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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMIDOI, ALitftTA, TUttDAY, DECEMBER 21, I Ml. KAUt ThHItK. Find the dealer who handles Progress Brand" Clothing the "Progress Brand" label firmly in you have the knowledge of where and what to buy, that is a power to save dollars and bring lasting satisfaction. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE 01 McGUIRE TO REFORM JOtlE CARR. Will b4 Taken U Nunntry in Al- torta. Kingston, Dec. Carr, he young Toronto girl who wasquiet- y removed from the penitentiary lere last week, was taken by nuns :o reiide with them iu Daysland, Al- This is the girl whose mur- der of the baby she stole froui a Yonge street shop entrance stirred Canada several years ago. She hag developed into an active girl of seven- teen, and is said to be quite reform- ed. The trial judge sentenced her to the penitentiary for an indefinite period, or until it was safe for her to be at large again. The Minister of Justice agreed to her removal pro- vided the nuns who asked for her would keep her in charge. It is un- derstood she will take the veil when she becomes older. Her removal wai kept a secret and took place al Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY. Lost at Several Placet Wave. -A Tidal Rome, Dec. was visit- ed by another earthquake at 9.30 o'clock today. Serious damage re- ported from various towns in the district, tliers-has'been loss of life, notably at Stefaniconi, where three persons were killed and fifteen sustained injuries. The shock was moat severe at Btefanconi. Build- ings were damaged at several other towns, but no casualties had been reported from these points. Dec. tidal EXPEL THE HEBREWS. hirty Families Ordered to Finland at Once. Leave light, out. but the information leakec TO DYNAMITE TUBERCULOSIS. wave swept into this port as the re- sult of the earthquake disturbance The people on the water front were thrown into an indescribable condi tion of fear. The approach of th water was seen, and sharp cries o warning rang out. The people fie from the docks, and the water rush ed into the town- Where sailors could get ashore boats of all kinds were abandoned. It is not known yet whether any lives were lost. A number of fishing boats were swamp- ed, and three steamers in port were more or less damaged. Much mer- chandise piled on the docks was washed away. Brief reports have been received from Palermo, the capi- tal of Sicily. The shocks there last- ed 32 seconds. The telegraph and telephone systems were put out of business, and railroad communica- tion was but the sub- marine cables from Palermo are still working. Finland, Dec. One of the periodic expulsions of Hebrews is now going on in Fin- land. Thirty families have been or- dered to emigrate at once.- The same basis of a narrow interpreta- tion of the law maintains the right to issue individual licenses entitling residence in Finland for six months, these being renewable only at the Senate's discretion. According to the Finnish status Hebrews are forbidden to acquire and hold property, are denied the right of citizenship, and are permitted to reside in Finland only under close restrictions. An exception was made in the year 1850 in favor of two hun- dred families. The late Diet declin- ed to consider a proposition abolish- ing Jewish disabilities. A bill, has been introduced in the present Le- islature at the instance of Finnish HOME LOVE THE BEST We think home love is the best. ?he love that you are born to is he sweetest that you will ever have on You, who are anxious to escape from the home nest, pause a moment and remember that this is so. It is right that the hour should come when you in your time should aecome a wife and mother and give :he best love to others, but that will be just it. Nobody, nol a lover, not a husband, will ever be so tender or so true as your father or mother. Never again after strangers have broken the beautiful bond will there be anything so sweet as the little home circle of mother, father and children, where you were cherished, praised, protected and kept from harm. You may not know it now, ftho was in the sunny days of court- ship. To give children instruction and a bad example is but beckoning to with the head to show them the way to heaven, while you take them by the hand and lead them to perdition. A musical treat for the o tha Eureka tonight. societies for the prevention of cruel- ty, to animals. The bill contains a clause forbidding the Hebrew method of slaughtering animals for kosher meat. Russian Hebrews are using their influence to defeat this mea- sure in the fear that similar action might be taken in Russia. St. Louis Man Claims to covered Method of Blowing Up th Germs. St. Louis, Dec. th tubercular bacillus with acids is the way a St. Louis chem- istxis going after the "bug." Theo- retically these high-fcrce chemicals explode in the blood, turning it black, during which period, the chemist claims, the germs die by the million. Judd Q. Lloyd mastered the secret of combining a. lot of acids with startling names into a germicide. During four years Lloyd has innocu- lated lower animals with his "liquid dynamite. Lloyd has grown enough bacilli to wipe out the whole population of St. Louis during his study of bacteriol- ogy. The cultures were produced in an electrical oven of hia own con- trivance, where he obtained any de gree and regularity of heat. Placing three ounces of bacilli on a glass and focusing upon it th fiercest electrical heat for 10 minutes but you will know it some day. Whomsoever you marry, true and good though you may be, will, after the lover days are over and the honey-moon has waned, give you only what you deserve of love 01 sympathy nd usually much less, never more. SPELL WITH A "U." Toronto, Dec. Seath, Sup- erintendent of Education, has order- ed such words as honor, rigor, favor, etc., to be spelled with a "u" in the new Public school readers. other things too numerous to men tion, which made the bachelor farm- er remember their mothers at homev and the Xmas they used to have there. After supper they had a few hours' swing round at Mr, Benning's. Our postmaster lias built an addi- tion to his house, which gives it a betier appearance and more room. Mr. Vennesland has his big barn finished. Sunday night they had a Scandina- vian literary at Mr. Fallsted's. Where can they have finer Xmas MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE THE THATEN DUO Hiftdus Cottdie Sketch "Hynotising a Wife" 1. Any Barrels to Sell 2. In the Days of Louis XVI. ii. Good Glue Sticks 4 Wood land Tragedy 5. Troubles of a Grass Widower All Feature Birds In Georgia Sing of Prices I5c and 25c Cottuuwas Performance Starting at 7.30 The Arrow lake Orchards 39 This company owns 7000 acres of carefully selected Fruit Land situated in the most favorable location for fruit growing in BRITISH COLUMBIA. These lands are beautifully situated on.the Arrow Lakes where Irrigation is not Required If you were offered a_home situated on the shores of a beautiful ikke or stream, amidst what is acknowledged to be the finest scenery in the world; where bear, deer, goat, grouse and trout abound; where the climate is exceptionally fine and where boating of all kinds may be enjoyed; with the Canadian Pacific boat service passing your door twice every day winter and summer; with guaranteed returns from your land sufficient to ensure you a comfortable living, and with property increasing in value at the rate of 25 per cent per year AH for or Payable in 4 Years WOULD YOU INVEST If to drop a line to M. FREEMAN, Genl Agent Tte kfTQi Lake bUHfe Mterti, Canfc I And you will receive full particulars Beference........Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge the crisp mass was permitted to cool Then it was subjected to alternate cooling and burning for periods o five minutes. After long incinera tion he placed the masses in cultur tubes filled with gelatin, glycerin and cod liver oil. The tubes wer heated and placed in the oven germinating heat. It required onl 48 hours.to produce thousands o bugs. Next he. tried burning and powder- ing them into impalpable dust. New life was developed in 48 hours. Real- izing that some powerful germicide was needed to kill the bacilli, he turned to experiments with acids on the bloods. Studying acids one by one in the process o! elimination, he hit upon a new method of distilla- tion, what to mix at the proper time, and how. unsliine of woman who is happy because she can't help it whose smiles even the coldest sprin cle of misfortune cannot dampen. Men make a terrible mistake when hey marry for beauty, for talents, or for style. The sweetest wives are ihose who possess the magic secret of being contented under any circrju- stances. Rich or poor, high or low, makes no difference; the bright lit- tle fountain 01 joy bubbles up just as musically iu their hearts. Do they live in a log cabin, the fire that leaps upon its humble hearth becom- es brighter than the gilded chandel- iers in an Aladdin palace. Where is the stream of life so dark and un- proportious that the sunshine of a happy face falling on the turbid tide will not waken an answering gleam? Why, these joyful, good-tempered people don't know half the good they do. than in Sunny Southern Al berta. Our postmaster reports 496 pieces of mail matter posted in Barrhill in December. The School Board had a meeting on the 26th of December to look ove the bids received for building th school house, but have not who the lucky one will be. Ther are several bids for the same amoun but they will decide soon who th contract will be awarded to. Happy new year for Herald and its editor and working staff. May it grow to double size and double its subscription list in the coming year. NEW BUSINESS COLLEGE. F. G. of the Garbutt Busi- ness College, Calgary, and Geo. J. Schmidt, principal of the brauch to open in this city on Jan. 4th, came down from Calgary on Saturday. The college will be located in the Staf- ford Block, where the principal may be seen. Mr. Schmidt will be glad to have anyone interested in a busi- ness course call and have the work of the college explained. Anyone starting to. take the course this week will have free tuition until the col- lege opens. Mr. Schmidt .is an ex- perienced -teacher, who thoroughly understands his profession. It is difficult for a woman who has led an active life as housekeeper to become a passive member of her j soil's or daughter's home. She lives her old way best, she longs to show the younger generation how they are wasting their resources. Youth will learn only by experience. It re- sents interference. And so there are misunderstanding, arid unhappi- ness results. A' woman is always happier in her o'.vn home with her own income, however small it may -be, than in the home of another, oven of her own son and daughter, though it be a home of wealth and lavish generosity, where there is an earnest desire to make her comfort- able and happy. LORD'S PRAYER ON PIN HEAD. William L. Stuart, a young man engaged in business in New York city, has performed the seemingly impossible feat of engraving the en- tire Lord's prayer on. the head of an ordinary pin, to which he has added his name and the year, mak- ing altogether 276 letters and fig- ures. Mr. Stuart did the work at odd times during his regular employ- ment, and with very ordinary tools, For Sale-Coal Mine Machinery i 0 Boilers, 150 h.p., 125 Ib. working pressure 2 Second-hand Return Tubular Boilers, 00 Ib. working pressure 2 Ingersoll-Sergeant Class A Straight Line Air Compressors 1 4 Wheel Saddle Tank Steam Locomotive, 42 in. gauge 3 Lidgerwood Electric Mine Hoists, 75 b.p. 4 Jeffrey Electric Locomotives, 36 in gauge 1 Aid rich Portable Electric Miiie Pump, 30 iu. gauge 1000 Hadfield Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels, 18 in. diameter 10 Tons in. Square Soft Steel, new, suitable for making mine car axles All the above equipment in good workable condition and offered for immediate shipment, subject to prior sale. Owing to above machinery having been re- placed by larger equipment, we are prepared to make it to your advantage to investigate fully before pur- chasing elsewhere. Full particulars upon applica- tion to The Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. Ltd. J. B. TURNEY, Purchasing Agent Fermi-, B.C. which seemingly are not adapted to such fine engraving. The pin was set in a block of wood, and a common microscope, costing only about 25 cents, and known as a "linen test- furnishe-l the necessary magni- fying. When man is a succes he claims the credit; when be is a failure he finds some woman to blame for it. Prof. Tremblay at the Eureka to- night. WANTED 100 MEN To get their work done in the Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop FOUR BARBERS NOW WORKING Strictly first-class work done. Electrical treat- ment and compressed air Mi UK totest tfctjs it retorts Ed. Kennedy If You Require Printing The Herald Is After Your Biz Business Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes Programs Statements Receipt Forms Injact, Printing of any kind Let us show how it's done A mother is truly our guardian pint upon earth; her goodness hields and protects, she walks with our infancy, our youth and matur- ng age, even sheltering us with her absolving love, and expiating our nany sins with her blessed prayers. And when our mother, with all her jurden of love, her angelic influ- ence, her saintly care, ceases her Beauteous life, how much we lose of lome, of happiness, of heaven, no one can reckon; for our mother was none but ours, and we only can know how holy she was, how sacred her memory must be. Old age should be well fed, weL dressed, well housed, from the wor- ries of life and the discomforts. It should be placid and gentle and beautiful. The heart free from labor, the mind should expand and the moral strength and wisdowmRWW aged should become a source of moral strength and wisdom to all about them. The old folks should be car- ed for and honored, and above all they should be allowed to have their room and their will, for assuredly they have lived long enough to know what they want. If you wish your children to be respectful to you, then you should be respectful to them. The boys and girls who crc spoken to in a harsh, rough tone of voice naturally fall in- to the habit of responding ia thel same way. Parental dignity andj authority may be asserted with the utmost firmness, and yet without coarseness or arrogance. In fact it' cannot be well asserted in any other way. A rude father or mother is likely to have rude sons and daugh- ters. There is sweet music in every home where the heart strings are touched by gentleness and ci-urtesy. The mild word, the gentle answer, the tender act, the patient considerate- ness, will touch chords of kindness iljr 03 everywhere. A desolate, dreary place ia a home devoid of those lit- tle courtesies which are practiced in the best social life. It is a little thing to show your wife how dear she to you, to of- fer manly, lover-like sympathy and help when she is worn out with the day's cares. Yet these little things go far to make the home a nest of happiness and lo keep the wife what PLEASE PAY WHAT YOU OWE ON SUBSCRIPTION THE DATE ON YOUR PAPER WILL TELL ;