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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LfTMftRlOQE, AltCRTA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, I9M. PAOi TNMIC MOVINC ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE.] THE THATEN DUO li tfclif ttitrt Ntitlri The New Coachman 1. Carman in Danger 2. Flower of Youth. 3. Mason and Forbes 4. Seek and you shall find 5. Australia 6. Baboon Song..............................Can You Keep a Secret Prices I5e and 25c briuus Performance Statin at W.W.handford THJS PHOTOGRAPHER m BACK TO FREE SILVER Bryan Says It Would Hive Averted Panic. El Paso, Tex., bee. Wl J. Bryan left Galveston this morning for Port Arthur, -Texas, the home of John W. Gates, .where he delivered his "Prince of Peace" lecture to- night. Last night at Galveston he alluded to free silver, and said he believed -it would have last year's panic. John W. Gates, owns everything wanted "Mr. Bryan to be his guest on a hunt, but Mr. Bryan., declined oh the ground that he had scruples against- Icilling, harmless wild ani Is. -He- do.es not object to hunting piedatory ahhnals, he savs, but he would not knowingly shed the blooc of a deer. He sees no harm in-shoot- .ing wild ducks, as they do much dam :age- -to the rice fields and other grow. ing crops in Texas. who practically FUNERAL CEREMONY AT A CREMATORIUM "We Commit Body to the Puri- fying Said the Clergy- man in the Service. London, Dec. short time ago I was present at the funeral of a doctor under whom I had nursed, says a writer in the Nursing Mirror. It took place at the Manchester Cre- matorium, and, as it was the first cremation I had attended, I was nat- urally very much interested. We ar- rived some time before the mourners, so that we had .plenty of opportunity to look around us. The place was very much .like a small church, and will seat about one hundred persons, chairs were placed in rows down either side, leaving a broad aisle down the centre. There was an organ built in. a gallery over the entrance. On the walls on either side were a num- ber of small marble slabs bearing the names of persons .who had been cre- mated. At the east end of the church there was a raised platform, on which was a bier .draped in black. On either side were many handsome WOOL INDUSTRY GOING BACKWARD Frank Discussion Of Conditions Among Wool Growers Mother Cave Her Child Away. Had Given up all Hope of Living. Heart Trouble was Cured by Xilburn's Heart and Nerve Fills. grown to bo I't'oin that wool manufactur- Prince Edward IsLuul i some of the best staple jhacl. er.s could aiake as good cloth a-s any that was imported-. "It is a crying shame and disgrace for our merchants I to USA u.s crowning argument to effect j sales the statement: "This i.s an im- Mrs. Andrew Savoy, Grattan's, N.B., jporu-d iU'tiele.' In the year 1905 I was taken M.A BHOlADV and did not think 1 could live any length of time. My trouble was with my In new ul tht! recent ai'ffUfnent bc- heart and poople told me that nothing could i t ween the British manufacturers and be dune for a case like mine. I cousulteti :the Canadian -Manufacturers' As.soc.iu- tho very best doctors but thev could do me I u i no good. For seven weeks 1" could hardly uou the shoclay question. Mr. j cross the floor. I had no pain, but was so i Wardlaw's remarks were interesting.! weak nobody in the world can believe how j Some he said, "have the! I felt. I had given up all hopes of living i -ti i r hi and had given my little girl to my sister- _ want sucn in-law. One day a friend came to see mo, and perts of Britain, lot caliina me hv said. if iv ''-1' Port Arthur I fems plants, forming a beau- tiful green background. The bier was standing at the entrance of a small arch, draped with black curtains. These, I note, were divided in the centre to allow the coffin to slide through into the furnace. At the ap- pointed time the carriage arrived; the organist played "0 Rest in the and the coffin was borne by six Students into tlie church. It was COLONIAL PEERS. Dec. papers South Africa give sympathetic ap- .proyal to Lord Eoseberry's commit- tee proposal that a regular number of jcolonial peers should be admitted io the House of Lords. Accounts must be PAID before the 15th of each month A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant PtaeSO P.O. Box 87 draped with violet cloth and cord, and was covered with lovely wreaths. It was placed in position on the bier, and the very impressive sen-ice commenced. When the cler- gyman came to the words in the prayer book, "vVe commit this body to the he read instead, "We commit this .body, to the purifying and silently the coffin passed through the aperture in the curtains, which immediately closed together again, and when, the service was com- pleted all was over. It was a very solemn function, and, though it seemed strange that there should be no adjournment to the grave, in cold or wet weather it is decidedly much better for the friends and relatives-. The expense also is considerably less, and to some patients the sanitary ad- vantages of reducing to dust in one hour the body, which would in the ordinary way only crumble after many years, appeal very forcibly. Guelph, Dec. is ft remark- able fact that in all the addresses.de- livered by experts whether Before the meetings of the Experimental Union or in connection with, .the course of lectures at the Winter Fair, the On- tario farmers, to use- ah .expressive term, have been "called" for sloven- ly methods. Perhaps in these criti- cisms there has not been sufficient al- shoddy goods as ure made by the ex- us make them, no so we would and Nerve Pills as they are UP the most expert shoddy trouble.' My me a box, but [manufacturer in the world; men who for two days I was not feeling any better, J boast that given a fibre with two but. ou tne lourtn uay my I i believe those piils are doing you good.' I j cau make it into yarn. was able to 'Yes, I feel a good deal JThey cau actually use cotton thread better this morning.' He said. 'Well, I for a core and cover it witk flock will get you another box right away. I took two boxes and three doses out of the that 1S- the ?n the mce oi third one, and I was perfectly well and 'the cloth. It looks all right, but halve not been sick since then. 'won't wear." I will never be without them in my home i ________ for God knows if it had cot been for Mil- j burn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I would not DATES OF W i NTER -have been alive now." Price 50 centa per box, 3 .boxes for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Co., i Dominion Toronto, Ont. SEED FAIRS IN ALBERTA curiosity, the great factor that entrou- Seed Branch Will Hold! Fairs at Different Points in the.. Province. J The branch of the arraned a list of the y serious manner in which the agricultural in- dustry has been affected by the lack of an adequate supply of labor in re- cent years. It requires no tell how the agricultural community has been drained of its best blood. The enormous possibilities of the West have led to the desertion of On- tario by hundreds of men, other- wise would have been successful On- tario farmers. Another factor has been, the drifting into the cities, tak- rages investigation, and which, in "f Agriculture of the Gov-j j turn, gives man a real love for his work. Froni this point of view alone there is no farmer would not receive benefit by attending the V.'in- ter Fair. It would be absolutelyvini- possible for anyone to attend the dif- ferent series of lectures without being impressed by their great educational influence, the great mass of informa- tion that is given, without having little" time at the gathering. Two Per- formances Daily: 7.45 and 8.15 p. T Q N I Illusionists ANNE ALLAIRE TKe Champion Club Swinger THE THREE CASEYS Symphony Trio 3000 Feet of Moving Pictures I Two Illustrated Songs WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH. SHEEP In. the different addresses this year the farmers have been criticized lor date.s of the seed fairs to be held in Albert a during the coming winter as j a j Irvine... .Jan. 14 Three Hills.................Jan. 14 j Taber.................. Jan. 1.5 j Lethbridgv.' 16 TEARS IN EYES OF Three Hill Valley.... ......Jan. 16 j ...............Jan. 13 i iVLaifrut-u. .Jan. 19-.20 Alix..... :........Jail.' 20 Laeornbe _____.. ...Jan. 21 Cardston..................Jan. 21 Red Deer CHARLIE BELL Who Sings Some, Talks Some and Dances Some Whiie He Pieaded That Estranged Couple be Reconciled. St. John, Dec. the proceedings in the Cizrrey divorce case in progress here, there was a 22 j strongly pathetic ending to yesterday i 23 j morning's proceedings, when Judge to geV the out oi the Sedgew-ick............ .-Jan. 25 Gregory, with his eyes'and land. Inferentially they have been acjDaysland............ ...Jan. 26 his voice, trembling, called upon Dr. Gleichen' ..Jan. L. A. Carrey and Mrs. Currey to en- ...Jan cusecl of not keeping- their land clean, and, naturally, suffering as a result. mg their places as professional or The dairy farrners have beeu told that business men, of boys bred on farms. ANNEX TO CANADA. London, Dec. Symons, K.C., Toronto, writes the Press sug- that the Barbadoes and pos- sibly the whole of the West Indies, should unite with Canada. The sug- gestion is viewed with considerable interest here. Thei problem involved is by no means one that is confined to .Ontario. In. G-reat Britain the question of reat- tracting people to the land has occu- pied the attention of Government af- ter Government. Fundamentally the cause of the trouble is the same. Un- less a man is imbued with a great love of nature, life on the farm will appall Mm by its apparent grey mon- otony. Having that love, however, lie will find his Ufe full of the deepest interest. THE STUDY OF NATURE President Crecltnan, in one of his addresses, struck the right note when he pleaded for the introduction into the educational system of the country of that type of instruction which should create an interest in the child in the wonders of nature. The possession of that elementarv know- ledge would lead to the arousing of THERE IS SATISFACTION on the face of- the- man who drinks Lethbridge with the beer, satisfaction with his judgment in selecting BO good an article for which he pays so small a for a case is sold, delivered at ease, refunded on return wool mar- ket, but for standard wools there was always a good demand. There were, however, cuine fanners in Cana- da who persisted in keeping such breeds as Cotswolds and Lincolns when the manufacturer had no desire for that class of wool, I'xcvjn for Jew- grade carpet warp, while Lcicesters, Southdowns and the crosses n iihller inos vrere always wanted. "You may say wool is wool. tint1, wbsn T take my wool to the country I get the market said (.ho sick- er; and, proceeding, he remarked: "The coarse grades giv..- heavier yield, and therefore bring better re- turns. I am sorry to say Uuu there: is too much truth in this. Tho J.ijml er is probably a good i-ust-.-i cr of the merchant, and the latter not will- ing to offend, p-vvs he has no right to pay. upon it, he gets even before the of year. He must or go out of Susiness. CANADA CAX GROW GOOD In Ontario the wool industry hcuf deteriorated with the passing of the small carding factories, which to bo clotted about the country and through the medium of tho grower and manufacturer cum: into personal contact, the ing by having the faults in ai.s goods pointed out to him. It sonui energetic elTorts to educate the farm- And Reached Land Here With it Fiil- ed Twice Over. New Y.ork, Dec. light blue cradle built in Hungary, and in- tended originally for otie, passed through the Barge Office yesterday j afternoon. In the cradle, quiet as new born kittens, were two babies. The .mother, Mrs. Marie Lesser, held one end of the cradle, and another Hungarian woman immigrant gripped the other. The babies are twins., and were born aboard the steamship Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm, from Bremen. The father is a mechanic in a fac- tory at Manchester, and has bei-ii in America only three months. He sent hi? wife prepaid tickets 1o his now home. She suspected that slu- might 'become a mother on the trip, and so got the village carpen- ror'tu make her a cradle, as she did not want, the thought ;t was going to be one have only the cradle of the deep to rockra. The second day out the twins came and were attended to by the ship's surgeon without expense tho mother. Also the. sympathetic .ship's company contributed a purse to the twins, and the who is young and vigorous, and got on her feet in a few days, felt mighty glad that tUert1 were more than one. But; that cradle scvmod a little too ;uKill lor two. .she t du by putting-t hi-' babies end to j so if one wanted to put the- big oe of the other in his mouth he d'.i p-ii, !Mid not know whether deavor to briog'about some kind of a reconciliatioa or agreement for so that further revelations of their married life might: be cut off.; His Honor broke down altogether in closing the court appeal for the parties to get together, .saying that whue he had only, heard the evidence of one side of the case be-' fore' him, he had read the -libel of the other side, and he could not help but come to the conclusion that there had been "absolutely no love or even consideration for one another in this devilish combination." His Honor said that he could never have conceived such a state of af- fairs as had been revealed. by ths libels'and evidence even thus far in the case, and lie thought it would be much better for Mr.' and Mrs. Cur- rey to; get together, presentatives to meet and arrange some terms for separation such as laid clown by law, because if it be- came his painful duty to decide these things the' feelings of both parties would probably be terribly 'damaged. RACE HORSES LEFT TO BISHOP. despatch from Paris new Archbishop of Paris, Mgr. Amette, recently received au embarrassing; legacy in the form of a racing stable. The testatrix was the Vicomtesse de Eainneville, who, Royalist to the core, called her horses by diminutives of the names of the Republican Ministers. Thus one of her racers bore the name of. piemen-'. cette. after the Premier, and another Caillauxtot after the Finance Minis- ter.. OLIVER'S HALL FRIDAY DEC. 18 THE .INCOMPARABLE COMEDIAN J. C. In the Best of all' Rural Comedy Dramas Si Plunkard For 22 years Mr. Lewis has successfully produced Si Plunkard and -will appear at each and every performance in character role. THE MAMMOTH THRESHING MA- CHINE IN ACTUAL OPERATION MAGNIFICENT BAND AND OR- CHESTRA. QUARTETTE. 5 BIG specialties, song hits 5 2 Free Street Concerts Daily er up to the present day ro-.juiremcnts iEr. Wardlaw advocated c.stublish- ment of central receiving aud gnuiing- Tv-arehousos at' convenient at which the wool could be dealt with and finally sold at public auction. Canada, he claimed, should be the leading wool-producing1 country in the world. In Ontnrio, Southern Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and his' ov.'ii pi-rson. At F.lli.7 Lsbnd the inquisitors were n hi: don lit fnl about the riirht of mothi.T and th.' twins to enter. The j Ausrri.-ni IniTjiJ.irrant Home in Kigh-j ticrili Snvr-t decided to become spon-j sor for and tlu-y were taken' up there to b." baptized, iiiotlirr the wo.mun at tin- enidie f-t.-irtrd 1 station ;it the ry. ;i friit-'-man hnlted them, "Vou carry bie bunciles; 'in trains." i agent, of the Austrian Iinnii- H'.nii- pulled down a coverlet! i hi- face of one of tho. twin.s! and irinarkcd: -This is not bundles; this is. And the had thi-ir ride in, America. Today father, wlio lias been i by r-h-gn.iin that h.i is. the au-! thor nf come down find take, j n look at tliem. After the j iiutUoritivr. that he riglii. IK- he [jennitted I take tlic family to iManchoster. j Sectionalgooses Manufactured in Vancouver, B.C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs, Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a bonse S. A. Spencer AGENT anTBUiLDER, CARDS10N 4- WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR YOUR WIFE THIS CHRISTMAS? Why not-gut her something that will .lift the drudgery -of housework. Make things easier and brighter for lier. If yon are not quite sure as to what would help out. come in let us make a few suggestions. COOKING UTENSILS Arc you well supplied with all the necessary equipment to make the Christmas dinner a suc- cess'? We have a big stock of cooking require- ments. Why not take a glance through the o.tvvjl; In CAP if there is -.-ii.-.-.-.Iivi CHRISTMAS ONLY 8 DAYS OFF So doirt delay making your gift purchases. Our stock represents dozens of acceptable re- membrances. McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK ;