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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FAQt SIX THE LETHBRIDGE UAItY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. Don't put off getting your Photos for Christmas 'until the rush is on I have just received a. comprehen- sive display of the Latest Novelties in Mounts The superiority of their work is acknowledged STUDIO Beside Baptist Church Redpath Street By Booth Tarkington and Harry L. Wilson i mss Xew York, Oct. Alice I Crawford, said to be one of the most i beautiful leading women on the Eng- 'lish arrived on the Baltic, of the ..uite Star to play for the 1 first time in the United States. It Us her first visit. She will be seen I here in "These Are Many. I lUuloT the direction of Mr. H. B. War- i will also go to Chicago. Mis-. Crawford "who was born in J Australia... the late Wilson Barrett in 1902. She has played the leading feminine roles in many Shakesperian plays and last was at St. James' theatre, in i in "The Passing of the Third Floor you want you'd and H as emptj fis the judgment day tbe tuorniug after. You think, because I'm a jay i lawyer l.dou't understand.j Why, 'we've got the same tiling at j nome. There was little. Annie Hoff- i meyer. Her pa was a carpenter and doing but Annie could not get into the Kofcotno Ladies' Literary j ciety. and her name didn't show up in' j the society .column four or five times j every .Saturday morning, so she her pa to give her, the money to manr. Artie Seymour, the minister's son. her aristocrats would uever accept without the cash, and that by terms of John Simpson's will could never be theirs without his consent Of his' own. hopes' he could see bnt the faintest glimmering. He hafl ir- retrievably offended the girl, and she would bate him all her life for it, feared. His entrance into her new of life had been unfortunates continuance in it was little than an insult, according to her way of thinking. And Jim Cooley, whom be had trusted to find the ilaw in 4 MOVING PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Pictures 1 David Gai rick 2 Criminal Hypnotist 2 Those Bays Continuous Performance Miss Clara Burton The Clever, Comedienne or The Jolly 'Old Maid. Tony Johnson's Four and a Half Wonderful Per- forming Dogs. was taken to England by a regular minister's son he was! A, HawcasUe escutcheon that he knew EXPOSITION BENEF1TTED most broke Annie's heart and her too. but he let heir have her way and went in debt and bought them a on Main street That was two Pifce paused momentarily. "Annie's working at the deepo candy stand he resumed, "and Artie's working at the hotel drir.Ulhg up what's left of old man CANADA MORE THAN STATES Westsrn Canada's at Srf- attle Attracted Much Attention j i Calgary Oct. A letter from C. JW. Peterson, manager of the Canacl- ian Pacific Irrigation Colonization Company, appears in the Albertan j this morning, as follows: "The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi- 1 tlon has done more for Canada than ifor the States. The American .Agd- PRlNCc ITO OF JAPAN _ VISITS MANCHURIA Darient, Oct. Prince Ito, the president of the privy councU of 'Japan; who is touring- clmria, has accepted tie invitation of the Viceroy of Mukden to ba the latter's guest when he Arrives at Mukden. Today Prince Ito lunched at the Russian consulate and attend- ed a dinner of welcome arranged hy 300 Japanese and Chinese Spealdng at the dinner, t-he Prince re-iterated that Ms visit to Manchur- ia4 was-'bf a private character. He em- phasized" the importance of peac? in the East and assured his hearers that the Japanese would follow strictly the principle of the open door and equal opportunity and expressed the hope _ -.r _ iUi cue kjLo.iv.tf. that tbe Japanese residents oi Man-j ,atteadin cburia would follow these precepts to the the letter and co-operate Russians to the. north, in development j ssed by the universal per and then wheeled on him in a i "And you say you j who couple the name of a tippling yo- j kel with that of a .SL Aubyn. whose j ancestors have fought on every field of battle from Crecy and Agincourt to the j Crimeal" j "But you won't see much of his an- complained Pike. j "He bears their she an-j swered. j "That's it. and it's the name you', want. Nobody could look at you and j not know it wasn't aim! It's the name! j I'd let you buy it if it would make bad existed, had.failed him miserably. Tbe lawyer felt that he was a long way from home. He sighed and turned to where the sun sinking ft haze of red "across the bay. Then heard the voice of Horace and chiia- tog with it the cultured accents of Lord Hawcastle. Apparently they were coming to seek .him. She had reiterated his refusal. Wearily he turned again to the toiaobile and leaned against it. he 3id so he heard Horace say: "But Ethel says Mr. Pike positively refuses." In return he beard Hewcastle reply: "Leave him to me. In ten he will be as meek as a lamb." Dumbly Pike wondered what fresh argument the earl had to offer and mentally steeled himself against it As he-looked up be encountered the steady glare of the earl. "My dear Pike." began the latter, "there Is a certain "I said I would not discuss, that with meant what I said." observed POOL Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver Block RAILROADS RACE FOR THE COAST Party .of 20 Surveyors for C. N. R. Leave City to Locate Edmontton- Vancouver Line xceilence. of the various displays of yoB happy-if you didn't have to take produicts! of Western Canada's of .the country. He expressed a: sin-; thg whenever cere sympathy the progressive, im.estijrate the CCHKltry and said policy adopted by China that the Japanese government was duty bound to.assist C-nina in this de- velopment.. He urged the necessity oi the Japanese, Russians and Japan- ese avoiding trouble. Day, October For Thanksgiving 25th, the Canadian Company announce a rate of fare and capable of uch-production. The dis- play of timber, fruits and minerals from British Columbia has 'aroused an interest in that province which- will result in an almost continual in- vestment of American capital. The Tottr strictly Arming will' at same time continue to invest in Can- the people with it. Don't you they're counting on it 1 The counting on living on The In- dianianbecame excited. a Terra Haute oickpocket could see that! And .jiis old Lady counting Ofc ,t, arid thaft slm to land qtiietly. "This is another went OD the other, heedless of the warning oc at least unaffected by it "Late afternoon I develooed'" .met menace" It seemed too bad Miat ''-his should be the end of it the significant feature of railway in Western Canada is ;the; rapid.; strides being made by the Canadian North- R-ailwayl" 'It is "well known that the C.N.R.' is riTalling, the in securing .a line from Edmonton to the- Yellowhead Pass, Rocky Meals for 'defenses he had raised for tbe .girl of s f v fl_.h Mountains, and trom the pass TO van, die of them are on the track of John Simpson's Almeric my promise. It was she an- in an instant by-a bit of folly. j couver. Of this portion of the future "What be tbe nature of that transcontinental line of the. panadian be asked. one-third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale October 22nd, to Oc- tober 25th, inclusive, final return lim- ada's prairie lands. The Canadian Pa- forever, and I shall keep J l -i a'Ka tlflft Vlo survey .the connecting link oi seventy miles or-so to complete the line in British -.Columbia. Donald a1 well known freighter of Lac- Ste Anne, will conduct the sur- j vey party'to-its destination.. j. Edmonton'-to Vancouver- j survey practically com-] pleted next spring, it is expected 'that the C.N.R. -will go right ahead the" work-of construction, and 'with' their well known' rapidity in railroad building ttiere is reason to believe that the G.T.P. and- the C.N. R. will have a-record race -in tbe lay- ing of a railway line from Edmonton to Vancouver, via: the Yellowhead j Pass. The situation which the C.N.R. has G-ood Meals Fulf Courses See what il's like at Chow Sdiii Co. I They're Coming daily. Onr list pf regular patrons is rapidly increas- ing, and we're planning to supply a demand that we are confident will increase Phone us a trial order To-day and prove the merits of ifO? our bakeshop' City Bakery ROBT SCOTT Phone 381 tb her. just as if, it had been spoken we will know what to do.1 be located in Leeds, Simcoe, Huron, Middlesex, Brant Xand Victoria. It is anticipated that they will be kept: in operation till tbe spring of 1912 to; take in the product of two full years. before a clergyman. Daniel must have stood there ten How Gold Dredges Get Gold The steep Kills and niggecl mountains of Ae KlondOce region give cumberless smaU streams, which bscome from to hmc wtK the melting of the and heavy lams to which the country is r The grinding of the and ll.e erosion of these turbulent bring down rocks, sand and gravel from the mountain ani where man never yet penetrated. _ k a region where of Gold-taring prdnunerit feature b the formation, it is natural that these ot Nature ohould tear away quantities of exceedingly rich material. has been going on for The hidden .torei ot Gold away m; the' are inesthaurtible. The of the torrents Is so impetuous that even boulders of considerable size are borne in their course, and only when Nature hai spent herself do they find a resting place. The broad wider reaches of the the stream, and the Gold, In the form of nuggets, grains and rapidly gettles. Gold is very than the rock taejf, and or.ce It finds a resting place, sifts down through the light surface mud sand until, by force of Gravity, it reaches bed rock. Where the courses of streams have been changed, the richest Placer Mines are found L their old beds. But in the larger, constant streams. that rich deposits are beyond the reach of merely human agencies. It remains for the Gold the heavy nuggets j and particles of Gold down through the overlying strata uvthe bar; and benches of the river; to recover these stores of Gold from the treasure-house of Nature. The long arms of the Dredge, with their endless charas of bockel search down, ststy feet of water, sand and gravel, if need the Gold sediment, and finally bed rock ilselt. often overlaid with an actual coverlet pure hoarded accumulation of reached. The Gold Drcdgt brings up this material in wholesale quantihes it with scientific accuracy to save the finest particles of the for the first time lays bare to the- hand Virgin Gold. _ While personally presot on our property at Stewart Kiver, Yukon Klondike, SeptemW 1st. I with my own clean-up from our first and smaller dredge, netting this preceded only a few hy another clean-up from dredge amounting to in Gold. I saw this Gold, fathered from the gold-saving tables of our Dredge, moulded into solid bar of Gold. such remits in sight, we are bending evry effort to get twenty mammoth Dred3e4 at work on our property. This summer, our second dredgewcnt and stronger than the is already at work. We control by direct lease from the Canadian Government, One Hundred and Five (105) miles of Dredgable Gravel on the Stewart River, eighty miles from Dawson Gty, in tlic Klondike. We have tested the gravel thoroughly with Drills, .and it been proven rich throughout As a matter of fact, the site of our holdings was recognized, even before the Gold Rush In 1898. to be rich in Gold-it is a matter of public record that the Gold is but so located as to be difficult to obtain by 'any hand method. And .Fifty dredges could not exhaust this area in a Hundred yesrs. proposition so rich, the payment ot dividends and the continued work of development can easily go hand in hand. To huny this work of development now. we are marketing uiy Stock in oar Company. Three thousand stockholders, saany of them well-known In the" Canadian country, are already on our of 1 This necessity for Capital-a Dredge costs upwards of your opportualty to participate in a wonderfully .nch venture. Our Company is formed of the pick of broad-minded business men Ogilvie, of the Yukon known and Tcspectcd bv the whole Canadian country, at its head. -It economically nanaged, with no salaried officials, no Bonds, and no Preferred Stock. But the whole story is told in our illufirated Prospectus. I he will bring :it to you. The supply is Hawted; Fill out and mail the Coupon to-day. Gold Dredges are making millions. Yukon Basin Gold Dredging Co Ltd. G. W. Clawson, Treas. In heart Pike knew be would j minutes after Hawcastle .had gone, iavf> to jrfvo in if, he.was to make her j tod the twilight came down and envel- hiipRr yet h? knew that in mak- i him with its softness. As1 the tacOKtf came out here and there he turn- by Italiam law f or thote for- j and looked over at the windows of ir-n-HflTi.i. who j Ton Grollerhagen's suit and noted the shadow still on the window blind. i "Looks to me like doc's In this i end ought to be told." he murmured. 't He found his way slowly across ttev ad up the conntTe at the or ;of certain turfortnnatM who want- ed by the poUce." Daniel looked at him. with a. created along the Fraser River British Columbia may be gathered j way goes to show that the C.N.R. from a dispatch received from 'Van- j for and will about couver. The dispatch' says that the, 7Qo survey parties representing the Cana- w irian "Northern and G.T.P- railways are having a lively 'time of it getting; are but -went on. at German's rooms.. that I Mcartalnrf th. by Rlbtere, who .informed him that i penalty .for it For the peraon kind heart has so betrayed him la two yeara in prison, and" Von Grollerhagen was fbund his friend adjusting his whifcs cravat" before a mirror. Pike ruminated and folded Ma lettot. "Being in Jail ain't much like aa Elks' he bbwerTed. "Even a dtiren of your admlrabto conntry could not if his, com- plicity were he were catifM In the act I wfll plain with you." These last wordi had an otniikxM imagine that t badly wanted man appeared upon tbe per- i.cola here and made an appeal, to., of your counrrymen who, for the pur- poses of argument is at work upom thia car. Say that the ed the other with all that had passed and had received a smile in return. Von Grollerhagen refused to take the matter seriously. he said. "Surely you can trust this Lord Hawcastle not to men- tion it He -must tnow that the conse- quences for you as well aa for me would be. to say rhe least dlsastroua. Surely you made that, clear to him." Daniel smiled gently. he answered grimly. "He made It clear to me. Two years to jail, and If 1 don't make up my mind in fifty minutes from now to do what bj- a. line from Kamloops to Vancouver along the south bank of the; Fraser river. Through. Fraser Canyon, east of Yale, where the Canadian Pacific runs along the west there is but. room, for one line eastern side and this" has been gobbled up-by the first survey of the Canadian North- is. 649 Somerset Building Winnipeg, Please send pati, your large itixstraiedProspectus, also free Booklet on Cold 'Dredging, with full particu- lars by mlurn mail. is- understood tftat I incur noobllgalion whatever in making this request. Address criminal, say, in a room of that lower suit there." He looked about in the growing tw4- Pike, now thoroughly inter- ested and with his pulse beating A rapid tattoo, followed his finger. earl went on: for Instance, that the ow whteh appears upon that curtain that of the wanted man. Wotftl 23i tnen to a Daniel iwallowed painfully, for ern. For this, reason the, now looking-for runnin, ly south'from'Kamloops the Nicola and, Sim- ilkameen, and finally 'striking the Fraser west of the Hope mountains. Three Survey-Parties Out: Acting three -survey parties are now in the field running .trial lines for the proposed 'route via ISTicola and StmilkameeE. This route might possibly'indicate-a plan of the G-rand Trunk Pacific to join fdrces with Van- couver and Victoria and the eastern Hill road and with it in build- ing a-joint line across the mountains and thence Vancouver. Hill is cre- dited with favoring the driving oi an eight-mile tunnel through the Hope mountain range, in., order to secure standard grades.; The- Canadian Nor- thern surveyors ace now west as far as Agassiz; which is only sixty miles cast of Vancouver, -They are working don't agree to that Ivanoff on tbe "south side of tlte Fraser and goes "to Siberia and you and ..l TO jail." t 10 come into Vancouver will undoubt- Von Grollerhagen -looked ?it hiw j Clllj. cross tlie river on the'govern- quickly, "Hetl tend to dor the close of this year- What It Includes. This sum total of-railway I includes such important, lines as the Vegreville to Calgary 'branch, which is now graded.as far as Stettler, tfae extension of Morinville branch, which is now at Clyde a branch northwest from Prince Albert, -head- ing for the Beaver river coimtrr; -the-north bank oi the md. the longest to look after her, and if I won't prom- fct- to let her pay for seen it ar'oaria haven't i mcnt bridge at New Westminster, "He threatens tbatl What do you to- The reputation ot 1 can't agree- There wouldn't any trouble W it if it was only hit an even to let you and Iranoff (To Continutd) y and Mann 'as .railroad builders is strength- ened by the work which they are ac- complishing this year in Western Can- ada. .A calculation of the grading and track laying which is now under stretch of all, a branch from Saska- toon to Calgary. This branch, ot which about 150 miles., are. already graded, will ,meet the Vegreville to Calgary_.branch at tbe Red Beer'rlT- and wiU cross the river on. the same-bridge and extend from the to Calgary one -line of rails. Track laying was done in the west last winter with the thermom- eter many degrees below.zero, and it is expected that no small amount of work will be done by the .C.N.R. dur- ing the coming "winter months. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES all Carbon .box, 100 sheets, Copying Ream, from Agents for tbe REMINGTON MACHINES Call and get terms WESTERN STATIONERY CO. ;