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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHtftlMf, ALTA., SATtiaOAV, JANUARY M, M Cable -By... GEORGE BARF McCUTCHEON, "Beverly Etc. BY DODD, MJ5AD CHAPTER I. T was a bright, clear after- noon In the late fall that pretty Miss Cable drore up In her trap and waited at the curb for her father to come forth from bis of- ;one of Chicago's tallest build- crisp, caressing that the street from tbe lake pat, ik into her smo'jfh cheeks, but it disturb the brown hair that her bead. Well groomed and sat straight acd sure upon her gloved hand grasping the reins firmly and confidently, stable looked neither to right nor but at the tips of her thorough- ears. Slender and tall and very cratic she appeared, her profile visible to the passersby. a very few moments' waiting ier trap the smart young woman une impatient A severe little ser settled upon her brow, and not, but many times, her eyes turned le broad entrance across the side- She had telephoned to her fa- pit earlier In the afternoon, and he faithfully to be ready at Tjcloct for a spin up the drive behind tjtan. At three minutes past 4 the cker made its first appearance, and T, several minutes later, it was quite ftressing. Never before bad he kept waiting like this. She was con- ious of tbe fact that at least a hnn- d men had stared at her In the long- it ten minutes .she had ever known, -'rom the bottom of-a very hot heart beginning to resent this scnir Iny when a tall young fellow swung iirbund a nearby corner and came up a smile so fnll of delight that the xinty pucker left her brow as the ihadow flees from the sunshine. His iat was off and poised gallantly above jis head, his right hand reaching up.to clasp the warm little tan one out- Stretched to meet it. knew It was you long before T saw said he warmly. "Truly? How she re- poiided, with equal warmth. "Some- ling psychic in the atmosphere to- he said, reluctantly releas- her hand. "I can't see through ABOUT.. DAD'S SM "J knew it wot you long ore these huge you know. It's Impossible to look over their tops. 1 pimply knew you were here, that's all." "You're romantic, even though you are a bit silly." she cried gayly. "Pray, how could you "Simplest in the world. told roe he had PPHI von and that yon seemed to be In n great rage. He dared to venture iuro your presence, and that's why I'm here." "What a hopelessly commonplace ex- Why did yon not leave to think that there WSP really some- thing peychlc about It? Lojiic is discouraging to one's conceit I'm in a very disagreeable humor today." she said. In fine despair. don't believe he disputed grji- cionsly. "But I am." she insisted, smiling brightly. His heart was leaping high- go high that It filled his eyes. "Every- thing has gone wrong with me today. It's pretty trying to have to wait in -front-of a big office building for fifteen minutes. Every iustant I expect a no- "liceman to come up and order me to j move on. Don't they arrest people for 1 blocking tbe "Yes and put them In awful, rat dungeons over In Dearborn arcane. Poor Mr. Cable, he should be made to suffer severely for bis wretch- ed conduct Tbe idea of'- "Don't you dare to say anything mean about she warned. "Bat he's tbe cause of all the trouble. He's never done anything to make yon happy "Stop! 1 take it all back. Via a perfectly adorable humor. It was dreadfully mean of me to be half an- gry with him, wasn't It? He's in there Sw working his dear old brain to ptec-a, and I'm out here with no brain at saW ruefully. To tht Ingenuous youtb such an ap- peal to his gallantry was well rugb j inwrittlble, and for a moment it seem- l ed as if he would to tbe tempta- tion to essay a briilinnt contradiction but hi. wits came to rescue for realizing that not only were frowning rocks of offense to be but likewise the danger of nonndtrlng helplessly about In tbe in- vitinf qcicksands of Inanity, he pre .erri riUmce, wise young man tha ,nd trusted to his eyes to ex- eloquent refutation. At last. r .omething Kcmed to occur to bin. A imlle broke on bis face. had a stupid time last night, be banrikd. ly tt the corners. "Did he toll "No; I have neither nor hetrd from any one present" opened her eyes wide now. "WeU, Mr. S. Holmes, who "That Imbecile, Medford." Miss Cubic sat up very straight In the trmp. Her little chin went op in the air. She even went so far u to make a pretense of curbing the iinpn- tience of her horse. "Mr. Medford was roost entertaining. He was the life of the she re- turned somewhat severely. "He's a professional." "An she cried incredolouslj. "No; a professional diner out Wasn't that rich yotmp Jackson yes. But do tell me bow jon knew." The girl was softening a lit- tle, her curiosity aroused. "Ot-course I he boyishly, at ouce pleased with himself and bis sympathetic audience. "About 550 I vhappened to be hi the clnb. Medford was there and, as usual, catering to Jackson, when the latter was called to the pkone. Naturally I put two and two together." He paused to more thoroughly enjoy the look of utter mys- tification that hovered on the girl's countenance. !t was very apparent that this method of deduction through addition was unsatisfying. "What Jackson said to Bedford on his re- the young man .continued, "I did not but from the expression on the listener's face I could have wag- ered that aa Invitation had been ex- tended and accepted. Oh, .we boys have got it down fine. Garrison "And who is Garrison T "Garrison is tbe bead door man at the alive to oar responsibilities as well wo believe, can be .best accomplished by a general.. expression of views, and the chief--object in giving the .V EVERYBODY MUST VACCINATS New Orleans; Jan. of the. most sweeping decrees to enforce a' sanitary precaution tver issued, ha.s boen injidc by President Caberra of Guatemala. .It. according to those arriving here -from, that that every person in the Republic be The Canadian Real Estate and fldjustment CD, HEAD BLOCK P.O. Box 387 Alta. E. T. McGREGOK, MAXAGJEE _ We Boy and Sell Farm Lands and City Property We Write Fire and Acci- dent lasBrance; and Collect Money in any part of the World GIVE US A CALL WHEN W fcETHBRIDGE erection of small homes, today there are many world. He was Indeed young, for bnu yet to learn that not to disillusion the girl, but to conform as much as possible to her Sdeals, was the sorest way to win her favor, and his vanity surely would have received a blow had not David Cable at that moment come out of tuft doorway across... the aide- walk, pausing for a moment to con- verse with the innu >vbo accompanied him. The girl's face lighted with pleasure and relief, but the young man regarding uneasily the countenance of the general manager of tbe Pacific, Lakes and Atlantic Railroad company, saw (bat he was tired and drawn. It was hot the keen, alert ex- pression that had been the admiration of every one: something vital seemed to be missing, although he could not have told what if was. A flame seemed to have died, somewhere in his face, leaving behind a faint suggestion "of ashes, and through uie young aaan't bruin there flashed the remark of bto fair companion: "He's in there now, working his dear old braiivto 1Tm sorry to have kept you wait- ing, said Cable, crowing to tbe curb. "Hello, Grnydou! Howareyomr His voice was sharp, crisp and louder than the occasion seemed to demand, but It was natural with him. leara of liff iu an engine cab do not eerre to mellow tbe tone of the human voice, and the habit loo strong to be orer- come. There no polish to the tones ihey issued from DarM Ga- lipa. He spoke wlth mort regard for the Bnf- lish, but it wns because he tad neglected it It was cbartcttrtftfe the man to do a thing as nearly right as be knew how in the beglnnlflf to do it the way nntll a method presented Bt I am not trying to discourage the In.this city cosy little abodes that are an adornment to. the streets upon" which they are located. These cottages are surrounded by nice lawns -and trees and evidence is given that the owners are artistic and de- sire their residences to look as well as their surroundings, at any rate, as the more expensive places. Nothing improves the appearance of a. resi- dence more than paint and yet today in this city there'are scores of homes that know not .the pi-esence of paint. Why should this be? Even the farm- er, the progressive'..one at. any rate, paints his barn. Jt would appear that we have in this city some peo- ple who do not give a rip whether the city looks decent or not. The city council might place a provision in the building bylaw that a person, in or- der to secure a Permit to build must! jruarantee to paint the structure. Aid. Hatch has an eye for the beau- tiful and I would the tip that he can make himself strong it-he starts out at once with a tree plant- ing campaign in the council. Pester tho other aldermen, if need be, to death, make sure that on every street in this city this year trees will oe planted. Then in a very few years we will have streets that will adver-; tise us more than anything else as a, city of beauty and "a joy forever." Now is the time to start. Don't dilly dally until the summer in paaeed .Tust here the thought strikes me ag- ain that what we need this mo- ment is an horticultural organization of citizens anxious to improve the city who will make the council sit up and take notice along tbe lines of the tefcutiflcat.ion of our, city. WHAT IS LAND WORTH In Washington, IMPROVED FRUIT LAND brings from to par acre. We sell better lands unimproved at to per acre, according to location. You can make a good living and pay for the planting-and cultivating of your orchard, by growing garden truck between the trees. OR You can haVfe your land improved to six-year old fruit bearing or- chard, for to per acre. We have experienced prchardists to do work and charge per acre for same, which includes clearing, cultivating, supplying and -planting two-year old trees (your selection) and the subsequent care of same for four years. Do these prices appear high to you? An Apple Orchard in full bearing, yields from 500 to boxes per acre, and nets the grower from to per box, hence if fruit land wili yield a profit of even per acre, that profit is equal to ten per cent, on or ONE HUN- DRED AND SIXTY PER CENT, on the actual cost price. How many of the best farms in other countries are netting the own- ers profits annually on the price tKey actually paid for the land? We invite comparisons. Do a little figuring for yourself. The climate of THE ARROW LAKE DISTRICT is admirably adapted to the growth of vegetation. win- ,ters are so short and mild, that semi- fruits, figs for example, can be successfully grown. The soils of this -valley are a com- bination of volcanic ash, sand from the disintegration of igneous rocks, silt from old lake beds, and humus from the decay of vegetation. They comprise ail the elements necessary to plant life, being from two to three hundred feet in depth, and are of inexhaustible fertility. says the New York Wall Street Journal, "are stubborn things and Jthey won't down." .British Co- lumbia possesses lumber resources, greater than all the states of the Union, East of the Rocky Mountains. British Columbia is moreover now recognized as the orchard of the Em- pire. .It has the soil, the climate and it'wiil have the people. NOTE Our ...contracts provide for twelve months in which to fiqaliy se- lect your land. We improve your property, if you wish it. Buy your home now while prices are low. They will never be lower and will certainly be higher in a very short time. We do not claim to have the only Fruit Lands in British Columbia, but what we wish to explain, That our lands were personally se- lected by two old residents of the country, who understood conditions necessary for .profitable fruit .culture, and who were at the same time fa- miliar with the climate and soil con- ditions of the country. That, at the same time our .lands were selected they had practically the choice of the country. That our lands were chosen for the purpose of fruit-growing, and was in their opinion, the best obtainable. That due consideration was given to sections requiring irrigation and those said not to require it.. That our lands were view to irrigation, should it be found necessary, and can be irrigated at" a very small expense. That since that time it has been satisfactorily demonstrated that ir- rigation is not required. .That transportation facilities and conveniencesto market were not over- looked. That the choosing of land in small isolated tracts where schools and churches could not be maintained, was carefully avoided. That we believe, there are no .bet- ter fruit lands in British Columbia, than we are offering, at the present market price. We are .not selling on COMMIS- SION. We own our lands and are interested in satisfying our customers. Write us for full particulars and literature. TV ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ;