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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER :TSE FINEST LEAVES From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in "SALADA" TEfl The Union Bank has promised.... to put a brunch of their bank in here, but as this promise'has been giA'en for some time the citizens of Irvine ami the district getting some- what disgusted with the way in which thin- uiv being handled mid have now gone into the matter with other [chartered banks. Surely the crop 'ulone this your should warrant a bank for Irvine, It is needless to say j about to be made with a view to es-iuijjt4 tablis-hing direct wireless, 'telegraph-; there who would ic service between England and count their lives well For what South Africa. It is proposed to ele-l are men's lives given CUP Ht H- vQU >V JLL1 vate kites- feet and n they hfl.YG: it O cicU.- prove 'successful then a station a tnock or the door, and be erected at Gibraltar, with' a sub-jw.thoat -Baiting for a bidding Zerko- sidy of yearly, making a pen-jyrtch came quickly in. Lukovitch was the possible rate. behind and with him Lepage. Ten minutes before the valet had ridden up to the city gates, waving his handker- chief above his head. Sophy gave a cry of pleasure -at see- ig him. "A braye man, who loved'his nv a OF CARRY FREIGHT BY AIRSHIP Paris. Sept, Laur. French Engineer and '.'inventor an-j flounces the invention of a flying ma- chine capable of chandise and passengers and--'he-Iras HEAD OFFICE TORONTO''' B. E. WALKER, President L1IED, General Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England Pfl 11 WTRY R11Q1M FQ Q Every facility afforded to farmers and UU U Hi I n I D U OIII tO O others for" the transaction of their banking business. Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection. DAMlflMG RY MAI I Accounts rnay be opened by mail and D All iVI n U D I III Ml L deposited or withdrawn ia this way with equal facility. 122 Lethbridge Branch C.G.K.Nourse, Manager officially asked the municipal coun- cil to grant him -a franchise for the city of Paris. He refuses to his machine pending foreign, patents. king and served she said as she darted forward and clasped Zerkovitch was as excited and hur- for you to read." he said. "The stream's very strong. They travel pretty said Lubovitch. "But a hundred nothing tc move. Captain Lukovitch." He turned i'ound on them again and then turned back to Sophy, "'fhat's all my he said- There was u silence. "So it's evident the guns will be In Slavna by Lepasre concluded. "If they reach Miklevni on Saturday time on said -Lukovitch. "And up here very soon "The senernl intimated that also. Captain Lukovitch." '-The general Drives as very -careful observed' Dunstiinbury. locUln.-r rr.Tiier puKKlcd. He was. not to well versed In StenovScs' methods as the rest. Lukovitch 'smiled broadly, and even ZertovitchCHVft a 1'ttle laugh. "How are things In Slavoa, M.- Le- the naoed asked. Lepage smiled n little too. '-General Stanovics is ia full -control of. the citv i Stsfaitz's absence. sir." he answered. i "They've cried Lnko- I vitch. I "Ob. no. sir. Possibly General Steno- j vies is afraid they might" He spok? again to Sophy. "Madame, do yon still blame me for being the general's mes- i "No. M. Lepage, bat there's much to I consider in .the message. Captain Ln- i boviten. if mooseigneur bad read t'Us i message. would he have tbo-ialit. i the general i I Lukovitch's face was fnU of'eycito- i rpent as he answered her: "The prince wouldn't have 1 what General Stenovies meant j would have said that tVe guns wo-itd be three days on the river before they 'j came to Slavna. that the barges would i take the best part of an hour to get through Miklevni lock, that 'there was i good Beaver within a quarter of a noile i of the i Sophy leaned forward eagerly. "Ves, t yes'" she whispered. "A.nd that an escort of a I men might e'nonghl" j "And th.it riding from "One miTbt easily be at Miklevni be- fore Colonel .Stafuttz- and the -guns i could arrive Dunstanbury gave a start I vitch a chnckJe. Lepage a quiet smile. i Sophy-'rose to her feet; the star slowed; there was even color in her cheeks be- sides. "If there are fifty or thirty or.twen- ty." she.snid.. ber eyes set on Dunstan- burv. "who would count their live? well risked, we may strike one for monseigoeur and for the guns he loved." Dunstanbury looked grf'ind. "There are three here" he saick "Fonrl" .called Basil William son 'from the CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and'Farmers invited; Savings Bank connection, deposits of and received and in- terest allowed at highest 'current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET 0 OM Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. YOUR BLOOD IS POISONED Daily Herald's Patterns If You Suffer From or Neuralgia. Frequent attacks of Headaches or Neuralgia are Nature's warnings of Blood Poisoning. .The pain is due "simply to the tortured nerves, inflamed by the blood being overloaded with impurities, because of inactive bowels, kidnevs or skin. There is usually chronic Constipation and the foul matter, instead of passing from the body, is absorbed by the blood. The kidneys'are not as strong as they should be and fail to "filter from the the blood, the necessary amount of impure matter. Instead of the skin throwing off one and a half pounds of waste matter every day, it becomes inactive and does only half its work, leaving three quarters of a pound of thiswaste to poison the body. Headache powders and pain_ killers simply numb the nerves and save no helpful action on the organs causing this poisoning of the blood. To cure i Headaches and Neuralgia, the blood must be purified, which can be done only by making the kidneys, bowels and skin healthy and active. made from concen- trated and intensified fruit juice, is the greatest blood purifying medicine. or "Fruit Liver is a scientific cure for Headaches and Neuralgia, and never fails to cure because "Fruit-a-tives" stops the cause of these troubles. 5oc. a box, 6 for trial box, 250. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. A TORONTO AIRSHIP j Toronto, Sept. monoplane; airship invented'by J. R..'D.- Almedia, j formerly master at Ridley College, j travelled three-quarters of a mile j this afternoon and then fell into the: water. Almedia, the only occupant j was rescued by a launch. Ths air-j ship was built at Mimico, four miles j from Toronto. 3037 LADIES' SEVEN-GORED SKIRT Paris Pattern No. 3037 Ail Seam? Allowed smart model is one of the new- "est and is excellent tor reproduction in-Panama, serge, Venetian and -Henrietta. Tu is inane wren panel tront and plaited flounce attached to a close-fitting upper portion. The pat- tern is in six to 32 waist measure. For 26-inch waist the skirt will require 10 1-4 yards of material 30. inches wide, 8 1-8 yards 24 inches- wide, 5 1-2 yards 36 inches wide, 4 7-8 yards 42 inches and .3 3-4 yards 54 inches wide. Width of lower edge in medium size 1-4 yards. Price of 10 cents. cried "Sophy. She took it saying to Lepage with where he had stood unob- Ring Up T08 When you want IDRAYING 4- Done promptly and satisfactorily. i J JOHN BROD 4 t 4 doorway, O11C LVVH. J a touch of reproach, "Are you General Cried-Sophy, and for the first Stenovics' messenger now, M. Le- time since monseigneur died she laugh- ed. i "Five times five and more If we can 1 get good horses said Captain Lufcovitch. "I should like to Join you. but I must i go back and tell General Stenovlcs that i you will consider his message, ma- IE t The Bank of Coronto to the People of Leth- bridge and vicinity CjTheir very complete facilities for the transac- tion of banking business of every description, with assurance that all business entrusted to them will receive the most careful attention. CjTheir resources are large, and their experience in handling banking accounts covers a period of more than a half century. page-f" it ma dame." said he. She obeyed and then signed to Luko- vitch to take it and to Dunstanbnry to read it also. 'Its Just what you've been she told him. with a ifaint smile, '-as she sank back in the high' oaken seat "I am to add. madame." said Lepage, "that you will be treated with every title in provision in reason too-" _ "So the general's letter says." "But I was told to repeat it" persist- ed the little man. He looked round on them. Lukovitcb and Dunstanbury had finished reading the letter and were listening too. "If you still hesitated, I was to impress upon you that the guns would certainly be in Slavna in less than a week, almost certainly on Sun- day. Ton know the course of the river well, "Not very well above Slavna. no." "In that case, which General Steno- vics didn't omit to consider, I was to remind yon thife Captain Lukovitch probably every inch of it" "I know it said Luko- vitoh. "T spwt two years on the tim- ber barges of the Krath." "Then you. sir. v.-ill understand that the will certainly reach Slavna not later than Sunday." He paused for dame." smiled Lepage. We make bread by machinery. This.'ls a guarantee that everything turned out of bur new bakeshop is I CTLY SANITARY TELEPHONE 181 THE MODEL BAKERY SCHWEITZER BROS., Proprietors -H-H-f M M I the end they started thirty strong, including Sophy herself. There were the three stanbury. Basil Williamson f.nd Henry Brown. Dnnstanburv's servant, an old soldier, a good rider and shot The rest were sturdy young men of Volseni. once destined for the ranks of the Prince of Slavna's Artillery. "Luko- vitch and Peter Vassio led them. Not a married man was among them, for, j to his intense indignation. Zerkovitch.' was left behind in command of the city. Sophy would have this so. and nothing would move her. She would not risk causing Marie Zerkovitch to weep more and to harbor fresb fears of her. So they rode "without incuco- momeut seeding to collect his mem- ory "By Wednesday evening Colonel Stsfnite will be ar KolskoL On Thurs- j day morning start b.-u-k On that ag Dunstanbnry said, laugh- evpnmg he cught to rench tvrena on i rose inexpressibly as Friday, Rapska." nodded at ntPof action each name. Lepage. ,went on method- Ically. "On Saturday the lock at Mi- klevni. Yes. on lock at He paused again and look- ed stra'ght at Lukovitch. "Exactly, the lock at Miklevni." said that'officer, with another nod. "Yos, the lock at Miklevni on Satur- aay. Von see. it's riot as if the colonel i had a large force to move. That might 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 v REST and UNDIVIDED PROFITS ASSETS Lethbridge T. W. McEachern Branch itters of Credit Issued Incorporated 1855 Manager Their horses were all that could be mustered in Volseui of a mettle equal to the dash. The little baud paraded j in the market place on Friday after- noon. There they were joined by So- i phy. who had been to pay a last visit j to monseigne'-ir's grave. She came amor.g them sad, yet seeming more serene. -Her spirit was the happier for 1 striking a blow in taonseigneur's name, i The rest of them were in high feather. i The prospect of the expedition went i far to blot out the tragedy of the past and to veil the threatening face of the future. As dusk fell they rode ont'Ot i the city gate. i Miklevni lies twenty miles up the course of the river from Slavna. but I the river flows there nearly from north to south, turning to the east only four i or five miles above the capital. Yon i ride, then, from Volseni to Miklevni al- I most in a straight line, leaving Slavua away on the left. Tt is a distance of no 1 more than thirty-five miles or tbere- j abbots.' but the first ten 'consist of a i precipitous and nigged descent by a i bridle path from the hills to the valley of the Krath. No pace beyond a walk was possible at any point here, and for the greater part of the way it; was necessary to lead the horses. When once the.plain was reached there was good gofcog. sometimes over country roads, sometimes over grass, to Ml- Do you get your work done at The Steam Laundry? If not, why not i They do tKe best work They do it in the shortest time They call for and deliver goods They do not destroy They have a big pay-roll and are heavy tax- payers, and ought to claim your patronage Lethbridge Laundry Co, TV, i Phone 14o Manager P. O. Box 477 JUST what you've been she fold him. take longer. He'll be able to move his as Canada, aik for UN? MATCMS: ;