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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRiDOE PAILY HERALD. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1909. PAQESCVIN r OUR LETTER BOX. i tt A WHAT ABOUT THIS 44 t Lethbrbidge, Alta.. Sept. 27, 1909. Will you kindly publish the following: In order to make the following re- _i_.. T would here Ultuna state- probably everybody al- ready knows. Our water supply for this city is drawn from the river through the gravel bed underlying what is commonly known as the river bottom and is gathered into a well just at the rear of the upinp house, 'from which it is pumped into the mains and stand pipe. Now this well is situated just about 150 feet from the new main sewur line which' is being put through, or just over the same gravel bed from which our water is drawn It is true that the seepage from' the sewer may have to travel some 100 feet through the loose shale and gravel "before mixing directly with the wa- IQT biit- it appears to be possible to NEW FALL COA7S For the Children in Bear Fur and Corduroy Also a Very Pretty Display of Bear Fur Carriage Pockets L. and J. McLeay Eedpath'Street A Novelization of the Play of the Same Name Copyright, 1905. by American Frets Association By BOOTH TARKLNGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON winter Months lessly. "Of course It's so, replied the other, shaking him vigorously by the shoulder. "Wake up, can't you? Ifs worth "fifteen thousand a year to Pike turned quizzical eyes, upon hia friend the letter he held in his hand. "Much obliged to you, he said, "I guess I'm kind of upset today. Got a letter here me a-little. I'm thinking of going away for a spell." "Going ejaculated his friend; 'with wide eyes. "Going away! "1 guess I'll take a trip across the replied Pike dreamily. "Al- ways wanted to, see those foreign parts, those Venlc.es and Romes and j Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 T. A. E A S T O N Cleaning That is Cleaning FRENCH DRY CLEANING theLatest for cleaning Ladies and Gent.'s Clothing. All work guaran-. teed. Let us know and the waggon will call. Room 1, Whit- ney-block., J. HL WAGGENER. Expert Cleaner. Tea Years' Experience. CROWN CLEANING AND DYE WORKS: Londons. Must be .a queer tribe over i tbere, Tom. Not much like us plain j folks here, 'eh? Lots of high and mighty dakes and earls and things and coats of arms and crowns and coaches with white horses, Tom Perkins sat down in a chair with a gasp of astonishment. He stared at his friend with frank amaze- ment written on his face and opened bis mouth twice before his lips formed the words. he said at last. he replied. "Say, Tom, you remember Jim Oooley? They sent 5im over there, didn't they? Made him vice consul or something over in London? I'd maybe get a chance to j see Jim and talk to him j old times." His voice died down, and he regarded the wall again. "Never happened to hear of folks over there of the. name Haw- castle, he went on. "i don't know what sort of business they are in. but 1 guess they're well to do. Never happened to hear of them, Perkins shook his head, and Pike went on: "Maybp I'll write to Jim Cooley and ask him about these people. Jim 'd be likely to know 1 guess. Vice con- sul must be a pretty big bug over there." asued ferKtns suddenly. "Sort of." answered Pike quietly. "I don't know that I'd call it just that, i'o-haps rh? trip would be a change anyway. And I'd to see this man "SEE'S GOfNG- TO MARRY TBS ALUEKIQ ST. A.TJBYS" "T used to know somebody that sang ago." snid Pike quietly. "I used to hear Simpson whistle it years before he and left all that money TO me- for those two kids. turned suddenly and traiia- fised his friend u-ith an accusatory vrould yon think of a guardian that doesn't Perkins re.cftrdfd him rebelllously. "Depends on whose guardian he la and whether the guardees want aim to attend to business or not. If you're talking about those kids of Johrj Simp- son's, I'd say you've done about all you could be expected to. You've kept the money together, haven't you? "Where does this Hawcastle i You've made it grow. You've sent it asked Perkins. j along there. What more "England. Got a house he calls H'awcastie Sail." "What about the K. and asked Perxins suddenly. j "I guess the K. and Qe. wiii have to j wait awhile." i Perkins stood up resolutely and faced could any one -'Maybe that isn't enough." "When are those two coming went on Perkins. "Why don't they come back and spend money where it was "I don't believe, they're coming back his friend. ''There's something wrong with you, he said emphatically. "There's something mighty wrong. It ain't like you to go running off this wny less there's something behind it." He stopped, for Pike was whistling softly to himselt, whistling like the man who is striving to recall some tune that is only half forgotten. Then he turned to Perkins. "Remembt-r that old tune. ho 'Sweet "Get snapped Perkins. "That's a million years old. Why don't you keep tip to date if you're.going in for music? What do you care about 'Sweet soy i right replied Pike. "Things EtheL in a big garden hat. sort of seem to attract 'enroTer there, It must be a mighty fine place." replied Perkins disgustedly. "What's the matter with Kokomo? Why don't that come back home and marry and settle down? Tell me that." Pike smiled qoeerly. and bis head seemed to shrink into bis sho'ilders a trifle as he thrust bis hands into his pockets. "I guess she's going to marry and settle down, Tom, all right" he said slowly. "From what I hear she's 507 ing to marry one of those dukes or earls I was "Marry a cried Perkins, jumping to bis feet I thought "Never mind wnat yon thought returned Pike. "Fia telling you she's going to be married. Thafs why, I guess she won't be likely to come back to Eokomo. I guess KoKorao'3 a pretty poor looking place after some of those other places she's been see- ing." ,'To Be Continued.) ENDORSED BY TAFT TOOK BUG POISON York, Sept. message Manitou Man., Sept. 3 from President Taft expressing the; year old child of Mr. -and Mrs. hope that-Otto T. Barmard, the George Jones got possession of a, bot- publican nominee will be elected: tie of bed bug poison yesterday and mayor of New oYrk City, was receiv- j drank a portion of the contents be- rd by Representative Herbert Par- j fore ,it was discovered. Only im- chairman of the New York medical attendance availed son. County Republican Committee. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-23 to save the child's life.' It will pay you to Pioneer Lumber Co. trade with us. 242-26 ;