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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER THE IJJTHBKTDOE DAILY HERALD PAGEELEVEK- bck Of Production Is Cause Of The Unrest In Hie World PARTIAL ECUPSE OF SUN JOV. 10 (From Our Own Correspondent) CARD8TON, Nov. Quarterly ojo- ferenco of Alberta Stake ot the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints convened is Stake Tabernacle at 10 a.ni. Saturday, Nov. 6. Apostle Jos- eph P. Smith ot the Quorum of Twelve from Bait Like fMty, Utah, waa pret ent, representing general authorl: ties. Prei. E. J. .Wood, president of AlberU SUke, presided. "We Thank Thee, Oh God, For a and "An Angel 'From On High" were tho opening sung by the Woolford Ward. ch'olr, 'under the leadership ot 'John H. Blackmore. Patriarch Henry U Hinman offered the InyocatloB.. Pres. B, j, Wood ex- pressed; plJajura' in' welcoming 'so many from the wards. Ha rtf- ferred to the unr urged home-in of the world an fy t become- and rV 'Cong ratuliied this4 als- triet on the aplehdld showing at the late electloatryndruUted that Kfal- paign wtti.scwn tho sale and rise of tobacco.' Urged', all to Apostle Jos. f. Smith said the cause of in the world wM-lack-of production.'! There WiifneTor be peace until greed and wickedness are stop- lied, UrgU the people !to stay at home to places. Advised lha reading and studying of'the word of Ood, and (he keeping in touch wltb the current' events. Mrs. Eajthope, 85 years old. "Pioudl -Yea! Of our House in the Mountains." Her voice Is as ctor as in her yonth, according to a blessing pronounced on her by Apostle John W. Taylor. Sterling Williams, counsellor to stake" president, was the in tho afternoon meeting. Ho gave a brief account of the settlement ot this country in 1857 by tha .families of Messrs. Ltyne, Leavltt, Anderson, Jlaniraef, H. L. Hinman and SI. Hin- man, and. ipoke of the changes and Home-made Remedy Stopt Coagfu QmcWjA t Ton i You rniaU U tufpriacJ to know tint tire best liana you can uee for couirh, is a remedy which is easily pre- pared at home in just.'a few momenta; It s cheap, .but' fcr. prpmpt results it. beats'anyuiing development In these 34 years. I Elder Wm. Sloan of Logan, Utah.' noted the great change that bad taken place since be. first .located In Cards- specially since his last visit some eight 'f Aposlia Smith 'eiplained the differ- enco between Joy and pleasure. Plea- sure Wten brings pain, but Joy always brings satisfaction. The selfish man is not happy. We Should seek the Joy ot right living. Thu pioneer may not reap tho fruit ot his" labor bnt he has the joy of knowingTethers' will be bene- fitted. Selfisiiiess has canned over- throw of ifatlons., of the world being helped by the great vrar It 1s more nelnih. Sunday morning- President Thomas Duce was pleased riuify chil- dren present and spoke words of en- couragement to. them. in "God Safe Our King" IB 'community singing.- Bloa'n. Supi. of Sunday Schools re- ported the labors cf officers in promot- ing a belter average attendance.. led by Spencer.V Miss Obrey. Newland'Stanford, of Pine Coulee, who is leaving on a mission, bore tes- timony to th6.''d Ivlntty of the Chi rch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. f Phylhr Fisher. Smith said It to be Instructed gospel and be re- minded of our duties. Sunday afternoon Sister Annie Snow and A. W. Lee and Elder Hugh Drown reported their work at the In- stitute held In Provo in Jone and an- nounced that the Alberta Stake Insti- tute will be held early in December. Wm. Henderson, representa- tive ot geneology, explained the work of the organization In preparing our records. ,j. Apostle Smith spoke of temple work. He said temples are built'for the liv- ing as the dead. -Temples are built that blessings might bo given to those who are going In we jhould have a knowledge of tlie gospel. jit to their children! Every soul who has lived the earth .will, receive Immor- only'tttbse who; dwell In tho presencep_ojl .Qcd .will inherit eternal life. Salvation comes to all. Pres. Wood presented-the names ot the general and stake officers. The Alberta Stake symphony orches tra accompanied the choir in the clos- ing anthem after which Patriarch IT. L. Hinman pronounced the benedic tlon. bottle onljka SR4J tbcn ..H-.i punMi of.PWifela a ccxid. H VP with plain jranu- latcd syriip. Or use clarified mo- lasses, honey, or corn.syrup, instead of it.dbJsSr.cd.-fjT'iUs mike. 10 family cost- ing no more than a Email bottle of tynip. Anil as b'c Ijnd at any price. It ECCS rislit1 to tba and throat tickle, loosens Pines .13 a lilshly concentrate! com-