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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH8RIOQK, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, The Best of All Breakfast Foods There's a reason behind all fads and fancies. We required light breakfast foods and the .market was flooded with health foods (so-called.) best breakfast food in the world is "Zephyr Cream" Soda Biscuits crushed in cream or fresh, sweet milk. Christie's "Zephyr Cream" Sodas have more original goodness than all other sodas manufactured on this continent. More than that, the original goodness of Christie's Biscuits is lasting. The flavor does not vary. All big biscuit makers buy a good brand of flour. We buy all good brands. Then we blend the best.brands, sift and test the blend until we find a dough that will sustain the Christie reputation. Expensive! we know no other way of starting to make biscuits up to our own high standards. Every ingredient entering into our "bakes" is the purest and best we can buy. Our "Zephyr Cream" Sodas crushed in cream, or fresh milk, certainly do make an excel- lent light breakfast. You test them. AT YOUR GROCER'S Sold in bulk, or in small family lias, damp dusi-proot Christie, Brown Co., Ltd., Toronto From a Western Window GOD'S LEAVEN By Isabel Ecclestonc Mackay What do I see in the Spring In the fresh grasses growing, The new leaves all budding, The soft breezos blowing. The brooklets all. flooding there, but may ami bhould reach out in many other directions. The Toronto Globe of June 5 has issued as supplement a Travel Num- jber which is rich in suggestions. Most of the illustrations are very i fine indeed, and make one realize It is God that I see in the Spring jthat we have a goodly heritage of HOW to order a d _UNSHINE, In every town there is one dealer whohandles Sunshine Furnace. This man understands the installation of Sunshine Furnace and can tell you just what sire of furnace you need. He will draw up free of cost, showing exactly what will be done if he gets the contract, and will arrange the payments to suit you. Sunshine Furnace is guaranteed by us, and if after installation it does not work properly one of our fuf cost, showing exactly what will be dc The bleached winter grasses Turn green as He lingers To touch, as He passes. The trees with His lingers. The gentle wind blending The scents that are straying- Is a 'breath of His sending For Earth's new arraying. The prison-free leaping Of brooks overflowing Escapes not the keeping Of God the all-knowing. The flowers that.tarry In sunny-sweet places Are they cany His smile on their faces So do I see in the Spring All' the love up in Turned steadily earthward Instilling the leaven That raises us birthward I beauty in this Canada of ours. As is natural the Eastern part of the Do- minion is given more prominence, as it is so much better known, but it is surprising that there is no article on i British Columbia. "Down by the i Sea" has come to mean Prince Ed- iward Island and its neighbors, but The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS SOCIAL AND PERSONAL j Mrs. C. M. Arnold entertained in- j formally at the tea hour; last Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Martin, of Frank, whose j many friends were glad to see herj in town again. j we have another sea across the con- tinent and its shores, too, are very I Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence, of St. j seductive. The tide of travel will Thomas, were visitors in town this; week, on their way to the Seattle i likely flow westward this summer on account of the Seattle Fair, and luisterners who are contemplating trips should have the beauties of British Columbia pointed out. i There is a page on "Western Trails." dealing chiefly with the lure oi the mountains, which is very "The Man in Lower Ten" gave me The Turpia Furniture Co.'s new warehouse is now completed and will be an additional facility for this to handle goods at a min- imum of expense. They are unload- ing a car of chairs today. We import Fruit and -In Canadian Magazine for June the creeps last night. It's quite a _____ while since I've read a detective story, and on finishing this I men- The eyes of Canadian women throughout the Dominion are turned this month, to Toronto to a great i tally registered a vow that it would be a long time before I indulged in Quinquennial Congress of the International Council of Wo- another. Perhaps if I begin one in a Fair. W. A. Buchanan and Goode entertained ut small dinners in their honor. Miss Vrooman, Miss Wilson and her guest, Miss Weir, went to Mae- leod to join in the dissipation of the Bachelors' Ball, given there last evening. Miss Vrooman while there was the guest of Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Starnes entertained Miss Wilson and 'Miss Weir. not a Flaw In Pall or Tub of EDDY'S FIBRE-. WARE Solid, Hardened, Mate. without Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive are too, when you Positively Persist In. All Good Grocers caiTsvpply you., Alwtyt, Cwywhwt, in Cnuda. uk A wedding of much interest will take place quietly in the First Bap- j tist Church tomorrow at 4 o'clock, j when Helen Marion, eldest daugh-1 4? ter of the late Rev. Alexander Grant j J men. Two hundred delegates and sUrted utter impossibii. i 4? ..they ]ived i Ice Cream daily, and handle only the best. Our short order service in the dining room is unexcelled. Chow Sam Co. speakers are to be there from twen" j turns ty-three countries and will give ad- dresses on widely different topics, all of special interest to women. These speeches are to be in English which is surely a great tribute to the ling- uistic abilities of our distinguished dele-gates, other than Anglo-Saxon, and perhaps affords a subject for thought for Canadian women. How manv of us have a speaking ac- ity to lay it; 'down before seeing how Qf Edmonton._ One niay ,urn to the Winnipeg Free Press. i Mrs. Wells gave a small tea on i last chapter in a love story to Thursdav at winch were j ever murfi atisfactidn ia ,dfitective varn> for the en_ JQvment .g the gradual iantying of 4 which so try one's skill and ingen-j uity. Two tables were verv much f introduced again the puzzle pictures interested in this novel iorm of en- 1 Our Constant Book." in Three YOU ARE MEET The Lethbridge Builders The first Adult Bible Class organized in Southern Alberta IN WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE ROOM AT 3 P.M. ANY SUNDAY v.- A Stranger only Once. My Life'for Another tertammeni. The Union Bank has opened a with any language but quaintance our own Many of the speakers have world-; dreams wide reputations, and all have ach- '.biuggy" as the hero of "Helen's Ba- ieved distinction in their own spheres ;bies" to Stiy. and this morning It almost makes one's head reel to j I cherished a. 'distinct grudge against look at the rnagic following ;31533 Rinehart. some of the distinguished, names, and i She's not -altogether to one wonders what it would feel like I thOugh, for' see by the last chapter for that. So I read to the very last word of Mary Roberts Rinehart's "thrill- branch at Lake, to the man-; myself, realizing then shook evening was gone, and crossly turned out the lights. Then agement of which the popular and efficient accountant at Edmonton, GREAT WHITE WAY IS HELL Mr. R. W. Baillie has been promot- j British Clergyman Was Horrified at News. Prof. L. H. Alexander, severing -connection who is j ivith the University of Alberta and returning j New York, was presented with' the Things He Saw at Night in New York New York World: "Whenever I de- blame! an address in German and a coyote sire to conjure visions of said to know 'so much. that the responsibility rests on. the The president of the International hired man. When Miss Rinehart was Council is Her Excellency, Lady a little -girl spending her summers paper the students last wcek.iRev_ Geofge H_ Eccleston of HantSy News. i England, "I will recall scenes I have Sir Wilfrid Lanrier will visit To- -n thg ]agt Qr two ronto to attend the marriage of Miss i Aberdeen, who prominent in on a farm she discovered in. an old every noble work not only for wo- j wooden settle in the big farm kitch- men, but for mankind in general, j en nearly a -huodred Nick Carter when she %vas First Lady of the novels. This library was owned by Tjan.d. j the said hired man, a meek-looking The secretary of the council on j creature whom nobody wo-'--' over whom has been laid the great bur- ihave suspected of cherishing Sick dea of organizing this, the third Carterian ambitions. old Sibbald family quinquennial meeting is Mrs. Ostflvie j He- a generous spirit worthy of J b' -v m. -u_-jJ Gordon, of Aberdeen. She is a Carnegie himself., was willing to j chuich. at two 0 clock. your Great White Way, Jones to the.Kev. T. Crawford Brown j, jwentr.third stTeet betiveen Fortv-sec- on June Free Press. The marriage of Miss Alma Hillis, j of Mr. William. Hillis, of] -th and Dr. Alfred MP- i England clergyman with a. curacy at Mr. Eccleston, who is a Church of "Are You The molts of modern ciyHiiatiotiL an evidenced in an increaae of' dii- ordera. It cotdd not be otherwise Tfith eat, drink, low aleep, and up continual round, of excitetnent. irorry, tell: upon the nerves and will not ves till they cry.onf in wwolt, be till HEART AND tNJcRYE PILLS c H Button Gainsboro, Hants, England, was dis- Nail v, of Lethbndge, was celebrated o, ou Wednesdav at St. _ j, church, Lake Shore, Sutton covered at the Hotel Nerherland, after ge .a he had returned from visiting a Broad- _ 66, and reutore (hem OIL Mrs. Wm. Levi.'Mirkdale, Ont., writet: I had for several years been.troobled with. anguished scientist; took her Ph.-D. jlend- Ms treasures an-d so the budd- degree with the highest honors at authoress revelled in deeds of Munich University and is the auth- i doo" and became saturated geological publica- gore. Imagine her, jf you can, saying or oi numerous tions. i v with Mrs. Browning: Ihe president of the National: "The first book first. And how I felt No daubt about it. ROCHON is a Confectionery and Ice Cream Specialist 4 _____ Test for yourself faction's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists Indian Palmist Indian Pnu cess Dahedenah.tlie marvellous Indian palmist and phrenologist, is educated, and has made a life study of scientific palmistry. Consult her on all matters oE importance, whether business, health, or heart affairs. Visit her and be convinced. She knows her business. Room 20, New Hill Block, known as the British Rooming Houss. Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. it beat Council of Great Britain ami Ireland Mrs. Edwin Grav, strangelv enough under mv pillow- conies 01 American stock, as her JUDGE .GOT STUCK New York, June House sat in the Tombs Court Satur- day fining Brooklynites for spitting on the platform of the Brooklyn Bridge. Walter Earlo.. a clerk of 33 Midagh street, had only car fare and lunch money in his pocket and he wanted to so out and get the noces- in the morning's mother was a Miss Gage, of Bos- ton. She is specially versed in phil- anthropic work. Her husband takes an Interest in public affairs, 'having been twice mayor of York. Sweden sends as its president Ma- dame Anna. Hiarta Retzins, whose work has been of a most practical and beneficial kind. She has founded evening schools for servants, penny savings banks, a normal school for training teachers of cooking, as well as many workshops for technical training for boys. A gold medal of honor was given her by King Oscar j the Second on account of her work i for Sweden. Fran Hainisch is the president of the Austrian Council, ami with her come her sons, Dr. Hainisch, the founder of public libraries in Aus- tria, and her son-in-law, Herr Fig- don, a large land-owner, who speaks on "Women as Farmers and Gard- Germany sends Dr. Alice Salomon, of Berlin, who is a noted philan- thropist. There arc of course many other promise to return and When the j distinguished names in this goodly court closed they had not up company, and it is an .inspiration and I hud to settle with the clerk of merely to glance ovei inein, and at the topics to be discussed. Those who to have the pleasure of at- dark An hour before me read But such a taste the sun would let to indulge on i long summer afternoons under an has been for some years organist in saw-at one play: said i Eke, many othera, %pent lots of monej on medicine that did no simply astounded ai what I g00d. j WAV so badLthat this church. Dr. and Mrs. ]STally have gone to the States for "That such..a play could be produced, right in the heart of New York is un- their honeymoon and will reside in It was Lethbridge' Sat- i of and I. do: not thigfc .worse nrday Night, i could be found in Paris. At least in Hon Frank and Mrs. Oliver have j Paris they would not go much further postponed their visit to Edmonton I in tearing morality to than and Seattle until the autumn and j they do in this play; yet .the., friend are leaving for England and Europe who accompanied me said that the at the end Ot the was much better than ..some i others now running in New York. Free Press. Mr. Alvin Ripley has taken W. J. Nelson's house for -the apple tree in ;the orchard with, lengthening shadows thrown across i the grass It doesn't quite Itbe thing. A languishing love story, !a bit of travel, "the poet of thy or the latest anyone of these would suit such a scene- But Kick Carter However, everyone to his taste, and read "The Kan in Lower Ten" here's hoping that-you'll not dream afterwards AXNE. sary dollar. "No." said the macistrute sadly. "I'm not taking any more chances on Brooklyn peoplo. The other day I fined Brooklyn men a dollar each and save them leave to go, upon'their the court. "Since then no more of yoix Brook- lyn men for mine. I'll have to hold you until you communicate with friends. If you were from Westches- tending the meetings are to be en- vied The National Coum-il of Benmark MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bacbelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett Phone 244, Mr. j "In Washington I felt proud of President Taft, who left a j theatre during the performance of a, play that On Thursday evening Mrs, K. 7. did not please him, and friends of Heeve entertained at dinner in hon- mine tell me that the President's ac- or of Mr. and 'Mrs. C.H.1SV Cbnnell. tion will have much to do in.the fu- Covers were laid for ten, and the ture with the class of plays that will guests were, Mr. and iMrs. Connell, C0me to the capital." Dr. and Mrs. Mewburn, Mrs. Neale, Eccieston had something to say would make-ine jump my heart would thump so yon could hear it plainly snd I could not lie 'on my left ride night. I a Jew of otheri-and, cidedt to try Milburn'8 Hearty and to my great joy and'infprise-thBy completely cured ma and took six boxes to "do it. I have a neighboe, MM. Bickett, and I induced lier'to wy them. they effected a cure. eudorie their use for anyone afflicted M I wai." Price, 50 a box, 3 bom for 11-25. at all or mailed direct on receipt of price by I. MUbrnm Co., Toronto. Oat. CITY Mr. Magrath, Mr. and Mrs. smith. about .the police, who, he said1, were hard to find at night. "I walked across The farmers and teamsters coming to the city over the Macleod road are complaining, because the drinking fountain near the comer of Round street and Baroness Roa-d has "been Mr. and Mrs. R. F- Reeve park at Forty-second., street and removedt Cthere fe no place for on an extended trip to the avenue to take a short cut to _ and expect to spend some time avenuej aiwj i was accosted bylafter them to ffive their boaes a drink the principal cities. jes3 than half a dozen; women, At noon on Wednesday at Ed-; called me aj] kinds oi .iianies. A monton the marriage took place fellow also hailed me home of W. J. Graves, 296 5th wiih SQme expressionsras 'Say, Bud, up the Macleod street, of his second daughter the and would you he- Madeline, to Hector L. Landry, hg to see the watch the legal firm of Gariepy and Lan-1 himselfj not. being content to take dry. The ceremony was performed mj, word {or it_ A gentleman passing w r Miss Ursula Atchcr pupil celebr.tedeacher, Wilham speare. will receive pupils in include ter or Staten Island I might take a' will ask for the establishment of a chance on you." universal language for business and Henry Bros. Dye House I Winnipeg. Man. SPECIALISTS IN CHEMICAL DRY CLEANING 277-9 Smith Street. Pbones 1930 1931 569. Ellice Ave. Provencher Ave. Phone 7372 Strictly bigb-class work at Winnipeg prices SPECIAL LOW EXPRESS RATES Allowed by Dominion and Canadian Express Companies Address HENRY BROS. DYE HOUSE Dept. C. 3, Winnipeg Switzerland- will urge the making of school text i books which, disparage j war and promote international a very good purpose So- cial and moral reform, careers for women, laws concerning women, health and trainfnr, art anti j education will all be discussed. In- ideod. the program is almost appali- ing, and that the dele- gates haven't Puritan consciences _ which will not allow thorn to "play i ofT" of us have (ho time, oppor- j tunity or ability to play an unport- 'ant part in such a delegation as this, but our sympathy goes out to the loaders who are unsolfish- ly using their talents for the bettor- nient of the race. Their work is not opposed to the work of the and they realize that within its walls is woman's true sphere, but that her influence does not stop and voice production. Also engage- ment for Concerts, At Homes the Lfthbridee Conservatory of Music. DP. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Office "to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 p m Phone Office J25. House 94. Stl i in tho presence of a few i Father Naessens. r-ctor of St. Joa- --------jchim.s church. After the ceremony luncheon was served and the happy of thej couple then left on the afternoon Shake-i train on an extended wedding trip., of Europe. stopped to see what was happening the fellow slunk away, was told that the man might taken my watch, and there was in sight. I of Fifth avenue to tbe jollowinff ofl.cers were for" term at the last meeting ,of the I.O.O..F.: Noble G-rand V. Dooley .Vice'Grand, Gus Nei- recording "secretary, O, J. Leh- mann financial secretary, ..P. treasurer, Wm. Oliver. .daughter of 3Ir. Mrs, W. Fifth avenue and Forty-second street McKecW o% Frobister, Susk., and to myl honeymoon on the Pacific coapt Mr; L Asquith received Thursday; niternoon for the first did not encounter a single And imagine, too, I had ithT and except for was defensclesa. .C6lli.r, the Rev. Mor, officiating; Mr. CoUier lately, the e H. A. time in London, know its j and previously managed'a store" and the denizens the half flt xcswttr jran. A number of friends; who at least jrespect the cloth, ivere on station to. Asquith'bnt in New York I found there coupie %vith confetti, and to. ince, in PIANO pf The cinr> n v: wi y 'it .1 i'ji i. _ tmu-d, "n-gulated and repaired atlflell looked after the dnmties m Tiuxleratf.' clinrges, or by yearly con- j room, where the table tract, in town or ooiiulry. Leovo j _, with pink and order? at the Tnrpin Furn.turo p( r> __ "Tn the evening Mr. and Co. ptoro. Lothbricltro. carnations. Those Who Lack a thorough business train- ing, always have tho hardest work and poorest Write a letter t.n TXh- bridge's School of Business, Garbutt Business College. Stafford Block, and let them tell you how to take a step higher. GEO. J. SCHMIDT, Prin., P. O. Box (291 A JUDICIAL VACANCY ____- June oi F. E. OTIytin. TJollfivillp, and E. C.' 3. Hnycko, Gobourg, are prominently; mentioned in connection with the ap- pointment 01 successor to the late, Judge Wellor, who pcssfcJ away on; Saturday. Both arc undor 55 I of nge and have hncl fine legal train-' ing." Cowan s can ice a in three Cowan's delicious ;