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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta j j- page 8 THE LETHBRinqE.DAILY HERALD TimrKilay, June 1012 Our Greatest June Sale of Meirs Clothing This Sale is Breaking All Former Records of Last Year's Sale by Hundreds of Dollars. Sale Commenced with about Seven Hundred Spic-Span New Suits. This is Being Greatly Reduced Each Day. Fashion-Craft Clothing at Prices Never Before Equalled Suits Fashion Craft oo Worsteds, plain and fancy tweeds, hand- some suits in all sizes and patterflj...... Suits Fashion Craft 75 Suits of highest quality, handsome'greys, browns, blues, checks, strlpos and fancy weaves, sizes for regular, stout or slender medium......... Suits Fashion Craft oo Brand new spring and summer suits, smart new worsteds, serges, Odd Lots of Men's Suits at '50 (MA50 bout fifty good and good looking gray or brown mixtures. Unusual Values Now in Men's Trousers'at Auto--Dusters Duck Trousers for Outdoor Sports' Hats: Panamas From Up. Plain Straws to Felt Hats, Stetsons and Hawes Von Gal. Women's Coats Much Under Price These are all fresh, new summer coats, of our regular good quality and up to the last word of fashion in every detail: ind Full Length Pongee Silks eiiy fitting The Garden and the Lawn Should he veil worked, well watered and well kept. It does not pay to try to "work with poor tools. Get good ones and work will become a pleasure. 'We have the de- pendable kind. GARDEN iu., "Planet" 50 ft., 3 ply, regular ?4.50 for. in., "Planet" 50 ft, 3 ply, regular J6.50 for in., "Leader" 50 ft., 3 ply, regular J6. 00 for ?4 in., "Leader" 50 ft., 3 ply, regular J7.00 for J6.25 FIXTURES EXTRA Garden Tools at Cost Grocery Specials KOOTENAY 5 pound assorted, Clearing at Silk Undervests 75c hanajome mce yoKe, sleeveless, 10, 50, 51 60, 20 pei- cent oft' these prices Cotton Voiles Grey, pink, pale blue, linen, striped and polka dot patterns, black, white; 27 inch. 1............ MERCERIZED colors, 25. cents to SUMMER white dimity, stripe and checks; small floral designs. Twenty-five cents to......... Tub Dresses All colors and designs; dainty fabrics, neatly trimmed, 53.00 Women's Shoes and Values, clearing' at -52.85 Black or tan shoe; with strap or lace. Corsets r.'D. One of the best selling lines; over-stocked Sheets and Pillow Cases SJ4- Sheets.................. Sheets, extra heavy 42 Pillows Cases 46 Pillow Oases.......... All Hemmed and Carefully Made Fresh Fruits STRAWBERRIES, fresh each day, 15c per CO CHERRIES, fresh each diiy, 25 cents per pound, ff O flH Per case.................... ORANGES. finert quality, per dozen, 25 cents 40 cents and 3UC LEMONS Per dozen................................ OOU Children's Wash Suits Plain colors and stripes, TnP nPfmPV T A I tH illC Lfvlilicy LI Wash Goods Section VALUES WORTHY OF NOTE Prints, per yd. LOe, loc. Gluirauteed 'fast colors English Cliiinibrny, per yard J5c. Scotch Ginghams, assorted stri pes-an d cheeks, per yard .White Testings, stripes, 'floral: designs, jilaiiv white'; or colors, to '45c. Outing Shirts Men Can ge( 'anil Soft Shli'ts 1'or 7.5c. and 50c. Splenlid look thorn over and find your Re- size before it is too hlte, 50 cents and lyC Cool Pyjamas of sheer 'cotton, without sUimpi ihuess 'anywhere; plain colors, some self sliipefa CO flft From 25 to Summer Waists 20 per cent of I' usual prices Ranging from to 56.00, prettily embroidered waists set-in sleeves, high -or1 low neck. RUSSIA OUTWITS THE OTHER GREAT POWERS Played Clever Diplomatic Buse in Chinese Loan Negotiations CAUSED A FLUKEY If Successful Would Be- come Dominant Power 1 in China London, Junft Paris con- ference, discussing the proposed loan .to-China, broke up yes- terday, with the sli Powers concern- Britain, the United States, !Prance, Germany, Russia and Japan, facing a most serious situation. Russia, which seemed a week ago, lo be in an almost impossible strateg- ic position, ia now apparently hold- Ing the whip hand. It IB learned that Russia, objecting to the refusal of thfl Powers to gnnt her a "privileged position'-in Mongolia and Northwu lisa on ber own account offered an Immediate advance tide over immediate expenses Japan, which stood by ;Russia in he latter's original demand -for spec- al ileges, has, In face of this new situation and of her betrayal by her former ally, accepted the nltiaiat- m of'the four Powers; and is Join- ng them to prevent China offer of Russia Tha conference up yeBterda> with every appearance, of a final end: ng. M A renewal, of the negotiations must depend on the answer of, China o the dcmanuVof the powers that -the luaaian offer must be refused. COMING'FROM HUNGARY hief, Secretary of the cultural Society, to Visit Leth- bridge 'Hon. Zolton SMIasiy, who is a mem- r of; Parliament of Hungary, and nlef 'Secretary rbf, the National; Agri ulturaJ Society, writes from Buda to -John T. Burns, secretary ..of le. International .Dry-Farming, Con- that ho will attend the great hero next October, and lat he will spend considerable time the .Investigation of, the agrlcul- Ufa! conditions in the United States nd Canada. Mr. Shilaisy wil) bring a largo umber of lantern slides and moving icture films and 'will be prepared o addrws the Congress on the mod rn agricultural methods In llun- arr Illustrating the game. Hungary has within a few years ocome a great, ngrlculturnl country 'hrough adoption ,pf methods it- has been found Mint !tho increaiteq rapidly [Criticised the Press (Continued -from front page) A Notable Lawyer C. F. Harris appeared, representing the women, in question, who did not appear in person on this occasion, and in asking for .dismissal, he took Occasion to direct remarks .a't the press and the liquor license depart- ment of 'the- same character as those of the court in dismissing the cases. AN EASY JOB ,The staff of one of the.government offices at Ottawa is. working from S.3Q a m till 2 p m daily and then quit ting for the day THE PEOPLES' FORUM THREE MILL MEN WERE DROWNED MAKING CENSUS OFFICIALS WORK CANUCKS INORDIN ATE DESIRE FOR INFORMATION OF VARIED NATURE Ottawa, June and desire for knowledge .-on..the ..part Canadians have assumed a tantaliz ing form as the census depart ment is concerned.for it is being dail; bombarded with requests for aimos that the brain of a man could devise conceivable type of miormation As" the details of 'tlic last census hav ber companv, men who picked not vet been published, Iho thirst for up the mill first started run- ledge ICIOWB apace on the par) EMPLOYEES OF KEWATIN LUM- BER CAMP UPSET A BOAT Kenora, Ont., June body of a man was fouml floating near Sir Daniel McMillan's camp and was brought, to Kenora by the town po- lice. This makes the third man found in the lake during the past three weeks and clears up the mystery -as to how they were drowned. AH three were the. Keewatin Lum- of the public. One Canadian wishes to MR, IVES EXPLAINS" Edttor -There seems to be a-report current-'on the -streets that had something to do with the exist ng passed in July, 1910. Permit me to say that I had nothing to do that I mem- ber of the council when it was intro- duced; or." and 'that as a rate- payer, I did _not vote for it. Yours truly, W.C The destruction of the house fly is a public duty Almost every American State Board of Health is carrying on a against him His filthy origia and habits, and the fact that body is generally laden with disease-producing germs, makes, him one of the greatest ene- mies of the human race. If the houwkeepcrs of Cinada.will WILSON'S FLY PADS ptnijtcntly, this ptnl will be tre- mcndovisly reduced uing. and all were strangers. They disappeared on May IGth, and their absence was not noted at the tune, iliildrrn betneui the age's o as none of tbcm was known locally, four, and five .there are iii the coun- and mill arc apt to moie jii, anxious as to the from one mill to another Aritbout much notice on Mav tho men took a canoe at Keewatin and started out on the lake ror a paddle .which must have ended in an as the- bodies indicate that the men were drowned. The -men so far as known were a Hebrew nanied Rand, whose body number of Mormon A.s'iyrianb in Can- ada, while a third wishes to the ratio existing between the num- ber of. divorces, In ISM. and is stated: at the department that officials, are" anxious to-give all information, also stated that some 'of desired is so abstruse and so complicated it would tjlc was found June 2nd flcfflingcr, who one with the wisdom of Solomon ami came from Green Springs, Ohio, i the patience of .lob to acquire it whos" bodv was found Juno 10th, and j Meanwhile, the work of compilation Turner, the man who was found, to-j is proceeding and the staff ot- esira dav It is not known where he came 'clerks has no! been reduced, hut mud] from. AIT three men bad on them iof the census.'work is at '.the same the numbered brass badges, given -by the Keewatin Lumber Co. to all their employees. The three men were seen on the lake on the even ug of May 30th, and their watches show that the drowning took place _at 12 o'clock. No held. IN TIME FOR VISIT TO LONDON .London, June- R. L. Borden has been elected a member of the Royal Colonial Institute. FAREWELL, TO' ALL Tvondon, June miral thp Flon, Algernon LH- tlctqn died yesterday In don, aged It was (hut followinj; mfasago be published: "Farewell to nil, my ship- mates, .of the lower deck as an the (juarterdeck time ncaring an end. Expect to Rush Work (Continued from front May Build Bridge Another unofficial rcnort. regarding intentions in the sotifii is to the effect that the G.T.P will build, a high fcvel bridge across the Helly Kiver. in (.lie vicinity of Lethbridge. How nmch of truth there may be in this ruinof cannot be as- certained, although