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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY 1IEKAM> .'it'.'just right he said My! But ain't Kellogg's ..easy to .52 IOC .CORN FLAKES JUSTICE TAII IS 70 YEARS OF AGE SIR MELBOURNE RECEIVED FELI CITATIONS OF MONTREAL RETIRE .-.Montreal, -Junp fi. Yesterday'for first time in a quarter oi a ctm- iiiry on tlic hcncli Sir Melbourne Tail tlood while a score of judges and lumdreds of laivypvs sal in their diairs. .It was while Mr.: Archani- liaull, K.t-., balonnicr of the Mont- real bar, prcsenicil lo his lordship ilieic sincevest licsL wishes ior many rc-turus of llic day. 'J'liis is Sir jVIelhonrne's TOtli anniversary of his birth. The anniversary comes coinci- dent with, the retirement oE the cluc[ justice, an.1 he was astcd lo provide for the last tiirc at a functioa cu- iirely in his honor. THE LATE J. R. INGRAM The late .Tobn Robert Ingrain, a well kuowh farmer of Turin, wlip died re- cently, is survived hy his parents, Mr. and MTS. Samuel HEindley of Turin, and also seven cousins, three of tvhom reside in this city, three in Sundial, and one in Seven Persons. The de- ceEsed ivAs unmarried and In'religion was un Anglican. TAKES' HOUSE'. IN WOODSTOCK Toronto, June Rowell, 31. P. P., will he a residenL of Woodstock ilurins ii portion of Hie coming sum- mer. He hag rented tlie residence of the late George Eden on Light, street for July nnd August. Some time ago -Mr. Rowel] intimated'Ills-desire to-be- come permanently resident or at! -jiHitiL a..-properly Holder id North Ox- ford. Representative British Business Men Will be Here Very Soon POSTMASTER DEAD Dtnisl Gillespie. for 53 years lock- auter OD the Comn'nll canal, is dead, 85. 'WldGniiK-nd inlorcm lias lie'cii ui-oiis- od by ilie vt't-piH amiomicemiMu Canada will sliorLly riH'elvu n vlwlt from inosi body of ness moil uiul inivuU'iRcHUvrs luvs ever loft Urllala on a visit 10 any ot Ilio colonies, nnd Ilial Ihc'uorly will mnkc hauslivo lour of (lie Iloialnlon from coasl. to consl. viniiliiK all lln- elili'f cHlcs liiiluslrlal ivnircs .Will a fkw of iiscorlaininj: llic oiii'oriiiiil- llca tlini oxlsl In llic Donilnion for die calabl'iahnicnt of branch fttclork-s, live openings for capital in Industrial mi- nklnes, and the possibilities of oitoiiding tbc miirkil tot llrlllsli- made goods. party will be in lA'tlilmdeu all of the forenoon of July Utlli. Credit for She tour is vine to llic Financial News of London, which of years has devoted nmrked ntten- llon lo Canadian nffairs, and under auspices the tour has heL'n or- ganized wlih the hearty co-oporauoii and support o'' the Dominion govern- ment. Hon. Gsort'o E. .Foster. .Minis- ter of Trade and Commerce, Uas shown the wnrulesi Interest in the since its Inception, as le liolicvas that the visit ot such'a oody 'will prove of ihc itjnost benefit to ihe Dominion. Tbc onr will be.under Hie personal divei .ion of W. Leonurd I'alnier of the Financial Xews. who has alrend! trade several visits to the Dominion, nnd written many articles on Con- a's resonrcoa nnd opiiortiinitic According .to advices just received rom )-otidon the party 'will number otweeii fifty and sixty ives of. many of the largest anil most mportant manufacturing and business i oruoralions in Great Britain, and in act the world. Many of the MSI rs will be either chairmen or niauag ng directors of Important firms. These, ambassadors of British in- ustry, bent ou' n mission fraught ith' the greatest possibilities, in- lucle leading men in almost every ranch of British manufactures. Ar-1 lour plilllng and ordnance makin lectrjcal engineering and almost a ther branches of engineering, tl ioior car industry, printing, Don milling, biscuit making and genen ohfectlonery, all kinds of food pn aratious, with uiauv- other typica ritish industries, are -represented b delegation. British Chambers o ommerce and insurance 'offices ar kewlse to the lore. These "captain f industry1.' who, at the close of Maj ill set ontvo'n a tour extending bve vo''inonrhs, are siving their valuabl me with the serious purpose in v seeing hoWjfar. ench can contribiit tlve building up of Canadian Indus ies on purely Uritisb :lines. Tha followins preliminary list o e firms to -be rejiresented, wilh tb capitalizalipn, wiU give gonie .idea o ihe imiforiance of the Name of tiriii CilpUa Vickers Ltd., (Sheffleld, UarroWMJli-FnnieBS, and shipbuilders, ar- mameuts and inuuitioiu, explosives "Wolseley Tool .Motor Co. Lid. i Ulniiliigliiim) motor iMi'otrie OrdimUf'.o Acccih jtorloa Ltd llJlnnlnglmnn HrrnihiKhnui Small Anns Lid. small nrius, cyclf liUlugs, ;1K''1- cultural machinery Daimkn- -Motor I'O- motor i-ars.. OumiK'l] Lalnl ,t Co, Lid.. iSUQlliiMd it llukon t load l shipbuilders ;uul ai'um- Ut'iiOuiori' I'o. shipbuilders, armaments...........-1 General L'loctrir Co. Ltd.. (London, Munclu'Slur, electrical Osrain Lamps Lid. l.omlou.. dearie lumps imctnrRui-" nient............... Kolicrisoii KUJclrii; Lumps Lomlou, eleclrlc lamps (cnrbou Uliuneiu) Peel Conner Telephone Ltd.. IjiO.OOO If you are tall and of average weight, ask your corsetiere to show you the it- will 6t your figure perfectly nnd give you all Ihe style of the most ,-cxpentive imported corset. The -ipeciil guaranteed unbreikible boning and the double interlining, which prevent) the bones from punching through, mikei thif corset unbreakable and uatearable. Uke ill D ft A and La Dira Coracti, No. 636 ia absolutely Kuar- in every rejpcct. ft moat atorci only yat amMhr imported eorseU sold at thif price. Other nodcli D A at from IQ THE DOMINION. CORSET-COMPAIfT. QUEBEC I M.k.r, of L- Wr. j-t a j W. LEONARD PALMER Organizitig Director of the TOUP Aron Electricity Slerer Ltd. London, electric meters Steel Conduits. Ltd., Brr- Mather Sal- ford, engin- eers, fii-a engineers, hy- draulic and meclianicul engineers I n Qmta Percba Telegytijili Silvertoii, London Dlundell Co. Lid. Hull, paint, color, varnish and Brirjsb ManneEiiumn Tube .Cc. jjuVuiujj, U'elders' tube urrouglis Watts Ltd., billiard' tables Peelr, Freaa Co.-Ltd. Lbn- don, biscuit, 'makers James Kellter-1 Sou Lid., Dundee and London, rnur- iiuilade, chocolate, preser' veil Truka A. J. Cttlcy Son. Ltd.. Xonvlth London, uiin- eral waters, chocolatea crackers, cider GOO.OOO John Brinsmciid fc Son Ltd. London, pianoforte J. B. Kent Sons Ltd, J-on- don, brush nianurautiirers SOO.OOO lonvell Co., 'Ltd., Shef- field, tube manufacturers Darling and Scllars. Ltd., engineers Brotighton Copper Co. Ltd., copper smelt erg and manufacturers John Robaon (Shiuley) T-id., Shipley, Yorks, gas oil and spirit cnglnCrnin- Icers .1- :-V- i Son, Pol- ton, Scotland, paper ma- kers GaO.QQQ he Dreary Car Co. Ltd., Burlou-on-Treni, -railu-ay, cairiage mfrs., anil engin- eers Hart Accumulator Co. Ltd.. Stratford and London, ac- cumulators corgc Jennings Ltd., Lon- don and Dorset, sanitary engineers, hydraulic en- gineers homas Piggott Co. V.UI. Birmingham, Iron found- ers engineers.....-- Yorkshire RalVwtiy WaK- on Co. Ltd., IXmcaflUc, railway llnnnclcra ufEus Rvos. ft, .Klein, Lon- don, art printers eo. Bccson, London, mer- chant eeves Sons Ltd., Lon- don, artistic colors Fardone' Vinegar Co. Birmingham, malt-vine- lireweri, sauce mfrs. B. W- Lucas LW.i Shof- field, spade anil Imple- menta BlocKhwrb fe District; Cham bcr of Commerce G.-W. Goodchlld fc ParMiflr London, edge etc. Armatronp. Sons Ltd., bpllfl, nuta, rargtngR" Jos. Hank TAiJ., etc. 1 DRYLANDS ALWAYS SELLS IT FQK PRICES LIKE THESE PUT OTHER SO-CALLED "SALE PRICES" 5 SHAME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 2 BIG SALE DAYS Girls' Suinmcr weight 'ijuuzu drawers for girls From to U years. old, sniull sizus larger sizes 30c uud in white1 only, liiee Lrlininod. Sh'rtSleeve Cot'n Vests Sliorc elcoye and no sleeve style, lace tvtmmud, good quality Kgyntlnn cotton; -sizes H-i to 3S; uO dozen to clear at this very low' price. FineRib'ed Sines to lit small and medium sized 'women, e'vira quality lisle, in line rib, close fitting laiee; regular ,T5c, reduced Ear Friday ;ind Saturday. Lace Trim Ladies' guuze drawers, wide at knee, heavy lace Irimmiugs, sizes 3J to ;iS; larger sizes -JOe on. sale Friday and Saturday.' Lisle Hose In' tans, grey, mauve, corn, helio, sky, pink and many other shades; "plain and lace designs, worth up to 7Sc A luckv purchase of uO pieces of a-ihflh pure silk Taffeta actual 'value 25c; ten du- all one price Fine Swiss Floundngs Vci-y. scarce in the wholesale trfidq, .we have several-dainty de- signs, hi llounchigs, suit- able for dresses, etc. Cor- Sale Bias Filled Corsets, T extra strong two models, nll' from- Uu to 31) Make it a point to be here, early, we won't disappoint you. Every arti- cle exactly as listed, no flim-flam, no.mar king things up and then down again, that only happens where they hate to share the profits with the customers.: Best English Sheetings, 72- In. Wide; Regular 5Qc for Full two yards wide, the best sheeting, weShave In stock, worth every cent of Us rofiular Tnlue, iJOc; to sell on Friday and Saturday. -x- Extra Fine Pillow Cases, Worth 25c and Twenty dozen-1JI How Cases, 42 inches wide, 3S inches fine, even cambric material, regular 2Sc imd 30c values; on sale Friday.aud Saturday. Turkish Towels, Are Extra Heavy; Worth 75c, Reduce "The Rub-dry Bath Tuwele; exti'ii large size, good weight; sold everywhere for (ioc and Sheets, Large Sale for Two Days Only at 18c This .Tbe.bcst slieet we ever sold at 51.23. an early full shipment; some 2o dozen. Yard Wide English Long- cloth; Worth 12 l-2c, Sale finish, English lougcloih. i a dies .wide; ernss Cull picceB1 of material on sale for two days, 50c Quality Printed Madras On Sale LdL Aiaericau lladras, linen colored gi-ouu'd, colored uopiiy designs, three, colorings, sale lor Extension fir ass Curtain Rods; Regular Price 35c, at doxyn to clear .Monday. Tlie kind we always sell for Rods extend out to four TeeL. Corset Cov- er, Embroidery tuul lacuMflmmed corset; cover in 'Ilogular oOc and 60c only a low Roller To wel- ing Crash, at Five'' pieces -.-linen crush towel- JUK; hard wearing flnx- iliilshfetT worth -12ifcc. .Light fancy sLriped ginghams, worth JO and full 2T in. wide. Snecml for Saturday. Saturday f Fifty dozen more of those, fast black Maco Cotton. sizes to worth. Extra Large Hair Nets for 'Extra value in hairnets; large sine made of pur ".regular. lOc line. In all shades 5c. Llama woo Socks A regular ;ioc. .al mere sox, marked Ipiyjpr Sat- urday, 25C per uiltll sold out. Soft and light weigh! sizes 10 to Odd 'lines "men's, negligee sh y'tigh-t; and %niedi-'. um, dark a aa casb: Tooke's, K. aiid-.StobnrLa. Girls Straw Struw Hala, worth, up to 7Cc, can be bouylit For 2nc on Friday and Saturday; quality straw. .Llif. 1 Tlie Kings Nortqi) Metul Co. Ltd., Birmingham J. Player Son. try, watch uud chrono- meters Hediiniii Bros., Ltd., Leeds.. Mfg! stationers, fine art publishers, clothing nifrs. Leicester Cliumber of Com- merce' C. B. Stanton, Leicester, merchant A. R- Clarke of Orient Co. Ltd., "London Loders -.The Oldenburg launched June, ?0, hAf a displacement of Ions. Tha Reason Why You put into every article you i-experience, knowledge ind skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Bakinf Powder our supremest effort. If you the same care in the selection of Baking IPoVder we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's every timt, because it is irwayt uniformly excellent, arid invariably certain in results. ;