Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1900. I Auction Sdle AT DUFFERIN ST. Monday Next, UT 31st AT 2 O'CLOCK Frank G. Waddington Is favored with instructions from the, Excutors of the late B. Morton Jones, Esq. to sell by public auct- ion in the premises as above the superior HEW FURNITURE EFFECTS 3-piece parlor suite in ma- hogany, occasional chairs, massive oak extending- dining table, set of oak dining chairs, mission oak china cabinet, mission oak sectional book 1-4 cut oak ditto, oak flat top office desk, handsome hearth suite, Oriental dining room carpet, drawing room carpet, handsome solid oak dresser and stand" brass mounted bedsteads, springs, mattresses, china, cut glass, plate." "Happy range, kitchen utensils, etc.. GOODS on view Saturday, 'May 29th from 10 till 4 Telephone 261 Auctioneer's Office Street. City Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple OJivia. a" his guest out of a hole. "I shom. say not! Why. ray boy, we've sold white Richard thought swiftly. he was about to tell .Mr. 'ras not such a -bad site for a deep ter harbor after all. and ID fact he haa always contended with his father that It was more advantageously located for that purpose than Matagorda City. Not only was the situation more een twinge of Aloud be ask- ed with as much control as his thump- Ing heart admitted, "Well, what The host, who, it may be admitted, had no feeliug of hesitation at turning the incident to bis advantage, bow- ever much he might and did deplore It, rubbed his hands and laughed onee more In keen enjoyiueut of the unlock- ed for opportunity to get the better of his enemy. Mr. Reiiwycte was playing T i uraily vrilb the development of such an enterprise. Perhaps the Peace j" and Good Will Realty company's rep- J I resentativo was not such an egregiour i j ass as the Renwyck and Williams fac- 4 I Cons supposed. :j "Has the. new company, in yonr opin- j Ion. any be asked J his host. fr. j laughed Hr. Renwyck. j "Not a ghost of it! Now, listen. I comes the cream of the Joke. The j for taking a vote on these deep watei j harbor bills In the1 Texas had been set for two weeks from now. i but various circumstances have played i directly Into my bauds. Senator Frank Kinwait president of the Texas state I improvement committee, of the legis- latnre, was closeted with me for two hours this morning. He is now-on his j way to Austin, where my harbor 'bill j will be passed by both houses immedi- ately upon his arrival and the legisla- ture will at once adjourn." mean." stammered 'Rich- ard, "that you have bought "Tut tutr protested the crafty old Ljnucr f "True, I bought gentle-1 -K5.000 HOME FOR japproved of tthe project and adopted man a lunch at.Sherry's, together with R. C. STUDENTS jit as their own special work. The! few cigars, a couple of cold bottles. sum of trill be raised for the! and there were some Toronto, May Knights of purpose and a committee has been! ran the price of the meal- up Into sis figures, bat be- yond Mr. one in tral. but it offered shorter and j. the game coJd bloodedly. mercilessly, direct communication with freight according to the rules of the street routes and main lines. True, the He would do nothing dishonorable or nes. rue, e e wou o notng sonorae or country was sparsely populated In Itr underhand after the ethics uf his kind, vicinity, but settlers would come nat- j but he would have considered himself wil fa 'thi i o KA K 1 PEAT FUEL FOR POWER John Jacob Astor Hat a Schema to Use It. Now York, May Jacob Astor, has perfected an invention for utilizing as a fuel for power the vast deposits of peat found in many parts of the world. His application for a patent is pending, and when it has been granted Colonel Astor will pre- sent his discovery to the public with- out profit to himself. Colonel Actor is now erecting on his estate at Rhinecliff tor the Hud- son a peat gas plant, in a vi: brator disintegrator will be tested. The plant, of about 150 horse power is to run a stone crusher and if the peat yields its gas, as it is confident- ly expected it will, it will mean an engineering advance that may have far-reaching results, Discussing the matter, the Scien- tific American, in its current- issue says that- the economic utilization of the enormous peat boga of the tem- perate zone has been a problem baffl- a fool if he had not availed himself of j ing scientists, largely because of the every opportunity ,or assistance that fate put at his disposal. he echoed. "Well, Williams did a thing which surprised even me. I have in my pocket a ci- pher report from one of my agents whose dole business is to watch the opposition. Do yon know, Croyland, when the old fellow learned that hii son had been desperately hurt perhaps what the dispatch said- he dropped everything, chartered a spe- cial train and started north iinmedi- amount of water, tannin., acids and salts contained in the peat. THEMOUONSBANK Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund j HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SA VINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates Lethbridge Braidi, Redpath St. K. 0. JOHNSON, Manager io have decided the erection of Columbus in the province of Ontar- to bear the cost of- a liome for iioman Catholic student the Uni- versity of Toronto. The state council of the order have appointed by the state council to work out the details of the scheme! by which this fund may be raised and j age would; dream of buying :au entire j "The deuce you cried Richard, springing to his feet "I nodded Mr. Renwyek, con- struing: his companion's explosiveness as sudden appreciation of the master stroke, of business. "He is Heading for New York as "fast as steam can bring bim and is leaving his harbor scheme wide open to my but whit I had him beaten anyway, but this makes it a little plainer sail- Richard's cheeks, which had turned a deep and angry red, now grew death- ly pale, as he sank back Into his seat .again. In a far shorter space of time than it takes to tell it he realized each detail of Mr. Renwyck's coup d'etat CHEAPER TO RIDE IN THE AIRSHIPS Washington, D. C., May it will soon be cheaper for the great mass of German people to ride in airships than in automobiles is as- sured from reports to the state de- partment from the United States Con- sul at Brunswick which says that the German Aerial Navigation Go. has established permanent airship lines in Germany and that they ap- pear to be assured of success. In giving details he adds that the exr tensive plan? of the company have aroused the liveliest interest on all sides. also to bring before the subordinate councils reasons for speedy and gen- erous action. Money Saved is Money Earned The New Lumber Company Can save .you money and save you worry by supplying "that will give perfect satis- faction. Try them with your next order. legislature, my dear boy. Just across the track in the North Ward .Richard rose from hia seat toot a turn up and down the library, then .faced his exultant host "Mr. he asked, "aren't yon losing tight of one Important fac- tor IB the game? From what I heard of htm, BUI Williams is scarcely man to lying around in a ham- mock while you are putting through your deep water harbor bilL In my humble opinion, yon are going to have a fight on your hands that wfll make I you gtt up and get busy." Thia was the most un-Engliah lan- I- fuage which the supposed nobleman [.had: yet employed, but it did not at- tract the notice or awaken the suspi- cion of Mr. Renwyck at that time, owing to his deep Interest in the mat- ter Immediately In hand. cried. you've laid your finger on a beauty spot! Of coune Williams will- fight me with" tooth and nail; but by the Lord Harry, "Why "Simply because he will aot be In Texas when my bfll is passed-" Richard stared at his host in fear and wonder, while Mr- Benwyck con- tinued jubilantly "I could not have had matters torn out better If I had arranged it all my- self- It that Williams' fool of a T. E. PATTERSON. Office. Oliver Block. Phone 387. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COUP OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1M7 B. I. WALKER, President ATJCXAITDKg LAIRD, General Kuugfr Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most in wbicfa to carry money when travelling. They are issued in of and and the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, .Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countrfcs they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding them may be obtained at every office rf the Bank. HOtTSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Ed. Price ash. 40 ACEES TO acre tracts. LEASE 5 OE 10 40 ACEES FOE SALE 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy Draw on son was up here to New Jork last I I ELECTRIC FANS DESK FANS BRACKET FANS CEILING FANS _VENTILATING FASTS FAN MOTORS Supplied, installed, cleaned, and repaired by experienced electrical mechanics W. L. Phone 2W ;ie Go- Hedpath Street Tlie Alberta Railway and Irrfgatlon Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Wet oflcjtiiirtBPM, EACH TERMS EASY One-tWrd cwh, one-third 6 AiaXMnO-JSAM. montlw, bakaco ft monthi. Interest 6 per cent, per annuni week and got himself badly smashed .up In an automobile accident" "What yon don't "Yes, ifs added the specula- tor quickly without noticing Richard's look of astonishment "Michael show- ed me a greatly exaggerated. newspa- per account yesterday morning." "Is mortally or oangerbualy began Richard, who had ia truth forgotten all about the condition of the real Croy land, and he now gan to that the man who bad as- sumed bis name really might be more seriously Injured than any of .them had Imagined. Richard was neither heartless nor but not sus- pecting ..Cropland's Injuries were seri- ous and being fully" occupied with his own engrossing situation, he bad: not given the wounded ear! a thought for "No, no; but not fatally, of answered Mr. Renwyck, "I sent; around to the hospital to see If there: was anything i could do, for the boy. I'm .sorry for him. grudge. against him, except hia foolish- ness to selecting- such a father." glad "to .hear Jt's no murmured Richard, much relieved. "Go on, "It attack me at once that things might happen which -would serve my Interests when the father heird of the sad affair." Richard glared "at his host aod ground in' Impotent cage at this exhibition of a heartlessness that would make capital for Itself In a busi- ness scheme out of sneh an accident "TMl ___ are foreign your and its 'crushing effect upon his fa- ther's plans. Then, top, his father1! grief was cutting him; to the heart It touched him to, the quick; it gripped his conscience', with a burning vise! He had come, north on his father's business, not primarily for this deep water' harbor scheme, of which he had known little or nothing, and now he; was masquerading .under a false name and title for hia ;bwn pleasure. He must perforce be a help- less onlooker while enemies forged a shaft out of and. with "it pierced the heart and brought about the- his dear old It waa unbearable. Impossible, yet what copld he What would happen when BID Wil- liams He, ..the hapless .son, seemed to be In some way responsible for the whole wretched "tangle, yet hon- or him from interposing ,a. hand to: prevent the :catastrophe. where he would. "tbere seemed np'loop- escape to be Perhaps If he could see he. could get advice; biit no. gentleman bad already declined to help him, telling bim be must brazen it out on bis own account Brazen it out? Yes, but Brass counted for nothing now, for Mr; Renwyck held rall the cards. Reason did point to one possible course hedge on winning side and save what he could for his father out of the wreck, and at this. .'possibility the young men grasped as a drownuig man reaches for a straw. he said, with a mighty effort to "hide his agitation, "what you convinces me. .J have Jast his own private fortune f ro.m his "in bank. I should like to place it In yonr enterprise' The financier sfci rf ed. 10 ACEES nsr KOETH Good house, to lease on easy terms. Lethbridge Branch C G. KJourse, Manager SOMETHING NEW IN JAILS 200 feet in the air would be practically i iraposible, .while haJving the court Steel Skyscraper 200 Feet j house and prison'in one building on'Upper "Floor I would facilitate "the handling of cri- The city of will minal cases. The building, which build a new -jail on .the skyscraper Twill very likely be erected, will cost: P'an. j about The idea is to erect 'a fiiteen-storey. steel building, the lower portion to j Auction :sale of household furni- be devoted to court rooms, offices of j ture, stoves, etc., will be held on Sat-" county officials, etc., while the upper! urday evening at 7.30 at Wilson's floors' are to contain the jail...- It is [Auction Rooms, near Irrigation Hall. 141-2 argued" that escape from a jail poised be told in this space 1 si fa people who to -invest in MONEY TO LOAN We haye now secured an, almost unlimited capital to be placed on JLethbridgre property. Pay us something like what you are paying in rent and the property soon becomes yours quarterly, or half yearly payments to fourteen years little over 6 per cent. THE EMPIRE LAND CO. Real Eitate Broken, Financial Agents, NoUry Publics OttBlocJt r Keep your eye on RNWELL THE NEW TOWN BARN WELL If you act on June 1st it will mean dollars to you F. Johnston EAINWILL, ALTA.