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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, August Page 5 AN ELABORATE SHOWING OF New Fall Goods AND AT PRICES YOU LIKE TO PAY Never as many styles of New Corsets shown in the city Truly a comprehensive assortment of the new models of Women's Corsets .for Fall and Winter. No need to buy a corset here simply because it is the right size. We have corsets for every medium and stout, and many styles of each. We have the famous A La. Grace Crompton Corset and the easy .fitting bias filled I. make. Also are" to be found the com- fortable tape girdles and the Hygeian Waist for both women and children. Prices are very low for the excellent qualities. It will pay you to purchase here. Corset Prices 89c and Hygeian Waist Prices.........35c, 65c and READ OVEK THIS LIST OF THE NEW THINGS Infants' ISTew Wool Bootees. Infant' Wool Infantees. Infants7 ISFew Silk Veils. Kew-Style Barettes. FLANNELETTE One of the finest values we have seen in SPECIAL. good English quality. Good weight, yet soft and free from dressing. Wide width and in light and dark colors. only. Women's jSTew Suits. New Opera and Mo- tor Scarfs. New Woollen Shawls Childs' Hoods. New Silk Waists. Women's New Dresses. Misses7 New Suits. Women's New Skirts. New Back and Side Comhs. New. Silk Waists We sell Quality We sell Home Journal Patterns. AUCTION SALE At the Sale Rooms, rear, of Dallas Hotel, on NEXT AT 2 SHARP F. G. WADDINGTON CO. are instructed "by Mrs. Wild, late of Grassy Lake to sell by puMic auction as above, the contents of a large BOARDING HOUSE AND RESTAURANT For fuller details see tomorrow's advertise- ment. Phone Office, Lyceum Buildiiig; A SACRIFICE An eight roomed house on Bound Street, thoroughly modern. An auto shed at hack. Price Terms L. S. RIPLEY CO. Office Macdonald Bit.' Phone 1034 OLD .MAN PARDONED Stillwater, Minn., Aug.- ing the end oi his life journey Thom- as B. Clement, frail, bent, and old maa of more than seventy years, left the state penitentiary here 'this morn ing to go back into private life at his old home at Paribault. He has spent three years out of an eight years' sentence behind prison walls. He had been convicted of embezzle- ment, following the wrecking of the Citizens National Bank of Faribault, of which he was president. He seciir- ed his release through unconditional pardon granted by President Taft. TO RECEIVE QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES Liverpool, Aug. deputy mayor will be called upon in the ab- sence of Mayor, to welcome the Queen's Own Rifles, of Toronto, on their arrival here this weefe. The Lord Mayor will receive them on their wav back to Canada from Aldershot. tie common houbv. ..j is tRe cause of more disease and death than any other agency. WILSON'S FLY PADS kill all the flies and the disease eerms too. CANADA IS IN ADVANCE OFU.S. Further Ahead in our Municipal Govern ment I j Speaking at the Canadian Club lun- 1 cheon at which he was the guest yesterday, -Herbert S. Bigelow, of Cincinnati, said that Canada was teaching him many things. In the matter of municipal government Can- ada was making great progress. Some of the things which, the States was just priding itself on getting started, he found were already ac- i complished facts in many Canadian j cities. First there was the .abolition of the ward system and the election J of city legislators irom the city at j large. And. then he was told that i party politics in civic "affairs, a curse j which American cities had to con- j tend with is almost an unknown thing in Canada. Mr. Bigelow, who was introduced introduced by S. J. Shepherd, vice president of the Club for a short talk on "Things Canada is Teaching said that although he was lecturing throughout Western Canada, he came as a learner and he did not wish them to think he came as a teacher. He told some stories illus- I trating civic conditions in his home city, Cincinnati, Ohio, to show that no man coming from that place could with good faith, pose as a teacher, to Canadians. There were many things in Canada which amazed him, and one of those things was -the progress made in Church- Union. This he had noticed particularly in Winnipeg. After deal- ing again briefly with the machinery of civic politics, -he continued that the tax system in irany cities and in the provinces of Saskatchewan and Al- berta were other matters from, which Americans might learn. They were, unconsciously perhaps, adopting the theories of Henry George. The city of Vancouver, for instance, recently decided to exempt all improvements from taxation, and saddle the whole burden of municipal revenue produc- ing upon the real estate values. The board of trade of the cfyy of Vic- toria was urging the council of that place to follow Vancouver's lead. Those cities, he said, were in prac- tice doing to all kinds of industries what other places he named were do- ing to one or two specific; industries when they exempted them from taxa- ation. All land values are created by community growth and can be saddled with the entire burden of j taxation without injustice. "You are building up a great em- pire up he and it looks to me that it would be a great j thing if in every city and every prov- ince you would start right and lay well your foundations in this matter of taxation." Edittd by 1052 TOASTS Economy The daughter of Pru- dence, the" Sister of Temperance, and the parents of Independence. Here's wishing us all more friends less need of them. May your friends be as true to you as you are to them. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Sir. and Mrs. F. C. Lowes have re- turned to Calgary after an extended honeymoon at Atlantic Coast points. H. J. Goode left this afternoon for the-coast for a few days and will re-' turn with Mrs. Goode and little daughter, who have "been visiting at Vancouver for a, month. W. T. iHerridge, D.D., minis- ter of "St. Andrews Presbyterian church, Ottawa, is on a- visit to Lord, and Lady Aberdeen at the Viceregal Lodge, Ireland. Miss Margaret Johnstone, who has been spending the past month with her sister, Mrs. E; U. Rylands, left yesterday afternoon for Arcola, Sask., to visit relatives there before returning .to her home in Toronto. On account of the Christmaslike weather- the St. -Patrick's Altar So- ciety have decided to postpone the Garden Party they had planned to hold this evening until some evening next week, in the hope that at that time "Dame weather will be more con- siderate. The correspondent of the Petit Par- isien at Kome says The Duke of Abruzzi and Miss Katherine Elkins, of Virginia, have been engaged un- officially for more "than, two years, with the approval of-the King Victor Emmanuel. The latter stipulated, however, that official announcement shall not be made until the Duke has attained 'the rank of Rear-Admir- al. This is expected at the end of this year, and the marriage of the couple, the correspondent adds, will follow shortly after that event. m Mrs. J. 0, .Wilson entertained for her house .guest, Miss Jeffries, of Vic- toriai very delightfully at bridge last evening. The drawing room and li- 'brary were aglow with quantities of sweet peas, effectively arranged. At the close of several games a choice menu was served at the card tables and the honor favor awarded to Mrs. Mewburn, and consolation gift to Miss Agnew. Mrs. "Wilson was as- sisted' by her daughter, Mrs. Seatle. The guests included Mesdames Ar- nold, Cunningham. Vrooman, Mc- Nicol, Buchanan, Lethbridge, William son, Mewburn, Tinning, Starnes, Clark, Reeve, Agnew and the Misses Agnew and Patteson. DAILY RECIPE Sponge cup of sugar, four eggs, one and, a half cups o! flour two teaspoons baking powder, two tablespoonfulls of hot water. Flavor with lemon. Cook in a mod- erate oven. Cake cake can be used by the most 'delicate person. Three eggs (do not one heap- ing teacup sugar, [half teacup of thick, rich sour cream, fill cup with butter- milk r, one teaspoon soda, one tea- spoon baking powder 5 flavor to taste. BSat eggs and sugar together and make as quickly as possible. Bake in two layers use any filling. I usually use lemon filling. A good economical cake. FALLS OF RAIN HELP STOP FIRES (Continued from front Fascmatins: Hair WOMEN WHO USE PARISIAN SAGE HAVE IT AND KEEP IT You never saw a beautiful womac who didn't have beautiful hair. The charm of a ''beautiful woman lies ir her hair. Many women do not realize the attractions -they possess because they do not give proper attention to the hair. The women QJ Paris are famed for their beauty. not because their facial features are superior tc those of other wo men, but becausf they know how to keep young by supplying vigor a n c to thr 1 u s -t r e strength hair. Tjp to thretihe flames are advancing less rapidly. United force at Eldorado and Old Man's Creek have an unbroken range of 25 miles extending froni the Sel- way to the Locks, cutting off the trails over which the reinforcements and supplies can be sent to the foresters. Nearly one hundred who were sent to the assistance of the rangers in that locality a week ago 'have been unable to go through. In the Elk City district the situation is steadily growing worse. The town is consid- ered safe but the surrounding country will be devastated. The American 'river district Is ablaze from the mouth to the source, fifteen miles wide, and flames have crossed both little and big Elk creeks. Little Campbell Gulch is ablaze for miles and the fires on Buffalo Creek, which were suppos- ed to be out, are active again. The smoke in Elk City is so dense that there is little difference between mid- continually in the stores and RECRUITS FOR CANADIAN NAVY London. Aug. Mc- Donald, who will be appointed to 'take charge of the Canadian cruiser Niobe, is busy interviewing recruits for tihe navy of the Dominion of Canada. For this purpose he is visiting all the prin- 'cipal home ports. YEARS AGO THE EGYPTIANS CURED DISEASE WITH FRUIT To-day, Canadians Are Doing It With "Fryit-a-tiws" Famous Fruit Midieim We apt to consider the age live In as the most wonderful age that world has ever known. It is, in many respects. Yet the ancients surpassed M in some things. Engineers of our sky-scrapers still marvel at the massive pyramids and the sphinx. So, too, the Egyptian physicians of years dfco, used fruitjuices as a medicine for treating blood trouble, liver Mid kidney disease, and stomach -weakliest. Their method of mixing fruit juice ft medicine, is also one of the .lost arts. A. well known Canadian physician, however, perfected a method of utilizing fruit juices, which is one of the greatest discoveries of modern medical research." Fruit-a-tives is the natural cure for Chronic Constipation, Biliousness, Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Kidney Disease, Pain in the Back, Bad Com- plexion, Rheumatism, Nervousness, Headache and Neuralgia. 500. a box, 6 for ortrial box, 450. At all dealers, or from Limited. Ottawa. HERALD WANT AD8, BRING RESULTS That the want columns of tie Herald are closely scrutinized day toy day -by all readers has "been repeated- ly demonstrated and many stories of and sellers found, lout articles recovered, wants of various kinds sup; In wonderfully short periods of time and minimum of expense through the medium of the Herald, have 'been told, but here is another. Two or three days ago H. J. H. Skeith of .Skeith ,Tilley, lost a' .valuable pup from his residence on Crabib street. He decided to a j notice in the lost columns of the Her- ald. The advertisement appeared for the first time in. last paper, and before breakfast this morning .Mr. Skeith was rewarded with the return of his missing canine. AN OBSERVATORY AT COUTTS WALLACE 3000 BY CENSUS Official Population of City in the Fire Zone Washington, Aug. Jo., now .reported. to be depopulated by forest fires., faad 3000 population ac- cording to 'the census returns publish- ed 'today, compared with in 1900 and in 1890. Stebesville, Ravalli county, Montana, the census office says, has 796 population against 346 in 1900. The bureau says- -completion of this j information was rushed for "urgent legal reasons." W. F. King, chief Dominion astron-, omer, of Ottawa, who with a party of assistants is taking observations from -points in Southern Alberta, checking up the international bound- ary and establishing the exact longi-. tude of certain points, is now down" at Coufcts where a temporary observ- atory, with concrete foundation, for has 'been erected. The party will be -there for about two weeks. The telegraph lines of 'the C. P..R. and A. K L are connected up each night here so that astron- omers may. ;be in -direct, touch with the observatories Winnipeg and Ottawa, CURED OFJJONSTIPATOH Mr. praiwi Dtv Morse's Indian Root Pills. SCOTCH BISHOP COMING Glasgow, "Aug. Rev. Arch- ibald Ban -Campbell, Bisihop of Glas- ;ow .and .Galloway, has made arrange- ments to attend the ibicentiennial of the Canadian church at Halifax. GROUND TO PIECES BY PROPELLER Detroit, Aug. iato the whirl of the steamer But- ler by the suction, he left her side after .being towed out into' Lake St.. Glair yesterday, .George of. Sarnia, Ont., is said' -to have been ground, to pieces by the Mr. Oorge Andrews of .Halifax, writes: "For many years I have been troubled with chronic Constipation. _This ail' ment never comes single-handed, and I have been a victim to the many .fUneswM that constipation brings in. its train. Medicine after medicine I .have taken in order to find relief, but one and all left me in the same hopeless condition. -It teemed that nothing would .expel from me the one ailment that caused so much trouble, yet at last I read about these Indian Root Pills. .That was indeed a lucky day for me, for I was so impressed with the mehts made that I determined to jive them a fair trial. They hare regulated my stomach towels.; I am cured of constipation, and I claim they have no.eCraal u a aett-' v- Fer over half a century Dr. Morse's Indian Root.Pills have been curing con- stipation and clogged, inactive kidneys, with all the ailments which result from them. They cleanse the whole system and purify the blood. Sold trerywhere Standard Furniture Co. Are making exceptionally low prices on all classes of Furniture, Carpets and Rugs for the "balance of this month. ALL SEEIORYOUESELF. We have to make room for our fall stock and in order to do so all our Red Room, Dining Room, Parlor, Den and Library Furniture must go regardless of cost. IS THE TIME TO BUY TOUE FUR3STITURE. Standard Furniture Co. Crabb St. Opposite Herald Block Hundred Pattern Hats on Ex- hibit, Displaying the Latest Ideas In Fall Millinery W 514 Dufferin St. L. A. Scott, Manager ;