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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX IK ucTiiBiufoGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. AUGUST 25. 11110 15 Ki '-BRITISH 1'1'SIT. foremost trenches for battle. sion has cut advertising revenues in two, while the war has imposed great increases in the news departments to satisfy the public demand; labor has become scarce and wages have not fallen. The officers elected for the. coming vear were; President, A. J. N. Terrill, News, Medicine Hat First vice-president, V. C. French, Times. Wetaskiwin. Second vice-president, R. Whil- lans. Standard, Toiield. Third vice-president W. M. David- son, The Albertau, Calgary. Secretary-Treasurer, John Torraiice Herald, Leth bridge. Executive: R Burton. Globe, Card- istou: Charles Clark. High Riv- The first convention in two years of-j-er. R. Jennings, Journal. Edmou- Hold First Meet In Two Years Increase In Price of All Materials Superintendent Cotterell of the C.L'. R. reports that 40 per ceni. of the grading on the Pakowki-Polestar ex- tension of tiie Lethbridgp-Weylmrn line has been completed. The whole grade should be done in a month, and judging by the crops through the ter- ritory "traversed there is. little doubt that the steel will be lain this year to provide a means of moving the grain. the Alberta and Eastern B. C. Press Essociation was held in Calgary this week. The B. C. members are now formed into a provincial association End hereafter the Alberta association .irill be confined wholly to the prov- ince. The discussions while largely tech- nical, were full of interest to the newspaper men present and during the meetins some of the acute prob- lems now confronting the trade were emphasized. It transpired that the cost of raw material had increased en- ton: A. D. Horton, Observer, ville: .1. H. Woods, Herald. Calgary: J. A. Carewell. News. Red Deer. If the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders ormously. that white paper is scarce building of a newspaper lias gone up j Montenegrin and the former of Dan- to prohibitive figures. The depres- j ish extraction. CLARKE i 453 CO Acadia Block DRESS work guaranteed and price very reasonable. Place Your Oi-dtir Early.___ New iress Fabrics and Reaily-to-Wear Garments A splendid variety of newest weaves, colors and styles on display tomorrow that you will do well usciiowsei'i'oin wiiiie present jwtees prevail, lor values arc fully as good as those of a year ago, by reason of .very early placing: of orders be- fore advances were put on; and assortments are the best we have ever had to show so early in the season. The NeW Dress Goods Are Superb Fabrics for children's schooj wear, for ladies' dresses and skirts, for suits and coats. All shown in splendi d variety of weave and colors and at the lowest prices yon will see for some time to come. VIYELLA FLANNELS. Light ami Clark colors. -Jt All washable GRANITE CLOTH PLAIDS. Navy, brown 1-7 r Copenhagen am! brack. Special J1. FINE SERGES. Special value. Nice even rij-J ftrt finish. Navy ami bteck 1 DIAGONAL WORSTED. 44 in. Brown, navy, plum, Copenhagen ami black Tailors' 'Weight. 56 inches 'Jf STRIPED TAFFETAS. Beautiful quality. Self colors. :'G inches. Navy, Copenhagen, green and rtjn black. Special, yd...................... Handsome New Coats and Suits THE SEASON'S MOST FAVOR- ED STYLE IDEAS SHOWN HERE TOMORROW IN SPLENDID VAR- IETY AND ALL AT EXTREMELY MODERATE PRICES. VENETIAN BROADCLOTH SUITS Coats imulu with full flare skirts, close fitting collars; skirls full sweep. Handsome styles in large and small sizes at d> A p An ?35.00, and up toip'rJ.vU FINE CHEVIOT SUITS Smart, new styles in navy, black and green. Large and small sizes .00 GREY TWEEDS AND WORSTED SUITS For medium and large women. Sizes up to 42. 527.50 to tpJJ.uU HANDSOME COATS With l-dfsc close fitting collars. Dig and roomy in body. 52L'.50 lo Montreal, P.Q.. Ahg. Ga- zette's London correspondent says: Senator James Ross is sailing today for Canada, leaving his son Lieut. Ross progressing satisfactorily in the hospital at Oxford. While flying on .Inly 7. with Capt. Sutton, of Saska- toon. Sask., their machine was struck by a while at a low altitude, jiist before the descent and Ross re- ceived a bullet wound in the arm. but iwith the damaged machine were able to reach their own lines. "Senator Dennis and E. N. Rhodes M P are also returning home tins week. the last of the Canadian parliamentarians to leave England." The Royal Bank of Canada elected i two new B. Uav- i is, president of the Imperial Tobacco company, and G. II. Duggan, vtcc-pres- I iilent of the Dominion Bridge com- pany. They succeed the late T. J. Drunnnond of, Montreal and the late W. E. Smith, of Halifax. Fall Goats E INVITE THE LADIES of Lcthbrklge and district to call and look over the beautiful range of Suits and heavy coats we've gathered from leading- Eastern manufacturers. We bought from many in order to get a big variety of styles and materials; and think you jWill say, when you have seen our suits and coats, that it is the best fall and winter range we've ever shown. Drop in and have a look. FALL SUITS Fine Tailor Made Suits, Materials; Black and navy coating serges and gaberdines. Length of coats, 32 Inches. Best satia linings. Tailor Made Suits Brown and grey mixed tvreeds. Full stylish ooats. 32 inches long, satin lined. Skirts are full and plain. Very Fine Tailored Suits. Finest materials, and very best workman- ship throughout. Navy, black and brown serges, gaberdines and poplins. FALL COATS Kiel! Seal Brown Seaiette Coats. Dressy made up in very full skirt, bell or regular coat sleeve, torpedo or reg- ular close belted or full backs. Some have fur collars and linings. Prices Heavy Tweed Coats, Splenciid qualities, best rail and winter styles in an endless variety of pure wool Scotch, English and Canadian Tweeds. Bodies lined. Good values at Baby Lamb and Velvet Cord Coats. Satin lined throughout, Don't Miss Seeing the Range of Coats at Can give you all the novelties at this price, iii Tweeds, Cheviots, Chincillas, Curl Cloths. Also the Real Irish Donegal Shawls Mavic up into fiiii, flaring coats. THESE ARE EXCELLENT SOFT WOOL MATERIALS, AND THEY COME IN GREY AND BROWN, SOTH IN LARGE SHADOW PLAIDS; ALSO IN SMALLER CHECKS. SKIRT SPECIALS New Tweed Skirts at 5.00 New All Wool Serge Skirts New All Wool Coating- Serge Skirts New Black Silk Skirts ___ New Check Scotch Cloth Skirts 8.75 FREPAEE FOR THE SCHOOL OPENING _ We csiry everything in boys' and girls' elpthlng. For School Dresses We are showing extra strong Dress Tweeds. 42 inches wide, at 75c. and 90c. The Simpson Co., Ltd. "WITH OUR RUSSIAN ALLIES ON THE WESTERN FRONT. Picture shows Russian soldiers in the Champagne trict of France returning from a recent big battle with a German war dog (scout) which was captured by them. Ottawa, Aug. and acres'oC forests were burn- ed in the northern Ontario bush fires nearly 300 lives wore lost, about ?6T- of timber destroyed and sev- eral million dollars' of improved property wa." lost, according to Clyde Leavitt, forester of the commission of .conservation and chief fire inspector for the railway who Kobson Cluck, secretary of the Can- adian Forestry association, lias just returned from an inspection of .the .evastated country. rt d reported to Ottawa lhe details oC disturbances, which Imvc taken place at 20 enrolment meetings iu tfsv The intemintion- JgtS have for the most pait been French. Three meetings yesterday resulted, in fights In -which the dis turbers were roughly.-handled -by the Koldlors. at one sol- dier beins placed nndpj for an suiilt cit, iccrnlting rallies werp Intel rupted bj men spoke French. DREAD DISEASE DISCOVERED IN EDMONTON 12dmontoA, Aug.' to Dr. Whit'ilaw, Edmohtbrt'8 medical of- ficer of la-year-old Jboy now at the isolation hospital, imn aiifrrlo poliomelitis or infantile paralywis. This mahes two definite ccaea in" the city. Mrs. Stephens Did Not Need The Surgical Operation. Potoka, h'iiil been married' five yeais and my greatest desire was. to become a mother. The doctor said t! never would have a child unless I wais-> operated on for female troubles and; I had given up all. hopes .when a told me of Pinkh'am's'VegeV. table Compound, f, took it regularly for- 'sometime, and'I am irfbettor health than ever, and have healthy baby girl I praise your Vege- table Compound for my baby and my better health. I wan'; all women to know that it is the sure roaS; STEPHENS, R. F. D. No. 3, Patoka, 111; j Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable pound is so in overcoming, woman's ills becauso it contains tonic, strengthening properties of good old fashioned roots and herbs, which act. on the franalo organism. Women from all parts of the country ore continually, testifying to its strengthening, curntiva influence, It has helped thousands of women who have been troubled with'.dispiace- ments, irregulanti-s, periodic pains, tackacno, that bearing down feeling, indigestion nervous prostratiott> ;