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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, 'Saturday, February ?5 c7> edroom FROM A WESTERN WINDOW -BY ANNE- Outfit 1 Dresser and Stand 1 Spring, 4 ft. 6 in. s 1 r, 1 Quilt 1 Bed, 4 ft. 6 in. 1. Mattress, 4 ft. 6 in. 4 ft. 6 in. 1 pair of Cut tains 1 Shade You will find our prices lower than any place else for this Beautiful English Dining Room Outfit 1 Buffet 1 6 ft. Extension Table 1 China Cabinet 1 Set of 1 Easy Chair This cbair with the above outfit SNOW While arc the far-off plains, :iml The Jading forests grow; The wind dies out along the height, And denser still the snow, A gatheiirg weight on root' and tree, Falls down scarce audibly. The shadows and streams Lie still wkhout a sound; Like some soft minister of dreams The snow-fall hoods me round; In wood and water, earth and air, A silence everywhere. Sftve when at lonely intervals Some -fanner's sleigh, urged on With rustling runners and sharp bells, Swings by me and is gone; Or from the empty waste 1 hear A .sound remote and clear, The barking of a dog, or call T'> cattle, sharply nc-aled. Borne echoing from some wayside stall Or barnyard far afield Then all is silent, and the .snow Falls, settling soft and slow. The evening deepens, and the gray Folds closer earth and sky; The world seems shrouded far away Its noises sleep and 1, As secret as yon buried stream, Plod dumbly on and dream. Lampraan. Genuine Leather, hair filled jtually begins to get for Christ- on the first of "Oh, don't look at" me pleaded the button-hole maker. "It doesn't woivy mo so much as It does some of iv friends. It's only a Christmas rawer 1 have, and often I pick up lit- le gifts in the shops and drop them n. When the children's little friends- birthday parties and the wind It down town is hen 1 bless that diawer." it wouldn't seem the proper hing in our said the mothe: Of the boys, "if I didn't to tele phone at the last ir.inute, or send one of the boys down town for something in the excitement of a party the birth- day element is oiten overlooked. G' course they do err at times in their choices, but when, you have them safe ly bundled oil and take time to breathe, you're so thai it's a small matter even if they are carrying the little girJ next door a big black jack-knife. We all laughed at the tont, and un- der cover of the sudden loosening of tongues, the speaker confided to her next neighbor that she had to'struggle against the subtle influence of the lore-handed woman, and had indeed thai very day started her own spring sewing. "See what a terrible thing a bad example she said, drawing on gloves. Royal Household Flour makes just as fine Pastry as it decs the best of botk Housekeepers fu4 it Always Gives Satisfaction For Pastry For Bread Bargain Prices in our Windows every day Carpet Squares value special 9ic9, value special 9x12, value special Nottingham Lace Curtains Value Value Value special This little poem of Lampman's which is 'gem is such a faithful pic- ire that we have only to close our yes to see the soft white blur over 11 the land and feel on our cheeks he big wet blobs of snow. It is a veli-nigh perfect sketch, and the touch f human interest at the end adds the ast note of harmony. We Pay Freight -4f TN T '1 Special Prices on Library 10 designs in Mission and Golden Oak finish. Prices right, from to THE Famous Social and Personal On .Monday evening Mrs. Mewburr. had a small bridge at which Mrs. Ag- new and Mr. Newcorabe carried off the honors. Mrs. Starnes was also a bridge hostess on Monday evening. The Winnipeg Bonspiel must be re- sponsible for the cold and snow of he last two weeks. If so, we bless it, for a taste of winter weather doesn't come amiss. We -lament sometimes Uiat our seasons are just about alike so here's a little variety. Nobody should mind the cold considering thc thoughtful care of the city in making liar sidewalks dry. To those of us who come from snow-bound regions and Miss McDcrmid gave a small bridge] which exceedingly enjoyable, on i Wednesday evening. Mrs. Anderson j and Mrs. Reeve took the ladies' prize, while the victorious gentlemen were Mr. E. H. Wilson, and Mrs. Anderson. COWAN'S: PERFECTION COCOA LEAF I ABU) If cocoa is your favorite beverage by all means enjoy ii at its best- as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. Limited, TORONTO. 135 Provincial News The CI.T.P. telegraph office informs THE HIGHLANDERS A SUCCESS.i uie pubiic today that it is ready1 for j i commissioners came to the conclusion S after examining tlie premises that alterations would have to be made before n license could be ed. T. Says'line Wetaskiwin music loving theatre goers of Wetas- kiwin were given a musical treat last eventing 'by tlift Highlanders Conqert Co. The company is one of the best! that ever visited Alberta business as far west as WoH whore an office has been fully equipp- Edmonton Capital. A protest was handed in nting the hut it thrown Blairmore Cr ek t B- Mariin granting thc license J Enterprise have been accustomed .to sidewalks in- differently shovelled by reluctant proving an artist in their line. STEADT, yHITE UGHT Lamp Once a Rayo user always one Tbe RAYO LAMP Mgb lamp.'old low price, ttrtrtmw> limps that more but there Is no better lamp UurvriM. Bnrner. the Wick, the ChJmnev.Holdcr- rtl EM vital thinn la a these parts of the RAYO LAMP perfectly there: is Tnown In tfo an of laop-rnatlnK that could add Mine of the RAYO as a light-pving Suitable for MT mom in the house. Erery dealer everywhere. If not at yonrs, write for descriptive circular to tht Agent ot The Imperial Oil Company, Limited. believe, tfiat in every nation, and ur ;ler every form of error and superst ir.en are found who fear God .'.n c-epted of him'' Verses 11, it comes 10 a matter ol' personal salvation, what .IG- did Jew have over UiC Gentile and w.'uit advantage has a man from a Christiv.n family one I from the family of an infidel? 1 i-s the reason for the beliel householders, with long stretches of drifts around corner lots, it seemed little short of the millenium to see the lirst snowy morning, the groups that all who do fear him are clearing off our sidewalks. It Is a mistaken idea that corporations havr no hearts. conlrt ;tre forever dis that th'.- snow weren't quite so dry and would "pack." Sleigh- ,ing isn't. It be, in spite of i ic-: gay ofiorts of the hells on the horses. It's while, though, tc 'take a tramp out on the prairie am1 Special mention 'must (be made of i Judge Mitchell has given judgment i each mem-in the case of R. H. Quinton. vs. R. j L_ This was a suit for Archie and LMary Strang, 'Scotch sing- ers and sketch artists; .Miss Lillian Grebe, tfraracter impersonator and humorist, who created one round of 1-i.ugbter: Grace Penn. violinist, and Etta (IHUim, soprano, were great fav- Review, onites. Hazell White, accompanist, was excellent. It is a splendid, re- fined orsra-nizat5on, and deserves the caused by prairie- fire and tried in Okotoks last December. 1-lis Honor awarded the plaintiff damages and costs. 0. B. Stockford j conducted thc case for the plaintiff, i lf TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Alexander r.VGiUivray has been np- poime-i roads commissioner for the province .Manitoba. Mr. Mo- ;._; :it I'rosfiut a 'resident pf Vancouver. Suggestive Questions on the iii SUNDAY SCHOOL 1 LESSOR I POSE? By Rev. D. Interna'.ioiia! Study Club. lnscott for the cr Bible to how uv.ny or our requests may %ve; i be ccrt.iin that Me will _sny "I i What pronipirii Jesus to grant the; jrequest TO V-e-.-.l this leper? >-vus the position otj" le I a centurion, and :r he had been some! t obscure person -voaiW Jesus have Ureatei! Ivlm just as- courtesously? Verses (i. :c benefit is it to us, to-day, to bring vHir -sick ones to I Jesus? Sr> :i> the records show. Jesus 'while in il.e flesh healetl all the 'Sick i one; that wore brought, to hi'ii. is .sufiic.icn: to prove that, he will do same today? Verses 8. the eommendp.- which afterwards gave him v.- nrt Cms ii' more worthy than lie r.vany he.uhen will be saved in see and feel the big wintry silence day. ..'nd cnany church members' shut out :n the darkness'.' Verse you any reason to j '.hat tills man's fait'n and its results are other tfian typical of C'u.s- es that are constantly Verses GOD TO- DAY PURPOSE TO CURE OUR SICK .MIRACULOUSLY, LIKE THESE CASKS, OR ARE THESE EXCEP- Coming home, with thc sunset aheac and perchance glimpses of the moan jtains behind the dull yellow, one feels glad aO bfi alive, and glad, too, of oui keen, exhilarating Canadian winter. Thc appjication for license for Southern Hotel at BelU-vuc was not patronage of all who enjoy high class I grantwl hy thc commissioners at-tlifi1 entertainment. i in prank on Friday. Th-; Tiui indigestion, consti- Ballachcy for the defend- pation. appetite or feel bilious. IS.iv- Luaiiibei Iain's Stomach and Liver I Tablet? ;j trinl and you will be pleased i w..ii the result. Tiiese tablets in- vigorate The stomach and liver and the digestion. Sold by ill! drunjrists. ,v An AND FOR A SPECIAL PuR- (This question to be ans- n by members of "is for Sunday. March loth.. Two .Mighty Works, Matt. S: SUCCESSFUL CHARITY CONCERT AT FERNIE. The bonsplel is not the only emer- tainnwnt gning on. Last night the benen: given for the hoy. G. four years of oi-n. who of his legs by -iro relative moral values of too much, or thinking too MARCH 6, 1910. IM t.'.ie Healer. Matt. S: J-V7. den Text. Ili'iiself took our in- ;ies :ur.l b-ire our sicknesses. SIT. _-4. is t.iie native of Wny siiriuld not a be bh'.nuiblo. leprosy? for filly If iv-: sin. for having an Ho-v :inny points of nf whether for or e t'lt-v runween leprosy :md t-'ii' i against, other t' the fncis Ilo'-v lopers treated in :l'.''ce NVlv.t wis the around this siibliir.e and us such pos- How h.i-i riis leper prob.ihly Pihlc. fr.r r.ll of us. w'len we pray for .Icniis 'i.'ul power him? sporirir things? is the force of tiie centiirian's ;u: between obedience lii'r. .is ;i general and thc instant oh- fi'iepco of the Inwg of nature to conKn-iTids of Jesus? "Speak the wor I only." Vrrso is there :o ing benoith a moving train i.'ieek. st f.ili. drew a a: t'-.e New Tiieatre. An ;im- clifo from Coal Creek pur o-.i n I.iughable little farce comedy. ililt, !niiiip.ers. v.-lifch wa-3 a stiocess. and the numbers; reiiderecl by Mrs. Stevenson and Miss' Pe.i-.son were leceived with continued espor.inlly the duet in which i favorites appeared. 1 ingenious 'solution of the hat n i-3 offered by a man who writes to one of the Winnipeg papers He suggests that every church should he tf.ivl'.leti into two sections, A and B for women who are willing to remove their hats, and the latter foi the others. Rules regarding these sec tions should be printed in all hymr books and on notice boards, he ad so that he who reads may run section B. It sounds well a man's standpoint. Bu', [such is the inherent inconsistency o' jthe feminine mind .that were this new j schema once adopted, hats would im tcly become small and inconspic iuoiis. and the need of sections A anc" 1V; vanish. The large hat. has iestic Theatre Y. irefu-lirc! ihe summit, of its fame if left alone, will likely quietl; We hope Seriously, sec ilion A (ioesn'1 apiieal to tc vmnastic WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 The result w.ns a net smn of over goes to the little bov. .fostK ncvv, or lit thu.' rb.oil. that Miis iorcv who hud howled him. u'i! toll the priest J? cure officially rcc-no. tolling nny othor j-cr- For eer M lling liijiior -o engin- McGhuule wliiie on il-Uy. L. i keeper of Sharbot Lake. lined nntl ifohb Cure If Gml ho (U> anything. V-ut. RANGES M BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL dM "HAfPY THOUGHT." "HAPPY THOUGHT" patented aod found on no other rmnf e. THE WM. BUCK STOVE CO, with am t fir HAYR BROS., Local Agents ioro-handou v.-nman uiwayscom my deepest respect. It's sr ;o put off till to-morrow what wo niro." nrul tho lau'iulry proMom fo: ;i of giris such fnn in ho' Ifiughori we rs sl.o mr.dc buttonholes. 1 dor.'t. worries yo- snid The for you havlan ;