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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMMlDQf, AHIRTA TUCIOAY, FiPRUARY SE N OW! You cannot aflord to purchase Lumber. Lime, Cement, or any Bunding Materials without first seeing our- stock 1 I! onH our prices. AllU. f __ I 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 ENTEBPWSE LUMBER CO) Operating Yard9-.Lethbridge, Taber, Granum, CUreshoto, Nanton. High River, -Milk River, Bran, Operating iaras 5 Monarch R. RANEY, Manger uthbridge YAra C. R. CARLSON, Secretary aikd General An assortment to suit" any house. Phone 356 Crabb Street MARRIED ShMfinf in Mtoourl 8ttU of to tiftrt. Toseph; Mo., the profcabletfatal shooting of Wm. Smith, a, carpenter, ?over a, comic valentine, a strange domestic en- e Cora- Smith w fired the shot'at Smith, told the police that she married Smith know- her mother w3e. The three had lived together The daughter, years old? sent Smith a comic valentine yesterday. Smith was angry, packed clothing, and started to .leave therhouse. Thinking he was going to desert her thfe daughter-wife shot him.} TO WED A CLERGYMAN. Spokane, Feb. weeks of per- sistent wooing by Kev. George G. Stevens, pastor of a struggling and obscure church in Spokane, won the and Miss Helen Sunday, the young and pretty daughter of the noted evangelist, Billy Sunday, sur- rendered her heart and hand. Com- ing to, Spokane and heart free on Christinas day, Miss Sunday left here yesterday betrothed handsome young minister- It ishinu ed that Mr: Stevens may be selected a hospital here. MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED l VAUDEVILLE.' 2 .Thirsty Money Men 3. Mr, Fuzz, a Legend Will the Angels Let Ms Play CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Prices 16c and 2Bc. (1. The Van jug- gler and equilibrist 2, The Mysterious Erantz Magic 3 The Wonderful Cowles acrobats Seven (7) B.CLINITO COME TO ALBERTA MAY NOT BE LONG UNTIL TELE. PHONE CONNECTS TWO PRO- TRADE. BOARD OF Coleman, Feb. Board of Trade meeting last night was fairly well attended. One new name, T. W. Davis, contractor, was added to the membership roll. Several important items of business were discussed. A communication was received from L. A. Manley, from Victoria, regard. ing the possibility of having tbe Spo- kane Fiver stop at Coleman. En- closed with the letter was a resolu- the matter, which tirg. ed the necessity of having the Spo- kane train stop here. The resolution was adopted by the board, and the secretary was instructed to -forward a copy of it to the C.P.B. officials. Now in stock our of LADiES'GOSTUMES They are simply works o! art and New Net and Silk Waists W. invite inspection leehng we please E. J.HILL CO. Aw W w The next matter to 'be dealt with man, and was the pedlars' tax. There was a enng your feeling that the tax was not large of enough, and pedlars had multiplied. The secretary was instructed to act with a representative of the. Village Council, and endeavor to arrange a conference with other local in the Pass, and have the question dealt the different spheres of .We he had known the president he had found always on-hand to do what he could. Their personal rela- tions were always most cordiaL Mr. Benedict had. tried in toe years he had been here to further the interests of-Coleman, and be regretted exoeed- incly the circumstances that-made n.a removal necessary, calibre were to "be found m the Pass and he had also known him to be a man of high moral character. He had been associated with Mr. Benedict in the Village Council, and found him to be a very efficien't. and attentive. viUage He did his work well, and been no cause for D. Hill seconded the motion eulogistically of the motion was put by Second dent W. L. Ouimette, and carried. Mr. Ouimette spoke highly of ,Mr. Benedict as a business man and a nYan of integrity. Before sitting down he thought there wa8 another-matter that might receive attention, and at this juncture the secretary rose to Ms feet and read the following ad- O W. Benedict, Pres. Board of Trade: We 3-our fellow members, .learn with 'regret that you are leaving Cole- i__AfnM rtf sev_ the pur- with1 in a general way." A .letter was received from Kootenay Telephone Co., who pose extending their line through from Michel to the Alberta boundary. It was decided to have a copy of the letter forwarded to Hon. W. H. Cush. ing. and another copy to be sent to Mr; Marcellus, M.P.P., and to point out to these gentlemen the import- ance of having telephone connection from Coleman to British Columbia points. The last item the board had to deal with the resignation o! the president, O. W. Benedict A com- munication from Mr. Benedict to the effect that through neceaiitf he de- sired to be relieved ol office, was read by the wcretary. A. Cameron that the resignation be me. He was very retaciant In w> so, and refretted the clrcwm- that IWs sUp of paat wlatloaa in of has proven by .your election to the hon- orable position Board of of president of the Trade for a second term. "i iittvic As a furthev mark of our esteem and kindly feeling toward you to accept this, pipe., may be a source of comfort and solace to you on many an evening after the strenuous labor the day. We wish for yourself and Mrs. Bene- PR.OOWLSS The Garbutt Business 'Col- lege, Stafford Block, already has an equipment of 6 type- writers, and will add more as required. The number oi ntudents is also large anc continually growing. Both evening and day sessions are held, regularly. For information apply ai the College Kooms, or write Geo. J. Setonidt. Had Heart Trouble and Shortness of Breath For Six Years. Was and Weif bed Seventy-three Pounds. Now Weighs One Hundred and Thirteen. When yon find your leant bit out of rhythm, your nerves unhinged, your breath abort, don't wait tuntil you pro- strated on a bed of sickness. Take Mil- buru'ff Heittt-JHid Nerve "Pills. They'll put you'll never know you "have a heart, inake your nerves strong and yonr whole being thrill with new hie. Minium's Heart and Nerve Pills cured Mrs. K. E. Bright, Burnley, Out, She waa-greatly troubled, for six years; wiih my Tieart and shortness of breath. 1 vonldnotwalk eighty rods with- out resting four or five times in that short distance. I got so weak and thinl only weighed seventy-three pounds. I decided at last to take some of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and after taking eight boxes I gained ia strength and weight, and weigh one hundred and thirteen pounds, the roost I ever weighed in ray life. -Ifeel well and can work aa well as ever I did, and can heartily thank Milbura's Heart and Nerve Pill" for it all." j Price 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Ca, Limited, Toronto, Ont GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON. Copyright, by DoUd. Mead Company. diet happiness and prosperity wher- ever your lot may be cast, and in- deed, we'are confident that your busi- ness ability, your sterling integrity, and pleasing personality, will win for you hosts of friends in your new home. Signed on behalf of the board, W. L. OtTIMETTE, Second Vice-Pres. HA. PARKS, Secretary. The presentation was made by W. L. Ouimette, who laid the package which contained a meerschaum pipe on the table. Mr. Benedict was completely taken by surprise, and scarcely knew how to express himself. He spoke feel- ingly of past agreeable relations. He had been nearly five years in the town, and had always tried to be loyal to the town's interests. He appreciated what had been said, and anything that had been done by him had been a pleasure. Now he was sorry circumstances had arisen that mad'e it necessary to sever those rela- tions He had decided to ,go to Van- couver, and would be glad to know that the good work the board was en- deavoring to do, and in which it had been his privilege to help, was going on. He hdd at one time been con- nected with a Board of Trade in Grand Forks, B.C., which had at- tained success because they were be- ing continually heard from. He was sorry to leave Coleman, and thanked them heartily for their good wishes for himself and his wife, and for their gift, which he highly appreciat- ed. Mr. and Mrs; Benedict left for the Cowt on Saturday morning. They will carry with them the beat wishes cl their former fellow townspeople. "But this Is a mutter tu which Jant's mother la far more deeply concorntd than; added older man. UkM you, my boy. I know that to true, but we must both abide by her wishes. If abe has not "Jane with her, Mr. Cable, She by tuto time." "She ii Mrs. light footsteps were beard crowing the ball, and an Instant later Banaemer was holding the den door for bar to en- ter. He bad a fleeting gUnpee of Jane as that tali young woman turned down the stairway. Francei Cable's face was white and dra wii. and her eyee were wet. Her husband started forward as extend- ed her band to him.-' He clasped them In-bls own and looked down Into her face with the deepest tenderness and wlstfulnees In his own. Her body swayed suddenly, and bis expression changed to one of surprise and alarm. mind, dear" be said hoarsely. to couie. Sit down, do! There. Good Lord, tf you cry now Hl-I'll go all to smasbr He sat down abruptly on the arm of the big leather chair into wbtcb sbe bad sunk limply. Something seemed co choke him, and bis fingers went nervously to his collar. Before them stood the straight, strong fljrum of the man who was to have Jane forerer. Neither of Janer-knew what Frances Cable had suffered dur- ing the last bcur. She accidentally had beard the words which between the lovers in the den downstairs. Sbe was prepared when Jane came to her with the news later oo, but that prep- aration had cost her more than any of them ever could know. Lying back in a chiUr after sbe bad almost crept to her room, sbe white faced and frightened at the cell- ing until It became peopled with ber wretched thoughts. All along sbe bad seen what was coming. The end was inevitable. Love as It grew for them had known no regard for her misery. Sbe could not bavrj prevented growth; she could not now frustrate its culmination, and yet as sbe sat there and stared iuto the and the future she knew that it was teft for her to drink of the cup which they were Oil- cup of their Joy and of bar bitterness. Fear of exposure at tbe band of Grajrdon Bansemer's father bad kept her purposely blind to tbe Ine-tltabto. Her woman's Intuition long sluce bad cottTtneed her that Gray don wsa tot bU father. Sbe knew UUn to be fair Bansemer's ticsitja in pennltOBf his son to go .to- the extreme potot In.' relation with Jaue. sat there and suffered it citme to her that the man perhaps had a purpose after an unfathomable, selfish design which none could forestall. She knew biro for, air that he was. In that knowledge sbe fell a slight, timid sense of power. He for honor eo far as bis son "waa concerned. In fair pity sbe could ex- pose bJm If be souffljtrto expose ber. But all conjecturci, all feara, intoriDiigniflcance with tbe one. great wbat would James Baneetner. do in the end? What wculd be do at the last minute to prevent the mar-: rlage of his son and this child of un- known parentage? Wbat was to be his tribute to tbe final scene In the drama? Sbe knew that lie was tightening hii- obnoxious colls about her all tbe time, Even now sbe conld feel bis hand upon her arm, could bear, his sibilant whli- per. Now she found herself face w face with; tbe crisis of all -these yeam. Her only hope lay in the thougbt tbjat, neither -could afford the scandal of open declaration: Bansemer was mef- cUess, and be was po fool Knowing Graydoa to be the soa of scoundrel, she could under. ordinary have forbidden her to marry- him. In tkto Jn- stance sbe could not say blm nay. venom of James Bansemer to event would have no measure of pity. In ber heart 'prayed death migbt come to ber. aid. tton of James Bansemer. It not until sbe beard Graydon- cotning op the stairs that tbe solution flasbed into ber brain; If Jane becamt tbe wife of this cherisbed son Jamea power was gone! would be sealed forever. .She to the frpnEy of laugfaed to think what a f ooT bare been to forbid tbe Her Mlvatlon! .Jane iher almost hysterical, tremWtaf a leaf. Sbe was obliged to that abe bad beard part of tkclr bsiow In order-to aecouit fw her davwr. Whon Jane conMsd Mf had prostttoed 4 itmyiNI torn tke etken by U thy U4 her basil kta hjt toM Art ttf Istt ro Ktrn, Ihe what hb Biothtr (voted np at ber hwhaM, m ie (To Be Contimied.) ;