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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'Ylday, November Sttt, TTTE LETTTBRrfeGE DAILY HERALD CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block A Host of Exceptional Values for Saturday's Fortunate Shoppers Merchandise is all seasonaljlo and of far superior quality to the ubual every taken from o nr re.inilar stock a g sup- erior style and- high and priced regardless ol cu-sl 01 Aalupto oi- led; a decisive clearance in the various" lots featured. your home duties so that you can be here lor the savings' ease are too good to miss. Half Price for Tailored Waists Third Off Children's Bearskin Cdats REGULAR to spoiled, hut all good styles, shown in every wanted. including and ..cotton Uedfords', in plain shirt and neatly tucked styles. Wonderfully cheap at Saturday's clearing price. Half Price Heavy Flannelette 12 l-2c 18C VALUE White and medium colored stripes, very wide and extra heavy weight. White Dimity 12 l-2c 18c VALUE JCheckB and stripes In nice line quality, suit- able for children's dresses. REGULAR to VALUES selling out nil children's garments on ac- count o! lack of space to properly show 'them and this saving of one-third on coats for Saturday is the way we intend to dispose of this stock in the short- est possible time, 1-3 Off Millinery Sale at Half Value, 35.00 WORTH UP TO 110.00 A collection of very attractive styles in- cluding a very mudh better grade and larger range of models than ever before shown al such a low price. Heavy Wrapperette 17 1-2C WORTH UP TO 35c. '-A. lovely range of the various rich colors in heavy weight cloth for klmonaa, hath robes, etc i Jap Taffeta Silk 35c REGULlAR'BOd. VALUES 27 inches black, and all colors. Just the Christmas fancy Big Savings; ini JReady-to-Wear Garments coats'and dresses in this season's newest., styles, reduced for a Saturday clearance. Stocks, here offer, "the biggest assortments within your for. tomorrow the biggest savings, Suit Sale 1 S.OO C6at Sale Dress Sale 15.OO WORTH UPV'TO WORTH UP TO WORTH UP TO aiid tweeds in the best and" newest Heavy-blanket cloths and chinchillaa, all Fine serge ind Panaima in all colors stylUs of riew' styles'. very attuctlva FlanneleUe Gowns i REGULAR S1.35 VALUE Exlni heavyweight; well 'phik Lonljv- Pretty Kimonas f 'WORTH'UP TO S3.00 F'" Heavy, rvoiours -and crepe in very neat Styles. .Overall Aprons 75c REGULAR VALUE -Ginghams and .prints in medium and dark colors, all guaranteed, to washi'splen- '-'did-to wear and well designed and particul- arly, neat fitting, Roman Satin REGULAR SpJcndl'dly made narrow; black onl> Wide f REGUITAR VALUE A complete range bf-scolors just to hand, Coiii1 Jiicheb fine puie silk A Special Purchase of Hpsiery and Unclerwear Iiidiuliiig 35c, 40c, and 45c _._ 'i'lio- opportunity of the season to. supply your early needy from a splendid belcodoii .tt'itiotli i- fite cost. .H'p'siery includes plain and ribbed cashmeres as well as heavy nbbed lioso in all 'sizes and underwear of and drawers to match in. and natuial special nt the price. TWO SHORT IN THE VOTE By Narow Margin Freight- ers Strike Was Averted'; at Lethbndge' Although the locnl freight handlers and olflcfc force, voted two to one last night to, actual count he- Ing. 1C -to'sirike anil eight against, tiie''majority two too. small to jail out. 'Heforc the vote on a 'Stnlte decision was taken the men tliat it. would 'take a oi- 'the 'men out this morning. Theiinch ail .hack at their places this morning including the car check- ers who'had since Monday. Agent Nick- grunted the freight handlers ail ijn'crcAse of- 21- per cent, while the including the car checkers, are'rccciving'SIO per month more. Organizer Sainshury stated thi: morning 'thatrlhe union would con tinue to fight for recognition. Loc- ally and m other -places the men have received increases, simply because of tlic stride.brought on by the union. They" would' soon.learn, i that' "the1 'necessary1 i[ they are ,lo get-their: the company, >and- he. believed 'that, while j this, strike has: iiot keen a great suc- cess- so far, it would he responsible I in- end-for- placing the brotherhood sound, .financial basis, which force recognition from the com- pany. At1'Nelson, Cranhrook, Ferine and Macleod. lhe situation is .unchanged. All'the nicn arc out and only a "few; -strike-breakers have been.- brought. iiii tp relievo'the situation. Very little MR. BOURASSA SCORES_JINGOES OBJECTS TO CONTEMPLATED CONTRIBUTION TO IMPER. IAL EXCHEQUER AS FALSE SENTIMENT Montreal, Nov. a crowd .which tilled the- cipacity of the As soiiibh Hall of JAIcGltl Dillon i Honrl liouriBsaj this .ejenlnjr Jolntd his yojcc on tho n-ttal, question and fended his' opftositioll taufcrds contempl ited contribution to the Im IKrial authorities. Tha occasion" was' the Canadian cluli of nhioh nothing had so far been heard this.''.season.- aiid tho spealer pleaded his Jearcrs for the doveloiiiuent' pt 'jrea'tir' spirit of CUuadmn unity. Ml IIu11. recontljf sold troiglit iis'inovins- between the t Crow points, and Mr. Sainshury dc- farn] antl ]s to ft clari's tliat the men will remain out unti) accomplished their striking. VISITS r FEDJAL LEADER is prTAwXH'oN BUSINESS CONNECTED WITH COAST New York, Nov. President aliproval of tho Panama canal 'bill and a resolution introduced in 'the of eoininoa'c hy Lewis Nix- on, that thi! .action of the president he endorsed hy thn chamber brought on a considerable discussion ycstcr- THE BABIES CRY: CEASE" wHispERiNGr: Ottawa i-i-Sil EjchUlvl uAIc tidejiiPremiorf A il and r 11 Cunningham tfhicf of Fisheries, ar- rived in Ottawa this morning, to hold the'annual conference with the com- missioners in regard to matters which, have been for some time past under consideration. Premlor and "Attorney-Genera! Bowser had a tWo-hour' interview with Pre- mier Harden'in the morning', at which llo-n. Martin Burrell was pre- sent. In'tlie afternoon, Sir Richard saw -Mr. Bordon- again, while Mr. Bow- ser saw Hon. J. D. Ilazen, aiinister cf.-Afarinb nridv Fisberies.' JlcJatyre and were also busy with tbb .cfficlals of-the depart ment llfirijia niK'l Fisheries.; Sir Hichard and Mr. -were the guests-of Premier Burden at lun i bdccLsitof rarmm. and a prominent director, this Tub- er Vgncultunl The Tib or ol Mr Tathei; il b n die niin passed iway rather on evening but -the end vis not unexpected as Mi Iccn in vcrv nuliftercnt hefilfeh tor a siderable time Tor the past years he had been residing with son here. con his ERNEST KNOWLES WAS FEELING MAD! DEFUSED FREE DRINK 'HE WENT OUT., AND SMASHED' HOTEL Cranbroolc, U.C., Nov.' ilUrnest Knowlpa, au Australian, could not obtun a Iree i[ (he Royal Hotel lie nalkcl outside, and broke twov plate "glssi windows, ;nt JlOO.OO.Mn rev- enge. For this offence he was brought before Judge Ryan today and months -hard was sentenced labor. The magistTiilc -In- sentencing him toUriiini he regretted he could not In- flict a more Revere-punishment for such a wanton act, just because he wns refused a fi'cfi drlulr. P-arhaps this sentence will be a lesson to liln: for tha future. Use Baby's Own Soap. It's "Best for Baby Best for )n (lie .snhjctrl said lie diil iml, liclicve (here any present who tffd ;iut sub-sciiln; -lo' Absolutely piife vegetable oils made fragrant by flower extracts, which help the Baby's Own Soap the best for toilet and nursery use. Its creamy lather delights all. 'IS DIFFERENT'S j OUR-MONEY BACK CUARANTtE IN EVERY SACK ROBIN HOOD MILLS LTD. MOOSL JAW CALGARY ;