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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LETHBmOOE DAILY HERALD.' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I. I mm OF KRAVONIA DAILY HERALD PATTERNS Author Of "The Prisoner Of Zenda' band, Stenovics had his finger on thread save Lepage- Uerkoirttch thread. If it may so be called. That was important but its im- portance might be nullified if Mistitch -made good speed. On the whole, the odds were much In favor of the coterie. If by any means for VoN.'Mi The Jiijjh on the hills. nearly now. peter st-nUriKKi Ins bend as be looked after him for a moment. Then be re- turned to his He was just finishing bis task, some twenty minutes beard Sophy's laugh. Sbe and Hollbrandt me "j ,.4ii they could prevent the king from com- came from a lane which led up from 'Ing alive and free to-Slavna the game the lake and joined the mam road a .Would be theirs. If he did come alive hundred yards along toward tod free their game would probably be Pete A ran and took their horses, and UP His presence would meaa a hard They mounted the causeway in leisure- ifight or a surrender, and Slavna bad no j ly. pleasant chat Sophy was, Inher Stomach for sucb a fight, though it sheepskin uniform. "Her cheeks IwoukTbe piously thankful to be rid of pale, but the star glowed. J be world JSergius whether as prince or ting, with- seemed good to her that morning. WC necessity of an ordeal so severe, j "And that is roughly the story ot my i mSntaaiy to the summons he life." she said, with a laugh, as she and To a possible stay of reached the top of the and r at leaned against the rude balustrade Winer News Budget Warner, Aug. Qeby thresh- ed for Kev, Connors last Saturday. This is the threshing done here this fall. Rev. Connors "has been quite sick for some days, being slightly better now. Mr. YVoitU- i.s under the can; vl Dr. l-'it'ld. slowly recovering from i ar. vf appt'idieiiis. ..M i> c- i w.m i n. IV .1. -V- d.'pot to use in supplying] the now water tank. Increased busi- j -ss on the road made it necessary. Fanners are busily engaged in har- vesting and in building granaries to j LETHBR1DGE MEAT_ MARKET The very best home-killed Beef, Mutton and Fork Fresh Eggs, Butter and Sausages always on hand. Phone 405 We Get There in Time for Dinner. ST: 3008 2990 WAIST OK UN ING j Parr! Pattern No. 2990 All Seams Allowed materhl tat th wearer desires j may "be used this m-'del, which as the title used as tbe city. There tney left bin and turned down into the plain to enjoy "Who nTeS at PrSok.' Marie Zerko- i and dreams end m had been ailing and kept herded awakenings, you In tne morning. The prince's mounted to Volseni for the sake of exercising :tbeir horses. In the castle, there were Iftt only Marie Zerkovitcb and tne serv- The prince did not anticipate Stoat any message would come from the sir- before noon at the earliest "If it's a dream, you make an excel- i centre-back. strap effects are tr LYDIES1 PRINCESS JUMPEK DRESS WITH GUIMPE Paris Pattern No. 3008 All 'Settnus Allowed This stylish divss has the new long j a lining or to build waited eeffect which is so becoming.; IL may b.- devt-1 p d The skirt portion has the necessary! with lontr or it may have fullness distributed in a witle invert-j the neck cut out. in low, rtTund or ed plait, either side of the front; a square Dutch outline with short sleev- similar plait giving fullness to the es acording to The -closing at nnhok-s form'the front or b .ck, .-riling to the Th the shoulders, desire of thr maker. Tiu pattern is immed wkh buttons, 8 to 46 i-ches, bust mea- separate jruirnpe may be made For 36 bust :hs- waist requires any desired material. The pattern isjs i-4 yards o: material 20 inches wide. hes, bust mea-J2 5-8 yards 27 inches 1 3-4 yards .ie: or 1 .12 vards 42 inches hold the big new crop of grain. Many oi them intend holding their wheat for serd, as so much seed grain to be shipped in this summer that it buyerg {or two or more firms surely would pay to hold a fair nor-j weck tryjng to tion for sale to the many new faTiners for who Sin- coming here from now but so far as we can find til next harvest. with very poor success. A trifle over Andy Thompson met with quite anjso cents per DU5hel is apparently a accident last Friday. .While cutting j v JQ v for wheat. up. loaded shell to examinr it. it Tenney Bros, took out a complete exploded, severely injuring his hand. uew threshing outfit to their big Most of the-flesh was torn from thej..irm a few (lays ago. (thumb- and forefinger. Dr. .Fieldi Mr Sunderman also got a thresh- dressed it and Andy wil no doubt bo j outfit, on tne same train, much more careful in- examining country around town is fill- shells hereafter. jn? up so fast that our two general Win. Soice is now busily engaged art; having a very large trade. up -i-n Aiding u fine new dwelling. fact un lines of business are rush- are guessing that he will be in busi-Jincr ness again in Warner in months. Saturday afternoon about' three, o'clock Frank Leffingweirs large burn was discovered to be on fire and in n I Morning UTOcations pursned their [usual peaceful and-simple course at "I the castle Old Vassip, his wife and i tbe maids did their cleaning. Peter Peter Vassip put his mop and pail down by the stables and came up and stood beside them. tbe mare carry you well today, j We had n 'sure. For 36 bust the dress requires J 3; inches wide; did ri'de-aUeast I thought so. 1 aopa 7 1-4 yards of material 24 inches wide i wde. a Volney Phillips drove in from the Hawkeye farm and says haying is finished at the farm, and the 600 acres of winter wheat- sown loows as fine as it can be. RAYMOND NOTES ;Tassip saw to bis master's clothes, and i tning beautiful today. I think you we i 6 3-S yards 27 'inches wide, 5 yards; Sophy threw out her arms as though (35 inches wide, 4 1-4 yards 42 inch-. to embrace the gracious world, "l.j or 3 1.3 vardc 54 inches thought it beautiful. I Price of JO cents. the guimpe netrds 3 1-4 yards 18 in- j then, to save his father labor, began to :fluice tbe wooden causeway. The sta- blemen groomed their horses. They had been warned that the prince might want another mount later in the day. Marip Zerko vitch lay in her bed, sleep- Ing soundly after a restless night There seemed no hint of trouble in the Air. it must be confessed that up to now It looked as though Praslok would be caught napping. It was Peter busy, on the Dutiful. Baron von Hollbrandt. and ches wide, i M yards 27 inched "eter is teaatiful. anu so is your moth- orl 1-2 42 wide, er, and so is your father. Peter. And i of lower edge of. skirl 3 3-4 yards 1 half believe that, just this j this one splendid beauti- j rui myself. Yes. in spite of this nor- rible mark on my I "1 hear said Peter Vas- j sip. j -J ust this one splendid, morains_I agree with laughed j Max, even the mark shall change j causeway, who first saw Zerkovitch. my Come, you love the mark- j the red j "Well, yes." said Sophy, with a little j confidential nod and smile. j "1 hear said Peter Yas- j sip. with his hand to his ear. j Sophy turned to him, smiling. "What flo you bear. j He gave a sudden start of recollec- tion. "Ah. has that anything to do j with il. j "M. Zerkovitch broke from them both. I "He's been here. He's ridden at a j gallop on to Volseni to ficd the prince." j He added briefly all there was to add. Uis hand at bis ear all the time. j "Hum! That looks like news." said Mas. "What can it j "He didn't stop even to tell Marie! It must be urgent." They looked at one another's faces. "Can there anything wrong in "You mean the had thought of that" "1 can think of nothing but that. If it were anything from the palace it come by a royal courier sooner by any other band." bear plainly notr." said Peter Vassip. They obeyed him, but their ears were not so weM trained. A dull, indefimtt sound was could distinguish. number of them. Mount- ed men it must be. the hoofs are so j regular. "It's the prince coming back from cried Sophy. "Xo: it's from the other direction, and besides, there are too many for tbat." Mounted men on the Slavna road. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. must see the fie cried, "and immediately I" He rested and leaned on his mop to watch the head which rose over the hill, the body that followed, the farm horse lumbering along in a slow, clum- sy, unwilling gallop. The man was using stick and spur. He was riding mercilessly. Peter ran down to the road and waited. A groom came across from-the stables and joined him. "He's got no call to treat the horse like that whoever he is." the groom ob- served. e "Not unless lie's on urgent business." said Peter, twirling tbe water from his mop. Zerbovitch was up to them. He leaped trotn his horse. "1 must see prince." he cried, "and "The prince is at Volseni, sir. He rode over to see Captain Lukovitcb." "When will he be don't expect him till 12 o'clock." Zerkovitch snatcbed out his watch. There's nobody here but Mine. Zer- kovitch.'sir. She's still in bed. not very well, "Twelve muttered Zerko- vitch, paying no heed to tbe news about his wife. .very fewv minutes every man and boy in and around town was on hand to help if possible, but nothing imich( could be done, as the fire seemed Kuymond, Aug. gang in the hay..mow. Luck-j Japs have been clearing the railroad ilv no Stock was in the barn, which'track of weeds etc. at Raymond. ;5' total loss besides a full hay mow j A car of salt arrived for the Knight a-nd large shed'attHched. Mr. Leffinp-'j Sugar Co. Ltd. from Duluth, Mm- well was out in the country several j nesota. miles when the fire occurred and re-j Robert- Allan-of. Cardston, came up turned to find the people, of the town! on Saturday -afternoon's tram on a trying to save some fences andivis.it and -J. Gould drove him .back which effort thev were part-! to Magrath yesterday morning. lv Mr. Walker a.nj Mr. Lorn who met- with an acci- ao pull down pans of the shedUlent some days ago has been abbq with th- Hawkey-- farm ensine but! t" return to work again. Wjl0 Class and private instruction. String-. TUFF'S BLK.. Opposite the Barracks. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIu AND- COMMEIC1IL COLLEGE i J. George Harper Director RE-QPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1909. Expert teachers in all branches. all ropes and broke that could i of this town> jbe found in the vry short time pof-i working for the Alberta Pacific ile- I rible to set "them. j vator Co., at Strathmore, is- Hying We understand the loss to b? about with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. baunders, IS2500. and partly insured. Conner residents of this town, who I Now is the time to- rush the some time ago format o ipietion of the new waterworks. i Rev. J.' Barker took the Sunday The winter wheat tbe'Warner: School yesterday and the Rev. J.-J.j-------- 'land just east of town and also on' Cameron took the evening service at ranch, 'Mr Snapp-V land two miles south j the Presbyterian church. The Rev. east'of town that last spring looked! J- J- Cameron journeyed to Stirling almost a failure is now estimated to I take the afternoon service and bp -ood for close to thirty bushels per, tw> lots have been given for the erec- iam.p 'tion of the new Presbyterian church j b j John finished a i there. tract north of town'for Wm. Soice j 'Mr. Geo. H. Eudd has packets 01 last week. He says it is almost too i picture post cards at his office on begins on Monday, Aug. 30. We guarantee portions to all our graduates 4 of good -char- acter and habits. We ceived ten calls for office help during the first half of the' month of August. any" information or free prospec- tus, write Geo. J. Sclxniidt, Principal Garbutt Business College. P.O.Box 1291 Phone 263. MISSES' PRINCESS DRESS Paris Pattern No. 3005 All Scrams Allowed The waist portion of this simple has the supplied by three tucks on the shoulders at the front ;md stitched to yoke depth, wide pl'iit ornamenting tin- front from to hsm. The five- cort-d skirt portion is made with a deep plaited flounce-; and the nel 1930 LADIES-' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern' N2. 1930 All Seams Allowed The back of th's tailored waist is made with ;i double pointed yoke facing, which may b- omitted if de- and the l.-ft front has_ a small breast pocket- an 1 fastens through -the centre This model is 'suitable for foulard, rajah, or any of the colored linens, or In-j dian-head cottons. The pattern is in i 8 to 4G bust measure j I For. 36 bust ahe requires 3 1-2 yjirds of material 27 wide, 2 1-2 j yards 36 wi 2 1-4 yards' 42 inches Price of 10 cents. the Broadway about the Raymond j Fair, Sept. 16 and 17 next. understand that his i A. Gobell leaves today for the. Buck I dry to', do such work-now. Mr. Johnson's big new barn where he has been working. for some time past. OPEN HEARTH FURNACES Sydney. Aug. The open hearth- furnaces of the N. S. Steel and Coal Company, bein down for repairs during the present month will prob- ably resume on the first of September hi full blast. and too many to be tbe prince's guard' -What can it asked Sophy in a yoke i? neavJ.j soulacaed, wuh low voice, don't tnow. Zerkovitch's arrival must be connected with the same thing. 1 think." "There! There are their shatoes coming over the rise of the cried Peter Vassip. The next moment showed the com- pany. Tbey rode in-''fours, with ser- "The baroness and Baron von Boll- geants on the flanks. The officer in colored or black br.iid. Similar braid trims The sleeves and belt; the latter hidinir the jfining of the and brandt are out 1 command was behind. The three on j "Can you give me a- fresh horse? I j the causeway could not see him yet j Thev were hussars of the king's guard, j Tbe must ride on and find the prince at Vol senL" "Ob. yes. He to the groom. "And bun? he aclded. j 'The guard's here of j "No, 'sir; they're gone with the Zerkovitcb twisted his head irritably and again looked at bis watch. "There must be .time." he said. "They can't i be here at soonest for an hour and a half." I Peter Vas-sip did riot understand him. but neither 'ot one of them thought of sending to warn the prince. If they had the thought would have been useless unless it had chimed in Tvlrh will. Twenty men could have been on them before there was time to saddle If the expedi- tion was a hostile one the castle was caught nap- Petcr ping in very truth: sprang tor- Sophy stood forward a ward pace jn front of" her com- panions. Her hnnd rest- RAILWAY SPECIAL RATES to the when I've found the He sel to bis horse was off at a gal- barred waiJ' ed on the little revolver which monseigneur had given bcr. Oi> cauie the company.- The foremost file readied within twenty yards of the 'causeway. There they baited. Half of them dismounted, eacb man as he did so intrusting his horse to his nest fellow. Half of the fifty thus left mounted repeated this operation, leav- ing the remaining1 twenty-five in charge of all the horses. Tbe seventy-five took position, four deep, on the road. They separated, lining either side. (To be continued.) Tickets on JIIGIIST 22iid to SEFOTEB 5th Final return limit. SEPTEMBER, 24th Tr.-'nsit limit ten days in. yacli direction. For full pnniculjirs-apply to nearest ngent, or 10 j. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent1, The Ladies' Store" Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block 3CC3 GILL'S lir.SFES Psris Pattern No. 3003 Corsets for the Dress -Models-that picture in a forcible way the dominant styles. Corsets for every woman-tall, short, stout or slender. Figure moulders in the greatest sense of the word. It isn't at all hard to run a few steels through a piece of batiste and coutil and label it a corset- anyone can do that. To fashion a corset that is comfortable and fulfils the functions a corset is. in- tended to, one that supports here and moulds there is a different a problem the manu- facturer of our corsets has solved to perfection. No matter what vour corset need, we "are prepared'to meet H with the best and most well known, brands that have no equal far goodness and comfort. Make sure -of the perfect-fitting oi the new fall dress by using one of these perfect models. NEWEST DIRECTOIEE MODELS The leading and most- popular stylus of the present season, made with medium bust, extra long over hips and at back., materials used are fine percales and steels guaranteed not to rust, finished with two pair of velvet grip supporters, front and sides. Prices ..........--SI-50, S2.00, S2.50 8c S3.50 MEDIUM FIGURE COR- suited the great majority of fig- ures arid which always please those not wanting the more extreme styles. Excellent value? STOUT WOMEN'S CORSETS __Jointecl at the waist line so that they cannot break, has elastic-laced gores over hips to make particularly comfortable. ?r. Allowed. Ms model, in any ma- ed with, ik'-s the of iximly tight slev- Mi All the fd.co> of which may b? d v i terial, are oname j The shawl c liar i revcrs an-J :he m J05 are finished with shiped cuffs 'o! jthe material. The doubb breasted I front, is fastened willy or cloth buttons, which ever are preferred. the pattern is in 4 6 to 12 years. For a girl of 10 years the reef- !-cy requires 3 1-4' yards of material 27 inches wide.. 2 3-S yards 36 inches wkte. '2 1-S yards 42 inches wide, or 1.5-8 -yards 54 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. Thursday's and Friday's Specially Attractive Values FINE LISLE Splendid quality ribbed goods in open or closed fronts, short or long sleeves or sleeveless. FINE LINEN TOWELLlNG-I2Xc Pure linen trash .-tnd excellent ,HEAVY Light, and medium colored stripes in heavy English Cloths, 32 in. wide. ity huck white and in. and IS in. wide. LOVELY FINE Imported English goods, absolutely free from dressing, 36 in. wide. PURE LINEN Two excellent qualities in half or full bleached, 68 and 7'2 ins. wide. ALL WOOL DRESS Fine striped serges and poplins in a- complete range of all the wanted colors. ;