Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT mi; LETHBRIDGH DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1�18 TRY THEM TO-DAY VOt: luvr tend 1-llcrs rc.-om-* mending Cin rills. Vmir dealer Ve'eps C.iu IV Is. Wfcv �,� tit suffering ftoiri r.-ti.-rs in'lhe Back unit Side. Klirunsalism. l.umhsgo. �!�vel. Bru-k r>M>! Iv |'*shs, tntd lliffunlt Vrinntioti when the remedy is at hatirir REPLY TO DR. FERGUSON Raymond. Al:a.. '.'a-.h ;. ISMS. .� Kditor (if The Herald: -I desire to man!; yo:' tor the i'iven Die to make answer t,i the es ]ini'|).v"!fi! Ikivi' been made r. ! erguasm atEinyi I Ho U-ttter Saints 1 also w isi ;a reoly a-; :h,> oiiv fl;. as 1 ran tii hi :tod in y'nar issue e ��nary. :i ii"�croud gentioriii :nake de eiittr.ce ;\i: af.tvpli. liir in ho did i'l siibst.-tr, "P'l'i ills! June, he .-bows hinisel tonuued slander. :-\l>Ian:'.tii>'i iie -iith of .1:1 .�y� ugiim.-! did ] 1 lo me Lemons Beautify! - Strain lemon juice well before mixing and massage face, neck. arms, hands. 1 e.arg "por:.- : ir. Jesus l.'tMicf devils, del lis � r-ni^y !:-e!.-i!.. lit" ib;::h a blasphemy mniic n from um- f 1 frt? is told how I.' n!f)i;H't' an 4a�>x. pensiv.. lemon lotion who h  lemon pulp get? in. then this lotion wii' keep fresh for month*. Every woman ; knows thut lemon juice is used to ; bleach and remove- such blemishes as freckles, satlowness ami tan. and is ; the idea! skin softener, snioothener and heautifier. -lusi try it! Llei three ouuuas of orchard while at any pharmacy and two lemons from the tracer and mske up a quarter pirn of this sweetly fra- � Erant lemon  lotion ami massage }r daily into the face, n-ik arms and . kands. ;:nd see for yourself. 'iltnrt 0; the � the ape. no; ;! adhereals; i d of I Mm true. N . I liir.jeU. liajip": N'ajavor.e.' aa-i Moss: 'lp a >.� It W'a.a. would h- tali raid sal tile Sects of H' eats with He casls out e prince of . i'.. "lie is Neither the ,ic t'oKowci-', peclibility o:' thiuus they �r the fact that o he known as arpenfer's S(>?i. chose as His ermeii." or de-wiio might be .1 men.' destroyed mission and His that inert came .er 0: the above manner did .turie3 later. Was it 10 the Presbyterians? Xo. The I'reshyt-ria.11 church was not in exist- ostlts. "lirsnth:!' oised "TaxiMihe.'s �ailed "simple iiiind he offhaey of His : .ruenielit. 1 U�\>' iiap'pftied i: :-.:�> exis:-ni* ei; eels? Atler w'ua. at' them into cxi eit ot "iin1 until about t'l: If th? Caiiioiic ei-thority with them. teen centuries late"-, ttrch htnl Cod-3 a';-then when they -\IND ALL KINDS OF ELKfr TR1CAL WORK. W.L. McKenzie ^* Co. PHONI �S7 718 3rd Ave. S. 7500 PURCHASERS OF MO-LINE UNIVERSAL TRACTORS HAVE PRODUCED A POPULARITY WHICH FORCES PRODUCTION TO THE 20.000 MARK FOR 1918. i TAXI TAXI United Taxi Service 6 C A R S c A R Open and closed cars.---Day and night service.--- Office, next Alex- g andra Hoter - - � - 6 PHONE 387 No Better Salt in the World incisor Table THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED FEW CENTS DESTROYS WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 79$ Residence Phone 326 Repairs Tractor We specialize in rebnrlnK gas tractor cylinders, and fittius oversize pistons and rings. We have in .stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored STOPS FALLING HAIR f Save Your Hair! Make it Thick. Wavy and Beautiful-Try Thi�l Thin. hiit.Hr.-. colorless and scragfiy iiis unite evidence of a' neKlr''i''l :.. lip; of (|and-mf - that a-efnl ncurf. '!ben; is notniti:; so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs tbe hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life; eventually nrodiicins a feverish-nets and itchinp of the penlp. which if not. remedied causes the hair roots 10 shrink, loosen and die--,hea Hi--hair falls out fast. A little Dandwriif-tonight - now-any lime -will surely savo your hair. Get a small botth of Know lion's Hs.'iderine from any tlrtij; store or loi-let counter, mill after the first appli- �ai'.on your hair will lake on thtu Inc. lustre and luxifrianc- which is .o. beavtiiful. !l will become, -.vavy am! fluffy and have the appearance of abundance, an incomparable gloss and sofinesp: but what will please you most will he after just a fnw week*' use when you will actually see a lot of fine, downy hair--new hair-growing all over tlie scalp. -Advertisement. NIVEN 210 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 DRAYI! ^OUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 419 Food Will Win the War fcerfs \uur country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. Thef Canadian Pacific Railway makes it. easy for you to begin. Lands 511 to S30 an ar. Pergii-s.m siys."'Joseph Smith "also has the (treater .-.-in.'' That is true. If Joseph Stiii,it was an impostor, bo has laid one o' ! in- mest cunnilli;. debase, wicked de. ep'ions, ever Riven to the world. If the t'uinss lie has told are true; then t vt ry person who rejects his teachings, (toes a; tie' peril of logins salvattan. Let s lake up Joseph Smith's cktlins hrietly. A.^ Itr. I-Vrgusoti referred to "Tile witnesses of the Pool; of Mormon." What, of the Hook, and its wit itesse.-:' The book itself, covers a period of history of the early inhabitants of America, tellinir. of two distiuct pe> p'.es. who kept records for about two thousand years. It is written, as the Iti'ole. by various prophet^ and hi-t-i.."ians. one often re'erriitK to Hip �things said by the others, and is about as larte as the Old Testament. In al! its references l;> past happening*, by one historian (ptoting another, it lias no contradictions, ami in history, religion, gaology. and other matters deal: wi'h; nothing contrary 10 what is known can be pointed out. In fact, all the wisdom of the last century, fails to prove it other than what it claims: Ciod's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of America. As to the men: other than Josehp Smith. Jr.. who saw the niates. Tile doctor calls them "simple;! minded." Do their characters prove it? They say that Joseph took them into the woods, and that "an aujiel of Ood. came, down from heaven." showed theiii the plates, and "the voice of Ciod" declared unto them, that they were translated correctly. One man might have lied. But tliret men. hardly: and always stick to it. How about these men? All of tbem were cut. off from the church for misconduct: turned against the prophet, but noj one of them denied that testimony. When tlic-y became his enemies, three against one. if they had lied, wouldn't that have been their chance to get even, and expose him? Call them weal: minded if you will, they were men or' the greatest strength of char- j l'.cier. .My father, a man at no mean character. : judge, one understanding the law; knew tltPtn all. and knew them to be men of intelligence and strong charatter. Joseph took three men to attest his wortl atrd work, an "angel of Ood" coming also. How-like the Master on the mount of trans- , figuration. He took Peter. James and John into \he Mount, and .Moses and Klitis appeared, and the "Voice of God" , was it card a No. Tiie learned gentleman sass lliere it no such language as "Reformed Egyptian." That is contury to what God said to Joseph Smith. (Jot! told him i there was. Hut what of anything resembling Kgyptian found in the writing of the native races of America? Pr. August l.e Plong.-on in -the New York Review of Reviews fnr July Ist'i.j says among the .Mayas. I Central American Indians! an alphabet lias � begn discovered ' practically identical'' ; with thai of the Kgyptians. and that the grammatical strnctirc is strikingly similar, etc. Kveu as early as 1S?.i3. a writer in the Foreign Quarterly Review says: -"Lastly, the eye of the antiquarian cannot fail to he hot It attracted and lixed by evidences of ' two great branches of the Hieroglyphics! language--both luring striking affinities �-lth the Egyptian," etc. in Mexico. Joseph Smith, Jr.. either has autli- . ority. or else lip is a fraud and an impostor of the de�p:-st dye. Which? I claim he ha.s the authority once "de-' livered to the saints."' Why? Recause of the many evidences. I find in his � avor. First: fie testified that God! evealed the work to him. and others : oore record with iiitti. of seeing'the' same things in a measure which he saw. Second: Because in the churches of the day. I fail to recognize the marks of divinity, and a logical explanation of where they were empowered to act for Cod. Hut I do find a claim, rea- . sonahle to me. of Peter. James and John, reappearing in the 19th century, , and transmitting to men that authority. It is just as reasonable (o me, as the story r,f Christ taking Pater, and John into the "Holy Mount" 2nd Moses ai:d IClias appearing to them, and the voice of Clod testifying. "This  is my beloved Son in whim I am well ple*sed. hear ye. Mini." This, to me. ' is the only logical manner in which authority could be given to men from God. by who actually held It. If Jos- > eph Smith. Jr.. did receive hi-i Tfeh: , as lie says, tne:t this is God's wow which have. Christ was received by but few in His day. and He said "but fey.'" would walk Id the ntrnigtht- find narrow way. "Many" would -follow the wide way. I desire to coneliiile ( with .the thought.' of my own as to Dr. Ferguson's mitid. and-what .losiah Qnlney thought of the Prophet Joseph Smith. Dr. l-ergn-on thinks it. is like a crazy hath tub saving an ocean liner, and a "morbid excrescence,'' etc., which he is happy to think is not so with New Testament Christianity. Well, he has a right to his own thonghts, but he dis- 1 plays mighty poor judgment a minister of a church. If he be a Hervint \ of God. why doesn't he follow the ; teaching of Christ, and "preach the ' gospel to every creature," and be a , man? Bring in's strong proofs, show ' his Godliness, teach us the truth, show tt.;> with his powerful testimony, as Peter did on the day of, . where we st:ind. Show us how Ootl ! has given him the right to say.-"Repent and he hs-ptize-cl every one tit you, in the name of Jesus Christ, for tiie i remission of your sins, and ye ShaJll ( Receive the. Gift- of the Molj* Gftosr, , for the promise is' unto Voili' ab'd1 unto your children, and t all that are afar erff. eieii as many as tjie 1.3rd our God  shall (fill." Why not do tltjU instead , if branding n:- as a "morbid excres- i cace lea ih- religious culture of Ihe ; Pn h , ,.ni ury." j 1 want to tell you my lwiirueJ Mvwi, . aud acquainted with the ', great men who lived from 1802 to 188'-'. � or most of them, said of Joseph Smith. ! atler visiting him; in his hook - "Pig-1 tires of the Past." "It is by no means impossible that some future text. book, will contain a question something like, this: What historical American of the , iS-th century has eierted the most pow- ) erful influence upon the destiny of his j countrymen? It. is by no means ini-. possible that the answer to that in-J terrogntory may be thus written; Jos-; eph Smith, the Mormon Prophet. And the reply, absurd as it seems to most men now living, may he an obvious common place to their descendants. Fanatics and impostors are living and dying e^very day. and their memory is buried with them: hut the wonderful influence which, this founder of re- ADAMS BLACKJACK When writing HIM make your letter a double treat by saying: "I'm sending you a bo* of Black Jack," A stick a day keeps indigestion away. Every time you buy it for yourself, buy it for a soldier, too. >w�f�/ Cv^^_w^^*G Guv. MADE IN CANADA ADAMS $ Pure Chewing Gum $ The MORNING CEREAL will taste all the better and lit all the more nourtubing if plenty of milk from this dairy begged. Our milk is exceptionally rloh in cream aud fine iu flavor.'Better have ti bottio left at your door every morning:, you c�� have if. regularly for breakfast. Puoiio 1378. . Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone X576 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, N08E AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th At�. �nd 2nd St East, Calpny. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne aud Hotiss Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. Ear, Nose an(J Throat Hospital, Htm York City, 1911-191*. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER A WITCHELL The Same Good Service Phone* 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth 8t. N. 1" We Want to Make This Clear to You When you find a printer who can produce results, ask just two questions: Does he know costs? Is he honest? If so he will not take advantage of you nor allow you to take advantage of him. Then give him your business on the basis of Confidence. The Herald Job Department ;