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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C. Townsend Brady and Edward Peple (TO BE CONTINUED.) "Come, come; we'd totter fit tun foollu' over an' take aloBf guid the detectire serfeant "And be was going to teaeb aboot English aristocracy 1" sniffed Schermerly scornfully, tnpprwslng with difficulty a hysterical "Where is the real Lord Croyland. I want to asked Mr. Parker. taking advantage of the general dis- turbance to find voice again. Tbe old speculator was so handi- capped by anger at the Impudent as- surance of the real culprit that co- herent utterance was out of the ques- tion. He gagged and spluttered In a manner, with Irritating grin. "KiGtjk yfe may be Interested to kmrw, jMtv, that the man has a cast in Tbe effect of thto lot ptefcsMsn was IliM m a wall of anguish that she had to U assisted upstairs, where of a most pronounced character set In. young friend In charge of the maids and hastened down again, though on the upper landing she was stopped by Mr. Van der Awe, who was stc 10 followed bis loved one as faf with reasonable propriety. "Ob. heavenl" he moaned In moat It tbe most incriminating mariner, which! rolce. gare a certain color to Richard's other, meaning of It alir _ wise unthinkable charge. Beyond "No time now" breathed Hanjet doubt a stormy scene would fol- past him. "Do-'t be ,11 lowed had not Mr. Corrlgaa at last! That Brother Michael bad got tbe better of him was gall and wormwood to Mr. Benwyck's pride. He was furl- forward to take a hand. "Steady. he cautioned, while Mrs, Benwyek. appaUed at term! with himself and after strain of hearing hoahansl; with tht ttrrlWe affair, accusedof stealing, burst suddenly into! in he nwh.4 tears, requiring tbe combined mlnlatra- inother Umtfcr. tion. oTiis. Schermerly and the thre. ht crlefl. girls. "Jake" declined poaitlTely t.' Jour Michael, but only la part, be steady, so the little lawy.r Tou caught the man OB the ontiife, termined to bring matters' to a close. but 1 hart the accomplice tbe la- "Look he shouted, "It aeem.' The accomplice to Just ai cclpa- all of yon have had your share of talk-' We actual thief. He frowned J ___ __ -_J ing. I want to do some of It He turned to the company. District News WINNIFRED NEWS P. .J. Do Marco, townsite man from Winnifred, was u calk-r at The Ker- nld ofl'co Friday. .Mr. Fisher and son arc owning a large general store in town. Mr. Ager opt-ned up a lumber and implement yard recently. .Give him a call he will use you right. There is tx good opening for a. butchor shop in Winnifred. Mr. .Tones, from Saskatchewan, will sink a coal shaft here shortly. Sixty-three carloads of settlers' ef- fects have arrived here so far this spring. Crops are lookinrr fine around here. The moisture is helping them great- ly. Thos. Hickmorc has entered the employ of P. -I. Le Marco, taking: the place of Kay William. SUNDIAL MOVING IpiCtURES. 09- ADVANCEp VAUDEVILLE 1. MofUna Girl 2. Tnckcd iitt Giving His Consent 3. Kitefcei Mali's Wieu the Wkipoonrill Mirjwrite Arnold B. Wurncll ._ J. 11C OCKl D'incer 1U4 The Barrel Jumper CONTINUOUS PERFOBMASCE CHICAGO MURDER SUSPECT UN DER HIS DAILY GRILLING Richard and This man switched off F. Kanutson has arrived from Min- nesota with two cars of .sutlers' ef- fects and moved onto his homestead. Mr. Kanutson is well known to many of our citizens. We take pleasure in offering him a front seat. We regret to learn that some one, to the harmful interests of our July 1st celebration, has circulated the re- port that Mr. Conner has formulated in crime and wwmbout to gathering, when to the extreme con- UJLO fc this young gentle-' cow up his tracks when I chanced to .trary. he has spent several days pre- innocent, though I' heard a noise and came down- j parjng- his place for securing: the peo- take his side and declare his of theft As for man, be Is equally must admit that he bag taking "tairs. 1 caught him in tje very act, ple aiid w-th no hope of rcmunera- Uncle Michael paused to .smile In tell you. and the law take its thc it j preciatlon of his own humor and con.' course. Here, .f tinued, "As for me, I haven't the least to whSS' uoon" his accuser i our country can boast of a profes-1 doubt that any of you hot headed pee- now to th.' I sional liar'or whether his mind and pie would me in lail at once ror u i _, j- u the simple reason that I have those' Ailing waen dwP i Conscience has become so -dreadiully diamonds in my pocket" j boomed upon tbtra the roar of a jammed. warped and twisted that he cried a dozen people in a breath. i he laughed. "Here they He pulled several jewel case, from' toward tbe.peaker and beary gun: .N ]K unable to see or know the truth, L "Who calli my i hut ;in either case a panacea is much With on. accord company tunwd and isc vhe Wllowing Daily Herald Market Place have anything to wll or to rent place it column. If you wait aiytbivr use this column 25e insertion i insertions for SITUATIONS VACANT first class waitresses wanted at once, at the Model Union Restaurant. male stenograph- er wanted at once. Box 0.. Herald Office. 154-0 WANTED AT dining room girl. Apply at Hotel Windsor. 163-0 WANTED acres of land beiore July 15. Land located 2 1-2 luiJes east of Lethbridge. Apply W. Gamble, Westminster Road. 164-6! COAL LUMP COAL a ten delivered or a ton at mine STEAM Plouon COAL 75c a ton at mine All Coal sold C. O.D Frank Waddimjton, Agent Phone 261 j ROYAL CITY first class blouse and skirt ironers. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Company. 164-0 general servant. Apply to Mrs. G. L. Eraser, 327 Ashmead St. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR 1-2 x 3 1-2 camera and complete outfit, Write C. West- ley, c-o Herald office. dh M. RUMELY CO. will deliver from now, on, the Alberta boiler oa their 'traction engine. Don't buy a boiler x-mc-p. t bookkeeper. Also bell- (that doesn't come up t0 the boiler in- boy. Apply to Lethbridge Hotel. 6o-3 seclion act office fli" a case of sufhcient importance to im- to lift you into to expliin ivw points that have iidvanc.-d by the detectives in I latest hourly reports. v This photograph was taken while Lif. i ir- was being questioned by Capt. in regard to another wo- is call- j man, it was believed at the official j figured in the possible murder. cook to accompany a jjp0R or Woman, my party of 4. or 5 persons for two African Veteran Bounty Land j at Lakes, starting July 19, jCertificate issued by the Department of ,09. Apply Box J., Herald. interior, Ottawa; good for 320 I---------------------------------------------------i acres of any Dominion Land open for SITUATIONS WANTED j entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or i Manitoba. Any person over IS years, n man or woman, can acquire this land i as book-keeper this certificate. For immediate by experienced young woman who can j saie> Write or wire, L. E. give references. Address 629 Round Telford 131 Shuter Street Toronto I St., Lethbridge, Alta. 163-5 j Ontario 165--76 _--------------------------------------r- i FIRST CLASS SALES IFOR acres of brome grass for engagement 12th July, long ex- At Stafford Village. Can be j perience in fancy goods, drapery, any time. Apply to Matthew Lo- or would take exhibition engagement 'gan, Stafford Village. 167-6 for Se_attle exhibition, as had former exhibition experience. Apply No. A., Herald office. mediately proceed of broader vision, you had hs sighed, "I'm glad to and "if you'had followed my advice la you all right, my boy. but you're given the beginning yon wouldn't nave laid j your poor old" dad a heap of worry, yourself wide open to this awkward' Now. all this mess libel case." i greeting between father and son For a moment there was silence, tt I was brief, because tbe bombshell was difficult to say who was the latlon of the son's identity brought Renwyck, who saw another powerful actor to tbe fore. To loan of fourteen hundred dollars for building equipping the house and erecting the necessary outbuildings. Our people should remember that if at once what a blander he had made; Harriet it bad come as a tingling rt- best have your head tapped to see ii there is really anything in it. The secretary-treasurer of our school district has posted notices of {they consider such a loan in excess 01 the trustees intention of securing a I requirements they must file their re- monstrance within I'M'; con days fol- lowing the date of the F. Dean has given two acres upon which to erect the school, it. beins: as Miss Harriet who knew that the dia- j lief, for in a flash she understood why mend's had been taken by Mr. Fits-1 Richard had concealed his name, and j george's pal and who wondered she found herself smiling happily in her Uncle Michael had got them, and I answer to his father's courteous bow. i Imogene, who was confident that hen but to Jacob Renwyck the effect was j secret would uow be disclosed to every u one. or ftiebard. who ha_d locked up poor, innocent Woolsey Bills for a theft which evidently he had- not com- mitted. So his ecclesiastical valet bad told the truth, after all! Consternation, reigned, and everybody began to tallc at once, but Mr. Corrigan raised bis hand for silence and continued bis most effective address. "You are no doubt be laughed, "how I happened to come by this valuable property, and I, in spite of our brazen young friend's sugges- tion, hasten to assure you that I got it honestly. My worthy brother-in-law, who never would listen to any one far more serious, inasmuch as he seemed to be the target at which this particular shell was aimed- -In speech- Was Troubled With Weak Back For Years, Could Not Perform Dntiet. Attended Without that our petitions came in too late for them to place us in a working1 condition this year and that our petition been placed on file to be acted upon later. Dr. Woodcock is a very good Samaritan when it comes to relieving the suffering. Recently when return- ing from a trip several miles north he was passin open well when he months' old colt that ____, first class hens. Ap- 2nd shack east of Dainty's Nor- iiuan St., Mr. Niven, North Ward._67-l TO RENT- FOR close in. In bus- iness section. Apply Box R., Herald. 163-6 ON 6TH roomed house, Red- UOST monthly time-book, be- tween five and six o'clock, Saturday evening. Books marked Bachelor, Marshall Skarin. Finder return to i I OC, J. LWUH4-4J. "V path, street, close in, Apply -Herald office, or 515 Glyn St. Be- A. G. Virtue, office Simmons Shep- _ _ herd. 163-6 NEWLY FURNISHED rent in modern house, 1102 Ford St. 164-6 TO furnished bedrooms, and per month. Apply A. E. ward given. Jaines D. DowdelL 167-6 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 wfeue hind food. One dark bay, .one white hind Hanim, 1st new cottage east of Crabb I foot.- Suitable reward. Notify post- Ct .i-n T 1RA-A Al4.rt .1 K.A St. on London master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 near the centre of the district as was espied a two BENT-Fumished room in modern I STRAYED-From Royal Collieries, 1 possible to uvl u> nn pun- na-a lauen in. ana Durt.i> iu 11 ,.A ,___ __, _r i--., i n loft [lie highway. Several of "3 owe Mr.. 'Dean an apology. Be voted against ;the forming- of tho district because he thought wo were too forward, but by dorrniing the grounds h-as proven to differ from oth- I house. Apply 1st house west of base- bay gelding, branded lazy LD om left grounds, Brunton St. Riverview. 165-6 less rage he glared at his former col- j Mrt. Arch. Black Poia.4, H.B., j that, it is possibk league, glared also at the son and "Foi; I WM troubled withers and yet be honest. finally glared mere fiercely still at Michael Corrigan. advanced, with a smile of greeting, to the visitor. "Hello. BUI! How are he be- gan cordially as be shook the mighty fist. "Hello. was tbe return greet- ing. "Where's the tarantula that calls my boy a thief V" He did not await an answer, but turned instinctively toward bis enemy, and for an instant the two fearless weak back. Oftentimes I hare in bed j The rocent rains for days, being scarcely to turn my- j honanxa to the farmers keep its head above water, sunnmining aid or delaying to ponder upon ways of deliverance lie proceed- i .____________._ _------------------------ ed to unhitch and arrange his har- FURNISHED let- in mod- ness into a hook, and lifeline, ern house on Ashmead St. Phone 380. i and with these instruments securely in place he away until the prcspirntion from his heated iFOR shop in Qf winnifred( where have proven u in'the tllc 'ivc11 to and self, aod also gnat -n crop grou'Ul was to llUld "lho littlc colt weeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. trying to pertorin my household duties. I had dootoni attending me -with- oat avail and tried liniments I GUC nothing seemed to do me any good. I was about to give up in despair when my good condition for Isafetv. have been for sale the last two eeks. Will be vacated 18th of July, have not learned who wh0 rents tools. 1st ._ i indebted to him for the kindness. j come, 1st choice. Winniired, Alta P. J. De Marce, 166-26 is severely ill in'0' B- Bowman Agency. T. tonally j nim uow Richard might bave used his information in thy. harbor deal. "1 do. you villain, nnd I include you In the charge! You sent your son to spy upon me. to steal my piaas by a mis- erable, underhand fraud! "Jacob. wailed Ren- wyck. "Be careful what you say. Uiscie Michael. my work. I am poai- tive "Doan's Kidney are all that you claim for them, and I would adviae all fair trial" purely Tege- pennanent iffecta, A medicine that will" absolutely cure Back- ache and ail forms of Kidney and Bladder Disease. A. medicine that strengthens the fcidneyi ro-.-ei so that they are to extract the poisonous uric acid.from the blood aod pre- the chief cause of Rheumatism. Price -50 cents per boxt or 3 for ail dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Liniitad, Toronto, Oat. In ordering specify tr the soil in ;ain. Several ;tre-prepar- ing to seed fall wheat. This year's J -j failure seems not to have diminished! Prof. Mills, ..f Dominion rail- i TO RENT-4 roomed cottage. Apply confidence. Thc excellent iri'owth. of: way commission, i3 IAI trrass will make it oasv 10 an j the hospital at Ouelfh. suffering a abundance of hay. which many were j relapse from ;ni operation performed obliged to do without last spring. about six weeks ago. As several are makinz inquiries as to the fate of our petition for a small local improvement district, T will sav that "Mr. Tlose. who witnoss- PROPERTY FOR SALE ed the petition shortly afterwards. from PUBLIC NOTICE THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA i St. Why not buy them where there is the most money to be made off them It' you do. is the place. Our land is jnst as not ueed irrigation, can't be and we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer tbe market. Isn't that evidence enoiigb. that Creston District is the place to buy fruit lands We have 8.700 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 C. P. R. runs through this land. Canyon City lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. Just a rew FOR new hilly modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 shoulder, white hocks, last seen be- tween Chin, and Coaldale. reward for return of same to Stacey's Lum- ber Yard. 1634 into my 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. 0. 163-6 cover separate _ leaf electric data size approximate- ly 5 in by 6 in. Finder please re- turn to A. Reid, Supt. Engineer and Teceive reward. 165-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Wm. Evans, secretary of the Magrath School, until 12 oclocfc, noon June 21, 1909 for the'erection of an 8 room school building at Magrath, Alta. ____________t Separate tenders for plumbing and J jheating and ventilation. j FOR SALE OR house, i and specifications may be ob- j seven apartments. Apply 621, Round j..aj FOR SALE OR roomed stable, hoy siu-d. largo cMckeu hi-uS'.1 on river bottom near new Best place in city for keeping- cl'iick-.-ns or Frico ?350. per month. Easy terms. Also ris and svt of havat'ss. H. Procter. the A. K.