Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LITHMIMI, MONDAY, JUNI 7, (Ml. MOVING .PICTURES. 05- .______ ADVANCED i VAUDEVILLE., 1. Sleighing Party 2. Tragedy at Sea 3. Behisd the Stage 4. A Love Affair 5. Hunting for Her Better Half -SONG- She Was a Grand Old Lady Mark and Laura Davis Iii a very pretty sketch en- titled Huns the Grocery Stevens and Washburn Those Two Dancers Prices I5c and 25c Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C Townsead Brady and Edward Peple His was sad and iow, but Har- rlefa tone was lower still when she answered haltingly: "No; you need uot take it to my bero of tlie plains. No doubt be bas forgot- ten be ever thought of I shall cease to think of him. 'VMiat should a cowboy do with a jLnd will not be ungenerous. To me you have given all these. Take one and keep It for yourself." With a trembling hand she laid a rose upon his lap. but Richard forgot the flower and caught the hand. "You he whispered eagerly, "that 1 might one day take his place; tbat "No, she protested, striving for release; gave a flower, no "No he echoed. "Only tbat when I ask "Don't, sbe faltered. "I must speak! I he cried, swept away by the hour arid _the' chance. "I had hoped to teach you to love me for realize that we do not belong to different lands and 1 am Mr. Renwyck was calling from the doorway, and Richard swore bitterly beneath bis breath. It was outrageous to be Interrupted just tben! "Oh, there you laughed the financier. "Do you know, my dear, your tiara sniraes out in the darkness like a constellation on a moonless night? Come; it's time for little ac- tresses to be in bed." The Texan was given no more chances with Miss Harriet, for the rest of the ladies uow mme out. and his fianl good night sp.-ikon only by a pressure of :i pressure which left him hxw. r'.-.r girl di-J not fall to return it with something more than mere courtesy. Richard watched in silence while she i took the jewels from her hair and throat and breast and handed them to her father, and somehow she seemed i more beautiful still when unadorned, I for to him she was a gem more pre- 1 clous than her weight in glittering dia- i monds. With a heart more buoyant j than his steps he bounded up jthe j stairs, for tomorrow would decide "his I fate. Tomorrow! She had g-ven a i she had not re- j fused when he asked for all. Tomor- j row! ________ I CHAPTER XVII. MR. JACOB R.EXWTCK, dis- missing the new butler who bad waited for his master, after having assured himself that all the other inmates of the house "had retired for the night, carefully placed the family diamonds in his private safe, which stood in a corner of the library, set the burglar alarm 'and weut into his room. For years he bad attended In person to the closing of the house, except upon rare oc- casions when business c-aliwl trout city, at whlca times he left elab- orate Instructions with the trusted and time tried major dome, whose position on account of illness was mg temporarily mied oy tae new man. The alarm once set. not a door or a could be opened without a clamorous uproar from a big gong In upper ball, and might repose in peact and earn its name. Had Mr. Remwyck known, however, that one WoolMy Bills had departed -earlier in ing without consulting his master, haps his nightly prayers might have been put forth In such a spirit of Pharisaic complacency. Therefore for an hour in the wyck home reigned heavy silence, which was broken only by the ticking of the great antique clock in hall or Ita soft melodious chime as It struck the quarter hours. Oujside a night wind sang faintly as it tossed a scud- ding rack of clouds across the. moonlit sky and the ancient elms of Restmore swayed and nodded to its soft When Richard reached his room found himself In no mood for sleep. He laid aside his dress coat, donned a house Jacket, extinguished his and seated himself in moiTls chair before an open window. His thoughts were in a whirl. Tomorrow, which promised to be a busy day for him just how busy even he fortunately did not' would find him disgraced or blessed, according to the manner in which Miss Harriet would accept his confession. That she had already be- gun to suspect his real identity he was morally sure, and no time must be lost in revealing It himself before her doubt was changed to a certainty. In the morning he would make a clean breast of everything to the deception and its righteous his love, which had stooped to subterfuge to win her heart In despair of other means and under the stress of sudden .suggestion. Then he would hasten back to the St. Regis, where he knew 'his dad would seek for him, tell him the whole truth and run the gantlet of parental ire. After that a third confession must fol- Jacob Renwyck. This, he felt, would be harder than the other two, for, since the episode of the foreign draft the manner of bis host, white still polite, had undergone a decided change. A certain coolness, not to say a certain suspicion, had been engen- dered in the mind of the financier. It was unnoticed by the balance of household, yet to Richard far perturbing than an open, honest avowal of dislike. The deep water harbor speculation, too, ran through his tangled thoughts, but the final crash he was powerless to avert. It was probably too late now, him like somt TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS _____ A meeting of the Canadian dele- gates to the Imperial Press confer- ence, elected .J. S. Brierly, Montreal, president. Herman Juhen, formerly of Essex county, Ont., and Miss Dallas Parks, daughter of James'Parks, were mar- ried at Taber. There was pleasuut gathering at the residence of Mrs. MacCalliun at Taber to witness the marriage of her daughter, Miss Florence, to Edwin It. Wildinan, the well known Taber contractor. A number of missionaries and oth- era interested in the red men's wel- fare at the Hobbenia reserve are strongly protesting against the pro- posed Indian celebration at Edmon- ton, during the fair week. Miss Gertie Bock, late of the Fer- nie Hotel stall, had a narrow escape from drowning at Sicamous last week. While stepping into a boat at that place, the craft capsized and Gertie went down twice before ner escort could seize her by her hair. Jn response to an invitation re- ceived by the provincial government from the governor of the state of Washington to send delegates to the conference in the interest of good roads, Sir James Whitney announced tha-t A.. lj. Campbell, deputy minis- ter of public and Andrew Broder, ALP. for Dundas, would be sent to Seattle, to represent On- tario. The property of the Dominion Cop- per Co. was purchased today by the Committee" of the .bond- holders at the public sale held, pur- suant to the decree of the cCFurt. The "Ijncoln Committee" did not bid. Isadoro Bourassa, a farmer and market gardner is under arrest at Sudbury charged with dynamiting the residence of F. F. Lemieux, a barrister. Eighteen men were sent out" with sprinkling cars to light the bush fires on the Shuriiah r.oad in the vicinity of the isolation hospital at Port Arthur. The lire covered several acres and it-was feared that it would destroy the hospital, but the fire- men blocked its progress. The Fraser Lumber Co. in order to facilitate log shipments to tide water is building a seven-mile starrdani guage railway through a portion of its timber limits in the Comox hideous nightmare, ihe end of which he could only know when he wakened to a grimmer reality than he dreamed, Meantime In another wing of Rest- more two fair but frightened young women, who had exchanged their., evening gowns for comfortable loung- ing robes, clung to one another, whis- pering in the dark. As the hands of a tiny bedroom clock slowly crept around toward the hour of 3 they began to realize the rashness Ar their undertak- DESERVES CREDIT Geo. Borland a the man "who pulled out of the river the body of David Gibson dfserves credit in trying to get information to- the police. He was out shooting and noticing some- thing floating a short distance from the side, he waded in and brought it to the land where he left it inune- j dlately and came to try and phone I to Corporal Mason. The phones were uut of order as a result of the i thunder storm so he had to walk I twelve miles into Tuber where he j was able to inform the Corporal all about the incident. Corporal Mason with his constable at once set out in a rig and got the body which was in a good state1 of preservation considering the. length j of time it had been in the water and I took it to Taber. We understand that Mr. Ashcroft i came down Lethbridge to make arrangements about the body, which will be shipped U Lethbridge. OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD Legal Forms School Supplies When You Buy Fruit lands Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you buy tli em to make you a home 12 months in the year and have an income from them? If you do, you surely will buy in the CRE8TON DISTRICT where the train runs eyery day in the year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this for breakfast next to 60 hours nearer than any other.point. NOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Full Particulars write to Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. Lethbridge Laundry Company New Company New Management New Methods Erecting new building We are here to We guarantee satisfaction All details carefully looked after We respectfully solicit your patronage P.O. Box 477 Terms strictly cnsh Phone 145 0. S. FARROW, Manager North Ward Drug make its bow the Public in a few with a complete line of DRUGS arid H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. have to sell to real place i! this coluni. If want aiytbiag MM (bit 25c OK Issertfoi 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT good bread baker. Schweitzer Bros. 143-0 couple of experienced ditch riders. No others need apply. Apply by letter giving experience to T. M. Evans, Supt. A. R. I. Co. BOY deliver the Daily Herald in North Ward. Apply at Herald office. 142-0 the middle of the month, competent general servant. Good washing. Apply to :Mrs. Neale, opp. English Church. 145-0 first-class carpenters wanted, at once. None but union men need apply. Call at Easton's har- ness shop, Round St., or 418 Bartlett, 14C-6 CAN BORROW MONEY The Magrath school district hus been empowered to borrow Waltondale school district, near Macleod. has bwn empowered i'> bor- row I entertainment and instruction, so it j is assurer] that the public whcst-- con i fidencti has nevr-r been beirayed will j c ntinuf to support the energetic or- ginizution whose home is in the West and whose interests are all i here. Non-is Howe will givft their i annual exhibition hen.- tomorrow. MINISTER CAN MARRY HIMSELF Washington, June iscii-jrro- nounced ceremony by Rev. Elmer E. Davidson .former paster The local Christian church when ho married Miss Laura Bunn Clark, daughter of the former mayor of this city, was upheld uxlay by Judge H-nughton of the circuit court. TENDERS WANTED j SEALED TENDERS will bo receiv- i ed by the undersigned until 5 o'clock, I p. iri. Thursday, June 10th, for the I erection of a residence for Mr. J. N. I Ritchie. Plans and specifications on view at. I the Architect's offices in the A. don'ald Block, this city: The loxvest or any tender not s'irily accepted. 147-4 JAMES A. MACDONALD, 147-4 Architect. AT THE EUREKA TONIGHT Another strong bill will be proseiited at the Eureka tonight.. Mark and Laura Davis in a very pretty sketch. entitled "Hans, the Grocery Boy." Laura's, sweet singing and Mark's yodling will be a ran.- treat for all theatregoers. Stevens and Washburn, those two dancers, will be another strong feature. Manager Morris, while in Calgary last week witnessed both acts and speaks very highly of The pictures for tonight are'also a great addition to the program, and this should be another banner week for the Eureka. THE CIRCUS TOMORROW Exciting hippodrome contests will be the big feature of the Norris Rowe circus this season. The con- tests contain an element of danger to the participants and is just the added spice that seasons the finish of the long and varied program of the big show. In the present sou- son's exciting hippodrome races, involving blooded, pedigreed racing stock, elephants, camels, llamas, dromedaries, Shetland pon- ies and monkeys will vie in interest with the reproduction .of the games of ancient Rome. Men and women drive at breakneck speed, trios of race horses attached to chariots. There will be -'Roman standing rac- es, flat races contests of endurance between man and horse, vaulting and hurdle races over high barriers bare-back races, jockey acts rough riding and many feats of expert equestrians will be- shown. Norris Rowe are awarding prir.es of mon- ey and medals as an incentive to re- alistic efforts and this spurs the con- testants to greater endeavor and consequent excitement for the aud- itors. These spectacles are always sat- isfying and Norris Rowo have grown so big and successful that they will allow no other show to exceed them in any portion of their ideal circus 'program. Each season some little show with a high-sound- ing title and but little else to recom- mend them, threaten opposition but Norris Rowe have always giv- en full value and a bit more for the money expended. The Norris Rowe circus provides for amusement CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Assessment Roll NOTICE is hereby, given that the assessment roll of the City for the year 1909, has been prepared and is now open for inspection at my office in, the Fire Hall No. 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on every judicial day_ ex- cept Saturday, and on that day from 10 a.m. to mid-day, and that any rate-payer who desires to object to the assessment of himself or of any other person must within twenty days after the date of this notice lodge his complaint in writing at rr.y office. Dated this 7ih day of June. 1009. GEO. W. ROBINSON. TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'clock, p.m." Wednesday, 9th for _ the erection of a store and office buiWini? for Messrs. E. J. Hill Co. Plans and specifications on view at the Architect's offices in the A. Mac- donald Block, this city. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarilv accepted. JAMES A. MACDONALD. 147-3 Architect. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders are requested for the erec- tion of a 12 room brick' school build- ing at Raymond, Alta., for the Ray- mond School District No. 700. Tenders for plumbing, heating and ventilating not included. All tenders are to be sealed and endorsed and must reach the sec- retary before noon June the 19th, 1909. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. A certified cheque or a bond of must accompany each tender, which will be returned to unsuccess- ful biddor. Plans and specifications may be obtained .from F. B. Roltson, architect, Lethbridge or the Secretary at Ray- mond, Alta. Address GEO-. W. GREEN, 143-10 Sec. Raymond. Alta. STREET SURFACING Bids will be received .by the City of Lethbridge, at the office the City Engineer, until 1 -o'clock noon, June 9th, 1909, for the re-surfacing :-nd grading of certain streets. A certified cheque for the sum of one hundred dollars payable to the Secretary-Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge, "must accompany each as a guarantee that the suc- cessful bidder will enter into a con- tract with the city. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the City Engineer. No bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ARNOLD, Lethbridge, AHa. City Engineer. June 2nd, 1909. H5-6 WANTED v Good girl to help with housework on farm, eight miles from Lethbridge. See Care of Mason Land Co. breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Lethbridge. 110-0 bright, smart girl for confectionery -department. Apply Mgr. Hudson's Bay Co. 145-6 good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Sherlock, 1258 Bom- pas St. M8-3 general serv- ant. Apply Mrs. Frank Colpman, c-o Dufferin Burdett Sts. 148-0 at Cosmopolitan Restaurom, 'Baroness Road. 149-1 TO RF.NT. TO unfurnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Ap- ply Box E. D.; c-o Herald. 145-6 FOR store, Ford St.. beside Fire Hall. Apply to E. V. Gihbons, Ott Block. Phone 222. 145-0 TO house. A reli able tenant wanted for old established furnished boarding house, 13 bed- rooms. Central location in town of High River. F. N. Sheppard, High River. 147-4 SITUATION! WANTED Competent younf wo- man, cooking, aersmg, or any kind of house work by the day. Apply to Miss M. Stedman, Lethbridge F. 0. 1444 situation; ex- perienced, good references. Box L. C. P., c-o Herald. 144-ti sewing by the day- Apply at A. Swennunson, Duff Addi-, tion." POSITION wishes a position as lady help or companion. Box B., Herald Office, 148-2 or general house- work by the day. Apply Box 653, Lethbridge. 148-6 WHY WORRY over your bookkeeping when you can get an expert to do it at reasonable cost. Business strictly confidential. Second hand Yost for sale, nearly new, low figure. All mak- es typewriters repaired. Lethbridge Commercial Institute, 2 Oddfellows Block. 149-6 LOST grey mare, 4 years old, weight Ibs., branded S on left hip, white star in centre of forehead, wire cut front right foot; reward for return to Gust. Gacobson, Roynl Hotel, Taber. Alta. 131-18 TO furnished room, a month. .638 Burdett St., Block south of central-school. 147-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE- FOR St. Ber- nard pups. Apply Westminster Road cor. of Rachel, North Ward. Phone 92. 144-6 FOR for cash, a bug- gy nearly new and one set of single harness. Apply first house north of Chinook Club, Glyn St. 145-6 FOR of Percheron mar- es, 1325 Ibs. atid 1350 Ibs., 5 years old; a Studebaker wagon, broad guage, wide tire, and good harness. complete. Applv to S.E. 1-4 S. 32 -Tp. 8 RET. 22. W. 4th Meridian, or Box P.O. 145-f FOR SALE OR TO boards, shovels, picks, and iron wheel- barrows. Apply at Dufferin Hotel, corner Dufferin and Burdett St. City. 144-6 FOR house, well lo- cated, good patronage. Must be sold at once. Price very reasonable. Ap- ply Box Z., Herald office. 145-6 FOR team of well mated horses, weight 1400 or 1500 Ibs. each, also harness and wagon. Apply Ab- ram Bortash, Box 1660, or John Si. No. 3. 145-6 new glove on May 24th. Owner can have same at Herald Office. 139-9 brown gelding, branded monogram NF on left flank and AN on right shoulder. One bay gelding branded 5 on left ..jaw. Parties finding same please notify George Millar, Burdett, Alta. 144-6 camped in Sec. 29, Tp. 6 R. 17, west of 4th Meridian, there strayed from my camp two horses: .One" black gelding, branded 04 on rightshoulder, monogram VA on left shoulder. One dark bay gelding, branded faint U on right shoulder; has star on forehead; shod all round. A reward of each will be given for their delivery in Lethbjridge or delivered in Stirling and parties will immediately notify W. H. Young, Cowley, Alta. 146-12 April 1st from our camp three miles west of Lethbridpe three geldings: One dark bay, weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs. branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large; one bay'branded P left shoulder weighing about 1450 Ibs; one "light bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for infonria- ation'that will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one of them "Notify Janse Bros., Box Lethbridge. H9-6 watch and chain about four o'clock Monday afternoon in- front of the Dallas Hotel. Owner will receive same by paying expenses. Ap- plv to P. V. Marion, at the Windsor Hotel. horse branded mono- gram WJ on" left hip, left hind foot white, and small white spot on face. Bay mare, branded quarter circle heart on right shoulder and U over over quarter circle over heart, on hip. Left hind foot white, and small white spot on face. Both with halters. Apply to George Firth, Leth-. bridge P. 0. dappled grey mare about 8 years old, branded on right side ot neck, foretop clipped, weight about 1 300 Ibs. Finder please notify -K. JJ-: Lemon, Milk River and receive re- ward. 149'6 LAND FOR SALE FOR Typewriter for sale, in good working order. Typewriters cleaned and repaired. John Barthol- mew, Lethbridge. 149-2 WANTED Excavations to Make Cellars to Dig Yards to Clean All at Lowest Prices t Apply to Box 13 Herald Office 149-3 Secretarv-Troasu rer. ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada 5HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paki-np Reserve and Undivided Profits............ Account of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Draftt Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department UtHbrtige Branch- Block, Redpath St. FOR horse, 5 years old, broke gentle, pood huggy horse, particulars apply 710 Bompas St., City. 149-2 FOR clas milch cow lor Apply Rollins Wilkes, Real Estate Office, Shepard Block. 149-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR rack, settee, bed- room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- nook Club, corner Glyn and Dufferin Sts. 138-0 OXEN team of young oxen and well broken. Apply on afternoons to R. L. King at the Taylor Mill. WANTED TO second hand buggy. State price and where can be seen to A. M., Box 512, City. 147-6 WANTED TO to ten acres close in. What have you got to sell. Give price and full particulars to P. ftox 322. W3-6 FOR shares Saskntcho- vran-AIberia Collieries, Limited. Ap- ply by letter to Box C., Herald. 149-0 FOR sections and a hall of smooth prairie land, all plowable with steam plow; close to water; soil is a good rich loam; will sell all or any of it to suit purchaser. Lqcate4 close to good market and railway. A bargain at the prke and terms asked. Call or write for particulars. The .D. E. Hunter Realty Co., Lethbndge, Alta. rent 5 to S acres 01 choice garden land, partly in .fruit, double fated and securely fenced, at half price if taken at once. Apply to owner, second house north of lair rounds, R. J- Moffat. FOR farm lands, in good locality, close to-elevators. For PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR residential pro- perty. rent? 835 per month. Price j Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115-OJ FOE new fully modern j house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. i South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. i 121-0 i FOR QUICK 7 room j iunv house, facing east on Westmin- stcr Road, north of London St.. on terms. Apply to T. S. His- cox on promises. 144-6 FOR on Smith St., sec- i ond south of Bompas St. Apply on j premises. 148-61 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quartar-aeetioo of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or The applicant must appear in at the Dominion Lands Agency o? Sub- Agency for the district, lofy kf proxy may be made at any ler of intending bomeiteader. months' residanM and cultivation of the land in >atb of three years. A homeateader may live within nine miles of nil stead on a farm of at leMt 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother. daughUt. brother or sister. In certain a homestcaoti in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside stead. Price per acre. DuttM. -Must reside six in eMB of six years from date of entry (including the leqaind tc earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has extUMMfetf bis homestead right and cannot ot tain a pre-emption may take pur- chased horneatead in certain diitmfta. Price per acre. reside six months in of years, cultivate fifty awl efttt a house worth W.W-OOIY. Deputy Minister of tbc Infer ,r. d thn adTertiserr rnt will not V for.