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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rlday, -IS. 1'0'12 TITR DAILY HERALD SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Crawford and .Peaches, per ciiEo................ 95c Plums, per Apples, per. box Six Ibs for...............25c. Crab Apples, per box Watermelons, each 4Qc A, SOc Green tomatoes por Ib. 04c Pears, per Lemons, per dozen 35c. Oranges per dozen 40c 50 cents and............ 60c. L C. TEEPLE LJOMINION BLOCK PHONE 515 .FOURTH AVENUE, Opposite Court House FORM OF POLITICAL IDIOCY JVIen Who Hate Lloyd- George Smash Pictures Rather nFhan Original London, 13. "Smashing Lloyd-George" is tlie new and popu- lar, paslijr.'e installed at the. Karls- -land owners taud in- surance stamp -licltcr.s crowding each for to take a haiid. The gaine consists ol china plates, Bearing a likeness. of the Chancellor of this Exchequer, rwhlch can he -smashed of a-pcnny each- The first day theru were, only, .300 plates, ;and artists Vere summoned to supply the hurry :calls for more.; Class dis- vanishes in'.'tliej'jinc oE im- 'patient siitashtrs awaiting their turn. .'One country spent.: to vent .his satisfaction, hut this splendid .record went ;dmvn latcrVin tlie day before a .-tpmloii' landlord. Later an elflerly clergj'inan jnirchasod a hand- ful of halls an of dctcrmin- plates bcCore Bearing The Brown Betty Tea Room Open-.llj -.jjt, v Lunch At 40 cents, from" 12 to 2 p.ni. Corner Third Avenue, and Fifth Street, GERMANY TO GET AUSTRALIA HAS SOLVED LONG- STANDING PROBLEM AFFECT- ING TRANSPORTATION Berlin Kept. l.okal An- zcigcr says (lie meat question will be solved1' %y .Australia. The MILADI 'EDITED BY "JNO" PHONES: Office, tltfi The shadows of tin; evening hours I Kail from tlie darkening sky Upon the fratrram-i- CURSED SEVEN -.''LANGUAGES Tleno, SepU'J.2. To be cursed in s-ayeii languages was the experience' which- '.Airs. Bertha Nalan- sson was .compelled to undergo at the .Jiands of her husband Morris Na tan- son, a professor in Jewish schools In New York city, according' to her story. ;She wag given an absolute divorce. 'Sirs. Natanson 'testified that her luis- was insanely jeulqus, and non- falsely accusing her oC intim- acy 'with other men. Ho also doclar- til that she gambled fraijuently. They liave throe chiliiren. Winnipeg Free Press: Mr. and Mrs, A. N. Mouat, of Pinchor Creek. Al- (barn tie quests u the South Australian consul is quoted as andia cu loute to England tiiken passaKc'-o'ii the Laurentic of the White fat u Li IG iilint, from saying that Australian, exporters of meat have devised means of satisfy- ing the German regulations. The first consignment under.' the new plan, con- sisting of carcasses of mutton will 'leave Adelaide for Hamburg on November fith. Tim inland transport problem has been met by the aid of a French company which has con- tracted to furnish special refrigerator cars.1 The South Australian government jnteads to claim the price of offered by the municipality of rjuis- bnrg for anyone who solved the im- portation difficulty T 1 At no time of the day lo shoos show up io holier ndvuntngo. Hum iu man who is wearing them. A neat, well made shoe gives a finish lo your appearance In evening attire. We have studied (his question and can guide you irt what is best -to buy and most fashionable lo wear. Conic in for that new pair. Prices to suit all pockets. We have Satin Pumps, in Blue, Pink, White and Cream. Pat- ent Leathers, with Buckles or Bows, also Suede in black. treal on the" Mth inst They will spend the winter abroad, returning In the spring America and the West ladies. Invitations arc being issued for the tennis dance, w" 3 ,h will bo held on Friday, Sept. L'nii, and the secre- tary of the club wishes me to state that no written invitations.nvlll tfb sent club members. They are kindly ashed to take the announcement of the dance as. ,an invitation to them- selves and the members of their fani- ilios. shaded candles completed-the schcnm of decoration. jiMis. .Slumps, attractively gowned in grey satin -ml pict'urc hat with Mrs.'.I. K. Lethbridge, Htylisbly robed in green velvet Avith Leghorn hat with purple- flowers, shared the honors of pouring tea and coffee. The ices were served by Mi's, P. L. Naismilh, in an elaborate black panne Velvet costume and black beaver hat with burnt orange plumo, .uid Mrs. H..J, Gootk-, who had donned a chic pink crepe