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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 5, IWil. THIS l.KTIflJKUJfiK' HERALD CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block GREAT VALUES WEDNESDAY For a Rousing Mid-Week Sale Splendid reductions throughout our en- tire stock of millinery nnd rciicly-to- wear, to- gether with Yimous'specially purchased lines of novelty goods particular! y suited to Christinas giving and p'ricod to the decided, advantage of women .fortunate in securing a 'slimy.' Great Sale of Newest Tailored Suits PURE LINEN HAND-EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Very fine dainty goods, ill an excoplloiiiilly !argo I Tile noivest ideas and ver; acceptable as Kills: oollecllon. all worth Final Clearance of All Millinery .The entire stock divided ijitp hvo spep.uil. Jots and priced regardless of or Viilnes, to move them out.quickly.. Lot ]Vo. 2................ifi2.75 All Hats Worth Up to Lot- No, All Hats Worth Up to SWISS AND HAND EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS 2 for 35e values worth up (o GOc. A lovely col- Icotjou from which to make selection. FINEST GRADES OF GUARANTEED KID GLOVES Always suitable and "acceptable as gifts and thoroughly dependable in every way. Guaranteed. A Coat Sale of Unusual Importance ,75 Values Worth up to Garments suitable in color and weight not only for present wear, but for Spring use as well, considering which the sale price is a remarkably untieing one. Tweeds in light and medium colors and plain cheviots and Keiaey In colors navy, black, brown and ereen; beautifully tailored; perfect-fitting; and finished iu tuo very best possible way. THF GRAIN MARKET: Winnipeg, lose oi' til was ecamber lay, old ay, new Oats eccmber ay oeomber Dec. and e Winnipeg wheat market as follows: Open Close 941i ..-98% 98% ilSii SS'-S 37% J1'i -10% un leg May 177 171. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Northern ______ 3414 No. i! Northern No. Northern 8-114 N.O. 4 .Northern No. 5 Northern No. (i Nor, born Feed No. 2 C.W December Minneapolis JOl'% 100% May July December May July 10714 Chicago 104% 10G 93% McGINLEY WON ON POINTS Peoria, 111., Doc. McQin- loy, the Moline heavyweight ho.ver, won from -Jack Ilerrick, of Cliicago, in a hard ten-round light hero tonight. AND WHITE COOKING WARE We have just received a large ship- ment of the finest brown and white cooking ware made. Our windows and store will be full of it Tuesday. The finest cooking can be done with this ware Oval Covered Casseroles Round Covered Casseroles Stewers Pitchers Bakers Bean Bakers- Pudding Dishes Covered Bean Pots Pie Plates And numerous other articles. Prices run from 10 to each The best value you ever saw STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. "If you live out of town, write us." XDITID Phon. 1214. Mrs. C. R. .Young will rcei Xhtirsdny afternoon, when Thompson (New York) will with hur. Mils Uic tiling lio j Tlic K. of liall was en [etc last evening, ami. Illy scene pn-KcnU-n' a very animated, one its bright lighlK and fern antl palm ilccoration, as bbatttltully gnwitoil women nwvud thitlr partnurs through the maz- es of (lie dance. Particularly pleasing dance music was rendered by orchestra, and it was thoroughly enjoyed by Tivarly one. hundred and twcnty-fivr. dancers. A'lunch of delectable 'goodies was served after the first, half of the pro- gram. The nficr supper extra was kindly played by Mrs. .1. II. Turiisy. II is impossible to describe all Ihe pretty gowns worn so 1 will menticn Yol eiich loves, Some do it with a bitter look, The coward does it-with a hiss, Ily each let this he heard Some with a Haltering word The. brave man with the sword Wilde. 9 Hostesses Mrs. 'L. II. Fowler. Mrs. II. Youiiji. Mrs. W. J. Miirrel-Wrigbt will not receive tomorrow. Vr... tm'v those worn by-the patronesses.! tuih. _; __. i Miss MacDonald, of Pclrolia, is .1 guest with .Mrs. CJ. C. Mac-j Donald. 'S a J. E. Murrel-Wrlghi i: short, time in Calgary. gown of hlac-K satin wiled m a net overdress. Mrs.. J.-.B. Tiirni'y longed very well i! foliie silk lace trimmings, coining luscan satin draped with (few- drop c'lifTon. Mrs. YUil hail donned a striking cos tump.' of plum velvet. Miss Tillcy left today, for Toronto, where she intends .to remain perma- ently. Mrs. C. McKillop was the hostess of a luncheon today in honor of nor house guest, Miss Car's well. Covers ivcrc laid for oighfc at the .attractive- ly arranged hoard. Mr. D. II. Kiton was removed-from the Gait Hospital to his home today. Mr. Elton will probably leave for California in about a week, in nrih'r to recuperate. Miss Nellie Richardson, of Leth- iridgc, who 1ms been spending Mie I last week in the city Mrs. A. t J. Croiiicy, First Avenue West, eft last evening for Edmonton, where she will .reside. Miss, Evelyn Burke who accompanied Miss' Richardson as j 'iir as Calgary remjiin in the1 city with her News- Telegram. Clubs and Societies Hudson's Bay Co. Our 8 days sale of Winter Coats is proving a great success. Now is your opportunity to secure a Winter Coat of the very best material well tailored and thoroughly up-to-date at a greatly reduced price. 25 PER CENT REDUCTION All lienthei.'-mixtures, the -new.revers- ible t.wccds, and plnids, pliiin face cloths', habit-cloth, in navy, black and green, are included in this great offer coat will coats reduced to A fine selection from .J6 to Ten Dollars LOO makes the first pay- 'nieut on a lot in mm Balance payable pet' month. Buy now. AND Terms 1-4 12 ino., or down .iiul per ino. Illinois-Alberta 'Realty Co. Hotel Blk. .Rev: W. W. Brydcn will take tin1, topic at the Christian Endeavor meet- ing of St. Andrew's church this even- ing. -The Junior Guild of St. Mary's church will meet on Thursriqy even- ing at seven o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Washbrook, Sixteenth St. WesleJ' Metho- dist- cfiurch arc requested to moot [his evening :it 8 o'clock. t Ladies' Aid of Knox church will meet- in the vcsiry on Thursday afternoon, when' Mrs.-'Lafffirty, Mrs. John Brodie and Mrs. Link serve afternoon tea-. Needle-Work cluh held u very .pleasant session" Kt the home "of Mrs., Thomas, St., yester- day afternoon. Thit last meeting be- fore Christmas will 'he held next Mon- day, at the, lionvc of Mrs. Hugh Brown, Glfl Thirteenth St., S. The fancy work and cooking sale i held Saturday, under the auspices! of St. Andrew's church, proved most successful. was sold out early, and much more could have been disposed of, as there was more de- mand than supply- The ladies extend thanks to all who contributed tn the success of the sale. A splendid meeting was held last nighb at Wesley Epworth League. Mr. F. C. Jennings talked Lo the young people on "Daniel, God's Clean Man" and in a very, able manner brought out many lessons from the life of this great man. very, helpful and inspiring Hints was spent. The Westminster Guild of Knox chinch held a- social evening last night, as a farewell courtesy lo Miss Tilluy, who left [or the east today. I An tixceptionally fine program was i L'emiereil as, follows Piano Bonne) I. Vocal Fred Rose. Vocal Robertson. Violin Maxwell. Birch. j Irving. A pleasing feature of Die evening was the, presentation lo Tilleyi of a ImiKlsoiiiK- leather writing port- folio. OUR CONFIDENCE JUSTIFIED We promiie to refund the coit of Blue Ribbon Jet if any buyer it not satisfied, a> we know how excellent it if. Such in offer could .not be t made If there WM Ihe sllghtett doubt about Blue-Ribbon'i nood quality. All we aik li that you buy a package and see for youraelf COUNCIL AND FLOOR TAXES By llioir rocommendnfioii to 'nilopt cjis in assessment toward the sin- gle tux method of taxation the coun- cil hay stirra! up a great, deal of dis- cussion iimotiK tho business of the city. They feel that it in too grcnt a to he t.nkcii all at once. An especial kick mis randc against the iiropnscd floor apace tax which Is hclluvud to ho imprncl' iiblo. With a view of protesting against floor space aieasrs. Cun- ningluun and Hick us representatives of the Business Men's Association, waited on the council today. A rminlcutlon hud been read from Secre- tary Cope at the jisaociitiion ing their stand in the matter. Another communication read from It.ho city solUrftor stntliig that nccordim; to Ihe city's charter would lie il- legal to Introduce tho Moor apace tax. However, liy spccln! by-laws to cover tho change it Would b-e pos- sible for the city to reEund part of jtlib tax on Blocks each year, j Mayor Adams explalnd that after ,careful consideration rthoy liad found tho floor space lax to be an imprac- ticable change. But as they fait the necessity of evolving a more equitable system of (taxation, had decided proceed with the present stock as a sort of business lax. Thirty-three and one-third of 'the taxes thus raised the first year would be refunded. The second year' 66 2-3 per cent, would be refunded and if possible in 1314 the business lax would be cut out alto- gether.. Continuing Mayor Adams sflid that they w-are not particular about fol lowing out 'the system of taxation laid down in other cities. They had so much money, to every, year to run the corporation. It is now aimplj a matter of evolving the best and moat.equitable method of raisins that money. Cunningham asked on behalf of ilie association that the 'public be kept informed through the press ol whatever steps be taken in .the mat tor. lie also took advantage of tlio op poriuntty to thank the mayor and council for the efficient administra- tion the board had given during the past, year, A copy of tiie amended fcy-huv on single tax will be sent the .associa- tion. The by-law dealing with partial ex- emption of taxation was given Ha i'lrst and second hut final reading WHS held over till next meet- ng. The motion passed at last mealing adopting report on floor spneo tax was rescinded. INDUSTRIAL SITES A BIG PROBLEM WEATHER KilmontiMi, fair................... -13 23 (taiga ry, fair 'W 211 cihhridgtt, cloudy t-fiiia, ditnr -10 S During the, day quili'. mild weather has prevailed over the prairie provinc- es, especially in Albert ft and Sas- katchewan. FORECAST: All West-Fair ami comparatively mild today- and on Wedncsdav. Ever siiice the, city.; council purchase, jd the industrial, site in ;'North Letli- bridge they have been; rat- a loai to know the beet method of disposing of them-to intending purcuaserB. arises from .tiie faot lold at 'cost, J50Q, an acre, chaser''could immediatelysell out a greatly advanced price when, the; property could be' put into use for something never the Thij city must be yro'tected but tho best way -to: do it baa not yet been found. The matter was brought up 'through communicaUoiiB from tho Western. Canada Agency find the Board ot Trade; former aaUlng what they would have m 'take to. secure a alle." They wish to secure a. site .for the purpose of erecting an oil warehonaej further removed- from' tho city's bnsin-asB centre. They ed -they were prepared to. build 11 large warehouse commencing In. Feb- ruary, 1012. The Board of Trade wished iai lo know exactly what terms they, could offer to possible industries. Aid. Bowman suggested that at expiration of a certain term say 10 years, when the civic authorities are fissured that the industry la bona fltle tho property could then deertv ed to the company. However, no acr tion waa taken, and the council open to receive any suggestions from business men for the handling of site. McGOORTIE SCORES KNOCKOUT Fon, Wis., Dec. McGoortie tonight knocked out .John. Mnwaiii in tlic sci'oini round, of jvas to n leii-t'ounil bout. MINES ALL WORKING Over 1000 men have, been taken on al the I'oal Creek minus since Uic settlement and coal is now coming down from llio mines in train loads. The ovens, will soon he baking coke at full capacity and the old-time. Ims- lle will be resumed in all lines o! work. For the Bride No gill it mort nart. RtnwmtKr thll is the origintl "Rogm." Il U 'Safer- Watt tlut Wtfri'' Made in thctaaviwtgride of plate, and rankl fmt in quality. ;