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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 5/ y PAGE EIGHT niE LETHBlllDGE DAILY IIEHALD TUESDAY, MAliGH 5, 1018 TOY THEM TO-DA'V VOU li�ve rriRd Itllers rcoom-,A * .mniding f.fit rills. Vour tleiilerJieepn C.lii Pill... ^\1ly)J.. on mifteritif frc.m J'�in� iu tKe . B�ck mid SIdt. Rheura�ti.�m. LuRihago, (;t�vi!l. Brick Dmt \ir. �i��tls, n-nil niffiwiU 1-tinnMoii when Cke remedy is nt hnndf People's Forum Commiinioations under this iiHist bear th* signatures heading ot tho Lemons Beautify! - strain lemon juice well before mixing and massage face, neck, arms, hands. A REPLY TO DR.FERGUSON Raymond. Alta.. March 1, 1918. Til the tcdlfor of The Herald: - Sir.-I dcRiro to thank yovi for the ' si)afp given mo to mikp answer to the , rhnvfcrs purportifd ti� Imve liecii niBilo ! by Dr. ForRUsion acainst the l>ntter Hay S;iltit.-ays he did not make the ehargos against us (u o:ie paragraph, hut in the no.\(. slatfi. onto the world. They lielleve Josehp ,,_,',, ith, .Ir.. an Impostor. U they arc !'.'.?","!.!." 5?-" Government Not Likely to Influenced by Pressure from ()ie Brewers t-r--- Here is told how to prepare an Inexpensive lemon lotion which can tie tisetl to bring back to any skin th>! sweet freshness of which it ha.-|,,,re,i brewers and dl8tlller,H does .o ,u the peril of losing Sftlvat on. , ^^.g,. ,^ noon to- .et . . Smith. .Ir., an impostjOr. right in l(helr jtiagmfint,' as I'r. Ferguson s.iys, .Toscph Smith "also has the grciter iiin.'' That is ti-tte.' It sToseph Smlili was an impcistilr, lie has laid one of the mast ciintjlng. debase, wicked ; lie Itas lolil aye true; then light beers bo allowed. So far. it wag offiolally stated lotlay. the government has made no charige in its policy regarding the time limit. The Jinpression prevails Hhat any change is unlikely. Hglon. exortml and still oxorts, throwa Wm into relief boforo us, not �fe � roguo to bo,criminated, htH as a phenomenon to bo ox|il.ilnod.' The vital (itiestiouH Americans arc HSklng eacli other ttJday hnv'h io Ho with this man, Bitfl wltK whltt ho hak loft us." ! Jesus"Chrl.'jtvlled as an linposlor, (lliKl boc'atise ot. Hia truth We aei torlh hoi a�roeihg with the views ot men K'lO holil to -Jtoses and tlio Prophots. Now wo honor Itlm as a Ootl, ,'Who knows but in time" to come, Joseph Bmlth may fulfil Jootali ideas? I knoiw he is a prophet, a-s I know Christ Is tho son ol God. This In spite of your thotighta to tho contrary, "^fow If you know, there is no retoriiied Kgyptlan langimge; If you know Jo.seph Smilli Is a Prophet ot Uaa), and was not sent, ot Ood; you will cohfet- a groat favor on all Mormons In JiftKltitjIng the proof, JrtOBpoctlully, , SNOW. (This; ends-Hie controversy so fur as tho Alenild'p coluirtns are concern-od. W�i :tefil that wo'have'dealt, fairlv with b&th sldofl.-R(jv Herald.) U. s. takes over docks Washlngtoti, JMor. 5.-President Wll-Quincy'a^son Intends to tako over tho. Hambnrgr Aui^rlcaii antl N'orth Gorman Uoytl Steamship compau.r> wharves and docks at Hobakon. NJ. H�J arranged today with Sehator Martin, Democratic loader,' for an amendment to the iifgont deficiency appropriation hill giving him stitih authority. re- ligion, geology, and other matters dealt kyour clergy hold forth, then I fall to with: nothing contrary to Avhat i: known can be pointed out. In tact, all the wisdom ot the last century, talis to prove It otlier than what it claims; C.od'3 dealings with the ancient inhabitants of America. As to the men; other than Josehp Smith. Jr.. who saw the plates. The doctor calls tliem "simpicd minded." Do their characters prove It? They say tli>�t Joseph took them Into the Avoods, andthot "an aiigfl of God. came down from heav- , aiiti ii 11 yvm iiui ueitr scruLiny a^ close as many ot ih# modem jirad-ticics In your cities and vlilages where its adherents; nia:le the things they things .said by the others, and Is* about I I will compare the fruit.i of JVIornion-sjid ot Him true. Neither tho fact that ' as larse as the Old Testaiiieilt. In all | isiii. with the fruits of modern Chrlat-lle. Himaelf. hapiii-.ied to be Ituown as : its references tn past hapiicning.?, by , lanlty, and If It will not^bear scrutiny a "Xaiarcne," and carpenter's son.'. one historian nuotlng another. It has nor the fact thai He chose as His no coiitradictions.aiKK In history. Apostles. 'Humble Fishermen,' or de-suised "Taxgathers." wiio might he c.tlled ".'Impie minded men." destro.ved the efficacy of Ilia mission .ind His atonement. How happened it that there came into e:tistonofe cither ot the above serlsV After -what manner dirt tiod call ihotn into existence? Did God call either of them to teacJi His holy word? In order to find out. let us go back to the early centuries. WTien Christ came, ali Christians believe, He Wis the one chosen to establish (Jed's work. He chose men and ordained them. He gave rules for their conduct. When He was put to death; He left the powers ot Priesthood with His Apostles. The .\postles, did not know "Christianity ot tho New ferta-ment." Josiah Quincy, a graduate ot Har-^ vard University, Mayor of Bostcm froin 18-45 to 1S49, and acquainted with th^ great men who Hred from 1802 to 1882, or most of them, said of Joseph Smith, after visiting him; In his book - "figures of tho Past." "It Is by no means Impossible that some future text book, will contain a question something like this; What historical American of tlio en." showed theiii the plates, and "the i isnji century has elerted tlfe most pow voice of God" declared tinto them, that they were translated correctly. One man mlglit have lied. But three men. hardly; and always stick to it; How abmit these men? All of theni were ELECTRICAL (SUPPLIES (1 fiiaMilUSI^ .hnd all kinds of Kttfr TRICAL WORK. WX. Mclierizie Ifc Co. PHONa eS7 718 3rd Ave. s. ence until about fifteen centuries later. ; if the Catliolic church had God's an-, ihorlty with them, then when they e,t- ! 7500 PURCHASERS OF MO-LINE UNIVERSAL TRACTORS HAVE PRODUCED A POPU-LARITY WHICH FORCES PRODUCTION TO THE 20,000 fvlARK FOP. 1918. v No Better Salt in the World TAXI TAXI Q United Taxi Q Service c ~^ c ^ Open and closecl ^ -A cars. - - - Day and ^ R night service. - - - R  Office, next Ale.K-  andra Hotet?---- PHONE 387 the canadian salt co. limited FEW CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANDROFF AND STOPS FALLING HAIR WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE hide, pelt a FUR CO. Rear C.P.R, Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank ' Office Phone 799 Rftsldence Phone 326 Kli'lp; ot dandrutf-that awful �curf. i ,,on^gj,]e 'fhere is notnInK so destructivu to i ' Tractor Repairs We specialize In reboring gaa tractor cylinders, and fittlufi overslzo pistbns ;^na rings. ' We have iu stock at prestmt oversize pistons for all popular luaUes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored h NSVEN BROS. elOlstAve. s. Phone 1732 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING ^ouse MOVING V ;coA).,co. d; �city CARTAGE qo. � .Vari Horn Bros, /)06 6th'9f, 8.  Phone 138 to me, of Peter,' James attd John, roappoaring in the i9th centurj-, the hair as dandruff. ,U robs the hair and transmitting to men that autlibr-ot its U;Btre. its strength and its very ; ity. u is just as reaabtfable-to raei'aS life; eventually producing a feverish-, the story of Christ taltlug Peter, Jatres-ness and itching,of the scalp^ whicli ' and John Into tho "4-IoIj'->|ouill" 'and if not reinedied causes the hair roots I .Moses and Ellas appearing to them, to shrink, loosen and die--then lhe says, then this Is .God n wdrK; lustre ami lusilibw his Godliness, teach us tUe truth; show us wltii his poweiful, testimony, as Peter did on the da'y- of piiatecost, I where we stand. Show us how God I has given him the rl$ht.to sayi-^"Pe-1 pent and be baptlised oVftry onetit yon, ' 111. the name of Jeaus Christ, for the I remission ot your sla�, iiid ve.- SbaflJ. iKeceive tiio Qlft-oll tiW,'If(3lyj,$�aKt, I tor the promise Is'unto yoil! autf unto ! your children, and t all that'are aJar : off, even as many as the l;!>rd.ouv God I shall c3ll." Why not^dQ t\\i� liistMd I of branding u:i us a,''raorhW lexcrea-' cncB on the rollgioiVA, tiiUtuVo. of the ! liiihcmtury." ' '  '� I l.waiii 10 tell y^vi.jpj' Wttrjm^l trj�m(, I Food Will Win the War Sc??e your country and >ourM;tf by raising FCX3D on the fertile plains of Western Canada. Th^ Caiiadian Pacific Railway makes it easy-fdr -you to begin. Lands $11 to 330 ata acre; irrigated land uptofoO; 20yearttopay. Loan to assjs t settle rs on i rri ga ted larid s. Get full particulars and free illus- . traced literature from- �LUN CAMERON, Qu.'i 5^1 CP.R. Ufrit 923 l5t �t, C^�t, calgary crful influence upon the destiny of.hia countrymen? U is by no means Impossible that the answer to that interrogatory may be -titus written; Jos- ., , ---- --- ------- -- -- ----- ----- oph Smith, the Mormon Prophet. And assumi> the nuthoriiy to act; but Clirist . cut off from the church for iniscon- the reply, absurd as It seems to mo'st actually choso ami commissioned duct; turned against the prophet, but ; nien now living, may he an obvious them. After tlie first century, closed, , no^ one of them denied that testimony. | common place to their descendants, to whom did they tr.in.- is The -'angel of God" coming alio. How like the Master on the mount ot transfiguration. He took Peter, James and \ John into "the Mount, and Moses and ; IClius appeared, and the "Volcti ot God" ( wa.s heard also. The learned gentleiuau sass there ;.3 ; no sucii language as "llefonued Kgypt- ^ 1 Ian." That is contiur)- to what God i ; said to Joseph Smith. God told him-j .'there wa.s. Hut what ot anything re-1 , aerabling Egyptian found in the writ- ' ing ot the native races ot America? \ Dr. .\1i.i!;ust be Plongoon In-the New; ' York Review of Reviews for Jiyy i ' ISSo says among the .Mayas. (Central American Indians) an , alphabet has begn discovered ' practically Identical" '. with thai ot the Egyptians, and that ! the grammatical striictire Is strikingly : similar, etc. Even as early as 1S88, : .a wi^iter in the Foreign Quarterly Review says: -"'Lastly, the eye of the  antiquarian cannot fail to bo bath attracted and lixed by evidences ot ; two great branches of the I-IIeroglyph-Ical language-both having striking af.-1 ftnlties witii the Egyptian," etc, In ; .Mexico. j Joseph Smith. Jr.. either has auth-j , ority, or else he is a fraud and an Im--postor ot the deepest tlye. Which? 1 claim he ha,s the authority once "de-'l j livered to the saints." Why? Becautee i of the many evidences 1 find in,'hi� ! favor. First; He testified tliat-God j revealed the work to him, and others j !>ore record with him, of seeing*the ; _' same things in a meaeu're which ho ^ \z ^:;i;:!rM^'^ii:i!:i "^"'^ ^ '^-^""^^ '^^^^'^^^ and Beautiful-Try Thl.l ; ^^j. ( recognize the marks of� dfvinit.v. and a logical explanation nACKJACK When writing HIM make your letter ^ double treat by saying: "I'm sending you a boi of Black Jack." A stick a day keeps indigestion away. Every time you buy it for yourself, buy^ it for a soldier, too. The MORNING CEREAL will taate all the better and % alt the more nowlahiBK K yleatr of milk from this 'dairy be^setf. Our iiitlk li ozceptUinallr rloh In cream and fine lu flavor.'Better have u bottle left at your door overy mornjBK, you cam have It reflularly for broakfuit. Phono 137�. ^ ) � Crystal Dairy limited 1576 - Phone 1576 > Pure Chewing Gwm $ Dr. AT. M.O,C.' EVE. BAR, NOtB AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Ottlco rooms. 121-Ui New P. Burns Building, Corner 8tli AtIL and 2nd St. Boat, Calsmr. Office Phone iUitt nesldence Phone lltOTT Interne end Ho;uo Sarcaoiik Uanbattan Eye. Ear. Note end Tbront HoepKsI. New TorkOltr. 1911-l>t�. Spcelaliet to Cargary Sehoal Board S74-3I MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER A WITCHELL The Same Gbeii icrvlee Phone* 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth �t, N. We Want to Make This Clear to You When' you find a printer who can produce results, ask just two questions: Dx)es he know cosis? 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 Ho^rald Job Department 'CI ;