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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November II. IIUI. ENGLISH PARSON WHO BELIEVES WOMEN CAN KEEP AiSECRET Rev. Dr. Cobb Has Fbunded the Honorable Fraternity of Ancient Masonry, to Which He Admits Women London. Nov. is nothing i masonry, says the llev. Dr. Uohli. oumlcr or Iho Honorable Fraternity of Ancient .Miisoury, thai (orblUs tl.V) In- lusion of women, and he that Colmt XefvalMa Schwuheu J., Mr. IVtt'rson, forauiin- foe Ilir Grant Smith construction Company, lias hiM'ii Inlil up wil.li a sprained wrist for sin-i-ial wrek.s. Alter hav- ing it sprained went oui shooting nii'l caught Mihl j( anil It Is now very puiiifiii. WAS A GOwO BOY Berlin, Nov. crown princo lid not appear at yosterday's tiobirin Reichstag, but Instead cruised the hey are (inlte uu capable of prosftrv the secrets of the society as tile I'Jii. So women are admitted to his ihe rest of Ihe unison- vvol'id Is laughing. Dr. Cobb is tho vicar of St. Ethel The ifbsenco of the prince from tire house nave color lo Ihe report that he had incurred his father's tllsplens- tire Thursday, uiid would not again attend debate for the mirposc of hoar- PHOTOS AT JORGENSON BROS. Are HIP host. They JUT made by artists who tako pride in [heir work uiid always deliver a pert'e.ot; job. They have received a wide rano-c of Christinas {Supplies, consisting of all (he newesel You should get-your PHOTOS FOR CHRISTMAS al, once. See us next week. Studio 3rd Ave.'S. Beside Baptist Chumi burua-B Church in the heart of th, old osprcaslv frojn City of London, niul it waB hero 1 Danzhj in Berlin found him. selfish A selfish man never realizes how few friends he has until he finds him- self laid up for repairs In a hospital. Just in Passing By "Weary" "I beloiiAetl to the Grand Lodjto ot K'nglund for many ho asid, "but 1 stuv -that few people took it seriously. Though, of course, they keep uj) a largo number of charitable institutions, they do little vilse but eat, jdiuners. Originally masonry wus j religious movement, which insisted j jthiit spiritual life the most im- portant. In the process of time, the i c 'spi-Uualsicte of masonry has boon lost! honcst now- did -vo" cv" In to siRht and it has become too mater- nrc sec dogs in a Some years ago 1 was at- tracted to a form of masonry p Used by Annie Besant, and becom- ing interested in it, 1 Joined. Hut I found her too autocratic altogether. All members were hound in obedience to her, and this seemed inconsistent jwith tho sphit of masonry as I untler- stand it. So J left her society and I some time after 1 and a few I we were five in to found [a lodge of our own. Now we uum- iber 150. "The aim of our fraternity and the jftim of the church are identical. I, Ihat aim is to deepen the splr- A French Loaf to sifiht and it has become too mater-! at-! r G HS there in tbis premier city of Alberta? Did yon ever take a walk the street, it docs] jnot matter count the nnm-1 ;ber of Canines of every tribe and kin-j tired of the genus dog? it sure is I some array. The Calgary dog show is simply chased off the map. Dogs with pedigrees as long" us your arm mingle democratically with dogs J which are just dogs, and you fall ig- jnonilnlously over one 10 find his mate 'staring insolently into your face. They're a source of perpetual Joy, fnn, to the man who would rather ride take it iij til ;um ib iu aim- Uual life. This being so. there is no'" noth- ing a mongrel dog likes bettor than to chase a man on a bike. It seems to HTOiise in him the primeval spirit of ;lhe chase. They chase chickens, too, To (Rrguinenl that can be brought for- jward to uphold thte exclusion of wo- I men. The term 'brotherhood' is a j contradiction if It dees not include them. There are a mrge number of unattached masons wno, like myself, twhen they run at large, which i his masonic life." does the Lodge of England say io'your "Of course, they have, called us to book severely about it. But I main But the little matter we would like good citizens to stop and ponder is se that I hire 'done nothing to An irascible. flea-hiKen, maugy. mongrel wanders in- For the Bride No gift is more acceptable than silver- ware. Remember ihat i is the original "Rogers." It is j "Silver flate that Wean" Made in the heaviest grade of plate, and first in quality. PUBLIC INCENSED BYJHASSACRE Revolutionists Gain Pres- tage as i Are Alarmed Shanghai, Nov. massacre' it Nanking has aroused public senti- men-; here today to a high pitch ind ,'indoilbtedly added to the prestige o! Ihe revolutionists .who since tho flrfi. outbreak, have maintained order anti ftvoicted unnecessary bloodshed. The North China News, the leading for- eign newspaper here, commenting on the massacre says: "It is not whether the Manclm Or the Chinese prevailed, j for in point of fact tne Chinese have I prevailed and tlra government is par- julyzed, but it is a question of inno- jcent human lives and the slaughter of I non-combatant women and children, j The Christian powers have not the right to the naimj if they can wit- ness such crimes in silence." The Associated Press is Informed by the revolutionary leaders that their organization each day is hucominz' more perfect, and that It will be only a matter of a few days when every province will he separately organized and ready to attend a national con- vention to elect the now president. Wu Ting Fang says ample funds will be forthcoming, that order will be maintained. "Why Wu Tins Fang asked the correspondent of the Associated Press, "doesn't your gov- ernments recognize us. We are the Cold Weather ______Hits the Farmers (Continued from front uage) that whatever is. In his shaggy coat. match this one is worth a fortune to your digestion. Whoever bakes its _ equal will become popular with lovers of good living and eating We Raise the Dough at our bakery as well as at our bank, and all because of the excellence of our French bread Quit having sour stomachs and indigestion. -Use our French bread and be healthy. Nothing like it on earth Phone 1181 tine. "Furthermore, the feminist move- mg that it might happen again. ment cannot he ignored. Looking the events of the last few j Now, dogs are nice, at least sonre :with some complacency until spring. Tho heavy, storms of the past forty- eight hours have delayed traffic and iin some districts telephone and gluph wires have been interrupted, cutting off communication. With ihe mercury twenty below at some points the fuel scarcity in newly opened dis- tricts of Saskatchewan is likely to be- come acute. German Press on Crown Prince (Continued from front page) protectors 'of foreign life and Perty in China, the government has ;one helpless. We pledge to observe ;utr treaties and. the recognition of republicans as bel'igrents, as tire best method of stopping the slaugh- ter." There appears to be some founda- tion here for the report that the presi- dency has been offered to Yuan Shi Kai. HOW MANY PEOPLE USE A O TOWEL BEFORE YOU DO The best way to cure a disease it to prevent it. EDDY'S SANITARY.. PAPER TOWELS are soft, ibjorbent, economical, pleasant to me, and GUARANTEE CLEANLINESS. Sold In rolli. containing 600 ton-els, siz. 11 i IB With handsome nickle all pickeil In rfi f if fi neat, sealed curtoti.................