Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
IMS tETHBRIDGE DAJLY HERALD, EVERYBODY ENJOYS II x A CUP OF SALADA I! Sold only in sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c, 50c, and 60c per pound TEA 'FLY" BONNETS For Is Newest Headgear Chicago, National Association of Eetail Milliners last! night launched the aeroplane the new style _ of head put a ban on the peach basket hat and-Decreed the three cornered hat of the Louis XVI. period days as the stunning FARMERS HAVE GOOD CROPS Near .Bow up a Lot of New Land bonnet for the coming winter months. J The new creation in millinery art resembles an airship in shape, having two long feathers on each side and curved rim- Ite' dimensions are .twenty ,by eighteen inches and be- cause of its light, trimmings it weighs considerably less than -a pouncT. s Thus round, and round the two follow each other till they roach the ground. As the second of paint is put on the scaffold is taken down. The bracket bale and ihv escapes are already on and the exterior of vihc building. is all finished when the men rcnch the ground and put oa the base board. The jUhird storey will be plastered by' tomorrow and the plasterers are following the lathers to the ground- in the same way. A. W. has the contract and eighteen men are now on his pay rail. His plan of operations is or- iginal, but successful. Everything is working, like a charm. A warehouse is whig' ct'ected for 5tr. liver on Main ".Street, little west of the hotel. 'He will use it for storing frrain an-d it will have a capacity of bushels. There is a hallway down the .middle and a 14 feet by 14 feet on SOHPY OF KRAVON1A Anthony Hope Author Of u The Prisoner Of Zenda" row of bins each sside. Some More Good Crops llemarchc, who lives five miles east.of Bow Island, had one hundred acres in crop this year... It. is all good excellent oats, barley and flax. Trinity College School _ uon. FirtpMMr ing Rinks, etc, Boys prepared for the Royal Military 'College, mnd Basineaa. Special attention to younger Next term begins Tuesday, Sept 14. Fer Calendar inftfrmatitm apply to tkt tfeadmaiter 1SWAID llfitT. M.A. PORT OUT. Hundred and sixty acres in crop. t He has also planted a lot of trees and berry bushes. He has a good garden In 1910 he" have his homestead crop and; then he will begin breaking' on his preemption adjoining. J. Hodson lives five-miles east of i Bow Island and has about twenty acres, of fine wheat now being slacked Next year he will increase his acrea- age under crop. Luke McKeown about five miles east of Bow Island, has twenty acres of crop this year and next year will have sixty acres altogether. J. W. Reid will have about for-ty acres of .spring wheat next year. His quarter joins the townsite and "And behind persisted Lepage. Markart laughed, but cast a glance round and shook histbead. "Come, captain, don't leave an old friend in the dark, just where in- formation woaId be useful." "An old friend! Oh. when 1 remem- ber my aching You think me very forgiving, M. Lepage." v "If you knew the night 1 spent. you'd forgive me anything." said Le- page, with a shudder reminiscence. "Ah. well." said after an- other draft "I'm a soldier. 1 shall obey my orders." "Perfect, Captain! And who will them to you. do yo'u "That's exactly what I'm waiting to see. Oh. I've turned prudent! No more adventures for "I'm quite of your mind, but It's BO difficult to be prudent'when one doesn't know which is tbe strongest side." "You'wouldn't 10 to laugh- ed Markart "Perhaps not but there are dlfficol- ties nearer home. If you went out of this door and turned to the left you would come to the offices of tbe coun- cil of ministers, tf you turned to the right and thence to the right again and on to the north wall, you would come, captain, to Suleiman's towpr. understand. Colonel Staf- "Is at the tower and the general at the offices, "Precisely. Which torn do yoa meats to their boats to Greenland at his ex- Markart again. "I shall pense to get the two Eskimos who Bit -here for a bit longer." he said. He accompanied him to the Pole. The! finished his liquor thereby perhaps. officials stated that it is now too just of openness in the season for such >n attempt, larking to bm and. tomg DR. F. A. COOK COMING BACK TO NEW YORK Copenhagen, Sept. Fred- erick A. Cook will sail from Christ- ainsand on Saturday morning on board 'jjle Scandinavian Amerincan liner Oscar II., for Xew York, where she is due about Sept. 20, probably Captain Amundson will accompany him. x Dr. Cook will leave here tomorrow night for Christiansand. He has abandoned his proposed visit to Brus- sels on the advice of his friends. Dr. Cook today asked the officials of the Danish Greenland administration -to arrange, for the despatch of one of 1 may not call you, and mistress I am loath' to call said Queen Eliza- beth to the archbishop's wits. It wa5 just a case of that sort of difficulty. He could not call her queen of Kravo- nia, and she would be offended if be Baroness Dobrava. So letter went to Zerkovitch; and it went by tbe hand of one of .Zerkovitch's friends, so anxious was the general to be as friendly and conciliatory cir- cumstances permitted. Much to his surprise, considerably to his Lepage was sent for to the general's private residence on the even- ing of the day on which Colonel Stef- nitz sent out for Kolskoi to fetch the funa. Stenovics greeted him cordially, smoothed away his apprehension, ac- quainted him with the nature of his mission and with, the gist of the letter I seemed more placid tonight than for i some time back, possibly because be i had got Stafnitz quietly out of Slavna. "Beg M. Zerkovitch to give the letter to Baroness Dobrava (be called her that to Lepage) as soon as possible and to urge her to listen to it. 'Add we shall be ready to treat her with title 1n rea- son and any provision ta reason too. It's all in my letter. repeat it on my behalf, Lepage" "I shouldn't think she'd take either title or money, general." said Lepage bluntly. x. "You think she's disinterested? No doubt, no doubt! She'll be the rpflflv to sec pro- longing her present sttitorje." He grew almost vehement as he laiU bis on a large map wblcb was spread out in e reasn r u if and aclvised Mm that he must w :t yoQ rpmemlier an a yoQ rpmemlier prince-s Bow Island keVps on growing he will for spring, which hf will do. He 'guns for wfaich bartered Cap- be right in it. posed to Gould Brokaw, who is here tain B, W. Reid. eighteen miles, north- with his" yacht, that they make a Bow 'island has twentv acres start, for Greenland immediately, but not agree too IWS. out one hundred bushels the acre. Tbe new Fall and Witfter -i" l Faskions for men are shown to advantage in the Tailoring styles now on view. You expect "something better from and you shall not be disappointed. in quality fott -tfotmiiAriaf worli from -to the tlul retail too AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, Sept. new eleva- tor at the present terminus of the branch, of the A. B. I- "Aye. said Lepage. "They're on the river. at Kol- AN ENVIABLE RECORD The Garbutt Business Col- lege.. Stafford Block, has only, been established in this city a littb over half and already has won the .confidence of the business community to such an extent that it_ enabled to guar- antee positions to its ,grad- uates. For information or free prospectus phone or write Geo. J. Schmidt, Prin- cipal. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 263 P. O. Box 1291. Rebor and Collins, of AERONAUT'S BROTHERS I just received a new heavy s Ung outfit from JLemais, They Is j'Who do you think'tl bring them? Keep I your eye on rhat." LIVE-AT ROSEBUD' "They're bor'j scoundrels." said Le- r page, rising to go. Rancher Living North of; 'Markartshrugged his shoulders. "The Gleichen., trnit lies on the ground for the man Lr Bleriot, the first practical! can Pick UP- not? There's are ready now for contracts for well j drilling- in the Island -district. Ic is run a zasolitte engine anid will M. mv I T T T nobody who s got any right to it now." hole from four to six inches m _ aeronautic to cross the English, chan-, the view of the diameter _and five hundred feet deep nel in his aeroplane, is the elder bro1 great neighbors, though by no if necessary. i ther of Messrs. Bleriot. of the jn tLia language which their of- Buil-dings" Gomg Tip situated in the Horseshoe bend, communications adopted. The Taylor Milling an-d Elavator bud. just north of Gleichen. and who Co. imt: is Hearing completion, rapid- ly. The" farmers in that vicinity are pleased to have an elevator so near pavement in. town. 4With cejcnent side __" walks, electric lights and a good.W- ter system, Cardston can me- tropolitan airs. V I. W. C. Ives. of Lethbridge, town today to appear for Mr- Frank- Bevans in the suit in the ".District to haul the crop Court wherein the said Mr. Sevang and. the Kjmball School District are" involved. Pred Burton, editor of the A Star, went to Edmonton '-this Mrs. Crismon, mother of Mr Crismon, leaves for 'her home in' to -have a jollr time with the mem- the 8th. inst at 4- o'clock a.m. I 4 V un owi mat. au the Tress Association Mrs. Harvey Dunn, of Mountain View passed away. The cause of death. was heart failure- Mrs. Dunn had been ailing but two weeks from, the affliction and her demise came as a shock to her friends. The deceased jwas a do.ugh.ter of the late William IWest and has resided "at Mountain View for the past years. She was an estimable woman, and a kind "mother. Besides, a host ot friends -she leaves a husband and four chile dren to mourn her departure., The 'funeral services will be held at the AS80cSatioil at the capital; The -Ellison ii-m.u rr machine goes" Co. sold the lumber which is already in their yard here. Building opera-, t'tons .will commence as soon as the site is located by tihe C.P.R. survey- ors, who are expected on the first train. .Tile hotel is being rushed- and will be finished by October 1st. The painters are chasing -the carpenters j whov have to hustle to get the siding' j nailed on ?n hour before it is The siding is being: put on at the top are working- downwards. The carpen first and both carpenters'and painters iare working downwards. Thex car- penters put on about fourteen hoards and then move along the scaffold out 0 !of the road. The painters then paint Pafticular-s regarding examinations, jjtfaese boards and follow the carpen entrance acquirements, courses of jters a11 arouna the building. Then UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG Session 1909-1910 Courses leading to degrees in" Arts, Law, Medicine, Science, Civil and Electrical Engineering. All university lectures begin on Oct. 1. Matriculation'ixexaminations will commence on September 18 and May The "Cambra" for Comfort... study, fees, etc., can be obtained on I application to D. M. DUNCAN, Registrar the painters put on the second coat 'of paint -widie the carpenters are putting, on the next row of boards. At 2 for 25c. yon can boy this shape in Elk Brind named "DAKOTA." loc The Bank of toronto SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT to the People of Leth- bridge and.vicinity flfTheir very complete facilities for the transac- tion of banking business of every description, assurance that all business entrusted to them will receive the most careful attention. r resources are large, and their experience in handling banking accounts covers a period of more than a half century. __...: _ Interest is paid on Savings Accounts. Current Accounts opened for Business People on favorable terms. Letters of Credit Issued for Travellers in North America and the East Money Loaned to Respot sible People. CAPITAL REST and UNDIVIDED PROFITS ASSETS Lethbridge T. W. McEachcrn Branch Letters of Credit Issued locorporateil 1855 guns to Slavna as a purely military task, appertaining not to tbe ministry of state, but to the officer commanding the garrison in the capital. Stafnitz was that officer, acd be proposed him- self to go to Kolskoi, Suleiman's tow- er, he would' be left in the trust- worthy hands of Captain Sterkoff. Again Stenovics fully understood. In- deed, the colonel was almost brutall; candid. His letter was nothing less than plain word that power lay with }the sword and that tbe sword was in his own hand. Stenovics had got rid of King Sergius only to fall under the rule of Dictator Stafnitz. Was that to be the end'of it? Stenovics preferred any other issue. The ideal thing was bis own rale in the name of young AJexis. with such diolomatic honoring: and humoring .of Countess Ellenburg as might prove necessary. That was plainly impossi- ble so long as Stafnitz; was master of the army. It would "become finally hopeless if Sterkoff .held Suleiman's tower-till Stafnitz brought the" guns to Slavna. What then, was Stenovics' alternative? For he was not yet brought to giving up the game as to- tally lost His name stood high, though, his real power tottered on a most inse- cure foundation. He could get good terms for his assistance. There, was time to friends mam- mon of unrigbteousness. Priv.tely, as became invalids, with- out the knowledge vf any one outside their entourage, the repre- sentatives of tno two great neighbors received General Stenovics, They are .believed to have convinced Mm that In the event of ony furtiter disorders in Kravonia intervention could not be avoided. Troops were on either' fron- tier, ready for such emergency. A joint occupation would be forced on tbe allies. a great fical of sorrow no doubt the general felt himself driven to accent this conclusion. He at once requested Stafnitz to fetch the guns to Slavna. He left the colonel full discretion Ii the matter. His only desire was to insure the tranquillity of the capital and to show Volseni bow hopeless it was to main- tain tbe fanciful and absurd claims of Baroness Dobrava. Tbe representa- tives, it must be supposed, approved this attitude and wished tbe general all success. At a later date his efforts to secure order and to avoid the inevi- table but regrettable result of any new disturbance were handsomely acknowl- edged by botb powers. vics had not Stafnitz's and dash, but be was a man of considerable re- son rce. A mnn of good feeling, too, to judge from another step be with the cognizance of the representa- tive? or entirely of his own motion has never become knovfn. He waited till Colonel who returned a civil, and almost effusive reply to bis com- munication, had set off to fetch the guns, which, as has been seen, had been unloaded frocn .railway and lay at Kolskoi, three days' journey up tbe Krath; then he entered into com- mrmication witb Volseni Ee sent Vol- sefi a privat? and friendly warning. What was the use of Volseni holding out wtie-i the big guns were coming? It coulc' only hopeless resistance, rooro Disorder, morp 'bloodshed. Let X'olson' the Hdy whose claims it that be warned in time and King Alexis. TbH letter addressed to Zcrko- vltch. There were insuperable diplo- nat'r- dlfficultJes In the way of ad- It to directly. "Mtdam "I-ook morning "he'll start back. The barges travel well, think he'll hnvp bis gnn? bere by Sunday, less than n week from now. Yes, on Thurs- d-iy night tap to reach Gvena, on Friday Rnpska. on Saturday the lock at Miklerni. Yes. on Saturday the lock at Mfkievni: 'Tuat would bring him berf1 oo Sunday. Yes. tbe lock at Mi- klevni I th'nk." He look- ed nn at Lepage almost imploringly. "If she- hesitates, show her that They're bound to 6e bere in less thsm a Lepage cocked bis bead on one side and looked'at. the minister tbonghtful- ly. It all sounded .very convincing. Colonel Stafnitz would be at the lock at Mililevn! on Saturday and on Sun- day with the guns at Slavna. of course, arduous though the transport would be. they could be before Volseni in two or three days morci It was real- ly no use resisting. Stenovics passed a pnrse over to Le- page. "For your necessary he said. Lepage took up the pnrse. which felt well filled, and pocketed it "The baroness mc.7Ti't fully appreciate what I've been saying." added Steno- vics. "But knows every inch of the river.- He'll make it ojiite she asks him about it And present her with my sincere respects and sympathy with her as a private person, of course. You mustn't commit me in. way. Le- psge." "I said Lepage, "that you're capable of looking after that depart- ment yourself, general But aren't yon making the colonel too "No, no; the barges will do about that" "But he has a large force to move, I "Oh, dear, no! A large force? No, no! Only a about a hun- dred strong. Lepage." He rose. "Just about a hundred, I think." "Ah, then he might-keep Le- (To Be Continued Ward Meeting house at 2 p.m. today. The contractors are busy laying the to Spring Coulee this week coin- menoe .threshing. "Mr.' Thomas XrJ Sanders will "be the engineer: You can't get away from -the that quality and 'general" 'are what count, in building keeping a satisfied We're satisfied andUyou will be give us a trial. North Ya. 407, Lumber Co., Main Yd., Phones '73 and 432. OF CANADA Rest Cn- _ Gii'iiled Profits Exceed Protect Your Savings j Hard., earned savings disappear" quickly in speculation. 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