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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBKIIXSK DAILY HERALD Thursday, June 27, Our Cakes Cost More! There's a reason, they're worth more. Try them and you'll have no other Union Bakery _ Wm. -Peebles, 1482, Cor. 8th Ave. and 12th M. Scuth. An Advertiser's Earnest Request to All of the Readers of Advertising BY J. R. HAMILTON Formerly Advertising Manager of Wanamiker'i Philadelphia In spite of "all Its advertising is many times over llic cheapest_ method of marketing goods. Practically eierv sianddtid thmgoou huj is aa advertised ar tide. And it is always cheaper because it is advertised. The vol- ume'and the distribution more than make up for the advertising cost. You can'l send a salesman around from 'door to door.as 'cheaply, as1 you'.can a.newipaper. If i you-would only learn to read consciously and even eagerly an automobile manufacturer or a clothing merchant or a shoe store has to say about its product you would bring1, down the cost Of each article Immeasurably. After.you- have read what a man has to say for hia product, whether he-be or a manufacturer, then you measure the up against his cliims for them, and In a very short time 3 on know'where to get the best of everything fHi so simple v Ft is such a money saver, it is such a time- Bmer. And since good thing jou do bitv through' advertising, whether jou know it or no-t, why not look -for the ad- vertising instead of making it constantly look for you. If jou do this the whole problem will be simplified immed- this is done, the selling cost of will ayain be lowered, and you, the buying public, will ha the ones to gain Ihe benefit Advertising as it U, is a so much cheaper method of aaleaman- ship, that the non-advertiser clinging on hy his Bo think how- much cheaper every product is going to be, when the cost of selling is again reduced and you learn to turn willingly to the ads. Beside-o the ado appearing on the inside pages of this paper, there are smaller ones appearing every day in the year cm the back page. Get the habit for jour own sake and read all these ads. daily. K. C. VS. SIR JOHN SIMON jCanadian ContMtmg Seat in Devon- I ahire Agalntt of the Government A London letter Caaadlaus provide most of the sensa- tions in English political life, and everyone is now wondering at the daring of Harry Symons, K, C., of Toronto." who- has been chosen by the [Unionist parri to oopose Sir John Simon the solicitor- general, at Wai een a Canadian premier. In fact out- side of Oliver Mowat in Ontario bin record for 'continuous pwmierahip probably exceeded: that of any. other sla'tesjiian then in power In. the entire EAnplre. Hauluin Bmiled at the boys' confusion, and gave them a hearty In- vitation lo visit him If to be in the.neighborhood of the ter- ritorial capital. Four Days in Qtubt Haiiii.in '.he nritish premier who for tour days af- ter an election did not know whether or not his government had .been sus- tained. His -territorial constituency was at Fort McLeod, In. the shade of tbe Hcckiei, and each election he 'to ipsiid the list few days there and receive the reiulli-ln that town. On this particular election day a great flood bore down from ,the Rock- iei ami aiirrotinded the district. ery wire wan down and every train wag .tailed. Tour days' work wai ne- ceaury railway lint was' MAKE BIG PROFITS OUT OF THE DEAL Hamilton, June Is'.learned that the basis'on'which Sir William Mackenzie.secured the Dominion Pow- er, Transmission all.' iti hold- ings was 125 for preferred stock, :11.0 for limited preferred and_ 100 for common. Approximatelj is Involved in which'will .be finally closed shortly. The present management will remain m charge until all stock is paid up It is un- derstood that some of stock- holders of the old company will pnr- chaw stock in new company. -A number, of the My holders will draw from to each out of the. deal. TWO ST. KITTS St. June St. Citharin'en women, it has just: been ascertained, lost their lives in the sinking of the dock at Eagle Park in Grand Island, Niagara river, Sun- day. Thw are Mrs Jonn Gallagher and her daughter, Mrs., Edward ;Weat- phdl Their bodies have been iecov- ered. HANNA NOT DOING TO LEAVE Toronto, June the Mall and (Empire, Sir James Whitney positively that Hon. J; Hannn will not teave the Ontario government lo "become chairman' of ,.the Railway Commission. OBJECTS OF OVERSEAS Related by Evelyn Wrencl at the Reception at Riverview Members pi ttic local Overseas clu ith their wives, mustered in tul toice last evening on tlic grounds c Rivcrvicw, kindly lent (or Die oeci sion by Mr. and Mrs. Conybearc t tfc the acquaintance of Mr. lively Wrcncli and bis sister. The city bani was'in aUericiance, and across' vh side'of the refreshment.tent was played a laritc Union-.lack, the out- ward and visible sign of, the chief ain of the nameh, to mcul cate the. ideals of .Imperialism. Whei puclimimu'y introductions w-er Conybearo announced lha1 Mr. Wrench, who was well known npi onlv ;is foiimltVr of tbe Overseas club but ah exponent of Imperialism would address the Speaking to bis audience Mr. Wrencl expressed his delight in the fact that the. LethbridRC club had shown al along what an Overseas club ouph' to be.! Its organization was more fif- ficient that that of the clubs in Mont- real and Toronto. It was well of Calgarv. When at Quebec'he was received bv IT. R. R. the Duke .of Conriaught.. who expressed great in- terest ia the Overseas clu'j movement. .Storv of Foundation The of an Overseas club arose with the-late Cecil -Rhodes. While staying at Ottawa with Lord Grey, the speaker was shown a docu- ment Britten by Mr Rhodes at the age -ot 23 which, in considering the different aims, of life, expressed the witness' conviction that the true con- clusion was of h man's life or his country. With this aim he hought that there should be a secret society for preserving the sentiment if Imperialism "Win said Vtr. Wrench to Lord Grev, ''let it be pen." Hence the genesis of the or- ganization. Lord through he Daily'Mail, had done much to urther the movement.- The cluh to- lay was the strongest patriotic so- net} outbids of Britain A Misconception The.idea that the cluh'was merely n Old Countrv institution was rrong For, though the bulk of its members British horn, there was a large number of Canadians moDgst its members On the Am- ncan continent there uere 350 stretching from the Falk- and Islands to the .Yukon. The dis- inctivc feature of the club was no lass- distinction. It was nd non-sectarian. One of Its Uses In Canada it used its influence in novmg picture slides, endeavoring to ause theatre proprietors to use as lany British and'Canadian slides as ossible. He was not express.ng any nti-American feeling, at Jdmonton, he struck with the redommance of Vmcncan slides iown The club sought 10 bring to ie knowledge of those who dwelt in lanada, British and Canadian natipn- I incidents. He was informed by ie manager of the Bank 01 Mont eal, formerly of Raymond, now at askalooD, that there were people m !at mond did noi k'tuw what as the 'national fldg. Wise Men and Women DO NOT BUY SHOES BY THE1 buy by the year. They figure .on paying 10 much per annum footwear. We like to cater to people like that. meant that we have to deliver the quality it our strong point. Onlythe highest quality therefore' carried at this store In the latest styles. WHETHER YOU BUY SHOES BY THE YpAIl OR BY. THE FOOT we can >ou airthe atjle that It is pos- sible to secure at the price j ou paj. Come in today and !at us show you a few of these pairs. Then leave your old ones to be repaired. Creation 9? Mmpathy The corict-ponilcnce section of the igan of the cluh, the Chcijeas Dailj :ail, was instnmieiital in creating a mpathj heUeea the membcra of fe Overseas. Dominion, and in one had ahout a marriage etueen'a man of Vancouver and a residing m South Hah through ;lier the matter of The Question n Canada" caiinoc continue as a self-, spcctmg nation iintier a do-nothing i to icmnin as a part of the mpire ii hat! lo do something dciencc Dangei to the Empire, om Germanj had bfnn the First Loill of the ftds Mta' to Lanaila thai it should ahzc its icsponsihility in the ter of taking a faharc in the naval program The Overseas cluh con da> good bv causing this to be re- membered The Empuc is not. vet effete, there is hislon for it still ahead In the making ot this new histon Canada nil! plav an import- ant part Heritdfjq-of Empuc The traditions of a thousand jears belonged pans of the Empire Chili and the phrase "the'word of a Huron" TUIS used clinch a bargain I his icp" tation had lo he Incd up to hy the people counlrv which com- posed ihe British Empire 'The sneaker concluded an Interest- ing address In reciting the List of DoUc s "Message from the BufK To supplement, the three cheers ami a' tiger pncn, came the tumbling of thundcL. and the flashes of lis.hi.nnm "lj- t tr _. Then o stampede into the interior of Riven lew, and the wclco'ue Innnf.ill of sheets of rain. 'It this wou'lil ai- wavs be the outcome of an adilrcss from Mi Wrench, independent of his personality, he he a i nice wel- come usitor to'Lcthhndge vLcn ram is desired. ST. BONIFACE HAS .ANOTHER FIRE IT, IS BELIEVED THAT INCENDIAR.> ieS ARE RESPONSIBLE June the second pie a week the. Catholic church in SI nominee, has suffered heayih from lire Last Saturdaj- night the new St Joseph convent was badl; gutted, Ihe loss'hemg OQO. This fire broke out in a new seminan being erected near the cathedral and before the. flames were subdued damage amount- ing lo had .been, -done Th building is, of stonc( and the were not damaged to am''extent, th loss mcuircd in the mteno and domes The seminary leen completed in ahout K montji 'H IE believed the fires were caused by incendiaries, and the police are mak- ing- an investigation The lossei cohered bv insurance f DIED AT STETTLEB Baud McKay of Palmerston of appendicitig nhile on a Vjlfiit to hll son at Steelier, Alta. i For Short or Medium Figures o. T1S i. kmtllltWtr 01 Ma IM trip, Ik. H form, of CmmtOim (Tto b wfcr H 7 bBawrtwl oonvn u4 It h lor ttw tmt TMa trm- bi..d with Ike looie lit ol tk. tk. tk. wkick b HI to.lkt .ft.r ky WOOT.V. TMa .ortel in Frnok covlil, twimmti vM rfltk.a bool tmt dnwHriHf. II n l.4 nlirilr wHk tmfimi aUH ..4 itaffti wIMk til. L: Dire ?1! K'.t br h wW W m4 I.Hf to .1 f 4.M. LM< mtr IXT4, tfcia wM ia hlr MM M Inm M.W i. The Dominion Corset Company Quebec ti the CcMnted DI A 710 ;