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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THELETHBRtDQE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II, J9M. ESS SOPHY OF KRAVONIA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta. and thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from tc For terms call or write to- By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" Ludtke Waddell Your Bosom Friend LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. REPAIR WORK LEFT AT OUR SHOP IS ALWAYS PROMPTLY AT- TENDED TO PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION EVERY TIME Ir- THIS DEPARTMENT A. EASTON A. Macdonalcl Co. Beside Grab's Sophy laughed gayly. "I have his majesty's authority to Merrily ilt.M the choose my officers." said the j ''a I lint: evening liy side. Kas- smilinR. "Baroness, wilt you be a lieu- rati5 was i effort to conceal himself. He was just looking on, a stranger to the town, interested in the pictur- esque little scone. The face was that of Lieu- tenant llastatx. She watched the drill- ing. of the guiiuors and then rode.baok with the prince, escorted beyond the gates by a cheering. throng, which had HOW been joined by -many women. Dusk was falling, and the old gray city took on a ghostly look. The glory of the sunshine .had departed. Sophy shivered a little beneath her furs. "Monseigneur, did'you see she asked. "No; I didn't see him, but I knew be was here. Lukoritch told me yester- day." "Aud not in "He has leave, no doubt, and his form wouldn't make his stay in seni any more pleasant." "What's he there she asked fretfully. "Ah, baroness, you muse inquire of i those who sent him. I think." His tone i was light and merry. j "To spy on you. I suppose! I hate I his being there. isn't worthy j to be in dear VolsenL" j and Volseni have fallen in love with each other, r see! A3 for spying, I ill I'm doing I do openly and all I shall do. but I don't blame Stenovica for j keeping an eye on me, or Stafnltz eith- er. 1 do my best to keep an' on them, yoo know. TVe needn't be afraid of Rastarz. we who have beaten Her- raJes Mistijgb in open "Ob. well, away with crfed So- phy. 'The snow's not we eanfer borne, spare stood j crisp air. the silent suggestion of gath- I ering night, her prince who rode beside Prulok rose too soon before her unwill- ing1 She drew reign, sighing. "If life were just all that and else.'" said, as he helped her to dis- mount and the grooms took the horses. She stopped halfway up the steep wood- en causeway and turned to iook back toward Volseni. The prince stood close by her. "Thafs good, but life has better things." he gaid softly.' "To ride to- gether is good and to play together, but to work together is better still, baron- For a moment Sophy was silent Then she laughed in joy. I ''Well, i'm to wear uniform heJUCcforth. He drew Her hand and kissed it. j Very slowly and gradually she drew it away, her eyes meeting his as he nils- ed his head. The heavy door at the top of the causeway opened. Marie Zerkovitch stood there, holding a lamp high, in her hand. The sudden.-light 'flooded their faces. For a moment he looked at her, then n'.gain -on his way to the stables. So- phy ran up to where Marie Zerkovitch stood. heard our she asked Phone 75 m HOLES PRE MO HIGH CIOSE1 HAYR BROS. COMPLETE P.O. Box 27 sit WHS UTJIOED NICK ClOSET COMPIETE STEEL COOK STOVES UP OUR SPECIAL HOMESTEADERS' OUTFIT, compris- v and Pans, and Tools ..But there was no responsive, smile j on Marie's lips. .For her, too. tfie light i had shone on those two faces, and she was sorely troubled. The next day again they rode togeth- j er, and the next On the third day So- i pby rode into Volseni in the sheepskin i cap and tunic, a short habit of bloe hiding breeches and coming halfway over her long boots. i prince gave her -his hand as they j into the market place. i Marie Zerfcovitcb trembled. Max voa j Hollbrandt shrugged his shoulders with a langb. and little Rastatz drove back to Slavna through tbe aight He thought that he bad seen enough for his purposes. His report might be use- ful in The city on the Krath. If you are painting, the best is the cheapest and STEPHEN'S is recognised as THE BEST. We are the Sole Agents. FROM PER GAL. SPORTING GOODS. We have all kinds of them at low prices, GUNS from Call and jet acquainted with us at the show. You will find us i the tent adjoining hall m BROS. 510, KEDPATH STREET, LETHBRIDGE BREMNER ELECTRIC CO. WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF FIXTURES AND SHADES IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ESTIMATES FREE MOTORS IN STOCK PHONE 312 WE GUARANTEE OUR TUNGSTEN LAMPS These Lamps will Reduce Your Light Bill 70 per cent. HILL BLOCK DUFFERW STREET ;