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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE LETHBRIDGE DAIUY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, IM9. WANTED SOPHY OF KRAVON1A Twenty Bridge Carpenters' _____ and Helpe rs Author Of "The Prisoner Of Zenda" Steuovics added. i ladies have there during tbe whole pf the i Prince of Slavna'.s stay." j Tho king shot a glance at Countess i Ellen burg. She -was looking prim and i grim. He looked also at Stafnite. who I bit his mustache witboot quite biding j an intentional, but apparently irrepres- j sibte. smile. The king did not look too I roost of bis jjrnritr was for Countess Ellen burs. uUfo'-. Nineteen "1s at this moment quite Apply to T. M. EVANS, The JSIbfirta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRJDGE. NEWS FROM SPRING COULEE Spring t'ouKv. Aug. II.- lio Morrow Monday for Minneapolis. IMinn. -Mr, l.es- j his home prcsfii: tiii> he has arranged for r.vo ihgs s-'Ot-'-nib'-r in Halifax oonr.tv. he askod, His question met with silence. air of all three Intimated that the inat- I ter purely one for his majesty. The king sat a moment with a frown 'on his brow. i A' TOSS this silence came a locd voice from the next Lepage's voice: "Take care.' You'l! upset the tlowe.rs. prince.'" The king started, lie looked around at his companions. Then he struck a hand bell on the table before him, Le- page appeared. ;E Triuco of siavna's answer to he intimation of his father's vislics was dutiful. and discreetly diplomatic. Tbe prince was much occupied with his trills and other occupations. He avail- id himself- of Mai von practiced Tbe guest was glad to do his royal host this favor. I They to Iked over the sense of the re- nly. Mas.then Unified it. The prince no more than amend certain ex- pressions which tbe young diplomatist hau used. Max'wrote thai tue prince cordially sympatbizccl with the king's wishes; the prince amended to the ef- fect that he thoroughly understood them. Max wrote that The priuce was prepared cordially and energetically to co-operate in their realization: the prince preferred to be prepared to con STEP RIGHT IN Our cafe is open at all hours. You often pay 50c for a meal not as good as ours for 25c. Best Ice Cream in the city, received fresh from Spokane dally. See our imported silks and Japaneseware. CHOW SAM CO. BESIDE GRAY'S HARDWARE ROUND STREET I prince preferred to be prepared to con- "Lepage, wubm did ynn addrrss as sidor them in a benevolent spirit. Max i suggested4that two or three months' ANOTHER INDUSTRY Monday for L ep c, whom did you ad- drcstf as 'prince ju-tst now? Mr. O. K. M'utson Warner, llo vfiU njturn in a few days. The Lat tiT ____ I tey Saints Sunday School of Spring Coulee will have their annual picnic Fricfciy. 13. They will go to the river. Air. and Mrs. J. Macjeri- soa, Aug. 10, a boy. -Mr. and .Mrs. Frances TJimrham, Aug.. 9, a boy. Air. Harlan Thompson returiu-d to- day from High River. Airs. Clara Thompson, will aecom- j pany a crowd from Spring Coulee to i the on .Saturday. i Mr. Louis iiarncd left Spring Cou- loo Monday for Leavitt. 3Ir. vTayue Mopping- has accepted a j position in the elevator. i Men have arrived to work on tbe bridges across the canal which 'were j in a very dangerous condition. They j will rebuild some of the bridges. j A now one hundred foot steel bridge i will fys built across the this i fall. Miss Giflord wont TO fardston yes- tcrday on business. i Mr. Wilson, missionary in charge of thf Presbyterian Church announced that he wants the membership list made Out by the time the new church is built. He wishes.to have all who want to join to hand in their letters. Miss Deloras Shoemaker and Miss Mao Hall went to Cardston where they will visit at Miss home for a few days Mr. Fred Steizman expected hack j armholes are galloped and slmiS or from Gaiesbunr Til in timf. T, p. fem0roij shoulders. There are things which I "mL The ?hon .km it men to what painful youth was taught _ ___________ T0 waist under ,-i belt of the to call the least common denominator. j material, the inverted box-plaii at j horse race does it, a prize fight, a i WANT MR. 8ORDEN TO ATTEND llie back giving the necessary match. n battle, too. in some i ness." The gniinpe is of lawn, trim- Gl'RLJj' DRESS, WITH GUIilPK PARIS PATTERN NO. 2961 All Seams Allowed Tins pretty little model zs.c-ut "Connt A "The count iusisted." "Don't do it again: absurd.' Go A dul! red patched C u D tess Ellen burg's cheeks. LJds brooded over the eyes of Sutfoitz and of Sie- uuvics. It was a very av.'kward lirtle scene. The king's irritation bad i got the better of aim for the What i would the kindred of the eiaited princess have said? The king turned to Count- ess Elleuburg and forced a smile. question of reproof is one for i you, countess." he said frigidly. "And j now about the No. I mean i 1 wanted to ask if my wishes have j been communicated to the Prince of Slavna." "The prince has received them. sir. i He read them in the presence of my messenger and requested leave to send i his answer in writing, unless he might j wait on your majesty." "There are reasons had better not see him just now. Ask him to i write, but very soon. Tbe matter isn't one for delay." The king rose from his seat. "Tour majesty still wishes me to sead for Baroness TJie king reflected for a moment and answered simply. "No." His brief word broke up.the confer- postponement of the suggested journey i would not in itself be fatal: the prince i j insistwl that such a delay -.vas essential i in order that negotiations might.bo set i j on foot to insure his being welcomed j-witli due empressemeut. Max; added i that the later date would have an in- j citieutal advantage since it would ob- viate the necessiry of the prince's inter- j rnpting the imporr.-nif labors on which he was engaged; tbe prince said instead J that, in his judgment, it was essential i in the interests of ihe kingdom that the task of training the artillery should not be interfered with by any other ob- ject, however well worthy of consid- eration that object might be. In the result the draft as amended. though not less courteous or dutiful than Max's original, was uoticeably more stiff. Translate Uiem both into the terse and abrupt speech of every- i day life and one said. "IVI rather not, j please." while the other <-anie at least j very near to a blank "1 Max's was acquiescence coupled with a pray- er for postponement. The prince's was postponement.- with an accompanying j assurance of respectful consideration, j Mai was not hurt, but be felt a pro- fessional disapproval. The prince bad j said more and shown more of his mind than was needful. It was throwing more cards on the table than the rnles i of the game demanded. j "Mine u-onld have done just as j he complained to Marie Zerkovitch. "If mine had he-en refected bis could have followed. AS it is, lie's wasted, one or Steet Tipple Manufacturers Expect- ed to Locate at Fernie Ki-nii.', Aug. is a well grounded rumor that the town i< soon to the location of another niL' industry employing a large staff oi ni'-n. A tinu of steel tipple num- ufactiir-r.-t havo lately been making I in regard t" a site for the. of oxtV-nsive work.-. I and it is now more than probable! that they will open a plant' herr- as! Conditions Umve been found satisfac- tory.. The opening up of the vast coal areas throughout the district and the activity of the railways in! si-t-king an entrance into the terri- tory have induced the firm to con- sider the advisability of erecting n plant in a central and convenient po-1 sition, and it is generally believed that they have selected Fernie nf the most suitable place for thr es- tablishment of their enterprise. If such be the case it will mean a irreat- ly improved pay roll and will, do much Towards making this jri'st- manufacturing, centre in the in- tf-rior of the province. GRAND LODGE LO.O.F. ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR V. C: French, of Wetaskiwin, is the Grand Meeting in Calgary Strathcona. Aug. How- ing officers of thf grand I.Q. 0. P.. were all elected by acclama-' tion today; Grand V. C. Freneii. i taskhvin. Deputy Gran-d Master, W.G. Sliei-a, Furl Saskatchewan. Grand Secretary. 0. E. of; Calgary. Grand Treasurer, H. J j Calgary. Grand Warden. 0. H. Dinjmian.. t Calgary. The sep.-ii.m closed tonight with a bi.tr banquet, and will next year at Calgary. A resolution was passod calling up-i on members to give the Jodge benefit j society wh--n se-kin- in- surance. i The of the Gran.i Lodge j officers wer.- appointed this ''venin-' i .1 Special TABLE D'HOTE DINNER 'Every this at th.- CLUB CAFE FOID SI, Opposite fibu Urm Marshall, L. Brown, Edmonton; Gran.i ronductor, W. -Met.iic-inr- Huf: Grand Herald, H. H. Fairley. Innisi.iil; Grand Guardian, H. Rates, .Afacleod; Grand Chaplain, W. G. Fortune, Red Doer. guilty to horse- loir.orrow. ..tul tin- juniper plan. 'The with a smile, all of them, the Equally enacacions very often. I though it is to be recorded vritb reluc- with insertion, or narrow eai- fl. tance, is a strong flirtation with.DO Ottavrji, Aug. R. L. den, leader of the apposition. is ex-! broidery. is in 4 size? i proper issue obvious peeled to return from his vacation 1- rears. For a girl of 10 year? i The matter grave, yet all the trip to Exirope on Sept. Mr. -J. j tn'" dress requires 3% yard.-: oi ma- j men laughed- The matter was jrrave. B. Carfetairs, the Liberal-Couserva- j inches wide, 3 1-S yards 27 live organizer for Ontario, is here inches wide, 2 1-8 yards.36 in. wide, :md hopes to arrange' for Mr. Bor-! or yards -12 inches wide; the den's presence at the home coming I SuimPe needs '2% yards 18 inches demonstration to be. tendered by wide, yards 27 inches wide or IX "I don't much difference. There's little enough truth in either of she snapped. .Max looked at her with an amused and; tolerant smile, lie knew quite what she NEW FALL DRY GOODS i meant. He i shook his bead at her with a i humorous rwin- We.- "Ob. don't s of Ontario to Hon. W. J. Htmna. upon his arrival. It is likely that Mr. Borden will be yards 36 inche.- 3 yards of in-; man." Added Countess Ellonbnrjr. did not Jnujrh. Was that what Stafnitz called her j and her temperament? In part, 1 dame! There's a very .fair allow- It is_ not generally the "case with wo- ance truth" again to this, .f Pattr-rn. 10 The oven door of the Kootenay drops down and provides a shelf which bO .Q. a cor 15 braced "Countess Ellen burg knew more or di- i vined more. Ainonsr fflarins: diversity 'i there was perhaps something, an atom, j -i of similarity between her.and act the something which refuses, -bin j i the something- which cor.plcs high con- iditions with assent.. Tbe rliousandtli j cbarce is to most men negligible. To f most women It is no worse i tenth. Tbeir sense of mathematical odds is sorely aiid sometimes maguifi- cently imperfect. It had rlasbeJ across Countess Ellen- burg's uiind that mr.ybef Sophy, too, played for a big stake, or. rather. lived for it and so would die. The men bad J not tbongbt of tbat. To Them tbe vio- i lent flirtation had its obvious end and its passing might de- Jay the prince's departure for awhile. It might make bis marriage more eu- lirely au affair of duty and" of state. With this idea tbcy smiled and shrug- ged. The wbole business came tinder the head wh-ch their thoughts and their confidential .conversations they wocid style nonsense. I It was not so with tbe countess. D3s- i concerted by tbat episode of Lepage .'and young Alexis, more moved by the sudden appearance of Baroness Do- i brava as a factor in the gnme, she re- turned to prayer. What BOW was the form and matter j of her prayer? The form must go un- formulated and tbe words unconjec- tared. Yet she prayed so long that she I most have succeeded in putting a good Quite half the truth. I should think. He is really very au.x- ious about the TOWMTO. MONTKttL. W1NNIPCC. LETHBRIDQE AQENT8 new (If out of town write i Max xprcad out h-ls hsmds, with a shrug, j i "And about what i i Mas spread out his hands, with a j j shrug, bat passed tbe question by. "So-: j-raucli truth, in fact, tbat it would have served amply for least two be remarked, returning to his own spe- 1 cial point of complaint. i Marie might well amuse the easy tog. and curious young man. He loved to watch his fellow i creatures tinder the stress of feelings :.froin which be himself was free and found in tbe opportunities afforded him In this line the chief interest both of his life and of his profession. had gradually risen to" a i high, nervous tension. She was no puritan. Puritans were not common in Kravonia nor had Pqris grafted such a Klip on to her nature. Had she thought as tbe men in tbe palace thought when they smiled, had she thought that and no more, it is scarcely likely that she would have thus disturbed herself. After all. such cases are generally treated us in some sense outside tbe common rules. Exceptional allowances are. in fact, whether yruycriy or made for exceptional situations. An- other feeling ir. her mirsd. an ob- session which had come almost wholly to possess her. The fateful foreboding which had attacked her from the first on ber petitions. j had now ful1 dominion over her. Its It is probable that she prayed for clo-sely on her oo fr.f spirit day by day as day bv dav the prince and Sophy drew closer together, i Even that Sophy had once saved his I life could now no longer shake Marie's j doleful prepossession. Unusual and UBL- i looked for things take color from the j I ea had ways of dealing such of the spectator. The strange j sinners. trains of events whicb had brought So- 1 pny to Praslok ominous shad- ows from a nervous, apprehensive tern- perament j No such gloom brooded over Sophy. She gave herself up to tbe past forgotten, the future never thought of. It was the greatNtime of her life. Her feelings, while not less spontatie- ous and freah, were more mature and more fuJly satisfied thanNrben Casinir NEWEST IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS PANAMA AND VENETIAN DRESS SKIRTS DIRECT FROM THE MAKER. VELVET CORD SUITING IN RICH COLORINGS, SPECIAL VALUES fN THE STAPLE DEPARTMENT. TOWELS, TOWELING, TABLE LINEN, SHEETINGS AND PILLOW COTTONS. BARGAINS IN SHOES f jxrf-' offering special bargains in Boots and men. j j v.-oim-'n ;ind children. Everything "ir. thf "DepnruneiU. reducefl in j t F f Girls' worth .to Seilinp- Boot.-, worth nnrl 85.00. Selliair a: Women's Boots, worth 84.00 to Selling- others as she prayed for prayed that the Prince of Slavna and tbe Baroness Dobrava might escape temp- tation, Or that if they fell- Again it WM j not for her to dictate to FRUITS FRUITS us have your orders for Fancies and Plums for preserv- Quality nnd prices right. i sinners. Tet through all her prayers muit have echoed tbe words. "It's Sbe prayed again most likely against being suspected of wishing that the man who uttered them, her bosbftad, aright soon be dead. Tbe king dead and tbe prince a to the idle hours of aa nn- profitable lore! It was a fine Ytton aad needed n vast deal of coTertng with the rell of prayer. j de Sams ponred his love at her A cry of happiness almost lyrical i tbrwogb her seaufy record of was little tefarara for diary Winter waa raelting into Rptteft A. MACDONALD CO THE CASH STORE ;