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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1914 THE LKTHUUIUGE MGENINB CLARKE CO. The Sjore Phone 453 AcadU Block Tuesday Bargains Of a Most Exceptional Character in that you need right-'how ,fpr your own personal use Another shipment of specially pur- __n chased Silk Hose just to hand by ex- HHU press. Regular value .....____ JJ Splendid qualities in.heavy Silk with lisle sole, heel, toes and strong and splendid to wear, shown in colors black, tan ind white, sizes'8% to 10 ins. Lisle Gloves 50c Regular 90o' value Splendid Quality Silk colors tan, grey, white, aud natural. Lisle, black Hosiery and Gloves 35c Regular 50c values 911k Jjisla goods, splendid val- ues at'50c, shown iii .-oil the wanted colors and sizes. Newest Neckwear HALF PRICE Our complete new stock of finest Collars .and Jabots, ranging in price from 50c to {2.50. ON SALE TUESDAY ONLY HALFEKICE Union Suits 65c Regular value Wide or tight fitting kiiee, all regular Kizes, ihandaomely trim- med. Bell Shaped Parasols S2.50 Worth-up to Sllfc and linen body in natural color or Paddy green with -var- ious colored borders. Rev. Dr.-Dyde at Knox Churci -World-Shocked by the Jn memoir of those who were called Into eternity without a moment' Warning, and In an .endeavor to hel; still the sore cry oi the bereaved in this city and aa well as t bring 'out some salient points 'tlia would perhaps, help.acme to .better iin derstand the ways of their Maker, on of the Juorf inspiring and. impelling services ever held .in the city tool place yesterday at church, jus a few short hours after so many ushered across the great divide by the band that reached out of the fog am to aiiu orew o the Empress of Ireland. Re-y. Dr.. principal of-Robert a speake: not strange to Lethbridge, preached a masterful sermon, and the Impressive ness of was greatly aug meuted by the special music providec by. the choir. Dr. Dydo spoke to an immense audit ence, texts the following passage's: "Man goeth forth unto his and to-Ms. labor, .until the even- "Rejoice with them that rejoice, weep with them that and "I mnst work the works of Him that sent ine "While it Is day; 'the night cojasth when, no man can work." A General Sorrow Dr. Dyds aald in part: "It is well for us at such a time to turn aside more completely than ueuai from our daily business and duties and ponder the meaning of this awful event; When-the world !s shocked and even on the streets and Jn the midst of our business, the ordinary course o: our thoughts Is suspended; when our chief concern is the latest-tidings of the terrible disaster to tho Emureas of Ireland, when .nearly every one Is tak- Ing a direct look at his life and what it means, and what IB Us value, and nearly every heart forgets Its private griefs and cares in the general sor- row, can we do better than to devote this hour, 'with, its atmosphere of sol- emnity and worship, to some reflec- tions upon the ways' of God to :nan and the ways of man to God, and make some attempt to place our lives in more complete harmony with the author and disposer of all mankind. Accidents? "Yesterday and the day before many of us have been calling to mind the list of great calamities which have be- fallen the world In recent years, and eorae of us have been wondering why they should take placo In a world said to be controlled and. ruled over by- a kind and loving God. is, perhaps, nof, too much to Bay that hero and there faith in God 1ms been shaken by these, disasters. Why, it is as'.ted, ahoiild a loving'Father cause plague, earthquake, hurricane, fire and flood to amaze, terrify and destroy thoso who are called ,his children? Why should these horrors form part 'of His plan and purpose? In Accordance With God's Law "We must, however, notice that all over the world what we call accidsrits, trifling Indeed in comparison with tho disaster now so froali in all our minds We call them and, they are accidents in the sense that the suffer- ers did not desire'or propose them. But yet they the last resort, accidents. They, do not break up tbe scheme or plan' or arrangement of things in the world, they all happen according to well understood laws, We cannot accuse the Maker of the uni- verse of being 'aruitrajry or. capricious or whimsical. TVe cannot say that Ka So Impressive was Dr. Dyde'fl paw erful that he was especlall; requested to speak along' the sant lines in the evening In St. church In North Lethbrldge, which in did. AT ST. ANDREW'S Rev. pr. Dyde, principal of Ron ertson College, Edmonton, last even ing preached in St. Andrew's, by re seeks to diaconcert or outwit us by J.uest' the same Memorial sermon o breaking His own. laws, bent on our destructioiu not "He is no ogro or demon or evil epiirit The law which pro rides .that a fall lag stone may wound us, or a buirian body sink vatw, is the-lair in accordance with which trees lift their, branchee in the air and houses are built securely ou their foundations, abd the earth trav- els iti annual course around the sun. Disturb that laV ,for one minutest fraction of a Kcoiid, and our whole universe would to its destruction. The law by which we suffocate under water, or are tortured by- fire, ,Jfi the same larw by virtue of which wo. are able..to and Ilv.e. The stcnfi does hot drown, or suffer padn from burns, but neither does it live. If we live according to nature, If seek to know the ways in, Which the liniversa if we adjust our lives to It and live in. harmony with Its laws, then 'we may expect accidents to decrease tilUthey, are or almost eliminated, .'rcK our human selves trustfully into the hands Catastrophes Can Be Eliminated "Perhaps we cannot expect that ac- cidenta will ever be 'utterly abolished. We will have the Ignorant, the simple, ___ _ he rash, the careless, the incapable, Him, who is the consolation' 'of the young and the grown up child, with us always. But none t-ho ess, we may rightly, look forward to he time when great'terrifying dlsas- era.shall be a. thing of the lecause God haa changed his benefi- cent dealings with'man, but because man has made a deeper study of God's aws and ways." Sympathy Speaking of sympathy, Dr. Dyde aid: "As a rule men are shy about their feeling's, and prefer to xpress themselves in deeds rather Empress of Ireland, that h preached in church in the morn ing. The music was also appropriat and the Dead March in Saul, wa played, and while the large congre gatiori remained standing the follow ing resolution moved by Rev. A C Bryan was carried, after which Dr Dyde led In a. short prayer. Tho reso Jution We the members and adherents St. Andrew's Lethbridge de sire to, express our profound s> m paliiy with all those, who have s'uf fered bereavement in tho recent ap palling disaster'to tho Empress o Ireland in the Gulf of St. Lawrence We sorrow deeply t with- (4-ue Salva tion Army in Canada; in the loss sus tained of so many of its best officers and soldiers, and in sorrow do our hearts go out to -the friends m our midst, who are mourning the loss o Brigadier and Sirs. Hunter and.fam- ily, Mr. .and Mrs. Cresswell, "William Jiles, Emma Hammer and EHzabell Kitley. We commend all sorrowing ones to care and comfort and love of Al- mighty God, our Father. May the} while they mourn, murmur not nor faint under the rod, but resign them- of the the up- sorrowful and the support of weary. May they be taught and held of Hin Ihetr desolate hearts be filled with His May they cleaAc moie closelv to Him who bringflth life out of death and can turn their gnet into eternal joj dcKi-e fuilhei to evpress oui firm faith m the ruling denes of God and our Conviction that all things work togethtr for tood to them that God Rev G n popham reierrcd ta the disaster in his sermon at St Maryls yesterd-u and racnticaed the crest ban in words. How often in tho pres- feeling of rogret that had swept the o! a great sorrow, we fe.d our- entire country m consequerce jtro pccurriUK ovory mlnuto of tlae day. qlves able to nay 'nothing. It Is so a-rd to find the' right word. And yet re dc not despise sympathy, Ave bs- ;eve In it. And- we believe that the ower to sympathize Is one of tho fin st qualities In human life.. At a time ke this, the barriers seem to Jail, the ce aeems to melt, the butar crust of ur life seems to' we link It Is no shame to feel disturbed and shaken. The Inner foundations o.C ur 'being are opened, and we show urselyes to be men fn a- world of i6ii. If at times wd laugh 'with thosa iio laugh, a very good and human ction, now we are prepared to wee-p 1th those who weep, and in both ases.'lot me say, we sympathize. In te presence of a great disaster or a remendoua aatastrophe, we find our- elves touching each other at new and eeper points of contact, We' sym- -ithize. The 'word.'man' gets moM gnificance. Wo are more prepared o think thai the fine words of one of, ur poet singers is true, when he saUI thyself and alio that the nglng words of another: 'ftian to man world o'er shall brithers be for a' are not a fancy or a and we seek to give them a more per- manent lodging-place In our own breasts." The Night Comtth Tn closing, Dr; Dyde dwelt for aouie mi nut on the frailty and uncertainty of our tenure of life, emphasizing tho latter portion of his text, night comoth when, no man in a moat inspiring''way, warning against >thfulness and bllndnetg, and coun- lins all to play the.great according to Ills bent wid llghtrnmeat, whfle It WM day. A public memorial sen Ice ill be held in Knov church next Sunday af at which some of the local ministers will speak Owing to the absence of Rev Cobbleilick, Weslev church will not hold i memorial ser vice until Sumiaj noimced laterl Mrs Captain luttfc who is in charge it the Salvation Vrmj cita del m the absence of Captain Tuttc in Lopdon stitcs that the ArnH corps all over the -world uill hold a sen ice in mernorv oi their comrades who went down with the Empress on a d-u to be set b} the heads of the m London and to be an nounced later. BRING TO BODIES BACK CITY FOR BURtAL m e being made by Mrs Captain Titte of the Baliatiou Ainn corp" here 'to the bodies of Brigadier and Mrs, Hunter and their two children, Grace and Stewart, brought back' to Lethbrldgo for burial, if -thfiy can be found. The entlrb fam- Ily wne wiped out In the Em- press of Ireland disaster. l Tonight Starland MUTUAL GIRL MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 THE PIPER SPUING But yesterday the piper Spring Sat blowing tunes that turned to green And through the little naked boughs The'color of hig song was seen. As'-.soft the tunes the piper played, So soft the green, like mists ol night, Then.wound our love, a slender land. With'dear, indefinite delight. But now, before we knew, 'tis Juue, And deep aud dark the leaves have grown; The pipe is lost, the lane has led Down to a gate called own. Hale. Mrs. A'. C. Bryan, who has heen visiting in- Toronto, is expected home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. II.. K, Davidson were week-end visitors in Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs..Earl Roberts had as their' guest for 3h'e week-end the former's father, Mr. Charles John- son, .of Iowa. Her. William" Shearer, of Calgary, i a guest in the city and officia' the afternoon. nuptials this Mrs. president of West- minster W. M. S., leaves tomorrow io attend the provincial conference in lalgary. The Ancient Order of Foresters are T. Maelcod, who was oper- ated uuon at: the Gait hospital lust Jlr.-arid Mre. T. S. Mackenzie an- marriage of Mr. Macken- zie's Lois Auua, to Mrs. Mackenzie's son, 'Elton Bradley at high 'noon, April 19J4, at Portland, Ore..'- Mrs. E. B. Mackenzie -will ,toe. at home at Apt 203 Park' Apts., Portland Ore. Dr. R. Thomson instructed tho arid the. examination was con- ducted by- DivP. 51. Campbell. k The daughters and Maids of Ene- land will meet tonight with Mrs. Westley. 917 Eighth street South. Congratulations are due to the stu- dents In "First Aid to the all of whom successfully passed the examinations on Saturday with high percentages. Miss Gladys Downer heads the list, taking 100 per cent., and the other. successful contestant's Include the.Miss3s.Higinbotham, Shar- man, B. Trenholm, E. Smith, Ash-ton, Waterman, Halpenny, Plett, Harden and Berringer. Clubs and Societies Wesley Epworth League will not meet this evening, as the meeting has been cancelled- Knpx Ladies' Aid will meet at 3 o'clock on -Thursday afternoon, -when" a full attendance is requested. Wesley church Sunday school has decided to run their annual excursion entertaining at a dance at Henderson to Crow's Nest .sometime next Jako pavilion on .Friday evening of month, the date to be announced .week. Mrs. J. R. F. Kinney was hostess of the 'tennis Saturday after- icon, when Miss Eva AlcColl and dis Kmnej were Mrs. C. R. Peters was hostess of a smill tea hour function on Saturday, The communicants of St. Cyprian's church wiil meet in the church at 3.15 this evening to appoint dele- rates to Synod. The -Junior Auxiliary of St. Cypri- an's' church will meet for the last vheri she was assisted bv Mrs! J, this Saturday alter- Julhern and Sliss" Marguerite .Hanra- .Word was received in this city, to- lay lot the accidental death' oi Mrs. mothei of Mr D ,the Herald staff, at Ports- iiouth, Jbnglrnd Hev II of Hellcviic who beached tuo splendid sermons in Vesley church yesterday, was a guest vith Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd while in the city. Mrs. Andrew Cliiuic. Listowel, an- ounced the engagement of her sec- nd daughter, Beatrice Janet, to Robert MacDonalfi, bi Medicine Hat, Vlberta. The wedding will take place uietly in Medicine Hat in. June. 'oronto Globe. Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. E. S. Wiglc, Windsor, Ont., announce the en- agement of.their daughter, A. A. Carpenter, of Calgarj of Macleocl c Sfr. and Mrs. Westland, who are at resent in Pasadena, will visit with and Mrs. J. Emerson Hodgson route cast sometime this month. .Westlanfl was formerly, manager of Toronto here. Mrs. C. E. Brandow left this'after- oori' for Calgary to attend the pro- irielal conference of Women's Mis- onary society of the Methodist turcli, as representative froni Wes- V Uiuich Mrs H b Sxeith anil rs J b go tomorrow tern o on. Mr .ind Mrs J Al Aitken who tve been on an extended trip jioad tl c guest of Sir fo home on tne of, ritam c-tn Jnd'ij 3he> will visit r awhile m New Brunswick en ute' uoine Thft home ot "Mrs, K C Minor 112 eventh Ave.. S., was Hie scene of a efctj weddng at three o clock this ternbon, -when her .youngest daugh- jr. Lebra, became the' bride 'of .Mr. rlhiir (T, Cuming, son of Mr. J. R. umihg; of St. John, 'New Bcuhs- ick The bride was ,an allurihg picture ,her wedding tjowii of ivory duchese atin with pearl trimmings and ccr- ed exquisite shower of Brides She- was attended by Miss Rose who was daintily gowned wink brocaded crepe de chine and roses, while the groom as supported by Mr. W. R. Minor. Rev. William Shearer, of Calgary, etl the nuptial knot, and the wed- march was played by Mr, W. R. tearer. Conspicuous among the lovely; ar-. ay of girts was a handsome bedroom lite from the International Halves- r Co., with which the groom is nnected. and Mrs. Cuming left on the ft mi train for Ba'nif -aad other lints, and on their rctutB %ill to- sido at Thiitcentb noon, when a full attendance is de- sired. A meeting of.th'e voting members of St. Paul's First Lutheran church is called for Tuesday evening at 8 p. m; A large attendance Is desired. A business meeting of Wesley Lad- ies' Aid will be.held on Wednesday afternoon, when a full attendance is requested, and strangers will be wel- comed. Westminster church will combine prayer meeting, and Epworth League on Monday nights throughout the sunimer. Tonight is devotional night, and each one is asked to come pre- pared to answer the roll call with a Special Purchase of LOVELY WAISTS Our Eastern Representative sent us these New Waists in time for this week's selling "Crepe de Chene" Waists These Waists represent a special purchase, hence the exceptionally low prices. They come in the popular "Crepe de in plain, also figured designs. Styles .are drop shoulders or rag- Ian sleeves, loose fitting ef- fect, very-dainty, all sizes.- Prices S4.50S7.50 New Cotton Voile Waists Ladies' Blotises. pret- tily made of iine cot- ton voile in ..ill the newest fashions, most of these are in Eliza hethian effect, trim- med with''dainty frills. Many styles from which to select. All Prices The Hudson's Bay Co. verse of Scripture or of a hymn. St. Paul's First Lutheran 'Sunday' school will hold a soolal in the nieiit of the church on Wednesday ev ening at 8 o'clock. Old and young and all interested are cordially ihviteji. A silver collection will be .take'ii to raise money for a. library or thos6 having books may bring them; ROBBERS GOT 13000 Chicago, 111, June rob- bers drove in a Vaiori early today to. the plant of .the St. Lftimnee IC9 Cream Co., and bound gigged nix employees. -They then blew open the safe'and eacaped.jwith. iti contents, said to be nearly. I3.0QO. DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT AT CRAIG-LEIGH A good picture of the rojnl paitv arriving at Sir Edmund Osier's residence Princess Patricia. Is hidden be- hind her the Duchess, and the military looking gentleman wiUh the party la the Secretary, Cap- tain Buller. ARE Always Ready to Respond i By Messenger at service Quality product type- faces Herald as promised ;