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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMIDOI, ALitUTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER M, INI PAOf. THRU NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY One Night Only MONDAY EVENIN One Night Only NOV. 30 SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE Tuesday, Dec. 1 The Great LA VARRE and Company Presenting tteir PALACE OF MYSTERIES Opening lor Week ALSO THE NORINNE MILLS THE GIRL WITH THE MIRROR Latest, Moving Pictures Illustrated Songs High-class Music Citizen's Band in Attendance LIVED GARBAGE Daughter of -Wealthy Milwaukee Family Tells Pitiful, Tale in Police Court Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. myder, a daughter of wealthy family testified in the Minneapolis police court that she had leeently bcetf eating from 'the garbage cans to keep from starving She been .living in a cheap lodg- ing house on Washingtout avenue south with her husband, who, -5! testified is Dr. C.' Lewis Snyder, graduate of the Physicians and Sur geou's' college. According to .the woman's testimony, her -.parents are wealthy and her two young children are now in. their care. Evangelical Church to Be Opened at Warner on Sunday. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco at the Lyceum. All The Wheat That's Good-To Eat the flour that makes Mooney's Biscuits. Pure rich milk and country butter add to their food value, just as it makes them more delicious and appetizing. Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas are perfection because everything about bakery, the ingredients and the absolutely faultless. The air-tight, moisture-proof boxes bring Mooney's to your table just as they come from the inviting, tasty. Your grocer should have MOONEY'S. THE MOONEY zer their custom to the .offending fir.-n. Yet there was no doubt .that in many cases cheques were intended to be advertisements, and the name, of'tie paying banker was the. least con- spicuous pftrt of the cheque. These "freak cheques" occasioned not only groat Inconvenience, but loss of the Clearing House ought to have power to' decide what size cheque it would clear. As regarded present business con- ditions, a period of abnormal activity has followed by depression and stagnation. It was for statesmen t consider how far in the endeavor 10 effect social 'mprovement burdens could be laid on the industrial com mr.niiy. He thought that presa'n they were too much given to sion, and ought to look for the lining. Generally the prospects hopeful. WAS IN BED FOR THREE MONTHS. PEOPLE SAID SHE HAD CONSUMPTION.- CANADA'S BANKING SYSTEM B. E. Walker at the Chamber of Com- merce Banquet in New York.) Bead how Mrs. T. G. Buck, Bracebridge, Ont, vraa cured (and also her little hoy) by the use of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. She writes: I thought I would write and let you. know the benefit I bare re- ceived through the use of your Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. A- few years ago I was so badly troubled with my lungs people I had f3onsumption and that I would not live through, the FalL 1 had twc doc- tors'attending me and they were very much alarmed about me, I -in bed three nionths and when. I got up I could not walk, had to go on my hands and knees for three weeks, and ray atemed of ho ose to me. I gave up all of ever Siting better when I happened to see in B.B. Almanac that Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup was good foe weak lungs. I t 4h5sghi--I would try a bottle and by the countries imelhad used it I was a lot better, to got more and it made a complete cure. My ittle boy alao troubled with weak ungi and it cured him. I keep it in the louse all the time and would not be with- mt it for anything." Price 25 cents at all Beware of of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Ask for it and insist on getting he original. Put up in a yellow wrapper and pine trw- tha mark. "I have already spoken quite too long and I shall trespass further on, your patience only for a few minutes. I was particularly requested to say something regarding our banting sys- tem, but I have so recently spoken to the American Bankers' Association re garding, yours that 1 hesitate to refer to the subject aguin, further add to ray remarks at Denver regard- ing- what Alexander Hamilton hat tried to do in banking Tor the United States, tho fact that when you threv his system overboard we picked it u] and based our first charters largelj on the charter of the first United Stated Bank', and that we have clung to this, building it up to suit our purposes, until we have a system, j which, whether suitabfe for other NO PATROL WAGGON IN W1NN1- PEG or not, admirably serves our "purposes both as to the individ- ual and as to the nation as a, whole. REGIMENT TO DISBAND. Chatham. Ont., Nov. a woli fouiuled that the 24t Rr-iiimt-nt ln-re will disband owing to the troubl'- between officers and non- c-ommissioned officers, due to alleged [slight of latter in connection with he trip to in connection with MAM1LTOW, OTTAWA, tYOWtY, CALCMkRY, VANCOWVSR. PrRFCCTlON (Toronto Saturday Night.) It is a remarkable fact that Winni- peg, now a city of over a hundred thousand has not a singlt r lice patrol wagon. When a drunken or disorderly person is arrested the stroets of Western metropolis, the policeman -imply grabs the and drags and hustles him along to the "coop" leaving his own beai un- guarded in the meantime. One 5 as only to recall some of the stirring ar- rests made in by-gone days in little old home vill.ige to realize excitement of ruch a scene. Winnipeg new.-papors, however, sa that the people there are disgusW with the degrading spectacle of intoxicate! people being hauhi along the sidewalks of the city, .w The difference between the two coun- tries, stated'in the smallest compass, is that instead of about indi- vidual banks we have thirty banks with branches, and these banks being few in number, and each large in capital and importance, they are trusted to manage their own reserves to issue credit notes, to hold the de- posits of the being selected "as the cluef banker for all important povermnent o open branches in foreijrn coun tics, thus developing not only a Io- but a threat irtnrnationrJ. force in ho finances and trade of the conn ry." MR. HAGEL INTERVIEWED (Calgary Albert an.) Mr. E. Hagel, proprietor bt the Lethbridge News, one of the leading newspapers in Southern Alberta, was iii the city yesterday. He reports Lethbridge in a very "flourishing con- dition and everything going along nicely. "In speaking of politics, Mr. Hagel, being the proprietor of the Conser- vative paper, was quite pleased with the. election of Mr. Magrath in the recent election, though he..admitted- that the majority was to a great ex- tent due to the personal popularity of the candidate. The resignation of Mr. Simmons has caused a vacancy in .egislature, which it is expected will be filled before the approaching ses- sion. D. McNabb, of Taber, has been chosen by the-labor men, and the two old parties have taken no ac- tion as yet. "It looks as if the older parties would take no part in the struggle and leave it to the labor candidate without said Mr. Ha- gel. However, nothing has been decid- ed in the matter. MARYLAND QUARANTINED. Nov. Depart- ment of Agriculture, today ordered a quarantine against the entire State of Maryland- so far as cattle and sheep, etc., are concerned, on ac- count of the appearance of foot and mouth disease. MARRIED AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat Times: On Friday morninc. thn Ortth nt. t IMer Class Vocal Instrumental Recital BY THE HAYDN CONCERT PAKTY luesday lert, Bee, 1 In Wesley Church ARTISTES Stfriit Miss Urafc ArdKT Pnpil of Wm. Sh.ifeespeare lissCiwie CARLY CLOSING BY-LAW AGAIN. Maclood. Alberta, November Mr. Justice Stuart chanted n rule ni.-i at tho Court Houso in Macleod this morning on the applied ion of Mr. CharUs F. Harris, compel for Robert Sage, for tho purpose of quash- ing the early closing by-law, in an tpplication for (vrtiorari in the mat- ior of a conviction under the by-law. It will bo remembered that this matter lately befooi Mr. Justice Harvey in Lcthbridge, who referred the matter to Mr. Justice Stuart, in gnra'iion of an ijrban police system, system. residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. .T. Few- ings, Dr. Chas. E. Smyth, medical This is an excellent illustration of superintendent at the Medicine Hat the fact that the West is growing so'Kcncral hospital, and Miss Sarah Mc- rapidly in n physical sense that con- ventional clothing can't be made enough to fit it from day to day. But the West need'nt worry about that. As long as its sturdy growth con- nothing can stop will have all the essentials of civiliza- tion, even if it has to do without a few of the frills for a while. Kinlay, Indy superintendent, were quietly married hy the Rev. .T. w. Morrow, and" left on the 6.-10 train for the east. They sail on the Em- press of Britain for the Continent and will be away for two months. Charlie Bell gives you something tonight at the Lyceum. OR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to to 8 tr. Aittw Of the Toronto Concerts Pupil of F. Blachfonl Esq. Miss JESSIE ANDERSON MR. ALBERT ELY PI. Store Prices if Sfcad 75c ;