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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta KAOI SIX THE LETHBRIOQE DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, How Gold Dredges Get the Gold 1 itnp Hiiil taA rugged mountain! of the Klondike region give iwto humbttlcw ibaJl which become from time to time wilh tht melting of the cloud bur jti heavy iaias to which the country The grinding of the glaeicn and the erosion of these turbulent itoetnu bring down 'ocki, wnd and gravel from the mountain depths and faatnestes where man never yet penetrated. In a region where ledges of Cold-bearing Quartz are a prominent feature in the formation, it is natural that these of Nature thouid tear away quantities of exceedingly rich arterial. process hat been going on for The hidden of Cold away in the are inexhaustible. The rush of the 10 impetuous that even boulders of considerable tize are borne in their course, and only when Nature tpent hertelf do they find a place. The broad wider reaches of tKe the itream, and the Gold, in the form of nuggets, grains and fliiej, npidly Cold 5s very than Die rock J'jelf, and ooce it findt a retting place, lifts down through the light surface mud and uind until, by force of Gravity, it reaches bed roci. .Where the of streann have beea changed, the richest Placer are found in their old beds. But in the larger, constant these rich dcpotiu are beyond the reach of merely human agencies. It for. the Gold the heavy; nuggets and of Gold down through the overlying strata In the ban and benchcf of the river, to recover these of Gold from the treasure-house of Nature. The long of the Dredge, with their endless chains of bucket search down, fsct of water. and gravel, if need the Gold and finally bed rock itself. often overlaid with an actual coverlet of pare hoarded accumulation of reached. The Gold Dredge brings up this material in wholesale quantities it with scientific accuracy to save the finest of the for the fint tine lays bare to the hand o; man Virgin Gold, While personally present on our property at Stewart River, Yukon Territory, Klondike, Septemlw 1st, I saw with my own ryes a clean-up from our first and smaller dredge, netting and this was preceded only a few days hy another clean-up from the same dredge amounting to in Gold. I saw this Gold, gathered from the gold-saving of our Dredge, moulded into solid bar of Gold. With such results in sight, we_are bending evry effort to get twenty of these mammoth Dredges at work on our property. This summer, our second dredge west and stronger than the ii already at work. We control by direct lease from the Canadian Government, One Hundred and Five (105) miles of Dredgable on the Stewart River, eighty miles from Dawson City, in the Klondike. We have tested the gravel thoroughly with Drills, and it haa been proven rich throughout. As a matter of fact, the site of our holdings was recognized, even before the Gold Rush Li 1693, to be rich Li is a ma tier of public recwd that the Gold it so located as to be difficult to obtain by any hand method. And Fifty dredges could not exhaust this area in a Hundred years. x With a-proposition so rich, the payment of JIvidcsJj and tlte continued work of development can Cici.'y go hand i.i hand. To this work of development now, we arc Treas- ury Stock in our Company. Three thousand stockholders, many of them well-known in the Canadian country, are already on our books. This necessity for Dredge costs upwards of your to i.i a rich venture. Our Company is rorracd of the pick of broad-minded business men Ogilvie, of the Yukon aad respected by the whole Canadian country, at its Keatl. I; is economically managed, with no salaried officials, no Bonds, and no Preferred Stock. the whole story is told in our illustrated Prospectus. The Coupon will bring it to you. The is United. Fill out and mail the Coupon to-day. Gold Dredges are making millions. Yukon Basin Gold Dredging Co., Ltd. G. W. Clawson, Treas. Orangemen MR, HERMAN DYING OF and the British STONE IN JH[ BLADDER Qln Pills 649 Somerset Building Winnipeg, Canada Plassc send nte, postagepre- paid, your large illustrated Prospectus, also free Booklet on Cold Dredging, with full particu- lars by return mail. It is undtrsiood that! incur noobligation whatever in making ikis request. Address GREATER THAN FRINGE RUPERT Offering of Town Lots FORT GEORGE The geographical and commercial center of Central British metropolis of a splendid WHEAT AND MIXED FARMING COUNTRY. gateway to NECHACO, BU1LKLEY, FEASER, PEACE RIVER AND OTHER VAliETS. Also.' of; CARIBOO and TUKONmining districts. HALF WAT BETWEEN EDMONTON AND PRINCE RUPERT ON LINE OF THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY. TITLE TO LOTS GUARANTEED AND INSURED BY THE GOVERN- MENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. Write quickly for maps of this great Inland Empire of Canada, also offi- cial Information regarding climate, lands, mining, etc Natural Resources Security Co. WINCH BLDG., VANCOUVER, B. C. DISCIPLES OF CHRIST HOLD LARGE GATHERING At International Convention at Prosperous Year Pittsburg, Oct. The. ninth and concluding day's session of the Inter- Centennial and. convention of the Disciples of Christ (Christian church) is being -held today. Evan- gelistic of the church was- dis- cussed and tonight the convention ends with street: meetings by .volun- teer evangelists and singers. Among the forty thousand delegates it is the belief that great good to Christian' churches all over the, country "will follow. The proceedings developed a number of noteworthy achieve- ments. Forty times delegates attended! .IjHis convention tkaa.. the one held ki tin's citv, 18 years ago. In a century the church secured "Ulster-Protestant" in Toronto Star.) "The Orangemen of Ulster, refuse to sign petitions against the Lloyd- George budget So the cables tell us, and the news is the most hopeful sjgu of the times have had in a Iciig while. Only those lived in Ireland in the 'seventies and 'eighties can appreciate fully the significance of this news. The chief bulwark of landlordism turned against the privi- leged class. Surely it is impossible On the American, continent Orange- ism is merely a (so-called) "bulwark of but in Ireland the Orangeman has been not only that in his own opinion at also one of vhe principal props of landlord ascendancy. The policy of the Irish landlords has always been to "divide and as any student of Irish history knows. The first Orange lodge as the "Dyan formed in 1795, and the society soon became powerful, appealing, as it clid, to' sectarian, feeling. Latimer, in his '.'History of the Irish says "The hatred which the lower class of Protestants bore to their Roman Catholic neighbors made them eager to join the new association and that hatred became a powerful instru- ment in the hands of the Episcopal landlords for maintaining their own lights and for "oppressing the very peool-e by whose religious enthusiasm tl maintained their power. The so- ck of United Irishmen had been ai- rea- rornied to promote Parliament- ary reform. Those Protestants who ha-ted -the Catholic more than the landlord became" Orangemen, -and I 513 James St., Hamilton. "Four years ago I was taken dow0 with what the doctors called Inflamma- tion of the pains in th-r back and. loins, great pain and difficulty in urinating. The pain was greatest in j the region of thebladder, and the attacks, which became more frequent, amounted to unbearable agony, and I became so weak that I could not walk across the floor. Doctors could do nothing to help zne. My wife read in the paper about Gin Pills and sent for a box. From the very first-1 felt that Gin Pills were doing me good. The pain relieved at once, and the attacks were less frequent. In six weeks the Stone in the Bladder came away and the pain stopped entirely. I have had no return of the trouble and have not lost a day's work on account of it. I cannot express myself strong enough when I speak ot what Gin Pills have done for me. When I remember how I suffered, and how now I am healthy and well and strong and able to do a full'day's work, I feel I should speak and tell other sufferers of my ex- perience and of the wonderful merits of Gin Pills." JOHN HERMAN. You don't have to buy Gin Pills to test them. Simply write The National Drug Chemical Go. Dept AD Toronto, and a free sample will be strit you by return mail. When you have used the sample and feel that at last you have found the remedy that will do you buy Gin Pills at your a box, 6 for Remember, please; that 1 Gin Pills are sold on a positive guarantee j of a cure or your money, back. And The Man By Booth Tarkington an d Harry L. Wilson at Home. 1 Known ai Ivanoff Ivanovitch. and l have spent nine years in Siberia, nine years o) belL It is ten years ago since 1 was ing toward them with outstretched hands. "Hub! Don't waste time talking about it." said Pike. "1 shouldn't condemned in St. Petersburg, and you. j surprised ff you were fiui.i who know nothing of the horrors of Russian prisons, cannot understand what i hare suffered, my friends. 1 was a professor of languages, a trans- lator in the bureau of the minister of inance. and I trusted." For a moment be paused and press- ed hjs scarred hands to his Uned .bead, then sighed and went on: "1 was also a member of the Blue Fifty, a Constitutionalist, and as sucb was able to do a iittle for the cause, the cause, the same, my tamed to which your for- bears suffered and cause- of liberty. 1 could do but little, though I tried. At last 1 transferred the funds of the government to the Socle? ty of the Blue Fifty. It was a smah thing. It was for the one ruble for myself. 1 swear itr Von Grollerbageti started back, witb HP cook the refugee by the arm and steered him in the direction of the ho- tel, and as the three entered the door the curtains above the entrance this guarantee is backed largest and' Ivanovitch wholesale drug house in Canada, who will out Qis hands. take your unsupported word if you want i "XTrtl- your money reminded. tf i fair rents. The landlords, with, their J one ruble, for he re- peated. "It was for Russia's sake, not He paused and went on wearily': 1 committed the great Russian Be Kissed her tuind rapturously. were -agitated violently and the head allies, the Orangemen, had been sup-{ was and through j of Lady Creech popped out of the case- porting the Conservative party these years because that party sup- j ported landlordism. The more than the Catholic became United Ir- ishmen. A large majority of the Protestant population sympathized with the United Irishmen, although they stood aloof from their A few years later, in 1.798, the cruelties of the Government drove the people to rebellion, which was quenched in further bloodshed. "Many play was to say to his Orange, ten- ant: "Vote agauist the Liberals.. The Catholic priests and people are supporting and ..the tenant treachery. vThere was an Englishman who lived in Petersburg. Be had con- tracts with the government. I thought he was my best friend. 1 had married in my student days In Paris. Ah, it is the old he crieti ment with the suddenness of a Punch. From the keen look on her face uiijrht have imagined that had it not been for deafness she might heard every word of the conversation that bad gone on below her. As it was. bitterly. "I knew the Englishman ad j after gazing anxiously In the direction mired my wife, but I trusted her. and j of the-road she withdrew her head I trusted-him, and he made my house sharply-and within a; minute came out would vote for the Tory when, his home go maiJT bave doDe thal the door of the hotel just In time to m Parliament, opposed tooth and j i bad .50.000 rubles in my desk encounter and Mme. de Cham- f _. i i pjgny coming in 'from the grove. She nail Mr. Gladstone' sr measures of re- form, which gave. the Orangemen, equally with the Catholic, some se- curity and some protection from land- lord rapacity.- There are hundreds of readers of innocent Latimer --the funds I had be delivered to my society. One day the approached them at once, police eame 40 search, and they found "Have yon seen my she only my wife, not my EoglisJi j demanded excitedly. "Where is Lord friend, not the 50.000 rubles. I went i. Hawcastle2" Siberia. Now l search for those I Horace looked at her with surprise. He leaned against the automobile i "On the other side of the garden. "were murdered by the military with- out trial. Some fled to America, and others remained concealed at home." The landlord leaders used the U0r- savs The Star in to-day who and pressed his bands over his fact, j .Lady he answered, "down ed for the Liberals in-Ulster in those !'while "Pike, and Von and can bear out my--statement i as to how Orangeism worked hard against the best interests of its farm-i er members. Thev 4and I can Grollerhagen glanced at each other sorrowfully. Fv nally the latter asked: "It was they who sent the j And Iranovitch replied vigorously: "After they had taken the money realize that such a change has come- and -were beyond the frontier ttiem- ange organization to preserve .their about'that ulster back to- town on Tuesday vith- -the there on the terrace." and -watched, with some amusement the speedy ef- forts of the grim old lady as she hur- ried off. The amusement however, rapidly gave place to a more mterest- ing pastime, for. summoning air his callow courage, he set himself vigor- ously to hint at a possible union be- rvreeu himself and the noble countess. It was evident from the first word that .the lady was prepared for him and that, while she intended to offer him every encouragement in her power, she would not be satisfied with anything short of a definite proposa; and more likely before witnesses if possible. He made his Initial move with gayety. .She returned his bantSr with a mock seriousness and.hi answer co- his challenge on her somber mood re- "But l cannot believe you are al- ways serious, my "Try he demanded eagerly. "Set me to prove how seri- ous 1 am." She smiled at him. "Gladly." she said. "Complete odious settlement. Overcome the.re- sistance of this bad man wbo so trou- bles jour sweet sister." Horace took her.hand ana murmur- ed: "You promise, cue that when it Is set- tled 1 may speak to "Yes. You may speak to you please" And at the worris he kissed her hand rapturously. In meantime the suddenly reju- venated Lady Creech had found her brother-in-law and had imparted to him words of the utmost importance. She .had temporarily forgotten her deafness, or else the agitation that pos- sessed her bad removed it. for she was bordering upon "a state of mind." She walked him back to the hotel vs-heu she found him and "talked con- tinuously all the .way, talked his excitement grew to match her own. As tiey approached tne'gar- den Lady- Creech said to him: "I couldn't bear distinctly, for they mumbled- their words, but upon.' nay soul, Sawcastle; even if i couldn't hear well. I saw enough." and three-quarters of the meat! have been busy weighing out. steaks and roavSts- since, i forward and laid bis nand on the German's arm. "The rnaa's he said- "You wouldn't-go back on him He waited an Instant aad tten-chuc- kled grimly ID a thin, humorous way. you've made yourself one of his confederates, he Snisbed. As he spoke Von Grollerbagen j clanced at him quickly, and his eyes rook on a tin.ce of surprise. "Upon my Jsoul. but, I have, my i friend.1" Then he laughed outright. "Ah. from the first sighr-of you in the CHAPTER XIII. TIIE LETTER. S- Lady -Creech and Hawcastle entered the garden, where still band of thefaifcountess, tbey Alroeric, who was stroll- .ing in aimlessly from the direction of ,the village. Hawcastle beckoned to DUCK .SHOOTING without a cas? of Lethbridge Beer, or .a good supply waters, soft drinks in ginger iile and beer or cream iron brew, would be to, spoil of your outing plenty of our delicloua bottled goods along with you and you can't fail ..to enjoy and. appreciate them. The Lethbridge Brewing aad Malting Company, Ltd. i iotel at Napoli I saw that yon were a I Daniel looked at him and ginned In his face. "What you' doing, for he .asked.- and the German joined him in the humor of the situa- tion and then turned gravely to .the Russian. "I fear the carabmieri did not depart without suspicion." echoed Ivanovitch bit- terly. "They will watch every exit from the hotel and grounds. Whnt can I do until Pike interrupted him quickly and motioned to the hotel. "Why. doc.; he's got the wtiftlo. floor of tnts wing. loirre mk, cnaui 11 "Anything unusual dowjp he tasked, pointing to the village. i "iiawtber! Carabinieri still nunting j that bandit said bis hopeful SOD languidly. "Don't mumble your snapped j the old lady, and Horace and madame turned sharply and confusedly. Al- y'aifrric uiude u gesture of impatience- i and. putting his bead close to his re- specred aunt's ear, shouted: j .Blunting a bally at whict I tW old woman screamed' sharply. l Hawcastle took him by the shoulder, j "What do they say about bp demanded. "Thnt he is still in the neighbor- replied bis heir, witb a languid sigh "WJiat did I tell asked Ladj triumphantly..' And the niadp-n gesture of impatience. "Alrnerir. find your betrothed and bring here." be said. And the jowig man-troited off slowly. Horace fa ni? slowly forward. the row, he asked, and The earl -vi v was about; J to it" rupted Von Grolierhngea in his turn, with some grimness of- manner- "My dear, young ne wngratuJate you thai ycti. and your sister need no longer submit to 1 odious dictation." He was about to say raore, but at that moment Daniel came down, the have a room that can well be spared ;