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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2f>. 101R LADIES SPECIAL FINE PURE WOOL BLANKETS Mmlc in full double bed �l�c, soft, fleeoy finl*h. TVe hought. these more than ;i year ago. We hnve- many others but this one is worth looking at. Only, pair............$9.00 SPECIAL 100 PAIRS OF LADIES' PURE LISLE HOSE Not nil sizes, but a. big assortment of site !>. T|-.e:=e are sampb's anil odd '"ivses of many line> ihnt are almost sold out. V-jlues from "cV to t>'*C. For, pair 30c SPECIAL LADIES' COTTON VESTS M.i'i-- w.;h hich nek ar.d long sleeve. Just the wricht for early full wear. It docs seem Ilka givini: them away but wo bought them rlgli!. Regular Sue. This Week End Only, 35c; 3 for $1 WINTER COATS Exclasive Styles Correct Fabrics Moderate Prices It certainly paid us to make our selection of cloths for our fall and winter coats early. In some cases the styles were not decided on but now many of these cloths are not to be had at any price, and it will pay you to make your selection now. The styles are exclusive and correct. There are many little touches to our coats that make them different, in fact, they are the finest work of the leading tailors. No matter what you want to pay wc have a coat at your price from the plain styles to the most exclusive novelty style. You will note the variety of styles in pockets and cuffs. A selection of fabrics and colors that are right. New convertible collars of fancy crushed plush or self materials; also highest quality of fur that fit and make an attractive appearance. 1/ BLACK PLUSH It hick Hush Civ.!, made from I.i-stt'r's Knglish plush which is now unprocurable. A very pretty stylo with gathered back and wide girdle. Largo full sized collar of A!:t-ii;;i sable which rolls up close to face, sit ................. 85.00 BROWN VELOUR COAT \notlf r very attractive and uncommon .stylo �.vii veiour -vitli n now style b-dt. trimmed with larit" hone buttons, slash pockets. Large full i o' and moderately pried, at ................................ 45.00 PLAIN GREY TWEED COAT This Is oris of tho finest values we have ever offered. A heavy Kngllsh tweod In dark grey shade, made with largo collnr which protects tho fare during cold weather. Half lined |Q /|�| unit only ............................ l�f�UU TWEED COATS Made from best, quality of imported English tweed. All Rood fitting styles. Heltcd back, collar of crushed plush and trimmed with fancy button* At a moderate qo prleo ................................ �3��DU TWEED COAT GREY VELOUR A serviceable style made of i half line 1 with growl quality of tit and cult's of crushed plush and pafh pockets, nt ................ mp.irted i:iu:. Tin l.irg tweed, collnr 32.50 PLUSH COAT VELOUR COATS Tito flu1?! v.Iik we could pr"> lire in black phish a' a popular made with set in ..!., vc. wido belt and largo collar, irmmed with l..:-ce plush buttons, l.'-sior's iiuality plush, and only .................... NOVELTY COAT A rov.'lty coat of nutria shad-quality, made in high wais; line ' eri.ii back in a vvry smart new pockets and convertible collar, t lour in fif.'-J". '�(: and i,-arh-atyb-. mannish Skirts ladles' Separate Skirts -in serge and tweeds, plain and fancy striped silks. All new fall style?. A separata skirt today is absolutely necessary. Come aud see for yourself, the Tallies we are showing. Priced up from......... $5.75 CLOTH COATS A grey velour coat, made in n very attractive" stylo �with novelty side pnnols, high convertible collar and full skirt, collar mid pe.nols trimmed with Alaska sable fur, satin lined. At ........................ 70.00 Brown velour coat, made with new style pleated bark, wide belt trimmed with largo buttons, collar and trimming of black plush, very pleasing style, at ............. 47.50 A line that we are more than proud o'. They come in green, brown or raspberry shades. Made In pretty styles with new side panels. A panel baok trimmed with buttons, also largo wide belt........................ 45.00 SPECIAL LADIES' FLEECE LINED VESTS The l�st of a tost soiling linn that wa will clean dp this week end. Tho val�e� are worth canity S6u each. Week End Special........60c SPECIAL BUNGALOW APRONS no only, lad left' lhinjralo-w Apron* tn goo* style and mttd� from best quality r�t ImportaWl percale. The bo apron* am worth nt Inait 11.71. Week End Special.......$1.50 SPECIAL 124 FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Thh largest sl�e and the bwst quality. Soft, fine fish. All rendy for use. Tlio wholiwal* price today Is $3.75 pair. Rylands' Week End Special, $4.00 THE CORKER Sweaters Ladies' Klne Wool Sweaters In plain colors with (amy r-trlpis and color combinations to match i>n collar and cuffs, fine silk sweaters in plain siylo or blazer stripes. A complete rangf und moderately priced, Up from............$9.75 |Street Railway Employees Ask Increare-May Put Cars in Barn? Demands of the street railway employees presented to the city council this morning by a delegation o? three of the men for n minimum wage of 50 cents per hour, a nine hour day and six working days a week. Mr. Gardner was the spokesman for tho delegation, and he declared that the men had given explicit order* that, no compro-mUe offer watt to be entertained. In case the council cannot grant the demands of tho men. they will not go on strike but will apply to the eot-ernnient for a board of .conciliation un- der the Industrial Disputes Act. ^as required by a recent government war ruling affecting wage trouhlcs. The appearance cf the street railway men before the council ha" not b*en unexpected ns It has been known for a long time that they were dissatisfied, but the extent of thstr demands tu rather a surprise. At the present time the aen are working for 42^ cents an hour, a nine hour day n.rul seTen days a week. They declare it la unfair that they should lie asked to work seren days a week In order to AUCTION SALES Tomorrow, FRIDAY AT 10.30 A.M. ON THE PREMISES, 1213 FIFTH AVE. A .S. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, A6 ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects Including: Very fine PIANOFORTE tn mahogany case by Doherty; handsome lounge upholstered in atriped denim; mahogany and oak rockers; grass chair; occasional table; fine oak buffet; cabinet Singor sew lug machine, just now kitchen cabinet; # white enamolled bad, tubular pillars completo with springs and mattress; oslc dressers; handsome mahogany chiffonier; oak. chiffonier; usaasho lounge; brass trimmed bod complete rndth OBTERMOOR MATTREBSj dresser with oval mirror; wardrobe; quantity carpettlng and carpet squares; ENGLISH HOT OUN; blankets and quilts; curtains; pictures; books; silver Items; glassware; CARPENTER'* TOOLS; 100 feot hoso; lawn mower; wringer; washing machine; post bole digger; wheelbarrow; garbage can, etc. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-463 A PROMPT ATTENDANCE AT 10.30 WILL EE APPRECIATED THURSDAY NEXT, OCT. 3rd THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE WINNIFRED HOTEL, WINNIFRED, ALBERTA Including two Brunswlnk-Batko Pool Tables; cash resistor; office safe; 3i� h.p. gas engine; dressers; te!t inailrussus; b;:ds and springs; blankets; bed linen; comforters. _ AN IMPORTANT SALE-WATCH FOR AO. 6SHBE earn enough money on which to !!;�. i Ti'.e wases asked would amount ; � ' practically the same as they ar^ now receiving but they would have on� j day a wed: res? which they claim they ' must have. It i.s likely the dispute will go be- : 'ore a board of conciliation, for tin:; council declared it will be Impossible ; to meet the demands. Mayor llfrdie declared that the ratepayers have not the ability to pay a higher tax r.v.j than they are at present paying, that for the past five years only about per cent Is paid | during ISIS the council will cor.side-that the people arc doing very well. Catnmlsnloncr Freoman pointed out that the street railway wage In I.eth-brldga is almut as high es In other cities of tho west. Mr. Gardner chat- ' lenged thi:i statement. In Calgary the! men get 5u cents per hour. In Kdtnon- i ton they Kfct more than hero. In fact,) he Raid L HUe a man wlto had l!j l;ned end Iom." ti lie luolis in nie Jlkfi u ,,;,, W},, j,a,i .* I loved and uun.''-iMa. LOCAL FREIGHT BADLY 10 UP BY THE STRIKE Adoo award and amendments have been granted to the whole of the American railroads and also to most of the railroad brotherhoods In Canudii. �jo the public will see that wo tire not asking for anything that Is unreasonable but only what has been granted to the rest of tho railway brotherhoods cm tho Amorleun continent. "Thanking you on behalf of the committee for tho prominonco and space you wilt give this letter. "We beg to remain, yours, THR EXECUTIVE COMM1TTKK NO LEEWAY FOR So Negotiations Vet-Men Issue ! Statement Setting Out ; Their Case j Movement of '.f'l,. freiRht nt the' local (' I'.K. freiRht shede today is practically at a standstill. There is an embargo cm thnt class of freight, but spur traclt freight is being hand-] led as itMial. I This tie-up in ir.-.ffic in Lethbridgo ', is due to the .strike y. -terday noon of i the Urotberhoorl of Hallway t'lerks, ; Frelltht Hauliers and Station Km-pit,yei s 'vhicli nffi-cted about 40 men. ; Supt. MaeMinto-h, w)io returned last; night fr.-m i:al;.'ary ha-l no statement ] for th'- pnn-s this morning, but ad-! vised tliat In- ml:*ht tie able to issue I one Kimn time iluiin/ tlio afternoon. | Me:':i".:-.:" ve.r'o'i11 'nukesblfts are' biflnK mtide :irnong tlo- employees who are remniiihiR on duty and freight and baggage is being i:ept moving as wall as possible. Whether nejui'.iaM'ir. i will be opened between tin- local management "nil th^i striking men i* not known as neither side showed a disposition to get together H.lri morning. It Is reported from Calgary that there is danger of tiie mon of the Og-den sliu;�oing out in Hympathy. Position of the Men, Tho executive committee of thn striking unions have Issued thn following l"iter to the Herald setting forth their position; "In your ye.Kti-nbiy's Issue you stated that the above staffs would como out on strike in sympathy with tlio Calgary stiffa. Wo don't object to tills statement in the loast. only wn would like, the public tn Jrnow that tho above sta.:fs from Fort William to Vancouver helung in tho sumo organ!-.z:'.ticji, und that the rua.ion for this j litnke is tiie officials of tho rail-' road will not ircugul'.c: tho union and | that they will not i'.Ivii tho men any | giiai'tinti.'o n.' ___ 4 I rlr IVirNNIlNI I l"\ '* Setiu't. commituVon a charge Seidel was freed. In address- **<< Hon. Geo. V. Smith Makes Emphatic Statement Edmonton. Sept. 2C--The recent arrival of several settlements of Menno-nltes in this province has provoked considerable discussion as to whut concosHions should or should not be granted them. 1 The Hon. George. IV Smith, mlnis-. ter of education, has Klven out the fob i lowing very doflulto statement: j "So fur aH tho department of edit-j cation Is concerned, no special privilege of any kind will be extended to theso new settlers. Tlmy will be required to conduct and support public schools under the law of this province, to use our authorized text books, to imo only tho Kngllsh Ian gunge, to employ toachors with proper Alberta qualltlcatlonH aud to Btitlsfy tho regularly appointed school Inspectors In tho employ of the department.'' DISTURB A NCfS IN INDIA aimla. India. Sept. 46.-(I'anadlai Tress Dispatch from Router's).-Dur Ing the past few <1ays there hntro been somewhat serious disturbances in Cnl outlu, owing to Mobammedun lU-feel ing. There also have bean mlnot : troubles in Madras, owing lo the high food prices. Some looting and riot Ing has taken place in both cltios The police, with the Indian defense force, quelled the riots. Urcs were lost umong the leaders of tho rioting j All is now quiet. SIZE OF PAPERS ! Ottawa. Sept. 26.-R. A. Pringle, ft. I C, paper controller; Is today Issuing au invitation lo the publishers of Cnn- ( udu to attend a meeting lit, Ollawn i on Wednesday, Oct. 10, to consider the matter of the conservation of newsprint, including recommeuda't lolls which have bojn made by him cufttu-lated to red in .i tho consumption of paper during the war. The controller suggesth the udvtanblllty of limiting morning papers to one edition and evening nnwHpapnra to two dltlomi, also j the elimination of comic supplements .and the uhu of newsprint for posters, I t dodgers, etc. The advisability of for- j j bidding tho starting of new nowspap-' j era will also bn considered as also will j a aiiggosllon for tho standardization; i of news lo be allowed each publisher. The something you get for nothing is probably worth it but the poor tea you buy cheap Is a loss. Drink BLUB RIBBON and get value \ 7?2450 ;