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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 TUT: LKTHIHCTDOI? DAILY HKRALD Wednesday, November CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The LADIES'STOKE Acadia Blk. IfeThree Full Days Thursday, Friday and Saturday In Every Department of the Store. A Harvest of Good Values in this Week-End Event. To prune down stocks as ffii' us possible before the season is too far fldvnnml as well as to reach the high water mark for November bus- iness compared to all previous years, has been our desire in preparing such remarkable values as (these and though it may mean a loss to us it's the best of fortune for every woman within reach oi this store for all merchandise offered is seasonable and right up to the standard of all o-oocls sold here. 20 per cent Off ALL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS ALL TRIMMINGS AND ALL-OVERS ALL COTTONS AND SHEETINGS. ALL TOWELS AND TOWELING. ALL LINENS AND, DAMASKS ALL FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES ALL SATEENS AND DRAPERIES. ALL TOWELS AND TOWELLING. ALL SHIRTINGS AND WASH GOODS. 20 per cent Off ALL HOSIERY AND GLOVES ALL CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR. ALL WHITEWEAR AND WAISTS. ALL SHAWLS AND SCARFS. ALL WOOL JACKETS AND LEGGINGS ALL TOQUES AND CAPS. ALL FLANNELETTE WEAR. ALL SKIRTS AND UNDERSKIRTS ALL KIMONAS AND SACQUES. And in addition to the above lines Scores of specially priced lines in every department of the store tit a quarter to a halt' of the regular selling value Waist Sale Half Price Slightly soiled lines in linens, lawns and vest- ings, worth up' to 55.00. Christmas Handkerchiefs 25c Lovely, tlno dainty goods in pure linen with hand embroidery work in corner. Bearskin Coats 1-3 Off Suitable for children from two to five years of a few left. Christmas Aprons 25c to A lovelv collection of maid's short.aprons R-ork aprons, with dainty trimming of lace ribbon. and and Final Clearance Prices Throughout the Entire Stock of Millinery and Ready-to-wear SUIT SALE Worth up to COAT SALE Worth up to DRESS SALE Worth up to -827.50 Other lines reduced similar to above prices. Every Hat in the Store Going at a Bargain The entire stock grouped into three lots and marked at a. price which would not represent first cost of the materials used. LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 2 Alt lines worth up to All lines worth up to All lines worth up to LOT N'O. 3 O Very Little Criticism of 1912 Council-Mayor Dobbie to Run Again (Special to the 1'incher Creek, nuai ineetin] .Nov. The an- YEAR FINANCIALLY quired a heavier assessment vhau for last year. the ex'lH'iidituve wus justified by the advance work rub- He school leaving ami I Ugh school which was being done. Considt'nilU: discussion arose over thr advisability of teaching High school work in n town where "Umber of pupils tak- ing the I'our.sti was so -small, but Mr. Itoss had his figures to show that the cost to the individual ratepaye ii ilium L-iecKi -MM 11isi in mi; mint imuu iuuf ua ml meeting of the ratepayers of the negligible wliile the advantage to the )wn was held in the opera house last- community was ini'stiinaiile. i lUMii IKMU in ui'utt I night ami ilrew a much larger number I of citizens than has atU-nded in for- secretary of the Separate, school was asked for his report but iner years. stated that it was not ready lint As in oilier towns the inlroduclion would print oil and circulated in of Single Tax'wHh its attendant dH- time for examination before with the expectation of entirely do- ing away with the tax on improve- ments hi the course ot a tew years. This method not only worked toward the idea! tax system with the least possible trouble' for the town, but 'met with approval of the entire community anil marfci'd a propTSsive- nes-s in the council not found in man in the field for the mayor's chair tor another term. Mr. Kettles remarked that- lie had served Tor four years as chairman oi the Works committee-, during which time he hail spared nei- ther time nor trouble to improve the town ami asked to he re-elected to curry through the works commenced. .Mr. F. Foister announced himself cided to take advantage of the clause in the Towns Act enabling them to levy a license on all business places within the municipality. After ience. General satisfaction is expressed on all sides at the outcome oi the meet- ing. Many citizens, not. closely in touch with the workings of the couu- of the council was not, creditable, but present year. 'to their surprise they learned that j In view of the difficulty and litijra- financially, we v.eic in an enviable tion experienced by other towns ,n position that few towns in the west, working under this new act, the ex- coukl ot despite the fact thai neetDtion of' hearing considerable de- our jocatjoi hate on this rjurstion brought out a ._ _______ entails expenditures not required by most others, and they .hate on this rjurstion brought out a by most others, and they 'record audience last night, and whils further found that thu're was little if there was, of course, pome criticism anv cause for adverse criticism Of the on the action oi the toWn in levying work. ral feelin of the -Several names Imvc been mentioned as candidates for the vacancies iu the ilic license, the general feeling of the meeting was that in this as in other ____....................._______ ......_ matters the council had handled the C0uncil, but so far, we tclleve, situation well and earned the approv- Williamson is the only new man al of every fair-minded citizen. u-h0 ]ms definitely decided" to run. Town Shape When the meeting was called to or-I der by Mayor Dohbie, the councillors and auditor were asked to take seats on the platform and the first busi- ness was the reading of the auditor's report. This showed the town to ke in splendid shape, financially the statement of assets an'd liabilities placing the liabilities of the town at slightly over with visable as- sets of despite the fact that large expenditures have been neces- sary on grading the streets and re- pairing the creek hav- ing been spent on the latter work alone. The statement of the electric light department showed the plant bein- expended in improvements, piac- OUB MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IN EVERY SACK CLARESHOLM PEOPLE HEAR AN NUAL REPORT WANT HOLMES AGAIN RAILWAY COMMISSION'S HEAVY YEAR'S WORK Ottawa. Nov. extent of the work of the Railway Commission is in- dicated in the annual report just made to the government. Applications to i HU utiMAuu KIHUM, the Board numbered complaints about 10UO acres of deeded land andj7S7, and orders made IflUO acres of leased land, has liecni During the year li.158 accidents on purchased by H- P. Kingscotc, who railways were reported, of them Richard Hrown and was a youns lady of 17, much beloved. The .cause ot deatii was chest trouble and she had vainly sought health in a southern country. The funeral on Saturday was largely attende.l. The Dawsou ranch, consisting Claresholm, Nov. 2G.-11ie i bring up ;i large herd of cat tie. Dr. Learn, who has sold bis prac- an t- Ucc' is to auction off his stuff the ing the entire svstcm in splendid re pair where little expenditure wll. be retired in the near tuture except ior extensions of the line. At the conclusion oi the report sev- 1 eral questions were asked about the 1 d.toent hcanls of depart- r. is to made on ,he St. sllape. Lawrence during the next few that, thr hurninir Tliu federal government will inst.l- tef svstem wS tntc a regular fortnightly service with ivorkiiiEr of the plant, and Chair- seem man Allison went into the matter in r-. .a detail, explaining various expemli- ltlc lures and showing that by retaining question, i the old engine, which was considered too small for the plant two years 1 ago, we practically had a double plant and as an instance of this ad- vantage, pointed out that on the prc casc Thc immo a to I the case. 11, e oi t a the eater government ice breakers helvvoe ,fe R These will eall at intermediato c nu s. Sevm ,onUlc contrary, ISland.S. It is also understood dearer the water the greater Is. 1-1. Cleric-, promoter of the which is en-' tec ami North Railway, who expects a iemvmncc lo have a ]ine m- nine carry- point of view. Tile electric liiiht svs- inB grain lietu-cen I'ort Xelson ami were fatal. I always use .WINDSOR Table Salt, YOU can't reasonably expect to make fla flaky pie-cnisl, if tlic salt you UEC is lumpy anil hitter. I'iiiy, will lie encouraged to these 'bears on the St. Law- rence during the months when naviga- tion is impossible tn Hudson's Bay. mm 111 1 William JIason, of Bon Ac- jtord, explained details in the much- I discussed Rural Municipalities Act. en i acted by the Legislature in its lust session, and announced that fifty-five rural municipalities have been formed Edmonton, Nov. the- animal within the year. The delegates al- convcnlton of the delegates of tho lo- j unanimously rejected a motion cal improvement districts to ttnpoao a tax of 20 per cent, on the here this morning, the report of the increment the assessment value OUND OF GOOD COFFEE IS NOT ore economical th PACKED IN ONE ANC TWO POUND CANS ONLY CHASE a SAN BORN MONTREAL of any piece of land on being trans- ferred after sale. Hon. Charles Stewart, Minister of Municipalities, is attending. guests include George Thompson, re- iresenting the Saskatchewan union of ural municipalities, and Gerald Wade, representing the Manitoba union. Blmonton, Nov. heartiest urial wish general discussion followed "ated that it was hoped to get dam- on the work oi the town in which contractor. Messrs. T. H. Scott, A. Fraser, H. Tucker and K- G. Ambrose took part airing with tlic councillors. Mr. W. A. Koss, secretary o! tlic Public School Hoard, was called on It the citizens that Mayor Holmes should have a further tern: of ofl.ce and it is to he hoped that he will consent to' return because lie is the right man in the right place and un- school was of a very high order and the Whooping Cough SPASMODIC CROuT ASTHMA COUGHS EROKCIimS CATARRH COLDS the educational advantages of commendation of the muni toiv" nluc" Uia" Act. which with re- resolutions passed at the two prev- ions conventions, was heard at the'------------------------------------------------- fourth annual conference of the Al- berta Local Improvement Districts' association, which opened In the Me- chanics Hall, in this city today. Mr. Mason, president, cccurde-J the chair, and among those taking part in the proceedings were the Hon. Charles Stewart. Minister of .Munici- palities; John Perrie, Deputy-Minis- ter; Mayor G. S. Armstrong, H. Green- field. Bdson, vice-president; James McNicoll, secretary, and the members of the Board of Directors: F. L. Moro- heuse, Calgary; W. J. Trcslllus, Cal- rsiry; G. K. Vevlngton. Spruce Grove: H. C. Roper, Bitter D. A. Ken- nedy, yoBrcvlllo; II. Wrighl, Mac. leort; W. P. Code, KIM! Deer. The thiilkth of the j'JnniiiK of conimorfiinl Incandosci-nL electric lliihUnp was olisc-rvcd in New York in 1B7s> A stmrle, and treatment for I chill trouhlcs, avoldinC Vaporised Cres( otops tin: of wlworfnflCooBhand Ml: It is n BOON tisuifi tieirct Aitnm.l, uvfry hreaih, m.ikci hrMthlntt v restful tiiShln. Jl Is liiv 1'Ounif ChilUrcc. Ssiiisl post ALL Whether there will he. an election Tor (he. Vacancy the council is not. .mil Price fall to ixtirc at this time, but it is hoped that the former at any rate will lioltl on because tlicy are so cnnversant with the wat.'r light systems. Price may staii-1 again also. Congress Tail's An .institute meeting oi the Agri- cultural society was held on Satur- day and was well attended. Mr. X.; at LetWidco at the Dry-Farming C'oueress, and other speakers spoke shortly. The fine open weather is aiding threshing. Cars are still slow in com- j ing forward and collections will he spread throughout the winter. I i On Thursday, Hi'C. "'th, a iciit of tin KoolliRlils Drainnli1-' soci- :ety will perform "I'liHu's Will" al High Hivev and later on nieuil.ers of j the Knirlish rhiin-h will "Ici i On I'iirlc. Kriiiicnis" al a church con-. eerl Miss Mur Slii' was 11 FLOUR That is to say they cry for the urcad; cajicsi and pastry made with this delicious Hour. Tho pure naturfil (astc of knows v.-hcn a is ?oori. Thia flour builds up the hone, brawn and inubdc of your mcnna Health and hamilness to thoro. TRY A SACK TODAY and Elevator Co. _ MII.I.S AT LETHBR1DGE, RAYMONU AND MAGfiATH riel. llrow n died, last B ic of Mr. .tin! Mrs. ttBBBSXHQ ;