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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Uomluy, Aligns! TJID; f.EnTTlKrBGE DAILY 1'agetf The Ladies' Phone 453 Acadia Block New Fall Goods Now On To Interest Fair Week Shoppers early -KlioM-hitf oi1 newest suits, coats, skirts, iMHlcrskirts, Avaists, dress and millinery Novelty and cxdusivciicss arc the Features of the gatherincv and you need go no.l'urtlier iu your search' of model 'fabrics of the The New Millinery to This first Showing eludes mostly him priced styles that you require for etirl'y y street wear with your nefr while the' range is not 4B yet find ft jiuxl' most varied iioollecliqn, trimmed v pVrtlcnilaYiy- fqr.the needs bridge people oui ex xpert. milliners now in the eastern fashion cen- ters the latest .imported models are'on display The New Suits The New Coats to Tweeds in medium and dark col- ors, and sorgosi and "whipcords in iiavys arid lovely. shtKvlng to choose 'from In some of :the best styles and values over aho'wli. Coats all silk.Jined, skirts mostly i, one ;piece1 front with high waist -i :K The New Skirts Tweeds and worsteds In medium (Jink tolort, 11 fl sei-jos an 1 tJiBMotb nune and Lirge collection of various stj les to ohoode from all repreb entlng remarkahle values at the money to Plain cloths hi navy and black, are in strong evidence, but thfi spec- lal features of this big display .are, the lovely garments of reversible bhmnet cloth, shown in a most com- Urehensive variety oi style's and combination .colorings. All sixes from 8 .years to 4-1, J The New Waists to From -.the most inexpensive.'.to die highest p jced this diepm of t'ers tho. very best values -ever n In this btoi e n linens and" lingerie styles ;ns well at the new tailored and fancy silks LOVELY NEW DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS Even though you ire not ready to buy an Inspection of this showmj would be most mterestmg Oil nuver chide tlie WUIR of -time, Or say 'Us'.lardy in its night Vou'll find Ihe chiy.s speed quick enough, If you bill husband them aright'. Mr. W. II. Dobbin returned Satur- day night from a vacation trip lo. Portland... W. Lewis has returned from 'month's vacation spent at Ihe i cities., Mr: W. D; was ,i week-end'visitor in the city. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Arnold, of 4rooks, were week-end visitors with, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Vrooman. Miss Maiher returned home yester- j lay morning from a pleasant vacation pent ai' Banff. j Mrs. Young, ami'Miss "Helena Keith) f. Red Hccr, are guests ivith Mrs. F. Simpson: VISIT'OUR BOOTH .AT; THE FAIR ANp WE WILL, MAKE YOU A, PRESENT OF A USE FUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE. Ellison Milling Company WANTS PANAMA BILL IN HARMONY WITH TREATY Have ypu tried Lethbridge Bakery Test their output when tke wagon calls none better in the Dominion F MoCAULIV PROP f Kennedy Blk St N Washington, Aug. Ta ft today began the task of con vine Ing meiiifcerB of the House and Senate that the rPanama .Canal bill shouk contain some feature .10.-assure other nations that the United-States did not intend Lo the Hay Paimcefote treaty. Taft gave a resolution to Re p.reseutativa. Shirley..dra.wn.to ensure the right of any foreign shipowner to Imvev th-e free tolls provision passed upon' bv rhe United States coitrts Some think the hill al readi for that, hut res qlutlou the President submitted fccday; sp.eclfic8.11y provides, for It. Mr; Shirley said that; he si hunt the 'resolution., to', the-House and Reuatol ciunferees orr the'bill, and -learn they were willing to have it presented to Congress. In addition ident todaj talked Senatp Jones oft and Cham- berlain Df Oregon It said the belieyeti the, Panania Cinal bill might 1m e effect of nullify Ing the Hay Pauucefote treatj if not in harmonv M In construing law several the'. Supreme feet deep. had o'penect1 In :1 eight miles in, length. The people throughout the district inpeared stunned bv the catastrophe and made no attempt lo help pitting and brooding theli ea and iwaifliik the arrnal of isliei Clubs and llic llrollieihood of St Vniliev of >l Vugustln s clmrtH'Aull meet is usual this evening Court held that the law superseded Metis Socali of St Mini, hurcii meet tomoirow at he home ol Mi 4 mold 1 I 'llc vim pioWiised donations for the MIS.SIUII uootli at the THREE THOUSAND LIVES LOST the treaty with China Those; who .-talked with dij about the bill were LonvInLed ta would sign it The; said hone er ;hal the President uould pieter to fan" are reminded that Mich dom have Congress i resolution re hions die to be sent to Mis n. Lfflrming thezgoofl faith, of, the-Unitcdl Wilson at ihe birncks as it has States in its treaty obligations I toon found unposMhlc to send for .them Miss Elizabeth Driscoll has return- (1 from a two weeks' holiday, which lit spent it Banff inii Laggan of Toronto, who lias een spending ihr; past few days in left for Calgary thil inorn- MJSS-, .Lombard rendered the solo, Jcsu, Lover of HIV very ef- fectively-at the evening service of :Knox church vestenlav Mrs. R. O'ilagan was a tea .hour hostess oh Friday, wlicn just a few intimate friends were bidden to meet Miss Armstrong, of Vancouver; who Mrs. W-. -J. Armstrong's house guest A congenial party of twenty pic-1 enjoyed themselves at he er liuttnm on Saturday evening, chap-i eroned M Mr ind Mrs Nation and I Mr. aud Mrs. Hosco. A jolly party ni young people who, j chaperoned by, Mrs. Dowsett, spent Sundij i1 [rank included Miss Com- Iin Miss Miss Hulcn Mr. Young, Mr, Long and Mr. Oowsett. Misses Mamie and Myrtle Delay re- turned yesterday morning from Bow View ranch, 'Bow Island, accompanied bv Mrs. Howell Harris, who will be the house 'guest of Mr. and' Mrs. Ow- en Delay for a couple of week; To All Exhibition Visitors _. Who IK- iu'Jhc oily during Uic coin- ing week, we extend n cordial welcome to vixif our Keady-lo-Weur LtapaNineiii, a I, our sloie, luue jusl, received our advance ship- ment of Ljulioh' Conls and Suits. Tlie {jnnui'iits are the "pick of tho all arc made on (he very Latest JSW Vork and Paris model lines and we assure- 'you thai you will he mining one of the best attraclions of I he Fair if voti do jiol lakc.thib opportunily of them. J'rices in CoatM range In Suits iroin to You wili find our Exhibit of Groceries ami' Wines in the portion oi' the Main Build- III ff: Hudson's Bay Co. Constantinople, Aug..J.T.-rAn ing stoi j of suffering ind dannge caused by the recent earthquake in the region about the Sea of ManucTa, wag-told-by of: .the .ex- pedition despatched oh August 1-1 to th6 stricken district on .boaixl the United; States gunboat Scorpion, the guardship at which' returned here today J. Cornell Tarler, aecond assistant the.United..States embassy, and the special mission of 'four doctors on, board, estimated the number of-killed in the vauous owns and at 3000, while; the totdl of, those Injured, reached 6000.. found firipos i sible lo approach ullages on accpiint of the. odor from the. dead bodies in the nuns Othei Mljages were simply a mass of debris The has.been rendered worse, qjii-account .pf the dif- j ncuHv of obtaining building material FaithquakeB continue almost diilj it ma.ny places .along the coast. 'Six were felt jesterdaj ind iiidnj houses collapsed At i i iber of houses standing on .the sea front surroumlet by gardens were intact but immediate ly in the. rear .scarcely a .stick br' j] stone unrjglH. Numerous sures were in the ground but none of greit size although the ull agcrs reported th it a cleft nearly ''OO "As clean where as a new pin" is the QUAKER BREAD is made All Good Grocers Sell It Office and Bakery 1610-2nd Ave. A., N. 1027 or 378 onp of oui will call Pleasant Sundav ening which held at the conclusion 01 the evening sen ice of Weslej church jesterdaj ms laigelj attended the mijoiifj being soung people, A 'number of old favorites sung joung ladies kindlj is sistmg in tuin at tlu oigan Mr Beiiton and -Air. Simmonds helped with-violin accompaniments. "Mr ttlnnd Tinneson sang ac capHbh theie bo am stars in mj Refreshments were, s.erved as usual and bouquets of flowers sent out lo the'sick. .The hour closed with scripture reading and prayer, .j jj. G T. R. OFFICIALS TO GET OUT Toronto, Aug. is ru- mored this city that many of the officials of the Grand Trunk will resign very shortly. The news of Mr. Brownlee's resignation is said to be "only the first one of many. Supt. Whittenberger of -the eastern division and Vice President Pitxhugh are men- tioncd of the prominent officials to go, the former at' the iirst of September. .Other mihor will .also leave I the road shortly; of Montr Certain in results beca use purest in quality; try it and see. Professor Dyrte, of Robertson Col- egc, Edmonton, who preached two eloquent sermons in Knox church yes- terday, is a guest For the week with Mr..and Mrs. A. .J. Irving. Professor Dyde will occupy the pulpit of Knox church again next Sunday The engagement is announced of Miss Elizabeth Adelaide (Adilic) Belcher, daughter of UeUt.-Col. and Airs. Relchcr. of Kdinonton, and Mr. David Alexander Graham, of .the Can- adian Northern Construction com- pany, B. C. e Mr. and Mrs. Fred. ot To- arc visiting with the former's sister, Mrs. Frank Hedlev. Mrs.'Hed- ley and her .'guests leave the end of the for lianff, where t-hev will visit for a couple of weeks. Early showing of Fall Millinery Tuesday, Aug. 20 tf o and following days We will show our first Fall Millinery Newest Ideas in Trimmed Hats MISS CAMERON Hill Block upstairs 516 3rd A ve. Dr. Shaw, of Clinton, who has been visiting fur a few, days with his sis- Marrs, 317 Kour- teenth St., leftjfor home this after- noon, Dr. .Shaw is very enthusiastic over the west and thinks Lethbrirtge lias a great and promising .future. K. Simpson entertained on Jaturilay from, five to eight for her daughter, Helena. The guests cn- oyed a splendidly jolly time at es of various kinds, while Mar- f; McKillop carried off the trophy n a floral guessing contest. Mrs. Simpson was assisted at the ca hour by her house guest, Mrs. 'homajj, of Minneapolis, and Miss aras.sin, Those bidden were Eflie Wallace, lona ForJ, Inzola Har'die, Myrl (V- logun, May Young, Margaret McKil- op, Dot Livingston, Flossie Hill, athiccn Southard, IJavina Sang and )va Ilutton. Tlip following of St. loysiiis' Convent school, Lethbridgc, Ha., wliich is nfliliatRfl to the Tor- onto College of Music, were success- ful in Uio .Juno, 1913, examinations; Louise .second piano honors. Louise first piano, honors.1' first piano, honors. Myrtle iirstt pass. t [Lilian piano, hon- ors. .Gertie' Plasketl Primary piano, honors. reirunia Primary ''piano, Rass. Minnie Pop an pinna, pass Mary pass -Eileen Priiclit ,pumary -piano, pass. School'Children, Attention! The Superintendent of the schools desires that all the pupils 'of the Central school'In Grades 5, 6, 7 and S, will meet this evening at 7.30 in the Auditorium of the school to practice songs for the comer atone laying on Wednesday afternoon. BANK CLERK GONE WRONG TRIES TO SUICIDE-' Toronto, Aug 19 Arthur Rich' moiifj, a joime clerk in the Bank of Toronto here, accused of having em- bezzled about of the hanks attempted suicide this morning in a' nine. The detectives who had a down town hotel bj swallow mg ran' out for his mrest, found him ami, hurried him to the hopsital He may recover. DARROW TO BE TRIED AGAIN Los Angeles, Aug Darrow, the Chicago lawyer, who was found not guilty tpday on of having bribed a prospective juror, in the JJcNamaia muit stand trial on a second accord- ing announcement made by Dis- trict-Attorney .Fredericks, ly after the acquittal. r Berlin and Waterloo h thfir calling fee to f2 00 PLEXIBILITY the ]eading characteristic of the newest cor- set (eature in which a laGrace Corsets have always been supreme. There's a model made for Be sure you get it CORSETS The slim, girlish figure is suited most satisfactorily with pur No. 517 or No. 523. Carefully de- signed to give fashionable linei with greatest comfort ;