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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfTHIBIOai, MONDAY, MARCH II, IW. T. of LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT x JANE GABLE GEORGE MeCUTCiXOW, Clc. IMC, by Dodd, Company, truth. It will sound just as well In couii air. Rigfoy." 'J.iae, Jane." Mrs: Cable was mur- muring, "1 might Lave saved you all this, bat I I couldn't pay the price." You snake." groaned Cable, weak hoarse with rage; "Jane, he has Ued! There is not a word of truth In what he says. I swear it to you." "Ho, ho. By heaven, she hasn't told you, after cried Banseraer. "You still think she is exclaimed Graydon, stand- ng straight before the other. David Cable had dropped limply Into a chair, lis hand to his heart won't stand >y and hear yon any longer. Take >ack what you've said about her or I'll forget that yoa are my father exclaimed Bansemer, 'ailing back, his expression changing ike a flash. The smile of triumph eft his face, aud his lip twitched. 'You forget ;im doing this for Tonr sake. My God, boy. you don't nn- derstand. Don't turn from me to hem. They ha That's enough, fnrher! Don't say Bother word! You've talked a FOR. LETHBRIDGE DISTRCT More Kind Words (Toronto Globe) The Lethbridge Herald deserves the congratulations of the Canadian Press on its mammoth, special publicity, ed- ition 01 sixty-four That such an. issue'could from town only a. few years since set in a "wilderness such as Cardston, Taber, Bow Island. Coaldaie and Stirling. The e-ditipo is profusely illustrated Lhrouehout and its typographical ap- pearance would be credit to the best house in the" Dominion. copy, as well as the' thanks of constituents, whose interests he vocates. his of cattle ranges is but. another upon daily journalism, not (Hosmer "The special number of the Leth- TV, TT. J T j. Herald, :which appeared .two IJe Free Press extends, to the weeks aeo is to the publish- bridge Herald its hearty erSf and one. of the best mdvertise- upon the. publication of. this spe ments of-the whole of. Southern-Alber ,1 edition, which reflects.irrent. r.rpjrt- -__L -__ ciai edition, which reflects 'ta that has issued -from a. dence of the growth of the West. Now to add the cap sheaf, the editor of The Herald, Mr. W. A.: Buchanan, has nominated for the Alberta Legis- lature. (Ottawa Free Press) Tgere has just arrived at the Free Press office a special publicity num- ber of the LethbridRe Daily Herald. The number is a, 64-page edition- of of the -West, but of all Canada. (St. Journal.) W. A. Buchanan, formerly of The Journal, now proprietor of the Lethbridge (Alta.) has eivfcn more than one 'pr'opf of his ability to successfully, build up a newspa- per. Fourteen months ago he start- ed the Herald and tpday it is a vig- orous origan of Alberta public opin- newspa-per office '.tjr the suniiv "proyince-i that will keep 'everyone euessine; Editor -Buchanan will- j upon to make "apologies hard and with his popularity, honesty Those attending and upright character, and his belief! tjon; report a-yood time, in the trood eovernment of; the Ruth-! _. crford regime, outrht to win out i lhe Pincher Creek Amateur Opera- The Conservatives have placed inj tic presented "Sylvia" last the field E. J. Mitchell the well' emncr to 3 Jarjee and a-pprecia- known-and old of audience. are in a cher Creek. Mr, Mitchell is popular i Position, to criticize.all pronounce the and-well known throughout the en-iwo of.the players as a No. 1 and, tire .ndiiiff' of Tincher Creek, and it! further that they are a credit to is'expected that he will' put up Coroner Gould returned vesterda The 2rics for Dr.vWarnock and Mr. Mtchell are so j ...Mr. A. B. Os'b'orne who has hac -ll v-- ion tides by prominent citizens' of Leth. an. iostitution to ihis western. piece of It -.has; much that- is .of. value ;as statieticalTmatter'" gand ra any a v journal isf 'will be under ob- liffations to Herald for informa- tion that. V: else- where. P1NCHER -HAPPEN INGS Pincher Greek; March The po- litical pot in this constituency is boilinjr- bndee.'dealiiyr oast, present will double its and future of the floun8hinK little Al-j iB a fewvyears, and to this end city ;from the commercial, .publicity number of mdustnal, agricultural, abd education! Herald has been issued. It contains Paffes- entirely produced, by was m tue oesnnninjr, _by Mr. C. jThe- Herald, tnis-voluminous edi- an .es-j tion is not only replete with the best article, j municipal publicity, but is embellish- cqnsider- ].ed by -many excellent illustrations. banner j Altogether it is: a work for which Mr. tne.Dominion, ftnd to deserves the highest praise vicinity of. iLethbridire. all who have been favored with a ________ _ ___ souls. If the Herald has Its' way I WarnocK.-the unanimous "choice of the liberal convention; -well and favorably-known that ..the! charge cood's department them itself j in T. Ijebel Co.'s store. basis of popularity. ...Dr. .Waraock will a meetine in Hinton's Hall on -Friday, March cd his position, and will leave short- j ly for Medicine Fat, where he eepted position as manacer of 19th. and Mr., irit'chell on Saturdav store lherc- to see jthem About ton people: went up to Cole-i Creek. on Monday man on Taesday and joined the Re-! S. to Mr: and Mrs. W. A. oekah Lodge of Oddfellows, which was i Gook- daiiffhter. Fristituted there. is the intention i BOR2ST, .On Mondav. March 8, to to instrttice a lodge of the same order! Rev. and Mrs. Bott, of Fishburn. a in Pincher Creek in the near future. daughter. HOLDING THE BRIDGE the Wberta BaHway and Irrigition Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST ON THTJ MARKET lib mrtk if tke liilnH irt fttt if IntiiMttrM. FROM EACH One-third oath, one-thiid Wlinoe 12 won Interest 6 per cent, per ocnun: "GraydonT'ealierltlw-fiithfr. "Come, let us go home. Como. "Not no answered the son hoarsely. try to come home tonight.: father, rm not sure that I can. My place- is her." __ Without a .lames Bansemer tnrnwl and out into street, -tears of nigy dipaiipajjifjjjent hi his eyes., [Ii- not expevled the irnll- Untii'tlu' of day he sat In his ohill rurtui vv-.-iirinir the rasp of his son's uigbr key. but (rraydon did not f-o'nie A. J. ROtHrrtOW I AM ITIUL HOLDING tI FELLOW! BACK INTO THE THE BRIDGE AND HELPING CHAPTER XX. sat with his in fob hands, dull stricken, crushed. He hat! heard the story of his 'father's baseness from Frances Cable, and he had been told the true story of Jane. From JRigby he learned of the transac- tions in which his father bad dealt At first he could scarcely believe his own ears, but in the end he saw: that but half the truf b could be told. It was past midnight when he left David Cable's not to go to his own home, but to that of Elias Droom. He knew now that the newspaper would devote columns to the "sensation ji) high he knew that Jane would suffer agonies untold, but he would not blame Iiis father for that; he knew that arrest and disgrace hnng over the tall gray man who had his true and amazing side at last; he knew that and humiliation were to be his own share in the division! Down somewhere in his aching heart he nourished the that Elias Droom could ease the pain of these wretched lisclosurcs. As lie traversed the dark streets town he was vagnely wonder- ng whether eyes would ever flic pained, hopeless expression he last SOPN in them. Ho wov.acrctl Tvhothor she retract her avowal Klio not be bis wife with thi-'.p upon her: he rejoice-.! In lirr j- Every one of these p.ipers propho- j sied Bother and more sensational de j velppmeuti before (he day was over 'It proinised to be war to the knife tween C president'of the Pacific, Lakes r 1 M and the man Bansemer l.i interview with Cable lie tiuoatl is saying emphatic illv thai tbe u -o i of Jape been iL.ide null hi- 1 nowledf-C and consent I lie tx ti daughter was the only one to whom, rbe tling revelatiouC a There also was of fict that the young worn MI h id inrii d.ittly brokeu her it7' Banst-- Tl> ic i in T c, of t' e leading m Uie mama. can't 11 CtiRago nfter a'J iliis." exU hit I tria.u'on 13 his leet, his km clIacluHl tu "To be pointed out tiikod aboxT' To be p J fct Oi 1 ti o m f'ti i anywhere, just it is Tin ay from Cbi cajro.'' Droooi deaue to bUja H.i sardonic .1 'e uito a lucli crously particiK of my He begged the iouLto ma i to nimk twice before lie Oil i "foolish" "la auy-event IIP luiplored. 'let me get you'some Ire t, or at n cup .of coffee.' Jn the end be helped Graydon Into his coat ard off do-vn Wells street with him Jt was, 7 o'clock, and every corner newsstand glowered back at them nith black frowns as they looked at the piles of Two roagb looking men walking dht'nssmg the seiiMtiou, A saloon keeper to them, "It don't always on de wert side, does Graydon wemMo the ofllce of Davidson early-'-jiBi arrsoged hls'afTafrs, so thnt they could betaken op ar-once by another, and then, 'ing hie fellow as much as sible. himself to Mr, .WJshont i t'fnflou to give w? kit c AH pat friond aud.employer Tin. of hit ae- but It fault for whnt had is-'ressed-nDd of the i-i roomi, viuiug :U 10 o'clock annoilMcod pi.scc in l- lnv "tf you ever wint to come bactt te us, Graydon, we will welcome yoo with open arms. It isn't as ImA jrou think." "Ytm don't Mr, was all Graydon' could MJ, Then he hurried off to fict hit James Banaeiner, boggard from low and-fron fury over the Hon of his together with the fear of the day might bring, was Ing the floor of ailei. Droom hud eased his mind but Mttlt to regard to voice in the outer room bta brightened, and be took veveril ;