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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APH1I, 25, 1911 THE DAILY HBItALD PAGE FIFTEEN Cut This Out Specialist's Recipe tor Catarr- hat Deafness anJ Head JT you know' souicosrc wlio is troub- '.ed with heaJ uolBW. or calurrlial cut out this formula and iand to tlitia. and you liavo betn tiieaus ol eavlus eoiuo vcor fiuf- frrers 'from total Hecent have proved con- tlusivcly that catarrbal doafuess. liead en-., were tiie direct cnuru ol disease, that svrayf, cte., merely .Ise with the cumiilnlnt. and seldom, it infir, effect a iH'nsauer.i cure, being PO, macli time and mont-y has A HISTORY OF 54 YEARS IN ALBERTA'S GREBT HINTERLAND-ALEXANDER McKENZIE'S LIFE BiteiLt of late by ;i uctcd in (icrfeciliig a pure, yet 1H1OXTC p remain 1 lK-rla, li latUudu uortti to effective tonic thai would quickly dis- pel all truces or the catirrlia! poison from thy TM X'ffcvllvo lire icrljjtEoa wliIdL way cvrntuilly form- i jl.ilod, and which has iln; lie-1 lief deafness v-Ill BOOH te extinct, is Rivca below to that anyone can treat tln-'insi-'ives In their cwi at little Secure from 1 Par- flili-t (Double worili. Take this bomoj nnd add lo pint of bdt water and i 02. m moist or gniiiuhttcd sitsar; Mtr milt I dissolved. Take "one tabicspeoutul lour times a day. Tin? first Ooso ends tlio distressing V.rud un'ses, head- .nche, dullness, cloudy thinking, ctt., v.-hSlf tbii hearing retains as 'the system Is invigorated by the tonic action of tlio Loss ol Biucl! mid mucus droiipmg Jn ibe liatfc of itbe .threat .firb other symptoms thut .r.lioiv the presence of eatamial poison. H ud a re, quick ly o rcrroni a by .tills ijvatrncnt. Nearly DO are direct- ly tlit-reroru tberc arc but fetv-ineoijle.whose hearing ran. .not honiu tieatniejiL "_. person, who Is wnhihVad noises, catanhal .deafness, in any-. form, nlv'c: ll'ites jircHcriptlcn" n'trial. The rp U; not fiI n'g' be U eiv 'Jmpbrtajit-TrJri. ordering Farm'in t ways' yon want Double il OL- 'can fop'-y.ou: if'uct, send 75c to 74 .St. Aiitpine Q., malio'R of it, AUvt, StlH i la (he Muter Uud of Al- from i ho parallel ot Arctic oceau, Letter Curs tliaa Lave been taken out durlflg the last -0 years. I do not believe that (us uuU: three or four generations will seo the ex- tinction ol fur-beariDK anliuals lu lac aorlh country." Alexander McKeijzie. pioneer voy- agtur, fur trailer, farnnr and ram-Let of tho Peace Jtiver Country, who was In Kduumton tho wcet ot 'March if, made this statement In tho I'ooins of the Industrial association oti March 12 discussing the fur Industry of Al- 'HA with J, MayraUi> president ol p organization. MuKenzio -who la 13 ycarj of of vlitch Lo lias passed In the ortheru came lo Ivdmoiilon to sit hEs K. Cornwall, Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots How to Remove Easily Hero's a.chance, .Viss Freckle-face tu try. a remedy Tor freckles with'the guarantee of a reliable dealer that 1 vill not, cost you n penny nnless it re- moves tliG fiecliles; while if it i give you a clear complexion the er 'get au ounce ,nt double strength fronTpny druggist ah' a fenr nj'pllcations should show yoi hew easy it Is to rid yourKelf of Uie homely freckles and got a beaufitu complexion. Karely is more than on ounce needed for the worst case. Be suro lo ask the druggist for the double strength othine as Hits is the prescription sold under .guarantee o money back If it fails to reniovi J, U.- Jligiubotbam Co Limited. Physicians Endorse Great Diabetes Remedy The greatest recommendation any remedy can Iiavo is an en- by lendinr; pnyslctans. its adoption by schools and colU-gea. SAXQL ANTID1ABETES Is endorsed by many of Winni- peg's leaning phypictans who net hesitate to recommend It to' Ihcir patients. Sannl Is now rc- coKnizfd us Ihe one remedy that will actually cure diabetes. H Li a conijiarnllvely new remedy, having heeu on Ihe market tsvo years, Ij-.Jt In (hat (Ime thous- ands of cases have been cured, and Urn treatment of diabetes Call at our oillro, phone or write lor full particulars. Sanol AnIEdlabctcs is sold by nil Sanol Miimiradwiiitf of Ciuisida. Ltd, 575 Main Street Winnipeg ORRINE FOR DRINK HABII1 So uniformly successful lias 0 niSB Iwcn In restorioE Iho vlcllms Iho "Urlnk Hahll" inlo sober ami us ful citizens, nnd so Is our co fldencc -fn Its cyrollve iiowcrs, tli r.-c w.inl lo llic fact Ihi rmnlN'R fa sold under this posltfl saarantoe. II, niter a trial, yo jet no bcncnt. j'our will I refunded. OIiniN'i: tests only (1.0 btw. Ask for Freo lloohtct. (Jioas Sidle, U.O., Ara-J t'.Mtt, Was In RiYtr in 1855 Frpta liwre Lo trjvdlod lo.Fort Atiiatafta district, and in tho winter of 1SC3 was to thu charge. Qf.Kort Kl. Johns, tha cost central jiolnt lf'Kenzid uati brother to Daniel McKenzie, vvho. on !mM lako Peace River country, biu tiaU ninile ;i re-appearance Salt river. So ?ale in Ire season did he stert wliU a boat laik-n ivitli supplies, iirovfsiuus juul a crew mcn- !lrad ,tlle fort tilrcc lUrc lie lllc to look c-ousinlo Iho lirapcror of Iho ul "n-c orlLwKl" Sir Gcorfjo 'Slnip'cn ana Uo il IEO: tiio- icnownea' U to procM.1. It- was'DiideV Sir 1S37, Uia'i tile lile Ion. tratHcona served HrBt winter "'S0 ?-'lllc clerk for-lliVHodsoiiVnay fod1UU.y. i 0[ tte to--------- a youth McKenzie was or- lianed Ly tlio'dc-lh of'his mollior nil tlio (IroKiiliie a', bis fatlic-r, llic I i tier lOElng his mo ,vWle o shoot the at Lacbine, a few from Montreal, The lioj; flken to Scotland "in charge of- ilev. leiauder w'us I tlitm ifrongly to riy rs. a grc-it booii lo me, I c.iu lell you, for about two ago, I Hid 'ip bed with vomiting and i terriiic paia at the baw of my stiitl. ntirly "drove me mid. Doctors it r-oul-V turn to infiaiiimaliori ff brain Inu I GOOD NEWS FROM QUEBEC Well Known Lady Rapidly Recovering! cureJ. T hire jjiinV-.l vciilv br-Tifvc 53. and 1' me from Bit; Jehhdj on the Great Slave '..Sljake, at thu eame time forwarding ha" lU-irl, tiien In to send back the J. A. CORR1VEAU, aad other an impure condition of the blood, "Fmt-. c-t'ves" is invaluable and infallible. iiOc. a fl trial siie. 2oc.' At all dealers orient tc-ceijil.of pries, by Frank Kardisty, liio (ivet kilteJ i u t tio If eft Re! tel i i on. It was de- thrco teams of and left for the other fort. .When..n-? got ns far as rort-nesoluiinii tLz: no jiicliet from Kac.- word "paclrot" the I and-in each mail wa? a report of each Ira tie r'a vi ork.) M cKen z Ic J'-in pro- cccdcti t0 now ctiled Fort Mrs. Beck's Fondest Hopes Hap. '_ piness and Baby. Upper Lfihave, N. 3., Caru, wish lo thank you for the benefit t received to trad i Smitlu and when he arrivcil there dis- covered there troders to lwx> of. their most'unfavor'abld conditions. On ihe for which they wero deallnctl. In cms ting IJaflin's Hay they sighted Ictherga hut encountered little drifting Ico in -the straits of Ilia bay. fVom tho day ol his arrival York factory .McKonzlesfarfed In (ho actual etvvtecfl of llutlpon's'llay comrinny nntl his career in -its scrvita hng been IjT'lcal'of tho: varied life- nnJ move- nicula of 'time advenltir trader. He Ii ad exceptional opport unities of becoming iicqnninlcil will llio nartlicrn his first winter being spent as. a clerk at -Norway house and nlso'as trader In charge 6 Cross Ixike, au outiiosl, hat been In cfiarne of Chief Factor Wll Sinclair, the man lo biilh cine for the wonderful lot of good it has done Mrs. ISRAEL BECK, JR., Upper Lahave, Lunenburg Co., N. S., Canada." The darkest days of husband and wife arc when they come lo look forward to a chilaiesg and bnely old age. Many a wife baa found herself inca- pable of motherhood owing to some de-. rangement of ,.the feminine' by the proper remedies. In manybomea once childless there arc now children because of the fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound makes jvomen normal. Jf you Imve (hf: slightest.douTit thai Tjjrclla K. Pihkhniu's b I c Com n A ivi 11 lielp y MI wrlro t o I jy cl f n li. i n k I lain fcl nc Co. (confidential) vicc. Your letter oiiencd, roail nnd answered by wnnianj and Iield In strict con fide uco. j Traverse lo Fort Hea. where he ar- and if possiljle as rhauy dogs as Held could get Foil ng home with -Ms wife from a'4oiiStliy Hard- day oE dei.artu-0 ojourh Hi Cariafia. TJio took Pa-> lhe >aiet and fatll-er of he tcok >fons men iigu Oil saiiine ship C.'ambra, ladf-n with grain and bound sr GbFEow." On tlie arrival of the essel, the was met by vho at'once took him to he was deliTcred Into the lianda t his aged and iiioits gramlniothcr. t n much cs re, tlto RI andmoth er ducat3il the youth at tlio Freo Church mbKc "school taught liy David inder tho the- apo3- le, Ilev. John' Kennedy, later tight Jlev. Jolui Kennedy. A-year after bia graEdmother's at Via 1S59, he received tho appoint nient into thu services of tho lay company, througU the Influence if Sir George Simpson, his uncle, and hmcan Finlayson, the latter being ouo of tlio directors and (or years :htef factor In. tue service, Tfihlng .leave of Dlttewall, JIcKen- zie- proceeded by wagonette to Inver- ness, accompanied by bis favorite, chums, and lie-re he remained for some lino visiting relatives and friends. He lien took tlio train for rampbellton, Yhere ho visited tlio Camerons. After bidflins the and his wire adieu, .McKcnilo started (or Abcr- leen aud then took and aftern'i stago to Slronner, wlicro Captain Kurd and his fleet of three vessels made their rendezvous. These ves- sels were sent by tho Hudson's 3ay company from for Irurlc, anil were, called "The Prince of ]ii charge of Captain Hurd; 'Prince In charge of Captain and a barquo masts in charge of Captain Blssetl, an Ame- rican. The day tho last-men- to sail 'two of. o conditions. 0 trip-across the coca n was nude nnfier. moat unfavorable cobdilnons.- On tbe 'Prince" of NVales'V ship, 'McKenzIo saiied, and "wuong tlie passengers was James Alexander, son of Dr. Ales. McKenzie, of lAUnburgli, and William Clark, iibw of Winnipeg. These men camo out to be clerks for tho company, 4G Crossing Atlantic Tho three vessels" sailed on July 1, ami nfter a stormy trip, ming- led ijr-cbid''valor..' Hie "Z'rltice Wnles'- Ihulaon Jlay on Aug- ust 15, and propped anchor In' a ftvc- fathom ,m11es out In the lay'in. front of York factory. On ar- riving there Iho uewcoinerE had many thing's to fioo and I cam. It might he 1 .bcro'.-that' In they, sighted undjialled only one chip, which was bound for .Scotland, and on tlio second day of'entering the Hud- ;oii sighted tho "1'rince and Iftrguo on the ioaalilo, midway -bclp-eeh Coals and Mans Held Island, mnklng for MOOEO factory Uie hu'. were driven bat-It the ere vices on Creat SJave! Lake, and haj only got hilf-way. Tliej packet, however, had been Btnt to lilg; on tho Etdo of Grout1 W, O. King to Hcach LaVe to IjrSjig Bishop liojpcn, tbe two men just Le-'ore 3elt. Statlcncd in Arctic Circle McKeazie afu-rward Fort nips on i a jornt-y of In June- He o'as dt-tai't-d to third! o? five boMa to I'ortago la and hU ipxl ap- I'oiQ'.iiitnt was to Goo-1 in lhe Arctic circle and in HOS fae ed tho MacKenzlo river In a small tnrk canoo and In Iho fame ywr as- teuded the Pocl river aud settled E'ort whlcfi was then cioVge of And row Fk-tt. I'ort rbeiBoa is at thy of the Kenzlo rivtr at ibi; Arctic oceati Shortly after his arrival at lijis poln ho siartnl out ivlth ir.iiers for a miles to Fort Simpson with the previous year's returns of the I'tel river auJ cf Uie Yukon. wad despatched to Fon Ctifiiewyan la 187S." Hf.d afu-r for a year bo was sent to Fort Diiiivegan, hut refilled la Ohipe'A'yan in the lug- fprlns.j Three jqais later he was sent 10 For.! remiintd 'there six I were ai liaille river Jie became, a v.-ns'transfcred 'and tjiis poitit for six (Other rejnova'.s followed until he re- tired .indYcttiod'on tho banks of the I'tafo "opposite Smoky jiver ar.d In close 'pro si rait j- of the old EUc of .ilie. by-Sir Alex- ander iit'Kenzip. four- years after he had discovered. _Uip MacKe'uzic river ftnd vhCFQbc and'lils men had winlcr- cd prior- to1 his arduous journey to the useful one. Ite lias at all limes been PacJtlO.-Qci-nn .In 1753, wliic'n a firm believer in the future of the Tvanl becaiDG a.nucleus around which country he now calls homo anil with hafl "formed-a-most prosperous seUle-j the passing of the evening of his life niene.i'n-tlie Peace Hlver district has seen the full realization of tending: up-Stream IS miles from the i dreams of "rails of steel. InOMQueb? of this piper, wfco lj tuffcriug ftoai Kidnty Trouble ot nitiim, should taVe advantage of ibe gcneroys ofler matle the National Drug Company, and irate them for A free sample of Gin The letter published] below li oalr one ol CIAUT tiiat has come to our ic praise of Gin Pills, and we feel sure that aoyone who T, rites for maple trill hive good reasons tolhaat ui for making the gCESEC, P.Q. J cecrivcd tha simple box of Gin Pills and have taken tliem. Thty hiTi done me so much good. just whatyousay in yoyrcircularthat.ther will do. I cau but congtatulatt myself tliat I for and I bought ___tt___s. at I liare made up my piud tliat 1 slull never be TTitliout tbeui until I am cured. I lljank jon mint times, for I hid never fouad a reiuedj lo do me ady goeJ until I tritd "Gin Madame MARIH M1VIU.E DUCnENe, Tlii.iofTcr is ripen to yon. Simply your tir.nic and address the National Drug Co, will mail a fcKenzie proved to the world In snioko stacks snd belled wheels in the farLIiest norUi.- Sved tho nest day, Iho trip having ieen accomplished In, 24 hours, and onlj- oaco before- the distance of 100 miles been covered in that time. When he arrived ho learned that the mail carriers had a I tempted to reach Take the Neal Cure for the Drink Habit Many goorl men arc continually fighting the tlriuh Jiflbit wilh all their power, h'.it find resolutions lo slop iTrinklng nrc not of much assTelnncc when Irresistible craving for alco hollc- stimulants comra on', II you nrc tllEcouraKCd with repeat- cd failures to absolute failure nlarlng you in Uie face, yon Flionlrl act at cncc. Come to tho Xeal InstUiilc In tlfree days the Xeal Treat- ment will remove the craving and no- cesaily for the use o! painful, hyrodennic injcc tions. Call, phono or write for full Infor- mation lo Uie Neal Institute. S20 13th Avo, Oalfjary. 1'hono W. -1A25, CATARRH OF THE Rclleiid la' 24 Hours 3 BeuGrt WEALTH OF HAIR Farjsian Ssge Make's Thin, Lifeless Hair Soft IJoaulifr.l hair, fluffy, lustrous, abund- ant and free from dandruff, is one of wo tna n' 5 g real e s t ch her tnaiti so ninny of the fair sex would lie most attractive but for tlieir streaked, thin aud lifeless hair go on thinking ibero is no remedy. Quietly put nrida such thoughts. Beau- tiful Is largely a matter of a little care attention. Parisian Sage rub- bed Inlo the scalp and applied to tbe hair will; a sponge or ivork wonders. Do it rfcujy (or a week, then occasionally, and you will be surprised and delighted with thu only the hair Ijecome abundant, soft, fluffy, radiant with life, but really doubly beautiful. Parisian Sage eupplifs hair and scalp needs. It surely removes dand- ruff with application and cleanses tho lialr of all dirt and excessive oil. It is not sticky or greasy, Is delicately perfumed, anil contains nothing to in- jure the hair or sfalp. All drug i tcilet counters sell it in fifty cent bot- tlus. Look for.tho trado Girl with1 the Auburn Hair." Delighted pronounce Parisian Sage tlio best, most pleasant and in- vigorating hair tonic mndc. Try ai least one bottle. Tlio money refund- DOES YUR STOMACH CONTAIN A OF 100 DYSPEPTICS HAVE DANGEROUS'AciD.JN ,-THEjR WHICH ..MUST BE NEUTRALIZED' JF 'V GOOD HEALTH- IS TO BE TAINEO. If ycu hold a teaspoonfnl of. Jiydro- chloric acid fn your month for. only a Eoconil you would not be surjjrjstd at its burning and Inllamjne all (lie Ms- sues; yet an eminent sY'cciaHsl stales that 90 out of nba-jt with a glassful or more of this rower- In tliclr stomachs, nnd then wonder what caiiocs burning and aching and why they snffer-.the discom- fort after meals. To rut'wholesome inlo'an -acid stomach only Ue very sure that you cannot Jive without her before you ask her to share your life. Bear in rniud Dial a man is either made or married bj his marriage. WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT Man Weds From Choice; He's Not Lured to the Altar Why does a man coanf? For majiy different but lest and all tbe bee: iio wants to. Litlle faith is to bo placed in piteous tales that are told describing] inan as a victim led'to the altar. Ho may marry because he wants a girl's love, or her money, or bt- he wants a wife; but you can always be mighty sure that he wants something. He Is no sacrificed lamfj. Sometimes a mnn mnfces a desper- ate love to p.irl when he has no serious intentions. Jf such a man caught in ILLS own net U serves1 him right Tho average man marries for the simple reason that he lias fallen in love That IL is love alone which prompts IIER wooing Is fully proven by some of tho ill-mated couples we If an young fellow falls in love with nn empty lifcflded doll of a girl, noihlng on earth can smde Jiicn of the fooliPhnesa of his choice. He :nust marry hf-r and. find out from perecaal experience that aho is not the wife for him. Life Net all Courtship There is no sadder sight In> A Advice tnriia making a'lot more acid. The'acja Condition.crises foorl fermon- distends and in- tender.stomach fining, Rad It Is ndfsurpfisthg that'speclallsts say nfld stoniadis are dangerous. Tills de- cidedly dangerous and tmcomforlnble cor.rlllion can bp. either by a strkl-dtet'or, and IMs Is far easier and more quickly effective, by taking a. tca'SiiOonful of biauraled magnesia In n.quarter glassful of wa- ter meals lo neulraliz.0 tlie acid- fly. Tlip. Inller <5otirge is mucli more taUefacioiy. bocanso It corrects the acidity and banishes discomfort with- out any need for world Uian tlial of two mismated young people starling out on "life's journey .together. Tlio man be s. splendid fellow 1C nmrrieJ to some woman vrho understood and knew how to bring out Jils best qualities. Tho woman -might be a splendid woman it uiarried lo some man who OUt lhc lert h" ''Indigestion and practically all forms of Btomaeh arc, nina times out of ten, due to acidity; fore stomach sufferers should, when- ever possible, avoid eating food that ]'s acid in HE nature, or which by ehc-mlcal action iu tho stomach' de- velops acidity. Unfortunately such a rule eliminates most foods which are pleasant to the taste as well as those 'which arc rich in blood, fleah and nerve building; properties. This Is the reason why dyspeptics and sto- mach sufiererB are usually ED thin, emaciated and. lacking In that vital energy which can only corae from a. well fed body. the honeflt of those sufferers who liaro been oblig- ed to exclude from their diet all star- chy; sweet or fatty food, and arc fry- ing to keep up a miserable existence oii gluten products I would suggest that you should try meal of any food or foods which you may like, in moderate taking immediately afterwards a teaspooniul of biaurated magnesia in a little hot or cold "ivater, Thts will-neutralize any- acid Tvhich may be present or which may be form- ed "and instead of the feeling of uneasiness and fullness, yon will find that your food agrees with, you perfectly. DTsurated magnesia is (he best food corrective and antacid knovrn. It has EO direct ac- tion on the stomticb. but by neutraliz- ing tUe acidity of the food contents, and thus removing the source of Uie aci'l irritation which inflames the de- licate il does mora than could'possibly be .done by any .drug or medicine As a physician I (believe in the use of medicine when-. ever necfipsary, hut I must admit that T cannot Re tlie sense of dosing an tn- flamed and irritated etonuch drugs instead of getting rid of tho cause of all the trouble. Get a little blaurated magnesia from your druggist, eat vrliat you want at your meal, take somo ot the blaurntcd magnesia as directed abore, and sea if I'm not right." advt. 'ORANGE LILY SAVED MY LIFE" ThpM weird s or h-if- Ir.p the Mine meaning art In h'jntlroJs c( ihe 1 have re- celvc-d during thp past year. Many vrrrp from -Bremen who had hgonks front fall Ins of womb: ottitri irom women who ilanf- eroua ' opera I tons, aft tTimorj nrj had bten remov- eel Ijy ihe aclfon of J.nyj nn-3 7.Iio FuTi'cred from tupprcsae.l rhota. paEnfnl pcricKlg, Kor ail ftn.l thj olhor troubles known Sn'e OMTRO I.lly furnlihca positive wfenliJk. nftYcr-faltTr.g curt. Ii fi direct to (ho fnWrrirg onfl Its (.1 ftnd bftifflclat. a trial Rctir-illy ptovts Hg mtrlt. I hereby olTcr lo Tree, a box rih byincif.nt lor tro.itnicm, lo fufTftlnfr wornan niii Uo (or il. Lncitr-io 3 sUmpj, MRS. FRANCES C. C'JRRAK, Wlr.itor, Ont. For Bale Leading Druggist Apart they might amount to some- thing; together they are a miserable failure. Sucli domestic tragedies are usual- ly the result of brief acquaintance and courtship. When a man Is about to marry he abcnM look for a male aa irell as a wife. Congen- iality Is tho foundation of a Comb Sage Tea in Lifeless, Gray Hair marriage. Life Es not all honeymoon, you happy know, Ehlp young pecpe. The Btcrn realities of life must bo and accepted. If you can walk down the years of lime as staunch, true Ions as tvcll ns married sweethearts then you arc indeed well mated, Chocs- Good Wife and Molhtr A stalwart, athletic Adonis may make a very captivating lover, hut find out if Ills heart and brain are as well developed na his body beforo you givn heart inlo llttlo raaldeii. Don't lake (iie most Important step of your llfo witti yonr pretty eyes blinded by Infatuation. ft makes no difference IIOTV hand' some a man wbal you havo to think nbout Is bow good he Is. And no realtor why a man mart lea it is of Uio utrcoet Importance tlist be cliooso a girl who will lie a vise and good wife and mother. You may think a certain girl plain, but waif until you nee. her face, trans. figured BKil beautiful by loie. Most of you marry for love, but bo sure that your love Is well placed, lhat the Kirl and yourself are thoroufnty suit- ed to cadi other, Look Young) Common Garden Sage and Sulphur So Naturally Nobody can tell Grandmother kept her hair bf.iutlfully darkened, felossy and abundant with a of Sago Tea and Sulr-liur. When, ever her hair fell out or loolc on that dull, faded or streaked ap- pearance, this simple mixture ivaa applied wtlh wonderful ef- feel. By caking at any drug store for "Wyelh's Sage phur Hair llemedy'1 you will get a large bottlo of this old-Urnc re- clne.-ready to uie, for about 50 Tbls'slmple mixture can and beauty W'the halr'nni Is eplcndlrl for daqdr'uff dry, Ifchy and fr.lflng hair. well known gist. says Wyelh'a Sage and Sulphuri'be- cause it darkens so natiirnlly and ovenlv that nobody can tell It has been Bo.tssj to use, too. You simply, dimp- en a comb or. soft bruin 'and draw II through joat bnir, lot- liig one strand at a flmo. By niorning the hair dltup- pear.i; after another application or two, It is restored (o Its na- lural color and looks glosty, eoft And abundant. Sold-6y'.f. Hlfinlioihnm Co., ;