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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, II WANTED Twenty Bridge Carpenters and Helpers Apply to T. M.' EVANS, The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. SOPHY OF KRAVON1A By Aiithony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda1 Steuovics added. ladies been there during the the Prince of Slavna's stay." Tho king shot a glance at Countess Ellen burg. She looking prim and grim. He looked also at StafnltE, who bit his mustache without quite hiding an intentional, but apparently irrepres- sible, smile. The king did not look too jmive. and most of his gravity was for j Countess -is this moment he asked. His question met wltb silence. The air of aM three intimated that the mat- ter Was purely one for bis majesty. The king sat a moment with a frown on his brow. this silence came a load voice from the next voice: "Take care! care! You'll upset the flowers, The king started: lie looked, 'around at his companions. Then he struck a band bell on the table before bun. Le- If Ninet ineteeji NEWS FROM SPRING COULEE pivsenr upon this occasion, although; page appeared. L ._..'_ Spring- Coukv. lie AlOt'W left Monday for his home near ilhn. 1 O. K. Matson. ,jeft Monday for HeXUl return in a few j davs. i LatU-r__Day Saints Sunday School of Spring- Coulee will liave tJheir annual picnic Friday. Aug. 13. They will -go to the Driver. Mr. and 3frs. J. itacjeri- son, Aug-. 10, a boy. -Mr. and Frances Binghaxu, Aug.. 9, a boy. Harlan Thompson returm.-d to- day from High Biver. 3Irs. Clara Thompson will accom- pany a crowd from Spring Coulee to the Lakes on .Saturday. Mr. Louis ilarned left Spring Cou- lee rvtondar for Leavitt. 3Ir. Wayne Mopping has accepted a position in the elevator. Men have arrived to -work on the bridges across tie canal which ''were in, very dangerous condition. They will rebuild some of the bridges. A new one hundred foot steel bridge built across the coulee this fall- Miss Gifford wont to Cards-ton yes- j terday on business. j _llr. AVilson. missionary in. charge of j :tbe Presbyterian Church announced .tbat he wants the membership list maide, out'by the time the new church is built. He wishes'.to' have all who want to Join to hand in their :if.iss Deloras Shoemaker and Miss IVf-ae Hair went to Oardston Monday where they wilj visit at Miss Hall's home for a few days. 'Sielzrnan expected back from G-alesbarg, 111., in time for harvest. ne lias already arranged for two meet- ing1- durnii.' September Halifax countv. L ep age, whom did yoii n d- (Lresa as. DRESS, PARIS PATTERN NO. 2961 All Seairis 'Allowed j This pretty little model" is some-: would have advised. what on the jumper plan." full- away, all of them, the of flu- waist portion k distri- Stenovics. Stofnitz. round i -L. n Markart, each smiling according to by wide tucks on tbe should- quaiity of ehch: ers and the square neck and round armholcT- are -scalloped and embroitt- to Maj: von Hollbrandt's shrug of the shoulders. There uve things which. brin Thr short skirt is jror- j men to -what painful ..youth was taught to waist under a belt of the to call the least common denominator. (material, the inverted box-plait at A horserace does it, a prize _ fight a t 11 cricket match, a brittle, too.- m some WANT "MR. BORDEN TO ATTEND j thti. back the necessary Eqaal3y efficacious very often. Ottawa. Auc. R. L. Bor- den, leader of. ex- pected to return from bis vacation The guimpe is of lawn, trim-i thougb jt .g to recorded med with insertions of narrow is a broidery.. is in 4 size? proper issue obvious.; to 12 years. Tor a girl oi 10 years! The matter was grave, yet all the CT i tlv V-' vird- of Mia- i men laughed. was grave, tnp to Europe on Sept. 4th. Mr. ,T. and Countess EJlcnbnrg did not laugh. CarEtairs. 24 mdlet 1-c Stafnitz ealled her inches wide, 2 vaxds.36.m. or IX yards 42 inches wide; dotjbt Besides, men will laugh at wide- tive organizer for Ontario, is here and hopfs to arrange for Mr. deii's presence at thtr home coming demonstration to be tendered by the j Conservatives of Western Ontario io wide Htm. AT. J. Hanna. upon his arrival., It likely that Mr. Bordeu will be' L'ruv Pattern. 10. cents. mj tJ.VU UU- 4LH-AI w guimpe needs 2% yards 18 'inches j tne issues of the. gravest affairs. The door of the Kootenay drops down.and provides a shell upon rest tjas ans "Lepage, -whom did you address as 'prince' just -'Count sir." i "The count insisted." i -'Don't do it again! It's i absurd 1 Go A dull red patched {Countess Eiicnburg-'s cheeks. Lids .brooded tow over the eyes of Stafnitz and of -Sre- uovies. It'.was a very I awkward little scene. The king's irritation bad i got the better of him j for the moment- would the kindred -of the exalted princess t have said? The king turned to Conn't- j ess Ellenburg and forced a smile. '-The question .of reproof is-one for I you. .he said frigidry. "And now about the No. l mean I1 Canted to ask .if ray wishes have j been, com tn unicated to the Prince of j "The prince has received them. sir. j He read them in the presence of my 'messenger and requested leave to send i his answer in writing, unless he might wait on your majesty." i "There are reasons bad bettei j not see him just now. Ask him to trrite, but verj- soon. The matter isn't one for delay." The king rose from his seat _ majesty still wishes uie tc send for Baroness The king reflected for a moment and answered simply. "No." -His brief word" broke confer- ience. It had already lasted longer than f suave and reassuring Dr. Natcheff The men went tWWDON, TORONTO. MONTREAL, WINNIPEG. VANCOUVCR. ST. JOHN. flAMILTOW LETHBRIDGE AGENTS wide or 1% i it. is not generally the case with- wo- yards of in-i Added again to .this, i Countess Eilctil-'iirg knew more or di- i vined more. Ainonjr sclariug tlivoi-sity I there -was perbaps-something, an atom, i of similarity between her aiid i not the something- which the Something which couples high con- ditions with The''thousandth chance is to" most men negligible. To most 'women it is uo worse thaivJhe "Ceuth. .Their sense of mathematical odds is sorely and sometimes magnifi- cently imperfect. It had flashed across Countess Ellen- burg's mind that maybe, Sophy." too. played for a big stake, or. rather, livefl for it and so would die. The men had not thought of that. To them the vio- lent flirtation had its obvious end and its passing might de- lay the prince's departure for awhile. It might make his more eii- iirely. an affair of duty' and" of' state. With this idea they smiled and shrug- ged. The whole business came under, the head which in their thoughts and tlieir confidential .conversations they would style'nonsense. It was'not so with the countess. Dis- concerted by that episode of Lepage and young- Alexis, more moved by the sudden appearance of Baroness Do- brava as a factor in the game, she re- turned to prayer. What now was the form and matter her prayer? The form must go un- formulated and ihe words unconjec- tnred. Yet she prayed so long that she" I must in petting a good face on her petitions. j It is probable that she prayed for 1 others as she prayed for herselL She prayed that thePrince oiSlavnaandthe Baroness Dobrava might escape temp; Or that if they Again it war not for her to dictate to Keaven.jsHea.T- eft bad its ways of dealing with" soch ySet through all her prayers must hmve echoed the words. "It's She prayed again most likely against being suspected of wishing the man who uttered them, her husbaad, caigbt soon be dead. The kins dead and the prince a to the idle hours of an un- profitable love! It was a fine riaion needed a vast deal of coTering with the Teil of prayer. (If out of town write us.) l> I UIE Prince of Slavna's answer to I the intimation of. his father's I wishes was dutiful, courteous and discreetly diplomatic. The prince was 'much occupied with his and other occupations. He avalV td himself- of Mai von Honbrandt'fc practiced The guest was glad to do his royal host this favor; TIsey thlked over the sense of the rer ply. .Mas.then drafted it The rectintr n plant in a central and convenient po- sition, and it is generally believed that they have selected Fernio most suitable place for tho es- tablishmerit of their enterprise. If such be the case it will mean a -great- ly improved pay roll ami will do {.much, towards making this the big- centra in the in- I ttrior of the province. GRAND LODGE I.O.O.F. ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR V. C. French, of Wetaskiwin, is the j Grand Meeting in Calgary Strathcona. Aug. .follow-j ing ufficers of the- grand lodge. T.O., 0. were all elected by acclama-! tion today: Grand Masu-r, V. C. taskiwin. i Deputy Grand Master, W.G. Fort Saskatchewan. J Grand Secretary. 0. E. Tisdalo. of j Calgary. j Grand Treasurer, H. J. Adamcs.j Calgary. -Grand Warden, 0; H. Dingman. Calgary. The. session closed, tonight with, a big banquet, and will meet noxt year at Ca.lgafy. A resolution was passed calling up- oii members to give the ilodge benefit society preference when see'king in- surance. The balance of. the Grand Lodge officers were appointed this evening bv tile executive as follows: Special TABLE D'HOTE DINNER "Every D.-iy this vVWk at UK- CLUB CAFE FORD ST., Opposite Paiice Marshall, L. Brown.. Edmonton; Grand Conductor. W. Jtt-dicine Hat: Grand Herald, "R.; H. Falrley. LinisfaiL; Grand H. Bates; Macleod; Grand Chaplain. W. G. Fortune, Red Deer. Thos. Biitli pleaded guilty, .to stea-ling at Begina and will be tencecl-. "tomorrow. spread out his liftnds, itnth a shrug. NEW FALL DRY GOODS NEWEST IN ORESS GOODS AND SILKS PANAMA AND VENETIAN DRESS SKIRTS DIRECT FROM THE MAKER. VELVET CORD SUITING IN RICH COLORINGS. SPECIAL VALUES IN THE STAPLE DEPARTMENT.' TOWELS, TOWELING, TABLE LINEN, SHEETINGS AND j PlLtOW COTTONS. was melting into sprtnf, (Tr Bt We Arc offering- special bargains in Boots arid men. and chilflrerr. Everything "in" the Departrneut rerluced in j A Girls' .to Selling at j }.ien's Boots, .--worth and j Women's Boots, worth 84.00 to ai FRUITS FRUITS Let us have your ojrclers for Peaches and .Plums for preserv- ing. -Quality and 1 _ A. MACDONALD CO. THE CASH STORE ;