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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTMBRIDQE DAIkV HERALO. SATURDAY, AUQUtT 7. IM. From a Western Window 3 SOPHY OF KRAVONIA FASHION- Auuther caic- l>anislior is ft voluiiio i of O. Henry's, His w-hiiusicul liumoi- j ' is to the foi-e in tliis lust �l>ook, '-Thr | Cotitk- lirafte'r' and his style is al-[ By Anthony Hope  Fair Eve devised a wnlking suit Of ]unglc grasses, soft and crimpy; She thought it rather neat and cute. " , -,,,,., , ^ f, , ,,i ..D .1, ,^ '"ost i\s good as afark Twain s used n�t Adam grunted, "Rather � , , . . , . ,  , � )-_... ;lt> be. bpoakiiig 01 that genial joke- I smith brings one to his "Is SUako-. , , , , , . , ,i t . 'speare Bead?'" which tlie critics are - A cloak of Palm loiives sought for ' . t -i .. � ^.j^^ worrying over. Like tlie boy in ShT>mulc and came to be .uimirt^: -^^^"'V'' ^^"^ '""'f' """'f" , But Adam said "The sili.v styles J'^'? ^^'"^ disappoint- , , , _, , > � txj when in eai-nest, so is the prores-You women wear just make ine, ,  ' ' ti'-Cfdl" sional joker. The public do not al- :Iow him to have a serious thought. ^ ..^ ^ . . ilf you are fond of Mark Twain, iry She built herself a I'tt't' hut , , ,, Of lilies' (Eve was very clever,. ! "Huckleberry Finn or �lom Saw- And asked him what he thought of y'"' "S'^''^' ""^ y^^j ~ [closely into fais new ShakcsiMxtran And Adarn blurtaden, said 1^^*"' �' ^P'*'^*" jdetectivc stories that will keep you I�.ljA*Wa. from'parlor conversation, i^u^j,^ ., -i; ^ i Four .Uioroughly delightful ami Yet Eve-refused to be a dowd .' i  i. wi �^ i . .... iwhole.somc storioe, all suitable and w!^ r!pl��''""t for reading aloud are "Ka- �fT*'* ' ^l.trino" by the late Elinor Macartney "For what does Adam know of fa- ,j ,,one�ome Pine," "Anno ot Green enables" by I.. M. Montgom-. - . :'orv, and "The Heart of a ChiVI" by "W.hat,^usc. to .wck applause from I j.^^^^ P^j^^y . Wm? , , Then t.h���* Alexis, wtth en- His finger pototai at Since then, revolving circles bring The': gayeiit fashions and the queer-, est And Eve declares, "It's just the  thingl" Wlfilo .\dam murmurs, "Is it, dear-e�t7" -Arthur Guiterman, in Woman's Home Companion. If you are planning a trip and wish to slip a few books in the bottom of your trunk, or it you are spetidiag tha aummer at home, and would,like to kaow of summer reading suitable for a warm afternoon on the piaiXA, kcre afe a few sugffeetioas. The kooka are not all "now" literally, hmt include the beat that the pufollsh-ra have offered in the last twelve aontiia. Mrs. Humphrey Want's "Marriaste a la Mode" written since her trip to America a few years ago, and dealing with the divorce question from an KngVshwoman's view-point, is inter-esttog in a mild degree. One always feels in good society, in her books, tor her characters are welHired, if �Circumstances alters ca.ses," as I the man .said. Since linon suits are I'.so poi>ular this summer, it seems to  ;be the correct thing, if one is the Pos -^^i'mes 'diTlir'she adds nothins'new\^'^�'' �' *� - . -hOi^, discussion and one who has consciousness that folW.of -Marcella � and "David i^"" ?�n.e 4.,e.. the spontaneity of the i "hiP involVe.1. Since coats are *�-' wlioli? . :trfM�l, there is no day too hot for 'il them, for "they really have no a gay li�le story by i ^^^^, whiich has ; . gaging candor. Sophy'a ft�a. / So quaint an interruption totheatate> )y formality of the scene atmck people's nenae of homor. Brcrr body laocli-cd-even Coanteas fillciubntir. Sm>liy'a own laugh rose rich and merry. Her Ignoranca.Qr carelessness of.ctlqiHtte betrayed Its^f; Site darted at �to pretty boy. cattgbt' him In her ariia and kissed him, answering. *'Thaf � my lock -iny red star." 3'bc boy touched the uiark with his finger. A look of childish awe came Into his bjA king's body night bnt there j sl-rvant. was ii sniiill. iilmiip person, was stuff In It Sfiieiiilly ii weary, impassive, besides the bar- uuliilorestod .manner. He looked rath-oness' paean. uninterested oven now. but hia walk Suddenly a i ^^"^ ^^^y Oi'If-'k. and lie was soon aiding Natcbeff with deft and nimble fingem. This is strange. Lepage," said Natcbeff. Lepage did not look up from his task. "Has it ever happened before?" Then Lepage did look up. He appeared to conaider and to hesitate. Ha glanced once at the king before be answered. "It's the third attack in two months," be said at laat "Too never told rae!" The worda hot sharp from NatcbetTs Hps. rtlwt was by his majesty's peremp-torr ofders. He'll be angry that I've told you now." "Clear the room!" ordered Natcbeff shortly. Slavna had plenty to talk about that night Besides the Bnronesa Dobrava's red star there was the fainting fit of King Alexis! The evening bulletin was entirely favorable. The king had. quite, recovered. But many iiad beard Lepage's confession and seen the look that it brought to NatchefTs face. Stenovics and Stafuitz rode back from the palace to the city side by side. Tbe gc^neral was silent, immersed in deep thought Stafnitz smoked' bla cigarette with a light rather mocking smile. At last when they were almoat opposite the terrace of the Hotel de Paris. Steaovlea poke.: "It looka like thebaadwrittaf �i til* wail." be What Sunshine furnace does Sunshine Furnace ts^detigned and constructed to he�it a house, church, school or atpre, and does this more satisfactorily than any other known furnace or other style of heating apparatus. It docs this more rapidly than the hot water boiler because, as soon as fire is started in SunsKine Fdmace, heated air can be obtained for the rooms. UNSHINC It does thia batttf than other furnace* be- I cause, being Made from excluaive patterns, it has aiofa comsendable features. It doea this moreeconom- { ically than the boiler because . eireB air circulation j keepa fuel bill low. It does this more conveniently than the hot water faoiUr, b^oae it has no radiators to take up room, congiagata dttat and' ihar the paper and woodwork.! It does this more hygienically than the boiler becauaa pure air is admitted to the furnace through a cold air pipa. The HICK HARDWARE CO PEAT FUEL INOU.^TRY i IN CANADA the alii^ far a geaml relKiatlaa-.af '' -iAit'iirttea'CaaH) aciMa the tamad t� Mafia ZatkovttcVa iUa, Ha tke baMoeaa Ma eaaratula-Ml hi artwtcitha at Maria. whe> |�  ,; ta airiia Haria pMwl at the ttatttfa at kH faa la aahawj ea�batf�anMat. "Ma, air: I ha��^ I-l c�iMB*t' "Bat why Botr be ai "t-I cMMnt" repeated Mafte. �xyr vbM tt aayar .�I tkM tftara riaia I ttM H aaya that the tkaa to Ha watelMd bla ceaii flHilj aaw. bat Manavtea' tat aamitoa. ! aMtd aad oaaovcd. He aatd He cooteated himaelf with a THE |rd Warren, w^icn nas , ^.^^ ^^ -A foofVP se'-ially with most fas ; ^^^^ ^^^.^^ and car- riagcs this year, everywhere is the linen coat. A season or two ago when sheer lingerie blouses were worn,-"peek-a-boo waists,", the profes-sional himior-ist christened them-, when these were in fashion, though they were really no protection agngs in Harper's Ba2�ar �;iid monu^'"'''' book, easy to take, ever it wit| ^''y through, eil b,v x'!-*' s>'TOPathy with Peter without n.l'"''** ''s charming bftat ganl'**^* follows his example Hut yi'l aiKlthe Baby" is a to do if. f Margaret Cameron, read in half �, hour or ^1 wansnted to cure the tliinp ?a/ mveoted. Sdrgft.' ^ businif to the (ioUar.H /case you miss your train. He looked at her gravely for a moment, then smiled. "Then I must plead my own eaoae." be said and turned to Sophy. "Next week I'm leavfaig Stav-na and going to my castle of Praalofc. It's near Volseni. yon know, and I want to raise and train my gunners at Volseni We must be ready for onr guns � companion, he made one observation: when they come, mustn't wer "Fortunately NatchefT Is a friend of craat "Short for the king!" poraaad Stat-Bttx, with a shake of hhi head. "Short for the prince perhaps! And certainly, general, uncomfortably short for ns!" Stenovics grunted again and then rode on some while in silence. At last. Just as he was about to part from his 0-0-H-See What'.s Here Stake your children happy and healthy by liberal gift.s of . FURE CONFICTIONERY . from our superb Chocolates, nutty Creams and carefully-made tuffiet) and doctor's bills will be Bia�Iler. Why not begin with a box of ours today, delicious, pure unrimlledP Popular prices. iDChon's Kandy Kitchen CMfeetionen Mud laeCrabm SpMiAlitto In \ continental, countries women seem to go in for the professions more than in English-speaking lands. Germany has one hundred and fifty women taking medical courses while France.has six hundred. Since their population is yearty decreasing, perhaps the .authorities think it wise to zealously gtiard the health of the ped-pJe they have, and so encourage the women to enter medicine. Paris alone hE.s one hundred medical women, man.v of them being emplo.\-ed by the government in an official capacity in the various branches, of government work. The po�t'and telephone services are well supplied. In addition, several of the passenger boats in the Had terranean have appointed women as medical officers. The old-fashioned term, ship's doctor, hardly seems correct in such cases, hut old-fashioned things generally are fast pasalng into oblivion, We wonder if in the distressing throes of mat de mer it matters at all to the patient what kind.of Physician be has.-�r if he baa! one at all. At sub. well.,ire do live very.slQply at Piaa- ! Mt We shall be there three moBtka ; at leaat I aakfd Maite to ptiwaJa ! you to coBo with her aad ta atay.aa ; lear aa yea coald. bot ehe'a tfliap^atait-1 edae. I nost plead for myaatt'' The ehaadas eapwiaaa of Oopfci'B I cgrea bad otarhad every aeataaea. ot hki apeeeh, aad Marie matfcad pieeatoa oT the ^ea. They had forlorn aad apprebenaive when be apoke of leavbig Slavna. Aaaddeajagr leaped Into them at hta lavitattoa to Praskik. "Ton'll come for a NtOeT TbeaoaMry Is very flne aad the people taitaiaatlBg:'' Sophy gave a low laugh. Vlaee tbe Menery Is Soe and the people tataraat-Ing. .vea. monNeigoenr." Their eyes met again, and he eebaad back her lancb. Marte Baitotrlteb drew la bar breath sharply. With *wm la-alfht ahe saw and foresaw. She remaaabered tbe presentiment under wboae Influence ahe had begged Sophy not to came to Kravonla. But fate bad weighted tbe acalee heavily agathet ber. The Baroness Dobrava was here. ABlmultaneo^us eaclamatlon of many Tolcea broke acroaa their talk. At the other end of the rooot men and women praasad Into a elreie mud mine. We shall get the best possible information." "That might become of, importance, no doubt general." said Stafniti. smil-. Ing still. The importance of the peat fuel industry to the central portion o� Canada, whore coal fuel is non-existant .nnd its importa^pti is comparatively coatly, requires no demonstration. TJie mines br-taqh ,of thp, dcpnrt-niept ol mines,- Ottawa, issued a year ago ;i rppoTt on Poat and Lignito: Th�ir manufacture and tisos in Eii-ropV with tho objoct of giving to Cayivdian?'as' complete a report as poS'sibit; of'this industry in these' coiintries in which it lias been most sucfcessfully carried on. Ulie report is now followed by u bulletin entitled. The Investigation of-ihif Peat Bogs and Peat Industry of Canada, during tl^e scosopsi ^f 1908-09, by Rnk ^ystrom, M.*..,peat expert. Ihis buUctin compriscij 195 pages of te.vt,. and includes 6 large scalo ni!>ps of thfi following peat bogs:- I.--Mor Bleue, near Ottawa. , Ji-^The Alfred Poat Bog, about 40 miles from Ottawa. '* ./ 3;-The Welland Peat Bog, .about 8 miles north of ^Wclland. 4.-"The Newingtoa Bog. on the Ntw Yiu,>av>$iilabl(! supply of peat furl w||jM|i'ja|ijj[a of analy-si calorific Taiu^f %tif; j^vaiid shciuld be of particufar interest to those engaged in, or Connected with the development of Canadian peat resources. , A fuel testing plant is now being erected at Ottawa, in which the value of peat for the production of power gas will tfc demonstrated, and the department jproposea to carry on a very tliorongh investigation of this subject. .:. Copies of the above bulletin and report oa peat may be had on application to Dr. Haancl, dirnct/or of mines, Ottawa. BABY TO BE RAFFLED '3FF ;Bilo]it*Mi!"�., Auff. G.-UnaWo i to provide for her infant, Mrs, H.- J. Hoze; 8 widowed .mother, w/de .art appeal to George tV. W.'.K'.a,-iwinag-er of the local theatre heT'\ to ruf'* of] hur baby, with the un there any such things as accident, calamity, misfortune, or even regret-.j table circumstances, in the life of a man of God? - Verse 19.-^Caii any man retain the peace of God. iwho is not absolutely obedient to the leadings of God's Holy Spirit? - > , .Verse. flO.-^Prouhe�yinjr here means IMS i^bder preaching, it there any aign in theee rlnys that il is being despised? ! Verve� 27.-Should laymen use the Why should a love for the prcAciiing ! ptii iiior�' frequently to help preachers of the pospel be cultivuteci:-' .' whom they know are going to otlier Verse 21.-Why should we not as i town.'i? Christians jencourage ' tlie most ab- i Verse 28.-Why i.s it that God ha* solute tree thought, the most critical i conditioned all huniau progress and research, and welcome the .teachng | hetf-ernieni, including a knowledge of; of tnue science? ; the gospel, upon the zeal, ability and Can the real truth ever be a hurt i goodness of those, who already aojoy to a true man, and is not such a man i its benefits? as glad to change his opinion, when he finds he is wrong, as to change a worn-out garmejit for a new one? Verse 88.-If we desire the right only, and arc obedient to God's spirit, need we ever lear even the "appearance of evil?" Verses 23-24.-Doea God mean his children to live "blameless" lives, and is the twenty-fourth verse not a promse that Go. Paul's Third Missionary Journey.- Ephe.sus. Lesson Acts xviii:23 to xix: 22. Golden Text.-The name of the Lord J^sua was magnified. Acts xix'.17. Verse 23.-^Is a systematic "follow up system" as essential in Christian work as it is to .successful business? -Are any so strong that we cannot doTive "strehgthening" from the prayers and the experience of others and are any .so weak that we may not "strengthen" others? , Versos 24-26.-What is the minimum of knowledge necessary in order that one may be a true child of God? What are the minimum qualities esscntiar to become a preacher of the gospel? What good qualities for a preacher did this man Apollos possess? What did"the baptism of John" include, and what did it lock of full qrbed Christianity? What percentage of present day pi^achcrs will exceed Apollos (1) in their �eal and ability, (8) in. their Christian .knowlcdgie, i.e., personal experience, of Christ's gospel? . If Apollos had been eonoeited or anything less than a man of God, would he have submitted to teaching from a layman and his wife? (Jliap xix .1-7.-Were these twelve persons whom Paul found at E{phe�us, actually the reconciled children of God at this time? What proportion, of present day Christians, have practically the aame experience as these twelve disciples had, when Paul met them? Is tlie Holy Spirit, as spoken bers of the club.) Verses 9-12,-Apart fiom the miriic-ulous. power that Paul..tuid; ^viwi ws-the secret of his succo-is? Verses 13-17.-Why do some ttWHty blaspheme the name ot J. aid iland ' with the devil? Verses 18-88.-Does : v. �nvAnlbR aW ways imply restitution, ahl tlw fi,r-' saking of every evil way? Lesson'for August 88. IPOO.-Paiu � Third Missionary Jour luy-The Rist In l^phesttR. .Acta xix:83-xx.l. naribiia. DyiiaWty. Colle, ^ Oruapa, Obelera JforbaSk Otaotora Xalkataab. \nmm, nmrner OomidblBt, and all LeoMBeM ar FIosmi of the Bowatak Mas. Taos. W. WcAvaa. Coal Ciesk, KB., writes: "My little girl was taken ill with a very bad attaek of diarrhaia. Nothing seomnd -todo her good. Hear- - ^ ing of yoor'^woD'lerful medicine, Dr; Fowler's Extract of Wild Strsijrberry, I wentatoaoeaiid gota bottteiand to MOTiei-We with ta aaM tfc* pab. lie agaiMt Mag by aawea. patoy daalwe who aabrtitat* the ta-Mlled "Mawbetry OoaipMiDda- to LiiniM. Tereiite, Oal. Prkie SSeent*. my great nrpriM, after taking a few ' I wu completely cured?* dosest she Ma. Ai.aRHT Jcrriiiiss,' Owen KoHiul, Ont, wriUu!' " I always keep a liotile of Dr. Fowl�i V Kvtrset.if WiUi Strawberry in the liouw. and would not care to be without it,  I have'proved it again aad again to be a never-failing r�niMiy for diarrhnea. Whwiever I anv thre�ten�d with it one teMpaonfuloi the 'JSsliaut' fliLttik we eompletely,'* : ;