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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LETMBRIOGfe, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, Picture W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE THE THATEN DUO In their Comedy Sketch entitled The New Coachman 1: Doings of a Fool 2 Bobby's PracticalJoke 3. Mis- chievous Sketch 4. The Waif 5. Japanese Women my Golden Hair Has Turned to Silver Grey Prices I5c and 25 c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 Rambling Reveries Is generally the mult of a cold caused bj j exposure td wet inclement weather, i and is very dangerous inflammatory afiec- tiou of the broach ial tubes. j The Symptoms we tightness across I the chest, sharp pains and a difficulty in breathing, a secretion of thick phlegm, at first white, but liter of a greenish or yellowish color. Neglected Bronchitis is one of the most general causes of Consumption. Cure it at once by the use of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Mrs. D. D. Miller, AUandale, Oat., BY A DREAMER ALONE WITH MOTHER. Do nut we all remember with plea- hiuv the days when "the others" were out, or we, perhaps, not perfectly well, and mother had us in her draw- ing room, or work room, or took us (nit for a little walk alone? Not that we did not love to romp and piny. I 4 WANTED 100 MEN To get their work done in the Lethbridsre Hotel Strictly first-class work done. Electrical treat- ment and compressed air All the latest tilings in Postcirus British Colonial Cofnmsr-eisi Photographers flsaiers in PJiotogpaphic Rooms 1 and 2 Oddfellows5 Block COP. Hound and Dufffirifl Are you having- Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Oar technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered AQVIOE: GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing-, Printing- and Fin- ishing- done for amateurs. All work Siiished inside of 3 days A REMARKABLE WALK Four Times Round the World Water thttt we did not appreciate to writes: My husband got a bottle of Dr. i the full the picnics and other family d's Norway Pine Syrca for my little which took place from who had Bronchitis, fche wheezed so i i y you could hear her from one room to ;tinu' to tmie: bul lhere was j the Other, but ii was not long until we i meat of a very different, deeper sort in those quiet times with mother, the of wiuch has lasted half lifetime. There is a real dan- for a couid see the effect your medicine had on her. That was last winter -when we lived in. j Toronto. L iT1, J She had a, bad cold this winter, but in-j' (From the Dorking and Leatherhead j-stead Of another bottle of Dr. that the mother 01 a large family Advertiser.) j Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, I tried a homa j may never fully come to know her Mark 411 the nedes-1 madereceipt which I fnjin a neighbor and gain that influence over -uarK AH, tin, ocio0tiiauan hue foiuid that her cold lasted about twice trian, who is endeavoring to accom-j as long. My husband highly praises J tlu'm for "ood which is plish the self-imposed task of tour-! vVocdV and says he will see that a bottle so desirable that every mother should _ _ 1 olurofe in tiAiifiA K..... 1 ____ Ed, Kennedy' J in.e tilt- -.vorld lour times in ten years, equal to miles, looked in at the office of the Dorking and Leath- erhead Advertiser on his way through Dorking. A tall, active and! muscular man, Mark All informs us i that lie was born on June llth, at Greenwich. Adopting engineering' his profession, he was thrown out; of employment during the .strike of 1697-98, and was subsequently unable' to obtain work on account of the if J'our table manners think not. 1 do not think there Germany. France.. Eussia'J leather and picskin in order that the i are- neglected they will surely betray! any mdence to support .heory. i SwitzeTland? Belgium> Portugal, I religion of both Mohammedans and Let each member of the house-J Other things he said were: ''If man dies' shall he live again? GIVE UP ORIENTAL TRADE American Transcontinental Lines Practlcaliy Withdraw from that Business It In Billions Washington, Dec. of if he has liie really in him. Frankly j I am not certain that this applies to all men. j "T am not attempting to prove the j pain. Hol'ind and Italy. Whilst i Hindus may be destroyed. It is dif- ouring through Siberia he was taken j -ult to argue with a people so cred- prisoner at Toblesk on suspicion ofjulous and childish as this. But it hold do all in his power to make j Washington, Dec. Canadi- home the brightest and happiest place i an Pacific Railway Company, a for- Hand Painted China Cut Glass Sterling Silver Fancy Goods Leather Goods Ebony Goa.cis Siiver Cased Goods Gold and Silver Novelties Etc., Etc. R. A. Wright The Jeweler on earth. his being a political spy. Despite j is useless to blink our eyes at the his repeated assurance to the con-! fact that the people at large are sat-i A girl who is Drough- bushek of farm products, valued at the extraordinary total of j theory immortality, 000 were produced in. the United and delme States in the fiscal year of 1903, m death a chained to of the cfeu. foelinps engendered by the dissemin- j derstand the value of money, having cording to the annual report of the j Tl deam does exist then man 01 a. After continued protestations on his j ation "of the viles misrepresentations j earned it, and can give her husband -t i T M.-I T ff-A T n m rrs riiflcr n Tin i eign corporation, is tht way doing business in up to earn States with the Orient Secretary of Agriculture. The val- ue of farm products last year. Secre- tary Wilson declares, was four times the value of the products of the mines, including minerals, oils and nncl precious metals. "The. he said, "contrib-j utes 67 per cent, of the raw material i used in those manufacturing indus- i tries which depend mostly or consid- j erably upon agricultural materials, j nnd those industries use 42 per cent, i ihe creative things dies unripe and e, for no man in this world reached full only rail- the United which trary, and the production of pass-j mated with ridiculous ideas of this j her own living never will "just set- j c implied with the ruling of the In-! ports, he was detained three weeks j kind and that sooner or later the i Ue down to nothing." She will nn- j terstate Commerce Commission that i canies handling freight and mer-j chanrise partly by rail and partly; They Haven't Them to Offer, part the authorities wired to the Bri-j must inevitably be represented by i wise counsel and sympathy in his by ocean steamship shall publish the THE AMERICAN CHILD. He harried the household cat. He worried and whipped ihe dog. He sat on his auntie's hat, He caught and he killed a irojr. He lamed with a sizablo stone The best of his chickens. for the house, and d n such a journey separately. The Canadian jtLsh Ambassador at St. Petersburg, I characteristic action. i business difficulties. She can take I amount charged for the rail haul and j through whose instrumentality he What, it may be asked, does the entire charge of the money expended the amount represented by the ocean i was liberated. Out of gratitude for! Indian patriot look forward to, if I his release Mark subsequently magnum opus is achieved and the led to St. Petersburg and thanked the! English turned out- of Ms country? Ambassador in person for his kind-j From the pvt'Seiifc Secretary of State ness. He says that on several i fut- India downward we have but one j self, perhaps, and at least she will j commodity rates from points in Illi- j Jcassions he wa attacked by wolves! conception of the situation. That, it have the comfort of knowing that nois and seven other middle Western (Orillia Packet.) The dentists and doctors are about the only business or professional men in Orillia who are not offering "spe- cial attractions for Christmas." way that it will give her Pacific has filed with the commission husband infinite satisfaction. She! a statement of its tariffs showing its can earn a little something for her- through and proportioned, class and ana -men passing tnrough Switzer-; need hardly be stated, id that chaos, land he was lost in a snow drift forj rapine and bloodshed would cover Sive days, while during his journey the land -A stalwart Sikh chieftan all materials used in all indus-j the and it may through Spain he was attacked and! when asked his opinion on this sub- With truth, that he raised the dick-! stabbed with a knife. These are onlylject replied with a sardonic i u OI" tne exciting experiences he i that in three weeks there smile would John D. Rockefeller may be the! richest man in the world and his j Tm 2randmot.her Taiscd her shejhas Pa53ed through, for he has been j not be a virgin or a rupee left in income may run up into the millions j robbed on five different occasions, Bengal. And murmured. "The Lord preserve! down by motor but as a mathematician he can hardly be placed in the same class He has endured much with Secretary Wilson, who deals j remarkedj as shf; hUSf.d through hunger, it beinj with billions and scarcely mentions millions in discussing the farm pro- ductions of this country. "The value of farm products in says Secretary Wilson, "is j over that of 1906., above that of 1905, above, that of 1904, above that of 19C3 and! above the amount of 1900." the kid: "The poor little privation; one of the j conditions of the wager that he must! MISS MILLS TO WED AN EARL He fidgeted, sulked and fussed So dainty about his meat. He screamed that, his mother must dear is nervous." j Ilot- visit a workhouse, but must sup-j Betrothal of Daughter of Ogden Mills to Lord Granard Announced London, Dec. betrothal is aged to earn at his trade, and announced of Beatrice, daughter of port himself. In the course- of his j walk he explains that he has man-! a sum of has been subscribed Mrs. Ogden Mills of New Have something a fellow could eat. j or collected for him in various ways. York, and Bernard Arthur William He lias worn out ten complete suits i Patrick Hastings Forbes, eighth Earl of clothes, 57 pairs of heavy boots, j Granard of Castle Forbes, County He answered his auntie back, He snapped at his uncle, too, census ,Hft tortured and teascd nnd did as shirts, and socks by the gross, i Longford, Ireland, pleased, Mark is Proud of the fact" that he! A Crack at Barrie. (Orillia Packet.) A London doctor now declares that the daily bath is highly injurious. "I And not what they wished he'd do.jhas "Uerviewed the King on five oc-1 Don't A'me Allaire, the jug- and his wonder, at the Lyceum tonight. And murmured, "The Lord preserve us i" i hope he kissed Hr- Till grandmother raised her eyes, she! did, displayed a keen interest in the task j he has undertaken, expressing the! that he would be successful.! told you they will say in Barrie. But mother remarked, as she kissed! nr' nas twice spoilt a to the j j the kid-: [Kaiser, whilst in Berlis. in Augissli Don't miss Zamloch and Co. at the! "The poor little dear is nervous.'ljand September respectively thisj Lyceum tonight. j A. McCarthy in Life. year- and Iike KinS Edward, the Em-' peror gave him an encouraging mes- sage. To prove his bona fides Mark pro- duced innumerable cuttings from! newspapers of recent dates, giving ac- counts of his remarkable walk, as well as a diary kept by himself, full of interesting entries. On the com-i SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON HARNESS and SADDLES FOR HO DAYS r h I K I t I LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PRICES ON TRUNKS and VALISES ALL NEW GOODS pletion of his journey a book con- itaining the story of his journey will i be issued by a well-known firm of [publishers. Mark, however, disclaims any intention of being a walking ad- vertisement for any newspaper, and! A. E. EASTON CO. tne conditions im- posed he must not sell anything or ask for assistance. He does not walk on Sundays. When ho left our office this won-' derfully active octogenarian, in reply! to an enquiry, said Brighton was his next destination, but he did not ex- pect to reach there until late in the) evening. He cheerfully added that] he could walk five miles an hour, I and would be able to keep it up un- j til he arrived at Brighton. He then proceeded down the High street and along southeast at a remarkable 'pace for a man of fourscore Knowing the popularity and anticipating the de- mand for Leather Goods as Xmas Presents we order- ed a pretty and serviceable line of Fancy and Plain Leather Goods In ladies' handbags, pur- ses, traveling cases etc. Also a fine line of Leather Goods that men will ap- preciate. Lethbridge Saddlery whatever happens, she will fall on I States to Vancouver. B. C., and from her feet.' If her husband dies, she that point to points in the Orient will be able to do something toward and elsewhere. the support of herself and children, j other transcontinental lines, includ- j And we think a woman who has sense j jng thu Kill and Harriman eombina- j and intelligence enough to be self-jtions, declined to comply with the! supporting is always more respected j ruling of the commission and with-! by her husband and everyone. drew their tariffs, substituting in j their places tariffs showing heavy in- There is a vast difference between creases from all point? east to the j a house and a home. The house is but a building and furniture, the out- Pacific Coast, but not beyond. To all intents and purposes this means ward shelter and the gathering place the withdrawal of the American lines of the household. The home indi- cates the kindly family affection, the thoughtful care, ready sympathy, mu- tual confidence, and trust of the mem- bers. A true homo breathes the at- mosphere of love. A child should be made to feel that his home is indeed a home, the happiest place in the world, not merely an outward shel- ter and a resting place, but a centre from the Oriental trade, and most of it will now go via Vancouver, giving the Canadian Pacific a practical mon- opoly with its middle Western rail- way connections of this valuable transportation business. Members of the commission ex- press themselves as puzzled at the attitude of the big transcontinental lines in practically withdrawing from enjoyment, sanctified and purified j the transportation of merchandise by love, the thought and remem- brance of which should be the safe- guard of his life as he goes forth to the world, giving strength and pro- portion to his character.. and freight to the Orient. The great event in every young man's life is his awakening. There comes a time when he's aroused from the dreamy carelessness of boyhood by the opening possibilities of life. If he then drops into indifference and j begins life in an shiftless way, he fritters away his chances. If he comes to a deep, earnest purpose to be his best and do his best, he ar- rives early at the highest rank among equals in business, profession or trade. Enthusiasm leads him to at- tempt the seemingly impossible. En- ergy will achieve tne marvelous. Ef- ship in the chosen sphere. These forces in youth look forward, while age looks backward. They make youth radically venturesome, while age becomes conservatively cautious. Youth may make mistakes, but is do- ing something. Age, less active, may be less mistaken. It is well for en- thusiasm and energy to be guarded by experience, but not to be paralyz- ed by fear. DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.83., 7 to 8 pm From Each Large Selection of Babies Bonnets Mrs Douglas1 DRY GOODS STORE Westmin- ster Road North Ward Could He who premised cur bur- dens should be light if we trusted in Him, and in the matchless sermon -The old question- Shall T Send" This is easilv answered by the suggestive line of GIFTS I CHRISTMAS For ladies and children at our store. This season we hare a particularly fine display of artides that any lady would appreciate. TaKe a L-ooK At TKe Goods J. McLEAY ;