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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November TTTI3 DAILY ITERAIYtt Ttoii iko Kin Motor told ma totef oil the purity and of WINDSOR TABLES 56 PROGRESS MADE AT OTTA WA REPRESENTATIVES ARE APPOINTED Ottawa H Hie sessions of nun who came to the callltll last iipnl to orgini7c Hie boiiumqn Mulicil Council under Ilie plosion of ho Icyslition insseil duiint the LSiinn ot 1010 conliimcd Ilicn sessions Sjltmhv when prmin thl icprebeiitativcs of tlie council chosen as follows Ut H Ihorntou U B GUI Thompson fi oung Di R C Dictl Dr Pill Brilibh Dr R L Keclime I1 R 1 flilkir Dr Vi Spanlle Dx R J 111 olin Ale Bi 1 folmard Brunsw icl Ion Dr 1V Unite Pi V wiv Dr Tohn Stenait Prince I Dr P 1 oLiniu Dr A V C Athei R I mil Icnlmib Mormon Leaders Exhort People Elect for Cur rent Term regular iliiarturly of tlio Tiiylor Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints opened at moud on Saturday Presi dent Hebor Allen wag In the chair Great Mass Meeting A larHo mass meeting of every de nomination waB held In thp i honso on Sunday notwitlmtanding the disagreeable stato of walks and buildlm was crowded to the Allen was 111 the Allens address was full of and was delivered in the usual liberal spirit of the Mor mon Utah Delegate Gave Closing Address The closing address of the confer anii but the opening address I glver was made by his second from tl18 lest Let yot Snow reported that year amounted to more flie of tie C ior in Dr 1 C Roddick Monkcal Dr iBaptie Victoiia BC hnd Di Kenuedi Micleod Alta Ihe teprcscntatue oi BfaintonATjni tiisit is Dl I Jones of Much constructive is heing Hone bv the delc0itcs iMth a MOW of bottling up the nccessin kite is ai ranged Under the Cana flian Medicil ici FRENCH SCULPT0R DEAD Augnste Illeodole the Ho was foorn in Directors Note The regular monthly of Board ofDirectors of tUe G will be held jomorrow jn the Ji3sojjiat1ou parlors at tithes this and were greater in number than ever before in tlio history of Taylor Piiesthood meetings been well attended nil and the only laxity noted TVOS in the work of ward This Saoiv referred as the most neglected in the President oi Hopke of the responsibility that rest ed on Latter Day Saints for the salva tion of the God has given in to the hands of President said the salvation of every soulin I lylor The president also referred to the erection the torn which will shortly be built at H President Wells of Utah Rulow one of the presidents of first of from Salt Lake fol lowed and in open ing remarks stated thai the tures were full of evidences of the principles of the life and gospel of the Latter Day Bishops Report TheirWards At the Saturday afternoon meeting the of the different wards of the church reported work their people were Bishop Van Or of on the advice of the heads the Mormon his people in Vaber were intensifying their farm and will in future attempt rasa and do it more thorough h Asel returned mission also and Bishop gave a resume of Mor mon activities at the Garden Priesthood Met Saturday Night Tho priesthood of the church met on Saturday in the first ward meeting and mapped out a missionary campaign for the Taylor wliich will be carried but dur ing tlie Session Sunday Morning On Sunday Confcrence took the form of a rally of Sunday School workers of Raymond in the first ward meeting President of the Knight Ac the president the Sunday schools of the had Talks were given by him and by May or and President Rulon all bearing on truth te of real winter footwear must be strongly built oMhe host so at the same adds to the 0 elegance and neatnessor your personal Thats tlie only kind we CAN wo sold any other sort wocould not the reputation we have built for this class of NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR WINTER FOOTWEAR LET US SHOW YOU SOME OF THE FOLLOWING FELTS OF ALL KINDS CARDIGANS and OVERGAITERS CHILDRENS HIQH TOP LEATHER BLUCHERS and BUTTONS light so shine before Tho gist of Wells remarks wa Importance of good and lie related Ills text to many of thy ac tivities of The Conference Choir Tho conference choir was lhe choir of the first and second under the leadership of with Erickson pre siding at tile Music is always a strong feature in Mormon meetings and and tin talent of Raymond itself on tliis oc Officers Sustained At lie afternoon the fol lowing officers of the stake were presented hy and all were unanimously sustained Stake Orrin High council and Hyram Ray Waiter David Ephriam Francis Rolf John Einil Ar thur David State clerk and High priests John Har John secret n First elders Hark James John Ira Second elders Earl Seeil R Third elders C Pet Ritey Frank John Fourth elders ei L Holmon other members not cho en President of Kaight Ac i nest Bdard of Al Orrin Ray Levi Harl ei Ldvlld Stirling llli m secret r tiei uf Home nn Ten John Smith Ackrojd C Elton II 0 t McLem S T llolnm J 11 Fayne 11 Jo S Alfred Ernest Relief A Mary McCarty Ander Harriet Sunday John 0 Fannye Mary Mens Mutual Improvement Albert Joseph Spencer secretary Frank Young Ladies Mutual Improvc May Ina Laura secretary Lottie Zelpha Bramwell Marjcrie Primary Elizabeth Nettie Louie secretary El sie Louisa 0llrim Elsie Mattle Mary Mabel Rnchacl lie tin Religion John John Wil ford Conference adjourned to meet at on February 8 and 191 This will be tho regular quarterly spring BATTLESHIPS FOE construction of two more battleships is to be demaiHHd from the Swedish par liament by tho Admiralty next Tho shins will ho of the socalled 1 displacing tons and making a speed of 22 Each will carry in armoured turrets four 11Inch guns nnd a secondary armament ot twelve Much long distance quick firing Ills expected that sonic now destroy ers will bo and four submarines bavo been All of tlio vessels will bo built in Swedish Card of Thanks Henry of North wishes to thank all his many friends for their kindness and sym pathy during his recent Fell by the Wayside A meinltrr of Ijle city forec was brought in to tin matton thjp morning in an Incapable Him Wa uniform MILADI 1124 EDITED BY INO fHONit TtH T11IO SNOW Four ami twenty snowlliikrs tumbling from tlie sky And Lets innke n Via van if we but So down they gently fluttered And lighted on the And when they were all seated sadly looked Were very few sijilied And wcsoineliines make mistakes We cannot make a snowdrift With four and then the sun peeped round a cloud And smiled nt tlio And the disappointed snowllakcs Welted quietly 1 of was a weekend visitor formerly of the Imperial Bank at has joined the stall or the local Miss Margaret Fraser left this af ternoon for where she was summoned by a telegram ani nouncing the serious illness of her I j RiKby is recovering her recent illness in I with Johnstone and is expected home in a i week or ten who been for time a guest with F returned home this afternoon accompanying who was a weekend visitor with Miss Aiigic Bawden has resiKiied her position at the of Miss Pinhorn led this afternoon on a trip to her home in 1 ngland of the Toronto Finan is spending a siiort time in Ihu city Ml lloplin incl 1 ide marriage was celebrated in this citv last IM this nidrhing to visit the grooms Jim of jifont On ileparturc Hopkins mother of the presentedthem each with one hundred and T oi kins home in tin friend iom irf p enter tained at an enjoyablebridge on Sat urday tables werein the pretty favors being won by I Vroomaiii Miss Robertson and Anderson and children afternoon for on on extended visit Ander sons Their large circle oi friends will lie learn that ami Ainicrson leaving Lcthbridgc though they have not as yet clelinitely decided will Anderson intends to reenter the and have been prominent in society and a host of friends wish them every possible success in their new Ottawa Free Press and Echlin ciiietiained at a charm ing dinner at the Coll in honor of their oi The gtiffls Captain and Miss Lily Miss Miss Gwcn Miss Dorothy Miss Marion Walter Allan Bate and Howard and Levitt enter tained at a delightful dinner party on Saturday evening in honor oi tlie eighth anniversary of their The prettily appointed board was centred with pink Covers were laid for and Convoy and one of the summer held tier post nuptial reception on Saturday when her home on Sixth literally ihroiiLed with A grate diffused its bright glow over the where ferns and deep pink carnations added to the pleasing The young who received her guests at the entrance to the drawing was splendidly gown ed in her wedding robe of white sa tin en Her Hugh who received wore a handsome gown of hlnck satin veiled in net with jet trimmings and black nnd while chapcau with black and while Arthur flayr invited to the tea room and was wearing dainty creation of pale blue voile mounted The tea was attractively adorned with crimson while white carnations were also used to good effect in the tea in a modish oi marquisette with touches of green and black hat with while Morgan a becoming toilette black velvet and hat with white willow divided the honors of pouring1 tea and the The attentiveassistants were Miss Beryl in a pretty fawn Bedford cord costume with touches of brown and brown and Miss achic striped organdie dress ahd black hat with red LittleNora rocked in whitewith pink was a help ful little Tlie item from the Tor onto Globe of last Wednesday is in as the who was formerly of is a nephew of Madleod afternoonin Pauls church the marriage was by Archdeacon Cody of Miss Constance Marie daughter of to John Beverley eld estson cif the late Christopher Conway and grandson of the late John Beverley Robin ot also grandson ofthe late Colonel Maeleod of rjrjiioch Palmer presided at the and George Dixon nolo t the end of the Pentecost gave away and the maid of honor was Miss Hoberta The brides m id veto Miss Itbclyvin Gib on nd Mi Ninon h Cariol1 The be t man w a Ml Bev trie Tlobin on con in of the gjaom and the u hers M ere Mr Stualt1 J loath Mr Tor th Ritchie Mr ictor Wairen D find Dr Retimld Pentcco t m caption wa held t he re idence of parents in Huron Stella Lumbard Teacher of Voice Culture and Song Singing Hull Block Telephone 1536 Clubs and Societies I lie Lad e Catt i oucU of fei Pauls first Lutheran church will meetwith 912 Eighth on Tliurstlay The ladies will liiul it convenient to lake a belt linear getitihg off at Eighth ticet Al Laycock arc to be the hostesses at Wednesdays mcctint of Ladies All the riiembcn me urged to attend as preparation is heing made for the sale of C Paul Biill will address a Jlis sionservicc in church at eight oclock this to which all All hoys and girls of Wesley church1 will lie heartily welcome at theiHissioii which meets at 4M 5 Wednesday The Westminster Guild of Knox church meet this evening when the Loyalty to church will he taken byjMiss Lovers of good music will look for ward with pleasure to hearing the Schuljurt Symphony which ap pears in Wesley church on the auspices of Uie Our Raymond corrusnondoTit writes Invitations have been sent out by the Ladies Aid Society of the church announcing a social to be the Oildfellowa hall at next at S Tho size of shoo will determine Following Is thewording of the verses wliich invite Next Wednesday evening at the strike of eight We lioiio youll help us and to give you we will try A good time aa in days gone A from you we ask right A penny for every you wear So If you wear a number Twenty cents the gift we nsk from And H yon cant dont make an excuse For I can twill be of no As tliis storking must ho returned to tlie Containing tlio price of your foot doubled Tho nioefUng of the Womans Itelief Sociciy of the church in con netMion with the con forencthold Raymond on FrUliiy wore very Tin sessions Shirtology ARE YOU PARTICULAR about your Negilgee Shirts Its right to and especially when there i more than one place to We wHfit you to sec this assortment of Cey lon Flannel Shirts that we have just received for they aie just a little bit leUei vnlnes than youll made The Cej Ion Flannel Shirt for a good all round negligee cannot bo beaten has a turncloAMi loseisilile collar to match and is made and tailoied tlnougliout fiom the best mateiial Oiu line plain and all of winch aie m pale oi biOAvn and that a nobby shiit adds tO a mans one of these Ceylon Ijiannel fpr on oant help but look dressy and neat in one If there IE anjthitig more uncomfortable than an ill fitting we wouldlike to Some shirts aie more like straight Jackets than apparel here is a shut that will fit right anugl around the easily ovei the plcnU in the body a comfort them When buying shirts here to be shown the new Flannel HV4 to 16H Price eacli The Hudsons Bay began hi the mornine 6clock in the lirst nard meeting house and were presided by Mrs Sltrcer of Magrath stake prendent a piano solo Jlrs Joseph AUton of leports were prewnted bj the presidents of all the in the Taylor stake The following lebponded for their several societies J 0 Brien Raj nlond first ward Mrs T 0 Rajmond sec ond ward Magrath Welling Mrs Van Or Taber Laker Barn well Mrs Stirling The morning ses ion clossed with a solo by little Mtfis Wilde of Lunch was served1 by ladies in the church and pleasant social time was At the afternoon ner of Welling lectured Mdthers Ttorh Mrs Merkiey of Magrath on Mothers duty Iff Mrs Coffln ot Stirling The Book of All and instructive from practical point oC Current dents affecting the women weie tiken up by Mrs Bacon of Raymond second Twolnter estlng Bketches aleo one by Blnmel of life of Eliza the other by Puliner Hayrnond second ward on The life of Zini Young The musical portion the Pro gram consisted of a piano solo Miss JicCait of Unjmond a vocal aolo by Miss Aiiderson of a song bv special requesff fFomnittle Miss Wilde and a bolo by Mrs Seo Most of l ue delegates will staj In Raymond todaj tomorrow and attend to conference gather Itaj mond Correspondent TaiED TO BOARD MOVING TRAIN of died In the eral Hospital here early this morn as the reeult of ed yesterdty at Robilu Mr at tempted to board a thespeed of tho train threiv him un der the IS ITS DEMANDS ANNUAL JAUNT OF DOMINION TRADES COUNCIL TO SEE FEDERAL MINISTERS rottawa 10 president i Haters Sccrclorv P M Draper Aice4resident Bancroit Toronto and scicral other the Dominion labor Walled upon From ler Borden Hon T W Crotheirs on Saturda and pressed upon them a greit of bUblepts in to which resolutions wpre passed at the last annual meetingof the Congress One ot the chief tc quest mdc contained in a reso lution asking for a rovat commission to intMtigate tht working conditions in the Scotia tteel industry A federal bill granting sim ple and elective acilities of poooer atue is The conserialion and public ownership of nil and coal at present untouched in the Dominion was anotk er request of A long resolution asking for the repeal ot the Lemicux act was It stated that while believ ing in the principles inveittgation and conciliation and while realizing these binchtb that have accrued to certain bodies of workmen the ict jpt in Mew of decisions tul Ing and delajs of the or labor in connection with admin istrnlion of the act and in conse of the juuicloi as that of Townsend bcotu declaring that to feed a ing unn on strike ib an offense undcl the ask for tlie repeal of the Tlie delegates were given a courte ous hearing by the ministers who gavethe usual promise of considera Jamaica has a real dul ialu Wood In its strearnB are not larfe to to the r Poster Sale KNOX PSESllYTERIAN CHURCH November 12 13 14 At 3 and S BUY PRESENTS NOW FANCY PLAIN SEWINU FISH POND FOR THE CHILDREN PAPER AND CANDIES JAPANESE TEA SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS AT 8 TUESDAY ANIb THURSDAY CONCERT ON WEDNESDAY ADMISSION 25 ;