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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY. JULY 31, 1909. HOW to Order a UNSligN la every town there is one dealer who handles Sunshine Furnace. This man understands _ _. _. _ _ the installation of Sunshine Furnace and tell you just what sire of furnacTy'iTn Jd. HeTill dn free of cost, showing exactly what will be done if he eebj the contrirr anH c lne and will arrange the payments U> suit you Sunshine Furnace is guaranteed by us. ami if j.fto'r i: doe- not work properly one of our furnace experts will cail things at no expense to you. "I ready 36 have voifd out saloon. The supreme court (if K.-uii-as 0: May 8 decided that brewer. or wholesale c-amiot invoke aid uf the distiller, wihe makor the courts in a bill for liqvior in Kansas. This is more than is usually meted out to ;j s usuay mete out to us J4 A bank ;u the north ...f KoplJind told Mr. John Burns. M.P., of failure of heart's action: Take 1 grain (or what would thinly cover a copper) of cayenne pepper, pour about half a cup of boiling wa- ter, sweeten to CMvam. In niul add milk exhaustion boil ing niilk is best, or only ci.'iit water to scald, and then arid cream freelv. The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS I that every Friday he paid out jtween u> jeeo.OW i for and Un Monday and was puui by cans. idy little brush. One we divided, iL'n strand. retnindfi of t: oid iady who town down was the >hrriff. temperance movnieut is in IMaiul. ,-nv re- ported 10.000 abstainers in An s-vn-rarlst has b--...-i JM Dr. Wn.bl.-ski. and an has been ..r- in that city, and From a Western Window The Colonial in England Daily Herald Patterns ordered land terday. Of hearts witii ether years, Of haunted dusks an.', hills that har- bor dreams A country old in time and tears! But, oh my back today Back to the Back t prairie's. ?hort trip o'di'-r about Canadian wmnt-n. She had no: in Canada for twenty-right years and saw many ni course, but what struck her most VMS. our big. roomy with "so much air.'' so few servants and vet such ;i noise- the pines that brou-ht sunset near, Back lo -where the great White Rockies sleep For I am tired of dusk and dream and rose. Of 'ghosts, and glories dead and gone. I want the outland trail, the upward sweep. The new world and th- widening dawn! Stringer in .'ir.uiLs off u, hiiv-- li-.riy the n-x: inoini-.g tin. .herself t'K-k a-.vay the boots from the visi-or's door, and them to .no maid, herself polished them. AT breakfast, great was her dismay to s.v th'- Bishop in his dusty founv.-ar "i th.- previous She couldn't understand it at all till her utten- -.vas drawn to the bland and s-Ai- satisfied air her youngest son. It was so very obvious that she at once perceived there was a reason. As they rost. ,j1t. breakfast Table knew. It was his shoes that -lie thinkin- I suppose of the an- polished. Since that memorable day. visitors to that honu- have: had their foorgt-ar left severely I alone. oars f.'Mhi mm, tne iiie- buys under fivm .ervie.'; ciri-'s he file purity oj water in their vicnmv. I tute Good Watcliwunl is, nsibl- the following sitbsti- for brandy usualiv .civ.-n MI The delegates to the international Council of Women have come and gone, leaving wrath in some editor- ial bosoms, engendered by criticisms of the press, admiration in others, on account of the able papers and "My would oall es barns." shr said., "for ours are so filled up with old family furniture which it's treason to destroy. and martyrdom to eiulurr. that we seem to be perpetually hemmed bedrooms appeal to me. and your homes are so and sho ce-stral mansion to which 1 had as- filMil 11 r J Across was another dele- irate, a middle aged strong-minded 'lookini: Fraulein in a heavy gray strong boots and gloves, belt! This belt was of a heavy Daily Herald's Patterns fjootd, and exchanged vicws on and iniinigraiion and travelling of -VOunL' and evt-n took a crack at as gifts, were suspended a pencil, scissors. drinking cup. case for eye- uiuin..uig uup. L-itae iur on he wnole a pleasant, impression, j ?Iasges. and one other artide in vvf nilno rhov OTQ _____i_____ _ __ r __ _ ucicfc We hope they are taking away happy recollections of Canada The last public meeting of the delegates as such in Vancouver was very well ar- ranged, and calculated to stir up kindly feelings. Addresses were gi- ven by delegates from the different countries, and each one was warned of her approaching speech by the band rendering her national air. It almost too much for some of them so many miles from home in a stranse but what their speeches lacked in logic and coherency, perhaps, was up amply by warmth of' feel-, 'T curious quite 'on them. So. of nev" know thp leather case of its ow.u. puzzled ovt-r jt for some time, and at len.cth attached to that chain belt. Love of countr U common came to the conclusion that it was a; of the Canadian Worn- revolver. How we wished to enquire. en S bnf j___ [fiat but politeness, mingled held us back. The English lady got on of boots, which was lucky, as that leather case began to hold more and more, a horrible interest. Bo we dis- en's Glub-the onanization with Sem to us- 7l- jwere elected a few weeks ago for tht sUk' Satln' j coming year. Five officer, which is Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8037 Hose design for waist to be closed jin or front; to be developed [in braiding and French knots. Auy j narrow- braid in either white or cul- lors may1 be used and any fabric Hnen, lawn, silk, satin, voile and! 2670 "j CHILD'S DRKSS. Paris Pattern No. 2670 All Seam.- Allowed. i II Umpire style is especialy be- eonang to the .small girl. An ed- ingly daiyty model cut. on these lines j is here shown developed in blue and wliite dotted the yoke and i front panel cut in onv piece. The j full skirt portion is gathered and attached to this yoke, ihtr joining j being hidden by a band of cream-col- J oivd beading, with narrow bl.-iok j velvet ribbon. sfquare Dutcl) j neck and short sleeves are trimmed with the ribbon-run beadng, and, if' desired, the model may bi- developed with high neck and long sh-eves. The pattern is in four to 5 years. For a child of 3 years the dress re- i quires 3 1-8 vards of material 27 i inches wide. 2 yards 36 inches wide, i or 1 3-4 yards 42 inches wide, with 1 3-4 yards of beading and 3 yards of i ribbon. Price of pattern, 10 cents. Apply Herald Pattern Department. Wfey Christie's Biscuits are the best QOOD BISCUITS are made by more than one or two manu- facturers, and can be baked from any one of a few excellent brands of flour, but the Christie way is different. The best millers in Canada ship us samples of thejr flour twice a year, or oftener. We test the samples and select the best brands for our purpose. We blend the brands which xve have proved best- keep on blending and testing by actual baking until we get a dough good enough to sustain, or better, the Christie reputation. Every ounce of raw material is carefully analysed before it can pass into the mixing The best sugar, pure, fresh creamery butter, new sweet milk and delicious cream pure ingredi- ents mixed with our blend of flour, in the Christie scientific way, yields that delightful, appetising crisp- ness and delicate flavor which has made Christie's Biscuits favoredaboveallothertabledaintiesfrom ocean to ocean. Yes, Christie's are the best biscuits money can buy, yet they cost no more than just ordinary biscuits. Sold by Grocen everywhere Christie, Brown Company, Limited, Toronto i the subject officers represent kv as that the East' Westhaa It A charming devek ba fctt" Jt in the latter materitl be soft cream-colored net., the braid ing being in a shell pink and the rench knots done in a delicate green g to think thai we are not only from our wheat- rais- ciipsed the hardship of toot J lnf and grazing but for culti- able to leave one's boots out at ol the Sutler arts. with the consciousness ultimate i The Hon- Preside in the and of Victoria. the Canadian woma' Mus the Canadian woman's substitute for The Hon- President is Fitz- presi of Toron- the bottle of liquid black- ito whose stories for children tieularly par- t nc corn-colored knots being worked in a shade, of pattern, 10 cents. Apply Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscottforthe International Newspaper Bible Study Club clous and most economical i CO. LmtTW. TOMONTO T i A tivtr 1JJ- KJ 5f Lesson for Aug. I, 1909 writes Women's Sphere in the Canadian Magazine and has recently started a magazine of her own called the Home Journal, is the first vice- .president. The second is Mrs. Nellie! McClung of MjEumoty, who wrote i j Seeds in the j is Miss Katherine Hughes of Edmon- j j ton. whose special articles in Canadian are always worth readin- I and the fourth vice-president is Miss Wallace of Halifax. Mis.s Agnes Dean i Cameron, the former president gone to live in Chicago, but is still I ;at heart an ardent Canadian. j i Ame.! THE TEMPERANCE WORLD The Kino Edward dP THE NEW RESTAURANT is Open To-Day BF The en ok lien- is good enough to prepare King Kdwnrd's dishes Round Street Between Auction Mart and Pioneer Lumber Yard Close of Paul's Missionary Journey. j Acts xviii :l-22. j Golden the world ye shall have tribulation; be of good cheer; I j have overcome the xvi: i33. If my neighbor sets his y, on my sheep, pulls my Ho Onristians speak as much as j fences in the night, shoots my chick- mey ought for Christ today, and is en when one gets into his yard is. there any _fear of heing hurt by speak- ing for him? Verses any man expect, even in these days, to be unflinching- ITT "FoTf 4 f, ___.1 t jly faithful to God, and not make Verse 1. What remarkable thing; some people angrv? j had immediately preceded Pauls start j How do you estimate the character of this man Galliq, and what is there I for Corinth? There is no record of a vision worthy of imitation? SO REFRESHING! llldc 19 liu ui vi j any special Divrne instruction, for I Verses up the effects Paul going to Corinth; but is a good j of Paul's efforts as revealed in this men as much guided by God when is not conscious of it, as when he is, Lesson for Sunday, Aug. 8th 1909 and why? (This question must be iPaq's instructions to the Thessalon- answered m writing by members ofjians. 1 Thess v-12-24 the club.) j __.............' Verses 2-3.-What was the attrac-1 Lesson for August 8th, 1909. tion between Aquila and How do there is ai constantly my i instructions to the Thessa- you account for it- thatRomans. I. Thess. between men of j Golden Text, jevil for evil the same trade? jevil for evil unto any ma: Have lahor men perfect right j follow that which is good to band themselves tr-gether ,for tnal protection, aeaiust the undue Verses is ee that none roiider any man; but ever An unmatchable draught for any clay Item, of ,nteres77 Those Engaged I 0" i SPARKLING SODA protectionj freshest. fruity flavors, all the new-1 demands of capital? U1 ,14V est ones too. For health Has capital a moral right to pro-j church and the pastor, is it official _mi, jit i ,r ___.__A I ann htiet-naj-c f.r. >i. and your sure money's (Supplied bv w O T n itect itself against labor? the undue j Verses is the domin- note today between officials of the :h and the pastor, is it official business, or is it spiritual, that f" the last two yrars Michigan has closed up 5S5 bar-rooms and tei: breweries. meet us at Have men a right to tender love and warm our soda fountain tect themselves against undue compe- 1 ministers as a class "labor" as jiiard, and suffer as their Master did, PIoveMd j Governor Stubbs, of Kansas, wsued an onler for the dis- an order bein issued in of our provinces! iutr.sv stealing be pro- with H horse thief in the officer. Answer that, and you, tell why prohibition doe? not! Good Things ALL YOU HAVE TO DO to get work being divided among them, what js the'onh. way bv which i would be better done than at "peace." amontr J >jent arid each preacher make his own j church or in a community? living- ROBT. SCOTT. PRO Phone 381 1 !i Verse it the duty and priv- a fellow Christian what, is the n i Church, have the ought not this ability to be W} Verse you know anything of every adult Christian to thin? to (1) say nothing encaged, at 'least every Sunday, in (2) talk about it to others: specific spiritual work? correct him in the presence of n-i i-1 TI i -i i. .others, or (4) see him did the jlove tdl you bath day and to the Jews? about lovingly helpincr people, in their bodies, their i'- .nt I.IIK.H i LIK'IJ Verses offoct did the vis-'and circumstances: if you and T art- family, and will not pay me a long standing just debt, what wouid do if he were I? (This question must be answered in writing by members of the club.) Verse It is easy, Paul, for you to say, "Rejoice but is it practical for ordinary mortals, and if so, how? Verse If a man is really in love. with God and his fellows, does he not necessarily pray all the time, either consciously or unconsciously? Is it necessary, or helpful, to have- set times for conscious prayer? Verse Are we to be thankful alike for pain and pleasure, for loss and gain, for enemies and if we are "in Christ Is it not an actual fact, based on the truest phiosnphy, that every sort of experience which comes to a true man. is 'the highest possible sense. for his good? In the lisfht of eternal existence, are ihf-re _any such things as accident, calamity, misfortune, or even regret- table circumstances, in the life of a man of God? Verse Can any man retain the- peace of God, who is not absolutely obedient to the leadings of God's Holy Spirit? Verse Prophesying here preaching, is there any sip in these days that it is being despised? Why should a love for the preachinc- of the gospel be cultivated? Verse Why should we not as Christians (encourage the ab- solute free thought, the most critical research, ,-ind welcome the teachtig of true science? Can the real truth bv a hurt to a true man, and i? not such a man as glad to change his opinion, when lie finds lie is 'wrong, as to change a worn-out garmunt for a new one? Verse 22. If desire the risht only, and are obedient to God's spirit.. need we ever fear even the "appear- Tf a good man is fvor su much in may the visit of nr.otlior man intensify his spirit? n his wry best hi pr-.'i'ching, rind fails to moke i.-. ho r-ntitled io n< much'cn-dit ,n.s if I'atil bl'inie for his fail- nnd oncrhf a man nf God nlwny? to a sinv'ilar position "Verses God mran hi? it of Silas and Timothy have upon doing that, hnve a. right __._.. conclude that we are not followers ni j children to. live: live.-. rind i? the tv.-r-nty-fourth nut n Oor] will give ttv Jesus? T< it your 'iutr KS n Clirisiiiin, to fnkf pains- to "co'mforr" everybody with whnin come in rdnf.'iff. if yon are is tli'- cfr-o: upon your lit--? Lessen for Sunday. I Paul's Third Mi.-si'iuary" Epii-'sus. Acts to for tiio cir-e.inrs'' a ,nient prohibiting ;h i facttm- of aro 46 countivs in tho liqaoi. There j-tnte, and nl- 7. TFa.s it evr boon in tlv past, and is it t-xl'iy. soniflimt-s n.-'- o.-.-sary for u'Ai-vi jr.f' nnd ptnrt n Verso t? b' lief in nn in- V I f effect, or is it spiritual and Vorsos What method did God take in this instance to talk to Paul? Why is it that so few Christians Our Constant Fifty in Three YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO MEET The Lethbridge BuiJders The f.rst Adult Bibie Class in Southern Alb. rta IN WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE ROOM AT 3 P.M. ANY SUNDAY A Stranger only Once. My Life for. Another ;