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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta wl. A am COt, ALTA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, Auction Sale OF NEWTON'S STOCK OF Silver Plate and Jewelry Reward A report having been circulated that I am supple- menting Newton's stock with inferior goods to deceive the public, I offer the above reward to anyone proving that I have added to or tampered with the original consignment of goods removed by order of Mr. Newton from his store on Round Street IN ANY WAY WHATEVER. Don't be fooled by these malicious reports, but get in on the GENUINE bargains. Frank G. Waddington 410, Round Street Phone 261 Auctioneer JANE CABLE STORY GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON "It Is sheer dearest, to take that attitude. What else in the world matters so louj; as we love one another? 1 felt at first that I could not ask you to bo my wife after what my father did that uijrfot That was as silly of me as this is of you. 1 did not couteud loujj against iuy love. You have never been out of ray mind night or day. 1 was tempted more than once to desert, but that was im- possible, you kuow. It was the ter- rible eagerness to go back to you and compel you to be mine. My father did you a grave wrong. "But my father did me a graver wrong, Graydon. I have thought It all out." SEE OUR -Easter Novelties- While the assortment is com- plete. In a few days many of the lines will be sold full of dearest. YOU have saved i Mechanical Toys, Nests, Birds [y life, lou must save my love, j Rabbits, etc. CARD8TON ganization for many years past her co-laborers ore showing nmir iip- Cardatou, April preeiation of her untiring effort-; to being a holiday the stores will all render assistance to the sick be closed.- There are several parties needy. of young people arranging for excur- Manager H. B. Brown is moving sions to places near Cardston. One into one of the houses of Mrs. Car! of these excursions is to', the Co- son, where he will stay until his chrane ranch. idence is completed. 'Follett'and Stoddard are buying Dr. V. .V. Christie sent his rej'Ort I These last weeks have knit our lives together so completely that nei- ther of us has the right to change God's evident purpose. I love you for yourself. Jaue. That is enough. There has not been an instant in which I have felt that any circum- stance could alter uiy hope to marry you. You say you have no name. You forget that you may have mine. dearest, and it is not much to be proud of, I fear, in the light of cer- tain things. You must be my wife. Jane." "I cannot. Graydon. That is final. plead, dear. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and [ce Cream Specialists Skin Diseases. avail. Look into uiy eyes. Don't you see that I rneau it. "By heaven. Jaue, your eyes arc lying to me I You can't mean what is back of them. It's cruel; ifs wrong.1' "Uush'. You must not become ex- cited. You are far from strong, and 1 am still your nurse. "You are my life; you are every- thing. I can't give yon up. It's ridicu- ious to take this stand. Be sensible, j Look at it from my point of view." "There is only one- point of view, and rigs and harness for their new livery.'to the Veterinary-General of" i t0 In the next few days they will opeo minion todav The report was a I "I J r els% J -u-ivu -tee report was a you beard trorn father? ior fcusmess. good one showed the eii'ciont Does he know you've been Tonight a testimonial will be given work -done by the Department in -'IM] I He looked long into her tense face by the Ladies Eelief Society to Mrs. ing with diseased animals. 1'i-c I acd then muttered, with the sullen de- Wight. The Parents Class and mange is rapidly disappearing and j -Pair of ilje don't know. I've bers of the Society are the invite-' another one or two seasons of csre- guests. Mrs. Wight has one of ful dipping will see the plague cotri- the most faithful workers in this or- pletely stamped out. A diseased or disfigured skin will always leave its stamp on the mind of the imii ridnaL Many people suffering from dis- ._. ._ figuring skin diseases avoid society and It will not I lose all pride in their perAjnul appearance. the skin breaks out 'in eruptions j and sores it is due entirely to an impure condition! of the blood. In all such cases Burdock Blood Bitters will quk-kly purify the blood and drive all the impurities out of the system. ITCHING 1ASH CUBED. Jr., Kinmount, Ont., writes: of 1906 I was troubled f witlja out all over me. It was the worst on my face and head, had dry, scaly top, and when I would get warm it would become very itchv. I tried doctor's medicine but it did me no good, so I then got one bottle of Burdock Blood Bicters aud before it was used the Rash entirely gone." City Of lEuibridqe The regular weekly sale of Horses, Cattle, Implements etc. will be [held on SATURDAY NEXT at2.30 p.m. at the City Market CoVrals. Entries are now invited and should be for- warded to the undersigned by Friday morning in each week. Frank G. WADDINGTON Market Master had no word from any one.'' "The dispatches have doubtless given your name. One of the Chicago corre- spondents was talking about you re- ceurly. Your father will surely write to you now." (o him do so? I should think you'd hale his name. I can't help caring for dad. Jane. I tried to curse him, but he really has bceii i good to me. I duii't see how he can have done the things they say he's. I i done." "There may lie a mistake." j ''That's good of you. dear, but you j forget your mother's statements and j all that Itigby thai. Oh. I've 30BES OK PACE. 4-4- Mrs. Harvey Bark- house, Gold River, N.S., writes: I was greatly troubled with Sores on my face and finally be- came so bad I had to go to the doctor about It, but could do n'othing to help me. "I thoughtabontBurdock Blood aud decided to try a bottle. I canaot recommend B.B.B. enough, a? I had not taken all the bottle before my For Bale by all druggists and RAYMOND -Raymond, April C. W. Card has transferred his interest in the gone overall of it. and I am convinced, j Baymood Meat Market to Luscombe A- Patented Sectional Howies .1 Manufactured in Vancouver, 1 B C., of the very best Kiln- i dried Lumber, in latest de- sifcni. Prospective builders would do well to" write me before deciding on a bouse S. A. Spencer BUILDER, NACUOD of an arrest before I left. 1 have not tooked-ar a uewspnper since I saw the headlines that jitvful morning. God. i comDe iiave opened up a real estate how they rnnst h.-ive hurt you.1" office in Mr, Gillies' jewelry store. "I. too. have not looked at a news- j Mr. G-. H. Budd has left for a. tript paper since then. Graydon." she said through the States and Eastern Can-j simply. He smiled wearjly. and there j He will be absent about a was response in her eyes. i month for half an hour." their thoughts far i ef be played by the away, but of one .-mother. j Stuzz Co., Wednesday evening in the she paid at last, "are yon Assembly fflall'. Iu the future the Eaymond Studio will open on Friday and Saturday of the first ujQd third weeks of each month, instead of two days a week as formerly. There will be a dance next Friday The O'Brien Orchestra will be in attend- ance. Tomorrow afternoon, from three to j five p.m. the skating rink will be op- en for the young people. i The Raymond tier did not get j out until Tuesday -this week owing to the delay in moving1. The pres- ent home of the Bustler is east of O'Brien's store. going to remain in the "Xo: I am through with it. My dis- charge is to be recommended I'm dis- abled." "You will be as strong ns ever, dear." "Do you want me to stick to the army? I am only private." i "Vou can do greater things ont in the for married people, world. I know.- Vou will be a great man if yon don't lose heart. Graydou." Get our PRICES on CorrngaM Iron Galvanized Painted before' buying el We have j-ait placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Oo.'i goods in gtock (JBoe Factory ttt HHNI HtfRI Place Tour Orders for (MING ....WITH.... JjliL HUME Satiafactiou Guaranteed PHONE 289 General Teaming -When you want your yard 'cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you want some first-class manure for garden purposes., better see me, or phone 901. I can sup- ply yoiir wants. WM. TAYLOR "Jane, this can-i yo on any longer." "I can't be a soldier, dear, and sup- port a wife on tlu- pay I he-said with a smile, "You I am to be said. "I have decided to become a nurse. It Is my Intention to give my whole life 'The Red "Xo. The hospitals at hospitals for Hie-poor and Eihel Harbin corning through the grounds toward them. Her face was clouded by a frown, and she was visibly excited. "It's ail she announced as came up. "Where Is the usual asked Graydou. 'I'm through with the real army, Thoy've dismissed me. That is, father and mother have. They are driving roe to the Salvation she ci- clalmed, herself beside Grty- don. 'Twisli were Jane and my own "Dear me. Kthcl. what an Mid Jane. has happened to wpsct you soT' WILL SOAK BLACK- HAND AND KIDNAPPERS Albany, N. Y., April Senate tonight passed a bill increasing the maximum penalty for kidnapping from 25 to 50 years. The Eamsberger bill, aimed at: the was also passed. .It Increases the-.penal- ty'for extortion and blackmail from five to twenty-five years. ECZEMGHKIMIMCU? ne, jysi SOUND SCIENCE askorl who, not mnrr.v y he Chas. Olai-ke of former of the Ontario died yesterday, Physicians now admit the superior value of fimple medicines for all dis- eases. i For eczema and other skin diseases i certainly nothing in the world could be simpler than oil of wintergreen, carefully combined with such well known healing and antiseptic sub- stances as thymol, glycerine, etc., as in the D.D.D. Prescription. The use of this eimple remedy, though, ac- complishes results that look like miracles. Cases -of eczema of ten, twenty and even thirty years' stand- ing have been completely cured in a few weeks. Read the experience of Mrs. John Sanders, of GriswoTi, Manitoba: "When I sent for six bottles of D. T> Tl T iv----------< r vi. uiic wurao cases ut Eczema in my legs. I only used two bottles when they were clear of, ec- zema. The four bottles I have 'left- will keep for hives and insect bites. It is a useful remedy to hare in the houie at all times. Wishing you all success with For free sample bottle write to The P.D.D. Laboratory, Department L.H., Jordan St., Toronto. For sale by all druggists. XTQ-NIGHTX Dan Sully's Great New York Success PARISH PRIEST AT THE LYCEUM This play was commended by the clergy of New York and other cities BIG CAST 6 NEW PEOPLE BIG SPECIALTIES AND MOVING PICTURES Prices 25c., 35c., and 50c. Is a Noticeable Fact That All Progressive Merchants Advertise T YOU CAN BUY A N ard H ome For per month BUT YOU MUST: TAKE ADVANT- AGE OF THIS OFFER AT ONCE We are the largest owners of first-class fruit lands on direct existing lines of transportation in British Columbia. In order to advertise the West Kootenay greatest place to grow fruit and to live in the have decided for a short time only to sell orchard tracts at FRUITVALE for cash and per month for ten acres AND CHARGE NO INTEREST. FRUITVALE is located forty miles south of Nelson on the Spokane division of the Great Northern Railway. FRUITVALE is in the southernmost and warmest valley in the West Kootenay District, southern British Columbia. The railroad runs through tbe sub-division, and the townsites and railroad station are located in the centre, with 25 miles of wagon roads radiating therefrom. Each orchard tract faces on one of these roads, w-hich are cut out, graded and improved with bridges, culverts, etc, FR0ITVALE has daily passenger and freight trains, post office with four general stores, meat market, hotel, school, church services and 350 population. There is a home and good neighbours every few FRUITVALE has numerous streams of pure water. The soil is tich yellow fruit loam with clay sub-soil, level 13.gently sloping, and uniformly free from.stone. YOU WILL MAKE A MISTAKE' If .you don'c send us your name and address at once, so that we can mail to you free of charge maps, plans, photos and specific descriptions of grand orchard homes. DO IT RIGHT NOW, or you will be too late, Kootenay Orchard taodatlon, Ltd. NELSON, B.C. k ;