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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THELETHBRIDGE OAiLY HtRALD. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1909. i I i I i I BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta. and thereby double your profits Rioting Starts Again Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to DLFUTY SHERIFFS Wf TO PRESSED STEEL CAR WORKS. For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell FIGHTING OVER BRANTFORD UP IN ARMS Madrid.. July General staff; _____ announce Chat all is quiet today at- Enforcement of Dog By-law is Causing Melilla, Morocco, where recently fierce Trouble fighting has been -oing on between j July local au- tribesmen and the Spanish' forces on j havt. of dvi] war njl the Riff coast. j hamls in the enforcemeilt ,lf tilt, ------------------------------------------------jni-w doc by-law., recently passed by th.- city council. It- is a most drastic enacinifiit, and provides for the im-! at Rocks today, -.vhrii i hi-- .-triki'iL: V.f that c wen- HriM is al- i-pvii by Di puiy Slii-rinV. one wa? injurVu. Th- on ac- count uf today's outbreak. again put t-n vxtra tfentrie.-; and tonight the Car plant is .surruundr'd by amu-d guards for the first time within over a week. Tlie .strike ni tile employee? vf thf Standard Steel Car O-mpany at Butler wa.s amicably settled today, both sides claimir.-j a victorv. MISS H. A. OEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin Dniv.) w Jhe People Back of Sunshine Furnace is the triumplvof sixty- one years' from a small tinshop to acres of floor space, from a half dozen artisans to from an annual wage sheet of to one cf from a capital of energy to one of from obscurity to recognition as Largest Makers of Furnaces in the British Empire. was placed on the market the first furnace to be wholly and solely designed by a Canadian Company. We employ a consulting staff of furnace experts, who are continually experimenting with new ideas iu order that Sunshine Furnace shall not have to travel on its past reputation for goodness. We buy materials in such large quantities that its quality guaranteed to us. We have our own testing rooms, so that of construction is exercised down to finest detail. McCIaryfc The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS jfi I ACTIVITY AT BARONS Much Building Going on in the New j Business Houses WOMAN TRAVELLER IN HOLY LAND TO TELL Mrs. Charles Barclay, Sister of Ballington Booth, in America for Lecture Tour EXPERT bridge" Conservatory, cf Music. pu-j rumiin? about the streets without pils prepared for all examinations, j'their owners, or doing or ruis- For terms address Lethbridge Con-! i-v, servatory of Music, or me> a ,Hg cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett vr can any do- thrm.s-hv? and have them locked up. SINGING. jTllr polio have started in TO enforce; Miss Ursula Archer. puml of theithe bv-lavv to the ieu.-r. with ihe TEACHING DEPUTY SHERIFFS BIOT RULES. HOW TO WOLVES KILL BUFFALO Ottawa. July wood bison Canada are threatened with extir.c-1 tioti. say; a report which reaches j Comptroller White, of the Xurrh West j The patrols that j SOPHY OF Ursula Archer, pupil celebrated teacher, William tha; is no r-nd of trmib, speare, will receive pupils in-singing prominent citizen? whose Mounted Police. and voice production. Also engage-1 captured are. hot. A meet-1 e-'-ver northern Canada have- come to j ments lor Ballad Concerts, At'Homes "i the dog-owners has been called :'his conclusion and are of the the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music, ito protest, and a petition is in circn- i-opinion that wolves and not Indians lation calling for the repeal oi the arfi responsible. They find that bison by-law. are to the taste of the wolf and that i they have reduced the killing to re- finement of science. They corral a herd and encircle it. They wait fill hunger .forces a poor beast to make a bivak foor or water and then the animals sei upon it. consuming in this wav one bv une. POSITIONS GUARANTEED We hereafter guarantee positions to all of our stu- dents of good character and habits after they have .grad- uated. There is no chance of our holding up pupils be- cause we cannot place them, as vre do not set our own ex- aminations. We have se- cured the agency for the Sheldon Course -of Sales- manship and Page Davis Course of Advertising. For particulars regarding our guarantee or the courses mentioned above, -write GEO. J. .SCHMIDT, .Prin., Garbutt .Business .College, P.O. Box T29I.......... By Anthony Hope Author Of "The Prisoner Of Zenda" BRANDON'S COMPLAINT Ottawa, July deputation from Brandon saw Sir Wilfrid Laurier to- day in support of a branch "of the G. T. P. from its main line to that city, about 12 miles. It was pointed out; tlm this company evading i obligation. The Premi-er promised to FRENCHMAN WEPT BITTERLY Calais. July Lavesseur. th? take ihe matter up at once and prac-; constructor of Latham's monoplane, tically assured the deputation that j on hiring uf Latham's failure yes- pressure would be brought bear on terday in his second effort to rro.-.s the company. The deputation was l the channel after guinu' 19 miles, gave headed by Mayor 'Adolph and was >-ay to introduced by Hon. Mr. Sifton." and he bitterlv. decoration. recognised in rile young man Baron von Holibnindt junior secretary of tbe German legation in Slavna. HoIIbrandt bowed to Mistiteb, with whom he was acquainted, then bent o.ver the giant's burly back and whisper- ed in his ear: EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME We have just placed in stock several ear load? of the latest designs in many lines of House Furnishings, and invite you to look over the stock. We are always glad to show you our goods, whether you desire to purchase or not cial orders to act, but he followed the three in a fascinated interest and with the hope that a very brief proof of his freedom would content tbe captain. Out from the barracks tbe three march- ed. The sentry at the gate presented arms, but tried to bar their progress. With a guffaw and a mighty push Mis- titch sent him sprawling. "The com- mandant wants us. you fool I" be cried three were in the square. "What the devil will come of this thought Markart as be foL- lowed them over the little bridge whicn spanned the canal and thence to the door of the Golden Lion. Behind them still, he passed the seats on the pave- ment and entered the great saloon.' AS Misritcb and his companions came in' to dut-v< Come- back- tbree-fourths of the company sprang to had sPree-" their feet and returned tbe salute of the newcomers. So strongly military cried Mistitch. "Lads, we're obliged j in composition was the compauy-of- to Baron Toa HoIIbrandt! Could you j Seers on one side of a six feet teil uie tbe street he means to come by? Barons. July townsite sold 'remarkably well Jast morning and at noon two energetic' business men had their stores on the way. Evt-ry purchaser seems satis-j Xew York, N. Y., July fied with his bargain and as they j Mrs. diaries Barclay.' sister..' Mrs. knew what they wanted, did not bid j Ballington Booth, arrived today on ajsamst each other. rhe wo Hadiirju Bros, are building a large! stay iu during which time jbjlliard and pool hall on the mainjsh, at. many chatauquas jin ;inrl visit the prisons Mr. Hopper, hardware meicham of of Dakota. Iowa, Indiana. Monarch, is going to open a, hard-1 Illinois other States. ware store here also. I D Barclay is well known in Enir- cvllni a, a public speaker. She 'is the il ex, nng and also Monday monnng. of the M KAtecoro gav, .very of Hertfold HI! surprise party on Monday even- i ing honor of the birthday in honor j of her sifter. Miss Inkier. j A light front- lunched potatoi-s iitre tho other night but did not dam- age thoiii any. K. K. Munch. popular Clares.- Jiohn bnrb-r, lias opened a rihop in B'irons. Charh-5 Bain, of Granuni. is build- ing a restaurant and "expects to h.- i-i-jiuy for by the first of August.' J. Fraker spent ;i couple days in Claresholm this week. J. R. Steele, the contractor. ha? bt.-fii to Granum for a few days and has secured several good carpenters. Wt- certainly need them as. there is lots doing in the building line. TIu' railroad gang are going of 'TFctt, j ahead with the grading. .They are j now grading the road'allowance which they left until last so as the stores and buildings could be moved onto "Take a friend's ad- j tnti townsite. he said, j The Barons 'ball team defeat- "Fve been at the palace, j Pd a team of scrub? to tung is the author of "The Wheels. 24 to 4. of Time" and has another book uuw and I know tlie prince 10 Ko had permission to .wi He was to return to Slavua You've tnex Lord. I'm obliged to HONORS FOR BRUCHES! I glass screen which cut -.the room in j two. sergeants and their inferiors on j tho other. A moment's silence suc- j ceeded the .salute. Then a young ofS- I cer cried, "The king has It did not occur to anybody that tbs j commandant might have changed his mind and reversed his decree. Foe i good or evil, they knew him too well to j. think of that j "The king Mistitch echo- I ed in his sonorous, rolling, thick voice. j "No. We've interfered ourselves and walked out.' Does any one Ce glared a challenge oroundL There .'in the press. Her lectures in the will be bnsed upon her experiences Me- and travels in Palestine. She will tell arid illustrate the storv of the- rose to his feet go and meet Half tbe hall heard him, and the speech was soon passed on to any out of hearing. A sparse cheer sputtered j Patrick church, will be here and there, but most were silent {tho dignity of bishop. Itastatz gasped again, while Sterkoff j frowned and squinted villainously. HoIIbrandt whispered once more, 'then etood erect shrugged his shoulders, bowed and walked back to his pretty friend. He sat down and squeezed her hand in apology. Tbe pair broke into laughter a moment later. Baron von .HoIIbrandt felt tbat be, at least, bad Like to be a Shane May be Made Bishop Montreal. July .was state-d scriptures from the of orse here today that during the Catholic who has spent much iime upon tho Congress to be held next year in this scene of .scriptural action, city his Grace Archbishop Bruchesi'. Upon arriving here Mrs. Barcl.-'.y would be created a cardinal, and that i will go with her sister to the liner's Rev. Father Gerald McShane, of St.; summer Imme. at Blue Point, L. T... elevated to'remaining until July .16, when :will start West with Mrs. Booth. We Can Furnish Your Home Cheaper Than any other source in Western Canada, because we handle goods in large quantities, and conduct business on the most economical lines our Turpin Furniture Co. The Home Makers were officers present of superior rank, j Tbey drank their beer or wine ly. The juniors broke into a ringing cheer. It was taken up and echoed from behind the glass screen, i which a hundred faces were ic an in- j stant glued, over whicd bere aad the head of some soldier more than common tall suddenly projected. "A table herer cried Mistitch. "And champagne! Quick! Sit down, my A atranfe silence followed tbe im- pulsive cheers. Men were thinking. Cheers first thoughts afterward, was order in Slavna as in maay cities. Now they recognised of tnii thing, the fateful change from obedience to open defltace. Wti1 It only a drunken beddw that, ww it summons to each gum to choose his side? Choosing his tide might well mean anting hii life. titcb rose from his chair, in hanC "Loug life to tbe kingr he ahvntai. 'Tbti'i loyml, fen't it? Aye, immortal broke out afita, with laughter. A roice cried, "Hart hto heir. Captain HerctUwr MAyer Mlstitch roarad back. "Eari be on ui, my Another burst of cheering, aadi affabl that conscience smitten silence. Markart had found a seat naar door and s good way from the redoubt. i able Mistitch and his companions. Hs i tnat lne-v were Bnt i looked at his watch. 'It was nearly 10. rpu---------- In half an hoar General StenoTka I would be leaving the palace, and it was i meet that he sbooJd know of all this as soon as possible. Markart made op his I mind that he would slip away soon, but I still the Interest of tbe scene, the fascl- nation of this it seemed j steps bonnd. snaamfy a yonng man of aristocratic i appearance rose from a table at tbe end of the room, where he had been j seated in company with a pretty and smartly dressed girl. .A graceful ges- ture excused bim to his fair compan- ion, and be threaded bis way deftly between tbe jostling tables to wbere Mistitch sat He wore court dress and The three bad drunk and drunk. was silly, Sterkoff vicious, tbe giaut Mistitch jovially and cruelly reck- less, exalted not only by liquor, but with the sense of the part he played. Suddenly from behind the glass screen "rose a mighty roar: "Long Jive Mistitcb! Down with ty- rants! Long live Captain It was fuel to the flames. Mistitch drained his glass and burled it on tbe floor. "Well, who follows be cried. Half the men started'to their feet The other half pulled tbcm down. Con- tending currents of. feeling ran through tbe crowd. To one his neighbor gave warning, to another instigation. They poised on the point of a great decision. Yet what was it they were deciding? They could not tell. Markart suddenly forgot his caution. He rushed to Mistitch, with bis hands ont and "For God's loud on bis lips. "Youf cried Mtatttcb. "By beaten, what else does your general want? What else does Matthias Stenovics want? Tell me Amid a dead silence be went ont bis two henchmen after him. He and Sterkoff walked firm and true. Rastatz lurched lu his gait A thousand eyes followed their exit and from 500 throats went up a long sigh of relief it bad gone to 'do? Tbe company.decided tbat it was just as well for them, whether collectively or as Individuals, not to know too much about that Let it hoped that the cool air outside would have a sobering effect and send them home to bed! Yet from behind the glass screen tbere soon arose agajin a busy murmur of voices, like the hum of n beehive threatened with danger. OutsJde. big Mistitch had crossed the cannl and come to fhe corner'where the Street of tbe Fountain opens on to St Michael's square. "What say yon to a I call ;it the Hotel de Paris, he j said. j Sterkoff whispered. "Do you (To Be Continued.) I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. Give us a trial with your next bundle. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. 8, FARROW, Manager Pho 145 -.T I Gait Coal for GALT COAL left at the General Office of the Company will be delivered to any point within the City Limits at per ton Cash must accompany order in every case. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company ;