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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta "Wednesday. November 10, 1913' THE LETHHRIPflE DAILY HERALD Page 0 FORECZEMAS Use CUTIG1M The itching, .burning, suffering1 and loss of sleep caused by rashes and irritations of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases by warm" baths vrith Cuticura Soap .followed by gentle' apjiiications orCuiicura Ointment. ere A Uatnl napli ot Vta ma trtaL-nrtit ol i REGINA STANDARD "16 DROPPING OUT of the Dalfy Province Have Bouflht Out the Mclnnli Interests. I Mobso Nov. Indcpcnd I eat organ, the HegUm Standard, Is ceaslng'to exist The stockholders of 1 the Daily Provlnco have bought out the McTnnis Interests. It Is under fctobt) that J. K- Mclnuls'aiid his three 1 ions have become BO immersed In the call's of their realty business that the) i have no other optlou than to fiive iip Particulars-hare; i yet been announced as to the nature i of the'deal that submerges a paper very muclrlSvo'and independent since 19W. -srithln tha fold of one eatabUsh j ed 1910, The passing of the StandaW j marks a journalistic'epoch In the cap! tal, oaly those la the- newspaper buai cess realizing how great. Cardston, Nor not vitally connected wUh iho Alberta Stako of the Church of JMUB Christ of Latter SslnU hare any Idea of the ot.lho territory coining within tho jurisdiction of President Edwin J. Wood. 7he growth of church to tha north as been phen- omenal, ar.i.uxlay we find tcitlercd cominuullles all the way from the international bouuilary on the south to the city CaJgiry on the north, nd from the Rocky Mountains on he west to Medicine Hat and the the east The following Hst of Dlflhops "with heir wards will give the localities blch aro centrfco for (he surround- ng country: A. Moore, Chris. E. 'rank, W. J. YVhltehead, laresbolru; J. S. Brown, stavely; G. .Toone, SlarHne; Joslah Orr, Or- on; J. T. Brown, Cardstonj W. O. mltb. LeavJU; J. Tarter, 5fountaln F. P. Fibber. HJ11 Spring; Ed. LeavlU, Glenwood; W. Tanner, J. B. NeSIson, Klmball; R..A.! kelson, Taylorville; L. F; Harris, Voolford; Mark B. Bearer. To assist him in the wort of the President Wood has many offlc- !F3 at work In thb different depart- iiciila of the church activity.. Fol- owing IB the list: Edward J. I; Thos. Duce, first councillor; Sterling Will- ing, second councillor. Members of the htgh council: Bph; rlam Harter, Jos. H.- J. C. ahoon. Homer Wolfe, John F, Par- ish, Henry Bor- enso'n; Andrew R- ArdUbahi, Brlg- lara F. R. Thomas, Sco'j A "wahilng to the puhlic againat sub for atock in a power projec on the Bow River in Calgary- fs tallied- In a memorandum issued- b llnmaii, Rufus E. Alternale high councillors: .7. H. Tanner. W. H. H.'Steca. J. A. Hammer, Frank Lesvllt. V.-'li S. Patriarchs: Heniy Hlnman, H. Manley Brown. Christopher Frank. High, priest's quorum; fHenry L. Hiniaau, Z. W. Jacobs, Duce. Quorum of seventies: J; P., K. Green. P. P. Thomas, J. S. Farrel, D. K. Stake board of education: E. Wood, SteiHus vritlUma. Thos. J. T. Brown. Jlollef hocle'tv: J. Brown, R. 0.' Hinmun, C. J. Hummer, J. W. Bates, S. B. Halnes, G. Cazler, IK R. Lcad- JlQgtf y.. E. Smith. X. Pitcher, c. Pilling. A. A. Morgan, L llroun, A. Harris, A. Snov. Sunday school: Geo. K. Gaboon, E. D. Robinson. O. A. Dallies. L. R- Ihice Chris Jensen, liable Hanson, I. M. Coouta. B. F. Lamb, W. L. Smllli, XelUe HeuEon. Leone Low. E. Cooinbs, J. P. Low, John Wiggle, Mary Grow, May Ixavltt. j. W. Low. A'oung men's mutual Improvement association: J. W. Lou-, Clyde Brown, Z. W. Jacobs, G. H. Xelson, S- Lowy Chas. Ilinman, Heber Uerij. fjiyton. Young ladiea' mutual Improvement association: Armenia Lee. SitBle Hfn- man, Minnie ParrJsh, Kulalta Me- CuL'i, Julia Wilson, Virginia Jordon, Dora Jacobs, Rhoda Sloan, Ziaa 3rowri. Attena WlllIamE, Mable Brown, Primary association: Emily BIglow Elizabeth darker, Sarah Card, Etta Dow die, Christina Nellson, Carrie ilrown, Vere Olson, Ellen S. F. Good- Ing, Elaa F. Ne'Ilson. ctass: Ralph DO rn Wight, L-. Coombs, R. Brown, E. Coombs, Itose Archibald, FnsnVIp Ellison, Guy Nellson, Old folk's committee: J. A. Ham- mer, .Van Brown, J. H. Tanner, Mary E. Smith, Z. W. Jacobs, S. B. Dalnca, Amutemcnt committee: J. W. Low Armenia Chris .lenpen. Joh'n Ockey, Scott B, Brown, ifenjamln J. Wood, C. B. Tanner, II. W. Maughan; G. E. Cahooa, Ernest Parrish.-M. Lo'wry. Local genealogical Sirs.-.A." Morgan. Stake cTcrt: William T. Merridew. Stako cholrister: Frank Layne, Stake A. T. Jlenson, .O. Brown, A. 'Hammer." Chairman temple committee work: FR1THE Suffered Ten Years Cured Him REBELLION THERE DROVE MAN TO THIS ESTABLISH RANCH St. THOMAS, 32nd. 1913. i Cdoionton. Alia.. Nov. K. 'I troubled for ttn tbc I J.'anaamaker, formerly or llaliiuibre, d !ndi- I Md., and'until recently of Vcra Cnir, gesUon of foint. No one could with these this I wu for 1bi> long time. The paia from Indigestion iiitny tiints, I tjive hid tu stop viork and lie dana uotU the acu'.e bpastas ptssed away, 1 toot a lot of fact, I guess toot about everything that tsas gave Oieci all fair got no relief. About a year however. I Yras advtied to try he served elgbt montba uuder Madero, has coino to Edmonton to establish a Block auti dairy ranch! In central Albeiia. Hundreds o( Am erlcana, now iu the southern' republic, ho said, will migrate to the States and western Canada early next year, as conditions lo Mexico have re- sulted In heavy business losses, ow- ing to the continual strife the people.- Panaamaker reports that he am raishtT 1 gold bis ranch ont! other holdings Green, J. Y. Card, Frack'.Browa, T.'i C. J. P- JorUon. Stake ushers: Roy Rose, Brudd, T. R. Wm. Firet quonim: -W; Yan- cey, Gustavo NeHsou, G. 6. Low, Or- son. Anderson, A. B. Cure, GtiBtarq Peteraou. ,v Second elder's quorum: Hyrura Gold, Ephrlam Roy- Albert Henderson. Third elder's Quorum'; David Frank Milliard F. PriiSton, C. B; Larson, H. J.-Frank. IM so Tor they seta to be exactly for me. They gave m a very short lime and I am now free from these ditcues and enjoying hpalth. _ My also used we both thint they are the best medicine ever made." Z. J. BDGEWORTH. for vho back up our-guarantee on this splendid range- "BABY" McKEE MARRIED New York, NOT. -Mies McKce, who was the ''Baby" McKee of Iho White House htr grand- father, Benjamin liarr.taon, was pre- cnU and who vis christened In the cutlTe mansion, waa married yes- terday to Kurt Relslincr, of Mr. and Mm. Hugo Reldncer, and grand- son of ffie late Motflmt Bnsch. weddlnx took pluca.ln the Central church here. bride Is the. daughter ot and Mrs. Jas. R. McKee, of this city. 3ho took an active part in (sshlonable llfo at Washington Iset i i ij> i a. ?WR. 7'Ps LONDON TORO LONDON TORONTO 'MONTREAL -WINNIPEG'VANCOUVER ST. JOHN H AM ILTON'CALGARY SASX.ATOON CALGARY SOLD IN LKTIIBRlIHlEl BY THE STAFFORD- AGiVEW CO. ;