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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday; i, 191 trlE LErnBRincK DAILY HKRAMI CLARKE CO. Ladies' Store Phone 453 Aoadia Block FIRST SHOWING Of the Newest Fall Coats arid Suits Presenting Values of Exceptional Merit Styles of-previous seasons are not to be worn; where will be compared with the clever creations of this seasons Hero you will find a splendid assortment of the latest ideas to choose all th'e accepted materials and colorings. Choose your coat or suit from this splendid stock and you will obtain Value quite unequalled elsewhere. Every garment appeals to the :v; .of good taste who is economically inclined New Suits to ,1 creations and j v cheviots and broadcloths, in and becoming color; coats 'iui the correct 28-inch length, silk or satin lined; skirts cut -1.'. v- but not by ''anjr in style. Materials fhron-g-houi nre absolutely pure wool and shrunk: and1- fit a md-tailor-work are the very bcsfl (produced by the leading nianufac- i tuijers of this country, Golf Coats .v.. Tailored Waists; Corset Styles to to ___95c to New Coats to _ '.f t v -Tweeds, cheviots, kerseys, broad- cloths and caraculs in a lovely range of a .newest autumn with the wide rolling collar or close fitting mil- itaiy styles, in sizes suitable not only for the regular figure from 34 to 38 in small wo- T v men's and misses sizes and in extra stout women's sixes as well. Materials k are all pure'wool and thoroughly Shrunk. Prices are unusually low. New Tweed Suitings, excliisivgTpfift'ihs. at from Xew Fall Kimonnsi to Clotlr] .W.25 to T YOUR Monien visiting tlie Fair aVe invited to store their headqiiar- tersi Yon are welcome to any 'conveniences we have (o offer anil this fact of your ca often, carries with it no obligation whatever to buy unless you feel so disposed Aug. Charles M. sChanifijcrlaiii, attorney of Spokane, is here business.. The-Girls' Guild ot the English churcbi will hold an afternoon tea in thep'jxrish Hall on Saturdayincxt. Mrs.jF.-W. Kiliott, of New Oxley, Icavesifor the country in ten'days 3 three months' visit. Mrs. J. K. Price has opened a res-' jtaurant on Railway street. The Stewart ranch shipped a large bunch, of horses to the Lethbridge There was a little frost last night which nipped vegetables, but did not do much damage to crops, still the weather is unpleasantly cool. Cutting will be fairly general this week. MINES AT, BANKHEAD AND CANMORE WILL OPEN Calgary, Aug. the Can- moro mines will attempt to re-open tnis week under the same police pro- tcctlon as guaranteed the Bankhead mines seems probable and W. F. Me- general manager of the Can- more collieries has been In the city lor the past two days conferring with uie pasi two uays conferring with James Price has returned from Deane at the Mounted Police business trip, to Toronto. [barracks. Lethbridge Exhibition PLANS BY F. E. NOBLES INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. Building Addition to Cost Quarter of Million at Hamilton Hamilton, Aug. Jnterna-, tlonal Harvesting Company awarded the contract yesterday for an addi- ional reinforced concrete building at their Hamilton plant. The building .will be 400 Ity 100 In area and will [cost In the neighborhood of a quarter Jof a million dollars. The company con- j template other extensive additions to i their plant, two new buildings being i under discussion. I The contract for the new building has been awarded to Messrs. David Dick Sons of S [LET OUT OF PRISON I AFTER TWENTY YEARS J Xev: York, Toth. PittEburg Bteel mill hnnd who served 20 years In prison for a mnr- juer he did not commit, sailed for today. Andrew Carnegie ;ias given him a life pension of a .month. Col. Otter One of Many While in South Africa, Col. Otter found that Foot Elm gave great re- lief to the under hln commnnd and he recommended it highly. If your feet blister, sweat or tire easily, spend 25 conts for is powders and tho ef- fect will surprise you. A special pack- age of Foot Bath Tablets free with every box m Cross Drng: Book Store HORSE SWEEPSTAKES DECIDED AT THE FAIR ScHroeder of Midnapore Took Prize for Shires; The. Knight Sugar Co. Had Clydesdale and Suf- folk Punch Winners Today is the bumper day of the won championships at other LAUD bridge exhibition for this year, and If-the Interest manifested so fnr is kept up alJ records to date will bo smashed. All the stores have closed tor the afternoon, 'and the. whole pop- ulation ot. the city" will cos: pKitform attractions: band; concert. olcturca spocially se-. cured for the exhibition by the fair management. The Grand Parade will be the main feature of day. H will be led by the massed bands under the directorship of Prank Cline Closely following will be the Indian parade in war paint and costumes un- der the leadership of George Hor.k. will come the' live stock exhib- its, and animal shown at the exntbltlon will take part in the par- This will be en especially inter- ing the best work of the farmers of the province and many other parts of the Dominion. The Lethbridge Council nnd Vho uomrmercial Travellers will enliven the day with their attendance fair in a body, while the Kentucky You Should Tremble And Shudder When AD unscrupulous druggitt you A iuUtitute for DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry. If you are suddenly attacked tiy DIAKRHOKA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, CRAMPS OR PAIXS THE STOMACH, CHOLKP.A MORBUS, BUMMER COM- PLAINT, or any; LobSKNEas OF THK BOWKLS, do not experiment with eoma new and untried remedy, but get that has stood the test of time. For 65 this wonderful medicine has bean used in thousands of homes in lias given universal faction. When you want a bottle of "Dr. insist on taing giren what you ask for, no-nama, no- reputation preparations may danger- ous to your health. Mr. J. Castle, Tqtonka, Man., "Just a word in favor of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry, which I used hst summer for Cramps in the Stomach and Diarrhoea. I was very'sick i for a and not able to do anything until I purchased a bottle of the abovo remedy, nnd after three or four I was as woll ever." The price is bottle. See that.the name, The T. MUburn Limited, Ont., appears on the Uble, as we are the manufacturers and soU of this remedj. in the space between the Some doubt has been expressed that e track was not conducive to fast time, the horse races would therefore necessity be slow. This was disproved however yesterday ternoon when Clyde ''Wells rorllhe track at 2.19 In the ond heat of the second Visitors to the fair are requestea not to leave the ground's (without'tak- ing a Careful Survey of the Exhibits in the main -building. of the city have done eMierythtnfe m tneir power to make the; fair a suc- cess >by making are a credit to the exhibition. The grains and srasaes, roots vego tlo.vers and wori: will ill in ior a lars-a measure of praise nom peoplo. at the f from Wilson Siding win be very on much in evidence. The attractions secure the VFarming Coi will be or the highest order, ana: will I (Continued 'On page 7) Ate Unwisely? Sometimes do. and because the stort.ach relieve the discomfort at once, he'.p.digesl the overload 'The lover of Dnig .nd Chgrnical of C Hon. A. L Premier of Alberta, and W. A. Buchanan Will Address a Mass Meeting IN THE AT 8 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING Tuesday. August 29th 9f PUBLIC INVITED ;