Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR DAILY HERA1D THURSDAY, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers f THE LETH3R1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Strett South, Lethbrltigo W. A. BUCHAN'AK President and Managing Director John Torraucc Business Manager Church, who were accustomed to look on divorce with the rigid eyes of what known as canonical law. Amongst others were rescue workers and social and philanthropic workers. Referring >o the view ot those who hold the rigid opinion that marriage is indissoluble (or any cause, whatever, the Lord Chancellor in the debate held in the House ot Lords over the Com- Do You Know? sung by Berg by Mre. Ullan Smith. Elder Clawson said be bad ekjoyea the spirit of (he, meeting. ThcAmost wonderfuLthtng iuMlio world is ".MormontsmV" and ils developing Influence world, by.tho luflu- cures oj gospel prepared [to live gtxllyWes'wbile. we rive TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What .is Islsui Islwaisw! L'. What Is a o. Who was Itaron -Munchausen? T 4. What is the origin of "to let the on the earth, not only for our salra- CHI out .of the 5. Who were "Mrs. Morley" and "Mrs. Freeman''! Wh are "The1 1m mortal Th re o" mission's report, in which ho advocat- ed ibs right of divorce on certain grave grounds, said "those who took; WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS the other view did live'-in Ibisj 1. What Is a, "IW.d world and their argumdnts wow What Is the allusion in "grin like whisperings the abandoned super- stitions of the Middle Ages. Ninety Member Audit Bureau ol Circulations. Subscription Retes: iDally, delivered, per'week .15 delivered, per'year 7.50 f by mail, per year ........5.00 by mall, por year...... 1.50 f by mall, per year to U.S. 3.00 SHOULD BE WITHOUT DELAY The question o( ibe natural re- sources for the western in i (he way it has been handled, has been I Sn tie nature of the cup of Tantalus. S The return to the provinces ot tlio resources which properly belong to thfcm has at ouc tjmc or another been withiii measurable grasping dis- ptaaice only to away when j the possession appeared reasonably sure. The process has been a vexa- 1 tlou's one, and the time has come that this vexatious question should be given the 'only practical solution which it demands and deserves in i transferring to the provinces -what rightly belongs !o them. The case of the provinces in regard to the natural resources demands thai it should be handled on. its own merits -with, the provinces affected considered principals' in the mutter'anc without the apparent pandering to the1 'conditions asked for and the desires i of tho eastern provinces who already I possess and have control o! their -resources. It is tlrue that western'needs will: I' regard to Uie natural resources should j-y looked at with the legitimate view i of tie West regard to.these re- Bourccs. That view should not us al lowed to be ,'biassed by the view o 1 ihe provinces, -which have already 1 come to.their inheritance. It Is nerthe (fair nor just to the West in the magni tude of -its interest in the question a: to that of the" others. regard! to the natural re sources all we have so far heard, i: the consideration of the same arfes1 ing attention, is thdl as.soon as fai and equitable terms to all other pri vinces can be arranged tlie resources will he transferred to Alberta, Saska chewan, and -Manitoba. This is hy n ineano a satisfactory answer to wes eru demands and requests.. To mak fish of the one and fowl of the othe as- is the case with the present dl tho natural resources the provinces, is an eminently "unsa isfactory state of things. No one can legitimately object the "fair and equitable" terms a .mentioned. But these should not 1 Tfholly held as. in. gran ing -the. western provinces what h; been agreed is due to them, and by doing cause delay in postponing t expected dny. "We are oa the uve r: great developments in the West, par- ticularly in Alberta, and cannot be expected to bear with patience the delay of the granting 6f that which, Trill materially help the Province in 3ts forward way. per cent, of the people agreed that, some grounds, marriage ought 10 dissolved.'" In tho confide ration of divorce there not only mail anivrife to be takea to account but the family, where ere is one, and tho future of tie ce. This being so there ore many ounds for divorce which have not en regarded as warranting same hicii are now. It may be said, uni- ersally urged. There is, lor instance, at of confirmed' drunkenness on the art of one of the parties and the ex- tence of certain diseases which will feet posterity. It Is to be noticed in the recommend- lions of the Majority Report of the ommlssion thrit (he question asxlo ecentramtug the divorce court and heapenlng divorce, so as not to dls- riminato against the poor, by the stabiUhmeht of local courts, was avoraily looked upon. Tbfe.is in Hje lib tho procedure now adopted There was no better summing up oi he attainment of the higher modern deal of marriage than that submit ed by J-ord Gqrell who presided over he Commission and spoke, the uthdrity of experience from being for many years a judge of the Divorce ourt. He summed It up in. the ques "Is it by declaring the marriage e legally indisoluble in every case, otwithslandlng that facts have super- ened upoa the marriage vdhch have, n fact! ended the joint life tbe rue sense) and notwithstanding that uman beings, are not ideal? }r is'it better t.o recoguize the de- iclencies of human nature and their consequences and, in the interests- of he .parties, Jhelr children, and the state, to permit tte dissolution of the egal 'tie when the -whole its orrcatlon has be'en The view, as' a "whole, taken by the Royal Commission was in. conformity the latter' question. ;i Cheshire S. What is Auld Reekie? 4. What arc the Seven Virtues; What is but for salvation of others. "In Heavenly Love was suns by th'e choir after closing by Blabon Edward Loavits. and the meeting was adjourned until Sunday morningv Sunday morning, the large attend- ance of children was favorably, com- mented on by Wood. Today Iras been sot apart for the celebrating of the oce hundredth, anniversary of the ins 6. How old is the youngest livi sun ot Kinj; George? ANSWERS An officer, between captain aud a general officer. A major or Iteuten- may' be a field-officer, ng qualified to command acUole bat- talions on a field. 2. Cheese was formerly sold In Cheshire moulded like a cat. The el usion is to the grinning cheese-cat. 3. Edinburgh old town, so-called be- cause it generally appears to be cap ped hy a cloud of reek or smoke. 4. faith, Hope, Charity, Prudence, Temperance. 5. A'mixture of equal .'parts by weight of alcohol and water..' When any mixture USB more alcohol than water'it Is called over proof, and when less underproof. 6. Prince the youngest liv- ing son, was torn on Dec. 20th. 1902. i Quarterly Session of. Slak'e'of L. D. S. Addresses and Music (Froin Our Own Correspondent) GAHDSTON, May conference'of the Alberta Stake w-as held 03 Saturday.and, Sunday, Msy-lst and 2nd. jostle Rudger Clawsob quor- um of the twelve e'roni Utah, represent- ed tie' general tutborllies. Conference opened on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. with' the' choir singing, "Come, Come'To Saints: rjo Toil Nor Labor Deep- ening .Trials'.'- Palrlacn .Christopher Frank CifiFranburs offered UiS'infoca- tjpn. The price realized in the recent sale of Alberta bonds speala well for the credit of the Province. Both i price and weather conditions are propitious for. the Southern Al- berta -wheat crop, it would seem. "With the falue of "participation those who felt doubtful of the TOieat Board wfll be now thinking'better of li Pres..Wood was pleased .with tie re1 presentative audience all of the wards being represented but one, also fbrnhe presence of Bro. Clausen who had visit Us: Pres. DUce reporled "he stake as In a splendid auVurd? ing be.en visited-and' are in perfect order. The people are more 'determ- ined to renew tlielr "of An original' ''Ouri Canadian words -by Mra. Orgilo. and music by.-A. T. Jicnson.-SyaVsiing by the choir. Bro. Geo. B.-Tqnie-6f-the-Starline ward reported. ward, although "few'1 in number-yet stri visit of the aneel to the Prophet Joseph Smith, the incidents of which were portrayed Elder B. F. A recitation by Sliss Sloan, "PaWs Letter." Elder 0- K. Ureenbach. ot Lelhbrldge related incidents in to? missionary ilfe of Ciawaon. "See ibo Mighty Angel sung by a male quartette. Wro. K5rk- up realding: eider of the branch, returning from Logan, Utah, received more joy In tho service of the Lord particuiarly in the sabbath schools (than.from, the of this world's wisdom, a greit bless- ing is In store for those who labor for the benefit oi the young. Elder Wlllard Keith reported his mission as president 6i the Samoa mission, and enjoyed his labors among the IsiftixU of the, Together with hts wife and family be spent three and a half years there, and related incidents the power of God In protecting bis servants. Solo h> JIaster Jesse Tou Halt the >Iaa Your Mother Thought You'd Be" 'Apostle Claw-son referring to 'the power of eiainpla said we mnsf. be careful of tie things we do presence of others, nnd related eome stories and illustrations of the devo- tion to sen-ice 'and'helpfulness. Clos- ing sons. "Lei Us'All Press oh in.the Cause of At tie afternoon session tie. genera! and stake officers were sustained for the ensui n g three mc-utha. Pres. "riios. Duce was appointed as patriarch tho Alberta Stake. Prcs. Wood sail In part, have true faith', should know -what we have'ratUi in, no such .thing as such faith. One hundred years" have' passed since th.e Angel .came in the last days and re- stored the'Gospel in which we should have faith. We snould have a proper conception .of character of God the eternal father and his son Jesus Christ -yho are true and living having a piyicai being. To know God is life eternal. We can not have true (alth in God unless we know him and that he.eiists." "Great is thep mystery of .so said) Elder ClawEon. "Many trials that come to us ard for our blessings. They read id cora- Laie Spring Agiiinst Heavy Seeding of Arrange For Dipping (From Our Own Correspondent) OJiCTOUR, Jlay last week was an unusually one for this district, drhily raiiis falling at various times. Tuesday evening a good rain started (n for ell night, turning to snow in She morning which lasted until DOOU. Fri- day night furnlthed some more fain, and -May Day 'opened with snow and rain Vlilch continued all day. The late spring and wel ground has Interfered with early seeding of wheat, and some, of the farmers are arranging to put In oats, flax, and millet instead. seeding will not commence uutil the middle of this as the ground now too wet ttrno'Sunday. SavrmlllB m> the -Fort Steels, B.C., district are ususually. busy. Nelson. had a'general clean-up lay Wedoe-iday, ThV'jobbing price ot potatoes iu to fca worked.' Dr. gOYeniment veter: Suary the Piiitiorn Btation, has arranging for the dipping otcattle'injuneunderthe reguiatlotis. It- Is understood that a dipping vdt be -put in at Comrey and- that' the Onefouc farmers .will to: take their cattle there at a loss of four days' thne to each; D qp IN Walter Ftaoh; 16, lost his life by Irowulne (n the. bay at Hamilton. n. dayligUt saving Colgarj- 4s jltij per ton. Calgary school; board will engage married only when" they actually u' iostead, provided uniliUliWs ann> to city officials the week- end .closing will te largely restricted to the btg stores, Seven, new ministers greduat- ed at the AlberU Methodist on Jtonday nlgUt. Only Till enter the ministry. The eexentb, in (be person, of Fred Beoke, will enter, the Baptist tutnirtry, having taXeu bis training from Joint Math- odist anil Presbyterian teacUro? staff with sen ice in'his owa'dwomlnSUon In view, Thia prayllcM tonu of.co-. operation in church somewhat unique, .hopefMl of what may.ebae in'gen- eral favor. W; Slacey is the iiew president of tU6 Hat Rotary Club. K. M. Oliver' Is :secretary. Flood condlilous in (nortlieru and -vero bettered mater- ially over the, week-end.- C. N. R. ihop'B wULJiB placed .in fcb- monton, TV. (lent and general uiaiiagcr of tho Q Mav new Danish cabinet which .King Christian on Monday requested Niels Neegaard, the'Liberal leader, to'form, Is con- stituted as follows Premier and: Minister-of Finance, Niels Neergaard. .v Minister of Foreign Affairs, SI. Scayenlus Hialster of Public Works, J 0 Christen sen. Minister of Defense. Klaus Berbslen. Miirtster. of. The Interior, Sigurd Berg. of .Education, Jacob 4ppe Silnister ot Transport, M. Slebsager. Jllnlster of Svenlng Hylter. Minister of -ASriculture, Sladaen Nygdal. Jltnlsler ol Commerce, Tjgoe Roth Professor Hi Alexander- heads .the Edmonton Club for the Ing vear1 Tfio occurred quite unexpect- edly of wife of James Hej_eron, inJIVafcrloo The Halifax. council a vote of 11 to 3 -Tuesdayintght .decided, to earing on May -Tbos H iMitchell lias resigned from1 the Pobe-Uon church Edmonton, to accept a call from gt s church, New West minster f J .that1 461'stores tind shops in Eduiuutou -remained open on Sat urda-v ednes da> nfternoons for their half holiday It loote as Sic- Lean, in seeking 'to .explain bis re- iving to 'serve thti. Lordi the testimony of marli, is getting further luto the i with his "servant class." FOR MAKING DIVORCE EASIER Marriage has been regarded as the foundation of society. This is a right- ful assumption and with it has grown the phrase "the sanctity ot marriage." With a too much insistence on the words themselves, rather than on the full meaning they convey, there has t been with some a too rigid view of divorce. There have been conditions hedged round the obtaining of divorce have made tho graining of It a difficult matter, and tlie process baa been made so expensive that il has come to be regarded more -as Ihe privilege of the rich than the poor. It is something -which coincides with the progressive thought of the day rthat the subject of divorce to 'bo looked on with a broad and not with the narrow view, if It nuy be so said, in which it has been accustomed to he regarded. There- hys been a change of viewpoint even amongst those -who would at one time have held up their hands in holy horror at the mere suggestion that the means of dissolving tho marriage tie should be facilitated. To allow divorce to bo i too easily obtained, with any plausible reason for effecting tho same, woulO (But there contention bo a very serious nA toe no reasonable i against that tho divorce laws need re- A very interesting document is Hie Sl.ijority Report of the Jloyal Com mission on Divorce which sat In Kns iHDil and whose have been made public. It Is to be noted that amongst those who gav witness before the Commission were (ibtshops ami high digniUiriei of the thaakfu..._. vihity of-tho gospel as through the Prophet Joseph Smith. A'solb ty Berg'Ellingson of Calgary. The. High Council of-the stake was reported by Elder 1. Stewart urg' Ing ail to so live that will be pleased topless, he to the weather, ktadibf storm that makes the naturaVweallh o! the country, although we may feel that it is a' IHtlb 'late'all will come alright and ariyv other coiidition would not be beneficial, wo must prc- pare for tho storms as they are the salvation of the co.untry, After'singing, "We, Thank ,Thee 0 God for a Elder Clavrson ex- pressed appreciation .of the privilege of meeting with tho saipts in Canada, also contrasted the'conditions here and in the States regarding the wea- ther. We- should be the good health'we enjpsy tho-tebple is almost if completed-in our Lord Is bestowing .upon ils. -Sing joyful songs for by'them we are judged, the singing of such'songs will-provide a feeling of contentment in this time of unrest.'- There is nothing like the in- spiration that comes from the singing of the songs of Zion. The main thing In administering of the sacrament is the prayer ha repeated correct- ly, as he revealed the proper words to_be used. Saturday evening Pres. Stirling Wil- liams .representing the stake presl- dency congratulated Unpeople on tho Canada has given her sisters a' lead j splendid attendance despite tho in- are' for our perteeti on He 'Svheu Nature wante a man" ani_ __ inented oti JL "By a little alteration we could say ''Wh4n Qod makes a man, He prepares him for the Oi rough tribulation, many times through poverty 'arid lowly station, be- cause God wants to educate liim. No man has been calleii suffer as: did-Jesus ClirisL He.bcrfe'the sins of' the world, descended belb'w.aH'things, sniftered all, things, that he might nse above all things.' So also we must en dure much affliction buVtie Lord has said He will deliver us Ma his "own duo time, but wo will be tried as'gold, seven times. ChrUi suffered all things to be exalted, so also we should not murmur or find fault .icittt God for they are for our good; betray the faith or betray God, nothing so great us treason, i It Is liard-tn re- gain confidence when once lost al though we may repent p sackcloth iWith.her 17-year-old grand-daughter acting as Mrs. 'M.arlerSny der, Hushing, N.Y., was iivirrkd. on ThursdaV night.to George'Buchanan. N.Y. ISach- is 53 years .01 age 'Three' children and five grand- chi'dren of Mrs ind four chil dren and three grandchildren if Mr Buchanan attended the Buy Victor s (MIS' VOICE) Records HERE Quick sop Ice courteous and all i he catalog to choose from at MASOrj t'-RISCH VICTROL'A? PARLORS" Ileuiember the big-saving you can make on Red Seal Record over last orices Ask m toMet jou hear some VICT'ROLAS ON EASY TERMS. fetlqwril Htm. tht MEN'S HARTT SHOES f ,t BEST SHOE----- We'liavo opened up a shipment of these in black and brown calf In different- lasts and, widths ensuring a perfect fit comfort in wearing them The quality of tho shoes is slich that for money get greater wear value than iu many other lines of equal price' I ON AND AFTER MAY OUR STORE CLOSES ON WED AT 1 f M W. 3. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING The echo was -a false one, It ap- pears, in repeating statement from Ottawa, as to the adoption ot the Jelli- coe naval proferam for the Halifax' Bcho. The departure of the Mc-nnoniles from Manitoba and Saskatchewan will not be greatly, missed. They may be good farmers, but good citizens, with a sensing of all their responaibilitiea to the Slate in which they live, are more to bo desired than good farmers. "Winnipeg citizens are themselves responsible for the high cost of cloth- ing, and by careful buying anj pocket- ing some of thalr pride can bring the .cost down to reasonable said Slayor Gray of 'Winnipeg. With "pride" be should have coupled ''prcju- ice" to bo in tho wisdom of Jane usten. Clyde Jones then gate a solo ac: companies .by lira. Layton_on the piano. i Sunday evening, under, the .direc- tion 'of tho Mutual Improvement As- sociation tbe following program was carried out: tojjhc' Man." Workman of Claresholm, n the request for a diplomatic rcpre- enlativc at vVashlngtoo. The feRsona ivon. by Xcw Zealand; South Africa, nd Australia for following tie lead, hat by it tbe Dominions will be ac- ordeil freedom In conducting their nicrnatlonal tariff, customs, bound- ,rios, antl immigration, affairs, are iiiito sound. In discussing a Dominion FMireau o( Murallon, Ihe Journal of Commerce irguea the matter well when. In ,say- ng that "an alteration of tho British North America Act to bring the Ques- tion of'education within the Jurisdic- tion of the Parliament at Ollawa does not seem desirable, It slates, "But [here is no reason why thero should not bo conference and co-operation, not necessarily ot an official char- acter, between the educational auth- orities and leaders of all the Pro- vinces with a vieV to making the edu- cation question one oi Duuiiniuii wMu interest, and bringing about harmon- ious action where such is practicable, Without Invading tho sphere of Pro- vincial authority. clement weather, and.said that if we put our trust in the he will bring us'out alright, and although we come through much tribulation nnd .hard ship We will triumph. Ukc the form er qpcaker "in referred to the weather conditions uld encouraged all not to despair, as these present storms are the salvation the country, we must leant the" lesson [aught and profit thereby. Religiously there is work at homo for to do, among our chil- dren.; and these with whom we como In contact. It is-nol necc.sanry to ful- fill a mission to serve God and teacli his gospel, the education thai ,is car- ried on in Ibc various organizations will enable usrto qualify ourselves it we Improve these opportunities. Wff flre largely like our associations and we should ceo to it that wo seek good companions and we can thereby im- prove our lives here on earth, dn not Angel From on High." Smith's First Berg Elllngson. Concert Auy One Uut Wishes." Blessed Eda Olsen, Ida Brown., Ruby.-Parrlsb, Smith's First Visit by an Angel." "Tho Vernon M. Coombs.' "Joseph Smith's Testimony of His First Jlrs. Anaio Leo. J.li.ied son, Heninger and Parrish: of the First John Smith. cornoi, trom- bone, p.nil nlsno Berrycssa, Hensen and Layton. Wort Accomplish- ed by Joseph Elder Clausen. Ho produced three books "Book ol ot and ITcarl of Great surpassed only by the Bible in their effect on lite religious world. Organ T. Henson.' A souvenir t-anl was given all 'St. 1. A. Choir, H. Caldwcll. The ilram.illc association prcscBta! play entitled Cover." two nights to a largo and nppreclntlve audience, Tlie staging :anO costuming were well carried out. had their A Most Trying School GirlV Life suspecting frbra her (headache some possible eye. Hon. .Dr. W. II. Hoberls, Minislet of Health, New coinplioliona, we have her see an wile re- Brirfsvick, "than to find that during porls jevfre'condilion of asligmBtisni. At the sine preceding the closing of the school term, TO arc time, bear in. mind, nature fs doing her best neglect your opportunities, conquer Hie difficulties that lay in our path- and we will be better prepared for way the lite -to come. Miss Ixxla 'Workman o! (laresbolm sang, "Spring is ComliiK." rjder John F. Anderson, Inlely returned from a mission to Council Dlulfs and Wder Wm. Kirk'up of Oleichen ward both bore testimony to the truthfulness of the gospel and the saving power of Hie same. "Wo Nover SimeulnOi" was lines well In band and nil was well rendered. Special mention should.be made of Mrs. "Hoxio who as leading lady sustained her part under the third degree o( grilling arid showed that slio was mistress of Ihe situation Mr. Duf.ii as "KJ." not only played but looked hia dlf.IcijH as pxicret servicifl man. AHiOtiicrs weixs well iaken but we must not fin-gel to Mr. Dave a liappy Jovial millionaire. A largo company of was shown through tbe temple today by !'Mr. Ales Campbell, These visits ,nre a dally occurrence as so many (ravel- ling people are ambus to view the Interior. Although hot nullc cd ycl enough is'fiiifillftl to one to get a complireas'ly'6 idea of the find shtis truly very anaemic in apprsrani-c, longun cftated, generally fnr tho avenge weight. notice, too, Ihe nervous symloms spoken of by the mother, simulating a beginning ctiorca, or ,Sl. dance, upon examination of the licyrl, which she complains (ihont ns beating rapidly there is revealed a functional murmur, 'nrtd -.yoy buy, to yon to see if you cainot Eomcthirlg for her. difty BB well as a pleasure to (ell'others about it ,You know she has been leading her class nearly nil This Idler' from, Parks pf-'l! 'Pjcton St., of tha term; ebe is compeling for is very 4cry- interesting in .tjiis JGeueral's Medel, and we are so anxious lhal she he connection. Sh.e years ago my lUlle jiiccessfnl; but of laid it is so hard for her to Bludy. girl was Inkcn ill wilh S5t.-Viltis' dance, and for four her head aches, she has no we cannot years we. doctored trying several doctorj and force her to partake of food; her bowels are con-' diffcrenC remedies .without curing her. She could slipatcd, she is so nervous, Doctor; she caanol get. iiol walk or get around at.all, aiid we had fo feed her, to sleep, sometimes for hours after, sho BS she was unable (o hold a spoon in hfcr-nand) iter 'She is and frail looking. W6 olso noticr. tongric was nffccled so that we could het twitchfng her face, eyelids and mouth n lol, and slond her when talked.' a of of lite tossing her head to add (to and we arc fearful, mine who knew of the benefits d( Dr, Chasb's Nerve if Mniettirig is not'done, she will not hold out nnd Food ndvlscH me (ogive my little girl some. I acled we do, BO much, want her to take the honours She- upon her ndvioc, and soon TOidd'nolice a difference, has worked so hard for all winter.' She was qideling down and commenced lo cat better. "Wetakea look atths girl and End thai in almost 1 continued Ihe trealmenl'fdr she (jvery parlleuhir tho-word picture of the moihnr graduallygolfllronger.and -Slmrccovcrcd quite corrficUy describes the condition We from her nervous trouble and wns able to gel nicely. We are very grateful fo Dr. Chase's A'crve l-'ood for the clirfi it cftcctta for t Dr, Chase's Kood( 50c a all dealers, or Udmansort, Bales k'Co., I.id., Toronlo. Be Mirclu sec purlrail mid uf A, (he famous llcccipt Book (ho box'