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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1MB. t From a Western Window THE GREATEST PAGE THREE the grates are made in sections, not only can A vements attached to the .shaking. By Jemfv The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS By James P. Haverww. He never quite givw up and so It .seemed he couldn't make things eo not achieve u playing more or less Just like a child would do, you know. nied he. never quite forgot crazed little Kippy. He sees others getting rich on the profits of mining stocks which he it too honest to buy. He sells his. beloved paper and at last comes to realize that he is a failure. "Stripped of its counterfeit armor of conceit, his life Jay naked j before him, a pitiful, starved, futile j thing." Xot a failure though, judg-' ed by u Higher Standard then ours, j for "the greater stake of char- i Christie's Biscuit s are the Best TJ.. 01 ctiar- ih.- kindly things hw mother taught, j aeter for which he. had uneon. Just kept on doing as sbe said She'd have him do, though she w.-re oo childish" as we said and thouglit. j He good ja ,.vftrvone j A strand of gold, a flash of'fun, Xothin- and no one wholly bad, And M, was never wholly sad, i He sought and always found the sun. seiously figting all One of the last of him is i very pleasant indeed, though a tear troubles beneath the smile. Mr. Gal-i lop, a village friend, going past Mr. j Opp's house, and hearing voices with-! in, p-eped through the window. j :i strange picture he Opp! and poor, pretty Miss Kippy engross-! fd ia dolls' dressmaking. "You can sew she was sav-! ing. i "Can't nobody beat me making; said Mr. Opp-'but sleeves! He never quite grew up and so We not think that he would go Why even children, more or less, Would at his queer childish-! is ,u tnore- particular proposition.! f i i rather thread Tbree needles; j ,nats why we. miss him so. i than TO fire in one sleeve." j From that night, Mr. Gallop was i The local councils or Women of j of Mr- loyal support-1 i British Columbia issued a little alld helptd. to arrange a ban-j jphlet dealing with Woman's Life andj ?Uttt for him- This indeed a! I Work in that Province, as a souvenir proud for our hero, but in for their visitors from the National j the midst of tbc Proceedings he was j Council ox Women. A copy has just i out to bind UP head of a j jcotfe. and the simple words: of greet-! China do11 ior Kippy, leaving I i in IT which preface it are so admir-fthe feasT-prepared in his honor, "the! jable. S'. pregnant and comprehensive i ?ay> Protesting and all that! that it will do u.-; good as women to I dear to his heart- "He whistles them. WV can no hiirh-.: such a plucky, J1 U. V IJ f t J I J J 1 i- x, J_r A U JV ideal than that of uph'-Iding "the' whistle as calls to'arms the i institution of the Sabbath, the fove ofl that lies slumbering in the j and EVERY particular house- wife in Canada says Christie'i Biscuits are so much superior to the next best that there is no comparison. Christie's Biscuits are baked by special- ists who know how, in the cleanest and most modern biscuit factory in the Dominion. Every pound of flour entering into our bakes is the best blend the best brands, then sift and test our blend. Every ounce of raw material is analyzed by several inspectors. Pure, fresh butter, new, sweet milk, delicious cream and fresh mixed with our special blend-of flour in the Christie scientific way yields that unvarying flavor- that crisp, delicious and lasting goodness which has made Christie's Biscuits the joy of every housewife in Canada. Indeed you do not know biscuit goodness until you have enjoyed Christie's. I SM bulk, SOPHY OF KRAVONIA By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" I's house, and of th..- Bible, purity ]hv in part, is the greeting: 'sire to acknowledge the good- ness of God in bestowing upon a rich possession as W ergetic Mai says quaintly, ou the iiiliiops. Lake Taltl unbound and sparkled in the sun. The days grew loujrer. yet were Car too au.vs yuaiuuy, Bhort To ride with liim to Tolseui, to bimsejf obviously not untouched by hear the see the love they bore liim, to wnu-h liim. at work, to (eeem to share the labor and tbe jtbcn to shake off the kindly clinginjr 'friends and take to a roountain path or the reins on the horses' necks, iby the margin of the lake an4 come jhoroe _throuch the late dusk, .talkinx silent often, always together la thought as in bodily not ithis enough: "If I hud to die in a j month I should owe life a tremendous ,'debt already." Thar is her own sum- ming up. J-t is pleasant to remember. It would be. enough to enough with n. nature ardetit ns hers' Tet with love else conspired, There was the thought of what she had done, of the Things to'which she was a party. There was the seuse of power, the satisfaction "or ambition, a promise of more thsrigw. There was the ap- plause of Volseui as well ns the devo- tion of the prince. There was. persisted ail throu.sk her fiin- ny, "half childish and, to a severe eye, pleasure in the feeling that these', fine doings for Sophy Grouch of Mbrpinghairu in Essexl "Fancy is the indefensibly primi- tive form in which this delight shows in one of the few letters beanncr date from" rue castle of Praslok. Tet it is possible to find this simple, gracious surprise at fortune's fancies worthy of love. Her own courage, her own catching at fortune's forelock, seemed to have been always, uncon- scious and instinctive. These she uev- er binrs at nor even begins to analyze. :0f her love for the prince she speaks ionce ur twice and once in reference to j what she had felt for Casimir. "I ;him most when he left me and when he died." she writes. "I love hiiu not leSS now because I love her attractions The prince's mind was simple. He was quite sincere about his guns. He had 110 wish go on his travels until they had arrived and he could deliver cuaractcr >if :t them into the safe custody of bis train- i.'irg.-ly depends upon ihf ed and trusty Volsenians and of Luko-I f'i its women. u- th- vitch, their cap taiu. Less than that was i Iiund in hfind not safety with Steuovics in office and hearts of men." The other characters are da-awn j most happily. There is Mr. Tucker, i "whose brain was an accommodation, stopping'at ftach Mr. Mnt-! if, bland and satisfied that) land to which we "you kindnr for him to purr' jcar. invite the millions of Europe; i lle land in which th.-y may with j Jim- anonialv in the community, t-y.-ry of ,.aj-ninp a comfort-; boin? a and hv i practic- a double widow." i 1 'Im.ujrh you we st-iid a The-v rtr'- all human, ;md Mrs. io C'tuutri.-s. Will you tell has thfe rar'- faculty of showing us tlumj that tli.- Women of Uritisli '1VOU in a who "had i to jt, ,hf.ir x his imdk-L-t also she laid her the nar- row his 'tuiuj tp broaSer vic'ws sotfeuiui: rte rigor of his had-SWJD only as the stem master, the jusr cbsistiser of turbulent cauical srnd an unruly sol- diery. But not a higher aim? Might he uot be loved in the plains, as on the hills, at Slavua as -at Volseni? By himself he could cot achieve that His his the first step. But what bis sensitive dignity rejected for himself he could see her sunny graciousness accomplish i vv-ithout loss of .self respect naturally, all spontaneously. He was a soldier. Hers were the powers of peace, of that j instinctive statesmanship of the emo- tions by which hearts are won and kingdoms knit together by a tie strong- er than the sword. Because in his mind's eye he saw her doing this, the idea at which the men in the palace had smiled and which even Marie Zer- kovitch would have accepted as tbe lesser evil, never came into his head- i do I world what good j WILL do to lift this i a IsJph'T and nobLn- tin, ,if from women British Columbia, hearts ful] .-viupathy for the WOrk in various coimrries fi-.uja! Congress. who df of the j som... few ]U5 i published another irre.-n c i "''-'I liule b-.ok cHllt-rl i It's ensy .-.nuugh. with abunrffmci--' i of materials at O7v's hamj to draw a Jiero with youth, beauty'.and virtuc-.x; put, hijn in cfmjm. stands where Shw sh.'iJI show-'up well; and. defy tlte reader i to fall in love with him" jf. (juite. another to ,yinpath, ,Q hko Mr. smail man may b, in "a now am We grantee our work. Qive us bundle. a trial with your nest LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH C. S. FARROW, Manager Pho 145 Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscoit for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club Lesson for Aug. ,5th, 1909. sons, by evijflncei Qf tht i truths of Christianity, and not be cc-ntent -xwrtlir declamation as (Tnls question! must be answered, in of the club.) VeVs-5 tluny-tiv, ni tu with tf 2954 LADIES' ONE-PTECE SLIP Paris Pattern No: 2954 -All Si-ams -Allow.-J ThJis ust-fui garment., which i> made, thin summer in any of thr thin washable materials as well China. Irn Tiir iiam... of the Lord wa 10 -2o' i i pulse- vTuIden ttiid unto me-. My' is sufficient for thee. for my; made porfect in i Cor. d IXot a very propitious stock in trade Pric of p t.rn 10 t I Vw" the spread of n th" c- af'nfS heathen for M. for a hero Yet did vou H r 1 t n pen mon- frequently t. help preachers has np injurious i mu" Om 3 ig i W >ou T'attPrn Departm-nt. j whom l-h-y know coins to oth-T wiuiu... .n ..an.' (This quest.on must be an- 0 i llCf LJH: Tr SWered m writino' _c iU- Xot a very propitious stock in Price of pattern 10 corns tor ,-x.y, for a hero. Yet did you no-i Herald Pattern TVpartm-nr tict- tht: last phraser It exemplifies the authoress' conviction, shared by! Emerson, "Let me where'er I will. I hear a -sky-born music still. pride of family-the great single point whereon tbe easy king was an obstacle so formidable! Yet had he despaired be would have (Tr Be Continued.) tCO WANS' PERFECTION COCOA (MAPLE LEAF LAgEL) p {f cocoa is your favorite beverage by all means enjoy it at its as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. Limited, ihvuy, alway something Mrs.. Rice is a confirmed optim- ist, and her eharaciers share her en- thusiumd. Mr. splendid con- j .'jnd energy, ofti-n laughable in ihe extreme, stand him in stead. H- "seldom .things ;is :liey were; lie them they were, i goiiif: to be." j story j.-, ;i uilt.. He has) j "a talent for liej j