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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta T THI LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, IMt. OF CANADA Capital aH test Grain Draffs with Bills of attached negotiated at any of the 113 Union Bank Branches in Western Canada. Notes discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Bank Money Order. Draft or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Now is the time to open a Savings Account. Interest is paid at the highest current rate and money may be at any time. .00 opens an account. Lethbridge R. Anderson. Manager. Stirling. F Manager. Grassy Lake ft. W. Baillie, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1867 B. I. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allcnyed at current rates. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons and withdrawals made by any one of them or by the survivor. 114 Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager PASSING OF THE COWBOY Barbecue Given by Famous XIT Out- fit Marks the End of Its Active History Marking the passing of the cattle- man andf of the days when, the range was wide and free, the closing bar- becue given by the SIT outfit on the Yellowstone when the last herd of cattle bearing that brand was round- ed up and. shipped east, has a pecu- liar and intimate relation to the his- tory of Montana. The gradual down- fall of the cattlemen is probably the most pathetic part of the great ad- vance of agriculture. For years the cowboy has roamed over eastern Montana at will and his fearless life and picturesque habits are the back ground of the most 'thrilling and in- teresting history of the state. The rapid, influx of population and the growing demand for land by the small homesteader have at last push- ed the cowboy off the map, and with the great opening of northern Mon- tana lands, which is going on now the last days of the free range have been reached. The- Miles City Inde- pendent tells of the barbecue "The closing out of the XIT out- fit marks the passing of one of the big- cattle concerns of Montana and is indicative of the great transforma- tion that is soon to come over the great, free range of the northwest. "The trains bearing 'the beef gath- ered at the last of the big roundups is now on .its way to market and the down and enjoyed an old-fashioned Texas barbecue. "Although the greater part of his life has been spent in the stock busi- NOT A PRAYER WAS OFFERED Undignified Squabbling Between Cler gymen at Funeral in Ontario Vil- Between Deceased and Her Pastor Caused Trouble Hamilton, Ont., Oct. 12. The strange spectacle of a body being in- terred in the Anglican cemetery with- out a word of prayer by two minis- j ters present has caused gossip; throughout the countryside. The in- i cident took place at the funeral of j Miss Fraser, at Greensville. Nine j years ago Miss, Fraser had a dis-] agreement with the Rev. S. Bennett, j her Anglican minister, and before her death she made an arrangement with a Hamilton rector to take charge of the funeral. The Rev. Mr. Bennett notified her that he would not stand being ignored in his own parish, and the Hamilton clergyman consequent- j ly had to step down To fill] the gap the services of a Presbyter- ianminister were secured, and he formed the funeral services at the j house, but at the grave, Mr. Bennett put in an appearance and refused to i allow the Presbyterian minister to officiate in the cemetery, and so it: came about that the body was low- ercd into the grave, the grave filled j in, and the guests had departed with- j out a prayer of any kind being offer- i ed by either of the two ministers of j the gospel present. i New horn, tttichtd to a laundry wagon, became frightened and made a wild daah up Broadway. Spjiog a sign with a shirt on it, the horse plunged.into the laundry, and, ridding itself of the wagon, landed with all four feet upon the lingerie and that a dozen laundresses were sorting. When the horse went through the door, the laundresses went out the windows amid a shower of hot irons, starch and bluing bottles. When the excitement was over, the was found calmly munching a bundle of laundry tickets. It is "a horse of another color" when there is pain in the back, when the legs ache, when the stomach is upset and there is indication of kidney trouble. the famous fruit juice medicine, is giving wonderful results in all cases of weak and strained kidneys. "Fruit-a-tivcs" acts directly on the kidneys, relieving the inflammation, and at the same time, regulating bowels, stomach and skin. 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial box 250. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, District News TEMPERANCE NOTES (Contributed by the W. C. T. U.) W. P- Sprating, D.D., of Baltimore, Md., professor of psychology at the Johns Hopkins University, in his study on "Alcohol and declared that from 20 to 50 percent. oi all epileptics are traceable to the use of alcohol, and from 70 to SO per cent, of all alcoholics have epileptic symptoms in some form or other, REFUND and alcohol causes many forms of epilepsy that are not yet known, par- Buffalo Visitor Learned It Cost' ticularly in crime and strange fits oij BARBER TABER NOTES Taber, Oct. basket social and