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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, IMf. The Best of All Breakfast Foods There's a reason behind all fads and fancies. We required light breakfast foods and the market was flooded with health foods (so-called.) best breakfast food in the world is "Zephyr Cream" Soda Biscuits crushed in cream or fresh, sweet milk. Christie's "Zephyr Cream" Sodas have more original goodness than all other sodas manufactured on this continent. More than that, the original goodness of Christie's Biscuits is lasting. The flavor does not vary. All big biscuit makers buy a good brand of flour. We buy all good brands. Then we blend the best brands, sift and test the blend until we find a dough that will sustain the Christie reputation. Expensive! we know no other way 1 of starting to make biscuits up to our own high standards. Every ingredient entering into our "bakes" is the purest and best we can buy. Our Zephyr Cream Sodas crushed in cream, or fresh milk, certainly do make an excel- lent light breakfast. You test them. AT YOUR GROCER'S Sold in bulk, or in small family damp and dust-proof. Christie, Brown Co., Ltd., Toronto 'From a Western Window APPLIED ASTRONOMY He took me out to sec the stars, That astronomic bore; He said there were two moons near Mars, While Jupiter had four. better for the country, a level-head- ed thinker und a worker. In his few words to the children it was charac- teristic of the man that the one point he dwelt on was "thorough- ness." It is a word that neixls to be emphasized these days. Too much attention is apt to be given to their feet on. the green and red car-! things that make a brave show, and a flashy surface education is the re- sult. Of course we all know the pet secured after infinite labor, from the proceeds of a moi-'k trial; and resting their eyes (when not on j downfall of such, ion the pictures of poets-such dis- j Two kinds of speakers were miss- appointing poets-whose- works we, ing-cxcept for one exception in each had to learn by heart as a penalty j case. The exception is said to prove being: I thought of course he'd whisper for being- late. Behind the table the rule, isn't it? soon I (also from the literary socie- j There 'was only one man like the What four-fold bliss 'twould be, ty) stood the Principal with his iron one we hear of'on Sunday sometimes To stroll beneath that four-fold 'gray hair, and martial manner. We! who "straightway began to make ox- moon to his keen and there" was only one who On Jupiter with me. roved around the room in search of j told anecdotes. These latter were so i an unfortunate individual to trans-1 good that the sin was readily pardon And when he spoke of Saturn's late Virgil, and it always .seemed i ed. people in the East often think that he 'could tell when your know- we iivc in the midst of adventure ledge of it was, if possible, less than romance and these color our speech usual. However, the dread light Had they heard the plain statements gone on such an occasion as a school i of facts on Tuesday, they xvould have meeting; and a genial flow of soul' made us forget all former terrors. He opened the proceedings, alluding in graceful terms and classic quota- tions which none of us understood to the merits of the guest of honor, and MOVING '.PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE.] 1. Custom Officer's Revenge 2. Bruhmius Miracles 3. Paris Fire Brigade S O N O................ "When Life's Blue Sky Turns To Gray" Pi-ices I5c and 25c. "Retvri the Fawites, ftiten Dw" McGrath and Page Relied Enter- taiiers 01 the Baijt Little Teddy Song and Dace Girl I was convinced he'd say That was the very kind of thing To offer me some day. But in a tangent off he went To double stars. Now that Was most suggestive, .so content And quite absorbed I sat- us a very sober people in- But, no, he talked a dreary mess, Of which the only fraction That caught my fancy, I confess, "Was "mutual attraction." I said I thought it very queer And stupid altogether, For stars to keep so very near, And yet not come together. thought deed. Evidences there were a-plenty of; the friendly rivalry between the North acd Middle Belt and the South The man from Wetaskiwin was not! then called upon the occupant of the! slow in. pointing out that our circu-j end seat of the row. It was never lar erred in giving us the credit of' THE IKONS BANK Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA the first Kindergarten in the prov- known in advance which end it would i be. and on the nlatform there was 'ince, for his town had opened one on j i much haste among the initiated to the very day that ours did. The get the centre seats, while with us j odds were all in our favor, however, i Jt was a fruitful topic of discussion] when it came to the finest school in At that he smiled, and turned head; I thought he'd caught the notion, He merely bowed good-night, and said, Their safety lies in motion. Louis Globe-Democrat. as to which side would give the first j the province. Ho tried hard not to i speaker. Whoever he was, he al-] look pleased as.the superlatives -were his; ways began hr the time-honored way. i piled up, and at last had to make He had TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES dollars is payable without reduction. The Canadian Bank of Commerce i Great Britain and Europe the has just brought out a new form of j amount of foreign money which can Travellers' cheque, which will surely i be obtained for them is stated on the prove very popular among tourists-1 and disputes as to overcharge or and travellers. They are issued for exchange cannot arise- Identifica- sums of and and- is provided for by a letter of will be cashed by banks, hotels, etc., j introduction which accompanies the in practically every country in the list of banks which will cash them, civilized world. All over Canada and j Tne cheques can be obtained at any the United States'the face amount in i office of the Bank. What were you thinking of on Tues- day afternoon as you sat in the" big Assembly Hall of the new school and ffazed at the array of speakers on; account of t repetition the pluLiorm? Wcren t you of the school "at home" and per-' haps of the times now and then? The sight of the rows 'of speakers on the platform took me back to the battc-red old Assembly Hall in the home school and I renewed my lost youth as in spirit I saw again no idea he would be called i up our minds to the fact that, since on so soon. He had hud no time to they ail saM the same thing it must think af anything original. He had be true. not even been able to benefit by the' _____ remarks of the others. would say a few words. The others followed in turn, our favorite: teach- er being cheered to the echo. His jokes seemed to us the choicest mor- j sels of wit we had ever tasted, an-d! though we know most of them, gained, rather than account. There sort of familiarity thi: breeding contempt. 1 the duty of the-last s on still lost, on The refreshments served by the la- dies of St. Augustin's Church were most delicious and came in for a share of approval from ev- seem to enjoy the unwonted dissipa- tion of afternoon tea and tvo'c to it so naturally and with such evident pleasure that it s-cmed to augur well U.S. Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and Upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rules Lcthbridgc Brinch, Redpath Sr. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager is far from .COCOA is made from the finest care- fully selected cocoa beans, roasted by a special process to perfect the rich chocolate flavor. Cowan's is most deli- cious and most economical. THE COWAN co. LIMITED, TORONTO. one of our school celebrations. It was the custom there, when a new teacher arrived, or an old one departed, to hold a. meeting of the whole school, to welcome the coming or speed the parting guest. These were most delightful occasions, and lessons were put aside for or three and if these happen- ed to be Euclid or Trigonometry per- iods, so much the better. In our glee we dreams and saw vi- sions of an endless line of instructors coming and going, endless speschify- ing- in the old hall and endless post- j ponement of theorems and deductions j To make our joy articulate, we will- j ingly gave good measure in the mat- i ter of applaase when the speeches began, and used to consider the ex- for like occasions in the future. The is a pleasant-' jorcis of creation like to poke a little fun. at their wives' dish of and a bit ,i i i secretly are not at all averse to the clarc that the previous ones had said exactly what he was going to, but 'l this prevent him from speak-j jt ing at some length, which we quite OF CANADA were not the slipping away so that there was no fear of a return to lessons? These were happy hap- piest we would ever sec, we were as- sured then, but we didn't believe It. Looking back they seem to be wrapp- ed in a golden light. All the old pangs and heartaches over the tire- some Algebra and the French verbs have been forgotten; We thin'-: only 01 the care free hearts that were ours as we sat in the old hall on these g-ala. days, an-d like to wander agaim in spirit around the old rooms" and see the "master's desk" "Deep scarred by raps official; The warping floor, the -battered seats The jack-knife's carved initial; amples of wit bestowed on us as charcoal frescoes on its wall, most excruciatingly funny things slU' The feet that, creeping slow er invented. Across the platform the teachers sat on leather backed chairs, earned by "the Lit" at a concert; resting school, Went storming out to practice thoiuselves. Of course it wouldn't do for them to say so, and s rather funny to watch their dif- ferent expressions. Some try to pre- tend that it's rather a bore (while drinking the third cup of oth- ers frankly acknowledging that they like it and go around from one group to another enjoying the differ- ent atmospheres, with' radiant faces. "Never at any public gathering have I eaten such delicious one fair visitor declared, and was promptly invited to have more ice- cream, while another appreciative soul was in the form of a very tiny girl in a long blue ulster much too long for her, and a knitted Tarn o' Shanter. This child confided to a bigger girl, evidently her guardian for the afternoon, that she had had sandwiches and three -bits o' cuke." To her an afternoon tea was a glorified affair, and quite the most I important part of the school open- to j ing. Anne. fepHil, lest ui Frtfits Exceed Fanners' Accounts as well as those of Ranchers, Cattle Dealers and Grain given special attention. Our branches cover the fanning and ranching districts, of Western Canada espe- cially, more thoroughly than do those of any other Bank. Cheques oa aay Bosk cashed, ffbtes discounted or taken for collection. Money advanced to reliable customers on moderate terms. opens a Saviigs AeCOfllt. Interest paid or added to the Principal at regular intervals. LETHBRIOGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. Co., spent a couple of weeks here some little time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wallbridge entertain- ed at dinner on Wednesday evening to announce the engagement af .their brother, Mr. Stephen Wallbridge and Miss Stephenson of Barrie. Covers were laid for twelve, the guests be- ing Mrs, Harrison, Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. William "Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Hand, Miss Stephenson and Mr. Wall Sunset, Miss Xanhi Power, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Augustus Power, to Dr. Stewart Ross, of Vancouver, B.C., son of the late .Dr. Ross of Vancou- ver, B. an-d grandson of the late Hon. Justice Ross of this city. v- is giving a dance this evening in. honor of tha Tv'ertuckians who have eome to the city. TO-NI JESSE JAMES AT THE LYCEUM Follow the Crowd to the Lyceum BIG SPECIALTIES AND MOVING PICTURES Prices 25c., 35c., and 50c. We do not often get a chance in this Western country to hear public speaking, as our cities, are far apart, the occasions for speechifying few and orators, as a rule, rather scarce It is therefore quite n.n event when a chance comes, as it did the other afternoon, to sit under some of Al- berta's foremost educationists, and we had a right to expect some good speaking. If we expected eloquence we were disappointed, for there was none. The addresses were plain and straightforward and dwelt in the main on the advantages of the. new school. The Premier, who "looks exactly like his as a small boy in the seat ahead whispered, is not an orator. He is perhaps what is Social and Personal Very pleasnt indeed was the first Mrs. G. Brown, assisting in the whose husband is evangelistic cam- Post Lenten tea given on Wednesday i for some weeks. paign in the Kootenay country is staying with Mrs. C. McClennaghan O. K. AT NIAGARA Niagara Falls, cording to expert opinion, all danger" of further damage: to property by ice jam is practically over. The ice is afternoon by Mrs: W. C. Ivcs. After a dearth of gay doings a return to fnvolties is welcomed, and everyone seemed to be-present at Mrs. and many new spring suits and smart Chapeaux saw the of day for the first time. Mrs. Ives received in a most becoming gown of cream, and was assisted by Mrs. Ives, Sr., of Macleod. An orchestra stationed in one of the rooms discoursed sweet music and lent added enjoyment. Mrs. Chivers poured tea and coffee at the dainty table, and Mrs. South- Mr, and Mrs. Connel have come from the East and are getting settl- ed in their fine new house in. the East end of the city. Mrs. F. D. Shaw received for the first time in her new home, "Shaws- on Bartlett Street on Wednes- day afternoon and the fine, spring- like day brought out hosts" of- call- ers, many of them 'dropping in after Mrs. Ives' tea. The home look- ed very cosy indeed, and many con- over the falls and is through the gorge without any passing causing AUSTRALIA'S OFFER London, April the Commonwealth government has cabl- ed the admiralty that in, the event of emergency the whole naval forces of Australia would be placed under its direction. served the ices. Miss Vrooman i gratulatory remarks were made to The Private Dining Rooms at the. are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union A1J White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from 10c. up Meals from 25c. trp N. H. MURRAY Prop. and Miss Wilson were most attentive in serving the many good things which all felt free to enjoy, as tho self-denials of Lent are over. Master Ross Lethbridge is one of the latest victims of scarlet fever. He has it in a very light form and is getting on well. Miss Meek, of St. Thomas, is a wel come visitor in town again, and is the cuest of Mrs, C. V. Bennett. hostess. That part of Bartlett Street is fcui'ding up rapidly and will be one of the finest residential por- 1 ns of the city. The Ottawa Free Press contains the following paragraph concerning a young lady who has been a visitor m Lethbridge for several months: "The engagement is announced of GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQ5, Stafford Block Teaches the touch system of typewriting. 25 stu- dents were enrolled during the first month this school held its sessions here. Ei- pert instruction in busi- ness subjects and short- hand. Both evening and day sessions. Call or write or particulars to _Greo. J. Schmidt, Prm, i Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Motto- Cleanliness and Purity Cox Son Pkone 347 P. 0. BM 80 Miss Mills of Ottawa came down down from Calg-ary on Monday and is visiting Mrs. George Mackay. His Honor, the Lieutenant-Gover- nor, Mrs. Bulyea and Miss Babbit have been attending the Horse Show in Calgary and are going on to Re- gma for a visit before returning to the News. Miss Power, who has beim the guest of Mrs, L. M. Johnstone during the winter, left for her home in Ottawa on Thursday. Mrs. Hespeler and her neice. Miss Isabel Jackson who has been spend- ing the winter here, left last night for the Free press. Miss Jackson, who is a sister of Mr. E. S. Jackson, of the Jobbing M Dr. de Van's French Female the Wife's Friend A reliable regulator; never fails. While these pHla are exceedingly powerful'in regulating the generative portion of the female system, they are strictly sale to use. Refuse all cheap imitations. Dr. dft Van's ar-e sold at a box, or three for Mailed to any address. The Scobell IJrug Co., St. Catherines, Ont. ONEY Any time- Mooney's Biscuits arc always all delight young and old alike with their appetizing crispness and dainty deliciousness. THE MOONEY BISCUIT CANDY CO. LIMITED tTKATFOMt HAMILTON OTTAWA. WIHMIPtQ, OAtQAWT, VANOOWVM. PERFECTION; IQOKI v mtcuit ,s c; 129 ;