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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UfHttHDOt, ALfA., THURSDAY, AMILli, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE omco, ToaoNTo UTAMJIMKD E, WALDt, AUKAVMtg UUSP, KuAfw Paid up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Dank are A most o ia whieh to carry money when travelling. They are issued in dvoootii and aad MBouQt payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germamy, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switieriand is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries payabfoat current .The and all information regarding may be obtained at every Bank, Lethbtidge Branch C. G. K.Nourse, Manager THt WHITLA KIDNAPPING RAY F. BRANDON In "Jeise at the Lyceum Tonight. T. E. PATTERSON. Office. Oliver Block. Phone 987. Coal from Phone 287. Best and cleanest on the market.. Prompt delivery at your home, and weight guaranteed. DELAY m BUYING CITY PKO- party moans higher prices tomorrow. Buy today; Any locality on easy LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop payment plan or spread over a term of years at 6 per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now is the time to insure yaur house and furniture, rates. YOU; WANT A HEINTZMAN The best is none too good for you. Buy a Heintzinan and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or discount for cub. Orders and correspondence-g6- No. OPERATORS TO MEET MINERS Conference Announced to Take Place at. Coleman on Monday Frank, April Rocky Moun- tain Cement Co. of Blairmore have just imported what they call a two tire rotary cement kiln for their ce- ment factory for roasting ore. is eight feet in diameter inside and about one hundred feet long, made from boiler plate. It takes four flat cars to transport it. The cost is It will be installed at once in their factory. The company expect several carloads of niachinery to arrive in a few days. -...Ail interview with Wm., Whitesida of the International Coal and Coke yesterday, he stated all their :miners are. out, some and that there will be a meeting at Cole- man on Monday between the operators and -the representatives of the miners when it is thought a settlement may be agreed upon. The toyUi Indicted on a Charft of Child aUalinf Cleveland, Ohio, April Mr. and MM. James P. Boyle, under arrest in Mercer, Pa., on the charge of kid- napping Willie Whitla of Sharon, Pa., were again indicted by the Cuy- ahoga County Grand Jury here to- day on the charge of child stealing and harboring a stolen child. Follow- ing the arrest of Boyles here on March 22nd, the day after the Whitla lad was returned to his father, here, the Grand Jury indicted the couple on the charge of blackmail. This step was taken as a precautionary measure against any possible failure of Pennsylvania authorities to ob- tain a conviction. It was feared that Mrs. Boyle might be able to evade the charges there. Later develop- ments however show that there may be real grounds upon which to base the fear and the local authorities have decided to protect themselves against a miscarriage of justice by having the additional i ndictment found as the Boyles are now charg- ed with blackmail, kidnapping and harboring a stolen child in the coun- ty. ROAST INSPECTORS Toronto, Ont., April annual meeting of the Ontario Education As- sociation opened in Toronto univers- ity. 'High school teachers declared that school inspectors were tyrants and that military training was bar- barous. Editor Cooper of the Can- adian Courier boldly advocated .edu- cational rebellion. He advised them to throw away their text books, school of pedagogy and other old time sys terns. Dr. dt Van's French Ftmalt the Wife's Friend A-reliable regulator; never fails. While these pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the generative portion of the female system, they are strictly safe to use. all cheap imitations. Dr. de Van's, are sold at a box, or three for Mailed to any address. The Drug Co., St. Catherines, Ont Can You Win It Mr. T. 0. Johnson, Box Lethbridge, will give a prize of Five Dollars in gold to anyone suggesting a suitable name for his new' hotet-con- test to close April 32nd, but answers in Lethbridge" Post Office morning of 23rd will be considered, Judges: Bev. J. S. Chiv- ers, St. Augustin's; E. W. McMullen, manager Met chants T. E. Patte- son, Oliver Block. E JAMES AT THE LYCEUM PRODUCTION Follow the Crowd to the Lyceum BIG SPECIALTIES AND MOVING PICTURES Prices 25c., 35c., and 50c. BARR McCUTCHEON enriched uot only In wealth.; but io tbtvbope of ultimate happIiMwa. Not that Jane encouraged him. Far from it She was more obdu- rate tuau "ever wltb an ocean between them. .But bis atom of determination grown to n purpose. His face was thinner, ana bis eyes were of a deeper. more wistful gray. They .were full of for across the sea and ahead, Graydcw. and don't let the shadow of your father haunt you. Don't forget we, boy, because 1 lovt you better than all the world. These strange words for a man who has fallen as I have fallen, but they are true. Listen to this: You will be a rich of pity and yearning for the man back there In the west He had tolled bard and well. He bad won. The shadow of '90 was still over him, but the year and a new ambition had lessened Its blackness. Friends were legion In the great metropolis. man some day. I have a fortune to'He won way into the heartaaud give you, my boy. They can't take my confidence of new associates and re- monev from you know. It's all to i newcd fellowship with the old. Invita- be yours, every ceut of IL You ame upon hto, but he us not talk about it resolutely turned his back upon most said Graydon hastily, a shadow tbem- He was uot soclally to of repugnance In his eyes. Bansemer day8 studied bis face for a moment, and a deep red mounted to bis brow. Once a week he to nis fatiier- but there never was a reply. He did eo reu uiwuuieu iv uivn. i Tou mean. he wt expect one, for James Banseraer in "that do not want my j i "Why should we talk alkrat it "Because It suggests my j "No, no, father. asking him to write, had vowed that his son should never hear from him again until he could speak as a free man and a chastened one. True to his promise, Graydon instituted no move- need not say it. I understand, i ment to seoare a l'ardon- Se did' a It's enough. You feel that my money! Personal appeal, persuade Denis honestly made. Well, Harbert to drop further prosecution, won'l discuss it I'll not offer It to I There were enoush indictments against j his father to have kept him behind the for life. i Elias Drooni bad rooms in Eighth j avenue, not a great distance 'from Herald square. He was quite proud you, again." "It won't make any difference, dad. I love you. I don't love your money." "Or the way 1 earned it. Some day, my boy, you'll learn that very few make money by dealing squarely with their fellow men. It's not the cus- tom. My methods were a little broad- er than that's alL I now notify you that I intend to leave aU t have to sweet charity. I earned most of my ill gotten wealth In New York and Chicago, and I'm going to give it back to these cities- Charity will take anything that Is offered, but it doesn't always give In return." At the expiration of the time allotted to the visitor took his de- parture. of his new quarters. They had many of the unpleasant features of the old ones in Wells street but they were less garish in their affront to an aes- thetic eye. The incongruous pictures were there, and the oddly assorted the new geraniums had a chance for life in the broader win- dows; the cook stove was in the rear, and there was a venerable Chinaman In charge of it; the bedroom was kept so neat and clean that Droom quite "I SSTSJTSL -b. me u sne ca informed Graydon one day when that "I'll come down again, father, be- fore I go east'1 almost shouted James Bause- tner. "I won't have it! For my saice; Griaydon, don't ever come here again. Don't shame me more than you have today. I'll never forget this hour. Stay away and you'll be doing me the greatest kindness in the world. Front- Ice me, "J can't promise that, dad. It isn't 1 sane request. I am God, don't that. I can't bear to look at you through these Plwisfr' go! Goodbyl Write to me, but don't come here again. Don't! It's only few years." He turned away abruptly, his shoul- der, drawn upward as if in pain, and young man stared jn astonishment at him. "Whafs the use, my boy, in Elias Droom dressing like a dog of a when be is a gentleman of leisure and affluence? it surprises you to see me ID an evening suit, eh? Well, by Jove, my boy, I've got a din- ner jacket a Prince Albert and a silk hat There are four new suits of clothes hanging up In that he said, adding; with a sarcastic laugh: "That ought to make a perfect gentle- man of me, oughtn't it? What are you laughing can't help it Elias. Who would have dreamed. that you'd go- in for good "I used to dream about it long ago. 1 swore If I ever got back to New Graydon left the: place, weakened Tork dregs as New Yorkers dress- sick at heart Jane and Droom were awaiting him In an outer office. The former looked Into his eyes searehingly, tenderly. so sorry, she said as took hand In-hers. even if I was. a hundred years old. a servant too. What d'ye think of that? He can't understand a word I say. nor can I understand hiui. That's, why he. stays on with me. He doesn't know when I'm dis- charging him, and I don't know when he's threatening to leave. What do yon think of my It was Graydon's first visit to the place, weeks after their return to New a vague sort of.way why h., Tork> He had not friendly. to -All the way back to Chicago Droom sat and watched them from un- der .lowered brows, wondering why It "was that be felt so much lonelier than be ever had felt wondering. not able to eiult after alL CHAPTER XXX. i Droom since the day at the prison.. i but now be was forgetting.his resent- ment In the determination to wrest -from 'him the names of Jane's father and mother. He was confident that the old man knew. "Better than street eh? Well, you was in trade then. Different' j now. I'm getting, to be quite a fop. i Do you notice that.I say 'By. Jove' oc- He gave _ his raucous {.laugh of derision. "Dined at Sherry's the other night old he went on with raw mimicry- "They thought 1 was a Christian and let me In. I used to look like the devil, you know." "By the Lord Harry, Ellas." cried Graydon, "you look like the devil now." "I've got these carpet slippers on be- ANE was 111 and did not my shoes hurt my ex- leave ber room dnring j the two days following J the visit to the penlten- tiary. She was haunted by the face of Bansemer, the convict It was beyond little itr Droom sourly. "My collar my neck, so I took it off. Other- as I was when I got In at Funny what a difference a like a collar makes. Isn't _h-r powers of imagination to recall Wy B0. i DCver gave it a him as the well groomed, distinguished now. But Elias, I want man she once bad known. Graydon to a gcett faror pf yoa. You waa .deeply, distressed over the pain and humiliation be had subjected her tf yo1jr fatber wouldn't tell to through Droom's unfortunate efforts; wno .bw. are? expect The tact that she could not or. would to do so. He knows: J: oniy eus- not-see him for two days hurt him more than he could express, even to himself. The day before he left for New York, however, she saw him in their parlor. She was pale and quiet Neither mentioned the visit to the prison. There was nothing to say. "You will be in New York next he asked as be arose to leave. His spirit was sore. She again bad .told him that be must not icpe, a hysterical attempt to lead-him on to other topics she repeated tions with Teresa urging him, with a hopeless attempt at brava- do, to seek out the Spanish-girl and aiarry ber. He laughed utdatsly at _ __ uriil'Jemve" Chicago on Monday. tU have his. bnalnem affairs by that time. I would not let hhn icstfii the precidency. It wouW If I were taking it away with hto. We expect to be In Europe for six or months; then I am coming to New York, where I was born, QnyAm, to work." went away with the feeling hi his heart thftt he was not to see ber again. A Mtnfto atODJ of determination linger- ed in hli however, and be tried to upon It for the future. Rigby's Invitation had come to him that morning, almost as a mockery. He It to pieces, with a scowl of recollection. DTOOOJ'S effects were on the way to Hew Tork. He hung back, humbly waiting for Graydon to suggest that they ftaorUd travel east on the same tratat His grim, friendless old heart a Ixmnd of pore Joy, the 0rst he had known, when the young man made the suggestion that night Together they traveled eastward and nffieirard, leaving behind them the fray man hi stripes. six months in Europe grew Into a year, and longer. It was a loug a profitable year for Graydon Ban- "You must be a mind gasped Graydon, "It isn't bard to read your mind these days. What do you hear from Graydon went back "to the subject after a few moments. ''I am morally certain that I know who her father and mother were, but it won't do any good to tell her.. How's your After this night Graydon saw the old man often. They dined together occasionally in the small cafes on the west side. Droom could not for some reason known only to himself, be In- duced to go to Sherry's again. "When Jane comes back I'll give you both a quiet little supper there after the play maybe. It'll be my treat, my boy." The old man worked patiently and fruitlessly over his "inventions." Tbey came to naught bnt they lightened his otherwise barren existence. There was not a day or night in which bis mind was wholly free from thoughts of James Bansemer. He counted the weeks and days un- til the man would be free, and his eyes narrowed with these furtive glances into the future. He felt in his heart that James Bansemer would come to him at once and that the reckoning for bis single hour of triumph would a heavy one to pay. Sometimes he would sit for hours with his eyes staring at the Napoleon above the bookcase, something like dread In their depths. Then again he would laugh with glee, ".'jcnd the with pjuch to the consternation of Chang, and exclaim as If addressing a multi- tude: "I hope I'll be dead when be gets out of there. I hope I won't live to see him free again. That would spoil everything. Ixst me see, I'm seventy- one now. I sorely can't live much longer. I want to die seeing him as I saw him that day. The last thing 1 think of on earth roust be James Ban- r MOVING .PICTURES VAUDEVILLE 1. Hie bfrate 2. Nifbt Witchmu 3. Eliiir Of Streoftk SONG- By the OH Oaken Bucket, Louise Prices I5c and 25c. "Rettfitfthe Fiwites, Ik llatei DM" Uiiers M tW hip Little TeUy SHI wd Dace Giri Pool Ha11 Has just received a fine line of IMPORTED CIGARS and a large assortment of PIPES. V. RODGERS Prop. W. M. MURRAY Manager Kean Block, Opposite the Post Office, Good's Old Stand sealer's face beliimi ibv burs. Ha. ha, ha! It was worth all the one hour. It was even wortU while being his slnv-e. I'm not afraid of him. No! That's ridiculous. Of course I'm not afraid of him. 1 only want to know he's lying in a cell when I die out here in the great, tree world. By my soul, be'll know tJaat a handsome face isn't ahvav.s the best He laugh- ed at my fcice, curse hiui. His face won good looks! Well, well, .well, I only hope she's where sue can see his face He would work himself into a frenzy of torment and glee combined, usually collapsing at tlie end of his harangue. It disgusted him to think that his health was so good that be might-be expected to live beyond the limit of James BauseinerV imprisonment. At the end.of eighteen months Jane was coming, home. She had-written to Graydou from London, and the news- papers announced the sailing of the Cables. "I am coming Uoine to end.all of this she wrotp to him. lll mean to find pleasure ia.toit, in doing good, in lifting'the burdens of those are helpless. You will see how I can work, Graydon. You will love me more tUan ever when you see how 1 can do so much good for my fellow creatures. 1 want you love me more and more, because 1 shall love you to the .end-of The night before the ship, was to ar- rive Graydon dined with the Jack Per- civals. It was 1 o'clock when Graydou reached bis rooms. There he found a note from Ellas Droom. "I have an especial be wrote, "for asking'yoti iind Miss Coble to dine with me on Monday night We- will go. to Sherry's. Let me: know .as soon as you have seen her." 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