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Edmonton Bulletin 1929-07-02 - 1929-09-30
OLSTOY, son Russian, nov- 910, has spent father s death great works. n broke out in ied from. His has never-re- ime is spent in father's liter / Teg: arly every cit s country. You Want ? EDMONTON BULLETIN Alberta s Oldest Newspap r 1UESDAY, JULY 9, 1929. e Price You Wan 'o Pay iIs Adve ised Here oday. Professional Directory. a ete Wiss os Fee following, t 4 com Sigbanetealty arranges wut cone Venlence They all volield EDWARD UNDERWOOD, Architect, -21-23 Union. Avenue, Ph, 821. Girona enpe tations e018 eager ress sree Fea aes ii Uscteay, SHORT ao Banas. ere, Soucitors,Aotarion Pooge 140k Nee aS Mim, Mats. ae Or wide, Poone ci 3 WINKLER WAWR, BAR Notsrien - 410 McLeog cy BOBERTSON, Eistore, OUT OUR WAY i By Williams Pocwen up at) (Wen veces) ers cane ust ew OFF FER ME, Witt GUN Bors? TH WiMmin (1S AANA A-LONCH NAN PATIO AN 1 STUMBLED AN'SPILT, TH HouL PAN o us biter. lt; REMEMGER How DIFFUNCE. PLE vsTeR FOR OuT THET Business Directory Continued Continues Electricians SEECROFT ELECTEIO ELECTRICIANS Prompt Gervicn e400 18 Avenue. Rone FRED DAVIES, ELECTRICAL CONTRAG- O10 bint Street Phone 44B6. Financial and Real Estate McCALLUM: AGENCIES arm tands (ngurance Real state Loans, Laveatinent Suite 103. T0188 Jumper ave. en. 1044 suerte Music Teachers PERCY BUMPHREY, TEACHER OP VIO. fin and calle, 1obed e7tD Bt Phone Optician 2 WNWES, WILLIAM, THR ONLY GOVERN. nt-treined optician In Canada. 100 per cent satiatuction given. Phone 9662 Yorss toies street. UPSTAIRS ss SS Optometrists ERLANGER, 3. EYES EXAMINED AND Plasses titted scientifieally Phone 4163. Sos Tegier 81 ey, JaTooweLn, WEOISTERED OPIO- Getrist end Optician Byes scientifically Guamined Gusiness Phone 180 Aes Phone 31850 9065 Jasper Ave B16 GES WILLIS AND SES WELL auGis- tered Optometrist Ground floor en- france Empire Block. 10iet GL Prone ea weis The ARCTIC FER Ornamental tron Works Se CRAIG HYNDMAN His weteod: ge, Company OF COURS t Owner? Be What for, oir? pur starboard ree. FOUNG SISGET, BARRISTERS AND, Soult Phone serra OOS Osteopathic Physicians EDMONTON'S BEST PUR-STORE- Al1, T0sie Jasper. Ph: 4043. Surgeons PRos. aD, sum 7 fon, Olbensea ot Women. Or get Bullding. Phong Gili Residence Phone 62088 Met. ellcious and appeiiion Gotise ati etes Bis Pot oppowte the ee eae Sar eaora wn hitedavertisesenis as ar Want Aa bere Yor chert COLD STORAGE FOR FURS SEE Buffalo King TRUDEL Plumbing 4 RELLY CO. PLUMBING, HZATING Gas Pitung. Sprimcer equipment 1006 Tota ave. 2 TAMES OARVEK, PLUMS Gantieting 10188 86 gt; at aE Phos tlh Painters and Decirators anaes PADTTING AnD Becora isi walelied Tele ansidenee leat Spolgnale and Cor susper O-78-300 SS Veterinary Surgeons TRG SNS, ORS, VEERMINARY ggeons, 10350 pe aait: a3, Se MAORIS FAST INCREASING IN NEW ZEALAND Native Tribes Pros Under Rule of Britons Associated. Press WELLINGTON, New Zealand, July Tho native Macri raco of New Zealand, unlike North American In- dian tribes, 1s increasing steadily in numbers, Including 7,389 halfcastes, they now number approximately 04, 000, compared. witts 39,000 In 1918 and 80,300. tn 1906, according to govern ment statistical returns, The manner fp which the Macrls fare ven to European clvitisa remarkable, Pour Maorls fare. members of Parliament. There hhave been Maori ministers of the Grown, and several Knighthoods have juced medical practitioners and 3, Many of thelt chiefs possess SEE Set eta, hut, Mie, al ns, they are subject to tuberculosis. o' tts con- sidered fortunate that the young men are taking more kindly to farming, motor-driving and outdoor ctcupation than to.office work. Perhaps: ono of the most strik Instances of a falrly satisfactory sohi- ton of the half-caste problem is to be found in New Zealand, where the fus- fon. of: Maorl-and New Zealander ts Proceeding. There is no color tine tn we zaelind and no color. feeling, Intermarringe takes place in all clanses: 5 an acoepled and moral. condition. Sir James Barre of inent medical me NAN CARROLL, secretary, Unds herself in love wiih her employer, JOHN CURTIS MORGAN, success- ful lawyer, and determines to i ant tr tho learns Morgan is to. d alleged friend, ni. twins, Crawford's nequit- reed aves tow, fol YARIS, Morgan's, Wits, who writ Morgan she will never L eturne She orn reference t0- Crarfgrd whem Mergan deve faspects Nan organ eeply into his work, ius him from utter despalr. - Fc his, winning the , wis ove ot Iife CURTIS, his som and Sirheif farcical marriage had ip fa con- tinued for three months, when Nan eas in an effort to bring Morgan his lavees. Nan, determined to fight, thas the doctor remove ber to hes- pital, At dinner Curtis refuses to ying Iris told him he did net to obey Nan. He ia sent to his room and. Morgan tells Nan they taust face the problem. NOW GO i THE STORY HAPTER XXXIX REVAL the Chi, ang in the second, knows be a much mfore potent weapon against me tn this house than he could possibly be in hers. Aloud, however, she said coldly: Of course she knows that the court gave you custody of the child. Out of the corner of her eye she in bow his bead upon hts Yes-ahe knows that. Bul 1O-Insisted, T-WOUNT Tet her Tiave po matter how much T mother should not al Bhe left him, Nan could not for- bear reminding him. Morgan said tbo too hard on her, doar She-has pald-pretty.libgir for her mistake, Nan turned sharply. so that he stiotild riot see the cynical smile witch twisted her ebfldish mouth. After moment sho was able to say, with genuine feeling: I'm glad she has been gerierons about Curtis. It would break my heart to lose him now, But as soon as the words were uttered, she could have bitten -her tongue, in two, Would fhe interpret those. words 8 yelled, indirect bid for his aym- pathy and for his loyalty? She*would die rather than plead for the contint- ation of a relationship that had be- comme hateful to him. E must go to Curtis. now, abe sald hastily. Then think Tigo to ved, John. I'm tired, T'll say good night now She was about to: walk sys and s grestest contribution to clviliza- ) the-fact Hhat-she--bas-shown: that halt-castes can be just as et+ ficlent in ability and character as a ure race and that the result depends on-the quality of the mixing races and on thejust-atid- proper tseatment of the offspring some hope toa world containing some he remarks, It assume that the mixture is without fault but so far as can be judged at nt. New. Zealand. tx a estan civilization and 1s not des. troying the native rac te U jays The Judge Canadian Press MELBOURNE, Austral 7 suggested Justice Wasiey in the Firat Civil Court heze recently When counsel for both parties in an action said they believed a set Hement could be effected if an ad: for a few ; Journment were grant rs. Later on, however,after: the trial had procteded several hours, the judge agreed'to the adjournment of the case indefinitely. The case was en action for 10,000 ted sal from the management of a Mcl- bourne company. The plaintiff plead- ed -that he had been engaged-ae-mar- ager by jefendant rompany a- a. salary of 60 week and commission on sales: and subsequently it had been company until his death or total incapacity. a Were to draw 20 a week so jong an they held certain shares in tho company, but the had beet . wrongfully terminated and he had not been paid any. commission: The defence was that no such agree- Tent had been made. The dor-watch't is nautical term PAC; distingulchiny ourseact Strom to mm. and 6 toe p: The average distance covered by an ate rad Setter 1400 mtles Preliminary Notice of, LARGE.AND IMPORTANT: CLEAN-UP SALE Nan s cold hands gripped each oth- er convulsively against the amber chiffon of her lap. It s come at Inst. He's going to tell me ft-was-all a mis: take that he doesn't Jove me, and wants to be free to take Iris back. she tol herself dull 29, JOH, a voles that sounded fint and co ier omen ena They, were seated side by side on the small sofa, whose back was ,turn- ed upon Iris portrait above the fire- place. Morgan had chosen the seat: Nan felt his eyes upon her, in a swift, appraising. glance which she could not bring herself to meet, After all, for Her to do but watt. The man cleared his throat ner- vously, then suddenly she felt his Hhand, big and warm and comforting, about her own, Pe oS rer ee eS re Sf I ae Nn Aaa pee ae ee nea ae oe pee get eee see would have protected you I could. pean are ta mornin he floundered on, Beate ae as th asians neta Dee sr gee oe Irae oes oat ae ee Aan hw tarsal desi ait eater te ea ee eee say. tas it sorely, Iris is sick, ee Pixs, art F rotten time of it it seen had tried to goon the stage i w Thad, Nan fofced herself to. nod, by way of encouragement. Not so young That was an odd thing to say in con- nection with Iris, She didn t seem to have any age, to be beauty and lure incarnate. - But she must be Nan before, and Iris admitted to 28, Bho could have made the chorus, of course, Morgan went on, with ob: vious pain and reluctanes, But even well, ahe didn't make the grade, -wonderful today,this- Bdgaty te, won't ypu? failed. No training, you know and PRer tot eo young as Beginners sould jot 50 young as beginners: it's Nan, darling. caleulated swiftly. Yes, Tris must be chee ithe keyhole, Fit-ge- At least. 2 , you me to, but T really Morgan had been married nine years thought you'd lke to hear how the ime whthout ofter hand when she. he his feet, Hix arms closed about her held her close against his breast, But to save her life she could not relax her body clamored for her to. forget -man whe he loved her as much as he loved. thc other woman, of not. Dear ttle Nan he muttered wuskily, his lips against her hair. Yowt're -wonderful. . . . You'll be pa- tient. with me,-won't.you, dear? 1 need you Why didn t -he say, Nan, it's you I love. I'm sorry for Iris, but I love hadn't sald those words of anything Uke them, Nan's body remained stiff a nate king. OF, courte, sone. she answered in a voice that sound- ed impatient. The man's arms dron- jem Irom Good night, Nan-dear, he said slowly, heavily, lke a man weary tun- to death. Good night, John You'll call the hospital again tonight. to see how terrible to have him die, when could help young David to much - His: low-volged Yes followed her J out of the room, up. th knocking at her heart. She-found-ths-door of Curtis foorir joeked, OF Father bolted, for the boy had not been trusted witht Key, lest tng the door, and ealled softly through T've come tell you a.story before you go to sleep, There Was no answer for a full mii ute, while Nan waited, trembling. Hi the boy as well as the father cast ter out of his heart? Then a tear-choked volee called out angrily: Go way AML right, darling, ahe called Wright bovs made the fiat. airplane Td been thinking of letting you and Little Pat make one. like it only Tuck) shied Been readiag the story icky she'd been reading the of the: Wright boys only last. week She couldn't lose Curtis, she couldn't She loved him too much, and needed him now so desperate There was ru enon ue gon . SALEOF BUILDINGS Beale signed, and.-ani render tor he Puretnse and Removal of Buildings, Gov a amonten Goeth. AL elon, with isa eal fails barn and shed tuaied Ga tats i fe.17 Inclusive, Block 81, Edmonton South, whose tender ts accepted must Smount immediately, in cash, sion of neceptance of pAIONTOR Whye Ave Sats, eer eon BWEDISN SASBAGE INNTETUTE. Vita ORRTIPLED SWEDIGH MAGSHORS. MEDI: te Pieetrieat trentmne 133 Ph. 6x00 Teal mncsage Paatawer Bide ( MONTON RUBBER STAMP CO. LTD. Gtampe and Geal 10037 101A Ave: Phond + saat et 7ORagTORS FOP ence Gaye YOu ane WARAY sty wet, Purneces, Bavetro Garbage Cann LE, ae at 8 5 SEAR? i twenty-second, nineteen twenty-nitie for the clearing, grading and installation of Auction on. the -premises recently. vacated by the old Edmonton City Dairy, Ltd. Scona Road close to the Low Level Bridgec.; On Saturday Next Commencing at 10 a.m. MACHINERY AND DAIRY culverts on the St. Walburg, Bonnyville Branch, approximately ona hundred and twenty-six miles and Hamlio, Glendush branch, approximately thirty-two miles, approximately. fortyalx hundred square yards in t got of Freight Shed, Bankatoon, Gask., and for construction of Dyke of Plans, apeciticallons of Chiet gbtainea at the Offices of Chiat Baginey W. A. KINGSLAND, General Manager, Winetpeg. Manitoba uly athe 1920, : x Solicitors for the Admininrhtor Lcauldin't get-a part-spent-eil-Her mo ee neste ee he ee Thad been pro: ducers turned out to be crooks and got away with her money and: what ot ald, still in that toneless volee: I'm iiahke, dear-* hhe-answered with touching gratitude, His hand tight ened over hers. So I we'll have to do something for,her. I we can t Jet, her want. are a darling huskily, and Nan knew that tears were thy her eyes. I think you're the best woman, ding wo: man, would be able to. and you swallowed that whol refletted, with bitter disgust. tering, reluctantly Hiya bolt: i Morgan cried plefously, Methods? Now shall I tell you just brothers.-set about- dog snuffing at the door. wants me to come in, she laughed hor voice very tender and coaxing. A lighter thud. Little feet pat at first, then eager- hot-back.- The door open- ed a crack and one black eye, d:own- ped-th: tears, studied Nan with a heart breaking mixture of longing and hos- tility, All right, C'mon fn, a hic- cupy Btls voice invited ungracious She was cerefuk when- the chtid opened the door wide, not to take him in her arms, hot to et him see how Much ahe wanted him to be friends again. Can me and Little Pat make airplane...honest he demanded: 58- Jot youll have the materials ind the work from, Nan laughed, lime she bad ever tried to bribe the Canadian Nationals Meet Radial Rovers Wednesday Evening The Canadian Nationals and Radial Rovers will clash ina. first. division Teague soccer mateh at Diamond Park seven o'clock aarp. The O.N.R. were held to a 2-2 draw by the Radiais in a recent Connaught Cup game and are not taking any chances on an upset this evening, as. leven The Radials Have not announced 4heir team but the Nationals will line up as follows: Robson; Savage and. Geldart: Winter, McK: Thomp on: Patterson, Graham, Findier, Hall and Minchin. Reerves: Orchin, Chrimes, Pattison ang McMillan. BU Thompson will referee. Andre Routis Given * Lacing-by- Youthful ) New England Boxer BOSTON, Mass. July Young Jake Zeramby, of Lynn, gave Andre Routis, featherweight champion. trouncing here last night in the Bose ton Garden's feature ten round bout, non tile affair. The victor cams in overwelght, The youngstertighting his firat important bout, stopped most of the champion's body aitack by beating him to the punch with staggering pokes-to. the head. Fhe- champion won but two of the rounds, The battie with the champlon was youngster s thirty seventh victory his records reveal but a single defeat. Johnny Dundee Wins Decision Over Eddie Cannonball Martin NEW YORK, 4.Y.. July'9. Johnny Dundee, former featherweight chiams pion, won the decision over Cannon ball Bddie-Martin, former bantam weight king in a ten round bout at Dexter Park, Brooklyn, last night. Dundeo dutpointed ' Martin by. -wide margin 4 bantamweight champion s. fushing tacties got him nowhere in the face of Dundre s clever boxing. Dundeo weighed 129 1-2; Martin Saskatchewan Tennis Tourney is Held Up SASKATOON, Sask., July 0. Alter petteag eee te smeesilh art nee Fe ania Sorte ea ra te up-onthe afternoon. of the first day. SP esate Lage Teens Serna salt a eee ee peasitie foliowng he naan tae ed according to-schedule but. inter mittent rain fall during the afternoon made playing entirely out of the question. Canucks Win Matches in N.-Y.Net-Tourney SYRACUSE, N. ., July 0 Rasy victories were won by Dr. Art Ham, of Toronto and Walter Martin-of Fe gina, in the first. round of the New state tennis championships yesterday. Ham triumphed over Gene McCabe, Los Angeles, and Martin won, his way, inio the second round by eliminating Vaughn Little, New York. by Geary and Astill of Leloestershire Picket match against Glamorgan. Geary took six. wickets for 32-runs in Glanorgen- hire s fisst innings and 4 for 43 19) thelr second innings. Astill captured 4 for 55 .and six for 33, in the two innings, respectively. The score wat: Leicester 233; Glamorgan 116. and 98, Yesterday's closing scores in oth Sussex, 343 and 29 for no wickets; Somerset 204. farwick. 106 and 57 for 8 wickets; Essex 369 (Morris 89; not out, Russell wickets, (Ham 84 not out), Worcester. and 240; Derby 218 and 86 for two wickets. Bot-ouly and 42 for one wicket: 1 st the municipal links. Members are kindly asked to note. this and arrange to play their matches Arby next. Gunday. ie al sour snlghts Mills, Can't you see what her game wu? In the first place, she doesn t want Se This advertisement is not inserted Government of the nT Srovioce ot Aarts
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