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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta POUft LETHBRiDOC, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ItM 1HHHHH SPE'ttAL DISCOUNT OS HARNESS and SADDLES FOR 30 DAYS UAKUE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PBICES ON. TRUNKS and VALISES ALLNtfW GOODS A.E.EASTON xes aud they completely cured uo'v feel M well it ever did and wjuM ml visa from Kidney to try tlum." Price 50 ct-i. per or 3 for all or Th-> T. 'Mtitmru Co., Limited. Toronto, Oat. Wlieu ordering specify DoanV" New York, Dec. report that Arthur Brisbane, real editorial and executive head of the cross-country siring of dtiily papers owned by Wil- liam Randolph Heurat, has broken with his employer and is leave his position, lias made a stir Brisbane, it ia said, expects to start a new daily paper in this city, with botii morning and evening editions. Since the peculiar position, kiken by "Tli8ygoMu> 'tily Hearst'publications in political hibor und other respects is presumed UNABLE TO MAKE HER A PRINCESS to be the result of Mr. Brisbane's planning, it is expected that his en- trance, into the field as a competitor will lead to u red-hot newspaper war. Brisbane has generally been refer- red to as ihe brains of the Hoarst newspapers in New York, San Fran- C'hicigo, Boston and Los An- He lias been the highest paid newspaper man in the world. H5s regular salary was quoted as a year b'-SHlw the earnings of Asauith the Old Days i tie bunch of stock in the Hearst} j corporations which he owned, all of which made his pjy considerably bJ- ter than that received by the Presi- dent of the United States. iifskhs his editorial work, it has FURNITURE Our stock of Furniture is new, compUie and up-to-date. This week we are offering bargains in CHEFFONIERS WINDOW BLINDS Wo have a flue uew assortment of CARPET SWEEPERS Ask for our prices ou couches Wo are always pleased to show White Furniture Co. Bowman Block Crabb Street Tlterefore Duke of the Abruzzi Cabl- of raak. A couut that doesn't count) was appointed to consider of no account, say our Italian] meansr of controHhu: the friends. And a bnronet who isn't ajthratrv1 as to the character of plays banker or't a good balance at i in Ottawa, his tender's is srujvll There- vjj members of that fore. by. all means let the bankers' :-iv disposed to urge upon Do- ------A WOMEN HELPED ELECT TAFT Ten Chipped In to Raise the Credited to Gen. Corbin's Wife of contributors to the Hepubltcan na- tional campaign was published last ed Miss Elkins Reg ets and Wi! Go to North Pole despatch says: The. Elk- extent. ios-Abrum uifttc-li is now at an end Before goin? for .all time, according to reliable in- fiirination from the most trust- worthy .source. The marriage has abandoned di-fhiitcly, and ilu-re is not likely to be any que.s- Washington. Dec. T.-WJwn the list tifjn about An ,ffm.ts to agcor. tain the exact reasons have been successful, but'itJLs evident generally b -en believed that Urisbtuie had to do with the of Mr. Hearst's own caivor to a over to HeiU'st in Brisbane was chief editorial writ- or on the NVw York World. BRING OUT THE SWITCH Flogging is OnlyJCure for Cigarettes, week it became that a. Cuutii- bution of had been made in the name of Mrs. Henry C. Corbin, wife of the Alajor-Clenernt. retired. It came out today that Mrs. Corbin. al- are based upon family objections on j" botli s; This information the that the which cannot' be overcome.! i. by order of the educational ed ;is the mouthpiece of the Italian j aiitlioritirs, js to come back into its foreign office, .declares erijrftue-t own. While kind words and elaborate witli occaaioual upjjoals to the younjrstev'ii. sense of honor and imagination, may be efficacious mjijority of is withcut effect nient is now off. Simultaneously with__.the. publication, tho Dakc of Abruzzi has" despatched a long cable message to Miss Elkins declaring that he has been unable to remove erable obstacles to thes marriage. The Duko now intends to under- PREMIER'S TRIBUTE TO HIS OLD MASTER City of London Boys" at Lincoln's Inn London, Nov. tho dis- tinguished guests present at a dinner in Lincoln's Inn Hall by Mr. Henry D. lumber, chairman of the City of SERIOUS OFFENCE CHARGED (Frank Paper.) Magistrates Martin and Sandvidge were called upon Wednesday to hear grave laid against Wm. Psetak by Mrs. that of threatening to burn her home and in- timidation. It appears Psetak had trouble with Mrs. Hohendqrff'a hus- band a few days before in" which Ho- London School Committee, was. IU. ihendoHT assaulted him and during Hon. Mr. Asquith, the Premier. melee broke a window of a busi- spending to the toast the Prime Mm-iuess Psetak complained to ister, Mr. Asquith paid high tribute (the police but Hohendorff got out of to the work done by the City School. towiv before he, could bo apprehended, in early days, to the founder, John Psetak mat Mrs. Hohendorff in Lane's Carpenter, and to his old master Dr. Abbott. THE OLD SCHOOL "In those he said, "we we re in Honey Lane Market, hemmed in by narrow streets, overlooked by dull and grimy buildings, mm encamped, If I may say so, upon a precarious cS in n? -n "the cigarette habit. Now the hit- ter evil has grown io a point where take a long voyage and probably j the school board has he- make another try for the pole. roic remedies must be adopted. Ac- "It WHS the of i eorlingly the board has instructed the article runs, 'who decided to j the teachers to revive the old fiog- abandon the when -after i -''-1? habit for the exclusive benefit are all satisfied to let it RO at that. mature consideration he became con tin; cigarette rniisauce.. tuihult on the one quarter of Cheap- side and on the other of Oresham street. I do not think I I seo some of my old schoolfellows T wo almost fought our way day by day to the school amid the jostling throng of City men "I the sound I >r of the Bow Bells, we under the shadow of the steeple of the Bow Church; we. were within, a stone's- .ang's store later and the two engaged in a war of words which resulted in Mrs. Hohendorff laying a "charge of intimi- dation and another of threatening to Psetak pleaded guilty ce mui-tin to the charge of using threatening language and was fined nnd costs and the two commit arson. oasis of silence amid the competing magistrates sat on the case of intim- idation. The result of this case was that one justice found for the defend- ant and the other for the prosecution and in consequence there will likely he a retrial. Si. Jo' in, X. B., Dec. Hon. John fserved a good purpose and the givers in an interview states that ec-Oring in the story current in cn he visited Quebec? Mr. Walker [turn ciple in provincial politics and that i it 15 proved to him that Pre- mier has deserted the coali- ctees he will remain is an enlightened publicist, a patron j of art and letters, a person of pro-: digious information nnd classi- fied on nH ;i JxiOn to news- interviewers. But he always seems to be twec'y late the- fountain of honor ic throwing up baronetcies. Such are the jealousies that have ctept into the Canadian Bankers' Assnciaiton. Heaven knows Govermiient asked to resign. Washington today, that con- tribution was sent to Judge Taft per- sonally in the form of ten vinced that it was impossible Not id the k of certain c-irf Kikin side, the Duke EPITAHS imus. -r court would not i what Chatham World (Cons.) hands i DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP out tin.1 desert-' It certified that the part- .crmciuded that it would >vj abandon the marrhige ed the Consen-ativen who had sup- jxjrtfd htm in Brunswick poli- tic? many years. They made him what he ii? and that i.s his way of ex- hi> thanks for all they had done for hiiii. Good-bye John and Mership hitherto existing between A. G. McKeown and Brice G. HamiJton, known as "McKeown has this day been dissolved by mu- tual consent. All accounts owing by the said McKeown Hamilton must be immediately presented. 304-3 Then h b-dt- to not ex post? the young woman ther publicity and Elkins fan cision and closed the affair. i The Ptunevfranza its com- ment as follows: "Thus there re- it oushi.jSqme Curious Inscriptions from Eng- 'ish Gravestones the Spectator.) press gossip. One purson at least would not al- ly concurred in the de- how an epitaph which might be out ot then the Duke'a place in noble surroundings. In the West Cloister in Westminster Abbey, if we remember aright, there is n to the niemorv of John i mains oi this unpleasant episode only tlltJ tltll kltiOC- lit i it Arri v-o cent acrobatic behavior of the yellow section of the American press." -Aqnew Co. Broughton, verier of the Abbey, who wiis'uiso a" chanipion prizefighter cfj England. There is a blank line iin-j of the Guildhall anil of the Bank of England-. In tho short half hour which separated morning and after- j noon school we spent our time in the zcisv (VriCt .r.miv lit {r We had not a playground. There is hardly a board school in London at the present day which has not an advantage compared with us in those days. Nevertheless, wo man aged to exist. THE OLD MASTER "And when I try, as I sometimes do, not to speculate upon what might have been, but to remember what was- and to analyse with that was due to the stimulating and stirring companionships of boyhood, I find its greatest factor to be the example and the teaching of our old headmaster. Dr. Abbott. (Cheers.) WAS CHINAMAN MURDERED 1 Ashcroft. B.C., Dec. body of a Chinaman in an advanced state of decomposition was found on Fri- day at Bog Creek, near the Cariboo trail, north of here. The man had been dead several months. There were bullet wounds in his breast and abdomen. He had probably been killed by some one who stole his gold dust, lor he was a miiicr, and had at different times a fairly large quan- tity of dust rn his possession. The Job Department "U AUTO SKATE" WE SELL THE FAMOUS AUTOMOBILE SKATE THE FASTEST, STRONGEST AND LIGHTEST HOCKEY SKATES USED IN CANADA THE LOWLY HEN f.'m for the hen. the lowly hen: She lays an etrg today aud then Tomorrow goes about her biz And where her nest of rubbish is i as another. Cluch on cluck, j Day after day with endless pluck; j ttappy jf in solitude She may at last hatch out a brood j Of fluffy chick %vith yellow legs, To become hens and lay more eggs. rm Sho knows no holidays at all, Nor Sundays. At the clarion call Of Mr. Rooster, with a lurch, plunges down from ofT her porch. And, once more n footing firm, She goes to hunt tho early worm. She takes a worm, a piece of grit, A hug, and makes o.n egg of it That will pass muster untii met j n scramble, fry or omelet. j does .she rest xvith one egg lounge ;irouml beneath thcjver: AUTO MODEL C AUTO MODEL B CYCLE MODEL 25 CYCLE MODEL 5 CYCLE MODEL 10 CYCLE MODEL 20 Per Pair 3.50 2.50 2.50 1.50 1.50 (C SPR ING SKATES FROM 75c PRACTISE HOCKEY STICKS ZENITH SPECIAL REGULATION PUCKS to 35c 50c 25c der his njjiiio: it was k-ft for the in- "Champion Prize Fighter I of England.'-' On the other hand, the j parson of Ledbury parish i.s said to hav" given his ardent approval to the i ''wholesome epitaph' 'which Sir Wil- Ham Hunt-.-r was wont to quote with great gusto: ''Under this place several inhabitants of this parish. i Further tho Day of Judg- ment will disclose." Before the days obituary notices in the press the stone in the churchyard wars i the only means the bereaved had of disclosing the virtues of the dop.'irted. governing principle. and rightly so. was de mortni? nil nisi bomim. They had but little space to say what they wished to say, and They desired to it leave j nothing pood cut. Nothing could IK i more proper, for instance, thiui the (in Chester, 1707) of John Vernon th his wife. Mr. Hill here hand of the familv- law- 'Polite, learned, ingenious, upright., Of some tall tn-o? Xol. miirh! not' To the best of luishnmls. shc! Ann, his afflicted relict. She scorns the shade of fence and tree! Kreoted this. And across shaded hits and svm tin- rvsuli vry frequently was She ki.-yps the biiij world on the run, that the friendly jiidtrint'nt became And scratches with her toil-worn feet I Wat i.s w-ls never intended