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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBRIDGt OAfUY SATURDAY. JULY FOUR Grand Open in Club Cafe UESDAY, AUGUST 3rd Orpheus Orchestra in Attendance for Lunch and Dinner FORD ST. V' DODGERS, Opposite Palace Livery Proprietor. SOPHY OF KRAVON1A By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" jtge. almost Svtises gone. He could thfi mother was. the sternmer no more than. "They'll Qgb.tr Kr, voaion father, and behind him the could not say who. But he had. minjjred and vacillating for- out with whom had _-.-._ SPORTS PUT IT ALL OVER MOOSE JAW! __________ i i McNeil Pitch-! ed Great Ball For Lethbridge M.-nse Jnw. July The Miiu-i-.- cleaned up and wiped up !_ ball yard with Robin Hood's tuniu'ht 11-2. The Lrume was horrible the Jaw standpoint, though er- bcciiiVn- j" numerous that the simply amusing. Ros- :iie rirst ihn-v iiining.s i si-or ror.- bcciiiVn- ir.iinf sot to b pneiied but was so wild that h- was replaced j by Currie who was just as biul. Then- was gri'.-U rivalry among the Robins j TO wJio couki niaki- tin.- most er- i-.vr.-. Walt.-rs securin th.- hon A Comfortable Collar all Year "WABASH" POIHTS 2.H IKCH. BACK iH INCK 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME BRANO- for SOc. TOOKE BPOS. LlMnTED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS. COLLARS. TIES. VESTS- ANO IMPORTERS OF MEN'8 FURNISHINGS. 13 i special will be made uud mov-1 jod -in the centre of the tout, and! there be ample room for all. 1 This contest should drAw u big.j house as both men an1 woll known j 'and each have a large circle of admir-j ers. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P.O. Hut. 40 iiiiupei: L'.'thbridgo shut- Lethbridge Tiu-y gone to meet? were around him in aa instant, "Where; He broke into biding iSs fsce in bis broils SoUbrandt who ag his pretty iv :ig the oiii'X'i's. throat and put id. "Where? tf Mas von spo-ik, For- beat terror. Ilustats by a revolver to his seconds., Street or" the by the Silver Cock.'" the cur {stammered "and fell to his blubbering Tbe officers and more were j across the square almost before he had ___ Mas von Hollbrandt, with the now -lessened company in tbe lisa, Tvas hot on their heels j for that night all ijterfcoff was-picked up, unconscious iaow. Sullen, but never cringing. Mis- was marched off the guard- and the surgeon's ministrations. soldier -was ordered to quarters, t toivnsfolk slnnk off to their homes. Tfct street grew empty, the glare of tbe nominations was quenched. But of this Sophy savr nothing. She had down in her chair by the window Md lay there, save for her tumultuous feettking. still as death. The commandant had no fear and have his way. He stood alone ia tbe street, looting from tbe splash at llistitcb's blood to ,._r with her broken lamp and up to window of the Silver Cock, had corn ft salvation, nines which drew descent from Stefan, lord of Praslok. and famous reiver of lowland herds. In that stock the tem- perament was to sometimes, ardent to madness r.T others, moderate seldom. And for youns: man thu in the- illuminated night, the virgin with the broken lamp, a near tr.uch of the scyiae of death and a girl's white face at the window7 Behind tbe stern wrath-nay, be- side and SOOH before it. for the mo- ment dazzling his eyes-came the bright gleams of romance. knew who lodged at the sign of the Silver Cock. Marie Zerkovitch was his friend. Zerkovitch his zealous fol- lower. The journalist was back now from the of France and was ,r H v was at an end fQT patriot the leading paper of Shivna. He was deep in the prince's confidence, and bis lit- tle house on the -south boulevard often 30 :U 31 30 -41 41 .714 .662 ,524 .50? .492 .419 .379 .293 Jb. ci. Walters, s.s. 35 11 AH E ..30 2 1 received this distinguished guest. The If IELE last of the transparencies I died out.. The dim and inire- 1 quent oil lamps alone lit up the I Street of toe-Fountain and SLMi- sqaare. They reveled still down I it the- Hotel de Paris, whither Mar von -iHoilbrandt and a dozen others had itemed with the news of the evening's ijrcstt event. But here, on the borders I of the old north quarter, all grew ithe Goiden Lion empty, the townsmen "their beds, the soldiers to barracks, j of talk and fears and threats. Yet light still burned in the round room j 5a the keep of Suleiman's tower, and servant still expect- ois royal master. Peter Vassip, a itnrdy son of Volseni. had no apprelieri- but he was very sleepy, and he "One might as well be a sol- at he grumbled, for the men the hills didjgot esteem the regular so high as it rated itself. Tbe commandant lingered in the of the Fountain. Sergius Stefan- was half a Bourbon, but it was 5be intellectual half. He had the .g, concentrated, rather narrow of a Bonrbon of before the fam- 3j decadence. On it his training at YJeantf had jrrafied a military pre- ncrliaps a pedantry, nv.ti no Ur- ge added scorn what men called lib- and citizens called civil rights, "rights h.-id a man against his His country was in his king, to the king Use army was his su- instrument So ran his public his statesman's instlnri-. But prince nad been keen to hear from Zer- kovitch of the battles, from Marie of the life in Paris. With Marie's tale came the name and what she knew of the story of Sophie de Gruche. Yet al- ways, in spite of her praises of her friend, Marie had avoided any oppor- tunity of presenting her to the prince. Excuse on excuse she made, for his curiosity ranged around Casimir Savres'" bereaved lover. "Oh. I shall meet her some day, all tbe he bad said, laughing, and Marie doubted whether her reluctance to herself not missed its mark, inflaming an interest which It had meant to'balk. Why this reluctance? So far it was proved base- less. His first encounter with the lady of the red poetical sobri- quet had passed Marie'? been supremely fortunate. From the splash of blood to the bro- ken virgin, from broken.virgin to the open window and the dark room behind, bis restless glances sped. Then came swift, impulsive decision. He caught up the bronze 5.sure and enter- ed tbe porch. He knew Meyerstein's shop and Hint from it no staircase led to the upper floor. The other door was his mark, and he knocked on it-'rais- in" first with a cautions touch, then more resolutely, the old brass hand with hospitably beckoning finger which for knocker. Then be listened "ifr.-y li. ab. Anthonv. If. Carrie, p. 0 e 21 12 H 0 A 0 10 o 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 American At Philadelphia 7: At Xew Detroit 0: Xew York G. At ,1 1; Chicago 8. Secoud 1: 2. At St. I.oui> .1: Boston 7. Second I.ouis 10; 4. Eastern At Baltimore i: Montreal 4. At Providence 4; Torou'o 7. At Rochester-- Jersey City 1; 3. At Xewfirk 9: Buffalo 3. Western Canada At COLE BROS. CIRCUS To u-tteud a no umttcr how tiic jKH'oriiiance be, and compelled to listen lo inferior and discordant music, is the ont1 main thing ihat will make one regret at- tending. U is lamentable fact that j circus lias generally becai class- eel with the discordant, and oft times deserviu-gly so. The manacfOmont seemed to feel that good music was in no way connected with the success i of the show, anil that the patrons. pakl no attention to the band, fur- ther than to know thajt one was in. attendance. Cole Brothers world toured shows, which will be faere .Fri- :day. August do as some :of the other showmen think for they .make a foat'ire. of their band. The band with this show is under the leadership of Prof. Charles Tin- who is not only a leader of uni- 'vcrsal reputation, but a composer of recojmizod ability. Prof. Tinney has hinipelf with no less than forty soloists, each one having been carefully for his proficiency on the instrument assigned' to him. The result is the perfect organization of a concert band that ranks second .to none in the country. The .same band that is uivdcr contract to' the show this season has been heard in concert during the winter in all the loading cities of America uid Canada and won unstinted praise iVoni the press, and people- who ir.usic. Prof. Tinney does 'nor iH-lieve that ;he band that can make the most noise, ear. produce the. most music oiitl 'the masterly manner in whif.h he lias blended his3 selection of instruments, has resulted in a har mony is unequalled for open air music. Of such rare merit, is rhis is featured in concert before i.-M-formance, and a program of not only the latest classic music ren- derKi bur the newest and most pop- ular airs. This concert is given in the larg-e menagerie tent immediately following the opening of the doors. SHOE POLISH is a Leather Food. It's made of pure solutely free of acids and turpentine. 2 in" I" softens the leather frcm shoes last longer. 2 in i won't stain the clothes or catch the dust No sub- stitute even half as good. It is quick- est and most last- i n g. An Ideal Home S h i. n e AT THE CANADIAN HENLSY rheum-, whereby this Toronto. Out.. July liiiih regatta of th run off t'-'day perfect and ular company of local artists will ap- pear again in that popular play. twenty- pear Hei.lt-y C0.mpa.nj; f" I jH-iml .-pruur nt ll'u- Lyceum at Port r botli from th enough to accoinmodatL- thf cm .pectat-.To rtaiu'ipointj xhe consprmy appears on LM-v; a ripplr '-'t'- wat'-T. j 2 lur .nights and .-monk romnrkably closo finishes ceivt- a liberal patronagL'. W'nil. in thp sec- likr-d have SCL-H this ,.nu heat oi ihe Junior rdghts when pany a i'.'-w play. ih-> nian> Ortawa nosod out the Wyar.dottfS, of another D.'lroit. in a hair raising batt'li- in Dick" inducod Mr. Hi whirl) Ottawa won by a f-'-'nr tu rcnr-idiicv it at popular prictv This, rucv was the" he.-svi-.-st Mr. is a favorite and t backi-d oni> oi tho day. Wyan-j have alv-.-ady seen him in snppnrtt-r.- b-'tting as if tin. was ov-r, the result being that THE JEANNE RUSSELL CO. Tic-arly l-nt their hand's. Jimmy Cosjrnive, of the Argonauts Junior Scull? quit.' handily a -rood' chantv win tin- S'-'.'.ior today from Laing of Vancnu- v-r and Shepherd, oi HarL-iii Boat Club. Xew York. Ottawa won the Junior four- frojii part will go to see him again. ;vti Hi mis also needs no mention ns s -2 2 21 11 7 Summary: '2 bast- hit. Jack Corri- jL'ati. Taylor. :i hit, Base.- '.-11 bulls: Off Ros-vear. 2: off Currie, off 1. Struck out, by Ruievear. 'J; by Currie. 1: by .McXcill: Hit by jiitohed bayy, Ari- Bell. Dun bit? Fly to Waltt-rs i" Taylor. !-'.'ft on bases: Jaw, 2; Miners 9. of, Calgjry.......... 101 000 .1 0 Brandon ........000 000 4 1 Ltfthbridirr 204 310 j' Katterii-s: and Seat-] 1 000 020 j and Stinglr. Uuipirt: Grimes. ant me 1.40. Umphv Shusier. core by The Jeaniif Rnssel wlio bren playing to crowded houst tht- week, retire for a thnt- nisrlits' e-asrajrenifnt at Pincln-r Crt-t-k to allow thf- local company support- iir; Mr, Richard Hinck.- in "Dandy Diok" t-u till rtij enjrasrciuint at the Lyo'-nni tent. Thi.s company that tal- and popular Miss .Russell will reium to Lethbridge for an extend- r-.i i-.igM.irerni-nt. HIT popularity i? iiivreasing daily aiul her hundreds >i' ;ulmin-rs will be glad p. h-ar shr- i-; nnuriiing. The coni- rirc repertfdre of plnys every -one -are up-to- liav.-; Hamilton, who deft-ate-d s for; the preliminary heat. 'DANDY DICK Hincks an Company. Arrangements have with DawsOTi May. manager oi the Ly- is The most popular singer and aoi- in the city. Her pleasing and easy nninner on the stage IIH? endi-ar- ed her to the Lethbridge public and her interpretation of the "Sporting lady'' could not bt.- equaled in the Jargr-r cities on the professional stage. Tlie remainder of the cast remains the same with only one minor char.g" The seats will be opened on Monday morniog at Higinbotham's and judg- insr from the call already made thf-re will be a rush for them. The his Popular 05, 50 and 75c and this should 'be an additional attraction. Don't lur- been made get the date, Monday Aug. 2 and -S in FOOTBALL :S. for footstep on the stairs. If she came not, the .venture- j A some night went un- O. E. Flay Forresers Preparatory to Their Big Game with Cal- edonians On Monday evening the Kotvst-.'rs v.-jll play the Sons of Kiigland a friendly ganit- on rlie squar-. This match is played in order ti> guv the S. 0- E. twim a preliminary canter ;-i their great game with the C-nle- i.io nians on Thursday next which is r-.. decide tlir: chuiupionship of the Lethbridge City League. The S.O.K. will have their strongest team out, and no doubt the Foresters played the Callies to i 2-1 game their last encounter uill give the Knglishmeu a good ...ai... i Ar i Winnipeg 120 000 Edmonton 000 100 Batteries: Miller and Anderson; i Grady and Burridge. I At Medicint Hat UI.'U 100 002 P-egina 200 000 1 Butteries: Whitman, DaviiSson; and Gardner. Second j Eegina Biitu-ries: Dunn Kook'-r and Gar-h: i when the Leitch Colleries was organ-! Sized. It was the original intention! to open the.first mine on -thi? -.propcr- iy but being unable at that time to acquire the surface rights to the i lice Fiats, then a police reserve, and date. The specialties are numerous "Mr. Billy Yul-" fnvor- ire. Sea Us will be un daily dur- Their 200 010 010 010 and Davidson; r. Uinpiiv Duff. As a result of injuries Deceived j while boarding a train, Arthur J. i Ernpfcon, of Milton, Onr.. Ifi, i died at Winnipeg. Price 05 tts. CURES DIARRHtEA, CRAMPS, DYSENTERY, COtlC, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM and all Summer and Bowel Complaints. Ask for Dr. Fowler's and insist to Vetting what you ask for. Refuse Dangerous. The original is manufactured only by THE T. MILBURN CO., Limited Toronto, Ont. Raising the old. brass hand which served for kn- cker. graced by its crowning adventure. He must kiss the band that saved him before he slept, The door opened soft- IT. In the deep shadow of the porch, on tbe Bucbanan troohy winding, windowless i T staircase of the old j '-.-inner- MI tne tity house, it was pitch dark, for the ensuing- year, a ha: He felt a band put in oi silver ware an! his and heard a low j nu.n nm[ Englishmen aiv k: voice saying. j the best ur at l-.-n.-t tnonseigneur." which will tiie From first to last both in speech and in writing. she called him by that title and by none other. "Without a word he followed her, picking his steps, till they reached ho-r room. She led the oi him to the chair by the window. (To Be Continued.) The M most strenuously the season, will be t-.ti tht next- Thursctay'. Knisbeck. PRESS WIN AGAIN The Y. M. C. suffered a reverse last nig-ht at the ball park at the hands oi" th-: Press Club, who were out izr j test batting clothes an..i .uirli: loo-U; work of the Y. _V. C. n- j I'-.-bi able to win i Tate pitched excellent, ball for the winners. Clarke for the losers, was i in equally as good form, but received inferior support. be i The Press now lead the city league I'vlby a good margin .and look )ike pen- nant winners. pverv seat in the house. A CONTEST 5te. Your Palm Read iOc. Past, Present and Future REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY As a matter of advertise- ment MADAME DEL. MAR. The famous palm- ist, will read your palm for the small fee- of .nOc. COME NOW, DON'T OEUV ;i Find out what the future has in store for you. Madame Delmar guaran- tees to reveal every "in- cident of your life, past, present fend future, Office hours, 10 a in. to 9 p.m. Room No., 1, Shepard Block, NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE s one ot H >-en .notable on the Articles liuve. been signed for-; ball field, the most deposited for a fifteen round'ex-' Aleck who for a y. ars j hibuiyn between Jack of Loth-j represented his country, Scotia a i brjdee. anti Xid Howell. This pruni-j in the annual contests with Koglaud.; isej? to tlle interesting The following will be tho. and both ziu-n are out- for Monday's S. 0. E. Fihner goal J-'arris back 5 Wells backs Stephensou h Chiswick (Capt.) Firth Sjnith Cauldwell Holbertoii Barber Joyce A. O. F. are out. to j They are both training nurd j he lovers of the manly art are to get their money's worth. The j has been set for Aug. 11. the j Wellington j njght of the fair, and will take j Whitehead j pi.ice at tne Lyceum Tent inuned-' Turner, ter the regular perl'ornjance. seating arrangements are such win. A.0l.janil Moodie ,.ure 'k'r j tUtt- Wilson i r. win; 1. wins Rudd Doe Bmtholoniew Wallace Goucher that a splendid view will brr obtained i 4 h Th >mpson. Laing, Shirley and Kosai- "i Referee: Mr. Tabrum. Kick-off I sharp. It is worthy of mention the i S. 0. E. have gone through the en- j tire contest ony one change of: team and that' man who plays with them an amateur in the true j of the word and a citizen of! There is considerable talk around town that the Callies are importing j r.-.on for th" big gflmo. on Thursday, but no sportsman boliovos would do it. r Would You Be Interested In Life of Independence W... would be pleased to supply you with the logical answer to the per- tinent question winch we put to you in the caption of Take inoment of your time therefore and write us a post cord foi taU de tailed information regarding- our fruit lands at Okanagan Centre situated in the heart of the famous Okiuiagan. rows produced crops which sold Aside from the fertility of the soil the climate in this district is mild, equable, salubrious. dry and sunshiny every day. Xo cyclones, blizzards or de- stroying frosts. The soil is highly productive. It is the banner fruit growing country of all British Columbia embracing golden opportunities for those who wish to break away from the life of the laro-e farm on the prairies; the clerk or business man who ekes out an existence in the city with no guarantee for the future. After five years the orchard commences producing most pro- fitable crops. An orchard in this vicinity of seven acres with side crops of small fruits between the for the fifth the sixth year and the seventh year. The net profits of an acre of apple trees which have reached maturity (five to seven years) may be Strawberry patches will pro- duce from 200 to 375 crates _to the selling price per crate. Tou can easily figure your profit from a large patch of strawberries which could be grown between the rows of the young orchard. We want to send you our book- let, map and complete informa- tion so that you will be better in- formed on your proposition. property is subdivided into ten farms all of which are under complete svstem of irrigation: they are close to town and have every con- Prices range from per acre up. Terms one quarter ca.h. balance over three years. Address all inquiries to _ The Okanagan Valley Land Company OKANACAN CENTRE, B. C. McKELVIE McGUIRE Exclusive Agents. V ;