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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHHRIDGE DAH.T IIEIULD SATUUDAY. SEPTKMUKH 29. 1917 You can always rely the superior quality of OMDutch It cleans thoroughly, safely, it's economical to use because a little goes a long it can- not harm the surfaces cleaned or iuu-t your hands. !Top Stone of Huge Mormon (Temple Is With-Very Fine (From Our Oira Canlstoii. Sept. the jcold north wlnO aud filfal hursts of rain, there gathered a Largo cousrega- tioa In the Temple on Sunday uller- i uoon to participate In the lisi cere- I moay 10 precede the formal dedication i of Ibis most substantial and wUhal j beuudtul edifice. i from riaresholm, Orion. StnrlitU' and at! the surroundinff w.-irJs. people (locked to the great gathering jiiace. Weather did lo ileler I iheui. From UaymonJ. Magrath auJ j IxMhl'riilse many leading citizens motored to Cardstosi. wouH; have required pr years to it It hand.' Supi. J, T. Hrotfi) strileil during1 ihc construction thug fjr uo nei-l; worlL the name liail occurred upon the or at the quarrtes. The heating plant was being tuslallsnl rapidly as the an.1 east ol the Lulldlue ami liuse concreic fonluit would carry (he pipes supply both tho Temple Tcifccr- nacle heat. This being completed. lime would enable ibe work lu pro- ceed du.-lng the vliitcr. Tbo hor were now In place and the work was The initial re re monies beean upon bv-iof rushed. VISIT TO CANAD- roof uf ihe Btruclure where Lbe i lasi scone square in basic ouiUue iiul lancrlng In poini nas nl- ready for the placinE- Tie Supl. ol I fonsiruction. .Mr. J. T. IJrown. ike inembcra of the committee in eharfic o( ihc .Messrs EJw. J. Wood.. H. S. Allen. Joa. K. Parrlsh. and the first named, the foreman ot construc- tion. Mr. Baxter, and the heail mason, Mr. 5. S. surrounded the large stone. II. S. I the ceremonial worJing. Mr. S. JJ. Nen'twi iVtlil (lie necessary Jdoriar at j Iho signal to the eugincer sione TIBS lowered Into place, the rain anil ihe wind Joined iu nuclaiiu. every available portion charge of Ih a3 the Core-man In j Iilnn3 'uul uork wa. for but hail lelt ihe Hun for some other yart ot the bulUI- A.lnrUoue solo, "The City." ivas very acceptably given by Mr. A. II. Cure of Iho Stake choir nntl then Pros. 11. S. Allen, referred to the Tirsl nail of the proceedings upon the top-[ most parl of the bulUlng and then Iho great chausra In this goodly land during the rast 29 years Hint he had -tieon In Canada. This groal building wouU be n ereat dlgpeller of prejudice against, the people called as our friends us fame to uutlCTSiantl ns better and to apprec- iate the great work for uiuii'klml which Soliiu'on In (he TciujtJos erected 1 ot tho uyper rooms wore crowdcd.wiih i by ihls1 jieoiilo At ii.s dcdtcallorr he ;iiLOple and as soon as possible after TrQstcij our- Albma friends placing Ihe leaders descended desired, might visit this' greiit f and began the general wliich structure before ils final closing- lo uvrc under ihe Pres. Kdw. uorMiinubers of (he church. J. Wood. He first called fur a brief review of ihe historical ard financial 1 rerun! of the structure from the SPS> retary-lrejsuier, "Mr. Jno. F. Parish, stated Dial uurlrr (he Jlreclloa I of the I'reaMent of tbe church IJie dedication of tbe RFOJI duly pro- i ceeded with on -July iithr 1013., the j church havlDs vottn nt Ihe preceding aunual conference in April io build a j temple for the Canadian stakes. The first ground vvas broken on November 9th. the same year by Mr. The building itself "symbolized Ihe' l of JP solidity o[ ,1 Christ, that was etornal, and open to all mankind and calcu- laied to redeem .ill who ivottld II. The stake choir rendered iho an- (hem "Song of Praise" and B. P- All ted of Raymond first, ward, siiokc of. the evidence given by tins great struct'-] (hr L. D! S. the prophecy ot Elijah concerning Ihc j turning of ilie hearts of tbe children lo their fathers and of tlie father-i >.Q children. The prnyer ivas then I K. lirepne and nssisraiits and by Sept. 13tlj, 1915, ihe torncr stone .was ready and duly placed Ly Apostle ,nost br Fatriarcb David O. It had taken sluce i Hinrnan. Few isyA Ing ou lib it itlial due to'complete stone work of drv as ho invoked Cod's Wessin i Ihe main structure. Ibc outer court of ,he ccnneUea w stone Js yet lo be ,n ,ts The expenditures ;then'giTeii: a- .1915. by years 13M, J73.6 191G, lo August 31. 1917, a iota! of had leeu dispersed. Of this Ir.rgc amount 527.35S.OO had .ncen i en .by the people of the I wo slakes, Tvhllc the churcli at large had The piclore slows Mrs. Waldorf acting as plWc to His Majesty Ihc tour of the grounds of. the Astor home of Cliveden, which has been rtiimetl iclo a'hospital for wounded. People's Forum Olher inleresling slat Is lies were given, e.g.: bags of ceriient liad' been uaed In Ih'-a c-ancrete work. The healing and plumbing cunlfact ror-55fi.919.00; ihe .electric, wiring would cost JS.OS5.00; irliJle Ibc roof- ing to be plsced on the concrele now laid around. Lhe central square donic yet cost, Supi. J. T. Brown then In introduced .Mr. August Drusswlch. Ibc head of lie stODC contracting firm operating in Kootenay, B. C. who with three other GIVEN THE LIE Editor, the Letftbridge- Elerald. Sir.-In last Telegram (here! 2I5 cars'of EranuViised....... appeared a reprint from Ihe Calgary He spotp of thelr tender Herald of an alleged mterwler 'with samples as submitted at Hall I a Mr. C. H Baker, In which he at-1 City aod thal gton had led t temp cd to dtecredit ibe as {no begt Ue association. Your -n-eekly contempor-1 ary did not hoTrerer, reprinl the other side of Ihe story and 1 feel that JQ Ihe interests of justice you will not fail to. The following Jailer appeared in tbe Alberlan tbe day following Mr. Baker's remarks: ASKS MR. DAKER TO PROVE HIS CHARGES Must Hake iGobcl''His Asertlon Tbat Servian, all related, had supplied the 35 lo 50 men had been engaged 'in uarryJug and preparJng this stone for hree years and three months and Bd ihey not heen uilrij the bcel iQCblnery obtainable Cor. Ihe .work, il The chulr liicn guve the very fitting number, "The of the House." Rhoda C. IJinman by request gave her- one now 89 years had TecclveJ baptisni at ibo hands of the lliopbcl Jos. Smith and also parllcipalcd- in the ordin- ances o[ the temple at Xanvoo, Ul. A double inlied quartette from slake choir rcnderefl Very beautifully "PilBrlms of Ihc Night." Mr. Z. W, Jacobs spoke brieffyjlo Ibe question, "Why Ws and Pres.l concluded admanltton! that all might bd-worthy lo enler'this] liulldlnf by obeying the rules ol HIP. burch as lo tithing, ihe Word of Wls- om and requirements made of Iruy .-The berdlassd la nil visitors except those obtaining per-1 itil it .was ready j Great praise is du-j the choir, leader I. F. Lcync and organist Mro. as well as all who aided, in the beauli-j musical numbers. V Nexl-oMCln la a Party Editor, Alberlua: I bave noticed _________ wllh a great deal ol Indtjnallon tbe I scandalous attack by an Individual HEROINE OF BRITISH RAID. named Chas. H- Baker on Hie Greal i Doris Spencer Walton, aged 15, i War Ncit-of-KIn asoclallon, 'anrt, as r of a missionary, when eu lo the hospital, morlally ivoanrl- by Canadian soldiers said "I -inst kiss you bolh because you hare for Liver and Bad Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. Gel a 10-tent boi. headacho. biliousness, coated heai and nose clogged up with, (race Ihis lo .lorpH fjt-cr; delayed, food In Ihe ela or sour, gassy Blomacb. olsonoira mailer clogged In the In- inoa, Instead of being- cast out of lie sysLem 19 re-absorbed Into the l.jood, Wien Ills poison reaches (he .Silicate brain tissue II cauaea con- j and fbal dull, throbbing, alck- Immediately cleanse Ihc j-tiorilach, remove tho sour, undigested K youf'llt SAVL v one keenly Inlcrcsted In the welfare of orgaotzatlon, 1 to place this wan In a position which he musl elflier prore his assertions that 11 IE parl and parcel.ol Ihe Liberal rnBch- lne..or else be declared by public opin- ion to be an uirniltiealei1 cad arfd liar, Kor lhal pQrpose I hare ed the' letter to him and en- close herewith my personal chsch for i f 100, which r would ask yon (o klcdly hold liii midnlghl, Ihe ISth Inst., pend- ing a reply from Daker. D. AU5AR-BAILBY. Mr. C. 11. Baker, 32C.Siilh avenue. N.B., Cltr. Sir: In the Calgary'Herald cTSep temher 15, In reply to a lelier vritteD by Mrs. Alice Grevclle'lo The Alber tan, In which Ehe refulcd certain In ainuallona madt you about'the Great War N'eit-oi'-XIn assoclaLIon you slated, "I know Dint this i Ncil-of-KIn asaociatlon Is nothing more or less tban a Liberal pollUca .scheme concocted for tho purpose o 'making yoles aKalnsl the B6rden COT ernmcnl, and there are flcorea of olhe near relative's of the boys In th trenches here, as well as a great num. ber of returned men- IhcmEelrea, win are thoroughly convinced of that fact.' As 1 believe thai to be an unwarre.nlec Ifbcl and the toncoctcr of It an un mitigated: liar, I call upon you, Defer Tuesday oldnlghl, the 18th Inst ellher tn laeertlon or els retract It and apologize. For the pur pose, of encouraging you lo do Ihlg and also for'the purpose of aecln; made of, 1 have- denoal UiefAltiertan.m for id'fof Ml lo ihe patriotic tuni-lf ftni pror IStlOn bir. It f AMILV i WILSON t-HT LETHbHIUUt. public men, lo IB manner, (hat you hire been guilty 6 faheliood. A1.OAH-BAILBY. I ..Calgarj, Sent. 1C. V Mr. Uakc-r lias qo[ rtulled to U, cnge. Ife hag made no statement ail to even support his allegations, he public CUD Judge Tor themselves to the calibre of this man. D. ALCAn.DAlLEY. EL FROM IP Calgarr. Eepl. CcllitlinB wllli nolhcr airplane while flvhig at a hl of feet In Kngland. Major Arthur Llnroln, who went overseas an Alberla Mounted Itlflc unit, ell to the earth In a spinning nose- and e.1; raped wJlh sJIglitJnJur, The 120 horse-power engine of hla raa- -hlnc was hurled soyeral feet In the round. The other afrp'anc managed o reach Ihe earth :n safety. Major Lincoln la now in the 14th Squadron of the lloyal Plying corps, o M-hlch he Iransferrcd from the Iirj ncrlal armj- four monlhs ago. lie vcnl across with the mounted rcgl ment recrulled In southern AHierla rotn Medicine Hal last year, and after changing to Ihe Infantry was Iran 3 Tor red lo Ihe Imperial forces and Jaler lo he aviation corps. tills to inspect'it, unt for dedication. After ome Work A dish of iiiis ceieal'- and then to TOASTED CORN FLAKES will help to assimilate a glass of niLlkorcreamandwilliusureeasy digestion .of both. Being light aud nourishing, this is the ideal bed-time lunch for a tired student. Insist on the original by ask- ing for the red, white and green package. Others are imitations. The Baltic Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co.j Head Oflico and Factory: London. Out. Commanding officer.of members of U. "A. Flying Corps, who aro In Irnlrlng In Canada with the Royal Flying.Corps. HIS is tho best' time, of tho year to give YOUE anrt briglitciung MR. after the havoc thnt sununev's dust, gun and flics have performed upon it. inttcJt more attractive and enjoyable it will be during ttie winter inoiillis with bright new finish mi the floors, interior wood-work and a coal of paint on outside. It will innke honic more cheery'tlir.ougiionr (lie -long- winter nights ulicn tlie family spends its time indoors.' Wee us now. Let with you and show yon how with a'small expense your Inline can be niartc ini measurably more invitirig. Let ns plan color schemes with you and give you tlie benefit of our experienced knowledge in producing beautiful, yet economical, effects. WELLINGTON BROS Sherlock Bldg. (7th ;