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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Scomber 2S, 12 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace 9 A MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE LETHBRIDGE We want everybody in the City who pays for board to have one meal at our Cafeteria in order to know about our service and menu. We are confident we can please you. Our chef is the best. Our set vice and equip- ment are unexcelled. We give you good value for your money. To introduce ourselves we will give somebody A Meal Ticket Free Every Day Every 'receipt from the cash register is numbered automatically. A draw will be made fronl these receipts and the number will be posted in the dining room every day. The person whose receipt number tallies with this ticket will receive the meal ticket. You have the appetite. We can satisfy it. Lets get acquainted. The Self-Service Cafeteria Basement Dominion Block, Opposite the Court House "YOU HELP YOURSELF, SO IT SERVES YOU RIGHT" LATEST MIRACLE I MODERN SURGERY DOCTOR SUCCEEDS IN TRANS-., PLANTING AN APE'S STOM. ACH INTO AILING HU- MAN BEING SANK BESTOWED ON BOOTED OXEN Sf f, Action of New Mikado Similar to That Prev- lent in European f- Countries., :'Ey Ex-Attache in the Chicago Tribune Emperor Yosh! Hito's action in be- stowing court and nobility rank upon the booted oxen which drew the big; uvo wheeled hearse containing the body of the late mikado ou the first 'Stages of the journey to its final resting- pluce near Kioto, constitutes one of those touches of the orient which, despite all the wonderful as- similation by the Japanese of western ideas, remind us that "the east is east and the west is west, and never, the twain shall meet." There is something just as barbaric in the notion of Gen. Nogi, the hero of Port Arthur, immolating himself in order to escort in tlis world beyond On account of removal to new premises, we are rent- ing present location, (2nd Ave., Opp. City Hall.) Two fitted offices, warehouse, concrete base- ment, elevator, furnace, good show windows. Apply to that sovereign whom he had served joyed every conceivable luxury, inchid ,'ith so much devotion in life as there is in bestowing high otlice upon brute oxen. But when it is'bore in mind that one (be greatest pergunagcs of (ho im- perial household bears the title of "lord in waiting to the musk cat" it will be appreciated that, although the court of Tokio is patterned in things upon those of Berlin, Vienna, and St. James, yet the one is Asiatic and the others are of Europe. Honors of Reverence. Ii, must be understood thoroughly that the honors thus conferred by the new ruler of Dai Nippon upon these funeral oxen have been granted in a. spirit of profound reverence. They have nothing whatsoever in common with that viceroy appointed two of Ins favorite dogs as members of the privy council of the Emerald Isle, duly ad- ministering to them the oatli of office and causing thereafter the words "Hight Honorable" to be prefixed to j their respective names. i Lord Townshend did this by way showing hia contempt for the island ing stalls of ivory halters and clothing set with gems, their perfect- ions after death being (Commemorated by statues of gold. Tho great Duke of Wellington erect- ed at his country seat of Strathfields- sayu' a stately mausoleum, co-sting some tor the entombment of Copenhagen, the charger whicii lie ridden throughout the battle of Wa- terloo, remaining no less seven- teen hours in. ilie saddle without dis- mounting. Sherman "Honors His Charger Gen. Sherman' erected a. handsome I marbhi monument thirty feet in'height to OIK; of the horses which lie rode in the civil war, and Field Roberts has a splendid granite tomb for his favorite white charger, which, after, carrying him throughout the Afghan war. and during the mem- orable forced inarch from Cubiil to Canadnhar, decorated on its re- turn to by Queen Victoria with the war medal and the Candahar star. Honors were likewise Paris, Sept. man's stomach has been removal replaced with I ho stomach of an anthropoid apr, which is, of course, an ape very close to a man in the rising scale'of de- velopment- So joy oils I IIP recipii'iil of Hit IKMV stomach Uml at the first oppur 1 unity he became intoxicated. Nat urally the ape' had never tasted Ii mior and the stomach lie gave was si healthy that it did not suffer by be- ing drenched in alcohol. This remarkable operation and re- storation of the part tlie lirst of ils kind, was performed In Dr. Koulies, a famous surgeon in the hospital at Agon, 73 miles southeast of Hordcuux. The news of it has ex cited intense interest here, not null among surgeons, but unions those whose stomachs ami'consequently di- gestions have been ruined by disease or excessive eating and drinking. In- ilee-d, at the nioiutiii, many an old honvivaiit is ready to exchange stom- achs with a healthy gorilla or even a chimpanzee. Way a Farmer The patient of Dr. Uoulies was farmer, 27 years of age, whose stom- ach was worn out and worthless. With the most delicate skill and the nicest knowledge of anatomy the sur- geon opened the patient's abdomen, and tying the great arteries as the operation proceeded, took out the usidrss stomach, and in its place sew- ed the ape's stomach. After twenty- live days of treatment tlie cure was complete the young fanner ieit the lospital, and as if to test his new slcmat'h, went on a spree- Dr. Roulios speaks with certainty of the benefits his new operation will confer on mankind of the ape, he has nothing to say. He will tit-scribe the operation in a communication he will present to the French academy of me- dicine. GRIZZLY BEAR HEAD OF SURVEY SAVED HIM- SELF BY FEIGNING DEATH Calgary, Alui., ;-'el't. K. C. f'bipmati, chief of a Dominion iiit'nl .survey parly, camped on Miner- al Creek, 30 miles west of in the Selkirk range, had a tx- citing experience with a female by two cubs, THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED 1855 Rccoi'il of Progress I'oi' Five 190G 1911 Capital S U Reserve Deposits ......___ Loans Investments Total Assets Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all the Principal Cities In the World. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at all branches. Interest allowed at hlohest current rate. Lctlibritlgc Branch. ILD.Joliiison, Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.I..D.. D.C.L., President ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD General Manager Assistant Kenc CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued'bv The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller.to provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in A convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every country in the world hi denominations of with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self- Identifying1 and easily negotiated. u Lethbridge Branch C GVK, Nourse.. OF Paid-up' andUidiviiiedProfits Tolai Aastis (fh-cri A Joint Account iu the Union Bank of Canada is the best place for the family funds, Either of two or more persons can deposit or. withdraw money as desired when, in town a very convenient arrangement. In case, of death the balance goes to the survivor without any legal formalities. Ask the Manager about this form of Account, R. Manager 3. KING, Act'g. Iviotiager iLETHBRIDGE BRANCH (pRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. A. W. 51 Threaitaecdlc, Sf., E.C. M. C. HART SMITH, Manager. Assistant Manafler. I accorded by tiuit venerable to cciilly, that might have terminated! the canniue per ofthe Royal Berkshire Phone 581 401-403 2nd Ave.> S. The Best Buy in Canada for ThOrie who want first-hand information in regard to Canadian development and investment is THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The Financial Post authentic and up-to-date information evory week regard ing Canadian business conditions. The Financial Post IK quoted ;u iui authority by t'ana- cliiiti, AmerlcJin and Hritisb jiublk-aiioiis when referrini; to Canudlan The Financial Post gets tii'Hi-hand information which is of foil- limes exclusive. The Investors' Information Bureau, through which lorniiiiion rait any Canadian investment i'reo to AM is treated tor a copy and further informal ion The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for Investors" F. G. HASSARD, Wfistern Manager 301 Dominion Trust Building.....REGINA, SASK. ho was deputed to administer as viceroy in. the name of King George 1., whereas Emperor Yoslii Hito, when lie bestowed analogous distinctions upon the oxen, was moved by a filial desire to honor everybody :ind every- thing that had served his father and predecessor on the throne. It, niiiy further help to explain inat- regiment, which was present at iiiw battle of Mulwiuitl and figures conspic- uously in BuMer's famous paint- ins "The Last Stand at .Mai- wane'." Queen Victoria Decorated Dog Queen already previous- ly decorated a dou of the name a pet of the Scots guards, for saving ten when I mention that, life life of soldier in the Thomas in Biblical like "'C Alllm; and like the famous French poet Lamartino ami other bards in these modern days, the Japanese are con- vinced that animals have i Religious Service For Horses At ilie close of their war with China sonic fifteen or sixteen years ago they consecrated with much religious pomp and ceremony a magnificent, monu- ment, erected a cost of. to tlie memory of this horses lost in the campaign, and in the spring of IflOo grand funeral services were held at for Ihe horses killed in the war with Russia. Islam admits to Paradise and to a life hereafter a long lisL of animals beginning with ihe of the prophet the camel of the prophet Salch. the call' of Abraham, the mm of Ishmiic.l. the ox of .Moses, the ant ol" King Solomon, tlie mule oC the queen of Sheba, the whale ot" the dog of tho Seven Sleepers', ami] and for this perrormiiJire at Inkerman she herself affixed (he Cri- mean medal liis collar when he was presented to her on IfTa return 10 Lon- don with his while another dog. 'Known n.s helonging 10 the Army Service corps and in the balile of Tel-ei-Kehir in 1S82, received the Kpypiinn medal from ihe queen and the seriously had it not been for his iv-i age ami presence of mind. Mr. L'liipinan liad gone out irmn camp alone to examine the mountain aide, which is very steep behind the camp, "as to the best place to it tor triangnlation purposes on the morrow. Presently lie sat down on reverie, lie was awakened from it by iiwliusc his right leg in the jaws. of a hear which hail charged at him from clo-soby bushes without ihe slightest warning.' As IK- struggled in surprise to free himself lie saw a pair of cubs to one I'nknowhig- iy, he had sal down HI I'i'st between a female grizzly ami her youns. Fir- ing one sliot may or mav WITE A GUN las i, hul not the spider which spun its web across the ftinrance of the cavern in which Mahomet had sought refuiio on his Itight. from Mecca and thus convinced his Koreishite pursuers tluit. their hinnaii quarry could not be within. Inasmuch as Frederick ihe Grr-at. tlif friend ihe patron of Voltaire, was. like ilio latter, something nincii akin to ;m alheisi. it may be qm in what, -spirit he eroded one lines! Lutheran churches in I odillee in white sione. which HKU has failed to defer-, a nteinorial 10 hit- fitvoriie churjior, killed beiieaih him a; star from the, hit Ml.rr Mr. Chipiuan is not sure, lie rushed down (he steep mountain side, Ihe hear mining alter with such determination and force, that it vush- cd clean past him. Instantly, Mr. t'liininnn turned and went back up the hill. As a bear, however, can run faster up tlian down, lie quickly caught hy the huge intimated beast and was shaken from side tn side as easily as a terrier shakos a rat. Luck- ily, the lienx- slinking; caused tin- bear i to lose lu-r fooiini: on the sleep hill and both rolled together some j distance drnvn ii before stopping. H was now thai Mr. Chipman dis- played his presence of mind that sav- ed his life, for, on slopping among .some bushes, iie lay perfect si ill, death. Satisiii-ti aitrr sniffing him all over ihal lie really was so, tlie bear an ay in her cubs. Dr. i'ipe found thai '.he leather niniis n by Mr. ('Iiipnian had tiici uan! BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST AUTHORIZED TO ACT AS ADMINISTRATOR, TRUSTEE, ASSIGNEE, GUARDIAN OF INFANTS, ETC., ETC. Investment of in Mortgages for clients; and Collection of Interest and Agreement payments given special attention. ALL MANNER OF AGENCY BUSINESS TRANSACTED FIRE, ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, ETC., INSURANCE Call or Write for information. Conybeare Block Lethbridge, Alta We are at your service J. S. Haxton Manager send out of town your VULCANIZING done at home by D. E. MacDonald London, r'.Lnl. givinii his njinie as and claiming to be isii AtncricsHi today shot and seriously woun-iod four persons; v.-jsi; j a revolver and J'or a tinif caused a onil. Tiius pnorly. bad a with a barmisid of -iho hotel wht-ro he was 11. Totiunhain Road. dn'v.1 his revolvor and .-hot her :iiiil the bannaiii and ihon rushed Hit1 On (ho out hi; .shot 'limvi tvci inun wim tried. to iiiiu Mid (Irod at a thinll man. lie vuis overcome by i _______________ jiicaUy his rijtht h'g hr-hi f kiii'i- frnui M-tintis injury, mil s PICTURE HOUSE AT uiiicii IN badly I kiicr fmni tbc siiakin; EXPERT LOCKSMITH Rear Sporting Goods Old Stand GUNSMITH 412-5th St. S., Phone 1032 mining session, are made today through th-.? Canada Isabella T.t'o Tlrewstor. Of Calgary, is aiijilyjng Tor divorce from her husband, Wil- liam Andrew Hreivster, whote present 'address is given at Beiion. Man. Otto C'larcnco Peterson, of Winnipeg, is for a divorce from his wife, Paula Adeline Peterson, now of Calgary. As an absolutely safe investment our bal'lo of Kinifr.sdorf. State Funerals to Mounts. Jiui-on cymvi; It was in i hi- siime Hpirii undoubted- i re by P-fccmln-r. ly Muit Koniiin Catvsars, Caligula j "ill In- iiml Tims, accorded nuno funerals to I siivot. n-'.'.i lo ihe thrir favorttn hordes, nil liir of II. Vt'rim'ii. ios Dt' the ompirn Itcins lo'rd hy Mr. .liifi.-n i la'tciid liin obsequies of so htKii Thf' ly in liic iiut! on-icuniLil'.'icii. il Wind! lias' ill! i 'hipni.u1 lias lifispititl ;i! ii x-rious rituiiition. l in tin1 hinu-d ii eon-: ft'ii tak'pii he lies TWO WESTERN Oiciwn, two (IIvor will Uo In Sept. :'7.- os from l ard by th DIVORCE e J SUITS His for wiiirh at I lie should be ttwesttgated. Call or write for particulars Ami booklet 1 iT-ITT A A HT'FT1 Ihe IRUS1S and GUARANTEe; Company, Limited Piililii: .v oiiicml Asulsilfi- for .ludluitil llfcilricls of LETHERIDGE. MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN EIGHTH AVENUE WEST, CAUGARY ;