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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ttERALD, TUttOAY, AUOUfT PAOC TMftO will be closed every Wednesday afternoon during July and August r x, WE ARE HERE We wish to assist you in your Publicity 'Campaign as we are equipped with the latest ideas in both Retail and Wholesale Advertising. We can materially assist you and ask that you give us a trial. Our lines embrace advertising in its vari- ous forms; viz.: Ad. writing, Distributing of Advertising Matter, Demonstrating, Ad- dressing, Show-card Writing, Tacking of Cards and Signs in conspicuous places. KELLY 20 BRYAN BLOCK PFAFF I. f LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. !SEARCHING PREMISES FOR MISER'S WEALTH Seventy Thousand Dollars Has Al- ready Been Discovered Hidden in Various Places i Aug. dark I ness fell last, night those in author- i ity continued to find money and; i around the of Pfter Liebauch, the miser of the north side whose ar- irest caused such financial revelations i While the .Farmers' Deposit National .Bank of Piitsburg, which is taking charge of the money as it comes in, will give out no further figures, it is i estimated that the wealth altogether j found will total about" 000. Fully persons spent the day around! jilace annoying the police who! had great trouble keeping them from rushing thf premises in hope's of gett ing some of the wealth yet known to be there. A 'squad of police was placed on guard. During the day, the police dug up a rough wooden box which had been buried in the yard! and it was found' to be filled Svith j. A stone retaining wall is be-! jlieveel to be honeycombed with mon- jey as many niches in the stone work already examined have yielded coins. J Liebauch, who is now under sur- veillance in the insane department of city poor farm, will probably (have a guardian appointed by .the i courts. SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By uatiug clean', -well-cooked and wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE Theon'lj, White Bebtau rant iu the'city. ft coats no more than the cheapest place iu the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least possible cost to our many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners f 30c. 85c. 40c. 45c. ami V50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert .NT. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Bound and Dufferin Streets. ALBERTA'S BIG CONVENTION "Tell thorn ii be the "biggest- and best ever." This is the message fmm H. P. Kenny, General Secre- tary of the Alberta Sun-day School Association, regarding the great deno- minational and Interdenominational Convention that is to meet in Edino- tnn. Oct. 27-29, next. j The program is well under wav and will lead the music at the evening jses- j ready declared their intention to oe sions. Rev. -A. DoyL. W.-sterni there, it is practically certain that Secretary of Methodist Sunday single farre lor the round trip will be School? and Epworth Loiiirutrs; Rev. j obtained on the railroads. g A. D. Archibald, Secretary of Pres-J Any Sunday School, "that fails "to Schools in Alberta, j send representatives to this great leading Sunday School workers Itherimj, will Jose materially, thereby. irom uli will" assist, line to H. F.' Kenny, Box 566 Cal- byterian Sunday -in t-he program. will be rallies for bring full information. Superintendents, _ Intermediate; "Ad- AGED MAN SHOT------ BY YOUNG MAN ult and Primary teachers. Secretar- ies and Librarians. Then' will be a couple" "of luncheons combined.. In short, there will be Siiucoe, Out., Aug. -While fea.st of inspiration' and instruction turning to his liorne ater "assistin WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC icandalous Revelations About pital in Hungary- Hos-; Vienna. Aug. .-hocking white hlavo traffic hup just come light in Szabadka and has caused greatest in Hungary. The-nurses of tne large Marie Ya- hospital in t-ha'u town have for years, systematically PoM female patients who ss and had no near relatives, af- thfir recovery. From :e found it appear? that the nurs- iad a clientele throughout Hun- firy and; also 'abroad, and that they pployed' many agents in de- fading enterprise. The nurses and many accomplices fad been arrested bv 'the SzaBadka plice. i RUESOME REMINDER OF EARLY PRAIRIE FORESTRY The growing interest in the subject; of forestry on the prairies in indicat- j ed by the fact that the Canadian j Forestry Association will hold a spe- j ciai meeting to discuss this in ,Regiua. Sask., on Sept. 3rd and i 4th next. l Th" subject of tree planting on the! prairies and the success that has j been attaint.d up to the present will! b'j discussed by experts and practical j farmer.- will give their' experience as.TO the value- of such plantations tor shelter and fuel. The best means fA handling the forest .reserves will bo another leading topic, and some wvll-known sportsmen "will discuss the relation of iorest reserves and game- reserves. The meeting-is being- held in, Re- gin a upon, the invitation of "the city dii'i the board of ..trade, and it is expected .-that some of the lead- SOPHY OF KRAVON1A the speakers are being pledged. Mr.'! for everyone; The various denomrna- i Marion Lawrence, Chicago, -General tions will have gatherings 1 Secretary of the International Sunday will discuss their denominational :lit- j School Association, will be the lead- eraturo, distinctive touching, etc. j ing speaker and specialist for the oc-j -The people of Edmonton-and Strarh- j casion. Prof. E. 0., Chicago, con a will very kindly ent-ntain on. doing up the r eigty years of age, of the village Walsh, was shot last nicbt" just as he "was entering liis house. Constable Austin has arrested Tmery Shepley, IS years of age, -who it is will have charge of the music and will I the Harvard plan (bed and breakfast j said had been qiiarrelling- with the', conduct the chorus of 500 voices that I fn-O. As a "larse number have 'al-'old man. By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" tbooirht nttre'a'nd more. It if better to pnt wp. with gossip thto t< girc the idea that the least gossip would be a serious offense. People gos- sip without thinking. It's easy held progress and gone, easy speaking for- asked the fc had submitted for his majesty's (dena- ture. ting had signed it and In- dorsed tbc "Urgent" "Ah. Lepage, where hare you j Washington. D. C. Aug. to take pan in lhe discussion; en skeletons lying together in such railways have promised a sin- position as to indicate-.hasty burial j to delegates and on''the clbs- three English copper coins bear-! ing day an excursion will h Sound .'with-the-skele-{ to Indian Head to see tho ins, during the excavation? for thr- in" propagating tree? in "the States Medical School nursery ;md there. near the banks of the Potomac j The jsecrctaiy of the Canadian Fur- fing to light, it is believed, Association is Mr. Jas. LawlerJ Mian" or piratical tragedy of early! n Quwn's Park, Toronto, Ont., to' lerican days. A? no history gives j NVhom application should be made for on the case, the finger of Sus-. procrams and other information. Icion points to the Red Man, or TO'_______________ pirate crew, believed to LEFT HANGING made their rendezvous on the: FOR JHREE MONTHS _ Potomac, ana lastly to a mu-, p A py infested ,lav, vessel. These hanging f'r j-eculatjons as to the identity how--j .v kr. will likely never be persons daily I j the body ijf an unknown man appar- ff he. .receipts of the inland revenue'ently of age was foimd evening by berry pickers. getting, but stringent injonctions not to talk are apt to make men think. References to ibe rising sun also may breed, reflection in., the satellites of "a orb. Xeithef Countess Ellen- nor General StcnoTics bad been" as -well advised in thjis wscn- tlally trumpery mittcr. Iii sbort. nervousness had Jxscn be- Whence What did it mean? If It meant anything, could Le- turn that thing to account? king's. farotiteu attendant was no favor- Sfenbnrg. For Ee- portineut for July was last of identity yet of the supposed suicide, to operate. Cssy to clean. Easy to protect. JLhliti; prevents too rapid evaporation of water. Door of a No. aob Sunshine Furnace is inches. Thss means that the largest ihovcl can saJely be emptied into our smallest and that good-sized of wood require no chopping in order to be used as-fuel. keep the correct humidity for sanitary purposes, -we place the water "pan tn too, the time ,might be very short! He would not injure the boy. aS the anyry mother had bettered, or at snigreoted. bat withont. qoestion of that, there in oat fw hlWMlf. or ff in that fee countess ami tke genera! fit preachers of a JjsfAgc coneioded that he hxd seine thing to Hfe wares were a snis- pidl.on a fact Selling the sospicion wronged nobody. He would give no ivarnfiny with careat emptor. Sell- ins the fact was disobedience to the king, to is master. "Disobedience, yes; Injury, uo." said Lepage, with a bit of casuistry. the king. TOO. had Scolded him. Moreover, the Prince of Sluvua had ilways treated M. -Emile Ixrpage -with flistrngoistsed consideration. The Bour- bon blood, no rtoohu stretched out hands to ja.beflo Krynrc in M. T.epage's i person. j Sometiiing to sail'. .Who was bis buy- er? Whose interest could be won bj b5s suspicion, whose friendship bought with his ulthiijiic buyer was "Just io get a little air aSid drink a glass at the Golden Lion." look gayer than smiled the king. Evidently bis anger had passed. Perhaps he wished to sbotr as much to an old servant -whom be liked and valned. Conscience stricken, or so appearing. Lepage tore toe flower from coat. "I beg your majesty'? I ought to have it be- fore entering- your maj- esty's prewnce.. bot I was told yon wished to retire at sir, so 1 hurried here imtneVti- .'ttely." t'ng a weary vawDL Til go to bed at and let me sleep as long as 1 can. Thift fag end of life isn't very amus- ing." He passed his httnd wearily OTCT nto brow. "My bead aches. Isn't the room rery close. Lepage? Open the window." "It bas began to.rain..sir." "Never mind. Let's hare tain too. At least it's fresh." Lepage -A window wbicb. look- ed over the Kmtb. The king rose. Le- page hastened to offer bis arm. which his majesty accept e-J. They went getber to tbc window. A, sadden stonn had gathered. was peltinf down in big drops. "It looks like being z rough remarked r.be king. afraid it does, sir." Lepage agreed. "We're lucky to be going to oor jtovxr from, his wax. plain enough, but Lenny could not go right over the main doorj a place where'the heal and the householder can y reach it. So in Sunshine Furnace the water never gets and the ho-iseholdernever complains about the awkwardness of pouring- the water in. Automatic Gas Damper allows furnace to be checked shortly sifu-r coaling. This saves fuel and protects plants in rooms above. To make "Sunshine" the'easiest-to-be-cleTined furnace, we two flue doors, and place same not only at an equal distance from each but at an equal distance from the large feed door, Sc ihe 'operator with an ordinary soot-cleaning brush can go completely around :hti without imcpnvenience; and. what is more important still, car. do without having to put out the fire or down the smoke-pipe. The HICK HARDWARE CO LOCAL AGENTS to ;md he dirt not approve of JorresporWence. ospecialJy with Colonel Stafnitx in practical control of the hoiisehoid. He sougbt go-between and ;i persona! interview. Ar least lie could take a tvaik. The servants were not prisoners. Even coospirators must istop somewhere on of Ooiug their owti cooking and the rest. At a quarter past S evening. having. given the, king his dinner and made biro comfort-' sble for the next two hours. Lepstgesni- liod. forth 'and took the! road to Slavrw. lie was very carei'ully dressed.. flOAver in bis buttonhole and drop- pwl a' discreet hint bout n in versation with bis peers.1' If hiuies 'of- ten demand they may furnish tbem too. Present .serioosness invoked aJd from begone frivolity. .At 30 o'clock he returned, still most spnicc and orderly and "with n. well sat- isfied air about hini. He bnd found purchaser for his suspicion liis fact. His pocket the better linert, nntT he bad receivetl finttcring expres- sions of gra'titude. and assn ranees .of favor. Be felt thnt be bad raised buttress against future assaults of for- tune. Ue .entered ibo king's (.Iressinj; his usual noiseless and unol- trusive manner. ITe xvns not, nTvare I that General Stenovics had quitted It just a quarter of :ui .hour Dofore. ing in bis hand a document which be j "Very, sir." answered Lcpajse, won- dcriag opposite fate bis majesty was pitying: "J sbouJdn't care, even If I were a young man and n. sound onevto to Praslofc tonight" 'To Praslok, There was sur- prise in Lepage's voice. He coold not help it.; Jjuctily it sour.ded quite natu- ral to. the king. It vras not a night to ride five and twenty'miles Into .the hills unless your hnsiness xras very nrgent, 'Tes. to Praslok. I've had my breath of air. You can shut Hie sW'indp'w. Le- page." j1- The king returned ro and stood wanning himself. Lepage closed the window, drew the curtains and came to the middle of the room, where he stood in respectful readiness, and underneath, that H very lively cariosity. "Yes." sajd the king siowly, "Captain Markart goes to Praslok tonight with s dispatch for his royal highness, you j know. Business. Lepage, urgent husi- JTICSS: Everything must yield to that" j The king enunciated this virtuous max- j im as though it ,had of j his life. "No time to lose, Lepage, so j the captain tonight but I'm afraid i hc'H have a rough rough.'' j "I'm afraid so. sir." said Lepage, and j nddfvl-strictly in jiis thoughts. "And so M. I Captain Markart was entirely of-his j j majesty's-vepinJcs. ns he-set oot oc bis In the centre of a splendid farming country, between LethbriMge atid Medicine Hat Townsite Placed on the Market for The First Time Front Street Loti and up Maiii Street Lots and up Terms, quarter cash, balance to suit pur- chaser. A clear title goes with every lot This offer holds good for 30 days Look into this Get busy Openings for Hotel, Barber, Blacksmith Livery and Doctor Call or Write P. J. DEMARCE WINNIFRED ALBERTA ;