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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 20, IfltR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD s Rev. Dr. Ferguson Give Explanation of Statements PAGE T 1 t i.othUnilnc. I-VIj. is. 1!�18. t> the l-Miuir since, i^; Septeaihe-r. hut a-fter this had appeared 1 received a gratifying w^lc^me to Sunny Aiborea. as if I had just returned. Such uas the kindness Ol many friends. When 1 was in Toronto five nur.rbs ago. i gave three public address.-s. but in m>nc of them did 1 allude L> the La'Lv Day Saint*. J had not charged ihe'.n with disL">y. ahy_ i not .-harmed ''liom \v:th the praetice e.,* polygamy. I should he sorry ;> think tluu they ejuh! soc-iausly* our homes. As for undermining rhr:>r;3!i:ry. ! regard that as a task quiie beyond fheir resourees. even if they desire.i e.> uadertak.* it.1 wck'If I do not ihink th.-; they d^. Nevertheless I i'::;d that 1 have lne:i rogarded as a hind o-i "bold, had man." a slanderer -af resp*. r.rab!* people. ' biuoted and igp.cra:::, and much .1 ;n>t convince me., iT,i>viiu';> anycue. \\\ ' , vicinal mann-arip.t i ; in o hmiiu.ute, - in '. ..i- . �.;;-yprian."- � wiiicii we l:\ow neve;- itreainer w ho ]>}��- hi::>se!.r al- i-U!'l:i not to � 'ley saw the hook writ ten case 'Kefortn- 7 > : existed on_rar:h. : nr'sled them- cud [ s.i- hafiie .create;' sin. ; No Profound Repentance Front thi.- iir> ia1 cn\�r have Mowed  oVter.-. i h n e -t a;'�('; ii�a? 'he n-peut-(air;e ef tho Vtch ).a"e;- i)ay Saints re-. ;;-.:;\i':ii; :!ie;r induh^e-.n-e pa!y-c.u\y Iki- no: l>eea very p/eiaio.v!. Toe lot-. e;s recently ann�\- rhtr. ha\ o ow n this. Hy v ]��:���: -na.l ;'epo:it" ace I nn oi n n;: a s s nc.i- i. �n tice. but a hundWe c onVsjion � dointr. and .� eoiiii'c^e repndi ; the principle of p. iytMwy. i not. even ait a.npiv.odi to .ipo existence. Thi-; i.- wlrit PROTESTS 1HE TAX I'algary, ].\.b. -Tbree of Alhorta'a cities have paid ti)i the license fees on their tnuuirl]v.iUy-o\vued automobiles, and one hasenT.and apparently does-n'l want to. The one exception is Hal. gary. Cheques have just lieen received hy the u-ovoi anient deparJmont ___front ^ledieine Mac and LeihfcridKe. - in paymetr: ()r their l>i!'vJS. and KiUmmoa cashed up curly Coroner's Jury Finds Suicide in Case of Taber Girl's CANADA Death Tli if lOthel Tbarp of Kotlnw eamo to her death by titryelrnino poison, self administered, wan the vordiet of the coroner's jury 'on Monday afternoon, in danuary -vj> ^be e\'ei\i of $'.V.'�:V.r�0. ! Soasatlimal evido-nv*1 wns brought nut Kdtncnt.on's piy-va: covered t.ho M- 'at. the intiu'cat.. �n autopsy performed eense fees under the-new schedule on ! by Dr. CalbralUi having �liow� that seventeen ears, rep-.o-entiiig the auto- j the girl, who was only :M year.^ of age, motvllo service as it ihen stood, and not ! In -a deMeate cendition, thus siv- prac- m:s- "i, viz.. a ctrtaia coolness towards tr c;;u-;e. ) pointed out thai,this was rj.-bably duo to their pervasive Am-erio.uusm. The peaple cf the T.S.A. had lieeii exhorted to cultivate severe my of speech and thottglit. t i neutra iue.ludinp the ouin*:: Rophers ami eoyoess.. jn- tl.., . ... ___................... protei--i\nB Jijcain^.: at'eaii-ofiije siilphnte iireparation useil tresidem Wilson oxeh^nsert his cold , tho government's jmposhion of the in-! fpr medical purposes, .eadcrship tor one more worthy ot a j creased t.axe^. and the intention is to l/ lu summing tip the evidence Coroner it.S 1 pt no responsibility for newspaper heidlines. u-hk*h 1 have had no o. in p!vj>ar:ng. or for �::rhl-. "J'be desratcii set-To la have been has. cd on an iiiaecarrte study of a priiue.d p.i.^e published in the minutes and re-ports of the aencrM u -sembiy of the ;>resi)yienan church lo^i in Montrejt \ay Ri\m Chandra, principal defendant. The cabinet members nrc Secretary of .State r the nineteenth century .and a system collected accord in i: to id that will cut. licenses were the scale -called Yours. .1. T. FKKGFSOV. Presbyterian nisttict t?up:. Can You Beat f > t ol trie cue ot the :'t con;a:ns Kinc: Oavid as I have for late Julian Abdul. It i-* plories of the Bible thtit no evidence that prlygdmy ever promoted itomtstic or national happiness, peace, or purity. 1 can understand those who sprang from polygamous uu- wn* in suostance presented J)}" me^o:ions slirinkin.? from condemning the our heme n>ission hoard nearly a year aco. in a survey of condition^ as ihty existed in ll'lr; and a little hater. It is ::o pan of my business to make 'parses against or to instruct:, the Latter Fay Saints. 1: i> pay-ically impossible for me to read all Uiar their anient apologists in iv send to the new-- cause these would i\ papers. The necessity of anenduiK to ' w:rh the law of the ardent proper duties wvnkl prevent errors thtough which they ihe:uselves came into existence. I co.iiuot understand their attemptiug to justify a practice so degrading. Witen persons of mature years and judgment inform us that no fresh reveiatiaiis in favor of polyga:ny tU'e to he looked for. be- I be in accordance \ suppese 4 * M.tto tan accurate rranscFpr of wit-:: 1 have heard from Me mum lips) t consider tiiat it is time for all good eitizc-ns to s->: up and lake notice. One asks, what next? Laws can he a'rorej. c;m they nor? We want to see the alteration of Mte he-irts of these who have not nrofcund-ly repented concernhi� this matter. I itave heard among the Latter Fay Saints an enthnsitft-tic missionary declare that the Almighty lias been so gsod as to give in tlu�se days. when, as because mv critics > he averred, the authe.rity has been mo from entering on cun:rt�versy. even if 1 desirtd to do -o. It is. however, p.wi c:' my duty i:> jnf::m my church to tite bes: of iny ability of the conditions in which some of our c.ongrosa-t�:o:]s, their minister.- and office bearers, have to carry on their work. Frora this fict arose the matter which our Home Mission Board, and not I. printed, Overlooked Some of Report .shaken, additional revelations through  the nr..":>ro:us Joseph Smith, jr.. and his successors. He hedged us to give attention to these for our own good and the good of society. And then the congregation was mvtted to sing a � hymn of thanksgiving for this sur-: prising .Ic-^pit Smith, jr.. and h's ; queer work. If tin- authority of tite i Kible were indeed imperilled, wh-ieh 1 . believe is not the case, this would be 1 ^ ? did net know what thi: w.j - chat they overlooked the romalituencary things winch f said about the l.a:ter Da** b'-shus. -and my recommend a: ion "Utat tlie n: ;vt'inen": to which they adhere deservrs careful study. I should even go urrher. and ueciare tiiat it deserves and c fi.;r vigilant ohservaTiou. much irore vigilant observation than 1 fear it has be^n getting in this province. It forms an interesting epis.?de in the history of popular delusions. I: like trying tvt come in a -crazy bath have elsewhere pointed om that, a' tub to Lhe rescue of the passengers slight and comparatively easy appliea- j and crew of p. great liner. The ex-ticn of approved methods 'of 1 Henry' perinuu'u migh: amuse, but Lc couid ;:nd historical criticism ha-, destroyed | net =.ive. I regret th.:: it is, unde�sir-irs basis. 1 ran sympathize with the; able to try to lolhuv oaf the Uieologi-unreadiness of Mormons to acknow- ( The contention of the government officials is that the other civic p cars are used constantly for what j really amounts to private purposes. ; and should pay accordingly, or should in any case be on tae same basis as the government-owned cars. > * Take as much as you want. As long as you want. And stop when you want. Absolutely harmless C3 Clockwork* abort ? > > a V a a a a a a NEW LABOR ? a a V a I 0 v V I* Toronto. Feb. ir..-The formation of a new Canadian labor party was announced yesterday at a meeting of the greater Toronto Labor party and it was decided that the'secretary of the branch in Toronto communicate with U^e provincial secretaries with a view to the consideration of the formation of such an organization comprising not only laftor men proper but also those, men and women who champion the' cause of the working man and woman. i v V \ *! a i V V \ Manufactured bv STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEW JERSEY) BAYONNE - NEW JERSEY v v CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. vv. h. McCaffrey kenny & all!n J . D. HIGfNBOTHAM & CO. F. HEDLEY DRUG CO. JACKSON & CO. V MJJOL IS NEVER SOLD IN BULK If your druggist hasn't NUJOL, send $1.00 for pjnt bottle to Canadian Selling Agents CHARLES GYDE & SON" P.O. Box 875, Montreal, 1 I* *J� a a a a a a ledge This. But J feel sure that titers is no university of approved standing  frank and full discussion of Mormon theology does'not seem to me to be in the world, outside of Mcrmon inilu- J compatible with the claims of public ence. whose scholars would not ip. J dece.ncy. I touched en the dancing of st an fly and frankly make the acknow-, the Mormons, saving that it possessed ied^emont. I am aware of the trans-( attractions, but That there were dan-mission to us of the affidavits of eer-' g�?rs connected wita it. There is no tain men who said that they saw the | need for me to discuss this. I am original gold plates of the Book of I Quite aware of the safeguards who Mcrmon. 1 do not que? tin their good j which the Latter#.)ay Sain us try to sur-faith. I dare say they were simple- ( round their dances. These do not al-rainded men, however deceived. Bm j ter human nature. I do question thefT competency, and j As regards what i attributed to these their common-sense. >lTie affidavits of J communities at. the time which 1 was * thousand simple-minded men would ; writing, with reference to the war in Improve Your Complexion Get your blood pure, keep the liver active and the bowels regular, and disfiguring pimples and unsightly blotcnes will disappear from the face. For improving the complexion and putting ttye blood in good order are safer, better and surer than cosmetics. They eliminate poisonous matters from the system, strengthen the organs and purify the blood-bring the health-glow to the cheeks, brighten the eyes, improve and Beautify Skin only by Thorn,* B*ech*� S(. Helen.. L*ac*jfcir.. Eo�U��' Sold eT�rrwb�re in C.n.d. and U. S. America In boxes, Zi cmts. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LLQ., D.C.L, Pr�Wem K V. E JONES, Ass'i Cen'i. Manager Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 tins a gate when he was crowded by some cattle, -ager to get out of a corral. The gate, was thrown shut with Mr. Hester's hand between. Two fingers were broken in addition to oilier painful bruises -io the hand. Doctor Grecnaway is treating the injuries and it is said that it will only be ;\ short time before Paul is "on the job'' again. Stewart Lard, who has been visiting in the States for the last two months returned home on Saturday. After seeing the conditions in the We a tern 31 a tes. �te wa rt says he is \ more a booster tl^n ever for Southern ! Alberta, lie states fhat things are jstipposed Id be booming where lie was j but ihey can uci compare \VUh this ' country. Mrs. Card accompanied her husband home. "~ Coyote Hunt Tjie big coyote hunt was pulled off ; on Saturday as advertised. About � 'tiil barter. The hunt was brought to a close about 5 o'clock. Wan it mentioned that no coyotes were killed cr captured? The wedding of Miss Jessie Kedd cf thi.* town and Mr. Octave Ursenbar.k of Ltthbridge was solemnized at. the home of the bride's mother on Thursday, liirfhop .1. G. Allred - performing �. the ceremony. There were present in 1 additicn to the immediate family, a few intimare friends.. The congratulations of the dh.crict will go out io the voung couple on their venture. . ___nly apply to 25 loaves weighed together. The weight of one or that we will not be able to make French or Vien-nia bread after March 1st.) Eleven-Until further directed wrapping of bread oV the placing of a band thereon is prohibited. Twelve--Labelling ol bread is permissable by thefman- ufa 4 * er of such bread. Te two loaves must not be taken separately. n-We can only manufacture a single loaf or a multiple thereof closely batched together and baked ' in a pan with no cutting or wasting. (This means Eighteen-We can not accept any returned bread or exchange any bread for any person for any reason whatever. We are required to take out a license and place our license number on every invoice, statement and price list. If we break any of the above rules we will have our license cancelled. SIR JOHN AIRD. Oeneml Mantg�* V.-C. BROWN, Sop't of Central Western Branches Reserve Fund, . $13,500,000 SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS This Bank pays interest at 3% per annum on all deposits of $1 and upwards this department. Small accounts are welcomed. Lcthbridge Branch- - R. T. Bfymner, Mgr. Vast weok a case under the Liquor Aft tried at Foremost. The presiding magistrate was MV. Whitney. Mr. .Madill assisted an consulting magistrate. The prosecution was 1ft. the hands of Mv. Henderson, A.P.P. Mr. Li. B. DryadaJe, B.U>acted for the defendant, Mr. Wm. Smith. * . Mr. Smith wa� charged with selling intoxicating liquor to a certain party on thfi evening of February the Sth. Mr. Smith pleaded not guilty. * The evidence for the prosecution crumbled to pieces in the hands ot. defendant's counsel. The c:ise wj>: dismissed, lheir worship finding that there was not sufficient evidence to convict. THE PRICE OF BREAD ON AND AFTER MARCH 1ST, 1918, WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: Wholesale Price 8 l-2c Per Loaf Retail Price 10c Per Loaf or Ten Tickets for the Dollar YOU HAVE BEEN GETTING 12 POUNDS OF BREAD FOR ONE DOLLAR. AFTER MARCH 1ST YOU WILL GET 12 V2 POUNDS FOR YOUR DOLLAR, BUT SEE THAT WHAT YOU DO EAT IS THE BEST YOU CAN BUY. Eat Less Bread EAT Quaker Brca Made by Phone 378 1606 to 1612 Second Avenue A, North, Lethbridge. if ;