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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA, TMUHstoAY, PtftAUAIrV II, NOW! SEE m I You cannot afford to purchase Lumber, Lime, Cement, or any Building Materials without first seeing our stock and securing our prices. While a new Company in this vicinity, its Officers and Managers have had years of experience in both Retail and Wholesale Lumber Business. No Order too large or too small to receive prompt and careful attention. (SUCCESSORS TO ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO.) Operating Taber, Granum, Claresholm, Nanton, High River, Milk River, Brant Monarch C. R. CARLSON, Secretary and General Manager H. RANEY, MWS er UlhbriJgc Yard WHAT IS LAND WORTH In Washington, IMPROVED FRUIT LAND bringi from fSOO to per acre. We sell betttr lands unimproved at to per mcrt, according to location. You can make a food living and pay for the planting end cultivating of your orchard, by growing garden truck between the- OR You can your land improved to a six-year old fruit bearing or- chard, for to per acre. We have experienced orcharditts to do thif work and charge per acre for same, which includes cultivating, supplying and planting two-year old trees (your Mlectlon) and the subsequent of same for four years.-; Do those prices appear high to yout An Apple Orchard in full bearing, yiildi from 600 to boxes per and the grower from to 12.01 por henco If fruit land III yield a profit of tvtn. iSOTOO acre, that profit is tqual to ton por cent on or ONE HUN- DRED AND SIXTY PER CENT, on 100, actual cost price. r How many of the In other countries are netting, the profits annually en the tKoy actually, paid for tholandt comparisons. e little figuring for yourself. Tht cltmate of THE ARROW LAKI DISTRICT is admirably adapted to the growth of vegetation. The ters are so short and mild, that aeml- tropieal fruits, figs for example, can be successfully grown. The of this valley are com- bination of volcanic ash, sand from the disintegration of Igneous from old lake beds, and humus from the decay of vegetation. Thoy comprise all ..the necessary to plant life, being ;from two to throo hundred feet in depth, and are of inexhaustible fertility. the New York Wall Street Journal, stubborn and they won't down." .British Co- lumbia possesses lumber greater than all the of tho Union, East of the Rocky British Columbia is moreover now recognized tho orchard of tho Em. pire, Jt the soil, the climate and it will have the people. NOTE. Our contracts provide for twelve months in which to finally loci your land. We improve your property, If you ..wish "it; V Buy your homo now while are They- will never be lowor and will certainly higher In o "very short time. We do not claim to hove tho" only Fruit In British Columbia, but what we wish to explain, That our wore penenelly se- lected by old residents of tho country, who understood conditions necessary for profitable fruit culture, and who wore at the same fa miliar with the climate and soil con- of the country. That, at the same time our were selected they had practically tha choice of the country. That our were chosen for tho purpose of fruit-growing, and was In their opinion, the best obtainable. That due consideration given to sections requiring Irrigation and those said not to require It That our lands wore choHfi with a view to Irrigation, should it bo found, and can be irrigated at .a very small expense. That sines that timo it boon satisfactorily demonstrated that Ir. rigation not required. That transportation faclKtioo and market wore not looked. That tho choosing of land in small isolated where ochoola and churches could not be maintained, carefully avoided. That we believe, no bet- tor fruit lands In British Columbia, -than are offering at tho prooont market prico. Wo are not soiling on COMMIS- SION. Wo own our lands and aro interacted in satisfying our ua for full and) literature. JANE GABLE GEOftGE BAKU HcCUTCIEON. Anther ef "loverly GnjHtorfc." Cfe. ISM. by Oodd. Mead Company. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA THE IETHBKIDGE IffiRALT) JOB WORK IS THE BEST Or v ,_ "I have been looking forward with pleasure to this opportunity, Mr. Ban- she said la a courteously acid- ulated way- "Tt has been so long- coming." "Better late than he returned, with .marked emphasia. Fortunately for her. the challenging1 significance of Us words was quickly nullified by the smile-with which she wan almost in- stantly "favored. "Twenty yean, certainly came .very near be- ing he went on, abruptly changing from harsh to the sweetest of tones. "No one conld beUeve that you simply and added pointedly, "But your daughter it more to posolbJo, than mother." Apparently tbe Innuendo pasted on- noticed. In reality, It nqalnd ail her courage to appear calm. "How very nice of softly. And looking; him full In tbe face, "Her mother thanks yoa for the complimentIr It was t brave little speech. Snch bravery would have softened nan of anotbet mold-changed hto purpose. Not so with Bsntemer. A sinister gleam came Into his eyes, and hto at- tack became non brutally direct "But the be never mis- trattodr The blow told, though her reply was given with rippling Ungtter and for the benefit of any chance "For shame, Mr. BaaoeowrP the cried lightly. "After tattering me to delightfully you're tonty not gotaf to tpoU It alir Despite hto growing annoyance, ad- miration shone'clearly from inert Hk carried him beck twenty yean to the scene In hto Was ft possible, he was thinking, that the charming woman before him ezerctotog to cleverly all the tut of society, as If born to tbe purple, and the light hearted, frlToloaa little wtfe of Cetttrsft enflnotr wore one and parson? The metamorphosisteemed hKrcdlMe. Unwittingly htasunnor tost of Ht tflsYsssJvoneea, ani the wectan, per- celvtoc the attend conditions, quick to take advantage, rosolvod to learn if pooaibk hto Intantfent. Prooomtly, fs> lag right to the potot the tsked; "It that extnoTotojiy letktaf crea- ton yoa bad to yetr ossee ttfU ir. Baaee-err trtevtftoiryr Be hxghod Be to ctrtotaly thtt aa4 supply us witn an "mijective that ade- quately describes the The people nearest to them by thla time bad moved away par! of the large drawing room. Practically the couple were byTthemselves. She had been thinking for a moment, rea with a wcman'a logic thatjt waa always well to know one's enemy. When the next spoke it was almost In a whisper. "How much that horrible man know T "He Is .not supposed to know any- with an enigmatical smile, promptly admitted, "However, I'm-afraid that he does." "You have told him? And yet yon promised nobody should know. How "My dear' Mrs! Cable, be .not told. If he has found oat I coald not prevent" bis discovering the tmth through nig own efforts." he Interrupt- ed in a tone more assuaging than con- vincing to' her. ami then, bitching bis chair closer and lowering hi? a note; tor pa had to be taken out But you lauat-'not worry about biro. Ton can-depend oo from the adorable Jane; the other, long tlnce conscious of tlie splendid beaaty of nit daughter, mentally declaring that the never had appeared to well at When standing beside tofc gallant jf- Other guests arrived before Mrs, Ga- ble made her appearance to the dnwv ing1 room. Sbe had taken more time than otaal with her toilet It waa jMteJbfc for her to hide the fact that tise strain was telling on her percepti- bly. The face that looked back into her eyes from the mirror on her dreas- taf table was not warm one that had needed so little care a tew short months before. There wat a heaviness about the eyes, and then wen strange, persistent lines gather- Jng nder the soft white of her' skin. But wnen she at hut stepped Into the pretence of her gnetta, with ample apologies for her tardiness, the wat the picture of life and nerve. So mnch for the excellent resources of her will Banaomer was the last- to present himself for her welcome, lingering tt the background until the othen had me'that yon wiU make him am so fearful of that she broke off abruptly." Her-fears were proving too much for her, and she was la. imminent danger of a complete breakdown. All the veneer with which she bad bravely commenced'tbe Inter- view had disappeared. jBansemer endeavored to soothe her wltU promises, bat the poor woman saw only his teeth ,ln the 'reassuring smile that be presented to her, togeth? er wjtb tbe warnings that they wen likely to be obswrred. With 'the hard est kind of on effort sbe succeeded In polling herself together sufficiently to bid good night to her hostess. When Mrs. Cable reached home thtt night it was' with- a full reallttttos) that Irrevocably committed Into tbe cnstodj of these cold" Wooded men. They, sset again and atjtto .it tbe bones'of luUtosi'fHvtius.-and tbe had] come to loathe tbe presenn of bto fans! when tt eJttped hen. One night be held her band and firmly In hto, and white tiie'sprnnk helplessly before klsa be even tenderly asked wby sbe had net invited him into her hone. It ww watt the had expected tad fetnt. Her cup of bitterness wit UUng Wly-too rapidly. Hh) invitation a fortnight itter followed, Jaae Otbie radiant at the en- tered room shortly after the arrival tbe two Baosossei quite a fmtally partf. Hew Mid to Oraydon, wKb t hi the iUncOei of Jamet BusMtMr tad Dtvhi ChMe, who tteo4 cenvomng tofttber, and wHMnwhif htr toft, white tuiad which bntf pot fwtb to aeer ito Is fiktitlj i "irj too goal to be tbe wwt to a happy 'Tm to coold It- deed, it's a pleasure She spoke dearly and distinctly as she extend- ed her hand, but as sbe looked ly Into his eyes she thought him the ugliest man she ever had seen. Every other woman in the "party was saying to herself that James Bantemer wat ttrikingly handsome. "Most pleasure, come late In life to some of be returned gallantly, and even Graydon Bansemer wished that he could have said it "Tour father is it perfect Jtne said to him "it wat not wbti be said jost then that pleased me, net what he left unsaid." "Father's no o ttoadtly that he waj torprtoii, -1 will father, Mr. etfd "if K to ftsinntoat be pettJHj he to atot ta4 tmwt ttotber. It that I tbtolc it be, oh, dneoVmay never to kftown to tbtok, Mtot of we wto bftvv knows fathof BMf ;