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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHIOOE UAILV HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, H Don't put off getting your Photos_ for Christmas until the rush is on JORGENSON BROS. have just received a comprehen- sive display of the Latest Novelties in Mounts The superiority of their work is acknowledged STUDIO Beside Baptist Church Kedpath Street Writers In Hard Luck It ain't tuy tuonoy All' 1 do is to feint tbat youi out right away, ivanoff can't They've got'a ring around this place." "You could get away, too, my The pitiful ease of Stephen Phillips j the English poet and playwright, who almost entirely without means I existence, is reviving the discussion as to Uie conditions under which so I many writers in Euglaiui fail to j make a bare living, although, their output is of high literary morit. A i small number ..of English authors arc making a 'great deal of money, and i others have earned a competence. j For instance, the late Rosa N. Ca- jrey, the novelist, is shown by the re- i cent probate of her will to have left a tidy estate of 'But Eng- lish writers as a class do not seem to receive the financial reward to which they are entitled. In this con- nection it is interesting to note some facts and figures gathered by a very reliable London correspondent of a New York newspaper: "Mr. Phillips has had many plays produced in England and America, yet he is now in actual poverty, which he attributes to the failure of his last two' plays, 'The Lost Heir' j "Appanez.le monsieur he com- and both of which were irmadpd-and pointed, to tbe other door sf--ii.-d in London, The very recent of tbe cbainber.; ,Tbe; man opened it at once and beckoned to JLvanoff- "Ivanoff. ;sbme unexpected difficul- ties'have: arisen." said the German. "Tbe police have discovered your pres- ence here. ,fyj'd; persons who wish evil to iuyv friend have threatened to make trouble. :He can do nothing further to save you unless be betrays a sacred trust" _ p "It's the truth, ola man." said Dan- iel feelingly. "1 Icao't do it" Booth Tarkington and Harry L. Wilson ideals of tradf aud "Wait a minute'. Mrs. Creech." said Daniel quickly, tugging at his coac pocket "I've got a letter rijrlit here that tells me your brother-in-law was said German, watching j in i respect him for bad riot thought of only a few years ago." demanded "No. sir, and.I'm not going to think of it. But "As for, meivl shall said Von Grollerbageri, standing up. "Well, that's part of the load off my niiud. 1 haven't bad the nerve to tek' tbat poor fellow in there, chough.'1 Von 'Grollerhagen motioned to Ri- fciere. v "A letter from toe lady angrily, rising. "Jim Cobley, our vice consul at Lon- ion. He gays Mr. "Mr. ejaculated Lady Creech if. MOORS MADE ATTACK TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Carbon box, 100 sheets, from It Copying Heam, from" tl all machines. t Agents for the t REMINGTON MACHINES r. ?65 to Call and get terms E r WESTERN STATIONERY CO. ON THE SPANISH ;-dvUth of John Davidson because he was tired of struggling to make a living from his poetry; the_death of j Francis Thompson, also without means; the case of Matthew Arnold, j who after all his years oi successful work left but and that of Charles Godfrey Leland, author of 'Hans Breitmann's whose estate was valued at.about are instances cited. Florence Mar- ryat, Mary Kingstey and Lewis Car- his hand-, oh. the table. left such small sums as Up. and Publishers ..in' many cases left very large fortunes, I the chief among them being G.'Smith i of G. Smith, Elder i SOO; Thomas Nelson of Sons, George William Fet- "Well, i can can a person cap orcoe colonel, but I don't Just know how to use the words you have over here for those things. I don't mean any dte- respect Just, let me run on in my own way. Jim says, your -brother-in-law was in business in stopped an idea had occurred to business-in he re- peated dazedly. "Why didn't I think of "Since some of your officials have been Lady Creech began. but he interrupted. t "Never mind. He was in business in MOVING PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Pictures 1 David Garrick 2 Criminal Hypnotist 2 Those Boys Continuous Performance Miss Clara Burton The Clever Comedienne or The Jollv Old Maid: Tony Johnson's Four and a Half Wonderful Per- forming Dogs. 4- 'TEMPERANCE NOTES Supplied by the W. C. T. U. Thirty-six drinking bars bfeen closed in Johannesburg, South Af- rica, by a decision of the Supreme Court considering that the city was over-licensed. The United States Steel Corpora- tion has posted notices in all its plants forbidding the custom of go- ing out to get drinks on the part of the workman o sound scientific argument can be offered for the medical use of al- cohol, either internally or externallv. For a moment toe Kussian refugee staggered and. supported himself with Then he looked ter ,oi Cassel, Petter Galpin, Alexander Mamillan of Ma- torjmillan Co., Adam Black he of A. C. Black, George "Queezed Pike's Melilla, Morocco, Oe: cover of darkness and during rential downpour the Moors fiercely! attacked the Spanish positions at Lock of Ward> Lock Co., o'clock, this morning. The fighting! There 1S something radically wrong continued until daylight, when the somewhere when publishers estates of such proportions and "1 thank .you for what you bave tried to do." VOQ Grollerhagen went on: "Iij'-thp meantime my .friend believes Naples a safe; place, for me. And so auf wiedersebent" '_ Pike extended his hand, which the .doc, and God bless Von Grollerhajren screamed. "He was stopped a moment and looked at her. enemy retired. Yesterday a force of Eiffs attacked and scattered a. detach- ment oi Spaniards, but subsequently were routed and" pursued by a col- when even middlemen in the 'book trade are prosperous, and yet many of the men and women of talent; and T umn under the command of the genius, .who write. the book's of It will pay you to trade with us. Pfoneer Lumber Co- 242-26 ault Don Carlos. The Spanish forces left 12 killed, including one officer. The Moors lost heavily-. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. ;he nation are terribly, sometimes unbearably, poor., Madrid, Oct. was made today of Duke of Cbvar as governor "of "Madrid and Serior 242-26 Aguilers as mayor. Suggestive Questions on the School fBy Rev. D. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club "To our. next ae said Jioa 3.. momenL'.whs cone xvl" l-'KE'S A KUSSIAS HE instant he had disappeiivd Ivaiioff-.crossed .rapidly to tbe smaU table near the bedroom andL picked up a cigarette from a lay-there with a bottle. so. he said, and in Pike's look of fequlry went on.. man. your friend, who calls, himself not a a only is a .Russian "noble. L.see It in a hundred ways that.you cannot'', "He helped us this said Daniel, but iVanoff did hot Jseem to him. tfl hare Inevitable that I ahould jjOj back to Siberia erer since I feegiii DanieX bat other la no for me, Tliert baa never I met Helene, my who sent me to the mines, she and my dear 1909. Paul; a Prisoner "before Festus and 25: Chap, 26.: Golden know whom I have believed.' and am persuaded that he is "to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day. 2 Tim. Verse was this Festus re- ferred to in this yerse? .From the preceding five verses what had the Jews reauested Festus to do? Verse what principle can you explain the bitter hatred which the Jews had for Paul? Win >a religious bigot, who is foil of hatred as these Jews were, stop short of swearing to a lie to accom- plish his purpose? Should any Christian-believe or cir- cttlate a charge against any. person Hhat he has 'not -got ample proof' of? Verse a. matter cf fact .had Paul, in any sense, broken any Jew- "Sh.JteT'r? Wliich. at were really in the; most unenviable situation, Paul or his accusers and why? Verses a judge or -a magistrate favors the prosecution, and makes harsh remarks against the prisoner during- tfhe taking of the evidence, thus prejudicing the ;ury, is such a man fit for judicial posi- tion? When a Christian is accused of wrong doing, and is innocent, should lie 'upon his innocence or be jBfient and silent, and wait for the facts to.speak? Verses it possible we. are .becahned on the voyage life, and -making but little "headway; is it a hindrance or to the soul poised on God? Verses is the advice of a man of God, other things being equal, more to be trusted than that of any other man? Did Paul- give the advice for them not to winter at the "fair from his human judg- ment or feom God's direction? "How you ever heard of the name fflemooodr' he Basked guicitly. "He did not have contracts with the goremment for? hydraulic machinery, he asked tensely- The old woman tossed. her; bead. if, he did, he protected the his- toric she replied proudly. Daniel ferrent- Jy. heard the name of he i asked 'quickly. your mind asked Lady Creech; 'jGlenwood Priory Is the name of the, prbperty Hawcastle inher- ited rrom his mother. Can ybu state ife connection with the almost f. staggered with thi the knowledge that came tc him. He looked :up. how be protected be some sinners get a call.from God ful- ly "as marked as" Paul's and yet re- fuse, to comply and go on in their sins? VVhat difference. is there between a man. before and, after he turns to God? (This question must be answer- ed in" writing by members of the club.) i Verses i. did Festus in- terrupt Paul and; say he was mad? Why did not Festus. .and Agrippa both turn to God, seeing that they were clearly convinced of the truth of Christianity and their need of sal- vation? Why. are not all. persons: Christians who have heard the voice oi God call- ing" them to repentance? Lesson for Sunday, October 31st; 1909. Paul a Voyage. sid. "He took I wood. Acts Oct. 31. 1909. Paul a Voyage. Acts 27: 1-26. Golden thy way unto the Lord; trust also in Him; and He shall bring pass. Ps. Verses writer of this nar- rative appears to be a companion of Paul on this was he? Who were the others that sailed Paul? What results are likely to follow, when a man of God is compelled to be in the company of criminals? Who was this man Julius, and what probably induced him to treat the prisoner Paul with sudh leniencv? _ no doubt wise in tefus- Is there any position in life" how- inW I C i mf.f ever undesirable, in which God does not give His children special com- .Jerusalem but was he' wise in not insisting that hisirtrial be finished at Caesarea, and in -his appeal to Caesar? If you were a minister to be tried [you give for which tribunal would' Julius you rather Delect, a prejudiced Con-' ference, or Synod, or General Assem- Wy, or Convention, or a committee of'secular High Court Judges? Chap. 26: was this Agrippa and what had brought him to Caesarea? If a man's cause is just, will a knowledge of all the facts always him? What, are the leading points of Paul's defence beforV King Agrippa? should it be thought a thing incredible with you God should raise the v-S. Was Paul any better when he per- secuted and caused Christians to be pnt to death, than the Jews were Ihe'n in -wanting to put him to death? .How do you estimate Paul's char- acter before his conversion? 12-lS.--What points of re- are there betwen Paul's cotiverslon and that of a sinner's did Paul so frequently des- cribe his What was -God's object, as here iescribed in Paul's conversion, and what is -object in every con- fort, even when in prison, and can examples of this? Paul.his freedom gave to visit his friends when the ship touch- ed at Sidon would it have been hon- orable of Paul -to- have made his es- cape and not to have returned to the ship, seeing he was an innocent man on paro-le? Can you tell, or point out on the map .whetie Sidon. Cyprus, Pamp- hyliia, Myra and the other places here mentioned are situated? Whf-n the winds are against us, or mysterious way his wonders to perform! lidy dreech, tfll your he- can hare his answer ;herer-in ten niinutes." v she swept from the room in dig- nified amazements Pike sank :into a cnair -for5 at moment ahifl "fairly "glowed with eagerness, CHAPTER For a moment thought- then hi looked up qnicldy. V, "What was bis fieBasked., shall never forget the .Russian -replied. "He had con-. ,tracts, with., the .ministry ,.of; finance. He machinery .ito the The name Glenwood means nothing to .you, and there are. a million Heleries in France. 1 prayed God to.let me meet-ttiem before i was taken, He paused as a knock came upon the dojorr la the carabl- be said hoarsely and shrank .back.. "Not answertsd Pike quietly. "Go back to your room. Iffe won't throw our hands into tbe discard -until we're called, and 1 guess we'll keep on j "could see his way clear now to the rsJsing." He waited a moment until j thorough accomplishment of his mls- Ivahoft had retired and then opened j sion, and he mentally thanked hearen of life as well, .as in ordinary affairs, the dcwr. Mlriano without bow- i mto nisT'bands such a weapon as the Itussian fugitrre, "Glenwood, eh? And he protected the historic name of St. Anbyn, that aoble earl; on surface while he dragged it in the mire of an- Why may, or may not, a true Christian always depend that the judgments he forms in the great crisis are. really inspired of; God "and can therefore bee depended upon? .Tonn 14-26. et s_eq.) Verses T HE moment ,Ladyv Creech had "vgone br'biflij' the first time since he had -set to be.retired., from the materia med- ica, and placed in the catalogue of obsolete drugs along with, tobacco, lobelia, and like useless hut highly j toxic' drug J. H. Kellogg, Superintendent Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle, Creek, Michigan. "1 writes Sir George White, in the Sunday at Home for May, "that "the temperance cause .is a fundamental and; is atj the root of social and political reform in -this country. Mr. Gladstone's terrible words, that the evils of drini: were greater than 'those of war, pestilence, famine combined, I believe to be Iterally true.; Nothing has .such a serious influence ,'o'n the trade of a country ox all kinds'of useful manu- factures, and the" security .of a fair for the great mass of our arti- sans would'he accomplished, more eas- ily, and -effectually by.a j our .drink; .than by. any other means, costs more than our the total ..all -the houses-, j-J shops, and hotels in the .country-. It restrains our demand for commod- ities because" of its small wages lund more than'-if whole colonial tradeUand; our colon- to purchase in': pur, mar- kets7 ior the' 'purcliasmg power of the'-nation by and .gives., in return. But of the, question "is its 'side. It marriages than, all other causes .put keeps, more.people .from the house.of God than :any ,It is the our civilisation, and not the progress of every good- thing; ;hut ag- gravates the 'effects of every evil _-.: Mr. Gladstone spoke, wisely when he said: "Giv-e me a sober population not- their earnings in strong drink, and I shall know where.' to obtain the revenue." When it is .remembered, a's it is re- membered, that the most'valued pos- session of. a nation is its is it not fair to conclude that -we now "bv FRUIT CAKE SULTANA OAKE MADEIRA CAKE We're Specialists on Cake City Bakery ROBT. SCOTT Phoae.UiBi JProp "MBadi aak you would speak with her a few be with we are faced ,a great, problem as ,to the way j to take, or thing to, do, :th-te always in the. mind of God the thing we ought to do. and is there possi- bility for us to find out with certaYn- ty what it is? (This question most be answered in writing by members of the club.) is it -that God leads sometimes us contrary to what "Where li asked Pike. "Here. replied tbe man. HTell her to come right in. Ail, come In, he went on as Lady Creech appeared In the doorway. When lie had closed the door behind her she Mlfl "My brother-in-law that .some one; well acquainted with Jfiss and her inner nature should put the case finally to you before we proceed to other man's dlsgrace.and humiliation invpriyate. Mto was ftohle earll He bJinself high, the cumstances would suggest? When we are ifresistably driven by a and appear into disaster and death, Vs-ill consciousness that God is with us, quicken or deaden our activitic-s to save ourselves? V Verses 21-26-Is there ever any use in "crying over spilt What reason is there to believe from tins narrative, that when we fail to nse, and it is too late to adopt God "cat plan. He provide a good adopt? will still graciously one which we mav did these people miss, and what did they suffer, for having fail- ed to use God's best plan for their safety? Lesson for Sunday, Nov. 9, 1909. Paul a The shipwreck. Acts to xxviiirlO, Our Constant Book." One Hundred in Six J YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVIW TO MEET .J The Lethbridge Blrilders The first. Adult Bible C3ass organised 111 IN WESLEY CH U RCH LJECTMIIE flOOM AT 3 P.M. ANY SUNDAY A Stranger only Once. My Ufi for-Another t "Tea, answered Daniel. brother-in-law made m of the state of affairs, and we all finite in sympathy aa to what shoifild be done to you, but In the kind- of oar hearts we condone your yon to oar ble demands." Daniel looked at his watch. "In twenty be aske4, t "In twenty sbe repHe4 frigidly. iV -You say he told all of yoo. Did tell Miss Etbeir Daniel asked. "It has not been thought proper. r Young girls be shielded fronj disagreeable." she answer- ed pompously, and Daniel grinned. .said. "That was the Idea' that got Into this trouble. You see, 1 know your Interest ID her. Fve bandied all ner "If you don't mind fre'll omit all tradesmanlike'.. remarked the old lady acidly. "It has been sug- j gested that you make this opposition because you have a sentimental inter- r est in the younjr lady yourself. We no other grounds." "Mel" echoed Daniel In surprise; "You cau't 'comprenend.' But you can comprehend 1 could have no hope, .can't j "One never knows." replied Lady 1 Creech loftily. "We nad thought to j offer her ait alliance with a family 'for "Yes, ma'aua, t and interjected Pike, but she paid no neVer been sullied by the' tow dignity and importance from that eoa- sdeace that-must be uneasy within hlS breast" And the woman, too, "Helene." Iran- off had called tier. So they had stuck together all those ten years, with Lady Creech as a most complaisant and discreet that couldn't bit, .for, _ whaterer else ;Lady Creech iaight be, worldly wise and biugnty, stw was at least an English gentlewo- man at bean, and she would hare starred, rather than connive at a Ktii- dal No, Daniel reflected, he would havt to leave Lady Creech out of the mess, though see was a bitter old dame. But Hawcastle feel the toocb of the iron. It sbpuld burn ,him deep- lK and the scar would remain. And the fair countess, who was an- giing for that addle pated Horace and his shcre of the estatel Tbat womio, who bad deliberately. Mnt man to what was than death, should he have any pity for her? Not for single Instant He leaped up and hastily crossed the room to tbe writing desk, scribbled a note asd, Jbefore he pnt It In en- velope, rang the belt As he sealed tbe note Mariano tap- ped discreetly at the door, and Pike "Come ihT "Look here. Mariano, 1 want you to "take this note to Miss he said quickly. Mws asked tbe man deferentially x "Yes. Do you know where she "She walk upon the terrace atone, replied Mariano. "Then give it'to her no one do it he went on emphatically, pushing the servant out of the door inlils haste; When be had closed. It he Vent to the door of the suit, threw it open and called: (To Continued) J Aiiytfaihg and the Bestthe Marketaferds at all houfss Sam i w' does not-reside opens: a, wineshop, that female shall be hurried. 4.( If a. wine merchant for sweet (gives) 60 thirst at harvest. time, Ka of grain she shall take. Today the majority of tied hotels are kept by women, and it is singu- lar that in. the above code it is tak- en for granted wine merch- ant is a female. The lady wine-sell ers were 'even expected to do the _, jWorlc, which the liquor trade now, del A selling the egates to the poiice_that-is, right to rob, debauch and murder i ing up the riotous cust0mers.-The Patriot, Australia-. The decline in the sale of cigarettes in Canada, owing to which makes the supply na- other words to .ravage the tion's most priceless possession. Well said Horace Greeley: "That li- quor should be sold vis bad .enough, but that for the sake of a paltry re- venue the state should become a partner of the liquor is a bargain worse thaii Eve or Prohibftfon-. The oldest, licensing ,legislation the -world .was promulgated Khammurabi, King of Babylon, about the year B.C. 2250. Clauses 106-109 of- the'code which that great legislator enacted were as follows: ...1. If a wine merchant (female) for the price of a-: drink does no'ii take corn, but takes silver by "the great stone and the .tariff of ,drink (makes smaller .than of'corn) that wine merchant shall be called to-ac- count, and they shall throw >her into the water, 2. If a wine merchant permits riot- ous persons to assemble in her house, and those riotous persons do not seize and take them .to the Palace (Guard ;that wine merchant shall be put to death. 3. If a devotee -or. the wife of a god, who in the-, -temple precinct legislation of those to; boys illegal is not to be deplored. Lads ought to -be de- :M such luxuries ua-til they have reached years of discretion. It .is interesting to observe that a vig- orous 'campaign is now being carried -on in the United States. In Minne- sota it is a misdemeanor to sell or give awav cigarettes. On some of the railways the cigarette must not be smoked during business hours. It. has been recommended that no cig- arettes be bought for the navy. There is room for reform -in that country for fifteen billion cigarettes are consumed there an-d Empire. St. Perre, Les Becquets, Que-, Oct. Henry Malhiot, prominent in Quebec politics, a quarter century ago, died -to-day, aged 78. He was a judge of the Superior Court from '88 i- IQrr UU 01 It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co- 242-26 not a S ft In n fall or Tut> of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Every One is a Solid, Hardened, Luting Mass. wlthoMt a Hoot or vMany Exclusive Features art Yours. PoslUvdy PcrsHt toting Eddy's. All Good can supply sift tllrf ;