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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHMIPOC, ALMHTA. THURfOAY. NOVEMBER M. 1908. Dough OUT DANGER ft taU, Dr. WoKTi ttdidat vHlKMt for Cougha, Coklfl, B Throat, in tke Chart, 0.0 Worth tarl an R; TLraftt Uuigd. o was not so great whm the hired man was rais ed ia tbe neighborhood and under_-Ca nadian ideas of ethics and He said he did not any, the .man insisted, and upon taking it to "a loan of-science hf learned that it was real ambergris, worth ounce- Wlven he realized the value of the find, tlie doctor equipped his er and another voyage, bu he. got caught terjrific- jtorm; 'which--his vessel was nearly lashed to splinters, and he and his crew of New Zealand, is a guest" in the; in- barely escaped with their lives. to make Canada. "Land is; gettijrig; too higKl in New he; ''I have been business and more recently: aess, and I About thirteen for an acre" it is selling .allIhe way from acre. -That is a very great If I of affairs. old land .And cast road. all the stones from Over" the sjde AVe are journeying down jin Upuso. any latchkey. lie will re- never smoke will be innocent of Ife will let the family bareiv escaped wiin iiicir uvus. wt-i :v r i h 10l vc! the quest. '-f f am sure I cau, it will, menu that others will, come froinj the same dis- base in you more than DAO FORGAVE HIM. Admired Son's Pluck and Handed Him a Few New York, Nov. at his on's pluck in defying p'arental au- hority to the extent of wedding the time-I have been here; and.the peo- on nnd settle I am'now on- my way to look at the land aiod I intend the dairy busi- ness on a small scale 'and increase by degrees. "I like Canada. It is the first girl he loved, whether or John Fleming, a wealth y contractor and prominent Tammany Hall man, pie have the free and; those of New Zealand. c You people are away ahead of us raising cat- after his first. anger had cooled some- tie- but you cannot teach what, placed a check for in industry. .us. in hand. "You are all rightf "1 have been over filS SOU -w i c j iy s-airi Flaming. the Cauadian exhibit at'the you bccuubc }ou rjght'aheadthlbition there ;md it was siuiply beau Tiic sunlight'gleams in her shining hair And it'looks like a. silvery crown. Don't natter yourself .-that you are" popular-jihtu; you sec how quickly the world forgets you when you are sick. Then compare with the devotion of the family. If your friend goes wrong, even grievously wrong, it is io desert him. Then, ever docs he need your help, and. on the supposition" that-he has. been y our true friend, he is entitled (o it. Of course, you can neither approve or condone his wrong-doing. It may become your, painful duty to tell him with the utmost candor.'.what you] think of his faults, but never to kick "him while -everybody else is engaged in the -business. To do that re- quires no Imt litxle cheap bluster. A in pre-1 last junCi to .a gra- spokc as follows: you with significance you are! go out of town once every year while he remains, at Home--' .with one knife truyer of youth and innocence, rather than the" one who has been wronged so grievously? We know that lips will curl with scorn, and.society will sneer, if we reach our hands .to the outcast, but God and the angels will be glad, ami H a soul be thus saved. and fork, sleeps, on a '.curtninless bed what matters it? Two ter 7.K and 9.15 p.m. THEATRE duaing -la and married the girl you love. 2 go where you, like ami until you have spent this." The of an obligation not lo, nmrricd itiss (jlaire disgrace on his parents and O'Neil, of Yonkers, in this city who in thc neighborhood. his behaviour tiful. That is where see butter. Canada canJiiiakeVfis butter as New but. "cannot beat good MeUfflc Metallic Shmgtes -before buying We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding CcOs goods in stock' was a guarantee for which is lacking in to Canada for various of these people are but as is shown in juuare not, and it for the farmer to let his .cows-go.Jin- milked and have his crops rot in the field than .have his sons' minds made into "cesspools- and his daughters tie baucbed and flighted for life as ROOSEVELT I Canada advertised while nothing was heard of the. land from where I came. gressivpness of Canada towards her and I kntiw; ;that Jed to no an all-Hhc bweep you can readf) demonstrate a theorem CUims has your .school a'most Wfrtunate course, and in ollj have ever received trust there has As.oci.tior, Attack b St. LQuis, Mo., Nov. 25.-President C- Simmons, of the National Asisbciatibri; has made in public a letter which he has sent to all the members of the association TRAISE FATHER'S 'COUKAGC: j announcing the completiion ot its many niany about people in.'New ate to come here to PROFESSOR ARliAND'S Ihe yesterday Or the San Francisco Rev. G. L. Cady Says "PuritiSrStdck' Dying Out. Boston, Nov. Tn a paper on The Perpetuation of the. i lio lesson i that: has wearied you from tfe dish'panV: Boys, if from this graduation ;you go out into the world to carry wootl'and swill the hog's, ir need be, then has our school failed in its purpose sown the wrong .seed." or mm Office and Factory MM men Telephone 153 VIAW --4 work. The association, says the let-j read at-the union ter, prevented -f 1 dp not base these i-saiarrvS this case alone. The of i_ _ children .had the courage to fac-i i-ub- "from sending any to He disgrace and the- pedlars .of scan- Congress that bad the dni in the years to come iml i-rose- an attack 011 large corporations cute and to "Bcsults far better than we had justice: For doing this expected were obtained. Among the 1 the farmers of tb> country under aiij niost important of these was the visit I obligation and all good piea- will nek- to President Roosevelt, which result- nowleclge this But id_th-s ed. in his vnot sending..any more mes- Uages'to Congress, or; doing anything Pfehat bad the- appearance of being an Place Your Orders for OWING Congregatiotutl chui-chc-s of CHAS.T. BELL WW Sings, Talks aid Danes HAZEL SAMON TW Ckm TAKE TJFE EASY It would be well, if more house- and vicinity, the Rev. G.-.-L. declared stock is committing race suicide. "J he said, "fifty-six church- es which boast of a single child each for last year, and sixty-three which reported twins each." His figures showed churches .which, with membership of with .in 1 _ Jt keepers looked upon life in as philoso phical a way as an old lady of 30 years living in Hampshire, who FRANK The Galloping Major says: T never allow myself over thiiigs I cannot help. to fret take twenty-three a conibined nap, nud sometimes two every day of- my life. I never take my wash- MOVING PICTURES All Feature Pictures One Hour "and a Half Refined Entertainment ing, ironing, country-I have--hearti cases inai.naa me- ui of Attack upon railroads or other.large the Sunday schools, .and ot a _ t- in f.mleavor .societies, ties moral .courngejand sense lot 'duty dis- ofVtbe wno: shouW iia -the bauch other homes. If .thoy their diity; possiby-t A REMARKABLE CASE young people in Endeavor societies, j were able iu a year to "bring :forth six new birtlis into tlie kingdom of God. .V 'Congregational fsuuilies, lie said, or baking to bed with me, and try to oil all thc various wheels of-a busy 'life >vith an implicit rbelief that there is .a brairv aud a' heart to this gi-eat. unh-prse. and that I-can trust them both. A TTN'SPOTTED CHAR A CTER is a good especially ia-.these times, but.rthcre is-some- ceased to perpetuate. thern- Tlie days, when thc family son to..r The inanryou may S'ileirand; dangerous children. not give him your con- fidence or let him gain the confidence of your children till you find he- is worthy of it." Thc OFFENCE iork Sun.) A "Story of .remarkable courage patience shown Thy a blind to church and filled one or Walter G. ;Holmes, manager of Blind, concerning Miss Alice Hollis of Port Huron, Mich. to whfee eureka Chcatrc Next Door to Herald Office thing much valuable. It character, the consciousness of pure, and honorable. Jit'c. This IS a! it: places we look in vain- for children in the church or in the j tress home. The Roman Catholic Church should a past year during the dis-i i and j found wanting, others come has'tried as by fire, ncre and there on Football Match for the championship of Eng- land Illustrated Song. -J..... Beautifully rendered by. Prices lOc aiyi I5c Wanted a Colored Ser- vant The Lurking (ihie Pot Nothing to Declare .Let Me Be Your Romeo ..HYACINTH HAMPTON Performance Stzrtisf at 7.30 eyes sight has been restored after great army Oj children coming up year, nativv born, and-tba priest rsi just" what ho can count upon it ion. each yc-nr, he next year there.: will be ....WITH. jis. mi Guaranteed of. blindness. _ if Miss HolHs wrote Taylor-, wasUsking :Mr. Holmes, who is ,known C0nfirmation. each yc-nr, and he of a particularly the -Wind through the magazine L ws sent free, .to all-blim' in the States. and tlie tniin and her on -board, a steamship ior The crime on a Sunday while tnc parents were awny at ciiurch. Taylor is an Englishman, having .been brought out by the Salvation Army from thc .slums of Londott. He is a man forty years of age. Magistrate Tlnnt tbe prisoner was only ssivcrt from fact that victim was a couple of as of a man than furnncc before. lar morc wreck of. hi? fortune he a uoblc specimen of true manhood! Tjct it aim of every young mati, whithor she Her eyes troated. raft her and found ...that gohlg a crop to harvest.- ,evpry business man, above all things j no doubt that, things be- else, to keep this purity susta.ned.j if niany This is the best in Congregational as [capital which can familios, %vc cotild today! from thc Catholic lamiiu which hc leave to The ftlberta Railway and Irrigation Companj Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET past fourteen years when thc committed. TO ENCOURAGE ATHLETICS chocks so tho proper come. Port Huron alone, hav- ing tags in raised letters attaclnxl to .her tickets and trunk that she could present one when called, for. Miss Hollis Irnew no German, but she had a letter in that language ex- plaining her destination and she PHONE 289 i New York, Nov. E. Sul- (livan, president of the Amateur Ath- I If tic Union And chairman ui MIC of the United States last summer's Olympic gam with a calm face. When the 1'nritan Puritan Church race this department look at the'- list of woflUhy men. infkiential men respited men. who, during thc pastrj Ibpnth oMnvol-ycar have i knri." managed to baden without get much to Wcisen- trouble. There THIS IS A NEW SCHEME Lacombe, Nov. a ago n eek pineal behind who fell prominence to disirrncc simply lie-cause they per- mitted black spots to form upon their character. lots Horth of tlie hilral of ItetBiistBP M, FROM m EACH The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. HAS been Remodelled cher she regained her sight after a rinmber of severe operations. Her es in oui.m.t. -..w.--, Q, London, was today appointed courage m making the ong trip by Mayor McLollan a member of the New York city board of education. Friends of Mr. Sullivan say that his appointment was made by the mayor attracted much attention and Miss Hollis had among her visitors, the Kmprcss of Germany. Miss HolHs returned recently to New York and, who lives on a farm routed from Mr. Rammapo. nwir He in- Eorrawl.Mr- Smith that 1w had pur- chased the farm from Mr. Rummaec, but wished to let it for a year and pot a cheque for from Mr. Smith on account. The slick gentleman with a view to the promotion of stopping to thank Mr. JHolmes letics in the public schools, it sub- for his aid, started on last Tuesday Fre.h Confectionery Proprietor tne new appOiRtee intoned T .or rtas veers. for her home, which she has n she lost her sight when of 13. HUSBAND Much has been OF THE written. Also a few Acre Lots East of cartn about model wife, so have a word for the model husband; of the future. We say "of the future for ists the reason that if be we hare never had pleasure of his acqurtintancc. MI account. j Ihen departed, cashed the cheque and-model husband of the future will walk iiiv ii .J.I. t __ _ niirf has-, disappeared. The- mounted po- on the case and. it is that the swindler will ,on bo behind lice are, now a girl (lo be out with bis wife on a week day. and will not be afraid of a millinery shop. He will even have "change" when asked for it. mid will never al- T7 A QV One-thini cash, one-third 6 TERMo >bAol ninths. boJance 12 months. Interest. H per cent per annum ex- thc Thc ;