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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1908 NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY one Night. Only LYCEUM ^^^^^ ^"'^ MONDAY EVENING NEXT, NOV. 30 SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE . . Tuesdog, Dec. l - Grond vauaeville opening for weeK The Great LA VARRE and Company Presenting their PALACE OF MYSTERIES ALSO THE NORINNE MILLS ^ THE GIRL WITH THE MIRROR ^ Latest Moving Pictures Illustrated Songs High-class Music Citizen's Band in Attendance LIVED ON GARBAGE Daughter of Wealthy Milwaukee Family Tells Pitiful Tale in Police Court Minnoapolis, Minn., Nov. 2G.-May jBiiyfioT, a divughti-r of ai woult.liy Milwuukue family testified in tlip Mil-nic'apoli.s police court tlial slic had locently bfi-ii fating from flic garbage cans to IvOcp from Ktiirviug. Slic lias been living in a clicap lodging lionsi; on Wasliingtoni avenue south with her husband, who, she testified is Dr. C. Lewis Snyder, a graduate of the Pliysiciuiis and Surgeon's college. Aeconliiig to the woman's testimony, her iJiirenl.* are wealtliy and )ier two young children are now in their care. The Kcw Evangelical Church to Be Opened at Warner on Sunday. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco Earthquake." at the Lyceum. All The Wheat That's Good To Eat is in the flour that makes Mooney's Biscuits. Pure Hch milk and country butter add to their fo6d value, just as it makes them more delicious and appetizing. Mooney's Perfeetfon Cream Sodas VLTt perfection because everything about them-the bakery, the ingredients and the packages-are absolutely faultless. The air-tight, moisture-proof boxes bring Mooney's to your table just as they come from the ovens-crisp, inviting, tasty. Your grocer should have MOONEY'S. "FREAK CHEQUES." Sir Felix Sc+iuster Speaks on Danger From Forgery. London, Nov. 20.-Sir Felix Schuster delivered his inaugural address as jjiesidi'iit to the Institute of Hanker-5. He regretted a tendency against wr't-iiig. Signatures were impressed with rubber stumjjs and QllOquos were typewritten. How, he said, would fliey guard against forgery in sxich cases? ITe doubted wJie(li,/r public coitipaiiie.s were authurizi'd by tlieir articles to ;ign ciiequi's vitli a rubber stamp, and he asked why they siiould wait to take action until some case arose wliicli had to bo taken into the cou.-t. He also iidvoeated cooperation as to the size of cheques, which now seem-'d to vary belween that of a new.*-paper and that of a visiting card. He could not see the value of a cheque as an .idvertisemc-nt, and did not think the clerks who liandled them would be induced by it to trntis-ier their custom to the offending fir.i). Yet there was no doubt that in many cases cheijues were intended to be advertisements, and the name of Wo paying hanker was the least eci-spicunus part of the cheque. These "freak eheque.s" occasion,'d not only great Mieonvenience, but loss of liiiie, iiiid the Clearing House ought to have pow(;r to decide what size checpie it would (dear. As regarded present business con-ditifins, a i>eriod of abnormal activity has been fnllnwed by depression and stagnation. It was for Htaiesmen to consider how f.'tr in the endeavor ro eff(>ef. snei.'il �ini>rovemcnt burdens