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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIIXIt, ALTA., THURSDAY, APRIL YOU CAN BUY A N Orchard Home For per month BUT YOU MUST TAKE ADVANT- AGE OF THIS OFFER AT ONCE We are the largest owners of first-claes fruit lands on direct existing lines of transportation in British Columbia. In order to advertise the West Kootenay greatest place to grow fruit and to live in the have decided for a short time only to sell orchard tracts at FRUITVALE for ctish and 310 per month for ten acres AND CHARGE NO INTEREST. FRUITYALE is located forty miles south of Nelson on the Spokane division of the Great Northern Railway. FRUITY ALE is in the southernmost and warmest valley in the West Kootenay District, southern British Columbia. The railroad runs through tie sub-division, and the townsites and railroad station are located in the centie. with 25 miles oE wagon roads radiating therefrom. Each orchard tract faces on one of these roads, which are cut out. graded and improved with bridges, culverts, etc. FRUITVALE has daily passenger arid freight trains. office with daily mail, four general stores, meat market, hotel, schcdl. cl.meh Euticts M 350 population. There is a home and good neijrbboiiis every few yaids. FRUITVALE has numerous streams of pure water. The soil is rich yellow fruit loam with clay sub-soil level t> gently sloping, and uniformly free from stone. YOU WILL MAKE A MISTAKE If you don'c send us your name and address at once, so that we can mail to you free of charge maps, plans, photos and specific descriptions of these grand orchard homes. DO IT RIGHT you will be too late, Kootenay Orchard Association, Ltd, NELSON, B.C. lady take y- aw. an JANE CABLE STORY GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON The ttioiv ounded were left in. the -1. an adequate guard, the rest ci' t-ouimaud de- parting, with A tem- porary hospital- WHS ustablished In the convent. were tv.-o dor-rors and four or five unn-ps. a duzen sol- diers under of Lieutenant was ibt> apparently dead Ran'H'mcr was being muved fo the improvised hospital that :Jaae .o tho -yVunj: sonthenuT who plainly shown love for her. Shi> pleaded with to-srart Manila with wounded, her request. 'with tne opinion that iSioy could not receive proper care from two young sur- geons. Bray surprised and dis- tressed: he not misunderstand her motive. -He kail goue on rni'iiis for her out suspecting there was cr had been nuother had not con- fided in h'-p weary. ant months they left Fran- cisco behind thoin. To learn the true litBailon so sntldtvaly and unexpected- stunned He found difficulty in grasping the importance of ;the change an-how or two had made He had valiantly, even exult- antly.'in the pzisn Unit. mbroing. her ever before him. -words of praise the btvt >T-T' i" the victory should they wsu. I.- .....I come down to the viHaffe joy and confidence in his heart, only to Und that he was not and could be anything to her while the life or memory of thia fallen comrade stood as a. barrier. Bray's hour following the discovery that she had Jeliberately sought out and found 'tins'sti-iekea private was the most Litter :n his life. His pride suffered a shock that appalled him. His unconscious egotism, bora of he- reditary revolted against the thought that progress toward her heart was to Lie -turned aside by .the intervention of a csnnairu soldier in the ranks. Oontleman though he was, be could not srvditr the feeling of exultation that came" over him when she approached with her plea He knew that it Was a base of power that him feel that he .could, punish his pride's offCTuIvr by either denyiiiji or panting hor.ajreal. The attitude of appoaied to his woundeil Ho ;.vas tempt- ed- to profit by of own pain and He went with >ier into the convent and to the pallot nu stretch- ed the long.-stn'ngure of-Graydon Banseraer. A was slanding near pray face with thoughtful Hray's first glaute at the suffering fa--f> a tlirilKof en- couragemeat his veins. The mani was. beywd rli help. The grip of death V.T.S already upon his heart- Then the had been bis V'-N'Viitiaiis re- volted against i'vt wnisliv his mind, T'JP jf it was in matter give his to put was .r THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE VUD OFFICE. TORONTO B. B. WALEKR, Pmident LAIRD, ESTABLISHED 1647 Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Cheques recently issued by this Bank arc a most convenient m which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in denomination! of and A tiw payable in Austria, Belgium, Orcut Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden is on the face of each cheque, while in other countriM pitymble at current ctoMMf MM! 'all information rtgardinf theoi may be obtained at every ofl UtMrUJte Braach C G. K. Noune, Manager He sought honestly to 'justify himselt in the hope that Banseiuer's life could be saved after all. "Leave ine alone with the. doctor. Miss be said. She was kneel-, tog-beside the on the cot With- out a but with :i dark, appealing look into the Virginian's eyes, she arose and went svriftiy 'chance has this poor follow-, "None whatever, sir. He'll be dead in an hoar. I'm sorry on her account Strange case. I've beard she belongs to a fine family in .the east Poor devD, he's got an :rvfnl bole In bis side." "Have you uiadir.a careful esaoiina-' tiou? Is It possibif.that no vital has been "We haven't bad time for a thorough, examination. It better not to waste the tiuis1 when there were others UV'e n. chance to save." "Yoa will oblige me, doctor, by giv- ing him the quickest and most.carefni attention. There may be a chance. He is one of the bravest in the army. Don't let him die if a chance' Cor him. asked if te can be moved "No. But I don't see why, if it will satisfy her. Ele wi'l (lie anyhow. so why not hor we will start south with bun "It Isn't fair. be told the troth." "He'd die. that's you put it" make pniuiiisution''" "Yps, once.'" "But foci that it is hope- sir." i-.ovry." Bray, walking away. Tlu> uwtor looked after him with a fond heart whose anxious beatings once follower! your .wayward feet will be stilled forever. So while" you can call her .mother, you will miss her when she's gone. Kemembcr' what has. iuffcred- ery friend has forsaken you, mother is as true as steel. Arid now thn.t she is step by step going hown life's othorsidc, to near the water's edge to step across comfort her old age by speaking kindly and affection- ately to her and make her feel that life was n'ot lived in vain and all the toil without recompense. Lead her j gently through old age and when you of her or to her dp not style her old but place a kiss upon her wrinkled brow and sav "mother." and in a way repay for the many she hat suf- fered in your behalf. Sing to softly and sec the light of love "come to her eyes as she hears her boy .say in tones which teem -to her as gentle as the iiJBtle af an-angel's wing, "Sfo- ther, 1 loVft you." STANDARD (registered) Formaldehyde f 40 vol. For Destroying Smut in Wheat, Oats, Barley, also Flax Wilt. 60c. per quart (regular 75c) A solution ig made by adding one quart bottle te fifty-four gallons of water. Complete dilu- tions on every bottle. The solution is also a good General Disinfectant and kills potato scab. Let us Quote you on i Metallic Roof- I J ing and Sub We also have in stock BLUESTONE which .we are selling at 8c. a pound TWO ONLY No. 1 EMPIRE SEPARATOR I Capacity 4OOlbs per hour Sold regularly at 100 We quote prices that will compete with any in the city on HOMESTEADERS' I SUPPLIES of which we have a complete and wide as- sortment We can now supply tkose who were ask- ing for Two-Hole Laundry Stoves in the City ;