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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 15, THZ LKTRBRIDGB DAILY. HEHALD PAGE SEVEM Friday and Saturday Specials in WORKWOMEN'S SHOES AT THE FOOT TOGGERY _____________________jj_ Black and tan grain Blu. Pegged or Sewn, Heavy single or double Soles, at Values you can't find anywhere else in town. Secure a pair now. SPECIAL Regal Black and Tan Polish, 5c tin; 6 tins fof 25c W. J. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING STOPS FALLING HAIR Thli Home Mule Mixture Stops dniH ind Filling Hair and Aldt Commission Will Handle Can. War Expenditure CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. O'l-lex Compound.........a. small Sox purchase of liorara in King's County, Glycerine....................'A Nova Scotia, by. A. Dowttt Poster, These are staple ingredients j[ p He explained thai eight thous- tbat you can buy from any druggist and DOUBht [Or the mia day tor buo weeks, then onoe a-rarv-haste and stress. Ht explained that other wcetc until all the mixture la Mr. Foster had been employed to do AJialf pint should He enough woril Dy' Col. McNeill -without the hS taowhd.. oi any member c. from falling out, and Itnhlng government. nnd'sctlp dlMuct. uotWng ot it and would Although It h not a dye, it sets liavc it, upon Urn hair roots and will darken elated the prime who add- strFikccI, faded, gray hair in ton or oil lliat the same remark applied to llfi.rcn fays, tt promotes the growth lire ininisler 61 militia, who had sent a! Uio Iw'lr nnil mukes Iiarsh hair soft lor Mr. Foster and iskrrt him how- CTLESEEK he hail allowed himself to foe ap- pointed an agent ol lhe government: 'Mr. Foster had made an explana- tion wliich waif, riot'satisfactory, eoen whan it was., remembered-that; he: was yoiing and a "desire to have horses purchased in 'NTor.i Scotia he had undertaken at i I the request of Col. McNeill. to buy' How to Care for Your Complexion There is no truer saying than that "beauty is only skin Good features lose their charm uudtra sallow or blotchy skin and poor features are PloriGed by a beautiful complexion.. A very useful toilet booklet entitled Your Complexion bas juat been Uflued by Nyal's and contains many helpful health and beauly hints, includ- ing proper methods of maasupe. It can he hadfortheaaking attheNyal Agency Drug Store ind you should cull or tele- pbone for it. Among other things it poiiits out is thatdiet, sleep, venli'Iition, and a thousand other -things we cannot uctpe are continually wirrlng against our complexions. Get a 25C or joe jarof Nyal's Pace Cream and convince your- self of its cleansing and refreshing and beautifying qualities. It is greaseless, oxygenated and quickly absorbed by the akin, leaves Qo shine, and gives a pleasant, smooth, cool sensation, quick- ly removing the irritation produced by .wind and weather. 1191 All Nyal preparations are justly J'nni- ous arH none more so than Nyal's Face Creucj Telnet we unhesitatingly recom mend. Call or telephone-- us for your copy of Ibis book which contains valuable info Mrs, Wlllior llesloii ot Lethhrldgu, id little son Her I Hie gueata of liec lather, ilr. Joiwpli Chriille, avenue llernld. Miss Kathleen Southard, who has in .the city for the past two'weeks, toft 'thin 'uHcrnoon lor Calgary. ,'ojjceiur Lindsay, Mrs. Lindsay, daughter, left today for Ilcd Deer. fjriof to their departure they wore ciiLcLtaincd at a number of very j'ablo social aiialm. Airs. H. .J. Ooodc and daughter are in Cranhruok with Mv. Goode, having arrived tlierc yesturdny after R pro- longed visit ,'.L Ml-. Thomas, Out., ana Minneapolis, .Senator and -Mrs. Do Vcbor Jiiid W. A. Buchanan, M. P., Mrs. Buchanan and Master llonald returned Irom Ot- tawa yesterday attcrnoon. Miss Gladys Downer in home alter an extended vmt to Winnipeg friends. KINNIHUUGH-WOYCHIK A quiet wedding was solemnized fit the St. Andrew's luaiiEe yesterday afternoon in the presence ot a few immediate friends, when David Kin- laiburgh and AnnJe Woychik, of Pur- iplu Springs, were united in marriage, Rev. A. C. Bryan nfllcfa-ted. Alfred Davis supported. tho groom, labile iliss Ada Fames supported the bride. The young couple left for purple Springs.where they ivIH reside. The -marriage took place on the 5tli insL., of Scrgt. A. Little, of the 51st Hogt. 3rd CoiiL. U.Q-E.F., and Miss Elizabeth Parsons, second daugh- ter'of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Parsons, of Lcthbridge, Alia. The ceremony- was performed at St. Luke's Pro- Cathedral, by HcT. Hardy John- and as' the bridal party came from the church they were greeted by a number ol Sgt, Little's fellow sol- diers of the 3rd Contingent, 'who de- tached the horses from the carriage, and themselves drew it aroun'd the city, they conducted the newly married couple 'to the armory, wkcru I they were made the recipients of ;m !expression of the. esteem in which they arc .held, the reception being af- terwards held afc the residence of the bridegroom's Ste 'Marie Star. The b. T. U. will meet With Mrs. (Rev.) Bryan, St. An- drew's manse, Friday afternoon. All members arii urged to he present. The G. P. Club frill meet with Mrs, C. 10th-street'South, .formation. Frank Hedley Co., 317 6th St. r tomorrow afternbcln. Carloads of Stock Being Brought "J- Back to South For the Summer Months With Southern Alberta ranges .greening iimlsi; sr.pwe. past couple oi ivueJis fiil .sunply of aioisiurc iii Jiuntlreds of'head of cattte' owned in this "r are.being t Mr acovpting these duties ttiS iaiic.rc ui inc iiiciiiuor to properly su- pervise the expenditures he bad made to the last dollar had been far Irom satisfactory-. The government, the prime minister announced, was now engaged upon a proposition for the purchase oi supplies in- the 'future, and to assist the British; government. "Afi soon as parliament he said, "we propose to take up the St Norh; Compani, Board to Talk Daylight Bill question of the purchase of supplies asjnst If you arc interested in the' day? light saving proposal either "fur or Wesley Ladics'-Aid will hold their annual meeting and election of oflic- The .Red Cross Drug ere on Wedneadayj April 2S.: The Intcrmediaie Christian Endea- vor'society of Si. Aiidrcvp's church will'resume their, meeting on Friday at 7 p. m. Sir; Jl K, Oliver will ad- dress the meeting. Every member of this .society is attend. On Saturday afternoon from three until six the of Cyprian's church are holding a sale of fancy work, dainty tea, and worfc aprons, doilies, linens, babies' up your best etc., ulso cook-. sjl shall one or three men. best business men in Canada, without regard to any consideration that of exceptional ability and and aueud the regular Tuesday ei'ening next. The' matter ivill then be discussed pro and con. of tin; integrity and we" shall confide to At the Board .ol Trade council lunch- Un Dlenti- them the controPof all purchases un- toflajr tbe matter was j-rought u, M (lcr the hundred million dollar vote. "P, Vice-Presidenfc Brymner stating the soil, Vt reajjze thflt the country has done that the Women's Civic Club is by its duty in men "and toads." Parlia- strongly behind the movement. Some meat" hai done duty., -ft-, remaina opinions lor and against were c.v- for the government to do by Prwsad so the municipal committee, wine and economical expenditures go Chairman F. W. Downer, ft.is in-, tliat ,not one single dollar shall be skucted to prepare a ra-Mriv t Lc _ All those who have donation! l_y rae.tinS ol. the Board of Trad, on 3rd to Burns' meat market, 3rd Ave.r any time after one o'clock on Satnr dav nexu. Aflfirnoon and ice cream will be served. snipped back from Infi north, where th'er vvtatercd, to .the home ranges. .the past week. 80 carloads of bridge yards for the south country.- jtosfr-.ol -these belonged to P. Bums Co., ia'u..were bound .lor their big range it Hilk River, 85 oars having that the minister had again -bceu shipped through Irom Ualniir -resorted to the .old "Tu Cuoque" ar- 'Cpchrane, Cayloy and Mi-Unporc to gument in stating tnat the opposition that point: Gordon, Ironsides and Then in power had blocked investi- Farcs shipped 15 cars of' calves irom gallon That had'never been dote. Qadsijy to- Cardston, where they The prime minister had stated "that .wiil.be the BlooiJ '.all contracts tinder the (Iftv million these animals, it is underr appropriation'had been thoroughly in- "itffi; have, been snipped rmo'i (torn .was .not m accord- 'the nor Hi free, by tlie p. R. under ance facts. Only a limited num- flic asrocment. made last tail to. snip tho purchnses had been con- ;iccii into" the south at a reduced rate nidwed 'at. all- The committee as a p'r ship-cattle out at the full rate, matter of only scratched the .laturuiiig thepi Ires the sprrng. aurlao. Sir Wilfrid Speaks j meeting that r j general had answered Sit Wilfrid followed. He was sorry regarding war staiips, by 'a wire that be was writing fuller detail. hoaid tta TDa war to made the UTENSILS hoard would cpnsid- ippfication to have River changed to Lothbridge riyer at their .next meet- ing on May 5: lleantime.-thb matter is iu abeyance, and it is still the Belly River.. The question WOMAN SICK WanU Other Women to Know How She FihaJly Restored to Health. Hammond, OnV I tn through the Chknee of Life ud for two yearj hid hot flushes very bad, head- aches, foreneaa in the back of constipated, and hid weak, nervous feel- Ings. The doctor who attended mt for a numbw of yean did not htlp hut I have been entirely' relieved of thi above lymptomi by.Ljrdia E. Pinkhm'i Vegetable Compound, Blood Pnri'ner