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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 13, 1914 THE f HERALD PAGE NINE Pledged Covenanters Never to Surrender to Home Rule Diumbeg, Julv 13 -TheOr- s dcmonstriUon here cul- mirntea in a of great enthusi- asm atomicl the tiny platform, where Sir Bible n hand, pledged 1he covenanters never to sur- render .to coercion, to remain loyal to the .throne and never to waver in their support 01 tlicil leaders in the against Hule. Sir Ed- ward'Carson in a speech served no- tice on tin, British Government that unless it was, prepared to leave Ul- ster alone it would very shortly lind the Ulstermr.n recognizing no govern- ment incept the provisional govern- ment of Ulster. He said he had been given authoritj to act and ii neccr- sary that meant lie was to exer-'SL his powers without regard to -on-e ouences to himself OM, ALIERNA-IIVC-TO FIGHT hir Edward Carson offered the KOV- ernment the alternative of leaving Tjlster clear out of Home Rule nr of coming to fight the VJlstermen i he said, were the only possible alter- natives Ulster, he concluded, was. claiming onh justice and il it did_not get it from the government it would take It .H.OTI- DONNER UNO BLITZEN! Berlin, July German sol diers' aro dead, and .hundred othorB-rare ill today from sunstroke by which they were affected yesterday lu of military manoeuvres nt Frankfoi L oil Oder according to the Tagebiatt. The men belonged to ti Crown Prince Charles of Prussia's Brandenburg Infantry Regiment, com mended by Colonel Von Renter, who was transferred from Zabern, Alsace after tile recent conflict between eol- diers and civilians there. The wsaiif er was. the .hottest experienced in G manv this Loud in Praise of the Manitoba Orangemen tor Stand They Took on School Question- .Toronto, July. IS.-With. the weath- er too hot to he agreeable, Toronto Orangemen Way. celebrated the 12th by the' Idngcst parade oh-record. Jt is estimated that and 000 of the brethren headed by hands and with banners flying, marched through the principal streets to the exhibition grounds where they listen- ed to -their leaders orate on the prin- ciples of the order. The acute crisis in Ulster was the keynote of most ol the speeches.: Every town and vil- lage in the province also celebrated the "Glorious 12th." In his remarks from tiio platform, Mayor Ilocken of Toronto, said Orangemen of Ontario, have shown then strength in the fight against bilingual schools "They have domonbtrated their power in Manitoba I call upon 5011 today to honor your brethren in Manitoba. Yesterday they stood as in 1896 They fought a goo'd fight 1 hey-kept the faith TheJ deserve the respect and admiration of the whol country Washington, Jul) 13 'Carran fmall) notiheii the United State: toda) thit he would engage m nc mediation whatever with the Huorta delegate! and would accept onlj -terms of absolute- surrender. MORE TROUBLE FOR- HUERTA Mexico Crh July a-AuthoriU tne quarters here today declare thsJ unless a quick agreement is reachet between the contending .factions., in MOMCO Francisco Carbajal minister for foreign affairs will sever hib con nection with the administration 0- Strong Sermons by Rev. David Ross and the Rev. Mr. Cameron Witii sucti-sermons as were delivered at St. Andre'wJs Presbyterian chu'rcn anniversary yesterday the year should be one of. progress for the con- gregation. The occasion marked the closing of the third year since the building was opened, and the anni- versary services were the most in- spiring The attendance was extraordinary, considering the equa- tor weather. Rev. Mr. Brj-on, the pas- tor, under whose faithful and diligent guidance the church has made wonder- ful strides during the past two years, exchanged pulplU with Rev. David Ross of the First Baptist church in the morning, and with Rev. A. G-. Cam- eron of Knox church In the evening. The musio "was carried out according to the programme and was very! sat- isfying. In the morning the choir ling "Enter Into His- Miss Ames and Mr. Stott gave a beautiful rendering of "O Praise'the and Mr. McGougan sung'in his usual fine voice. .In the evening the choir sang "The Radiant Horn'1; Mr.Stott sang "Lord, I and a splentlid en- "The Pilgrim of the Night" was given by the Misses Ames, Hazen and Hume. Morning Sermon Tn the morning Rev. D. Rose took for his theme the words "Christ Is made uri'to us wisdom from God, both righteousness and sanctificntlou and redemption" (I. Cor.: In his introduction, he glanced at the divided state of the Corinthian Church; and pointed out that it clearly taught that sectarianism.'can easily exist even when there is apparent unity of or- ganization. There may be Inside the Church too large a proportion, ot.'tho spirit that marks (lie 'urispiritual world without. The heart of the Apo'i- tlo was pained and flmrdened by the condition of things, and to correct this condition he reminded his Mends nt Corinth that 'when the Church had been founded there, through hls'lnstru mentality, the power God had do the work was the evangelical mes- sage that lives all the prominence to Christ Mr. Boss then proceeded to deal briefly wKh-each of tho three ele- Bents constituted the wisdom which alone can pro- ,41100 true. Christian night- 'eomnom in tho Pauline.teaching re- eirieflyi'to'the foundation-laying that takes place when, tho atoning work U and gives tho real beginning of the Christian life.' Sanctl'flcatien tho fair supor- ntvuotura 'which; Is npoit that tho Holy Spirit comes in His fullness ffom the ascend ed Lord and endows men with abound :ng and triumphant spiritual energy Redemption points forward to the su promo perfecting that will be man! iested when the redeemed will be for ever' in the presence of the glorlfiei Christ, possessing and reflecting His image Evening Sermon In the evening Rev. A: G. Cameron preached a most inspiring sermon .on the subject, "Tlie Church of the giving a. very practical idea-o the service that should be rendered by the Church in this practical and siren nous day.. Mr. Cameron took his tex from Isaiah "Thou sha'lt cal thy walls Salvation, and thy gate! Praise." He the beginning to tin spirit pletl and patriotism portray ed though these old-time prophesies which make Jerusalem place of pe euliar Interest "to' the-people of God The prophesies themselves have no ret been fulfilled, Mr. Cain eron, 'but the testimony of history any Canon McMillrn, 61 Miss Sslher Mario Anderson to Mr. Oliver Siducr.s. The bride was a very at- .ractive picture in hrr pretty white vodding robe and carried a shower jouQUet of carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Siddons will make heir future home iii Winnipeg. !nce -to every man and nation comes the moment to decide, n thu strife of Truth and Falsehood, lot the good or evil side iomc great cause, Goff's new Mes- siah offering each the bloom or blight, 'arts the goats upon the left hand, and the sheep upon the right Vml the choice goes by forever 'twist 5Cnooi that darkness and tha-t light. Russell Lowell. The Onward Bible class of St. An- church will im-et at S o'clock n Wednesday evening. St. Mary'.s Sunday school teachers have decided -to hold an ice cream so- cial on Wednesday evening, .Inly 15th, I n aid of the fumls o! the Sunday Rev. Canon Murrcll-Wright leaves omorrow for Calgary to attend im- lortant meetings in connection with lie Anglican church. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Arnold, of El- iow Calgary, are rejoicing vcr the arrival of a daughter co 'htirsday. Mils Luolle Eckstorm, who has een attending university in Seattle, s at present enjoying a visit at lanilou Beach before returning home. "Mrs Edgerly-Burt has returned to jondon, England, from a. stay at Government house, Ottawa, where ho painted the portraits of .T.R.H. he Duchess :pfi Connalight and the Jrincess Patricia. Miss Gertrude of Out, IB spending the summer the guest of .her sister, Mrs. H. Me- laffrey. Mrs. Joseph M. Smith, of Hed Deer, Ylberta, announces -the engagement of. her only daughter, Olive Jeffer- son, to Dr. Wash- )urn. of marri- age to take place'-fin September. Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Anderson, o Yetaskiwin, "announce the engagement at til-en daughter Hazel ,o Dr. P. oi Ottawa The marriage..will take-place.on Wed nesday, July In, t Mrs Gcnevieve Lipsott Skinner the well known Canadian writer is a, of her brother MK tipsett, ol Banff Rev G H Cobbledick leaves to morrow for the summer school a Pmcher Creek -where he will conduct tls Bible study each morning He will'join Wesley Sunday .school'.'In bhelr excursion to Coleman on July 15th and from there will, go to Nel- son, B. C., on his vacation. During lis absence for'the next four .Sun- days his pulpit will be taken-'by the. Ro'v. Mr. Courtice of the state of; Pennsylvania. Mr.. is a brother of Dr. 0. J. .Courtice, is pas- ter of a church of some thousand members and is a popular speaker, who will no doubt draw large audiences. The marriage was celebrated in St.. Cyprian's church on Friday evening Clubs and Societies St. Andrew's Intermediate Endea- vor vvill meet at 7 o'clock tomorrow ivening and, the Senior Endeavor at 8 olclock. All members arc asked to ie present. Westminster Epwoiih League will enjoy a visit to No. I) mine this ev- ening, and the leaguers are asked to 5 ;vtr tho church promptly at 7.30. Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet on Wednesday when all the icmbers are urged to be present. Westminster, church Ladies' Aid met this 'afternoon and wound up the business in connection with the re- 'reshment' booth at the fair. .The Women's Missionary society ol Knox church will meet in the school room on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock, when a full attendance is de- sired. A congregational' meeting will he held in .Knox church' on Wednesday, evening for the purpose of nominat- ing persons for the office of elder. A large attendance is urgently request- ed Mr. Black, wlto" ffir five years has spn n missionary in.'Jerusalem. will evening The public is in vited to come and--hear this address which will he oiT'the1 subject "Scri[ RACE FROCK A copy of an exclusive PM-IH model in very soft rich striped foulard, lined .with The G; I. A, to the B. of L. B. will reet ip the hall tonight at o clock All membeis are Basked to make a point of -attending l St..Patrick's Church choir will hold a la'wn social on the old'church grounds near the depot on Thursday evenin; There will be no admission fee. The Daughters amL.Muids social to Henderson Lake tomorrow afternoon will be postponed should the weather be unfavorable. Otherwise it will be held as anounced, and- each member may invite a 'Jady friend. St .Cyprian's Sunday school will .hold their annual picnic to the Exhi- bition grounds on Wednesday next. Special cars vvill leave the .residence of. the rector, Rev. Canpn McMillen, at half-past oue. Parents of the child- ren ae cordially invited-. Westminster Sunday school cele- brated the year, end "yesterday by awarding diplomas, .to the scholars who have not missed a Sunday for a year or more. These diplomas were landed to the recipients by Mr. Gray :he assistant superintendent, and "were signed by the Rei J B Francis; the superintendent, Mr, John Torrance, and the secretary .Mr. Shaw. A seal was added for each year's at- tendance. Jiiss Minnie Laverlnk has not had an absent mark since the school -was started six years ago, and three others, Verna Gray, Harold Gray and Mark English, have.a perfect at- tendance record for five years. The following is a list of.the others, who were also on the platform, and it was a proud Sunday school .that clapped for their Four Watson, Daisy Holmes, Robert Km gan. Thfreo, -Emmerson, Ernest Wilson, Freddie Holmes Two Westcote, Momi Walton, Dorothy Doe1, Lilian Moris, Myrtlo IJcssie Carte'- riaii. Sm'ocd, Eva.Harsraves, PcarJ Taylor, Ernest Watson, JanatiMcIlvena. Nes- sle Robertson, Gertie Doe, Blanche 01- ander, Erlka Olander; Inez Wilson, Al- lan Walton, Alfred Walton, Willie Westcote, Alfie. Westcote, One Mia Smeed, Artie Carter Mabel Hill, Margaret Chaplow, Mabel Reid, Winntfrod Wall work, Vera Olanville, "Grace MeLeary, Annie, Waterhouse, Hlia Waterhouse, Lily Raines, Ruth Matson, Oi'vlt Lar- sbri, Ruby Elth'el Larson, Mar- jory Gurr, Hilda Morris, Annie Car- ter, Ena Hnrry Chaplow, Harry HIM, Hcclor Ingram, Gordon Jones, Stanley Hargraves, Paul Matson, James Foster, Joe Chap- low. St. -Cyprian's--. Sunday- school is to 'itttt, HI Wwlncs The Second Week of Our July CLEARANCE SALE IT OPENED second week of our July Clearance in point ol' value giving will be greater than ever. For this week we are offering hun- dreds upon hundreds of things to wear- things for the home and things to cat, reduced to a fraction of their real worth. Commencing tomorrow morning we are placing on sale each morning some astounding bargains that are to be on sale from 9 to only. Our desire being to bring as many out in the morning as, possible to relieve the congestion during the afternoon. Read these particulars of what we are offering for tomorrow and be on hand tomorrow will he at the exceptional values in seasonable merchandise you will be able to obtain. An Important Bar- gain Event in. Curtains Nottingham Laco Curtains, good strong net In neat borders, yanl3 long, white and ecru. Just' 24 pairs to clear out. These are regular values. TOMORROW MORNING ftfflj- Per Pair For your Holidays These .Suit Cases Just 10 of-these Matting Suit Cases, well.made throughout, 2i inch size. ..Worth in the regular way. Light and attract- ive. TOMORROW ij ft MORNING I I" IULY CLEARANCE Children's Straw, Women will be delighted with these Children's Straw Hats- just the ideal hat for these hot days. White and navy rib- bon, sailor styles, regular Toe. All sizes. TOMORROW MORNING Pretty Styles in Children's Bonnets Children Bonnets-of fine Swiss Embroidery, daintily trimmed with ribbon. These are all regu- lar 50e and 60c lines. Clearing TOMORROW MORNING While Gro- cery Savings Phone 313 (9 to 12 only) 3ILED HAM -pound W.wy BOILED HAM Pe LIBBY'S OX-- CCf> TONGUE, pound WWW PICKLES, MACON'OCHJES; MIXED 2 -Bottles.............. PICKLED WAL. AC'ft NUTS, 2 bottles GREENGAGES 2.tins............. JUICE Regular 75c' Per Bottle Shirt Waists for Boys. The new Tapejees style in Boys' Shirt Waists; clear patterns 'in good quality materials. fThe neat- est fitting garment possible to pro- tfd-y. miss these All sizes, -regular 7Qi> TOMORROW MORNING.. I WW Store will be closed on Wednesday afternoon. Watch this space tomorrow night and see how we intend to. crowd a day's business into half a day. Fashionable Gloves at July Pricing 'Fine Lisle G-loves, 22 inch' Jlonsnuetaire style in pretty shades of tan, grey, black and white. Just 30 pairs only to go on sale. Sizes 5% to TOMORROW MORNING