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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page BABY S OWN SOAP Many happy Mothers are using Baby's Own Soap in the nursery not merely because they themselves were washed with it, when infants, but also because ex- perience has shown that ho other soap will help the skin so it so white, so so pleasant to cost as little. Ruby's Own Soap is be si for Baby and best for you, Isiiiiticti ltd Mormon Stake Conference at Raymond Occasion of Great Uplift to People Raymond, Nov. remarkably fmc, the quar- terly conference o! lie Taylor stake ol the Mormon ct.uich vvjs held Sat- urday and Sunday in the first ward chapfl, Itayinond, aud ia point of at- tcndantc and sound exhortation it will rank as history e' the. cl Some disappo1' the apostles (rom but in spite I of this lact a splendid spirit prerail- Hi throughout'the various sessions. 'The Women's Relief Society its benalt ol the grcit Salibalb school cause made a cietp iiupiereton. 1 KI.TOX Sl'KAKS Another splrudid termou was de- Ihficd by Jir. D. (I. ol Lett- bridge, who spate eloquently upon i the (uadameutal principles ol saiva- lion. Mr- Kllon is a mm I aVIs er, and his vords were f.illownl ivith keen interest his au'lituis. The final session of Hie on Sunday'afternuoQ icraied a littir.g pie in the midst ol a terrible sea to the salvation a! so'jls by the Wijul ofChrisl iu a world of wlckeilMss ;uij sin. lilSHOf YOl'M! The coi.Uudsrg serciou wns ry Klder 11. S. Young, bishop ol l.etli- bridge. It v-as one of the linest and most ffiorts o! the uuiitr- etce. His address was aa appeal f'i-r a greater devotion to tied ari'1 His! kingdom, in the every cm j life ol thoss uho have put on Christ' Jesus. example ol this people I ran he made to be the most potent I factor in the promulgation of tl-s gospel lo.lhe outside world." of liis chari-e in ihft city i conclusion to the big convention'. I.etWjridge tl.e HisHop said: -'tt'e chapel M-IS lilled to overflow- are spletdidly in ing, nuny laving to bland. The Leau- church is prosprrir.i; ib-ir, nud our chapel will stiraulate us er activity. The people of are trte God-fearing anil re are glad to enjoy their society. ilifler in religion, but I repk-e in theiv tolerance and gooil-iello'.v- iliip toward us. I hope this are mtje fii ehe.p AI t OKD ii ti good tf'r ALBERT SOAPS LTD., Mfn, MONTRE30- donl Bramvell. of the Acad-! PROGRESSING BLOffLV cray. delivered an excellent address on! ,F" and John new science of entries, missionaries, in plain, yet InoRensiNc language thelwwe -lhe Bolh Eprtc FflORTEENYEASS Restored to Health by Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. I suffered for fotsr- years from organic inflammation, female Trenknesa, pairi and Irrogulari- ttea. The pates in my sides wero'in- creased by walking or standing on my feet-anil I had such awful bearing down was de- pressed hi npirlts and Iwcimo thin and paU with dull, heavy had EIX CLEVER TROUPE OF GIRLS ARE AMONG BRIGHTEST IN THE ENTERTAINING LINE Kverr time the Bostoaiar.s come to I.cth'jtidgc they ituke a im- on the public. Their char- acterization of the cotnic opera "Princess Chic" at the Jlajestic last night i brought tortb' round alter round ol applause, and .ivas tbe suli- jetl cf many appreciative remarks. ppera requires the test the handling, and the Boslotuans certainly, did themselves nud the opera lull musi- cal numbers were well rer.dered. Most of ait; v.ell known In Thorn Hclleii as the Pria- esccedmgly and tor MEDALS London, N< the Koyal Geographical society to-'some sound advice u-as Urd Canon presented medalB! mothers present as-to v fcbou d lell tteir sons and to the surviving members of the Scoiti Aether, the e.tpediEioo. CmHrjgs ot a stivlcnt The Italian Ambaseador ori behalf i tmt avoided subject. ot the Italian fitograrihtcal so- Art iUuniinalfug, lecture on child1 clely, presented medals to Lady Scott, culture by 3liss Spencer, and several Mrs. Wljson, Mrs. Oaiee anU Mra. r. jriosi- c5-j The widow of Petty-Officer -lovable and profitable meeting. CONFERENCE PROPER On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock the conference proper Hresi-j t tlie terrifcle disaster which latelv he- 0 fell I he ill-fated steamer Voltnrno, likening the salvation of those.peo- FERDY AFRAID TO GO HOME Rome, Nov. IB strong in diplomatic circles that, fullEnu; some assurance from Austria of future sup- port In his present difficult position. King Ferdinand of wlllnevcr venture back to his capital. Ferdinand Is cow fn Vfenna, where 6e his had a protracted audience with the Emper- or, ar.d Is In aluost daily conference If Hair is Turning Gray, Use Sage Tea Don't took eld! Try Grandmoth- recipe to darken and beautify fadsd, lifeless Viatr Thai even shade of dark, glossy hair cau only bc- had by brewing a uixture of Saxc Tea Sulyhtr. Your hair is your charm. It makes or lisars the When It fades, turns grey, ctreaked and looks dry, wispy aud just au ai'plicatton or iwo and Sulphur enbaucts its appt-ar- ance a hundredfold. Don't bother to prepare the tonic; you can get from a ay diug store a 51) cent Lottie 01 and Sulp'ur Hair to use. This can always bo depended upon to bring back the- oaiural color, tblckness and lustre of your hair aud rcnove dandruff stop scalp Itcliin? and falling hair. Everybody uses Sage and because !i darkens fa naturally asd evenly that nobody can lell U has been You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through tbe hair, tab- Ing one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair has diEajipeareJ, ?ml aftei another application it becomes beauti- fully dark and aypears luatrous and abundant. J. D. Higlnbolhatu Co. Ltd., asenU. with the AiiBlrailan Foreisn Mlolater, Count Von- Bercbtold. was not present, but her medal will te forwarded to her. dent Ileber S. Allen presided arwi the Try This Horn c- made Cough Remedy Costs Little, .But the Work Quietly, or Money Refunded, 'illx.tivo cups of granulated sugar irlth i cup of warm waCer, stir for_2 ounces of tora from whom I received only tempo-! rary relief. I decided to give LydiaE wos UP usual standard worth) in a IB-ounce boUlej then ufair jof exceUcr.ce. Cbam- Bdd the Sjtup. TaVc a teaspoon- Hftyinond clmirs, led by Mr. i James Walter, provided sweet music. the stake pre-i stdency were several bishops, mem-: hers "of the liigh council, and other: dignitaries.- There was a good 'attendance and those who were pres-' cnt were amply rewarded for the ct- foct- put forih. President 0- IT. Snow was the, principal spfaVcr a_l JJie morning ses- i Vegetable Coinpoand Ihava r.ov; assd tho raniedtes for four months and cantwt express rnythanka for what they havo aonc for mo. these lipea will beof any benefit you have my "'permission to publish SADIE 'WILLIAMS, 455 James Street, Elkhurt, IndianB. Lydia E. Pinknam's Vegetable Com- pound, m ade f ram na Ii roots and horbs, contains r.o narcotic or harmful drog3, and to-day holds Lhe record of moat successful remedy for female ikta we know of, and th cusapds of voluntary testimonials on 'file .in the laboratory at Lynn, Masi., to prove fact If you have the slightest ipnlit Hint [jj'dla Tit Yftseta- to Lydia JR.PinlthamJJctliclBcCo. (confidential) ilcc.' Your letter will bo opened, read and answered; by a woinaa, cad held ia strict berlin, steward lq Use Duke, was up- and nfr Ringing :of look- ed it'uji in tlic'Hcofc1-', brought down the house. I.inn as a- Sul- dier M'Fortune, WRE equally ah. appreciifion would Tiot te le- inx made of Hillle O'Neill ,a's- the Duke; Agnes Louis M, who as a varlet: brou'giit down tlii- hcuoC wild her singing nf ito the same 'Uivtt While, as steward, to the" .ptiiwH, and In'a Mitchell.'- This clever appear ;toniglit! the "-I'l-iLo Maid11 and shouli draw a lull !HMK'-. ARE EXEMPT FROM: TAX D.C., Kor. ceivers ot Insolvent corporations are not recjulrcci the corporation (ax W_.the Fayne-Aldrich law (ul one, two or three Yoy will find that this slrnple" hold of.'a more (lufcHy fhan ever uiC4. tr.Ss a