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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGJE DAILY HERALD, COWAN'S. PERFECTION COCOA {MAPLE UAF LABEL) Its richness and exquisite flavorgive an added delicious- ness to homemade "sweets" ------1 VOU get" COWAN'S the cocoa with the Maple Leaf Label. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. 133 From a Western Window PRINCESS' LIFE ACCORDS WITH HER GIRLISH DREAMS GOING HOME SOPHY OF KRAVONIA (By Arthur I tread each mountain waste austere. Kill I i {KISS pmvi i Each tardy sunrise brings me near. Kaeh lonely sunset nearer still. Sinj; low. my heart, of other lands And we may have loved, or known silent North, it understands. And asks but. little of its own So where the broods Above the slopes of dusky pine. Teach mo your silence. solitudes Tennyson's insight iu this matter was probably duo to the fact that he was the son of a clergyman, and knew whereof he wrote. It was there fore with understanding that he bles- sed the Good Vicac on his marriage day. "You have given, me such a wife." The words simple, tvt it ?s worth while recalling them in con- nection with, another line "To you i that are v.-hv.-ii Rob- M-rtson Nicoll to be "in. ell love poetry the grandest line I twilight it conies in Tennyson's ver- ises to his wife, "June Bracken and incessant whippings which they uoir receive. Meanwhile fights started In the drink shops are continued in market From the organ of the Temperance Social- ists of Norway. THE OF A.KD Among royal mothers and daugh- their two young daughters, live with, Heather." In Tennyson's biography there is a By Anthony Hope Yotii' reticence, gray lulls, be mino! 'pretty story told of his first meeting i with his future wife. It was in 1S30 at Sowyrsby Bectory. Arthur Hal- loveliness it lies, lone waste scarred Author Of "The Prisoner Of Zenda" contribute to it." j Sopby looked at him. a subtle mer- jriraent in her eyes. "I thinlc. Captain i Markart. that if you were my doctor you'd advise nr.1 to try a change of air! Prsslok is too exciting, is that it: Bnt I found far from relax- you _ j "The Kravonian climate as a vrnole. j j "Oh. no. no; that's too much I" she interrupted. Thee she said: "It's very I kind of I mean it's don't .probably against your orders. So I roauk you. But can face even the rigors of Kra- i vonia." She held out her baud. He bent and i kissed it "In fat-L nadn't tbe least right to say it." lie confessed. "Not the I least from any point of view. It's yonr i I fault, though, baroness." j i all night, inouseigneur." said Sophy in l reproach, mingled -with commiseration. J "I don't need it. The sight of your i face refreshes me. We must talk. i Zerkovitcb brought news." I In low, grave tones he told her the I tidings ami the steps which be and j Zerkovitcb had taken. "I understand my father's reasons1 for keeping rue in tbe dark. He meant it well, bur be was blinded by this idea about marriage. But I see. too, how it lifted in with Steaovics' ideas. I think it's war between us now. and Tic ready." Sui'hy was almost dazed. The Icing's life was not to be relied on for a week a not for an hour! But she listened attentively.. Zerkovitch had gone back to Slavna on a fresh and at Top speed. He would have tuore than two hours' lead of Markart Whether atl Or but a torn. shall I know skies Ami in these valleys i was horn ters very special interest attaches to the Princess Royal of England, and the Princesses Alexandra and Maud. Her Royal Highness is one oi the few ladies belonging by birth to. the and I lam was staying with the Tennysons highest castg who asked Emily Soil wood to walk Jif, jn accordance with their' girlish and surrounded by, a small group of attached friends. Princess Alexan- dra has been a good deal discussed durir.g the last few months. It is however probable that' she will not be much seen outside the Court world and the circle already by; her paivnfe' irjeixlplijp. The two j of whom it be men-! ALFONSO WORE A BEARD London, Aug. A San Scbastioni dc-spatch says that King Alfonso has- paid a brief visit there, coming from Madrid in order to see the queen and' royal children. His Majesty's appear- ance caused a mild sensation, amonf the members of the court, who re- mained in San when the king went to Madrid. During his absence His Majesty has grown side whiskers, like those worn by biw fa- ther Alfonso XII. In fact, he looks like a different person altogether. While the side whiskers have appear- ed most of the hair has disappeared, being now cut very short. Daily Herald's Patterns I'm party to tie crime I'll i His iirst duty was to open eornrannica- i keep the secret." she promised, with a j decidedly kindly glance. To Sophy ad- j miration of herself aJways argued j something good iu a man. She had !none of that uugracious scorn which j often disfigures the smile of beauty, i She a little sigh, followed quu.-h.jy by a smile. said all we possibly can to ore another, you and I. More than we should perhaps: And now to She pointed to the door of the castle. The prince was coming down the wooden causeway. He. too. wore the Volseni sheepskins.- Iu his hand he carried a sealed letter. Almost at tbe same moment a grdom led Mart art's horse from the1 stables. The' prince tions wirh Lepage and arrange that the i vjilet should send him all the mforrna- j tion which came to his ears and any impressions which he -vras able togath- j er in the palace. Zerkovirch would for- I ward the reports to Praslok i mined i.-ue- 1 ly so long ;is the prince remained at the castle But the prince was persuaded that his iV.iher would not refuse to see him he knew the true state i of ilie case. "My farber is really at- i taehod fo me." be said, "and ;M see J him I'm, oontKU'ur that I eau persuade uitu or the or" my leaving the kingdom jusi now. A hint of my suspicions with regard to the countess land Stenovics would do it. "bat I'm re- luctant to risk giving him such a shock. Toronto entertained the N'atiuna! rouncil of Women in Winnipeg. is to have the honor during the week j Beginning on Wednesday. Alig- 25. of i weleoniinir the British Association1 for the Advancement of Science, tbe i oldest as well u-s the most important j organisation of its kind in the world It is twelve years since the associa- tion last met in Canada, and then Toronto was the favored city. Thir- teen years before that a visit was made to Montreal. In the next twelve or thirteen years we may {xxt the Scientists ngain, and it is likely t-hut they will keep ou their route westward. Ji may be that ens of the coast cities will play the part of host then. but it's rather far :o look ahead. For -neath these with him in the Fairy Wood. As they j dreams. She early determined that walked thev came upon lennvson. He I i, j W; so moved bv the siuht of the j jor lo her tioneo. will probably hve to her- U'wn country; furtfter, that she would Uelf a he- own beautiful crirl of seventeen moving! j-tu n uuui-------ne, oivn i as far as possible lead the life of MI pretty and accomplished.; they have i ordinary English gentlewoman. She! bven brought up in th the Duke of Fife have the rests; they go vorv lift] thfl sight of the of seventeen movinp "like a light across these woodland ways" that he said suddenly "Are you a Drya-cl or an Oread wandering' as -tills is. the herc o- BUI :h.u sixty is inciniu.iv mOre so years after general socivty. ami, with UP m quu-t. way sls thrir mo- "u-r and the Kings younger djiugh- Joined them and, after a bow to Sophy, T think I can persuade him without." Th" first assembly of "the associa- tion hold in York, in 1S31, when its itims were Set. forth us follows "To irive a stronger impulse and a more systematic direction to scien- tific inquiry to promote the inter- course of those who cultivate science in parts of the British Em- pire with ont- auoiher. and for-, irign philosophers to obtain more' central attention for the objects of science and the removal of any dis- advantages of a public kind which "There on the top of in- down, ulur instruction in the schools. On a perpetual Pitnml. Thv wild heather round me and j third, the, awakening of a general) me June's bright blue, i sense of responsibility among our! It is Saturday and market day ;When T look'd at the bracken so people. .On the fourth, proper legis- jthe city. In long rows stand the bright and the heather so brown, ilation. I carts, barrels and baskets of the ;1 thought to myself I would ofier "As a farmer, when he fences a-country folk. .Loads of straw and this book to you, jiiel-d. fences not merely three -but four ;hay. grain, eggs, potatoes, tish ancl i JThis, ancl my love together. j sides, so it is imperatively necessary meat art- all, about. It js a long way you that are [that iu protecting our civilization to market and profits are consider-! With a faith as clear us the heights 'against ale-holism use the de'en-co ably lessened when .one reckons thfi i of the June-blue heaven. j of law as a complement to other ;tum: spent in jro-irig j-nd cominir, but. I a fancy as summer-new ._ methods. ,as our proverb "Flyina: crows' As the green of the bracken amid tru- j "This is now recognized in all civil- pick up }l dinner sitting ones' i gloom of the heather." j izert lands. In Kngland. in Swe "nothing." are numerous' j j Russia. Denmark, the legislation. Is much business has g-oi itself j j One would need to have the seven j moving in this direction." id one. The wagons-are empty-' again.'- i league boots of tbe German fairy- j At one comer of market i tale to keep pace with all the Then.- is a iai'g'e brewery in Chris- ia notorious drink-shop, a i ing that is going on in the city at itiania. the Schous brewery, aniong Air the peasants. At This sinipl 2953 BOY'S RUSSIAN SUIT Paris Pattern No. 2953 liltl .suit f-'-r the present. Some little time ago a Sun- day afternoon walk put en? in touch with new edifices, but that time has gone by. In the business section, fn t-he North Ward.'in the .Bufl Addi- tion, and in buildings az'e going -up as if by mag- ic. And strange as it may there are a'.most no houses to rent. It's a case of "water, water everv- handed the letter to Markart. i "For bis majesty. And you remem- her my message to General sir." j "Bat is it safe for you to trust your- i self at Slavna in the palace and j "T must risk the palace alone, and i I'm not mnch afraid. Stenovics might impede its progress." These aims and not a drop to drink." .fr cave nobly carrfrti out. and so yon take a fancy to a now hou.s- an--l great has been the influence of the speak of renting it. in nine cases out. that its methods have OJ- ien vOl! are thpt it SI.0kt-n He gave Markart his hand, j go to me, but I don't think been in many other countries. for }ong ago_j-erhaps when the first 'giving to such higher "Goodby! A pleasant ride to you. cap- than last His jrave face broke into a smile. "T'm not. to have M.. Zerkovitcb's company this time. sir.T" "Why, no. captain! You see. Zerko- vitch left the castle soon after G o'clock. Bather a short night, yes, but he was- In a harry." he'd favor assassination. And to Slav- na I shan't go alone. Our gunners will go with ns, Sopby. We have news of the being on tbe way. There will be nothing strange in my marching the gunners down to meet them. They're only half trained even in drill. Australia. South Africa, Gvrmany excavation was made. France ami the United States. whose directors is a certain lien: .'painted .tables sit helpless iron, somn i. f--ii Plamtz. Some time ayo Hrrr Han- sleeping, some shouting monotcnausK- iu.delivered a lecture in Xorweg- painful melodies, some swearing and' ian capital in which he .expatiated'striking their so that on .the value which alco-hol had for j the beer "mugs are upset and their one's health.. To alcohol he, contents run-in streams on t-he lipor. buux! the fact tr.at he himself got At tlu> bar stands a girl opening fcbt- through the siege of Paris in 1371 lies. Money, runs in a stearly stroatsi successfully. i int-o her till. It is the billowy trrain Uut Herr 1'lanitx also a director fields, the product of the dairy, the' in the well-known Norwegian life in- j hard weeks oi jubor which now as ringing coin pass into the drawer. The- money-begins to give out. The rinkers can got lib more-drink. This i.hf.-m ancl 'the fighting begins. ich clos into tn-- surance company ''Fram." companv has recently created a spp ial department for total The temperance party in Xorway i.- They push each other out. The.'po- .ho tunic. fr-Jiit, slightly giith- Hi'Ckbaiiii ;ip.d finishriti at tluv lower edge with an unusuuily hem. The round turndown -ol- Ijir'aml the belt'ar.- uf black and white- Striped ..linen, fastened wiMi a small pearl button and slippy..! ilirougb nar- row s'rrjps 'at. and in the-front. The lull bloojn-rs are puthcirt-d-' into stniigbt bands at the aricf made with the iisiv.I number of pockets. Th.- pattrrn is- in 4 to 5 yt-nrs. For a boy f 4 years tin- suit .require 4 1-2 of material.24 inches wide, 3 5-8 yar.is The only remedy seems to be to smiling- a.t this inconsistent gentb> lice appear and-drag one and another 2" inches wide, 2 3-4 yarcU 36 The routine of the meetings is in-, build for' yourself. And-if you do, and asking if this special the lock-up. Some are carried to widf- "-8 yards 54 inches wiu.; terestuzg. Evt.rything is done decent- have a little verandah, or a porch at. jpartmem is set afiart for those, who their wagons, tic horses'untied', and; illustrated, 1-2 yard of contra.st.ini !y and in order. A day or so before least, on the east side of the house, shortening their- lives .by not started off with a 'with m Aerial 27 inches wide, the meetinss the presidential Tor when it's hot here it's very, very j drinking at Herr Planitz's spring of'cold and hunger, as well as by the- of patu-rn 10 cents. but they're brave fellows.. We'll take addresses and the mo-re weighty pa- hot and an -eastern verandah is some- i up oar quarters with them in Sulei- Sophy burst into a laugh at tbe dis- 'man's tower. 1 don't fear all Slavna if lributed. tmay on Markart's face, "We neither I hold Suleiman's tower with 300 Vol- of us kne-w that Captain Markart, did senlans. Stafnitz may do his she cried, "We thought be was "Yes, 1 see." she answered thought- off the fright you'd i fully. "T can't come Tvith you to Sulel- to different special- man's' tower, "Only if there are of danger. Then you and Unrip must come. If all Is quiet you can stay in ber honse. am meet often, as often as possible. Por the rest we nrust wait" pers are published as leaflets and d.is- thini? to few devoutly thankful for. Of This makes good discus- course somebody has to buy lots fac- sion possible. Several sections may ing- the west, but let the real estate j join together to discuss certain pa- man sell them to somebody else. i "Tour royal highness gives me stammered Markart. his eyes on his horse. "Certainly, captain. Bat don't be Texed, There will be no invidious comparisons. Zerkovitch doesn't pro- pose to report himself to General Ste- novics immediatejy on his arrival." Good natured Markart joined in the at his own expense. 'Tm hardly mwake yet He must be made of Iron, that smiled the prince. Aa Markart mounted be added. "An re- Markart left the two standlny side by prince's serious face lit up si ists. and so the usefulness of an ad- dress is not confined -to one small body of men. Xext week there tire to be illustrated public lectures. The SOCIAL AND PERSONAL j Mrs. W. C. Simmons and two chil- i who have been spending the titles sound possible, "Our Food from the Waters." and "The Chemis- j She saw that they must wall. It ;try, or- being the first two. j mpossible to approach king ou the i we wondei.( we j shall ever strike gas here j Apart from the amount of scientific j summer at coast, returned on heart of bis ambition. It would be a shock as great as the discovery oTf Countess Elleaburg's ambitions. It rould not be risked. "But if uuder Stenovics' influence king does refuse to see she ask- o see you and repeat! 's face grew- very grave, The bride of last Vtednesday whose wedding- excited so much pleasurable interest was the raison d'etre of sev-'j eral showers, iliss Vrooman gave a j Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr, Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Study Club Lesson for August 22, 1809. Paul's Third Missionary Journey- knack shower, the Misses Har-I The Slot in Ephesns. Acts. to knowledge put in circulation at such1 oiefMiwMewburn one -of J time, if :s a good thing for highly educated men such .as -the-St.- scientists are to visit the Colonies. It is good for them and -good for us. First- knowledge..of a country is the Mrs. j Golden said unto me, My sn-ace is sufficient for thee, for ray and Mrs. Chirers and Eckstorm were also hostesses at this j "in 'weakness. but his voice was Drm. valuable kind., and such know- charming. small tea in -Not even the king-not even my ft. i ledge used fay men who .learned honor Qf Mrs -liay Rome. who leaves make me throw away the io- to weigh and compare must carry heritance which is mine. The hand conviction. As for us, a young coun- would be the kings, but the voice tbe j try nCT. new in sports. voice of Stenovics. I shouldn't obey, i Jt {s IQ in contact with They'd have to come to Volseni ana take me." i shortly Sophy's eyes kindled. "Yes. mature rninds and keen intellects. Tt is good to feel the influence of ideals of Stafnitz. He went back to a He gave Markart his WQrk which bis heart no longer was, for his heart had felt So- pay's spell. "Tou can have had to no sleep smile, Sophy's beauty radiant in merriment His own face fell as he rode away. "I half wish I was in the other he grumbled. But Stenovics' tlf j by chance the thing wbicb we arts, foliowin know may happen any day. and of that the Mother Country. we shouldn't hear till evening. And ____ there's ut> drill even. 1 sent the men to their bomes forty-eight hours' We cannot let August go by with-; Mrs lough yesterday morning." His face out some allusion to Tennyson, whoso is on useful and popular form of entertain- j o Cor. i Verses 23-27'. Does the successful a presentation of truth always mean a war with evil? When the general welfare oi the Miss (ieraldine Cambie gave people is injured by the business of for her new home in Leth- the few, is it or not the duty of the Miss C'ambie's guests were State to make such business .illegal? Can you give examples where the spread of Christianity as in this case, has closed up injurious business en- Miss mour. Miss lluby Seymour. Miss Alexander. Miss Arrtagh. Mrs. F. B. ;or, Miss. "Rouleau. Miss Tlecn What is the general influence of W "j C2> BlJJUiCVA- -a- Hi 1 4 f AJ.CJH. D "And for i Darning and to set our faces to- Miss Graveley. Miss Macdon- Christianity upon business enter. Miss Greta MacdonaW Miss j Qod Cor. Nothing will happen today unlesi i wards the goal of achievement in the 01 iMariorie Rome. Miss Tiltcn, "Victoria j efforts if he he is hurtinj: some Miss Lvo Sat-j person's bufiness? If the spread of Christianity hurts class of business men, slvmln we ompensate the losers? If Dorr.etrius himsf-lf had become Are we under as much obligation to take good advice from a. heathen or an infidel as. we- are from, Christ- ian? (This question must an- swered in writing by members of the. Who was the god doss Diana sup- posed to be, and what did her wor- the same time is without -love, what good is the faith to him? -Verse some people give and suffer personal inconven- ience, who have.no real love in t'heir hearts and if so, what is it'which- prompts to these acts? ship stand for1 If a man Pves when lfc can Was it superstition pure and simple 1seen' and does not when tt or is there any ground for belief that! not be seeu- 1S there any love in his the image of the goddess Diana did fall clown from heaven? heart, or anv real merit in his chari- ty? Is it ever wise, to act when under -Should the church refuse to accept the influence of anger or Does it often happen that one cool level headed man can disperse mob? Chapter Christians in these days show the love they have one for another as they ou.ebt? 'Lesson .for Sunday, August 29th, on Christian Love. I urday Sun-set. 1 Mrs. T. F. Kirkham, of Lulhbrkige. j visit u> the j relaxed in n smile. "1 think today can have a holiday. man giving- his body to be burned, for his re- ligion with an impure motive, ;or with out love in his heart? If we really love a person will we ever speak of him to his injury, no matter what tbe provocation may be? What is it in love, which tends to patience, politenes, kindness, gentle- ness, and humility? May a person be controlled by love, and be envious at the same time, and if not, why not? Does love always make a man think of "the other fellow" before himself? What does love take all its pleasure from Yerses despondency or doubt, or depression, or hopelessness, or any other bad feeling, occupy the heart that is filled with love? What will be. relative- values or uses in heaven, of faith, hope, elo- quence, knowledge, love? What is really the sum total of all things, or that which sums up in it- self all the blessedness, nobility, and happiness, that the mind can con- room inscribed hy the youthful to i he Vicar of Shiplake who mar- riVvl theijj. The young hrKiegvoom savs ;iesrrto a big man than to club.) man ever refuse to risk I a ,lmic man? Losson Sept. 5th, other provisions socks to stop every which white slave deal- finoat d Tbe HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS "Sweetly, swwt.jy flow your life, i Vever parish feud perplex you. j Tithe unpaid or party strife. i All things please you, nothing vex you; You have given me such a j We hope that t.h-e wishes so grace- I fully expressed worked out well, and that the tithes were paid promptly. crs have cscajwil punishment in the state. The second bill makes it a felony to detain any woman in a j i sort to compel hnr to pay any debt, The Norwegian prohibitionist. Mr. Iscne, recently remarked, must ho protected firink, j tho defence must be built on four sides. "On one sklc There rr.ust be tion in the homo. On another, pop- -ShouM his life for a cause, if, by so do- j ing, he can conserve its .j principles should guide us in running risks for tbe cause of God, which is always the cause of human- ity Was .Paul's first, impulse right to "rush in among this fa mountain at Paul's Third Missionary -Journey- Farewells. Acts crowd? v When should we, when should f ji we be governed by the nrst im- j Tt Verse the usual riot or mob j what propftrtion of the crowd, know j 4, what Ihoy are'contending Verses dirl Alexander j 4> want to to this mob? .1 did'tho people cry down AK i Can any man reason corrcctVy who is blinded by religious prejud Verses How do you tbe character of this towii cl'.'rk? Our Constant "The Book." One hundred in YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO MEET The Lethbridge Builders The first Adult Biblo Class organized in Southern Alberta WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE ROOM AT 2.30 V. M. ANY SUNDAY Six f 'Stranjcr only Once. My Life for Another ;