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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, i909. >-l meets you p all your work in half the fi time if you follow directions, r. Sunlight clothes from in- bauds from roughness- life from drudgery. PAGE THREE SOPHY OF KRAVONIA R xr Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" The prince leaned across the to him. "In our conversation last night i you asked me to do u very reaiarkable thin- and to get this lady Indicated do it too. You remember? We were to think that at night, in the Street of the Fountain, in the Light of the illuminations, Sergius Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their famous Plantoi i.oilet soap, if you. mention this caper. TJO UK-II Or :r- proof against M -stitch's the subtle in- liy which stafuitx held his po im-r the n> nl; and file of anny. They were true to the priuce. The idle king's family pride was touched. It was the oue thing which could rouse him. At his sou's express Stefunovitch and Nikolas Stafnitz look- request. -and at that only, he acquiesced ed and sounded just the same. I didn't in the release of Mistitch and his satcl- see my way to that, and I didn't think lite Sterkoff. but- he was determined to j this lady would see hers. It seemed so make his own attitude .clear and to do j difficult' what he could to restore the prestige of j Stenovics was in a strain of close at- his family. The prince said dryly that tention. The paper from the envelope the prestige would profit best of "all by crackled under the trembling of his the big guns. The king was minded to tain MJstitch: All that was not so last night. Consequently Captain Mistiich. Resolutions Of Importance Before the Convention (Oonclu-dod from I'age G) of the department of the interior Campbell took the. (rouble to explain to ihe convention what the .depart- ary punishment for brawling in the ment was doin- in the wuv of pro- Street aud a witb bis i eupenor vidmp: lor suitable reservoirs. _ fc Stenovics marked every word and lie showwi that in th-; foothills of j understood the implied offer. The offer was good enough. Stafnitz himself would not and could not ask that no notice whatever should be taken. The trifling nature of the punishment would in itself be a great victory. Bui- He was to hear that in a hand. "Now, if we had such a memory as Lieutenant IJastatz is happy encash to the prince pursued. "Or if '-There was no ham; in that and Ste- Colonel Stafnitz had taken us into his no vies readily consented. He declared confidence about his quarrel with Cap- tuat something more must be done for supplement their effect by something 'no re ornate. He created a new order made his son rand master of it To y to whom his son owed his life, keeper of the tapestries must be tried and shot instead of suf- might be a convenient recompense, but fering some not very severe disciplin- was honor enough. Stenovics de- Southern Alberta and in the Cypress reservoirs could be maintained. Bridges Over A matter of special interest to tho farmers of this district was the sub- price? ject of a resolution moved by G-eo. moment. M. Hatch and .11. A. Suggit.t. both local men. 1'hi- resolution was Whereas with the opening of. irriga- tion districts in Alberta has arisen a question ;is to where the re- sponsibility belongs for keeping open l-hu roadways bri-.'l.aing. whether it should -be the companies or the pro- vincial government.. ]'ending- tJhv settlement this ques- tion, the farmers and travelling pub- lic in some districts are much incon- venienced, bem.r forced to cover much unnecessary mileage in marketing1 their produce, and in their inter- course with nearby neighbors. Therefore be it resolved that this "Sergius Staf- uitz! Which was it, general? It's only changing .two :s it "That's not first in my mind or I should have left the matter where it convention petition the provincial j rested last night. 1 was thinking of government at Edmonton to urge the the difference to Captain Mistitch and question to a issue, and perhaps to you. general." should it seem that a .settlement will full at Stenovics, a_ud the be delayed, that the province under- I Seneral's eyes fell. The prince pointed take the work at Onco! advancing the aeross the at the paper tost for same until such time as the matter is finally adjusted and the re- i sponsibility for the place) uhe e it belongs. Mr. [.latch introducing this re- solution was not. sin-p that, the con- clared that any mark of favor which his majesty designed for Mile, de Gruche might most properly be hers, j Finally the king instructed Stenovics to conceatrate all his energies on the matrimonial negotiations. A splendid marriage for Sergius with a German princess would enhance and strength- en the prestige more than anything else. Stenovics promised zealons obe- dience and withdrew full of thought. The order was an easy matter, and honors for Sophy did no harm. The marriage was ground much more deli- It touched the "big stake" which what Stafnitz had so emphatically j warned the general not to play on the had hand dealt to him by llistitch's i blundering. But. with the big guns in posiiion aud the sturdy men of Volseni behind them, would a good hand ever was (loin- it upon the number of farmers, irdship it work in convincing it. something should action profit. I'll change two words if you'll change for you against one i for me.1 'Sergius Stefanovitch' be- comes 'Nikolas Stafnitz' if 'Impossible' i becomes 'Immediate.' Stenovics gave one slight start, then i leaned.back in his chair and looked past the prince'out of the window op- posite to him. i "Make that change, and we'll settle details afterward. I must have full guarantees. I must see the order sent and lhe money deposited in my name aud m my disposal." "Tiiis afternoon, "Wouldn't if he to release Cap- tain Mistiich Suleiman's tower heforo "Tin? money is difficult today." release will be impossible to- morrow." Srenovic.s' eyes wandered to the wir.div.v. rmd a silence followed. n lent, and the irrigation company Cs ihe big guns already in to who shall buikl the brid premier who to state his cuss it., i 01" a He of 'thi- he su firesent litiga- tion he humorously thai his Opinion on' Co-i money. However. as lhe Hiss b'.-uve-n the provin.-iul srovern- l'nsltion- 'loijiiaating the citj'. Perhaps to lbe hum of voiccs non-committal at igf.'s, tho i.s present was askod views, ire w to swell in volume" froto s the wail aud from the quays. There lirst but when h? ,_ "t-u are'tunes when a man must buy the the resolution i present with a mortgage on the future, ;ma'ked that "it'however onerous the terms may be. do no harm to pass the j It was danger against destruction. He -.vl c-n f. M r, nn-w York says that pretty Miss sitoatlon would be very different WltB j mann. of that city, eloprd with weal- trusty men behind them ft would j Thv Mr of Calpary. Alt.-. hard with him if he were not master of Slarna, and he had already obtained t.he king's sanction to raise and train a i tn. is prominent, socially. men in Volseni tnd Its neighborhood. Hor. Chas. Murpb> has retunied to Ottawa from the West. WE CAN SAVE YOU ON YOUR FALL CLOTHING BILL. ran Will be a Busy Time at THE MEN'S WEAR MEN VISIT OUR STORE FAIR WEEK BARGAINS IN MANY LINES TO CLEAR. We are showing New Fall Styles in Men's Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, etc. Never before in the history of this store have we s hown such astounding values in Men's Up-to-date Clothing, Furnishings, etc., etc., as we will have on sxhi bition for Fair Week. Our rapidly increasing trade has not been built up o n prices alone but en VALUES. WE BUY FOR CASH direct from the most reliable manufacturers in Great Br itain, Canada and the United States, thus saving you not only the middle man's profit but giving you the advantage of our cash buying. a Money-Saving- List Men's New Fall Styles in Suits Men's Nobby Fit-Reform, Fine Tailored Suits 3 and 4- button single breasted, i'aiicv ancl plain cuti's. finished to your measure. Price Men's Fit-Reform Handsomely Tailored Suits trimmings, in brown and fancy stripe? and p-rays. Men's Fins Tailored Fit-Reform trimmings, all the newest shades, fancy cuffs, etc. Tweed and Worsted. Finished 'v to your measure. Price Men's New Fall Styles in Suits Fit-Reform Tailored fine imported plain aud fancy stripes, 4 and 5 button sacs, fancy or plain ctift's, finished to your meas- ure. Prices to J. Worthway's Fine Tailored Suits for Fall clothing that leads among the high- est class clothing of Canada today for fit. style and finish. They are rtnsiirpassed. to A Large Range of Progress Brand Suits and iu a few days. Prices t-iiu to Marching Out Prices IN MEN'S CRAVENETTE RAINCOATS AND TOPPERS FAIR WEEK lien's Cravenettr Ihuncouts. Jiegular price Sale price Finn's Cnivenette Raincoats. Regular price Sale jirice Men's Craveneiie Kairieoats. price >5l3.oO Sale m-ice -i i Men's Cravetiette Jiaincoats. Regular price -f lo.OQ. Sa le Men's Craveiiiette Raincoats. 'Regular price Sale price..........'___ Men's Dark Urey Box Clieviot (Jvercoats. Sale price. Men's Dark Grey 3-4 C'heviot Overcoats, silk faced. Sale price 8.00 9.50 Furnishing-s.! Furnishing-s Furnishings! One big lot of: Men's Negligee Shirts. Regular Sale pi-ice is R. Coat Shirts at to heavy ribbed wool Underwear. Price per suit fleece lined Underwear. Suit; Black Cashmere Half Hose. Price Special Black Cashmere Half Hose. Price is Half Hose. Pair heavy grav wool Half The price is .5 Pairs for Hats. Xew Fall Shapes in soft and stiffs. Prices B. Stetson Hats in soft and stiffs. Price .is Neckwear, Derby ties. Prices 15c to lawn kerchiefs. Price Working Gloves union made .50c Overalls union made. Suit Brand Overalls union made. Prices 60c to The CEO. A. SLATER INVICTUS Mad to Other make fine shoes...................................................................... to WINTER FURS ON DISPLAY FAIR WEEK McKELVIE McGUIRE ORljbclHSiveleii'sOytfitteniiletlilrMjie TAILORING We can make you a suit to ordtr from up. Fit will ItM ;