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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta V THE LrrHampac DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY, OCTOBER u, The Man A Novclization of the Play of the Sime Nimt 1909, bj Araarfeu Uy BOOTH TAKKINGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON it glorious, Hoddy she gald with exalted tone. and held up the b'ook she carried, "It's Btirke's 'Peerage.' And Froissarfs 'Chroni- been reading it oil over "J had Aim. you launo, 1 rather think, didn't If" again. The St Aubyns were at Crecy and and St Aubyn will be my name." "They want it to be your name soon, he answered her. For a moment she turned away and then looked at him straight in the "You're fond of Almeric, aren't you, Hoddy? You admire him, don't you, "Certainly. Why, think of all he represents, yes, Hoddy! Crusader's blood flows in his reins. It is the nobility that must be within him that I have plighted my troth to. 1 am ready to toatry him Tyben they Horace sighed. threw himself into a chair and burst out: "Oh. I say, what a go! Motor car breaks down on the way here. One of the Johnnies, a German dis- charges the chauffeur, and the other of your Yankee chaps, two silly little donkeys, like rabbits, you know, to pull the ma- chine. Then, as they can't make, it you know, he puts himself in the s trapsx with them and proceeds, at- tended by the populace. He laughed long and loudly. "I went up to this Yankee chap. I mean to was pulling and tug- ging along, you 1 said. There you are. three of you in a row, aren't meaning him and the two don jreyi, you see, Kthel, and all tie could answer was that he the best company in sight' No meaning to it I had him, you know, I rather think, didn't IV" At this moment Lord Hawcastle en- tered with a bundle of newspapers un- der his arm and proceeded to settle himself at one of the tables. Almeric approached him. "English papers, governor? I'll take the pink un, I'm off." And he picked up the tinted sheet as he spoke. Ethel .came up to him and touched him on the arm. "Going for a stroll, Almeric? Would you like me to go with you, He looked at her vacantly for an In- stant and then stammered: "Well, 1 rather thought I'd have a quiet bit of reading, you know." Ethel drew back quickly and said in a very small voice: "Oh, 1 beg your pardon." Then she sat down hurriedly by Lord Hawcastle. well His teemed rath- er to hare been thrown on negligently. The little party at the table regarded him with hostility, and.Lady-Creech turned up her aristocratic nose. "What a dreadful she aald and turned again to her paper. The German walked tedately acroM the terrace to the table where the two servitors still stood at attention and lifted his hand in a curt half salute in acknowledgment of their bo "Seo to my American he "What a terrible remarked i Lady Creech again, and Hawcastle bent toward her. "Undoubtedly, but he ipeaka Eng- lish. So be careful" "So many objectionable people commented the crusty dame. Herr von G rollerhagen turned smil- ingly to Mariano. "My American friend desires his na- tional dish." Mariano bowed. "Yes, Herr von plied Mariano deferentially. "He will have the eggs on but one of two sides and the ham fried, to he go to cook it himself." j Von Grollerhagen smiled, when from without the gates came a shout of amusement and wild laughter. Mari- ano instantly bowed and ran toward the hotel. he said eagerly. "He return from the kitchen with that national dish." Michele emerged from the hotel walking backward and carrying a' cov- ered dish, while Ethel turned with a little shudder of disgust to the countess. "How horrible P" she said, and the Frenchwoman patted her shoulder re- assuringly. Immediately following the servitor came Pike, the same self possessed Pike, clad in a linen duster and a straw hat that was decorated with a bright ribbon. If there was anything distinctive about him It was his scarf, which was of that type known as Windsor and much affected by in the east and every one In the west He carried a towel with -vhim and dropped it In one .hand as he glanced about. "lAwr he observed, startled, but amused. "I didn't know there were folks here. Reckon you'll have to ex- cuse me. Here, he called, toss- ing the towel into Michele's hands and walking over to the table, Hawcastle, Po, you know the difference between working and having the work for you? Sunlight Soap actually makes the dirt drop you time and injures neither hands nor clothes. That is just the difference be t w e e n Sunlight Soap and ordinary Follow Life buoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- ing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. WHY SUFFER FROM PILES lievingly. Ethel hid her face, with wiu uv M HUWU tub 'i ti made and arranfed. It will take all your of the estate, als, but If s worth hundred and fifty thousand pounds." Bttiftl lifted the book to the level of her eyes. "What better use could be made of a fortune, Hoddy, than to maintain the state and high condition of so an- cfent He looked at her affectionately and took her hand. "It does seem impossible that we Were born In Indiana, doesn't it, sis- And the tones of his voice were those of incredulity. She smiled at him fondly. "But isn't it good that the pater 'made his as the Americans say, and let us come over here while we were young to find the nobler things. nobler TChe nobler things the nobler things! Why, sis, when old Hawcas- tle dies I'll be saying offhand, you know, sister, the Countess of Haw For a moment Ethel remained thoughtful and then turned to her brother. "Ton don't Imagine that father's friend, this old Mr. Pits, will 'be queer, do "Well, the governor himself was I rather raw, you know. This is prob- lably a harmless old chap, easy to han- "I wish I knew. I shouldn't like Al- meric's family to think we had queer connections of any sort, and he might'. torn out to be quite shockingly Amer- ican. couldn't bear .that, There was a note of genuine pathos In her voice, and her brother respond- ed instantly: CHAPTER VUL THE AMERICAN. HE clatter without continued un- abated, and Ethel and the count- ess walked back to the terrace rampart to stand looking oat orer the glorious bay. Horace, still in the seventh heaven of delighted realization, took the Daily Mail from the table on which the earl had thrown it and seated himself to read beside Lady Creech, who was al- ready deep in the Church Register. The earl had buried himself in the Pall Mall Gazette and was apparently ob- livious to such minor details as an Italian peasant row. Bnt to Horace in his highly strung condition of nerves the uproar was ag- gravating, and he called to Mariano, who was busily setting the table again: "Mariano, how long is this noise to The maitre d'botel shrugged his ex- pressive shoulders and replied: "How can I know, m'sieu? We can do nothing." Michele. who was assisting chief, smiled covertly at the young man. "Tbe populace they will not be de- part so long as there shall be the chance once -again to observe the North American who pulled the auto- mobile with the donkeysr cried Mariano, with vigor. "He have confuse me. He have-con- fuse everybody. He will not be con- tent with the dejeuner until he have the ham and the egg. and he will have the egg cooked upon but one of two sides, and bow in the name of the heaven can we tell which of these two Mariano was about to continue his grumbling complaint when from the doorway of the hotel there'came an in- terruption. The courier who had spo- ken with him earlier in the morning other little shudder, aa Pike, without removing bis dust coat, sat down oppo- j site the German. "You are true laughed Von GrollerhagestL "You allow no pro- fane hand to cook your national dish. I trust you will as successful with that wicked mine." Pike laughed heartily. "Lord bless your sotfl, doc, Tve put a self tinder together after a pony en-, glne had bncked it halfway throng h a brick depot" said Pike genially, tucking his napkin Inside the collar of his shirt and falling to on the bam and eggs. At the table where sat the Hawcastle party there were expres- sions of pained agony. "Yon have studied mechanics at the university, went on Ton Grol- lerhagen. "Is It not returned Pike. "Not much! On the old man's farm." Hawcastle turned at once to Horace, "Without any disrespect to you, my dear fellow, what terrific bounders most of your fellow countrymen Nature's Remedy is Zam-3uk Impressive Cures of Women Sufferers Wherever there is suffering from piles, Zam-Buk should be applied! There -are lots of reasons for this, but one of: the best is that in jically all cases of piles where the use of Zam-Buk is persevered with, complete merely the result. Mrs. Wm. Hughes, of 253, Hochela- ga Street, Hochelaga, Montreal, says: suffered from blind, itching and protruding for years. Sonie- ;imes they were so bad'that I could lardly bear to move about. The in- the barning, smarting pain, the throbbing, the aching, the overpowering' feeling of dullness -and lark despair which this ailment wrings, the "shooting spasms of agony were so terrible that only suf- erers from this awful ailment can un- _Bad as this case was, Zam-Buk riumpihed, and Mrs. Hugrhes suffers no longer. It. only needed a little >erseverance with Zam-Buk and in the end complete; cure resulted. Mrs. E. Boxall, of Scott St. Thomas, says months with'out cessation I endured great pain from bleeding .piles. For as many months I tried everything which I thought would give me ease, but in the end, dispirited and, still suffering., I gave in." Then it was she heard of Zam-Buk and she I feared Zam-Buk would be like the ordinary am glad it was not. It soon- proved itself to be dif- ferent. It rapidly gave me relief, and after a time cured me complete- ly. I .would like to let all sufferers from piles know what "a grand thing until I-was cured, .jl wish I convince every sufferer from veiled taunt, but .turned quickly with j Mr. F. Astridge, 3, St. Paul Street, 'St. Catherines, ...five years I suffered untold agony from piles. At '.times the pain was so bad I 'could have- screamed aloud. On -a friend's advice I tried a box of Zam- Buk. It gave me considerable ease, .and with the treatment could piles of the value of this great herbal balm." So one could go on quoting; case after case, and it is by working such cures that Zam-Buk has earned for itself- its great reputation. Now if you. suffer from this, terribly painful ailment just be guided by the foregoing eases! For internal piles melt.'a little Zam- Buk and thoroughly soak a wad, made of clean but "old linen. Then If the piles are external, application of Zam-Buk is still mors simple. Do it upon retir- ing. Next will be well satisfied. Zam-Buk is a cure also for cold- "Then keep him That's simple he said. "None of them, except the solicitor, need see him." Almost In a burst like an eruption there came an" uproar outside the gates beyond the laughter, riot- ous cheering and the notes of the tar- out of the way. i stood there and voiced but one word. "Garconj" he said softly. But it was like the command of a "cavalry officer in its effect, for instantly the maitre d'botel arid his aid stood at attention like trained veterans. The earl evi- dently was not too deeply immersed to catch the sudden silence, for h looked entella played by mandolins and gul- j up from his paper and observed: tar, then more shouts and cheers and cries of "Bravo. and "Yanka Horace ran to the gates, but they were closed, and the uproar continued. Ethel stood by ooe of the tables, amazement written on her features, and turned to her brother as he came back shaking his. head. "What is she asfced tremu- lously. Lady Creech, all in a flutter, entered from the hoteL At a glance one would set her down for an aristo- crat There was ao doubt of it -From the topmost tip of her white hair to the toe of her solid shoe she was an "One of your fellow countrymen, my she said to Ethel. "Your Amer- icans are really "Not my Americans, Lady said Ethel spiritedly. "Not our. you know. One could hardly say that nowF' reiterated Horace.- Aimeric entered, at once laughing -and beating his boot with Ms crop. Almost exhausted with his mirth, be "Upon my soul! Who's Mariano did not turn his head nor relax bis attitude of stiff attention, but answered obsequiously: "It Is the Herr von GrolJerbagen, a German gentleman, milord." Hawcastle turned with an amused smile to Horace. "The man who owns the automobile. Probably a fortune in sausage." From within the hotel there came the tones of a heavy though cultivated voice declaiming quietly: "Nein. nein. RIbiore! macM And instantly there came aown IHQ steps the German gentleman aforesaid. He was tali and of a commanding presence. He wore a grayish beard and an automobile cap that half con- cealed the eyes that burned with the authority of generations beneath. Withal it was a kindly face, and, though there was a stern command in the figure, tiiere was genial humor and even tenderness too. By no au- thority could. IAS .have been considered "Do you. wonder that sis and I hare emancipated he asked, and the noble earl, with a softened glance !as he thought of the dollars, replied blandly, "Not at all, my dear and turned once more to his paper. Von Grollerhagen glanced at the three with slight amusement, and held out the caviare to Pike. "Can I persuade you to try one of my national he replied Pike. "I've beard of it, but I thought it was Russian." "It is also answered the other, recovering himself from the 1 start he had given. "Will you Daniel looked him straight in the eye quizzically. "I'd never get into the legislature again if any of the boys heard of he remarked, "but I guess I'm far enough from home to take a few chances." Quite slowly and hesitatingly he placed some of the caviare in his month and then turned a vacant and pained look npon the German. The latter smiled and observed quickly: "You do not like it? I am sorry. Here! A taste of the vodka will de- stroy the caviare." Mariano quickly filled a glass and it to Daniel, who seized it ea- gerly. This time he sat bolt upright in the chair and exhibited real dis- i ganized by Professor and Mrs. E. C. SWIFT ON FEET AS LEARNED IN LAW Wallace Nesbitt, K. C., Had Wild Run to Fire From Courtroom Toronto, Oct. figure of Wallace Nesbitt, K.C., tear- ing down Yonge street, jostling peo- ple, aside, garbed in cut-away law- yer's coat which is worn beneathithe K.C.'s gown and the lawyer's tie. two pieces of white linen living in the wind, created no end of wonder- ment just before noon hour yester- day. People wondered what was up. Some stood in amazement and gazed i after the hurrying figure, while oth- ers, who know Mr. Nesbitt, decided! that something out of the ordinary bad happened, so they joined in the! chase to see what it was. Going to a Fire. There was a reason, and it was a ire. Mr. Nesbitt had just concluded the examination of a witness in, the case of M. A. Piggott agiinst the' trelph and Goderich Railway, which rlr. Justice Britton is hearing in the ion-jury assizes, this being'the third veek. G. H. Shop ley, K.C., had tood up and had -put the first ques- ion in cross-examination when one >f the court attendants came over and whispered in Mr. Nesbitt's ear his office. :IL ihc Home Life was on Like a flash, .Mr. Nesbitt stood up nd made a rush for the side room, vhere his hat wjas, taking off his own as he went. He didn't even arry long enough; to explain to his ordship what was the rush. Shov- ng the door of the side room open e picked up his hat, threw his gown ii the floor, and ran out of the ourt. He ran along the corridor! ushed the button on the elevator j ill the operator thought that noth- ng else than murder was taking lace, ran out on ttie ground floor, nd so, still running, out onto James treet. Hackmari Couldn't Understand. Outside 'the city, hall he spied a a cab, which he wanted to re. He was so flustered, however, hat the-cabby couldn't understand what; he wanted, so, without taking further explain matters, he rushed off again. The speed maintained makes Mr. Nesbitt a possible candidate for the Ward Marathon next Saturday, and j KING NOT TO WED PRINCESS he is a strong finisher, as just as To take your meals at the on-' ly all-r'o u n d Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUK SPRING CHICKEN i And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm. It is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit-your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. 4 Everybody admits that Schweitzer Bros, Bread Cakes and Pastry are THE BEST The Best Materials the Best Bakers Pro- duced TELEPHONE 181 sores and chapped cracked hands, ulcers, festering -'sores., blood-poison- ing, eczema, bad leg, ring-worm, scalp sores, burns, scalds, and all skin diseases and injuries. All druggists and stores sell Zam- Buk at 50c a box, or may be obtained post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price; 3 boxes for You soon as he spied the reels outside the Home Life Building, he spurted like Bobhy Kerr doing a 220. When he got to the building, how- ever, the firemen were putting away the hose from the chemical wagon, arid the elevator.man told him his offices were untouched. I'm mighty glad to heal- that, "said Mr. Nesbitt. "I left the papers in a number of Supreme Court casts which come up next week on my desk when I left the office in the That accounted for Mr. Nesbitt's hurry, and -to make sure that all was safe he went up to have a look. The only thing wrong was the strong odor of ammonia and'other chem- icals, which permeated his office.-Mr. Nesbitt then sauntered back to the court room. After he had left Mr. Shepley was told of the fire, and he -explained matters to Mr. Justice Britton. His Lordship accordingly adjourned the court with a smile till Mr. Nesbitt's return. Rumored Portugese-English Alliance 9 Alexandra of Fife Not to Be Queen. London, Oct. comes 'out 1 must have- a very large fortune.-- TMs is an indispensable qualification.. It would, moreover, be very imprudent for King Maiiuel "to marry" anybiSr but a born, and bred Eoman Catholic, for the Portuguese certainly would not welcome a Protestant'1 princess who had just been converted official- to-day with a direct contradiction to, ly> The story of tfie QueeQ Mother the persistent reports that Kins Manuel of Portugal is coming to Eng- E. F. Lang, of the firm of Allan Lang, Killam and McKay, insurance agents, Winnipeg, is dead. TEACHERS' TRAINING CLASS Largest West of the Missouri River Is at Spokane Spokane, Wash., Oct. is declared to be the largest union Sun- day school teachers' training class west of the Missouri river was or- It will pay you to trade with us. 242-26 are warned, however, against cheap j Lumber Co. and dangerous imitations sometimes offered as being "just at good." land to become betrothed to Princess Alexandra of Fife. The article s-ays "There's no foundation for the ridi- culous report that the betrothal is to be announced at a state banquet at Windsor Castle during his Maj- esty's visit. King Manuel and Prin- cess Alexandra have never seen each other, and there would be numerous grave obstacles in of such a marriage, 'if it had ever been contem- plated in any responsible quarter, Avhich it has not been. "A weekly contemporary announces that the late King of Portugal al- ways wished that the late Prince' Royal might marry an English prin- cess. This is pure fiction, and a most unfortunate fabrication, for it is well known that preliminaries for the be- trothal of late Prince Royal to an Austrian Arch-duchess were being ar- ranged at the time of the King's death. "The future Queen of Portugal' set her heart oa a alliance is> all NEW BANK BRANCHES In September Canadian banks open, eel 2.9 new branches. Only one branch closed. Branches of distributed as fol- There are now Canadian banks lows In Canada Ontario 951 Quebec 332 Nova Scotia 105 New Brunswick 67 Prince Edward Island 16 Manitoba 170 Alberta 142 188 British Columbia 124 Yukon 3 In Newfoundland Elsewhere 5 44 Total To Hotel Men, Boarding-house Keepers, Dealers and Others: Important tress. Then be quickly seized another forkfnl of the caviare and ate it hur- riedly. "But I thought you did not like the said the German, Daniel breathed quickly for an In- stant, and the flush died from his face. "That -was to take away the taste ol the he said weakly, and Von Grollerhagen lifted his head and laughed heartily. "I lift my hat to you, my he said, and Plte looted at him genially. "You never worked on a farm, you, he asked, and- the German admitted that sack a pleasure had been denied him. "i guess that's went on.Dan- iel reflectively. "Talk about things to drink I Harvest time and the women folks coming out from tne house -with a two gallon jug of Ice cold butter- milk." (To Be Continued GAVE RJVAL HER PONY :Little Ruth Eansof Remembered Play- Windsor, Oct. Eansor, Shetland pony which the child won. merry battle for the honor of being at the Windsor mid-winter fair last year win bo given imt chum, tiae young daughter of Fire Chief Murray Ruth Eansor won the animal by re- ceiving .the most votes in the pop- whose little 11-year-old daughter ularity, contest conducted by the fair Ruth was buried in St. Alphonsus j officials. cemetery, Windsor, yesterday, willj The little Murray girl was 'Ruth's today carry' out a pathetic request i closest competitor and the two chil- which she asked of him a few hours i dren attracted 'the attention of the fefore her death. A shaggy-haired Canadian city's populace by their the most popular little girl in Wind- sor. The funeral services were conduct- ed in St. Alphonsus church by Rev. Father O'Connor. The small white casket was borne by ten playmates of the popular little girl, four boys and six girls. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co- Knapp, of Chicago, at a meeting in Westminster Congregational church of Spokane, when 500 workers from 50 schools wore in attendance. In addition there were 23 superintend- ents and .73 pastors and department leaders. The class, which is expected to number before the end of the year, will have its graduation serv- ices in Spokane the second week in 1010. The Methodist Episcopal church led in number at the organiza- tion meeting, having 00 students in the hail when the first lesson was given. Others with more than 25 members .were: Presbyterian, Con- gregational, Baptist, Christian, Unit- ed Presbyterian and Evangelical. The, United Brethren and the Reformed Mormons are also represented. One hundred and twenty young men and women who are teaching classes in local Sunday schools at present .also joined the work. SNOW IN ONTARIO Welland, Ont., Oct. inches of snow fell throughout this listrict last night, fruit tress have suffered severely as a result. Kingston, Ont., Oct. falling here today sufficient to whiten the ground. A high wind last night erl away jras buoys at Ports- mouth and Mvles. At the Lethbridge Steam Laundry Company's Old Building, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19.th.J9Q9 at 10 a.m. FRANK G WADDINGTON Is Instructed by the Owner to remove for convenience of sale and Sell by Public Auction as above, a large quantity of and Other Effects, comprising abont 50 BEDS, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, Dressers and Stands, Toilet Sets, Two Cash Registers, Telephones and a quantity of BAR FIXTURES AND Pumps Sideboards, Dining and Other Ta- bles, Linoleums, Carpets, Crockery. Awnings, Screen Windows, Screen Doors, Kitchen uiensiis and a quantity of articles too numerous to men- tion. Goods on view, Monday, Oct. 18th, from 10 til! 4. No reserve upon any article. Terms cash. Auctioneer's Office: Crabb St. Phone 261 ;