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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ACTA.. SATURDAY, MAY 1901 a a Western Window The Question of the My heart is bowed with care I try to rise above Of some things one can't aware D.y Incessant trials my but we have ncvp.r endured collars a carking equanimity. This new dictate of Fasiiion' is but another demonstration of the Law of be un- (Compensation. What is taken off one part must be put on in another. Continued failure my spirit grieves Why 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 Caftada ship us samples of ine company do not know at present he new car will work, erve as a test for Jdeas which-may he employed in future oar In ladies' and gentlemen's wear and in web. Also table covers, handkerchiefs etc., Just received FROM JAPAN Toys, porcelain ware leather goody, paper nap. kins etc. i i Chow Sain Co p IB addition to listing.and describ- ing Canadian periodicals, the direc- tory supplies a comprehensive gazet- teer giving the population, the cnief industries, the railway, tele- graph, banking facilities, and' other interesting features of every news- paper ciiyj town and villdge in Can- ada. The book contains over 430 pages. It is splendidly bound and is cer- tainly a credit alike to the publish- ers and to Canadian newspapers gen- erally. A.-McKim; limited, are particular ly well qualified to e'dit and publish this, the standard book of reference on .Canadian pub'lications." They ar the pioneers in the Advertising Ag ency field in the Dominion, the Ttfc- Kim Agency having been founded in Montreal in January, 1889." twen ty years ago, by Mr. Anson McKim who is still at the head of the busi ness. During all this time.they have beek the acknowledged leaders-in this line .in Canada, and the Ageucy business has been developed from a very, small beginnings-then performing the functions of the middle man a very large producing enter- prise which runs into the. millions. Years ago McKim recognized that one of the requisites for .successful advertising is a- thorough knowledge gan the publication of the Canadian .Newspaper Directory, which is now recognized as the' most complete and (From the London Daily Mail) At the close of Lord Kitchener's command in India we have before us a striking example of what one -de- termined strong man can do when he resolves to turn an antiquated sysem bolstered up by vested interests" in- to an organization fitted to stand the strains .of jnodern war requirements Never has Lord Kitchener shown Jbis fighting qualities more brilliantly than in his campaign against obstruc tion in India. The abolitions! the old mischievions dual control which pitt- ed the commander-in-chief against tthe military member of the Viceroy's council and let the army rest while they pecked and spurred each other, the improvement of the fighting value of the Indian forces, the reforms in- troduced into their administration and the redistribution of them, -the new and effective provisions for fron- tier defence, and the modernized plan of mobolization and method train- these are enduring monu- ments to the letiring Commander-in- Chief's outstanding ability and his unyielding spirit in, a stiff struggle. Kumor tells us that in future we shall know Lord Kitchener in a vastly dif- ferent capacity. He has long been a keen gardener, with an especial in- terest in orchids. It is said that on his retirement he will purchase an easy reach of' London and rival another great empire-build- er in the production of gems of orcliid culture. the exultant joy which a woman feels at scenting a bargain doesn't appeal ,to man.. The jokes which appear-an- at Christmas time assure us that he doesn't when it comes to cravats and tinx by female members of his family. But we digress. could desired. The Guild realizes little, sum, so every one is pleased.. On Wednesday evening: Mrs. Free- j man-had three tables, of Five Hun- dred, at which Miss'Addy earned off the pretty prize. Mrs. Shaw entertained at Shaws- den on Thursday euchre for the young people and the brides come to the city. rs were Bowman and Mr. w-ho have lately The lucky Wells, 3Irs. H. B Ritchie: Mr. Magrath is a welcome visitor m the city and expects to be here for about three weeks. On his .return t----------------- VAU. To resoom and- continue as I to Ottawa he and Mrs. Magrath sail ncifl n A TlrfWi'e _.. ____ f Josiah Allen's wife says, you must be careful in Prince Rupert never, never, never to step off the board walk, for if you do a black, soft, oozy mud waits to- engulf you. These the choice Mest to the walks are, in most coses, above the of the lots on either side, and are built on trestles. All the teaio- is done on them, so they be wide enough for that. Thw re- mtad one of the goods clerk who-je customer objected that a" Piece of goods was very narrow. "Yes, but look at the length of he retorted. Up to date, the "length of It" in Prince- -Rupert is twenty miles, and as you look down from your plank elevation you may read the names of the streets from signs stuck on poles in the soft, peaty ground. Sune avenues running east and west are laid out, and in the centre'of the "city" is a reserve said to be for the offices. In this location are most pf the present business houses Some of these are very creditable. It doesn't sound enticing as a-place to live iPl does it Walking- around on an elevated plank railroad to avoid mud "from six inches to ty-two is a doubtful i pleasure even'in dry weather. "When it raans, and the planks are slippery there will .be no lack of excitement for England'and the sum- mer there. The Hon. JLj-nran and Jtfrs. Melvin Jones, Toronto, have issued invita- tions to the marriage_of their daugh- ter, Eallien Necora, to the Rev, T. Crawford Brown at on Wednes- day afternoon, June 16, in. St. And- rew's church and afterwards at Llawhaden. The announcement of the date of the marriage has been awaited with much interest, not only by friends in "Are You ment. condition he was in it was out of the question to move Mr. Mun- jroe in any "vehicle, and when hie 'neighbors found what was wanted they decided on the way and the and twenty-four of them vot 'unleered to carry him to Coblenz A litter was constructed, made as comfortable as possible, and the strange prqcession. started, the liter- bearers relieving each other .as they tramped their weary way across the prairie. The trail is rough in some crossing Eagle Hill creek in one place with a sharp rise up steep hills, but the steady continued except when the the'pa- tient made a rest necessary. Finally Coblenz was reached after a two days1 weary tramp, and the, town rose to the occasion. The men] composing tie party found that their money .would in and while they stayed there they were the guests of the town. "You. have! done your share, little enough if we j do they were 'told, and when they started home they were given.) a "lift" by from Coblenz which ALBERTA FAIRS 29 and 30, July and 2. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 6 and 7. 13 and 13. St. 3. Fort 4. 13 and 14.v 3. 4, 5 and 6. 10 11 and 12. 21. and 23 34. 27. and 28. 29. 30 and Oct. i. 5. Baymond-rSeptember 16 and 17. 20 and 21 Eincher 22. 23 and 24. 28 and 29. 30. Irvine-October 1. Didsbnry-iOctober 5 and' 6. ,6'and 7, 7 and 8'. Three 12. 14. 29, 6. 30 and Nov. 1 19 and 20. ff Thotc Who Ladk a thorough imauujw trairi the work and poorest pay. Writer letter to Sdiool of Busing, Garbutt -Bagiueis .OoHege BJock; let theW ten-you how to'iakfr a higher. 1 F J. SCHMMJT, Prln., P. O. OR. C. C. CRAQG Physician and Surgeon. Office to il a.m.. 1 Jp to p.sa., 7-to 8 Phone1 Office Ifl6. House SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupU af the teacher, William apeare, will- receive pupils in and voice "production. Alto engafe- jnte-Jor Balla'd At the Lfthbridge Conserratory of Muiie. f MISS H. A. DEMPSEY Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teaoher of piano, orgait and theory, principal of the piano Xeth> bridge Conservatory of-' Music: -Pu- pils prepared ,fbr For terms address Con- aervatory. of Mueic, or .residence, .cor :ArByle Ave., and Baitlett- St Phone 244. The Traders.Bank of icently opened a neV branch si3Cas- tor, Alberta, with Mr.E.1L Paterson txceMent materials careful over half way left mutual good wishes on is going to 'resign, and Hon. Wm. Paterson will shift from he Customs to the Trade and Com- merce Department. Prince Rupert may be-Jt's a de- batable question-a good place m which to. "get rich tut as a home toFn-well, ;as Kipllng Say8 J.nat s another story." is made from the finest care- i fully selected oocoa beans, reacted by a special process to perfect the rich chocolate (flavor. Cowan's is most deli- cipiw and most economical. co. j Last summer we were wearing very 'high collars and almost no sleeves to speak of. This year it's quita the other, way. j The sleeves are very our knuckles in some cases-a.nd the col- lars are a minire quantity. It to ;be a Butch'neck season, and collar- iless gowns and low turnover collars I'arc the order of the day. It seems' j much., more sensible, if there has to cui-taliinent somewhere, to have it around the neck rather than the" water pan: 'dooc (AX the dust danirw -near the ash door shaker at lower ;front .door The HICK HARDWARE CO. J LOCAL AGENTS Our Constant Book." Fifty in Three YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO MEET Lethbridgc Builders I IN WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE ROOM AT 3 P.M. ANY SUNDAY A Stranger only Once. My er ,nmmy ether Exclusive Feetwrts sre .you Pesitlvely Persist ;