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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS LETIUIRIDGE DAILY ..HERALD May U, lilli Record Upon Which to Ask People Stippor (Continued from front pagoi 'ton, and -deal with local Issues. Ik had'exainlned the roads In the district and >hHe some of thorn are ;is good nay Jn the country, be found BOHIO that needed.'attention.'- Wlicn elected he will be, tic would know nelilW east, west, north or south. He would be [o represent every part of tho riding. He didn't propose to Jiiake any promises beyond the pro- nilse to do his very best Tor the peo- ple of the rid In p. Ill tbe past they'had been treated quite generously, ami while it would .fre impossible to platrjc everyone, he would do nil he. eouUi. He did no1, .wish to jDipoac on iho Premier's time. He came to let them sec what manner of mnu he was. hud not any doubt, hut that lie would he el- ected, nnd he appreciated (lie aggrei slveness of Magralh people in stan Ing up for their rights. No one ev gets-anything without soing after i nnd Masrath rieve-.- fails along th.i line. The. Premie p's1 Speech Mr. Slfton, after ure at the large audience, said he ha been, there when the towiisite was s Jected, .and he was gratified at th marked, evidence of growth. In a the fifteen years that had passed there-.had heen improvements en, RBii Alberta is taking ifs plac among the first provinces of the worl JTe lived In Alberta whcu there wer Ing would urgOIr, Woolf lo re KlBii. as 'na that thought be could ntreiul to Ills duties Air. -Woolf hliuBelf Instead' rea'lgnci tit be thought uol jjiyo the tluie duo his constituency not', tlie Bltehtcst said iho 1'remler, "the oleetoi'B will lake'lils Bend a man to sup port the Boycrnmont, in doing the good. -Us during, tho years .John was member for Curds I oh other thluts the goveru- [iif.-ut.lina to do besides talk about Not- nral. .Resources arid displaying maps. people have the right to know way done. .The Labor Lawj tlie laboring man, (ho Inws for hlB benefit are superior to nil oth- er provlupee. One particular cnso vn's tlmt when were discharged ami few. people in it, and since then peo pie had come In to make their home: here, and were coniin? in greater nun hers every year. They came here lo improve their conditions, and shouh lie given every assistance. In vieu of what .Mr. Woolf .had said about Dr Stewart mention ol n clprocity, he..would not dwell on the necessity fo'r larger markets. ..-The people JiDd their views on Ihe" tlon, aud he .tboiight they, wahted. and needed larger markets.'- The retisoi the Conservatives .are so anxious to contest these bye-elections cirrc control .of the, machinery here, and also in Saskatchewan, so that at the Federal election, they would have the advantage of governing the inninir .mctnrers.oi: "the .lyist. That is.ihc, reason for the Ilio reason! ihey n'erq being1 uaiieci on io vote ainst AVoolf, so that lis would not be in the help the local-gov- ernmenL in the fight for freer, better and wider markets for tho famier'aud for We are told by Dr. Stewart PairlBli tlmt there are only suer. H is doctrine opposition the issues. Surely the rest a voice .in .what ihe government should be commended or condemned for? Surely, if the government' has done something not In the interests ul were kept waking for.weeks for heir.' inouby-by railway companies, h resiling gyug bosses, sub-contract- >re, otc.. Hhc" Legislature considered t.wna''a-grievance, as his labor WHS U live working man had to sell, nud the Legislature, seclus H was a real grievance passed an act giving u mug- is (rate power to', compel the paymeii of wages for every day the laboring man -hqd lo wait for his pay. (Ap- plause.) .Alberta is the only country in the world with such a a law laborer against honest 'enuployers. The compensation for injuries act was another instance of good laws for the working men. whereby a fair com- pensation is s-ecured without recourse lo law or expense. The act is working satisfactorily. To Help Education Out of the limited income at the orrow1, more... ISveii If tho aevun right.! tween .soaPtons of I he LeglBluturc. H COUB nioh l.v sujjio mlfltako of pijpvldcncu slven jiowor, tlifjy -would havi) to borrow mild the Premier, "we have -snld the Premier, "we luivo not borrowed so much as Ihey EIIV we have. Qiio liundrctTmid twenty- ulno millions wufi TUh2 latest liyiircy hcarii. The Actual, Debt "Tho actual debt of the province is -rbr till public wr.-rkH. es, demonstration Ahou ono-hiiU had been stitmt on Buildings and tho other half on nnils and brltlg This was leaving out telephones, h ure carried on a different basis, The telephone debt Is The total general debt at December ;ll, LUlli, will lie and tho lole- iibono debt "There is one million to be spent on roads, and iwo millions on lele- jni's. If opposition critics had giv- ihesc facts and (old the people that It was outrageous, mid they should vote the government. It would he more honest than (he -criticism Ihey indulge They should roll that, ihe debt of the city of Calgary is near- ly twice as hirse, nnd Ihe people there coiis-jcfcr-ed it nrol'itable nnd tu every citizen. t "They, niijihi tell you thai .the spent on telephones Is outrag- eous, that, it Is wrong (o extend the phones to outlying where there is scan! revenue, but ihu govern miMiL look Uu- view that It was better to risk Ihe credit of lhc province ami iiake the needed Improvements .until the telephone reaches every would not be advyltinblo to guarantee pity, 600 'jjlllctf at uncu, UH It would bo to plii'co such a the-money. Tho, toni pilules-are bujhllug au rapidly iifc thu> can get- men, money and rimlorlnl. I b uocossary to outline where iiro to ho built, sol thill, tho pco ulu know. Oiic cf ihe grout evils of the past was' tlmt people wore' j.vo mlh-ed n roiul would be built aud ihej loeiiied In hundreds, maiiv lo Ihei ruin, because Ihe road was uuvei built. People" went into the north Blmonlou. Ihlrty years ago because they were promised Ihe C. P, H., which was actually Touted two hundred miles south, and It 'was not .until t'ii'iecn years ago (hat Kdmonlon gol u road. After emphasizing the wisdom o[ naming the roule en- tire line, aud only guaranteeing from year io year, us It Is buill, (he Premier said, it was In the- liueresis of Cntd- ston. of lUnsrnth. of all Alberta, that we should have a ous population. Kvory man thai coiner in, helps us-. Ho. had a vision o-? tlio time when not but thirty to forty millions of ix-opte would make npiiohilinunl, for May was nlso .imong llic.lilg' numbers, nud the mimed out tlio door. "What nick? was chorused aiohVtlie line, ami ;i t.wo iK'ayy-cynil ni'en, collar less; coutlcsp, .their hair "iill-fn" anneal': showing what strain tlio ail vigil had been. in MOO they said ns they passed down, tlic line, ihul before, thr.y had ROI half a block word proceeded them down one street around (he coriUT along llic next si reel ami on to Du next'; it travelled' like llghtnl "We've got a gooil chance, the llrsL hunch'arc awny up in high' classes." was' the jubilant cry of. tail cud and Impatiently walked the few slops forward which the drawing ol" thi first few numbers made possible Crowing close to 'llic man. preceding Jealously Guarding place, each moved with liis ghhoi'K. Along Hie lines severa cninls were madc-liy outsiders lo iri'iik in, hut in no case was ihe ruiie successful. Uig brass builunwl hluecauLs were strung along the linii anA ljin.first siirn nf was Ilit'lr homes In Alberia. We have the resources, tho. climale ami the soil. Thu South bus its advantages and the Nor! u'has Us advantages. The Souih. Ihe 3oll and ihe fuel. llic ;md policemen, who acted as judges, and- aflcr deciding the merits of the case, ejected the .man they believed to be in the wrong. The first score of land .seekers in Lite line failed to connect with small numbers, ami of those who were yet has luexhau.sllble water poweri which sonje day would run every piece of Hiufhinery in iho province. Question of Honor In concludiiiK the Preuiiur dealt with (he question oC natural resourc- os. They were told if ihey did jiot vole Tory they would not." get Ihe re- disposal of tbe government, they hud appropriated Sfi'J (o assist, the dinners :ind townspeople in yal the Benefits of ihe best system education iu any new province or new 3tnte on iho, face of the civilized worM. put of current revenue, wag -oted in as-oistius farmers in getting be very best results, and this aside rdm on ourit for demonstration farms and iif (her v r business and every other sources. .Such, nn admission shows who needs ;i tekfyhoue. The govern-j contempt for the Federal ment nill borrow every dollar neces- sary., fi is the oulysiife basis upon which the business can be run. Up govern men I. It means that it' you do not. vote Tory Mr. Borilen will not do r.3 he solmenly promisc-d. lie hud not to last year ihe. telephone system was! the s-iiine contempt dor .Mr. Harden as run without costing the peo'ple one) UT. Stewart has. He believed him io be honest, in his views. H" his support- ers insist on his .heing honesct. he will do as he has jiromfeed, without In Not a Cent of Taxes the udintnislratioii of justice was spent, nnd not n dollar as taken in taxes from thy people. i jirorinces this rev- nue wits got entirely by taxation. Various public ivprkK.and tbe -de- idn'straiioiJ. farms, were paid for out capital nccount, and tEie memliera dollar from the general revenue. Tire interest ami all expenses were paid out of earnings, and (here was a. sur- plus of lApphiuse.) The) government intend 16 run It M a sim-j a. of the the electors should be called, on to vote against -Mr. JYV'oolf, and, on Ihe the govern- ment lind done something meritorious they should vote for Woolf. It was not for Dr.. Stewart and Mr, Par- decide on what grounds their o-E country that the building-j arc loc good, while in oilier parts they denounce I[ as outrageous tlmt the Kovernmeiit does .not sjjciul .more moii .ey and buy more land, ''Continuing, Air.- Sil'tan said the farms would.tfe developed'at tho ex- pense of the government, rather than at that of tlie new settler and the government wilKsncnd more instead of less as time.goes .by. To, Help Farmen' Sons" Mora be spent, so that every farmer's son, who wishes to go convictions should be settled. should decide whole record, of the government, and if thay approved. It should be a'pleaB- ura to vote-for1 a man .who had lived so many .years In the district, iia .Mr. aend him to help tht forernment in'the work of build- ins up Alborta. There are more im- portant questions 'than that of Xat- tirtl Raeourcea.. W0 have nothing to do with that. They mufit go to Otta- and see the friends of Air. Pnrrish and, HC if they, .could make an im- preniioji en them. Mr. and all othcn were ready the next morning to accept the reiourcea, but neither Mr. Woolf nor 'Mr. Pdrriab icould.get them until government at Ottawa to hand them over. The Dr. Stewart and Parrlah decided rallwaya, and-that he would discuss later on.' Johnny Woolf'i third issue was that the Sif- ton unfairly in not forcing Mr. J. Woolf to sooner. >'or that, reaaon, they were waked to vote against the govern- ment They said Mr. Martin Woolf is and favorably known, but they rote afftinet him. became Moveniment did not force John-to ro- looi'ier. "j; (hat is good reason- mid Mr. SIfton, "it is your duly to. vole against -Mr. Woolf. There will 'be no objection from us.. But in all Jioneety, Dr. Stewart should have slflL- fid thejiill case. .Tho government Lave do with the -re- signation of A'lhe'mb'flr.-' He is elected for live years, and unless the Licuteu- Ant-Gorornor dlasplycQ ithe House sooner, the gorcrilment hag no pow- er, if they hail, ihey might exercise Jt against ihe opposition. (Applause.) .They might force.a.member who is rilHlioneat enough to exhibit, a map deliberately iniB-reirrcienling the rall- lo the schools, when established, win education necessary to under- stand the'.technical side, Fanning, antj get it free of unnecessary cx- That's "the. way assistance to the farmer is carried on, and will be car-' They ried on in the future, the Notwithstanding -all''this money that hag. been spent, tbe government has had .to. borrow millions. yet Dr. Stewart, and.. Mr' Parrish get up and say there-are no issues, only two. In all the years, not. one single attempt has bean made to charge that one dol- lar has that should not have been not one dollar was ever misappropriated by any mem her oC -the government, or any mem- ber of th-e service from the boundary line to limits, extending nearly to the North Pole. ('Applause'.) And then they say there is no issue. When, for six years, these millions have.been, and not one wrongful act u record any gov- ernment'might wall feel, proud oi. Any.government in any State of the "Union, or any other province, would make that a sufficient jualiCicaticn appeal for support, yet lhc sev- en righteous men compose the they say they you to put in new men, un- tried men, and-w.e. do not know what would happen as a result Rural Municipalities Continuing, Mr..-Bifton referred to the extensloh of BClf sovcriiiuenfam- ong'the fiirmera the rural .municipalities bill. Already cessfiil business institution, and government which THUS n business to give accommodation and without loss .is deserving of commend- ation, an', that should be :in issue in the campaign. ;5onie .Extensions The government is rjuite jusuifed in extending the line io Cdutts, with lines branchin-.-put in Cardston. as settlement required it, and thfit Is what is {joins to be "done'this year in: ihe interest crr'CardsJon, in ihe ihter- est of Alberta, in the interests of bus-: itiess. The'Railways .Troceedig, Mr. Siftou deiilt wiui! to bribe, the people for Parrish. "I Lhink he do as he promised) last September, nnd Is not. lost to nl sense of decency and honor, and as Dr. Stewart yoi to vote for a Tory candidate.' Soitie the Premier, have 'lived in Alberta .twenty years without .the resources, and we .are 'prepared, to live here nil our natural lives without the resources, rather than be bribed lo vole against" oiir consciences. The is TUr. Bbrdeii ip uocide. Fie left It to their gflb'd'judgment to vote for Mr. .Martin" because he is the best man, and will help the gov ermnent curry ouq-your, business. Let others'try- to bribe'you with your own V T-T V- l naiurnl -resources a Tory Sov railways, winch Ur. Stewart is -MJnr. (he electors lire nearly the north, while the south suffers. the northern constituencies there are bye-ele'ctiuns :rtie' can- didates making it tl'ieir strong argiiment that the government is .catering to the'south and is bfilng''neglected. It has not bceii the habit of this government'to make a speech at the boundary which could not be repeated in Edmonton. He was prepared to give the exact facts in regard to railways, and leave U to Ihe people of Mfigrath to say whether justice was meted out io all warts or not. He deprecated strongly setting one portion .against Lhc. It (was the duly, c-' Cords ton's representa- tive to not only represent his own con- stituency, but to see that justice is given Landing "as .well as Cardston, and the. people of Cardston, n-s well as -the people up the Grande Prairie country. .Continuing, Mr. Siftou painled word picture of the-.Grand Prlarie country, and said when the south couniry became-crowded, and people! could sell their the price wanted, would move to the north land. Some would come from south of ihe line; sonic from Ontario; enrneni. Mr. Si firmly applauded at the conclusion 'W'tiis address and tlio meeting closed with the- singing 'of Ihe National and three cheers for Mr. "Woolf. Twenty Thousand is Offered for Ticket (Continued from' Trout page) some from Southern Alhcrta: The way slluallon, lo reeign. They might say he was nol.lipnest, and should be fired. (Applause.) The government mijority might HBV Dr. Stewart was dishonest, but that would not. -be right; the governmnt hid nol the power tn force a, member to reifin." .'Continuing, -Mr. Slfton-iald he bed 'known '.I. W. Woolf for twenty jAirs. .known him n member of .the Nortliwtit Territoritil -AsBembiy; had known him na a member (ho l.pRlElsilVft Iflfemhly. One of fc J fifty loctlitles have asked for. organi- zation, 30 that they might liave pow- er to borrow and carry out needed; impTovenientB.' .This act was pulsed at ;Llje', direct Ins'laiice of Use farmers, and Jto say it wkg "just aa gqbd'-'.k'.blli. could be found anywhere. It- waa the request of .the. but Dr. "S.tcw- art has nothing lo do with U. bccniiac. U has nothing to do with Natural .Tic- sourcea. The Debt Dealing with the debt of the prov- ince, the Premier said Jt was neces- sary to horrq Wo money. in debt at. Minds.. Farmers; had" to bor- row money to carry on tneir'biislncsa and' Improve their- buBinene mcn.lmd to fo ..etrry larger eycry school dis- trict, every 'city; hrid.'lto borrow. tnon- sy 10 get or wiilt leu, 'twenty to be lo .pay: ivf The: gov-ernment findi It nWeMi'ry I o bor- row to build'., rqiidB, nuhlle j bnlldlngB conn could provide hotncs lor un- told millions yet to come. It would make Alherta proud, and would-be oi) ched with the assistance ol Cardston's rypceseutalive and tlieir votes. Mn Siftou. jii'occcdliig, told, of ihe road-.; guaranteed [the. mileage Is pub- lished in another column] and-.point- ed out that lhc main trunk lines of Ihe G. T. P. and C..N. R. arc built In Hie Edmonton' district. WJlh.thja the provincial government had nothing lo do. fn order to bniM branch lines, it was necessary to .build south and holding his the .present, al- though all state they may .sell if they ate gi.ven -Iheir price. It is estimated that the. first chance worth at least UMOO, while sccon is worth and. third rumor has it that prices in a( vance of these, have been offered an refused. Welsh- -i ni media lalyvlelir the buildin after drawing the.-lucky, numhct an vaulting1-a went to frli yet he refused to. discuss tho.inattc many hundreds from the ballut churn went soaring Then cnme the i'rst. shock. Toil Land, insurance man, real estate agent, and well known citizen generally, was lirat- 10 get inlo the money. Holding about 35th place in tlic line'he drew No. 2 from tbe ballot box, and the word, passing quickly.down l-hc-linc, stirred j the crowd to uneasiness. Then came nnotlicr long wail- while compan ly high numbers were drawn, follow- ed by informal ion that No. 3 liccn drawn by Tony Alkinson oi the Cecil Hotel. This caused another stir, and tlio crowd in the rear began to get uneasy, and as .limy advanced step by step toiliic baiiot box irom vrbich some oi Iheni were ,ovrr lialf a mile away, the uneasiness incueaseil. It.was'Lhc lirsl; .sign of the. strain nf the all night vigil beginning to show. Tims, tlic drawing continued till Style 1 Means Muchftiv Oxfords No.nnihcr snuirl you vour.slioos, luilows arcU.lio laU'sl. Jiol; dressed. And Ihe Fashions arc emil-in- cliiuigijig in Oxfords., A.I tliis find 'LioughL VxprcssJy' for suit your tjisloi I lie forel'fcinl'.'or the: latest i'asliioii. 1'ou buy hero, Vvliy not. Cilll Jiilodiiyiinilld us .show 'you the latest in: Barry's for Mem Queen Quality -for. Women Notliint> newer oii (lie market TOCOBHY exercise. WHS highly commented upon j to do better He salt) that he by air present, and much'credit was was now. Knight is'the given to-Mr. R-evill for his apitmuiii the teaching of this class. D. H.. Elton apqko on "Unity among owner of three-fiirms, and 'Welling-, mid hits demonstrated on these farms what he advises IB The, sale opens I on .Tuesday nine o'clock and there arc many present from al pails of Western Canada desirous ni .gelling soiTK- of tins newly subfllri'd- cd- portion ,of Kdinonton's .inside pro- perty, which lias stooil idle Lethbridge has over one Hundred Members .i (Continued from Afternoon Seiiion Saturday At the afternoon session on Satur- day, 3SO persons were present. .This is a record 'for BUQh a season of. the rear as this IB, when nearly all of ihe farmers of Ihe .district are busy of si for ictiint; bis ticket 'arid use himself. But if the first numbers have reiused to sell thci chances there, has been, some-h'risl dealing in 'numbers.'.under H. la reported" that.28 was sold.lor other numbers close .to tho. 50 marl arc said to have been sold for fioir to bub with the Ren cral cxcilemcnt prevailing, it, is IK-IK lo gel authentic news, aud.-soure im probable stories arc being circulate as to the sum.s oHefcd and by lucky drawers. Ton i glit all the real 'c.state orticrs I arc ollcring big listings and an ;uic- iiortl. from Lbu Lrunk lines. There j of lickpls is hping conducl. would be no use aUrliug ;it ihe ilary :iml building north, or the stuff, the people have to ship would cd in 1112-Separate school, hall, whicli is crowded to the, doors. Puiictually er the main line. Of the lines gum-l aL two 'Irawing .1jcEan, with anteeil to tlatc, ISM iiiile-j are gusir-j Commissioner Hellingliain and autced aoulli of the city of Kdmon- MclOwen supervising Ihe drawing. ton. and 1120 miles north. Dr.'Stew- iirt did not 1el) them (hut he map he showed hntl only lo ways dealt do with the session. -I-'. T. Aitkins, of-Runnels, .real es- lale, was lirst in line .from nine would not. bother with tho oilier ses-l ill-j o'clock Sunday nfglil, and-until'two o'clock he had waited, dill not sions, for they ;ill hnd lo do with rall- nil lie said, I ways south. -The branch llnua to he built south to thl-j country I they mlglit-linvn attempted rush. I was .it the .door first and L fort other lino could bo built from them. U la not always expedient lo fiiuu'dnlcc all the lines at once, lo KU.inintcp for those parts of lhc line it is absolutely Impossible lo build whhfn the year. The two. hundred nillcH of any ronrt whlelT could' be built thla year were guiiraiileed; and the reniflluhiE portions will he guar- anteed the roada arc built. Thi-j haa tho tenderer lo nmke lhc iulcH hurry construcl Ion as rnp- Idly aa imsBlble. If. only 100 mllr.g Rimrnntccd tlmt would be ho- e ll was ihal thnl. .luliirp. to ull It would JN to build be inleiidc.l tn remain_ I here and T (Mil." A big bluct-'oat who had relieved the n'ifibt "who liad 'hclil down thc; .nlglil, sinllcil sym- paLlicticnlly. do you tiiink you wiir pet he asked.. "I .KUCSS I'll he' in .big was the rn- nly, "It's just, .iliout and it the. ballot II.O.T, AI thins drew somewhere among the 1400 cliiss, 'hut he was game: Vjj's I lie saiiV.wilh stood see .Stanley frotn, llir 'yailfi-.ofiicc, Ink IT his to oully of accomplishing many things, cvon'Svhen a united'effort'lB put forth" mid e his pointy Bifone bv.sliowing how much harder'lt was when ihe ef- fort was not united.- A quartette, compos- ed of; Bullock, AyildB and Peterabii Wn'g '.'Roclc of J, AY..Jacobs, of sbme- Ihing to say about peopled'cb'nceptioh of hardship. "He" thought" often' interpreted wrougly. He referred to the fact that this report- ed us having had two (biit that .could ase or wojild. indicate condition here. The first Ray- mond Sundgy, an exercise on tho IflBBon''of and showed marked akill and Itnow-lsdife in their-handling of this aubjeijt; t'fr" ea-i'interest. Harkeir, of ifagrath on their, land, and even town people TUBhed with business on the last day oftheweeS. President Allen was e churclrbf Jesus in the cba.r again and conn- 104 President Theo. Brandley, Stirling, was called on to address thej peopl-e. In his remarks he related some of the trials that people are called upon to encounter in the deve opment of a'-new country. He that the test of a man was in the WQ he handled things In these clrcumstai ces. CJOBinE his remarks, Mri Brnm ley read extracts from "The Lfahonn the elders' journal, of what conatitnU a good Mormon. Stake Superintendent Cahoon, Cardston, a visitor from the Albert Stake of the Church, spoke of the Sjil It of the Gospel. .He .compared ;th spirit of the people of the world wi't that of people with religious -iuclina lions, and his comparison was dscic edly .in favor of thoae who follow Ing the dictates of conscl-ence, the lending pf the gcapcl of Christ. King, o-J1 the high had in In'a address a ring of thankfulness He-1 showed the necessll. thankful for the things that we enjoy and ndvlaed- the showing of khulrvesi towards other people. P.. B.-Rolf son spoke of the necessity of a good example in our daily lives emphasizing our walk and convcrsa. ion'as We go about among men am vonien. Bishop W.' S. Johnaon, of BiLrnwcll Bpokc Ward, ire re ported successful work hi his ward luring the'quarter. Sunday School Senior At the Sunday School gwsion Sunday morning, at ten o'clock, the irealdenl, Ernest Uramwell, Stake Su- lerlnlcndeiH, 'spoke on opportunity, ndlcatlng to Ihe children how often life are neglected. The .-first Inlei'iuedlnlo detriment f Llie Raymond Sundeiy school U ave'a song, after which Assistant. Su- crlntcndcnt J. K, Blllson gnve a re- ort on the work of the Stake officeta nrlng'thc quarter. At thU polnl In the programme, tho ccond intermediate class of the l.eth- rldge Sunday school, under tlio lead- rshlp' a'; ,f. H. RpvlII, gnvc a class ex- rclse on. the five articles of the Mor- ion faith, with Scripture (iiiotalloiiR. 'hn clans WHH r.onijmaed qf Oorge rrcii, (iordou, bvlc Cti-ccn iind Jmla The, Christ of Latter Day Snlnts ed that there- were .city 10-1 membcrs'of the tnoke of the growth of ;Morinoniarn'-in the southern pTcdlctetl-'oyien- a greater growth in the CRuae of '.tho activity of those wlio_ were at Iti bounds. H. Ostlund, bf'JJtthbrHge, or SLirling, spoke of forth of tlw church in this nge oE.the'wc'rltl and the restoration of the OoBpcl. This eeBaion of cd to be school has ever been .r Held thib 'Something ove 775 being in :'til tend -Sun- day Record Crowd Sunday Afternoon At the "Sunday afternoon meeting of the conference, over 900 "people were Stake H. Budd, of. Raymond, reppr.lB it as being the largest attendance at any Conference held by the ;clnrrch In thli ward. Preiident O. H..Sh6w, aseislant' to PreHident Allen, spoke on the siibj-ect LI1U .ngUl' tH 1 llRV ITJ I'; IB'gOing Into inteiiBlve' and IB the .work on .his .farm that no.oilier (armaouth of Lethbridge is doing. Because of this' re- marks on this occasion were listened to wlth; very 'gi I'Bisiiop'MJBvi .his anti a 'great'advabce in'the c6untryrWRB good enough.for him aad_ bis people. Miss Young, singing proved so acceptable at Lethbridge last.week, soloj "Oh, Divine Re- lorted 'Stirling Ward, and lo say re- garding the Is to-be made. ;tp raakef StlrllnV'iSij.licflnaed districi. five.miles iribrth'W new Lown- aito IB Included is now the lo- cal option district. Drigham, Yonng1, granduon of the origlnul Brigham S. Young, of Utah fame, spoke on the Saints of God the He advised the worldly gooda. TJie afterndqiii.s'eHsion ,'cloacd wlih an.anthem by the choir, Mutual In muaic and programme which was "ren- dered i'on Sunday night, Mr. Irvine JDarter gave 'anTaddiroBH on the making pf Jewie Redd gave a very excellent paper .on .'.'Christ i a n Charity.V Ward Not Divided Yaf It was anticinRted at this meeting of the coni'erence that the Hayniond ward should bc.-dlvuled on the plan spoken of in a recent iasue ot thu tlerald. It was found, however, that Apostles, who Svere expected from Salt Lake at the last minute vent word, that Ihey would .not he able to be urt-ieril. One of the regula- tlone of the churchj is. that when a' radical chanse'bf made of Euinimeni oflthe took.of Mormon that of the prophecy. HC Indicated that It wns predicted In-the book of Mormon-that Am erica., of as the land of l by God for his the Gentiles .who'-arc In ba free people. Mr. the. fulfilment o-T this pre- Ijcpdiiriii the goveriinient giyiug the people' of. the United' StaleBrillwrty, iml reinftrked that.even greater liber- y' was given, in Canada. Tie thought hat there was greater progress -be- nusti of this condition... The Church, 1111- e.r (he leadership of Insliiicior Gco. 0. Nye, of the Knight Academy slaff, ang Father." Aster nrlggB. of the Norlhern Slates lias Ion, gave a detailed account.-., IB work in this mission, spea'klng nth oT Ihe'difficulties and lite -auc- church present." will now be necessary to Set the permission of the authorities, at Salt. .Luke before lhc announced chnnge can.go, Into ef- fect. It IB'expected that-this word will arrive within Ihe next few diys. Lethbridge Vakt to Or- hi'addition to'the work of dividing Raymond, it will be necesiary lo organlxeVhew wardi at' L'ethbrldge and Tjisiwork in Ihetw places liaa beeii .found to have grown to s'ucii in extent .thar It-cannot be properly from, iho Raymond .Wur.d, as done in ihe Altogether.-Lhe cbnfercncc WSB Ihe Mt 'Hucueasful-pial.has ever been held m Raymond, nnd the reporla were all and llic otfcera of ihe ch'nrcli optimlsilc of (he work that'lies before IhVin. of the ay Knight Small Far mi In his addrcus, Ilish Councillor Kny loud Kulght, lifter, whoin the (own1 TAIT DENIES IT f llarinoiiilMn said. -that he] St. 'John, N.U., May, Sir Thom- ved. that 1 here wore more oppor- j as Tail, -who la here, aaya'Uicro is mitres In Cnunda :iiiy oilitr I no till up In (ho report that to fiiin lace thai he had ever lived. Me nd-' reed the laic JmljVA Mnhiie. ay chnlr- Isnd (hft people lo 'o' the Dominion Railway Cou- ixt IK, lo fur in ainaller arofty of laiulj mission. ;