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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fME DAILY HERALD. JTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, ItOl SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked foccKit iderstood that the new owner intends to considerably enlarge the building by an addition on the- cast side, 'which greatly both to its appearance capacity. There will be no change1 in its management. ROSEMEAD NEWS Ko.semead, Sept. like most ol' the other localities in .Sunny Southern Alberta, claims to be sec- KRAVONIA By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" THE ALEXANDRA CAFE Theonlj White "Restaurant-in ibo city. It costs no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least possible cost to" our many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners 25c. 30c. 35c. 40c. 4oc. and 50c, includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. -MU-RRAY, Prop- Corner Round and Dutferin Streets OF THE NOT STIRLIKC NEWS COALDALS, Sept. 3.4l- C. Fish, late Li Medicine Hat, has opened a bar-t The neighbors superiors. For a couple of months on? of Henry Charter's cows had two calves suck-ing he" besides her own. Three cahvs doing' well on one cow is somewhat the climax was reached after the mother of an- other sucking calf was sold. The lusty youngster scorned the new-fangled, modern method or ealt- raising. and fled at the sight of a milk pail. But when he saw the trio of 'his companions with plenty and to spare, he took the vacant place and since'then the'thriving--quartet t think there isn't a better place to live or a- better mother this side of the line. Much''of the stacking .is done in this vicinity, and various estimates are beiiig about how many bus- j to the acre the grain will go. Many of the homesteaders are pre- paring to go with the threshing rigs. The new school house is nearly completed and can be seen for miles Mistitch's escort were in no mood to' wait for this operation, nor to stay and suffer the anger of the king. With their leader's fall the last of heart out of them. Wrenching themselves free from such of the Volseuians aa sought to arrest their flight, they turn- ed their horses' heads and fled, one and all for Slavna. The king's men tempted no pursuit They clustered around the spot where he lay. "I'm be said to Sophy, "but not badly, I think." From the castle door, down the way. came Marie Zerkovitch. weeping passionately, wringing her hands. soldiers parted their close ranks to let her through.' She came to the roadside where Sophy supported monseigheur'i head upon 'her knees. Sophy looked up and saw her. Marie did not speak: She stood there, sobbing and wringing her hands over Sophy and of Samuel Cramer, ber shop on the north, side of First Sept. l.-Scnool opened avenuc ,about half way between Front on SepV 1, Miss Abercrombie, of taskiwin, being our new teacher. streets_ He intends to ..put kiwin, being our new teacher. pool rOona and bowling alley as Cokely and wife have returned the tables can be procured. who died in the hospital at Leth- bridge last week, shocked and stack- ed his grain. Much sympathy is felt for the widow in her sad bereave- ment. The community has cm-. isoon as tne 'tau.ifcK> -ue. '.after spending several weeks in Se- j glee Accommodations fcave been j SOO9' i -u-__isteadi settle. Mr. Dixon f .limited, that Mr. has been Deader Mr. Dixon and J. Caperhart, .ot ,compglled to put an addition" to the Lethbridge, visited Coaldale and took restaurant and rooming .a few photos of town industrious, obligin GOING TO TAKER _ house. A. Knapp is busy hauling and ship- j _M0ore has ut in a large re- J> ing bis wheat to market. frigerator. put in a He intends tot build an ice CARDSTON NOTES Sept. farmers on j ducks. Some of 11 brahcli of the A. It. duc-k. shooters foav Cardston -the Kimball Are rejoicing 10 see the large gang of -workmen preparing the road for traf- The camp of tbe laborers is sit- uated at Haley. About _ forty men .are at vrork on the L. H. Jeliff, of Haley, was in town yesterday. His large crop "is about (house of his own to be completed in time for the season. I Stirling Lake is simply covered with the enthusiastic shooters have built themselves a boat which saves many a wade after fallen ducks. Miner) W. G-.. Wilson has resigned his posi- tion with the International to accept the position, of general manager of the Consolidated .Coal Mining Co., Taber. Mr. Wilson was with, the in- ternational in its infancy and has-re- mained with it until the daily output is over three thousand tons. Many regret that -a man of Mr. Wilson's ability _ has severed his connection I with the mines here. Sophy sup- ported his -Raymond, Sept, Craven and W. Rouse drove into Lethbridge .to- CJLOUD ON HONEYMOON all harvested. The grain all through I day. -tbe Raley district is good, excepting I Mr. Craven is leaving here for Ed- Young Couple'1 Married in Cranbrook few weedy farms. Three-fourths of jmonton to join .1 eanne Russell j are Divorced in Spokane ___ r the harvesting is rtone in thai ,itv Messrs. Harris and Salmon started S. S., Newton, after three years' I threshing today, .effort, has succeeded in organizing a Philamonic "choral society. The so- ciety comprises members from Ray-j Macleod. Sept. can cer- mond, Magrath and Cardston. It snovv the way when it coines rowing oats, for A. J. Hatch has MACLEOD NEWS to hold monthly practices one of the towns. We may expect of hear some excellent singing ...which this organization during'the comim season. seventy-five acres of .shoulder high bef0re 'the News) stood and which is ex- j.pected 10 yield .'eighty bushels per [acre. .That's sure going some. Friends of Malcolm McKenzie will be glad to know that he is corisider- Local labor circles will be greatly i ably .better and is now able to sit up .interested in the organization of the and receive friends', and frbnv what Jledicine Hat Typographical Union, we hear may soon be seen burning up was receivedj the roads in a 'devil wagon imported International i from a neighboring town torhisspec- JSTo. 451. The chai-ter -this week from, the (Hosroer Times) A matrimonial complication which began at Cranbrook, culminat- ad Friday last in Spokane, Wash., suit, for absolute 'divorce. The principals in the mysterious affair are R. S. Oakley, son of a Spokane capitalist, and the young was formerly Miss Marion Kimmons. Over a month. ago the couple, be- cause of strenuous objections to the bride-elect by young Oakley's par- ents, went to Cranbrook where, on -July 26. they were united in mar- riage by Bev. Charles 0. Main. They returned ,to Spokane, where .the bride gsoom imrcediately took up his resi- dence with bis 'parents, while his bride ot a, hours went to her home. new under That afternoon, an hour after the first of the straggling rout of Mis- titch's escort came inv King Alexis died sud- denly! So ran the offi- cial notice, indorsed by Dr. NatchenTs high att- uvr b-ovb -_, head onhcr tbority. The coterie wert knee. in up to .their They could not go back now. They must go through with it Countess EJ-- lenburg took to her knees. and Stafnitz held long Every point of tactical Importance to" the city was occupied by troops. SlaY- na was silent .expectant' curious. Marfcart woke at 5 o'clock, heayy head, dry in the mouth, sick and IB. He found, himself no longer in king's suit, but in one of the apart- ments which Stafnitz bad occupied. He was all alone. The door stood open. He understood that be was no a prisoner. He knew that the king fnur dead.' But who else was dead, and tliye, and who king in Slavna? He forced himself to rise and nnr- ried through the corridors of the pal- ace. They were deserted- There nobody to hinder him, nobody of whom to ask a question- He saw a decanter of near the door of one Tobin and drank freely of it Then he made his way into the garden. saw men streaming over the bridge to- ward Slavna and hastened after them as quickly as be could. His head still hi a maze. He remembered noth- ing after drinking the glass of which Lepage the valet had given him, but he was possessed by a strong ex- tttement and ne followed obstinately n tho whMi Alexis as king. For un Uoui Steiiuvics had made a show of demurring; then bowed to the national will. That night young Alexis enjoyed more honor than he had asked of Lepage the valet was called not prince, but majesty. He was king in Slavna. and the first to which they set his childish was the proclamation of a state 1 of siege. j Slavua chose him willingly or be- 1 cause it must at the, biuuiag of the soldiers, but Volseni was of another i mind. They would not have the Ger- i man woman's son to reign over them, i Into that faithful city the wounded king threw himself, with all his friends; The body of Mistitch lay all day and all night by the wayside. Next morn- jing at dawn the king's grooms came back from Volseni and buried it under a clump of trees by the side of the lane j running down to Xake Talti. Their curses were the only words spoken over '.the. grave, and they flattened the earth level with the ground again that none j might know where the man rested who had lifted his hand against their master. The king was carried to Volseni sore stricken. They did not know whether he would live or die. He had a dan- gprous wound, in the lungs, and. to i make matters worse, the surgical skill available at Volseni was very primi- tiVe. I But in that regard fortune brought aid and brought also to Sophy a strange conjecture of tbe new life with the old. The landlord of the ion sent word to IJukovltch that two foreign gentlemen had arrived at his house that after- noon and that the- passport of one of them described him as a surgeon. The landlord had told him how things stood. and he was anxious to render help. 'It was Basil Williamson. Dunstaii1 bury and he, accompanied by Henry .Brown, servant had Teaehed Volseni that day on their re- (turn from a tour in the Crimea and around the shores of the sea of Azof- FARMERS! Before buying.a new wagon for the coming harvest you should see the NEW MOLINE, FAIRCHILD and NEW DEAL WAGONS Highest Grade Lowest Prices Hyde Saunders Office and Warehouse COP. ForiS anil GempfesH Streets Ptone 24i out it was a pleasant moonlit night the old street was very quaint, the crisis he had happened on bizarre and amusing. He smoked his cigar and Typographical Union headquarters at j ial benefit.. Indianapolis, duly signed by'James j There may be "nothing >L. Lynch, president, J. W. Hays sun." but certainly old things Secretary-treasurer. 'may he made Over. for bohold a- "The wedding will take place atjchaiiirr from a shooting galleiv to a'j seven o'clock this, evening at St. Bar-I biscuit shooter's paradise, and thus mabas church of Ttfarguer-JMacleoil gets a new restaurant in the J ite Webb, sister of Mrs. W. F. Foster plai-c of the late shooting ffallery, Montreal street.'to Mr. A. HcCarterJ located just behiird the We supt..of the American Oil Co., at! are told that it will he impossible to Pincher Creek. The ceremony will be get cv, n half shot here, performed by Kev.-'E. C. Clarke. I Changes seem the- ordt-r of the day Thus the marriage was kept a sec- ret until the court records divulged of the proceed- the ings for divorce. COXSTABLE WILSON DEAD A pretty wedding took for one of stand-bys. it the residence of Mr. jthe Macleod'-Supply' Co., has seen fit 'G-allup, Braemar street, on Wednes- to make considerable alterations, which have been made in their inter- afternoon at five o'clock, when was the The only daughter, Miss Ima. married to William Stewart, of -firm of Bevnolds Stewart. Kootenay Loses, a Faithful Of- ficer and a Gentleman (Cranbrook Herald') I-ast Monday afternoon Joseph Wilson, who has been provincial con stable at Creston for the .past twelve years, was brought to the Sranbrook hospital for treatment. Unfortunate- ly his case had advanced so far that. ior fixings with the result that best value your money will ring me up on Phone 201. Coal delivered C.O.D.; WM. TAYLOR ....WITH.. iJAS, i' Satisfaction Guaranteed I PHONE 289 Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone ISO ;