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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta The Master __. laatalmcBt t. bitt also to see movlng,iJlc.\ mempranaunj book. "Llatan, Jean! titVies lUustrxtlngfhU stqry*at':tlWii^s; he �ald. In a tone she recognlaed as ut-rWi theater. , ' V ' ^ i businesslike, "shall I buy 'Mas- VW�i.te|>sl\'SMh^^^^^^^ ^"^^ there-" aha a-ufloWaA-TfiSC caught drtfws a Umpbrai-y plan of tho location �jjrllat or .the Jealousy In the woman s ofUhe vain of Bold.\ VTUkar.on Arlaa CO v^y^f-. for his-own purpoeea aha was rteal these plane.. O*^'?" '1Ji?-V.*?,fc^i nibst uselul. so he snapped the rub-lfe*'^v,?"��ri',L ^Si^^A^lfSLr irfd leivcl ^ hisfc' bAnd around his memorandum SlWln^'Vn'^th'^'Vm'raV"".'^'^^^^ ^Kfil.'^'nJ'^f-ilJl!%n^^'^'^'^^ Itia aman weatarn town, where he telle said With finality, 'Jean, ru buy 'Maa- tue sheriff that he and-his partner wcro j ter itey' shores at any price!" attackea by outlaws and that hie part- j ur.*...i* ner was killed. The sheriff, his posae "Btill Watars" and Gallon �o to ">��^o� "S,^'' I AuBwering the cry which oame to ^^'^,^.^�i4',?V^'i5nTi', ?rick;d him J>'m from thomae OoIIon's bungalow, 'Si'Jk'"\i5d'S?"lSrS?S "^MefntVm^ �.d realLln^ that in It waa a tone he Wlkereon has recovered and departed; Mad nftvar-hoard before, John Dorr That niaht; Gallon' \nakoa hla. esMpe stroda'down the bill. As he crossed and laur arrives la San:Fran^�co. Hare the �. Js^lch he saw the door of the ^take�shto.. .The..y .-"Leave it to me!-: Papains ateamar-and. It yean latar , Her appaalinx: bands crept up hia rtdearora'tO'SBd the Jocatloiir � tae \^rm* �tih tnr- nn� momont .v>n nii^w^.^ men -beltihed ou^v of ;thi|':��._,^__.___ rora .rurtoua �tiirt�,-i�Jt^2iaQi4^4M^ why.was the ore carlaMdat/TO spelled disaster.- ��, "^m^fii&MiAV' She dropped tha'4uS�^t>'f4miJ^'iiM^ pulled out the ;i>o(dcat aMMi^ 'VJ^ which she always _oaTiriM;.i^i41^^ only a tiny hole ;iaiiJJlK�"^Wffe^^ smoke. She rushed�Vj->tru4t-Intr to her long: rainlliitfitj'i.�lti�*'j^" tunnel to ] And- her:'Jata�i>"aHT;ifci Thus It -.waa that ratl�er>i|ad^ tar passed each other �lri>i:t)i�'di "yatherl" she cried, petHlv darkness beyond. "John!" ,vC..;;;:-v;'--;:-v,, : She stepped on lata .tha-Miiidvw! and called again. Her iotttf/ilipir^ on tha rough'floor of the tuiii^al ^aiad ,a4'ah� tried to save herseir her tainp feti. 'A moment later she saw ANtrtekle ot flra running along toward thaibaadlnk. It was a (use leadlnx to a bUat that had not yet been shot. WKhraiU U now flamins fuse and unhooked the bekvy Shackle. A moment later she waa-aitiin in the car with her little hands, flrmly on th� laid her little hand on John ; lever. With strength bred p� despam- gold strike, but doea net sucoced. tiou she managed to releaak It^ The heavy car slowly itreaked atra? down the dark tunnel; - than-it.-:>iMttn� over Ruth that she wm' Bot'��tr�n( enough to atop its momentum 6)i.>th� long trestle that led to the duaipi sba waa fleeing death 'by;.flroo�BtlBg tho yoara a-, wi>man^hadll�iiiMdcayar hla shou: "RaCb," iho murmured agaia. tDhe preblam b^ore him � / .Johger4i'~*i>4oT'*>^ *� >t ^>*^ in^Hio'^dairB %f ?h&, prime-but -akao-lutely dlatlact and clear-what waa to beeoma of Ruth whan he died? > ' ' Be revlawad la bis mind all the moa and w?abB-�ta,bad known. It waa a , atraB~koaae down the hlii, the enElneer of ^^SFhomaa Calton'a mine bad abandoned ^'Jtisibluoprlnta to study letters on a :�l!tQe pennant, wtUch represented h!a �.flrat;"'victor-a touchdown on the 'fOolbiUi fleld within tbe last 10 seconds 'Tct play. He know better than anyone, thftt.his mlaaion to VaUe VlaU was (futile. Using every roseuroe at bis .comiaaad, he could find no paying ore. .and yol-there waa th� pennant-tbe .emblem of victory ,hard-fought and :;ba|d won. Should he give up now? : "Ke-hoard a clear, stem call rrom up the hlU~''John! John!" ^ 'Til -wtn out yet for Ruth's cake,' fhe said; aa ho answered that imperious . n: Othar earn beard that call, and - ...John haauned down the hill he saw ,:, Ituth'ailgwre by the side of. the bunga-. ?lo.w^;and as If by the opening of a 'ahuttOTvJio'onca more saw the lights or ,.>Sroa4wMr>rand a table spread with t^/Unonii'two, paoplo sitting ther�: bis '�;,::ovii:gtolmsa.-.: k:-V other Lighta . , 'jiajthlaieompiex and highly organised >6^ured.:that: at any moment some other v^inan, poMibly thouaanda or miles dis-;:ytant,: la not planning an act whoso ;^|iortont would, never occur to him.- tfiblo m a New York reBtnurant, man. and woman were silting with ;th� worda raallon,", ''Dori^' and "Wll-kercun" on thair lips. !J ''Karnr ,;Wtlkorscn haa found Tom . .^^flallot-^aht aaid. qalotJy, "I won-^."rfi-Ut wJMtt will -happanr' , ^^^f^H�r oompaniw laUghod. "Oalloa? I i-'^ X ksd a eoltesa mate named 'Dorr,' who '% ,f,;m\mfiiiclng> for � man pamed 'Qallan' Vfj,> f, ..Minairhare out ia tha ntlnef ..iTlDa woniaa'a daric oyoa lit up, and .'.L ' �|f .afomcd m�ro atrijcinfly handaoma V ',��>^h#, aUowedvhor auddon paoslon to 'flaodihir tmix�r 'Xa^f -with color. .... i- ^^nnoyr;in that mino, fV aho r*�|d. ;"Bu4 this , . aort j(jf a .ohap is'be? ^;)�t!BO^!rok^^f usualb- have saa^to, :aJJ �.:i!v��e'"etfiSlhOers."? 1 m SU�o called:,him back. "I forgot it waa lunch-time," she said, shply, moat go down to your father," ha �aid. 'ThoB ru bring jfou both down your luaohea,to.tha mine," she satd. "We can have a'little pienle all by our-�elrea/' "Tlia Lio of tho Bowl of Life" As he went up toward the and of the trestle Dorr obaervod that the engineer running the donkoy engine seamed hardir to know hia bualnos^-. 'nCydaar'follow,", he said qtiietly. 'you're allowing too mach alaok on rouroahlo; It is daagoroual' Those ere aasa ara eomlng down that troatia too fBat~-ir tlMlr hraku give war K maaaa'disaaterr''' -ymU'u tho -tro^or aatd (JaJloB. coming Up with a plcee .of ore.ln his '1 'wiw iust tetUag- BIH Ti^^'Uiat it'ho did ndt.^fceop ^up tho- aiaek on Ma caSbto OB; those cam he would.' whip them ever the end of the treaties" aaid John. Ha turned ^toward Uie old .man and said in a diiferant voice,"Tou aallod me; what 1� It that you want?" 'Jjaean at this, John!" aaid tho older man, handing ovt the pleeo of ore. n>irt^ not ��id-lMaring quarts. I want to talk to,yon; I've got something to �ay.,ito �yoiJ.'''r-,.;. .Involuntarilr John looked down the street; .he'aaw Rvth coming, swinging tha>lunoh basket in her hand. He re-memborad ~hor shy appeal, that he would do' the'beat he oould for "Tbe Maator Key." . . think we had better go into the mine; we ci^i talk there," he said. ^^ey are .sotting oft a blast," CMIon romarkiid.', ' DiaaaUr - Dorr -looked up at tho car reining past them overhead and said suddenly, '^Sl^oro'anything also you ought to flx that trestle. Some day a car will gs ovar on the: dump." - Gallon .looked,, up and then glanced attI?onr>' ',1 guoais you're right John; rroithougbtiof that' myself; Things hava kind of gone at loose ends; now im aoo-16 it'myaalf with your help. Be-slda* I have something to say to yon." rthora cMnaoTltuth: with a haskot of l�n�h."'i*ald Dorr. "Oh.'yoB/'J-ttJiea I am away from the house she often picnics with mo here in the.mtne.: ySay, Tm going up on the trestle; hava another talk with Tubbs. He la a21 right, but be has got careless; tell him to keep up the slack of his cable. I tell you, John, I have wanted to talk to you for a long time; hut first I'm going to look after that cable, because I see you iare right and we might '.have a bad accident" As the old man started into the mine putting-one foot after the other, with that carelessness cheiracterlstic of men becoming decrepit a man ran out of the mouth of the mine .waving his arms. Almost Instantly roUowinghlm cam. a puff of gray-blue smoke which soared upward and spread out. as if it were the blossom of a cloud warmed Into full bloom by the hot sunlight pouring down Into the valley. Ruth let fall the lunch bosket and �tared upward at that dark, murky hole in the hill. Waa John there? Was her father thsre? She knew that that bulky cloud booming Into the heavens meoAt death beneath the ground. Unwittingly, .she cried, "John!" Than she ramepnbered her filial duty and her next word, whispered toward that billowing, eddying mass of vapor waa 'Father!" The Runaway Car Ruth hastened her pace toward the entrance of tbe mine. The shale gave way- under her little feet, but she struggled upward until she reached the treatle. Having lived aU her life In a mining camp there was no terror for her in" anything but falling rock. That effualon of smoke floating over the hillside seemed to speak of disaster. She kn^w the peril of a premature explosion and she also knew every working ' of "The Master Key." And again she wondered whether it was John Dorr or her. father or both who waro atlfUngfor atr within that dark tunnel, , She did not see John Dorr' taildng to juie a'njglhetr below her, nor did she 'see tfto TBlnof iwho had JUBt left the minoland was serathbUng down the ladder. ' Her thought. waa that during .this: noon''ihouri when :both shifts were olT duty, her father'had Kone In and accjdentaltor.'�et off a blast What 'blasting. was done in "Tho Master Key UBually ti>ok place during , the uponing, but owing' to carelessness it waa sometimtss.%ad barely caught thaappaal In t)�� old man'* ;iroic� #hMt h6 had ^OiMprehMdiM Ruth's peri!. ,iTho old man. irlth haklngllmba, bad *�toh�d-the rwicuo:" When ha sav thM his daughter waa aato he also peroelvad the solution of his {>rdblam> Here was a quick mind noaded to proUot Ruth'a property. Somewhere, in that bill waa the -richeat of California gold. , One*; naoro ha. sold to hlmselfi "John Dorr can.flnd'The Master Key."* Feeling himself too weak to meet tho girl ^ho was now clinging limply'to, her rescuer and also dlsceralGg In hla own slowing pulio that his time ,waa short he went down the hill, oroasod the gulch without a word to tho wflitr dering miuera and entered the bungalow."': A moment later John Dorr entarad With Ruth la hia arms. The old man merely looked up: "Always look after her. John," ho said slowly, "and if TfrU-ketoon comea back-" Dorr lookod Kt the old man with pity in hia eyes. "She Isn't hurt," ho said, gently putting her down on the couch. Then ho straightened up: "I'll always look after her," he promised. , Gallon stared oVsr at the white face of hia daughter as she lay unoons�ious on the couch. "Humph-" thua expressing to himself his own campre-henaion of tho fact that there was coming such a period in his own life. He went out without a look baokward. When he returiied the room was empty. He fingered'^the books on the table and fell into a state of - profound thought He did not hear. tJ^e door open bohiad him. ,- . ..�J-q; y Ruth, freshly tOad and wholly re-covored from bar ozperienco, wondered at bar father's attitude. She tapped �oftly toward hliA.'^'He did not turn. She wont' hearer. > She laid her soft hands on hla shoulder and then, aa If-the flsgors,of llfa-Iong fear wero touch-: ing tb�> vory, nerves of his. ibelng, Thomas. Gallon slowly twisted his head by a supreme effort of will to see tho tho eight which all things ia the world he did not want to see, the face ot his tnemy. Br the magic of the trang* phan-' taamagorla which represents our mental : proceaaea if. .f.we ' look at them carefully, he did see the face of Harry Wiikeraon. ^ � , , "A-a-a-h-" ho-breathed. His eyes dosed, compolled to by bis troubled conacience; b'ut ho waa recalled by a loved and familiar voice; It was Ruth bending over him saying: "Fathor! Father! what ia the matterr' The old man suddenly looked up, still fearful that ha was to see that feared and hated face. "Ruth!" he �ald� and It atruck htm that'on her face was a look almost of terror. "Why, nothing was the matter, ehild; I was only thinking." . But there was something in his tone that made Rnth'draw book. In her'in-noeeaeo she had not:learn�d to discern the difference betwejjn the rude passionpr'that ;goyerit. this world. .She was.�tlU;,a/raid.,,,She crept dut^of ttia door.:".;^ . ' .....�':.'^V. Gallon let his head fall on the table upon hla empty arms. -Ai Ruth closed'the door softly b�4 hind -bar, iha-aaw^a-.light. burning In Jtbha^ Dorr'a 'cabin..andt.there.  flooded crVon' her a sense of irfliai ^tS^t there Waa whom sh* coii^id go.; ; : Qncqi'At the door sho;knookad' hard, .'beoAuae~tt leeme'd toiher that she had 'be$n pursued:, up the ^hlU by '�omo 'Straage and-nirserable demon; hi; . , t'JbHitI -> Johh!" a~he crl��d. > ^ The'moment he appeared it.came.' over her that she had done an nnoon-" ventlonal thing; yet there was that ^emonof fear creeping up tho.hill after 'her and she .turned;vher #yes tja the'; kind, brave face of.;the*enginee* and' held out her slender arms and whispered: "John, I , ddfi't understand; aomathlng has happened; I am scared." �,John Dorr looked down, at her fair face for a momant.and shut' his eyaltda., Wks it true, that she had finally coma to'bim; He. too, felt the presage-of dread. -Way^ do'wn -the 'hill, across -the gUIeh drenched In moonlight and shadows, it seemed to him that he saw one of those grotesque and impossible rigures,. mirages of tho desert night Then he took Ruth into' his strong arms. ' And the man. whose arm* held nothing, whoso hands were clenched in an agony of culminatlno: fear,' saw through tho Window a flg>ure or a man on horseback on the 'crest oT the hill. Reaurrootion ' A tall, dark, stern man, who did not tip the porter, - got' 6rf'the Overland express at Silent Valley. The little hamlet lay there like a mirage of lome ihan's dream. ' There was but one familiar b'unding in the place and Harry Wllkerson gaxed at it and smiled. ' / 1- "Weil," he said audibly, "this looks Uke old times! Now to find Gallon!" It seems that In that oiear dusk which marks the border line'between life.; and death, wo see things ' more elearlv than' at any'^'other time; ai\d Harry Wllkerson, .aa he looked over the familiar, valley, remembored .^lat long night when almost 'mortally,; wounded by Thomas Gallon'* bullet he had crept to safety. Every peak, gully and gulch was. a* plain to him as R waa on that night � � , '� Ho bad heard a great deal about Gallon'* mediocre suoceraand he. did not'fully understand why It was that "The Master Key" mine did not pay better.- 'W^ it possible that hi* former partner had not been able to find that rich vein of gold after all? Be smiled again. B� would And it. Than there was that glri 'wbosa Tivaclty and beauty ho bad heard so much about. Some instiaot told him that Gallon must be ever thinking of him and with the dramatic impulse of a man who haa long nursed the hope of bitter ven-keance, he planned hi* reappearsinceb He would find his old partner alone and there and then theyv^-would - once more have ft oiut. This waathereasoa-' that he bcl not taken the motor stage, but had come on horseback, silently watching for his opportunity. Hi* keen [eyes scanned the scene below him and easily picked out the bungalow. MbJ*^^.^niPWWtW*.n�l " �BourjU.^A youno worn-- mn whom you'll be glad to add to your offloe aurn %OST-iFOUNI>; L0S5>-jWe^ffht fjir tiolnf ^orsa.,i 6t iiew/irdedby retuti)i]ufi.8ain9 to Term rppralfco../__y2i-\ SJiB'Sy-A hay hon^e, tKeigbt.' about; 1400 Jbu,, branded - lazy M unci 7Q on ris:ht thlKh, wir^^cut soar on rlgKt hooki Old Range, Iron. SprlngB. 110 reward for'returning lo^ Al'M.llSteW, Stlrlltig. -ai-~fi Stirll T-Pearl,sunburst betweenitjnlon Bank corner and klne'^ Hoted, 18th St. N, todajr (Wednesday;) ^hia: yind-er pleorfe leave at H�rald oIBofi.oi' at the office of 'Shepherd & -IJunlop,' 21-3 W>ST--Wlll the party who'took two pj^lrs of skates from the e&traate to the Royal Bank cimmbeM; kindly return name to the noygl Bank. 20-Ox LOST-A parcel cohtaiiniffig aVpair ot pink silk gloyoB and a pair of pink sHk Dtocklnga. Finder �rlU kindly return to the Heiald Office. iv.ia-:-Ox PROPERpPY FOR SALB (To be continued.) Ill" � fT.- m Read The See the Pictures of 39 Word*,.as eenta an TntoHlon. Six Insartlena for tho prrce of Four. MUST BE FAID IN ADVANCE TO RENT WANTED-To rent by young married couple, tlve or six) roomed furnished modem bungalow, centrally located, for summer or longer. Can take possession any time. AixiHy Box 17 Herald offloe. 28-E WAKTEJD-:TPumlshed room by young man, close In. Wxlto Box 20 Herald Offloe. 21-2 FDRNISraElD'-ROOars-Best location and oiittook Jnclty, coralortable In all respects' � and" at reasonable rental Miss Snilth.;iaooto .8, Union Bank Building: . 23-6 ro RBNl*--^hpp suitable -for black-smlthlng buainiess, centrally located, with fair aoioomt of tools. Rent |10 per moatlL ? Apply I/.S. Ripley ACb., 714 Srd Ave. B,>, 30-G TO HESNT-8 lOomW house, 710 5th Are. S., one Mock from new post offloe; gas throughout or coai furnace. All modern, large rooms, warm. ,W111 rent furnished fcir' iinfumlshed; Apply �ox-"44VfHeraW 3or Phono S29. 19-6 ro KENT-J71S A 10th St. 8., (stnall louse at rear), full cement basement^ water, aewer, light; ..JIO.OO...^ Partly Cumlshed U desired; Gibson, 'Vfrindsor^ Hotel.  - 17-6 ro RENT-Two � roomed pla8t�r^4>i ahack; fumlahed ;ii;itli;otlarge clolh^ closet and water, also large garden and hen. houses Apply 602 19th St North. 17-6 TO REI'Tr-In tb�'Victoria Mansions, one furnished housekeeping flat with two rooms and private bath; rent'fSO' per mLath, including light and'-beat.-Apply to the Mansions office, vThIrd' Are. S. Phone 636. 'IT-^) FOR SAliB-Two very desirable pro-pei-tliee, >botU well Improved and In tlte best location, "We ara. irltljhold-IxiS tlie price as both are at sDorl-rice. II you would buy a home and B*ve irent. this la yoUr opportunity: N, B. Peat ,& Co,, Agenta; room 10, Macdonald Block. � j23?-8 FOR SAlJij-6 iTOOm fully modem houM on 30ft. lot facing east, close/ in, gas installed furnace, fire place and gas range In kltdien. 'Will sell for $8000. Terms,-f260 cash,: balance on terms to suit. For further .partic-ulars apply to Box 89 Herald- 22-^1 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.'. WANTED-'Life Insurance In � eouhd company having, Dominion license, who will accept jiO.OOO In one,policy. Apply giving war rates on officers and privates to Box 41 Herald. 2'3-^i WANTEJ>-Small coal -burning/, cook stove and 4ft mattress;- must be-in good condition and cheap. This ad will not appear again. Phone 1383 days,.1237 evenings.. .; 22-1 WANTE3D-Stock sheep, 2-Malleable Iron raniges. Si down and |1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. 280-0 TO RiBNT-T-New double ftorev 28x39, with housekeeping flat.ah$we\ oncar line^ comfortable and > fully, mpdemif will rent together orisepjirfte, very-reasonable. Aj>ply Phone 11^6; lE^-O AT TO-NIGHT STARLAND LADIES WILL RECEIVE ART STAMP PHOTOS OF THE MASTER KEY AT STARLAND TONIGHT PRACTICE TRUE ECONOMY BUY You get more tea for your money a,nd a quality that will delight you by its excellence Mend thf* Advartliement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited -iBrli�thbrtdire. Ap-�ply, O.f B. Bowman-^cgcy. . 20-^6 'FOR SAIJ3 OB TH:aj)EF:'Wirti�cle ;four; Calffary' tofif?i.wlthlii city; limits for ihdrsea or cfrttla.^; -JI. Crotzer, RookyWd) Alta. ' , 19-12 TO RBNT-Bungalow in Strothcona, Conrti fully, modem. Including i^^s range and all conveniences. Apely .0.> B. Bowman Agenoy; Acadia BIk.v 6r-0. FOB RBNT-For. a good room tdth-all-modem oimtT^taBoat. jteaa s hMi'-fihower batbii.; pljioge. sto, apply; T.'i BOARD AND ROOM- l. ' In prf'^ate family In modern^ . house centrally located, pfojf," two young ladles or married.; couple. Apply Box 57 Hen^l^,.' office. 18-7-.0X,' SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Girl fori general housework. Mrs, Cragg, 636 10th Street South. 23-1 WANTEn>-Young girl to do light housework. ^Apply Mrs, Agnes Chapman, 820 Bth Ave. S. 28-3 WANTED-General store manager; a live experienced manager who Is also a real salesman; must come highly recommended and be prepared to stay with oiB permanently. To such a-man we offer a first class salary and an opportunity to become financially Interested in a forming organization. In fact we want a man who Is prepared to invest $2000 after be is-become familiar with our buBiness. Address A. B., Box 38 Herald. ,22-1 WANTED-Competent general servant. , Apply 608 5th Ave. S. 20-^ WANTED-Men and women to leara the:barber traije; wages wWle leam? ing; tools. furnished, graduates ' make big money. Catalogue free. Molet Barber College, 604-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. 299-0 iSlTU.mONS WANTED WANTJEII-^Ballnit contracts taken any\yiiereS jPhone R-403 or' P.'O. Box ISl'mhbridge.:.:-' ; 19-6 WANTED-By young respectable mnr-rled woman, housework or care of ohlldren if or. ..Ijoard .*nd ;-�roQm, , with Catholic ;tamily,:8mallcdm^enBatlon. Apply Box .so: Herald office. 23-2 FOR .SAUB, OB ?5tA?);Bl^lfeolt Gater-pUlarV- Traction .; Bngia^ and John De^re Engine Goag^fpurteen Inch ten bottom plows, '(iul'0k-d�tAah able ah ears allf In :besC � bt'-dondlttcm. Also 86-5� 'Bed;River-SpectBlifio^rator used but oneseaaon^^and'ln'^^flrBt claBi oondl-Itlon. Will trade "^aoh or all for horses or cattle.^or property t)iat is saleable; ; H. fOratzer, Rookyfotd, Al-�berta. 18-18 !FOa  BAIiB' ORIijnBADB-Ghoapi one >EdlB(in-.Xclumph(^onogr8ph, alsp 180 �re^rda ^lnviflrBt'f:elalia condition. - Apply ;Bt^'.2a-;Hiajgd'JPl!Bsi�.;. � ^ .. . .Ifl-6' j>nSC^LEANp^ FOR &ALE ;,WlANTBI>-iTo';l�uy!r:Btockfl of mer-chjiAdlBe'ln''imy! iroe.^br lob' lots. What have: yoU'Jgotttp.^aenr-Glve partlealars '.prjce.s etc;,'to �Box>IQUR TO BN8UR5 IN-SERTION BAiyiE DAY AS Oil-DERED^. ..:>,....�,.� GOAL, C. O. D. NUTr.per ton ............(2,25 L.UMP, per ton ,........,a4.36 ."Delivered in two ton loads, full weight- given. PHONE 1683 FOR SALE IB head of Tftoroughbrect Rapv boulllet Rama in good co'nitlUon for breeding purpose*, Price $10.q|Q per head See or write; R. C. Harvey Breeder of and ^Dealer In Sheep, i ; ; RA/MONp, ALTA. ;