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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBUIDGE HERALD SPECIAL PUBLICITY NUMBER JANE CABLE GEORGE EARR Copyright. tie by Company provertrtai flsb out or water. "Becmise I thought couldn't find any other replied i Bansetuer confusedly. The unexpected arrival of his son and party had disturbed his usual cool- waiii. i tauvv ness, but with order for supper his VQU fenow.. your fattif "Oh. that's a charac- ter? He's been with the governor since I was a child. In those days looks used to frighten almost to death. fancy tie's had a sad life. Memd after all. and Rigby was best frieniil Harbert was ia Chicago to to act first! This thought shot into the man's brain like burning metal. It set every nerve afire. His Neuiesis had already begun bis work. Before he 3eft the Cable home that niicht he would be asking his host and hostess what they knew of one James Bansemer's past. fci nseiner arose to say good night the others Harbert's eyes met hii with deadly directness. "Where are your offices, Mr. Banse- oier'j" asked the New YoVker. There was something significant in the ques- tion. "Mr. Itigby ami I have offices if the same building." be replied. "Will you cocue in and see "I shall try." said the other. .To have saved Jtiis life Bansemer could not meet David Cable's question- ing: eyes as he shook hands with hini Cable's hands were like ice. Outside the house, in the whirling gale, tbe tall lawyer breathed easier, but not securely. Elis brain was clog- jed with doubts, fears, whirling like mad around the ominous figure, of Denis Harbert. Suddenly he. stopped stockstilL the bitter. scowl deepening in his eyes. With an oatb he turned abruptly and hurried in the opposite direction. The time bad come to make ready for bat- tle. A few minutes later, he was writ- ing tlis nets which crested so zsuch commotion in the home of Elias Droom. THEMOLSONS6AHK "7" CHAPTER XIII. I T was not until tbe hurry- ing Bansemer entered the j door of Rector's that the j apprehension of having j committed a senseless I blunder came to "him. I heavensr he mattered, stop- ping short "What a fool I'm getting to old Elias, in a place like this I The theater ta town will be here by 111 Curse me, for a hopeless ass! I must get him away at Grumbling at himself, he passed into the restaurant. Gabe offered him the choice of various tables. He selected one which.commanded a view of the entrances and ordered a perfunctory Nervous aod anxious, he vis more troubled than he cared to admit, even to himself. Fortunately were not many, people in.jhe and his gaze wandering" 'about the place soon halted before the small alcove In tbe east end'containing a table .with wuze "glasses, in waiting, set for ?..large party. The back j "fJumpli! f fznoif every street in- equilibrium returned, and he went on to explain: "1 supposed- you knew oaly two streets in and South Wa- ter." "Humph! I know every street ia town." Droorn resented, drawing him- self up ID his chair, and then bluntly. "What's "Not so loud! Harbert's here, "Oho! "In Chicago, talk abocc it The present genial environment and convivial atmosphere were. producing a most inspiriting effect oa the lawyer. The delightful consciousness that the people with whom his son was supping were of the smartest set in town for the moment bad banished all fears of exposure. From time to time he glanc-ed proudly across to the alcove table where the men were engaged in unfolding tbeir napkins and toying with their glasses, in lively anticipa- tion of the eojoyicent to come; while the women, with rbe hope of eliciting admiration for tbeir hands and the sparkle of their rings, .were taking off their gloves and spreading out their fingers on the tablecloth. "Graydon seems to be right ia the swim, eh, lie said. The irony j of it aJl appealed stroagly-to bis sense of humor. "I don't suppose you know those he added patronizingly. Droom was listening intently to the bursts of merriment which were en- livening the restaurant IJke a small boy at a circus who fears that some- thing will happen that he will not see. he was continually turning his head and letting his eyes travel critically over tbfr company at the neighboring rable. At this speech of Bansemer's the j eyes of the old clerk returned. They I expressed DO little resentment at tne j inference, j "Certainly I do." and. leaning over i the table and covertly indicating with j j his long, bony finger the man at the I head of the table, be answered suc- cinctly, "That's Femmore: "Tbere is something positively aw. fa! in his face." returned the girl her eyes ftiUrreu and dropped to herj plate on unexpectedly meeting those i of the subject of ber remark. j came from Medford. and: then. -'Come. tbe or tbe moral, as they say in "Fernmore is a rattling good cbap at heart." Graydon was saying to! Jane, "but can't stand that "Yes. yes; go on, Mr. Fernaiore." broke in several voices in eager er- pectancy. "Tbe Billy's eyes were twinkling. "The joke, rather, is on me. When Mrs, Fernmore reached} home 1 thought it wise to say nothing j about the affair, but I had completely j underestimated tbe persistency of i these rejuvenated venerables. Tbey j were not tc know more about the girls, and tbe next day in deep but joyous simplicity half a j 4 dozen old men asked their married i _ j daughters and close friends at ths I clubs what family of Brown a certain j debutante belonged to, who was the j father of Miss Jones and bow long i had tbe family of Miss Robinson lived j in tbe city, together with a lot of amaz- j ing questions. And failing to derive' even the remotest satisfaction from j the social register, the woman mem-. bers of .their families besieged my in-! nocent wife with more or less shocked j inquiries as to an entertainment of j mice at wbich their aged relations j were present. Well, the game was up! j 1 owned to the girls being actresses and begged for mercy." j "And I forgave him." supplemented i Mrs. Feramore smilingly. "Boys will! 1 be boys." whistled Billy, in concin-j sion- "It was no end of a lark! I would not bare missed it for the world; bat rhe old chaps will never, never forgive me." As tfae gentleman finished. Bansemer was looking at Droom with amuse-' meat, i'be oid clerk was shaking his head in a manner that signified approval. "How s that for doings in swagger society, eh. Droom? If any one but: Billy Kenimore bad done that be would have been ostracized forever. .Nothing like "I don't believe true aristocrats would do that" interrupted Droom i half angrily. "These are the aristocrats; the others hare lost the name-forgotten. Come, let's go over i yonder. We can talk there." Bansemer called for tbe bill and set tied it: then, slowly rising, tioosly waved bis adieus to the alcgjfe and deserted the scene for Chfcgin land. Mr. Go.bell has been residing! in Raymond for about n year and he went to England in the fall, where he was married. Mr. Dick Rob. who bas been break- ing horses for Ray Knight, broke his foot yesterday. He was taken to on the train last eveninjr and will be put in the hospital. Miss Ethel Lee of Taber, is over for the errand prize dance, and is visitintr relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams, who left Raymond last month for- Vancou- ver. B. C.. returned here today. The Raymond Youns: People's So- ciety of the Presbyterian Church held a missionary meeting last evening. The subject discussed was "Mission- ary work in China." Mr. Revilie. the president of the society, had hand ed in his r-esitrnation two weeks ago. A new president was elected last ev- Mr. Alvin Amos was unani- mously elected. The next meeting will be the spiritual evening, Rev.. J. .T. Cameron and Mr. James Bavies, "Bronchitis" Is iwolt of oold cauted by to inclamoiit weather. tad is wry dtafwou tioo of the bronchial tnbw.' Thf Symptom A1F9 tightness acrow chtit, sharp ptins a difficulty in breathing, and i, Mention of thick phU-ym, first bat UUr of greenish or yellowish color. Bronchitis is one of raout general of Consumption. it by the uo of Dr. Wood't Norway Syrup. Mrs. D. D. Millw, Ot.t., wntea My huabaiMl got a bottle- of I Jr. Wood's Norway Pioe Syrup for mv lutlo girl who had Bronchitis, She HO Udly you could hear her froni.ono rmmi 10 the other, but it waa not lung until oould the effect your medicine That wai Iwt winter when we lived iu Toronto. She had a bad oold this winter, om in- of getting another bottle of C. G. ORLANDER'S COTTAGES IN THE NORTH WARD having charge of the Roy Bullock, of Taber, niond today on business. Thomas Irving, postmaster of 3Jin- j ot. is in town on today. He I will return on tonight's tram The Ladies Aid Society -of th-j Pres byteriau Church plannino- to made receipt which I got from u neighU.r hut found that her oold kaled i wica as long. Mv hnnband highly praises l >r. and he thai a. botclu of it is slwayi kept in the house." It is put up in m yellow wrapper, thret pi no trees the trade mark, the price 'rest If Bar honored, by the presence of a 'beyy OL j bert doesn't get in bis ua'sry work the season's prettiest debutantes. My I ibe'll give in like sill the H f J vu I I 9 I I WliTj mast let Mrs. Cable She if yonr Sacramento, Cal., Feb. the rules, such commissioai inyolv- ing the expenditure of public money. The Premier the Domin- ion and not the Legislature should appoint, .such commission which not only was for the benefit of Bri- tish of Alberta: general -bve wav signal. I tell yoo, Mr. Senate this afternoon, by a vote .of -U-MT _ to .7.. passed a resolution favor- ing the exclusion of all Asiatics from the United States; Several senators expressed surprise when the Asiatic immigration question. was up. brought speaker reserved decision. for the last couple of on ac- count ol sickner.s, but hope to see him about at the old Stand again be- fore many' days. G-- Tatbot isj having a house on" 'Mr. place and ex-: pects .to ;liye :there 'ani send his daugh early evening became transformed into one of bustle and excitement- by the eager, animated throng. With dismay Bansemer .noticed that those to whom his attention had been attracted were blocking his way to the doors. Es- a wonder when he's up-'' Medford's whispered aside t; the lady on his right met with a siuv pie nod of the head; for. despite Miss, Clejrg's well feigned interest in M: Medford when, Rigby was. present or. cape was out of the question. Reluc- other occasions there was uo pretense taritly he returned to his seat Zuid or- of enjoyment of his society. dered the clerk- to take the one op- i those to use tlw posite him. Then wanning the party j comet said Billy, after making its passage to tbe alcove he ine refreshed himself wit perceived three or four men whom he to his surprise and bis son. The recogni- tion -was mutual. Graydon making his way around a small table in order to- affectionately greet him. As he ap- proacfced his eyes fastened themselves on .his father's companion. With amazement be recognized the queer figure of the linky. gangling Droom; but; -too kind" hearted and well bred to -allow- his features in the slightest de- to express the astonishment which he felt nt'Right of sacb comic Incon- r.-i'riry. the youiip man Toked a few 'irirlly to the old inan, while table Iu tbe alcoTe vhere MM little parry fleating MJw Cable WM smiling flier recognition to her fwetfre fatlMr-in-Iaw; then Oraydoo hfe way back to .Its sett by tor mg refreshed himself with sufficient champagne to proceed, "were two re- tired merchants, a venerable logician, a doddering banker and-a half blind college "professor. Of conrse I had to make some excuse for Mrs. absence. For the life of me 1 cannot now remember what yam I told them, but tjjey were too anxkras to be to the gay young women not "i thought you said you'd do noth I ing to mar the happiness of j Droom. j "L don't intend to. you old fool. -This j affair is between Mrs. Cable and me. j If she. wins. Fli give up But under- ttand me, I'm perfectly cnpable of j knowing Just when I'm beaten." j "I only know your financial I taid Elias dryly. j "That's all vourre expected to know, j "Then we won't quarrel It" i said the other, with his sweetest grin. "Umph! Well, pleasantries aside, we must look ourselves over carefully be- fore we see pur New York friend. He roust not find OB-with unclean linen. Elias, I'm worried. I'll confess, but i'o. not anything that we have "I have always been afraid of tlxt chorus girl "business. I don't like chorus Bansemer at anothei serve to swallow The old time would have groiled fairly swamped the with their senile attentions. It wta n. lively tup. per word I And they went It was past midnight when the two left the stall and started in separate ways for tbeir north side homes. TV, home unanimonely declartaf that master felt more secure than when he debutantes of the -prewait day wt th< home of Darid Cable earllei counted, at least in dart and go. j jn the night Droom wild cbarmen of fifty years i partinit: i "I don't your attitude toward Mrs. C. It'i not very roraly to war on a woman." "My food Ellas." BanaeiMr, ebmplactiitij rarreyinf blnoMlf to UM MMll mlmr.icroM atall, "til mra nake war on women way tthfT." (Tollt the confnaion of peals merrtuMot. which. fenial raconteur, WM to whom tto story dM not wpcclally appetl, pered In awed tones: "Graydoo, who on earth la thai spectacular looking sisa "I always Mopney's Perfection Cream Sodas witH Welsh Rarebity Creamed Oysters, and most everything I make in the chafing dish. I can always depend on Mopney's Biscuii being fresh and crisp, And they taste so tj ter to fewvile Mrj'Tweet is the- carpenter work. Mr. John home again He has been, in the iiospital in Leth- bridee for some He came out with Mrl White: jbri- Jhe stage; ori last Fridf -T the Master Arthur Jfhnson is on the -John ReynpMIs- and Mr; Sina- Stephens "were" ovey Clinor to at- tend A dance this yeek. removed to Mr; lace and will livt Hev. Wright h John Johnspn's there this summer 3Vtr. John Wol Harry Haney Bruce Beagle's bouffht a srrain i bought i team DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon- Office hours-r-9 to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8. p m Phone Office 125. House 94. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Stafford'Block Teaches the touch. syBteni of typewriting. 25 atti- ienta were enrolled during tlie first month this school held its sessions here. Ex- pert instruction in busi- ness subjects and short- hand -Both evening and; Call1 or write or; particulars to Geo. J. Schmidt. Prin, British ft Pfiotograptiic Co, -Xue Wilson and tended the sale at place. Mr. Wold ik and Lue Wilson horses. THI MOOMtV BWCIMT CAHOV CO. PAPER TO PAY Edmonton; FA. libel case of M. A. of Wainwright, vs. Chronicle Publfthing Co., of 'Shrath- cona, was heawd in the su-premrf court this moving before Mr. Justice Stuart. Tha'hearing occupied the "en- tire forenoon, resulting in judgment for aMd costs being given against the Chnfmicle. The Action arose out of certain statements published in the Chron- icle Before the recent Dominion elec- tionjin which-the plaintiff was charg- i ed j'jFith beinff a certain notorious I cky Harpell, who ,was accused: of box stuffing in connection with tbe Ontario elections some time ago, FAMOUS FRENCH ARTIST Paris, "Feb. Cochiere, better, known under 'his pen of IHene, the iambus comic artist TBfTtoonkt, died today in 'this Niiin ii loons 1 Are jou having Photographic troubles? Call and will help you. Our technical staff is always at roof serrice, and question will be cheerfnUy an- swered ADVICE ORATIft Amateur speciclly TROUBLE is notin our Vocabulary and Fin-, done for MMttiri. All 3 H ;