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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQt SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALU, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER IIM EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants Farmers invited: Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of SI.00 and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Lethbridge Branch Should be a season of, plentiful money for many of our people, and nrach of this should find its way in- to. the Bank. .We wish t-0 remind all of the fa- cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting the business of town and city people. Surplus money should be deposited in our where it will earn in- terest and where it j.nti.1 required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited or withdrawn- at .any time: 1855 INCORPORATED LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEachern Manager District News AN ENVIABLE RECORD The Garbutt. Business Col- lege, Stafford Block, has only been established'in this citv a little over hall a year and already has won the confidence of the business community to such an extent that it is enabled to guar- antee positions to its grad- uates. For-, information ..or free prospectus phone or write" Geo; J. Schmidt, Prin- cipal. 7GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 263 R. O. Box 1291. CLARESHOLM NEWS Claresholm, Sept. Angel of Death has been hovering for the past week over the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Moffatt and ihis morning at three o'clock their littU- ten months old boy Jack succumbed to the chol- era inf-antum aii-er a long struggle be- tween life and death. The deep sym- pathy felt for Mr. and Mre. Moffat in their bereavement was shown by the large attendance at the funeral which took place today at- three p.m. Mr., and Mrs. Algy Thompson re- turned on Saturday '-veiling- from their honeymoon in the East and 'Mr. Thompson will resume his duties depot agent whenever he gets his house fixed up. The power. house should be finished externally by the elapse of a few 'lays while Mr. Zang expects to get through with his contract on the school early in December. P. J. Nolan was down on Saturday j apearing for the proprietor of the Al- berta hotel on a charge of allowing disorderly conduct in the bar and af- ter evidence was ihe was dismissed. Mr. McDonald, the travelling agent for- the government department at Indian Head, which issued trees to the farmers, free at the depot, is here. He declares that the cottonwood is about -the best for cultivation on The University oi Alberta STRATHCONA, ALBERTA Matriculation Examinations begin September 21st. -Classes open Sep. tember; 28th. .Courses offered leading to ihe B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. Teaching will be given in 1909 in 2nd, 3rd years in Arts and 1st and 2nd-years in Applied Science. Calendars on application. of the University. UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA' WINNIPEG Session 1909-1910 Courses leading to degrees in Arts, The From A Novelization of the Play of the Same Name Copyright. 1905. by American Press "How uo you asked Perkins, drawing his chair forward. Pike lifted tin- letter he had folded up. "1 jrot this from be said sim- ply. "Want to know ivbat's in "Yes." answered Perkins. "I can't let you read it. but it's from a place in he went on slowly, mouthing the unfamiliar word. "She says she's going to marry the Bon. Almoric St. Aubyn. heir to the ancient house of Hawcastle. Amd she wants to make a settlement on him; She can't marry without my con- sent, you know. Tom. If she does the money goes to the Kofcomo Orphan asylum." "Coins: to pive your In- quired Perkins. "Don't answered Pike. "I've sot to look the young man over first. I John Simpson I'd always look after her.. That was when she xvas born. He said girls sometimes jrot into a tight place and they'd need some one to pull them put. Sounds pood, doesn't Hon. Almeric St. Aubyn. Must be a member of con- jrress of something: over the're. Maybe he'll be a senator some day. I can't object. Torn, if he's got a show to roake a good: living for her, can I? Say. what is a settlement, anyway? You don't suppose I've been keeping of money, do you. and she's to Perkins shook his head gloomily. "Don't ask me." he said. hl don't know, anything about women. Why, Dan. I thought you'd mapped it out to "That'll do for that." said Pike quickly. "We'll not talk about that the prairie and that for Alberta the j. noWi Tom. Suppose you go down to Manitoba Maple "is not Archie Toombs nnd ask him about Sor- suitable. His duty is principally to1 rento and .how to get there and when see that the farmers have the a fellow gets; thereafter be'starts. I'm ready for the planting of the trees1 !etter tO J e .vwu anji when they arrive. Claresholm horses did well at ton last week taking more than half- the put, up for races. The fall meet on 15th October is being. looied forward to .now with much in- becin on Medicine, Science, Electrical Engineering. All -university lectures Oct. i. Matriculation examinations will commence on September 1-6 and May 23. Particulars regarding examinations, entrance requirements, courses of study, fees, etc., can be obtained on application to fl. M. DUNCAN, Registrar MISCELLANEOUS kiads of first- class dressmaking done at 1234 Kedpath St. Miss Elenbaum. 241-12 CARDSTON Gardst-on, Sept. oth- ers who went'to the fair at Magrath were Misses JEtta Dowdle, Sadie Wel- sey. Agnes May, Beth .Newton. Edna Harker, Irene Harker, Edith Harker, Nona Stoddard and Alta Hammer; Mesdarnes Ol- son, J. W. Woolf, A. Archibald, and Heber Harker; and Messrs. Newton.'' Phipps, J. W. Woolf, Ralph Harker, J. Hammer. Z. W. Jacobs. James Barisen. A good sized audience greeted the McPhee Show Saturday night. The play itself was not extra but the spe- cialties were fine. Messsrs. A. J. Hudson and William Baxter, both of Magrath, are in Card- ston buying stock to ship east. Mr. William Glenn, of Leavitt, re- turned from a two years mission to England last Friday. He is well and has had a pleasant time in the mis- sionary field. Mr. Frank Layne is wearing a large smile these days. A fine boy arrived at his home night. Frank is thinking that the boy will make a famous musician. Civil and i E. N. Barker is here to do the judging at the coming fair, Ks hss PONY 384. J. Fig- gins. Light draflng a specialty. orders promptly- attended to. Orders taken at" City Harness Store. .MADAM at liber- ty for engagements. Pupils taught in subjects, .Pianoforte, Organ, Theory and Harmony. The art of accompaniment and action songs taught. Address Howard House, Crabb St. Preparations for Eoyal Acadciiiy of Music London, President H. R. H. The vPrince of Wales, V. G-. 241-6 DANCING room and stage dancing taught by Miss Nor- -Hiaii, pupil for stage dancing of Madam Bassano, of Londo'n and Children's class. Address Howard House, Crabb St. 241-6 much to advance the interests of the 'district. Mr. Fred- Turner, the editor of the Logan Republican, is ii few days visiting friends here. He has made a purchase at the. Cochfane ranch. The Ward Y. M. M. I. organized last night. Mr J. W: was installed as the President, Messrs F. Brown and F. May sustained as counsellors, with Mr. Leslie Coombs as secretary-treasurer and Sylvester Low as musical director. The fair promises to be the best ever, held in Cardston. A full report will appear in the Herald. You will receive the most value for your money by buying your lumber at The South Alberta Lumbsr Co. 44-3 -See our advertisement on page 3 and take advantage of a good thing. 244-3 and get him to hunt up. this Haw- castle." When Perkins had gone Pike pulled open the letter and read it once again. It was the most formal of notes, "be- jrlnning "Denr Mri :Pike" and ending "Yours sincerely." It contained a brief notice of the writer's intentions, or. rather; intentions in the event of a certain contretemps that to her seamed inevitable, and trusted that the end would meet with hIs'approval; He sighed as he folded it and re- turned it to its envelope. "And that ends the he muttered. "'Wonder what I'm go- ing to do with the old house From a drawer in his desk he pulled n framed picture that showed a deli- 'cately featured girl, with. big. frank eyss'and n wealth of light, curling hnlr that was half hidden by a big garden hat. There was a smile about the" lips tbAt; seemed very -engaging. atid the muslin dress she wore'had been accentuated In Its simplicity by the art of the London photographer. Ptfce bad preserved the picture, which bf'd been to him'by old John Simpson before he died, and he sighed as he looked at It. Then he laid It face down upon desk and dropped nla into tua hand. It been an hour that he sat there, and in that time never a thought of bis legal business crossed his mind. He was busy with a fanci- ful picture of an tmknoTTu city that in spite of his desire seemed to take on the aspects of a larger Kokomo. and in his fancy he could see a big, well knit young fellow bending eagerly over to look 'into the face of a girl, and he heard her call him Almeric. "Must be mighty fine be fine big capture ber." Then Perkins came in to ask if PiUe wished to sail from New York fur Havre in two days' time, stating it would be necessary to .leave: that night if Pike wished to take passage on her. "I'll go. he, said. "Mayhe you'irdrop in here once In.awhile'and "folks that ask for ine that-I'll be back ini a month or so." v Then be sat down and wrote to Jim Cooley at London. At 8 that night he stepped aboard an eastbbund train .aid the neit after- noon was in New Xork. Sorrento seemed a long way off, and It was with a heavy heart that he walked up ;.the gangplank of La Provence. S CHAPTER II. IX years of life'abroad, and these daring the most impressionable period of their young lives, bud left an indelible imorint uoon PROF, FRED of Piano and- Harmony, MRS. FRED of -Violin. -We as- sure everybody who takes lessons of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. use the Very best of methods. We will call at: your homes. Present- address 624 Bur- dette St. Phone 320. Social and on Thursday, Sep. tember 30th in Caledonian Hall. All Scotchmen and their lady friends cor- dially invited. Dtnna Forgit. 244-3 For Instruction in DRAWING and PAINTING Go to the CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ART SCHOOL IDA E. BAKER Late of Harding Hail, London Man Home By BOOTH TARKINGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON the two you ng people. Horace Simpson had taken to him- self the manners of the Harrow and Oxford youth. He bad eschewed the society of what he had learned, with parrot-like aptness, to call those "vul- gar Americans" ana had confined nis social intercourse solely to such of the European "haut ton" as he could man- age to scrape acquaintance with. And this last was a somewhat upliill task. for. whatever else one uia.y suy about the English, they are inclined ro view with very little favor the pos- sessor of no other attribute tnan money. True, there are exceptions. arid these but prove the rule. Etii'tM. who had grown into a really beautiful young woman, had followed suit, so far as in her modest powers lay. Such of her school friends as would permit the half formed so quain ranee to ripen she had retained- Such others of her own modest begin- had quietly but emphatically dropped. Prom plain "democracy she had sought tbeuuirithesis. and the leap was all. the more an earnest cue be- cause of its breadth. The and they had added their mother's maiden name arid linked it to the paternal nomenclature "with a bad been deeply bitten with the aristocratic virus and after a long and arduous, struggle had managed to meet Lady Creech. This titled inondaine had the misfor- tune to be viciously short of patrimony and inordinately long of lineage, and, while her life of self denial had doubt- less irnbittered her. she had a most inordinate Value of birth and a distinct appreciation of cash: hence when it came her way to pick the Simpsons .out of the slough of com- monplace acquaintance she did it with a royal favor and for a stipulated cpn- sideratioii. "Really, my dear she pronounced 'it old sailors pronounce she was wont to say. "really; of course, they are quite im- possible: but the girl is an adaptable little thing, and I may able to make something of her in time, while an; I fear I shall bare to leave him tp you and St. Aubyn." "Do as you like." replied of Hawcastle. with some choksf. "but keep them out of my way as much as possible.- .1 positively will not be badg- ered- by these unbaked colonists." "One might stand a quantity of badgering. Hawcastle. for at which the genial earl would squirm nervously. At any rate, the Simpson children began to be seen in the second stratum of Ijondon -society .and met endless numbers of the shopworn nobility, but, sad to relate, never one of the truly respectable. To those who toow their London there are several layers of no- bility. and the layer the ordinary In- dividual meets, who has no social pres- tige to begin with, is composed of that peculiar class that lends its name to doubtful directorates, to queer pros- pectuses. to struggling milliners with an eye on the main chance and who gladly extend unlimited credit to their- patrons-in return for -modest arid well put advertisement. Strangely enough, the- Hawcastle- Creecb combination did not drag the willing Simpsons into the glittering presence of the real seL On the contrary, with a somewhat dog in the manger policy, they awak- ened both the earl and his sister-in- law to the fact that they wished no sharers in those American dollars that Johu Simpson had sweated his brow for. and as a consequence they pro- posed a little a quiet, ante-season" to Sorrento, where not a guest would disturb them and where mat- ters; might be given a cbance to right themselves. And there, strangely enough, the" Simpsons met the Comtesse de Cham- pjgny and were quite delighted to find the' gifted and brilliant Frenchwoman an intimate of the earl's.; The" second morning of their arrival the gay com- tesse put in an 'appearance ario with a' promptitude that was astonishing took young Horace under the widowly wing and -marked, him fot her own. And that same'- morning the noble earl took his equally noble son Into the shrub- bery and spoke to him. got to 'do It, St said. "The family? honor. at stake. For heaven's marry the little fool! What If name It Daily Herald's Patterns 3034 GIRLS' DEESS Paris Pattern No, 3034 AH Seams Allowed. A pretty little school dress might bs made after this design, using one of the handsome Scotch plaids for the skirt and white linen or white wool batiste for the blouse. The pattern consists of a blouse. The" pattern plaited skirt, and is in 4 to 1-2 For a girl ,8 years the blouse will require 2 1-2 yards o'f material 24 inches wide, 2 .1-8 yards 27 inches wide, 1 5-8 yards 36 inches wide or 1 1-2 yards 42 inches wide. The skirt wil require 3 3-4 yards of material 24 inches 1-S yards 27 inches wide, 2 1-2 yards 36 inches wide, or 2 yards 42 inches -wide. Price of THE WORLD PRODUCES II SALADA II Sold only in sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c, 50c and 60c per pound TEA 1.34 The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand alone in their srhoothness, richness and unique flavor. insist on having Name and design patented and registered. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. CANADIAN FEDERATION v OF LABOR SESSIONS stated that he would ask the conven- tion to pass a resolution favoring military training in the public schools and "if "the naval policy was decided to have Canada control her own. The recent strike at Glace -Bay was referred to by the President scathingly condemning the action of the members' of the "United Mine .Workers, The executive committee in its report presented a resolution asking that the convention make rep- resentation to Parliament, pending, toward .an enquiry into the methods of foreign labor organizations 'doing I business Canada. The sessions will continue morning and afternoon all week. COLD WATER BANQUET Toronto Aldermen Boycott Functions When "No Order Published' Toronto, Sept. civic ban- quet to Lord Balfour of Burleigh and the 'West Indian Commission today at the King Edward developed an un- usual contention. Mayor Oliver an- nounced that no liquors were to be served, and a number of aldermen- "sidestepped" the function. The mayor then extended invitations to; heads of all civic departments to fill the vacant chairs.' .1 Ottawa. annual con- vention of the Canadian Federation of Labor opened here this inornmg, j welcome was extended on behalf of the city by Mayor Hopewell and Controller Champagne. There were about sixty delegates in attendance. A feature of the meeting was the presence of Grand Secretary Moffat, of the Provincial Workmen's Associa- tion, ?Tova Scotia and C. Cubby, of the same association'. Grand "Presi- dent Mosher, of the Canadian Feder- ation -of Railway Employees wag also present and their attendance- here is looked upon to press amalgamation of the three labor bodies, "which if united, would have a combined mem- bership of and exclusively a Canadian organization. In his ad-i dress President, Patterson touched on'the subject of militarism, and1 not a Flaw In n Pall or Tub of EDDY'S Solid. Hardened, Mau. without Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in getting Eddy's. All Good can supply, you.. kt Caiurfa. atk MATCHES. we are stony Drone; my good ooy, ano she has a hundred and fifty thou. That will keep us going for another year or two. and if Helene can capture the young ass. Horace. I'll force her to divide with "But it's such a beastly bore, gov- drawled Almeric St, Aubyn, and he flicked idly at the rhododen- dron bushes with'bis stick- He was a pale, washed out youth, with an inimitable drawl and a shim- mering of intellect that might, if it bad been given an opportunity, haya resolved itself into a good working itatlon of a brain. -To friends was "that hopeless arid to hi i enemies and of the latter no! a "that beastly bounder, St Au- byn.'' "You see. the honorable Ainierlc went on. "it Isn't as if I cared for the little pal. T'm a queer beggar, you know; and it's fearfully rough on a chap to pretend interest In such a little vulgarian. Of course I know awfully hard up and all that sort of His noble father seized him roughly by the arm. "You don't have to live with her, yotf will be open for business TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, Carrying a full line of NEW SECOND HAND FURNITURE Five carloads have arrived from the East, and the goods will be sold at EASTERN PRICES In addition to New and Second Hand Furniture. Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Carpets, Linoleums, Granite- ware, Crockery, JBlankets, Trunks, Valises and all kinds of household goods handled. The Company will BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE dt Opening Week, every cus- purchasing 'worth of goods will be given a Those purchasing worth of goods will be given a r i Ptllows Free It means money to you to deal at the GflLDEI WEST NEW, HMD SEU HAND FURNITURE STORE MAX. WARHAFT, Prop. Baroness Road, beside Arlington Hotel ;