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- ' ". M(MAX-- . ' : ' ; " ' -- ' ' " '.--T ' exponent;, s . r- -i - - ' - """ .. ' : C7 .... . . . President Geddes endorsed what had said, and, portrayed the beauties of livings good life in the Gospel of Christ, and the need of preparation for motherhood. Closing rejnarks were giVen by Coiui-'- . selor Lucy D. Parkinson, and conference was adjourned for six months. Singing, "Beautiful Zpn." a 1 from his own lips.and of terr related it to the w riter. As a people we do not cultivate faith in mir inntT selves as we should,, we arc not as rich in faith if we but have the implicit as we niiht faith in prayer that will bring the desired blessing. Wc are all aware of the principle of faith as taught by our Savior ' in the ew Testament, and what mighty things " were accomplished thereby, we all know enough, we all believe in faith, but do we practice it in our evervrday lives, as we should considering who we are, and that w light lias come into thu world, and that ithout faith our works are dead.. Let us cultivate the sublime faith in our" daily Jives that us in every good will uplift Word and work. 'Fur: Editor. KlizaR.Siicm-Iicanl- President Musser niade.a few closing re- nl! wllO had IlCIDCd tO mfifl:" i(i n J viiiiw make the conference a success. After the solo entitled, "God be 'with you until we meet again." 'by Sister Eva James, and ben- edictioii iw Sister lunma Maw-- conference adjourned for six months. it ' - I . !, , . th-Milir- i , - V'' 11: ' . ( . - Counselor Jamesv johnsun. --- Lizzn-- : RomnNS, . ' -- . , -- Secretary. LinrvNtBenson; Cor. Sec v. . OXF.rPA . staki:.' . ... - r . ALBERTA STAKK. conferwice of the Oneida Stake Relief Society was held Nov. 5, 1910, i?i the Oneida Stake Academy. Counselor Lucy D. Parkinson presided. Sister Penson was absent, due to the illness, Semi-annu- and-strengthe- al The 'quarterly conference of the Alberta Stake Relief Society met at 10 a. m., on aov. id, rjiv, m tne aniston Assembly Hall, with the Priesthood and auxiliaries, " for preliminary exercises, after which the of her daughter. Counselor Clarisa S. Williams and Dr. Keliet.bociety ststers adjourned into the Re' Romania P. Penrose of the General Society lief Society hall. Stake President fary J. Hinman prewere present. sided. ..After the usual exercises, Stake After opening exercisesja solo was renCounselor Rhpda C. Hinman gave the opendered, "A prayer for. faith," by Mae Nelson. ing address, welcoming the goodly number A lesson" on the Organization and Gov- -' present, and especially our dear sister Mary eminent of the Relief Society was given by L. Woolf, who is present with us today, she having been our first president in Card-stoChloe L. M. Howell. Counselor Clarissa S. Williams of the when that Society was organized, she General Relief Society addressed the contwenty-thre- e years ago, which ference on,. various topics. Expressed joy held until the Alberta stake was organized, at being present; spoke of the life and. when she was called and set apart as presdeath of President Pathsheba V. Smith; ident over all the Relief Society in Althe election and works of Sister E. B. berta on August 20th, 1894, which position Wells; the organization and magnitude j).f .she eld-tillagorrwfien" she reKcrTCT moved to Utah to make her home there society work, and our great opportunities for extending our influence abroad. and care for her aged mother and look up ,Dr. Penrose endorsed what had been said family genealogy. Aunt Rhoda spoke of the and addressed the conference on the pro- divine mission of the Prophet Joseph Smith. Said she well remembered the time w hen the gress of Mormonism and the success of missionaries, especially the lady missionaries. Relief Society was first organized by him Spoke of the beauties of the Gospel, the joy said we should be proud of a name and a of living and appreciation ' of pur blessstanding in a Church that has withstood so be ings. many trials and persecutions, for Counselor Lucy D. Parkinson explained plainly seen the hand of the Lord has been that as a lecture was to be given by GoverUVtl 11113 .CUjnJ. OulU VC S11UIUU nor Brady of Idaho this evening, it had been careful to not say anything against those who are placed in authority over us before .proposed that we adjourn for one hour in stead of two for noon, and probably have the our children to cause them to lose confidence opportunity of hearing him.. This was voted in any person whom it is their duty to sus on by those present, and it yva?' decided to tain. adjourn for one hour only. Sister -- Mary L. Woolf felt almost too Singing, ''Do what is right." full of love and gratitude to express her Benediction, Hannah Corbridge. feelings in the joy of being with her relathe At afternoon session of conference tives and friends here once more. Felt many leading brethren were present. After a desire to do good wherever her lot might usual exercises, a report showing all assobe cast. Spoke of the duties of mothers, and ciations of the Relief Society in good conof the advancement made in Relief Society dition was given by Linda N. Benson, stake work," and the benefit mothers' work is to secretary. us alb and especially young mothers in raisDuet, "The morning breaks," Otto Johning their children, Referred to her home son and daughter." life in Utah,, and of her .aged mother, Sis- : P.r. Romania B. Penrose "addressed the ter Elizabeth Howe Hyde, who is nowr past conference 'on the value of the Gospel, the ninety-seve- n years of age, enjoys doing work' work of Elders abroad, and living to gain .t rT,v1 r llvilCy Ci till VPPVJI lUllltJ' 1 ViUiu ill a title; for eternal life. The value of time, fords, living within a short distance of the the evils of .card parties, and extremes of Logan Temple. Referred to the duty wife? fashion ; admonished all to be kind, sociable, owe to their husbands, being willing to humand to give words of joy and hope. ble themselves in their little differences, Piano duet, Eva Johnson and Marinda keeping a good spirit always urthe nome; Larson. felt the sisters could be missionaries among Counselor Clarissa S.. Williams said that their ' associates, and do much' good in acthe Oneida Stake Relief Society was their children to their, parties among the best, and that the President, Louisa B. companying ilHUUUl IU IliC till IV VVUUJ .Benson, was progressive, Wide awake,. and uhu in nit yuuiiticj Uctyo lu wwaiuv the General - Board loVed her and appreci-ate- d tvaj i.autu over the Relief Society in her home town in her labors ; also spoke upon woman's Utah and of the counsel and advice given suffrage, arid the extension of Relief Society her at that time by Sister Eliza R. Snow, work ; advised all to shun games of chance, her to never undervalue herself, but cards, wine, etc.; to attend the church telling . RELIEF SOCIETY REPORTS. LIBERTY. STAKE. !. conference of Lihertv Stake Relief Society convened Dec. 8, 1010. at 10 a. m. and 2 p. nr.. President Anna S. Mus-- . ser presiding. After the opening exercises, and. the. solo entitled. "T know that my Redeemer Liveth." by Sister Eva James, President Musser warmly, greeted the sisters, and iaye sonic good instructions. Miss McDonald sang a soUlCounselor Mary F.., Hodgson, gave some, instructions to ward secretaries, also paid, a tribute to our president. Anna S. Musser, her many nol le qualities, her charitableness, and the performance-- of her duties,, under the most trvintr circumstances,, to' which President Musser responded. Reborts were given of the Tenth. Thirty-fins- t. Thirty-third- , Jbjhertv ;and Emigration wards. .Ml were reported as progress-iiiL- r favorably, and in the fine, of their duty. Sister Louisa Dunbar rendered the solo entitled "At the Manger." ,.; Elder jC. W. Svmonds felt that he was elevated, by associating with the sisters, in the hearing ,()f their ."noble works, encour-ase- d us to speak of deeds performed, bv our fellow laborers, while on earth, and not wait until thev had passed ""a way, also snoke of .the promises made bv the Lord to his people being fulfilled. After closirV exercises "meeting ' iied until 2 o'clock. Delicious refreshments were served between the meetings, and a musical program Semi-annu- f 4 al . - , ':- - the-goo- ad-jo- ur -- ... - rendered. Conference reconvened af .2 o'clock, and after the opening exercises. Sister. Maud Kenner sang' the solo entitled,, "there's a Green Hill Far Away."Counselor Zurviah G.Eardley was. pleased vith the good atendance. and thought that this was a grand and glorious work, and that we would be blessed in our labors. Elder Joseph E. Taylor 'ave a talk on the signs-'"othe times. which was very in , mi iiLiiu-- mm usienea to wit n interest. A duet waf ; rendered by Sisters Iretta Jackson and Florence Barney .. , Tb Sister Lydia t). Alder,; who visited the J conference,. by special jippotntnientr 'spoke about the Christmas spirit of love and com- - nuinion, to help us to walk in the foot-step- s of our Savior, Related some of her experi- ' - . . . -- - ..." - n, a-y- -h- ear- : " it-c- an - " s '. l-- t- ( V - juv-iai- o- o. ( Concluded on Page ,48. ) .