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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mmiflay, .Tilly 7, 1913 TTTE LEtJIBIUDGE DAILY TiTvRALD Pageji WHEN YOU'RE II THIRSTY TRY Iced Tea with a slice of lemon in it.. If Will refresh you wonderfully and besides it's invigorating and absolutely pure. tfi for fire and then pour le> cool gradually, Warer mo Allow another le> cool gr of coaling until ready to icrve then off Into HJOBHI ica and lemon, Rev. Francis Expounded on Virtues of the Order- Capt. Tulle's Remarks Loyalty ha defendbrK opposing Catholic society. of the Orangemen in a-body Westminster JVTothodist church wos filled to tho doors last, night despite Intense heat and tho service had added interest owing to tho presence of 1ue city who' tor animal divino service.. 11, Krancia was tho preacher, and although he paid, high .irihutc to tho Orange order the ad- dn'is mis rGinparntivelj- iroo irom attack on opposing faith. Tho musi- cal servtco iras enhanced in interest by the presence of Mr. StiUman, of Xhe First tfaptist thurth, Calgaty, a personal friend and guest of Rev. Mr. Krancia. StiUman possesses a remarkably fine baritone voice and iiclighfefi Ihc people- lit rendered Sludyarrt Kipling's "Roi-eBsional" StUlman Bung-at the morning service, "-Westminster 'ohoir imrler the leader- ship at Mr. Siinm also sang most pleasingly. Rev, Mr. Francis t-ook as his text, 'lXoiv abidoth Faith, Hope and Charity, and the greatest of these is t'haritf." After referring to (.he fact thnt he wns'not a" member of She Order, Mr, Francis said The past century has called -century of achievements. The 39111 "century, though, has produced nothing so great as tie men, Its wo- man ajid Ha Institutions of organized benevolence, Great jHirsooaUttes have appeared lii art" arid lilofaturp, in Indention aac commerce, in philanthropy ind ton. In Bclenco.and In politics. century jnenjorabJo as baring: given to the Cavour, toe rcconstructor oJ Sfaly; n Lincoln, the and ono of Ihe constructive states- of Amflrlca; a-BIsmark, tbe iinl- -with lu! claims to or4n gate of heaven and holt, and to short-1 uh, tlie purgatorial aufterinff ot the parted, So I say Pro tcslaD.lt am marts real but this IB perfecj-, ly conilitent wllh a tellef Jn tevGlu-J tlon nMoh lie .beyond .the boundary of tlme'-jiiid sense. da vfQ know of ere H lion 'and the '.world of tho future, except what God .has chosen to reveal lo iss? Human roa- son cun prove the sibility'of (he existence of God and Uio ot the not tho certainty and iho necessity.1 11, Is reasonable, therefore, to -boltere .in the supernatural on divine tealtinonyV and it Is unrequitable to reje.6t It. Let 320 'this: ProcesUmllfim stands as graml act of tion Iroin Ruirltuul tyranny, and as a vindicator of the sacred of con- on matters of religious boHofj bold slaiiO at ihn Diet of iu the face or HID Pope aud tho rJmiwrur, js one of the Rublimest uvema in the history of Hboily, ami Iho dorjueiice ot lila leadinony rings through ihe centurios. To break (ho Torce of (He Pone, who called htmsolfu and WEIIJ to be, the vUIblo i vfear of GmJ on oaillt and who -heli? In Septejnbev, riots ended In I jn j.amj- i) k y f th kl Ihe battle of the'Diamond, on the 21st f i i or lta In tha erenlng after Ihe battle thojnnrt jt wna uy u monk In first, lodge of (he society wns Qj faith nnd the work of in the houso of one James, thM monli vas mndc- Blaan, one hunOrod and five years i linglaml and for the world by the attar too victory of William III. at I of tho family of to" whom tha battle of iho Boyuo. The man In hunor this so- lely was: founded was one of the tho name of nioal Blrlklng of hlB day ovory member of tills soelelj- Is ready to accord all honor. mid generation, William III. of N'aa; a It liberty, both civil, am! religious, haa since nmdo it is dllo in aige mcasnvG to that heroic act. nan, Prince of Orange and King nrlThe nrogress naa ot course bton nlow England, Dorn ID the Hagim, has ,hrougi, otetruc- fsov. 14, 1030, Ha the of Uons and bnt -we "know, WWaiu, Prlnoo of Orange, nnd Mary eveil lf "dlc "mlYlg'of aod" firind- slowly' daughter of Charles J. Me married CxceedinEiy small. Princcse Mary, daughter of Jamos II., Stadtholder of Holland 1C72. Ho made Chnieritl ot the i Then in the. sctuimf place: The He- has been a power- (roops of Kollsud against IxiHilH XIV. and mado a vigorous resjatnnco to tho Kronch annUa under whom ho defeated In 1674, but was rnpulaed In turn by 1he Prince de Cprde. In 168S Iho meas- -both the establlBhed religion auj (he coiistltution of Jamea II., Induced mtuiy nobles and others to Invite tha Prince of Orango to t'ake of "the, KugJlsh He landed opposition at Torbay, tho aiune James withdrew, to France and took possession of his throne. HJs coronation ns King) fu) atimulus HLeratirre. ReTcronco Is frequently made by tlie polemical vyrlters on tho Calhulic aide to cornplafnfs Ki'as'muB uttered, especially in rUQ laaf twelve years of tits life, respecting the dimin- ished Interest in literature, which he attributed to tho'harmful lnttuen.ce ot Protestantlam. The statemcn ts of Erasmus at that: time when his feel- ings were to be re- ceived- witli allowance. Yet It is true that there' was i period when iho studies iu which TSruBmus and tbe humanists took such" special delight w.ltu lesa hlterest year foltewlne William went to thte may SRt down as Ian4 -whore no defeated Jamos, at the battle of the Hoync. In 1C9I he licad-1 ed the confederate army in tbe Moth- erlands, took Nauira in 1692 and in 1607 was aQknowledgad King of Kng- Jnud by Iho Treaty of Ryswfck. On tbe deoth of ilary in 1691, the parlia- ment confirmed lo him-the royal title. His death owing to a full from his borso toofc placa-March 8. 1102. The aim and object ot the Koclety honor of this .man was declared to be the maintenance of Pro teataut ascendancy in Ireland. 'But'a movement such "this-could former of land's lovely queen, BrlLlth Empire- Victoria, Bng- ho; ierved ihe aird was the beloved of all British rulers; a Dr. Tlcn Ven, the founder of the new In nmong the _ urentest benefactors, none Heaervo a higher place, or greater pralso thab those hearts and true who in 1829 founded tho first JjQyal in Canada, the in medtaovol times, all the men who wrote tho chronicles of those unite In Ing UB how fr eat were the at iho Knlghta Errant, who "ft'ont up has cauekt Hils note and I6lorijer 8landft for ics Bplcndld potentlazmes in- lhe worlj.' for cacll to tho great web of society. You i aritlf-taiu anil dee inquiry in a and down the world, redressing hu- >uan wrongs, chatnijianlng (he cause ot the -weolc, the color of their ladj- lore, living uhove their nga in .virtuous ruoralEty and dying an heroes On tho battle field. -niy friends, wouJd you ace the 5-eal ueroea of the world, the men who laid nroati and deep foundation ot cur age nnrt succeeding agea, then turn jjoitr eyes to that march no knights in gHutening Jnall, where rustle Iniplornents of war and savagery, but where pans in review the Sons of God, the defenders of Dip faith, the champions of .rellg-' respects Urn Roman Catholic chur. ioi'a liberty. Hear them tramp, trampjof today is" a improvement upon aee them. swliiR Into thn mediaeval church. 3he has bncn tlielr leader .sltUoj nu-a. white horse [much heuefltrd by Ihe Protestant Tle- and orer lifm beatiUftil formation nnd is for less corrupt nnr' {effect of the Lutheran movement. It H'the ordinary complaint ot in of letters that In times ol public agi- tation convcrnirig- uignost ihto'r- ests of gra-niniar and rhet- oric-are the li'ue !n- tercat in learning inny at such a time putter a temporary loss. In the'old ngf; of'flrasnius'tho1 rulods were intensely absorbed-In religions controversy- and Investigation, aud as a natural result purely literary pur- I suits were for a-wlihu, oven to a harm- ful degree, bj- other aud more I exciting studies, j But tlnnli of what bus developed not confine to the small limKa- tTOU1-.K. In aU ProlesUnl lanQ8. tha tlona of the Emerald Isle. WUh tho emigration of Iiidhmen to Canada and tho -XJn ted- tltuiloD wa It ornia ann In. 181J1. Instiluled-' In. universal diffusion of the Hibln hi the vonmcular tongues, th'e illrc-it religious iriflu- ililo has.carried Into eveir ot -the humble.Bt An Orange the United In 1861, and a grand lodge la 1S70. Can- encc. lofiso j .Slates In classes u -roost effective means 'of mental- instruction, By' its history. It If then thai die Orance or- .D00try Clhic lheologyj It hag der Is a stronfi society, will It do with Its taaenlB? Surely ProtoBUint Christians should oft a power for good In the world, especially since the ago is one of great promfeoj of splendid oppoitimlty. I -irant to say today that .thc'Orange "vtiTLWl panrtod-the Intelloct of common men, and TOKHOd (lieia to reft'ocHofj upon themes ot highest moment. But men, remember this, whatever may become of Conns, the aim-and end of all achievement is the Grange conrjuer otber, tho sooner will tho world bo won to that how AB a protest against authority of fathfirhood :TUnE (he rfght ot private conscience nml brctherlmtxl which lh j icl joilsmeiit. -It a ajilrlt of {was the most shlnlug parlmcntB of knowledge. It therefore, n mucb wider scope lor tliojig exercUe of reason in than ibe Itoman tburch which requires un- coutlHUinal sub mission to lier infall- ible authority. me aay Jupt here that fn.niany banner bearing the words Grange The. flvnct circumstances of -the founding of the Orange Society wore The tenantry of the In Ul- nior wei-o the descendants of PvotPst- an( Scotch and English, who were sent to Ireland .iftor thn various confiscations of the. lands of the old Celtic and Roman Cnthollo families, fiiv mare pi-osnerous in lhan In Papal countries. driven to a i-ounter reform which abollfllicd some or the cost crying I .ibiises anil infused now (He ami zeal j into her.cleigy and laity. No Papal, j example. allows, I j realize that I am speaking lodaj icpre sen In lives of a. great nal order, in whose category the word .charity, iu its, broadest sense, plays a very Impartuiit. part, a frator- ml oitlcr whose beneflcent sway Is worldwide, hound together by tho [eternal of that man of CJnlllee. f The kcj-noJe of his lifo was charity. {It. wns Ills business ami it is ours to loarn about ihe weakness of men. To j [lo so is to exercise the BpIvEt of char- j tbo line of our own exctrlloiicies. If f the horse lioncsty until Uie J'rottslant 5 lift was has iliagraccd her history since j the century. 5fl IR jaded, I cannot tolerate dls- OBty (n a If I ride the hohiiy so of t-Iruie, and that Is a niftcent hoi-ae to ride; 1 canupt tolcr- MID-SUMMER SALE A Final Clearing of All Summer Wash Materials and Ready-to-Wear Garments Organdies, Swiss Muslins, Lawns, Drills, Piques, Linen and Ratine Suitings Muslin Kimonas, Children's Dresses, White Muslin Underwear, Street and House Wash Dresses. Of All Ladies' Tailored Suits and Coats. Boys' Wash Suits and I-4 Wi Blouses, Children's Sum- mer Hats and Blouses. 11 Ladies' Fancy Sun Shades. Positively Clearing Off Alt Summer Goods at Above Reductions LTD. Fourth Ave. Dominion Building because he does not anything about the. weakness ot other men along that Une. Men are 'weak. H we knew the cu- Yironuwnt and the conditions sur- rojndJug a brother, our hearts wouM be stfongly tender toward him. Harsh any personal criticism never does good. It you over win u man on earth, It will be by playing on the goodness In him. Those men .who have been the greatest soul winners have been those who knew how to dig for gold svhnn (hey tind found It, knew how to let It shine. r Jesus once How many lonvi-.S) have you? And while they had a few loaves nnd small ttslins. He tooK the remnant, and made them Into feasl. And tho tiling for s rational mnn to. rto is to say: "How many loaves liave Take tbe good In human na- ture 11 hd let Gcd multiply it Into auffictency. Truly we ought to -be wonderfully charitable men, when we remem- ber the weakness In them and Ihe wonderful grind our. You may recall tlic story of ihe sculptor whose touch with magic, and who when n little girl marvelled at the beauty of honor are read, those who have truly loved their'follow men "will enter upon their reward- In -lhe- enriLIy Ufa of the uumuu rnce God pitches His tent clase be- alde the tents of Hl3 chlldTen, and inspiros Ilia sons to speak His words, and opens the eyes ot uew-born babes to behold the beautiful vision rtnd, in- dulge each day with ilm grentneas of His own divinity, God is ever as of So long as thniatn any.ri-dlcnV that character of A exander VI., or oven Ilnc ,n anj mrin ,s a m.to Whft Leo X. couW be elected any mweJnevar a (Jrop of svMskev_ He Snc nves uinuiiy ,r. .he pr.at. but not k of all the wenrons nt! He "I cannot tol- She has a much aiiv I11MI1 who toiichr-s it her defence modern warfare larger mombership than either mu: ibn ProtC'Btaut .communion.! i whloli the Insurrections o( the 17th century anrt the revo'.udon .of 1iiS9, 't ___..... tniR, had been for s time refluceil dlill under her swuy to a pliiahle condition, but'in 1705, Latin races of both Sho[ owing to relaxation of the popery, satisfies tlie roligloufi n'anfs of mil-: laws, the more prosperous' -Catholics lions of human heings In all colni-: anrt all climes. She extends heri bonevoleni and mission-1 !ary operatfons aH over the glohe. She I in proportion as any mtlicaily in any were alowiy pushing tlietr way-to the leading positions.In nade'ahd agrjcul- ttirc. v' In nonhorn I'lstev many of tha ter- ritorial magnates Induced hy l lo lei their faraia to mr flian to Protcstnnts. motives of Cat-lioiica vnti rroiesi.tiit tcn.inM wtre oven lo make room fcr ('nlhollca, Ism dogcncTatea and neglects Its dufy.j And hy her venerahto her hlfitorlc-al contlr.ulty, her unltyj her centralivod }wr Im- pOfihiR rltunl. her nacrnd rfrl, nurt her' _ ascr-ilc plefy, she attracts Intelligent of Protestants rtnisrated t'o'America, mln'la, while the com- I hope _ (U n sncloty'moit pnopln are Itept In Jenorniicp f.nit known fis "t'euii ot nnd'jn superstition by hor i flowers and tbe dew is on the anil the light is iuvthe'3ky, the rustic of His garments is heard, and His hand stretches out and. His ear bends to he-ir voices and .to itll'.our souls with His oyii thoughts and speech. What GDI! was He is. What He did He doea. What He said He says.. Shall we "who stnnd before all the world as the repre- sentatives ol His will, say, uy an in- to Uis expressed command, angel 'ivi-ought and referred to it na having hecn cnrvert by him, rte- ciavo'd that the ange] was already in the marble, anrt thnt he had awny tho stone around it, H to escape. Happy !s tliat man in an lion ho looks to men nil around ano. discovers the angel of their nature, for tvory man has a better angel, and happy thiit order, no matter what It i9r that cute away the marble and lets fi'-tSft man. It. Is. the grandest In all the world be- cause U is the worfc of love. In a ivcrld suoh ds.ours, it ought not to seem strange that our com- mon father, God, has kept the hest wine of civilization until the end of tha feast. Everything in nature 'and in hlntory ttlls us thnt thnt Is so, thnt this is tho law of tho universe. This solemn strange march of crf-allon, "moving: to unheard nuiafc. with un- seen banners to some great enter- prise." When this march of creation ahull havo ended, nnd tho sonn of men hanK out their banners on tho bnttlc- of ucnvcn, and tile of "Thou hast been, hut thou nrfw concerned witli the GRAND DUKE DMITRI The first cousin of Czar Nicholas, of Russia In line of succession to the Russian throne. It Is assured that he fs going to marry Grand Duchess Olga, art not or forgetful that through service we reveal the lllc ol God, tbe life of sovereign truth and averlaaUugneas. Your principles of religious freedom denote etornnl verities, dutlce, patriot- ism, goodness and lead you out to the infinite. Your Ideate briug you to the heart of God. 3o follow your aspira- tions to the reach, to the supreme significance' of your high ideals and you will discover thUt your happiness and tho happiness of your foKowmen Is bound op In the bundle of life wllli Ihe 1-ortl our King. "Sell ftU that thou hast and give lo the Which means, lioW all that you hare all for tbe race to u-hicli yon belong for eternal life the life of duty aud rests upon (he character of Gotl and the capacity of man. So 7 say: "Have love, not lore alone for one, but man as man, thy brother, call and scatter like the clvcl- suu thy charities on all." At The Citadel A good crowd gathered on Sunday .afternoon at 1pft S. A. Citadel ID spite'of tho exceedingly sultry wca-1 j ther, r.-hen the local lodges of thp i Orange association held their annual rhurch parade, this being tho (last, Sunday before July 12, tho not- I able historic rtay in the annals of the Order. An interesting service was in whifh all heartily joined. AMODR the icndeccd wns a vocal solo hr Mrs. Davcy and a trio of male voices i entitled "The Great Review." j CnpLiio Tuttc (Icllvt-reil an address the watchword of the Order, we can also Bay -it is Truth, for there is no real unity without a truthful agreement it U Loyalty, ;or musi lie loyal to', each other if we would he one' in The who loyal are not unit-, ed. And further Unit-y IB Love ior that is the great cement with which alone the hearts of men can be unit-" ed, and brotherly love without which all attempt al union hut h'bllow. formality, can only obtained by the acknowledgement of the- Father- hood of God, whose essential char- acteristic is Love." WHOLE TOWN ON STRIKE Coirabra, Portugal. JuJr en- tire populace has gone on a general strike In protest against the decision of the government to transfer tbe law faculty of Coirabra to Lisbon. The cirs have stopped and business houses closed. Merchants have suspended payment and thn mun- icipal and government officials hivb tendered-their The gov- ernment la hurrying reinforcements of troops 10 the city. 'Tnion, Truth, Love nnd Loyalty." In llw. cour.se' of his remarks the cap- 'air said that in the wnLotiuord inn" iurorporatfil all Ihc olh- "Unity is Strength, we are tohlj THE WORLD'S WOBK DEPENDS ON THE WOP'S DIGESTION From the cuplain of.indnstjy to Iho uiilady in the auto to tbe woman with the scrubbing the accomplishments of evtry onfc of ui depend absolutely on the accomplish- ments of our atotnacbs. Backed by a oood digestion, a man can otve the hest Um {3 In him. When his atouiicitftili, he becomes a wcakjing, To this loss of power no one nteJ. siibtriil. Right Ambits of citing, drintiar, exercise, afdea by Na-Dru-Co Dyapepaia Tablets, will restore maiatam the full efficiency of the liaoian mind and body, Na-Drn-Ca Dyspepsia contain the active for the digestion of tivery kind They "go to the of the weakened etoajich, and enable the sufferer, right from the start, to asiiaitate Mid Rtt httitfit pf tlie food this asftiitiuce, the cligtsliTt recftln thefr tone, scorn tiatoTitit IB no longer If yonr BtomicU ii pot i perly, try Na-Dru-Cp T joe. Chemicml Co, of 1 M ;