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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD "ALL CARS STOP AT CORNER STORE" A Sample Lot of Pretty Waists At Values Worth Hurrying After must sec those beant'iful waists to fully appreciate the un- iisiial values and superior 75 sample waists for 75 early shoppers. aSTo two :alikosand every, waist crisp and new from fac- tory. These samples represent the last word in American .style, and were secured :by us as a sample, lot. to order from. They are fully 1-3 Jess than reg'iilar.values. This is .your chance to buy high grade waists at factory prices. White Marquisette Waists and Fancy Lawn Waists, White Sailor Waists Fancy Peplum Waists, All Over Embroidered Waists and White Voile Waists Every Waist Marked From! 7gc to Less Than Usual Choose and Varieties Are Best NEMO CORSETS, made for; stoutvfignrea, different styles, ra lug In special values at ?6, 54.50, 54 171 Kustfnxf WARNER'S RUST-PROOF CORSETS, are of the best corsets raanufacturEd 11 the United States pair gnaianteed 18 lo fitty "G Price CROMPTON'S "A'-t-A GRACE" fitting corset, well known to all Canadian women. AH sizes. Special value: -1 -Sift 52.00, and ewU LA VOGUE COR8ETS-T-A French corset, made especially for r.fl. Three especially good, models. _ Sizes 'IS to 26. Prices 51.25, 95c and if v BIAS FILLED DORSET filled with whalebone i confer a r and ihle corset in shoit and medium lengths All (F Qif1 S3.50, and Reduced Prices on Sheetings Extra twilled- English Sheeting full bleached 72 in wide, regular' value 50c. 39c Turkish Bath Towels Less A splendid .valuer-at-35c pair, 18 x 36 inches; .colored bor- der, gjood weight, 50 pairs -to clear Satiirda> 25c Pure Silk Hose 'on Sale Just 5 doien of these pure iilk hc-se. in black only; double gartor foot, heel and toe. A regular 75c, lioso aii> place, two sites onlj, 50c WhitejUslc Gloves Must Go Too many, 35c short lisle gloves in >vhite, tan and grey. Saturday's .'price will move them out 25c Wide Silk Hair Ribbons Again Another lot of those pure ailte good widths for hair ribbons. All the new shades, 121-2C Some of the New Fail Goods Received .This Week Relindo Shoes for Women, New Fall Suits and Coats Sweaters and Knit Goods Walk-Easy Shoes for Men, Working Gloves for Men, Blankets and Comforters MILADI EDITED iY JflNO" Office, 1224 1111 A CREED Let me bo a little kinder, Let me be a little bllndor To the, faults of those iibont mo, Let ill p' praise- more; Let me be when -.'I am weary, Just a little bit more cheery, Lot mo. serve a 'little better, Those that lam striving for. Let roe be a little braver temptation bids me waver. Let me strive a 'little harder, To be all that I should bo; Let me be a little meeker With the brother that is weaker; Let 'me think more of my neighbor Ami a little less ..of me. Lot mo be a little sweeter, Make my life. a bit completer. Ju'it' by doing what i should do Every minute of the day; Let me toll without complaining, Not a humble task disdaining. Let me face the suinmo-as calmly, When death summons me away." Selected Miss of ..Winnipeg. Is a houe lerday from Ban where she. visited for .five weeks a party oE Win- nJpeg iitfslj Fraser jwill re shine her 'plahb'-isa'sses on Monday and wil', be In he: studio fty' frojn trview v Mr. W. L. Agnew, of the Lord Thomr.s Chfcago, is spending a few days with his .Mr..-F .R. Agnew. Mr. Agnew is the editor of "Judicious A'dvertis- ONE YEAR IN THE JAIL JUDGE WINTER IMPOSES SEN- c- nro RRPTON" TV OF FORGERY Rretrin was arrested bv Detective DIED Kgon foi uttering; a forgeff chLtjuc mi (lie proprietor of a I-'ifth street res- 1 ail rant, lie had his preliminary hcarinp hefoic ?ylagisirale Hrnilet an-l was conimiUe.1 for trial oh evidence adduced at the preliminary ON CALGARY STREET CAR Pinkflrlon, '.I. UiTlpii, a rorclgiicr, was yes let- day at Madcorf W. Cumberland, 'a, native of Brock- and.oDc flmo wealthy-.citinen Toronto, la. dead at. Selkirk, Man., aged 79. Winter to one In I IMliiiernton has voted a bonus to a factory to manufacture trunks and vu- -mi1 provincial jail itu uurrmg worlii-j M cheques mi various merchants in j A caso of poHmj'eUllfl, or infantile Clarcshulm and also in this city. J paralysis, is reported from Hamilton. C.ilgnry, Aug. wife of David .Pinkcrton, a far- mer of Pinkerlon, Hruce County, died suddenly about midnight last night, while en ronle to the depot to take a train for her home. While pn hoanl a oar she was iakon.suddenly ill. Accompanying her at Uiu time l.eask, ulsu of 1'Iiikertuii. Seeing that her companion was des- pcratoly ill, I.eask ImJ the car stopped, and Provincial Constable Criehtim was ealleJ. f'lnktjrton H removed to a reslauram near hih avtjnup nnd Foiirdi street Kagt, and the ambulsmcc summoned. Ccnnie ficy rived hinne yes- j from BanT. where l! sjio has th'.- stuest of Aiirs Burns for the past week on her way home from the coast cities, where, she spent .they holiday. Miss K. Roy, who ac- cajnpanird her slslor on the trip, will remain in Banff until the end of the mcntb, .Mr.'atid .Mrs. AV. P. Sinclair, of To- ronto, Ont, who were guests with Mr. arid- Mrs. A. 419 Second 8., en route home from a visit to Vancouver and Seattle, left yesterdij for. the east. They stated that Gait Pfl'pk' equals any park they have seen In, their travels, and expressed them selves as highly pleased with Leth bridge in general McOuatt, who has been visit- Ing; with Mrs. Percy L. Leech, -left yesterday for Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Scott spent a few- hours in the .city on Wednesday en.route lo thnir new home in Card- Sibri, where Mr. Scott, lias been ap- pointed station age-at. JThe beautiful home of C. Gray.was the scene of a dainty tea hour function yesterday, under the aiiEiplces of the Ladies' Aid society church. The 'wide porcli, .which is' ideally adapted for midsummer entertaining, was comfortably arranged with easy chairs and sofas, while quartette tables with white covers, centred with deep purple astor, enhanced the pretty effect. Immense jars of vnriegotec sweet peas diffused their pleasing fra grance. Mrs. Giay was assisted in recelv by Livingston and Mrs. T S, Fotterly. The deft assistants were Mrs. Green and Miss .Gray. parly, which numbered twenty-five, picnicked under the bridge and did ample Justice to the splendid repast. A pleasant feature of the affair was the presence of.H number ..of1 out. of town guests. The picnic was brought to a close railior early, owing1 to the threatening clouds which came up in the evening. The annual picnic of St. Mary's Sun- day school, which was held yesterday afternoon, was an unqualified success At 12.30 a short service was the church, immediately after which conveyances carried the 150 happy youngsters, their parents and friends to; Henderson park. The children padriled in the water to their hearts' cpntent until supper time when the good things provided were much enjoyed. 'Races, tug-of-war. etc., were then order, and just before the. start hohnj was made, each'child was' presented with a prize. The drive home at seven o'clock concluded one of the most pleasant events In the history of St. Mary's school. Of Interest to Women No one among1 the distinguished coterie described severally aa "'the richest woman in the world" has more-'substantial claim to the title than Frau-Bertha Krupp von Bohlen anil and iio one .perhaps is more indifferent to It. A directory of ratings published at Hamburg credits her fortune with an increase of or from to in three years. This is in solid German values without doubt, for the fabuloufi estimates of her have run to Her ncome has set down, according .o mathematics or fancy, at to and a year. But whether or not Bertha she is more widely known, even since her marriage in 1906, is worth more or less than.some other women n digits appurtenances of wealth; she is undoubtedly the richest woman in the world. For she has enough satisfy any taste she may have: for display, with an abundance r charity, and a social standing on par.with the 'noblest blood. Tliere to oiio to in- s ieft to her in even greater, degree the primary Attribute vt _ power. She is. described'as-'a giieen, or more (extrayagantly as an. empress, n the Other rich women may enjoy the domina'tion of their households, but the Vest of it they may he content with clipping 'coupons. Even the financial activities of Mrs. Hetty muBt be in the face yt circum- tance's which prove primarily, the lim- tations of .her wealth. was left the con- ro'l of the gigantic enterprise of her ather. -Her sister, Barbara, shared the money, but not In the author- ty.' Although relieved by a board of Irect'ors of the details of manage- ientt Bertha Krupp, before and after married iho Dr. Von been the mistress 00.. involving perhaps, with their fanilltei, SOOjO'OO persons. She owns 560 miles In Germany alone. She pwns the ateel and gun works, wftir'the shipyards at Kiel, and the world-famous gun and armor works at And whereas the Kais-ar, or any other ruler is gov- ernment, is confronted with politics and a legislature, Bertha Krupp real- izes the'undisputed power of posses- sion. Her palace at Essen, built toy her four years to erect. It includes a personal snitr for. the Kaiaer, who with Empress has honored if yearly. This Is a dis- tinction usually reserved for the high- est nobility. The sania exceplipn was nmde by the Emperor in att-anding her 'wed- ding, "although it was said that he re- sented her love for a poor diplomat, 'there were ao many penniless prinpes at hand. But Bertha Krupp was sufficient enough unto herself to brook the in.perial frown. One of the noteworthy features of icr wedding, which was considered an nt-arnational event, ,was thai her fam- ily "kept down the cxpenditureB on her trousseau to ?250. The' tradesmen, who expected the nuptials to spell a golden harvest for them, grumbled at the simplicity, but the whole cere- mony was in accordance with the modest manner In which Bertha and New York's Latest Production The Peplum Waist Horr N news lluit will be1 wolcoiucd b} all our our Pop- iuiii have ar- rived. These dainty produc- tions of tin.1 designers art are in Iho most bewitch- ing stylos of Dame Fash- ion's latest decree. Trimmed with dainty Swiss Embroidery and'( iaco insertion, with low neck and elbow length sleeves, .in all sizes from 34 to 40. i It is not often you have, a chance to get the very latest proditctjons at such irresistibly low prices as these, so eonne early and make your choice before they are snapped up, O Prices range from Grocery Bargains Worthy of your Kfontinn Every line desirable and worthy and all are Best Sliced Cooked Tongue, only..........ftOc. Fresh Dairy Butter Special for Saturday, per Ib..........2oc. Saturday Specials in imported fruit: Lemons, per cloz. 35o. Oranges, per doz-. 30c. Sliced Boiled Saturday pound, Stn, Finest cooked-Corned Beef, per Ib. M.., New Potatoes Extra fine quality, Saturday only, for 25c. HUDSON BAY BRAND, best quality Flour in 98 pound .j In 48 poiqid bags.......'.......ipl.fiO In 24 pound SOc. For Saturday only. Grocery Department Phone V313. Orders promptly attended to. Hudson's Bay Co The ton the society the neat stim of A quiei wedding was celebrated at eleven thirty this morning in St. Gyp- rian'H church by the Hov. Canon .Me- Millen, when Miss Eva Mabel Bryans WHS joined in matrimony to Mr, Lional Whitcrs. Mr. and Airs. Winters will reside in Lethhrldge. Clubs and Societies St. .Mury'K Guild will hold a gui'dmi the luwn uf Mrs, Maek-iortt's taidencff, Twelfth St., N.( on Monday The Court of tho Eastern Star oyud u nodal nflernoon at ilic river oitoin The she was inclined'to'Iook'askande a every attention to suspect it aa counterfeit. And then she fell in .When noi all opposition of the court and German society could phase her the marriage to an "Ineligible'1 young man took place. Dr. Von Bohlfen, however, was in no sense of the hoi pollof was a son of a minister of the Grand Duchy of Baden. There irai wndy Tor Um I K'htial intUinKei of the fl raderfe, this he i'01 n in on am! gunei ill nmnhu hti are tiol OIL leftttl bitE about the L'fJih irlghteued bj ;