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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, March YOU would soon get rid of a servant who did only half the ,work in double the time of a capable one. Then why continue using a flour that gives half the nourishment End double the work to digest? FROM A WESTERN WINDOW -BY Ogilvie's Royal Household is made from selected spring a wheat that is rich in nutriment. It is the whitest and finest flour made it makes fully one-third more bread to the pound than any soft wheat flour and is more dependable in every respect. HMT Kills A chocolate confection of rich milk choco- late and fresh shelled walnuts. Simply exquisite. In and pound cakes. THE COWAN co. LIMITED. TORONTO. SAVING THE COUNTRY The 1'atrioi in lervld tone of the Sounding'Seas Which lave This Canada of Ours, And bear our export cheese. Then of the Lukes he said a word, Commendatory too, He asked, if tuey should disappear, What would the yachtsmen do? the patriot declared, "The Mountains clad with pine, ;The silver in its muive lair, i The gentle wildcat mine." "Hear, the worthy chairman said, His bosom swelled wich though an honest man, he soUl Some stocks upon the side. The Patriot thereby was stirred To wider, higher flights. )Ie spoke about the Western Plains, Also the Northern Lights. The Cattle on a Thousand Hills Came in his peroration, And' lastly he demanded votes i To save his noble nation. i He said: "Defeat me not, my friends, N'or lay me on the .1 want to save this glorious land, j To save myself. j Edgar Middleton in Canadian i Magazine.' RANGE Cut buiu guess :it wide of the murk. Sometimes, however, the nspir- aut, aftec knowledge tried to verify !iis informant's claims, and was forced to correct Her wild statements. Then she pretended it was merely a joke and he departed with a puzzled idea of American humor. .Most of us sympa- with it is so em barrassing to be asked iu a hurry .the distance of the moon or the date of the Battle of Culloden. There are only a few women like Miss Agnes Deans Cameron and Miss Agnes Lain who bristle with facts and information. Yet with all their advantages, the women Zealand have the ser- vant problem in an even more acute form than we have. During the last year a petition has been sent to par- liament setting forth the necessity of "Immediate steps being taken by the government to establish a system of free immigration from the United Kfngdom for single young women of good health and character suitable for and willing to follow the calling or domestic service." Free emigration may take these young women to the new colony, but would be no guarantee of their remaining in service. The very conditions which the Labor party have created tend to make for equality in classes, and a newcomer is not slow in detecting the altered atmos nhere. There is too, a wide the restricted work of a ser- vant-maid in a large family in the Old Land and the care of a New Zealand possesses peculiar in- I l r.otisi'nold which often depends OP. tterest for us for several reasons. It niaia-oi-aii-work. ims m useii is has been ca led the home The BEST Range You Can Buy No other range on earth has a single point of convenience or real utility is not em- bodied in the "Happy but this range has many original patented features which can be found in no other one a convenience and profit to the housewife. More reasons why ihe "HAPPY THOUGHT" is called "The King of Ranges" art I9W given in our interesting booklet. Write for it. HAYR BROS., Local Representatives by Th, WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LTD, YIDDISH PLAY WRITER DIED YESTERDAY 'New York, March Her- o.wltz, who wrote 'sixty' Yiddish plays SAY POLICE USED been called the home of Dem- jocracy, and it is said that there are jno very rich and no very poor there. It- is making ah earnest effort to solve industrial problems, and has al- ready accomplished something. Then, jas you know, women exercise the fran- jchise there, and for that reason New [Zealand is the Happy Hunting Ground jto which the suffragette proudly j points. Notwithstanding the remark 'of ;he New mere j HIM ROUGHLY that women's votes made no difference not this man more 'worthy than he thought? What are relative moral values of thinking too much, or thinking too little of ourselves? Why should not a man be blamable, for folly if not for sin, for having oa estimate of himself, whether for or against, other than the facts warrant? What was the ground for Uiis man's sublime faith, and- Is auch faith pos- sible, for all of us, "when we pray for! specific things? is the force of the centurian's analogy between obedience rendered as a general and the instant ob- edience of the laws of nature to the commands of Jesus? "Speak the wori only." Verse 10. What reason Is there to believe, that in every nation, and un- der every form of error and supersti- tion. men are found 'who fear God, aii.d that all who do fear him are ac- cepted of him? Verses 11, When it comes to a Ottawa March circumstan- ces attending the death of Michael O'Brien at St. Luke's hospital onTfcurs i day afternoon will likely be the sub- which were produced in ihe 'theatres. of me 4ower east side, dead at'theljeCt an Montefiore home aged 76 years, C0ronen He was mJxed up a fra' dead playwright was born in Houmaji- ia, He became a well known theatri- cal manager of Yiddish productions in Austria before his America in 1SS2. immigration to Medicines that aid nature are al- ways most successful. Chamberlain's Cough nemedy acts on this plaa. It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, opens tne secretions and aids na- ture in restoring the system to a. healthy condition. Sold iby all drug- gists. cas on a street car and alleged that when arrested tne police used him roughly. Later he Tent to the hos- pital and died, it is said, of injuries received. The Manitoba winter fair and fat stock show and provincial poultry ex- hibition at Brandon opened today. LOOK FOR THE C. T. ELECTRIC SIG3V for "ihe married women vote as their' husbands do, and the single one's t won't make the statutory declaration j that they're over we are j inclined to think that there is a dif- ference. The women are in earnest about voting, at any rate. Whether from conviction or education we can- not say, hut at the last general elec-1 "V" whe tion eighty-five per cent, of .the women voted. Most.of us think that even if we could we wouldn't vote, but per- haps if we had the chance we might try it. Eighty-five per ceai. is a pretty good showing, and a better one than the men madeat election men- tioned. To this influence is traced' a decline in the liquor traffic, for women know too well the sorrow that follows in its -train and.which too often falls This in itself is yeiious difficulty. The petition sent to parliament men tioned that there are in New Zea'aiu; sixty-one thousand more men than men, and the girls might make very good matches. It is said that the of many of the richest men ther., v.ere once servants. So far from ben.-, an inducement to remain in the kitch- en, this would seem to have the oppo- site b'ut perhaps the. were Thinking of that very rood rprioc for a rabbit Stew, "First catch your dearth of domestic help is caus- ing householders to build Jnme.s '.viU: cveiy possible convenience labor- saving device. It sounds like a lecture by Rorer to hear of all the i-on irivanoes of a modern kitchen. House should be easy there H my It may prove to li-> a great and if politics arH domestic sci- go hand in hand m the schools, we may expect the solution cf iihc long suffering servant .problem, and will re-! sari! UttU- Zealand'with more si thttn ever. matter of personal salvation, what ad- vantage did the Jew have over Gentile and what advantage March 13thr 1910, Two Mighty Works. .Matt. 8: 23-34. Golden Text. What -manner of man is this, Wiat even the winds and the sea obey him. Matt. 8-27. Verses 23, is your idea as co whether Jesu-s was liable to the sunn? natural difficulties ajjd diseases as think ages has used the Devil .to ac- Verse 13. Have you any reason would have been better if they his purposes, and say why believe that this man's faith and awakened Jesus, and if does so? results are other Chan typical of had never been was the object of these dev- es that are constantly we pray to God to change in wanting to enter these swine? Verses DOES GOD TODAY PURPOSE TO CURE OUR SKMC .MIRACULOUSLY, LIKE or to alter circumstances, which He has planned for our help, how would you characterize such is it that bad men and devils take a delight in causing loss and pain and that they are really "tormented" CASES, OR ARE THESE EXCEPTIONAL AND FOR A SPECIAL Verse Why did Jesus ahey are restrained from doing evil POSE? (This question to be there any to-day possessed swered in writing by members of 'he what power was this great .miracle performed? devils that Jesus cannot cast out? Why or why not? Lesson for Sunday, March 131 h.. would be of the greater benefit to mankind, for God to run 33, What action do bad men take to-day, when their unholy Two Mighty Works, Matt. 8: 2'i and the affairs of men, on fixed laws, or by is being overthrown oy men of God? SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Memburn had five tables at on their So this one result on Monday evening, the prizes is surely noteworthy. [going- to Mrs. Naismith, Mrs. Vroo- man and Mr.JE. H. .Wilson. On Thurs- HI-II'IUI I M t Spring Millinery Opening WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9TH All the New Shapes, Colors and Styles I Will Be On Display MISS COOKSLEY. n 1 1 1 1 1 DUFFERIN STREET r 1 1 1 ii i n i 1 1 ii i I-M MILLINERY OPENING rL J. McLeay Announce their Spring Millinery Opening on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9THI I L. J. McLEAY, REDPATH STREET A recent visitor to Winnipeg was Miss Grace McNaught, a teacher in one of the public schools of New Zea- land. She spoke readily about poli- tics in her own country and made her hearers reaMze anew what a vast gulf lies between the educated Englishwom- Jan and the Canadian woman as to knowledge of laws and parliaments. In this advanced colony special provision is made for women at political meet- ings. The dress circle seats are re- served for them, and though the men outnumber them, yet they do form an important part of the audience. In the schools a keen interest is taken in matters of state, and often at noon and recess spaces, lively debates go on. It must seem strange to the school girls to have their remarks treated with deference for from time immemorial have we not been told that we have no intuition! It must be good training for them all, girls and boys alike, and ought to help In a revival of the Lost Art of conservation. 'Figures are elusive things, but we realize how necessary a few are. The more shaky we are, the more we admire glib statistician. Nor are we always so adroit as the heroine of one of Kate Douglas Wiggins' de- lightful stories. She said that when in Scotland she was usually taken iu to dinner by a heavy, fact-loving per- sonage who, on hearing that she was an American and from -New Tork, in day evening Mrs. Mewburn entertained at Five Hundred. -Mrs. Mewburn had nve tables at ception on Wednesday afternoon in her new home on Dufferin street and many callers found their way there. Mrs. Taylor was gowned becomingly in cream, and receiving with her were Mrs. C. B. Bowman and Miss Colpman. The tea-room, which was dainty with pink and white roses, was in charge of uMrs. G. W. Robinson, assisted by Miss Ruth Freeman and Miss Andrey Neale. was an error in last week's column in stating that Mrs. Starnes entertained. [variably asked her. as a preliminary friendly conversation, the length of course, 0 j Brooklyn bridge. She, I hadn't the faintest idea, and made a I II I I I FURNITURE CO.'S ig Ope nn IS NOW IN FULL SWING g Sal TO HOUSE-KEEPERS Throw away your carpet-beating outfits ana adopt the new method of cleaning, wmch we will tell you about OUR SYSTEM EATS UP THE DIRT KEEP YOUR EYE ON THIS SPACE Sunday School Lesson MARCH 8, 1910. Jesus the Healer. .Matt 8: L'-IT. Golden Text Himself took our in- firmities and bare our sicknesses. -Matt. S 17. Verses 2-4. What ds the nature of the disease of leprosy? How many .points of resemblance are there between leprosy and How were lepers treated in thve days? How had this-leper probably learned that Jesus had power to heal him? EHd Jesus desire that this leper never tell who had healed him. or that should tell the priest first, and thus get his cure officially recog- nized, before telling any other per- son? If God will he can do anything, but to how many or mir TCQ nests in ay we be certain that he will eay "I What promptM Jesus to grant the .request and to heui this leper? verse was the position oi a centurion, and 4T he had teen some ohsciire person Jesus have treated him just -courtesously? 1 Verses 6, benefit Is it to us. to-day, to bring our -sick ones to Jesus? So far as the rexwds show, Jesus while in the fiesh healed all the sick ones that were brought to him, Js that sufficient to prove that he will j do the same to-day? Verses S, the cominenda- j tion which Jesus afterwards gave him The bargains are being sought after by many 1 housekeepers, who are adding to their house- I furnishings. You have just seven days more to 1 take advantage of this money-saving opportunity 1 SPRINGS Double wire and fine weave- Reg. 13.50 and Sale price. and 94.65 at MATTRESSES 4ft, 6 3 ft. 6 in.; 3 ft. excelsior fill- ing; wool faced. Eeg. Sale Better class, all felt. Keg. and 818.00, Sale price STOVES. AND BANGES No. 8 stoves; good size oven; good baker. Reg. 817.00. Sale price No. 9 Oakland; 22 in. oven. Eeg. Sale price No. 9 range, six cooking hol- excellent baker. Keg. Sale price These are just three samples of our bis: assortment. LOUNGES Upholstered in best velours and art leather- Reg. Sale Reg. Sale price BEDS In all sizes. Eeg. Sale price 'Reg. 86.50. Sale price -Eeg. Sale price Reg. Sale price Reg. Sale price BED COUCHES Upholstered in green and red velour and art leather. Reg. 114.00. Sale price 110.75 Better class. Reg, Sale price COLUMBIA GBAMAPHONES Bog. .835.00. Sale price GO CABT, BABY-CARRIAGE One Motion folding cart. i 1 I i 1 Beg. Sale price Reg..816.00. Sale price Goods Delivered Free to Any Part of the City WANTED Muskrat Coyote Skins ip unlimited Quantities, aJso hides of all kinds. Highest prices paid. J. Ycruna 405 SmFth St. 4- i I i The Meltzer Furniture Co. Bound Street, Opposite Eureka, Successors to the Golden West Furniture C'o; THE STORE THAT HAS COME TO STAY I 1 I'M M! K i? ,4; ;