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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRID.6fb-�AILY HEUIALD ^'John Fleming :: l^ilson :: By liftl ,arrftn?9niont for this i>�- r. � -drama corresponding to thp ; ______________ o( "The Master K*y," may �bw b� ft�en at the '= theater. By � .�fran�ment mad� with the Universal Film Manuiriioturinir compaiii' tt is not Anly possible to reaii "The Mnoter Key ' .taoh week, but also to see moving dIo-tUres lllustratlni? our story at the ,;, -� theater. w FIFTH lASTALMBSTT (Copyright, 19K, John Flaming Wilson) Syilopisrs-Doot's opan upon stranse-thJnffs Mow mt^ny looked doors are f::>.io In this world'.' How many people iher* trying to And "The M�stcr K ta San Francisco, bar predicanutnt .'became the mora pronounced. The falae Bhrerett. Oeorxe Drake, took it upon bimaelf to cail at the Rita tor her mall and returnlnc with w*rd thai there waa none for har, Huth felt a atranxe pramoiUUon. that aaattirs ware ]tot> pracreaaliiE aa they shouid. : Mrs. Darnell found her cazluK out o(' the dralrioK room window, huddled In a pathetic little heap, dejection etamped on features and farm. "Dearie," purred the hostess, "Vou ,loc)k as if you had lost your laat friend �n earth. Do cheer up. 'What is the tl'duble?" �' Ruth turned ber' bead, but remained in the eaine queer attitude, replyinsr lit-a plaintive voice: .,"1 do not'Und^aund why Mr. Dorr vfasa not wrnteh' oV wired me. Really, Jdra. DamMl, I am besLasinff to fear that sometliing. has happened to him." ilrs. Darnell looked at her aearoh-inttiy, but recovered quickly ucder the .^uitstionln^ return case. V '^0 not worr)-. Hath. BverrtlJlng iPirDt come ^ out aii^rl�ht 8i�p�oeinK.j :�-e:jt8k� drive. The air and auaablae do you a world vt goDi." Every tnlnute waa one of dallsht jtonbe unauphlstlcatad flrl and eacb .^aw sifffat and vista opeBc4 a new rol;ld to ber Inexperienced mind, ''ier a Stop at Grant's tomb they eded downtown, reaching Columbus He after, a run ttarouxh ^antral ipatk. Ai blowout of'one bf the'tirea caused a dejay. Ruth Ured ot-aittlnK Id tlie car,and Jumplhl; uut,�btfspte* a florist's' window."-' Before-vMra. Datnell could j^talhk oC the possibility bt 'E mlacarrt��e"ii{jhef well-laid' plana, -ithe: girl was inaide. She purobaaed -.Vlo'lets for both and was on her way "when she saw a telephone. In- .� � **r'-"*-''-.>w�i''-'V.or at any of the � umallar hotels, .tlrst, Inquiring at the St. Frnnols, where she waa Btop'TTthey arrived at the Manx.; , ^'V^'. , Weary and sol-e from his narrow*' escape of the nlglit before, Dorr was ready. ,to retire to his roont, IntendlnE to purchase wearlne apparal the next, day. ',.  ,. : J � Desiring' to put some of his personnt effects a*ay ho, 'tried . to  opoti ' dresser drawers Rhd discovered ' them to be locked. He sent for a key and to his amazement on opening one of the drawers he dlacbvcrod Ruth's papers to the mine. � Ho made speedy inquiry at llic office and frolh the clerk and the detective learned of the getaway of Mr. Darnell and her party. Drake in the Interim .secured quart-ei-s for the quartet, and still JcavlnK Ruth in the secure hlrtins, guoi-dod by the watchful Wall Sing, a former smuerE'ins partner of WUkorsoii In ihfi days of the "opium ring'"-they walked to the lodging house and Battled themselves to await further dovelopmonta, (To be continued.) . SATURDAY, JANtJABY"3(jl, 1915 vely, ratberjetban from any^ other illative, she hMUly.r caJleU up, Mr. �Everett's ofMce. � T6 her lim'aaement learned that he had gone weet. U'r.'.ker news was even mor* atartllnj tp-'Urs. Darnell? than it:.bad been . to ;(lUth. Quick action, waa needed, and :~-Jeasine Ruth In the car with a pre-.varic&ted excuse, the older woman was soon phoninr to Drake, telling, him' to 'C'or'west at tance and Instrucang him Jto meat them in Ban Francisco, where UaiwaM to itosa aa Everett and continue 'carrying out the plot to. secure posses-iicTp of Ruth's mining property. �.-'.Jind thus It came about that (ire itfajui later found them In the metropo-iUsf'of the Pacific, coaat. where they ^'arore met.'hy Drake, still posing as i'H^erett. The gre*.taat Afftcultjr lay in recon-clUng Hutb^a mind to the mystery of '~ irett'a sudden departure, after she seen him at Mrs. Darnell's the ____bt before. But the cleverness of -ita*;Bcb�mer counterbalanced all doubta maBi the girl waa. therefore - persuaded ,to/^ten tp^Sao JYanciaco-.tb cairy.out JxaT'plana.;._ *,  /'Accordingly'aha -Wirad 'J>orr, but .itBaln "the Virka crossed,"-for'although ite.'leamed that she was going to the .^ektern city, he again learned that .Xiverett had failed to connect -with her. r' Ruth had been gone many days whan '^ohn Dorr received another telegram from Everett that made bis hfsart'stop c4U;Tegular beat. Alone in Ua cabin "tM^ored over It aa If there must bo l�me hidden meaning beneath the ^of&a. It was unlielievable. Atter V^adls-hia pain and his careful fere- .iliougbt'for her comfort' and safety . aonlethlng had gone wrong. Everett 'yrus brief: i- "San Francises, Zad April - fJohn Dorr, Silent Valley, Cal.: ; ^ava been unable to find Miss Oollon. ^ "EVERETT." ' For a while his mind refused to work '|eglcailr;-> All that he could think of �il^;t l>tJP and then �t,tl��"^lt pi5^p�p��:/,.-'7 Know bow you tly/^%''Apd; you jiiat leave . this'trf'ai*..'''Kve3:been here. sli.qe the ' n>iir^-;i*tartad .and I guess I can atteiW .to'^''it''-f|'bm cook shanty, to .'WnkerBon. TJUfTiialA -thing is to find Ruth. 1 .fknow^^e'^t/'saXe,' for nohody would l::UtUa alrU. But you've got to go to 'FViaco and, help her. Likely she's Jotthd herself pretty much a trAagor. I got lost in New Orleans oaee and 1-reckon 'Frisco - ir bigger." TU go," said Dorr, promptly. I'll leave m:y papers a'nd my new' plans in your charge, Tom." .The old man laid his. warm hand on John's arm. "New plans?" he whispered. ' "Have you found the mother lodeT. Don't say anything to �Wllkerson.^' i ��.Butihe isithe superintendent!" �^ot 'of th^ shanty, il never trust an-^^egg �intll:.>rYe broken;'it.'" Ia Harry J'rilkerson's. dark heart therre was what be might, in his twisted ; vocabulary, have termed happiness. His plans were working out to perfection. J�an^ Darnell had urlred-agairi tlia^all ^waa well and that she would have news fdr him In a few days. This meant that she and Oeorge' Drake had , done... their part. But he wonderei why it was that John Dorr, who" roust ceirtainly be anxiously awaiting word from Ruth, neither said anything nor displayed a sign of impatience. -it drt not escape him that Tom Kane and the young engineer were in consultation several times. 'What were they planning.? He determined to probe boldly. "When Dorr came Info the of-floe:ln the ^iftemoon and began to clear up his desk "Wllkerson asked quietly, "Whafs-the news from San Francisco? Has Ruth wlriad?" John had been expecting this perfectly natural" question and waa ready 'With his answeir. 'Everything seems to be all right" Good I"' sold the superintendent dryly. "Fd like to net started on that new lead pretty soon." He could not repress a sour ginlle. "Since the old rate af wages has. been restored I guess you and I':mily haifa to do without our sala-rlesiior, a ^whilfe." ' - 'John rooked up and caught himself. He was in no position to quarrel with this man. "Pay the men first, of CJiursa." 'Ke safd. He prsoeeded to get iiita a package of blueprints and memoranda. ; "Ooing'to move?".suggested Wilker-son... � -, ;:,'!l'm:.:gplag for,a trip and I thought fd iooik ,ovi9r ray notes In the meanwhile." was the response. 'WJlkerson sold no more; he went on the alert. From Bill-Tubbs he learned that Dorr was going to run either Valle Vista or Silent Valley with the motor truck. The superintendent of the Master Key belonged to the type that is catlike in its quickness bf action, based on intuition rath&r than on reason. While Ruth Palloii was canrfully concealed, it was more tbaii possible that Dorr would so stlr.tMngB'upsw.Uh the,aid of Everett that all plans to seize control of the mine's stock would be futile. He must not be allowed to go to San Francisco. But how to prevent him? 'Wllkerson pondered this problem till his dark face was suffUBEsd with angry blood. Thera was no way but the way of violence. Among his sensuous appetitoa was none for blood. But ho nerved himself to his task and shortly after midday called for his horse and rode out, stating that he -was going across the divide to see about a fresh supply o� wood. In the saddle scabbard ho carried a short saw. Spanning an arroyo between two hills half way to Silent Valley was a short bridge of considerable heiRht. It was mid-afternoon when Harry WUkeraon threw the bridle rein over his pony's head and climbed down the hill slope till tie waa directly under the bridge. Then he pulled the litjile saw out of his shirtbosom and began work. Fifteen minutes later he climbed up to the road, broke the saw in two, flung the pieces into the brush and rode away. He did not go far.  Prom his place of vantage half -way up the hill he waited. The hour that elapsed before ho heard the coughing of Ihejnotor seemed an endless succession of deadly scconJs, each marked by a stabbing breath- Then he saw the truiiJc emerge from the cut and commence to rumble heavily down the slope. John Dorr was driving. 'With bin; was onis of the hands. The heavy truck bumped upon the bridge and In. the desert silence the man'ontha hill saw It quietly sway to oho ijlde and then plunge downward to the rocks below. Before the sound of that crash could- reach hjs listening ^dts he saw a sudden, burst of flame shoot up, a dense swirl of smoke, Then, like the -faraway crackling of a Are came the noise of'the yielding timbers, followed by a dull boom. himself. "The ^gasoline tank exploded and the car is.on fire." Ha oroUctasd in the bmsh, iraiUnr to Me wbotbor anyone emerged from tho galeh. 'No one did. The bridge burned fleroaly. At least no one would ever-know the cause of this catastrophe and John Dorr would not go.^to San Francisco. Instinct told him; to flee the scene; but a stronger-passion overcame him: ho must see for himself what had happened. He mounted his horse and rode swiftly down the slope. The truck had turned completely over and lay broken and smoMcring across the water worn boulders.  'Wiliversan could not see two forms; all he .discerned through th.0 eddying srrtoke.was the body of John Dorr, flung some!dl�V tance from the truck, his pallid fate turned to the'blazin'g sky., ~ Jj, "Dead!" muttered Wllk�-soh, clihl^ .with the horror of. the thing he ihail done. - It bit into his very soul, that scene, until he could not stand it longer and rode fariou^y away tQ.ward"'the other side bf the dUido, He must go on his supposed errand about the wood'and know nothing of this. .' - On the crest of the mountain- he halted and looked back. Far below'hlm a thin curl of grray smoke markedHhe site of the murder. ' Knowing that he was safe, Wllkerson experienced a tremendous reaction. He raised himself exultantly in his stirrups. He was now master of the Master Key mine. "Wjth quick decision hey^tui^ied his horse toward Valle Vista.'' He felt in hla pockets to see how much money he had. He discovered that throue;h on oversight he had pyi into his Epbket before leaving the oftlce the loiit San Francisoo mint check for somethins like three thousand dollars. There was besides this a couple of hundred dollars. . , ' He pulled this out, stared at It, laughed and went ,on. "'Frisco for mine," said he.'. The evening sun was pouring a pale blue light through a high Pacific foe when John Dorr came to his senses. John Dorr Regains Consciousness . Twenty feet away Ihei machine was smoVdertog and the smell o_f oil and varnish lay like a thiasma in the gulch. He could hardly breathe. , He struggled painfully up the slope toward the road and then lost cpnsclflusness aigain. It was only for a moment, for Tom Kane, desert-wise, traveling in the cool of the evening', stopped lila burros at the top of the declivity, wondering what the Are waa. He saw that the bridge was gone;, this niight/be due to tramps camped in the ary'oed of the creek, not attending tp their bla'ie. He led the burros off the road and down the slope, only to stop with an esciomatlon such as he had not usfed in'years. John Dorr lay there with hla Angers clutched into the gray mar!.- He stooped' over and saw that the body, bulking heavily in the misty tight, still held its vital spark. "Where is Hickman, the driver?" The cook peered around and then once more bent over the motionless form of the young engineer. 'With Kreat exertion he managed to lift him up and place him across one of the pack saddles, .lohn's arms automatically clasping the little animal's neck. Sjelnp him secure, and coming to hits senses, Kane went down to the smoldering remains of the machine to search for his companion. One glance was sulTlcient; he quietly went back and started his Journey toward the mine. His old hands, seared by years of cooking, patted the almost inanimate form of Dorr. They were almost to the Master Key mine when Dorr came to himself, slipped off the pack-saddle and stood up weakly. "Whp.t happened?" he muttered. "Nothing much," said Kane, putting his arm about him; "you had a bad fall; that bridgB never was any too strong." "Bridge!" said Dorr; "the bridge is gone?" "Sure," said old Tom Kane, easily, whistiing to his burros again; "you Just ' come along with me." "But I haven't got my coat!" The cook looked at him with swift understanding. His coat had jeen in the seal of the machine and was burned. "I'll get you another coat when'we get back to camp," he said comfortingly. So they progressed the long and dusty road the Master Key. It waa dark when they arrived and Kane was unable to toko his dazed and much-bruised charge into the cook shanty without being observed by .inv of the miners. Dorr was still but lialf " t� being put to bed, though ho still pro-testad that he wanted his ooat, ."What 4a you want yojir ooat forr' demanded Kana. ; John opened his eyes wUely, for the llrst time cogniisant of his surroundings. Then ha leaped from the bod. "All my money is In it!" Tom Kane sat on the chair besld* him, dish towel In j,haad, aj$ a sort of emblem of authority,''and demanded in his careful tolseSi -There ^Tjiun't ony-thins elselh-thd coat, John?" He bent his white h*ad. as if to catch a whisper: Instea-d, jtake this m.oney and get to 'Frisco. Find Ruth. That's all. that matters; find that little girl. "Hurry I" he. 'w-hlsp'ered."Wilkei^on is gone. H^'s been''gone-^nce mid-afternoon." / "But I am badly hurti"" said John Dorr, stupidly. - Then 'Kane understood that he must take desperate measures. Fifteen minutes -later Dorr was pounding down the road toward Silent Valley. His head was roughly bandaged, his chest had been tightly strapped with the-'' ripped woolen blanket and In his' nostrils was the pungent odor of ammonia. He -was at iast awake and knew, that in his pocket was a thousand doiiara in gold. An "nour later he boarded the Sunset ex-I .iross and automatically paH his fare, I* ought his Pullman ticket, and notvtlth-.HCandlng the porter's earnest inquiry us to his injuries, went to bed as silently as he arrived in San Francisco a day later. Exultant in his triumph, SVilkerson tlnod the .small voice. of his con- He turned, "Tou mustn't go in thei-o." "Why not" "She's sleeping-^youTl waken her." "Oh, aU right." He paused and looked from Drake to Mrs. Darnell. "Well lot's get down to business. 'Wliero ar � the papers? Have you gotten ther yctv . "Ssh! Not' so loud-" and Mr Darnell looked 'apprehensively tcwa:-the heavy plush hangings. "Oh, that's all right, Jean. But v must hurry this thing up." In her bed Ruth stirred. The mu mur of voices came to her as In troubled dream. Whose were the> Where had aha heard that voice be fore? The heavy one? She turned oi her side and the' moonlight shone on her4ri a white light. "I te!l you, Jean, you must do as 1 say! If we'want to get possession of those papers and secure the mine, we must act!" "Will yoir be quiet!", Mrs. Darnell's eyes-blszed in angered 'reisentment. What were the voices saying? Ruth sat up-listened-slipped from the bed and tiptoed, to the curtains- "You'll do as I say or-" "Harry!" ^ "Oh, come,"old'maA. What's-the use of all this argument?" and Drake laid his hand on VVllkerson's oj-m restrain-Ingly. Their eyes met. � Wllkerson calmed himself. , "Oh, all right As you say," and he stepped to Jean and turned her around to him. Slam! Bang! "Hello! Hello!" With one rush the trio were upon her. Mrs. Darnell seized the affrighted girl and dragged her from the phone." Khe screamed! "Stop her yelling! Stop her!" commanded Wllkerson. "George! For God's sake, do something!" With her hand over the girl's mouth, Mrs. Darnell held her by sherr strength, while the always cowardly Wllkerson screamed his commands In cience and strode on. One'thougnt'than those of the giri now ma.stered hla every action^ He must reach San Francisoo and Jean Darnell! � - ' Jean Darnell! Tne woman who stirred him to the depths of his innermost soul. Jean Darnell and the Master Key! Arrived at tho station he sent her a wire telling of his Coming. Two minutes later he was aboard the train. As, j the m-aid, was rushing acros: he cazed backward tt bend of the rails i,hbv preceded by Drake. Mr:' drew a curtain in his musings and he i '- ' - had been. Her head fell backward and her bodi became limp. > "She's tainted! Call at once! We must gel her out of this hotel!" In less than five minutes they wort shooting down in the elevator. Another quarter minute and Wllkerson with the unconscious form of the git In his arms, her face covered by the turned and entered the car. Upon their anivai in San Francisco Mrs, Darnell acted upon! her .decision made during the journey--that they would stop at a less pretentious hotel than the St. FYancls. where the Darnell stopped at tho desk Ion enough to throw down a twenty-dollai' bill. � "The girl is sick and we must hurry her to a hospital," she managed to gasp. Before tho dumfounded clerk or the chances of her plans being spoiled by'amazed guests could slop to act, they chance meetings with the real Everett, . . or perhaps .lohn Dorr, were too great. And so they took a taxi to: the Manx, Viore out of the hotel and in a taxi. The house detective sprang from al- ____ .....most out of nowhero and in a second A word with Drake and the older!was speeding after the fleeing ones woman stepped to the desk and In. a'accompanied by another plain clothes i.^i^t man. .... 'X'hey sighted tho first taxi 'My God!" whispered Wllkerson U^Coa�ct�tts and willingly submitted irm, bold hand wrote. Darnell and daughter. Now York." ifl ____ckly she tm-ned to Ruth and 11.lowing the lead of the bellboy escorted her towaru the elevators. No sooner had Lhey removed their wraps in the luxurious apartments than a rap at the door interrupted their talk. "See who it is," commanded Mrs. Darnell to her maid. The latter returned with a telegram from Harry Wllkerson saying that ho was on his way and would Join them soon. Wearied by the long trip across the continent, Ruth was glad to retire early and shortly after the dinner hour she was.tucked in hea- bed'-'and sjeoplng soundly. 1 Drake hastened to the depot and met 'Wllkerson, driving him to the Manx with all haste. "I'm awfully glad to see you, Harry," waa the effusive greeting he received frorn Jean. His heart pounded with tho joy of Itl ' " ' .- ' After all, his scheming and plotting was worth while. He would win tlie mine and the woman also. The mine I The Master Key! The thought brought him back like the snapping of a whip. "Whore la tho girl?" most brusuucly. "In there," and Mrs. Darnell pointed t-To rent a Obunga-low preferred), modern, fenced yard, reasonable; if suited wxiuld take a lease. Write to P, O. Box ".iSS. 41-3 TO RENT-AU or any part of Brodle Block, opposite Alexandra Hotel on 4th Ave. Three stores dov/ii stairs, 13 rootns and hath -upstairs. Ready Feb. 1st. Apply John. Brodle, C4S 11th St. South. 41-0 TO RENT-One furnished room, also two unfurnished rooms, the latter suitable for offices, fronting on 5tli Street; steam heated. Terms very reasona�)le. Apply Star Electric Co., 409 5th St. S. 39-G ro RENT-li^rge comfortable ""ur-aished room in large modern house, centrally located, to respectable young man or yoiing woman. Apply Box 4 Herald. '" � 24-0 ro RENT-Bungalow in Strathconti Court, fully modem, Including gas range and all conveniences. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Blk. 5-0 TO RENT-For a good'room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shx)wer baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. 24-0 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTBID-Good general servant In small family. Write Drawer 216 Nan-ton or Phone 14. 42-6 WANTED-^AT once, young men for automo'bile business. Big pay. We make you expert in ten -weeks by mall. Pay US after we secure you position. Century Automobile Institute, Los Angeles, Cal. 41-1 WANTED-Real live girl to do canvassing on a good selling proposition. Good money in sight for hustler. Call at the office of the W. W. Cary Co;. 13th St. and 2nd Ave. 41-0 Wanted-^A thoroughly experienced horseman and fanner, not necessary to be an experienced foreman, but capaible of taking second pla/co. Wanted also thoroush stock and chore man. Apply C. S. Noble, Nohletord, or Phone 1667 Lethbridge. 41-0 $15 WEEK AND EXPENSES-To travel, appointing local representatives. �W;hitfleld Linscott, Brantford. 38-U WANTED-Men and women to learn the barber Irade; wj^ges while learning; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue freo. Moler Barber College, 604-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta.299-0 WANTED-Manager required, either sex, aooustomed to make big money for Lethbridge and every city and town in Alberta to control sale of now money making clothes waahing crystal, backed by $1000 guarantee to positively abolisli rubbing, wash-boardsj washing machines. Makes washing easy Instead ot liard work. Every womaii wants it. Manager ap--points own agents, owns his Ijuslness, Big profits assured and exclusive territory given. Capaible men or women are making $50-$100 per week. Answer today. Western Utilities Co., 208 Donalda Block, Winnipeg, Man. No. S5 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-work by elderly 'widow, farm preferred; am strong and can do any kind ot housework; vei-y respectable. Apply Mrs. 3i Staley, Merl I3Iuff,_A3ta.__-__37-6 WANTED-Country girl �wants sltu~a~ tion Jn general housework. Apply BoJt 2_Hcrald office, ' __37-6 WAN5?ED;^PoSitioi5'' iTb.' editoi' or ro-portev,' on wpekly paper by � e.vperlenc-ed .nowapuporman.^ Satlflfled- w.ltll- a moderate /salary tor-- Start;-v'Apply A;-ltollln9-'/;Mc;Leish,. general � delivery, MPc|)?/,18- Jots) I hi so'tttueast �t .cltyj-'wouldvmaltb u' good sclilcken 'farm,' .I'nloe. $700 ...jiBsh.-j PuwhftBor 'oould ftnrange for ji*o of adjoining I'A acres by paying taxes" on same. Write Box 500,-Herald office;_ . . 42-rOx FOR.SALB-rrWhy. pay rent Wlveil-1100 down buys 6 roo.inei house, balance as rent. North. Lethibrldge, near oars. \ot 50xl7(). Apply Box'9 Herald. 38-6 a'oop mVE9TMEN'tVi"No. �'6^0^i;7ll)^ St. S., fully raddorn'obttttge 6n.lbts.' 20-21, block 55; Price $8500. Terms 5500 posh, nssMine loan of $20p0 paid nionflily.;- bnliinee'; .ttrrouged Vsuit.' N. B, Peat' & Co,, Afeents, 10. ^itdon-aid Block: ' ' , �9-0 FOR SAX.E-Half section 4V6 miles west of Lethbridge. . For partloulara apply to John B. Allan, Box 681, Letli-bridge. 31-0 FOR SALE-BrUish Columbia homes, Orchards and raw lands (soutli end Kootenay Lake.) I buy, sell and ex-, change city lots, prairie lands and fruit lands. R. Lamont, Creston, B. C. � 33-2,1' FOR SALE-Florida ato.ek raising tracts, $G,00 per a-cre-up. -Warm win-, lers, cool summers, good forage country; ample watfer. State roqulrfeinenl.'i when vvTltlng. Adna Howard, ;San-ford. Florida. . ' ._'' Box 667 city. 'Phone R-805.-.v:v�. ; ..... - ^42-G FOR aALE>--l Llve'Xoi))ij-Cg^k St'dve \vlth abp'rex grates and-i-^rrolr.corh-plete. Price $8.00. Alw^gebts'Wheel in good order. Price $15.Apply 970 10th ^t. South. :'',;:� . 4Ji_0x FOR SALE-Case 32x110 ploughing engine, good as new, and 12 breaker b'alance gang. Both for $2000 cash. Also ranch for sale.' Apply M. H. Terrell, Lundbreck, Alta. 42-12 FOR SALE-"Indian" motorcycle in perfect runhing order, twin cylinder, free running engine. Cheap for cash. Apply Box SO Herald. 41-O-t fOR SALE-Sioillian Buttercup Qock-jrols and new laid eggs. 54o IZtli St. 36uth. 2'*-fl-'c FOR SALE-Second hand Williams piano; will sell cheap for cash or easy terms. Apply Boi 41 Herald office or Phone 1402. 12-0 FOR Sale-MalleaWe iiwn ranges, $1 down and $1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. 280-^0 For Sale or Excliang* FOR SALE-Or excbange tor stock, very choice oat hay, oats partly matured; baled or in bundle. Prices on application. Noble Foundation Co.. Ltd., Nohletord, Alta. 30-r-O FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-To exchange for Alberta lands,, oiae of the choicest improved farms in TlyiUamatt Valley, Oregon; on electric line, 20 miles from Portland. If Interested, calUor write M. P. Johnston & Co., Alberta Block, 38-r-C NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE TABER HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED. In Liquidation. NOTICE is hereby given that there is in tho store of The Talber Hardware Company. Limited, hardware .stock in good/condition amounting to $6,692,20, and fixtures amounting to $087,00, and tlie Liquidator wlli until Saturday the 23rd January, 1915, receive tenders from any and all parties wishing to purchase . the sathe, each party tendering will state ithp amount on the dollar tliat he Is pay for tile said stock. Terms will, be given to responsible parties for the purchsise prlo^.i'. A marked cheque for $50.00 shall-accompany each tender, and tenders will,be rocelved up until ,11 o'clook li� ,'tlie forenoon on Saturday the 23rd. January, 1915. ,.. The highest or any tender not ni-oessarlly nccopted, -. THE IMPBJillAiL OANADIAN ; , , -' TQ-USTrOOMPiSi^y. �  � I^lqliWator. -0. A.-.Tralnor, Solicitor-Ipr tft'erLl-Quldntoi'. , Market QatdeiisVi* -FOft SALE-rThe -best Irrtflfjjt-ed-market oartlen*' In thl� S^fmr I AV,|hti� ,^OUth,,J^^;;,^^,.,JVfi;.,^.f �>^y^iWra/Wr--i'"i;^^V;^>-''^'g>--''-'''>''-%-"-- / ;