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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta OF NEWTON'S STOCK OF Silver Plate and Jewelry Reward A report having been circulated that I am supple- menting Nekton's stock with inferior goods to deceive the public, I offer the above regard to anyone proving that I have added to or tampered v-ith the original consignment of goods removed by order of Mr. Newton from bis store on Rouad Street IN AN 1 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 ALTA., THURSDAY, APRIL I, "HarryV Who Is "Why, haven't you heard? Harry Soper. I'm engaged to bitn." "The "Certainly. He's going to be pro- moted, though, if he ever sets on the firing line. It's not Uls fault that he has to do duty in the walled city. He> aching to get out and fight. Here she paused, her lips coming together with a firmness that boded ill. "Colonel Harbin doesn't "No. He says Harry is a 'little pop. It's outrageous. Jane." "Don't cry. dear. The world is full of men." i "Not for said Ethel dolefully. "I've picked Harry out of a hundred BUT IT BECOMES A SERIOUS MATTER IF NEGLECTED, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Asthma, or Consumption U the result. Get rid ol it at by Dr. Norway Pine Syrup, Obstinate yield to its grateful soothing action, in the racking, cough, often present in Consumptive caaes, it gives prompt sure relief, in Asthma and Bn-nchitis it is a successful remedy, rendering breathing easy and natural, enabling the sufferer to enjoy refreshing sleep and often affecting raanent cure. Mrs. Henry Smallpiece, Brudenell, Ont., I was always subject to a cough and could get nothing to until I law an advertisement of Dr. s wav Pine Svrup' and thought I would try a bottle, and when I had taken a few doses found I was getting relief, and when 1 naa ao Norway Pine Syrup a "But how about that youug fellow j they will never be without it." back in New York? You used to say he i Dr Wcxxj-e Norway Pine Syrup was the only one." bottle at all dealers- Put, up in yellow "He is the only one in New i Capper, and thrw pine trees the trade But look how far off he is! It takes j mark. Refuse substitutes. weeks for his letters to get to me." one Norway Pine byrup and that one "But he writes every day." Dr. W ood _ "Harry telephones every day. I tell you, Jane, the voice has a good deal to fulness he nover to feel do with it You like to hear a fellow j sprang to his oyos. .Mine's happiness say nice things. It beats ink all to j was u reflection of his owu. Lethbridge Citizens Band Lethbridge, April 7, 1909. Editor Herald: .Dear "The man that hatix no music in himself, Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, Is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils." Just at the present time when we are all agog with Publicity, Publicity Comissioners, Printers' Ink, ad- vertising, etc., it has appealed strong- ly to the undersigned that it would be perfectly in order and a most op- portune time to call the attention of ar-ci Oi course the greatest and most desirable prize is to have the Lethbridge Citizens' Band carry oil the first prize and with the proper equipment and support there. is every reason to believe that this desire can be one so devoutly to be wished. j The executive committee is impres- sed with the necessity of speaking in words of plainness to the citizens and J pieces. It "will go hard with him per- haps, but young. He'll get over it" "You are youug too. That is why you have got over 'Tm not as as I was. But I've decided on Harry. If father doesn't let us get married right away I'm lia- ble to get over him too. If s silly doing that all the time. Oue might never get married, you know. But father is firm. He says I can't and he says be'll kick Harry into the middle of next summer Father says I shall not marry into the regular army. He says they don't good husbands. I've got the >u him. though. He appealed to :r, and she forgot herself and Thev letting them know exactly what is j rellng about it j !eft hotel required. At- the present time the j u was an.awful jar to father. For two boys are in need of 14 more uniforms cents I'd elope with Harry." and are lacking the following instru- i -it would be pretty difficult for an mente- euphoniums, 2 E-flat basses j officer ou duty to elope, don't you James Bansemer's letter was not read aloud to Jane. When liu had finished the perusal of the long epistle he fold- ed it a.ud stuck it away in his pocket. His eyes seemed a bit wistful and his drawn, but there was 110 word to let her know what had been written by the man who had denounced her. "He is well." was all he said. He did not tell her that bis father had urged him to go into business in the Philippines, saying that be would pro- vide ample means with which to begin and carry on any enterprise he cared to exploit One paragraph cut Graydon to the quick: "I'd advise you to steer clear of Chi- cago. If they don't kill you in the Phil- ippines you're better off there. They hate as here." 2 corne, -I 1 loved the girl. He does clarineti. These supplied would put I them in pretty good shape. j Mother Sllvs 1 am being absolutely The executive committee has been j spoiled out here in Manila, and she seriouslv discussing and considering says flatly that she's going to me raising back. to states_ Isn.t !t axrfuir these rtquirementa. one of the olU-d "Back to the fellow in New that lies before us. A little over two years ago the Leth- bridge Citizens" Band was organized with but twelve members. It was pretty hard "logging" for a while as it is with all bands, but finally the boys got down to work in earnest and today the band numbers almost three j 1 smile to solicit three or four outside "i Uope he hasn't ?one and fallen in the enterprising real estate j love with some other she said. j It was tnie, as Jane soon learned, j that Mrs. Harbin bad concluded to re- 1 turn to the United Stntes with Ethel. Jane's aunt had grown immeasurably tired of perhaps a little more tired of the colonel. It was she j men_ Donate these lots to the band let tjie put them up in a By this method it is necessary money can be very readily and the burden who aroused the colonel's antipathy to j iittle -Lieutenai t Soper. She dwelt times as many members as it did at by the many could be easily the organization. carried off. By all means the com- Last year we sent them to Calgary i mittee is strongly of the opinion that j upon the dire misfortune that was pos- where the Dominion Fair was being! the band should go to Winnipeg. This siblcjf Ethel tin ued tte held. The boys entered the Band: feeling is universal among thex boa- Gontest and carried off the second; iness men and citizens of the city. prize. Lethbridge Citizens were proud; Next month the outdoor summer to see them marching down the streets of Calgary and around the Fail- Grounds with their "Lethbridge ban- ner" unfurled to the breeze. They won praise and commendation for the city everywhere they went. "Leihbridge" was sticking out in great big letters wherever the band went and one could hear the people talking of Lethbridge. The boys cre- ated good harmony, dispelled discord and made the inquirer believe that Lethbridge must be a pretty good place. They were highly compliment- ed and congratulated for their splen- did discipline, attractive uniforms, band instrumentation, time, volume and harmony. It -was these qualities which won for them the prize and brought Lethbridge pronouncedly be- fore the public. The .Citizens Band is desirous of entering the Band Contest at the Big Winnipeg Fair this year. In fact they have already paid their entrance fee. -The band contest will be held on the 14th and 15th days of July. It is open to all amateur bands in the Western States and Western Canada coming from towns and cities not ex- ceeding a population of There are four prizes as follows: colonel ;i towering rage and a great fear that Ethel might become fatally contaminated before she could .whisked olf of the island. It was decideil Mrs. Harbin and Ethel should return to the United States soon after tbe first of March to take np their residence in Xew York city. "Mother wants to be a soldier's parole." sniffed Ethel, al- most-audibly enough for her father's The sacred concerts gfven in. the j ears. Mrs. Harbin at once informed Jane that she was esffected to return with concerts will be held on the Public Square. The band stand is altogeth- er too small to accommodate the players. The city must see to it- at once that- the stand is enlarged and repaired. Thousands of visitors will be entertained in this manner. Lyceum every Sunday evening com- mencing at 9.15 will be continued throughout the summer months. They are proving a great success and large numbers of "music lovers" gather there for the purpose of hearing the band. The proceeds from collections are given to the benevolent institu- tions of the city. The Lethbzridge Citizens' Band is well worthy the support and assist- ance of the citizens of Lethbridge and the committee can only wish that they will respond generously and see that the band is thoroughly and pro- perly prepared for the Winnipeg Fair and gen eral home work. Yours truly, C. JT. ECKSTOEM, President. GEO. HOTJK, Vice President. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Sec'y. Executive Committee of the Leth- bridge Citizens' Band. City Of Abridge The regular weekly sale of Horses, Cattle, Implements etc. will be [held on SATURDAY NEXT at 2.30 p.m. at the City Market Corrals. Entries are now invited and should be for- warded to the undersigned by Friday morning in each week. Frank G. WkDDIIIGTON Market Master them. She demurred at first purely for the sake of appearances, but to the end agreed to tender her resignation to the Rod Cross society. The knowledge that Graydon Bansemer's discharge was soon forthcoming and that he in- tended to return to America in the spring had more to do with this" deci- sion than she' willing to admit She therefore announced her ambition a trained nurse and gave no heed to Mrs. Harbin's insinuating smile. Letters of late from Mrs. Cable had been urging her to return to Chicago. David Cable was far from well, -break- ing fart, and be was wearing out bis heart ia silent longing for her return. He wrote to her himself that be ex- pected to retire from active business early In the year and" that Sis time and fortune from that day on would be de- voted to his family. He held out at- tractive visions of travel, of residence abroad, of endiess pleasure which they could enjoy together. Jane had written to them that she would not live in place else iu the world, she ;tbey understood. There was no word of James Bansemer in all these letters. She was always daughter to them, and they were father and mother. Craydon. Bansemer one day received three'letters, all from Chicago. He knew the handwriting on the envelope of each. Three men had written to father, Ellas Droom and Rig- by. A dark scowl came over his face as be looked at tbe Rigby envelope. It was the first letter that be opened and read. Jane was sitting near by watch- ing the expression on his face. "It's from as be finished. "Wb-t does he she asked.anx- iously. "He says be is my devoted friend for replied Grnydon bitterly. "I cnnnot forget, though, Jnmv He not sort of friend. I "He thought it was for the beat, 'Tes, and he mny .have thought be ray friend too. This letter mnch. But I like no enemy tetter, Ton know whnt tn expect of at nit from Kins Droom-old Ellas." Dfooro .r.vrlril n-fpw of cfcMT tlM soMicr. urging him Mt It come tt