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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE July 5. Once you try them, once you get the Maple Bud Flavor- that rich, creamy, chocolate you always remember it. Nothing else seems quite so good. And is it any wonder? Maple liuds are nothing but the best chocolate, pure milk and ground and rolled to make them smooth and velvety. That's why they're delicious that's why they're wholesome. Remttnber They're not Alaple Buds unless they're Cowan's The Cowan Co., Limited TORONTO FUTURE WIZEN Rev. Cobbledick Given Presentation and Leaves Ancient Capiul Amid Regrets of People (Quebec Chronlc'el Juno 23) A was present at both the morning nnd tivonlng ser- vices in the Methodtat church yester- day lo herir the farewell sermons ot Ihfrir beloved pnetor. the Rev. Q. H. Cobbledick, who, hecauae his lull pas- toral term ol- four ytflYs la completed, win Athena, where he tor ill assume the j pastorate ot tliei leading Methodifit I church in that rapidly globing city. Tho Rev.'Mr.-. Cobbledick, who came here from Woodstock; OtU., has been an active- fofCQ for good throughout tho whole of-hls pflstornte. Few pas- tors havfl mintatered to their (locks with more faithful devotion and sym- pathy and with more nnd con- scientious zeal than he has done. la him bis congregation also loso a personal retrace. friend who will be hard (o he has1 been hero many im- piovemcnts and'good works have been carried out. Tho Methodist Brotherhood has been or- ganized and much appreciated by the men of "congregation, among X whom it has tended to cultivate a splendid esprit de corps. Recently, a new financial system has been Intro- duced and is working most satisfac- torily. The church, which is In .a most prosperous condition, has con- tinued to support its foreign mission my. Dr. AshleViLlBdsiiir, In China, and Then the whirlwind campaign was conducted, to'.'raise a contribution Co wards the coal 'of erection of a new Methodist college In .Montreal, i the congregation was most gen .Church Shows Growth Quebec crotis. out appreciation. The eyea'of the net-' ve work'1' V of'the w_oro upon ihp-iii to see if they wero :heir test to completion. The of the world included with tlin Hvi. his lifn alone aud evening, showers yesteiday and aiaeparated from Ihe nongs of augels downpour last nighi. t'rceki and of men. Mm he could not he are running banks- full: ponds are long nloric before the devil entered in. ovorvwhere. are certainly bleu-! Loneliness In rcMltion socretlye with an abundance of Tain this a-.d Illicit. They were called upon to year and field'and gardens are look-, live, worthy o' the eyea that-were j ing splendirl. It LP Interesttng to-recall that the rainy season began on the 1-th and a McClary in your I locAlily who will RlAilly U'l! you rtl] the iabor- arid features of Sunshine It Mill pay you In llift latent Simstitnc booklet. our nearest ofricc for copy. I Never See You Dusting said Mrs. White 7-ELt. Til confess that I don't haye.Vo'do, much, dusting i since we got our McClary's Sun- shine Furnace." "You don't say so, Mrs. Wright. What difference does that make? Isn't one fur- nace the same as "Well, I'll tell you, Mrs. McClary's Sunshine is different from our last furnace. It's a clean furnace. It has what McClary's call a sure-acting (hist flue." "A dust flue', eh "Yes, and when my husband, 'rocks' down the doesn't have to break his back shaking the Sunshine, you dust all goes up the sure-acting dustflue. Itdoesn'tcomeup into thehouse." Wish our furnace was a Sunshine, Mrs. Wright. And you should just see Mr. White after shaking our furnace. Mad Well, I should say so. And.he sure looks his name. He is WHITE. His.suits are ruined, he declares, as soon as ,he gets them, and he swears that the thing is not a furnace at all, but a patent coal-consumer gotten out to benefit the coal man." But why not get your husband to put in a Sunshine furnace, Mrs. White? You can persuade him to do most anything for you. And it will cut down your coal bills1. We burn a third less coal with the Sun- shine." thai rain haa fallen In One-Four each dny since extapt the Hlli, 13th an 18th. upon them. Stanu spectators be unnympalhetic, but tti'c Kingdom hnil evRr come in the fiice of-, such. Some mlghi be hostile lim, that dionly ctinetttmed a challenge to "live for that wlilch ihey believed vortti f Joe, a. French-Canadian car- t I'Pnler of Montreal, was tnatftntly illi- cit by llglilnlng at RcElna Thoro would ilio be Irteiidly eyes, raid the pro.ioher. r.iiich without vrals They could do lint little witt- Sunshine Furnace LONDON. ST. JOHN, RB. TORONTO HAMILTON MONTREAL. CALGARY .WINNIPEG ._. SASKATOON EDMONTON ;