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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1921 TFE t HCTATa PAGETHRBS NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RID OF YOUR SECOND HAND Fp SOME SPACE IN AND REAPTHE BENEftT Largest Funeral Seen At Cardston Great Throng Gathered for Obsequies of Late Mormon Patriarch Glowing Tributes Paid (From Our Own Correspondent) .CAU'DSTON, Jail. largest fiir.t'nii ever In Cnrdsfon was held hero yesterday over the remains who spoko 10 tMllngly ol tho enncn he had had In his long ac- tiunliiuiu'0 with tho Patriarch. 11s iiad always able to rely on Henry for uay ucouion, and iu Bplta ol his ill-health, never once dla- appointcd the Stake ('residency In all the 10 years past, during Pros. Wood'a term ot ofHce here, In any call thuy had ever made o( him. sixteoil I uunseeutlvo yours Undo llonry had rtlijcle tlu) risorous missionary trip with tho StaVs Presidency to tho far I'.mnhern wards of the Alberta Stake, but last summer in their trip Undo Henry had said ninny times, "This Is my last trip." Aftnr thuir return Uncle Henry was never well again, ar.d Bcomod' to tsil gradually as tima went on. then rani lait mess- ago from the he had of Patriarch Henry L. llinmau, a gjyUB t0 pres. Wood, on his death bed Patriarch aud President of the m snort time Thin 13 tho Quorum, in tho Alberta me3saB8: labor day by day for ot Zion, of the Church of Jesus Christ j that perishes, and we devote of Latter Day Saints. His death oc-, )jnt a fe1ir comparatively, to ob-j curred last Friday, after a rathtir pro- j tiio bread of lltu. Our thoughts, traded illness, ut the ripo ige of 841 in Kreat mestura, :iro placed upon years. The casket was more than woryiy things, the tiling that-perlsh, covered with very beautiful flowers, many of tho wreaths having to ha laid oa the lower rostrum of tbo Tabernacle. Besides the beautiful ot- tering by the family, almost all Stake quorums and organizations sect flow- and therefore we are prone to neglect the higher things that devolve upon us. are of more worth than anything It Is therefore proper that lliow who are placed upon tho watch towers of Zion should exhort era of various, models. Tho High: continually to Mesta, Seventies and Elders Quor-i faithfulness and uprightness before] urns, tho Stako Prayer Circle, the j tho He then told .Fres. Wood Htako Choir and others sent in their tnat his work was nearly done, but various offerings of flowers. pall- that, when ho was gone, ho wanted bearers wero "Undo Henry's" (as tu69e word! to go out to peaplo and i everyone called him) own SOBS, Scott, j iive JH tuejr hearts forever. Andrew, Charles and Schuy- Tne ciosjnK song by the choir, ler and one ot his grandsons, Veruon "Com8i Come YO was sung at! Knowlton. the request of the departed good man, j opeaiag SOBS was "Oh, My lle having asked masy times for this Father." ons wliicli the Patriarch so to at funeral. This song much loved to dwell upon in eontem- wab written impromptu on tho plains platiou of the deep religious thoughts by ono of tlle immigrants whilo cross- j contained therein. President Thomas jng the great mllo Journey from Duce offered the opening prayer. The tna iijBSouri River, west to the Rock- services were under the direction of ic3 in tno ycar .1547. Many a time the Stako Presidency, aud tho music uncle Honry had gathered with the fnrntshed by the Stake choir. There rest Oj' company to aing, "Come, wero many promimnt visitors from ye when all hope and the Taylor Stake, chief among them spjrjt W0uld be almost gone, but the being President S. Allen of Of this wonderful song Vould (Raymond and his wife. i 80 hearten them that again the sturdy Tho first speakers were George pionecr6 would iake up their journey You Can Get it Out of these Columns r YOU have a message to send to JJ people of Alberta, a Herald WANT AD. will carry it for you more quickly and to more people than any other at a lower cost. When you send your message you want re- turns quickly. The Herald gets them for the kind you want. cents per (Count six words to a line.) Minimum, 25 cents, six insertions for price ot four. Not a day passes when you cannot use a Herald WANT AD. to advantage in your home or in your business. k_ Write, call, or phone Hudson and Murk J3. Beazer, both 01' C0ntinue on their weary way, whom wero acquainted with Uncle even rejoicing, singing and praising of a little daughter to Mr. and Mrs. their lot The benediction was pronounced by Henry from their youth. They both related many pioneer experiences in their lives while Patriarch Hinnian tegrity and faithful ed Patriarch. I tho" Priesthood of the Stake, Following them a very touching prjOSts, Seventies and Elders, 1 male quartette was sung by Messrs. f0iiowed the pall-bearers from the rosi- Campbell, Sheffield, Daines and Rob- ljence to the Tabernacle before the ins. This quartette was commencement of the funeral, and af- ,eral.years ago, especially for the fun- ter funeral they continued In the eral of Dr. Karl G. Maesar, of Salt same to the cemetery. This Lake City, in honor of that great tea- was undoubtedly the largest and most cher, and waa ontitied "Tho Tea'cher'a jmpresBivo funeral ever held in Card- Work is Done." The sentiments ex- stoni aml the people of the stake feel pressed wero very appropriate at this tij0 ]08S 0[ this great man to them, funeral also as Patriarch Hinman more than any other one that might combined tho art of teaching with a nave Deen called to the "great he- noble example in life that will always There is one comfort to them be remembered. however, and that is that his example List of Pioneers always live in their, memories. W. Houghton. We suppose the rage is being kept up, with other in company with H D rolsollli one of the snd Manson, general showing the m- to Patriarch Hlnman in the High LSrchifits ot Retlaw, will open a ness of the depart-, Priests branch at Vauihall, in the spring of this year. Say Laws About Sale of Tobacco Laxly Enforced SUCCESSFUL CONCERT HELD AT CHAMPION' (From Our Own Correspondent) CHAMPION, Jan. Friday, the 23th inst., one of tho most succcss- The next speaker was Bishop J. A, the last remaining pioireer of Cardston, who shared the hard- of the first winter, In this coun- try with the "Mormon" pioneers. He had known the Patriarch for 33 years had nothing but the highest praisu for him, stating that Patriarch Hin- man was an ideal man, one who was admired and loved by all who knew him. Moreover he was a veritable encyclopedia of unwritten church his- tory and.an authority on gospel doc- trine and principles He also said that L in him the church hero loses thivlas s n living acquaintance pf the Joseph Smith, who was martyred in 1S44. Mr. Hammer further comment-1 ot the ,.Anvil was ed on the loss of many of the especially appreciated by the audience pioneers who seemingly would long outlive Uncle Henry, who never was very strong physically. But that theso robust, healthy pioneers, had now, all but two, passed away, many of them years ago, while T. taken great care hi Important Facts Ascertained in Survey Made in Cardston District (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. tie largest Stake Priesthood meeting for lonr; time was held today in the U. F. A. HELD DANCE AT center of liaison with the French and United States naval people. "DANDERINE" (From Our Own Correspondent) NEMISKAM, Jan. Another dance was given by the II. F. A. at AI- torado school house last night which was well attended, and so helped the I Stopi Hair Coming Out! "Thl? delegates -returned on Tuesday; from the convention. We are expect-! ing big reports in the near future. Mrs.'HobbB, of Etzikom, is visiting Mrs. Ed. Thompson. Doubles lit Beauty. English Do Not Take Kindly to Bolshevik for Revolution to put the recommendations of the. general committee into effect here in and quartettes. A fine The first part of tho work outlined m this stake was tlie "Non-, Use ami Non-Sale of Tobacco" cam-1, imign. Somo very illuminating facts were revealed at the meeting today. One these was the fact that the great majority of the toba'cco users many of them :the concert ,.Ye T Concert., really contract the habit of its use be- Incle Henry had i u Ue a bjt amusement fore the age of sixteen years, when it his health and see some 0{ our is unlawful for them to get it at the h'ved for 30 years after his death had i flresaea up wlth Wlg3 aml stores or to be S'Ten them under our been predicted by the doctors. hair llatdhss. though'why some LONDON, Feb. ot Bol- shevik propaganda in. European coun- tries met secretly in Bremen Decem- ber 26 under, the presidency of Com- missar Elia.wa of Moscow for the purpose of reporting the success of their efforts on behalf of world rev- 'olutlon, says the London Times. AH the delegates entered Germany under assumed names and with false pasg- Facher, an English dele- A few cents buys "Danderine." At- newspaper adds, a few applications you cannot find 79 communist district organizations in 1" hair or any dandruff, besides England with twenty'thousand mem- "very hair shows new life, vigor, Hers and agents, most of the lat-! brightness, more color and abundance. ter of whom are paid. He was pessi-, _L_ mistic regarding the cause in Eng-j land. He said the Russian proletarit need not expect support from the Eng- lish, but that the communist outlook in Scotland, Ireland and Wales was brighter." Faeher referred to Plymouth as "the Richest Man he Ever Knew President Berber S. Allen, another pioneer of Cardston, having come the neit year after Uncle Henry, in 1888, spoke also of tho Patriarch, but of of the males had such fearsome ap- pendages the audience was at a loss to understand. The following was the program: Op- ening chorus, "Auld Lang duet, areaous ..Bjny Mri. G. DoGrue and Mrs. ring ex- g f Meyer: sojo, "Robin Mrs. ly 100 per cent, of the users have con- j tracted the habit before they are 20 years of age. These and other facts were ascertained by the Social Ad- visory committee by a very extensive survey the Stake, involv- ing the personal canvas of 16 different settlements iu the vicinity of Cards- Ill-health of the remarkable ability to overcome all his tryli periences. He spoke of his early ji solo poriences here, and related the state- ,Tnro. ilk W. E. William- '9n- This ,tact rnent made by mm, Niels Munsou, son. auet Mrs w A shows up the slackness in the present who came to Cardston in'83, but went shuitz and Mrs. Srai'th. 'duet' enforcement of the. tobacco, laws ot back to Utah the nozt spring, swear- ..pjost Thou Love Mrs. A: S Rob- th9 Provlnce, and also points out that ing that no white man on earth could erts Mr. G. M. Campbell; solo, "I rreveutjts spread among the youth live in this terrible climate eicent Cannot Sing Tim Old Sonus." Mrs. A. Bishop Hammer and George L. i'ar- g. Roberts; ciuartette, "The Old Oak- Both of these .men are still alive en Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Steele, and some others have come and jir. Roberts, Mr. Moffatt; "Wait for settled in this very country since this chorus; "The Shepherds remarkable statement was made. Prea. ana the Mrs. C. McLean; Allen's distinctive contribution.to the "Sweet and Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. funeral services was that Patriarch Hyndman, Mr. Moffat, Mr. Campbell; Hinmitn was tho "richest" man ho "Anvil "Love's Old Sweet knew in lilK life, although wealth Mr. G. Campbell; of this world was never possessed Chorus; "God Save the King." >y him, but he wan rich in spirit, in After the concert a dance was held by means ot an impersonal fn'fh in integrity and in tho things! for two hours. I'Jeslionmure, which was distributed of God, "laying up treasures for him-: Mrs. Milford was the pianists and collected without any attempt to Belt in-heaven, where moths and rust showed herself to be a skilled per- "Wire into tho personal answers of doth not corrupt." Pres. Allen also former. 'ho individual, fnis ought to He some is the first person ever receiving a, Mr. Myron Standish ,was taken ill to merdiants Palriarchal liltisslns under tho hands with pneumonia and died laat week. to> themselves up behind the oom- of thin vencrabb Patriarch, and the I The body was laid to rost on Saturday, mit'ee in their campaign for the non- JJngs promised therein had been a Bale of tobacco. BIRTHS AND MARRIAGES I the age limit ought to he raised to at least 18 if not to prohibit the sale of tobacco to them as minors. But an- other very pertinent fact revealed by the survey was that nearly 100 per cent., of tho users of tobacco are in favor of the uon-sale ol' it by the merchants, as a ntpans in aiding them to break the habit, which the major' ily stated that they .wished to do. This information was secured by the SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the order of His Honor Juripte Jackson, made herein the 24th Jday of January. 1821, in a certain ac- tion wherein Frederick A. Hubbard and Robert Mitchell Bennett are Plaintiffs anil Robert Angus Dennie is Defendant, the following lands in the Province of Alberta, namely: The North half of Section 'twelve How many women go through life 'I1' caring little or nothing about their 'res more o'r talcne" French Tonic, your hair nn Satnrclayt the will become attractive full o I you jJth'a of Fcbruary, m, at tho hour ,anada at per 10{ at the Court Pre subject to a reserved PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES DENTIST Wo make transformations, etc., from your comMiH-s. SwitelujH St.Ou ii'i Salvray Hair Factory. Oiirdston, Alia. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phono 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 'REE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mull, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridge Viavi Co. Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phone 1883. 527 Sth St. S. 42-26 NEWS AND VIEWS Reading Is tho greatest factor In edu- cation. Get alt you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously It will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter -sea us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Sth St. S. Opposito tha Empress Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4. Block. Phone ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT .INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 31-36 OXY-ACET7LENE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Are. and 10th Street. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phono 1333 409 Sth St. S, Lethbridge Farm Liubting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardr.ton Temple PIANO TUNING Across from Alexandra tisement. fight to him through life. Mr. H. Elton, of Lethbridge, also ashed to speak, because always Uncle Henry said he loved to hear the ringing tones of this young man. His tribute to ths Patriarch was: He NUMEROUS AT TABEK singing, conducted by g. W. Low, an '_________ .expert in the art of getting a. mixed congregation to loosen up and sing (From Our Own Correspondent) songs from the heart, nnfl forget their TABEK, Jan. generally worries in the melody of sweet sounds. i A.n.jjmu, Jim. ...j.---iiicj bcnvlatl? WOIT1U8 HI LI1C mblOCly 01 BWOBt S< in threes. The third recent wed- Such songs as "01JI Black Joe Mrs. Ixiuella Smith sang in othor functions. The ceiling Is My God to In a most feeling covered with metallic aiding, and other added. weeks back, to assist In teaching many of the community songs he knows so well to the various musical directors who attended the recent Institute held in Cardston. This community singing Is getting to be a featuro of the var- TT ioua meetings held in the different nil.. Uncle Henry more than the AI- that of C. C. at Purple Springs. wards of tho stake, largely duo to kvta Stake Pmident. Edw. J. Wood, We are also Just informed of tha birth I very efflcliat eSorts of Mr S, manner, her lovely voice lending self so men Wood'i Tribute so well to tho touching gii births were reeordcd recently its .of this great song. in the town and vicinity, )n the Rav- PreB, Wood'i Tribute enscroft, McMenaman T Fcrhaps no man in the Stako will Anderson, and Schultz families and BOILS SO BAD HAD TO GIVE UP WORK From Mio days of Job, up to thaj file afflictions of tlie human race, tho riflictlons of tho human race. AH the poulticing and lancinj, you may do will not prevent them from breaking out again. Boils are simply caused by tue bad blood bursting out: o.iu the bad blood must be made ;iuro Before the boils will disappear, J I Burdock Bloud been on the market for over forty years, la well known as tho greatest blood medicine procurable. It purifies ttio blood by; removing every particle of kml matter from the system, and when this Is done thof boils vanish, and you should never bo, troubled again. Mr. (James Fahey, Newport Island, Quo., was troubled with boils on my back and nock, so bad that I was obliged to give up work. I tried yeveral remedies, but-got no] relief. Finally I went to a doctor, j and he treated mo for several waeksj all without benefit. At last a friend mo of Burdock Blood Bitters, so' I decided to give it a trial. I got three bottles, but before I had taken two the boils were ail gone. It is eight months now, and I have had no return of tho old trouble, and I have never felt so well." D. B. H, Is put up. 'only by Tho T. MUt'iirn Co., Llmltctl, Toronto. Out f Sale will b' bid to be fixed by tlie Court. Terras and conditions will be made known at tho time of the sale or can be ascertained from the undersigned solicitors. The said land is situated about three miles south of Skiff in the Province of Alberta, nnd is said to be unim- proved, being virgin prairie. All of tho said land is said to be good arable land. Mated at 1 ethhrlcigc, Alberta, this 24th of January. A. D. IH2I. ciruwrn DAVIDSON Barristers and Solicitors, Conyboare Block. Lethbridge, Alberts. G. H. Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer: 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn.. London. Knglanrt. References to tlio leading musicians of lliu city. Plioiu 1168. 627 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AXD NAVY Veterans iu Canada, Lsthbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application from tin- Fecrotary, L. Leigh, P. D. Box No. tj, Lethbridge. GEOPGE P. PORTER, yMN.Ttn, Ad F GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACE! EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Freel Elliott Sheet Metal Workers. 536 6t South. Phone 1713. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 1" Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A.; Margaret E. Crceiihau, formerly of Ha verbal College, Toronto, li'-ifi FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to ypur Inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine j Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction In price! and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders leground, and lilted with over-tin pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 M Ave. S. Dll. O. .1. COUHTICK, Dentist, former, ly of Lothbriclso. lias located tl U79 ('iranvllle St., Viiiicauvnr. P. C. Joy. '9GOO. Opiwaits son's Bay Co. OSTHPATII1C DR. J. K. IIORK1NO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock BIAS. Huurs and bj appointment Phone 1399 ______PRIVATE HOSPITALS______ THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbrldge; Phono 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Privata and semi-prlTats rooms. Rates 530.00, and J3G a week. Write for Information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlera, superin- tendent. MUSIC 'IBS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils cntjr- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory oC Music exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S Sth Ave -A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We use the genuina French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attentiqn to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phono 1S12. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels stialghtened, guns restock- ed, gun irork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors, Paperhangers and Painters: General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Ths oldest established painters in Lethbridtre. Res. phone 1472; ofRr.o phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Letli- bridse. Alberta. A. Dccoratine and Panerhano-lnff. Phone G90. Ml Sth Avenue South. 117-0 B. L. Copeland E. R. Kent Phone 1003. 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperianging a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 12th St. Smith. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established IMfl Thirty-five years' experience Iu Exterior ami Interior Decorating llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phono 1101 WINTER RADIATORS not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop' In and let ua toll you about it, or ask someone whn has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 1 -'th Ave. S. Behind L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS DlMixt fcevn Doris I. R. CQCCJ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTINO, HOME-MMTRAITU4C, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. 50. ;