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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ''THUMDAT, MAY 21, PACK THHEF YOU JXWF HAVE TO WORRY YOU don't have to experiment to know which is the best paint to use. We havt done all this for you. We arc in a bustlton to the varioua claims of rival manufacturers in the paint business and we have finally selected what we believe to he the best paint for our customers. tell and recommend Canada Paint, manufactured by 'I he Canada Paint one of the oldest and'largest paint manufacturers in the Dominion. We know that Canada Paint 'will give you the best of satisfaction because it is carefully manufactured of pure materials, such as pure lead, pure piire coloring pigments, pure hnieed oil These arc all thoroughly nmcd and ground by powerful machinery in proportions according to formula; The purcneas of the thoroughness of the mixing and the guarantee that Canada Paint mil cover the greatest amount of surface, that -it will give you i durable paint film that'will look welt and wear well. Made in forty beautiful CO.QIS. ''Conic And see us about your paint problems. C. W. GRAY HARDWARE AND PAINTS, ETC. Phbno 761 310 Fifth St. South, Lethbridge CANADA PAINT Iliiriin. it i duty I U all MCMMf to toll wkat Lydin E. PinkJum-i peand did for me, Oneyearifolfonml bnr. I bad ptint tn both md iiieh a tortiua 1 if, Id ictretly itriight.n up at time., Mr back ached, I bad no ap- petite. and TTM 10- (By Max JfcD.) A comparison of: flenres from re- portB guilt to the churcii authorities at; Salt Lako City witli the general report of the church as presented hy President Smith at tho conference just closed tehows remarkable pro- gress in tho work of the Church of Jesus Ohriat in Canada. The Morm- ons, as .Is well known, own the great- er part of the southern portion of, southern Alberta., and are extending work right into tho City of Calgary on the north, Tho churcn in Canada is divided in- to two ecclesiastical divisions called stakes. Of thoec Taylor Stake is the larger 'having .nine churches with a total membership of In this division is included the towns of Ray- mond, Magrath, Taber and Stirling, and the city of Lethbridge. It was taken from Alberta Stake In 1902 on the occasion of the first visit of Pres- ident Joseph K Smith to Canada. Alebrta Stake is the temple stake of Canada, Cardslon'is its centre and its constituency extends to the Rock- ies on the west and Calgary on the north., it was created years ago when with President Clias. Ora Card, the first band of Mormon colonizers I set foot on Canadian soil. It has no I WARD Sowiu, Hodgdon, Maine. i other larse towns save Oardston. but lfjaam m aunot drag until I the villages of Mountain View. Leavltt ,n f, heowsary, but at iBeaser, Aetna, Klmball, Wollford and uke Ljrtia: E. Pinltham's Vegetable Taylorville arc within its boundaries. Compound. Its population in the membership ofj the. Mormon church is two stakes then give a total popula-, ble Compound will help you, write) .ion of 7946, but this does not in any (confidential) for ad- Your letter will be opened, BU OPERATION AVOIDED By UM of Ljrdm E. furrow omU not ileep, then I would tired Boninfi Uiat I could get around. It almost bie to mow or do a bit of work and I thought I Barer wonid be any better un- til I robmlttad to an operation. I com- menced taking Lydia E.Pinkham'i Veg- etable Compound and soon felt like a new woman. I bad no pains, slept well, had food appetite and could do almost all my own work for a family of tour. I shall alwaya feel that I owe my gwd health to your ponla- i sense represent the Mormon tion of tills' Dominion. At the close of the year a report j sent from each stake to the headquart And held, in ItTlCt confidence. I ers at Salt Lake City. This report contains financial and statistical data rend and aniwcred by a i which is included with that of sixty or more reports to make a general report which is presented to the general con- treatment in the organizations suited to them. Missionary propaganda is the crown- on the face of the earth has its quota The cities MARKETS I THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., May iind closing prices on the grain, ex- changes today were as follows: July October MnJ- .July May... Jiilj...-. October.., Kovemuer 98% 1ST 130 U1V Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 1 Red Winter No. 2 Red Winter No. 2 C. W............. No. 3 C. No. 3............... No. I............ Flux- No. 1 X. W. C............. No. 2 C. W............... No. 3 C. W............... i Minneapolis Wheat Open May M14 .Tuly.............. 9-1 September December........ 90 Chlcajo Wheat .May Wa July........ S9-Vi September 8S% 136% 139 W HI 130 3S'.i .17 89% 86% A MINOR BE MB? INTERESTING CASE .REVOLVING ROUND THIS POINT BEFORE THE PRIVY COUNCIL May coun- cil [IcJiverod an interesting today in Lovine vs. which raised the as 'to under the- a mino.i' can lie sued wiMiout the appointment oi a tutor. Their Lordships in allowing the appeal expressed themselvps. in agreement with the dissent-ing judg- ment oi the chief justice of the su- preme court 'who held that minority absolute, bar to action. Their Lordships disagreed with Justice Brodeur that the incapacity of min- ors is relative and not absolute, hold- ing that such incapacity of minors was absolute, subject only to tertaun expressed exce.pt ions. "When once established, as in the present case, that the so-called de- fendant is an infant he ceases ah, in- itio to be a defendant. This is not merely' a question of procedure but .said their Lordships. RAIN AT PORT ARTHUR SETTLES, FIRES Port Arthur, Ont., May pient forest firus in this district were extinguished by this morning's rain, the first in over two weeks. Port Arthur, Thomp- son's tie and lumber camps in Gor- hom township were destroyed hy for- est fires at a loss o-C one 'thousand dollars, while he saved his .sawmill with difficulty. A number of small hush tires arc reported from various points in the neighborhood, but no other serious damage, Indications are for rain tonight; PERFECT CORE FOR THE KIDNEYS Suffered For 10 Months With Terrible Kidney Trouble Until He Learned Of GIN PILLS 1 "I tnffeted mistrycven wheti under treaiiuetlt from.the best doctors for ten niontlls, and nothing seemed to do me nny good or relievtrtnypainful condition. My' trouble Inflammation of the Kidnejs and.'Biitlder: finally deter- mined to ijo to the Victoria Hospital, Halifax, for treatment. Two days, before departure, ft hetKbbor called and happening to have aC.lS FILLinliiApockelinsiitati riiy Ukinf It. I did ilul six lioiuj after taking tht retnlti and benefits I derived wrc ndthiif. of niiraciilouit. insteml of going to the l, I MKtforiboxofCl with the result thnt I am n I recommend GIN PIU.S to everyone sufferlnK from Kidney and Bladder LEWIS MACPHBRSON. It makes lio difference what you have been you have any trouble with the Kidneys or the Urine is hot flilf'i if Tour Back aches or yon have Uk'e'OIN I'lLUS and cure jonr'self. Remcmtier, every of Gin Pills ia a guarantee oi salijfaction or money back. jocVft'hoi. 6 for at ull'drngglaU. Sample free if jou >-rile National DnlK and Chemical Co., of Canada, Limited, Toronto. 211 ference of the world-wide Mormon ing feature of the rapid growth In church the first Saturday in April of j the church. Every civilized country C In comparing these statistics one is jot Moraori miSBionaries. struck with the long lead "the the east are full of the traders go- adiah church lias over the church a's InB to door Tilth tlieir liter- a whole. In the compilation of births ature. the wihole cliurch shows 37 per of population. Canada had Mor- mon babies'born in '1813 or 45 to the. j of population. Of deaths the general .report gives 9.S to the while in Canada there, were only S per One can easily see that with a birth rate of 4n per 1.000 and p. death rate of only S per of pcpulation there must have been a considerable in the member- ship of the church: The statistics on marriage are very interesting.. Xo less than 128 mem- bers of the Mornion church in Can >vere married in The Can- REFUSED TO Ri8E AND GIVE THE TO THE Berlin, Slay of great r confusion and uproar-marked the clos- leads again jnt this. The ijng scssinn oi the German Imperial average for the whole is 15 per pjriiament, today. of population, while Canada's re- 'fhe members of the Socialist, party presents 16.3. Notwithstanding that instead of retiring from' the chamber a long journey'must be made to Utah i before tic usual cheers for the Em- for temple ceremonies. 0 per j peror were called for, remained and of Canadians compared with S per j kept their seats from which they re- thousand in the Mormon states were; fused to rise. married in Ihe temple. Canada also Speaker Johannes Kaempi Imnicdi- ias fewer 'widows "than the church; ateiy called attention to this breach TONIGHT ONLY TONIGHT ONLY Feature Photo Plays DUFFIELD INGALLS ARGENTINE TANGO HESITATION WALTZ ONE STEP Complete Change of Program Tomorrow THE BEST SHOW IN THE CITY DR. COVERING APPOINTED CHAIR. .MAN OF VINCE-WIDE CAMPAIGN Temperance forces Lethbridge rallied round the. flag last night iii one of the most stirring meetings ever held here. W. S. Gold, chief secretary oi the Alberta Temperance ami Moral Eorm League, came-to the.city for the purpose oE organizing a local committee to aid in carrying on the great work of this live temperance institution. The meeting was not overly- large, but it wa3 decidedly, representative. It was held in toe First Baptist church, and members oi practically every other church and-young peo- ple's society in the city attended. 3lr. Gold gave some very valuable bints and suggestions as to a plan o! procedure in connection with a cam- paign, which he hopes to make prov- ince wide." Dr. J. 15. Lovering was appointed chairman of the committee, and is to be ably assisted hy lite following Vice-chairman, -A; 'IS.' Dunlopr secre- tary-treasurer, Rev. J. B. Pickel, and an executive'of ten members, inchul- jng the leaders "of the Two G.; T. local lodges, the C. T. U-, the' president the Lethbridge .Young People's Christian- Union, a represen- tative' oi the Salvation Army, and others. _ London, May- specific denial have gone to, foreign fields from this side of the boundary. The total num- ber at work is over among which are 100 women. The church has not failed in its duties to the poor and aged. In Can- ada 275 received temporary support through the Relief Societies of the different wards. Some aid has been extended to t'he -Mexican refugees. In the matter of tithing the Can- adian church is said to measure un I'airiy well with the other stakes of "Zioil." In the report of President Smith at the last general conference it was stated tbat only 40 per cent of the litbes of the church are used out- side of the stakes from which they come. In other words, CO per cent. of tlie amount paid is used on expenditures in the wards. The -10 per cent is expended in building and operating institutions ot higher edu- cation and lemples, .promoting mis- sion work, and defraying general ex- penses. Jlany thoughtful Canadians are ask- ing the reason tor 'this phenomenal growth in tlie Mormon ohiirch. One of the reasons is doubtless seen In the vast agricultural or the church. In 1905 the Canadian branch ot Ihe church acres in ono block from the Cocliranc Ranch company. Tills is being settled most- ly hy Mormons from Utah. Another reason is perhaps tho large Income of the church from its tithing system. -N'o project undertaken Is ever held up for of funds. Those in charge of temple construction at Cardston arc assured that as fast as The money Is needed the will be forthcoming. The perfection of its organization is most remarkable. N'o members' o( tho chilrch can possibly ho lost sight of. There arc departments for every age, from tho baby to tliq aged-Mint. Meads of these departments are re- quired lo. rejiort periodically, nt least four times a yciir. Tho peculiar n- (luiremeiltrt of Individual young men and women tabulated [or wccial BUSH FIRES AT PARRY SOUND Parry Out., May are raging again in all parts of this district. Passengers on ihe rail- ways say that the whole country is afire. "There has been HO understanding and no obligations, moral or other- wise, exist between Germany and Great Britain in regard to the Pan- ama Pacific Imposition." Gray Hairs a Handicap Tendency Jta: Favjfettu Yfwij Men Thlif is- act, Kv- erywhere-you.fliii hanix'. ot young anca of 'ice Youth, etfioie In Son'c 1 ire- Tent tU'ttt HijHeilth'.rMtoreaA nafe uraf ooloi1' i TiH know.j. It io nut ijiye.'i KM Hat tie 8ufirti.es new a new leasa bringing 'hack its color luairiaace. It rtaavtl We guarantee it to do tWj, Veuf money will ba retuaded a fair tiW. 60c.. 25c. Get It it .our t. O; Higlnbottam Co., Limited.' REBELS TAKE TEPEC On uoard' U.8.S. California, Jlazatlan, Mexico', May 21 (via wireleBS to 3au Diego. May An army of 5000 Oonstl- lutiohalists, Jiaving occupied Tepee with a loss of four hun- dred hilled and an unknown number casualties among, the Federals, has begun Hs advance on Guadalajara. lu advance of the moving troops a flying snuadrpn of cayalrr is O .working destruction the Hu- ,erta lines of. communication, its main object being the -Crip- 'plins of tlie -railroad from Manzaniilo to Guadalajara. tf GREAT BILL AT THE. SHERMAN The headliners'tonight at this popu- lar playhouse are St. 0. R., pre- senting a clay modelling act which is a treat to and full of witty humor that iielips the audience in roars of laughter. Miss MeriB Tyson, is a charmlug comedienno wltai a pleasing personality and a voice tbat Will find favor with; everyone. The pictures are of the usual high stand- art! anci the programme is one that is guaranteed hy the management. V1RSH1P FEKKl SERA ICE PL FOR C VX1UI4N CITY T.lieRfi three metriiavo had wide experience in the. .building of now express to institute a ftrr) service Ixtwecn loronto and Centre Islnml a distance of bout a mile I'll lo the lir t oi Its kli I hi Canada. Ill .1 few cities In the. II. S. an aeroplane service has been instituted and cr.rried on profitably, timl safely It Lku service i-oes through in -Toronto the idea will likely bo taken up by other Canadian cities OTHER UNEXOEtUft Sherman Th 15c Tonight St. G. 1 World's Greatest' Clay Modellers And Miss Myrle Tyson Charming Comed- ienne in Addition to Usual Program MISS. MERLE TYSON: Comedienne at the Sherman tonlghQ A bite el this and of iif long, dulis (he appetite and weakeas tlw Restore your stomach to healthy vlfcor fcy takine a Dyspepsia Tablet alter each t out tht 'piecing1 Na-Dru.Co Dyspepiia. are the best friends for sufferers from and .dyspepsia. SOc. a Box at your Druggist's; Made by National Drug aud Chemical Co. Canada, Unillcd. Mt CATARRH BLADDER ;