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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, IIW. If Christie's "Zephyr Cream" Sodas were judged on flavor T EAVE aside, if you like, all other points of superiority and judge Christie's Zephyr Cream" Sodas on flavor alone. If you have never tasted Christie's you may say that there never is much flavor to a soda biscuit. Just you try Christie's and see! Tht flavor of the pure, wholesome raw materials that go into Christie's Zephyr Cream" Sodas is carried through to the finished made scientific method.1 of mixing, baking and packing. The Christie Flavor is delightful. Test it. Christie, Brown Company Limited K For Instruction in DRAWING and PAINTING Go to the CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ART SCHOOL IDA E. BAKER PRINCIPAL Late of Harding'Hall, London FROM A WESTERN WINDOW HER 11A'N'J3 1 held her lato last nitfl sat before the gas-logs bright, (The proper place for one to She smiled but did not i should be carried on to lot the sal- ami doctors in hospitals never contract the disease because they know how to take care of thumselves. A vigorous campaign of education true, Nor did she- whisper her delight; In fact, to tell the story right. She .did not stammer in affright, While I, lucky guileless wight. I held her hand. I clasped her hand and held it tight. And though her, husband was in sight He only laughed and said I'd do To fill in for a hand or two: While she dropped out to serve 1 I held her hand. Magazine ferers do the same. It is urged that tho public school is the place for this and that children be '.aught, not to dread the disease, but ?i.ow to fight it successfully. Such -simple things as fresh air in sleeping rooms and sunlight in living rooms seems too obvious to make a fuss It's astonishing how few people lay stress on them. On winter nights. At the meeting of the Canadian dical Association held in Winnipeg aijf month ago, one afternoon's .session j was Kiveii up to the discuss on of the j cause, treatment and prevention of tu berculosis. Excellent papers'were gi- ven. and interesting discussion Jowed, which was prolonged far be- yond the time limit. Not only are medical men deeply interested in this tightly. closed windows are the rule. a i Dr. Grenfeil of tho Labrador found tuberculosis fearfully prevalent there, duo largely to the closed window and door in the little over-crowded huts. The people believed they would die at once if they admitted air, the Alberta and e next generation. Saskatchewan have that before 'a government j-rant, ic one-sixth of th problem. 'but the great mass of peo- s the are, appall- j pacity for the use of tubw-jul-ir pa- tieints. .Some years ago would ple are, and increasingly .so, as the dread disease grows ed when we see statistics on the sub- ject. In., older communities, and in big cities where have caused great alarm am i who considered the disease as etch- and indeed among doctors .as We are living in a pr crowded conditions! prevail, the disease makes rapid Pro We are fortunate in living in' this climate where the sunlight and dry air militate against any .lung trouble. "In time this country may I become as great a resort for "lung- ers" as Colorado. There are at pre- age, and a humane one, arid "it is while recognizing: of the consumptives' is extended to him a j cause, there helping; hand. If you enjoyed "Anne of 'Green Gables" you will be glad to see sent, many people with a tubercular "Anne, of Avonlea" which is now out. --i-1-1 rr'h'> heroine has grown to be a half-past sixteen years Old. It's" "due "to the sunshine chiefly. It j with serious gray eyes, and hair ffood effect on both body j which her .friends call auburn, "ond is living here in -comfortable, health'who could do so nowhere else, j has The people of, the Upper Col- in teaching the village school umbia Valley that their dust is at 'Avonlea. The vivid imagination termless, as a recent "tourist relates j 'is there, and the unfortunate i that more than once he was told -that j propensity for getting into scrapes. UN1V EHSITY OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG Session 1909-1910 Courses leading to degrees _ in Arts, 1_aw, Medicine, Science, Electrical Engineering. Civil and The University oi Alberta STRATHCONA, ALBERTA Matriculation Examinations begin September 21st. Classes open Sep- tember 28th. Courses offered leading to the B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. Teaching will be given in 19U9 in in all the region around Kilmer, Lake Anae would not Windermere and the Upper attributes. be Anne shorn of She has grown in the Alberta Missions was also discus- sed to some length but no appoint- ment ytfi definitely decided on as that must be left to the general as- sembly. Spokane, Wash., Klingstuber, of Milford, Pa., and John F. Davidson, of Colfax, Wash., wpre mnrried on an express train running 60 miles an hour on the Spokane Inland Empire system near Moscow, Idaho, the ceremony being performed by ORev. R. E. Kocfitz pastor of the First Methodist Church. The conductor, brakeman, candy- butcher and passengers in the chair car witnessed the ceremony and sisted in showering the couple with wreaths and bouquets when the train reached Moscow. "Just a fancy we said the bridegroom when asked why he choose the flyer route., adding: "We couldn't hire a balloon or a diving bell. This reminds met on a train and it was an appropriate finish to our little romance. Dr. Koontz tied the knot good and fast and there's no danger that either of us, will kick over the .traces. 'Sure, I'd climb the tallest pine in the state'or slide down the side of a mountain in a dishpan. Fd rather have had a quiet wedding at- the home of the -old folks, but some one had to start the train wed- ding business in Idaho." COWAN PERFECTION COCOA (MAPLE LEAF LABEL) If cocoa Is your favorite beverage by all means enjoy it at its best as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. Limited. TORONTO. 135 LOOKED FOR END OF WORLD West Duxbury, Mass., Sept; 24 Quieted by the -conviction that today would bring the end of the, world, the 300 and .more members of the Latter Keign of the Apostolic .Church or Tri- j J line Immersionists as they prefer to be called, assembled about their place of worship early in the forenoon to await the; destruction, and. purification of the world by fire. .In fulfilment j of their own prophecy, the major-1 ity of the denomination early today SCHWEITZER BROS. HIGHL-yRECOMMENDED who has tried it. ------------TELEPHONE 181 THE MODEL BAKERY lectures begin on seven years. And they do have dust jas there, "the deepest white dust that Iread for ever lay on country road." We can't beat that record for disease, (nor but still feel that our climate is unusually healthy. Dr. George Porter of Toronto. speaking: of the sources' of infection All university Oct. 1. Matriculation examinations will ence on September 16 and May 1st, 2nd, 3rd years in Art3 and '1st j mnk and meats from and 2nd years in Applied Science. Calendars on application, of the University. Particular regarding examinations. -ntrance requirements, courses oi .study, fees, etc., can be obtained on Application to D. M. DUNCAN, Registrar AN ENVIABLE RECORD The Garbutt Business Col- lege, Stafford Block, has only been established in this city a little over half a year and already -has won the confidence of the business community to such an extent that it is enabled to guar- antee positions to its grad- uates. For information or free prospectus phone or write Geo. J. Schmidt, Prin- cipal. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 263 P..-O. Box 1291. Trinity Healllqr tion. rOri HOpc, wMLi ing Ritoki, etc. Boys prepared for the Universities, Royal Military College, and Business Special attention given to younger Next term begiaa Tuesday, Sept. 14. apply to tbt Hi IICBT, M.A. PORT MOPC. ONT. fected animals, foul air of crowded rooms, dried sputum from patients and infection from the lips Of care- less nurses. Kissing-, he said, was the most fruitful cause of direct in- fection, and his statement was en- dorsed by a large number of his hear- ers. It is significant fact, and not to be disregarded. Children especial- ly should not be exposed to this form of' infection, and yot often they are. Too great stress cannot be laid on the need of education regarding tub- erculosis. If everyone knew the val- ue of fresh air, good food and sun- light it would be a. step in the right direction. "What we fear most, indi- rect contagion, by means of dried spu- i turn in our city streets is really not I to he dreaded for the sputum is there] Lake, twenty miles south, there had j knowledge, however, as well as in been only one death from disease iujvears, and if not quite so amusing, more must j yourself the story of the Avonlea Village Improvement Society adoption, of the twins, the sad tale of selling-in haste of 'the wronb cow and the romance of Miss Lavendor. It is all delightful and Anne is the presiding genius', radiating- Davy, who is j-he better half of ihu twins, so far as- interest gOia, and Paul Irving; a kindred spirit of Amoe's, a child with an imagination, share the honors, but neither one j wins us as did the childish dreamer in the old days at Green Gables. It is often lamented that Louise Al- cott has no modern prototype, and that the youth of this are so much the poorer. Miss Montgomery has given a- wholesome, delightful company that cannot fail to both young- and old readers. .Many a young- person, we predict, go to the world would come at "the ap- j pointed hour, 10 o'clock; while others said .that, if'it did not occur at that exact it1 would not be delayed more than' a day or two.i As the ap- pointed time drew near the believers rilled the chapel artel devoted their en- ergies to singing hymns. Shortly before 9 o'clock the room darkened and those who had been watching for a sign" appeared con- vinced that the Millenium was at hand. Ten. o'clock come, but tthe sun brightened and the Milleniiun in the opinion of the believers was postpon- ed for period of time. not a Flaw In Pall of .Tub of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mast, without Hoop or Scant. Many: other Exclusive are too, when you Positively getting Eddy'8. All Good Grocers can supply you., Alwiyt, Enryvhwt, bt Canada, atk Mrs. Samuel Bgk'er went to the irrath Pair on today's train. exposed to the sunlight, and loses its power. Sleeping cars must be it able germ-beds. The last time -l' Mr. A. J. Hudson, of Magrath, was wag in Qne> a Sjck-looking- man who in town cattle Wednesday. Mr. M. A. Coombs and wife and Mrs had coughed the greater part of the afternoon and evening, and in a most j, sleep with Anne under her pillow. We leave our neroine wicji iier Prince charming- under the silver pop- lar, not quite '.he same Anne o' im- petuous emotions. nrter all, romance did not come Into one's Iffe -with pomp and blare like a tfny knight riding to one's through perhaps it crept like an old ways; perhaps it re- vealed itself in seeming prose, -until some sudden shaft of illumination Suggestive Questions on the I Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr.Linscott forthe International Newspaper Bible Study Club- CARDSTON NOTES Gariston. Sept. W. Wpolf i flung athwart its .pages betrayed the haps love unfolded naturally out of a beautiful friendship, as a golden- are to Utah1 course the bedding is chansred but the ooiu.-, LV u K, 0 0 'hearted rose slipping from its green A. Cazier. accompanied hy Mr. H. T. i offensive way continued to do so McCuno and wife went to through the night. That berth u. st yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. McCune and have been alive with bacilli. Of their son Ross where they have a pleasant home at, mattresses and pillows lead a darken-! Esq M P P who sold his farm east of Cardston this week, will invest in j Ogxk-n. Tiibse parties are always j ed existence, most grateful to germs. thoroughbred sheep. His ranch south welcome visitors in Cards ton. That's probably one reason why we of Cardston will be stocked this win-j Carlson returned to Utah yes-j often take cokl in a long railway, fections> and nope that her fairy ter while a summer range will be had terday. where he will pursue his stu-1 Journey. The cold is unpleasant j mother may dies durin- the winter season. j though, hut the contemplation of the j fevr i whv of it. is vasily more so. j It's better far if one has time to Th A. R. T. Co. ,iir- improving risk in hotel hod. than w ,i i mi- appearance of their Ivad offices day party in honor of her husband i J Only' members of fri- in the Milk Biver. Ridge. Miss Reeder a friends last evening at her home. Krs. Sterling Williams 'gave a birth And so we say god-bye to ihe young gdrl who has crept into our af- od- i things in years at col- I store during- the coming afterwards. Anne. Lesson for September 26th, 1909. Temperance Lesson. 1 Cor. Golden every one of 113 please: his neighbor for his good to edification. Rom. Verse a man could lawfully drink intoxicating liquor'in modera- tion, would it be a giod thing to do, seeing so many thousands are being ruined yearly, by drinking, all of commenced to drink in mod- j eration? (This question must be ans- wered in writing by membsrs of the club.) Is a man honest, either in money or morals, who always goes as far as the law will allow him and no further? If the general influence of anything we -do, which may be lawful in itself, is injurious to ourselves or others, what is our duty? What is the general influence of the urink traffic Verse is not all our duty to OUT neighbor fulfilled when we have succeeded in doing him no harm Does Paul mean that we are to de- vote more time and. thought to add- insr to our neighbor's wealth, than we do" to our own, and if not, what does he mean? To how much of our respect is a man entitled, who cares nothing for the success of others, but is devoted supreme desire in all oux dealing, with our fellow men? Lesson for Paul a Ajrest. Acts to 22: 29. rcilT were The pavement on Raines Street will completed-this Mr. and wife and a jthi- appearance of omces in a pajr of c.P.R. blankets. very much. A cement wall been! show that in Canada on-j nlong tht- bank left, by the ]v lwo per cont do literally everything he does, to the glory of God? Verses should be OUT "Zealous of the In bridging the two dispensations is it likely "that God, so to speak, winked at the Apostles trying to graft the law of Mosos into Christian- ity, or was it God's plan that Jewish Christians should still keep the law? Is it likely that even James and the elders at Jerusalem knew -of the full liberty of Christ's gospel, or that "the law" was to be abandoned? Gal. Heb. et seq.) Verses James and the elders give Paul good advice in this matter of.- the vow, and shaving their heads, and can you conceive it as possible that they were directed by God in the advice they gave? Did Paul do a wise thing to join with those four men in the matter of the vow, and what 'he must have known to be a useless ceremony in connection therewith? Paul in one place states in sub- stance that he became all things to (all men that he might win men to Christ. How far can we carry out that principle without being guilty of deception? (See 1 Cor. Verses is the difference between a Christian who, speaks evil of another Christ- ian and these Jews who spoke' falsely of Paul? we ever, form an opinion or spread a rumor KfroiMT mere appearances? k; Which, generally raises the excitement and why: a mmor ot. something very good, or of very bad about a i Verses is it in humiiv nature which makes one class or or political party or religious body, f so cruel against another class, or or race, or political party or body, when their passions get stirradf" (This question must be answered" in- writing by members of the club.) Chap. the fact Paul had once been one of thernsehr- es, and had changed to be% Christian from convictions of dnty to God, ,-to have given him favor with God fear- ing and reasonable men? Verses the narration of- our personal Christian experience 'a duty, and is it an effectual way, to preach the gospel to sinners, and a help to, believers? Here is a man with hatred in--hia-; heart for Jesus, on a mission of .per- secution to Jesus' followers; on the road he sees (1) a great light from leaven; (2) he is stricken to jround; (3) he is spoken to by Jestts; (4) he asks Jesus who he is; (5) Jesus answers his question; (6) those yiHi him saw the light bnt heard voice; (7) he asks Jesus what he shall do; (8) Jesus told him to go jon' to Damascus and he should there "get1 full instructions- (9) he is blind ani is led by the hand to Damascus} (10) Ananias restores his sight and him instruction what he (11) he is baptized. Now the most striking features in this perience of Paul's conversion? Verses Paul's experience stir their anger because they did :not believe his testimony or because thought it was. true and that it likely to cause his release by Romans? Lesson for Sunday, October 1909, Paul a Plot. to -the. ICfch, A big chance to beautify yiur homes at the grand auction fine art pictures at the Labor Hall on Tuesday afternoon and evtnmg. 241-2 A 4? Tt> 44 4 I I Our Constant Book." hundred In Six YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITWB TO MEET The Lethbridge Builders The first Adult Bible Class organized in Southern Alberta IN WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE RPOM AT 2.30 P. M. ANY SUNDAY A Stranger only Once. My for Another I i- ;