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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page T07 The LeUibridtff Daily Herald, Saturday, March you want is an on gmp Edis DO not be misled. The only kind of sound- reproducing machine that k perfect is the one that Edison invented and the one that Edison makes. It is the one with the smooth and perfect sapphire point, that doesn't require changing with each record and that doesn't two points alone that should influence your decision. Only in the Edison do you find the music-reproducing idea its Don't take our word for it. Compare the Edison Phonograph with all other instruments side by side, on the same music, if possible, and then you will know better than we can tell you. Edison Phonographs are everywhere in Canada at the same price. to Standard Records. Ambtrol {twice as Grand Opera Records. Ssc. There are Edison dealers everywhere. have gone into the reply tihorougMy. So a Hoard of Trade1 pamphlet had to [COWAN si PERFECTION COCOA UMF LAUD if cocoa Is your favorite beverage 'by all means enjoy it at its best- as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. T11E COWAN CO- Limited, TOKONTO. 135 and some mend pots and do dur.y signs, and parasols off on pans, some sell birds, some deal in aces and Jewellry. Tlioy are not to classed with the of our a i ear, dust-heaps all arisu And go scooting toward the childhood skios, ripreadtnc pretty little sun-motos ering fire. everywhere; erers are When ihe loyn! son of good old in th .Sainted IMt Puts liule sprig of shamrock in is that instead of tlie "personal on which so uiuoh stress 'was 1'tld. The writer was taking long chances dn trusting to the i or a stranger. Perhaps by the light of a flick-1 hadn't -much to lose in his .present! These latter day jvttration. though, of course, there eminently the hundred pounds. String-. -'-ss of ;he celebrated ers across tlie sea are intereiited It Canada, :uul it is inevitable EASTER FLOWERS 'will have the most beautiful show of Choice Cutl'lowers and Plants for KastxM- ever .seen in tin dering elsewhere. cilv. be sun; and see them before or- of waxwork f.wne. they form quite an ini- yartan part of t'he population. his hat, And his manly chest Is seen j Decked in ribbon brightly Since morning, 'however, the iwind And liie Orangeman finds 'business; has amen, so perhaps it fe just as rather flat; j'well to be content with houses and When the millinery all are let die cart dwellers go unenvied. gay. j One of them is quoted as saying that Wirh the coming styles to (bloom on: the people -who Hve in carts are all some of them shoud adopt queer mo-i thods of showing at. j SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Wilson, of rhe Barracks, was the prize-winner at a small bridge given on Saturday evening last by -Mrs. Wells. THE TERRILL FLORAL CO. Plioiu1 Cor. Ashmerid and .Diifl'crin. a little different from rhose who live the whole day always in (houses, as to live In a cart It is March 20, 1910. A Paralytic Forgiven and Healed. Matt. Golden Text: The Son of Man hath power on earth to forgive sins. Matt. Verse what place did Je- sus sail, and where was his destina- tion? Verse how much avail is the faith of one man in bebalf of another? CAN YOU EXPRESS AN OPIN- ION BASED ON EXPERIENCE. AND STATING THE FACTS. AS TO WHETHER ONE -MAN'S FAITH MAY BE THE MEANS OF THE SALVATION OF ANOTHER MAN? 1'i'his question must be answered in writing "by members of the club.) What was the nature of palsy, the gogues, and preaahdiig tihe go.'.ptl of the kingdom, and healing all manner of sickness and aii manner of dis- ease, among the people. Matt. 4'1'3. The following may be used as a new and complete iesson, or as a review of the twelve .preceding les- The date and title of each past les- son, where found, the Golden Text, and one question from each lesson follow. Jan. 'the Forerunner of Jesus. Matt. 3: 1-12. Golden Test. Tine voice of one crying in the .Wild- erness. Prepare ye the way of 'the Lord, make his paths straight. -Matt. 3" 3 Verse reason is there for the belief that men and women make disease from which this man suffer- their own hell or heaven? ed? Verses 3. was it evil for the scribes to doubt the authority of Jesus to forgive sin? Why is a man guilty for sincere doubt, when the doubt is the result of a sinful life? Did Jesus always know all the thoughts of all men in the same way j superior to reason Jan. Baptism and Tempta tion of Jesus. Matt. 3: 13-17: 1-11. Golden Text In that be batih suffered. being tempted, the is able to succor them that are tempted.' 'Heb. Verses 13. ligfai have rare to guide us tn our decision, wihich i -that God knows or did He only know their thoughts through their actions, and from His general knowledge of nature just like other men, who can readily read men? Verse was the more dif- h'cult to pronounce, the forgiveness Jan. beginning of the Gal ilean Ministry, en Text. T-he Matt. 4: 12-25. Gold people who sat in darkness saw great light. 4 Verses may a man o God recognize the call of God. to new I one must have imagination. striving throng not aJone tin a cart that one must head-gear dis-, have imagination if the world be happy. It's a good possession when Kaster day, And the shops long Hold a strugglin Oi ladies seeking tinguishe; Vhen the dummies in the window the wind blows. i are arrayed n a 'fashion to make Soloman afraid, The Rhodes scholar for Adberta. In such gowns beyond compare jMr. G. M. Smith sends an tmerestin-g As would 'make the ancients letter on Oxford, which appears dn stare, Calgary paper. Part of it rid the heart of Sheba's queen quoting, even at the risk quite dismayed: !hurting our feelings 'by hearing that 'M'rs. D. H. Elton has returned from an extended trip to her form- er home dn Washington. D.C. Do not fail to have your part in the great Y.M.C.A. campaign. Get your subscription in to-night. Mrs. Naismitth was the -guest of honor at a small bridge given by -Mrs. v room an on -Wednesday night. Mrs. Naisim'tih herself won the prize. Vhen one day is nirld as a clam, of manners our students are a staid and serious i people. We have 'been told this be- Mrs. Wells entertained at a small dinner party of eight on Wednesday is evening, of MTS. Naismith in company with the next is like a copper-fasten- fore, and anyone who has cibserved ed ram. And nobody ever knows Just what son underclo'es an Englishman on a holiday trip and i a Canadian lEkewii-se on iholiday bent, j'has not needed to use unusual tpen- turn out to 'be a mockery and etration to see >whtdh one got more sham: ji'un out of at. However, we are When the mercury is nervous as a young, and in time will take things colt. i easily. And your furry overcoat (begins to: i Here are some passages from Hie It's a pretty solid bet i letter. The writer shows discern- At such odds as you can get That the merry month of .March is' "There is no suah fhing as an Ox- Mrs. Conybeare and Conyibeare left on Thursday for the east. Mrs. Naismith will tie away for six or thereabouts, while a Mediter- ranean trip is to Ibe the happy por- tion of tine other 'travellers. We 'wash tibem bon voyage! :Miss _Vrooman's friends are glad to hear that she is convalescing rap- idly and 5s staying for some Qfttile time -with Mrs. Arnold. P. R. REPORTED TO HAVE BOUGHT ALBERTA CSNTRAi- Calgary, 'March is believed the C'. P. R. has purchased n.e in- terests of the Alberta Central with the idea of getting a better t; ade across the Rockies than the Ki.ikinj Horse Valley affords." said L-l. li. Gaetx ex-mayor of Red Deer, when in the city yesterday! "We believe the vrrange- ,ments will foe made so that construe tion will begin he continues "Tihe line is to cross the mountain? at a. point where an easy grade to the coast will be obtained. The lino run eastward from Red Deer to" ?as katoon." Mr. Gaetz stated that it was the purpose of tiie businessmen to stsr an active campaign, as soon as construction begins to set forLh advantages of Red Deer. holt! lord tyipe, or an Oxford manner. Kendrick .Bangs, in Harper's i There is no place which lays great- Weekly. Even at the something you risk may of repea-idnj have already j er value on originality. One faculty 1-rhe men have in common. They- Jare almost all more or less athHetic. This -is natural when one considers said or heard, we must remark: Did; the early public school trafinSng of you ever see -more delightful weather i when in. March? Indeed, it would be a of the man's sins, or to cure him oflwork- when Lt comes through anoffli his disease? man'- -Was it God, or the man Jesus, that! Jan- Blessedness. Matt, i credit to any of the months, though] common consent seems to have as-! signed it to May and J-une. The weather man. under directions from Mr. 'Foster has evidently decided to make it up to us for our zero days, so well speedily forget Chat such ever diminished our coal (bins. These summery days -stir the vagabond spirit, and .make one I through the countrv ;the English boy; It seems essentiail one CMnks of tihe damp and sluggish Oxford climate which con- A large audience greeted M-ark Hambourg on Thursday evening, and in it quite a number of Macleod peo- ple were noticed. Dr. 'D'Arc was in from Diamond City attending the Mark Hambourg concert the other evening. REAL ESTATE CASES ADJOURNED The police court cases against the real estate agents charged with car- rying on the business of real estate agents without first having obtained a, license, were adjourned at the re- quest of W. C. Ives and R. A. Smith, solicitors for the several defendants. Mr. Church, for the City, consenting. The similar cases against the insur- ance agents on a similar charge were also similarly adjourned. long to gOj wiuh a gyipsyi strains daily exercise. The great sport is rowing; the fete week of the year comes "when tihe college eights com-pete. FootibalQ is a sec- ond, with every other sport gener- ously patronized. Lacrosse is re- cognized, bnt played chiefly iby Can- adians. The afternoon, from three to five, is devoted to games- Among. the out of town visitors in to hear Mark HanVbourg were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McDonald, of Mac- feod. forgave this man his sins, and has'5: Golden Text. Blessed arej everv other holv man got authoritv iLhe in heart forv they -shall see i There are no gypsies here; matter. One can i to pronounce when a man's sins forgiven? od. Matt. 5: S. Verse in i have just as much fun in wishing for last analysis: Veerses 6, did the cure 'the essential qualification for be- this sick man demonstrate that Jesus ,inS a subject of the kingdom of God had power to forgive sins? lon In what way are the miracles of! erves firm by imparting a strengthening and restorative influence to every organ, and tissue of the body and curing palpi- tation of the dizziness, slecpless- anaemia, twitching of the muscles auses, the Canadian undergraduate has a sob- riety and seriousness, standing in contrast with the English character. which finds or makes rtmo to see the lighter sido. As men of the world. the Canadian -may often consider the English student at Oxford, a dile- tante. This is a wrong impression. r. is time the Canadians in Oxford havo surnouTtied these barriers. Still, with other colonials and for- eigners, their influence on conserva- tive Oxford is not dirocL Lot ir be spid ;ftai thoy are even warmly -wel- comed in the -mother British, univer- sities." We must sell the entire in the next 15 days and in order to do so we offering the most of our stock at even less than manufacturer's prices. The stock is strictly first-class, made by the best manu- facturers in the country. This is an oppor- tunity for Hotel Men and out of town mer- chants. j winds and -the sea obey him? Mutt. S: 27. Lesson for Sun-day. April 3rd. The Power of Ffiitb. Matt. 0: 18- a II A; I If I Of i i n sensation of "pins and general nf Price, 50 cents box or 3 box's for 51.25 at all Dealers, or mailed direct on of price by The T Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto.'Out, We have an old-fashioned habit of i our toa from the load pack-! ago into a "caddy." and rhis after-' noon a bit of writing caught my eye as the last grains of Tetioy's flutter- ed out. tl was-' the address of the Lethbridge Furniture Co. OPPOSITE FIRE HALL ;