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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. FROM A WESTERN WINDOW -BY Given Op To Die Ko. 100 St.t Sorel, Quebec. s-affered f rota womb disease for seven years, with dreadful pams over the front of the body, over the bact and down the legs. I'had indigestion and chronic constipation and the constipation -was Miss Mary Ellen Regan, daughter of the late Mr. William Regan, of Both- well, Ontario, to Mr, Henry Edward Todd, manager of the Merchants Bank of Canada, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, son of Mr. Edward Todd, Owen Sound, Saturday Night. Miss Grace'Weir, of Hamilton, Sleep at the Inn o' A kindly host he waits, And all riight long a goodly throng Comes softly through his gates. A varied company- Scholar and clown and king, Or prince or priest, or great or least. He gives them welcoming. For each he fills the cup Where poppy-petals swim, Wherefrom each guest at his behest Drinks deeply, toasting him. And old men drink of youth, And sad men of delight, And weary men drink deep again The pulsing wine of might. And poets drink of song, But best and oh, most sweet, Above that brim where poppJes swr.o The lips of lovers meet. Sleep at the Inn o' A kindly host he waits, And all night long a goodly throng Comes softly through his gates. Theodosia Garrison, in Scribner's. Afr.Vo i so bad that I went sometiraes for ten to j Mrs. J. 0. Wilson at 0 oOUlu AIHva, i i _... It seems a little unkind of the clerk of the weather to give us wea- ther such as this in November. The autumn was so fine that somehow 01 other we expected' it to last till Christmas. "What do you want any- way says 4he man who has come from' the East. "Isn't this sea- sonable weather? Don't you expect snow in winter Well, the truth is, we really not. We have been spoiled in that respect hy former winters, and now seem to consider we have special hn- tain pudding ada, India, Tasmania, Ceylon, New Zealand, San Domingo, or far-ofl Islands of the Sea. It must give one a curious feeling to stand before such a display and contemplate the unity of the British people in regard to plum pudding. We may be divided as to the budget, but as to plum pud- ding, never The post office people say it is sim- marvellous to contemplate the things eatable that English people send to their rela lions over-seas at Christmas times. They grow quite reckless as to postage, and are pre- j pared to go unlimited lengths in or-j der to give the far-off wanderer in j Canada or Africa a bit of English holiday cheer. Of course, sentiment j is chiefly responsible for this. There is also something in the comfortable Bull attitude towards eating and drinking. Truly orthodox and British in sentiment is the old pro- verb, "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach." A man who was told of the con- fectioner's enterprise the other day seemed to think the situation de- manded more and enquired, "Why didn't he put in on what days the last Christmas mails to all these jolly places closed So, you see what every benefactor of the race mar expect. There will always be flaws in his scheme of things. is the fifteen days without any action of the j on her wav to Winnipeg. bowels. I was ill m bed for one whole t Ulil year. At one time I was so low that everyone thought I was going to die, Conybeare has returned from and Kites of the Churchjere j Winnipeg. administered to me. I was treated by six different doctors without any benefit. I Mrs. McNicol was the hostess of a i bright euchre on Monday afternoon in S honor of Mrs. Chivers, who will be j much missed when she leaves town. Six tables took part and Miss Patte- some and Mrs. Arnold tied for first honors. They cut and Miss Patteson was the lucky one. The Lone Hand prize went to Miss Vrooman. Mr. W. A. Wright, of the Imperial bank, who has been appointed'inspec- tor for the west, left for Calgary, i where he will reside, on Saturday night. Before leaving he was the {guest of honor at a dinner at the j Royal Alexandra, at the close of which he was presented with a hand- some set of pipes- Those present 'were: Mr. Wright, Mr. H. Seaman. Mr. II. N. Baker, Mr. H. Driscoll, j Perfectly level oven bottom A "warped" or uneven oven bottom tilts pie plates and causes juice to run over and stain oven you have to clean up the regular occurrence if you own an ordinary range. MAOAMC JCttfH UMCTTt DoubleS Oven Stiffeners No such annoyance with Sask- Alta oven bottom. Double "S" oven Stiffeners, double bolted, are placed so as to prevent any possibility of "warping1" either at sides or center. Sask-Alta oven bottom is per- fectly level when you buy the LETHBRIDGE AGENTS range and will stay that way for all will never "warp." Sask-Alta steel oven is a splendid and will accommodate four pie plates on oven shelf. Just ask McClary agent to show you Sask-Alta. 28 Stafford-Agnew Co. Then I got a sample of Skinner Mr. C. Allan, and j s IG N O R G H E R A R DI'S c. A outfit was also presented to Mr. The Christmas number of The Lad- ies' Home Journal is out, and a very seasonable number it is. All tastes to be suited, for there are Christmas song, Christmas stories, munitv from cold and snow. he Christmas pictures, Christmas menus, longer we have lived here the firmer i and above bints for Christmas is our conviction that a mistake l.as gifts. Mortal ingenuity could surely been made, in our weather. We vriire j go no farther in th.e making of a chatting about it the other day, and popuiar holiday number. An interest- a winter girl was expatiating on jng announcement for next year is the joys of frosty days, when an old of a new department, when ques- resident demurred. husband btggcd so hard for me to try them. As toon I to take "Frnit-a-tivM" I grew better, the bloating was relieved, the sleeplessness was cured, my stomach acted, and the were moved, bat above all the fearful womb pains were made easier. I have taken eighteen boxes in all aud I am now perfectly -well again.'' (Signed) MADAME JOSEPH LIRETTE, you live out of toi'B Wright from the Imperial bank staff. Free Press. Two bridges were on the tapis for Wednesday. In the afterooon Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham was the hostess at the popular pastime. Mrs. Nai- CONCERT WAS SUCCESS The expectations of music lovers which had been raised by the an- nouncement of Signor Gherardi's con- cert were fully realized Thursday night. Madame Jenny Le Saunter. the for trial box 250. j smith and Mrs. Vrooman took the from jprizcs_ in the evening Mrs. j entertained in her new home on Bart- 'jlett street, at three tables, when __ at dealers or Limited, Ottawa, that might have been attended to week before with comfort The practical suggestion is made j that Christmas shopping shall be j done before December eighteenth, and i that a Christmas drawer be kept all j the year io, receive gifts. It's too late to manage the latter, but we can j make an effort to try the former j plan. We can try too, to have by the j a'Mrs. Chivers and Mrs. Anderson'were i the victors. same date all the parcels ready U.U.U V U tfj i 4- tions ot vital interest to women will mailing, "'s tte same amount for of "You Old Timers don't like be argued on both sides. The burn- said the newcomer in surprise. ing; problem of the franchise for wo- work at one time as another, and all I the arguments are in favor of fore- j handedness. When there is leisure the No, ,e ratner resent ,t." said JJ.; win b. Miss time -weather. "You" Easterners arc to she went on, "for bringing your days with you. You are season we used to be proudest the Addams, of Hull House, -1 the peace and seremty brings. Often in our mad H- '-tt. 4 x haste we quite lose the atmosphere tion with settlements, will tell "V 4 of this blessed time. We shall then other with a.quizzical smile at inconsistency of human has made an enviable name for her- i self in philanthropic work in connec-! I Women Should and Dr. Lv- man Abbott, of the j have leisure to sit down and tell the j taifes i 11 T-r> -fag chil- IJULV j T T J, the other side.' Why is it not stories and tirm for this season belongs particu- ed by a woman, we wonder. Surely1 "Weil, I'm glad we are, _sari tne are many gifted women of outdoor girl, and started of! with in skates. shed illuminating light on this ques- j give 'the woman's larly to them, and it is their right to 'hear of its Founder. It has been a favorite fashion for the last year or so for a bride-to-be have all preparations made a few "Of course, it's not .so coid that, tioili amj it's disagreeable. That's not the view-point. By the way, it is said j went on the old resident, try-, tnat Mr. Roosevelt, who is associate weeks bcforc her weddmS, and m that in- to explain her attitude of mind. editor of the outlook, is paid a dol- jtime to on a Ilttle qU1C "We wouldn't mind it.30 degrees be-. ,ar a word by Scribner's Magazine j This has meant rested nerves and a low all winter if we had been used for SQmc articics on his African ad-! peaceful mind. Is it not time that to it. But in the early days we had Tcntures. If his senior editor we were learning to take Christmas very little snow, and came to feel we command the ratc> we would peacefully -The very season that be in the nature of-. things, a 3083 MISSES' DRESS PARIS PATTERN NO. 3083 All Seams Allowed. Light-tan solored cashmere shouldn't have anv-a case of advise Mm to tne arguments effectively employed in making proverbial inch." against women's votes. We'll ano r.st, is oiten Full-length sleeves "Tt must have been one of your old mind. It's hard t.0 get new depart- such a naturc that we dreaa a chemisette, topped by a high timlrs to a neighbor such a magazinc. tet an in- "d W pattern i3'In three to someone told her husband before he tioncd art authority from one of! left that it was so warm here that a the great American Art Institutes." j man never needed an overcoat. She The most sensible page in the whole i too naturally resents the weather.' magazine to my mind is the one j though, of course, it's not any colder called, "The Other Side of Christ-j nor so cold as in her old home by the mas." There is "the other j and we ought to be honest enough to j and see- "No and we haven't trluse cold, face it. We all know the utterly fag-. damp 'penetrating winds that make ged feeling that gets us as the twen- you feel as if your naked soul stood ty-fifth of December comes around, p shivering. That's the kind of cold Towards the end duties heap up; one gets by quickly Interpos-. amazingly. There are gifts to buv j ed the old "timer zealous for her own and to make, puddings and calces to, countrv -'We'll have a Chinook one; be attended to, extra sewing to be j pianiste, a graduate of the National Conservatory of France., displayed a temperament and technique which surprised and delighted her audience, each of her numbers receiving a well- deserved encore, while her accom- paniment of the vocal and instrument- al numbers was an object lesson in an arc the "difficulty of which is in- sufficiently recognized. The violinist, Mr. was well received and earned the plaudits of his hearers by the careful render- ing of his pieces, and obligingly played two others in answer to the persistent re-calls. Signor Gherardi is a tenor of the Italian school, such as is seldom or ever heard in the West. His voice is characterized by power and singu- lar sweetness. The rendition of his sonss evidenced musicianly instinct with that culture and finish which hard work and experience can alone ive. His songs given .in four lan- Ouages were enthusiastically receiv- ed, and necessitated his repeated re- appearance after all the selections. The smoothness and purity of voice was a fine example of the "bel canto" of tiie Italian school, and the judicious use of the mezza voce relieved the heavv work which was allotted to him particularly in the Lohengrin selec-. tions group, from any suggestion of monotony. five Honths' Trial 25c. STjfciat offer, so every Canadian snail know thefr owa -women's national magar.iic. Doubled in one year. JfirU last msnifcr" triil." TJ lie Journal TORONTO Earn Money in Spare Tme "Work for ns in rcur spare titae getting and new 01 ders. worlt, picrfl money, and cumulative results. Write 'onr salp.ry offer, propoiition in Canafifc- Jf you want to ftirnish your honse 'to SAVE MONEY buy from Golden West Furniture Co. the cheapest store in town. Round Streat Opposite Herald Office L we not try "this rear to begin 17 years. For a miss of o dress will require, as illustrated, b once onr preparations :yards of material 36 inches wide, with Dav is a month from to-day. If 1_4 yards of tucked net and 2 yards of be at hara ANSfE. of material 24 inches wide, yards 27 inches wide. 5 1-4 yards 36 inches wide or 4 5-S yarBs 42 inches wide. Price of pattern. 10 cents. 1 Free Lessons in Art Needlework I 1 BEADING'S Exhibition of SILK EMBOIDERY Work HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S STOR Lethbridge, November 29th to December llth. Classes for instruction to be formed at once. The Public are invited to visit this -magnificent Display of Art Needlework. MRS. WHITE SOCIAL AND PERSONAL! said SOCIAL AND PERSONAL to be; Mrs. -I. J. -Johnston's military ____things.! euchre on Saeurday night was a It's just as easy to start these pre-' sreat success and thoroughly enjoyed. mrly.'tlus article contends. The tables looked quite festive with and it's much kinder to everybodv their gay Hags, which were so much. lacked the old timer as she concornrri. We're all willing to agree, coveted, as the games went on and; U.e thc workcd hara tor lhc honor docs not exist who did not vow last'. of her own table. The hostess wore a gractfui gown of soft green, and of 'these days and then things will done, extra guests to be provided for. get normal again, and we'll soon for- letters and greetings galore get this little cold snap." "Then we'll have the the quiet lady. "Well, it's hard to satisfy every- handed back her cup. Tf u-i'l ho cratifvina; to Those for- Christmas to start preparing tuito "ni 'their namo is voar." Yet year" turns' Mrs. Mackenzie, tbc-guest oi hono into "this and we are in the .ore a very becoming blue hnger, dini from to know that al- same old rnsh. If only we ourselves gown. Six tables of laaics plajea ding .irom _ palms wmt xo the quar. for cl Mrs. S. Jackson, eight inches to be Sugestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. D. Linscott for the Intentional Newspaper Bible Study Club Lesson for November 28th, 1909 Paul on Sell Denial. (World's Tem- perance Lesson. Rom. Golden It is good neither to eat fierh. nor to drink wine, nor any- thins whereby thy brother stumbleth. Verses Is the Bible a book of rule? :n any sense, or is it a principles is doing vastly more harm than aood, what sort of a person are you? To what extent shoiitd I deny my- self any pleasure in tiie gratification of which "hurts my neighbor? No sensible parent, will allow any- thin? in his family, however good it iv be ;n itself3 i pro es to be injurious his children, should he or not, apply the same principle to his neighbors5 May "Deep great "joy' and'rich "liberality" be in the same life, and is such a combination nat- ural or supernatural? There was great poverty and suf- fering among the Christians of Jeru- salem, and the liberality of the poor churches at. Macedonia to relieve their need is what Paul here to: contrast the evil at Jerusalem, with the resultant good grace of giv- ing developed at Macedonia, and say Principles never change, but may a, yerse our chief thought -s the greater; that is did good rnlf umier one condition become j given the needs of the body orjresull as much g0od. or i a bad ;vne under another? Give ex- i amples a controversy in "he huix-li at Komo be.tween the Gen- und the Jewish believers abou: :s and days: but in tiie eyes Oi the evil clone by the cause? God i Tiuis lt would appear, was appoini- the soul? What does the Kingdom pre-eminently stand for? _ ied to present to the Corinthians What, in'the last analysis, is the t-ne Jerusulem-Chrislinns, rc-al wealth of the individual, the tajce up a collection, and to devrh ready pastry coots ar.d confectioners suffered, it The--' arn also Our lack of thought, however, is vis-'true consi.s.inc Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8125 baj measuring to'silk, sftin. linen, cloth, or any suit- class on other people. We hav, all Mrs. Kylands. Mrs. Kigby and Mrs. 'embroidered with duties' arc extremely arduous Mt the guilty flush on seeing the Anderson. jtnread lo match. The top is hemmed a, ic holiday season, the post office tired faco of some clerk whose holt- a .strings run outTinr-'tips Of course thev are not! dav found her -so tired that bed with the happi- seemed the most welcome spot for Friday and Saturday when Miss! ness of these individuals, but indi- -celebrating it. Not a few of us have Patteson entertained delightfully a o Iv thev are doins; them a good felt compunctions on going after pho- i tea, and showed some of her oun ,'-In their windows they display j tographs ordered at the last minute, i pictures A great many we cards stating the prices of various And how many of us have waited im- there who enjoyed the little exhibit cakes and puddings, and the exact; patiently at the stamp counter on a j very much. _____ to distant spots. You are'dav perilously near to the twenty-i _ Lid wU it will cost to send a cer-' fifth, waiting to get parcels weighed! The engagement is announced of God was it in any sonse a moral is- sue, as to which were right, those who observed eortun days and re- frained from kinds of iajnily, the community and the na- ood he enjoyed if the Holy Spirit is not recognized tion? Can the highest OT those v.'ho esteemed all days alike Price of Pattern. 10 cents. a.nd all kinds of meat fit for "Old one Christian in Rome hnvo to impute sin to another Ch'iSian, who believed and, thereiore :'Cted. differently in the matter of I others, what is the effects upon in then1, the grace of gfving: why there r.o work more npble. or duty more, imperative, than for and teachers to teach the "people duty and jov of giving? Verses 7. 8 Paul apparently i meats' and days, to vrhat the objector's} selves, and do we ge as n wnuld allow him to eat? more, out of the self denial I9M Wnu Back Stove Co.! BrutUrt. Do you realize what a Happy Thought Range means to the housewife? Housekeeping is made a worries arc banished the, Happy Thought insures perfect easfly operated the special dampers absolutely controlling the fire. Our interesting booklet is futi of facts about this post card will .bring it. Hayr Bros., Local Representatives Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8119 Eyelet design .for a picture franv SxlO inches when complete, to be transferred to linen and embroidered with silk or cotton floss. The em- broidered linen is mounted over a cardboard mount and framed under glass with a wood frame or passe- partout binding. Price of pattern. 10 cents. Does this commandment not to judge, forbid us forming an opinion concerning any doubtful action of our brother; and if not what does it for- bid? Today one party in the cmrrcn thinks, that renting pews is wrong, another that any kind of games in the church parlors are wrong, while others think quite the opposite on these matters, now has either party any right to "judge" the other party to "be cuilty of moral What should be both the constrain- ing and the restraining influence with in all matters of conduct? (v.12. Verse God morally esti- mate "actions in themselves or the motives which prompt the actions? Give an. example of how it is pos- sible that one man may do a thing and please God, while another may do the same tiling and commit sin. How many outward actions can you think of that are always wrong un- der all circumstances? Verses 15, your neighbor is very ill and your singing and piano playing hurts him, and yovrrefuse to deny yourself the, pleasure ot singing and" p'laying. kind of A person If you and drink your glass of wine, when you know irine drink its source.-' do we need to bs, in order to be pleasing to God surnes that a person may abound "in and to good men? faith and utterance, and knowledt-- Verse we deny ourselves j and in love." and no? things we enjoy, for the sake in the grace of'-giving: but is :ts ouMhe right, for how can such a tiiirp as much, or be possible? Paul states that he did not urge grace of giving by "commandment is it therefore and less the duty, anc privilege of every Christian, rich am. poor, to abound in this grace? Verse. should be the su- preme motive, and what is the great- est inducement to give liberally? Did the giving of Jesus of and all he had for us, imply perman ent poverty for him. or was it surest way to all that great is supposed to stand for? as we would out of self gratication? (This question must be answered in writ- ing by members of the club.) December 5th, 1909 Paul on the Grace of Giving. II. Cor. Golden the .words of the Lord Jesus, how He said, it is more blessed to give than to receive. Acts Are these words in the Golden" Text quoted from Jesus, hyperbolical, that is, a rhetorical over-statement, or is it literally true, that it is more blessed to give than to receive, and if so, why? (This question must be answ- ered in writing by members of the club.) Verses It according to ani- mal nature, or to average human na- ture, to give to others outside of kith and kin? Is giving liberally, intelligently and systematically, to religion and char- ity, always a that is, an in- clination Divinely imparted? What is the relation between giv- ing and loving? If we are Sn need or "affliction" ourselves, will the grace of giving still operate in us, our hearts are right? Vvuy does giving of all kinds result in getting more of that which we give, than would be possible if wr kept it? (Think of money, love, 'know- ledge, experience, etc.) j Verses 10, is the ence in promising a subscription religion or benevolence and not pay ing it, and not paying your grocer <-r baker? Verses is the propor- tion of our income which the demands of us, as a minimum? What are some of the many advan- tages of the tithing system? Verse reason is there w believe that if we give to God's cause that we ourselves ehajj never lack? Lesson for Sunday, Dec. 12th, Paul's Laat Words. II Tim. ;