Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LVrttllRIftGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, January LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD W. A. PHONE: Editorial, Ntwa Dtpt. 1224 is woraan t? lure replied DnsUn Stax, "indi-: which have" arisen therefrom. the strong. She caces -a degree or caution which the of manr amusing returned .from her 23rd sea- jy'aqcoimts for youd subseaucnt suc-jcHIents 'in the careers'of both men, Son in lhe atltumn fore8t .a rc- cess.V rsays the Prince Albert Plerald. Both j_____ 'are Irish r.nd'embueil with the sense "What is Biggins' grievance against" humor for :s noted. At the time when the Hon. .Mr. Daiy was minister of the interior! in the .Conservative .Cabinet, .he was travelling on .the Al- bert branch "when, a man csine up. to ter's studio in London. He had heard lie ifailroaci company V cord', of 28 deer to her credit. Mrs. Judkins-.shot ter. first deer when a girl of 15, while in the woods in search of partridge in her iof Gilead. coach and said: "How is it, Mr, Nolan, that you have not clone; line. He put on and the other that after he air and drew near the canvas Whistler on board the train he loses time was completing. by stopping at other stations." "That ain't drawled the hum- orist: "it ain't bad. Only here ..in the made as, if to rub out and tne cloud effect in the corner. "I'd dojiy. i 'lllc Minisier of the Interior grasp- away with that cloud If I were don't. the situation In a Hash and not-: Whistler cried out nervously "Gatfj have kissed and its possibilities for a joke on hisj sir, be careful there! Don't you sec j braced three times this evening 10 friend Nolan, For.many years it has. been the cus- tom of Captain Cyrus Chase of West Harwich. Mass.. as scon-as a snow- ill, .til. .MJItUI, LIUIL VUU llilti; IIUL UU1IU Jack lat the lawn wllh tha-c case which wrolc d-Ethel must love each other to take up for '.storm is over to harness'his horse in the paint is not dry." "Oh. that don't said -Mark; "I've got my gloves on." a snow plow and clear paths around the homes of widows, women whose husbands are away from old men who are too feeble.to clear'their paths. Incidentally, he clears idewalks as he goes along from Sl'.o'.isc to house.'-As usual, alter the my tfnowleclse. j "WcSJ. that certainly was a pretty last storm. Captain .Chase was out at t that's different. TJeing: rank case of yours and we going his rounds, [rich 'belles, they are afraid of each.very favorable impressed with either; other. yon-or the amount of mosey you Linossier has recently .reported to -sent. We are not.in the'iaw business jthe Academle de Mcdecme-do Paris Rusty Tom, wouiiin'r it; for the goori of our health, so yon j gome interesting experiments with re- Red Cross Drug and Book Co. McCREADY SAGE The The P.P. PHONE 555 Continuous Service No Faith in Posponements Just when Mrs. Ackroyd had finish- ed packing her trunks and bo ef youse could uet all de ent'hed bettor come through with. somejgnrd to the nophrotoxic action of var- liam Ackroyd had bought railway tick-1 drink youse wanted by jist money jf you v.-aiu such a case-ious meats. By subcutaneous injec- ets for her nnd their two 'lectric button. that attended to." jiion of an aqueous extract of; hashed title Bessie came down with Tir'ed sure I; The man replied that he had sent meat he has 'been able to pro- mise of whooping cough. The doctor; :somebody to press de buttons-ai} the money that was asked for and I duce albuminuria in -rabbits and positively refused to let the child startjfer me. [appeared T-iite thuntlerstriick at his'guinea pigs. The minimum dose on a long journey, and even if he had! i supposed soHcHor's tone of speech, jnecessnry to cause the condition s very variable, even when the of meat is used to pre- pare the extract, a fact which must be attributed as much to a difference in the renal resistance of various ani- mals as to variations in the toxicity of the meat. Albumimiria appears very nnlckly after the injection and only lasts a few hours. bought it safe for. the little one .to- 'I' you in favor of the high xolan was shortly afterwards sur- eave home, he assured Mrs. Ackroyd! iff or a low asked the suffra- that she would not be permitted ahe the patient into a hotel anywhere.! V'l answered the "Isn't it a tiie distressedJyoung recmtt. "Which would you ady wailed. "Here we are with every i consider the more thing in our trunks and husband i -------1 lias even bought our berths in ths; at first sight always prised to get a leter from a client apologizing for not having sent alon very more money, and enclosing a rem- iiian'ce, with an urgent pica that the lease be taken up forthwith. Some 'time later .Mr. Daly informed Mr. No- sloeper." "It is unfortunate, but I don't know makes an unhappy marriage. I don't know. after this incident what you can do except sit down and lovc r'Pen into friendship, wait for four or five days. It may be( safe you you then to start away." I When her husband got homo tbatjtne eioquent agent, vening Mrs. Ackroyd was weeping.; "No." replied Mr. Siriou evening "Don't, take it so hard he said. 'Mt might be a good deal worse. Our one is likely to get along all right. The doctor says the case isn't an unusually severe one. and 'when I telephoned him this afternoon he said he thought St. might be safe fur yon to start away by tlic ewl of the "I know. He told me the same of the joke. About a year Ever. Mr. Nolan was at Lethbridge, when la man came up to him and nddress- fing him as Mr. Daly, said: "When "Can I sell yon this inquired jwill' T get my patent from the de- ipartment of the Interior for my home s Barker. I stead, the duties on which have been "Bat you seem jcompleted for a Jonp time." liwas. And I haven't the faintest] Mr. Nolan saw his chance to even irten that the author can write as in-.jthe score. He replied: "Do you think as you can talk." jwe are running the Interior Deparf- _'...-. Iraent for the cood of our health? Tf gohl output laar. year, ar-iyo.i want homestead patents you will oordihs to geological survey figures jhave to tiip down and grease our paw. It was unkind of the veteran com- poser, Max Bruch, after being onricci so grave an authority as Grove's "Dictionary of Music and Musicians" which assigns Vienna, September IT. 1P07. as the time and'place of the sad event, to insist, on conning to life and even on: writing a new violin concerto wftJcli is said to be a very fine work. He is now 7.7, and for some years has refrained from composition, but evi- dently his inspiration Js by no means wae Nvorth the largest the record yar. lut fcusy and send us something worth exhausted. The Grove obituary is ami then we can consider of locus a non luceudo.