Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LcTHBHIOat, ALIA.. TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1909. District News 15 SUNDIAL 1. Sleighing Party 2. Tragedy at Sea 3. Behind the Stage 4. A Love Affair 5. Hunting for Her Better Half O N was a brand Oid Ladv I Mark and Laura Davis I In n pretty sketch en- titiou Hans the Grocery Boy Stevens and Washburn Those Danc-ors Prices lye and 25c Lethbridge Laundry Company New Company Maringt-ment Now Methods new building C are horr to stay We guarantee satisfaction All details vari-fnlly looked after e respectfully solicit your patronage P.O. Bo.x -iTT Terms strictly cash Phone Un 0. S, FAKROvV, Alaiiairer aea you have anything to sell or 10 reu: place this column. If you want anything use this colurau. 25c one insertion '6 insertions for Si 7O RF.NT. Tu Two Miitablr- for lii.'ht hou-sokocpir, pl.v Bux E. D., c-o Herald. An- 145-G SITUATIONS VACANT i good bread baker. 143-0 IFOR KKXT-Small storo. Ford Sr. i JL-tli. Apply to R. Vr! jGibb.ins. Ott lilock, Phoric 222. l-ir.-O j TO house. A ivii- .nbk1 ti'iuitit wanted for old i furnisJutJ bo.irdiri.u: house. bt-d- rooms. Ct-titral locution in town of iHijrh Rivor. F. N, Shpppiml. Hkh jRiwv. 147.4 TO funnshod room M month. 038 Burd.'t: St., Block south of central school. 147-6 Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple ifag." Miss Harriet the more coura- j geous of the was less Inclined than to meet this unknown man and i but for ber promise to her younger I friend have declined point blank to take the risk. "Imogene." she murmured earnestly, "Jt is not too late chance our plams. We still have ten minutes left Why not let me call and tell htm everything? He and Lord Croyland and Mr. You der could meet the man, overpower him get your let- ters back, and nothing would ever come of it" At this sensible suggestion Imogene again exhibited symptoms of hysteria. "Oh, Harriet, darling, quavered, "you've promised me! And you can't refuse when it's nearly time. I'm not going to faint or scream or anything like that I'll be just as brave as not a lion. i maybe, but other kind of aaimal I that isn't so terribly afraid. You needn't be scared. I'll take care of i you, Hattie, dear. Now, do be sensible. I Isn't it time to Miss Harriet looked at the timepiece, j i nodded, sighed and took the other's j I hand. They opened the bedroom door, j peeped out and listened. Nothing could j be heard but the ticking of the hall i clock, the sound of the -wind outside i and a mellow snore 'that oozed from j Mr. Kenwyck's room across the hall. he'd stop it" whispered I Imogene: "it makes one's hair rise up. Don't let go my baud, j breathed Harriet and led the way along the silent upper hall. i Slowly the' two conspirators I tipped down the gloomy stairs, start- ing at a cracking step beneath their feet, fearful of dangers unknown, but menacing, that seemed to lurk at every tnrn. In safety they reached the lower hall at laat, paused, then drew the heavy portieres which masked j to tbe library, i If the hall outside was gloomy, room which they entered wu darker ftilL By a alckly light which flltwed i through the draperiM of tbe wladaw I opposite they could AM the ihadowy i of the deak, the top of lilTer I inksiaad and a ghostly high backed i chair, while in an angle of tbe wall i they descried the metal disk of combination lock on Mr. Stanwyck's i amfe. i They waited in alienee till tbe clock I m the ball behind them boomed out the hour of 3 in solemn, measured i cadence, and as the last echo died away j they heard a cautious tapping on window pane. i "Oh, Lord, gasped Lmo- gene, forgetting grammar and all else, Indeed, except her human terror in the situation, while she clung to Harriet's arm and shook from head to heel. "Don't tremble so, Harriet darling, make we want to scream." her friend admonished. "Don't speak above a whisper now. Leave It to inc. There; I'm not afraid." her nerves to the point of 'meeting a stranger in the dark, was not a womaa to falter in the crucial moment A sense of calm was settling upon her, and. though her heart beat faster was its wont, she was now in posses- sion of her every faculty and could face the danger without a tremor of her voice or hand. "Tou keep the she whispered to Imogene. "Stand where you are and don't speak a single word. Really, dear, thers isn't much danger, after all Yet she smiled, "yon have promised to be a little lion, and the man is only 'Roddy-poddyklns.'" She wondered afterward at this flash iiiin to Ranch v.v.eiv a iivsh takt--n and It-it for Loth-! medical a'-; bn- ecu red. We hope t i ,-Of iiiin wi.-ll again j Mr. William-; of Bowvilk1. i through lu'iv uu hi? way to his ;''iiiption which he aas filed on twvnty-i fvur miles uf Sundial. j Mr. Mandhis Brathannner and! George Lund have returned from! Stavely where they have spent the past two months. j The Oxly round up passed through i here on their way to the Circle ranch Saturday. The Sundial baseball bovs are N N O its boAv te line of DK H. mfimm E: NT Manager jWAXTED-A couple of experienced FKONT 'KOO.M-Suirabi.; for j ditch riders. No others need -mnlv i nv" men. Apply to Mrs. (Apply by letter giving experience tJiKobl- Allam- St. T. M. Evans.-Supi. A. R. J. Co. BOY V Herald j Herald oflice. ___________________TO R MV'i-i-n !St- IUO] cleaver the Dailv Bi-th Aironov. to n-nt on W'od Apply H. Mc- 100-0 Apply ?u 142-0 LOST middle of the grey mare, 4 years Ibs., branded on left monh. competent general servant. weight w w., lcll Ltood wap. washiiTg. Apply to j hip, white star in centre of forehead, -His. rsieale, opp. hnghsh Church. W5-0! wire cut front right foot; reward for return to Gust. Gacobson, Royal1 WAXT-.- Hotd' ix lirst-olass carpenters wanted, at once. None but union men neeu apply. Call at Easton's har- ness shop, Round St., or 418 Bartlett. a very enjoyable time was spent. A practicing up for their ball game on j bountevus dinner was served Evenr- the 1st of July. I one reports a fine time_ I Mr. Evans hjs started to break for BOWVILLE. i s. btevens. Bowville. June Helen V.'.ild j Mrs. H. D. Oliver of Elinor and her met- with an accident Friday after j soa Charles were the guests, oi 0. W. noon while returning from her i Oliver on Sunday, to her She had got in front ofj Mr. and Mrs. House started June S. A. Wyman's when the pony "Washinirion where they have was riding became frightened at the i located on a fruit and vegetable farm. of hnmor, yet It chanced to be stage driven by B. White. The pony! Their many friends wish them made a frantic effort to jurip the j two-wire fence of S. Stevens when! Mesrs. Hitchcock and Oliver ma io it caught its foot in the wires, break-j another sale horses last week, ing the wires and dislodging the rider j They have a number of bionks still in irs fall. By this unie Mr. White Ito dispose of a: reasonable pricrs. had succeeded in quieting the stage] 0- Oliver has just finished build dam on iMud Springs. The Benny n? trace, for the terrified Miss t Imogene was crouched ID the library doorway, striving at once to be the king of beasts and to keep her teeth from chattering. In both efforts, alas, she failed. Miss Eenwyct crossed tbe room, fum-', bled an instant for tbe electric switch, then turned off tbe burglar alarm.' She dared not make a light., lest it be noticed if any one came Into the upper hall- Then, breathing an In ward pray-1 Wvman in restorill2 ex, sbe unlatchea the window, raised >AT. -vr rr- i i the sash and stepped backward to a ajvl- ttuchcock point of vantage beside the desk. At first she saw nothing, but present- ly found herself enveloped for an in- stant in a flash of light from a small builseye lantern and heard a low ex- clamation of surprise from tbe dark- Braiuivvlt succeeded in helping the unconscious Miss Wald to Mr. Wy- man's where Mrs. Hitchcock and water backed is about 71 feet. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Assessment Roll NOTICE is hereby riven that the assessment roll of the City for the" year 1909, has been prepared and is now open for inspection at mv office m 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 camped in Sec. Tp. u 6 R' 17> west of 4th Meridian, there- 14fi ;j: -strayed from my camp two horses: ______________________ One black gelding, branded 04 on rightehoulder, monogram VA on left u breaking outfits shoulder. One dark bay gelding, to start to work at once. Will- pay j branded faint U on right liberal price per acre. Apply to the i nas star un forehead; shod all round. 0. W. Kerr Co.. Lethbridge. UO-0 A reward of each will be civen. for their delivery m Lethb.ridse or delivered in Stirling and parries- 146-12: seneral serv- ant. Apply Mrs. FranlTCoIpnian. c- Good terms. Alberta Realty six yeafa iroai date of homestead entry (including the time reqafjed to earn homestead patent) and cultivate FOR SALE-A new fully modern A- homeeteader who haa house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. j hi? homestead right and cannot oV- South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225.1 tain a pre-emption may take a pur- 121-0 chased homestead in certain districts. _____________________________ i Price per acre. FOR on Smith St sil- ond south of Bompa" St Appl'y on i cultivate 'fifty acres and erect grcmise8-_____________________'I48-6 ja. wort W.W.CORY. ctrr- r Deputy Minigter of tbr> Inter SHACK FOR SALE-12 ft. x 22 ft.. N.B.-Unauthoried two rooms. -Apply Aiax North thn ?nt will not U- Norman St. East of Geo. C.I in. Dainty.