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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LcTHbRlOOit DMlLY HERALD. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1909. To itake your meals at the on- ly all-round white Restaur- ant in Lelh- brklge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FBESH SPRING CHICKEN Ami also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork Iron; our farm, ft is for yon. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your iaste. We Are Here to Please Ycu at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. RAILWAY innual Eastern Canadian Excursions Daily During December and points west in Ontario and points west in Quebec, also in Ontario east of Pembroke, Egans- ville and Tweed Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions Tickets on sale November 3 Oth to December 3 1st Tor Tickets, Berth, Reservations or Complete Information Appjy to Agent, or B. J. E. PKOCTOR, Agent t Diet. Pass. Agent LethVVidge, Calgary CXNADA Low Round Triples to Ontario, Quet- and Maritime Ponces [ts on sale Dec. 1 31, in- good to return three months. iship issued in. Atlantic Business on sale 21 and five I months from date ofie. j Equipment, First j and Tourist Sleeping and Cais on all Throuj.rains_ j mrtment Library 'Imperial lantic Express." vpiinoinni! XCiiralDllS Single Fare Plus for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Man- itoba, Saskatchewan and Al- berta, to VHNCOiiyED merlin Also to OKANAGAN VAL- LEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December 16, 17. IS. 1909; January 21, 22, 23 and 24; February 15, 16, 17, 1910: good to return within three months. I Throngh Express Trains fr 3 -HE "TORONTO Winnipeg daily at 22 j connections at Toronto East and West j ____......... 'Imperial Limited" leaves JHZT......' _ at 18.15, and.the "Atj PROMOTED TO at 8.00 daily_ making SUPERINTENDENT Montreal tor all p- BIGGEST SHEEP SEEN IN YtARS Huge Wild Ram Shot by Wallace Co- burn Was a Monarch of the Mountains (Great Falls Tribune) Wallace Coburn, who returned on Tuesday from a hunting trip on upper Sun river, brought back a mountain sheep, an elk and two doer. The sheep is the wonder and ad- miration of every big game hunter and guide who has seen it. It is pro- nounced by all one of the finest heads ever secured. Some idea of its king- ly size and beauty is obtained from the diameter of the horns, which mea- sure 17 1-2 inches at the base. Drsss- ed, the animal weighed 314 pounds. This proud old ram for many a year defied the hunters' and scouts of the Sun river country to secure his head and pelt A woof, ,a shake of head and a living hail of sSutle rocks as the old monarch of the cliffs trotted around a jutting ledge and out of sight, were all that has re- warded hunters who have been after him heretofore. Mr. Cobourn, armed with a .405 Koosevelt, as this style of weapon been named, spent several days '.railing the old fellow. LMost of tho time the snow was deep, and niinrod was forced to pack his blankets and grub on his back to camp wherever night overtook him. he was persistent and cau- tious, and finally early one morning. the old ram stepped leisurely into rule range. A bullet was driven through liis heart, but for a moment or two even this did not seem to pliiise the animal. With a bound it dashed 100 yards along a ledge, and then suddenly fell forward and tumb- led down the cliff, foil almost, at the feet of the hunter. In the party besides Mr. Coburn were Jim Caldwell and Jack Nesbit, guides: Claude Townsend of Choteau and Win. Donington, deputy game warden. They secured four elk and two deer. The elk, which Mr. Coburn Had Given Up All Hope of Living. Heart Trouble Cured by Mil- Heart and Nerve Pilis. Mrs. Andrew Savoy, Grattan's, N.B. the year was taken sick and did not think i could live any length of time. My trouble was with my heart and people told me that nothing cculd be done for a case like mine. I consulted tbe very beat doctors, but they could do me no good. For seven weeks I could hardly cross the floor. 1 had no pain, but was so weak nobody in the world can believe how 1 felt. 1 had given up all hopes of living and had given my little girl to my One day a friend came to see me, and calling me by name, Lizzie, if I were you I would try a dose of Milburn's HearE and Nerve Pills as they are good for. heart trouble.' My husband got me a box. but for two days 1 was not feeling any better, News of Tp. 2, Range 15 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sharp took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. George EbiT Wednesday. McKnight Bros, recently burned a linn: kiln. They say the lime is ofj good quality, and there is an abund-j auce of the stone in ledges along j the river. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard spent1 j Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sharp. Bert. Vincent went to Warner Sat-j urday. j Claude Schnapp, who is attending I the school conducted bv Rev. Grif-! OFFICE. TORONTO B. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager ESTABLISllED 1867 Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, I was able to Yes, 1 feel cieai better this morning.' He said, 'Wcii. j. will get you another box right awav.' I took two boxes and three doses out of tie eighteen miles east of has been visiting his parents and; friends here for two or three days, i G-eorgt; Eb-er, who has been afflicted with rheumatism for some time, we are glad to learn, is much better, j Fred Leffingwell, while at work on a barn, fell and sustained a sprained j ankle. j Tliu Sunday school, of which Geo! Barrows, is superintendent, is well TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most way in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in at ajid and the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheoues and all information regarding thera may be obtained at every office of the 1311. Lethbridge Branch G. K. Nourse, Manager "I will never be without them in my ind i home for God knows if it had not been for Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, 1 would not have l-ocn ulive now." Price, 50 cents per box. 3 boxes for SI-25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Miiburn. Co., Limited, Toronto. secured, was a 2-year-old spiked buck. HIDES WORTH A HUNDRED MILLIONS IMPORTED Washington, Dec. of hides and skins into the United States will aggregate approximately one hundred million dollars for the present year. These articles, there- fore, rank second in value in the list of importations. Sugar is the one article the importation of which ex- ceeds in value that of hides and skins The value of hides and skins import- ed exceeds by many millions that of any previous year in the history of the country. ress lions at East tnereoi to the Nearest C. P. R- A full Information GETS HIS REWARD AFTER SIXTY YEARS An old man of eighty-eight. Gull iaume Rolland, has just been made an officer' of the Legion of Honor for a deed of heroism upon the battle field, which he performed sixty-six vears ago, says the London Express It was in Algiers. Rolland was jugler in the Chasseurs d'Orleans when Abdel-Kader thinned the French after one of the most desperate battles in France's history. His regi- ment was charged. The Arabs rusli- d over it like a cyclone over a corn leld. Only eighty men were left, they charged and left but fif- een standing. A third charge and Holland and his bugle stood alone. Brought before Abdel-Kader he was questioned. There were still some hundred Frenchmen left upon the bat- tlefield, and Abdel-Kader knew that they would fight until the bitter end. He questioned the lad. "Is there no tune you he said, "which, make your countrymen give up the "Yes." said Rolland. "Then blow it or your life is answered Abdel-Kader. Rolland was about to throw down the bugle and bid them take his life when a sudden notion, half heroic, half born of the impertinence of the Parisian street boy, caught him. He smiled, stepped out, put tbe bugle to his lips, and, as loudly as he could blew the charge. It turned the tide of battle. Later in the day Rolland was told by his captors as they hurried him away with them in their flight that the French had, after all, been victors and eight months later, when he was released from his captivity, the cross of the Legion was his reward. A few months afterward he left the army and became postman in his native vil- lage of Lacalm, This week the old man has exchanged his red ribbon for the rosette, and when he dies he will receive full military honors. Lesson December 19th, 1909. Review. Golden Text for the I have fought a good fight, I have finished my I have kept the faith. II. Tim. iv.7. The following questions can be used as a new and complete lesson as well as for a review or the eleven preceding lessons. The date and title of each less-m where found, the GfMen Text, and cj'e. question from each of the eleven pit-ceding lessons follow October Paul a Prisoner. The Arrest. Acts to 22-29. Golden Text: Thou therefore endure of hard- Jesus Supt. ALKER iRONTO'S SWITCHMEN WILL NOT GiVE UP THF STRIKE St. Paul, Jlinn. Dec. >ice i resident Harsberger of (Rcsina Leader) men's union says today that 'the leaders will allow the strike to btarnes, R..N.W.M.P., and j iost. all of the switchmen west of rs. Starnes, who have been o-uests Buffalo would be called out. Last night fifty strike b "akers, mostly from New York auu Chicago were sent back home. Some were displeas- ed with the cold climate of Minno- sola and had quit work. Others had discharged for incompetency. (tor to superintendent, and src of the Fort Churchill de-i Government House for the last days, left for the East on Sun- T TOT1 evcninS- Supt. Starnes, while in LJ received promotion from ness as a good soldier Christ. I! Tim: Verses bridging the two dispensations, is it likely that God. so to speak, winked at the apostles trying to graft the law of Moses into Christianity, or was it God's plan that .Jewish Christians should still keep the law? October a Plot. Acts to Golden Text: 1 will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress, my God; in Him wiJl I'trust. Psalm Verse is no way to take the miraculous out of the New Tes- tament without' destroying it. Now in view of the fact, why did not God rescue Paul, in this instance, as He ciid from the prison at Philippi? j welcomed in many homes, has efTici-l j out teachers, and a good interest is' maintained. Church services are held; every weeks by Her. Connor or: Rev. Nash, of the Evangelical church; ,of Warner. Sunday school is unde-i nominalional and is held at 2 p.m. j Church services follow at three p.m. i j Everybody is cordially invited. Sun- j day school and church services at j Frank Smith's house next Sunday, I Dec. 12. j Mr. McKnight is organizing a j school district that includes part of i Tp. 2, R. 15, and part of Tp. 2, R. M. Another district will be organ-' izc-d Soon that includes .the balance' of Tp. 2, R. 15, and part of Tp. R. 16. j A Christmas entertainment -will be i given by the Sunday school at Frank i Smith's place. All are invited to at- tend. OF CANADA Capital and Res! Exceed 2MS with Bills of Lading attached negotiated at any of the 113 TJuion Bank Branches in f Western Canada. Notes discounted or taken for collection Money trnismittcd by Bank Honey Order, Draft Telegraph or cable Transfer. or is paid at the highest cur rent withdrawn at any time. opens an account. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts II J. R. ANDERSON jSub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. We appreciate very much a clean newspaper like the Lethbridge Her- ald, and hope to see its circulation! increased. Whitla News October for Felix. 17. Paul a Acts xxiv. Prisoner Be- Herein do I exercise myself to have always a conscience void of offence toward God and' toward men. Acts xxiv: 16. Verses 2G-27 What was the beset- ting sin of Felix, and how do you estimate the character of a man who wants to be bribed to do right? Oct. 14. Pan] a Prisoner Before Golden Text: his homestead. Whitla, Dec. Dal ton was at Bow Island Monday. G-eorge Ensign left for Medicine Hat j Friday night. Mr. Logan, representing Foley Bros. Larson Co., of Winnipeg, was at Whitla Wednesday selling groceries. Mr. Albertson of Grassy Lake has been assisting in tlie lumber yard for the past week. J. Flynn of Valley City, N. D., has been here looking over the country and visiting old friends. Ed. Campion, brother o[ Harry of this place, has arrived from Minot, N.D., and will live on The Molson's Bank Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA Festus and Agrippa. ipter 26. Golden whom I have believed, and am per- uaded that he is able to keep that which 1 have committed unto him against that day. II. Tim Verses did not Festus and Agrippa both turn to God. see- ng that they were clearly convinced There.will be a dance in the new hall at Seven Persons Wednesday night, December 8. Everybody in- vited. E. Patterson, with the F. G. Lynds Co., was in Whitla today. H. Arndt, oi this place, took his Acts little girl to Bow Island yesterday Text. I know lo secure medical aid The chnd has been ill for some time and is in a critical condition. H. Schmelzer of Medicine Hat was a Whitla visitor Monday. There is to be a dance at the Ham- of the truth of Christianity and their need of salvation? October a bya-ge. Acts. Golden Text: Commit thy way unto the Lord. rust also in Him, and He shall bring t to pass. Psalm Verses reason is there o believe from this narrative that when we fail to use, and it is too late o adopt God's best plan, He will still graciously provide a good one which we may adopt? (This question must be in writing by mem- bers of the club.) November a Shipwreck. Acts to xxviii: 10. Jolden Text: The Lord redeemeth the ;oul of his servants, and none of hem that trust in him shall be deso- U.8. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Kates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates Lethbridge Branch, Redpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager Diamond City Branch, D. C. MORRISON, Manager te. Psalm Verses 33-38. May praying and sting, when you ought to be eating and working, be as great a practical crime as scuttling the ship? November 14 Paul a Prisoner in lome. Acts xxviii: 11-31. Golden Text: am not ashamed of the gospel ;f Christ, for it is the power of God mond-Seeley ranch, eight miles north of Whitla, on the river, Friday, Dec. 10th. A good time is anticipated. IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs, Dec. very en- joyable time was spent at Mr.- Mc- Donald's. It was the opening dance held in the new dance hall he has re- cently built inside Mr. Hill's fence. It is something that has been very much needed for a long time, and is sure to be well patronized. Among the guests were: Mrs. C. Green, Mrs. Turnbull, Mrs. Sleamaker, Mrs. Van Brooklyn, Mrs. Warren, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Williams, Miss Warren and Miss Turnbull, and about twenty gen- tlemen. W. and S. Noble and their families j have moved into Tabor for the win- i ter. They arc mining. j The tenders are out for a school! i near CARROLL i is unsurpassed- Amer-'rom Winnipeg some time this j I 's generally the result of a cold causec by rejoin j exposure to wet and inclement weather I and may be recognized by a tightness ,he chest, sharp pains and across tne cnest, sharp pains ana a difficulty itx breathing, a secretion of thick phlegm, at first white, but later of a greenish or yellowish color coming from the bronchial tabes when coughing, es- pecially the first tiling in the morning. Cure the first symptoms of bronchitis by the use of Dr. Wood's Norway Pint Syrup. i A A A 4 4 A j. Miss Martha Bour- JL Little Pabos, Quo., into salvation to every one that be- housc to bc put up somewhere lievoth. Romans jMr- A- Warrens place; we have not Verses it a law of God j yet hfard what the new district will that sin the conscience and called perverts the judgment hence, can a Mr Mrs h for .vvjji living in anv kind oi sin. trust i his judgment on personal, moral and Wyoming on T-rnlay next, having sold spiritual questions? their ranch to Mr. X. I-Iobbs. They November Story of His! speak of returning after a while to Life. IT. Cor. Golden i at Text. He unto be My grace is sufficient for thce. for niy strength is Western Canada icncyf I LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA 1 Office: WHOLESALE JOBBERS, AND MANUFACTURERENTS made perfect in weakness. II. Cor. Chapter xii: is the only real proof of God. of immortality and of the V Mr. ami Mrs. Palmer's little child was badly .scaldivl last week by pull- ins; P. coffee-pot off The table. By ap- plying some home-remedies, however, it. is mfndine nicclv. Bank of Toron1" i Savings Deposits THE BANK OF TORONTO receives savings deposits of and upwards, and adds interest to all balances twice it yemr Safe Convenient Profitable ASSETS Lethbridge Branch: T. W. McEACHEEN, Mgr. We have in Stock 2 CARS WELL CASING SIZES 6, 5, 4, 3 irt. Pumps, Black and Gal- vanized Pipe, Mine Sup- plies. Raits, Explosives, Bar Iron and Steel, Fire Brick, Wire Cable, Valv- and Fittings, Leather Jelting, A C TF THE MAR EN- CRADOCK VIRE ROPE. xiv: 10-J1. Golden Text: It Is j good neither to eat flesh nor to drink j wine, nor anything whereby thy bro-'ecr ther stumbleth. Romans xiv: 21. i Verses 1 you enjoy and i co'" cost ol which won id rile all milk BRANDON'S LATTST MOVE Rrnndon. city by tiio city FRED LAKE TO MANAGE BOSTON NATIONALS Boston. Dec. Luke, num- n.tv-r of the Boston American L-eugua baseball team during and part of the 100s season, has signed a con- truc.i to niar.ngc thn Boston National team for one year. Mr. Lako will take the place of Harry Smith. of MassHlorj, Ohio, who had charge of the National League team during for Good Hay and Sound Oats ;i Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city PRICES THE LOWEST Office in Easton's Harness Shop Box 201 j; !j I Bronchitis Cured. headache, sleep, and tired all the time. J consulted two doctorsj and both told nsf; I had bronchitis, and I advised me to give np teaching. I tried LA1 LF SAFETY GAf ANt CYCLONE L1LLS. OILS you enjoy drink your yh-ss of wine, when you know that wine drinking is doing! vastly more' harm than good, what! sort of a norson are you? j December on the Grace ofj Giving. II. Cor. Golden Text.) Remember the words of the Lord i cousrh" sick now morG blessed j could not to five than to. receive. Arts j Verse reason is there to j believe that if we give systematical- j ly to God's cause that we ourselves I shall never lack? I December Last Words, i projKiro ;sn pslimatc of the of jast Mr. Lako plant and the assume his duties at once of the same, enough to han- and will attond the major league meet- ings in New York next week. REPORT MADE ON THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC Washington, Dec. practice of American and foreign procurers of women for importation into the Unit- c-d Suites for white slave purpose is described in a statement issued by the 'immigration commission today. The recommendations of the corn- mission contemplates a closer scrut- iny of the admission of alien women knd renewed efforts to stamp out the white slalve traffic. TI. Tim. iv. MS. Golden Text :For me almost everything but none of the medi- cines gave me any relief. One of my friends advised me to try Dr. Wood'i j to live is Christ, and to die is gain. Norway Pine Syrup. I had scarcely Phil. taken the first bottle when I began ta get better and when I had taken tha fourth bottle I felt. r.s -well ever, my cough had left me and I could sleep wall." "Dr. Wood's" is the original Norway Syrup. It is put up in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees the trade mark and the price 25 cents. Manufactured only by The T. Milbura Co., Limited, Toronto; Oul, Verses is it tha': burglars, gamblers, counterfeiters, liars, drink- ers, and other bad men and women often themselves that they are right? Lesson for Sunday, December 26th, Birth of Christ. Matt ii: Everybody is welcome at the Band Concert tonight at Bentley's sale. delighted Canadian housewives praise the Happy Thought best evi- dence of its superiority. If you want complete will buy a "Happy Thought" It solves kitchen because it is built right MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL any woman who has ever used a Happy Thought" Secure our interesting explains ike exclusive devices and tells how tJiey make for range perfection. A post card will bring it. HAYR BROS., Local Representatives Manufactured by THE WM. BUCK STOVE COMPANY, Limited BRANTFORD, ONTARIO ;