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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WAGE TEN THE "EE?HBniDGE DA1L.Y HERALD A GENERAL SIRIi-lE F Calgary Strikers Arc Not Likely to Accept Terms of Settlement Proposed. Winnipeg. Oct. 18.-The action of the government In laying information against five strikers in Calgary w'dl precipitate a grner al strike of railwaymen throuflh out Canada, said R B. Russell. secret.-:ry.tre?surer of the machin- When your nerves are ad on edge and sleep seems out of the question take-fit bedtime-one or two 6KCHAf)'S Lutu) S�l� oi ur Medicin. in tl,. WmrM. Sold ncqubtn, l> beiu, 2St. ists, this morning. "The men who have been summoned are for the most part office-holders in the unions which are on strike and before Saturday mornlnp. when they are up for trial, a vigorous protest will be made by all rallwaymen in the Dominion." said Mr. Russell. Not Likely ta Accept Calgary. Oct. IS It is extremely unlikely thht iho Canadian I'acit'ii railway freight handlers now on strike will accept tin- terniP of tl\t> company, nauit'iy that 7f> per cent, of them be reinstated in 'nlgarr, although such a oonr.-e is strongly advised by Sen iitor Kohevtson in a wire to the Trade* ami Labor council here. The strike einmiMeo were in session all morn nig and it is understood thoy have replied to the senator. suggesting that (lie Canadian Pacific railway stretch a point and reinstate the whole of the men. without prejudice ami for rlio matter [o I  fully tone into by the railway adjustment board. Kveu ;' a sef;i>meiii be arrive,! a* in th" meantime, unless fie receives in.strm 'ions to 'he contrary from the department of justice, .lames Mulr. K I' . wit! Proceed with the information laid against tin five employees of th. Canadian l\ui'ic ratiw.n Ogden shop which has been >et for hearing at 10 o'clock tomorrow before 1'olice Mac istrate Davidson In his t"lograui Senator Kober tsoti s .iH's that 'h- concession that the Canadian i'a.ifh railway p;iv" made. ;a his opinion. :-. 'a silhs'au'ial off'"' of adjustment, winch shoubl receive f.votabb' consul, ration. ' and he advises immediate a. > eptatu*.* without prejudice, Th.- men. h.> states, who v-ere primal ily responsible for th" Tike i-ati h.iv. their referred '> l!'.'' railway ad ju-o inert hoard PAINS AND ACHES YIELD QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S LINIMENT Are you �,�*��"-.;:...-it>c. c f.;'iu> that i ? \ou ache, ittieit: i eiicve> the by setting up counter-irritant on the suruce, the tvui.i'.icM : acrve- �H soothed, lu'f.cncs- ilis.ippj-.irs. Sloan's l.tniinrat i- probably the cuntcr-irriusit most widely ttied t-� ,i-.crcorr.e painttil inrta-.imiatton in case* ot neuralgia, sore muscle-. joints, strains, bruise;, p^u* Kiiblnns is not require!. This clear, clean lipaal is easily applied as it doe-not stain the skin. Made in Canada (iencrous sue bottle- at your druggists. _ , London. Oct. IS.-Admiral KeyeV ; entry in Ostetul yestfdny was made i in the course of operations destined i to i. Icar up the military situation ho. ' tween N'ieliport mill Ostetul. which . was ohscure. the adinitaltv announc ! cil toda>. The naval force withdrew ; when lb" Herman*, who were not i clear of the- town, bef.nn sholliiiK the I warstiips The withdrawn! �a. for the purjiose of savtiiK the .livivs of civilians and also avoidittR further homhardmert of tlo town by the (iermans, ns t;.>r-llllltl shell* were fiiUim; excited inhibitants Tlo- tseinli led. "I proc-Ttled Into the harbor m a whaler and landed about 11.;: n ore -h-'1 f.iUinr iti the town, where tlo y wi.ubl "ti I.n:>:�: FHIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 101R Street Railway System Will Be Tied Up Tomorrow If Strike Not Settled. i d- fo led tO I firltis- The World's \j^^f Lirkimeni 1 Pel Specials For Saturday MEN'S SUITS Dark C.rey Chei kid Hard Finished. Twe.,j well tailor- aa j�A id n-biittna sack............................... UOtOU Plan. Grey and I'ue-il-, 2g QQ D^rk I'.u.'.mi stiripcil Twc. d. fwni fKtiilg 2g Navy nine Soree. tast i oUc QC A A Special ....................................---- J0�UU BOYS'CLOTHING I'' Heavy f.rey 'leveed Notfolk rfui: . At.................................. Gri y Sttipnl Tnci.d Suit, with belted coat. At ..... . ...... Tweed .Nor'olk Suit. ko.1(j wiikIk. At ................ Haul Kinished Mixed Hnmn Tv.e.l Suir. |Q qq Large Stock of Boys' and Youths' Overcoats to Choose From. J. F. Thaell GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND CLOTHING 315 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. PHONE 1817 6.50 7.50 8.50 the lives of civilian-v.'i'l.dra \ ti;. naval f' nive th" enemy hh c\. toward ill" to�n "I. therefore, t � i tv.i ir't  .', an I -h" (l.-stroyers withdrew b, ir.i; h.icily shelled to the ea-o- Mlildlekii k" Four launch"* were oft ,�t o-tejpl a-:,ti inshore p.i'.rid. the utu.ihiiaii: ; be ir.C tiervntis o* !h" i;;ati~ r- 'urtiitiK. I 'The Kin*; and e i nr the air In view of tin itiffuult> id laudiiu atid t'..e mi; -rtaitity of the sitiu'iou. th-y proce.-.led in t!i" d"stroy"r Tei maitant. flylni; the Iti-lcian, it th" ir.a�t to the v|. .nity uf o; nil1 Society's gold no dal. and has I" . ti four times wounded. Nine of hi I rothet - have been killed in action, n. veil In th" present strucito! ] an I two in South Africa lie wilhi the t.r->t Impi rial troops to land In j France anil w.h also with the first ' !,.n.ling party in the n.ird.tnellei. IV. >. . barged from the Imperial army in r-hruiry. In >�> itirneil to Canada ami \ ol tnteereii last month to proceed to lip- -i w theatre of war In Siberia. 'Ihe action fop which !: 'Ahh'h i lias been doing a tliiivins Inisim-.-s, selling boo�e to the Canadian bootleg-iger has been raided and arrests made, j�ays an article putdlshed in Havre FIjindealer of last week This place was comprised mostly of tents, cue of them larger than the rest, with the interior, so it is said, tilted-out wiih a bar and rlanie hall Mere it was that each evening a number uf nun and ".omen would congregate, joitrtp-yiiig there by auto from nearby tuwns, daiii.e, drmk and make merry. Located a few feet from a "dry" Canadian pn>-villce. it is iiinlei aluoil the. owners of this little ririiis made thousands ot dollar* supplying Ihiunr for Canadians. Af. it is told by the I'lailnlea-lei- follows: "Thursday afternoon, A-sintain State's Attorney Oeiietal fJrorud with I'nder Sheriff Roberts and Deputy ; Sheriff Syverud wade a raid on the I Border Liquor Store near the Cuna-Jdian border, up Wild Horse way. As i a result Joe LeSeuer. Kva Holton and ! II. M. Wilbur have been ai rested I charged with selling, bartering or delivering liquor, in Violation of Unlaw" i IK I r ;. Wjiii the ' -- Hey.,!-.,! -S.-nsa-e rivt i front of th�- i practical'.v ->. days Tin- , iltl" 1- iptie! very ai tiv.-continually w troiu .teres- � r.iglit shell',| are busy .m. would prefixing the pr-s from the -o'i soillhweit -:i the jcoith !�a and th'T.ce .-tact a uh th- Scw^ay, Cat'oulian I i-i"spiinil'-nt i. 'ati.idiati Forces. Oi : cliug patrol-, :!,iru-" .i Aubigny aultac. i.itiadlail corps has a'i. during the past II liie the been two " , not mean that the on the contrary, it i.-The enemy hatasi-ii. rs !' '.i machit'" ^un fin-." watery waste atid la: t u, heavily. His snipers I altogether our men "t-iting forward to hold-ni line which extend" invest of Ooiial. on the  of Canal tie Lasiie-,. to nk of the Sensee river i-i, where we have cou-Urilish troops SWEET GRASS WORRIED. (Swe. : ilras.s Advocate ) Otii- i.t .lings now puzzling :!;; ii, place, is whether tin v ate liiing m dontana. or have they .vnliout t;;.-i,- -iiowledge been suddenly tin.veil to Alberta. Here i- in,,, ii all came about: On coii-olidatioii of the (!.N. and C. I'll. .-tat.mis last week, the board with the v.uid ("otitis painted on it, was remove i tiutu th" Canadian depot and to,., led at the north end i,( ihe Aiii.-ian depol- PURE FOOD MARKET SATURDAY SPEC mmK^mmKmmtmmmmmmmammmmammmmmammmmmmmmKmBaaam We will again have Special Weekend Prices on POULTRY, BEEF and BUTTER We were sorry lo disappoint so many of our customers last Saturday in not being able to get any of our special butter, as we went all sold out early in the forenoon. However, we have made spcial arrangements for tomorrow, and will offer the same grade of butter at lbs. for 95c A mac '.,.i-local 'iui-' j i>y IiuniiMi'.;!. about to qui-drink, .haiy..-usg Comi . i.v proper autiiui Ac ordiug (Jreat .Norfln- arrented in one lit the arlors Wednesday night ! on officers as ho was [ mil his thirst with a1 i by his raptor* of bav-j ilimit permission oi the oles J o the lettering on tito ii Station this man did � Our Special Prices on Meat Cuts will be shown in our window, where customers will see just what they are buying and what they are paying. not leave ('out's, and wan not in Sweet * ft'} \ NEW DUTCH MINISTER ! The lUgue. Oft. IK. .1. T. Cieimer, former minister of the Colonies, has been appointed Dutch minister to I Washington ,i Waa officially announced today. The Same Applies to Poultry Plain figures will tell the tale. Our deliveries are prompt. You are protected by the PURE FOOD LAWS OF CANADA when you buy at any of our markets. P. BURNS & CO. Limited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH 8TREET N. PHONE 431 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7953 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7952 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6TH 3T. 8. PHONE 1654 Canada Food Board Retail Licrnse No. 9-7954 ;