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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August 13. 1012 THE LETTTBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Shrewd For inside residential or subdivision property MITFORD COMPANY DO YOU WANT. A MODERN HOME! New 7 fully modern houitlme of the members of the quorum should be Riven continuously to preaching at home. f Apostle Whitney gave a doctrinal address in which he .emphasized some of the leading doctrines of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Ho referred to Mormonlsm as a relig- ion of common' and drew at- tention to the fact that because it simple men despised it. The apostle showed a mixed lineage in the early life of tho church, and showed how it was natural now for Mdrmon people to take ''Gentile" views of things within the' Mormon church. Baptism for the dead brought out apt reference to "Dante's and showed the message o' Christianity in the thirteenth-century. Mr. Whit- ney referred t0 God as a married man and our having a mother In heaven a married woman. He called atten- tion to his belief thai we begin life in eternity where we lay it down In time; and that we carry our faults and passions with us into the next world if we have not conquered them H-eaven, he spoke of, as a place progression where there is plenty to do, and there things done here are continued only on higher literally a literal heaven. In touch ing marriage he advised the people to go to the Temple at Salt Lake City and be sealed for eternity as welt as for time.. People who marry for .time that Is people married any place other than the Temple at Salt Lake City will at death have no husband or no wife, as the case may 'be, in heaven, Officers Sustained At the close aXteruoon ses- sion the officers.of the stake 'were presented by II, Budd, clerk, and all unanimously sustained. Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate .Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 11S3, 1210, 1007. The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE INSURANCE Real Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE Worth Looking Up! Lots 3 and 4, Block E, corner 7th Avenue and 12 St. at 1-4 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months. and "Annie Laurie" should be devoted to the ball '.room." He 'advised that the. choosing 'of hymns for ladies young men's meetings priesthood meetings and so forth that regard should be taken as io whet he i the words suitable or not. Largest Crowd Sunday Afternoon Another; general meeting was held Sunday afternoon, and notwithstand- ulaled the people In turning, out injing fact that it rained, standing such large numbers, especially when HERE! loti, corner 7th Avenue and 19th Street South, bird and 12 months. corner 7th Avenue and 18th Strec.t South, balance 8 ind 12 L. S. RIPLEY CO. t was remembered that harvesting was now on, and so many people .busy Mrs. H. S. Allen reported the work of the primary association throughout he stake. Five organizations are at work and In these officers are working well, and the lessons are gone over once a week before they are present- ed to the children. Such subjects as "Mormon church "History of the children of "Life "Life of John 'the "Home and "Love in the home" are subjects that are being treated beginning at the highest grade down kindergarten class. Jos. Harker, of Magrath, reported for the religion class. He said that In some wards the work had been quite successful, but a quarantine at Magrath had somewhat Interfered with the work, but it was anticipated throughout the stake that with, the opening of 'public schools the half hour in each day allotted for of religion in the school would be taken advantage of. j T. 0. King, of the stake, Sunday Bchool board, spoke on behalf of the high council of the church, taking Sunday school work as his topic. Apostle Whitney gave the first of the series of addresses at the Sun- day morning meeting, speaking on the stability of the Mormon people, and he sort of people which this country would make. Mr. Whitney is a'man room was at a premium. President Allen -was In the chair, and opening prayer was made by Wm. Wood, a veteran of the Crimean war, present at the sieg'3 of Sebastapool, formerly of Magrath, and now of Utah. JOB... W.McMurrin was the first speaker, and directed the of his hearers mainly to an outline of :the benefits to be derived from asso- ciations in the Mutual Improvement .ssociation's of the church. He called attention to a proposal on the part of the genera.1 'board to do away with the Mutual Improvement associations on the ground thai iheir work ,was Stake S. Allen, Theo. Brandley, Orrin H. Snow. 'High council and alternates: John T. Heninger, David F. Fawns, Hyram W. James ;B. .Ririe, Win. R. Stev-ens, Thos, O. King', itay Knight, Walter Ackroyd, David F. Stevens, Ephraim B. Hicks, Fraucig B. Rolfson, John F. Emll David- P.--Woodruff. Stake clerk and. assistant: Geo. H. Bu'dd, Geo. T. Wride. (High priests presidency: Of sou A. Woolley, John L..Gibb, Thos. Har- ris, John F. secretary. First elders quorum: "Nephi Harker, James Ackroyd, John Steele, Ira Flet- ;her, secretary. Second elders quorum; Zehulon Skousbn, Earl H. Scovil, JOB. K. Hicks, D. G. Selmau, secretary. :Third elders quorum: Niels C. Pet- erson, S. ttiley Clark, Franklin O. Steed, Jonn'Oler, secretary. Fourth elders quorum: Lester E. Holman, (other members not. -President Knight Academy, Ernest Bramwell. Board'of education: Heber S.. Allen, Theo. Brandley, Orrin H.- Snow, Ray Knight, Levi Harker, Edward J. Wood Thos. Duce, Stirling Williams, Geo. H.'Budd, secretary-treasurer. Home missionaries: LeRoy Jonseii John Steels, Smith Ackroyd, C. W Stoddard, D. H. Elton, H. Os-tlund, A Briggs, J. R. McLean, S. J. Wing, D Millar, W. G. Eldridge, O. P. Asplund L. R. HoiTTmlj, ,i. IT. ,iiajTiCo, H, PowelK Irving Carter, Fayne Milner Geo. 0. Wall, Jos. S. Brandley, Alfrec Spackrnan, Ernest Bullock. Relief Society: Sarah A. Mercer, McCarly, Jenzeel Merkley, Ver- onn Redd, secretary; aids, Mary A, Anderson, Harriet AJlred. Sunday school: Ernest Bramwell. James K, Elision, John Powelson, M. King, secretary. Aids: David R .Fawns, T. 0. King, O. F. Ursenlmch, Dessa Johnson, Fannye H. Walker, Mary Boyson. Young .Men's 'Mutual Improvement: Mark H. Brimhall, Albert H. Powell, Joseph A. NMIoosn, B. Spencer Young, R. V. GIBBONS CO. the latter part. Erne Braihweil, of the Knight Academ closed the conference 'with prayer. Mutual Improvement Sunday Nigh On Sunday night the Young Ladie Mutual Improvement association m in the meeting the young met in tho oper house. A-t the young ladies'..meeting, th subject of organization-was taken u Such subjects as. "Establishment an Prophetic Purpose" and "WJiat ith years have "Advantages' i living under "K ponsibllity Incident'.to en covered by Priesthood i ailli Franklin 0. Steed, meetings, and other organizations improvement: within the church, but aft a discus- sion of the proposal it'was found that an anumlanl. field for this work for men in this association and the general board has heartily "'ap- proved of Its work. In speaking of :he observance of Sunday, President McMurrin said that there was a'con- dition in Utah unknown in Canada. Sunday is practically an open day, and all kinds sports are carried on on natj very CompH- mentary filings lo say about the adop' tion of the half holiday In the Sugar Town and other places in Southern Albert a. Speaking of the introduc- tion of athletics and other recreations and entertainmenJs into the work of the Young People's associations, he remarked that It was not new, of learning, and his different address. Brigham Young'had erected in Salt os bore the stamp of authority. Asj Ij8kc city a theatre where people wall as being a noted lecturer. Apostle! might see performances of an cdu- Whitney Is a writer of some and entertaining character. works Is "History ofj speaking of missionarien who go Utah" in twelve volumes which has abroad the president remarked that become almost a classic in .Mormon I no effort was made to prepare these Margaret, Gordon, May Weed, Jna Krickson, Ltira Kedd, secretary; aids, Lottie II. Knight, Zllpha Bramwel Marjorie McCarty. Primary Association: Amy L. Allen, Elizabeth King, Nettie pahl, Louie S. Taylor, secretary: aids, Elsie Steven- son, Louisa Alston, Guinevere Brlm- hail. tilsie M. Clark, Mnltlc. Klnsey, Mary K, Rnusc. Annie Cooper, Mahlc Powelson, Rachael Kirkham, Helta. Walton, Religion class: Joseph J, Marker, John J. Korsythc, John .1. Gib.u, WII- ford Heningcr, secretary.' President, Allen in a closing ad- dress thanked the people for their attendance and for the it which had been shown at the con- ference. Mrs. Ericsqn presided at the organ and the choir was under the lender- ship of C. ,F. Tollostmp! The Hosan- na anthem, which was composed for the opening of the temple ai Salt City, sung us a closing hymu, and the congregation Joinod in gaged the attention of the girls the 'evening. Mrs. F. Gordon pr sided and ;several of- the, ladies the organization took part in the'di Young Men Meet In the opera house the Young .Men Mutual Improvement association and was attended by both Apoatl Whitney and .President McMurrin, B. Spencer Young spoke on the I. A. fund, and. what it -was bein used for He explained that a par of. the money was. devoted to th keeping of the books of the'genera loard, a part to defray the .expense of sending delegates such as Pres dent McMurrin to such, as this, and sending church' period! cals to missionaries on the field, President Bramwell of the Academ; gave a very deep and; instructive pa per on vocations, showing the of a .vocation and and pur pose-.of life.. "What is the best book In ing course was a subjec on the list for discussion, and was spokec- -to by Geo. T. .WrMe, librarian of the Young .Men's Mutual Improve merit association. .The speaker was of the opinion that "Piny Ridge Col tage" was the book that would be the most popular .and most, instructive in the'number which has been prescribed in the course. Mr. Wride also -told that another 200 volumes, had been distributed last year. Mark H. Brimhall, stake president for the young men's association, oc- cupied the chair and President Allen was also on the platform.' This ing concluded the series of eight re- gular meetings, and some seven other meetings of committees which have been held in connection with conference of the Taylor stake this SAY M'BRIDE IS SHOWING SPITE FERNIE HAS CASE OP THE VERY SMALLEST KIND OF POLITICS Fernic, B. C. Aug. of the most, picayune nttempts at political spite has just-been pulled off here, according to the members of .the Soc- ialist party. The McBrido govern- ment road gang has been construct- ing a road along the bill to the west of the town and, the spectacle is pre- sented of about two hundred yards of the route being left untouched. Ac- cording to the Socialists, Mr. J. W Gray, who lives at the head-of Camer- on Ave., was-cut off, the road ending about 100 yards on either side of the house. The reason for this dates back (o the provincial election. It seems Mr. Gray is notorious as n heckler and the night Sir Richard McBride was at Fernic. he interrupted the Premier several times asking about the Jmport- Ing of troops during the strike anr other questions of an equally embar- rassing' nature. The socialists ca.y Mr. Gray is-paying the penalty by hav- ing hia property cuf off from the ben- efits of the Tiow government road, ft certainly looks like a half finished What Are You Worth 1111 .What is your earning power? Do you realize: that your death remove that earning, power from your family? How can you cheat death and have your in- come Buy a Monthly Income Bond that, will provide 00 pel month aad upward for twenty jeais after your death For full particulars apply JOHN B. St. 3. PHONES: 1018; Rei.'466' Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals, Money to Loan SCHOOL BOY A DAYLIGHT ROBBER MAKES A CONFESSION OF IS. HE IS FROM i< WINNIPEG v Minneapolis, Minn 12 id with rctriorse over his at White Bear lake, to uhich he has il year old Earner Hey- lolds, the hoy captured after several iold daylight rohhcncs- in the sum- icr colony sat alone iiii a ?11 in the Washington coantv jail at Stillwater and told the story of how ie concened the idea of house-break- ng the conclusion of his story ho boy resohed that his predicament be the last of a similar; na- urc, lowing hereafter to lead an onest life. 1 hr jouthful burglar is a sopho- loie in the Winnipeg high school, ing reacfied Ins advanced position s thr result of hard study, he says. The deputv sheriff ot Stilta aier will ommtmicate with the boy's father his morning In lieu ot an immed'iata nswer from the parents the arraign- lent of the boy may bt delayed .Montreal's M. H. 0. is being threat bj ice cream and' fruit dealars' ecause of his campaign for cleanh- ess. Evclusive sale 3rd Avenue Property Two (2) lots'close in on the above Ave. and bringing in over a month. Price For a short time only, Terms. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Muihern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St. ;