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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta r Sun's you in for GIRL MAY CONFESS New Fall Suits and Skirts just to hand Quebec, Aug. 5.-Ethel Leneve ha turned against Crippen and the auth ont.es here believe that she will con- soon. .She burst into rage wh-n nis name was mentioned. BLOODED INDIAN LOOKS LIKE WHITE MAN And Gets Drunk Frequently as a Re. Warned John Splicer, a fuUVbloocl Iroquois whoishere for the fair selling W' of East Hill. They .will remain about two Beach, Cal, Telegraph. Miss McLachlan and Miss OPodger of the Herald staff, went to Banff this morning to spend a week or ten days. Mrs. A. Olson and family are away siting relatives at Niche, North Da- ota, and St. Paul, Minn. They away about two months. Mrs. P. Revell and three daughters of Winnipeg, are visiting Mrs. C R corner Westminster and Lon- don Roads. NEWTON BEERS TO PLAY _., HERE NEXT MONDAY CUPID'S COURT A quiet hut pretty wedding took place on Miss Ma- mie Guess, one of Macleod's most pop- ular young ladies, was married to Mr John T. Doney, the popular jeweller of .that town. Rev. -Mr. Boyle of the Kr-eshyteriah church officiated, and after the ceremony the -wedding part? indulged in a delightful repast -before leaving on the afternoon train for Banff and Laggan, where the happy couple -will spend their .honeymoon. Curing Mr. Doney's absence W S Anderton will attend to his jeweln- The Ladies' Store CLARKE GO. Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block New Golfers, Cor- etc., just to hand The Last Day Brings You The Most Important _ _____ News Of AIL OUR FIRST-GREAT ANNIVERSARY SALE ENDS TO-MORROW WITH Rousing Week-End Specials Featuring the Lowest Prices ever quoted on Summer Wear to effect an immediate and sweeping clearance movement will possess still more energy! more snap and go, more bargain offerings A dramatic treat is in 'store for the people of Lethbridge as Viaduct m. 53, I. O. O. F.? has secured the famous dramatic New- ton Beers, for 'August 8- he will give the well-known" 'fraternal play "David and Jonathan" -'in the Majestic theatre. For many years he was, and is, one the foremost artists of-the dramatic 'stage. During the past decade he has devoted his superb histrionic genius to the individual interpretation of the -masterpieces -of -both sub- lime and humorous. Mr. Beers has a life study of "The 'Comedy, as Balzac so aptly call's the passing show of this great world's stage. To see Mr, Beers is to be im pressed with the fact that hi repro- duction of character is remarkable in this respect. The lasting impression lie makes upon his audiences comes from his volatile mimetic ability, a voice of remarkable range and reason- ance, and his rare pantomimic skill, give to his entertainments a naturalness that makes them real and lifelike. MR. McKENZIE'S CONDITION Claresholm, Aug. from -Macleod just received as the Review going to press indicated that there was no change in the condition of Mr. Malcolm McKcnzie. 31. -P. P. for 'Claresholm. Mr. McKenzie seems" to (be neither better nor worse. His case is puzzling the doctors somewhat He is partly, unconscious at times and the outcome is extremely doubtful. His many friends will join in hoping for'a speedy turn for the better. TWILIGHT CHAT If one has a set of coral beads from babyhood, that is too short for a grown-up neck, they may .be strung gold or silver-beads with charm- ing effect. The pink looks particularly -well with silver, and the necklace may be strung alternately or there can be three coral .'beads to one silver. With a lingerie frock, a coral neck- lace and link pins caught in cuffs, and at back of collar give a ibecomin- touch of color. A ib'ib pin, which used to foe the thing to give to 'babies, is just -what the modern girl wants to pin her ja- bot. So if you are too young to have struck the earlier coral era in your own youth, go on a rummaging- tour through your mother's jewel frox and you may ,be the lucky finder of some interesting .bits of the favorite jewel- ry of the moment. All Parasols and Sunshades, extra special for tomorrow only__ AT 1-4 OFF Hurry down to-morrow method of merchandising9, ?t by reason of its prom, were never more Ally rate of izmg more keenly conditions that -nXS hey are r'9ht are scrutin- T TT SALE IS NCAR1NS 'TS FAIL TO BE HERE TOMORROW dean n, ..he stocks Md to All hand Bags, including tne yery newest shapes, extra specialfor tomorrow, AT 1-4 OFF 25c White Dress Mus- lins, worth up to Lovely qualities in fancy stripes, checks and Swiss spots, very dainty for dresses and children's wear. 25c Excellent Quality Hosiery, worth up to Extra fine, splendid weight cottons, plain or ribbed, sizes 8.1-2 to 10 ins. All colors, guaran- teed fast dye. _ _ your share while pickings are plentiful and assortments good 25c Fancy Neckwear, worth up to Stocks, jabots, Dutch collars and silk or satin bows, in a great variety of newest novelties. FOUR LIVES LOST IN HOBOKEN. New York, Aug. lives were lost in a fire which only -partially de- stroyed a frame dwelling in West Hoboken, jr. J., late last night The victims were: Mr. and Mrs. Biassetti and their children Paul and John, respectively eight and four years old. The family were trapped on the second floor when the fire started on the first floor. DAILY RECIPE Boiled one cupful of rice -well three or four times in cold water, then put it-in two or three quarts of iboiling water and add three teaspoonfuls of salt; boil hard about :ifteen or twenty minutes; take from the fire and thoroughly drain, then set it uncovered in the oven or on :back of stove about twenty minutes; shake it now and then; put in dish. add a lump of butter to melt-over the rice, and serve hot These direc- tions, carefully followed, -will result, in a light, feathery dish of this most nutritious cereaL S2.25 Newest Tailored Waists, worth up to y handsome, perfect fitting styles in.p.ure linens, and lawns, every one new this season. 25c Fancy Headwear, worth up to Barettes, side and back combs, turban barettes and pins and many other useful novelties included in this special lot. 95c ists, worth up to or plain shint SuPPorters, worth 40c The Last of the Wash Suits and Dresses We expect to see the last of these tomor- row, so you would be wise to come early. 9Sc New worth Perfect fitting models, long Directoire style, medium bust, has two pair of supporters, front and sides, sizes 18 to 28 25c Fine Lisle Gloves, worth up to Black, tan, gray, old rose and white, shown in exceptionally nice qualities, finished with two domes at -wrist 75c ;New Motor Veils, worth Every wanted color to choose from in light and dark shades, hemstitched ends, lock-stitch size 20 x 75 ins. 25c Fine Lisle Vests, worth up to Lovely qualities, open .or closed fronts, beautifully -trimmed heavy crochet lace Wide Silk Ribbon, worth-35c 45c Silk Lisle Hosiery, regular 65c Beautiful ankles or drop stitch, all colors, spliced heels and toes, full fashioned, double top. 25c Wv Sh Belts' worth "P to 4 Y and braided designs 30c Pure Linen Suitings, regular 45c The new coarse weave, so popular this season, full 36 ins. wide, shown in colors .tan, wisteria, rose, old rose and sky. 45c Lisle-and Silk Gloves, worth to up Tans, grays; old rose, black and white, double tipped, excellent qualities finished with two domes at wrist. A TRAVELLING TRIANGLE. Toronto, Aug. travelling triangle -of solid gold, which -was sent out on its journey around the world by the St Patrick's Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, No. 145, Toronto, has been stalled for some time in Chi- cago. It has !been in New York, Ohio, Michigan, Minneapolis, and is now in waiting- a send of. It -will -be brought .back to Toronto, and sent east through the provinces, and down the east coast of the United States or across to England. The triangle go to Don't Take Our Word For It We may be prejudiced. Be your own judge. Buy today a packet of Win. Porter, proprietor of -the Ar- lington Hotel, Baroness Road, is go- ing to commence at once on the erec- tion of a three-story hotel on. lots 10 and 11, block 6, at the corner of Smith and Baroness streets and ad- joining the present hotel. The new, place will be known as the New Ar- lington. It is to cost in the neigh borhood of The building, which is to be of briqk with stone facings, will con- tain five stores on the ground floor facing Smith street. The hotel of- fice, bar, dining room and so forth also be on the ground floor. Up- stairs will be 60 bedrooms. The ho- tel will be fitted with electric eleva- tor and also its own ice and refriger- ating plant. The old building is to be remodelled and used as an" annex, -ft contains 57 rooms, so the two buddings together will contain one hundred and seventeen rooms. MONEY FOR THE CHURCH FUND FOR CANADA. London, Aug-. 4.-Up to the present have .been subscribed to the Canada Fund started the Archbish- ops of 'Canterbury and York, and of- large increase. The Bishop Of ford has become chairman in connec- tion with fund and Canon Beal Regina, Aug. racing pro gramme at the Provincial Fair afford ed another excellent afternoon's spor secretary. Jt is _ move forward will he made shortly. A GOOD-HEARTED LUMBER KING Ottawa, Aug. 4.-J. R. Boothj Qt_ tawa's lumber king, has paid his men their wages in full for the time they out of work during the Grand Trunk strike -when his mills had to be ctosecl down. His men met at noon thanked Air. two grand stands to overflowing. Specially good sport was provided in the class, which was won hy Lamona, owned by J. B. Stetson, of The same owner also cap- tured the class with Kootenay. is summary of results: 2.20 pace; 2.15 trot, purse J. B. Stetson, Cal- gary 111 today and publicly Booth for his gift EASTERN METHODISTS HEADING FOR VICTORIA oL John, -N. B., Aug. 4.-Sixty-two delegates from the Maritime Provn- ces and Xew Foundland leave to- -----WUM. icft v c night to attend the Methodist Gener- al Conference in Victoria. 'Pathfinder, A. E. Vance, Leth bridge 9 4 3 'King's Parole, J. Dompier, of Prince Albert 3 4 2 W., C. A. Holswonh, of Moose Jaw 4 2 4 Governor Ramsay, J. F. Ken- nedy, Saskatoon 5 5 2-30 pace, 2.25 trot, Kootenay, Stetson, Calgary ..i i Jean Brino. Hunter Hamill, of i i w London, July Bernhardt became uj. sOILf JM.aU- rice Bernharat, gave birth to a daugh---I SPECIAL _FOR_ SATURDAY Dr. Forbes, A. M. Shaw, Delor- and if you don't find it satisfactory your mon ey will be promptly refunded by your g AMERICAN ANNOYED BY CANADIAN CRITICISM and operations the Sub- ject of Discussion at Conference New York, Aug. 4.-F. P. Wilston's Paper contrasting divorce in cSl the United States at th< law conference read divorce is obtained in the Lmted States where divorce had hecome a prime necessity of iffe, divorce mJcroDft Tht be t serious. In the subsequent dis- cussion Coppas Brafnerd. New York- expressed irritetion at the Canadian' cnticism of his country which was founded on insufficient information is for sale at J. D. Higinbotham Co. Ltd. Alberta Drug and Book Co. ASK THEM ABOUT IT. It Xever Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. Is not a dye. Philo. Hay Spec. Co., Newark N T U. S. A. aine.................. 3 3 Time: 2.25 1-2: 2.23 1-2; 2.24 1-2. Six furlongs dash, Jim Mallady. Geo. Finch, London Ont.......-.............. Blondy, X. 1C Moody, Vancouver.. Triloba, V. Smirh, Two-year-olds. 4 1-2 furlongs- Baroness Dixon, T. C. Cummings, Brandon .v. Brandon... Moscow. R. M. Dale, Qu'Appelle... 2 Drawer Drester with stand complete, like cut jLi and 50c bottles, at PROMINENT AMERICAN- FINANCIER IS DEADJ, Mohonk Lake, X. Y., Aug. ward Silliman of Xew York, president of the Fourth Xatlonal Bank of Xew York, president of the New York Clearing House and the State Cham- ber of Commerce, and president of the Panama Railroad Company, died this 3 Drawer with stand plete, only WE MEET ALL SALE PRICES AND GO ONE BETTER FOR SATURDAY LethbridgeFurnitureCo. Ford St. Opposite Fire Hall ;