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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., WEDNMDAY, APRIL 14, IIM. s HI Z O M 1 jS o u jd 9 2 .S3 2 EH O 8 P n3 Wf LKAD. OTHCR8 TRY TO ______WIT AT n ,1. ft JESSE J M WHO? THE: JEANNE: RUSSELL, co. Espscialiy Augruanted Cast. 'Guaranteed Production WATCH US GROW FOLLOW THE CROWD TO THE LYCEUM g' 3. ov O "3 "1 CO tB S! O o m A delicioi indescribabl JANE CABLE STORY GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON "JESSE JAMES" AT THE LYCEUM "Jesse the great sensation- al drama to be presented by the pop- pular Jeanne Russell Co. at the cosy Lyceum nest Thursday, is a play oi exceptional merit on melodramatic situation, climaxes. The life story of Jessi James and his brother Frank as noted outlaws and public characters is too well known to require press description in giving the story of the great melo- drama founded on actual historical i And Through the thrilling scenes of frontier life and daring deeds deviltry and depredation runs other side of nature which lives to a greater or lesser degree in even- human beins. Jesse Jarues TV is a man oi superior intellect and was large hearted to a fault. Circum- stances made him a criminal and he i devoted his talents to-his profession, defying all and order and start ling the world with the ability o cunning- He fell in love, courted and marri events surrounding the lives of these ed a noble woman of the Southen two famous bandits. The author has j aristocracy and was developing th Tiot dwelt alone upon the dark side j better side of his nature when of the life of the James Boys, but has through an act of Mndn.es tovrard his also port-rayed the true and Stirling character behind the rugged exterior. Doctors Gave Him Up enemies he was betrayed and mur dered ia cold blood. The play to be presented ATr Brandon and his clever company the only authorized version of Jesse James in manuscript form. Mr i Brandon is the close friead of Frank 111 James, the brother of Jesse, having _____ managed Mr. James for three suc- Gin Pills Brought Away Stone In the cessful seasons on his theatrical tour Bladder and Saved His Life j throughout the U. S. hi his great _____ ;play. "The Faith Scsr." Everyone Should Read Mr. Herman's Brandon Brothers secured the rights Case to the play and the privilege of us- Have you read the large advertise- ing their names, and play on the Pa- ment appearing in this paper, con- cific slope from Frank James himself taining a letter from Mr. John Her- and was personally assisted by Mr man, 513 James 'Street, James in their first production of the Ont. Then, of course, you must re- J play in Seattle three years ago. From alize that Gin Pills are a remarkable' personal acquaintance with the liv- they are a cure for all- ing brother Frank James, and Bladder and Kidney Troubles. j careful study of the country and con- The proprietors of Gin Pills havejditions surrounding the peculiar liv- so much faith in their virtues, that, es of the famous bandits, Mr. Bran- they will promptly refund the money j don has been able to inject much of should Gin Pills fail to do all that'the characteristics of their life and is claimed for them. j nature that brings an audience more In order to give everyone a chance' in touch with the real character and to test Gin Pills without going to'life of Jesse James than the histor- the expense of buying a large quan-; ians have done, tity, the National Drug and Chem-j Mr. Brandon also has with him as Ital Company will send a trial box comedian and comedienne of his corn- to arty sufferer from Kidney or Blad-Jpany, Mr. Carl Caldwell and Miss -der Disease, on receipt of two cents' Jane Borsey- both oi whom were born in stamps. j in the home town of the James boys; In sending for the trial box be sure They are well acquainted with the to address your letter to Dept. C.EL, family and the country and. give ah National Drug and Chemical Co., of artistic portrayal of the hnimor snr- Canada Ltd., Toronto. rounding the life of Jesse James. CI.EGG was not long in convincing Graydon ttuir bis proposition to him sincere and not the outgrowth of senti- j A dozen men in j office greeted Graydon with a warmth that had an uplifting effect. Be went awav with a beart lighter i when he was tc i that visitors waking to see hi than be had once imagined it could ever be again. In two weeks he was to be i i branch. He assured the firm that his physical condition v.-as such that he could go to work at once if necessary. i As he hastened to the Annex mls- givings aguin entered iuto his soul. i The newspapers had heralded his re- turn and had hinted broadly at ro- mantic developments hi connection with Miss Cable, "who Is at the Annex I with Mr. and Mrs. Cable." There were brief references to the causes which sent both of them to the Philip-' pines, and that was ali. Without hesitation he came to the point by asking if she knew what bad befallen bis father. Jane had heard i the news the night before. He there- upon put the whole situation before her Just as it had been suggested in Droom's ironical remark. It was not i until after the question had been pass- i ed upon by Mr, and Mrs. Cable that she reluctantly consented to -visit Gray- don's father solely for the purpose of i gleaning what information she could i regarding her parentage. They left the next day with Elias Droom. depressed, nervous, dreading the hour ahead of tiiem, Neither was La the mood to respond to the eager, excited remarks of the old clerk. The short railroad trip was one never to be forgotten; impressions were left in their lives that could hot be effaced. James Bansemer. shorn and striped. was not expecting visitors. Ue was told him. Kor four weeks had labored clumsi- in absolute control of the New York ly and M) the shoe of tbe great prison, a hauler and carrier. His EQDU VICTIM SAVED EVERYONE TO KNOW WJntergreen Compound Stopped Itch at Onc Disease Soon Dis- appeared After taking treatment from two bis bands were sore and his heart was fall of the canker of rebellion. Al- ready in that snort time his face bad taken on the look of the convict All the viciousness in his nature had gone to his face und settled there. Be had j the sullen, dogged, patient look of the man who has a mimber, but no name. The once dignified, aggressive walk had degenerated into a slouch. He shuffled as he cauie to the bars where he was to meet his first visitors. He doctors and trving many different re- i was not Pleased- bQt "e was curious. medies from drug stores, that only ta his heart be found a seemed to make the disease in.! that had come with good T 1a ,r w J7 i news. It was not until he was almost tolerable, Mrs. H. E. Johnston, oi i face to face witfa bis son fae Hespeler, Ont., found a cure. It is: izoa wBo it was. not until then that simply a preparation of oil of winter-1 he felt the full force of shame, ig- green, compounded with such well- i nominy. loathing for himself. "What could you mum- bled Droom. "Down hi your heart you wanted to see him.. done you a kindness." "For which I'll repay you some cried the prisoner, a steady look in bis eyes. "Mow pc away, all of you! I'm through with yon. You've seen cue. The girl is satisfied. "Nonsense, cried Graydon. visibly distressed by his father's an- guish. "Elias said that you wanted to see us. Jane did not come out of curiosity. She is here to ask justice of you. She's not seeking vengeance." talk to you said the prisoner shortly. "Send her away. I've nothing to say to her or Droom." Jane turned and walked swiftly away, followed by Droom, who rubbed his long fingers together and tried to look sympathetic. The interview that ensued between father and son was never to bo'forgotten by either. Gray- don heard his father's bitter story in awed silence: Itt-ard him curse deeply and vindictively: heard all this and marveled at the new and heretofore tmexposed side of his'nature. was something pathetic in the haggard face nnri tbe expressions of impotent rage. His hivirt softened when his father bared Ins shame to him and cried out against the fate which had brought-them together on this day. "It doesn't matter, said Gmydon hoarsely. deserted you, and I'm sorry. No matter what you've done to bring you here, I'm glad I've come to see you. I don't blame I For awhile I'm afraid I rather held out against coming. Now I am glad for my own sake. 1 won't desert yon now. I am going to work for a par- don if your appeal does not go won't have exclaimed the other. "I'm going to stay It ont It wiil give me time to forget, so that I can be a better man. If they let me out now I'd do something I'd always regret I want to serve my time and MOVING 'PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. 1. The Ingrate 2. Night Watchman 3. Elixir Of Strength O N wWcb to carry motfy tmvdliog. They m denomnuOiOM payable HI Belgium, Denmark, Ckrvuay, Britain Holland, Italy, Norway, awl SwttwrtelKl if em the face of each cheque, white in other spyafchj at ciifTSBt rato, TU mi 'ai liifcisfaUqa them My obtained at awry 1114 Bnadi CC. UNovse, Manager ____________in B of ibe Tvry beat Kiln- dried Lumber, in UUtt wonW do to writa decidinf on a bonat SJ A. Spencer ACDfToi nun, IAQJII ;