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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tagc THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday. Angus! 21. 1012. GORMAN HAD i ACLOSESHAVE ICEBERG STEAMER RAN INTO, TO THE CAPTAIN J London, Aug. n largo rent In her bow, the Allan Liner Coreicau arrived alongside the Liverpool Land- ing stage today. Otherwise sho was none tho worse -i'or her encouutor-'with an iceberg on August 12. Captain Cook, commander, says (he vMssl was going deod slow, and when ice was sighted the engines were immediately put full astern, but before the ship lost headway shs touched the berg. He save the dam- ago is ten feet above the water Hue. and she made no water wiiuiever. A wireless message to stand by was sent to the Lake Cliamplaiu, but af-' terwards cancelled. Stories of the passengers vary, the j majority agreeing there was excite- ment but no panic. A Yorkshtreman, named Clark, says the iceberg was seventy feet high, and so long that its ends were invisible. Two students, inamed Hetsall and Stevens, declare that they were nearly thrown out of their bunks by the force of the col lision, a hundred ions of Ice being thrown on the ship. Other pasBsn- gert say on the tables [not moved. The Corsican's boats were at once made ready for lowering, discipline being excellent. During the addresses and a gold watch were pre- sented to Captain Cook by grateful MARTYR 10 m FEVER "Fniit-a-tives" Ciirtd After 15 Yiars' Suffering COANWAE.I, CENTRE, ONT., NOVKMHHR 2; Hi igil.1 "I R maVtyr to Hay I-'evcr for probably fifteen years and I suffered terribly at liiucs. I consulted tunny physicians and took their treatment, ery remedy 1 heard of us r Hay Fever but uotliiug ENJOY IT Xothing more dainty or more easily digested than KeUogg's Toasted Corn Fwkes. IU delicious flavor tempts the failing appetite; its nutriment gives strength, quickly. Order KeHogg'a .ntl 1 tried ever being good foi helped me. Then I heard of "Fruit-a-tives" and decided to try them, and t am thankful to say that this remedy cured me completely. To evtrv sufferer from Hav Fever, I wish to This medicine cured me when every other treatment failed, I belisve it is a. Ssrfect cure for this dreadful ay Fever" MRS. HENRY KEMP. The real cause of Hay Fever is poisoned blood, due to the faulty action of the bowels, kidneys anil skin. "Fruit-a-tives" cleans the blood by regulating bowels, kidneys and and thus relieves the excessive strain on the nervous system. Try 5001 a box, 6 for trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt of Vv Ftait-a-tives I-nmtett; OUTSIDERS WON THE BIG CATKE PRIZE {Continued from front SPECIAL EXHIBITS j .Western Auto Co. With automobile dealers the name of the Western Auto uo. is a As an evidence of the success of. this enterprising concern one has only to notice the vast number of autos thread- ing their way to and ,from the ftijr with the attached to them, ''sold by the Western Auto -yf Centra' Lumber Co! The Conrral Lumber Co.'s exhibit is one which cannot fail to interest all :hose connected with the lumber bus- iness.- It was about 11.30 this morning b( fore a start, WHS miido iu judging th horses, and but one or clusse had been finished up to noon. K. of Calgary, president of th Canadian Percherou association. I judging the Suffolk Punches. Be; gians uud Peiclieroiis; and Mr. Brigli of Myrtle, Out., is judging the Clyde: and Shiivs, In the cuttle exhibits the herds outside places, which have made th circuit of the big fairs, are carrying off ihe honors, and it is purlieu' arly noticeable that one stable ii each class is sweeping the bulk of the louors. The Jerseyi In Jerseys, Joseph Harper Sons wept nearly all the honors, and car ied off tho grand sweepstakes. This lerd won first for aged bulls, for two one-year-olds; and two for jull calves; second and.third for aged ows; first for two-year-old cows; sec- ond for one-year-olds, and second for heifer and calves: first for the herd; first for bull and three of his get, and the grand sweepstakes and silver cu'u. Harper's are moving to Swallowhurst, Alta., from near Saskatoon. In Ayrshires, It. S'ess Sons, of D'e Winton, carried off the most of the money. This herd won eight firsts, niiio seconds and cue third, and the sweepstakes and cup., Sh little worth, of Blajkie, Aita., and Morrison, an Ontario exhibitor, won the other prizes. Otto V. Battles, of MaquokeU, Iowa, won nearly everything in the Aber- deen-Angus class. He hag a magni- ficent bunch of animals. LADIES' HOME JOURNALS FOR SEPTEMBER'NOW-READY Rylands is Too Busy To go into details these days. You'll agree with us that the biggest crowds are found where the best bargains for Less all the time, plus intelligent court- eous store service has made this store what tijs todqy. A List of Bargains Briefly Told {-v One Quarter Ofi-Ati. A Good Serviceable Girls' Wash Dresses Corset on Sale 75c Every dress left is rsinarkable value at the old prices.- TOU the balance of these New.York dresaes-for glrfe from 6to 14 years at for cheaper than you can make gingham dreeiea. fancy. Silk Dressing Goims Clearing at -buying a. long silk klmona for so little money.' pattemi are exceptionally pretty, the ''colorings are the finest yet. Nothtagf', to these lor in the city, Serviceible Suit Cases t We do the largest corset business 1n the city we carry the largest.stock and the best variety. Special for tomorrow: is a long hip model that is actually worth ?l.'OQ'or 18 to Boys' Wash Suits} the Balance at Cost Not many suits left, but we are willing to lose the profit, on the balance, providing they go to- morrow, or Friday. '-Sizes to fit boys 'from 3 to 6 and fancy materials used. Pillow Cases on the List atlScEach The last time we offered these 25c cases they went with a we have 200 more pairs to.offer at the same you, they are Quoted at iSc. each. Advance Showing of Some Smart Fall Suits for Women will fcardly convey to you the heauty'of these Bev models in Fall Suita. Tou will have to discard your year's suit for the coats are much longer and 'the skirts radically different. We are aho-wint; some smart Norfolk stylea for Misses and smaJi women, and also the always pop- ular t id tared suit in navy whipcord sergee. These are special value at Then ayain, we a range of Suits that are conceded to be the beet in. town. while you are down town. We never too busy to. you. What's New in the Shop This Week NEMO CORSETS In five .new models. LONG SILK GLOVES; vprj; scarce, per pair....... si.QQ fancy silver handles, ....___...... S1.5C CHILDREN'S SWEATERS colors, special MOTOR VEILS regular Jl.OO val- He for...............-.. 65c. We Sell Relindo Shoes; The Highest Grade Shoe Made for Women They come in every new style, Mgh top button, in tan and black; also'low.heelj'sregular styles, only the highest grade of leather C'usliion liecls are an exclusive feature in the Eelindo shoe. New Fall Shoes for Children Now in Stock We Seii .For Less AVe Sell For Shorthorns In the Shorthorn clues, P. M. llred of -KikmwaH, Susk.. swept the board winning sevoii-eighUis of tho honors iiK'lmlhiK ihc swcepsdikes and won first tuui seoond in class. In Holsteins, J. C. Urdwery, of ley, won six firsts and seconds ('ompotitlou in this class was not so keen, owing to tho vleclBton ot Georgi Uuie not to come. Mr. Lane cut h cars from the Kdmontun train nt Hlgl Uiver. There are a large number of hor ses to judge, and It will he veil into Thursday before tho work is complot ed. Prof. Mutton is also judging iht sheep and swine. No Charge to Grand Stand The judging o-f ladies' and gentle- men's driving horses, and Indies' and gentlemen's saddle horses will take place "tomorrow morning in front, of the grand stand. There will be no charge to the grand stand tomorrow morning. Meals Please All The dining room, which is being run at the Exhibition grounds by the own of Raymond, is giving unlimited satisfaction. The managers of the Fair, as well as visitors, suite freel} hat better meals are served for the money than were 'ever served on the grounds heretofore, or for that mat- er on any other exhibition grounds. SPECIAL EXHIBITS Exhibit of Ayrshires The exhibit of the Lakeside stock arm of De' Wiiitba1 is attracting the ttention of siockmen at tho Fair. R. Jess, the proprietor, is a newcomer in Alberta, but is establishing a splen- j did reputation for his farm. He is breeding with the objective of sup- plying dairymen and farmers with pure bred 'stock for their herds. This farm also has on exhibition a nunibe of Pekin .-ducks and Barred Rocks showing the quality.c-f what is at De Winton. The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd. For exhibiting their special pro ducts the Manitoba...Gypsum Companj have erected a portico-shaped build ing, composed of their own material This is situated on the north side.o the Exhibition pavilion, and will prov. a great source'of attraction, not onlj j to builders, -'but to private 'citizens who are interested in interior decora tions.. There are :three specialties on I show, the AVood Fiber plas ter, the "Empire Finish, and the "Em pire" plaster The "Empire" WQPCJ Fiber Plaster This plaster'canHe applied in the same manner as any other liardwal plaster. The wood fiber bond used in its composition, it asticity and'toughness. It has further that .It is a non-con- ductor, of sound, and cold. The plaster is absolutely ver- min-proof, it cannot be damaged -by water, and it is a fire-retardent, Finlih This is'-to obviate all the imperfec- tions and shortcomings of the old style of lime-putty.i finish. These de- fects are shrinkage and its consequent cracks will ruin the wall decorations and ilie necessary expenses in Properly applied, the "Empire" Finish the wall as hard and durable as marble, to say nothing of the artistic effect 'produc- ed: Plasier Board This is a combination fire-proofing lath, entirely taking the place "of the wood lath. It is not merely a sub- stitute, but an improvement likewise. Plaster Board is a 'first class deatieuer of Used on buiWings of frame construction, it is a against fire, for white wood lath will burn, Plaster Board win not. K Is ''easily applied, and can be cut to shape 'with a saw or lather's hatchet. ,T. M. Beattie, salesman and expert, is in charge of the stand, and is will- ing, to enter into particulars, and go into any detaiis_as .to ;the company's special products. Pure 'Gold' Products There are many food products on ihe market, some good, others better. In the best class are tbe Pure Gold products, which spell the secret of "delicious desserts. They, are manu- factured by the Pure Gold-Manufact- uring. Co., Toronto, The.firm special- ize'in jellies, baking powders, salad dressing etc., and the exhibit which is with the Good Company display, in charge of Mr. Lucas, the Pure Gold Co.-representa- tive, is attracting the attention housewives and ladies generally; No trouble Is spared in explaining tho excellencies of the products, and all ladies are cordially invited to inspect the exhibit, and ftek'all the questions they like. The demonstration 'is In charge of Mrs. F, J; Schenck. The Magnet Cream Separator An exhibit, In of the growing interest in dairying In the South, is that of tlie Magnet Cream Separator, manufactured Ont. It Is situated in the west side o? the mttin building. Farmers are showing greit interest in it, and the many excellent pointrf 'In separation are much appre- ciated. It has no superior and As- sesses several special points. Tetley'i Artistically decked" in light blut: ami white sllkine, in fan-shaped de-j CLARKE Sr CO. Phone 453 Ine Ladies'' Store 'Aeaclia Bllo Headquarters Fair M Shoppers women visit'.iniy-tlvo' will Ihid .'this store a convenient stopping phiee, .resting place'iiiKl'u- liioSt snt- isl'nctory isitor or as a shopper in search of Fall Stocks Ready In the Millinery and Ready- to-Wear Sections. New suits, new coats, new skirts, now waists, new tinder-' skirls, proper hat to go any shown' in splendid variety and in the best vuluos. shown in this city in any other store. Wonderfully AttrectivE Suit Values We have lower priced higher but none in which, we take more pride rn which'offer greater value UoV the money than this splendid'collection on display .at Hade of absolutely pure wool in medium arid dark colors and navy and black serges in excellent made iu ttie'p'ifoper length, all silk lined, skirts made with high waist line and mostly .with piece front. SALE OF SKIRTS Pure-wool medium and'dark colors and extra quality navy- and 'black serges, shown in three or four attractive new styles with high waist line, one-piece front and nc.wpleats. SALE OF UNDERSKIliTS .special of, extra fine quality .Homan sate'c'ii .ifnderskirtB in- black that and' durable give the greatest unipuut'o.rspryice for the Made 'in. med- inni 'widtH.ah'd' splendidly sewn throughout, 10 JU fl Superb Display of Coats A lovely showing of handsome new styles made of heavy weight blaliket cloths In plain colors and .heather mixtures with, used in neat touches of trim- ming at collar all beautifully tailored, and'of the famous shape- keeping make. Newest Millinery Creations in Most Be- J cominq and Attractive Styles An early showing1 especially prepared for Fair Week Shoppeis trimmed our expert trimmers, 'in the' Fashion Centres 'of the Bast, where all the best imported creation's are nowi.on fA We are featuring the low and medium priced j fA Jl4 tn IK .111 -hats'-that you will'want for immediate .use tfl X I Z Mi tjlt IU the new fall suit or'coat. IV sign, the Tetley Tea stand presents a welcome which generally -goes with afternoon teas, -it is not'only a mat- ter of appearance, however, but the goods are in" evidence for making the tea hour the inviting and interesting function it is generally considered to These are in the shape of beauti- fully designed tins'containing Tetley's famous "Golden Tip" -teas. These tens have world-wide popular ity and reputation, and have the trade mark, which niarkg" the best quality of leaf in thut it lakes longer to. in- fuse than .the ordinary, article.' The stand' is under the management Messrs. Kennedy and Reynolds, and Mrs. Soper. Those who wish to test 'or themselves the quality of the tea-, can have a dainty cup of tho same 'by asking for it. Once tasted the tea will be always appreciated. Besides the Golden Tip, there are other irands .of ten from the firm's India ind plantations..' There is al- so cocon. The neat little tables-.with their floral decorations are another'.feature of the sta'nd, .and there 'is' an cosiness and beauty about ij, all. Visitors should not miss this exhib- it. It Is one of the attractions the pavilion. The firm claims that once liaving tasted Tetley's tea, all other brands 'will be given up in its favor.', 16 In 1 Visitors to the Exhibition shoujd not fail to hear Claude D. Lawes -pro- claiming the benefits and virtues of his wonderful compendium of sixteen different articles .of, general...use, all comprised in one. i.Mr. Lawcs is some .alk-er, and he o make- .1 spiel on. Parcrs, sHeerB, cutters, covers, die- era, and other 'weapons for domestic ise, and all handy without having to seek here and there for each separate .rtfcle. But if you wish to know all about this wonderful machine go and icar Mr. Lawes, and if you are wise will carry one away with you. Keck Store KobcrUou's HooUstore is already ainlllar to the visitor. Tho firm have complete assortment of all kinds if stationery supplies and the ox- ilbit is but n small part of .what they mve to offer the public. Don't Tor- jet Hobertscm'8 PROGLAMATION TO THE CITIZENS OF LETHBRIDGE That M. Hnftcli, by virtue of the powers in unvested as Mayor o.i; .tho Oittv of hereby declare Thursday, the day A.IX 1912. lrovii the liouf ohl.2 o'clock' noon a'Gi vie "Holiday and hereby c'all tm all good citissons to observe line v..( v M. Mayor, TH-M KING Early Showing of Fall Millinery PRICES FROM TO C A Cooksley Beside Bentley's ;