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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ..-eg Cour.cil THE LETHimTDOE DAILY K SATURDAY. DECEMBER It, 192( -tsjxs i or 1 UOuk i i Oreat or "Unl- iKuuLU Know- its kind A surprise. ,a claries a rar ?is and teachers; iaj .-epHous to this charge. It Is often surprlslusj interest C U taken, ill the i :1 word, 1 once knew a minis who scemedrto hava .but one book ia his housa, the' Bible, 'ot course, But, to judge from hia'fiernipns.-ho.naa' not even read at r, thoroughly. What reading is dona throughout tho co-iu trj consists almostJeatirely of light ve ry_" admirable iri> .Its place, but taken some differ ent stuff as corrective; likely to prpve wholesome. The ''entertaining' novel anil' the attractive magazine Jead to a hastiness In reading that Is conducive to superficiality, and thet-sleals away all pallence with works of real man lal wealth and InEplratlon.'.lhnt must New Pipe Organ he grappled with before they will yield up their contents 'Books of quick Interest, that liurrj on for Incl ,5.-.. o-s f0r tno eva (o OVer onlr" the genial JElla In his Thoughts on Books and -Reading. Many1: reasons, might be adduced to 'einlain this lack' of Interest in the Taora; valuable types of written work. This 15 a new it Is Unsettled r-rrbnuous: .It ia busy. There has not yet Leon time, for culture to os iahlisb' itself, even lu our urban settlements. The pioneer; hardy and resolute, stern and iwrsevortng.' bat with KMure, is Btill not take easily Mr9. Jessie Kirk, svho was at the recent 'Winnipeg elections, elected to the Ctiy of Council, Is lire Bret woman to to chosen a member ol that body On the Prairies Progress Made in Erection at Wesley Church Hus Been Mosl Remarkable The cow organ purchased br Wesley church from Messrs.- Casa-j vant Freres of SL I'.Q.; Is now ia place and.tha two .wiwrtsl n charge ot' the work ot fraction firess they bays made, tt-lsj are to bo _ complimented on. the pro-' remembered that this orgau is real- ly five organs In oniy containing over hreo thousand separate pipes to- "aud the Is, perhaps, only a for something whleii Is better, but often spoken word.r.Wiq would not sooner hear..'the comedian than: read jokes? -All the convul- sing gestures, all the .Infective glan- ces, are abssat from the black-ant! white pagn Who could not moro easily grasp..tho thought of tho lec- turer, as hi stands before his class in- in essays or theses? not gain more from the" magnetic presence of the Prophet, than from translating his symbols, cold and lifeless, into warmth and, ..'All. of course, to say' that .the' eye and ear working !n conjunction result more satis facto rJ> than the eye ot the reader collecting what another's ear lias, received and .committed to But to the multitude contacU may bo sighed for In This .is where books step In and work to f Venture In a crude lonel> land iulrscle_ com with and, time has not yet nlt> for i race of Etudent to develop For the future mai look, to" establishment cen- tres learning the of liter irv star- and the widespread dllfa sion ot hooks icadiug m'Jit be dluded into three c'a'-ses ment reading reading for 411 re.d ng ror entertain for knowleJge and Over and Bowels Always Feel flue the' bowels fail will testify that there n nothing EO for bil- iousness, indigestion, headache or eal, buB Doae-SmauVrioi I Yiper TrMtmeirt for Cougftt und Colds titpa for it at the odjcalion of a colder icrc threat. It ii ta >on jtut tie littk lamp raiKirizci the pUeoit cesr bed; Tho BootiutijE antitepUc Tca. cwy, tbe ceraab, euct tin ionineta sod congrcslion, and protect Rccommrndnl for Atlkm yeai r and Cresolenehaa for past bectfit IJonabV. fo riptJTe booklet. He had to tevout at-His he didn't Have io oneeza and snuffle very long. He took the jar of Mentholatum and jubVed inside and outside nostrils wKen lie went fo bed, He soon breathed freely again and slept well all night. j Tht cold tout gone those who havo for thousands of years been hurled- under, the enduring" sod We pass from the sordid disappoint ins world for a lime and dwli with Ihu delightful creations of-some hearten to the call of the :prophet, and for ii time quench our thirst .with living .water, wrt'i 'wine aud milk without money and -without price "When once the love of books has Into ft man's life he can never J be lonoly he c-ui never be bored, he can never lose ;ils interest in life, he can never he qulto unhappy. Book1 are. the friends .that never fall. the. men and-.women that only, live In books are" the best and the most real ot all If I were to set down the ilames of the twenty friends who mean most to mp I should find'that rubfe than half .of them lived in the novols of Dlckeus and Thackeray, Dumas vand Daudet Wells and and Meredith writes Sidney Darkjn a recent .number of "John, o! London's Sone have no trlth those who seem torslmk off In a cowardly way irom the world of reality to-the realms of Imagination, but they do j not .realize that temporarj de- I supply the motive and zeal for many an hour discouraging labor afterwards He who never gets far enoiigh from hfe immediate; sur- roundings to view them, in perspective does not know, Ihe'value of an occa- sional soar to. the clouds. Day-dream- ing and -air-castlo building are de- rided'by the ultra-practical man, 'If you have built castles in the your work need not be says 'ihoreau, "that ia where they should he. Now put tho foundations under them." I One ot the finest books on this topic, recently published seems to ho Jthat ot Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch: "On the Art '-ot Heading." iln this work ft lie, subjects is handled with freshness .and originality. He 'attacks those iwho literature "a wllder- Iness. of facts, and -technical, disflnc- lions" what should bo a" dollghtfn: "How pnb of the raresl jdeliglils be converted into !io He deanes literature as "th'a1 which sundry men and women have memorably in .Ife." The average person dlstn-Esos Literature' .with'a toss ot the beac nd'a .of impatience, but "Q' iiakOn this subject of vital intcrei ind importance to' every onp Who is.not interested la life? and they only, can afford to HO ismlss Literature if Sir Arthu (Juiller-Couch be Tight. Again, in peaking to the beginner in Litera lire, maintain (o you, th irst'oUBmess "ot'a-learner -in litera cdmpleto'hoWlof som mden.iablo'hiiaterpioca and incorpor I.yc las Is surely of ftnd Ihe writer recall he.'ewtaSy. with which he "discover and re-read that 'undying Imrniony.. quote a justiricatlpi JJdoks. and 'Ooiian >oyle. In Tils' 'Wiroiigh the Magi a .volume Si osKays, he says 'My judgmlnls. May differ very fa 'rom and -my' likings mayVh 'our abhorrence; but tho nioro talk ng ot books is fn Itself good, bo th ipshbt what it may." DEKBATED, CANDIDATE GETS N.'S. HALIFAX, Doc. Canodla entire permanent offic end field staff of the Nova Scotia high ways board, appointed by the provin cial government Jor road building ha been dismissed. This actton follows on .the resit-nation yesterday of W. (1. of the an.ij tin- ilismlsaal of J. Rowbud, chief! engineer and F. M. Clarke, bis assist- ant. Tho start affected numbers 76. Tho new chairman of the licarrt, A. S. McMillan, was the defeated Liberal candidate for Antleonlsh in the last provincial elections. "A dandelion In full bloom was plucked In a-Halifax, lumberyard yes- terday, gether will! a .'set chimes, :hat on Monday, November" 2H. material was sealed In tvfo freight cars, tho progress made 4s llttte short of wonderful. The-last coanec-' t Ions have beeu made, and the'instru- ment will be "playing today, al- though it will take .at least ton days moro to tune the large pipes and make-the-final adjustments Bocesssrv to get tt In shape for the opening cti i to take place on Frlda> January 7, when U (s expected that Dr.'-.Chubb of Van- couver will bo'-present-' io give .1 recital. Messrs. Cajavant have- the namo; of being lha- -builders. 'of. the best pipe -organs.. bu tho continent ot America. and tb6 'organ have delivered to Letubridge -is'bhe of their rassterpieces, .and'although not the. largest or ejpensive, it is doubt the f most -up-to- date In Western containing as it decs inventions patented is late as August 1920 and it will easilj stand iirnt In the province of Al berta. The inslmmcnt is matte iip-ot great organ, pedal organ; _swell': or- gan, choir organ; the last being; enclosed' in'. separate ell boxes The nialn part is situat Rusty Longs fbi1 Freedoni BY BURGESS No can be As that of knbivins you are free. the Fox Squirrel.; a few dsys after he had taken up to Farmer lirov.-p's. box Siulrrtl almost happy. As long aVh? thnuxbt of the tiorfc, little red e( Shadow the Weasel pceriiiE doyju ai him IhroJgu the roof o_f hls-cagoiover In the.baru he wes pliite coateilC to be lu'-tbat cage, even though it.wore a sort of prison. And .then .there-were EO and interestins things to see there. It was all: very strange" and wonderful; Always there were the nicest things [9 eat. Farmer Browu's boy .petfed aim so much that it is a wouder that Rusty wasn't .quite, spoiled. .Perhaps farmer was {rving to make Rust> forget the Green But after a few days Rusty, being quite over from Shadow the' easel and hsvlng grov, n familiar with air the new and'strange things" about him began to grow rcstTesa and.un happy. From his cage ho caul" ildren N v Bmve otv I hild ren j do ed at the north of the Church behind the ciolr, --.while the echo., or- gan has been huUl at'tha back of the gallery The space oc ild look out .-of window of Farmer Brown's house- straight over fo the Green Forest Ho could eeo Orcnard the bare boughs Ihe hickon trees and the beecli trees .and. tho oak trees trees ami the maple trees and the birch trees swaying to tho touch of Brother Wind Uejcould see the, dark green of the plnej frees and the hem lock trees and trees; who hold their winter. and again ue taught a glimpse ot Black the Crow dying over the Green and You foolish little rascal, he would onh too eager to dine on fat Squirrel say aro ever so much betterjjII.Why can t you be contented here' here than you would be ID the Green j Rush conldnt tell him that not all Here it and 110 barm-1 the comforts-and safety in the- "world" can cqme to you have all and could make up for the loss of freedom more can eat. There-isn't a Ho couldri't.tell him that warmth and thing in the world for you to worry about.. Out there the ground is cov- ered with Rough Brother North comfort and safetv ind plents to eat in a prison.meant nothing at all com- pared to being to go and Fox trotting along the Long snd Wind is howling through the trees and come when he pleased, even, though hunger and suffering and danger conldn t tell Farmer Brown's boy that, because he couldn t speak in any Ian guage hut own, and thai Farmer Brown's boy didn't understand." So Rusty longed and couldn't be_happy. r (Convright 1920, byiT, W Burgess) The aeit story Understand Ins Heart '-The avenge man has a'mftnia for ioslng as his own hero How to Make Coffee Allow one hfapiiig ft Sal to each cup Pour frJi, wa-jr ovti the coffee. Simiccr nmules, Jjtt a frwnunmii. Thtn'im-e. Bt Kia you UK; SEALBRAND COFFEE Wlioit, Tor TritoUror: and ordiiiaiy pcrcol-- (OK. 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Tea Sets" Laundry Sets 35c to Pastry Sets 35o to S3.00 Stoves 75c to Toy Sad Iron's i 25c to 'Oa Smlnn.Sets 75c to Painting Sets 50c to S1 75 Teddy Bears Fur Animals of All Kinds Dogs, Cats, Rabbits Trains on all atzes, Steam Engines Pile Drivers Sandy Andy and Sandy Dick Bowler Andy Mill Meccano and Erectors Kiddie Cars And Hundreds of Other Dolls, Toys and Games for Babies and Girls and Boys. t 1 ..i I THE STOKES DR0G CO., Limited s DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 ;