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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1916 VHE LETHBRIDGE MAJtLt HERAL1> PAGE FIVE THE Electrically Started This car is the result of a defini|:e purpose to supply a definite need with definite finality. ^ It is built for the man whose purse cannot afford a big expensive car. And here is the small light car, complete to the last detail. ^1 Its performance is on a par with its beauty, comfort and completeness. CH (Made in Canada) Electrically Lighted ou can own one of th ese cars. ^ But act promptly for no car was ever in such demand. Q The demand naturally centers on top class at bottom price, this small light car. ^ And no other car at anywhere near its price can compare with this one for beauty, performance, comfort, completeness and economy. $750 at Lethbridge Immediate delivery. Get in touch with us today. Parts to be had from all agents. BAALIM MOTOR Phone 1621 Back of Union Bank Lethbridge Distributing Point for Southern Alberta LTD. Lethbridge CLEANSES YOUR HAIR MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL, THICK, GLOSSY, WAVy TRY THIS! ALL DANDRUFF DISAPPEARS AND HAIR STOPS COMING OUT Surely try u " DMulei-Ino Hair OlounBe" i� you wish to Immediately double the beauty of your hnir. Just moisten a oloth with Diinderlne, and tlrHw It carefully through your hair, taking; one small strand at a time; this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt, or any excessive oil-in a few minutes you will be amazed. Your hair will he wavy, fluffy and abundant, and possess an Incomparu/We softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, one application of Dandertne dissolves every particle of dandruff; invigor-, ates the scalp, stopping itching, and ( falling hair. Danderine is lo tlie hair what fresli showers of rain and sunshine are to i vegetation. It goes rlglit to the roots invigorates and strengthens them. Its ? ? ? ? : ? ? > > : ? ? TO SAVE ZEPP Loudon, April 4.-The British Aeronautical Institute has asked the government's permission to undertake at Its > own expense the salvage of of the Thames. The institute ? believes that if salvage is un- ? dertaken by aircraft exports, ? the Zepj-ielin cati be saved, re- ? built and launched against the ? ? ? > CLARESHOLM (From the Advertiser) Mr. Macleod of the Lethbridge kilties occupied the pulpit in the Presbyterian church Sunday, April 2nd., morning and evening. Mrs. Larkin is In receipt of a letter from her husband that he has been pronounced physically unfit for further service and has been transferred to a convalescent home at Bearwood, near London. Nothing definite was mentioned regarding his being Invalided homo. Claresholm district was favored with a tew Inches of snow on Tuesday night. The abundant moisture tiiis spring is a pretty good guarantee of a bumper crop. Farmers are getting busy In the fields and by next week seeding will bu well started. wounds are not of a serious nature. Sergt. Mann, of the R. N. W. M. P., Macleod, has been transferred to the Stand-oft' detachment. The Rev. .Mr. and Mrs. Gray, late of Yellow Grass, Sask., arrived in -Macleod on Monday last to take up their residence liere, TABER NEWS (From the Times) A quiet wedding was solemnized nl the home of Rev. A. V,. Bryan on Tuesday evening, March 21, when Mr. Joseph Pllnkus and Miss Jlyrtle Jones were united in the bonds of holy matrimony. The newly wedded couple will reside on the groom's farm in the vicinity of Taber. Mrs. David Evans, formerly of Taber but who had removed with her husband to Michel, B. C, a couple of months ago, died at her home last week. Mrs. Evans was an aunt of Mrs. H. Layton, of Taber. The funeral took place on Friday last. Messrs. H. Layton and J. Howell went to Michel to attend the funeral. J. D. Fuller, who has been spending the winter at Long Beach, California, returned to Taber last week, and expressed himself as glad to be back in sunny Alberta. B. K. Bullock has moved out to his farm at Needpath and is busily engaged In getting his land ready for seeding. He Intends putting in a considerable acreage this year. KEEP LIVED ACTI BOWELS CL BEST WHEN BILIOUS, SICK HEAD ACHY, CONSTIPATED, OR FOR BAD BREATH OR SOUR STOMACH of activity somewhere over in France. H. B. Robinson, of the local branch of the Bank of Hamilton, has been appointed manager of the Stavely branch. Tiio degree team of the Vulcan I. b. O. F. lodge paid a fraternal visit to Blackie lodge on Monday night, about .12 making the trip in automobiles. H. V. Hichardaon and family are leaving the district next week and will make their home at Martshorn. On Monday, April 10, the second special meeting of the Vulcan Cooperative Creamery company is to be ,,�rt "^r. ^"^-^ 'T'' s^-^-oiuTi^n^ThrThrc^U'r^or ini r