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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LE'.HdRIDQE, ALTA., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1909. The 3 x Button Sack No matter what other styles may come and go, many men cling to this one 3 Button Sack, FIT- REFORM MANY DON'T HEART AFFECTED. More People than Awtuve of U Have Heart Disease. I "If examinations wore made of ewi j ono, would be.suru.Hw1 chc nui. j bor o: persons walning about sufferiuj.; heart disease." This startling statement was made by doctor nt a iuauesi. ''IslmuM M Tne next day they isiutknl. Graydon losavthatheart disease was cuimm- waved an anxiotis farewell to her as as would said the exj-i-i he was hurried off with the lame, the 1 "but 1 urn sure that the of per STORY GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON i halt and the blind, tie saw David Ca- i ble and his wife on the and in i spite of himself he could not repel an eager, half fearful glance through the i crowd of faces. Although he did not 1 expect his father to meet him. he dreaded the thought that he might be i there, after all. To his surprise, as he I stood waiting with his j saw David Cable turn suddenly and i after a moment's hesitation wave his hand to him. the utmost friendship ic i his now haggard face. His heart about with wenk hearts be going a large." Hundreds of people go about their uuih i work on the rergo of death, and do 1101 j know it. It is only when the sJiuck that kills them that tho weak- uess of the heart is made apparent." j "But undoubtedly heart not __ j disease, is more pi-cvalssst nowadays. J comrades he should think that the stress of living, and rush of modern business life, i have a lot to do with heart trouble." j is uo doubt but that this is rorrect, j and would strongly advise o.vy in anv -way from heart trouble tt i Elegtnl to The Fit-Reform models for spring show how much style can be put into Sack Suits. ,7 thumped ioyousl.v at this sign of amity, i try a course of Miburu's Hoart and .Nerve As the soldiers moved awav Cable j Tills. paused and looked after him. a grim I per box or 3 boxes though compassionate expression in hi, i eyes. He and Jane were ready to eon- 1 front the customs officers. I "I wonder if he knows about his mused he. Jane caught her j breath and looked at him with some- thing like terror in her eyes. He abruptly changed the subject, deploring his lapse iato the past from which they were trying to shield her. The following morning Grdydon re- ceived a note from Cable, a frank but carefully worded message, in which he was invited to take the trip east in i the private ear of the president of the j Pacific, Lakes and Atlantic. Mrs. Ca- Limitcd, Toronto, Out. FLUTTERING OF TKg HEART. Mrs. G. M. White. Williamstown. X.B.. "'Hies: "I was troubled wiih weak spells and fluttering: of heart. I WHS bad I could bCiinvly lie rloivu in bed. 1 procured a box of Ucarc and. N'erve Pills and they me so much I got another box and it lia-: m-tii! a final cure. I cannot too highly of them, I think they are worth their weight in gold." Ttie Cables left Sun Francisco on the following: day. accompanied by the Harbins and Graydon Bansemer. There was no mistaking the joy which lay under restraint in the faces and atti- McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Aoenls for LethbncUe. SCHWAB IS PESSIMISTIC New York, April M. Schwab, president of the Steel Cor- poration in answer to a question at the meeting by a stockholder whe- ther or not industry was in as poor a state as in 1S90, said: "It is very much worse. I have never known the business to be in such a discouraging condition as it is today. As Mr. .Car- negie has remarked, stee! is either a prince or a pauper, and we are now the latter." In answer to further questions, Mr. Schwab said: "We have given the matter of cutting "wages no. consideration. We" have simply not considered the question either way. I cannot see a bit of en- couragement directly ahead. Of course we hope that with the tariff settled business will resume and then we shall get our share.'' GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Stafford Block Teaches the touch system of typewriting. 25 stu- dents were enrolled during the first month this school held its sessions here. Ex- pert instruction in busi- ness subjects and short- hand. Both evening and day sessions. Call or write or particulars to Gee. J. Schmidt. Prin. ble joined her husband in the invita- j tnde of the Cables. David Cable had j tion. One of the sore spots in Gray- j grown younger and less gray, ic don's conscience was healed by this seemed, and" his wife was glowing exhibition of kindness. Morever, Ca- i with a new and subdued happiness, ble stated that his party woald delay j Graydon. sitting the excited departure until Graydon's papers were j Ethel, who was re M' irm in'the pms- passed >ipon and he was free from red I pect of New York aiul the other voung tape restrictions. I max. studied the faces or the "three The young man on landing sent tele- grams to his father and Elias Drooia. j the latter having asked him to notify i him as soon as he reached San Fran- I Cisco. Graydon was not a little puz- j zled or the fact that the oid clerk i seemed strangely at variance with his XTONIGHTX V A BEAUTIFUL AND TOUCHING PRODUCTION THE Power of the Cross AT THE LYCEUM 99 father in respect to the future. In both telegrams he announced that he would start east as soon as possible. There was a letter from Droom [.awaiting uini at headquarters. It was brief, but it specifically urged him to accept the place proposed by Mr Clegg and reiterated his pressing com- mand to the young tuan to stop for a few days in Chicago. In broad and characteristically uncouth sentences he i people who sat at the other end tJbe coach. 1 Time had wrought its penalties. Ca- i ble was thin and his face aad lost ita virility, but not its power. His eyes j left the face of Jane, who was j t> [king in an earnest, impassioned j T ..sinner, as was her wont in these j flays. Frances Cable's face was a j study in transition. She had lost the i color and vivacity of a year ago, al- i thought the change was not apparent j to the casual observer. Graydon could see that she had suffered in many i. ways. The keen, eager appeal for ap- preciation was gone from her eyes; j A Great Play, that commends itself to everyone without exception BIG SPECIALTIES AND MOVING PICTURES Prices 25c., 35c.? and 50c. in its stead contentedness. Happiness, now g against the smarting of a pam- was a sweetness to assured him that while the city held no grudge against him and that" the young men would welcome him with open arms-his groundless fears to the her eyes had been lost to the choose New I ion Sale OF NEWTON'S STOCK OF Silver Plate and Jewelry A report having been circulated that I am supple- menting Nekton's stock with inferior goods to deceive the public. I offer the above reward to anyone proving that I have added to or tampered vith the original consignment of goods removed by order of Mr. Newton from his store on Round Street IN AlS'Y 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 would advise him to York. There was one rather sentimental allusion to "old Broadway" and another to "Greu- j as he wrote it. In conclusion. he asked him to to the office. which was still in the C---- builtiiu bitious glitter of other days. Ethel bored him. a most unusual condition. He longed to be under the tender, quiet- ing influence at the opposite end of the car. He even resented his temporary ezile. ......_ v "Jaae." cable was saying with gen-' i adding that if he wished to avoid the le insistence, "it is not just to him, j newspaper uion lie could Snti seclusion i at the old rooms in "Wells stree he said, "has given _-. j apartment and has taken lodgings. 1 I shte said stubbornly. i doubt very much if he vril! be willing i can't bear thought of your go- to share them with you. in view of the j out as a trained nurse, pro- position he has .-issamea in regard to I tested Cable. "There is no ne- yoar future, although he says you mav 5Tou can have the best of always call upon him for pecuniary as- faomes and in any place you like. Why for was in- i waste Iife DAY He loves you. and you are not doing 'Tour the thing by him." up bis i "You'll find I am right in the tlie Bow Island ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi- dential Lots This townsite is situated 64 miles east of the city of Leth- bridge, on the Crows Nest Pass Division of the C. P. R. and has, the celebrated "OldGlory" gas well adjoining the town- site. There is a good supply of coal and water. No invest- ment on. earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are advancing daily. Prices of lots range from to according to location. Special prices for blocks. Terms are one-third cash and the balance payable in six and twelve -noulhs with interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to LUDTKE WADDELL Bow Inland, Atta. I closed with the letter. Graydon was relieved to find that there would lie no irksome delay at- tending his official discharge. When he walked out a "free as he called it. .a gentlemanly pension attor- ney locked arms with him and hung ou like a leech until the irritated soldier I shook him off with less consideration I j than vigor. j I Ke went directly to the Palace hotel, j I where he knew the Cables' were stop- I ping. David Cable came down in re-'j spouse to his card. The rwo men shook hands, each eying the other inquiringly I for an instant. I "I want yon to understand, Graydon, i that I am your friend. Nothing has al- j tered my esteem for you." "Thank yoa. Mr. Cable. I hardly es- peeted it" i "I don't see why, my boy. But we'll i let all that pass. Mrs. Cable wants to j see you." "Before we go a'ny farther I want to I make tnyseif clear to you. I still hope j to marry Jane. She says she cannot j become- my wife. You understand why. j sir. I only want to tell you that her j objections are not objections- to me. She is Jane, and I love her, sir, be- cause she is." "I hope you can win her over, Gray- don. She seems determined, however, and she is unhappy. You can't blame her, either. If there were base or com- j mon blood in her. it wouldn't make I mnch difference to her pride. But she's j made of other material. She's serious about it, and I am sensible enough to j get her point of view. She wouldn't j want to marry you with the prospect I of an eternal shadow that neither of j you could get off of your minds, i j sometimes wish that. I knew who were mother? It would be wast- j ing my life if r did not find an occupa- tion for it I can't be Idle. I can't ex- j i 1st forever in your love and devotion." 1 i "Good Lord, don't be I j exclaimed Cable. "That hurts me mors than yon think. Everything- we have j is yours." j j "I'm sorry I said it, daddy. I did not' 1 mean it In that way. It isn't the money, you know, and it isn't the home, either. No: yon must let "me choose my own way of living the rest of'my life. T came from a foundling hospital. A good and tender llunjoa's Cold Remedy Relieves j head, throat and 'ungs almost uuaietHate- j ly. Checks Fevers, Discharges of I fie nose, takes away nil acbes auU pains j caused by colds. It cures Grip and ob- stiuate Cougns and prevents Pneumonia. i Price- 25c. Have you stiff or swollen joints, no mat- i ter hovr chronic? ASK 3-our druggist lor lluayon's Rhenmatisiu Remedy and see I how quickly you wijl bo i If you have any kidney or bladder troE- j We get Munyon's Kidney Remedy. i ilnnyon's Vitalizer mates weak men, strong and restores lost powers. THE Pool Hall IS NOW OPEN Best Pool, Billiard and Shce Shining Parlor in the west. Hot and Cold Bath- A fine line of cigars and Tobaccos V. RODGERS Prop. W, M. MURRAY Manager Kean Block. Opposite the Post Office, Good's Old Stand WHIPPING POST USED "And I'm solus to ask you to begin your nursing career by attending- to me. I'm sick for want of your love. I'm giving op business for the sake of enjoying It unrestrained. Your mother I his head and tied- to a flagstaff and i the magistrate applied the lash vig- ln Crows Nest Pass Town for Attempt j orously on .his bared back. Each at Criminal Assault stroke brought blood and cries for I mercy. Later Anderson took the Winnipeg, Man., April j shortest trail out. whipping-post as a punishment for a crime against a young girl was j JOKEOLOG-Y brought into' use yesterday at Wales- j That history itself repeats burg, a sawmill town in the Crows j 'The proof we need not look afar. Pass district, A young man gome j0kes one in the paper meets found me there and gave me the hap- j and I expect "it We are going abroad piest years of my life. I shall go back j for our health, and we-are going to {named Anderson confessed to having I Our dads laughed at before the war. there and give -the rest, of my years to take you with us. Right now Is where attemptec I attempted an assault on a little -girl, nurse. The magistrate gave him his choice of I the Litter. He was stripped, manded to place his hands high- children who are less fortunate than L you begin your career as i I by teking m Jail sentence or the lash. He chose i -s yoa it is different with the love '.hat is sick and. miserable. mf- i We want it to. live, my dear. Now, I loul! see it differeatly some want a direct decision-at once: WiU said Mrs. cable earnestly. i yOD take charge of two patients on a I don't object to your helping the long contemplated trip in search of foundlings. Jane." said Cable, -but I: love and rest-wages paid in see why.yon have to be a nurse! She looked at him. white faced and to-ao it. Other women support such I stunned. He was putting it before her nd now that giggling may nor And jokesters may their time guile. com- j >i'hey resurrect an ancient gag bove i We rehabilitate a smile. be- causes, and not as nurses.- either. j fluently and in a new light She saw _Its pay way. daddy, that's she what it was that be considered that saic urmly. j she owed ]o urmly. wh is the name of heaven, i ter. after all. yoa so unkind as to keep that poor boy over there alive when he might have died and ended his misery? You nursed Lam back to life only to give him n wound that cannot be heal- ed. You woiilt! ruin his iife. Jane. Is it fair? I'm uncouth and hard in many had a hard, unkind beginning I really beiiev? I've got more heart iu me than you have." "David.'" exclaimed his wife. Jane looked at the esaa'perated man in sur- prise. "'Now. here's what I intend you to do: You owe ree something for the want to go into the all right But I'm i 4 I 4 i J her parents." "It doesn't matter, so far as I am j love that I give to you: you owe Gray- concerned." J don something for" keeping him from "I know, my boy. You'll'never know how it hurt me to Gud that I had no daughter. It hurts her worse a thou- sandfold to learn that she has no moth- er. I trust it may not happen that yon will lose her as a wife." "If I really thought I couldn't win her, sir. It wo'nld ruin my ambition in life. She loves me. I'm sure." "By the way. Clegg tells me he has offered yon the New York office. It is a splendid chance for you. You will take it, of course." "I expect to talk it over with Mr. Clegg when I gs-t to Chicago" "Come np to apartments. Oh. pardon me, Graydon. 1 want to ask you" if you hive snliicient money to .carry you through? I know the pay of a private is not great" "Thank you i have saved nearly all of it My father has sent me a j draft for five hundred. I don't expect I to use it. of course." "Your asked Cable, with a quick, searching look. "And then I did save something in Chicago, strange as it may said Bansemer. with a smile. "I have a few of your 5 per cents. I trait road la all right" An hour later sbe stood with Gray- don on the rear platform of the car. He was trying to talk calmly of the country through which they-were rash- ing, and she was looking pensively down the rails that slipped out behind them. "We'll be in Chicago in ikree be remarked. "Graydon. I have decSfed to go abroad for five or six months before starting npon jry work. JTbey want me so mnch, you ate Mid, btr trifle "I wish I could have some power tc persuade you." he said. Changing his tone to one of brisk interest, lie went on. "It is right, clear. It will do you great good, and it will be a joy to them. I'll miss you." "And I shall miss you. she said, her ej'fts very solemn and wistful. "Won't you give me the promise. I want he asked eager- ly. She placed her hand upon his and shook her head. "Won't you be good to me. Graydon? Don't make so hnrd for me. Please, please don't tell mi- again that you Jove me." NOTICE DURING THE COAL STRIKE We shall be pleased to take orders for prompt delivery or Hardwood CHARCOAL In sacks. It is economical and clean, the best for kindling and hurry up cooking. BOYD GOODE CO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street "Good Lord, child, don't be t9- clamed Cable, going to deffiand some of yoar devo- tion for my own sake before that time comes. I've loved you all of yoar "And I've loved yoa. Lethbridge's Leading Mechanics .Western Plumbing Company Next Door to Herald Office Phone 266 Box 417 m Plumbing Heating Lighting I AH work under personal supervision 9 ;