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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LrfMBRlDQE DAILY HgRALD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I EVERYBODY ENJOYS II A CUP OF PAGE SALADA" Sold only in sealed lead-packets At all grocers 40c, 50c, and 60c per pound TEA SOHPY OT pVONIA By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS LAUDER WON Vancouver, Sept. 17. Billy Lauder, the former Calgary .boxer got a close decision over Eddie Marino, of Se- attle, at North Vancouver, last night in a 15 round bout. Marino 'had a good uppercut to the stomach, but -the Scotchman was best in the latter There was some iaction. with Referee Hewitt's decis- ion. Frankie Neil will fight Laudex next week. -INVITE ENGLISH BOWLERS Toronto; Sept. Colin Postiewaite on behalf of the Ontario Bowling Association today mailed in- vitations to Old Country bowlers to .-send to Canada next summer -composed of sir rinks, or more. drama in four acts. The story was .thai.of the true love and self sacri- fice of heroic manhood, and the just deserts that came' to a deep dyed villain. The parts brought forth the emotional and realist side of life, and each actor and actress was an ar- tist oin their execution of the story of love. The special favorites were Milla La. Tena Downie and Leroie Ransclall, while the hero won the heart of the audience and received liberal The specialties were the best and vaudeville. of the best type was presented between acts. Some excellent -juggling by a king in .that line, and an acrobatic stunt of exceptional nature -delighted the crowded tent' and altogether" the. show was one of'the best for the mon- ey, witnessed in the Re- gina Leader, Tuesday, June 22, 1909. Will exhibit at Lethbridge, Wednes- day, 22, under ou-r big j.'water- tent. Prices 25c- and 50c. BASEBALL RESULTS At Philadelphia 2; Detroit 5. At "Washington 10; St. Louis 1. At New, 'Cleveland) 0: New York 10. National Pittsburg 6; Brooklyn 3. At 1; New York 4. Eastern Buffalo 3; Montreal 8. Rochester 11; Toronto 3. Providence 4; Baltimore 1. Wins Easily At Tennis 'Newport, Sept. J. Clothfer, who won national champion- ship three years ago after defeating arl -H. Behr in the final for all com- ers in straight sets, met Behr again on the championship couort and show- eci.his superiority, although 'this time fonr sets were required! v Behr .took Set easily, but after that the numerous poinls which he earned were more than offset by his frequent "nets" and "outs" where- as Clothier played steadily through- out. or smile. He didn't hesitate then- he jumped up. crying: 'To the barges, to the barges! Follow "We all followed. It was just as safe to go with him as to stay where you were. We made a dash for it and got to the bank of the "river. Then they rose ont of the ,ditch in front of "and they were at us behind, steel now. They daren't shoot for fear of hitting their own people In our front But the idea of a knife in your back Isn't pleasant and In the end more of our men turned to meet them than went on with the colirael. I on with him, though. I'm always for: the safest place If there's one safer than another. But here there wasn't so I thought I might as well do the proper thing." We met them right by; the water's edge, and the made out witch herself, in sheep- skins like the rest of them, white as a bat with that infernal mark ab- solutely blazing. She was between Pe- ter Vassip and a tall man I'didn't found out afterward that he was the Englishman the three came straight at us. She cried, "The king, the and behind as we. heard Lukovitcb and his lot cry- ing. The king, the "Our fellows didn't like It thats.tht truth. They were uneasy In their minds about that job of poor old Mt- stitcn's, and they feared the witch llkt the devil. The heart was oat of them. One lad near me burst A witch and a ghost didn't seem pleasant things to fight Oh, it was afi non- but you know what fellows llkt that are. Their cry of 'The and the sight of the woman caused a mo1- menf s hesitation. It was enough- to give them, the us. But the colonel never hesitated. He flung him- j self "straight and jlred as I sprang. I just saw what happened be-1 fore I got a crack on the crown of the head from the bntt end of a rifle which j knocked me out of time. As the colonel' fired Peter. Vassip flung himself in front of .her and took the bulletin his j own body. Dunstanbury jumped right': A Gathering It was noon before all their work was done. The barges were settling in the water. As they started to ride back to Volseni the tirst sank. The second was soon to follow it. "We our work." Mid Luko- vitch. And Sophy answered. "Yet." But men had not carried ihfl body__of their tack. They left It In the barn, cursing him for the trap be had led them Into. Later in the day the panic stricken loot keeper stole oat from the cellar where he had hidden himself and found it in the barn. ,He and'his wife lifted it with cursings, bore it to the flung It In. It was carried over the welt and floated down to Slavna. They fished It out with a boat- hook just opposite Suleiman's tower. The hiDt. to Captain Sterkoff was a broad He reported a vacancy in tbp command and the keys of the Tort to General Stenorlcs. It was San- day morning. "The colonel has got back Just when be said be would. But where are the New York, Sept. Preparations .1 for the reception of Dr. Frederick A. Cook are already under way in this city, and the inltdative was taken, by the no time ,in sending to Copen-! Hudson-Fulton celebration and' thty; hagcn the following despatch. i will have the opportunity of congrmt- "The Explorers' Club heartily con- ulaiting Dr. Cook in person. 1 i gratulates you on your splendid Both of these messages were seat' achieveinent.' to the American Legation. The, xnftm- Explorers' Club, E. Peary, now on a Xorthjrary, Henry Collins Walsh, asked Dr. vited to participate in the banquet. Pole, is the president. The Cook if he would be able to be pres-' and it is expected that many of them members proceeded on the basis thatjent at a banquet to be givrn. in his will attend. Dr. Cook was formerly if Hr. Peary "were ih the city that he honor on Sept. 30. There will at president of the Explorers' Club, .and himself would be .the first to congrat- ulate. Dr. Cook, and therefore they of which Mr. Another message, sent by the secre- bers of Arctic Club were that time be many distinguished ex-iin the Arctic Club are many of hit plorcis in the city on account of the' personal friends. It wot noon before all their work done.' on the colonel, cut him on the arm 80 "THE GIRL I LOVE" Andrew McPheeV big tent a well company, pre- senting up to date melodramas, 'open- their first performance in Regina yesterday and played to a crowded Chouse. This is MePhee's annual tour, and the people of the West axe always satisfied that Ms shows are "the best of their kind and without a tinge of vulgarity. The bin. last night was "'The "Girl I a thrilling raelo- t The Coaldale I Restaurant has again changed hands. The I say they are putting up Menus and Ser- that will brings r patrons urnhs of flat capped soldiers begin to wind like a great snake over the sum mit of St Peter's pass. Sophy watched them through a telescope from the old wall of Volseni "Our work is done. Monseigneur has mightier.avengers." she said. asked General Stenoyics o Captain Markart The captain had by now made up his mind which' turn tc take- that he dropped his revolver and gap- 'i But no power ensued to Stenovics pled with him. Duhstanbury At the best bis fate was a soft his sword, and the colonel's wasn't j Jail on to a cushioned shelf. The cup drawn. It was just a tussle. They j of" Kravohia's iniquity, full with the were tussling when the blood came prince's murder, brimmed over with flowing down into my eyes from the j the punishment of the man who.had wound on my head. I couldn't see any- caused it The fight by the lock of thing more; I fainted. Just as I went! Miklevni sealed Kravonia's fate. Civi off I heard somebody cry 'Hands upT lization must be vindicated! Long col and I imagined the fighting'was pretty over." The fighting was over. One scene re- mained which Rastatz did not see. When Colonel Stafnitz, too, heard the call "Hands- when the firing stop- ped and all became quiet he ceased to struggle- Dunstanbury found him sud- denly changed to a log beneath him. ..His already- on the. colo- nel's throat and he could have stran- gled him now without .difficulty. But when Stafnitz no longer tried to fend himself he loosed his hold_ got up and stood over him with his, hand on the revolver in his belt Tfie fingered his'throat a minute, sat up, looked round and. rose to his feet Ha saiv Sophy standing before him. By net side Vassip lay on the ground, tended by Basil Williamson and one of his comrades. Colonel Stafnitz bowed to Sophy with a smile. "I forgot you, said Staf- nitz. "I didn't forget she answered. r- He looked round him again, shrug- ged iiis shoulders and seemed to think for a moment There was an absolute stillness, a contrast to. the preceding turmoil. But the silence made uncom- fortable men whom the fight had not shaken. Their eyes were set on Staf- nitz. 'The prince died in fair fight" he said. "No. You sent Mistitch to murder 'Sophy replied. Her eyes were relentless, and Stafnitz was ringed round with enemies. "I apologize for this embarrassment I really ought to have been killed. It's just a mistake." he said, with a smile- He turned quickly to Dunstanbury: "You seem to be a gentleman, sir. Pray come "with me. I need a wit- ness." He pointed with kis unwounded hand to the barn. Danstanbcry bowed assent colonel in his tarn bowed to Sophy, and the two of them turned and walk- ed off toward the bare. Sophy stood V forgave Sophy its dead and wounded sons. Her popu- larity blazed op in a last fierce, flickering fire. The guns were taken; they would go to Slavna; they would never batter the walls of Vol- seni into fragments. Slavna might be defied again. That was the great thing to Volseni. and it made little account of the snakelike line which crawled over St Peter's pass and down to Do- bra va and on to Slavna, Let bated with that! And if the snake or another came to Volseni? Well, that was better than knuckling 'down to Slavna. Tonight King Sergius was avenged, and Queen Sophia had returned in victory! For the first time since the king's death the of the ancient church rang joyousV- and men sang and feast- ed in the gray city of the hills. Thirty from Volseni had beaten a hundred from Slavna; the guns were at the bot- tom of the Krath; it "was enough. If Sophy had bidden them, they would hare streamed down on Slavna that night in one of raids in which their forefathers of middle ages to swoop upon the them until they PIain- if MOVING (PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Hazel Bidette Child Song and Dance Artist La Selle and Lind Premier Club Jugglers PRICES i5c AND 25c PICTURES 1 Quarryman 2 Rubber Heels 3 Porapy's Dream 4 Mischievous Kids Continuous Performance UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block turned thft corner; then she fell on her knees and began to talk soothingly to Peter Vassip. who was hard hit, bat. in opinion, promised to do well. Sophy was talking to the poor fellow when the sound of a revolver single from the barn. Colonel Stafnitz had corrected the mistake. Sophy did not raise ber head. A. moment.later Dunstanbury caine back and rejoined them. He ex- changed a look with Sophy, inclining his aead as a man does in answering "Yes." Then she rose, "Now for the barges and the she said, They could not carry the guns back to Volseni, nor. indeed, was there any use for them there now. But .neither were mon- seigneur's guns the enemies of monseigncnr. Under Lukovitcn's skill- ed directions (his wound proved slight) the big guns were so disabled as to remain of little value and the barges taken out into midstream and there scuttled with their car- goes. While one party pursued this work Dnn- stanbury made the prison- ers collect'tbeir wounded and dead, place them on a wagon and set out on their march to. Slavna. Then his men placed their dead on horses. They had lost three. Five were wounded besides Pe- ter Vassip, but none of them severely; all could ride. For Peter they took cart from the farm to convey him as far as tfce ascent to the hills. Up that he would have to be carried by his comrades. But Sophy had no delusions. She saw ber that fleeting 'phantom ornament fitly foreseen in the visions of a passing from -her -brow without a sigh. She h'ad not needed Dunstanbury's arguments to prove to her that thc-re was no place for her left in Kravonia. She w.-is content to have it so: she had done enough. Sorrow had not from her face, but serenity had come upon it in fuller measure. She had struck for mon- seignear, and the blow" was witness to her love. It was enough in her and enough in little Volseni. Let the might- ier avengers 'do the rest! She had allowed Dunstanbury to leave her after supper In order to make preparations for a start, to. the frontier at dawn. "You must1' certainly she had said, "and perhaps I'll come with you." A.. She went at night up on to the wall, always her favorite place. She loved the spaciousness of air and open coun- try before her there- Basil Williamson found her deep in thought when he came to tell her of the progress of the wounded. "They're all doing well, and Peter Vassip will live. Dunstahbury has made him promise to come to him when he's recovered, so- you'll meet him again at all events. And Marie and her husband talk of settling in Paris. You won't lose all friends." "Yon assume that I'm coming with yon tomorrow 'Tm quite safe in assuming that Dunstanbury won't go unless you be answered, smiling. "We can't von alone von know." (Continued from Front Page.i Sugar Co., had there the Ihiest array meat that the poultry show was the best made in. Alberta-smce the pro- vincial show in Calgary. Jt had the Lethbri'dge show beaten by a long way. The Buff Orpingtons in both old and young birds were very strong H. A. Jones being the exhibitor of "Suffolk Punches everseen together birds w'ere of excellent quality in Canada. The showing Judging the Barred Plymouth Percherons was very light, and the entries in the lighter horses were not very numerous. To speak of the dif- nruch ferent horses -would take too space. The largest''exhibitors were the Brimhall Bros., who-had Shires 'besides colts at the show, ar! with .them, took twelve" firsts and one third. The .sarce -.bunch, when shown at Lethbridge o ok nine firsts, eight seconds, five thirds and three spec- Bocks ithe judges recognized famous strain and upon enquiry of the own- er. TI. A. Jones, found that he had got the eggs from E. B. Thompson, poultryman of Amenia. the pen he had at the undoubtedly a very fine lot of pullet being a bird that will be hard to beat. Rhode Island Reds were well represented. D Meldrum the principal ex- the Y., and show were ials. From the splendid 'four-year-old hibitor of tkis kind. There -was also stallion that heads the stud to, the a fair collection of White Leg- fine young colts that: were prize-win-j horns> the young birds being much ners every time shown yet, the whole beUer than the older ones. The bronze turkeys werr- particularly good bunch is one of which, the owners are justly proud. They that is a very 'fine animal and taken prizes in Europe and the Unit- have one mare i hasiat the same land the ducks that took the prizes were on hand doing over" again. For the tables. perfect carrots, both red and white. fine large watermelons and equask alongside of fine pumpkins, com and even Jerusalem- artichokes, were in abundance. The best oi all the samples of potatoes. Both the pink, Earlj -King, and the white, Emigrant, were fine, -large, smooth t potatoes texture. The, grower of both, .P. Glover, took Va great many other prizes for vegd- Upstairs Exhibit" Upptairs in the hall were the ladies' work and the school exhibits, as well as the fruits and flowers. The f col- lection of flowers was small but very choice, the dozen or more boquets of gladioli being remarkably fine. In fruits were very creditable ex- iiibits of raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries and ctir- rants. The exhibit of school work showed that the youth of Raymond are making rapid progress in draw- ing and writing, while the collection obnoxious weeds and weed seeds was very good indeed. One progressive ed States, as well as at several large best all.-round showing of poultry. Vr. j youth in drawing the map of fairs in Canada. BrimhaU Bros. Birie of Magrath probably deserv-' ported -some of their stock H. A. Jones was strong in the Knight Sugar Co., and through Buff Orpingtons and Barred Eocks. T. B. Jenkinson of Medicine Y" hereafter after their own Eocks> wnlle had the best Buff Jones of Leth- stock. bri'dge ing birds. a good many prize-winn- western provinces and the boundaries of .Manitoba extended to the Hudson Bay in such a way as would even Hon. P. Roblin. fJfo did mark the discoveror of the North Pole. Recent Importations H i Grain Taken all rouad the exhibition wan The recent importations of _ excellent and a credit to the corn- Knight Sugar Co. came in for a lot' The grain exhibit was somethingjmunity. It is the hope of the ener- of praise and admiration. Of these worljh mentioning. There'were nine getic directorate to surpass it .next year and have weather such as will encourage the people to turn out to see it. T Among- the notable visitors at the fair were Hon. W. T. Finlay, minis- ter of agriculture for Alberta H. G-reig- of Winnipeg, the western re- presentative of the Dominion Stock Comm ssioner, and H. Craig, of Edmonton, -superintendent of Fairs and Farmers' Institutes for" Alberta. the Suffolk Punches were most at- sacks of Alberta Rod of this year's tractive. In one class Mr. Knight crop and all were excellent bamples. showed seven three-year-old raares The Fife was not so large a class and there was little to pick among but the three samples-shown them. As a bunch they weie about stated to be better than the standard 1 Northern. The sheaf grain was keeping with the threshed product, oats were fully as good, while as fine a lot of horses as one could wish to see, and are u decided -ac- fa quisition to the horse business of J' Southern Alberta. When thi Suffolk the showing of grasses and alfalfa Punch stallion' was brought into the was vcry creditable, ring, D. G..Robertson, of High Class Vegetables Edmonton told the director in charge There was some class to the dis- to "give him seven or eight play of vegetables. As for col- and he looked .worthy to carry them or. shape, texture and taste, "they all- A six-year-old thoroughbred Be labelled A 1. The tomatoes ion that Mr. Knight had purchased both ripe and green, were very fine who in indeed and lots of them. famous weighing as high as 17 pounds and (To Be Continued 'rom'-Mrv.Mabee' of Toronto, turn had 'got him from the breeder. Johnson, of Xashville. Tenn.. >s hard AS rocks, sugar beets in abun caused lots of comment and the- opm- dance of regulation on was freely expressed that there ........_. was not a better horse of his kind in the province. This spring the Sugar, O. imported sixty-seven horses from the Old Country. Some of these, .ave been sold to other dealers and j armers. J, B. Ririe bought a two- year-old Clydesdale that is a marvel or size and is well built as well. Al- j ready he stands nearly seventeen hands high and guesses are already j ieing entered as to what size he will' ie when full grown. The animal was! raised by the Sutherland. i Ed- Hodges of .Magrath pins hiSj aith to the Clydes and he has a j junch while. His four-year-! Id stallion was a prominent con- ender at .the' Lethb'ridgc fair and is; x fine ajiimal. He -has a three-year-; Id mare that is a noted prize-win- er, having wen first at the Toronto -Torso Show and at Regina as well as Lethbridge this year. Mr. Hodges as a very fine team of young -mares hat will a whole lot of heating. n the team-to-wagon class they took the money against very-strong com-' petition of Percherons and Shires. In addition to. what he exhibited himself' Mr. Hodges, like Mr. Knight, had ihe pleasure of seeing horses that ho had sold taking in- cluding those owned by C. D. Fox. Mr. ap-d Meeks Bros. i Other Live Stock Outside of the horses, the showing of live stock was light. There were a! few good short horns and a couple of'. Jersey cows. The were rep re-j sentcd by r, couple of pens of Shrop-: shires and as many Ramboullets. j both of good quality, while one lone-1 ly hog carried all the honors coming i to the sxvinc. j Fine Poultry Show E. X. Barker, of Edmonton, one of the judges, is authority for the stato- X ASK PEARY Halifax. .Sept. Strath- cona, Lord Charles Beresford and Cabbages Commander R. E. Peary nave been. invited to be present at the opening of the exhibition hero, a week from size and shape, tomorrow, Saturday. Ladies are Invited to Study the Styles in :-Autumn Millinery-: Now on display at our Millinery Parlors This year we have an exceptionally large assortment of Hats of OUR OWN DESIGN Our.tiew display of Trimmed and Tailored Hats is Larger than Ever and J. McLeay Redpath Street The New Steam Laundry With its New and Modern Machinery does Splendid Work. If you have not tried it yoii will be delighted with the work if you send a trial bundle. Our Phone number and our Post Office address is Box 477. We call for Jui< deliver all bundles. Let us ciall for YOUR next bundle Lethbridge Laundry Co. C. S. FARROW, Manager ;