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THE GOLD HILL NEWS, THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1932
Stylish Feet Via Kid Shoecraft
By CHERIE NICHOLAS
FRO M T H E B E G IN N IN G
If you Interfere with their shaman
The leun face of the old Indian
wrinkled in a grin. “You see w'at
Esau do to dat shaman."
"Coin* to get his enrsT' laughed Jim.
“ Eef I flu' heem, he mak' no more
bad medicine for Sunset House," was
the cryptic reply.
So the travelers turned In shore,
where Smoke awaited them, and made
camp. Later, as they smoked beside
their fire, the ears of the dog lying
beside them suddenly lifte d ; the hair
of his buck and ruff straightened, aa
his deep throat rumbled in a low
The men stopped talking to listen.
“ W'at you hear, Smoke?" w h l*
The dog rose and picked his way
on stiff legs to tho beach.
“Cano' coinin'! Ah hah. Dey i
us an' come to have a look," muttered
Shortly, a« the canoe nearest the
camp, catne the hall, “Bo'-Jo', bo'-Jo'I"
"Bo’ Jo'!“ answered Ouiar, strolling
to the beach to receive the strangers
and quiet the excited Smoke.
Presently, from where Jim sat by
the fire, he saw the dark shape of
the boat slide in to the beach and
"Did anyone ever tell you,“ said the
A t kia fu r p ~ l . S u t u r i H o o a r . tat l i t C a t u J u u t u t t l t , J im S tu a r t. I t u k i la t k a r -,
girl, "that you have a most dangerous
tr ita k ia k ra d a i a a. O aa a r. raartaaa • g ir l tr e t» • « » » « r t u r a r j c a a a r la tk a ta k a . S k a u
• m ile r
A u r u r r I r B k a t d . < k u | k t t t a t S tu a r t'a r iv a l I» tk a lu r k u r u u . l a a a e trit a t tu n . aka
The blood leaped to his bronied
and J u a a t r a a s » ta a a .k a a < a a a . t a tat a c a r ta ta i t k a d
t rQ lu n d . w ltk P a ra tila , k ia k a tt-
W a r d l i r u t r a a a t . arvittaa la a a a n k a t t k r m ura ta* ( i r k
P a ra d la d u e l a n m a t i t a ta w a r d
face. “I hope—you find it so,“ he
J » k t k a u t k L a B lu n d a c k a a w lr d s r a k ia d r k t a t ( T a Illu d a . G a la s ta tk a Irla n d l a a ra M
stammered, confused at the sudden
A u r a r a k aa M t tk a starna la ad mota. J u a la a m k u a k r d ka P a r a d la a a d ta r r a d ta t r a m i
ness of the attack.
t k r L a B lu n d p a rt. O n tk a a rar ka u a a r tu m a tk a b e a t, la a v in * kia m a n ty an tka
JWa'a a u p a riu r, A n d ra w C k ria tta , A a e lm a a d a t S tu a r t'a tra d e a k u w in « . a lia v a
“I might,“ the said, with a curl of
k ia ra q u s a t. ana m a r ta " m a k e ( a n d . " P a ra d is k rib a a a a la d ia n ta a m k u a k
a red lip, “I f you were more polite.
J tta a n d O m a r .
T k a a tte m p t ta lla , a n d J im ta k a a tk a In d ia n ta L e B Io n d .
A lta r
Ton haven't asked me to sit down,
k a a n n * tk a a la r y , L a B lu n d t k r c k a r fa a P a ra d la . J im and A u r a ta a r ra n g e a r e n d e r
and I ’m tired from hard paddling.“
He glanced around the strip of sand
beach, fringed with alder, then shook
House. One, all the trade would
“I know, sweetheart I'll carry that
his head ruefully. "I'm afraid there's
know; the other—only Aurora Le longing through the short days and
only the beach."
BIond and his heart.
the long winter night»—that hunger
“What's the matter with that?“
He filled his deep chest with the
for you." And the factor of Sunset
And she sat down, took a cigarette
spruce-sweet a ir; then expelled it as
House held the sobbing daughter of
from a small case and started to something warm touched hand, lie
Louis LeBIond. as he kissed her hair,
•moke, her dark brows contracted, her
looked down. It was the hand of the
her eyes, her throat.
•yes turned from him where he sat.
girl beside him and the dark eyes
A mile away a canoe slowly ap-
At last she spoke.
which met his shone, but not with
proached, following the shore.
“When a man tells a girl she means mockery.
“There come« Omar."
something to him— that he wants to
" I understand," she said. “It was
"It's over, Jeem—our golden day,"
see her," she began, “and In the same Just to pass the time— until your duty
"There's Marie, too.
breath says he's going away so he called you away."
Come over here In these alders!" she
can't see her, what Is the poor girl to
Wide eyed with surprise he met her suddenly commanded. “I can't bear
dark gaze as she withdrew her hand.
to share you with these people, and
“That the man Is a victim of cir But In the depths of her unwavering
I've a great secret to tell you."
cumstances," Jim answered.
eyes lurked no trace of guiie. Con
In the protection of the alders, she
She shook her dark head. “No, that
fused, electrified by her touch but sus turned and (lung herself iiasaionately
he can't want to see her very much or picious, he passionately rejoined:
Into his arms. "Thia Is my secret. I
"You accuse me of that—you. who are
love you, Jeem Stuart.” she whis
"Do you believe that?” he demanded, going so soon— who amused yourself
.easing impulsively toward her.
with a poor devil of a fur ntan?"
"You'll not forget me down there In
She met his look squarely, qulx-
Her face flamed as he choked out
Winnipeg—not forget me among all
alcally; then asked: “Osn't you wait
the words. With a little cry she fal those city men?" he asked.
until September? I might not go out
tered: “Ah. you do— you do love me
"Forget y o u r Through half closed
of your life— If you'd wait—I'd be sure —Jeem Stuart !”
lids, she looked up at him as she shook
As the sun destroys mist, her cloud
“Sure of what?” He was very near ed eyes— her voice, banished the sus her head "You're a magician— a med
icine man. They don't have them
her now. The arm on which he leaned
picious of the bewildered Stuart.
down there. I had to come to the
visibly trembled with his effort at con With a quick movement he had her In
forests to find one. You've put a
trol. But her dark eyes were now
spell upon me, Jeem Stuart,"
cryptic and he fought down his emo
“And yon love me— Aurore!" he
As the canoes approached, the two
tion. Could It be that she had come murmured, breathing In the fragrance
In the alders said their farewell.«.
out here to play with him—amuse of her hair as he crushed her fiercely
Stepping Into her boat, she turned to
herself? At the thought his bronzed
the man beside her w ith: “Good-by.
face filled with blood.
With a deep sigh she turned in his magician! Don’t forget aie'"
“ Sure of what?” he repeated roughly.
arms and flung back her head. Tak
Jim bent to shove off the craft and
“Why, rd be sure you wanted to
ing hia bronzed face between her his Ups touched her hair as he said:
see me, again." she said, and clasping
hands, the glowing eyes of the girl “It will be black n^ghl up here through
her knees In her hands, rocked gently
lifted to hia
the long snows, Aurore. Come back
back and forth as the face of Jim
“Look, you doubter! Are you sat soon!"
Stuart darkened with anger.
is— " His hungry lips crushed back
The canoes of Aurore and Jim left
So it had been acting, after all, he her words.
the beach and separated. Then across
thought, her face, her eyes, her voice,
There they sat on the shore of the
the water she called back to the man
yesterday at the post?
Lake of the Sand Beaches, the man
whose eyes had not left her: “Au
He got to his feet and walked to of the forests and the girl of the city,
revoirl Until spring!”
the water’s edge with his bitterness.
oblivions of the gulf which separated
Fool, he had been, to allow this girl
“You'll Not Forget Mo Down T ho r*
them; forgetful of the fact lliat long
to draw him on— play with him. to
months would Intervene before the re
lighten the dullness of her visit to the turn of Aurore to Bonne Chance.
Among All Those City Men?” Ho
forests. But he would play out the
Far to the north of the Sand Beaches,
Hours were but minutes to the two
game. He turned to the girl watching
who had found each other only to
him curiously from the sand.
wilderness, lay a land of lake and two figures step out. Reaching the
“I wanted to ask you.' he began as
and muskeg. From thia coun circle of light, the Indians exchanged
“The miracle of your wasllng your
she looked up at him. the trace of a
years before the advent of the customary salutation and hand
lovely self on a fur trader!" Jim was
smile at the corners of her mobile repeating.
LeBIond. had come the best fur shakes with the white man and Esau.
Handing the strangers a plug of to
month, “what Paradis told you about
"My father Is a fur trader." she re traded at Lake Expanse. To the men bacco, Jim Invited them In Ojlbwa to
cur meeting at the split rock."
proved. “And I thought I was being
Aurore's laughter echoed from the
country, and often, as their canoe sit down, while Esau went to the lake
rescued by a Viking that day you
for water and pat the tea pail on the
forest behind her. "He said that be
north beyond the llelght-of-
lifted me Into yonr eanoe. Oh," she
had beaten you with a stick and you said, with her contagions smile, “will
I-and In search of the summer fishing
"Ton have come far," vouchsafed
had promised never to look at me
you rescue tne again, some time.
how he was to win over these super the older of the Indians, In his native
tongue, when he had lighted his pipe
i “Ton believed him?"
“You're In great danger, now. where stitious hunters who, since the build and made a minute Inspection of the
“What, believe Paul Paradis?" she
you are," laughed the enraptured Jim.
young white man through narrowed
protested. “I happened to know that
“I'll have to rescue you from the with the North-West company.
Mr. Jeem Stuart, having looked at me sand." And he swung her to his lap.
At last, one windless evening, the
"Yes." answered Jim, "we have
once, would desire to look again, and that he might run his finger« through
smoke of supper fires, rising from
come to talk to the people of the Pipe
our Paul would not stop him. Beat
Islands, announced that the voyageurs
the raven ripples of her thick hair:
yon with a stick—our pretty Paul? marvel at the smoldering depths of had reached the first of the fishing stone lakes and Sturgeon river."
“You are chief at the post of the
her changing eyes; touch with bis lips camps they sought.
old company, called the House of the
“Thank you. I did want to look the satin textnre of her skin.
“Ah-hah!" exclaimed Omar, trailing
•gain." And he again sat beside her.
bis paddle while he wiped hit wet
g-j they spent the golden hours,
now steeled agilnst the wiles of her
hardly stopping to lunch from the forehead. "Tomorrow we mak' talk
The small eyes of the Indian
wid dese peopl'."
basket Aurore bad brought. And then,
snapped, h li body stiffened, as he
“Now will you tell me why you go
"But It's going to be a Job to get
as the sun swung toward the western
leaned toward Jim and angrily de
•way?” she asked quietly. Her dusky
ridges. with a pang, like the stab of
manded, "Why do yon bring your evil
eyes were serious.
steel. Jim realized that his dream was
“Dey listen all right, w'en we tell
spirits to the Pipestone lakes?”
"Because my duty to my employers
near its end. For if all seemed un dem we come nord. before Crismas,
demands It. Have you ever heard of
real, Imaginary—thia lovely, head In de Little Moon of de Spirit to trade
Dinar, who had been studying the
strong creature earing for Jim Stuart,
ojlbwa, broke Into a loud guffaw.
fu r trader.
“I'd like ro know just bow Paradis
by Esau. “Paradees, he tell
"It's been so beautiful." she said, and Jingwak have got them to believe
you that?” demanded the half-breed.
wistfully. “I f we never meet again, all this devil stuff."
“Are the men of the Pipestone lakes
ws ve had this day."
“We fin’ out. » a n and Omar.”
children to believe the lies of the
•Never meet again?" he gasped.
“I trade for a bark eano' an' tak'
Frenchman? He tell you that to keep
"Don't even think of It! Meet again? leetle trip by myself. Den I know
your fur for himself!”
Why, I'll only exist until you come w'at mak' de troub',” said Esau.
Disconcerted by the ridicule, the
back. It's all I have to live for."
“Ton'll have to be careful, Esau.
“But yon have your duty," she These Ojibwas are a wild lo t They Ojlbwa glanced doubtfully from Omar
to Jim's smiling face.
mocked with a toss of her black head.
wouldn't hesitate to do away with you
(T O B E C O N T IN U E D »
“W e might have many days like this
—before September—only for that
“We'd be sure to have trouble with
your father. He'd find out.” He
shook his bead gravely. “And you'd
not really want me to forget my duty,
From Polar regions where the huge was badly mauled although he did
would you? You wouldn't have me white bear ta the ruler of snowy
come out of the conflict victoriously at
throw up my work and follow you to
wastes. to the tropica where the little the last. Certainly Godfrey de Bouil
cinnamon bear haunts the Jungle, or lon would bear witness to the fact that
“ 'I could not love thee half so much,
to the Antipodes where much smaller there was nothing incongruous In the
loved 1 not honor more,'" she taunted.
plantigrade» are styled bears, every story David told of having killed a
“Oh, yon men! You'd die for love,
part of the world has. or appears to bear in protecting h it father’s sheep
so you say; but your duty—well.
have had. some member of the bear at Bethlehem (Samuel 17:34-30'.
*1 Understand," She Said. “ It W at
family among Its aboriginal Inhabi
Just to Pass the Tim s— U n til Your
Paradia« for Shoppers
Duty Called You Away."
Despite the evidence of Scripture
the neck uf the mm bev'de her. “Oh.
For centuries the center of Japan's
that word—duty. Miss Aurnre Le
Jeeem, I lov» you so. I Just can't
arts and crafts, Kyoto, the ancient
ed the Idea of bears existing in Syria capital, has never relinquished Its
think of your going away."
“Yes. I have heard of It, Mr. Jeem
“You'll write very often and send or the lloly land Ignorance of ordl
leadership In the creation of things
Stuart, but 1 am wondering If its de them all by the Christmas mail?” he nary historical fueta was part of the beautiful. Here, In tiny shops handed
mands are greater than those of love." raid, stroking her thick hair.
equipment of these doubters. They down from father to son. the secrets
He turned on her In amazement to
knew nothing of. nor studied the ac of the craft are Jealously guard»! as
“But a canoe may ge »»uih in the
find her troubled eyes seeking the dis fall."
counts of the life history of the good nimble fingers turn out the heautlfnl
tant ridges. Here was a new mood.
knight Godfrey of Bouillon, who with cloisonnes, the boxes and trays and
“ Yes. and I I I go to Expanse on the
“lly place, as you've doubtless first sledding snow. The last eanoe hia brothers Eustace and Baldwin led cases of damascene and lacquer, the
heard your father say, has not been from the railroad might bring vour an army of forty thousand German Inimitable swords whose blades sur
successful. This is my last .rear here
soldiers to Join the crusade to deliver pass those of Damascus, the hronr.es
— unlesa I ran make It pay. There's
“Jeem Stuart, what bar« you done Jerusalem from the Saracens towards In various sizes and shapes— from the
no room for failures In the fur trade.” to me?” she suddenly exclaimed, bold-
the end of the Eleventh century, and huge more-then man-high lantern to
With mouth set stiffly, Jim gazed tag him at arm's length. "I've never
who during the long siege of Antioch the delicate silver bronze match bos
sway across the rippled surface of fait this way before." She touched
In Syria went alone to the defense of -—the dalaty fUtsuma and Awats
the lake. Stuart, he mused. the man te r heart. “It's as If I'd been stabbed, a poor woodcutter against a fiercely ware—Kyoto Is the shopper's Pars
who had .o a t* tw o failures at Sunset
a Hack leg bear i a which eocouter l*a
Bear Family Widespread Throughout the World
HAT a costume can be successful brown and whits cotton tuesh. It Is
and outstanding only In so far as everything It should be to quality as
tt 'a underwritten with accessories
supremely modish Her swanky whits
which are pre-eminently correct and kid pumps are trimmed In two tones
attractive Is a lesson which la being of brown These Identical shades ot
Instilled Into the minds of ths presen: brown reuppear In the striped scar!
generation with ever Increasing em
collar of the dress.
A shoe of llalterlng appearance and
This sensitiveness to perfection one which Is adaptable fur wear at
down to the minulest detail of the cos
any tluw of the day ta the sandal
turns la becoming mors scute among which has an unusual use of cord
the fair sex with each paaslug year
lacea which hold the shoe together In
Especially la the call for that which a draw-string fashion as Illustrated Is
la beautiful and chic heard In the the lop little Inset picture. This
realm of modem footwear. Full well Olympic sandal, aa It Is called. Is one
does every style minded woman of to of the prettiest, moat becoming to-tlie
day realize that shoes are for more feet tyi>e of shoes brought out this
than a mere covering for the feeL Not season. The original of ths model pic
only must they sound an ealhetlc note tured Is In brown and fawn tonea ol
In the scheme of things but there must exquisitely soft kid. The same shoe
be that about them which la so dla
Is adorable In all whits with perhaps •
tlnctlvely new aa to proclaim them ol touch of contrast color In ths self kid
trimming In while It la very charm
As every woman knows there Is no Ing worn with the white frock or suit,
media for dainty shoes which so con
It« color accent In the trimming re
rlncingly carries an sir of refinement peating certnln bright or pastel tones
as soft exquisite kid. This season found In the scarf and other scces
stresses that fact to • greater degree sories which complement the ensembl*
than ever, for fine kldskln has become
A wardrobe of footwear which does
the Idol of the hour so far as shoe not Include at least one puir of gen
artistry Is concerned.
teel black shoes Is sadly lacking Is
Brown-trimmed white kid shoes are one of the real essentials to gen'd
particularly good style. The young dreaslng. The stunning mode* shown
woman In the picture who Is gazing In the lower Inset strikes a high sjwit
so admiringly at her smartly shod feet In alioecrnft. Its sophlstlcaled aim
ha* subscribed to the brown and while pllclty of tinea makes It a classic.
vogue, tier dress Is •
I t i l W aditFrn .N»w«fwn»w»
New Blues Are Popular
as Are Beige Outfits
nt < u n tie
M o n iis i
In many yeurs fashion’s tarar ot
nlack even for spring, has been so
strong that you fell as If you were
■-ailed u|ion to choose between blark
and black I
This year, unless black turns out
to he a dark horse, it will be Just an
“a l* i ran’" In the race.
Those who want to de|uiri from tbe
tim ber will have a delightful Olein
ma. There are blues, from a bright
dark blue to the dee|>est navy; there
la beige, playing a return engagement
by request, after many seasons.of ab
sence from the fashion scene; there
sre rust reds and soft greens and
rich browns—many f the latter used
In combination with blue, beige and
For color contrast Is still Ini
portanu but in less obvious versions
than ran riot last spring.
Suit Jackets are short, high wnlstrd
and very launty.
Coats are long,
broad shouldered, and definitely filled
through the body.
Tucking la Beautifier
of Even Simplest Frock
Tucking, that prime ben ut I tier of
even the simplest frock Is very much
In evidence since this material lends
Itself definitely to that form of ornn
uientnilon. lust ns It does to pleats and
Km h friM-ks can easily become pro-
ressionxlly girlish which la Just an
other way of calling them Insipid, tun
the clever designer watches for till«
and generally Introduces some restrain
ing roueh that gives a slightly tail
•■red air to the model. It Is this hal
ance that marks the fine garnent as
being < ih h an I. an is as lm|airtant as
It ia In any other field where Individ
Four Fabrica Used in
M ilady’s New Sport Coat
Fout materials are used to niHke a
ahrlc tor madame's spring sports coot
•ne ol the smartest fabrics for spring
wear is woven of silk, artificial silk
cotton and wool.
It 1« beige streaked with brown
it-rends and resembles a loose gunny
Daring color coni rusts, thv more
darlBf the smarter Is fashion's Idea ol
things this season. It la in the sports
realm that the theory Is working out
with moat pronounced success, and
along most original lines For In
stance. there's the little white sports
dress In the picture. It Is one ol ths
llkatile t)|M-s made ol i|a»ngy durene
mesh This frock is particularly Inter
eating because It says sports with •
decided, energetic accent. Heat of all
Its fabric la IdeMlIy suited to active
usage because nflet many tubbings
and lots of sunshine it entnes out as
gtaai looking ns ever But about that
bold dash of color every really chle
«porn (Irene must Haunt. Hits time II
le a very wide girdle of linen finiulng
rpd In this Instance hut It would have
been equally as effective In bright blue
nr a lively tangerine shade or (ockey
green If green's yonr choice. Of
course the lltll» beret must repeal