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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, SEPTEM3ER II, M What the woman who has visited the Christie Factory says to her NEVER realized all that the 'Christie' brand on biscuits meant until I went through the big factory in Toronto. "The cleanliness of the whole place amazed me. I don't mean that it is clean as judged by factory standards, but clean according to any standard. "We women control the purse- strings when it comes to buy- ing biscuits, and it s no won- der Christie, Brown Co. are glad to have us inspect their factory. To my mind iris the strongest advertise- ment they could have. "You'd be surprised to see the staff that is kept busy, day in and day out all the year cleaning, cleaning. "The windows, floors, walls, ceilings, machinery, speak volumes for the sanitary conditions under which Chris- tie's Biscuits are made. "It's a picture to see the Christie Girls' over three hundred of spotless white. Each girl is supplied with two complete uniforms a Week from the firm's pri- vate laundry. "At every turn I found fresh evidence of the unusual care which is taken to preserve absolute cleanliness. "It was explained to me how every ounce of raw material is tested, and how, at each step throughout the process of mixing, baking and packing, the Christie quality is jeal- ously guarded. "I am convinced that if every woman in Canada could visit the Christie factory as I did, they would not think of us- ing any but Christie's Biscuits in future." The best Grocers everywhere in Canada have Christie's Bis- cuits. Sold in bulk, by the pound, or in moisture and dust-proof packages. Christie, Brown Co., Limited Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson .By Rev. Dr. Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Study Club Lesson for September 12th, 1909 Close of Paul's Thir Missionary be done. Acts Verses was Paul bound "for? Had Paul clearly received Divine instructions to go to Jerusalem or was he simply gratifying his own desires? (See Acts 20: 16, 22-23.) _Ii a devoted man. has a longing to go to a place, or to do a thing, is it safe- for him to conclude that the longing is of God? Because there is danger involved in, a journey, or an enterprise, in con- nection with -our religion, should we allow our chivalry alone to be the incentive for 'us to undertake it? vls "there any ground for the opin- ion that good men have sometimes rushed unnecessarily into danger? A "Verse Christians have to tar- ry in. a town should they hunt up the followers of Jesus? If these disciples were told -Tihrough the Spirit" that Paul should not go up to Jerusalem why did he not heed them? If there is no record that Paul had a direct call from God to go up to Jerusalem; would that, taken in j 2g controversy were right? Suppose Agabus and the Verses goodly proportion of others the membership of the church have were right in persuading Paul not i the ability to preach; ought "not this to go to Jerusalem, but that Paul ability to be developed, thus giving still thought he ought to go, what! to every local church-several preach- would be Paul's duty in these cir- cumstances? ers who could divide the preaching among them, paying only one a sal- instructions to the Thessalonians; Golden Text: I Thess'. See that' none rencler evil mlto If a good man says 'he has a mes-1 who would thus have Plenty of sage from God for us, are we under time to act as pastor? obligation to obey whether our AuSust 8-1 Thess. _ v :12-24. Paul's judgment may concur or not? Verses you recall in all i history a greater example of forti- tude and bravery than here display-1 but ever foliow that which ed by Paul? Lesson tor Sunday, Sept. 19th, 1309. Review, September 197 1909. Review. Golden Test for the Dad's Council got their by-laws through alright although the vote was so mighty small as one wonder" whether the people gave a darn whether they passed or not. Some people kick like steers because the council does not do everything just to suit them ana yet they don't take an opportunity to show that they have any "interest whatever in what they do. .1 don't say that a man who does: not approve' of every- thing the council dees should vote, against the by-laws to show it. But if they do not vote how in the deuce is the coouncil to know that they are paying any attention to what they do.. There is nothing .that will make the council more careful than a displayed interest ratepay- ers. If the people want tiie C0uncil to stand around and watch out what they are doing, let them vote. Then when 'something is to be voted on teudeuts, and 'it is very doubtful if they are all needed. Yet it -is hard to suggest how to get along without them under the present system of mu- nicipal government. I have a hunch that I have, passed on to. Dad. that the commission racket would solve the The business -of the city would then bs run as any finan- cial corporation is run and some way should be found to keep down the Staff and stall get the work done to a proper turn. And j ust while I aiti having 'my little say on this inspector, the memory "of certain strong odors in various parts of the city reminds me that there are a number of-sta- bles in the city that are .not being attended to ae they should be. This hot weather makes them exceedingly offensive when they are not kept real clean. The main offenders as far as my observation tells me" are not the stables that are being used but some that are not, and the refuse has been allowed to remain. Perhaps it is only a small Amount, under the two ]oads that the by-law allows, but it lacks in size it makes up in strength. They should be cleaned out. MAURETANIA BROKE RECORDS New York, Sept. The Cunard liner Mauretania .broke all trans-At- that doub'tfuT the council will be i lantie records by making the crossing darn sure that they will get the opin- between Queenstown and this port in four days, eleven hours .and thir- ty-five' minutes. This performance betters that of the -.Lusitania by sev- en minutes. The liner arrived .at Am- brose Channel light at 4.05, covering miles at an average speed of 25.87 knots an hour. The days rune were 658.. 653, 641 and 132 miles. good. Verse 21- -Can the real truth ever mightily grew the Word of God and August x xix-20. The following review can be used be a hurt to a true man, and should not man be as glad to change his opinions, when he finds he, is wrong, as to change a worn-out gar- ment for a new'one? to Paul s Third Missionary Golden Acts as a complete lesson in itself., or as a! The name of the Lord Jesus was mag- review of the eleven preceding les- j "niflsd. Verse is it that God has .conditioned all of human and where found, -the Golden Texi, j progress and betterment, including sons. The date ;and'title of each lesson and one question from each, lesson follow: connection with what these disciples i said, indicate that Paulj was y wrong in going? salvation itself, upon the zeal, ability _ and goodness. cf those who already doing! Paul's enjoy its benefits? 1 Second Missionary ch J August xix -23 :36 to x Is there danger that good men may be led by pious impulses to do un- wise things, which they could be sav- ed from if they waited to cool off, and to get the jnind of God? (This question must be answered in writ- ing by members of the club.) If it should prove Iliac Paul was; wrong in going to Jerusalem, which j finally led to his martyrdom, would that in any way lessen our respect for or lessen his infiuen' the world? Verses the children always be taken to church and to all religious gatherings? Should a company of Christians, to xx :1. toPhilippi. Golden Text, Acts j paurs Third Missionary Come over into Macedonia and help j The Riot in Ephesus. Golden Text: 'os' Cor. He said unto me, My Verses a man shows lack j grace is sufficient for thee: for my of courage, or tact, or faithfulness, strength is made perfect dn weakness" m one position, does that in anyj Verses the -eneral measure disqualify him from getting! weifare of the people ,is by another, or from success when in an-j.the business of the few, is it 'or not' other position? j the of the to.make July Paul's j business illegal? Second -Missionary August Cor. Paul on upon Philippian Jailer. Golden Text: Acts j Christian Love. Golden Text- I Cor Believe on the Lord Jesus j xiii :13. Jfow abideth faith, .Christ, and thou shalt be saved. [love, these three; .greatest of Verse what class do you put j these is love. those who, either directly j Verses is' it that-love or in'directly, profit by the sins of j tends to promote patience, politeness, kindness, gentleness, humility 'and fallen women? lonica and Berea. Golden Third Missionary Journey-Farewell J Psalm Thy word have'I hid I Golden Text: Phil,! V my heart, that I. might, not sin j all things. through Christ, against thee. can i I "Verse it "adopt all Paul's when bidding good bye to one another j July 18-Acts Paul's j, other virtue? on .the wharf or at the railway sta- Second Missionary September 5-Acts tion, feel as free to get down on their 1 if oa. raui s knees and pray, as they are to stand and shake hands? Why is it that Christians are not as willing to be seen talking to God, or on the street, as they are to bs seen talking to their fellows? Verses was Philip; and for what one thing is he distinguish- ed in this gospel story? Should Christian parents train :-their children from infancy to know God, to be skilful in prayer, ia faith, and in good. .works Is there not a way for parents to train their children, so that the prom- ise" can be realized with absolute cer- tainly in Joel 2-28. "Your sons and your daughters shall Which is the more desirable, to have a son, or a daughter, noted for spirituality and soul saving, or for "vmoney making? Verses this noted pro- ion of the people and will be careful what they-subniit to-them. If. the people -want good government they have got to show that they want it aud not stand .off and say that they don't give a darn what is done. The by-laws passed however, and it is a good thing they did. Dad and my several, worthy uncles ran up against a snag about the Agri- cultural grounds sale. They got the money- to.- acquire them and .improve them and they can't do anything j else with the money.' That irteans j that they cannot sell ths property to buy the other park until they get permission the legislature. That will, doubtless be fixed alright, for i other property will ba just as r good an asset as the fair grounds.; Then because they bunched all their items of expenditure into two'by-laws'i they cannot sell them' because the brokers "won't buy them that way. as they do not pass legal inspection. Dad will have to legislature to make them valid. That won't, be very, much trouble but it keeps the council without the money until the .legislature attends to the matter. There are good reasons why the law should hold compelling 'the councils to make separate by-laws for the different and there are other j good reasons why it should not hold.! Perhnns- it-is Jsetter the way it- is! f.T if that condition were taken off; there 'rmsrht be all sorts of abuses i creep but when a council goes ahead like Dad's Council did and then get the legislature tu 0. K. the deal, there .is anything wrotig it will: be found out before the ap- proval is given. Dad and his council keep- ing up the appointing business. The next one is a plumbing inspector. No one has a particle of doubt but what the plumbing'should be inspected "be- fore, and while it is being done- There is more typhoid fever caused in towns and cities by bad plumbing than there is by bad water. Iso would .say for a minute that the.j plumbers are not honest in their i work.. That would' be as big a libel to say that newspapermen do not always tell the truth. But there are a lot of them that do not k-now an awful lot about the business and as for .their knowledge