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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn THE I.ETHRRinGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 29th, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Publllhtd by the Ltlhbridjt Kenld Prlntlnj Co.. US., every Ijvvful evening Jl Us office, Sixth SI, Canada. W.-A. Director T. W. Edlter JOHN Builnei, Mlnigir PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, Reporterial and Department 1224 1 veir, delivered S iaorlts, delivered 3 KODths, delivered I delivered Advertising. Circulation jnd Jcb Departments J 2 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 54.00 1 year, b; xail S2.00- 6 mcmhs. br lusli 51.00 o months, by mail 35 1 month, by raall SI. 50 75 25 as ofleu as desired, bul both and old i Hotel. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Red Cross Pruf Beanie t Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrook Boot Company. XesvB Company. Plncher McCrea: Mlu-feell Drug Co. World News Co.; Xews Shop, fi? Gramvell Street. Xews Co. 70S River Side Avesur. Lethbrio-3 Book Elorc; J. G. Reb- Co.; JlcSjoa i Co.; Alexandra Peo- ple's Drue Store; Kenny Alltn; Cetibridse lletsi Cism.- Slaad. Dr. D'Arc. Hal Asfinteoia D. Late Hotel. i Cohaa Xews Agency. BooX and News Store. 10SA Sth Co. Pincher Statlcn Edward Head. St. Xsn'a Co. Ktiol- den. Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD P-'bUshed every Wedcesosy in eight or more pages, and contains a sutnraftry week, local and district I rear In advasie S'-OO S mouths in the newt of tba jHow .Mormon ChurcK Keeps Tab on Her Complete System Jan. or IXTKKN'ATIONAL SYSTB.M The ch'Jich (cltows aii international list of -auscs of death out from Washington, 1'. C., and which is upon by all the nations of Scientific names only ate used and all deaths ate classified uu- about two hundred Kuch i the btakt pKiiJency ol tie Taylor jjeiieral terms as tejit Irou'jlr. con- of the. Mormon cburcb is a busy vutsior.s, hciuorrhagc., Siir- jpiace at this stjso-3 ol tte jsl'''! ojietatioii, debility or siatisucal ar.d fmancinl ;tion -acij r.-.Uirs atv rxcludeil. i (or tbe year 1913 Iwios irompIleJ. They "ill then It I ed to Salt Lafce Cily, v.hc.'e they are j included with Efty-nlne similar j ports cf the various stakes of chuicb fo reake up a several report Tfcfte appears to linve becu no cou- tajion in tde district and cancer ol different organs ol tie Xady is respon vthtct is pi evented be'.-te coafewnw which vill le heiil siblo for n larger nunibfr oi dfiths the thaa any otbet disease.' I'OI'UL.VTIOX The population ot the stake is 1193. April ftti. this heicg tlie'date nt tho besin- Magrath is the largest ward, having while Welling has only 90. Otter statistics show martjed. Tnelve ol the persons ceremonies People's Forum ol ths lion eighty-four years Raymond is w.tcr'o! the pwtormtd in the temple at Salt lor Stake nbicli nubias nine Cilv, white tvcntv-one were and includes Magtutli, l.oihbridjo and soleuiniwd by mil auttiority. Tin 35 far east as Urassy l.aVf, white tfinp'e to be ercrteil at I'atdslon U I'aidston is hcartnuastecs lor about tor 'he ol Ihe riwrch filtern wards scattered from the in- .mcnilers in the marriage mcmonr tfrnalional boundary lo Calsary call- !uij Ml" church ordinances. 1'frsccs rd Alberta stair, liefer S. Alttn is arc admitted to tlie temples only on president of tlw tonuer. uhi'e Ed-ja o! fellowship similar to that J. Wood is president o! hy lodges secret organiza- ter. jtiocs. This includes paying ol liih- A Herald t-osrespocJent called on io f10 which is ronsidcr- ose-lcnth o! one's annual in LET THEM EXPLAIN. tT is slated on the authority of the Government I that immigration prospects this year point to p. greater influx into the Dominion from the of continental Europe than from Great Hrilain ami Hie United States. In alluding to the volume of immigration from the British Isles certain hide-bound protec- tionist journals have been wont to refer to the same as a fleeing from free trade. That is to say from all the. conditions of unemployment and oilier ills M'liich these journals put down to the results of the existence of free trade. Now will they be consistent and attribute to a fiscal policy the reason why, if the Government's anticipation is correct, the emigrants from protected coun- tries will in 1914 outnumber those from free trade countries? In view of the recent modifica- tions hi the tariff we may regard the. 'L'uited Slates as a free trade country, comparatively speaking, with reference to trade conditions which have prevailed .there: O'Ucr reasons will without doubt be given so that the false theory with regard to free trade nmy be maintained. To make tlie task easy we would suggest" the Balknn war as one. It lias done good service in explaining the 'light money situation, and might come in handy here. Still we may add that this explanation will not he con- vincing as to the. truth of the statement that emi- gration from Great Britain means a flight from free trade. lnive the whole sny in Hie commercial life of Hie country. II is centralizalion but the wrong kind. All power to 1'residenl Wilson. He has liolh Ihe idens and Ihe courage. rd Mr. Ailcii at his office and found him Bulling to explain Ihe Mstem ol ice- lomc- 1bls >s not comtal- or to tali on the belief n'fnrtcrsh.p. is u) a very large majority of tlie mem- bers who nate an income. SOME LIGHT ON PROPHECY K'dltor, The UlMirlJgo HerftW: rcadins your article in night's IBSUO on "llrltalu-s Naval Hud and Iho questions yuu propound as lo will these tremendous war latvs "Must there be an Aiuiagcuiliro aud tlio overthrow of great or will he revolultous in all IhB iw- Imnlened1 countries, ivhleh lend to promote, far an answer to (base momentous questions I would direct your attention to a statemeul fo-jnJ lu Iho ihlrtl chaijter ot Amos ftud IQ Ihe seventh vcrte. ".Surrly tho Lord God will do hul he re vealeth Ms secret unto his servants the proper." Kor (urllier i-ullxhton- ment as lo why we see at the present tlmo ft nnSveisal iirovarallon for war, turn to Ihoso nroi'hets wlio hold Ihe secrol, und find tlie proidiot Joel, in lits ttilrd diayler. predict- ed a time ot Tile stale of things ainonfft the nations is a fulfiliuenl of ttiis remarkalilo iirch phecy, which was given about hundred years before ChrlFt. This j'ropliecy was iiuoted l-y IVler on the djy ot Penicco-it. when, in tho WOMAN TOOK FRIEND'S ADVICE And Found Health in I.ydia EL Pinltham'a Vegetable Compound. !Q answer io the question, "How is I of tlle of his people. At the close oE1 every year reports are made up br ward clerk, who is iho" inor.ey (hus collVcted the a paid statistician and whose duty AAt said al, ,he it is to record Ihe data during the iuzi which is rloiuhll. year. These ate forwarded poor and that 51 per cent o is kept here to luaintcn- I.ourlUg ot Ihe Sslrit. a iwrllon of U vas fulfilled. Intimately connected with fiitiuiln'.ent, though at a lliUL- far reraole frgm U, Is the tatter-day deliverance of fiod's pcoplo. spoken {from (he cine wards hclore they are paj. 0; to Utah to become permanent ance, meeting houses dirision the blessed r THE HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT. the lurge. of vit-- tims. on the American conthienl, claimed hy fever the report of Ihe Health Officer! vilh regard to Lcllibridge is reassuring. We ully agree wilh Dr. DeVeLcr iiial ihe who in the nlily spraks very considerably for the skill of prciitot esplaii.ed that records. t.ndrr th6" tcDeologual names of the children ister.ed, baptisms, con3i irintions, nsarriages, fiea' isionarics out are written. These o show parentage, dates arid name g houses and educitional jiurposcs. "The he said, e "goes lo the general chucch to build r 'anrl operate institutions ol opei education ar.d higher promote and mission ivori anij propaganda and to lrar general The mMn ci giving to (te lie attending physicians, and for the cure ami rtrer, blessed" conespc-cded to ihe Headlines of lit- tle children up into His arms and i poor suggests another idea. There are 51 widows in the stale and about 200 "chil- turning supplied by the Gait Hospital. ars Wessed them, and as soon as ;08 age acd have never been married. -i, uit_ iiv i LI up. u illdll iL children are eight years old they aieju was eiplaincd at thfs point th baptized and conCrmeii memtcrs of: the church advocates that pecu person's all told, received temporary assistance from cbaritr. 'There ate also 25 wlrtonxrs. and HiTTIN'G AN UGLY MONSTER. NO legislation proposed by President Wilson of Hie United Slales is apparently so fraughl >ilh possibilities of hiding nl tlie. Iriisls as that to prevent interlocking directorates Jlere is undoubtedly one of the worst evils tli country has lo deal with, and thai it bus assume nnr I r Bteaninhlp or THK CL'N'AFIO STWAM C011PA.NV, LTD. 304 MftlA 3t., SCAMPERED ON.BOARD GERMAN WARSHIP TO. ESCAPE RE- BELS FOREIGNERS PROTECTED Port au Prince, Hayti, Jan. tachments of American Bailors from he armored cruiser Montana were to- day gu ard In s tli a Am erican lega- lon, the cable station and the French hospital. German bltiejecketa and marines were placed on protection duty ot the other foreign legations and tho German the cily. Large landing parlies were sent ashore from the American and Ger- man war vessels yesterday, when Pre- eicloiu Michael Oreste fled for re- fuge to tho German cruiser Vlnota, after fightint; broke out IQ the streets of tho capital. Fuailades continued !n all quarters of tho city thlrouEbout the night, and there were numerous attempts at.pil- lage of houses and Uores, but these "PI-ere qulcnly suppressed, and the city Is now quiet. A citizens' committee of puliUc safe- ty haa been formed. It is understood that Solon Wcnos, former Hay Hen mitifBler at Washington win be select- ed as chairman of the- cotnmlllpe, Tre- eldent Oreste and hfs wife remained all night CD board (.he Vineta In lho harbor. words are: ''Roliold in dnjs anil at ihut tijuo, iv lie a I sbnll briusc asa-n i tho captivity of Juilah anil Jenisaloin, I n-itl also gather all nallons. ivill I bring them down into tlie valley of anil will plead ultli them j ere." In VKMV of llils. In nltie, God says: "Proclaim ye tliis auioug the Uentlles: Prepare war, wako in> the mighty jncii. tct till fhe men of Tvar near, let ilicm oomr up, i Beat your p'owsbarcs into anil your jininiug hoolcg Into spears; let thft weak PDJ- I am strong. yourselves and come att ye lieatheii. and gather yourselves together round about; Ihltfcer cause they mighty ones lo conic tloivn, O Tho attentive student or tbe con- text will discover that it foretells that Uod will bo made known in desolating judgments; that He will roar out of 2ion, and clear lho Heoly Clhy ol all strangers, and that He will Introduce an nse of blessedness in which Judith sbal] abide forever, and Jerusalem from generation to gencradoii. arc ebout years past tbe day o[ Joel's prophecy. sen great Israel's return to Palestine, notably In connection "with the Zionist movement, inaugurated by in Hi-? we see F-urope today an. armeil 'camp. A propor- tion of the weaUh ot theVorld I? de- votetl to militarism. The waste ol lime and labor is Incalculable." Men's hearts are Tailing them for fear of those Ihtnga which are Doming upon the earUi. The only comfort that is loft for perishing humanity Is to be found In the words of Christ, "Wntcli ye.1-there fore, "and pray always that yo may bp accounted worthy lo escape all the so things that shall come to pass, and to stand before tho Son of TOndom, Kansas. "I ment wb'ch caused bladder trouble J I was so miserable i dkin't know what is 1 s-aiTcred from bearing down paina, my eyes hurt me, I nervous div.y and irregular fijij had femala weakness. I spent money on doctors but got worse ail the time. "A fricrwl told ma about Its Pinfchani remedies ar.di 1 tw'ic Lyd'a R TJilihitni'j Vegetable Coni- _ pound and was cured. 1 cannot prafca your remedies enough forlknoiv 1 J vsouM have teen well Jf I not UVcn MAHY A. HoitxEn, No. 2, Box 41, Kansas. Cousldcr Well Tins Atlvico. Ko womBii suttcring from any form of fcinalo troubles should lose hope un- til she has gm-n Lydia K. Vegetable CompounJ a lair trial Thlj fan-.ous remedy, the medicinal jr.- gredicnta of which are derived fror.i native roots and herbs, has for forty yenrs proved to be a most valua- ble tonic end invigorator of the fe- male orKanism, Women willing'testimony lo the vronderful virtue of Lydia F. Pinkham'3 Vegeta- ble Compound. ilnsp. Tonrlellernlll Jje oiicccd, road nnd ansnercil by a YTomna uud held la strict conlldcpcc. ARE THE JAPANESE SENDING GUNS TO MEXICO U'ashHiglon. Jan. it- ports that J.ipan was supplying anus lo tbo llcurta government and that President had discussed liia phase of the Mexican situation luetubcrs o' lho Sf-nato foreign reta- lEous tomudtiee night, were characterized at the White House to- day as "an old story revamped." It was statf-d today on the authority of u Senator .who attended that, during a secern] those who favored the embargo on nrms ed tbe that the Huerla govern- ment was able lo procure ammunition with ease from abroad- They noc contend that the JapaneEB government vru directly concerned, but lhat ammunition had heen, bought of Japar.esa commercial houses.. offlclals what the .views ot President were on the subject. Man." Hoping f have r.ot treapasEeil too much oji your Bface, 1 am, Youtu rosjieclfully, T. BAT3FORD. 63S ]2th St. A. Norlh. S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Lethbritfge Alu. SWANSEA'S MAYOR DEFENDS THE CITY Cardiff, Jan. moal gov- erned town In the was used 3 couple ot 'laya ago by critic about Swansea, tho rapidly extending and Mglily proupproua port at tbe mouth of the Tawc. And the nrltlc Is himself a nath'e of Swansea but now of .1, H, -lonca M.A., of the unU'ersIty (here. Tho mayor has promptly taken up tho cudfjcla In defence of tbe town. Aid, T. T. Corker !fl over six feet, anil sturdy, and every of him in am- iability f.z a rule, but hEs geniality was repTflccfl by a belligerent eictn neea an he anEuercd "Nolorlo'jHly and obvlouply he rairl, and feeing that he wan able to fiolnt (o a miinlcljiAl By stem tliat Is able to furnlRli a fin slice of lowArda lessening th rate burden; that in spHe of tho expnilditurc on tl'e Cray water works tho wolcr rate h belnx pulled down and tliat (he town only SB. are on the Mr. Corker must be concctlorl to have had the bellcr of the argument In the round. The Swansea people have a roro amouTit of In their natal place, and Hie feathers havo not ccasod to fly Jusl yol THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS IN STALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGB Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes IXFORMATUKI Lethbridge Branch R. T, Brymner. Mgr, Painters and Decorators Will You Accept This Book? 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