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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tttef Lethbridge. G David 'Agent, D ATTD TWfijtiiing .ftoetfPs clerk in, JNF. T., a in his principal but of a man. of in. lag that ht Bhoda Clark, fcer flight iaUtng, York city her, but when lie a. last Hir, back k'ec -with siiigis word She is Irring in South. JteooHjtt' bow-ding "house, r7 an artiat, Rhoda dart was to Gor- don took to KeV.Iork. oculist who WAS a hfe gare i' bope titftt had not .for many "Wfce're" the ,big specialist He ftwtttd ..sWItafiy. with bar eyes, then banffied her off ital'Jor a darkened honeymoon. went Met to He. lid- at. leaving -.she wotdd, tothaveabitof.tbat., 'v'1' DaTieAshe told'.hiai, Joy too And so he had home. aWe. to a business ;that his constant "aitextchm ia ifcr upbuilding. For David. knew that the Gordon Company was but in ite tafkocy. braccn. oat, to new twifst siendftr tendrils- of actaritr across tite biisy co'uji- ties of New State. He was rnorft merely disposed to let it STOW. joiny to ptit ceart and sonl In ptislilny "the deTtlspmeat of tfiat :wfilch dearer to nim acythiaaj 'there, fte wJien ;he itrown tfie of wi wmi fofcoc to sad .of tise cotmty, Joe suefa ont ohis stand oii the Sunday golf gave a distinct shock to the folk of tne nortn country town. when had been asked how the conntry clnb folk conid expect to play gcit when the boys down on "the flats" were not al lowed to play baseball David had responded quickly by saying that be hoped to the day come every boy in Nortteaeid coaM play baseball on Snftdar if he so wlshad. The of that shock had even washed fai upon SteHa shekwred life, and she had written of what ste called Davitfs indis eretlon to ithoda. But when the nurse had, read that to Dartd wife she had oaiy tniiwVafl if her gentle heart truly andetmteod. s v Making the come beck to Rider, the atUat wm not tie thing, was not the gotag to church on Sun- day or 6ayiaf your at night or lots of other ratber ewbtxnu but perfectly simple devices that had been inculcated within him at an early age un- 5er the- jfGlss of religions tstifiiiig. Those things aH. right In their way, and this Tight: or wrong. The line marked sharp between It maklMf plaai up softly -whis- pered Rider. Merlheim a dangerous man And David Gordon Mwlheiiu bt with David feJt strong: in bis'own He knew now-on which side of the line he stood: 'Rider faced his client a wry smile upon Ms thin lips. "This scheme will stand Bible "he said. "Merlheim's :having trouble getting hold of money. He's had to ask fdr an extension of his contract to Sake over that CoytesviUe concern. They've let me know that if you will come, up with the. money to- your money will beat out Syracuse promises. You'll have to go up- yourself." -He's a fussy old fellow and he'll have It no other least was decent business.'and David did nbt'have TO even look for that sharoLv. marked diviS- ing line. "I will go if Coytesville be laughed. "I will meet you at the nine o'clock train In the morn- ing." Bnt Rider was hardly out of the store before they brought a telegram to David from Rhoda's physician. Her case was heading develop- ments necessitated an operation within-, forty-eight was no grave danger, the oculist said, bnt Mrs. Gordon wanted to see her husband again. It was a long" as long if between the lines. David Gordon read It there with greatest force. In an Instant precious business were completely gone from hfe mind. Was this to be Rhoda's last chance to look upon her husband? He got Rider upon the tele- were beginning to be quite metropolitan in Northfield. "Was David Gordon clean out of his wits? Merl- heim would have the opening after -all. Meriheim vrould be in their territory, and It was so easy just now to shut him out _ David Gordon silenced the lawyer. "You should .-hare known, he said in a low rolce, "that my wife's happiness and wishes are more to me than anything else In the- so it was that ..Merlheim cams; to came there while David Gordon sat beside a dark- ened becpide in Zs'ew York, giving strength and giv- ing courage iu a crucial time.. give the Gordon company, the run of their Merlheim was :aimouacing to .CoytesviUe. "I am going to every town that has a Gordon store and I am to plant a store nest