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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta w THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY AUGUST DAINTY FEOCKS FOR GROWING GIRLS PARIS PATTERNS 2676 All Seams Allowed The first model 2668 is developed for afternoon wear in pink flowered The little waist has the full ness brought into a boxplait at the centrefront and also at each side of the The full skirt is attached to the waist under a belt of the ma which is hidden by a sash the guimpe needs 2 34 yards IS 1 3S yards 36 inches wide or 1 18 yards 42 inches The second model 267G is develop ed in blue cotton adaptable to Indianhead cotton or The waist has an invert ed boxplait down the centre of the as has the full which is attached to the under a belt of the Black cotton soutache trims the front of the waist and a simulated closing is made on of pink Bands of the waist and skirt by pearl but messaline trim the Y neck and wide The little guimpe is of tucked cream colored the neck and sleeves finished with a ruf fle of plain The pattern is in 4 to 14 For a girl of 10 years the dress requires 3 34 yarfJs of material 27 inches 2 34 yards 3G inches wide or 2 12 yards 42 inches with 58 yard of contrasting material 3G inches wide tons and loops of the the dress fastening invisibly under this clos The are finished with a row of stitching and trimmed with the buttons and The pattern is in 5 to 14 For a girl of 10 years the dress requires 3 73 yards of material 27 inches wide 2 78 yards 36 inches wide or 2 33 yards 42 inches Price1 of each 10 LADIES SEVENGORED SKIRT PARIS PATTERN 2602 All Seams Allowed with the closing at the left sidy of the and the habit back Slaving a seam down the this one of the newest and most pop ular models for late autumn and early The best materials for its development are either striped or plain or The buttons may be of 1 thr or the clothcovered variety o of according to The lower edge is finished with a simple hem but if desired a row of braid might be applied as a above the The pattern is in 7 to 34 inches waist mea For 26 waist the made of material with requires 8 12 yards 20 inches 5 18 yards 36 inches 4 yards 42 inches wide or S 38 yards 54 inches wide with out nap it needs 7 12 yards 20 ins 4 12 yards 36 inches wide 3 12 yards 42 inches or 3 1i yards 54 inches Width of low er about 3 34 Price of 10 SOPHY OF KRAVONIA Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda LADIES WORK APRON PARIS PATTERN 2621 All Seams Allowed A new model of work which may be developed in heavy checked or figured gingham or is here It is cut in one piece and completely covers the sides and back of the the lower edge being finished with a wide Above the waistline the apron has the effect of a princess panel and this is bound either side with a narrow bias strip of the The shap ed pockets sei on at either are BOYS RUSSIAN SUIT PARIS PATTERN 2624 All Seams Allowed A slight variation of the usua style of Russian blouse is here shown The tunic is made with a Gibson3 tuck at the front and stitchec from shoulder to and the fulllength sleeves are plaited into cuff depth or finished with stitchec The full knickerbockers are gathered about the knees by elas and run through the a stitched belt of hemcasings the slipped through narrow straps at the underann gives the popular longwaisted The removable shield is embroidered in selfcolored and a bias trimming band of Scotch plaid gives a pretty and sty to match the and the j Hsh If desired the wristbands model is most simple in construc and therefore easily The is in 3 medium and In medium size the apron may be of similar The pattern ic in 6 to 7 For a boy of 5 years tiit requires 418 of material 27 inches 3 yards requires 4 12 yards of material 27 i 3G inches or 2 yards 54 inches inches or 3 34 yards 36 inches Price of 10 wide as illustrated 38 yard of plnid material 27 inches Price of pattern 10 2616 Paris Pattern 2616 LADIES DRESSINGSACK All Seams Flowered or plaia cash nuns albatross r China are all adaptable for this charming little The fronts are gatheed into the yoke ich is of allover lace or emhraidery according to The armbands are of similar late and the sleeves are finished with a ruffle of the trimmed with narrow insertion and lace edging similar edging and in sertion finishing the ruffle at the edge of the The fullness of the back is tucked in boxplait effect a narrow belt fastening in front hold ing in the fullnes at the waist The pattern is in 4 40 and 44 bust For 36 bust the sack requires 4 12 yards of material 20 inches 2 38 yards 36 inches or 2 14 yards 42 ineh es wide as 78 yard of wide insertion for 34 yard of insertion for 4 yards of narrow insertion and 6 yards of edg ing to Price of 10 Apply Heald Pattern SCOTCHMEN HAVE QOOD TIME The Dramatic and Social Club of the Caledonian Society held their first entertainment in the Caledonian Hall Friday The hall was packed to the The assisted by the President Kelly in a brief address welcomed the mem bers and more particularly their lady whose presence added much to the success of the Gordon gave a stirring pat riotic address at the opening of the The following interesting program was given Bagpipe by the Caledon ian Pipe Deathless Jessies Dream at Roman Miss McDon Sword dance by Miss Minnie Scott accompanied by Pipe Major Happy Nai Will ye no come back Miss Miss Coming through the After the concert refreshments then a series of Scotch dances vas led off by the grand march pipes Jn the realold Scottish Dancing was kept up until the vee hours of the But it 1 were detained bjr utpMt bflglness In Sluvnaand that theres work to be done In officer wouM to The which I mentions no although king designated me by word of The order mentions no No it directs the baroacn to aeeMn pany the at foot mj namo la Intrusted to Cfetomi But with care and pftlrof smiled at Mtrkart as though taking aim Into tbo suppose another goes to Why shouMnt tbt prince trust the baroness to the cart of that officer as readily as to you You shall I put llze his Stafnltz still wore his fldentlal smile as he with am air of Innocent slyness Suppose the officer were Captain Mistitch think if a just the job for Captain HercnleaT Even Stenovics started a little At that He laid down his cigar and look ed at his friend the colonel for some Then he looked at Markart seeming to to watch how Markart was taking eren to sympathize with Markart on having to consider a rather startling on having possibly to do some little Tlo lence to his Certainly Cap tain Markart gathered the impression that Stenovics was doubtful how he would stand this somewhat ataggerlag At last the general tamed his eyes back to Stafnitz Thafs genious a bit of deTlltry as I ever colo he remark ed Captain Mis titch Is restored to Hes of proper rank to perform such a service and to mand an escort of a hundred Aft er an officer of my rank made A cer tain concession In accepting so small a The prince would regard the Ing of Mistitch as a deliberate IttStUt Tin afraid he Hes hot probably say as and Mistitch Is hot Hed probably resent the But youll that the escort Is to be large enough to iMke the officer commanding It secure against hindrance by any act short of open and armed resistance to the kings Hell never believe the king wovld send Mistitch rf Will that make his peaceable oho dience more likely In a moment theyd be at oth He go ud MarkMrt understood them yery There was no need of moefc Ing little smile to point the i Markart was to be Lepages jailer i Sterkoff was to be Under the most civil and considerate form be waa made as close a prisoner as the maa he Evidently Stenovics bad come to tbe conclusion that he could not ask Markart to put too great a strain i on his The bow seemed very kindly disposed to ward him and almoat apologetic Ive every hope that this responsible I very irksome duty may last only the few hours I Too put me under a personal obligation by undertaking my dear In the absence of any choice Markart saluted and 1 understand my Stafnltz Captain Sterkoff Is also aware of their purport Stenovics looked but Im sure Markart himself is quite It seems odd that In the midst of such a transaction as that In which he was engaged Stenovics should have found leisure or heart to care about Markarts Yet so it was curiously human touch cropping He shut Markart up only under the strongest sense of necessity and with great Probably Stafnltz had insisted in the private conversa tion which they had held Markart had shown such evident signs of jibbing over the job proposed for Captain Hercules Lepagts heart was but his spirit was not Stafnitzs Ironic i al smile called an answering one to his I It would console my feelings If 1 also were put in charge of i be Shall in my rkeep an eye on Katcheff or report j if the captain here is remiss in the duty of keeping himself a prisoner j I dont think you need trouble your I Sterkoff will rrelieve you of To Le Stenovics almost i And how long am I to gen eral Youre In the en viable IJB of being subject to ourcwn mon to settle that for yoor i well discuss inat i ters again tomorrow nigbt or the fol lowing There are many men I who prefer not to do but wffl i accept a thing when if s Theyre The Best of All Breakfast Foods Theres a reason behind ak lads and required light breakfwrt and market was flooded withhealth foods best breakfast foad in the world is Zephyr Cream Soda serushed in cream or sweet Christies Zephyr Cream Sodas have more original all other sodaa manufactured on this More than the original goodness of Christies Biscuits The flavor does not All big biscuit makers buy a brand of We buy all Then we blend the best sift and testf the Mend until we find a dough that will sustain the daristie Expensive we know no other way of starting to make biscuits up to our own high Every ingredient entering uto our is the purest and best we can Our Zephyr Cream crushed in or fresh certainly make an excel lent light You test AT YOUR GROCERS M or small faaily and Brown Toronto A NEW JOB FOR A WOMAN The latest profession being invaded by women portends the day of female suffrage close at A woman street corner artist has made her ap pearance ia the The lady held the attention of the passersby on Round street one evening this week by a little game of chance conducted by herself and a couple of intelli gent The game consisted of I the selling of seven cards on which not necessarily Ive done no j numbers were printed at ten cents worse to vou than give you the oppor i V Tt T LCt i Then the bird tunity of being one of I think it youll be prudent to take it Then same was a number from dont be iTo re You must rememl a The holder of the card which i contained the lucky number got half and was a dollassid the lacly got the ren ing twenty Apparently a lie of iirofessional attendants also involved in the transaction these uiiinovrn gentlemen seeming be the usual winners and were lg in their praise of the merits of scheme The woman has been erating joag the line for a couplj lhe game was tried in M cine a short time ago and il ame police on the advice of that Hugh 35 years of jumped into the lake at He pointed to the kings Markart rose and His was He hardly yet nnefrrj j stood how very ingenious the iagoskwi j deviltry how the one man WM It i sent whose directions the prtnet jj could not submit whose presence I was an Insult to whom it was Impossible i to Intrust Baroness He wm j very glad to get out of the Tfce last he saw was Stafnitz drawing kli chair close up to Stenovics and Ing In low earnest The kings body lay on the bed Re cently disposed and covered wtth a arge fur Lepage sat on a chair near Natcheff on another In tbe Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Linscottfor the International Newspaper Study Both looked up for a moment i quence Lesson for August Paul on Christian 13 Golden now abideth these but the greatest of these is I Verse is the utmost which can be claimed for the gift of elo as Markart but neither Why is an eloquent man without Markart found a third chair and sat iovej ijfce a brass band with cymhal Nobody said The i accompaniments three were as silent almost as still j wm ei0quence without love malr0 a man acceptable to God Will eloquence without make a man acceptable to his or give any lasting satisfaction to him as the fourth on the A low mur mur of voices came from the next The words were So passed full half an A Btrange and terrible half hour it mvm ed to The door and Stafnltz called The physician rose and fol owed Another twenty mlnntes went still tn but once Mart self Verse there any necessary moral praise due to a man who naa the gift of and has intu itive knowledge of mystery Is there any more necessary praise art looking for a moment at his mute be accorded to a big man than to i a little man j gives a man the faith so be j can remove a mountain and he at j the same time is without what good is the faith to him Verse some people give hb and suffer personal inconveh who have no real love in their I herrts and what is it which j prompts to theseacts If a man gives it can be and does not it can saw tear rolling slowly own Lepages wrinkled Le page saw him looking aad broke tte silence I suppose I helped Jo kill him Markart shrugged his shoulders belp Silence came Very long It seemed but on looking at bis Markart found that it was not yet half Again the door and Stafnitz called to tiem They followed ot be seen1S heart that is filled with love What will be relative values or uses in of elo love and more if modern pr ers would eenst tly giv their perienctin iheii thus nishini concret examples of power of the Lesson for September 1909 Pauls Third Missionary Journey Acts Golden I can do all things through Christ which strengthened Verse What effect does Pauls method of exhortation of the breth ren when practiced in these days Verse Do enemies in these either in the flesh or constantly lie in wait for the Christian Have our Godformed for the sometimes got to be changed hlm Into the next Stenovics was sitting at the table with his hands or any real merit in his chari the church refuse to accept plosped on it in front of Stafnitz for the Gospel or for took up a position by his standing as thoujb on Natcbeff had dis Stenovics spote in roni those e seen of men Do those who ciearly give to give without deliberate He seemed to hare jbut to be seen of reap any ben assumed command of the operations jofk from or does it hurt them i Can you conceive of a man giving Captain Markart Im about to Inhis body to be re trust to you an important and with an impure or with Bible For the nest twentyfour Ol1t love in his heart my orders youwill bo in charge of this man Lepage and will detain him In jthese apartments His own room and this room will be at the disposal of I matter what the provocation may be I What is it in which tends to I gentle yourself and your but you must not let the prisoner OUT of your sight remains In his He will hnve access to the kings room when he but be will not leave the suit of Beyond seeing to this yon will have no respon sibility for The door lending to the salt wjll be lorked by me and will or by my I remain at the palace tonight me Captain gterkoff will be the officer and humility j May a person be controlled by and be envious at the same and i if why not I Does love always make a man think j of the other fellow before himself j What take all its pleasure from Verses despondency or i or or S or that which sums up in it jself all the and Under j that the mind can con or the heart and why st the tactics of Verses It would look as if these leading evangelists of the new religion would be needed elsewhere than with Paul say what advantage it as to or or the that they were with him What help is it to i preacher or a Christion to listen for some days to a man like Paul Where were Phildppi and Troas sit Verses Does verse seven in dicate that it was the practice of the early Christions to break bread to gether on the first day of each week What can you against or in favor of the unmistakable demand which cxirts for short in view of this incident This question must be answered in writing by memr bers of the Why is it that church members will for two hours to a political speech and get tired of even a good sermon if it longer than thirty minutes Can you blame this young man Eutychus for going to sleep under a sermon several hours long Verses As a geographical ex ercise look up on the map tHe plac es mentioned in verses 13 to and say where they are situated Verses Paul here opens his and gives his personal exper ience without any of the art of the orator would it be more Verse W know in to happen to u What k the t in the spirit Must euch i Paul If we wliftt will spiritual lifer Verse Is for God to give it help us things that the future aing of usalem d aff be heeded ese oughts of he effect upon ture Verse or commorSjjj spiritual men of the I ach Christion Parij had rhti distinct mission Whicl1 ahottld our or ace our mis rtos Shoul oirr hint beloved be sad or Verser it improper ing for irithful man to tny he has his whole dutyr Shoulrs every minister be say as raul said in Verse 27 is the feed the church of God Verses view of the fact that always on v bs should bo our attitude What are our dangers Verse t is the and protection for the tian Versea mai covet and be well pleasing to God What at supreme duty aad the freatest luxury of the Chris tian lift i Verses lessons mav we learn firia this touching scene Lesson lor Close of Pauls Third Missionary CRAQG Pnyfician Surgeori Office to 1 i 30 V a p PhonOSce House He will himself supply you is it This question must be any meals or other refreshments jwered in writing by members of which you may Ring j hand bell on the inbUvno other Lesson for he will be with you imme Do understand your or Pauls Third Missionary Journey Acts or any other bad occupy the Our Constant in Six YOU ARH CORDIALLY TO MEET The Lethbridge Builders The Adult Bibl Class organized in Southern Aloerta IN 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