Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBPIDGE DAIL.Y JIH-RALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1915 The Master John Fleming Wilson 1U- special arranjionieiil for tl'l photo-ilmrnii of "The Muster 1 v iio.salble IO oh bin 1 os ihesUcr, F.TGllTll -ishi, IM-1 How ninny :i this world'.' Thou opo h P r H by Mr John Door, another who hinrd Miss tfcilluii's Mr- Uorr iimsm-d riian 10 iho ruof ;um m wac Vlher riuniTor 'fell to HIP mruo: below. He WHS killed. Shorily ttf-.i-rwtiril ihc l'oJ> riamuol Trice, alias llwiiry Pell, ox.fiiiivict ami clruj; neml. Wilkersnn res" no further. turned his gtiudtly im-s find for J cn on lhS- 'And J gu Had suo- 1 promiitly went lo her trunk bnslneys mid dccdP. Ili-r first search wn Tinniinu; i ivni'ui-d. nnd flho lined a iHi for i ho ho suKscsUd. not O.E.O. ilu> quirki-M rouI KviMVli. i and In ii fi'w j the hoU-1 imiuii-iit i "Why. !ufi inslwied on back to Ih -ilc- in this, ae neiil.s llioy wore tor Uuth. nly it llltla aking hotel. rc- went "Hilt whlltVer Her nerves you do u I stnml to John. Thou sh...... ihrom-li all hor ItflimKinKK. II fi-ultlo.-s- She ilion remembered Hie unak iiiul souruhud it wltli the result. slut siainiuprad. said DOIT. "They must be here." mou I'M ed. II ci'uk-kly. "I Know -just tin- Kvoroll suhl. "Trtko Her t" Austen and men out lino Hie mils tr> some HUHM hotel. You can uislil trahi. i snlil quickly, r of. j on BO wllh her. I'll look iimUi-rK lirre Cor a U1 I'll down lo tho myself did IK To quest Ion Mien- was nn faoiory answcT until Wilkorson dorr-i Vui-inor mid learm-il thai n of value had been fomid on Toll's body s. with Iho. ImnieaiJti! a-.iicl in an ugly be tield for killing .w sneered fr'-ends'soi him out von do pnhce before lu-oanftei had soon mill tl'oir Hit- symiKUhetk- ,-nr lieuJqiisr- IPrs and siiu-ti-a bat-k Cor tlio holol. WHS In tlie dump ourselves she wo inusi flia- "Dorr is i For 1 "Until hi. b iul wiihln a short lime Je; iiul l-.iiil iransfonned him snid anxiously Hi ished. si.ile.l the case iiml tfi.-n wi-Ji t-omfon Ilnlii. lie wad aia how white slit- "Ruth: Ruth'" ho cried whu; is ihe There was no answer. bc- Jic" had 'killed i" desert, mo ami demimueil ol liln d. is necking tfold for ih werf gone- whether i he am down HI ihe had indeed fallen inin Drake and Mrs. irids. none could tell. Bui more im- desultory was the >iPrd of ,'Siricui- iimshed. John. Two pJiiitx-iothesmeii al-: Thrrf was n. quoer "idy K3.i near by, ready to him es us she look prison on :L L-hargf of lulling Henry ailj glanced Hi J yon Ln Hie prison." saul Ihe, "Stu1 tiitd ;i noiL- from you. "wri'lf no note." said John. ere it is" WHS ilie response, 'o ii on ihe desk in her hurry." John siirtu-hed the sheet ihe inM.iiu his eyes Hi a i-ifioup face to Kvi-ri'lt. forsrpry--a iru-li." lie. snid. j ivruii' r wei'l ninsliie mid I ._ thin a v uni' ijcfn driven up. tluT. llie c i.me. drlivorert n note and in; m." .Hnih Cuilon luid tlown unil i driven off. "Thoro was an old penile- Ana man with her. Mr. Kane, 1 I'elicvo. -'ir .nnirter udilod. John hfavpil s. siKlr of rclipf. At i-e.-Uiy only a formaliiy." lr- managor of ihe hoieL 'The man w- don'l :Q fun of all he apologized. "bQL I've known i Dorr tor years and this is pre- 2-y the kind of trouble he revels .Ruih protested that brought the note, he "He says IIP was told to wait exclaimed. "Tell him ut he's, in enough." was ihe reply. "That is ihe ;irsL thing 1 must an, set him out. I'll be off nriw ami SKG tricL fittornev and ba.il him out." "Ploo.se .Ruth pleaded. "Don'L wo3 ihe cheerful rc- A moment later he was gone. him. do you think of Air. Ever- Ruth demanded of Tom Kane. The old ninn lit his pipe and ihe ceiilne. he said judicially, "considering the looks of ihefK on TVillcerson's side and them on. -Tfjhr.'s side, 1 should think that this Kverett was on the right side." judproent she had to be But she maiatfcd that he tell the As h? expcciod, -injr ruse: but her niiiul thai must be paoiiifil. nnd she iiiuu- yged io control HI last. She ihe .mil. bin j (i.t. account cai-oiiiliy .iiul ihoii liini." -looked chn rpsi of ilu- n and at last aboiit Jnhn Dorr. Her eye lit upon nu -.vhich read tv, ice he pointed it out n Wilkersnii. lie, Loo, rfad in oeria.ni miniufr property. On pr-'of nf be reiiirr.c-d. Kowanl expected. S. j. r.. -JO! s-r-pi." "Tney lie ill'1 he ark- nowlecs'Mi. 'Pol! tlirciv th.'m :iv.-ay for fear of hoins used ev iii "-nee him. and a-oiueime uickeu up." -This lime I shall ?te to ihe Jean said sharply. "Whelher thov arc the payers or noi we must be suro.1' "Olliei- see thru ad." he aupg-ested. "Ml ihe more reason for she Then ?he called her maid. shi! said, "I wani you lo for the sireeL and on an errand I for me. H is very .important and you must hurry.'1 All clan was forgonen litfiiiS- A moid nnd a quickly nnil revived. Old Tom Kniic tn-aide her bcr -Tin' sho "Don't you worry a'o.uu me nepers, h- said prompily. look alter "But ihe folks al .he looU ihem'.1" she uleantU. The old cook a wore he would do himrfeU. with John's holp. At ihls point ihn doctor Interfered v she lo be pc-rioctly In tin1 other rnnm suliaiii'ii- The ihelr axplanntlon of v. hat iho mrl had been ihrouffii. and ihen _ must have an change scene for H time. Gel U---r away rr here instantly." "Bui Dorr demanded. -Why noi iii'-p her to the EOiUlu pan of lhe suite for ii litlle wnil Ko he dcpiined. to return in an nour with llic tickets and an exjiressmnn. When HIP Lrunkg were gone. Mrs. Darnell ?ut down with Wilkcraon and CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST C11UKCH OK CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Dlock, Seventh Hired. Service at clcvoa a. Wed nuiiiluy ovciiliiK testimony meeting, 8 p, iii. The muling room in ojicir Lo cvciyouij every iluy Iroui l-hrcc to llvis in. Everyouo Is coriliully snvitnl Lo iiLleml. CHHISTADELPH1ANS CIIHISTADKUMHA'NS JlecL in llic -Mouse IhilE, Mock. Mil trance Si-h street, .soui-h and 2nd me soulh. Wmlnesdays at 8 p.m. Bilili1 class. "Sunilays at ;i p. in., to Hit: l.onl'y ilcrttli, at 7.'H) in. lo piochiim tlie ijlail tidings ot Hie Kingdom oi1 (.lotl. Sub- ject? "Tlio A Sailed book to llio Sydney T. MiiUrord, ipciilti-r. All suuLs fruo. No coHoc- 11 on. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Funrlli av- and Tenth atroct. Kev. Fnihur Itusontlml, yustor; Rev. l-'r. .Minwt- gin. a.selstont. Childreii's .Mass .uUJU ._w..i. San Francisco and explain things farthflr Wilkerson had deserted '.he [and his u take her to tha city started his engine and they UP' I not intended ut he have two paesen- help cor it ami no oit for some time and as neither of them was acquainted with the citv it did not occur to them that tliev Vere being" rapidly conveyed into pp.rt o! town only partly oulli up and now veiled in dense clouds o: swirling a lone ways." Rmh remarked ievera.1 times, r-ut Kane merely srum- HJii sireru iiJiiress and sf.e if they Wfjre rna-lly Ruth's deeds, and if so, recover In a momenta she had de- parted on liar errand, -and TVilkerson anil Jean once more resigned them- selves io waiting. tripped llie street, lo a car line and look the. first car tha; -along, which, the conductor in- formed her, crossed the ahe sought. Arriving- iu her street she got oft and found lierselt in a neighborhood in- hahlied by very poor people. She looked with disgust at the mm bio- down shanties and dirty .shacks that littered tht rubbish lipaued yards. Two blocks up from the- ivar line she-found her number, ;L slightly hetifer hept ihan most. Hut she noticed in the yard an uulilted cart. Tn ihe rpsr ;i ricketj- She entered liie Kate and rantr the hell. THE HAIR-DESTROYING I CURLING IRON-PASSES MENTIONED IN DISPATCH Col. Nanton of Winnipeg, 0. L. Price and Captain Rogers The Heated iron mikes the hair tin- and parched looking, hums off the ends, giving a most untidy appearunce. You 'who have learned this from sad experience will to glad to, lietir, of a very simple method which Is open to none oE the objections referred to and which gives .better results iliau. the curling iron. Just get a Few ounces oE plain liquid silmerine at your druggist's and apply EI little to the hair'at night with a clean tooth brush, drawing- Ulia down one strand am time-'from root to Up. Tn the morning your hair ,will be as beautifully wavy and curly as though Mother Nature did it, and it will .be quite manageable, no matter "what style of coiffure adopt. Tlie effect i Matins, 11 a.m. Holy Communion cv Suiiclay morning at a.m., uucl at llie 11 o'cloclt service on the first. Sunday of LHe month. ".30 p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. The Rec- tor will conduct the services, as usual. ST. MATIY'S Rev. C. H Popham rector. Holy Communion, and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of'the month at 11 o'- clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Evensong. 7.30 p.m. ST. CYPRIAN'S Eleventh street anil Eighth avenue South- Rector Rev. Canon McMillen. February 21, First Sunday in Lent: S.30 n.m., Holy Communion, 11 a.m., Matins, with sermon; 7.30 p.m., Ejvcnsong, with sermon; Rev. Canon jMcMlllenVill preacli at both services. Sunday, echool and Junior Girls' aud Junior Boys' (ages 14-1S) and Adult classes at XJO p.l.1- Bible c'iiiss lesson, "The Death oi Ell and his NATIVE-BORN RHODES SCHOLAR j Sens." A hearty 'welcome always at London. Feb. following ui- tachetl to General French's headquart- ers' staff, are mentioned in tonight's dispatches: Colonel Nanton, a graduate or Kings- served wir.n the Midland Dat- tnlion Canadian militia, in the rising in the Northwest" territories in 188? Colonel Price, formeily field officer of the Canadian militia, and Captain II. S. Rogers, a Kingston graduate. ITALIAN PARLIAMENT TORN BY WAR 'FACTIONS Rome, Feb. re-open- ed here yesterday. There Is uo indica- tion of any Immediate debate of im- portance concerning the international situation. Members of various parties which favor Italy's participation In the war hud decided (o march from their club-honsea to the chamber of daputles io take their vie-w of the situation. As a counter move the parties favor- able to Italy maintaining neutrality proposed lo range themselves before the chamber of deputies in order to prevent the Tvork of parliament being interfered however, posted troops with orders 1" allow nu.crowds to and there- Core, there was no disorder. Calgary, Alta., Feb. tan Xolan, son of the lute P. K.C, of Calgary, Tlhodoa scholar; has received for Alberts will last mucli longer than if you used j Saskatchewan. Mr. Nolan was born a waving iron, and the health of your In this city 21 years ago. and is the hair will not suffer. As silmerine is nrei native-born Rhodes scholar to re- not sticky or greasy it is quite Ceh e the licnor. He was educated in ant io d nmb darted ttie ei'dewalk and "Yen, tri- smile. For some my husband, lie put that in the die- woman said, losing her heart stern, commanding He looked araund inu Tom Kane'a revolver. _oj For the moment they faced each would come' while Ruih shrank oaok aUll The old eyes g-lsamcd .__ -W-......... __ n-lsstr finger seemed to rest ,i and the mine was cloflcd down ion iht Jrisger a precise and Je'.I- nnd'yoiir people Etarvlng." j caU touch. mourned Ruth, aehaat al "i'ou "salj blunt story "And I seem S.O have but felt herself cluich-d ihe arm. She looked inio the BWAnnn? eyes of 3UU For some moment Estelic tried to riioantd P.vuh. shrinking A giiinpw. of the documenls. The 'n tarror (Italian himself on Ihe scene and 'ir.de-d." taunted dpmaridcid a full description. When H 1 Estelle said that they had Irist Bui ai that momeni he heard an- (from the Mans hotel he nodded and ami. that nad heeil rfimovine the ashes therefrom, when hi.s eye had I by the folded hut he still Insisted on an, accurate de- TWELVE-MILE COULEE NEWS The box social and dance held on February 12, by the members, of the Farmers' union was a decided success, .in spite of Llie raw weather and heavy I roads: Needless to say the boxes 'were I decorated in the height of fashion, in-1 eluding the stars and strines. After [partaking of the good things provid- j ed in the boxes, dancing waa in order to the soft strains of the Keho string band. Floor Manager J. G. Wiegand is not to be overlouked for the inter- est he Lakes in all social gatherings, for the good und prosperity of the un- ion. The proceeds trom this social, which exceeded all expectations, will go to the relief cf the .sufferers in the pre- sent war, especially to the people of Belgium. There is a vote of thanks coming t( our worthy president, Mr. T. W. Crof and family and committee for the hearty manner in which they worked to make this social a success. Alberta and was a graduate of Al- berta University last Mr. Xolan is nt present in the law office of Ciarke, Carson Mat-leod, Calgary.' I St. Cyprian's. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST Sim Iheldny. 11 a.m.. Dr. J. H. Rivers wi'il sjieak. Evening, 7.30, Fanny Croshy Memorial aervlce. FIFTH AVENUE er Fifth avenue nnd Eighteenth street. schcol, 2 p.m. 315 p.m. BIG, HEARTY The government. The great staircase ot 300 steps i" Rome leading from the Trastevere station to the 3lontevcrde section, a hilly quarter of the city, is threaten- ing to collapse, hecause.of tho under- mining of the fceen unfortunate all around, but I thai Joh.i will fix- things." Tom Kane nxed IHE huncit old rion with an oaih. Ecddenly ihe old mar.'rf temper Hareo tip. The other FIW dealh In h'ia eyes, turned on his hefcl and ran aa fast as M-riplion, n-hirh Ihfi maid could not i givp. last she sair] quip.tlj'. "The am authorized Lo a Riinrl rp.ivard for them." j AJ ilie word reward there wag a i change, and the woman demanded lo knpw how much il would be. j IhouRlit rapidly. IL had been Mrs. Beck's -Fondest Hopes Hap- piiiess and Baby. HOW TO ABSORB AN UNLOVELY COMPLEXION The face wliicli is admired for Its beauty must liave a satin-smooth skin, I Lahaie, N. S-, wish to tiiank you for the benefit I received by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound for female troubles from which 1 was 9 great sulferer, so that I was com- pletely run duwn in health. Other med- icine did not help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetA- ble Compound made Mr W Carson will speak. PRESBYTERIAN A. H. Denonn, B.D. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. an-d p in Boys' department of' Sunday achonl at'2. Other deiiartmenta and adult Bible class at S. Chinese class fat -1. Full clionia choir at both sfir- vices Everyone cordially invited. ST. Rev. A. 0. Bryan. 11 a.m.. Rev. J. McDonald of Edmonton will speak In the interests of the Childrern's Aid. Junior S S. at Senior S.S. aL 3. Rvening service at 7.30; subject, "A Veteran Soldier and his by Llie Pastor. METHODIST WESLEY a.m., Child- ren's topic, "In Switzerland with a Mountain sermon, "Paul iit Rev. David Ross. 3 p.m., lihle school and Adult classes. V.I'.O j.m.. Rev. A. M. McDonald of EdmoiK ,on. Music: Morning fHlthcm, JJIjr Father for Another evening anthem, "J Will Lift up Mine soprano solo, Mra. Chand'ler. WESTMINSTER ,T. B. Francie, pastor. Class-meeting, 1C a.m. Morning service aL 11 a.m., sub- ject, "Gipsy Smith's Essentials to Suc- cessful by Rev. C. B. M.c- ilren's Uinic, "Tommy. Evening service, 7.30, Faces as Fair As an Orchid Arc When Stuirt't Calcium Wafers Are Died After Meail to Clem Up Skin Eruptioni And Dlccolorltlonf. When a face is covered wittl olotth- ca liver spots, etc.. Stuart's Calcium Wafers will act like some magical charm. Severer, there is nothing magical them. They are nature's own way cleans- ing the human Wood and. pnventins it from tilling the surface ot llie body pimples and llttlo skin eruptions. the Soldier. beauty must nave a saun-smooui i pink and white and youthful looking. me well nnd strong I now have e. big, The only thing I know of that can hearty baby boy, and praise your mcdl- ake such a complexion out of an cine for the wonderful lot Of good it hsa aged, faded, or discolored, mean done u la natural, not a painted, Upper lis ordinary mercollZGd wax.. This re- 'as I markablc substance literally absorbs, I the unsightly cuticle, a little each Mrs. ISBAEL Jn., Lunenhurg Co., N. S.. days of husband and wife you can't ilo more tnan paLctl up temporarily." The Plot and hottl." he thundered mako a falie move I'll drill ye BE sure Drake san- that he was lielploss and j n rainy homes once cMldlus there an ounce of nicrcollzcd wax at the ore now children because of the foci drug store, use like cbid cream every Wllkeraoii who snatched paper and read. the news: HOTEL THIEF HUHI.BU TO DEATH Guests of the Hotel Have Fierce Struggle With Hotel Robber. Siiiirtl.v before midnight last nlaht. Miss .Tialb Gallon, a al the Hotel Uanx, entpred lier rnopi to find a masked man Ipo'lins her desk. Her fcry for help frightened the thief and pit-nude Jor-lLa Are escape, followed ihe'HR ordered Drake to hall I llie officer To that somewhat irie duel Hiith. Sh. individua'l "iilP "cnok n'xpiain'fid Too Late.! flv had lust Tailor) an Vn-1 Evereu and Dorr had over the l'on plot and that the chauffeur j situation Ihoi-ouuhiy lORelhcr and the in It Thnueh Drake strenuously nrniicr agrred tliHt he would help out 'it.- in the put UIR Masler Key mine, an "I think 1 uan do it he walii. "Jiinl let mo liavc nil tlin. pttport; mid I'll K" over tlicin "Ruth lias Jr.hn rnplifid. "YV'r'd h'.-sL 50 UT) nnd gM thorn now." Hulli received I lie in Hi'.-erCiiHi-, nnd se (or tlio ihe cMcd that It a jii.il ride In fiont here and we'll "r, lo liMflrtnariors." JIP ..-an put UP thai old rciluw. for I'll that vnuno- CUL UP any mtnikcyswriea. night, wa'shlng this off mornlnEB, i you'll (inn it u. veritable wondqr-work- jer. Another valuable natural treatment !is a.u-asli lotion lo remove wrinkles which can he uaally prepared. solve 1 or., pcwdercd eaxolfte In i pint wil.cJi hazol. Bathe llic face ithls und you'll nnd It like Moore.'