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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909. PAGE FIVf r MOVING PICTURE: ADVANCED -i VAUDEVILLE., 1. Test of Friendship 2. Chase for a Husband 3. Heavy Weights Race -S O N "In dear old Sunmier- Sweet" Elaine." The Celebrated Gladstone Children Singing and Acrobatic Dancers Nelson The Man with the Bounc- ing Hats. Comedy Novelty SPORTS (ADDITIONAL; Richard Brazen. By CYRUS TOWNStMD BRADY. Author of "Toe of Ktc., A w D EDWARD rEFLE. Author of "A Brokta Vta. Mofft, Tart Company. clean breast of It would" to Involre them also, and even though It would clear biro personally he could not en- tertain tht thought for a single Instant Tet whtn Sergeant Flint the detec- tive, put forth hia hand the blood of tht Texan seethed into action. There was no of angtr. no move- ment to resist the law. but La hia cold gray eyt there came a warning gilnt which was further backed by a calm, dispassionate "Don't do that, sonny." said In words that carried conrlction. "There'll no trouble. But hands oftT Once more be turned quietly to his host "Now. Mr. Renwyek. kindly explain your charge." "It la scarcely necessary." answered that gentleman In undisguised con- tempt, "but if you wish to further unmasked before this company I no objection. I assure you. You en- tered my house under false pretenses and with an assumed name. By your I own confession you have abused, our trust and hospitality. I find you in my library at 3 o'clock in the morn- Ing, fully dressed, while the window is wide open and the burglar alarm switched off. Can you account for this extraordinary proceeding on the part of a guest in a gentleman's "I c-au." be answered calmly. Har- riet made aa involuntary movement at this, but Richard, whose eyes never lost sight pf her. In spite of all that oc- curred, checked her with a motion of his band. "As I told you. I had come downstairs for a book. The night was warm, and through the window came a. very grateful breeze. If I wished to open a window, why should I alarm the entire household with a furious clatter from a big brass There were murmurs of approval from several persons among the com- pany, especially the ladies, but this only made Mr. Renwyck more firm In bis Just convictions. "Nonsense." he cried, "utter bosh! Do you mean to ttll me tbat you will In you certainly will bare you opened tbat library window merely to let In waa no otbar reason." tbe Texas 'answered Imperturbably. Mr. Renwyck tried tack, "Was tbere any other man witb you in library last was." Inogtne gasped, and Harriet put an aim around htr sooth "Har erted the financier triumphant- ly. "Perbapa you will turn state's Well, who was this other smiled Richard. "I remem- ber you perfectly on account of your costume, which In the extreme." Uncle Michael broke Into a jovja! roar, while a snigger of amusement rippled among the other listeners. The culprit had scored a point, but It only served to put Mr. Renwyck in a warm- LADIES' DAY is Ladies' Day at the Bd.sebull Park. The ladies of Lethbridge are all invited- to attend the game tonight be- tween LethbrJdjw and Regina free of charge. Home Run Kelly Given a Check When he stepped to the plate last Kelly, who knocked out er rage. tie cried, "do yoar duty! 1 accuse this a Miss Harriet stepped forward, a crimson spot plowing on either cheek. but Iiuojiene held tljrhtly to her airtn and dnijispd her back. Mr. Van der Awf was in :i xvbica bordered on despair. He also had been watching i Imogene and Harriet, and he saw that-1 tney were far more interested in the proceedings of the case than their si- i lence warranted. Three times Miss Harriet had started forward, bat her j whimpering friend bad always detain- j edher, once going so far as to stop an i whQ a exclamation with, a pretty hand a prettier mouth. What was it Miss i home run the m-ht before' Renwyck seemed so eager to tell which j Same- was- Pleated with a Miss Chlttendou seemed equally de- cheque for over forty dollars which termined- to withhold J been made up among the fans. At Mr. Renwyck's order to the de- j A. R. ilcGuire made the presenta- tectives great excitement filled the room. Sergeant Flint and his subor- dinate closed upon the Texan, and for a moment it seemed that trouble was inevitable. i said Richard. The tone waa j incisive, and somehow the wondering company gave obedience. "Mr. Ren- he went on quietly, j called me a thief before many wit- nesses, Yoa will be required to an- I swer for this to me! As to the manner j of tbat answer you know enough of men from I This time Harriet broke away from Miss Imogene. whitening to the lips and stretching out her hand to the group beneath her. she cried. "Then you "I am." smiled Richard, "and don't yon say a wocd. We'll get out of this 'mill' too." Miss Renwyck sank back against the tion. Johnny Mackin Coming Back balustrade, trembling from head to foot while her color came and went, as she stared in silence at the cowboy j of her dreams. la her heart she had known it from the first, yet now she recognized the fact that she loved pseudo Englishman even If he had not turned out to be her hero of the plains. How splendid he looked as he faced the company, striving to shield two helpless girls by taking the blame of the robbery upon himself! For her sake be was being branded, as a thief, but this thing should not be! she whispered, "I must tell. I must, 1 But Imogene clung to her appeal- Ingly. "Oh, she pleaded. "Corne- lius will be so angry at me. Look at him glowering now! Just wait a lit- tle while. I shall of shame. Please, Harriet bit her Up. It was too late now, anyway, for her lover was speak- ing again, and she did not wish to miss a wort. he was saying, "Mr. Renwyck has accused me of a crime. Perbapc he Jwttned In connecting me with tbe leu of bit rateable prop- erty; but, on otfctr I appeal to an level thinking IBM. Hia rrHoct is purely "Can you prove your tht financier. "Uftfortuateiy. no, not am I to do so by ef ntornod tbe qtletly. "But I can wold at stroag a chain arona4 aay member of tbss booaobold whom you choose to aelstt." retorted Mr. Roawyek an- grily. "Make tbe choice yooraelf. Go OSL" "Very laughed Bichaid, "I wilL Mr. Renwyck. I you I" stormed the start- "Johnny" Mackin, the popular -f-. idol of the baseball fans of 4- two years ago, has accepted 4- terms with the Miners and will be here to play on Monday, 4- and possibly for Saturday. 4- Johnny is one of the best sec- 4- ond basemen in the business, 4- and he is no slouch with the 4- stick. He plays ball all the 4- time and is a gentleman on 4- the field. He will do much to 4- strengthen the Miners where 4- they have been weakest. 4- BEAT CANADIAN LADY Philadelphia, June Louise Hammond, of New York, the Metro- politan champion, defeated Miss Lois Moycs, of Toronto, the Canadian champion, by in the semi final round of the singles today, in the Women's National Championship Lawn Tennis tournament at adelphia Cricket Club. This is the day of Investigation, and let us prove to you that Get in line PhimKincr and Hot Water Heating Installed by us is up-to-date and perfect in materials and workmanship. iam Head Co, ltd. Calgary and Lethbridge Dufferin Street Phone 299 Oil Stoves 1 Burner 9Bc 2 Burners Burners We Have the Stock Ing back ID genuine aatooiatmeBt. Headquarters for Workmen's Roadmen's Miners' and Men's Fine Shoes f, GERMAN, Tie Sbttmin Beside Bentley's Hayr Bros. Phone 75 P. 0. Box H CARDSTON NOTES Auction Sale Make your entries now for the Auction Sale on Saturday at FURMAN BONNELL'S Livery Barn. W. L. WILSON Auctioneer Phone 189 Cardston, June Mosher, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota, is looking up land in this district: He will return in August. K. R. Sloan, jr., who attended the il.l.A. conference at Salt Lake City, on the 2nd inst., returned home Mon- day. Dr. J. M. Tanner and wii'e were passengers from the south on Mon- day's train. The doctor has a splen- did ranch just east of Carciston and has succeeded in raising 'bumper crops of winter wheat. The crop looks well this season. Mrs. Zina Y. Card and son. Rega, are visiting friends and relatives in Cardston. Mrs. Card and her hus- band, the late Charles 0. Card, Esq., were among the first settlers at Cardston, having come 22 years ago. For the past four years Mrs. Card has resided in Utah and has been matron in the L.D.S. Univer- sity at Salt Lake City. Today a lively runaway on Daines street was stopped 'by Mr. Bates. He rode along-side of the team and grasped the lines bringing the horses to a stop in a fevr seconds. G-us Austin has gone to Wyoming to look up a mine in which his fa- ther is interested. It is reported that a good body of ore has been struck. TENDERS FOR SCyOOL BUILDING TENDERS are invited for the erec- tion of an addition to.the Claresholm School to be sent in on or before 12 o'clock noon, Saturday the 26th inst. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. A 5 per cent, marked cheque to be delivered with the ten- der. Plans and specifications may Daily Herald Market Place vwefi yoa anything to sell or to rent place it iff this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c doe iutertioo 6 for II SITUATIONS VACANT breaking outfits to start to vrork at ca.ce. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. UO-0 first class waitresses wanted at once, at the Model Union Restaurant. 150-0' male stenograph- er wanted at once. Box 0., Herald Office. 154.0 once, a first class bar- ber. No other need apply. Wages a week, 60 over 30. Address all communications M. M. Steele, Pincher Creek, Alta. 160-6 GIRL light house- work. Apply Mrs. J. P. Hall, 109 Smith St. 160-6 COAL LUMP COAL a ton delivered or a ton at mine STEAM PIOUGH COAL 75c a ton at mine All Coal sold C. O.D Adiress postcard to Dupen Co. ROYAL CITY MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOE a bargain, 25 head of horses and mules at stock yards east of city. Mark McMahon, Coaldale Hotel.. 163-a and A few more sheep shearers wanted at Chin Siding. Will com- 1 FOE x ,3 VJ mence June 25. M. Simpsen, Goal- 1 complete outfit, Write C. West- dale, Alta. 161-4 ley> Herald dh FOR SALE Cheap; high grade bicy- cle, cushion frame, roller chain. coaster brake and adjustable handles. Apply L. O. Harahorne, Can. Bank Commerce. WANTED AT dining room girl. Apply at Hotel Windsor. 163-0 first class blouse and skirt ironers. Inexperienced persons need not apply. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 163-0 competent general serv- ant for a family 01 three. Apply 412 Bartlett St. 164-6 WANTED acres of laud before July 15. Land located 2 1-2 miles east of Lethbridge. Apply W. Gamble, Westminster Eoad. 164-6 SITUATIONS WAITED as book-keeper by experienced young woman who can give references. Address 629 Round St., Lethbridge, Alta. 163-5 by young man with practical experience" in book- keeping and stenography. Address Karl Kamerer, gen. delivery. 164-1 TO RKNT. FURNISHED OFFICE FOR In Shepard per month. Unfurnished Apply J. B. Kelsey Shepard Block, opposite Lyceum. 60-6 TO nice new unfurnish- LOST Granum, Alta., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, no brands, weight about both shod, had halters on. One light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose and white .hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward, master, Grauum, Alta. Notify 'post- 154-0 Royal Collieries, 1 bay gelding, branded lazy LD on left shoulder, white hocks, last seen be- tween Chin and Coaldale. reward for return of same to Stacey's Lum- ber Yard. 163-6 into niy pasture, 1 yearling gelding, dark sorrel, branded V on thigh. Owner please prove pro- perty, pay expenses and take away. James 'McNulty, N.E. 1-4 Sec 30 Tp 10, R. 22. Lethbridge P. O. 163-6 from pasture 3 miles south of Warner about June I, 1909, one blue one light red cow, two red heifers, 2 years old All dehorned. Branded P on left hip. F. ,W. Phillips, Warner. Alta. 159-6 STRAYEBr-June 14th, two horses ed front rooms. Apply to H. R. Bry-1 strayed from our barn. 1 black horse ant, corner Cutbill and London Rd. 159-6 UNFURNISHED let. One minute from Postoffice. Apply 109 Smith St. 160-6 be seen on application to Mr. G-. Simp son, postmaster, Claresholm, or Ro- land W. Lines, Architect, Edmonton Sealed tenders to be sent to H. W. BROWNLEE, Sec., 157-8 Claresholm When You Buy Fruit Lands Why not buy them where there is the most money to be made off them If you do, Creston District it the place. Our land is just as not need irrigation, climate can't be beat, and we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer the market. Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District it the place to buy fruit lands We have acres in one tract and we are sub-dividing it into ten-acre blocks, and our price is per acre, one- fifth down, one, two, three and four years for the balance, with interest at The 0. P. R. runs through this land. Canyon City lumber Company, Ltd, Creston, B'.C. LYCEUM The FAMILY Theatre DAWSON MAY..............................Manager ALL THIS WEEK Beardsley Sisters Dainty Duetists Ansel and Dorian European Novelty Act. Frank CAMPBELLS Jennie Black Face Comedy Sketch. "School Davs." LATEST MOVING PICTURES IMPROVED SERVICE ONLY THE BEST PRICE 25c. ALL OVER THE HOUSE FOR Bartlett Street, jet-ween Dufferin and Bompas, per month, immediate occupancy. 8 roomed all modern house, read'y August 1st, per month. 10 roomed house, all modern, seven bedrooms, Coutts St., per month. Apply Skeith Tilley, Odd- about 7 years old, white bind legs, white face, brand on right front shoulder 7 O. One light bay horse, right hind foot, white face, about 7 years old, brand on left shoulder horizontal D. .Owner can have possession by paying charges. Peck Bros., Palace Livery. fellows Block. Phone 197. 161-0 FOR close in. In bus- iness section. Apply Box R., Herald. 163-6 ON 6TH roomed house, Red- path, street, close in, Apply A. G. Virtue, office Simmons Shep- herd. 163-6 NEWLY FURNISHJED rent in modern house. 1102 Ford St. 164-6 TO furnished bedrooms, and per month. Apply A. E. fffjTnTn 1st new east- of Crabb St. on London Road. 164-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR sev.- fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr.. South Alta. Lumber Go., Phone 225. 121-0 FOE building 25 x 60 (with cellar) in progressive Alberta town where general store is badly needed. Price cash., bal- ance to suit customer, at 8 per cent. Address B. A. R. Miller. P.O. Box 391, citv. 160-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by -Wrn. Evans, secretary of the Magrath School, until 12 odock, noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building at Magrath, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the Secretary, Magrath, or from the undersigned at Leth- bridge, Room 9, Whitney Block. 153-25 F. B. EOCF80N, Architect, Notice You can buy the best Imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS "And eajoy a smoke, and at the fame time enjoy a game of BILLIARDS OR POOL UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Olirer Block FOR SALE OR house, seven apartments. Apply 621, Round St. 16-1-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lcthbrdge Branch CoaHale Block, Redpath St. WHAT IS THE putting away things that you can't use c? wear such as cast'off clothing, etc. I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. The Alberta Second Hand Store, Red- path St. Box 630. 150-26 IF YOU WANT A LAWN See A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence man. 160-26 FOR eight year old horse, broken to harness and saddle. Also a buggy almost new and a set CITY OF LETHBRIOGE HEALTH DEPARTMENT Persons depositing ashes, tin cans or refuse of any description in -any coulee or place other than the City Nuisance Ground will be prosecuted. No carcases of any description shall be hauled away without first notify- ing the undersigned, when full in- structions will be given as to the manner of disposing of same. Persons having privies requiring to to be cleansed are also requested to notify the undersigned who will, ar- range for the work to be done, dispatch. DATED this ISth day of June' 1909. J. T. J. VALLANOE, 159-6 Sanitary Inspector. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS a family, or any male orer 18 old, may homestead a quarter-necWoa of available Dominion land in toba, Saskatchewan or Albcita. applicant must appear in pwtou M of single harness. Also one team work horses, weight about Ibs. Apply brother or siater. W. A. Moore, cor. Westminster Road i jjj certain diatri and Ford St. 159-6' the Dominion Lands Agency or Agency for the diitriet. JUtoy bf proxy may be made at any ftffeMf ter of intending homesteader. Six months' and cultivation of the laud IB ektk of three years. A may live within nine of hit heat. stead on a farm of at SO aftw solely owned and occupied by him ot by his father, mother, MB, daughter, districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hia home- FOR SALE-Hart Parr Enaine. with Price per acre. Dutfct. magneto run three weeks. tea-1 -Must reside six in for selline 82 500.00. Also six years from date of homestead Cockdhutt plow." Address A.B.C.. (including the time required to Herald 162-6 earn homestead patent) and cultivate "__'__'___________________________. .fifty acres extra. i A homesteader who has exhausted TO small' hi? homestead right and cannot ob- second tain a pre-emption may take a pui b- in condition. G. B Wei- chased homestead in certain lor. Ciiv. 163-6 .Price per acre. reside sis months in each oi three years, cultivate fifty acres and BOARD AND ROOM house worth _________; Vv.W.COSY. Deputy Minister oi the Interior. publication ol advertisement will not b DOARD kit KOOM-In a Mtn. etc., at 4 ;