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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FHE LCfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1909 PAQEJEVIN Just What You Want SOHPY OF _ New Fall Styles in Suits up. It means a lot to a man to find just the Suit or Overcoat he right style, pattern and a long and tiresome search. This is one reason why so many come to the Fit-Reform Wardrobe. They know they will find what they want, in the splendid assort- ments shown here. By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" 86 McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole. Agents for Letiibncke, MONARCH .Monarch, Sept. v to those that wait. We. waited j and this week got everything. The railroad came, to' Monarch and 'the government well drill is at the'elevators started and the citizens; erected the Monarch school district, j Going some I: guess, all in one week, j All the fields about, Monarch are j and show no signs of frost and in; ''every instance of a large yield acre. Three threshing outfits are j1 busy. and they will have' to be large elevators to accommodate the Men-; arch district contribution of -wheat. J Ethel Walter has accepted a j position in the post office and as telephone operator, and' the already j efficient service is greatly 'augment- ed. E. Bade returned from a business] trip .to Calgary. His wife, who has been visifrnc ia Claresholm, return: ed the same day. C. H. Anderson made V flying trip to the Crow's Nest V" Monarch team 'played a fast game with the McLean Quarry boys in Monarch on Saturday night. The-.game ended" a .tie, the score be- ing .Parker for the quarry play- ed exceptionally well. A dance was held in hall under the auspices of Mrs'; Clark. A good crowd attended and all ex- pressed themselves ..as pleased with the evening's entertainment. An exceptionally fine opening is here for an hotel and correspondence relative to that or any other con- templated business '.wJjll- be eheejr- fully answered if addressed to the Monarch Board of Trade. With a sudtleu impulse she put Iier hands iu his. "It's strangely good to find you here strange und so good! It gives me strength, and I want streugtb. Oh, rny friends are brave men. bur. there's some- thing in home and the same blood, I suppose." Dunstaubury thought that there was certainly something iu liavingtwo. Eng- lisluoeii about, instead of Kravohltins only, but such a blunt sentiment might not be acceptable. lie precsed her hands as he released them. "I rejoice m the chance that brings us here. You can have every confidence in Basil. He's a first rate man. But, me about yourself. We have time now, "Really, I s-flppose we haAre! Mon- seigneur has been put to sleep, but I .couldn't .sleep. Come, we'll go up on the wall." They mounted on to the city wall just by the gate and- leaned against the moldering parapets. Below lay Lake Talti moonlight, and beyond it the masses of the mountains. Yet -while Sophy talked eyes sel- dom left her once or twice he caught himself not listening, but only looking, tracing how she had grown, from Sophy Grouch In her scul- lery to this. He had never forgotten the strange girl.. Once or twice he and Basil had talked of her.: He had re- sented Lady Meg's brusque and un- ceremonious dismissal of her protege. In his memory, half overgrown, had Iain the mark on Sophy's cheek. Now here s.ne was, in Kravouia, of all places Dobrava, of all people! And what else, who knew? The train of events whici had brought this about was strange, yet his greater wonder was for the woman herself. "And here -we ended, with a woful smile. "If mbnseigneur lives I tiink we shall -win. For the moment we can do no more than hold Volsent I think we can do that. But presently, when he's better and can lead us, we shall attack Down in Slavna they won't like being ruled by the countess and. Stenovics as they expect, Little by little we shall grow stronger." Her voice rose a "At itst mon- seigneur will sit firm oa his she said "Then we'll see wtAt we can do for Kravonia, Tt's a fine country and rich. Lord Dunstanbury, and out- ride Slavna the people are good ma- terisL We shall be.; able-, to make It rery Different if monseieneur lives." if notT' he asked in a low is District Year And probably Many Will Enlarge Their Barns, Build Granaries, or Put up New Residences We have the largest stock of Building Supplies in Southern Alberta Call and get acquainted. You'll come the second time without this invitation he South Alberta Lumber Co, City Yards, south of Ellison Mills, Lcthbridgf. voice. "What is it to me except for mon- seigneur? If he Her hands thrown wide In ti gesture of despair ended her sentence. If she lived and worked for Kravonia it was for monseigneur's sake. "With- ont him, what was Kravonia to her? Such was her mood. Plainly she took no puiiiS to it irons bury. The next moment she turned to him, with a smile. "You think 1 talk strangely, saying, ''tVe'll do this and Yes, you must, and it's sudden- ly -.become strange to me to say. say it to you. because you've brought back the old things to my mind, and this is so blit of the old Grouch and Julia Robins .and But until you came it didn't seem strange. Ev- erything that has happened since I came to this country seemed to leap up to it-to bring it about naturally and ir- resistibly. 1- forgot till just now how funny it must sound to how bad, 'I'suppose. Well, you mnst accustom yourself to Kravonia. If s not Essex, you know." "If the king he asked. "1 shall be with monseigneur if he she answered. Yes, it was-'strange. Yet already, even he had known her again for half an hour, had seen her and talked to and in- sidiously it began to seem less strange, less fantastic, more: natural. Dunstan- bury had to give himself a mental shake to get back to Essex and to So- phy Grouch. Volseni set old and gray amid the hills, the king struggled with'his blood for u'fe, the beautiful woman would be with the king if arid so long as he these were the present realities he saw in vivid immediate vision. They made the shadows of the past seem hot in- deed kept all their distinct- ness of outline in in their turn fantastic and in no relation to the actual. Was that the air of Kravonia working on him or was it a woman's voice, the pallid pride of a woman's face? "In Slavna they call me a she said, "and tell terrible tales about thla little red here in Volseni tbey like and. I can win over Slavna, too, if I get the op- portunity. Ho, I shan't be a weakness to monselgneur If be lives." "You'll "His she interrupted. "Yes." She smiled almost laughefl. "That seems worst of than anything N Dunstanbury allowed himself to smile too. "Well, yes, of course that's he said. "Out of Kravonia anyhow. Whaf s true In Kravonia I really don't know yet" "I suppose it's true In Kraronia, too, but what I tell you Is wiU about me." He looked hard at her. "You lore he asked. "As my life, and said Sophy simply. At last Dunstanbury ceased to look at her. He laid his elbows on the bat- tlements and stood- there.1 his eyes roaming over the lake in the valley to the mountains beyond, Sopby left his side and began to walk slowly up and down the rugged, uneven, overgrown surface of the-walls. The moon was sinking in the sky. There would be three or four .dark hours before dawn. A man galloped up to the gate and gave a countersign in return to a. challenge; the heavy gates rolled open: he another rode out and cantered off along the road to- ward Praslok. There was watch and ward. Volseni was hot to be caught napping as Praslok had been. Wheth- er the king lived or died, his Yolsenians were on guard. Duristanbury turned his back on the hills and came up to Sophy. "We Essex folk ought to stand by one he said.- "It's the merest chance that has brought me here, but I'm glad of the chance now, and it's be- ginning to feel not the least strange. So long as you've need of help count me among your soldiers." "But you oughtn't to mil yourself "Did you act on that principle when rou came to With a smile Sophy gave him her hand. "So be it. I accept your service monseigneur." "I give It to you." he persisted. "Yes, and all that is mine I give to monseigneur." said Sophy. Any man who meets or after an in- terval of time again meets an attractive woman only to find that her thoughts are pre-empted and totally preoccupied suffers an annoyance not the less real because he sees the absurdity of it. It is to find shut gate which with better luck might have been .open. The un- usual circumstances of his new en- counter with Sophy did not save Dun- stanbury from this common form of chagrin. The tragic element in her situation gave it a rather uncommon flavor. He would fain have appeared r4s the knight errant to rescue such beauty in such distress, but the nature of the distress did not seem favorable to the proper romantic sequel. He made his offer of service to her. She assigned him to, the service of mon- seigneur! He laughed at his own an- noyance and determined to serve mon- seigneur as well as he could. At the same time, while conceding most amply even ex- cuse, he could not admire bis policy in the choice of a bride. That was doubt- less a sample of how things were 'done In KrtTonia, He lived to feel the ex- cuse more strongly and to pronounce the judgment with greater hesitation. Sophy had given him her hand again as she accepted his offer In monseign- eur's name. He had not yet released It when she was called from the street below In a woman's Tolce full of haste and alarm. "Mtrie Zcrkovltch calls me! I must fo at she "I expect mon- is awake." She hurried off, (To Be Continued.) kl SHOE POLISH Stays Shincd. Dust won't dull it Rain won't spot it. Dampproof and Keeps out moisture. .Softens and preserves the leather. Just put it on, nib two or three times with a brush or cioth and a brilliant and lasting shine results. I-No- substi- even 1 half as good. 1120 Acres Of fine Wheat Land IE 6-14 This is a beautiful bit of land and is a steam plow proposition. Within a short distance of the Lethbridge-Weyburn surveyed road. i Price V Per Acre Terms on application to T. E. PAfTESOttj LETft BRIDGE I C5TY Diamond City, Sept. 0 The iod is now turned 'from. Diamond to ;lie. C. I P. E. junction and two to see the steel at Diamond City, j We trust that this will ba accom- plished to enable the farmers to haul grain direct from the threshing ma- chines. In a few days everyone :n the sur- rounding country will be in the midst j threshing operations. Some have J already threshed and the report is that' results are good and up to the standard of quality. The blacksmith establishment of J. Morello is now open for business and the in c'.urse of con- struction Trill soon 'be opened by !Mr. S. Bosch. Almost every other day some one is stricken down with fever. At pres- ent there are three cases of typhoid and one of scarlet fever. Diamond City has now been smitten -with three dangerous -diseases in less- than a month: Diphtheria, three cases, one proving fatal; four cases of typhoid and one of scarlet fever.; This cer- tainly is a high percentage ing the population, and it is only natural that one should look around to find. the source of so much illness. Withouit .very much (searching- the source can soon be found. Having to xise water from -a river is the sewerage for a city with a pop- ulation bordering on inhabi- tants, without any filtering whatever cannot fail to produce We hope., however, that in the very near future this will be rectified, for until this is done fevers will constantly be lurking in our midst. On Saturday last .'Mrs. Nagy, gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl. The boy lived, however, only a'few The mother and, remaining' child are now doing-well. The week night service .now-- commenced again, and is-held -every Wednesday evening at eight p.m. A literary debating class is being or- ganized and -will meet Friday -even- ings p.m. All interested in this movement are heartily invited to attend. The subscription blanks for the church building fund are now out and that- a good response will be made so that operations may be commenced immediately. Oh, :the village school house, where art thou.! Thv absence is distres- BOWVILLE NEWS Sept. Lance, Srom iNova Scotia, -will wield the at the Bowville school which commences Sept. 7. Thrashing has commenced in gen- Krai in this district. Xeri Sorenson, took a load 'of new to Leth bridge gn Monday for Sauby. Mrs. Joe Williams is now %ving in'their new house, which is a very nice one. Church was well -attended 'here last Sunday. Also the children must remember Sunday school. The only townsite of Winnifred lo- cated immediately on the C. P. Ry. is the fne exclusively handled by Hatc.'i fit Coons and owned by Ran- dall McMahon. The lots in this townsite will NOT be sold at auction. Watch us grow. 225-3 AUCTION SALE "At The LABOR HALL On THURSDAY. SEPT. 9TH at 2 p. m. W. L. WILSON AUCTIONEER Two lots situated in Grasey Lake, size 25 x 125, on the property is a building 18 ft. x 30 ft. used as a res- taurant, also a snack 10 x 18, all double boarded. These will be sold either separately or together. Terms cash; balance to suit purchaser. Further particulars maybe had from W. L. WILSON Auctioneer. Office: Cor. Rord and Glyn Streets. Telephone 189. Residential I School for It 71 Healthy tion. fireproof College School Port Hope, Ont ing Boys prepared for the Royal Military College, and BniineHk Special attention to younger Next term Tuesday, Sept 14. t apply to Uu HaOmtXtr V ttWAU MMf. M.A. POUT ttrr. AN ENVIABLE RECORD" The G-arbutt Business lege, Stafford Block, has only been established In. city a little over half a year and already has won theA confidence of the community to such' an extent that it is enabled to guar- antee positions to its grad-a uates. For .information or, t- free prospectus phone or Prtn- write ''Geo. J. Schmidt, cipal. A COLLEGE Phone 263 P. O. Box 129 1 The University of Alberta STRATHCONA, ALBERTA S _ Matriculation Examinations September, 21st. Classes open Sep- tember 28th. V- e Courses offered leading A. and B. Sc. S.I Teaching -will be given in. 1909 -in 1st, 2nd, 3rd years in Arts and'" 1st and 2nd years in Applied ,_ Calendars on application. For particulars write the President of the University. SUNDIAL Sundial, Sept. and Miss Engen and Mrs. A. CR. Rose and, baby 'Mae and Mr and Mrs. Flobert and family called on Mrs. W. Con- nor and spent a very enjoyable after- noon 'Sunday. The well diggers are to be seen busy on Mr. Soren Knutson's place and the carpenter, Mr. Vunce, has the contract to build his residence. Bom on Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krogle a bouncing baby boy. Mother and child are doing fine. Mrs. D. F." Pound and Mrs. Logan were at Sundial on Saturday. Dr. Woodcock is very busy these Mr. Connor is at last fortunate. He has 06 feet of water in his well. "Threshing has commenced in the eastern part of our district. Among those who have threshed are D. F., Pound and Mr. Flobert. but the grain! did not yield as well as was expect- j ed. j Mrs. A. P. Rose called on Mrs.; Tonge Saturday. Mr. Engen and Thomas Knutson wire in Lethbridge last week on busi- ness. Mrs. Greo. Logan was on the sick list last week. She had a .severe cold but is now better. Theo. Anderson and A. Swinhart were among those who went thresh- ing last week. Another group o1 men. pasaed through Sundial in an auto on their way to the Bon Coal Mine which so many are interested in looking over! its prospects. Mr. Hancock and his son, who live north of Sundial, went to Lethbridge on Friday. Mr. Wiest, 'on Sec. 4-14-19 gave a dance at his place Friday evening. The Latest Styles Shapes IN FALL MILLINERY Now on Display at L. and J. McLeay Redpatli Street NTED Bridge Carpenters and Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS, Tiie leita Railwsr and irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. ;