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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AMJL II, A. 0. F. Meeting At Medicine Hat The fifth meeting of the A.O.F. was held at Medicine Hat on.Wednesday. April 14th, in the Eagles Hall, To- ronto Street. The meeting opened at 10 a.m. by Bro. A. E. Dupen D.C.K., of Leth- bridge, and the following officers and delegates in the chairs: A. E. Dupen, District Chief Rang- er, Lethbridge. A. McCowan, Dist. Sub. Chief Kanger, Cranbrook, B. C. A. M. Hitchie, Dis. Sec.-Treas.; Lethbridge. K. Barlow, Moose Jaw; D. C.'.Koss, Calgary; Jas. L. Plumley, Medicine Hat; J. R. Umach, Edmonton; J. T. Rothwell, Lethbridge; Dr. Rose, Glei- chen; B, Simmons, Regina. General routine work of the order occupied the attention of the delegates and a lot _of business in connection with the work in Alberta was trans- acted. The meeting showed great prosperity for the A. 0. F. in the West and all parts. There was signs of several new courts .being opened in the West this year, and everything J looked well for the order. The election of officers resulted as follows: District Chief E. Dupen, Lethbridge. -District Sub. Chief Mc- Cowari, Granbrook, B. C. District M. Ritchie, Lethbridge. Executive Mc- Cowan. and Ritchie. Delegate to High -Court. ;-jheeting in Sarnia, Ont., next 'C. Ross: Alternative delegate to the High Court E. Dupen. Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Cleanliness and Purity Cox Son In the evening the delegates'-at- tended the regular meeting ia the Eagles Hall, where a most pleasant evening was spent in songs, recita- tions, etc. Several speeches were delivered in the. interests- blithe: or- der and together with.--a most en- joyable banquet closed a most suc- cessful-day in the interests of for- estry. Bro. Plumley, of Medicine Hat, in-; troduced -His Worship, the Mayor to the delegates. District Chief Ranger. Bro. Dupen, welcomed His Worship Mayor" Milne, on behalf oi District The Private Dining Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union A1J White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 2oc. up N. H. MURRAY Prip. No. 20, A. p. F., and of the order uni- versal. The mayor thanked-the D. C. R. and in a rfew remarks welcomed the delegates to Medicine Hat. It gave him a great dear of pleasure to ex- tend this welcome. He understood this was the first time that a .District meeting of the well known' order An- cient Order of Foresters had met in Medicine Hat. it was a good thing to see good sound business men from different places get "together -like the present, occasion and fra- ternity and realize the great fbemfits to be attained. It .made better .citi- zens of us to belong to these fraternal organizations and then the insurance feature was something to appeal men if not a cheap concern, but said the mayor, "I understand yp'ur order, in your inituraube. depart- ment it run on a good sound basis, and bt'ing a safe concern would ap- peal to men in a new country such this your1 order .ought to prosper tmd by good management would ap- peal to strangers who are fast com: ing into this western land. It is good to get in touch with different orders such as yours, and a member should look to the fraternal part more than the financial side." Continuing his remam His Wor- ship touched on the City of Medicine we Iteep all municipal concerns in the hands of the city such as water- works, gas wells., etc., all of these benefits go to th.e citizens. We have good waterworks in this ity, plenty of natural gas, a first class fire brigade and police protec- ;ion, and we are always pleased to show strangers over our city and ex- plain its benefits. With great .pleasure gentlemen I give you the freedom of the city of Medicine Hat. I hope you will en- joy yourselves here, have a good time and our police will look well after you. "While we. had the money string- ency, we did not feel the-pinch and that has placed us ..on a better basis. is prosperous and while so people must get away from the idea of wealth and get down to solid contentment. "There is to be expended in municipal works this year, "In conclusion I take great pleas- ure in thanking you for this meet- ing, all good citizens will extend you a nearly welcome. "Now gentlemen, when .you "get" through with your convention we STORY CONTINUED-BV McCUTCHEON shall :be pleased to take you around and; show you our city, our water- works, gas'wells, fiirehall and other- places of' interest." l: His Worship finished amid loud ap- plause. The D. C. E. then said: "It-gives me great pleasure on behalf of this District to weir come and we shall be pleased to look over, your city, see your waterworks, also the gas wells, et cetera, if time will only permit." Amidst lo'ud applause :His Worship then retired. "I hJawu't tolC It went on Omjdon. "Mr. Gteff hss ssasi father, ami be says-be Is todfffierwt a lout It intends to leave coon- try In any event. I am going to writs to bin tonight asklug him to let them applr pardon. It may save htm from -ihree of servitude. Mr. Clew U sufijKbe can get Wbarrtbf i'matter; EliasT' Tbc oia -bad atltened, aud the look on bis face was horrible to behold. Terror was visible In every lineament. His. companions started from their chairs In alarm With a mighty effort the old mail suc- ceeded In a semblance of self control.l.Hls and hlsjnw His voice was trembling and weak as be responded, an apologetic bis f ace- at all." 1. nysmen- tary jiain. Don't mtad me. Don't mind raei" be have them often. I think it's my beart What were you saying: Graydon? Ob, yes. pardon. hope yoit'Jl snaebtioa me In writing to your father. "Tell him I hope see him if be comes to New York." "I don't believe be likes yon. Elisi." said bas he said: to de-; manded Drooiii sbariJly. .With improved railway service the A. I. and a bet- ter service on the .0. P. looks as if the railway kickers will soon run out of a job. f f YOUR UMB DON'T I If 3TOU dnce the mcjre time to is the t Best Good Grades, Small Profits and Prompt Service WILL HOLD YOUR TRADE -f 4- ft 11 f 11 Jane and me to Joliet that day." The old man's grin was malicious. "He won't.-forglve you that" how he" looked Mr. Dtpomir-said a Shudder: Dr6om trembled with a new spasm Attention was diverted by the arrival i of. of six; The men weredls. tiBgulsbed in appearance, the but spirited. That were well known to raaoy of the diners In those days at Sherry's was at once were and left to nearby acquaintances. After "mucli they flaallj relapeed into the chairs obsequiously drawn back for them, and the buzz of-conversation throughout the place was resumed. Graydon, his voice, named to-Jane, who lookecl at them with 'were weH--siown tolSew York anil Eu- ropean society; moment Silas Droom waj'unnoticed. He took the op- portunlty to to subdue his tooapparent emotion. Jane was recalled from her polite scrutiny of tbe -women at the .by bearlnf her name rneiitloned In-Droom's hoarsest voice, modified into somethlnc like a whisper, oot only aaked yon to come here In order to tell you the name off your father, but to point him ont to yon." -TbereT Tsas an instant of breathless silence the table. So startHns; was hia SLunooricement that every other sound saom escaped tiie of bis two listeners. "There .'was a aew TrondreS hill found In the basket with -you. Your grandfather's Signature that bill. He was tbe president of the issned it Tour mother .Here he leaned, forward ant whispered a name that fairly stunned Ids 'hecrers. -Graydon caught, his breath, and a new light appeared In his eyes. He was beginning to believe that the old man's Itrain was affected. chair, increduloos smile on "Don't Graydon, somewhat roigtily "I am not jesting. It Is the troth; I-swear snapped Ellas, "But, great man; what you've said! It's the bast families cemaitry.-' if taws' teroua "OI course 4ier family the was a bluestockingT where rjkfiw Cable of bar good Wood." "Ellas, I can't believe Jtr crted Gtay. don.. Jane was staring blankly at the old man's face. will tell -yon- tha- For more than twenty years I have known the secret. There is no daet- mentary: BaiDiemfr J 000 'for keeping hte mouth' closed. Ha found out the truth, andrboipranted h] It, as ustiaU Oh. that nun died dollar bills are mot with peu- per babies. I earthed -the trnthjabont "Shi "Don't mention the name aloodr' "But nneartik it. possible chance of ther. Miss Cable. U sitting at that ta- ble. Don't look up jnat yet He is staring at you. He doesn't know yon, Graydou ineebankally. Jane spoke for I be first time. SB In a daaa. blta .many times in I'trn. My father? On: ok; H caa't be "Jajse. let me yon tway awajaa pallor "No: itiine utay. It cau'4 gutter, GrayAoai.'. I waat and agalnr'sbe sadfihrlokinff back as If tlie whole world were staring at her. By the moat prodigious effort she rt- falnai eoaitrol of her icelng conpuaaire. a trying momeat "He's worth said Dnsote. 'It will bo- worth whiij for she axclaimcd" pasalonataty. "Do yon (huk I'will n'rsssiit cojaetf to him after'be thousand times, .At that tMtant the party of six har- riedly aroce to leave tbe place. The tall man with the fray hand- somest man of staring boldly at Jane's averted face, now red with consciousness. As he passed her In going out of the room his look grew more Insistent up, and a faint smile crossed hfe face. "Handsome .Ctrl." he rsnarlud-''to- man behind ulm; aodT tbon he ont of her sight perhaps for- DURING THE COAL STRIKE Wo shall be pleased to take orders for prompt delivery of Hardwood "The woman with cried Jane, her eyes following tbe beautiful crea- ture at his she my motharr said Graydon. 'averting his eyes to1 sToidrbef-eipresilon; "she ia Balked party out of the utterisjf a word. "Inside of two yearn I have pointed tbelr There Isn't much choice as If .pioereVypu. I'd sty I IBM'S advice, you, and ber' bjtbnes. life and "ijet of btppt- neas out of it that .von can. Don't 7011 two sins of .your fatten." "I fcouidi'iC lire in ha were 11 murmured Jane. Droora, with sudden harshness. It vat snowing and1 wind blowing a gale when they emerged from toe place ...Jane' bnnf heavily upon .Uai cot dare to her face, '-hot he felt ctfeUy triumphant urging in heart Kliaui otv- til their lillpnd his hand to both berttariofly. even .timidly, 7'Good tiifbt There Vis nothing else 1W Iron but that Graydon, when you write to yowr fa- Iri sacks. It is economical and clean, the best for kindling and hurry up cooking. BOYD GOODE GO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street woman.. The gentleman with the fray hair, Graydon. See? Ttet man fa her father." Graydon half startadnp In bin chair, hia lips hia; ojs the designated. draft of blood seemed to hare froien in his reran. "Good God, he whispered. The .BUM stack TO bis -throat. son of the masrwho signed the banknote. He is Jane's father; -There's blue blood in King -Henry's ii M for Jhat Now, Miss Cw done Fre solute truth. You could not have ex- pected more. You could not bare ask- ed a greater climax. The name of Van- derbflt or Astor no better, known rthsn .that man's aad Jsbelttcr than that" of yirar Mother. I "V'HI to you of of proo'f that connects you with their hlfctory." to ler a'gtaall ps-cfc- nge. MIt writteii' to Unnsemer by yonr paternal grandfa- bcr. agreeing to an appointment to (fliscuss a question the letter-that1 I've kept ft Jhose jenrs. It bears grandfather's signature. "all. I beard part of'that" interrfew. and I stake my soul that what I've told you is true." Jane sat tadting at him if para- lyiecd. Her mind was qnlte Incapable of grasping. the .full .Jaijjort of so tcaitf norths asri CHAPTER XXXII. ROOM ttood fo% a few mo- omtnts In the hurtling swwsform, abstractedly gailnit JLongacre square. in his __________ marrow not from iown upon him. The gnurit-gray ktokf-tn his face was not that of hanger or There In bis heart' rie'bad' foriifftten Jane's trivial niaterwac uubflttooed, aud the pelted oegtected shtrtTfrfliiti A doonniui call- ed bis 'the ovfrslght He came to himself, drew about hia lobs; frame andphurried" off Ftfth'iiVenufc 'The was so vicious that be boarded car, at Forty-second aloud' In sudden An Instant later be Jaugbed at his nan wasi5not Janjes A cold perapli-aiion started out Jhroogli hiii brain there went racing the" erer: come straight to 'The hour was not'late, pot the blix- sard had driven the crowds from the streets. Eighth avenue sidewalks were deserted, except, for the ipeople. who Droom hurried sooth to his lodajlngs be became poaaeaaed of a racklnc belief that some one was following close upon Ms One 'wbp'was rusbiag up to abimurdetfus Mow in the back. The old roatf a frantic ran In covering the last hslP block. ft was not iptil be toils rooms, with the door bolted: that be cobld rid MassHf the dread. The 4re "had gone ont and tbellfht was "His toath chattered and hia band shook as. be raised "the wick In the lamp. of fear .was upoii "him.' the- stove, he-ts- gan to rebuild tbe flre. His back was toward .the door, and he turned an aaxlona fact In that direction from to time. Footsteps on the stair- way sent a chill ihroafb frame. They passed the flight but brettblessjl be heard the door of the apartment ibovt .shim vnolaily. For bmlf an hour be sat In front of the without removinf bis hat and ulster. "Curse the over id over-again tr> MaMelf. vsmetlmes aloud. be have a-par-t dot? What'-iire tue Curst that rawWWna; blO foo! Clegf: They'll set him free, and he'll hunt roe out: I know be will He won't forgive me for that day's work. He may be fret now. It may have bren he who fol- lowed me Rnt no! That's a silly Ao ilhulc. It lalMNi FUNERAL OF.WAN KILLED AT BRIDGE (Hamilton, Ont. Times) The last sad rites were held over the remains of William JJ. Smith, who wass kilted at liethbridge. Alberta, a few days ago by-Jailing from a bridge, in: Bamilton yesterday af- ternoon, the funeral taking place at 3.30 o'clock from his parents' resi- dence, .16 Tiffany street: Ven. Arch- deacon; Foreneret conducted1 the ser- vices at the house -and gravel The; pall-bearers were: Edward Johnston, Tracey, Mr. D.'TJrquhart and A. Atkins. The members of the local tinion No. 95, Bridge and Structural Iron Work- ers, marched to the Cceinetery in a body. Floral tributes were received Widow, parents, sis-: ters, Mr. Edwards, and family, .Leth- bridge Union1 -No.- 30, I W., Lethbridge Young Men's Club, -em- ployees of the Tuckett Tofcacco .Com- pany, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Frank, Mrs. Mahoafc; Mrs. Ber- tyman, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. T. Smith, Mr. James and "Will Havehport, Miss Taylor. LADY CARLING DEAD London, April Catling, wife of Sir John Carling, minister, pf agriculture under Sir John A? Mac-; donald's government, died suddenly' this morning of heart disease. The excitement: of her J wedding, which took place yesterday apparently the: THEY SAY HAZELWOOD'S I ICE [CREAM IS THE BEST SELL IT Sundaes, Sodas, etc., all flavors Chow Sam Co Although our 'tables are Crowded at Meal Time our large staff of waiters serve you promptly. The Alberta Restaurant Shoi fc-Orders at all flours Oliver Block Phone 228 Island v ALBERTA Choice lousiness and Resi- dential Lots This townaite 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- on earth like earth "itself: Buy now .as prices are advancing daily. Prices of lots range from to to location. for blocks. Terms are oheithird cash and: the balance "-payable in six and twelve -Jionths with -Interest at-six per cent., per annum. For full '..particulars, call or; write to LUDtRE Bow Island, Alia. The Mberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lib Hwtt of tte liilnad n. Weit of FROM 1 IT EACH One-tWrd cash, ooe-thi rd 6 moutlw. interest 6 per cent, per ;