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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMftTA. SATURDAY, h% "Bronchitis THE THATEN DUO Coachman I. Doincsofa Fool 2 Bobb? V 3. Mif- chitvom Sketch 4 Waif 5. Women ____ When my Golden Hair Has Turned to Stiver Gray I9c Cflfnw MMMM H 7 M W. W. Handford M THS PHOTOGRAPHER ft ffciteirapfcic Ci WANTED 100 MEN To get their work done ia the LrtfcbriJge Hotel I Barber Shop Strictly work done. Electrical treat- compressed air Ed. Kennedy uoa si Wuriiil tnl vMta, bfcr tt ky tte rf Dr. D. D. My Wmtift prt wW had QMv flOBM MM H WM jot WuW ol Ur. Ptas em (or ay h'uis- the A RCIsAJtICAfttE THE FAITH OF LYMAN ABBOTT Ht Quettiww Man and Lives Ajain Dim Are having Photographic tnMbfes? Call tod witt brfp yon. Our technical staff b always at your strike, aad any qaestioa wit! be cheerfvOy an- swered A.DVJCE QRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially umted TRO U BLE is not ia oar Vocabulary x Printing and Fin- I ishing done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 J lSTew Haven, Conn., Dec. Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott, explaining his theory of immortality a Yale audience in Woobey day, told of an experience he had had at the bedside of a woman par- ishoner of "his. Trae cri- i tically ill and had been sumoned to the bedside.. When the physician had pronounced her dead every one in the room knelt in pray- (From the Dorkiag Advertiser.) Mark All, the octogenarian triao, who is endeavoring Co accom- plish the self-imjxwed "task of tout- ing the world lour times in ten years, equal to looked in at the. office of the Dorking' and Leath- c-hcsd Advertiser on his way through Dorking. A tall, active and muscular man, Mark All informs us that he "was .born on June llth, 189B, at Greenwich. Adopting engineering his profession, lie was thrown out of employment during the strike of 1837-96, and was subsequently unable to obtain work on account of the "too old at 45" idea, which led to the exemption of men over that age from the provisions of the original Employers' Liability (Compensation) Act. It was in order to demonstrate the fallacy of "this misconceived no- tion that Mark Alt started from Flett street on" August 6th, 1900, on his long walk, should he prove 8W M tak bat WoosYs I tried boat- k I fOt Wm ft twioa Dr. fowd rsasift w wdthsi of it w slwrnyt Mfi w hooM." U it.' a yellow wrapper, tMM MSA, the 25 eU. Be Md auasft ol Ma> INDIAN POLITICS How the Bitter Campaign Is Conducted Nineteenth Century.> ATjONK WITH MOTHER Do aot we the when "the ware oiit, or we, not uotiker iwa ua m her dnrv- lug room, or work or took us out tor'a little walk alone? Not that we did not u> romp and pUy. Not did uoi appreciate to "the full the pittaics tnd other iamily expeditious which took place from tiaie to time; but there was enjoy- ment of very deeper in tboie quiet with the remembnmcti of which lias lasted half a-lifiitime. There a very real dmv that the mother of a large family may tutver fully come to know her children, and gain thai influence over them for good individually which is so desirable thai mother should have. We do to say that it is absolutely impossible for a woman TO become-' the confident and friend of her children unless she some short time alone with each. Only in this way can feel the security of his or her ownership of that pre- cious mother. The stern realities of life permit only short seasons re- creation, and it is only by planning judiciously the arrangements of time 115 THEATU T I G H T ZAMLOCH CO. ANNE ALLAIRE Tkc Clek SwUgcr WOO Feet of Moving Pictures Two Illustrated Bongs er. A fevr minutes later the physician applied an electrical instrument: There was a quiver of the eyelids, sucessful as he sanguine hopes of doing, stales that he will're- ceive a sum OL from certain Lo.idou newspapers, and other personsv who have interested them- selves in the feat which he has set himself to accomplish. "What have you accomplished so asked _pur representative. ''L have covered miles, and Hatred, suspicion, are the feelings vwhich are today the most pronounced on the part of In- dians coA-arJ the ruling rioe. l-n-j scrupulous agitators scour ihs c-jm-j try and'do "their utmost to; spread their pestilential opinions. They do not hesitate, to tell their credulous listeners that, the Government delib-1 erateiy spreads plague in order.-to and divisions of labor that a busy inptlier can insure a child his right- ful portion of her company. MAKING HOME HAPPY. Let every parent" instill into the minds-of the children the principles of' cheerfulness, gener- and making others home so attractive that 'the on the warned His disciples to take no thought whet they should ew, and rebuked Martha be- cause she was fretful.and cross, and all out-of sorts in trying to get up a feast for him, any, approval of the "much the relays of china and silver, and the ceremonious attendance of the present day, or a word of commendation, for the cheer- ess, worrying Marthas, who bake and brew, and fry and stew, and wear_ themselves out- with self-imposed ca- tering for morbid appetites. the, woman opened her eyes and was soon sitting up in bed. She liv- there remains still to do." ed-for two years and then died "And whenr do you expect, to corn- bring about a decrease in the popula-i ion and that the virus of the fell isease is carefully instilled in the for, the furtherance of_this__Am- able purpose.. Cholera and smallpox are equally employed as vehicles for he same vile 'end; and in of the latter proof is obvious from the operation which Government denominates vaccinationL.Sugar and a different ailment. Dr. Abbott continued: physician explain this? I VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS ry Wilson Can Only Express It In Billions Washington, Dec. 19. Billions of bushels of farm products, valued at the extraordinary total of were produced in the -TJoited States in the fiscal year of 1908, ac- cording to the annual report of the Secretary of Agriculture. The val- ue of farm products last year, Secre- ttober Avhen I shall be eight months Can any Can any- ne explain the mystery of life and Other things he said were: "If --a man dies shall he live again? I .hint not. I do not think there is any evidence to support the theory; but -L believe that man does not die if he has life really in him. Frankly am not certain that this applies ta; all men. "I am not attempting to -prove the theory of immortality, but to con- fess my faith and define it. I do not >elieve in death and a resnrrection- If death does exist then man of all the creative things, dies unripe and incomplete, for no man in this world tary Wilson declares, was four times the value of the products of the mines, including minerals, oils anc and precious metals. "The he said, "contrib- utes 67 per cent, of the raw materia used in those manufacturing Indus tries which depend mostly or consid erably upon agricultural materials and those industries use 42 per cent of all materials used in all indus John D. Rockefeller may be th richest man in the world and his income may ran up millions but as a mathematician he can hardly be placed in the same class Secretary Wilson, who deals with billions and scarcely mentions millions in discussing the farm pro- ductions of this country. "The value of farm products says Secretary Wilson, over that of 1906, above that of 1905, G19.000.000 above that of 1904, SG 1.000.000 above that of 1903 and above the census amount of 1900." has ever reached full fruitage." THE AMERICAN CHILD. He harried the household cat, He worried and whipped do He sat on his auntie's hat, He caught and he killed a frog. He lamed with a sizable stone The best of his uncle's chickens, He broke the bed, and it may "be said, With truth, that he raised the dick- in front of iny time. In a cheerful and intelligent man- ner Mark'proceeded to relate that in she course of Ics walk he had toured Europe, Asia, Africa and America visiting the following Continental countries: Germany, France, Russia, Switzerland, Belgium, Portugal Spain, Holland and Italy. Whilsl touring through Siberia he was taken prisoner at Toblesk his being a political spy. Despite his -repeated assurance to cor? trary, and the production of pass- ports, he was detained three weeks arid chained to the -wall of the cell After continued protestations on hi part the authorities wired to the Bri tisli Ambassador at St. Petersburg through whose instrumentality h was liberated. Out of gratitude fo his release Mark subsequently walk ed to St. Petersburg and thanked th Ambassador in person for his kind lour for in ,the baz-aars are im- pregnated with the blood of bullocks in order that the high caste vegetar- ion Hindus may be defiled. The em- ployment of compressed paper- lets in the shape of coins wherewith to teach children to count is suffi- cient proof that the powers, that be intend to withdraw all metal coin from circulation and issue tokens oi leather and pigskin in order that the religion-of both Mohammedans anc Hindus may be' destroyed. It is dif- ult to argue people so cred ulous and childish as this. But- it is useless to blink "our eyes at the fact that the people at large are.satr urated with ridiculous, ideas kind and that sooner or Jater the feelings engendered tby the dissemin- ation, of the vilcs misrepresentations must inevitably be represented by characteristic action. What, .it may be asked, does the Indian patriot look forward to, if his magnum opus is achieved and the English turned out of his country? From, the present Secretary of State and girls will find more pleasure here than elsewhere. Give the boys a "pretty room; pictures and orna- ments have a tendency to re'fine them. Give your children gooa and whole- some ior the character of a child is greatly influenced by the books he reads. After reading "the book of a noble-and unselfish, man the children will try to emulate it. Music and flowers brighten the home An intere'sting game will add much to the pleasure of anv evening. Read- ing aloud is both pleasant and in- structive. Let the conversatio'n at the table always bright and chfiir- just here, let us say, culti- vate an excellent deportment at the table always, for however polished you may -be, if your table manners are neglected they will surely betray you. Let each member of the house- hold do all in his power to make home the brightest and happiest place on earth. economy become the ohief end and aim of existence, a sort of domestic god, before which all must bow down, thT happiness of the home is likely to be sacrificed. '-'Every ex- penditure that give pleasure is held in abeyance until such a time as the family feel that they "can af- ford and, as a rule, this time never comes, and the pleasure is re- linquished. Kings may rule nations, yet wo- man's deft hand may prepare the dish that-rules the king. A girl who is Drought up to earn living never will "just set- .e down to nothing." She un- erstand the value of money, having crned it, and can give her husband wise counsel 'and sympathy in his business difficulties: She can take ntire charge of the money expended or'the house, and do it in such a GIVE UP ORIENTAL TRADE American Transcontinental Lines Practically-Withdraw from that Business Washington, Dec. Canadi- an Pacific Railway Company, a for- eign corporation, is the only -rail- doing business in., the .United States with the Orient which has with "the ruling oi the In- Xmas Presents Cut Glass Sterling Silver Fancy Goods Leather. Goods Ebony Goods Silver Cased Goods Goid and Silver Novelties Fountain Pens Etc., Etc. A. Wright, The Jeweler ness. He says that on several oc- for India downward we have but one lie. attacked by wolves ens Tm raised her eyes, she in And murmured, "The Lord preserve I But mother remarked, as she kissed the kid: poor little dear is nervous." He fidgeted, sulked and So dainty about his meat, He screamed that his mother must Have something a fellow could eat. He answered his auntie, back, He snapped at his uncle, too, tortured and teased and did as he pleased, and when passing through' Switzer- land be was lost in a snow drift for clays, while during his journey Uirough Spain he was attacked and stabbed with a knife. These are only a few of the exciting experiences he has passed through, for he has been robbed on five different occasions, and twice run down by motor cars.j He has endured much privation through hunger, it being one of the conditions of the wager that he must not- visit a workhouse, but must sup- port himself. In the course of his walk he explains that he has man- aged to earn at his trade, and a sum of has been subscribed or collected for him in various ways: He has worn out ten complete suite of clothes, 57 pairs of heavy boots, 25 shirts, and socks by the gross. Mark is proud of the fact that he conception 01 the situation. reed hardly ,be stated, is that chaps, rapine and bloodshed would cover the land A stalwart Sikh chieitaii when asked his opinion on this sub- ject replied with a. sardonic smile that in three weeks there" would not. be a virgin or a rupee left in Bengal. A Crack at Barrie. (OriHia Packet.) A London doctor now declares that the daily bath is highly injurious. "I told you they vrill say in Barrie. Don't mtu Zamloch and Co. at the Lyceum tonight. And not what they wished he'd do. nas interviewed the King on five oc- casions, and says his Majesty has displayed a keen interest in the'task he has undertaken, expressing the Till grandmother raised her eyes, she; did, And murmured, "The Lord preserve But mother remarked, as she kissed the kid: Kaiser, whilst in Berlin, in August "The poor little dear is nervous." and, September respectively this nope that he He has also woiold be successful, twice spoken to the A. McCarthy in Life. i 4 I SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON HARNESS and SADDLES FOR 30 DAYS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF i l I BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PRICES ON TRUNKS and VALISES ALL NEW GOODS A. EASTON