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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Oclolwr Page 8 CLARKE co. THE LADIESSTORE Phone453 Acadia Block _ Q A I F ON in Millinery and Ready-to-wear OrlLalJ Tuesday and Wednesday, October 8th and 9th Safe sJufc'oJs S the Newest and Most Desirable of the Season's Styles Kimonos, Underskirts and Millinery all of our previous Sales and from the exceptional _ _ __ t TCif 171 T I "WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FRJJ AND GUARANTEE 820.00 -S30.00 d Savings New Suits Suits on Sale Suits on Tuesday ednesday Suits on Sale Tuesday and .Wednesday Suits on Sale Wednesday .J22.00 Suits on Sale Tuesday and Wednesday M Suits on Sale Tuesday and Wednesday Stilts on Sale Tuesday and Wednesday on Sale Tuesday.and Suits on Sale Tuesday and Wednesday Worth-while 815 00 Coats on Sale SIS 00 Coats on Sale Coats on Sale 50 Coats on Sale 00 Coats on Sale Coats on Sale Coats on Sale S35 00 Coats on Sale 00 Coats on Sale reductions on new Tuesday and Wednesday Tuesday and Wednesday.. Tuesday and Wednesday Tuesday and Wednesday.. Tuesday and Wednesday. Tuesday and Wednesday Tuesday and Wednesday Tuesday and Wednesday Tuesday- ami Wednesday Coats These Dresses are: Reduced 635.00 Tues. 8.00 Every Hat in the Store On sale for the two full days at big mliH-tioiis TT'l LUl .00 Tuesday and Wednesday 8J3.50. Tucsd: Wedne sday 1 costs.. Tailored Skirts Very Cheap 650 Skirts, Tues. and We 7.00 8.00 shoo 1.75 Underskirts 2.50 3.50 4.00 5.00 1 IM01 MILLING MAN LOOKED FOR SITE IN MACLEOD A Minneapolis Man Has .Favorable Impression Rapid Growth Along All Lines Macleod, Oct. Macleocl was visit- ed yesterday by Mr. Vankouneti, repre sealing the .Minneapolis Milling Co., who are establishing in Western Can- ada, a number of mills at points JrtMcb. will, itt tie future, he large rail- way and milling centres, and is anx- ious to get a site in Macleod. He in- terviewed Mayor Stedman, who show- ,d Mm several sites, and discussed it uh the joint committee of the Board of Trade and the has sent a very favoraMe.rer.ort to nis company Minneapolis. The report that.the C. P. R. will en- their mileage of track in their present yards, and double the capacity of the round house is credited, as, on account of the building of their direct line west to Burmis, and double-track- in" from .Macleod to Fcrnre, Hying of from Kipp east, on the Suffield line to the river, which will during I receive the double track, in order i to carry the crop of grain and coal trom these various districts, thus gn-j ing more car service to the immense wheat fields east of Lethhridge. These with other links will, in a short time, make the short, straight line to Van-, couver ready tor the Panama Canal. That a large crowd will visit Mjic-1 ieod on "Wednesday, to welcome the j Duke, Is evident from the fact that I hotel' reservations are taken for the j week, and the entertainment will be a novel one in every way. No change will he made in any irart of the enter- tainment. While boring a well on the farm of Mr. Stcashan, six miles, northeast of Macleod, at the depth of feet, the men struck a flowing 'well, throwing a four-inch stream eighteen feet from the level ot-the ground. Th? pipe is four inches, and the waler still flow's as strong as when first struck. This is the second well of the kind in the district, and many contracts have been let by the farmers for boring, who in the past have been hauling wa- ter some distance. That crops of all kinds can be grown in'tlie Macleod district is evi- dent from a crop of potatoes grown by C. C.rrer, of the Early Rose variety, and yielding at the rate of. SO bushels per acre, for which he T.-DS offered (10 cents per bushel, or S4S.OO per acre. He has also 340 acres ft' oats. TO bush- els, per acre, which, after selling the grain, gives ample fodder for a few hundred sheep, which, Mr. Grier pay better than any other j stock. He is a farmer who believes 1 in doing everything well. He is -busy preparing an exhibit for the Dry-Farm- ing Congress, and has every' reason to believe n? 'will bring home some at the honors. Among the flax in the Mac- leod district. D. -Mendirne'u, perhaps, leads with a clean 120 acres, and is- suing from the machine twenty-three bushels per acre. He has contracted for the greater part lor seed for 1013. Commission form of government will have no opponents when it comes up for a vote in December, as every- one is satisfied that we need it, and are willing to pay the mayor a fair salary for all or part of his time; also i to pay the members of the council for every meeting they attend, as under he present system, it is very difficult 0 find the right men to give their ima for all these offices, and keep a growing town like Macleod up to date. Thursday, October '11, will no doubt >e Macleod Day at the Dry-Farming Congress, as that is the date many have set to visit the great exhibition, and thus be abte to make comparisons between their own district and others. The Hoy Scouts marched in a. Ijody lii the Church of England, where they listened to a very effective and earn- est address hy the Rev. G. B. Hall on "The Boys of Today are tJie Men of Tomorrow." AN ENTERPRISING SOUTHERN FIRM HAVE BIG GASOLINE TRUCK TO HAUL SUPPLIES TO THE SETTLERS INSPECTED' THEIR to their homestead Thursday. Rev. A...W. Swayne returned on Thursday after an absence oi JO days. Miss Anna Johnson spent part ot the week at the Fairbanks home. The rain put the threshing tack two days, hut it is lit to thresh again and all are at it. Mrs. Surritui will spend the winter in Ackerm.inn, Miss.. j Mrs. Leffingwcll's sister, Missknl- man, Ictt for her home in Minnoapo- lis this week. Mr. Fuller, manager of the First National Bank oi Plainview, visited at the home of S. J. LilHe. i MEN WITH LARGE INVESTMENTS MADE VISIT TO TO BUILD RINK CHY FOR ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR That is they r: delightful ilo- They tho lirfac! 'want. It i the bread, cake arid pie that is baited with tbls -n past experience how light, flaky and tasty baked with it. fiive the kiddies all they -l.hicst. and most pleashiR flour on the market. GET A SACK TODAY lisos 1 iiiling and Elevator Co. .Mll.i.S AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH Warner, Oct. 5.-L. T. Grady andj son Mark, arrived from Havre, on Monday with a new 3 ton gaso- i line truck" which they will use to con- vev "00.1s from Warner to their store on' Sec ie-3-1'2. They arc making daily trips with the' truck, carting He owns property; near anuij out lumber and supplies ior the nlcrtse.- wi i ie co 8 "to 10 'u-ilcs per hour with a 3 ton withstanding the report that this; load, which will cut the price oi COn..pany. was to be absorbed hy the! hiulimr iii h'llf and enable them to older companies here. make nearlv'as good a price to the, p. S. Leffiwcll's team threw him consumer out in llic lioroestead ilis- out or a wagon and ran awa> this i trict as can be had'in Warner which evening. No serious damage was, I will be a decided advantage over pie-, done. 1 vious conditions. J. 1'. Whitty, son-; John Uulman is busy plowing, nhilqi in law of Mr Grady, will put in a'other rigs are waiting for the gram- line oi hardware, which with the gen- to dry on so it will thresh. John era! store should he a. winner. Mr. says he will stop Plowing lung enough: Whittv and wile have been in Gleich-, to thresh his own, but after that it en for about a year. is the plow for his. It is really 1 (In Thursday .1 Wolaamott and'waste of time to put a 32 h -p. plov I alrh-clto take tip their abode cngme onto a separator that mu.cc in Warner. Mr. Wolgamott is inter- onl; one-hall its povie ested in the Star ing Wield peopl in that end oi stable which chaneed hands recently. s i i r i T. Woodyatt and family arrive to fvood 1 was .or Co' oi Lethbridge to get a ,ct "p here from tie States two mOEtte cylinder rings ,or the engine down Hillcrest. Alia., Oct. resi- dents of Hillcrest have determined to have a skating rink iu town this win- ter and as no private individual ap- pears to be prepared to make an out- lav of the sum necessary to build a first-class rink, the town was Certain in results because purest in quality; try it and see. CITY TAXES IN NEW YORK SHOW TOTAL OF and liked it well enough, so he has shipped his car up and .will make j hiisse'H and family comfortable while; looking around for soiiicthiug lhatap-i peals to him. j A. t.. Walsh and Jay Morrow are carpentering at Neiv Dayton. I I F. A. Johnson returned Thursday, WHEAT CENTRE WANT WINSTON CHURCHILL London. Oct. Christchurch Sunday Mail's correspondent cables that the Xew Zealand members of Par- liament are urging the ministry to communicate with ihe Australian gov- ernment, with a view to Jointly invit- ing Right Hon. Winston Churchill 10 i exteud his tour to Australia, in the I event of his visiting Canada, "in order to enlighten the people upon tho ques- tion of foreign policy, and to confer upon the question of Imperial de- fence." HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Wheat Centre, Oct. Shaw threshing outfit lias been laid up the past few days on account of Mr. Hail- j ey, their engineer, being in Leth- j bridge on business, i Patterson was home from his j work at the mine on Sunday. lie in- j forms us that the demand for coal is increasing rapidly as the weather has j turned cooler, lots oi it going to Brooks. C. Nelson is busy hauling wh-eat. these days. His large crop is going Xo. at a fair price. Farmers in the Centre neigh- j borhood are wishing for rain, so they can do fall plowing, as most of them are through threshing. A few more days will finish everything around licre. i Mr. Geo. Hanger and Mr. C. Calkins were callers at Mr. Dnraml's on I day. and work on the Hillcrest Skating club's rink will be commenced in ie-'-y irear future: It is proposed to make this rink the largest in tin. part of the Pnss, lighting the same b; electricity. Owing to the fact that the rink is the property of. the people of Hillcrest. and no one is expecting to make money by ihe undertaking there is little chance of the Skating club heing in financial, difficulties at the end of the season. The Hiilcrest Hockey club has not >t been formed, but there has been tunsiderable talk on this point, nuci no doubt as soon as the riak is complet- ed a hockey team will lio formed that will emulate the example of the Hill- cicst Football club last summer, and bring the honors of the season to Hillcrest. C. B. Gordon, the millionaire presi- dent of the tlillcrest Coal ami-Coke Co.. accompanied by Mr. J. M. Jiackic- bot'h of Montreal, were in town last week, making a thorough inspection of the company's plant. Tho party took a trip through the mine on Thurs- day last, and were much interested in the underground operations. They left, for Calgary on Thursday evening. Hillcrest has bail honors thrust up-t on her this "week. One cptometerist. one dental expert, and three vendors of the world's classics, is -the record so far, not to mention one .or two, worths' benefactors of the race, who' initiate the easy ones into the one and only way of piling "P ihe dough. New York, Oct. When tho city tax books were opened to public today it was shown that real and personal property assess- able for 1913 totals in valus slight- ly more than a net increase of over ures for the present year. Andrew Carnegie, with an ass- essment of leads tho personal list. The estates of D. Rockefeller, John Jacob Astor, and Joseph. Pulitzer are assessed at S5.000.000 each, Cornelius Van- derbilt Mrs. Russell Sage and Isidor Straus Real estate owned by J. P. Mor- gan, ,Chas. M. Schwab. Harry Payne Whitney, The Grand Central station IE as- sessed at the Equit- able Life building site at 000, the Metropolitan Lite buiid- irig at and the Mutual Life at AfHM- many tests under supervision in Germany, salt has Irton fomid best preservative for butter. C P. R. MAY BUY STEAMSHIP LINE Montreal. Oct. The latest, rumor concerning the Canadian 'Pacific plans for tho future is currency in the Financial Times. It. says that the vallwav Plans to pay for tho famous rcninsulav and Oriental c, ,-im 'htti fomnanv There are near- SwamJnp Comp. n Ij un> m .-an he nad a. the s, olh.xs. ;