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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Momlay, June 23.1913 ill AM SATISFIED I CQULDIOT LIVE TteWoaierfil OXT., JAN. sgii, I91O "For thirty five 1 am cow t ni4n KViaiy) I bir col- exettin- th? influence they might If they followed closely ihg blsb and noble examples forth ID ihe ceremonial ot tbe orderT The grtat- cst charltj- is not in gUlag money to bospiial? and ihe IJSe. It ccraes in rescuing our flesh and blood, whether tbey are Free Masons or not." These the burning words near close of Yen, Archdeacon Hogbia's address to near a bucdred Lethbridse Prte Masons paraded to SL Cyp- rian's last nigbt fcr the annual di- vine service ot tbe order, marking the tnniTersary of St. Joan. Archdeacon Hogbin made ilie trip 10 l.-ethbridge to be with brother Masons on the occasion, lie is a P.M.G. ot the order, and is "well known here, basing offic- iated at tbe laying of the corner etoce of Central school several years ago; that ceremony being performed Knowing- Ws audiecce so well, the speaker Improved tbe opportunity by Fpeaklng In a very manner. Pracikal Fiwiaasonry-and practical were the basis cf his sermon, and he left hU hearers with the distinct understanding that the .hfgbest courts there U really litfle difference. A good Maton, of faith !n any Masoa. wreat- erners rather rrone to- bo hard- headed and reiuso beltere n tat Ihoy cannot see. And yet U is ihe simplest tbtng lu the world There Is filth in 'business life; why should ihwe not be faith in Ihe the will rise in ihe morniug; the farmtr believes ce reap where he why fho'Jld it be considered beseatb one's dignity to have faith In things spiritual caciiot be encoaa- passed one's The OnUe cannot cocirrehend iho Infinite, But there are ihe mosi palpable reasons for belisvlos in Due >fco tor good People have tbetr faith' shatea at times. They cannot understand if is good and loves His people. He should allow ibinRS to bappeu 'Rhich cannot, bo understocd at the time. But ihe test of time will tell the reasoc, aud show tbe God's choice. Vaith then should- cot be a ibing bard to admit. If here'were no in the what' sort of people would inhabit it. .ncentive to grow belter and stronger in character woutd there be. Fa'itV is tbe lucent he nblch helps to aver come these God has plac- ed in tbe thire Is continued tnc tpeafcer. 'Qod implanted lu hu- man heart the seed bope. H is a reaching out for some- thing higher and nobler and H Is hope of attaining something not quite defined la his mind tbat i 'Strenuous opposition by Major Har- dfe not. sntficifut to wear down the unanimous desire of the rest of the council Tor a mill rate less than 29 mills .first, and on 'Saturday, alter tVo hours' discussion, ibe council fixed tfce tax rate at 27 mills.- divided as' above. Two IB Trerc' chopped off the original figure. The paring not flone on the estimates. They left exactly as the> stood "when the meeting coavec- and SB contained In the Herald eeieral But1 revenue vrhich_had been allowed to remain In q'Jo, as It This 'amount represents the profits _ esti- mated from the operation of the elec- tric and .waterworks departments.. Last year these two utilities netted bad dooe their he not he other a follower of tte one perfect'Mail- Thai lextjnhich does duty so often on cccaETons sucb as tbat of last evening, chosen by Arcbdeacon. Hogbia: 'TaUh, hope these three, but tbe greatest-ol these is cbaYity." taken from the last "verse ot Chapter 13, St. epistle to .the If is not unusual, he said in" open.' IDE. to ficd Masons ivorsbipping In a a'Christian church. The order conies down from the ancient c-rrier of Operative Masons, the n who builded- tbe cathed'rals and ab- beys and monasteries' in Italy and ether Southern Europe. They didtheir .work It remains day, in almost as good a. slate of as when con itructed. He had visited an old ca> thedral built in England in 3tfO A.D, and tbe old marts of eicb Individual mason "were Etill to be seen. The> as well ivhere ihe tity over pront. ._ For three years, they cave averaged a pro- flt'of in spHe of generoas re- year in the price of lighting-current "Each year they haye'beeo applied to reduce tbe and' tbfs year-the course win be followed. i Bui, Mayo? Hardie objected in i. _._ jhost determined nranrer to a con- tfnaancV of :t tifa year. Ke contends that the profits of the EC plants should be set aside eacb year to form a sluhlng fund which would jjrovMe against possible emergencies trtd to rebuild Ibe plains in time to comt. It has beea a principle which te advocated erer since'ha made his campatgb last fall. But thft" aldermen voted down bis Intentions. They held that the lax rate this year was high, tbat the Jump was too great, and therefore 3513 not the time to make anj i'ucfc The city is fac- ._ ing a, deficit-ori street railway tbla jc'ar wblcb tee-profits on the other ttvb plants-will rcCTe than overcome. deficit is to bV met "out of general taiEUoa." then tbe prolits'from plants sbouia be thrown inlo ,tbe- melting pot to help out, "This appeaEed Aid.'Hamilton wco has been mzklng a dead ECI againEt the great increasejn on general account orer .other 'years; 1AloV Aird introduced, the 'motion to coniider the from efeclric as part ol'the year's (ax and fought, tbe principle through. it was hidden1 out of sight as where it was pla'nly to be seen. These old! masons h'ad drawn a spiritual comfort! oul-of. doing their wort Tftll, ED x II would stand the test-of .time. Ibough there is iatlonship ibis channel weea (ha 3fasons and the Church, Iberc Is another reason why they, may te expected to be found in God's own sanctuary." In the text lies the whole reason. All Masonry Is linked wp with religious work. Van, Archdeacon Hogbin saw no reason why there should be any lack tbe scientist i new discoveries: It Is the hope of every man, lo come nearer' ihe standard of the Man that v.-e should all hope to bope for." Charity is mentioned lusl, bul U is tbe greatest. The speaker here said bis words might surprise the audience b'ut from his o'vin acquaintance Free Masonry in the west, there is a lamentable of thai old spirit ot doing for one's neighbor what one S want the neighbor fo "do fo'r He heW that if tbe >'r.asoas of tbe province, individually and coliecj- teachings of the order EO far as they thje. ehaoiv-mentianed in the text, tb? i inte be yery different. do nolThe was. soity tVsay, the powerful iDacecce'" that .they might. Ritual is not everything in the order. It is the spirit ol Helpfulness to-ethefs that the reaS dynamic force behind the teachinss.'.-CThe lodge ca.nnot t the place 'otHhe. iBui it is tb.e band-maiden o'f the" cburcfaT And if the. order wishes to live up to ibe teachings on Vbich It founded tbere Ifte for 'good, nevor such an opportunity for exercising true The tbrec Masonic lodges of Ihe city Joined in com memo rating St John's North Star lodge xas led by W.SI.; Letb bridge Xo. 35 hy-J. W.M. and Charity lodge. No. 67 by Dr Thomson, -An. "jemergcnt coramuuicaHon, North I, A.F. wiiLbe heidjhfs evening, at S o'clock in the Masomc hall, at which the (Irs degree will conferred. The'breih ren of Lethbridge Lodge, N'o, S3, anears Dr. McQueen had In thei cf Alberta! and of his won- rfertut Influence -for good. He also1 paM tribute to the high standard of Lr, -McKectie's, quarter century o[ la China, and explained that election as moderator largely bectnBG of the interest espresBtd in -welfare etnce the recent re- IUKK'I uJ lit Tor the prayers of all .Ohmtlaii tbtt'-they might bs "guided aright in ol the country's affairs. of Assembly TieVe.waa not one pessimistic noto at the and Mr. Jrryan wojk. There been 17-1-.charge added during-the gre ftork nas fcee-n do'ne among Hie Kn Hsh 'peaking' immigrants. Twtnt tbousand Have been met at dlffe ent ports, and It is the aim of the 'i rartment .to to' them'all th church pmfieges to whtch" a actusiooied ?.t as many of (fee teem lo feel tbat they nWd not' pect sucb a tblng in a nea- country Missions The Prczbjterlan missions In to then lands beon allotted appro; mately to christianize, fell cate, evangelize and care for, and t! work marvellously hundl fy the past ytar, Mr. Bry; thought thai one of tbe greatest of the ihe fact lhat t of the prc-'Jftr-nl ol China 1 !ng trtucaled In Ihe fchool. "Ttils U a unKcd -A Summer Clearance Sale Long ago we planned and prepared to make this .a banner week of bargains, in: summer wear, not confining the occasion to a limited- number of articles, but combining this immense high-grade seasonable stock'from all departments into one grand disposal .of light summer clothing and furnishings for .everybody. In other words, summer comforts for men and women. .This is what the summer sale means at THE ROYAL STORE SILK AND WASH DRESSES The satisfaciory kinds that fully dem- onstrate the fact that we always hare the in greatest demand aid at prices women pay willingly. They come in women's. and misses' sizes, made of fine imported, plain, itripe and brocaded silks, fine linent, cham- brays and ginghams, neatly trimmed. The colors are blue, mauve, (an, pink, grey, Copenhagen, brown, champagne, and cream. Every dress a splendid fitting model, good values at the regular prices. Sale 25-35 p.c. Discount LADIES' SUITS 36 only" in ihe season's creation. 7he most wanted popular shades and styles, full rauge of slies. Half Price LADIES'RAINCb ATS Severity-five of these Knsllsh Paramettaa and Rubberized Coats, just the thing Cor summer and fall body asmlusl rain and wind. Reg- ular prire- JS.OO to 125.00. to .WAISJTS '3 'lip LadleV Mull Embroidered Waists, neat summer Regular price Sale price 95c SiUcrWSiticind odd Skirts 25 per'cent. FURNISHINGS 15 dozen Men's flee Zephyr ShttlF. odd Hoes, ready lo clear. Regular prices at ai t3.00. Sale price 85c 20 dozen fine soft raaleHals, .In neat tU goods, some lounge coHari, others soft collirs atticbed, good 'vllues J1.50. Sale price 95c HOSE Twenty dozen Lisle and Cash- mere Hose ia neat colored shadeG, also plain black and Ian. Regu- lar price 10 cents. _ Sale price 25c Forty dozen Lisle in all popular shades the best value has ever Good value at 60 Sale price 35c CAPS dozen only, tn blue 'Fergc oo'ortd twoeis and worsteds. Regular values up to a. Dollar. Sale price 50c SUSPENDERS 25 dozen odd lines, to At25c BELTS Good 15c and To AtSOc MEN'S SUITS Spccbl blue and black Engltah Sttef, guana- leed (ndfgo dye, perfect fitting and best of Hafiie. Good value at 5M.OO, Sale price Keg. Sale Price...; Reg. Snle Price 816.50; Sale Price Reg. 518.00; Sale Price 1 Sale Price 1 Price Reg. Sale Price Reg. Sale Price Shades of tan. srey, brovm, blwlt, ftwa BDd dark Tvccd Mliturw. TROUSERS We hare bezn coDpralulate'l by iundwds have already bought and thesg tbelr that these trousers are tho btst Viliw they have just Ihink, brand new seuonbta j'oodl, lit neat stripes and plain shades, worsted and tvetdi prices to' J4.60. Sale and MEN'S HATS All nev stock and every shade and shape. Reg. S2.00; Sale Reg. Sale Beg. Sale I Reg. Reg. Si.OO; Snle Straws and Panamas bare quite a rango in etraw values. Sale 25 p.c. Discount 5J2-3rd Ave. South ri all torma oE said 3rjan, "and is Ibe fisStlrij arm of the lurcff. The first ear of'ils oreanizatioh were shown o be only 42060, whereas tils rear SO.OCO has been 'used, and -111 be required next These gures alone show Tvhatvthls branc'n of tbe church is Sunday ichools and >oang le's societies are" ood work, and are advancing in lerabershlp steadily. >lr. Bryan made special reference 0 the turn of tbe tide as regards the umber of college students who are akiog up" theology with the intention f entering the-' ministry. Another utstandins feature of the assembly :as tbe application In' person of 10 [utbenlans who represented the heads T as many Independent Greek Cath- lie congregatioas. for admittance to he Presbyterian-fold.- Church Uniopn -The conclusitn !hat the movement award church union he consummated vith no unnecessary delay, which yas lecidcd on br a.rote of 173 to NBS orlefly touched on by the speaker.. le thought that, the feeling toward charch union Brown by I and that'such a union ia Can- ada-was impelled by the samp ,hich caused the unicn of the Unit; d and Pree ciinrchea in The problems here arc a great .lore vast than In Scotland, and Mr. Bryan thought that the little causes of friction dispensed, wjttl, as only hindered the advance- ment of the kingdom "Church'union 1 rtecesfarr in dealing -Tilth the jrohlfims tbal confront said Mr. Irjan In closing, "and Jl. must come we are to.successfully'-mcetitrjfl cope with 'r -In the evening.the formal report of he Congress i-a's submldert by Re'i'. >lr.-Brjan arid Robert ho also a oelegate from St.-An- drew's They 'emphasized three points, namely the variety, vastness and vitality of, (he J hat ti i a vision 'of enlarged purposed, h 'as came to Paul, on hfs r (o Damascus, and Pejer.ori the housetop in Jppra- in- the evening. The church on holh occasions -and Mr. Estimable Macleod Man Suffer- ing From Cancer New Pastors in Churches Macleod, Alia, June 23. Frank Gripr, son ol H. Grier, has btefl attending ll-.e Western Canada College at Calgary, has velurned oung and oM foxes and 'a- few brought EII inuch oat IhO'JSiUct dolltnt eicb, Richards mode 3' very favorable im- pression bis ntw congrcgatioa. Jr.'Hichards was recently stationed f Red and succeeds Rev. Mr. lishop, vrho has been moved from lacleod to Calgary. UeT. P.. Boyle, late pastor of the 'resbytfrian church here, arrives in acleod from Toronfo on' IT. Hoyle bas been atfenninj the j'eneral Assemblr aad it is rumored hat he -mill shortly take charge ol he work ol the Presbyterian church at' Fernie, U. C. His successor at lacked, Tfev. B. H. Smith, of Fred- iricton, B., is expected in Mac- eod about July 1st.- J. Graham, formerly oi' the staR I .the Union Uank here, and now telier at the Medicine Hat olfice, is spending his. holidays in Macleod. Work on the 'Arr.rtican hotel is bc- ng rushed as fast ?.s possible in or- der that the hotel will be ready for occupancy h> September 1st. The irick work is already completed to the first storey anil the bar in" the new building will DC ready by Augusl 1st. All the room? on the first floor the Macleoil General again able to attend practice hospital, lo his legal Max Stuart has sold his 326 acre Isrm near I'mce to J. Stinson, Grind The price paid for tbe lirm, is ons of the best faiminf districts in Southern Albcr ta, was fairly good. Mr. Stuar leaves cm Thursda> fcr Calgary ant will later go to llegina, ivhere he go Into business. A ot the shareholders o (he Vatmer's Klevalor Co Ltd was hfld at the clevalor on Friday .biit on account of the Tokio, June Koicrnment considers the anli-Americari mecUnjs which are being held here so unlm- liiat it Las made no effort lo suppress thfm. It has the newspapers not to quote the in- scription written on the nails of tho American embassy on the ground that it would tiieagi- ot the niw buiWinR will be the-most lotion, which is drclnted to be ttir- J ial and not representative ol modern and nl any in Mac- eod, each containing a separate bath and other late conveniences. Miss M. Lockwood, who has for Ihe past Uo'ivecks been conducting -a school ot lancy-work tor the ladies o! Mattecd, in the Oddfellow's Hall, hns left again [or Calgary." She will return here agkin In the course of two months." J who has niianci- it decided to the meeting until later. The- f oiticcrs, etc., for (lie en- r, ami nthct huitness was H was, liotieicr, anndunc- ed lhat the elevator ha'l bcen'oper- afcd'Vilth a goo'1 profit iluting.the last season. _- Ilev. Austin Tlit'hards rTtacncd tiis sermon ,in at .thp Methodlsi church on Sunday morn- Ing, and conducted .tlic service again conducted Dobcrer's big sale, has al- so returned lo Calgary. Miss Leslie M.J'roud, who has hccn attending School in Montreal, is el-peeled to active in 'Jlacleod on Monday morning': and wjll spcnii her boIMajS with her hrother, 0. M. Proud, manager ol the Union Bank. The mariy Irfenrts of Thos. :uslotns agent In the Lauricr wiU'be'sorty to Itarn pt in health- in the Macleod (Jfntral hospital. Mr. lltggins has been confined to the hos- pital for some months now will, can- cer of the stomach, anrt bis death li expected daily by thf atlcriding physicians. The Misses S. and M. Kraser, ol Calgary, are at prestnt.visiting their Mrsi J. S. Piper, at th? bat- Through Hon. Duncan Marshall, Mlnhlir ol Agiiciilturc, the Mar- Icod Creamer) associati'.'n have sc- outed a loan ol (rom the gov- ernmrjit, which will he hiuorl on the iccurlly- n[ .flic properfv just ai snun as llic, air cmnplelcd. 'i'hls he used as w-orVing capital in Ihg up- ese Public