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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE n.r. goes to To- ronto! as pastor of Centennial Method- dst church. Tonight and Tuesday 1.I.S.WIW ON "1 IDEAL WiAN" Hev. J. S. nauih of Spokane deliv- ered a stirring, earnest and practical address to a mass meeting of women In the Christian church yesterday af- ternoon. The reverend gentleman-bas- ed his remarks on the woman's chap- ter of the Old Testament, the 12th chapter of Proverbs, taking aB.hls sub- ject, "The Ideal -Mr. Raum said In part: "Physical beauty is not essential, but the thins which outlives us is the beauty of character. Tile first is the sign on the oulsWe, the last is the real guest within. Beauty of soul stamps itself oh the world." The Virtuous Woman "A virtuous woman is one who has the- manly courage to say no to the in- sidious social customs that ruin hus- liands and sons. Some women inaugu- rate the habit of smoking cigarettes and drinking wine, and others KATHLYN One Week From Today 'JUDITH OF BETHULIA" MONDAY'S GRAIN Winnipeg; Mail., June closing prices on the gram ex- changes today Open Closl July 91W October V- SI July October. i. July1..-..' "139'.2 142 November H-M: 142% Decemue'r H- Closing Prices Up. i- Northern No2- Northern 89W No. >-o. 3. 39 No. 3 No. 4 Heard Inspiring Sermon by Brother Mason-Grand Mast- er Jackson Present I cthbriclEC Masons held their an- nual church parade last evening when Ihcv attended divine service at Wes- ley'church, where they were adiliess- cd hv a brother in the emit. Bev. O li. Cobbledick. ('.rand Master .Judge Jackson, head of the order in Alberta, led the parade, and other Grand Lodge officers were present The attendance was one ol the larg- have I cst ever seen at the divine service fear the icr the patten, that was shown to next affair. It takes courage to re- fuse to touch the glass that destroyed the husband, father or son. We need women with such courage. Rome boasted that she had no vir- tuous women, Rome fell; and our country is secure only so long as our ;women are pure and virtuous." The Helpmate "Many a man is led to embezzle to satisfy the cravings of a wife, thce in the Exodus From this text Rev. Cobbledick de very inspiring and -applic showing the relevance o -the ideals of the order in the build ing oi C-hristlikc humanity. After congratulating Hie order 01 its remarkable growth in tills pnr. nee, there being members at the present lime, one-fifth of whom have been added in the past 1 HAVE GAINED FIFTEEN POUNDS SinM Taking "Fruit-a-tim" And Feel like A Person" OUT., June isth. "I a general storekeeper tt the address and, account of the good 1 have from Mine I recommend them strongly lo my customers, ihey were a great boon to me, I can te 1 you, for about two years aKo, I was U.d lip in bed with vomiting autl a most terrific pain at the base of my 6kl.ll. Tins pam licarh- drove me mod. Doctors feared t would turn to Inflammation of the Brain, Until I was cured. I have gained fifteen pounds since takiuR "I'mit-a-Uves and I verily believe they saved me from a disastrous 5oc a box, 6 for trial size, At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tivM Limited, Ottawa. FOR ALIMONY SENSATION IN SOCIAL CIRCLES IN CANADA'S CAPITAL CITY COUNTER ACTION Ottawa, June or less nf a sensation has Ix'fn caused in poli- tical and social circles in the Capital j by an action for alimony taken by Mrs. Margaret Helcourt against her husband, Senator N'. A. Brlcc.urt, of Ottawa, and a coiinlcr-aHiim by the latter for the recovery of his three children. Senator ficiconrt is seeking the re- turn of his children on a writ oi habeas corpus. He alleges that they were taken away from his home by his wife when she loft hint on Mas- is. The writ on which the action is based has been Bled in the office oi the Ontario Supreme Court in Tor- onto. The case will not likely be call- Pincher Creek, Alia., June Is indeed with deep regret that we re- port the death of Helen Douglas Laur- ence, beloved wife of Wm. H. Upton, who passed away Saturday, June 20, Sherman Theatre 2 Nights Commencing Tues. June 23rd Gertrude Ritchie in dramatization of pictures, showing some of onto The case will not likely he call- .Moving pictures, snowing aujiic u. cd until I he fall sitting oi the court the principal scenes of the Empress of Senator Beleourt married Miss Ireland disaster, caused by the collier Mary Margaret Haycock, v.-ho is his second wife, in 1903. ENQUIRY INTO MAJESTIC ACCIDENT St. Louis, Mo., Jun federal inquiry into the sinking of the excur- sion steamer -Majestic in the Missis- p.m., in: the Memorial Hospital. rjver near st. Louis early Sat- year, Rev. Cobhledick went on to many a man uses business methods wjt.h the similarity between the be never -before even dreamed of to o! Masonry und I obtain something for those at home. The true wife stands beside her hus- band and -lielps him and does him good all the days of her life. It Is no disgrace for the woman ill the home to work with .her hands. -We believe in honest industry and toil. In the New England states there is> recognized, tliel.aristocracy .or famlU'. other places acknowledge.the aristoc- racy of worst aristocracy I that ever'cursed a In this western country we acknowledge We don't was. or 53 V4 52 JJiO. 1. N. W. No. 2 C, W. Minneapolis. Wheat .Open Baptember. December S'Wt ChloSie'Wheat 3u1y S1% 137% 134% W.rtarn Stock SKchano. Leand _ Wire) [Alberta Petroleum .1" Black Diamond 5.00 5.00 British Canadian.. -S Dome....... .70 .18 .18 .70 .67 .11 .11V4 of John Methodist J-iedmont. Sunbeam.. Miilon Paiific Wwtern Pacific.. Okotbtal 1.60 .421 he aristocrary. of work, care who a man's father vhether he has money, but what can ._ do. We despise the man who lives on the industry. oE others." Helping Others "The woman who is most busy at home has the most time for. her needy sisters and neighbors. All around are opportunities tb4 raise those 'who are ana'-'sihs'.'" Often women will trample a fallen sister un- der' foot, wliHe-.thei-. welcomes th.e'jna.n Into their homes. There should be one law for the woman, and the man. Recently a judge.'in. Taooma, Wash., In trying.such a case, is the man? 1 will not convict the girl unless I convict' Wo- man is behind man's succase. Jlen often scoff at religion and churches, but very few indeed are there who have not confidence in a good woman. A boy or girl never gets away, from a praying motbor antl her good life." Mr. Raum closed with an earnest appeal to those to lead the fifcher and Slbe religious life that Christ might say of them as of the woman in the New Testament, hath done what she-could." Christianity. Though one cannot take the place of ihe other, he said, they arc co-wort ers in the best thing there is in Hie, Masonry being' a product of Chris- tianity. The intimate relation be- tween the church and the craft is ex- emplified in the life of Zinzindc-li, one of the greatest Christian leaders Ger- many ever produced, and Wesley, the father oi the church. The highest in the nation re- cognize the aims anrl ideals of the order, for the late King Edward was Grand Master oi the Grand Lodge of England, and he was succeeded by our Governor-General, the DUkc of Connaught. Operative masonry is almost as old as the world. Speculative Masonry, a product of the more modern times, seeks to apply the rules of the. tools and- rules of the builder mason to life to the glorification of the Great Builder. "Back of everything -that is built, "said the speaker, "is a plan, is some man's vision, his brain before it is even put on aper. So in life, the ideals of life re the essentials of life. The ideals The deceased was in her thirty-sec- ond, year, and was well-known and j highly esteemed, having taught school here prior to her marriage, and since then has her time to -13 19 2.80 2.05 .20 4.50 .17 Filing Continues on oil leases continues IY althonyh Practically flTery foot of property, is. taken up. There ure.only threa or four seotions left in Coutt's diitrtct. NOTED BRITISH RAILROAD BUILDER PASSE? AWAY London, June Brannby WlKlams, who probably Had more to do tliftn any other man with the con strucUon of the earlier railways In tu< British Isles, disd here today. H< also planned and built many ot tin Italian, railways, as well as thousand! of n.llos of Russian lines. The Devine Street Methodist churcl at Sarnia was destroyed. by fire. Alberta Anglicans Would Abolish the Bar Calgnry. Alts.., June An- glican Sxnod on record as lie- ing la-favor of the "ulioliuli the bar" movement. By a unanimous vote the Synod ftdonlisd the report of the stand-: ing committee, recom- miiiMlUw :that the 'provincial govern- 'mint.'be inemorlaliwrt to appoint a commission of experts to suggest leg- I'ar, and to tile sale of aWsoholIc nnd sirfrit- nous liquors under the direct manage- jnant of the government, resolution submitted 'was that, in order to diioourage drinking, all church peo pie should pledge 'themselves nelthe to treat or be treated In any tar room. Tliis -.rss adopted ly by a standing vote. Still another recommendation thn Was approved was that the deparl ment of education be petitioned t. provide a course in all the uppe grades of the public schools and th high schools oii the effects of alco holic and spirituous drinks, tl: course to be conducted either by araduate physloian or a teacher in structed by one.. CANADA LINE DIRECT TO CO NT Montreal Itarabiirt Rottwdam. if Direct Swrlce. Mttt no tmnii Ttimiu N E N T PALLANZA July 3 work in several societies, including the Women's Institute and the Lad- ies' Hcopltal Auxiliary, of which she was secretary-treasurer. She was a'i- so a prominent worker of St. John's Church. During a visit to Winnipeg about a ear ago, Mrs. Upton was dangerously II and had not entirely regained her trength since that time. On Mon- day last a son was born, who pre-de- ceased his mother after one short, hour's life. The deepest sympathy is felt for the Borrowing iiustia'nd, and for Mrs. Laurence, her mother. Mrs. Laur- ence was summoned to her daughter's bedside about six weeks ago, and re- nained until the end. Mr. Laurence, jrother of the deceased, arrived on Sunday morning.' Interment will take place at the old home at MordenV; Maul .Numerous beautiful floral offerings have been sent, both from representatives' of the different societies, and from sympath- izing friends. urday morning, was begun here to- day. One life was lost in the sinking of the shin, .which struck the founda- tion of the new intake tower of the municipal waterworks, one hour after nine hundred girls and women had heen put ashore at Alton, 111. Stors'ad ramming the Empress of Ire- land, and-resulting in the death of more than a thousand lives, 'will be offered as an extra to an ail-feature programme- at Starland next Monday and Tuesday. This remarkable film shows Rlmouski, Father Point, the wireless station there, and nearly all the ships that have been connected the rescue, including Lady Eureka, Catier and the Slor- stad. The latter ship is much dam MEXICAN DAUGHTEKS AT DUKE OF- CON- NAUGHTS GARDEN PARTY c treasure are the greatest things n life. They are the plan wer-.strive o build to." That was Rev. Cobbledick's losson o the Masons, to strive to build .eir lives according to the ideals of icir lives and rder, for those et before us In the ideals of theii ideals are the ideals the Divine Builder. MEDIATION CRITICAL Niagara Falls, OnL, June Mediation has reached a critical stage. There is only one thing eo must settle her troubles in her si must settle her troubles in her own war. The mediators have given up hope of themselves picking a 'pro- visional president acceptable to both Federals and rebels, and are today engaged In trying to bring the Muerta and constitutionalist delegates together to see If they can agree. There is not much hope, Gener- al Villa's action of Friday in riani- Ing Angelo as provisional presi- dent belns a stumbling block. The Huerta delegates have been grant- ed permission by their government to meet the rebel delegates. INVESTIGATE LAUNCH ACCIDENT Syracuse, N.T., June invest- igation of the launch accident, which resulted In the drowning of twelve people In the Oswego river last night was being made today, under the di rection of Coroner Moore. There were twenty persons in the boat, ant It was reported today that the crnt was licensed to carry not more thai ten passengers. FIRES AT 'HAT Hat. Alta., June small fires on Saturday night burned a stable, and did small damage to i grocery store in the suburb g HartU r. KkcUi A tti. MHcCail St.. TORONTO Elaborately Mounted Production SPECIAUXIATINEE 'WEDNESDAY 75c and Jl.M. Matinee 60c. aged, and shows the anchor which spitted the Empress of Ireland in two. It further shows the captains and crew of some of these boats and rescued people. Taking this picture all through, it is the most timely and Interesting pic: ture in the moving picture world to- day. Although this great special 'was secured only by considerable expense by Starland, there will be no raise In the admission for this added attrac- tion. Starland always gives its pat- rons the benefit ot all the big features: CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice to the Public As the Entrance and Exit the Street Cars is front end, of the car, the, cars must stop at the near side of any in- tersecting street in order to avoid blocking, that street; that is the car must stop before crossing nuy intersecting street, Will you kindly remember this and help the service by being on the right side oi the street when you wish to.get on! ears. A.'KEID COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES Senor B Rabasa, one of Huerta's delegates to the peace and nflis four daughters who were present afCraigleigh, the home of Sir Mmnnd! TorS at the Duke's garden party. The presence the four young ladies occasioned much interest. ___.flterft toon board JiHIic before' PrraM TUktU frmn iH Point, Pncw. neftrwt' r or Stmwhlp Tlrkct (31 W. M. MACLEOD Agent 333 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. SCENE-FROM "THE SHEPHERO OF AT THE SHERMAN..TWO NIGHTS, JUNE 23 AND REASON'S FOR USING Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany' beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal lime. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquul foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but-one that we can back up by proof; Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those: who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it !c convalescents because it is a tonic. THELETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;