Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
tTHft LETHHRIOQk DAILY KIRA120, THURSDAY, AUGUST M, IMM. PAGE THREE. SOPHY OF KRAVONIA By Anthony Hope Author Of "The Prisoner Of Zenda" Stafnitz generalized from Bedroom. Lay him 011 tbe bed. mn experience rather oce sided. Xht, till I call you.. Countess, general. other two knew the special case. When j jnvite your earnest attention." oaths were Stenovics scented danger. The icing knew his wife, too, and he was profoundly to Stenovics' mild excelled in the wait- Ing game, the sow, tortuous approach, tbe Inch by advance of leisurely diplomacy. For hiei this crisis was at the depths of his mind. The thing j first too sudden. The swift and daring sounded true. It had a horrible sound j intellect of naturally and In- of truth. He craved the countess' de- evitably took the lead His strong will Dial, solemn as it could be framed, j fascinated grates. That would restore the confidence! "is this to be the beginning or the which was. crumbling from beneath his "For us and our friends tormented, bewildered mind. -which? if we send a courier to Pras- "Can anybody object to that" iok to nts Blairmore. Aug. Hinds' two j of Canada as a nation since Coafed-J new cottages on tlie Pellettier suhdi- eration. pointed to xhs bogi-'s.! as he called'. them, that .Canada bus "I protest! At this time, sir! countess will be The Stenovics' had been driven to this. He feared greatly. Not a soul heeded him. Every eye now was on the wo- man. struggled to he She struggled to do what she .be- lieved would bring perdition .to her soul. Her voice was forced and harsh when at last she broke silence. 1 "As I shall answer in that they could be back here by 5 In the afternoon! In the course of the day we'll ocupy all the important points of the city with troops we can trust Then, in the evening, as soon as we see bow matters hare gone at Praslok. we I proclaim Eing The countess gave a little shiver, I whether ol fear or of eagerness it was "As you-shall answer to God for your j Impossible to tell. Stenbvics drummed soul In that the king repeated, bis fingers on the table and turned bis She gave a wild glance at Stenovics, cigar quickly round and seeking succor, finding no refuge round in his mouth- eyes came back to the king's face. Marfcart had recovered I shall Every word came forth by Its own self, with its separate birth I shall answer to God for my She stopped. There was silence while a man might count ten, She threw his clearness of mind above her I they heard her say through her tumultuous weeping. The king suddenly the scene. The countess rose sud- denly in strong agita- tion. I can't bear it" she said. "With him lying there! Let me go! presently you Etoall tell anything." Stenovics laid down I his cigar and _wenti to her. "Wait In he pointed to Natcheff's soon be ia the hands of the paint passed; and be -he jsibilities of the, future, what we, should strive for was independence! as parts -of great allies in a world-1 wide power. i Canada's duty and privilege to tak? F. Steele's new cottages on Eighth Ax'enue are Hearing completion. Mr. Badot Is 'erecting a large store on the Main, thoroughfare which he proposes to rent. Mr- Bardslcy is having afine resi erected "for himself on State i a part in the defence 'of the ,-was-. eloquently portrayed. In :16s-' ing Ivlr. Foster dwelt- on th" foolish-; i ness -'of .the cry against militarism.! I The. bloodiest wars of the world occurred in the last fifty years. We! must have a "share in the world'? _ militarism, or be brushed aside, we j must be armed or trampled upon, were down _, j J-nere iivijut-nt applausr. The i I from Michel vesterday visiting Blair-; I chair was occupied Justice Long-' more and from the various enquiries i ley and a vote of thanks was moved i they wen? making' for a residence aim the lumber right along side for a handsome residence. Surveyors are now at work survey- ing more of the IMackcnv-ie townsite, south of the track. 3Ir. and "Mrs. Cribbs can't bear she said. 2600 Paris Pattern No. 2600 LADIES' TUCKED SHIRT-WAIST All Seams Allowed. Made up in, cashmere, French flan- nel, silk or cotton erepe, heavy liri- en or Indian-head cotton, .this simple and-. becoming" model >for ev- ery day wear. The LWO wide tucks over the shoulders stitched1 as far as the bust, line, and the wide .tuck either side, of the centre-front stitch- store, it is fairly evident that Mr. Cribbs proposes to start a hardware store here and also live here. ''Wise Mr, Cribbs hardware stores in Frank ami Michel- The bills art; now out iorHhtJ biff celebration to be held'in. Blairrnore on Labor Bay, Sept. 6th. The nu- merous attraction's morning, after- noon and -evening will ensure a splen- did attendance on that date. Mrs. Turner was taken, very ill by President Johnson of the Board j of Trade, and Dr. Blackadar. CHARGED WITH CAT! i.F -STEALING AT CLAKESHOLM ed from neck to waist, give the londnisht 'before -doctors and i nurses in attendance for .many hours started back in his cbair "till you're quite composed- Then go room and wait till I come. the back is tucked in box-plait effect T -___ and the long sleeves are finished-withI as though somebodv your own room and wait till i come. offered to strike him. countess, no sign of cufts of the material, held to-, my wife! You, Stenovics: You. whom I He led her out Stafnite shrugged his gcther bv links. The pattern is in I tnisted-trusted-trusted like- Ah. shoulders. j seven sizes, 32 to 44-.inches, bust! is that yon. Lepage? Did I hear right- j "She'll right." he said to Mark- she J art, with a passing smile. line.1? which are such a feature of the' season's costumes. The fullness of measure. For 36 bust the waist re- Claresholm, Aug. j, .pre- trial lasting all Arstprday Robert Besler was remanded 1o ap- pear at Supreme Court on ucajU'ge of cattle stealing from H. Kardwick, i of Queenstown. J. D.'RsiUv, barris- ter, appeared for the accusrJ. The approach of the harvest; has made it difficult .o n'et ii-.en. for the water contracts. A large num- ber of harvesters came int.T icnn to- i I The new stock yards are si great I acquisition and are si: August J. H. Cattle awaiting shipment can r.c turn before she was finally pronounced out The trouble arose internally. quires 4 1-2 yards of material 20 inch- "Witb tbe utmost respect to Mine, la I "I think she was fond of the king." J es %vjde_ 3 j_2 -37 inches wide. Comtesse. she could-not swear, eaid Markart The king sprang to his feet Stenovics returned. he said; be cried, I They all. countess shaken I with unconquerable sobs. But tbe neit tbe king made a quick indraw- ing of the breath, like-a man suddenly prickod by some sharp thing. He drop- i peel back in his His bend fell to i meet his hands on the table in front The bands were palms downward, and his forehead restfd on bis kuuckles. Tuere wa? 21 morreot's pause. Then Lepago darted frnai the room, crying: "Dr. Nateheff: Dr. Ste- j novics wiped his hrow. Stafnitz raised his head, with a queer look at the king. j and his mouth shaped for a whistle. seating himself again and resuming his cigar, "You suggest that we still use that order for the arrest of Baroness "It's signed and King Alexis lives till 5 tomorrow. Moreover, j goes well. King Alexis lives again for j many years that." Stenovics ncuded slightly. "The bar- oness comes willingly or you bring her? At any rate, one way or the other, she's In our hands by this lime "Eractly. I fail TO perceive that this lamentable waved his hand toward the king's erapty chair the case as regards the baron- Rivers returned on the aiteraoon from Jlagrath. Mr. Lorn'inet with an accident yos- 2 1-2 yards 36 inches wide, or 2 1-41 terday having a derrick fork j ene- trate his side while working for the yards 42 inches wide. Price o f pattern 10 cf'-nts. Herald Pattern Department. ed into pasture till the cars niv rea-i Apply j Sugar Company. We ihope that it- is and "that he will soon not. serious recover. The countess' sobs seemed as though j ess one jot" rigid, i "Not the least, unless you consider that risking.our heads on the throw i has any such effect" replied Stenovics. i And for the first time he smiled. J frozen; her vhole frame was The king did not i Natcheff came rushijg in. Lepage, I who followed closely, shut the; dew after him. They both went to the kinf. j ''Once you wanted, to play the big Ihare was silence while Natcheff his examination. In a couple of min utes he turned round to them. "Something has caused bis majesty, "Yes." answered Stenovics. "Yes." said Natcheff. He cleared his throat and glanced doubtfully at the countess. asked Stenovics. Natcheff threw out his hands, shrug- ging his" shoulders ever so slightly. "I regret to say that the effect is the worst possible. His majesty is dead." Silence silence strangely broken. Stafnitz sprang across the room with a bound like a cafs and caught the physician by tbe shoulder.. he said. "Not for twenty-four hours yet! His majesty dies tomor- Knight Sugar Co., Ltd., soipp- c-d two cars of sugar today, ono for G. H. Wilson and D. E. Wade are here from -Griggsville, III., buying land. W- A. Cornwall is expected from the Old Country on 10th September. The sale already reported of the Queens Hotel did not go through and is hanging fire at present. A programme of sports is talked j 4 I September Sth Do jour Share to make it a Great Success NOTICE Thanking the public for the credit given to the cliib cafe for quick service and first class ineals. Avish to state that Charlie Casswell, formerly of the Castle Hotel has the complete management of the kitcheu and dining room of this high class restaurant using -only white help. Hence wo cnn further guarantee the public better service than ever. Sincerely soliciting your patronage, I remain, Your servant, V. RODGERS Eat in Booths and be 8 secluded at the New Engla Cf. Restaurant j dfc New Hill Block t The Menu at J. The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in j the city. Open night. Everything in" season'. Electric Fans Good Menu i the Kootenay Jam Co., Nelson. B- i C., an-cl the 'otiier for the [about for Labor Day. .fobbing and Commission Co.. Leth- The general opinion is that the bridge. j crops will be a "Ood average. Some already the straw has grown and the Miss Salmon, who has he'm toUc-sisay that the crops are the best ever new wheat is higher than the old was mer, B. C.. for a holiday, 'vtuine-1! seen but this is too optimistic. Crops j Still it is coming too late to ripen We are still serving the usual GOOD MEAL CUDDLE' BEST1UT y thtf morning train. Messrs. Harris and Salmon, I-av.ng finished ploughing are arc still rather green round here..'but will make fine feed. Cutting wiil be general in a week or for so which is later than expected. Tho Hon. Edgar Dewdney, a former threshing am! hope to start i i j-.bout! ,john Robertson had a field of wheat i Minister of the Interior, and at one ten ciays. j hailed out over three weeks ago and time Lieutenant-Governor of British .Columbia, has left-for England. A British Columbia paper says that he- is to be married in September, and return to Canada with his bride ear- ly in. the new year. stake on a bad hand, general. Won't i you put it on the table now. when j; you've a good I "I'm thinking of a certain strong card j in tbe other hand which you haven't I mentioned yet Baroness Dobrava is j to be in our power by this5 time tomor- i row, but what will the Prince of Slav- j na be "doing? Still drilling his men at 2650 Volseni. still wsdting for his BLOUSE OR SHIRT BLOUSE Stafmtz looked him full in the face. be "Tbe--priEce had better j Paris Pattern. No. 2650 not still be drilling his men at Volseai jji Seams Allowed. nor waiting for bis "T think not. too." Stenovics agreed, twisting his cigar round again. do you think the prince Made with a back yoke-facing and j with or without a "permanent turn-i down collar this little blouse or shirt; will let Baroness Dobrava come to j blouse is very simple and serviceable. Slavna without j jhe best materials for its develop- "I-don't know. He might have con- j ment arft ponS6G> ijnen> cashmere. [LA. flannel and serge. The box-plaited closing as well as the pocket orna- 1S majesty dies Staf nitz's words seemed to freeze them all stiff where fidence enough in you. He wouldn't wish to annoy or agitate the king. He i migi.it .iwnit his summons to an audi- On submit and rely on being able to "in- j straight cuffs are stitched duce the king to alter his.mind when black or self-colored silk. The blouse the whole. I think he would I menting the left breast, and the with they met. I'm net sure he wouldn't ad- vise her to go with you." "Well, yes. I confess that struck me, A" Ellenburg's sobs, which bad threaten- ed to break forth again, -were arrested In their flow. -Markart, lock the door leading to the king's apartments. Dr. Natcheff- and Lepage, carry the king Into his v "If It happened It wouldn't be con- Stenovics, with a patient sigh, "because he would come after her in a day or- two." (To be continued.) finished with an elastic, run through the hem-casing at the; low- er edge or left plain as desired. The is in 6 to -.3Shears. tFor a boy of.9 years the blouse re- quires 2 1-4 yards of material 27 inch- es wide or 2 yards 36 inches wide. -Price of pattern, 30. cents. Apply Herald Pattern Department. LETH BRIDGE GGHSERTOy OF mm AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGE J. George Harper Director RE-OPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1909. Expert teachers In all branches. Class and private instruction. Choral, String, Orchestral and "Dramatic Clubs in connection. TUFF'S BLK., Opposite the Barracks. The King, Edward Restaurant The Place to Get a Good Meal 21 Meals Bo'ard and Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street Next Lumber Yard POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. 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