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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 20. I1H2 TTTE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HFRALD Page 9 0; MILLINERY FOR THE FEET Ladies I is it reasonable to invest in a hat, and wear cheap, ordinary shoes? The best gowned woman in our town is fastidious about her footwear. Her shoes harmonize with her gown and headgear. Otherwise she would not- be correctly gowned. You know this lady. And she insists on wearing RELINDO SHOES. BECAUSE We can give you a perfect fit. Mode on the latest model, in all widths, in a shoe that is cmnjortable, fle'xible and durable, llelindo Slioe is .a tailor- made shoe for particular, women, and is an apt expression of llic Ijiteat'style. The Cushion-Heel, (exclusively controlled _ No nai'rs to hurt the foot, and produces >fl a resilient, springy effect that characterize! J a graceful walk. We luwo 'them in all sizes and invite a careful .inspection. CO. MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" Offici, 1224 F'HONF.8! nil CANADA'S CROP Winnipeg, Wan, Aug. 23. -j- Alter Hihreu weeks' inspection, pi; Western {Canada's: Atri Chicago expert .for. MnijjyVBarrcll arid Com- pany, stated .today th.it, the. yield will exceed '-hjishel.H; fil good from the south will enahlc many far- mers to got to work tomorrow. Tlic crop is.now hinder. October Wbcal ,Xlie start, steady and dull today. Both casli and ..export' demand is, fair. Country stocks arc getting-low. The first car of new1'spring wheat was in- spected yesterday, grading No. 1 Northern. Receipts 41 cars inspect- ed, 3 in sight. LEBANON is HIT BY A GLOUD BURST Columbus, Ohio, Aug. town of Lebanon, Ohio, whlo'n was visited hy jt cloudburst last night, Is cut off from communication with the outeri world, all the telegraph and telephone wires being down. In consequence, the .ex- tent of the damage wrought hy the tstorm could hot.he learned. It Is be- lieved the greatest Injury was to tho crops, many acres of standing corn being heateu down. The low lands south ol Xenin are flooded, (here be- ing several feet of water reported over the interurb'an tracks five'mile's EouLh of.the city. It is reported that the crops also were-greatly'-damaged at Troy. No fatalities have been re- EMPEROR IN HEALTH AGAIN Cassel, I-Tcsso Nassa, Germany, Aug. William apparent- ly has completely recovered from his recent indisposition. liis Majesty this morning went out for a long horse- hack rule in the park Of Wiluelmsohu Castle. lie wa's accompanied hy the Em- press, who also had hcen in unsatis- factory health. .Both the Emperor'and Empress ap- pear in lively HOODOO DAY The Bummer airs blow cool On Hie ont grass and the sword And thu bulrush In the pool. Autumn peeps through the aftcruoou .111! Koflly Kings ua a liuay ,tuno Of hills of beauty, UmL lift to Ood, Their miles of meadows, whore Golden Uod Swaying hlfl lancos with knightly Is tiiklng the inounlalna, and aoon will Over tho fiice or valleys, that Ho ItiiH of ranglc, beneath'a blue shy. aim. J. 13iirtlelt, who has been abroad fur tho summer, will arrive homo on Monday. Dr. E. D. Ecklln, Ottawa, visited with bis cousin, Mrs- M. X. Jtaake, while in the city. Alias A. Lorgie, superintendent .of the Oak Hospital, Is spending a va- cation in Calgary and Hanff, Mr. Harold Darling, of CranbrooK, who has been a city visitor for the past ItiVf dtiys, returned homo this morning. Miss Ualfour, has beeu vIsiL- ng in Calgary ancl UaufE, is again, a, guest with Mrs. E. U- Rylanda, Mr. and ilrs. J. M. Townes aiy daughter, Florence, left today on month's trip to Stratlmven aud othe Ontario points. Mr. and Mrs. J, TV. Boulton left yes terday morning lo spend a fevf weeks at their old home in Pennsylvania. Miss Eileen' Poole, of Wnfcefleld Quebec, arrived this morning on an extended visit with her sister, II. M. WUiddlugtoo. Col. II. S. Steele, who Is a well known tanner near Edmonton, Is In the city visiting his son. Dr. Steele. Mrs. C. C. Cragg lias returned from an extended stay in Califomia. evening complimentary lo Miss Ucltta Podgcr, bride-elect.' Tho courtesy guest received many bGiiuLIIul gil'La of cnlnu. Thoso blduon vforo Mrs. Pod- Bor, Mrs. ArmBtrong, Mrs. Cancndcu, Mia.. Marron, Mrs. Braudow and the Mlusoa Potlyor, L; Podger, Armstrong, M. AnnBlrong, Clarke, Diner, O. niscr, Ueynolde, E. Reynolds, Colin, Kane, Pruusc, Coalt, JudBOH unit Water- man. Clubs and Societies Miss Phillyis Higinbolham arrived home from the east this, morning, 'Mrs. Joa. Alrfl and daughter Rita, Good Home-Made Bread Tour baking will be 'successful If you iiso White" Swan Ciiktri. light, sweet anil wholesome broad. II 3-onr grocer hasn't got It (6 cakes at 5c) a end UB-hls name nnd ask for free sample. White Swan -Spices Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Ont, London, Aug. double accident occurred to Claude Graham White mid hie wife while flying last night rrom south. Endonaca to Clayton on Llie oafit coast A defect in the motor of the Jiydro-aoroplane compelled them to descend to the surface of tiho water at Burnh'am. Tho maclune'Waa sighted and taken in tow by a. yacht and Mr. nnd Mrs. Graham White were rescued and brought on board the vessel. Soon afterwards the yacht went ashore on s. shoal and could not be gotten off until this morning. HARRIS GOES TO.TRIAL Toronto, Out., Aug. Harris, tho young clearing-house teller of tho Standard Bank, arrested a week ago, on a. charge of stealing from the bank, appeared before the police magistrate) this morning and was committed for trial. He was al- lowed out on ball of Detect- ives aay that Harrly admitted that liis stealings amounted, to over MERCHANT PRINCE NOT ILL Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. tional stories regarding the serious ill- ness of Johu Wanamakcr, former post master generaT, were denied today a member oC his family. left yesterday afternoon for Millar- vllle, where thoy will spend .a. twc weeks' vacation. V Miss Pinkhani, of Calgary, is in Vic- toria, where ebe will attend the -wed- ding uf her brother on September 2nd. .fFhe Duke ancl Duchess of Suther- land, who. aro expected to visit the west shortly, have graciously consent- ed to be patrons of the Women's Art Association of Canada. Miss Evakine, who has been spend- ing the summer at her home In Ot- tawa, Is ejected baclc on Sunday. Miss Slmm, of Vancouver, formerly contralto soloist in Knos church; will i tonight to'spend n month's'vs.-7 cation ivith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Simm. Mlsa Penrt, of Hamilton, who has been visiting in Medicine Hut, arriv- ed in thi city yesterday afternoon und Is a gueat with Mrs. George Whelen, Sixth avenue, Miss Peart intends to reside here in future. f Mrs, ,T. W. Ua-rtletf, .president of the Daughters and Moiia of England, will be honor guest ol a reception, to be held under tho auspices of that or- ganization In the S. O. TO. hall on IM day evening, September Glh. Mrs. Ralph Shanta and Misa Agai wore hostesses of a china showor lost The Flower Guild will visit the Cult hospital at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Donations of garden blos- soms will be much appreciated. Kindly communicate with Mi'3- C. IT. P. Cony- beare. (1201) or Miss Bawclen (1158.) At Hie Dangutera nnd Molds of ling- land meeting last night, arrange- ments were "complflted for the winter session. The first whist drive will') take place September 2nth. Resides tho usual prizes an _ aggregate prize will be given ivt the end of the season to tbe lady and gentleman with the highest number of points. The firs donee will be held in October, the date to be announced later. Members are requested to note thai a reception will be given an Frldaj September G, In Lbe S. 0. E. hall at 8 o'clock. Flower Day, September 7th The sick-room Sunbeams met yester- ty aELevnoon tit Rivervlew, tlie borne of the honornry president, Mre. C. F. P. Conybearc. After a. short bnaineas meeting, the Sunbeams repaired to the Gait hospital, where they. delighted the heart of each efck child with One present of a new toy. The Sunbeams, who, it will be re- membered aiming to raise suffi- cient funds to erect a children's hos- pital, have decided to have a flower day a week from 'Saturday, Septem- ber 7th. On that day the Sunbeams will sell hoquets on the streets of ihe city, and they kindly ask that each and every resident ot the city purchase a bouquet. The Sunbeams .also wish to serve tea and cake at some central down- town building or 'store, If such can obtained, J Of Interest to Women Quality Cakes Specials for Saturday Almond per Jb ,70c.. Oocoanufc Turn-over, per doz 30c Short Bread, each Drop Cakes, per doz 15c. Get your order in to-day if possible You can get them at... L. 0. Tecpl.e's Grocery-, PlioiiG 515 Domijiion Block. Crawford ancl Poclger. Plione 316, Gtli Ave. South. Connor's store, 901-lltli Sf.rcet South; Phono 1035. John Gilraoro Store, 414-13th St. North; Phone 1027 or ask our Drivers. John Gilmore THE BAKER; Plume 378 Sardonyx is the'stono for August This stone Is In real fact an ony> wJiick contains layers of aud the sardonyx ot the ancients woi variety of which white stripes alternated with strtpes. ol red carnelian, in loose days call ed sard or the name was probably 'taken from of SardlR. OnyJr'is'an agate formec of alternate stripes in white and ilack, or oC a brownish eliade of color. Tho finest Bpeclmens are brought from India. Onyx Is now raluefl for ornamental purposes, and he-ancients for it sntl used-it for cameos. In fact, many o-f finest cameos in existence nr-e onyx or Us kindred stone, chalce- dony. 'It Is In the virtues of sincerity and naturalness that, the country girl says ft writer in The Gentle- woman, contrasting tlie modern town- bred girl with, her country sister. tbinhs loss, about her clothes than the town maiden, but to .be (juite just it must he confessed that It is easier to look 'effective than tho town. In a plain coat and skirt and a motor cap tlie rosy-cheeked Phyllida looks a 'picture1 'as she swings along meadows, the blue of Llie sky her eyes. But remove the self-same maiden, attired in exactly the same .manner, to llie gray pavements, of the metropolis, and the probability is that she will look quite dowdy. Of course, the country maiden .does not commit this mistake- She Is, In fact, more adapt abl-a than .her city where as tho real luVai girl Boarcely evci adapts herself altogether to the ex- igencies of country life, the country girl, when she comes up for the sea- son, is as perfectly dressed and us keen In the enjoyment of town gnic- (les as 1C country Joys did not exist for her. If she has a certain shyness and modesty, it but adds to her iit- t-ractlveness. "Moreover, the modern young man Is finding the country girl more of a. 'pal1 than the -town girl. She does not demand so 'mucli attention as tho hitter, and she untlctrslands bettor the spirit of comradeship. The town girl Is usually very exacting In the hom- age she expects froui her cavaliers." The lalesl, advice for young men about to fail In love (they never lake idvicc, still It Ex- nmlnc your prospective (sweetheart's eyebrows. By you will -bo able to tell wbetbAor not is all .hat yc-j would dr; her fo he.. U. Is quite tell a girl's character by Sensitive, languid girls, whl as iLcj very little generally Ulollus.V-y fnir cyc- IH ow8 of a their linlr. o The vivacious, .rilcil be on lhc other hand, In case of fiery-red Issirea In d nlso f FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS At The Hudson's Bay Store Here's n "mine" of values ;a bargain mine that will yield up its treasures (his week according as you' dig more or less deeply. With .the high cost of living fit present prevailing, every round in the ladder of economy counts, so look at this list of specials for Jfriday arid 'Saturday, with a critical eye, and decide right now to hecome a shareholder in this "Bargain Mine." An Interesting Offer in Fine Dress Goods I A collecllon of all-wool Dresi Goods In Sergea, Venetians, Broadcloths, Tweeds B.nd Tartans, In widths of 42 to ii2 inches. No matter if it be for Ladies' Separate Skirts or or. for Children's Dresses, you will find hers a .complete selection In ihe shade and stylo, peclally -adapted lor your requirements. Regular values wore up Jour choice lor Friday ami Saturday Early Season Goods at Late Season Prices -In our ready-to-wear Department we mak- ing a final clean-up of all o'ur linen nnd sumnW coats, preparatory to the arrival of our Iv'ew' "Fall On Friday and -Saturday are offering you remarkable raiJffe of icoloringi, atytea and' effects. Styles 'that, are still fresh with the lingering' touches of -fashion In white and cream English Repps, Llnena, Cream Sergei, with, large unurft cut collars. An Ideal coat, for motorings Prices- on.Friday and Saturday range from .to........................ Something For The Kiddies A few odd lines in Children's .muilln and atraw bonnets; ys.1- uca up to.51.75, Friday and Snturdsy, Smart Styles at Tempting Prices, in Wash Coats for the Children In striped Galatena and Blue and Cream .._-. t Regular values "up to 52.00, 'selling on Friday an d Saturday, at. a price that should leave' life wlthput" a single coat by Saturday night...............'..'.: A few leaders for Fii and Sat from our Shoe Dept. Men's strong working shoes, a shoe for..all..weather. Regular, .Fflday .W .Saturday, per pair I I w Ladies' Bolld comiort liouBe slippers, one strap, niedlum toe, ._c6mmoii Benae heel, unsurpassed ,cpmCort: dayrand-Saturday Spec- "ial per pair 95c Boys1 School boots, that are built lo-withstand .the hard knocks of 'schqpl day .ami-Saturday per pair......... Resolve yourself into a committee of one and investigate here on Friday and Satur- day these specials that we are offering in our Men's Wear Department MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, In coat style, mafle from line French prints and zephyr cambrics. Regular values up to Friday and Saturday only MEN'S SILK TIES, a splendid assortment, in a big variety of ehiulec, Friday and Saturday, 50c a-nd 7oc values Cor...... cloan-up of the last of this line- Spring Needle Ribbed Underwear. Knee length drawers, and short sleeved shirts, Friday and Sat, per suit........ Carpeti and Linoleumi Here SB an opportun- ity worth Uking adyan- tngo cf In our. carpet department Japanese mnU In a big range of sizes Prices on Friday and' Saturday only 25c to Some smart snappy bar- gains la remnants of linoleum In patterns that will be auro to sell Mke "hot cakes" on Frl- diiy and Saturday. Come early and get first ploV. A mere suggestion often aids a busy housewife Here are a few from our Grocery Department FINE NEW POTATOES SOlbs for............ w BEST QUALITY APPLES 4lb for 12oc, EVAPORATED PEACHES CP Per pound EVAPORAT'D APRICOTS Per pound........... lOc CUSTARD POWDERS Par package....... Flnrst Quality lolled Ham 3- Per pound............ Special Friday and Saturday Grocery Dept. For Friday and Saturday we are offering this special Saving- Pftrcel at ri reduction of 51) cents. 1 3tb tin Hudson's 1 20tb sack of B. C, Granulated Sugar... llti Huntley A Palmer's celebrated Engliih mixed Blicults.CO CA DFA Tlilg whole parcel on Friday and Saturday for........... HUDSON'S BAY CO. w cntliuglasm and great ambition, but ore not ahvaj'u as Is generally supposed. Glrle wIUi very dark eyebrows havo uauftlly a alonatc nature end are capable of loving or hating with oqnal fervor. Very drooping eyebrows are bad In a girl, ag they show that their owner Is ol an extremely inquisitive nature. She' Is generally shallow-minded and Insincere also. The girl who Is ro- mantic and yet who plenty of common sense and a strong character has perfectly arched eyebrows. Very Ililck, dark eyebrows In n. girl Indl- cnte (liat she IB strong and muscular and lliflt elto has robust constitu- tion. An Indolent, l.izy girl who always seems to lack energy generally hfta very scanty eyebrows that are hardly discernible; Tlie Jolly girl, possessed of a. keen sense of has eyebrows that aro arched near tho nose. -Perfectly straight and finely- penciled eyebrows Generally denote that tholr owner is not very Intel or ambliloui. A FIRE Ivor wick, Conn. Aug. and other bullying materials with con- Biucraoie quamitles of coal find I lie coal pockcta and buildings of several firms on Central Wharf were burned early today, causing a loss placed at about An unidentified man was burned to death. Jcasft A. Steele, a lifelong resident ot Humbcrslonc towaaliip, died while driving caUlo on hU farm, THEY STARTED SOMETHING Aug. demon- stration against tho Turkish Govern- ment by sixty gendarmes, led by two officers look place early today In tlie street of the Gnlola district, The mut- inous men were promptly, arrested by regular troop-a. The outbreak is sup- posed (.o have beeu. incited by the party of union and progress, of which tiho Tho ItUe Mrs. Mary Lwaard, who died at Fllnton, wan the mother of 12 children, all of whom received a uni- versity education, _. John Uilmour, the Ottawa man, left an estate worth The Agunlco mine tt Cobalt for three years, la to re-optntU, ;