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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETHBRIOOt DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, if veil SOHPY OF KRAVONIA By Anthony Hope Author Of The Prisoner Of Zenda" to tom-h her Sophy's 'umd luid flown to fell to be fought again, for when her little iwohvr and Held it now. j Peter vassip was darting forward, Mistitch crushed wrist. Tho re- volver I'ell to the ground. Sophy gave one cry of Mistitcb dropped her wrist and reached his arm about her waist He was pulling her from her horse, while again he cried out: "In the king's name! On JD band, with a spring like a mountain goat's, his master's voice called. "Mine. Peter; It was the old cry when they shot wild boar in the woods about Dobrava. and it brought Peter Yassip to a stand. Mar It Trt-as a high from the top of von Hollbrandt too. lowered his point- juuip tiuui luv.- vj-tf j CQ revolver, who should stand the causeway, but wo men took it side hia quarry and tne k-ing( tween Sophy's lover and the man who had so outraged her? Big Mistitch by Max von revolver i In hand. Peter Vassip. with knife un- jsheathed. 1 As they leaped, another shout rang ;out, "Long live King i The prince rode his fastest but faster I still rode Zerkovitch. He outpaced the iprince and rode right in among Mis- jtitch's men. crying loudly again and I again unceasingly: "The king is dead! .-The king is dead! The king is deadF' I Then came the prince. He 'rode full His men followed him and dashed, with a shock, against the was the king's game and the only that day. Mistitch's chance was gone, and must have known it Where was sergeant who had undertaken to covwf him? He had turned taiL Where was the enveloping rush of his men, which should have engulfed and paralyzed the enemy? Paralysis was on his men themselves. They believed Zerkovitch and lacked appetite for the killing of a king. Where was his triumphant re- troopers of Mistitch's escort As they j turn to Slnvna. his laurels, his rewards, lose them. In this case it applies to {Dust is hard enough on one's shoes rode they cried, "Long live King Ser- They had unhorsed a dozen men and. wounded four or five before they realized that they met with no re- sistance. Mistitch's mejb were para- lyzed The king was dead. They were to fight against the king! The magic of the name worked. They dropped the points of their swords. The Volseni- ians, hesitating to strike men wao did defend themselves, puzzled, and in i doubt, turned to their king fo? his orders. -I As the prince came up Mistitch jed Son By from him. She fell from her fhorse, but fell on the soft grassy road- iside and sprang up unhurt save for a i cruel pain in her crushed wrist. She turned her eyes whither-till eyes were Iturned now. The general battle was stayed, but not the single combat For moment none moved save the two who were oow TO engage. The fight of the Street of the Foua- his wonderful swagger-ings at the Golden Lion? They were all gone. S FROM A WESTERN WINDOW i ter care than is usual. With (lowers. in: as with everything else, it pays to THERE WAS A GARDEN There was a garden planned Spring's young days, take pains. The results in this case j oy WILD STRAWBERRY." Then Summer held it in her -bount-j were ample.reward for the lubor. j gome'of theso even labelled "Ex- DO NOT BE HUMBUGGED, MORE THAN EVER Dishonorable and disreputable ceuticil concern! flooding tho market with cheap and worthless preparation! designed to of "Da. Fow- eous hand e ail grow sweet peas usually buy- And many wandered thro' its bloom-j ing tho seed .from the grocer and get- ing ways i tinS tho same ruiige of pale pinks and j But ne'er the one for whom the .dark purples as.our neighbor has on work was planned. And it was vainly the other the fence. We tire sometimes of the monotony in color, For what are many, if we the and wonder vaguely why the (lowers one I get so small and deformed. J3ut we don''l always rbaiize that it's largely tract of Wild Wild Straw- '.etc., in the hope that deceived and led to pttr- chase them, thinking they are getting the genuine FOWLER'S." PRESBYTERIANS OF FERNIE Rebuilding-Cornerstone Laid By Mrs. HJ. Johnson senior partner, and strange :i the first meeting the after the grelat' last year was nefd, at the home of Mrs. Johnson. The new church IB Cueing built of brick and stone and will be forty by eighty feet, with a large Sunday School room in the basement, the cost, completed will be and the new structure will be an, orna- rnent to the city. (Special- to the Herald) Forme, Sept. was an- j other record marker for Fernie, it Aro you willing to risk your the occasion'of the laying of perhaps your life, to thess no no ll.........- reputation, likely dangerovw, called Strawberry Extracts T Thero was a song that lived withindue to poor seed. Had -tins Horueui- S ...._.. the heart Long then on Music's wing it strayed. All sing it now, all praise its artless art But ne'er the one for whom the song was made. And it was vainly For what are many if we lack one M. Thomas jtiiral'.Society lived, one of its pleas- ant 'duties might have been to issue bulletins telling of the best seed to procure and where to bet it. It makes difference enough to ray for the trouble involved. I It's rather hard to know just'where walk these davs. The straight siity DR. :TBACT os1 WILD in thousands of families for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Crarapa, Summer Com- plaint, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum and all Bowel not dUhoftMt humbuff you cvptinf of chomp iubsti- tutoo, to tho doterimontof your and gain to pocket. Ask for DK. FOWLER'S and imflist on and narrow path is difficult to -.find, j getting what you ask for. Manufactured the corner stone of -.the. new, Knox church, which is being erected upon 'the site of the old one which was the pioneer church building in the town. A large crowd turned out at 6.30 p.m. to'Witness the ceremony, which was conducted by Eev. H. R. Grant, the pastor of Knox Church for the past five years. Dr.White, superintendent of Meth- odist-Missions for British Columbia, and 'Rev. W. L. Hall, of the Fernie Methodist Church were present- and It is a trite observation that we On several streets the "granulated" pavement as the old lady said, is in course of construction, ;yid the side- never appreciate our blessinbs till, we i walk path is filled in wilh stones. the ice-man. In most households at but stones are a degree worse. So present he is the most universally though he killed the king, there were missed man of the community. Hap- two dozen men vowed to have his life, jpy are the proud possessors of cel- lars these days. Even holes in the ground, hitherto undignified by any other name, now gain if they are able to keep the milk and butter cool. In many homes there is not even a. pretense of a cellar, so all sorts of expedients to be resort- They must have it, but at what price? His savage valor set the figure high. It was the old fight again, but not in the old manner. There was no delicate sword play, no fluctuating fortunes in the fray. It was and short The king had not drawn his sword; Mistitch did not seek to draw his. Two shots rang out was all. The king reeled in his saddle, but main- tained his seat Big Mistitch threw his hands above his head, with a loud cry, and fell, with a mighty crash, on road, shot through the head. Peter Vassip ran to the king and helped him to dismount while Max von Hollbrandt held his horse. Sophy hurried to when they laid him .by the roadside. (To Be Continued.) oniy by Tho T. Miibura Co., Limited, Ont, 35 one can't walk there. The boulevard is of course impossible when the "No trespassing" sign stares one in the face, and one remembers moreover, that thirty men have been fined three dollars each for the brief pleasure of walk-ing on the forbidden ground. -The King's Highway is broad enough, but dusty and much given to motors. so it's hardly the thing for pedes- j present, were -Mr. ancl Mrs. Donald, of .Pilot .Mound. Man., uncle and. aunt'of the groom Mr. Mrs Jamieson, of Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose with Miss Ambrose, and Mrs. H. ,J. Smith, Rev. and Mrs. James, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Kemmis.' The happy couple for the east on the 8.30 train accompanied by the cus- k part in the programme. The honor of laying the was very appropriately conferred-' upon Mrs. H. J. Johnson, wife of the post master Johnson, and the first riiar- rie'.df womait to make her home in Fernie, having landed here on the first rf August, 1S98, ten years, to a day, before the fire of last August, which' rendered necessary, build- ing of. this new home for the Pres- byterians of Fernie. The first meeting under the aus- tomary showers of rice aad hearty pices of the Presbyterian church ever ed to. A good plan is to put your trians. The only thing to suit the butter and cream in jars and let the cold water from the tap olrip oil them If everybody should let the water run would there be danger of a water fa- mine If so, overlook the sugges- tion. Grown people can -dispense with milk and cream, but it's rather hard for children to do so. Babies especially suffer for the lack of ice in hot weather, and one feels sorry for I them. j It's a serious present case would be a flying-ma- chine. In .the meantime, avoiding both, the stories and dust, we'll have to steer a wary middle course over the extreme edge of the boulevard, keeping- -a sharp ..lookout for the offic- er of the law and praying that the next time we pass this way the pave- ment will be laid. We agree with the contributor to Harper's Easy Chair in his famous remark disadvantage, and i congratulations. Very .many pres- jents from far and near demonstrated the .'popularity of both bride and groom among an extensive circle 01 friends and .acquaintances. Mrs. Currie entertained a party of friends at their residence on Ford street last Monday .evening! it being the ir.rteteeriiii anniversary" of .'theic wedding. After an enjoyable time at cards the party sat down to supper.. The table presented a beautiful ap- pearancel being tastefully decorated with- flowers. Those present included Mrs. held in the was held in the store of -the-Crow's- Nest Trading .Co. of which post master Johnson was BURGLARS DISTURBED AT FERNIE STORE Fernie, Sept. burglary -was frustrated yesterday morning at 2 a. in. by night patrolman Gorman: :As he was making his regular rounds he disturbed the operations of a burg- lar who was attempting to force _the rear door "of A. C. Liphardt's jewelry, store. The man made a hasty Jre- treat up the-alley and when Con- stable Gorman started in pursuit the fleeing thief fired a shot at him which went wide of the mark but before Gorman could return rthe man had dodged round a corner and disappeared from view. WILL BREED HORSES C FOR ARMY REMOUNTS Irvine Alta., Sept. a thoroughbred stallion, "Our Boy" was unloaded .here for George Arm- strong, of to improve the breed of horses in this district to cross with cold blooded mazes raise rempunts for the British Army. This stallion came from. Kentucky and was sent out here by the adian National Breeding Bureau of Montreal. The horse is not for sale and is donated to Mr. Armstrong for breeding purposes. The horse is not ,to be worked or raced but to have comfortable care. 7; one wishes that'the man -w living- .anywheres.'' ed the Fireless Cooker had also made an Ic-eless Cooler. when we have an ice factory of our own. well PERSONAL !he independent of all such, schemes. E- W- McMullen, manager of the JThe only trouble is that it's' rather j Merchants Bank, LHkbridge, spent a T -4-'c. Mr., and Mrs, White, Mr., and I think its .dangerous! r ,r ,r and MPS. Asqurth. Messrs Clarke. Fetterly, Cresswell and Scott. (Continued on Page 5.) to wait for January when we jfew days "the city this week en should so much like the ice now. Voute to his home in Belleville, Ont., where'he. will spend the next month. j If everyone could know thei delights Free Press. j of a vine-covered verandah I'm. sure] -Mrs. J-.-.O. entertained-, at the city would be full of them nextjtne Barracks on Tuesday, evening "in -h. Marry the furnish the lumber and millwork for the home. Pioneer Lumber Co. Watch us grow. 225-3 PERFECTION CftftPLE LEAF LABEL) If cocoa is your.favorite by al! means enjoy it at its best- as made with Cowan's Perfection Gocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE CO WAN .CO. Limited, TORONTO. 135 warm weather in August and Sep- and so it's at this season Mrs. li. Anderson's sister. Five tables were set out for bridge, .and that one appreciates such, a spot, ithe' lucky prize-winners were Miss Where Christie's Biscuits The cleanest factory ia Canada rPHE Christie, Brown biscuit factory is. in keeping with the international reputation of the firm. Visitors know just why Christie's biscuits are the best hundreds visit the big factory every season. The Christie, Brown people stake their reputation on cleanliness and quality. The raw product is the purest and best money can buy, and-- every ounce of it is carefully analyzed before it can enter the bake rooms. Every device and for the perfection of the used in the big factory. The bright and cheerful employes, all arrayed in spotlessly wkite "uni- forms iaundried on the premises, speak volumes for the sanitary conditions under which they work. You just buy Christie's Biscuits once and you'll know why your neighbors call them "so good." The best grocers keep them and they cost no more. Christie, Brown Co.B Ltd., Toronto There are several wise people who hove Virginia creeper trellises, and the thick green leaves serve admir- ably to keep the sun at a respectful distance. One delightful track veran- dah of happy memory has wild cu- cumber vine trained over it in thick rows. The advantage of this vine is that like .Jonah's Gourd, it grows up in a surprisingly short time and re- Duncan -and Dr. McNally. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. "Ritchie, 'Mr. and Mrs. Wells, Mr. an- Agnew, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Miss Dr. and Mrs. Arnold, Mr. and Sirs. Street. Miss Vrooman, and Messrs. Harman, Rome and Se- atle. Miss Anderson left for Winnipeg on Wednesday morning. Suggestive Questions on the i 't Sunday School Lesson By Rev; Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper JBible Club quires very little care. Its greenish an'd Mrs. A. Richie are guests j for? flowers soon give way to the soft, watery cucumbers which children like to play with so well. If these seeds Lesson for September 12th, 1909 Close of Paul's Thir Missionary Golden will of the Lord be: done. Acts Verses was Paul bound are left alone they will dry and ripen j DufferiQ streec> which will --be one of and re-sow themselves for another Ptne handsomest residences in the city. So WJhich is. the more desirable, to have a son, or a daughter, noted for spirituality and soul saving, or for money making? this noted pro- phet Agabus (See Acts join at the Hotel, awaiting] 'Paul clearly 'received Divinejwith the rest of the saints in say- the completion of their new home on instructions to go to Jerusalem or was j ing, that the Holy Spirt told them, the corner of Westminster Road and j simply gratifying his own that Paul ought to go to Jerusalem? .Is there any way to consistently suppose that both parties to this lov- (See Acts 2i If a devoted an has a longing to year. So what more could a plant jdo to make itself obliging and use- j i fui Mrs- i w to a place, or to do a thing, is it entertained safe for him to conclude that the I mS controversy were, right? i Suppose Agabus and. the ally at afternoon tea on Thursday' longing is of God? j afternoon in honor of her guest, Miss i Because there is danger involved others This little porch seems to be just jstreet- ilrs- DeVeber was gowned in the right spot these warm afternoons black, and the honor looked j for the cup of afternoon tea. It tastes we11 k voile. Mrs. Xeale did much better out there than in the honors in the tea room, which house. In the mornings its easy to was dainty with sweet peas, and was slip out with one's'mending- or by Mrs. R. C. McClure and of vegetables which seem to 'take only Audrey Neale. half as long as usual behind the j "Kiverview" the residence of C. F. >7o tlouht you hove seen the display of high class ceries Parson's Grocery one block north of the If you Iniven't clone so as yet tell your thnt she can get her groceries here- o( prices that are the lowest in the Htv, and have tnem delivered pronipFly. Parson s jP- Conybeare K.C.--was again the scene of gay festivity on aionday difference. and there's no reason why i evening when the eldest daughter of we shouldn't give ourselves as much house niadc her-debut. Mrs. Cony- shade of the sun-flecked leaves. Pleasant surroundings -do make beauty as possible. It has a good, effect on one to sit ,in ;i vine-covered beare received in a handsome gown of Brussels applique over blue eoline porch, even tor half an hour a day. and :'i'iis Conybeare wore an Children are particularly receptive j wnpire dress of cream satin trim- mod with Honiton lace and carried a fan of ivory and real lace, the gift AVe- can't have trees all at once, but I brother. Her bonuet, a huge to such an influence and never arrow it. out- who thus expressed their good most of us may have a vine and 01 crimson roses, was soon aug- of our own. Speaking of the jmentcd by the floral offerings of her latter, it was Captain Cuttle wasn't "train up a: fig tree in the v, should go, and when you are old sit under the shade of It applies presided over the coffee in a'journey, or an con- nection with our religion, should -we allow our chivalry alone to be the incentive for us to undertake it? Is there any ground for the opin- were right in persuading Paul not to go ,to Jerusalem, but that Paul still thought he ought .to go, what would be Paul's duty in these cir- cumstances? ion that good men have sometimes! If a good marT'savs he 'has a naes- rush'ed unnecessarily into danger? i sagq from God for are we under Verse Christians have to tar- obligation to obey whether our ry in a town should they hunt upjjudgment may concur or n.ot? the followers of Jesus? If these disciples were Verses you recall in all told i history a greater example of forti- "throagh the Spirit" that Paul should tude and bravery than Ijere display- not go to Jerusalem why did he i ed by Paul? not heed them? i Lesson for Sunday, Sept- 19th, 1.909. If there is no record that Paul had Review. v a direct call from God to go up to; Lesson for September 5th, I90S Jerusalem; would that, taken in i Paul's Third Missionary Journey- connection with what these disciples Farewells. Acts m i ir said, indicate that Paul was doing! wrong in going? Golden can do all things through Christ which strengthened !me. Phil. !s there danSer that Sood men maV Verse What effect does Paul's b ;ous lmpulse, to do un. method of "exhortation" of the breth- wise things, which they could be have, when practiced in these I i t freshments were served from a table ed from in the dining room at-which Mrs. E. i get the m'nd (This j either in the flesh or spirit, constantly question must be answered in writ- lie in wait for the Christian? equally to the other half of thft um Mrs. J. Stanley Chivers ing by members of the club.) proverb; as the worthy captain jserved the ices. The six young gen- would readily admit could know itlemen of the pleasure given by humble-Ssrs' Have God-formed plans, for the '.future, sometimes cot to be changed assisted these ladies were Laurie, Harman, The coast is famed foi." its r -.r i .-i McLean and Newcombe. After !'nat m supper some of the guests danced, i for or essen his iiiuuenc flowcrs 'I while others, went up stairs to the tnft world? If it should prove that Paul was j to meet the the enemy? wrong in going to Jerusalem, which i Verses would look as if finally led "to his martyrdom, would'these leading evangelist of the new .V... iftc-nC, religion would be needed elsewhere lessen our reaped with Panl; say therefore, what txvo card rooms where they played bridge, Mrs. P. L. Naismith upon: sdvar.tage it to them, or Paul, or_ ithc cause, that they were with must be answered in writing by mem- bers of the club.) "Why is it that church -members will listen, unwearied, for two hours to a political speech, and get tired of even a good sermon if it lasts longer than thirty minutes? Can you blame this young man Eutychus for going to sleep under -a sermon several hours long? Verses a geographical ex- ercise look up on the map the plac- es mentioned in verses 13 to 16, and say where they are -situated? Verses 17-21 here opens his heart, and gives exper- ience- without any of the art of _the orator; would be more Christian, and more if modern pr-.-i i- ers would constantly" give their periencc in "thus r- nishins-- concret1.- examples of power of- the Verse it help us know ia detail, things that ar to happen to u? i-j the future? What is the of "go bound in the spirit of Must such i; convictions, as be heeded? ese ought-S of the he effect upon our or common, spiritual men a utlines of the fu- Paul had, ahviiy- If we disobey- soul, what will spiritual life? Verse -Jj for God to give glimpse the ture? Verse each Christion as distinct mission as Paul had? Which should wo rather racriiice, our life, or the accomplishments of our mission? Should our last farewells, to our- beloved Mends, be sad or glad Verses it- improper boast- ing for a faithful man to that he has done his whole duty Should every minister be bis to say as Paul in Verse 27? VOTSC is thp._ .proper "feed" for the church of" God? Verses view of the fact that "solves" are always on our track; what should be our attitude? What are our .present dangers from within the church? Verse is the only sure the 11 and particularly for its? roses. But i they do not grow better sweet peas there than some grown near this jthe prize.. During the even-j religious gatherings? I city which I saw the other day. They !mg exccIJenL niusic was provided by Sh'ould a company of that orchestra. children i What helP is itf to a- Poacher or'a j and ccrUin protection for the Chris- istion worker, to listen for some 1 T. 1 1 f T Vl-ii JLCl-lUil Vi. always be taken to church and to all; day, to a maii jike were in a big, wide bowl, so j every separate stalk had -room to ex- }pand its own dainty petals, and room for its thirsty stem to drink deep. And they were all in s-hndes of pink and rosy red, except a few Christinns.: uated? Where were Philippi and Troas sit- whoa bidding good bye to orv another 1 Vlrse verse seven m I- TM C'rcek bept- .1 1 r T i UJUilOC IL WdS me pi -JL nup-jmi the wharf, or at the rainvay Christions to "break bread" to- was tied last evcniny at the i li'.-n, fed a-s free to get down on their g'piher on the first da.y of each week? What can you say against or in offer? Big Inducements 3f You Bring Him the Cash Pincher tial knot residence, of Mr. John Herron, M.P., i knees and pray, as they are to stand of a popular ond highly esteemed j shako 'hands? in the persons of Miss j Why is it that Christians an- not ____ ,_____ youngest daughter of has willing to be seen talking to God, brinst out the warm coloring of the! I-scrron. and Mr. George .Jeffrey i nr praying, on the street, ns they are j others. Such exquisite shading, ioca! manager of the Union i io b- seen talking to their fellows? dicate that it was the practice of the creamy yellow ones which served to favor of the unmistakable demand ".hich exists for short sermons, in view of this incident? uanr Verses any 'man 'covet' riches, aad be well pleasing to God? What is, at once, the supreme duty and the greatest luxury of the Chris- tian life? Verses, lessons may we learn from this touching parting scene? Lesson ior Sunday, Sept. 12. 1909. Close o! Paul's Third Missionary ranging from the daintiest shell pink herc' The drawing room, in i Versos was Philip and which the ceremony took place, was j for what one thing is ho distinguish- beautifully decomted with flowers in this cospei "story? the ch the choicest description, and the wed- W. Parsons Westminster Road, one block north of school io n dark, velvety wine color And such luxuriant growth The stems were aJmost'as long as on roses cut for a bride's sheaf, and almost Is a Jery one to wit- stalk had three flowers of perfect in her bridal array. Rov. j !iml in d W0rks? Aitchison, m the Presbyterian torm, and very large size. They were such as to excite wonder and admir- ation anywhere, and would put the peas found in an ordinary garden to shame. You could tell at a glance that th'cy were .grown from superior [seed and that they had received bet- church here, performed the interest- Ing ceremony which nia'le the tracting parties one for life. A wod- ding supper was partaken of at tho close of the ceremony. Among the your daughter 4> 4f 4: 4? 4; 4 prom-1 4j reali7.od with absolute ancl i {A Our Constant "The Book. YOU ARE CORDIALLY One Tn Six TO MEET Should Christian parents train their children from infancy to know God, to be. skilful in pravor. in faith. there not a way for parents to The Lethbridge Builders The first Adult Bibie Class organized in Southern AlacrU IN WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE ROOM ]n Jocl AT 2.30 P. M. ANY A Stranger only Once. I My for Another ;