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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tte Lethbridgfe Daily Herald, Saturday, February FOR SUCCESS ON BAKING DAY USE OGHVE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR IT ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION THE OGILVrs FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED WINNIPEG FORT WILLIAM MONTREAL FROM A WESTERN WINDOW -BY ANNE- i'he sun falls warm; the southern awake; The air seethes upward with a steamy shiver; ;ach dip of the road is now a crystal lake, And every rut a little dancing itver. Through great soft clouds that The deep sky. breaks as pearly blue as summer; Out of a clift beside the river's'bed Flaps the hlack crow the first demure newcomer. The last seared dnifts are eating fast away With glassy .tinkle into glittering In the first hour of the morning of the tenth of February, 1899, bis gen- tie spirit passed away. Suggestive Questions on the 1 SUNDAY SCHOOL I LESSON From 'his portraits, the pen-pictures of his friends, and from his own ver- ses we gather that his was a singu-l larly winning personality. "Perfect sincerity was the keynote of his char- acter. .Always living on a nar- row income, his deaire was for the greatest simplicity.. He was on 'the side of all good in the wider By Rtv. O. for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. c "y Dogs lie asleep and little children play With tops and marbles in the sun- bare places; And 'I that stroll with many a tfcought- His deep love of fcis own children was Taut a well-spring of love for children he knew, What he was In his life and in his work came from sheer sincerity, from a temperament hls deep love for nai- ture, his abhorrence of the greed and selfishness of men, and his childlike faith in a better day. A volume of his collected verse is published by Morang, and it not too much to say that it should "be known and loved in every Canadian home. Within its covers is troe poetry, and blest is that soul to whom its high themes appeal. There is. room here to quote onlj briefly with the hope that the reade may go to the fountain head itself Perhaps this sonnet one of a group of three, embodies the poet's a ruling passion in these days, and "Nay, never once to feel we are alone harm can come from following the I advice of Ecclesiasticus: "Let us now praise famous men." We in Canada keep a day apart this month in memory of our gentlest poet, Archibald Lampman, who died on tenth of February, 1899. His was a .lived to be only .thirty- one for which his country- men have every reason to foe grate- ful. It is, of course a truism, that the dreamer, the poet, is the true leader of the people. It is the things which are not seen that are eternal, and he is their exponent. Your man of af- fairs realizes this, and instinctively feels that the visionary has a .truer grasp of the realities than he has ham- self." Wolfe voiced the universal feel- ing; he declared he would rather [the author of the Elegy than the hero of Quebec. Wordsworth expresses it when he says: 'Blessings be with eter- .nal praise, Who gave us nobler loves and nobler The poets, who on earth have made us heirs Of truth and pure delight by heavenly lays. On might my name be numbered among theirs, Then gladly would I end my mortal days." 3159, 3172 .UP-TO-DATE LADIES' COATS Paris Patterns Nos. 3159, 3172 quires 2 3-4 yards of material 42 inches wide. Black satin-faced cloth is used for this handsome outdoor garment. The The life of a poet does not possess the same interest as that of a man of action. A few facts regardinj Lampman may be noted. He was February 20th, 1910. The Golden Rule. Temperance ,esson. Matt. 7: 1-12. Golden Text, Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them, for nis is the law and the prophets Matt. 7: 12. Verses 1, it that men not very good themselves, are harsh In men? When men condemn others on mer suspicion, what is generally the rea ground for their condemnation? Why is it that a truly good man will never judge another harshly, o on mere suspicion? What reason Is there to belle1.1 that a person is guilty of the same or a similar sin, when he, suspect another for it'on mere suspicion, an does he not thereby cause others t judge him after his own Judgment? Verses are men so apt t think lightly of their own sins, an to magnify the very same sins i otners? It is but right that a man should first Ms pwn sins, before trying to help others to do so, but is it impossible for one sinner to in- lost vital blessings only by our ig? What is the significance of the hree words, ask, seek, knock? Why does God often keep us wait- ng foor what we seem to so urgently need, and to only give them to us fter earnest and importunate prayer? What are some of the benefits of Why is it that notwithstanding the nvitatloa and the promise of Jesus and ten thousand of testimonies as to he value of prayer, that it Is so little used? Verses 9, we are loyal to 3od, what reasons are there to be- ieve that God will answer all our who habitually stories, ther' true or false, against the char- acter of her neighbors? Verse the teaching of Jesus, tow'-would you demonstrate that a person may, or may not, be Mi follower Who does not delight to 'do good, and, having the opportunity, U not actively engaged in doing it? Verse is the law which. operates, to eternally destroy the hope and happiness, of .all -who persist ti doing evil? Verse is the natural 'fruit of a follower of Jesus, and that of m. follower of evil? Verse intimates here, that a man may be quite siiccesafiil in religious work, and yet be a work- prayers, in the sense of at least with-jer of iniquity; show how that can holding all bad things and giving us t be every necessasry good thing? Verse IS THE RELA- TION'BETWEEN OUR LOVE AND ACTIONS TO OUR FELLOWS, AND OUR GETTING GOOD THINGS How does God'regard a man wtto prays, and yet knowingly sin? Does God expect, and is it reaeoa- to expect, that ordinary FROM THEM, AND HOW DOESican do will In all things? THIS BEAR ON THE QUESTION! you account for the OF TEMPERANCE? (This queB-i ceptioh of men, who according to tlon must be answered in writing by teaching of will walk up to members of the club.) Lesson for Sunday February 27th, IfliO: False and True Discipleship, Matt. February 27, 1910 False and True Discipleship Matt. Golden Text. Not every one that duce another to repent? saith unto me 'Lord, Lord shall into the kingdom of heaven, but he that doetti the. will of-my father which is in heaven. Matt. Verses 13, .what sense is the gate to eternal life narrow, and the way to destruction broad? What are the conditions for enter- ing into eternal life? If a man repents of, and gives up all his sins but one, why is it impossible gate While the great human heart arounc us lies; To-make the smile on other lips ou own, To .live upon the light in other's eyes To "breathe -without'a, doubt the lim Of that most perfect love that know no pain; To love and no care Whether the comes back to u again Divinest-self-forgetfulness at first A and then a tonic, then 3. need; To greet -With open hands the best and worst, And only for another's wound to bleed; This is to see the beauty utiat God meant, Wrapped round with life ineffably content." Surely these are noble lines. And to have done this is to have lived, Why or for him to pass through the which, leads How much success is attained by unspiritual pastors, or Sunday school 10 eiei'na.1 me: Verse there any false pro-' phots Uliese day's, and if so, describe teachers, in leading sinners to repen-jthem. tance, notwithstanding that they may Is or a Sunday school tea- teach the real truth with ability? Verse considerations will eher a false prophet if he preaches what he-does not practice? gate of heaven thinking they are uv- ed, but to be turned back at of iniquity? This question must he- answered in writing by members of the club, Verses JeeiM mean- that we are to do literally as his word reads in to take them .as principles and to as he did, form the personal acquain- tance of the Father, and then do will in ,the details? If God and his fellows and as following Jesus in doing good, always being true -to the voice of God in his what reason is there to believe that that is building upon the impregnable rock? Verses 28, was it that distinguished the teaching of- Jesus from that of the scribes? Lesson for Sunday, March 6, 1910, Jssus the Hosier-'-Matt: S-9-17. J. L. PERRON WILL FILL LEMIEUX'S SEAT AH Seams Allowed. coat (NQ 31_2) fa Jn For early spring the garment has a shaped shawl collar and ired (No. 3159) is the latest lower edge. The front closing ossessing as it does a long shawl effected in slanting line, and the ar and turn-back cuffs. Its length is aranged to corespond. The 9 inches, and the fronts closing sleeve is finished by a turn-back cuff. Among tfie materials lightly double-breasted effect offer will lend themselves attractive- ortuity for the display of buttons to the development of this design rogs. A suggestion for material Venetian or covert cloth, cheviot, luslan gray lightweight Panama cloth or heavy silk. The vith deeper gray bengaline for collar and the cuffs may be he shawl collar and cuffs, while with contrasting material or mttons can be covered -with the braided or embroidered. The 3ther material which may be used is cut in five sizes, from 32 to :overt cloth, tweed, serge, cheviot inches bust measure. For 36 bust infinished wool. The pattern is cut coat requires 3 1-8 yards of mater- six sizes, from 32 to 42 inches, 42 inches wide. neasure. For 36 bust tne coat of each Pattern, 10 cents. C. P. R. EARNINGS C. T'. k. earninf? for of February ir.creasei over the same week last year. iOf time It takes to go for a doctor often proves dangarous. The safest way is to keep Chamberlain's Cough [Remedy in the house, and at the first of croup give the child a A few minutes Ceiay in treating j dose. Pleasant to take and always some cases of croup, even the length' cures. Sold by all druggists. born in 1S61 in the county of Kent, Ontario, and came of German and Dutch descent. On his mother's side were poets and scientists; on his father's side soldiers and patriots Part of the lad's boyhood was spent j on the shores of Rice Lake, a most1 beautiful, almost enchanted, spot, and :iere. it may be, his love for beauty which was a vital part of him5 ripen- ed. From Trinity College, Toronto, he graduated in 1882, and taught school for a short time, hut found this work most uncongenial. Shortly afterwards he was appointed to a pos- ition in the Civil Service in Ottawa, and held that till his death. He did not like the work, but "he recogniz- as his biographer tells us, "that the life had its compensations in per- iods of leisure secure and serene, whidh he might devote to his one great passion, poetry." Nowhere was he so happy as in the great wil- derness and every year he spent some time in the "heart of the woods. On a canoe trip he taxed his strength the utmost, and it was then that his heart received an in- jury from which it never recovered. A long rest was necessary in the sum- mer of 1S58, but to no end. The proofs of his new book, which he was expecting from Edin- burgh, were never to be in his hands. Remember us with no familiar name." The exquisite little poem which fol- lows has a touching interest, as it was written after the death of the poet's little We Too Shall Sleep. jSot, not for thee, Beloved child, the burning grasp of life Shall bruise the tender soul. The noise, and strife, And clamor of midday thou shalt not see; But wrapped for ever in thy quiet grave Too little to have known the earthly lot. Time's crashing hosts above thine in- nocent head. Wave upon wave, Shall break or pass as with an army's tread. And harm thee not. prompt a truly good man to lovingly j Verse IG.-lf a man is a good hus- reprove sinners, .and try to turn them band, a kind father, an agreeable nel- from their sins? ghbor; charitable, honest .and indus- class of persons .are those. but does not belong to any with whom advice or reproof is hope- i church, what reason is there for us less, and who but insult a person for 1 to conclude that he is not a christ- is efforts to help them? Does Jesus here .direct us to give fan? Montreal, Feb. L. Perron, K. C., of'Montreal, a fornaer partner of the late Hon. Raymond Prefontaine, was to-day elected a Liberal member for Gaspe in the provincial legislature. He takes the seat vacated by Dr.: J. L. Leraieux, who Was recently ap- pointed sheriff of Montreal. Verse 17.-IT a man attends church up all efforts to save those who an- land prayer Weting regularly, and swer to. dogs" and "sw" dogs" and "swine, not what, does-he mean? and If takes part in the services, but is ugly jand cross to his chudren> w_tat verses .7, Seeing God gives us son is there for so maay; things withoout our asking, he is not a hypocrite? us to conclude that or even knowing our need of them why. is u that he gives, some'of" the How would you class a woman, act- ive in church and missionary work, Do you know that croup can be pre- vented? Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse .or even aiter the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the .at- tack. It; is. also" a certain cure ..for croup and has never been known to fail. Sold by all druggists. Hudson's Bay Co. A few short years We of the living flesh and restless brain Shall plumb the deeps of life and j know the strain. Ttie fleeting gleams of joy, the fruit- less tears; And then, at last, when all is touch- ed and tried, Our own immutable night shall faH, and sleep In the same silent plot, 0 little friend. Side by thy side, In peace that changed not nor know- eth end, We too shall sleep. MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL You can ace wfiat you baking without open- ing the oven door. The oven door of the "HAPPY THOUGHT" hat a small door covering a mica window, whereby your cooking may be watched without cooling ihe oven. This illuminated oven is patented and found on no other range one of the many points of superiority of the "HAPPY THOUGHT." Our interesting booklet tells of many other im- portant exclusive "HAPPY THOUGHT" features. Write for it. HAYR BROS, Local Representatives Social and Persona] On Saturday evening last Mrs. Mc-j Cullough was hostess of a small i bridge, at which Mrs. J. 0. Wilson j was the prize winner. McKillop and Miss Helen are! in hdmonton for a short visit with Mrs. McCuaig and Mrs. Bremner. i ____ i very jolly Valentine party was i given on SU Valentine's evening by' .Mrs. Conybeare for the young people, j Five hundred was played. j A very enjoyablsi wnfet drive was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. I P. Roy on Londo'n Road last. Friday i 1 evening. The ladies' was won I by J. T. Hings, while the gentle-j men's went to A. R. McGuire. I Mrs. and daughters and Miss Grimm assisted in serving refresh- ments. by TW WM. KICK STOVE CO. UNITED, OM. from the softest yarns, a favorite this season for dresses: colors navy, brown, myrtle, wine and old rose. Silk crepe-de-chine especially adapted for evening gowns owing to its soft, silky nature in cream, helio, sky ,brown and champagne, 44 inches yd. Shcpinml Australian wool A quality of ex- ceptional merit, 42 inches yd. Tartan from selected wool yarns, repels all dust: tartan never goes out of fashion. Black'watch. 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