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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta HEN BY JUSTICE. 19IO, by New Herald Co. AU OME." .said Tony, putting on Ms hat "Come asked Luisa. "You ask no said the mau more severely. "You come with me." He 'took the girl roughly by the arm and be- tton to the club the 'feet of Tony's bavtef beea broker. "Oh, go permitted to get out with. so much money, bat the tumult finally quieted down by the word of law from the leader, the man who talked "the loudest and who wore the largest watch chain. "Let the, Dago he said. "His luck is tbo.good to keep. He will come back and bring others." a mansr "But only for a pleaded Tony, with afl the blandishments, of hk race. "But I must haf security." said the. young Jew. "What haf I to know of your hand8ome. His laugh was hi, eye Ton rait and blue and kind. Indeed, when Joief drove Tony .he sank helplws in his .chair.. But Tony, with' this new and'easilyi found fortune, "I aaid. and me fix that Mr. Tony ywt. _... rt.. mltaryle he said, almost authoritatively, "flont prated as good as before all these peoples; ccme, re rill go home." To morrow you and I vill drive down by. Ooney Island and see such grand sights! Come, now, Josef Voch- alone, And many of his betters. But there was no smile es Luisa's face now. She "Put on" he demand- his toother., and Luisa. In', the interim he had a tenement flat, and when the two women ar- rived Toay was at the wharf to meet them. Nor their the German, wisely. Ash asked; "Show mVyour mother said Tony. In utter defrettan: "I havs Josef, who .In-the where hung her hat and coat td. pointing. "No! I will she cried with the rehemence of fabled where gold fairly po'ured-into one's heads em terrace. for the The man's brow clouded. At the moment his face V.--T ;was not pleasant to look upon. In other respects, however, and in less excitable circumstances Tony might. be called a handsome young fellow. But something about the corners of his mouth and the 'X ;'V dark sytd ftel, -clapping her hands as'we heard' then, Tony, a country of the rich. "Quite so, he chlppered glibly. With the touch of woman's I ttll That-I said tort, at Bs a tny of ditiaood had Iraart took from the drawer, keep, feather. Luisa began to .be really happy! A few days later the most momentous happening og Loisa's life took place. It was agnm Saturday evening. Josef and the gM the front of the shop neatly, arranging the dis- eases of jewelry, for- -rule Saturday nighc was a great time for businessmen the "Bowery, and the rosy faced pawnbroker was! keeping on the looi- out for trade. Furthermore, Josef had the name oC being honest, and, dropping tile cajolery and blandish- ments of his competitors, he sold his, wares for what they were worth. His diamonds did not nave gold backs nor did his pearls melt when they came too near the fire.. Suddenly Josef and Luisa were aroused by a fa- miliar-step. 'It was'Tony coming Into the same Tony of'.old. He did not appear 111 fed, how- ever, nor in want of anything. He wore new clothes, a great watch chain and carried himself with a swagger. he said with a broad smile, "get your Luisn." He -took. out .a parse and removed from-the loser case a roll of bills. "There: is your I'm Much to you for taking Tonrr But something had driven Tony, speechless. How would such a propostttan strike Lcrtaa? What rejnrdlng side of the bargain? "Maybe she won't whispered Tony .in agony n t w jrwu xor auung a deal, not so, The safu Acre b full; then these cases, Im tbe cue tkt fM. There was a deathly silence 1 htLt ftBd 11 "Maybe she haf her right! I know them voomans. Tony. tell her I gif her a dlamond'ring Tonv possession of a peairat She come, Tony. Not so? You tell her 1 return haf a horse and buggy to drive mit style by the park, thoueht lell her my mudder buy her a new dress and a hat "Ufaut Jilt a fine feather. She von't come? O-bo! Veil, you try that Tony. I haf acquainted init voomans a long time. She come, Tony." "Yes, she must a gasped Tony, a _________-._____ "Welll Wstil Can't you nwve? Get your hat and day Then I am a rich man I rill bttflt.rae a Urtag coat Fre got a carriage onteMel I've yot the store hnrtciA mft- rrf-rr jjw PiTfe. A ti _ "Very so, my son." politician now." He pulled out a massive gold watcb. Then one by one they took the jrinkets off and shut looked at the time and threw It..back. Into his pocket them np in the safe for the by a dexterous flourish of his watch chain. "Ifs But at the end of the week, which had -been -lilce. eight o'clock and I'm In a harry. Come along." Prosperity, Indeed, must have" overtaken Tony somewhere. But just where neither-Josef nor Luisa. cared to inow. The girl looked down and went on polishing some gold rings ..with, a piece of chamois Bad News Comes. skin. at once, -rich' without work, llfce some of the other rich men he had" gentlemen who wore wondarfu] resplendent with checked waist- coats, variegated neckties; who wore large gold watch chains and hats'down over'the corner of one eye. When Tony had first landed'at .Castle Garden some months before, a man .who pretended to recognize him He bad associated with these fine gentlemen scarce Hungry! Tony had not yet thought of that He rushed out the door. The Case of Vochman. --Josef Vochman was prosperous, but though young in years he was a was that of a and elbo "I did not think yon Intended tO'.come was But Saturday night they waited, and Tony carae all she could say, at length, "and'I'm sorry you ___, the next day, nor the nert At the "end of have, Tony." vision of the Tombs, gray and cruel, rising before him tbe in alarm, Lnisa begged. Josef to ac- TonF raised his brows. "My word's he said. "I can get the money back by that time. She must conipany her to the little flat she had once called Josef pushed forward and placed himself between come! She must ccsse home, but there bad news awaited her. Tony and Tony and the girl, who rubbed nervously on the ring. T CtrkT-rr Teresa had moved away, leaving no address. "Veil, it was only good for a he interrupted. otory. "Ach, exclaimed Josef, significantly, "to-mor- "It is now six. Stc you hear I Six veeks. And so Tony had rushed home to impart the Intel- row Tony he owe me nine dollar rent" and he kept So? But maybe there is some mens in this .tiodd'tog his head while they Istened to the tenant do not understand. Yet I know vhen a nice young rebelled point Wank, but who told-them of the circumstance. Then he turned Lulsa Teresa and Tony carried the day, and the girl was to Luisa. "And you vffl take such a mans for a hus- of the little flat almost before she realized band? Achl No goot! No goot! Vhere is my Ach! Such Alter .his departure, there had beea a, stormy alterca- "1 the nature of her banishment All she knew was was jfolng to a .pawnbroker's house to stay a money. At yoa so much laughed the Dawn- cae .pawn- theoor wlth a Wand He money, now, I should say? Luisa burst into tears, and as she became hysterical the louder grew her weeping. "Don't you cry, now, young said Joaef, trembling and much disquieted at sight pf her suffer- ing. "You dry up your eyes, now, till you find some- Tery fair, dean faced young man, ua- thing .jrorth vhile to. cry. away! Pooh! voomans is not treated right and Josef. Vochnians knows when to be kind to her. Not sol" Luisa nodded. "Get your hat exclaimed Tony, Irritated by the delay. "My time's money." "No, she don't get her hat" said Josef. "And why exclaimed Tony, darkening "There's yo-ar "Veil, I say she don't get her hat Tony, because vc vas married this ;