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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 12, 1912 TOE LETlTimiDGE DAILY HEKALD Page 5 Telegrams Received by Mitford ____ J ..____ Baynes Lake, B. C, Oct. Mitford Company Reserve half of block twenty will be down on local .v -F.J. Morrow Calgary, Oct. 12 1912 Mitford Company Reserve east half of block twenty-one N.Roy Webber Winnipeg, Oct. Mitford Company Reserve east half block eleven R. VanSickle High River, Oct. 12, 1912 Mitford Company Hold east half block eleven James Clayton SALE RUNNING AT DOMINION SQUARE ALL AFTERNOON Office Open Till Midnight Earnest Plea lor the Scout Movement (Continued from front The Hoy Scouts In the speech today he dealt also with the IJoy Scout movement in a manner, giving1 convincing proof 01 liis belief in the desirability of its extension said His Hoyal Highness "It-is a groat pleasure to me to identify myself on this occasion with work of education, which occupies 60 important a p.lace in the thoughts of all responsible people in Canada. "1 have had in my hands for some time a memorandum regarding the Saskatchewan college, which I have studied with interest and from which I see that you are keeping abreast oE the times in providing the -necessary cheers for the Duke, the Duchess and T O educational facilities for the youth tho Princess, who stood on the iVciy LJaiUtS Corn- next of your rapidly growing city. Not. on- servatioii platform oi the car ly the buildings wil1 b'e up to date, wall, waving good bye. The -nex but .the education will he of a sound, stop will be at Rcgina, where thi practical nature which will, go hand royal party will make a stay extend- in hand with a sound, broad-minded ing until six o'clock Monday evening, aiid tolerant- religious instruction, calculated to develop valuable clti- zens. "Leaving the. subject of the col- Police .Magistrate Bentley is the per- petrator' of the, following: handsome but poor Virginian, lege for. ji I should like to Tried in vain to win Pa's good opinion speak of a matter which I have had Tjll Co., took the young on my mind for sometime and that ii man in tow the Boy Scout movement in Sas- And his fortune soon made in Dom- katchewan. j Saskatchewan Slow "There is no doubt that the move- I mcnt lias not found the same exten- sion and healthy growth in tins pro- vince that it has in other parts of the Dominion. 1 cannot tell at pres- ent whether the fault lies with the flnfl Eru tho prjce too the Square inion. that is known as Oom- ML M If you 1 want the paint that 1 iprctdi easiest, covers tbe most surface and stands all kinds of wear and weather, ask the dealer to give you (MAPLE LEAF) provincial organization or with the Pat .Murphy had a good stock farm, I apathy or opposition of the public. I But gave as bJs opinion, only know that the results are un- He'd sell the blooming outfit out, satisfactory- Speaking not only to And buy up Square Dominion. those present hut to all Snskaiche- wan in my capacity as chief scout of There came a man tn this Western the Dominion as well as in that of Governor-General, I ask you for your help and encouragement for this ex- j cellent movement. The ignorant and j 'mischievous have sometimes charac- j terized it as being a niilitisl. scheme. and. Everything that he touched turned to gold 'neatii his hand, r Ho bought a large share, of Dom- inion Square. Krom Mitford Co., who have still to spare. M-L PURE PAINTS t Whatever it ia that needs painting, inside or outside L the house, you'll find M-L Pure Paints the most ceo- cal you A can buy. Such a charge cannot lie laid at- its And he called to the people, "Now door unless it be militarism to teach would you look tlwre, hoys to do good actions, to amuse "As a. bargain it's perfectly themselves in a rational manner, to shoVconsideration fur others, to re- INJUNCTION AGAINST THE NEW ML spect their ciders and their author- Hy, and to be healthy. 'A Good Thine; "If this be militarism it seem to he a most desirable condition lor the youth of a nation. "My excuse for referring to the i Boy Scouts on this occasion A. O. U. W. RATES Toronto, Oct. oldest mem- bers of the A. O. U. W. cama out vic- i tors the lirst stage of the litigation to prevent the readjustment of" tho i rates adopted at a special meeing of l Grand Lodge last summer. This morn- ing Justice Kiddte granted an Injiinct- to Erect Temple (Continued from front page) made the remark: "This would be an ideal spot for a temple, brethren. It would he a fine thing It' the people in Canada could have one here." But ireide from this none of the local olBic- ials heard any thing that would in- dicate the actual building of a tem- ple. Mr. Snow Surprised Mr. 6. H. Snow, second counsellor to President Allen said hi an inter- view today: "The unnouncemenl came as a complete surprise. I am great- ly pleased wltli the attitude of Ihe general authorities in the matter. They have acted wisely. It is a tan- gible proof that .Mormonisni Is not dying, and that the people are here to stay. The location of the temple will be settled by the rirst presiden- cy of tho church and the twelve apos- tles, so that there will be mo dissat- isfaction created nor jealousies enter- tained by the various towns." Need Has Been Felt The need of a temple has been long felt by the .Mormon colonists who are so far removed from tho centre of the church, as it has heea sometimes a financial burden to travel to Utah for the purpose of working in the tem- ples there. There are certain sacred ordinances in the "Mormon" faith that bn performed outside of a tem- ple, which accounts for tho action of the church in respect to the people in Canada, who are sometimes cut off from the privilege of enjoying these advantages. The building will undoubtedly bo a s. lhat ion until the trial restraining the structure, as it Is the [we are here to celebrate the meep- er from u ncw rateg into j policy of the .church ,to build for un- lion oi nn educational structure and said t j born generations as well the i u ent generation. Tho temple at St. Decorate' r yourwmllsin "the up-to-date, f sanitary, artisticway _ stencil if you like, but surely with (MAPLE LEAF) M-L Hat Wall Easily applied, over wall-paper, or burlap, %r on plaster. Washable, durable, ccg- nbmical. 16 shades, by Imperial A .Varnish Color j Co., Ltd., A Toronto ML _714 SOLD BY SANDERSON HART that thti srout movement is an edu- cative one. "H can help the .inv.its if it will .and the scours can help the college. I "In earryinc out 'Tilirpf ;on of the boys' college building of the Sas-l katchfiwan i wilh the heartiest wishes for its sun-ess, and with the sincere hops that under di- vine blessing it may senit forth into the world a race of healthy well edu- cated young who will always be an honor to their province, to j Canada snd to the Hritish Empire." l After the ceremony of the dedica- tion oE the college the Duke laid the foundation stone of a new public 'school to be known as Prince Arthur school. The royal party then visited the collegiate institute" where the massed public school children sang patriotic songs. The Tlukc inspected ;thc Hoy .Scouts and the Cadets. j The royal train left, at :20 minutes past one, a great assemblage sur- rounding the station and singing, "Gud Save Jiic followed by think the order so rotten that it would to pieces before the trial. in which it will be constructed. "President Joseph F. Smith today said the proposition to build a temple for the benefit of the Lat- ter Day Saints who live at re- mote, points had been under con- sideration by the church author- itis for some time. Various loca- tions of populous centres, distant from the temples in Utah had been suggested, and it had been decid- ed that a temple bulldlng.would be of .most benefit a-nu serve most people at present, at least, if con- structed in Canada, than any- where else. Consequently, said President Smith, the matter was placed before the priesthood meet- ing yesterday evening and it met with a hearty and unanimous afliir- mntive response. The details as to location and the size of the building will be matters to be tak- en up later, but President Smith gave assurances today ihat the structure would be sufficient size to amply take care of all the re- quirements of the people in the section where it is to be built. While -no exact idea.was given as to v.-hen the new temple would be constructed, it is understood that the building will not be delayed and as soon as arrangements can be perfected the construction work will be commenced." MUST NOT HIT SPORTING GENTRY ENGLISH BARON IN ATTENDED CONFERENCE WITH LLOYD GEORGE George, Utah, cost the Manil of Karon Vnirsc'li. who and Logan temples each, sojleft llfin an immense foruine, is not ihat it may he safely said that the gaining popularity with tho sporting one in Canada will cost an amount.' set, particularly kith the fox hunters in tho neighborhood of to at Leicestershire. The interior embellishments Karon DeKoKJsr, whose title comes and fixtures alone will cost an enor- mous sum. The Announcement The DosereL News, the official organ of the church, said in respect t oth-e building of a temple in Canada: A proposition lo build a temple in Canada was placed before the general priesthood meeting held in tho assembly hall last evening, jmtl met. instantaneous and un- animous support, The temple will be built, according to the decision of the meeting, just us soon as possible, and at a point within the province of Alberta, Canada to bo decided upon Inter, and of such character ns to moot the needs of the people of the sectiou from Austria, formerly WHS tho most furious of the Torius. The baron Is now a tenant of Gaddesby Hall, Lei- cestershire, a place whi several rich Americans have toimtcu, for it, is in the heart, of tin; bust hunting country, A very secret conference was held laat wvek there. Lloyd George took part in It, it is said. The object was to gain facts about the amount of damage done to agriculture by fox hunters. The conference met in a room furnished as barely as a court of the inquisition. But H leak-fid out. As soon ns the Leicestershire sportsmen and women beard of it they passed the word that liarou OeForesl should nol only be ruled out but be boycotted. It is con- siderod j-.mhnble that the Baron will havo to all his- stores from Lon- don, as tradesmen in his district are as mitfrj' aa the huntimi toLk, COL SAM IS HOME AGAIN WAR MINISTER DELIGHTED WITH HIS VIEWS ON AEROPLANES Ottawa, Oct. Hughes re- turned tonight after -having seen the flower of England's army carry out a iniiuic war amidst p'oaceful conditions and having witnessed two opposing French armies battle for three days. The Colonel has return-ad in splendid health and delighted with the trip." Col. Hughes denied that he -had been refused permission to visit the Ger- man manou-evres. K was only lack of time which prevented him from visit- ing the fatherland. The Minister of -Militia stated htMvas not impressed with the value of aero- planes In actual war. Because of ihe terriflic rate of travel necessary their observation value was very un- certain, he believes. He has great faith in dirigible balloons for observation surpass in time of war. Of the Brit- ish manouvres. Col. Hughes said: "The perfect ion displayed by the regular army ofllcers and men of the territorial infantry and territorial yeo- manry and the machine gun sections aroused the highest admiration not only of the Colonial visitors, but of the representatives of the other powers, one hundred of whom were present." ARE NOT AMPLY PROTECTED MATRON NEEDED TO PROTECT FEMALE CONSTANTLY PESTERED London, Oct. 1 evidence before the imperial trade commission yesterday, Lady Knightly and Hi ton Joyce of the British Woman's tion league, made serious charges con- iuernirig the inadequacy of the protec- jtion of the female emigrants during the voyage and the lack of reception homes foi' them on their arrival at, the ports and de-.Uinatioiis. Facts had come to their knowledge showing that attempts wore made -to corrupt tlic minds of the female emigrants on board the ahlps and they were templed at wayside ports or on their arrival at J destinations, to abandon domestic -.-or- respectable, occupations. I Some Australian states failed to pro- vide adequate safeguards for women upon arrival, and as ftir as Canada concerned, females leaving ivjih- out a matron were, inadequately pro- tected during the railway journoy of xivunU licroti the coutluetu. ARKELL OFF TO BRITAIN Ottawa, Oct. Arkell, form- erly professor of animal husbandry at the New Hampshire State college, who was recently appointed 'by the Dominion government Lo make a thor- ough investigation into the sheep in- dustry, left for Great Britain to com- rtience his work. .His first duty will be to make a study of the market of the Coun- try, their demands as to graces' and quality, methods of marketing, and to gather any other Information thai, may be of value to Canadian sheep raisers. TO OPERATE G. T." P, BRANCH LINES ftesina, Oct. hundred mile.} of the G. T. P..brunch line south is to be put. into operation for grain (tarry- ing at once, following tho inspection today iby .T. Drury, the Railway Com- missioners' expert, who was accom- panied by Division Superintend out Kirk-pa trick. The Mail, of .Munscn. Saak.. says- that over two million 'bushels of grain have been harvested in that district this year. .Letlibridge Mo'nBmental and Cat: Stone Works. SIMPSON AND NEEDS. 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