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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .l(RIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 THE LETHBRrOGE DAILY HERALD J'AGE THREE 'BRINGING UP, FATHER- By G. McManus 1 t you 'jW yoO CAUIHT ALL THOSE r��SME�, D�0 �T TAKE YOU auudav5 TOtO-worth \X' thfS are , WELL-THE BOTCHER JU^T PHONED' ^- AtSD HE t>A(0 HE OUt>T CH^Rc:iED , VOU FOR Visiting ikinks Cop Three Big Events in Bonspiely Stewart Taking Two; Lawe the Third Three finals, the Grand Challciigf. tHp Jlre.wery and the Blllgon were play-cdvff.In tho'local bonspiel last night and the local rinks went down In onc-two-tliree order. " Stowart o( Maclood won the Grand ChallenKo and the Ur'ewory-while Lawe ot Carmangay r.opped oft the Ellison. There are two events to be decided today, the Visitors and the Consolatto'h. ^ The Brewery Yesterday, att^noon Nicholson beat McNaughton of Carmaniiay and went Into {he fours In the Brewery." Stewart an(h,Nlcholsori then clashed In the semi-finals, and the Macleod rink won out, In the meantime JtcNabb of Lethbrldge was beating Moffat of Claresholm, leaving Stewart anil Mc-is'abb to fight it out for the honors. They met on the six o'clock draw, and Stewart had a|j easy time ot. it. The rinks and � the score: . Lothbridge. , Macleod. .G. Stewart . Dr. Galllvaii . )J. C.M^enzle Ulck Andrews'^ George Stewart .1. Marnoch O. Stewart. . iklp D. D. McNabb, sk. Lethbridge ,..11 00101 0.0 200-6 Macleqrt .. .. 0 0 1 3 0 4 0 12 0 2 I-H x-K The Ellison in the afternoon Lawe df Carman-gay had disposed o� Moffat of Clares-holm in J.l>o semi-finalB of the EUiison trophy ""iiil^ Nicholson of Lethbrldge had, djsposid ot Prlnglo ot Macleod on the other end' ot the Bemi-tinals, Lawe and Nicholson claslied while Stewart and McNabb were playing oft the Brewery. Tlie game was even for first halt. In the SBvenlh Nicholson went one ahead. Then Lawe started piling them up one at a time', winning 9 to 5, The.rinks >and score: Carraangay.- , Lethbridge. W. P. Furry , J. W. Woods A. E. Quayle Duncan Diitf P. W. Lawe N. T. McLeod E. C. Lawe, . skip Nicholson, .. skip Carmangay . . 010111011111-9 Lethbridge . .20200010000 0-5 The Grand Challenge Chal- I IN TOO CUSSY FOR mm Defeat them in Game on Local Floor-Hard Game was Fought Communications under this heading must bear tlie. siBnatures ot the writers. , ,. Before a packed gallery the Stirling giants once more brought the local "Y" team to defeat In undoubtedly the greatest games ever witnessed on tlie local gym. floor. It was a nip and tuck game from start to finish, and with' 1�bs than 5 minutes to go the score stood 35 each, but by a great effort the beet-eating farmers surged uhnad making the final score 48-37. Never before on the local floor were . The semi-finals in the Grand Zu1^:^^^Xl|^or S' i t2e'^.urrl'ng^"efK oT^^S L^n""? X7 \. fh^win^A^^^^ saved them their lirst bridge. At 9.30, the winners, Stc^vart ri,f,,t i,, , !nrni�n.i)ntof and Hamilton, clashed in the finals; '''^^ , , and it was a fight to the last end,' ^''^ '^"^^'l ^^as frantic, the.Stirling Stowart winning out 8 to 7. The rjiiks and^core: /^V Maqleod. ^ Lethbridge. G. Stowart J. A. Davidson D. C. McKen�Ie C. Alrd Geo, Stewart rU. Gaddes O. Stewart ., skip J. F. Hamilton, sk. Madlood .. .. 0 2,0 1 0 IB 10 2 1 0-8 Lethbridge > ..,10 1020101001-7 Unless Bev. Dr. Ferguson replies to the letters that haye appeared in the controvci'sy concerning the Mormon people, no further letters will be accepted by the Herald for publication on this matter.' Should Dr. Ferguson reply, privilege .will be allowed to meet any statements lie may make, that are not acceptable to the other side ot the controversy. In the meantime no more letters will be published,' as the Herald feola it has given liberally of Its. space lo this discussion.-Ed. Herald. PLEADS MORMON CAUSE . � Calgary, AUa.. Keb. 18, I'JIS. To Rev, Dr. Ferguson, .Superintendent ot Homo Mlsslon.s for the .North west. Dear Sir,-To begin with will sttK^' that I am not a member ot t\To Jformon ' church, biit a number ot years ago UNO SEEKERS boys having a good representation In the audience who tried their Ivardest to offset the roar 'of tlje local supporters. The local lllgh School yell crew lead by tho well known Mult and '.Tetf bandleaders were very much in evidence. "' % First. Half The Stirling .boys started out like S=:^ Ma^;;;cS:-^;:i;cr ;oa\�f^:S''0'- atlre in-the ^rst ha^ a;�l in- ot tho big events hero also did well in Calgary, where he went into the finals In three competitions. The Lawe rink are also a bunch ot consistent players.* The Visitors and the Consolation will be concluded today it is thought. Following was the play Thursday In these events: Ross beat Cummings, Cons. Carberry 16, Ross II, Vlsitori. Kirkham 14, Stone 8. Visitors. Wales 10, Carberry e. Cons. Leech 14, Kirkham 10, Cons. Gullbault IQ, McCartney 7, Cons. Stone 8, Wales 7, Con�. Ross-9, Leech 8, Cons. Spalding 13, Lawe 10, Visitors. aide of 5 minutes had 11 points to LethbrMge's nil.' The "Y" cnrae back strong and before the ne.xt 5 minutes elapsed had tied the score, 15-15. From then on till the close things zigzagged and at tho sound qf the gong, tho score was announced as 23-19, In favor Stirling. , Jlorning trains -from tBe south brought Mr. and 5Irs. H. H. Mclntyre and C. B. Bender from California, and Mr. Mclntyre brings back word that California will send more landseekers to Southern Alberta the coming spring than ever before. Mr. Mclntyre- owns a farm near Lethbridge, and has been: among friends In the sunny state all winter. Last spring there were hundreds ot Callfornians who canie up and secured land in this section, but this year he says they will come in swarms. Other travellers returning from the States declare that the movement will be heavy in spite ot the war. hlght now enquli'les are comlngj iiito the offices of W�e local real estate men in large numbers ^ery day, and Lethbridge wijl bo the.mecca of the land-seeker in tiie spring. The movement in farm lands is the heaviest, de^ joined'the'followers of Wesley, lio that; clares one agent, since 1912 when the last great rush was on. munity. I wisli your correspondent to know that I stand, by tho Grace of) God, where I stoo^ at the time above referred to, seven years ago, against every assailant of "the faith which was once delivered unto the saints." Jude 3 and welcome a public discussion of Mor-monism from a. Biblical standpoint, with any of the "Apostles and Prophets" who have been "called of God as was Aaron," and,are thus divinely licensed to speak, whether he be the ostensible non-polygamist of Canada or the practical polygamist of America, Yours respectfully, JOHN bab; what I may say will perhaps have add. ed weight with those not ot that faith. I was both surprised and incensed that one occuijying the ixisiiion you do, sliould, according to an article in the Calgary Herald of Feljiuary U, the authenticity of which .voii have, never denied, maUo, such an iiuwarranted, untruUitul, libelous attack on a good and noble people. Have you forgotten the ten commandments and that one Irt particular, (llie 9thk.that says: "Thou Shalt not bear, false witneiss against thy nei.^li/jor," and tlien the other ope that Christ gave (John 13-34). "That yo love one another as I have loved you." also the Stb command ment: "Thou shalt hot steal," which will apply in your case, as you have endeavored to stoal their good name, which is "more, valuable than great rlches.v Shpver and >VilleUs took two out of three from Benton and Dickson in the doubles touriiey at the Dominion alleys last; night, winntrig the first and third but losing the second by the narrow maniiii -ot' eight pins. Shover copped both honors with 188. tor a ingle game and 613 for the total. Following jtre the s^res: ..Cm 150 . ..151 Shover . WUletB Benion . DIcKsbn 104 183 126 270 . 129 155 1^9- 512 418 330-x 930 12S- 35G 166-^ 504 287 284 Tonight-Mercer . aiid and Green and Clark; Saturday-Murray Alrd' and Raymond. 2S9-f- 860 Walli% vs, Frey vs, OWNERSHIP CAUSE LOST Wnshinglon, Fob. 22,-Champlgns of goY,ernmoni ownership'lost hy an overwhelming vote In tho senate yesterday ahelr flghtifor indotinlto control Of the ,railroads by the govorn-ment after tho war. , TiMT ACCEf^TS FOR 7TH A wire from Clonle Talt, Canadian lightweight champ this morning states that he accepts the match with Benny 7Ui. . up tho score, 25-25, in no *irae. The Tteams for 15 minutes play- never got ..ahead one of the other more than 3 � points without the down team catching up again. The score stood 35-35 with abput 5 minutes to go. Stirling rung up 6 points more and with a mlilT uie and a halt to go, owing to an Injury t6^^1. Duu&worth,'Jack Shand taking his place, both teams set their teeth for a final spurt. [It was here Spackman tor Stirling again ^sp^lt-tho bean|[ running In three nice field baskets in the last minute. For the winners, Spachniari.'^vus the Individual star, putting up as gopd an exhibition us ever nas been witnessed ^,; here. He' ne,ver^ missed a chanco for ^ I a basket and secured many ot lils 14  1----I--*T ...SH, ------1____1- ___,.,___ *� hiR rrniiit in thnir nast two A' blm for dear lite. There is uo doubt t Tlf?;:�".TK�'nnm.,rn,n\^h t!'^boutit, Ke won the game fpi^tho. 1.1- I vaders./ilo -secured 36 points altogether. Brandley, the other forward. ? meetings. The coming match * * �  c ?�n bf'Mfltbn, Ont., a teacher In Victoria' public .school, JKlufl^Rton, died from heart disease. V . .... V'. ... --- shooting featured their ganio. The for-lyards shot well, L. Dunsworth' bocur-ing 6 field baskotd, P, Irwin 5. It was a treat to see Kiltie ISlcRlllop check thb gigantic Mlcholson at centre. Mtcjiolson. seemed to al.way^ :'haye .hla bands full of-red liatrand tlylngjarms and legs and at times seemed lost,�It, is true the big boy has been uuder�| the weather aome during the past week. Geo. McKlUop played the game Are Hospitalfle During tlio last two and a' half years I. have ll\"ecl n considerable time among, and visited them In their homos, and can truthfully say that 1 have always been vreicome'd; They did not seem to make any et|fort to do 80, but just tho s.rine 1; felt,'at home. Tlint welcome was In the air of-their hoiucs, and it is �o In iCvery Mormon home. I felt like one of the family. In� iravelllnj; about -the country ou foot, representlns the oldest and larg-, estnursory In Canada; I had to seek entertainment tor the night whenever it overtook me. I have, boon passed on, ou one .preto.\t or-anptijer, from one house to the ne�t imtU -In one case I had walked elgbt%iles'and that �Christianity, love and reverence tor God and ;itls Son Jesus Christ ad love for our fellow men. Phyaical Habits Do you think' such' teachings will have an undermining effect on Clirlst-iauity. Another thing, old and young are taught, Is how to live, to grow and take care of tjie physical part. Tea, coffee, tobacco and all intoxicants are not- considered necessary, but detrimental to the best physical development. Now does It not seem strange that scientific men have jii'st^lately foyntl tliut out. Conches tor athletic team's, whore strength, agility, endurance and clear heads are necessary for tho,host.results, forbid the use ot all these. The Jlormons have known this UQg^rly 90 years. As a result of these teaching, go.to one of their meetings, see tho bright healthy children, sturdy boys,and girls, robust grown-ups; and men and women of years, some of them of four score or more, active and enjoying life. I know ot no other com. numltleB where you can find the same. Solid Life They believe In cultivating the social side of lite in all innocent amusements, music and entertainments which, ivlth' their strictly temperate living, le^da to a long and happy life. While living, they are very much alive. In their "Articles of Faith," number 13, we -I'eadr "We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and In doing good to all men;"' then again, -"If there is anything virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy, we seek after these'things. Do you think the teachings ot these can in any way undermine Christianity? -' - 1 tlilnk O. H. Snow has fully,answer ed you in regard to'their loyally and strict observance of the lawsv .Summing up all, and I s|iy'this deliberately, and from pierSb'nal observation ot the different denominations, I will say that the Mormons come nearer living up to tho' teachings, of Christ than any otlipr sect with'which ,1 am acquainted, I make tio exceptions. Very respectfully, T. W. Hughes, The Cooling System of //le MITCHELL i* as nearly Ideal � It lt''^otilble to l)e! Th�.�radia|orvla the, cellular I ;typ'c, atroltal^-ibuilt, and firmly bolted to the frame to prevent,damage . from road nhook. The water Is eireul#ted by m^faijf^|lf^� K but. at ti^e �ama'tlme It is oombinsd witb the'th'irr|no4)^i)Won^^^^^ ' *' no t|iat, In case the pump becomes damaged, thf^tar wMln^t'overheat. ' If driven oare'futly,. >^ �' . ; Ilea, their doctrine^ unscriptuc^lfVaijidv': thoir ttiJB.ilonai-y enlerprlees araenage 1^1 We Have; Just Unpacked a Ship-mieiit of Two Cylinder ^ To intraduce thi^line we are seUinig them for a few days oDiy at ; ^ , BAAU to the '.spiritual welfare ot'. any;',dOm-'! .BA^E..,CHEii?BOtEt'r,' . 0421 ;