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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Momlay, Novcmbet' 11,1012. to pun Mil-all �Kr-Mid nolliint but mK. lib elran, dry, (Ib�-e-rerr iraiaa pairf�! orirtUL For UU� �-fer awkhiii and lUdiic -for makinz laitr dlilwi |ou eitirfwayi L lopQP PROGRESS MADE AT OTTA � WA MEETJNG-PROVINCIAL ' DEPRESENTATIVES ARE ' t  APPOINTED ot tlic Ihc FERENCEOF AYLOR STAKE OF CHURCH Mormon Leaders Exhort People -Officers Elect for Current Term �Ottawa, Nov. ll.-The sessions llie,'ni'edicaL.nien who eiimo to cppilifl last whek to , orsaHi7c 1hc iJoiiilpiqn Meiiical Council under (he provj'sion of-Vlie .legislation passed duiring the scsjiioh oE .19in, continued �tiicir  sess'io'nk- Saturday; when provin-claK'rcprcsontatives ot the council aj'ore, chosen as follows : :j iJljinltobar-Ur. R. S. Thornton, Dr. ',},�. U. Gray, Saskatchewan-Dr. Thompson, llr. R-oung; ; Alberta-Dr. ,n. Ci. Brett, Dr. .lohn 'fiarlf, �'. ^.British Golunifbia-Dr. U. E. Mc-kecimic, Dr. R.' E. Walker. . OuXario-Dr. Spankle, Dk. R.J. jDtbsbnr � Quebec-DP; L, P. Torman, Dr. A. iBtmard. �: ^"cw^Bruns^vic^c-Dr. 'A. G. Atlier-'lton,>"Dr. .WfAV. White;' �^-Nova^ Scotia-Dr. A. W. R. Lind-feny I iJir. .Tofin Stewart. .'Prince Edward Island-Dr. Jenkins, inf. .MacjVcil.  ..Tlie .t'eprescn^.tives of t.lie (iovcr-Kpr-iii-Qouncll-Dr. T. G. Rbddick, Montreal ; Dr. IBaptie,. Victoria', B.C., iind Dr.. Kennedy, Maclpod, Alta.. ,^Tiii! rcprcse'iitativo o? ManUoJai. XJni-(i'orsity, is Df-.R; P. Jones, ot Win-*.ipp�. ..... ' ^iMugh; constructive, work is being tl.Onc\by the delegates with a view of iJottling up, the- necessary registry, toc.�^as.;-ar5isgpd foi^iojijjpr the.'Caua-Bian-'Medicaf A'ct. . i; FIjtENCH SCULPTOR DEAD;" .iJPa.TiS^, Nov, " 10.-(I^ouIb Augnsto riRbeQ'dofe Riviere, the sculptor, difed ;tijtla!y, _Ho was horn in 18G1. ' v EDITED lY "INQ" FHONMl omea, 1184 i:-:: j, "'Yi M. C. A. Directors Note f;Tl]:e  regular monthly meeting_ of 4li'e Board of Directors of the Y."J1. :6i A- will be held tomorrow Jn the Kssof.l^tion parleys at^twelve o'clock. Raymond, Nov. 11.-The regular uunrtorly conference ot the Taylor Stake of the Church of Jesus Cbrlst of Latter Day' Saints opened at Ray mond on Saturday morning. Piesl dent Heber S. Allen wag In the chair, and presided, but the opening address was made by O. 11. Snow, his second councillor. Mr. Snow reported that tithes this year amounted to moro and were greater In number than ever before In the history of Taylor Stake. Priesthood meetings havq been well attended all summer, and the only laxity noted -was In the work of 'ward teachers. This Mr. SnoW referred to as the most neglected duty In the Stake. President Drandley, of Stirling sopke of the responsibility that rest ed on I.,atter Day Saints for the salva^ tlon of the world. "God has given In to the hands of President Allen," saiil he, "the salvation of every soul in Taylor Stake." The president also referred to the erection .of the teni plo, which will shortly be built at Raymond. President Weils of Utah President Uulow S. Wells, one of tlie presidents of the fljst ciuorum. of seventies, from Salt Lake City, fbl lowed Mr. Brandley, and In his^ open ing remarks stated that the Scrip tures wore full ot evidences of the principles of the life and gospel of the Latter Day Saints. Bishops Report Their' Wards At the Saturday afternoon meettag the bishops of the different wards of the church reported the work their people were doing. Bishop Van Or-mard, ot Taber, reported that On the Advice of the heads ot the Mormon church, bis people in fi'aber and ; district were Intensifying their farming, and will In future attempt less cultivation, and do it more thoroughly. Asol Palmer, a returned missionary, also spoke, and Bishop Barker, ot Magrath, gave a resume ot Mormon activities at the Garden City. Priesthood Met Saturday Night The priesthood of the church met on Saturday night. In the first ward meeting house, and mapped out a missionary campaign for the Taylor Stoke, which will be carried out during the winter. S. S. Sessien Sunday Morning On Sunday morning the Conference took th?. form of a rally ot Sunday School worlwrs of Raymond in the first ward meeting house. President Ernest Bramwell, of the Knight Academy, the president of the Sunday schools of the Stake, had cl\arge. Talks were given by blm and by ilay-or Evans, Mr. Fairbanks, of- Utah, and President Rulon S. Wells, all bearing on truth tolling. be of real use, winter footwear must be strongly built --of.the host leather-built so .that it, at the same time, add.s to th^ '�, Jolqgance and neatness of your personal appearance. That's the only kind we CAN sell-If wo sold any other sort wo could not' f.'milntaln the reputation we have built for this clas� of footwear., ; ;v NOV/ IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR WINTER FOOTWEAR ' � LET US SHOW YOU SOME OF THE FOLLOWING: RUBBERS, OVERSHOES, FELTS OF ALL KINDS MOCCASINS, CARDIGANS and OVER-GAITERS CHILDREN'S HIGH TOP LEATHER BLUCHERS and BUTTONS Great Mass Meeting A largo mass raeeling of every denomination was held In the meeting house on Sunday afternoon, when, notwithstanding the dlsagreeablo slate of walks and road�,-tlic building WHH crowded to the doors. II, S. Alien was In the chair. II, S. Allen's address was full of euthusiasm, and whs delivered In the usual broad, liberal spirit of the Mormon president. Utah Delegate Gave Closing Address The closing address of the conference was given by President, Union R. Wells, from the te.xt "Let your light so shine before men," etc. The gist of Mr. Wells' remarks was the Importance of good example, and he related his text to many of the activities of life. The Conference Choir . The conference choir was the.^ choir of the first and second Kaymond wards, under the leadership of Chas. B. Strong, with Mrs. A. Erlclison presiding at the organ. .Music is always a strong feature in Morraoti meetings and conferences, aiul the talent of Raymond excelled. Itself on tliis occasion. Officers Sustained At the afternoon meeting, the following officers of the stake were presented by Geo. H. Budd, and all were unanimously sustained; Stake 'presidency-Heber S. Allen, Theo. Brandley, Orrin H. Snow. High council and alternates-John T. Hcninger, David P. Fawns, Hyram W. Taylor, .las. B. Rlrle', \Vm. R. Stevens, Tbos. 0. King, Ray Knight, Walter Ackroyd, David F. Stevens, Ephriani B. Hicks, Francis B. Rolf-son, .John F. Salmon, Einil Weed, Arthur Dahl, David F. Woodruff. State clerk and assistant^-Geo. H. Budd, Geo. T. Wride. High priests' presidency-Orson'A. Woolley, John h. GIbb, Thcs. W. Har-ris. John F. Salmon, secretary. First elders' (|uorum-Nephi Hark* or, James Ackroyd, John Stoela, Ira Fletcher, secretary. Second elders' quorum-Zebulon Skouson, Earl H. Scovil, Jns. R. Hloks, D. G. Salmon, secretary. Tliiixl elders' ((uorum-Niels C. Peterson, S. Riley Clark, Frank O. Steed, John Oler, secretary. Fourth elders' ciuorum-Lester E. Holmon (other members not'cbosen); President ot Itaight Academ'y-Ernest Bramwell. Board of education-Heber S. Allen, Theo. Brandley, Orrln H. Snow, Ray Knight, Levi Harker, Edward J. Wood, Tbos. Duce, Stirling �\Villlam son, Geo. H. Budd, secretary-treasurer. Home missionaries-^I,^ Roy Jensen, John Steele, Smith Ackroyd; C. W. Stoddard, D. H. Eltcn,-!!.' Ost-lund, A. BriggB, J. R. McLean, S.J. Wing, D. Millar, W. G. Bldridge, O. P. Ostlund, L. E. Holma'n, J. H. Haynes, A. H. Po'well, Irving Carter, Fayne Milner, Geo. O. Wall, Josv S. Brandley, Alfred Spackman, Ernest Bullock. Relief society-Sarah A: Mercer, Mary McCarty: aids, Mary A. Adder son, Harriet Allred. � Sunday school-Ernest Bramwell, Jas. E. Ellison, .lohn Powelaon, M. Kings, secretary.' Aids-David F. I^awns,'t. O; King, O. F. Ursenbacb. Dessh. .Tbh'iison, Fannye II. Walker, Mary Boyson.. ..Young Men's Mutual Improvement -Mark H. Brimhall, Albert H. Powell, Joseph A. Niloysn, B. Spencer Young, s-ecretary; aid, Frank 0. 'Steed. Young LadiEs' Mutual " linprove-ment-.Margaret Gordon, May Weed; Ina Erickson, Laura Redd, secretary; aids, Lottie Knight, Zelpha Bramwell Marjcrio McCarty. Primary association-Amy L. ' Air len, Elizabeth Kiiig, Nettle Dahl, Louie S. Taylor, secratary; aids, Elsie Strvenson, Louisa Alston, G, Brim-iiall, Elsie M. CUu'k, Mattie Kinsey, Mary E. Rouse, Annie Cooper, Mabel Powelson, Rachael Klrkham, Retta Walton. Religion Class-Joseph J. Harker, John J. Forsytho, .lohn J. Gibb, WIl-ford'll-enlnger, secretary. Conference adjourned to meet at Raymond, on February 8 and !), lOiS, This will be the roguUv.- quarterly spring conference. THE DISAPPOINTED SNOW- , FLAKES Kiuit and twenty snownakes Can)c tumbling from tlic sky And said, 'Let's make a snowdttit- Wo can if wc but try.' So down they gently (luttercd And lighted on Ihc ground. And when they were all seated They sadly looked around. 'We're very few Indeed,' sighed they, The young hostess, who received )ier guests at the entrance to the drawing room, was splendidly gowned in her wedding robe ot white satin en trainc. Iler aunt, Mrs. Mtigh Boyd, who received .with her, wore a handsome gown of black satin veiled in net with jet trimmings and black nnd while chapcau with black and white plutncs. Mrs. Arthur Hayr invitsd to the Wc cannot make a snowdrift With four and twenty flukes.' �lust then the sun peeped round cloud And smiled at the array. And the disappointed snow(lal;cs Melted quietly away. -Selected. a' '  a Mr. Habb, of Thamcsfotd, Out., was a week-end visitor in the city.  � ��  Mr. .Jones, formerly ot the Imperial Bank at Michel, has joined the stall of the local branch, a a a Miss Margaret Praser left this afternoon for Finbro, Ont., where she was summoned by a nouncing the serious illness of her I mother. 'Mrs. Rigby is recov' from, licr recent illness and, with Mrs. L, M. .lohnstonc and Mrs. Reeve, is expected home in a week or ten days. ' And wc'sonietimcs make mistakes; [ tea room and was wearing a dainty creation of pale blue vollo mounted ovcr satiii and black heaver bat with! plumes. '. ^ The tea table was attractively adorned with crimson carnations, while white carnations were also used to good eflcct In the tea room. Mrs. K. U. .Rylands, In a modish costume of ^white marquisette with ! touches of green, and black liat with ' white osprey,-and Mrs. J. Morgan, in, a becoming toilette of black velvet and .black hat, with white willow plume, divided the honors of pouring tea and cutting the Ices. The attentive assistants wore Miss Beryl Nlmnrpns, in a pretty lawn Bedford cord costume with touches of ^ , i brown and brown toque, and Miss nf hnri ''^'"'^'^J'' s^^'""^'' organdie dress ahd black hat with ted flowers. Little Nora Wellington, frocked in erin^T r'.nidlv h^'''"^^ P'""^ rlbhons, was a help-"in little door ^attendant. 'I'he following, item from the Toronto Globe of last Wednesday is interesting,- as the groom, who was formerly of this xity, is a nephew ol Mr. N. -T. Maclcod Yesterday . afternoon iu St. Paul's church the marriage was solen/nized by Vcn. Archdeacon Cody of Miss Constance Marie" Pentecost, daughter of Mr..and Mrs. Robert W- Pentecost, Mrs. .Gibson, of Calgary, who has been for some time a guest with Mrs. T. F. Kirkham, returned bomc this afternoon accompanying Mr. Gibson, who was a week-end visitor with Mrs. Kirkham. ..... a a a . . ,, to Mr. John BeVerley Robinson, cld-Miss An|ieBawden has resigned her ^g^j,,.^^ of the late Mr. Christopher position at the Bank of Montreal. Mis's Pinhorn left this afternoon on a trip to her homo in England. "SEir^logy ��� Conway Robinson, and grandson ot' the late Hon. .lohn Beverley Robinson; Lieut.-Governor ot Ontario, also RE YOU PARTICULAR eholB yptir Negilgee Shirts > Its rit^ J to be, and esi^cjally when thete i#' more than one place to huya We wftM yoii to sec this assortment of CJey- '| loii Flaiiiier HhlrtH thiU we. have jiist received; .^^ for they are j^uN a.Httle l)it better values thait^ you'll tiii,d efsewlicrc-^lietter fabrics-better J patteriis-better ihade. � The Ceylon Flati|iel8hirt for a good all' round negligee ctinnot be beaten. It has a' turndoAvn reversible collar to match and is* made Avell .jind tailored.throughout from tho best material. ' . . , Our line includes' plain and stripes, all o^, which are in.pale shades, of gre,y, brown ai^d; �blue. V'   ' , , ' � � � � - �  . � , j Everyonefjcnp.ws that a nobby shirt adds,tjf>l|,>' a man's jippearahiJe, try one of these Geyloii i naiinel ^h\ftp % you can't help ..but look dressy and neat; in one, > It there Is^ anythldg more uncomfortable tbau an lll-ntting; shirt, we would like to kho* about it,'i . i ^ Some sbir^ are more 11^ stralght-jickvti, than weulns KpparalT r But here is a abirtttl)al-will lit right;inugly around the collar,' easily- over tha-'aliouldera,; with plehty..ot\roomyas- JMr.; Ueycjrley'Itobinson, cousin of the" grodim",' ,and tbe.usheirs were Mr; StuattJ^ �J-JLcath, ^Mr.'. FoirsYth mother of the groom, piesentcd them Kitchie",. 'Mr..'Victor A^atren Dyas, each with one hundred dollars. Mr. ^^i Dr.. Reginald Pentecost. A re-and.Mrs. Ttopkihs^ftlJ;-.giake their. :o narnhf., in i.Tnrnn ..trnoi. .homeMn this �ity,^l^rc'their, man^^Hi, ^^iAQ;g parents in Huron street, [friends^ Join Trft ej^t^ifJlA^ test. Wishcs^l. '���- Mrs. G. F. P. Conybcare enter- I Clubs and SocictieS f talncd at an enjoyable.hridpc on Sat-, .p, i^^dieii'_CoLtta socjetv ot St. urday evening ��ouivtables "crcin , , Ych will play, the pret y favors Ije.ng won i }Ats; A\ncns, 912 Eighth Mv'-,P-n^-, ^"8""''St., S;, on Thursday afternoon.-The Mr. r. Robertson and Mr. G. L. , ^^^^^^ ,J,,,,enient to take J belt llno'eiar,' getting olT at Eighth street.- T. Robertson Vrooman. i ' Mrs. .1. R. Andirsou and children i left this afternoon for . Winnipeg on . , , Mrs. II. M. Whi'ddington, Mrs. Al- ''nM,L'''!:L? oV "son'�and Mrs." Laycock are to be the son's mother. Their large circle "'hostesses at Wednesday's meeting friends will be sorry, to learn that ..... ^- - Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Ecthbridge permanently though they : ;;;r,g niart'e'1o7t^e^ale'of'wor^ have not as yet dclmitely decided '. >= ... of learn laai^^pg^. Ladies'.Aid. All the members f'^'' If'^y,'"^! are urged to attend as preparation is where.tiiey will locate. Mr. Anderson intends to re-enter the bank. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have been and ry possible success in (heir new home. .very prominent in society events, ar a host of friends wish' them ever tHE-^ FOOT TOGGERY BATTLESHIPS FOR SWEDEN Stocklioliu, Sweden, Nov.. 9.-The construction of two more battleships is to bo demanded from tlio Swedish pnr-iiaraciit by tho Admiralty next year. The ships will ho of the so-callod F typo, displacing 7,500 tons and mjiklng a speed of 22 knots. Each will carry In armoured turrets four ll-Ineh guns find a secondary iirmamont of twelve 6-Inch long dlslniiee quick firing guns. it is oxpocted that some new destroyers will bo built, and four submarines havo been ordered. All of the vessels will be built In Swedish shipyiu'ds. Ottawa Free Press : Dr. and Mrs. R.--I1. Echlin cntrrtained at a charm-jng dinner at tlie (Jolf club, in honor of their ncpiicw, Mr, Naismith, of Calgary. Tlie guests were; Captain and Mrs. E. .1. Cliaiiihers, Miss Lily Magec, Miss Mcl'ormick, Miss Gweu Herridge, Miss Dorothy Cook, Miss .M.arion McDoug.il, Mr. Walter Davis, Mr. Allan Bate and Mr. Howard Hutchinson,   � lui. nnd Mrs, \V, A. Levitt entertained at a deliglitiul dinner party on Saturday evening in honor of the eighth anniversary of their marriage. The prettily appointed hoard was centred with pink chrysanthemums. Covers were laid for Mr. and ^Mrs. W.'F, Nelson, Mr, and Mrs. I-I. H. Lemon, Mrs. Convoy and Mr. Beer. � * a Mrs. E. S. .lacksim, one' ot the summer brides, licld lier post nuptial reception on Saturiiuy afternoon, wli.cn her co/y home on . .Sixth Ave., wds literally thioiiL'Pd with visitors. A cheery, grate fire dilTuscd its bright glow over the drawing room, where ferns and deep pink carnations added to. the pleasing elTect C & S. , . Rev. Paul BUll will address a Mission, service in St. Augustln's church at eight o'clock this evening, to which all are .invited.. ' "a a a All .the bpys and girls of Wesley church' will lie heartily welcome at th'e Mission B'an'dV which meets at 4il5 Wednesday afternoon. �   The Wcstmiiist.cj- Guild of Knox church will. meet this evening when the subject "Loyalty to ,thc church" win be taken by Miss Waterman, In the first ward meeting house' and were presided ovfr'hjr,'Ii|r�.- ^tfTcar ot Magrath, stake 'pr'esldent'. "AfCer k piano solo by Mn...JdHph Alttqn ot Magrath, reports wfre preifDtiiji by the presidents of all. tbo w|\i-lution asking (or a royal copotniisaton to mvestigate the working conditions in the Nova Scotia ateel industry. A federal bill granting cheap,, simple and eflcctiva lacilities o( ^w^opet-ativc societies,, is advocate4i Th" conservation and public ownerihlpi oti all water power W ooal at present. untouched in the Dominion waa MOtht-er request o( th� delegation. y A long resolution asking tot ' the: j repeal ol the Lemieux act was jne- : sentcd. It stated that wkilt Mlev-ing in tho principlrs ot inTaatlgfttion ; and conciliation and while laMlalBK these. benefits that have aocrifa#,. to -certain bodies of workmen iu|a^,'the act, yet, iH'view of dccisiana:!^.rulings and delays of the depiM:tin�|it' ot laboti.in oonnection; with tlwatoitt-istration ol the.act and ;w.'.^ia-qucnce of tho judicial decisiOM^fauoh as that of .ludge TownaeMi la ^Nova 'Scotia declaring that to teed a Bthrv-ihg man on strike is an oflenae under the iict,'they ask for the tttittl �)l the act. ^ _ '� � ' The delegates were given a courteous hearing by the ministers who 'ga'Vethe usual promlM ot conaitlera-tion. Jaaaica haa a great 4m1 of. t�>u-abto'wood In Ita InUrlor. V�i tho atvean^ are not largo oaouik to hrhiglt to the coaat. fofter Sale KNOX PRESMYTEUIAN CHURCH 'l^ 12.13-14 ' At 3 i>,lu. and 8 p.iii. BUV your CHRISTMAS rre3entrn0^ , fancy Vy