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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. November TTTP. DAILY ITEKALU NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! Our Attention has Been Drawn to the Fact That Some People are Trying to Wilfully Misrepresent us, by saying, We Contemplate Closing Our Premises. LET US STATE RIGHT HERE, SUCH IS NOT THE CASE When we Premises in Lethbridge, WE CAME TO STAY, and From the Patronage we are Receiving it is quite Evident our Services are Being Appreciated To Those of the Public, who Have not Tried our Meals, we Extend to you a Cordial Invitation to come and try us. YOU DON'T ORDER FROM A MENU CARD, YOU TAKE WHATEVER YOU FANCY and we Always Have Tempting Dishes on Hand. Now People, just Come and Try us, and we Know once you have tried you wilt always come afterwards. Our menu is unexcelled. We invite anyone to inspect our kitchens how we prepare the meats Meal Tickets For THE SEL OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE CAFETERIA BASEMENT OF tKDMINION BLOCK DON'T ARE HERE TO STAY Mormons'Held Big Convention at big Organization The Regular quarterly meeting of the Alberta Stake of the Cluirch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, was one of the most successful that has ever been had. This stake Js the larg- est in Canada and one of the largest in the church. Every organization reported progress and the boun- daries of the stake are extending north and east very rapidly. Edward J. Wood, president of the stake presided and an interesting two days' program was carried out. Few people not vitally connected Alberta stake have any Idea of its extent. The growth of the church to the north has been something phen- omenal antl today Mormons are to be found scattered in little communities :ill the way to Gleichen on tho main line C. P. It. The following list of wards with their bishops will give the localities which are centres A. .Moore; Chris. E. A. Whilhead; Stavely, ,T. S. Brown; Star- W. Pack; 'Orr; T. 0. Sniltli; Mountain View J. Parker; Hoaxer; Hill P. Fisher; KA. W! Tanner; S. Greyson; Tay- A. Nelson; Woolford iW. F. Ainscongh. Alberta Stake Officers 1 dw 7 picsidpnt of stake, fhos Dnce 1st conncillor Sterling Williams, 2ml councillor. Members or High Council TSphrlam Marker; Jos. II. Allison; ,T. ,0. Cahoon; Homer Woolf: Jno. F. L Willard Spren'Bori; Andrew IV I I 1 v; ypu aro i.ure. ability and beauty if it is ham F. Lamb; Seth H. Thomas; Scott Hinnian; Rufus E. Pilling. Alternate High Councillors J. Henry Tanner; Walter H. Cnld- well; Win. H. Josiah A. Ham- mer; Frank peVltt; Vincent I. Ste- wart, ,Stakc T. Meridew. Stake Layne. Stake Henson; O. Brown, assist.; Alta Hammer, assist. Patriarchs Henry L. Hjnmari; H. Manley Brown and Christopher Frank. High Priests Quorum Henry L. Hinman, president; Keb- ulon W. .Jacobs, .1st councillor; T. W. Duce, 2nd councillor; William T. Meri- dew, secretary. .las. P. Piqknoy P.. Thomas. .Tas. S. Farrcll, Daniel K. Greene. Jos. V. Card. Frank Brown, Thos. C, bcrry, J. Perry Jordan secretary. i Stake Ushers Jens P. Brudd, Edw. L. Jessen, Cbns. T. Marsden, Richard J. Brown. 1st Elders Quorum Win. HI. Ynncy, president; Gustavo Neilson, 1st councillor; Geo. 0. Low, 2nd councillor; Orson Anderson, sec- retary; A. B. Cure assist, secretary. 2nd Elders Quorum Hyruin Gold, president; Ephriam i-Ifislam; 1st connucillor; Roy Beazer, 2nd councillor; Albert Henderson, sec- retary. 3rd Elders Quorum David Frank, president; Preston, 1st councillor; C. B. Larson, 2nd councillor; Hcbcr J. Frank, sec- retary. Stake Board of Education ,T. Wood. Sterling Williams, Tlios. Duce, .las. T. Brown. Relief Society Mary J. Hinman president; Rhoda C. Hinman, 1st Lynm J. Brown 2nd councillor; Jane W.'Bates, sec- retary; Sarah B. Daines, 'treasurer; Grace Cazier, chorister; Mary H. Lead- better, asst. chorister; Margaret Pet- erson, organist. Aids: Rose H. Mary E. Smith. Nellie Eliza- beth 1.' Hammer. Catherine1 Pilling, Alice 'A. Morgan. Sunday School Geo. -1C. Cahoon; superintendent; Eugene Robinson, 1 asst.; Orson A. 2nd asst.; Le Roy Duce, sec.; Christian Jen sen, chorister; liable Hanson organist; M: Coombs, B. F. Lnnib. Warren Gifford, Hugh B. Brown, Smith, Jno. F. Par- risli, .Nettie Hanson, Leone IJDW, Edith Harker, Ellis D.'Coombs, Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association Walter Low, aupt.; Leo! Harris. HAS HAD ENOUGH OF IT Vancouver. Nov. Find lay has retired from the field, and it looks ns ii flic mayoralty contest on the first of the- year will he be- tween former Mayor Taylor and Al 1st asst.; Minnie Parrish, 2nd' neat.; I dernian Baxter. 1st assl.; 'Hugh B. Brown, 2nd ass L; George Stoddard; secretary. Young Ladies' Mutual-''improvement Association Armenia l.eo.' Susie '.Hinnian, Eulalia 4uls Julia Wilson Ainruiia, Toidan Do-a Jacobs, Rhoui Primary Association Emily Biglow, supt; Elizabeth Har- ker, Jst asst.; Surah Card, lind asst.; Ver Olson, sec.; Etta Dowdle. choris- ter; Ida brown, organist. rietta Coombs, Christiana Xeilson, Car- rie Brou'n. Religion Class Ralph Harker, snpt.; Osborn Wight, 1st asst.; Leslie Coombs, 2nd nsst. .Roumelia Jirown sec.; Elizabeth Coombs, asst, secretary. Archibald, Hilda Van Winkle, Arthu L. Smith, Orva Davidson, Prankie Elli son. Old Folks' Committee Josiuh A. i-laminer, chairman; Van Brown, .1. Henry Tanner; Mary E Smith, Zebnlon W. Jacobs, Sarah B Amusement Committee J. Walter Low. chairman; Armenia Lnc. vice; Christum Jensen; Jno. Orkj Scntt B. Brown. Ben. J. Wood, Carlos B. Tanner; ilyrnm W." Ma.ughan, Geo E. Cahoon; Ernest Parrish; M. A. Low ry. Local Gencological Agent Mrs. Alice Morgan. FOREIGNERS LIVE IN 'FILTHY. .HOUSES ST11AN.DEI) LTXEK HOY.AL (-.1 KOli AT HI (HI TIDE Thin brand, known as "SilwrPIate that Wears" assures long aen-ice because itta thclicnvicstsilvcrplatc. Look for the trademark.J Sold fty This picture was taken from a tug as the wrecked C. N. 3. Liner rested on tho submerged rock ten miles from Quebec at hiph She appears to be on almost an even b'tt is actually five or six feet Eiinhcr at the bow, When the tide Is oitc the bow stands out much more. It In believed tho vessel is so hopleessiy torn that she will be abandoned. The picture inset is of Harrison. Toronto, Yov. seek legisla tion empowering the city to license all. lodging houses ami limiting the number of inmates in them to.provide a certain area of air space for tarli as may be prescribed by the .medical officer of .health, was the recommen- dation which the civic legislation committee decided. yesterday to. for- ward to council. Aid. the .father of the suggestion, described to the commit tee ill conditions' that, he had found in making a VOUE of investigation- conditions which he 'regarded as shameful.-for a city of Toronto's pro- portions, from both a moral'and san- itary standpoint. He cited a case where OUR hundred foreigners of both sexes were living in oiie house. A'foreigner had leased the building SHILOH, CURES COUGHS MOLDS from a lailuav foi HOG a vear and wafc sub-letting it at a net profit of as it returned Mm: it: week. The place was recking with filth and vermin-and children were sleeping in the same room with ried couples. s ;