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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILVIII5RALI) I 'O have two or three corsets in constant use is; really an economy. The newest one should be reserved for dress occasions, A second one may be chosen especi- ally to wear with tailored suits.' The third and oldest one gives perfect freedom and comfort while' attending to household duties. COfpRCIAL TRAVELERS CORSETS are made in a variety of models to meet the Requirements ot every costume and every figure. For the well- developed figure we recommend Models No. 619, No. 633, and No. 505. Sold by the best scores everywhere in Canada. Write for book of new style, to Vomptoii Corset Company, Limited, Toronto. Jolly Get Together Func- tioii at. Sanitarium Hotel, Frank (Special Correspondence.) I'Wk, .Juuti the people on lllc putHlile, lind pai'llcilliirly thu news lapers which. lor monlhs. bave had Krank dead und l.urieil. and utterly effuced from, tbe map of Canada, 'ould liavB looked In on Saturday or on the old town, lying sorely and iimligiu-d in tbe shallow of ercat Turtlu. ilu-y him- t'eu Impressed with the thought hat Ihe jilaco was oilhor 1'ar from fins as dead as they have all been to make oui. or, as> Indl- iilual inu it, was eujoyius u very vely funeral. he occasion w.-iw tha gjttimriiit; of [lie ('row's Nest Pass Ptsilar's association, composed of the knights of tho grip who cover this lerjltcry lor iho wholesale housxis und manufacturing firms of the conn- try. for the purpose of distributing sunshine on gloomy days, and Inci dentally to supply tbe various com mutinies and industrial concerns with their requirements in ihe matter of utilitarian wares all and sundry in characUv. It was nil occasion of considerable significance, as it net only served to demonstrate very effectually (bat Frank is not yet entirely erased from tho'map, but it brought into distinct relk-: that the Rocky Mountain San- atorium is not only becoming a very popular resort, but that it is destined Hock.v .Vluiiutiilii Saimlur- MR. WILLIAM GRAY GOES WEST London. Ont., June Wil- liam Gray, of London, leaves-for.the West next week, mid n.ay take up Ilis permanent residence in California. Mr. Gray is president of three oil aud mining companies, which operate in the Pacific State, and v these inter- ests require his presence on the spot. He has been for some years 'the President erf" the 'Conservative ;Association .in London, and on two occasions unsuccessfully contested the riding against Hon. Charles Hy-j .man for tbe Federal Parliament, KATMAI ERUPTION CAUSES WORRY REV. FORD IS PRESIDENT j St. Thomas, .Tuna llk-Jlev. 3. E. Clinton, succeeds Rev. R. I. Principal .of Alma College, as President of the Lon- don Methodist Conference; while Jiev. James Elford of Corinth, who has been first assistant secretary was promoted to the position of sec- retary- C. N. R. PUSHING ALBERTA LINES WILL BUILD 300 MJLES IN THIS 5650 MEN AT n'- 'dmphtph, Altn., June pro- mine-jaiL colossal, proportions, j in- volving the completion during 1912 of four hundred miles ot new truck on the-C.N.Ri main, line anil branches in j laying of 100 miles oi steel on the Onoway, Peace River branch, ilic completion of the Goose ;i Lake extension' to Calcarr bv Sep- r- "i- I fore tho close ot" to become to Southern Alberta what Banff is to Uie'middle section of the province. Tbe affair was the outgrowth of a feeling -entertained for some dine am- ong thu travellers of the Crow's Nest territory, that much good would come of a movement to get into closer touch and better acquainted with the .people _to Svhom tlwy sell. This sen- timent crystalized in the organiza- tion of an association among the tra- iion ai Hi Ui in. Tho members dmrlpr- be- lcano. The very considerable portion. of the Oli- ver branch anrS the Calgary-Vegre- ville branch, was outlined by Sir f Ham Slackenzie, president of the road, during his visit here. Sir William staCed that an effort would he made to complete the main line to thc Yel- lowhead during present season. He announced that a passenger ser- lava and atones were confronted with ihe problem of obtaining drinking water find food. AlPcrops were oij PRESBYTERIANS WILL GIVE AT- TENTION TO NEW TRICTS' Edmonton, Alta., June 11. Ton _____JW-1 superintendents will be named by the "Inch many depended inr general the present scs- Iled, resulting -in the sion to supervise ihe work in the pollution of the water supplv to such newer districts. A decision to take mi extent that there is great danger this step was received by the delc- of pestilence. gates this afternoon. Almost a dozen The destruction of, ihn wireless sta- men of the west protested that the BEUEVUE NEWS Bellcvue, June Mitchell, ag- ent for the new Maple Leaf townbite, has returned from a two weeks' visit j to his home, in Spokane. Alex. Gpyettc, of Frank, has taken charge ot the Crow's Nest .Pass 'Hardware C'o.'s store here for a few days, (luring the absence ''of H. Mc- Gowan, who is now iu the Frauk branch. Rev. 'H. Irwlo returned last j nighi, from Edmonton, where be has cuce. The Bellcvue people will be glad to hear that Mr. Invin has been sta Whcn yoii buy ask for matches THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASE HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF' STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have sat- isfied Canadians since no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull. Canada Really delicious Vegetable Soup. You put in-. the- flavor lidward's has made the stock for you. it an -Onion -Soup, Pea Soup, Potato Soup, as you and.use within tbe next. weeks the first alone the Canadian Northern has (Jatl men at work on railway construc- tion, and the'whole Dominion has more than men employed. KodiaK- makes it difficult .to 'number was for-the jrct news fo Scvvard, the nearest needs of the great undertaking., and .Uoncd here for anotller -vear- cable statldu, and it probably will be Urged that there should.bu a lar'se before communication and news increase. Overtures were made by Asplnall, of 'Lcthhriilge, who- niiise managLT. is a ItlUIUU-Sc- UVCt p I-I.L. iuaui for this nrl ing, spent a feiv InuirK in town yes terilay. j -J. Mclntyic, of in ton n toiiay, .registered at the Bellcvue ho UNIONISTS HOLD CONSERVATIVE SEAT as the stock tbe body the real food part. Edward's BROWN Soup is a thick, noonshmg soup stock prepared of prime beef and the finest -vegetables in divj granular form, ready to boil. EDWARD'S 36UPS save the trouble of raiting stock. -save money. -sa ye time no end of disagreeable work iu hot weather. tf. m And cheaper still in ijc. -and 25c. tins. EdntrM Jnitdttid H maA n thru Ttrait; H'km Ik Erstvtt Krwty n g thti, marnlunf tttip hrftmjfmk Tflt fthtr Ht.0 in fitrtty itt, bye-election held today .in tho constituency of Hythe Borough, resulted in the elec- tion of Sir Philip Saaoon. The fig- ures' were: Unionist, Liberal majority for Unionist, The bye-election-was--caused by tbe death of Sir Edward Sasoon, father of. the victorious candidate, who presented Hythe in the Commons since 1899. 'In the last General El- ection he was returned unopposed. PRESIDENT OF THE BAY OF QUINTE CONFERENCE Cobourg. June George II. Copeland, formerly of DeBeronto, who will probably go to Camnbellford next month, was.elected Preiioent of the Bay of Quinte Conference. 2000 W. H. E8COTT CO., WINNIPEG .Representative Manitoba, Sail' 'and Alberta PUBLIC A petition, which was large- iy signed by ratepayers of tho city -was handed to Mayor Hatch, late yeiterday after- 4 noon, asking that a meeting of the f.itizons be called to hear the represent- ativea of the gas companion tile bylaw amendments, which go before the people on July 3. Mayor Hatch, in accordance with the petition, hni calle-d a meeting for- Friday evening in the S. O. B. hall. John Bain, financial agont of the uai hKH announced his 4> intention of: prcacnt. Relief Measures tl'Psc it- was said j Washington, C.. June -judgment of the P-rcsbytcries from tares (or relief of Kqdiakians and thirty to fortv men were required at sufferers on "adjoining islands will be ncv- A- S. Grant, the gcn- i discussed by President Taft and Sec-cral deaf to the .ret.iiry Curtis treasury dc- appeals, saying tlint.thern was no partnicnt. provision in the budget for more than ar er' sccrclarj of Di Hen. There was. a. determination, he 0! A" 1S dolv" sai.1, i'n the church that the present 'c very and inadequate salaries of I the ministers be increased, and i June this would be done, fi this task j it was impossible in lias conducted, a jewelry, business in Frank, has moved his stock to nellc- vue, ;and this morning opened'up iu the new store at the end of Main street. j Hallworth1 returned io town fron, Medicine Hat last night.-. Mrs. Jas. Calian, of the liellevue hotel, left tliis morning on A two coast cities A. Flesettes, the miner who was injured on Siiuid is reported j doing well and. his recovery is I longer doubtful. I Miss .M. Keil, who has been staving with her cousin1; Mrs. Callson for sonic UK nths It is returned to Ji L home Hi u tdmonton Uta A-. Durijrook, Of Passnurg, lias op- rnid j shoe lepaimif; to Hart's butcher shop. DROWNED WHILE SWIMMING J. J. aged 27, was drown- ed while swimming near Alexandra. no HON. SAM HUGHES ATTACKS PELLATT Lhatfield, who for WATERLOO MAKES LOAN loan for a many yeais factori "H _. WINDSOR fERE'S a salt that won't Ml i it but t p 11 all ult ll there's nothing cleiiii, wboleiotuf "Enrrbodr mmni b.r, S.ll, .nd I dQi'l UiU itnn ffnU A.yolt.r kind of T.bl, Soil." we wouldn't wnnt to hurtle nnj other ult-we like to sell Salt kaow it wiUplcaseou r customcK fooliah enough'.to be addicted habit. Xiitgara Camp. Ont. the Hon. Sam Hughes spoke out to-i was undertaken, night on the suggestion of Sir Henry! his judgment to set apart more than M. P-allart that canteens be, restored I Un (or ,hc wotk o, supervision. "ij'tnar was possible that.in view of the sam that so long as.he is Minister of I Militia; the government, will not on s6vcral- ot' -bartender to soldiers wbo are undc.r.tak'c to raise rnqney in theic fiwn midst, and. engage pastors at large to meet the need. A most .pleasing event of the day's proceed- ings was Ihe- arrival- of- three repre- sentatives, of ,the Methodist .confer- ence of Allerla bearing the greetings of this hody; As a result of. tlie unanimous "ilecision nf thc a.sscmhly union as referred to by the moderator in the churches' un- ion question by the assembly yester- day, it appeared as though the visit- ors entered on a new fooling, ,iml the? welcome extended to them certainly nothing in'way or cordiality.! The delegation consists of Principal Hiddcll, 'of.'Alberta' College HBV. minister of the lead- ing McMiodist church of the city and the MnuDougalt Memorial and W. W. Cliown, .1 prominent citizen of Kd- monlon.-The assemhly rose to receive MIC visitors, and as they left .the pul- pit, all rose again ami joined in Hing- ing the hymn, "Blest be the tie that Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proutj emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking .Powder is uniform, [jure, Invariably dependable." Your gro- KINRADE HOUSE SOLD .-Hamilton, June 105 IJ-arlti- ncr ntrcet, llm scene of the .famous Kiurade .niiil'dcr, has been solU. i'OJU SALE ifV CO., LETUJiKIDOJ; ;