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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTIKBTDGE DAILY HERALD Pngeliv MILADI 'EDITED "INO" PHONES: Offlci, 1224 Ruldenct 1111? .'.And'what is 'so -raic as u day in Juno Then, If ever, oome perfect duys lieavuii tries thu catth it it be iu tune, 'Anil'.bvei Jays. it softly licr tt'nrin ear. Husscll Til 12 TRUE WAY Wa'-.BcaUcr seeds with careless hands And; dream we ilc'iu1 shall sec them' more Hut for a thousand years Their, r j Jn 'weeds. Unit niai: the land, Or., bciiiililuT r The. deeds we do, the words we say, Jnto still -ait thuy suem-lo fleet, We count tliem. ever past, Hut they shall -last, the dread judgment Uiey And we shall meet. clinrgc tlitc by llic yrjtrs gone the love's siiltc of brethren dear, Keep thou the ono true way In work and play, Lest in flic world the cry Oi woe- Ihou hear. Keblc- Mrs. 'A. A. Lytlc will return from Ihc conference in Edmonton this uvcu- ii% Mrs. .1. 0. Wilson is entertaining tt'uoly-Dod, Calgary, for lljic week.-eijdj v.; Mr. find Mrs. S. Morris, of Medi- guests .wither. andrAlrs. W. M., Mcrris. MW- Mary..Rilcr Ihimillpn, tbc dnuchler, Jeanne Marie, to M. Qray, of LctlihrillKii, formerly ;ot Louisville, Ky. will talie place in .lune Mi'. I'aiil Clray': IcaVes -tomorrow lot Qnuhco. where to; Ucssaint will be aolcmniztd .Hlli! IBUi.'oMhla 4 .lAl: the liqrsiN .show'-iii; Winnipeg this Mr. Mrs.': Murphy 1" fii'cir box, Mr. and Mrs. Soymoni and. Miss Seymour, of Hegina, and Mr, Invin. T Mrs, n. II. Eitpn-'will 'on Wednesday. conrtcsy. {p Miss Irene McLachlah; '.Twenty guests iniyc licen 'bidden: Mrs. Patterson iiiid Mrs. W. J. Alexander are- expected, liomc tonight from Edmonton, where they were at- tending conference, as ITOIII llic W. M. S. of Wesley und West- nunsVev churches' T' luoUom on Monday All an: Invited to nu'i'L at II liurcli [irotuplly ut' six o'clock. The ice cream and .strnwbcrry x 0[ woman. ajiii two sons u js Lo'my car." Tier own nature is devoid of ro- mance there is no sentiment in her soul. And her -voice tells ihe story, of temperamental poverty, ,despite her appearance 'and Kurioi-idings: Another woman who 'is swcci, ant ivholesome to look upon, and norma in every- respect, speaks and I grow dazcfji ns under the'influence pF.soiiiij itrangc narcotic. Khe may discuss weather.. or bon- nets she may speak of art and liter- ature or she may talk .pi gossip. Yet (he sariic: result ably follows there is a little blur oVer-niy peculiar, haze and the real things of. life seem' so iar away; and I imagine incense curling up from censers in some dim room. Some time, in some past life, she had been a part of such condi- a At tbc conclusion of the Assembly nt the end of next week the w-ill go east to Mpiit-rc'al.'- number called during the receiving hours .yesterday afternoon, M'licn'Mrs. C. received' for" llic last time this season; to wel- come Mrs. Holland, a new comer to Lctbhridgc irom Cleveland- Mrs. Leader 'ivftS- Downed in organdie mounted over blue, while Mrs. Hol- land wore a" becoming costume of Ijlack and white silk. Mrs T. Roy assisted, wearing a dnlnly cyr.ld. emhroiaereil The Art Needle-work will meet on Monday.'a'Ucrhpon with Mrs. L- 11- Fowler, 392-. ScVenih Avc., Si Clubs: and Societies The Wesley Epworlh League arc reminded of the. the river Ice Cream Arid Strawberry Festival formal.- opening of-The ..People's JCP Oreani'Parlors will lake, place on. Tuesday Afiernooh and Nextt June 1 1 be celebrated, by a Strawberry.nnd.-Icp Cream'Festival under iho auspices Westminster Epworth League. Kofrcsbmenta served on tlie Kuropcnn Plnn Ey.ery.bodyi Wclpomo. J3ljv Slrout North Once 1 met a mass nf ''talents a man'of whom tfic luid-great hopes. But aTlcr I bnd beard hini speak 1 ceased to believe In his fu- ture. His voice wns tbin as M'atcr running over shallow places. It could not he a voice of the-depths. I know n man whose voice -will bring calm out of turmoil pence out 01 discord, ami rest out of weariness. Men, women, children, .animals, all feel UIR magnetism ami cliarm of his moilul.itcd ti.u-s. Knch sentence is a caress, however dignified the words may be. There are many voices wbicb rouse yon ti> action, vfiflch stir ynn wilh inmhiMon ami Ibcn- are others fill you with despondency. There arc voices which irritate you like Mhn of a (ilc, nnd -voices .which liiss fike Ki'rvicntK and sound like Uirilcs. from the rosebud month of S'oulh pror-cujs Llic cracked voirc of age, nnd from fcmiuine lips the deep 1-ass of masculine tones lull most dreadful of nil is the (hin, pip- ing voice of femiuily issuing from llic lips of man. That M-hai we arc, that wb.icli have been in some former Incarna- tion, speaks in our tones. Thai which we arc, nnA tlie result of that which wr have hcen, can he changeil and modified hy the cultiva- tion of the voice. all the world, lo speak in melodious jiml plc-ising voice, many of the linrfill and disasrecnblo-, quali- ties in huuiiin nature would disap- pear.'.s your vuico'H iitid it'; ;uul then usk j'our liesL Irlend, il yon arc enough lo. heat the answer.1 CIIUKCII SERVICES CHURCH OK JESUS CtflUST OF fjATTI'JH-DAY Jfnll, near M. C. A.f Sunday school 10.15 ii.m. A-t llie JIfill, 230 Westminster Hoad Hue, formerly of Scollaml, will preach nt-7.30..-. All uro Invited. WBSIJ3Y T. IJ. Pcvry, Pivstoi1, both movii- Iiiff nncVe'vehlns. .-Sjunclny'School and Ulble Class 3 p.m." Stampers cordially welcome.- ClIUKCn OF ClIHIST-i-AL thu homo, of GcoL-ge-MacDouald, 73 Mucleod Sunday- afternoon, at three a'cloelf.-for tlio breaking of bread. ST. CMUUCH I Angli- of 8lh Avc. anil SL Hev.. Canon- McMlllen, rector. conlcrciicu at Us session just, held OBJECT TO THE PASTOR LEAVING CALGARY METHODIST CHURCH TO RESIST ACTION OF STA- TIONING COMMITTEE Calgary, :Junu descent Heights Methodists last' night decided to go to the limits, w Lhln the constitution of Unchurch, to. retain Jlpv. .1. U. Kriincis lor- the fourth year. Sucli au- tlon wns' decided upon lust night, at a ivell attended ol the con- Francis has'1 iiet'ii in the Cros- eiit Heights church for three years. The consregatipn i'liyilcd him for a ionrtli year, acoordins to tlie rules ot and Communion 11, "Sun- day Scliool and Bible Class 3 ji.m. Evensong 7.HQ.. StrnngerB welcome. ST.. ANDREW'S CHURCH, fPresby- St. and 7lh Ave. X., Hev. W. Bryden, ai.A., ter.. '11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School lilble Classes 3 ii.m.. Pruy- er umutlug WedneBday S p.m. All arc icarlily welcomed; and acccptcil. The Ijeria tbiiferenirc nt its session just held removed to Langdon, much to the surprise and disappointment 61 Ihc church The conference has a court of ap- peal dealing -.with such cases, ;mJ the Crescent Heights case, will come be-r j FIFTH AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH 1 lore' it at an early 'date. Until such Corner 5lh Ave. and ISth St. N., Rev. D. il a.m. 7.30 p.m. "Sunday school at 3 I'ruyer meeting, AVediiesday w p.' in., j Heights. Choir practice Tluirstlny S p.m. All are Invited. ST. PAUL'S FIHST LUTHERAN At tbe home pr.Rey. C. Grant, Ave. S.; Sunday School 2.30 p.m. Sun- tlrty, June 9tlL no .services, ae uastor will be at.Grassy Lake. Wednesday Lech Ism p.m. LiuIIca' tia Society ori Thursday sirternoon ihe home ot Mrs. S.-Cresl, Vvenue South- FIRST. CHURCH '.'-OF CHRIST. block. 11 a- m.. and 7-30 p.m; -'Sunday, school 12.10 i.m., BubjQct ''God, the only Cause iiid Wednesday, al meeting, 8 p.m. The Reading loom 13 open to everyone uvery day rom 3 .to'5 p.m.. Everyone is cord- ally invited to attend. KKQX. Rev. A', G. Cameron.. Services 11 a. arid 7.30 minister will lime, according to the constitution Mr. Trahcis will remain at Crescent (reach at hoth services. Morning lubjecti.-'Tho .Great SveniiigjA.'oomdtiling Xc-w." Sabhaih .3 P.m. Adult lhlc.'ClBss. In'. Church Andliorinm at Chinese''class at -J n.' m. Strangers id the city are cordially in-" to-all services; GERMAN 13V ANGELICA [..LUTH- will be hcld''at 710. North Lethhridge, at 0.3Q..a.m. .and be conducted by in the Clemen Gejirian-spcalting pop- Inci- cordially invited. TIJE SCHOOL is htild jjyevv- at (i.m. at 5la ath street, south, A ordial "invitation to liblh ild and young to aCtcnrt tliis school." L sjicc-irJ invi tattoi'i; is "given to any icraons, been connected ,'itli chinches of Christ' (Uisciiilcs) ARKANSAS IS GIVEN TO TAFT KING INSPECTS TROOPSlONIGHT London, June George, ac- ompanleil by insjiocta i division of the National reserve, numbering thirty thousand; in Hyde 'ark''tonight, Hls Majesty 'will ride o the nark accompanied by Prince Arthur of atten-ded by General French. His will be ecelved by Sir Evelyii- Wood, and epresentalive company 'of each hflt- nlion will march past'In fours. The bole tlhision will ad- Kuco hi review order. A delachment if Crimean und Intllan Mutiny vct- :rnna will be foruied'up in thu centre. PRESIDENT WINS OUT IN THE FIRST SKIRMISH OVER CON-' TE5TEDi DELEGATES Chicago, Julie of the elEhteeri delGgates from Arkansas have been added "'to the Taft column in ihe ftepubllcarr National conven- tion, -eight by yeslcjrelay's decision, and eight1 by .today'B.' two delegates, those from the uncputeBt- ed ami classed. "uninstmicteil." The only -serious fight -today eulm in tiled in a test vote at 42 to 30 over the "in .flftli district. :The raa- it-y stood solid aiid deckled it for Tart. t outward "peace -IioverinE; -over conrmftteG1 room, and suppressed excltEiricnt. rilling.the halls "outalde, the Republican National committee resumed today, heaTlng br rhe.Arkan- delegate contest. Rumors of an n tended protest from the Ruosevelt' members against some of the actions in' yesterday's comniittee meeting I were not horno out In the early jinrt of the session. No motions -were' niade, ami the committee took up the contest hearing nt once. Senator Bqr- ab, wlio has been ihiis far, the spokes- man of was "ndt ID. the committee room when the' roll. called. J. A. TaM-ne.v, ad- mitted on a proxy.. Slate William FFynn, of; Fittsburg, who came en lo assist iu" the Rbosev-alt hattle, had not appeared at the Coli- seum. TONIGHT, SATURDAY be on Sale onday Moraing will :Late BEAUTIFYING S I1AGRATH MN tr, DICK CROKER ADOPTS "VENUS" London, Jimc Croker, [orme-r leader of; Tam- many Hall New York, has. de- cided to adopt Annette Keller- man, "the diving and Is now entertaining her a't his 1 Irish cas'Me. H-a recently made a irip across the ocean with her, and escorted her to .Ihc Derby this week. He remark- ed to a friend; "Whatever she sny goes, seeL" stem, sunerylsor oC im- li'oveuients, lias a large outfit of men and-teams busy on the streets, and hey excellent workrJin rading and leveling tlieni. New cul-. verts and-head gates are being iln- replacing of; the-; old s. The irrigation "water ditches rapidly being cleaned iin'd nmde .to -receive the Avatcf. T'lio School Board Is also alive to :lie f.ict that lawns, treea and..other ornamentation would, grciiliv (enJiance ho apiienrance of the school aud would stl'mul-ate the sUidents to a higher jilane, vividly Impressing on Iheir minds the benefit of n broader appreciation of nature. .Mr. .Whiie is laying several ivaal cement walks around buildings, the lajul Is being tilled, ajul-made ready ceive sijrliiffv The irees surrouudlnff .'the are b-aing cultivuted by Mr. Foasey, and bhelr growtli ia very rapid, nnd present a very liwmtifial appenr- unoe. Next year, the nddltion oC flower beds a.ncl lawns, the 'Ma- gi-alb school grmiiid'H .will no .'doubt present a very tirodlltibl-c fiJitT-elevnt- Ing picture, In keeping; with this gen- eral campnlgii for sombre beautiful Magrath. The Town Council have resolved to forsake their- business aTfalrs next Mondnv, and put the ground aurround- ius the Town Hall In shape lor. the planting or trees, shrubbery nnd now- It is 0111 Top Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised, "by, merit alone to that'proud emin- ence Scs Powder is uniform, pure, .is Invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows ers "IL: IB-the purijose'of the Council to make. UME .spot a place or rest and recreation Cor the' towns-'V pie, .and it. lylll be fitlert .with.J benches for 'tha iiccomui9dntion citizens Vho may desire to hour .on [lie Thp- Boartl of Trade. Is uotrbehind. In tills inntler, and as they from the-C.'P.-R. IhaL-next year tlie Bta.tlpp. ivill be pvit linJor a (tale tlon with lawnfl and flowera All lli'is contributes ._ to .eiUbliihlBit'. the fact that. Mngrath is the' irioitVvv heautlful town In Southern and well 'worthy -ot the irf .the. "Garden City." Dispels in Snaaow ;