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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THF/LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, .Tune 12,1�12 I f i I 1 I 'O have two or three corsets * in constant use is really ait economy. The newest one should be reserved for dress occasions. A second one may be chosen especially to wear with tailored suits. The third and oldest one gives perfect freedom and comfort while attending to household duties. COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS ENTERTAIN CUSTOMERS CORSETS are made in a variety of models to meet the requirements of every costume and every figure. For the well-developed figure we recommend Models No. 619, Now 633, and No. 505. Sold by the best stores everywhere in Canada. Write for book of new styles to CromptoD Corset Company, Limited, Toronto. MR. WILLIAM GRAY GOES WEST London, Ont., June 11.-Mr. William Gray, of London, leaves � for the West next week, and ruiy take up hiss permanent residence in California. Mr. Gray is president of three oil and mining companies, which operate in the Pacific State, and these interests require his presence on the spot. He has been for some years the President of" the Conservative Association ,in London, and on two occasions unsuccessfully contested the riding against Hon. Charles Hy-_man for the Federal Parliament. REV. FORD IS PRESIDENT � St. Thomas,' June. ll^r-Rev. J. E. Ford, of Clinton, succeeds Rev. R. I. Warner, Principal . of Alma Colfege, St. Thomas, as President of the London Methodist Conference; while ( Rev. James Elfo"u of Corinth, who has been first assistant secretary was promoted to the position of secretary. Really delicious Vegetable Soup. You put in the flavor - Howard's has made the stock for you. - -Make it an Onion Soup, Pea Soup, Potato Soup, as you will-and use as the. stock-.the body-the real food part. Edward's BROWN Soup is a thick, nourishing soup stock-prepared of prime beef and the finest vegetables-in dry, granular form, ready to boil. EDWARD'S SOUPS save all the trouble of making stock -save money-save time-save no end of disagreeable work iu hot weather. .  .Se. a package And cheaper still in 15c. and 25c. tins. 'BdntriV imuotti Sea* u mtdt in thru >aritiiti-Brnvni Torr.ate{ Wkitt. Tic Ertrnntiri'ty h * thick, muriMng smf> frtftted from bat beef and frith "wgttmiUi. Till tthtr ntie art purely tcgittblt laupu C. N. R. PUSHING ALBERTA LINES WILL BUILD 300 MILES IN THIS YEAR-HAVE 5650 MEN AT �V WORK j ""Edmonton, Alta., June 11.-A pro-granjmc^aL. colossal, proportions, involving the completion during 1912 of four hundred miles of new track on liiain. line and branches in \ Alberta�-and-tbe laying of 100 miles of steel on the Onoway Peace . River branch, the completion of the Goose Lake extension to Calgary by September or October, of the Brazeau line "of the Calgary-Macleod line before the close of the year, and of a very considerable portion of the Oliver branch and the Calgary-Vegre-ville branch, was outlined by Sir William Mackenzie, president of the road, during his visit here. Sir William stated that an effort would be made to complete the main line to the Yel-lowhead during the present season, lie announced that a passenger service on the Edmonton-Athabasca Landing branch would be provided within the next, few weeks, the first train being put on probably on Dominion Day, July 1st. In Alberta, alone the Canadian Northern has 5,-j U50 men at work on railway construe- 1 tion, and the whole Domijiion has more, than 20,000 men employed. , KATMAI ERUPTION CAUSES WORRY UNIONISTS HOLD CONSERVATIVE SEAT Seattle, Wash.,. June 11.-The ac-rival of the tug Printer at Seward', Alaska with* thfeY first '(authentic despatch of condition? existing on K/>-diak and adjoining islands as a result of the eruption of Katmai, confirms the belief here that the suffering among the people is acute._ A message"frbni Captain 'Perry, of the revenue cutter Manning to the associated press is to th oc-e individual put it, was enjoying a very lively funeral. . The occasion was the first annual gathering of the Crow's Nest Pass Pedlar's association, composed of the knights of tho grip who cover this territory for the wholesale houses and* manufacturing firms of the country, for the purpose of distributing sunshine on gloomy days, and incidentally to supply the various communities and industrial concerns with their requirements in the matter of utilitarian wares all and sundry in character. It was an occasion uf considerable significance, as it not only served to demonstrate very effectually that Frank is not yet entirely erased from the'map, but it brought into distinct reli-j-: that the Rocky .Mountain Sanatorium is not only becoming a very ' popular resort, but that it is destined ! to become to Southern Alberta what I Banff is to the middle section of the province. The affair was the outgrowth of a feeling entertained for some time among the 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 whom they sell. This sentiment crystalized in the organization of an association among the travellers allotted t6 this particular ter-; ritory, known" as' the Crow's Nest 1 Pass Pedlars" association, and a de-; cision to rhold the first annual con-; vention and baauuet of the associa- tion at the Rocky .Mountain Sanatorium. The association members chartered the Sanatorium outright for Saturday und Sunday, i eluding all its accommodations for .edibles, drinkables and sleepnhles (heavy oil the drinkables and piano on the sleep-abi|r-s), and invited the gentlouven with whom they do business to bo their guests for' the two days, with only one restriction imposed-that no one but the association should pay for anything. Phut the affair was a success of very lurgv proportions It is quite needless to asseverate, which the dictionary says means to affirm solemnly. lu full serious vein it may be said thai the affair was a most pronounced success. As oue guest put it. it is doubtful if thv firms represented could have devised another meuns of spending a like amount of money or even many times the same amount that would have brought as handsome returns as may be expected from this undertaking, and there is little doubt that, it will have the effect of enabling the travellers to realize the wish expressed by II. C. Berry, in responding to the toast of the pedlars, when he said that he hoped that In'future the traveller calling on a cubitimer would not have to cool his heels while ho sent iu his card, but that the office boy would always be instructed to say to the tvaveller that the manager was in. While tho initial convention and banquet was largely injfthe hands of the machinery salesman, and their guests, -.'or that reason, were chiefly from among the operators, the result was so satisfactory that in future all travellers who make the Pass are expected to participate, and the next convention is expected to be on a much larger scale. The members of the association were so gratified with the treatment accorded them by .Manager Vinet, of the Sanatorium, and with the general efficiency in catering to their wants, that they voted unanimously to hold the next convention also at the Sanatorium. The committee, which had charge of the arrangements was composed of H. T. Lloyd, chairman: S. A. Williams, secretary; T. M. Simpson. E. C. Guilbaiilt, . T. Dojm, H. C. Berry, A. O. Wilson and A. V. Lang. ELLISON'S " OUR BEST " FLOUR Ask any cook what makos*'Hour acein best. The answer will be that it is the flour which bakes the finest bread and cakes with the least, amount of trouble -and \v;aste: That means this flour. Send for a trlaj sack today and test It for yourself. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. .MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH Whole Meal Bread The -Duly Place You Can Get It-It's Different. Healthful, rich, Nutritious "OUT OF TOWN'TRADE SUPPLIED DAILY" Union Bakery Wm. Peebles, Prop.-Phone 1482, Cor. 8th Ave. and 12th St. South. London, June 11.-The bye-election held today In the constituency of Hythe Borough, resulted in the election of Sir Philip Sasoon. The figures' were: Unionist, 3,722; Liberal, :;,004; majority for Unionist, 1,718. The bye-election was-caused by the death of Sir Bdward Sasoon, father of ? ?   ?  Niagara Camp, Ont., June 1J.-Col. the Hon. Sam Hughes spoke out tonight on the suggestion of Sir Henry .M. P-sllatt that canteens be restored in military camps. Hon. Mr. Hughes said that so long as he is Minister of Militia, the government will not act as a bartender to soldiers who are foolish enough U> be addicted to the habit. It is on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in quality - raised by merit alone to that proud eminence - Alberta's Best Baking , Powder is uniform, pure, fresh-it is Invariably dependable* Your grb-cerknows, it-ask him. TEN SPECIAL MEN ENGAGED t-~- PRESBYTERIANS WILL GIVE AT-TENTION TO NEW DISTRICTS Edmonton, Alta., June 11. - Ten superintendents will be named by the general assembly,at the present session to supervise the work in the newer districts. A decision to take this step was received by the delegates this afternoon. Almost a dozen men of the west protested that the number was quite ..-insufficient for the needs of the great undertakings and ( urged that there should be a large i increase. Overtures were made by .several Presbyteries on the subject, , and in these it- was said that in the ! judgment of the Presbyteries from thirty to forty' men were required at , once. Rev. Dr. A. S. Grant, the gen- ! eral superintendent,- was deaf to the appeals, savin?; that there was no provision in the budget for more than j ten. There was- a determination, he said, in the church that the present very low and inadequate salaries of I the ministers luust be increased, and 1 ' this would be done. If this task } ; was undertaken, it was impossible in j his judgment to set apart more than ; ten men for the work of supervision. .It was possible that in view of the 1 dfcls'oii several of the. Presbyteries j will undertake to raise money in their I own midst, and engage pastors at darge to meet the need. A most 'pleasing event of the day's proceed-I ings was the arrival of three representatives, of the Methodist conference of Alrerla bearing the greetings of this body. As a result of the unanimous decision of the assembly regarding union as referred to by the moderator in the churches' union question by the assembly yesterday, it appeared as though the visitors entered on a new fooling, and the wlcomc extended to them certainly lacked nothing in way or cordiality. The delegation consists of Principal Riddell, 0f Alberta College ; Rev. .fames Hughson, minister of the leading Methodist church of the city and the MacDougall Memorial ; and W. \V. Chown, a prominent of Edmonton. The assembly rose to receive the visitors, and as they left the pulpit, all rose again and joined in singing the hymn, "Blest be the tie that hinds." BELLEVUE NEWS Bellevue, June 11.-H. Mitchell, agent for the new Maple Leaf townsite, lias returned from a two weeks' visit to his home in Spokane. Alex. Gpyettc, of Frank, has taken charge of the Crow's Nest Pass Hardware Co.'s store here for a few days, during the absence of R. Mc-Gowan, who is now in the Frank branch. Rev. W. *H. Irwin returned last night from Edmonton, where he lias been attending the Methodist Conference. The Bellevue people will be glad to hear that Mr. Irwin has been stationed here for another year. V. Aspinall, of I.cthbridge, who-was formerly mine manager, is a visitor in the camp today. f.\ M. O'Brien, M.P.P. for this riding, spent a few hours in town yesterday. J. Mclnlyre, of Taber, is in town today, registered at the Bellevue hotel. .1. A. Carter, secretary of District IS, U.M.W. of A., is down from Ferine today. A. Chatfield, who for many years When you buy ask for e"lii;l6an f10,000 for a new box factory. |ERB'S a salt that won't ' cnTc e ' - WINDSOR TAB^E SAW'". "No Ma'am, there's nothing in it but salt-just pure, clean, wholc*utu� lalt-aod �01 nJt" "Evnrbody umiwi hmrm mm* WiacW Salt, and I cWt believ* Uii* itwacMlld mU ��/ elbar kind of Tabla Salt" "No Ma'am, we wouldn't want to handle any other salt-we like to sell Windsor Salt because we know it will please our customers" KINRADE HOUSE SOLD -.-Hamilton, June 11.-No. 105 Hsrki-ner street, the scene of the famous Kiurade .murder, has been sold. 1Oil SALE B% �liQ.HEKl< & CO., LEXHliKIDttU ;