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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQI DAILY HIHALD, SATURDAY, JULY 84, I P AOt TMNafe From a Western Window THE DISPOSSESSED HEART Fair Mftbel had a dainty A triumph of the fashion's art. tw tightly it There wasn't room for heart. The napless heart was in despair "I mvjst beat somewhere! I believe I've heu.rd a pretty girl will wear Her heart somet mes upon her Alas, it found no room to The little patent-leather So snugly fitted Mabel's feet. Now, .though deep fear the poor heart smote, It thought "Sometimes a girl can't sing Because her heart is in her throat I'do believe that's just the all to pieces." So it was decided 'TO Mabel's lovdv .throat it stole, that the big one-was to be the one i v fc _ 4-U. But Mabel's sleeve clung like a skin To Mabel's softly-rounded arm- But once wight luckless for the ranch. Then came -the choosing of the Tr w i r __ _ -11 _ _____ It looked about in vague alarm. Her collar was so high and tight ness. The little machine hummed along beautiful tone couldn't be in the same GR3AT WASTE COAL MINING 1 Geological Survey That Half the Product if Left in Mine Wattt Washington, B.C., July that is plaoe.d ou the market represents the same am- ount which wag left at the mines by reason of waste, is the- statement contaizied in a report from the geolo- cal survey on the exhaustion of miner- al by waste. "This: says tlie report, "is either left in the ground in- thin beds or in, pillars to support the roof. The consumption of coal is increasing so enormously that -I, jjcuuiaAUA w "11 category as those of' previous ac- if it: cntinues all the easy-accessible quaintaace, but when we feel happy coal will be exhausted by the year over a new possession, R is human 2040 and all the coal by the .middle nature wish to have it corroborat- j of the 21st century. It will however, ed by some one else. This point and others I not continue at .such a. rate .for the, in- were creasing scarcity will raise the price Of timid maids IVe heard it said. Often T-heir hearts are in their j And downward then it quickly sped. Aha For -Ah, this said the heart, "I i that 1 X ilia v The debate heart, despairing, merrily, as if conscious of its new up satisfactorily, and then, ;and importance. Harry Lauder, oi course as token of good-will. a 'book was will a.so. take plaot. taken out to be thrown in with the The survvy also says that _ the sup- "W-ll well' 1 roust trv other routes. sighed, .onportance. Harry .saucer, 01 eooiBe IVe heard it said, i "Thene's no olace left but Mabel's am labermory was recogmzed at once as "the piece the hired man's joy it always singin'." Then some of room on old favorites. Bock off Ages and Abide purchase. "No, not a objected !ply of petroleum will "last the 25 or 30 years If production j wife. "A magazine if you like. If I is curtailed and waste stopped it may choose Wells, in Life- ktiV-tJ C '----------------Q With Me-and lastly some popular get started on a book I neglect -to last till the end of the present cen- songs with a catchy lilt in them. chores." A just ssSAs me. I tury. The reckless exploitation or -I -uess that's all -this said don't get much time for reading. It's oil fields for fuel should be checked, r en of the new machine on-a ranch." It is in-'says the report, as 'animal and vege- gramophone in jand naughty kittens, policemen -dogs husband's o-enerosity yet deed' 'buit not so mucil so taole Olls wjl1 not w supply its DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS, CHOLERA MORBl'S, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEASICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT and all LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MAY BE RAPIDLY AND EFFECTUALLY CURED BY THK UM OF DR. FOWLSR'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY The medicine with a record of cures extending over 65 years. Yon don't experiment when you buy it. MRS. JOSEPH It givat IDA much pleasure to you of the wonderful benefit I have found in your medicine. the lives; of my three little ones. They all took the summer complaint and were it: KftVv At-0 T I ,4> they hadn't, and forgotten it. hOT And They were bujdn-g a one of the book stores the other day [and red coated soldiers. -a tall, weativer.bea.ten rancher j "The wife here's got" tired of hear- his equally tall but not quite so wea- I in' me whistlm round the place, ther-beaten wife. With them were i said the man with an apologetic grin their family of two shy little girls "so T said I'd give her a who clung to the motherly .skirts or jhe explained to the clerk, as one of stood: finger in mouth, in close pros- j Harry Leader's cheerful songs begun imity to the father. The delights oi jto unwind. It came from a gramo- a table full'of colored picture .books j phone with a big shining tin horn, near to them were evidently an at- {which was at once pronounced a su- traction, and after ,--krng nOT jperior instrument when a little one .glances around to be sure that their I standing next to advifte as the plates, small presences were unobserved, -they i voice. "I want the best; when I gradually, edged over to the borders said the man and clerk. of Fairyland, and holding each oth- "the told the salesman that j. er's 'hands tightly, entered into a .her father 'had a gramophone tut that country of gaily-colored mother cats i this, one with the big horn "'best rt uuouau'u a "c-iiti i of the cost as women lbook once'in a while might not _ place. f___ inot sweeten toil. i It is s reariy aeao, jvner an otner remcajcs laiiea I thouttbt of your remedy. The flnft dwe gnve and the third cured her. 'Mr eon .bad diarrhoea and stated that -A billion cntlic feet 'Have son. Oh no coukl they such, a of it And of However, the man w-as at the door, 0{ natural gas is wasted every day in vou a said the holding the ugly pinto which looked tnis country, and at this rate the sup- trouble at once. get started on a book 1 jieglect the pjv wjjj 25 years more. The chine was packed in the b-ick of the exhaustion of the iron supply in 30 course a -two WAS she goes some. P'raps thought buggy. The wife and -the shy little years is also predicted. [girls got in. The horn was'handed Qolcj? siiver> and zinc also are all so Ex- ;UP- The man Iast abundant that supply is likely to last 'away they all very happy j for centurjes. Copper is also abuu- idant and is largely low grade ores ithat can not now be properly .work- led. At increased prices, however, the i supply will probably be abundant. J. J. Kelso. superintendent of ne'; For. lead, however, the outlook is glected children in Ontario, received bit TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS .better to call next week lesg javorable. Its production Refuse Price 35 They're Dangerous. Manafactured only by The T. Milburn Co.. Limited. Toronto, Ont. ,a> THE MACAO BOYCOTT Hong Kong, -July boycott of the Pacilic Mail Steamship Com- pany has been settled, the company apologizing and guaranteeing proper j treatment of passengers. The Macao boycott agitation is spreading owing to the approach of the boundary delimitation., which j commences on July 12. :The Canton Self-Government Society is despatch- a story of horrible depravity on the -h the TJnited states is still increasing j ing lecturers and sending pamphlets Easy to operate. Easy to cleaa. Easy to protect. Cofrcc Tbe Feed Door of No. Sunshine Furnace is 12x13 inches. This means that the largest ahovel can safely be emptied into our smallest size, and that good-sized chunks of wood require no chopping in order to be used as fuel. To keep the correct humidity for sanitary purposes, we place the water pan in Asbestos Lining prevents too rapid evaporation of water. 'when I have the team. The horn's j part of a parent.. The father is said siightly, but is. decreasing elsewhere 'pretty big said the man. But jto have systematically ruined his -n the worjdj despite a mark- att this arose a wail from near where jfour daughters. .There will be an.im- the two -almost-forgotten small fry [mediate investigation. in pink aprons were. -Til hold the Plans are fast maturing commencement .of the Grand Trunk one with, her face buried in her rnothej's skirts, so. to quell the gathering stonn it was swiftly deeded to have well wrapped up and italcen away at once. start on So oft the man went for tho horse, from the in prices. -Probably the i world's output has already reached a maximum and.will henceforth decline. throughout the provinces urging the people to refrain from dealing with Macao. The chief point at issue is the con- j trol of the inner harbor, over which j POSITIONS GUARANTEED We hereafter guarantee positions to all of our stu- dents of good character and habits after they have grad- uated. There is no chance "of our holding up pupils be-. cause wg cannot place them, as we do not set our own ex- aminations. .We 'have se- curod the agency for the Sheldon Course of Sales- and -Page 5avis Course of Advertising. For "particulars regarding our guarantee .or the mentioned above, GEO. J. .SCHMIDT, V Garbutt .Business Box 1291; phosphates-, Pacific service of passenger trams in from Winnipeg -to Edmonton, and it is announced that .the service will ijgust 15. The latest word west .is to the effect that elsewhere for fertilizers, imiolies of all ials .may, of course, be found, but (ex- liilS Ul Uuuroc, uv AUUHU., uvu; the wire enqu red confidentially the steel will Teach the Pembrna nver if, ..the clerk's opinion, the new jby the end of September and the line is estimated, will The about twenty-five S Chinese demand half the harbor .and .he return of two islands south of llacao and some territory on the mainland. The Portuguese protest that these territories were occupied before the treaty of 1888, and ex- nrachine would "raspy" lite oth- jwill be open this fall right through ers she had heard. She knew in her j to 'that point, carry ng passengers heart of hearts that one with such a seventy miles west of Edmonton. 4 that they will be great enough or val- uable enough to materially: affect the estimates. right over reach it. in ounsmuv noteholder never complains about Automatic Gas Darnper allows furnace to be checked shortly after coaling. This saves fuel and protects plants in above, Trmake "Sunshine" the furnace, we construct, two aunsuinc. i-ue distance from each other, but floe doors, and place same not only at an operator 'with an tp put out the fire or take down the smoke-pipe. v The HICK HARDWARE CO. ..LOCAL AGENTS Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Study Club press their determination to retain Chinese Commissioner fails to his demands. ORJ C. C. CRAGG} Physician and Surgeon. Office to 11 to to tt pfm Phone Office 125. House MISS Vi. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor wf Music (Trin them Trouble is expected tixe j o{ pian0j organ and theory, gain i principal of the piano dept., Lftth- j bridge Conservatory- of Music. Pa- pils prepared ior For terms address Lethbridge QDH- servatory of Music, or cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett ..St, In A Pall or .Tub. m EDDY'S Solid, Hardened. Lasting wltheot Hoop or Many otficr Exclusive are Yours, too, when yon Positively Persist tettint All Ooo4 Grocers can supply Mwfyt, (MryvHtrt, in Canada, atk fjr EWS MTOKS. for GALT COAL left at the General Office of K the Company will be delivered to r any point within the City Limits at per ton Cash must accompany order in every case. Alberta Railway Irrigation Company Lesson for July 25th, 1909. Paul's' Second Missionary Journey- Athens. Acts xvii: 16-34. Golden is a Spirit; and they'that worship him must worship liim in spirit aad in truth. John Verse any true at this time, sed the'folly aTid sin which thousands so eagerly follow, without his spirit being stirred Verse that we all, necessarily, have and call- ings to pursue, should, or should not, .our tremendous issues .jnvolyed in spiritual truth, and (This .question must be "an- swered in writing by members of the club, Epicureans --ajid the Stoics had a contrary, philosophy of life, state briefly what they, each taught. Which brings the more lasting hap- piness and develops the nobler char- acter; a life devoted "to the pleasures "or sense, or a life devoted to service for others and to self denial? What as a matter of fact, is the sub- stance of what Paul Should we lend a respectful ear to all new theories of life and eternity, or -reject them without examination? I Verse is the better man, an active skeptic., or .art- indifferent and thoughtless Christian? Which is preferable to be ever spec- ulating about God, or to have na thought concerning him? Is belief and a longing for. God. peculiar-to May a heathen who has never come into touch with Christianity, find out, and know, the true God? What then" is the advantage for a true hearted heathen, coming into contact with Christianity? Verse one man who knows God, be the means of imparting that .knowledge to another who desires to know him? Verse do we know that j God made all things? God does fill heaven and earth with j his presence; but does he not also dwell in temples that are made in which to worship him? Verse God does not need the support of man's hands, does ,he not desire the worship and love of men's hearts? .How God give to all life'and breath, and all Will we ia heaven be able to see God, in any different way from the way in which it is our privilege to see him how? Verse is the evidence th'at all races of men sprang from- the same original stock? Has God had anything to do with the national and geographical, diyis- ions of the globe, as they exist today? jj Has God had anything to do with j, our present individual conditions? j Verses is both the j chief joy and'object of life? j Is it possible for every man to find j God if he will but seek him, and what; is the only condition for seeking How do you conceive of the thought that "in him we live and move and I have our being." can you illustrate the-thought-with air; that is both in us, and around us? Verse any work of art rep- resent God to any practical advan- tage.? Verses was the attrac- tion between Aquila and Paul? How do you account for it -that there is an affinity between men1 of the same trade? 7 makes the need Have, labor men H perfect right for repentance? In what way will Jesus judgf the world? Averse did some mock when they heard of the resurrection? Verses all who were true to God accept of Paul's message, and were all untrue to God who rejected Lesson for Sunday Aug. 1st. 1909. oi Paul's Missionary Journey.. Lesson for Aug. I, 1909 Close of Paul's Missionary Journey. Acts xviii :I-22. Golden the world ye shall have tribulation; be .of good cheer; I have' overconie the xvi: -33.'" s' Verse remarkable thin? had immediately preceded Pauls start for Corinth? i There is-no record of a vision or any special Divine instruction, for Paul..'going to Corinth; but is a goorf men as much guided by God when he is not conscious of it, as when he is, and why? (This question must be answered in writing by members of tire club.) to band themselves together ,for mu- tual protection., against the., undue demands of capital? Has capital a moral right to .pro- tect itself against labor? 'Have "business men a right to pro- tect themselves against undue compe- tition? Paul worked at his trade as a tent maker Ior a living, is there any sug- gestion in this that modern preach- ers should do a similar thing? A large proportion of the member- ship of" the present- day" CThfristiari .Church, have the latent ability to preach: ought not this ability to be V -i CCLOKE1 Governor of Macao BIGGEST FAN IN THE WORLD SINGING. Miss-Ursula Archer, ,pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production: "JUio 'engjfe- -nu'-ats for BalUd Concerts, At Homea, thp Lethbridjce Conservatory of Muiic. PIANO TUNJNG, A. pert piano tuner. Official tuner ior The Assiniboia Music- Co., of Medi- cine Hat and Moose Jaw. Pwmofl and organs of -every description, tuned, regulated and at moderate charges, or by yearly con- tract in town or Leave orders at the Turpin Furniture Cov store, Lethhridge. Pittsburg-Buffalo Engineers Plan an Immense Ventilating System for Mines Buffalo.. July largest mine fan in the country..if not in the world is being planned by the Pittsburg Buffalo Company for the ventilation pCCVXlil, VUgUL livt tJjia u.uuj.uy LV ut> _ developed, thus giving to every "local! of its three mines at. Marianna, the Beside the New Fire Hall THE ROBT. SCOTT, Phone 381 PROP- church several pre'achfers, and fchfc work being divided them, would be better done than, at pres- ent and each preacher make his own living? Verse it the duty and priv- ilege -of every adult Christian to be engaged, at least every'1 Sunday, in some specific spiritual work? .-Why did Paul, in the beginning, in Corinth, confine his work to the Sab- bath day and to the Jews? Rachael, Blanch and Agnes. The com- pany's engineering department has been at work on the detailed specifi- cations for the great contract for sev- eral weeks, and bids: will be asked in a short time. The new fan will be 35 feet in dia- feet larger than, the great- est fan in American mine practice. It will have a capacity of feet of air per air, if com- it of Silas and Timotbv have Paul? upon If a good man is ever so much in earnest, may the visit of Another earnest man intensify his spirit? When a man does his very best in preaching, and fails to make converts, is he entitled to as much as if KING'S HEALTH BAD Vienna, July Private faojn Belgrade, Servia, say' that the condition of King Peter is arousing great, anxiety. -JJ__ It is 'added that bia :8iO> (compressed, to blow the whole summit of the bill away at Marianna. The new fan will involve the build- ing of another air shaft into the three mines, and the ventilation of all _ of them will then be controlled from j the one central plant. With the re- serve power planned at this plant to -r. i avert all possibility of disaster the Did Paul blam; himself for his fail-' r. ,.-n ure. and that the resisted ancl lts machinery will blasphemed: and ought a man of j represent an investment of over j God always to take a similar position in like circumstances? j Tw0 engim.s wii be installed at tho Verse ii_ ever been in the' new heavy enough to ban- j die the entire load, providing an abun dance of reserve power. The engines will be the Mesta heavy duty cross compound Corliss type, to be made by the Westinghouse interests. past, and is it today, sometimes ne- cessary for a good man to leave the and start a meeting of his church own Verse belief in Jesus an in- tellectual effect, or is it spiritual and supernatural? Verses method did God take in this instance to talk to Paul? Why is it that so few Christians have any experience any special message from God? Do Christians speak as much as jthey ought for Christ today, and is i j there any fear of being hurt by speak- i ing for him Verses any man expect, 1! even in these days, to be unflinching- ly faithful to God, and not make some people angry? How do you estimate the character of this man Gallio, and what is there in him worthy of imitation? Verses up the effects of Paul's efforts as revealed in this lesson. Lesson for Sunday. Aug. 8th, 1909. Paul's instructions to the Thessalon jians, I Thess. Turpin's Furniture Store closes every Wednesday afternoon during July and August. eod-tf. SO REFRESHING! An unmatchable draught for any day in tho year, our limpid, delicious. SPARKLING SODA freshest. fruity flavors, all the new- est one? t-M- health- satisfaction, and your sure money's worth in de- us at -our soda fountain. Rochon's Kandy Kitctien ard Ice Cream Specialists Our Constant FHty In YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO The Lcthbridge Builders The first Adnlt Bible Class in AfcwU IN WESLEY CHURO, LECTURE ROOM AT 3 P.M. ANY SUNDAY A Stranger only Once, ;