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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LlTHftlUDQt DAILY HiHALD. MONDAY AUGUST U, liM. PAQC fttVIM SOUND TIPS FOR DEMON AUTOI8TS Being an Alphabetical Treatise on Haw to Handle a Machine The following with apologia to v be found of benefit' tu motorists who 40 not, know just what to do at the moment- A_1S for auto, it like a horse; jf it's lame or balky, try to find the cause. ior battery; don't" forget to Switch the other on at times; that will st-rvc to rest it. for the cylinder- keep it good and clean. wo from clogging carbons by "injecting kerosene, the differential; if it's packed, Do know 'the difference, between working and having the work dons for you? Sunlight Soap actually the dirt drop you tiffiv iitt'4 injures neither nor That ig just the difference- be t w ec n Sunlight Soap and ordinary O- h SOPHY OF KRAVONIA MADE 750 MILES. IN DAYS Francis D. Wilion, Fort Vermilion, in in Bad Shape in North By Anthony Hope Author Of "The Prisoner Of Zenda" Follow Directions Lever Brotheis, Toronto, will send -you v__u J in grease Look at it occasionally; then your trouble? cease. [f, tor the engine; never race; your'spark'and thiottle in the proper plaer. for the 'flywheel; if it shake? i or jars Look into your bearing for trace o: heat and scars. ior the gasoline; strain it j through a free a cake of their famous P1 a n u.. i toilet soap, if you mention 'this paper. lei it i t-or tiie water; -don't let it run no sufch loveras he His answer had to the king. There was 110 news of its reception yet. but on the next day in the even- ing great tid- ings came from Slavria, for- warded by Zer- kovitch, who was In charge of the prince's affairs there. prince burst eagerly into the dining the nislot. where Thai -will keep the water out and- from saying ln for the highspeed: ubt it when you can; Fretting up the lower gear's in overheating plan. ior ignition; watch your insu- j lations; KwD'them free from oil or wttj and you will bvp your po- low; Alv.ayt. hobi1 your tank out eveiy week Or au. j lor uXplotion: if it 1 your duty Ls to clean the spark which is doubtless sooty. the yoke" that keeps your f' See the nuts .that hold it are -Is for the zanry. who, with light- ed match Looks for trouble where tlie will catch. FOR CAMPERS for the jack, and do be sure .and take one; j I! your tire is punctured it's quite j a job to make one.- iB for the knocking: perhaps your endue'? hot- Dont's that May Save Many sands' Dollars Thou- Or too far advanc- -be sure that it is not. ior the lever; first release your clutch; Or you're sun- to strip your gear? will cost you much.' for tht- muffler: cut it out in time; You will find your motor has an easier climb for tht- nuts, which you jnu'-t and try. Oi you will bv having trouble by a IK! by ;D- the i, see the d You .in vi ry lucky if it's placed in sight. ior the priming; don't it toy long. She "flould crank the third time if there i- nothing wrong. least you ought> Cures petty troubles (thcy can be tfiught) pt_ls for tin- radiatoi if it hot Try the a if you do not. for the tire bhot us will be dire If don't investigate the pump- ing of the tire. for'the inner tube: alw.ays have Any one will do, if a prettl fair for tht- uykifp: IT shuuld not be too l-irge. It's, better for to the origin'of fire? from this? cause. and are varnestly commended to th attention of carnp whose workings we care nothing save so far as j I they serve to the defter mov-, ing of our dishes or the more scientific _ brushing and folding1-of our clothes'! Etumorists and philosophers have de- i scribed or conjectured or caricatured; the world of those who wait on us, ic-! viting us to consider Low we may ap-1 pear to the inward gaze of the eyes which arc so obediently cast down fore ours or so dutifully alert to antici- pate our orders. As u rule, we decline, the Invitation. The task seems at once rf difficult and unnecessary. Enough to! remember that the owners of the eyes have ears and also! A small: leak left unstancbed. will empty largest cask at last It is well to keep. that in mind, both in private concerns' cna Kootenay ash- pan is exception- ally large. Holds two-days' ac- cumulation. Ke- moved easily, like a dresser drawer. Flanges attached to fire-pot guidejall ashes into pan: Free booklet onj .request ASH L PAN to him in gravest, fullest "It is life, she said. can't see life without it now." He held'.out'-his'hanQs. slow- ly she laid hers in them. 1 is enough, and nothing tlsc could I have been enough from you to me and j from me to you." he said gently, "tin- i less-we live it together I think it can be no life for us now." ,1Hie chain which had held Marie Zer- kofiteh suddenly snapped. She rushed" into the room and. forget- i ful of everything in her agitation, I seized the'prineo by-the-arm. 1 "What flo you sbe cried. "Wliat do you mean? Arc you He was very fond of little Marie. He looked down at her now. with af- fcctionate. indulgent i "Come, you've heard .what I said.. 1 suppose, though it wasn't meant for i your ears, you knowl Well, then, I mean.just what I said. Marie." i "But what uo you mean by she persisted in a feverish, almost cbiidisb, excitement Sbe turned on Sophy too. "And what do you mean" by it So- she cried. t> Sophy passed a hand over her brow. t A slow ymiie relieved the enchanted tension of her face. She seemed tc {smile in a whimsical flt her- I self.' Her answer to Marie came vague and almost dreamy. thought ol nothing, dear sbe said. with a sudden low murmnr of laughter, she laid her hands in the prince's again. She lisd Thought of i nothing but of that life together and thc-ir love. "She'll share my life, Marie, aud, when the time cosoes, my throne." the I prince saiO softly. He tried to per- J'suadc and soothe her witb his gentle tones. and in affairs of public magnitude. The king's body Emile Le- page, had been set Vth inking. This was the result of the various and pro-, fuse scoldings which he bad undergone for calling young Count Alexis '-prince-11 J The kings brief, sharp words at conference had been elaborated irtto a reproof both longer and sterner than his majesty was wont to trouble self to administer. He had been very! strong ou the utter folly, of putting such ideas into the boy's head. Lepage wis pretty clear that the idea from the boy's head into his, but bej said nothing more of -that. The boyj himself scolded Lepage, first for hav-i ing been overheard, second, and, as j j page guessed, after being scolded huu-' j self very roundly, for using the offend- i ing title at all. Meekly Lepage born I this cross also, indeed, with some amusement and a certain touch of pitjj for young Alexis, who was not a j and obviously could not make orat why. t In the Docks n. ting's" sons were always 1 princes, even though there were, as 1ft those glorious days there often were, fifty or threescore of them. Then Countess Ellenburg scolded him. The king's "Ifs absurdr was rankling sorely In her mind. Her scold- jug was in her heaviest manner, very, religious. She called Heaven to wit- I ness that never by word or deed had she done anything to give her hoy sucB a notion. The days are gone by when} Heaven makes overt present answer. Nothing happened, "She roundly charg- ed Lepage with fostering the idea fotj i his own purposes. .He wanted to Then, i the Prince of Slavna. against his t brother, she supposed, mud to curry vor with the rising sun at the Child's cost, She was very effectiTe. bet she an- gered Lepage almost beyond I ance. By disposition'he was tihtprough- 1 ly good natared if sardonic and sive. He could not snftcr the of having pretty twy T for his own ends. It was both i boding, slie flung" away the arm j held, .with an angry gesture. HILARY'S LOWMHV, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMIUM LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. Zerkovitch would not have it and absurd. He snapped hack sinartlj by her old fear, her old fore- at her. "I hope nobody will do she pot wrong ideas in his head "It's have done, Mme. la In'a ruinr she crSeil. "Ruin! Her i fury she drove him from the room, hot voice rang ont through the old room i she had started ever so slightly. Le-j and sccmetl to fill all the castle of Pros- j page's alert brain jumped at the siff- lok with its dlrgefnl note, r nal. Finally Stenovics himself had a lee-1 ture for poor, much lectured Lepage, j It was one of the miscalculations to which an overcautious cunning Is prone. Stenovics was gentle and con- siderate, but he was very j he firmly. "Ruin -will cot come through me nor through her. Tt may be that you call will come; Tt may be that I shall lose my life or my throne." He smiled n little, "Such changes and chances corneas nothing new to a Stefanovitch, ent, above all that nothing should be VI have clever and bold men against me. j said about the episode, neither about it Let them try! We'll try too! But ruiD will not be by her fault nor through this. And if it were, don't T owe bet Si- silence was his harden. Job D Headquarters for Office ;Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped in All Branches of the Trade Expert Mechanics and the Latest Machinery If you have not tried us for your work, let us turn you out a trial order Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Invitations Announcements Circulars I nphlets Etc., etc. (If -out of town write us.> mv life already? 'Should I refuse (To continued.) ;