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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMf WOf Tarkington and Harry L. Wilson ir f had, nay mud "jrown up I bMD a proTto ftol playing on organ for JOB to aaid. "My life baa not btti that, bumiJi mf.ft'bm ar' You mtaabaiacd AtiO1 now you plan that will .abamt ,of na-oncc tbaw fentitfoOL" WM without tod load talking and Pttce soiled into tbe room, At aifftt ei bin' feU tack tbe mantel, and the cowtett eoUapeed IB ,a neap on tbe door. Iraaoff saw seaie her and, strldlnif- to ber, lift ed both clinched above kec mbttar ol Don't BUI ato For a tnoDMttt fce or then collapaed toto a cbajr, wb wWM., sobbteg them gentlefolk art' ia'ld. AT be spoke the door wu ,earand'Ladj ;_Creec1i bur- couht- Horace, Almeric and the earl I For The Dining Room latter bowed sardonically- to and Creech burried to Ethel with a of aatontehment cblld tfila dfnl person? tbl she "My dear! Lea vCpTeaancee __ __ _ __ __ I away at I aay, .you know, MLn Ethel, ecboed, Almeric.: "You "can't you 1 atopped them with a gesture _ v Tw ber and ane'i here by Imj authority, aria, whati more, Horace, turned to the et Cthel'i leaving? Iff Hawcaatle erUly. 1 see BO reason for it We're hire staply for Mr. "Pike's answer. ]He S kaews where he stands, and he knows said tbe.earl 1 ly, and the' Amertoah met his to F. Uu building had col iapMd aad Mad, kft Uw penoai la, room con- hare IDCDt It waa Horace who appreciated tbe aomberneas of ciwching, ter- ror woman floor.- "Helenef be but Pike forward aad "You rtnnd backr JrlQir Daalel went Horace fairly stacfetwL on, poinflhf tie, 'iA-nd there's bla best frteud." .The seamed to rottae some of the flffhtlnc 3t AabyB toattoct in earl, and tils flsabeaV "It's a he cried boejwly. er saw the man to all my Mfe before." 'The lady seemed to recognise said Pike grimly. "I fueas you won't oATe to Jab you Hjenory too bard. If s only ten yean to ftt Petersbors, Mr. Glenwoodr "Alnwrlc. go for tke pelleer' ordered the earl. "No, nof cried the "I CM't stand Itr, Pike .laid his baad upon shoulder and spoke loudly: "Call 'en In! We're ready f AJ merle, with a frifbteaed fiance around, stepped to tbe doors and threw then wMe, calllaa; as be reached passage: "Ten tbat to brlag .bis men Will, us-'furnisli it .help smarten up this room? Our Fall goods are in novTin MADRAS SQTIAEEi? j'ana' BUGS. We are making a very fine .snowing in CHI.Jf.A will find the cabinets just as useful as .tHey are attractive.; You .values are-absolutely-lair. The best this is that our first custbrhers'are getting wants.lerel 'We are matiiijr eitensiye alterations in our store; the basement is being fitted" up for: tie; .display of. Beds, "baby carriages, 'linoleums, etc. This will give space for the proper display of upholstery materials, curtains and drap- eries, lines to which we devote 'marked attention. Plans are now being prepared for a four story building to be erected in the spring, the entire building to be occupied by "And your aJttwer will be tke earl, Pike shook "You're wrong he answered, Hawcastle chwsfed front ID'an "Perhaps you are right, Mr. Gran- He turned and again entered room, and Pike's face lit up unpleaa antly as he looked at tita, then soften as he turned to BtheL "I want yon always to remember that I consider It cheap at the be said. There was a quick stop without, and Von Grollerhafea eatwed, followed bj Rlbiere.' For an lartaat he gTancrt about the clrcJt aad then spoke In a ringing voice. r r- r c jr ?EIS if (if Bill door, when he faced them. "Miss Ethel, you'll stay right where paying attention, Pike turaed to Hawcas- 1' answered the ecrl, after, >an f pause, and Baa' went closet he said. "There may j -There will be no arrests tonight, roj things cBtftter your friends." he said, and at the word; Take Aer Hawcastle sneered _____ I "This man goes, toor lie declared snapped at i rlolenfly. "Call thow caimblnleril" reiterated to Al merle. Ton Grollerhageo smiled sweetly aiid raised his hand depreeatingly. "The officer is. not there. You see, the carabinieri hare He turned to DanlsL "For you, my friend, I bare relinquished my incog- nito." The Turpin Furniture Co. the other IB the that.yoQ of this young replied the earl uneasily. "Aad If I don't what ars you going to 4or demanded. Pike qnkkly. Hor- broke j f] ,r S "BtheX you must for he Implored. Bat Pike waved him to sflence. Tell her. Whyjdo yon come hers of answer, I .Pike stared at him uncompro- misingly, and German. turned to Lord Hawcastle. man said, ''Is In my custody." For a: moment the two; inen measur- ed each other, and then Hawcaatle burst out violently: whose authority? Do you know you are speaking to the Earl of Haw- Von Grollerhagen sinlled. Biblere j stepped forward aftd addressed Haw- castle directly. respect, he cried. "You i are addressing the Grand Duke -Vasfll s MA gentleman would spare her said Hawcastte, with nneasi- laugbed. .o But the earl would not an- directly, so Pike turaed to Ethel afternoon I tried to help a derll, broken r dowa fiusalan i nanlng" away from Siberia, where Wd been for nine years." 7 row ia her chair ant iticed him eagerly. "A poor, weak he went 'pa, like, you're seen a rat in dogs, and bootblacks. your friends here saw us bring him this apartment They know we're him If I don't orer you and of John Simpson r made means that the man I tried to help goes back Siberia and I gtf to aa ItalitnTJall far-two yean can make It" cried Hawcastle. But wared-him aside-and T knew you had aome bn- In store for me. Do you .would beliere Bngllsk siskleman would "J v iaterruptwl rutWewly and Wttertj. "Stoop f he cried. "Why, ten years In fit Petersburg there-was a poor isrll of a rerolutioniflt who In his patriotism took gorernment moa- far the causa he believed In. Ha, the mistake of keeping-thai in house, w.hca.thia aoiBted to was also vmada- tartes; a wife this .of Russlal" Hawcastle paled and fairly stagger- ed Into the arms of his son, who reeled from the shock. The others stared uncbmp'rehendlngly. .and Pike looked up with a curious frightened look upon his lean face. Quite slowly he moved to the table and rested a hand upon it and with the other ca- hla chin.. His.eyes were look- ing straight ahead, and he murmured In awestruck tones: "Good Lord! And think I've been catling The grand duke perceived the agi- tation on Pike's face and came for-, ward to take bis hand. "My. friend." he said gently, "it has been refreshing." He spoke to Ribiere. "I shall take the man Ivanoffs state- ment in writing. Bring him to me v He "turned and off through tbe door on the other, he coveted and stole the mea- Oh, he made a good job of itl Peat tbtak that "the first he baa given iaformatioB to the fhear wd hue- ,'laad went to Bawcaatle picture as'-he staggetef up. "A slander f' he crlei. -Aid hell "again Pike to pointed an acctMtag flnger ;at Mane, de tbat poor devfl of a "hnsband Khack to Sfberiar j> ghastly croaked his face livid, oame toe yov THANKSGIVING SOCIAL. The basement of the, Baptist Church was. Crowded Monday. ;night the Young People's Society ol. Church gave a social. The basement, had been open on Thanks; giving so that the young people couW- come in and a'social chat or> play In the evening the meet ing .opened, with .the, singing' "On- ACCIDENT TO A NURSE O'tta-wa, Oct. Miniiie .Corrigan, nurse, in training at St. Luke's hos- pital, whose home is in. :Shawville, .wras .Saturday, night eeverely injured by, falling down the hospital elevator two Lojrs They" were stepping into ;a cKair As Coirigan. stepped" the cKair overtur_ae3 and she was" thrown back down' the -half "open part of the meeting was of a al character! gave an in- leresting talk on "Why some people do not succeed." Music and recita- tions' varied the .programme till the. intermission when the refreshments were sery-ed. Then followed a gramme of games most of which of such nature as to bring forth roars, of innocent laughter. till heartily enjoyed the. fun. At last" d' ,44e, QV.ERCOIME fire- men" were 'overcome by sirioke; and while fighting a fire this cven- the singing closed with the singing..Of- Auld Lang' Syne. 'Such socials eyen on'a. holiday are just what is needed. ,in a city, w-here so many hundreds of: -ing in the cellar of the Canadian West inghouse, company's factory. The fire '.was. caused by -a spontaneous com- bustion. The firemen had to wolk in relays. Many were overcome-and had to.] be carried out and Fireman Brewster and Fireman Teneyclc -had young men are strangers and have no i home but, iheir room in house. to be taken t-o the hospital. It; is a thought that they will be around 1 again in the morning. om of room that led to chamber. had CODC Ovntlnutrf.) v CFTEK LURKS IK A CUT. YOU sec this danger illustrated in the case of Mr. W.'.C. Edwards, a well- ;icnown Friendly Society leader of Peter Street, Toronto. He cut ane.of his fingers with a piece of glass, and instead of apply- ing Zam-Buk to prevent blood poison and to heal it, the cut, and blood poison He blood poison from the :'_ my hand and arm and caused me terrible agony. After two months' treatment the doctor said there was no'cure, and amputation would have to take place if I intended to save my arm. A second doctor .also told me" operation would necessary. He said the bone had become and .the would have-to be opened. that could be scraped. ;-A friend then advised me to try Zam-Buk and V "Thatnight I bathed wound'and put on some Zam-Bufc. I little sleep for the first time for many, nights. In the morning the wound began to bleed instead of the foul discharging as in the past. This was a healthy sign so I .went on with the long stqry_ abort, in a few days I put away the'sling, and in a few weeks the finger was healad completely. To-day that finger is as sound bell and I owe it to Zam-Buk. I spent in doctors I think how ZattirBuk at such. trifling cqst saved me from amputation T very grateful for the balm I can> tell you." ZaiE'Ruk cum cnts, burnt, festering ul> AUenwn ried Wenei Cil Vote (Calgary Albertan.> "An 'Act. respecting cities'" is the name'of "the bill to-be introduced in- to the provincial "legislature at -the coming session, ..the draft1 of "which has been discussed -and caused no- lit- comment, 'Particularly- to Calgary. ThQ bill is of enormous contain- ed' in-92 large with 451 clauses. '-The size of it will debar most interested 'through'it. certain -underlying! .prin- ciples 'in the bill may be noticed on 'the- first -glance. The bill is not framed at-all upon the ;the city of arid differs -from- it in many respects. u. In- ;the: first place in; the; matter of commission, the is recommended. The act'applies- to the five --cities, of These- citks may, if desired by the ratepayers in special -vote, be divided 'into wards j with-not more than- six -alder- men to each'ward, but the city coun- shall riot have more -than and not less aldermanic repre- ln; case: the aldermen are for'the city a't4arge and for a' term of two years, half of the board retiring cided upon, Pay of Aldermen The clause referring to the pay aldermen reads "Each of the alder- men shall as remuneration be paid the sum of 00 per .meeting, provid- ed that the total sum per year paid to any alderman shall not exceed As it is supposed that the payment in this instance is to be in cash, and that a street laihvay pass cannot be computed m monej, this will doubt- less cut off the pass business for ald- ermen. The qualifications for mayor or al- derman is the same as at; present, cXr cept that the propeity qualifications is encumbrances, instead The Commission Clauses The clause referring the commis- sioners reads The council may ap- point one or more commissioners who shall hold, office, during .the pleasure of the hut: shall not be dis- missed except oy a majority of all the members thereof The powers of-.the .commission. All such powers and. ,duties as specified .from, time, by by-law, or reso- lution of the council The members of.the police.force are to by the council. Debars Married Women "vrh'ich deprives muni- cipal J franchise. "TheApersons voteX at be the women Imd'wl-aows of the" full age of years, names appear upon the last revised voters' list of .the In the clause, "preparation of" the iistf- theVassessdr instructed to place 011 the list (1) the names of all in en, udmarfied .women! and widows of the full age of years assessed upon the last revised 4asX sessmcnt roll of aad upwards, and also the names of the husbands of married women who are assessed ..upon the last revised assessment' roll of and upwards and who author- ize their husband's name to be plac- ed." As the present charter, gives the, franchisc to married women, this is a-retrograde step. tax is jThere is a householder s tax as well. An-Interesting Clause One intcr-esting clause reads as fol- lows When one-third of the rate- payers whose names appear on the last revised assessment roll, petition the council for the submission of- a bylaw on any question concerning any matter within the legislative jur- isdiction of the council, the same' shall be granted. The amount of the debenture debt is placed at 20 per cent, of the total assessment. of Taxation is upon lands, busi- ness, "income and special franchises. The taxation upon land shall be of fair value; bit upon buildings 60 per cent, of- the value. The business tax- shall be "upon the floor space prin- ciple. No rebate is "to DC allowed on- prompt" payment of taxes, but aft-er January 1 a special tax of five -per cent, shall be added.., These arc a few of inter-, estirig clauses of the bill.- They are now under consideration by the coun-. bid oiaf rinrwurm, cold- chij- bfohu, and all Bother ikin dtteaica and injurict. dmf ristx and itorrt tell at joe. Sox, 3 for fi'ts irem from onto, for price. Refuse any-. thinf offered i TEN YEARS EACH C. QjSlmbo "an'd'lVf. WoHe, Black Hand men, were today_sentenced to .ten years each in Kingston penitentiary for -sending threatening leotera to.S. Sanzone. In sentencing tfie accustd Judge Snyder said" could not "tol- erate Black Hand methods and that the practice of writing threatening >i-; Picture! 1 H 2 UN 3 PmUtett 4 StciKii'i Rerenfe Continuous The Barton SUtert Dancing UPTON' S P O L Is supplied with the 0 BEST IN ALBERtA ..And., is cool, bright and pleasant. ..Best ..Cigars; -and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Y? r-.. Basement of Oliver Block Antelope, October 1 to 30 We can supply you with everytturig ou want for huntingtbig game, and .can even mount the game for you when you return Come to a good, live, SPORTING GOODS HOUSE and get what you want at right prices The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Company Edison's October'Records just in To take your meals at' the on- ly all-round white Kestanr- ant in -Leth- bridge1 AL'EX ANrD ASK FOR OUR FRESH, SPRIN G C H I C K E N And also Vegetables aad "Home "G Suckling figs and Pork from _ for you. Also Fresh- Oysters in season, to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please -You Any <2ost N. H. Prop--- ..-1 AN AUTO AT THE VATICAN ment and satisfaction, as he feels they have few__pleasures. X The-Popels" Delighted With I Their first real run, to Their First Ride.- Rome, Oct. has happened again. The sisters of'.the-; Popevhave .turned into motorists. The same 'gienerous 'and "anonymous donor tt-n accom- plished, but was' full of to the novices.- The1 elder ladies were continually chiding the chauffeurrfor goi-ng -too fast, while the'- youngest him go faster. They ran -over of the magnificent mbtor'lo 'the Pon-; a chicken, which caused them great iff has given one equally distress, and .when, .they, had what able if-less ornate to the -Misses Saxto. At first .they, were frightened' and s.iid that ns ;theL Pontiff Hid. not appeared to .them a ..collision with a wine .cart, they almost doned the car. But their hearts .were 'the' machine his, neither woiiM they, persuadftd just t: f at T ancCWj took-the Album hill, -which" is almost low comfortable it WUP, they a mile in. length... Signoriniv. Maria.. to a gentle turn in the the: eldest 'I shall never-use again to go up'Hhe hill. It is galrden. converted much to the Pope's amuse-. Central British Coltiinbiai "The Inland Empire of Canada" Largest undeveloped area of good land on North American wheat, Tailed farming, stock grazing, gold, silver, GEAND TETOTK PACITIC RAILWAY, NOW BTJTIDIlfG, OPENS TO SETTLEMENT, FORT GEORGE Coming greater natural advantages than Spokane, Gateway to Nechaco, Bnlkiey, Peace River, Fraser and Skeena Gateway to Cariboo and Yukon mining jiistricts. FIRST OTTERING of inside town lots now on. each. Title .gaaranteed and insured "by the government Of. British Write.. for free map and official information of this great Natural Resources WINCH ELDG., VANCOTOER, B. ,C, ;