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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19.14 f H JS L E If H B RIDGE DAILY HERA-LP' PAKE FTTB SHELTERS CONNECTEDlTH TKKNCH'ES 'i teat che sun J-La French bettc, to oc built durlng .h, of the Alshi- The Pieluro shovvs a rest place connected.with the trendies which Is shell WAR OF. PURE- mm-ri George in a Recent Speech) lout, and tho Pacifist party won the are frt this war from motives most conspicuous triumph ever aohiev- to defend the weak, ed In any country against the moat fc" antn111T1QUnn wl1IO.ll Britain is nqi responsihlo for this war.- Thank God for that! Who is responsible? Not Prance. There Had been election In Prance just a few months before this war broke government shared to. the full abhorrence. ..jt France, and not Russia. Why it is the essential part of the German case that Russia would not be. ready I'or war for three years. That Is their boast. That is wiiy they attacked uot c..... her. Well, then, Ilussia would powerful political combination which pr0voke war. You read and read ag- had ever federated against It. The tno dispatches of our Ambosaa.' government of Franco was essential', y idor at Vienna. The quarrel was oa- a Pacifist government. The French i tensibiy between Austria and Russia. E- I London's Beauty: Writers Weekly Selections, from Noted Beauty Experts Writing for the English Press. Simple and Effectios Methods. By OLGA AMeoaiJ., Special Correspondent, London, Ens'. Encli week In this department I will br careful to People's Forum must sdvllmt there are very SSi nearly the skin and do not give rclipf Powdered phemi difrereht. It acts in a wonderful man- ner and is deEignetl not only to im- mediately -.remove the ugly hairs, but also to permanently, destroy the roots. It nee'd only be mixed into a paste with applied directly to the hair growth, and then removed in two or three niinutcs. Ciirli Hair. To Stay Curled. To curl the hair to stay curled, noth- ing eguals plain liquid silmerine. If a llltlo 'be applied to the hair with a clean tooth bru.h, before retiring the a blra ot prey, loveliest; wavy .effect imaginable is in ffl the hysterics? :n -'I... MnmlnfT infl frhis will people abhorred tile idea of war, Edward labored anxiously for man I could have worked harder than he :S did for PQSCG, acd if there is ;Kood- shed there is not a stain of .blood on Sir Edward Edward Orel- suggested a European conference to discuss these matters. Germany raid, "Don't you think it would bo better for Austria, and Russia to Skik the matter over amongst themselves. Wo only suggest the best way of settHr.s! tills dispute.' Sir Edward Grey said, 'Yes, that seems a very sensible-idea.' Russia and Austria met. -They actually discussing matters amongst .themselves and Betting on admirably, ciiupint rroiu mo ujnuun r jo admirably that "informed on tin latest ani at Xautr: ,j aBj 8he declared war eiparts. Owtaj the peralaMnt .demand Lanitn newg- although the dispute waBrQSten- pipera anfl periodicals are mueh .p.M between Russia, and Austfia-It sssKriSS's Pretty Eyebrows and Lashe.. clean tooUl brush, before retiring, the i. Nothing makes in a person's; appearance. and .fortunately it is easy to ;hclp Nature in this par' ticular. "Ordinary mennalino is quite extraordinary-' in its power to increase growth, silkiness and beauty of eye- brows aiii las'lies. Rub a little of tho mcnnaliue daily into the eyebrows witli linger tip and apply to lash roots wilh thumb and forefinger. Powder Harmful To Dry Skin. The possessor of .a dry skin should noror use face powder. Powders not only cause, dryness themselves, hut many contain'irritants which scratch the skin "and nid in forming wrinkles. It is far-better to use a simple lotion made by dissolving an ounce of ordin- ary cleminite" 'in four taihlespoonfuls of cold This is really bene- ficial for the skin and imparts a soft, nea'ch-liki -bloom that is most capti- vating. It lasts a long time and-its cannot, be detected, even under the bright-light .of the ball room. Removing Face Fuzz. Many .women know how to remove superfluous hairpin a way, but to uan- isii It'completelyi Is quite another matter. As regards depilatories, I back, we 'iian. see :an l- r. "Be'sium! i. The, vulture i had. (been hanging over Belgium'-for know that now. :Btit she made a evidence, in the morning, and this will lost from according to the weather.; This metBod is no to be compared. 'by m. ota hot-iron you WUBl ing the hair ifrjs really-beneficial. tnat it. will .not be long '.before couple the liquid will last 8weeps.down and some noor K-sipiess can 'curl the hair in creature wll! be .in its ,MJ and the effect will be one of-ierfect naturalness. A Color-Preserving shampoo. Golden hair.requires the most MHUW ..uw. uuy ful 'brushing! and cleansing, and a so- mistake. It high'that .even iulion of .purejstallax makes, a good the .most discerning shampoo for it. 'This will-preserve: have made a mistake. It thought it tho color, bViiliancy and softness of was pouncing .for a fell on the hair better than-anything (Applause.) -It The stailax 'granules are 'to be prefer-, bleeding and sore ever since: -We red As an 'original package of how, what it would.'have been will do for twenty-five or..thirty sham-.malevolent to suspect poos it is an economical method in counsellors of Germany whilst, profess.- the long- run. A teaspoonful; of the ing peace, whilst preienams sranulcs sho'-i-' in a cup In blood, with malice afore- to SCHOOL MATTERS IN GENERAL .Deccmtcr 18, 191-1. Editor Herald The time has now arrived when the ratspaycrs have the responsibility of electing three new trustees ior the School Board, and as I have to share that responsibil- shall be glad ii you will allow me to insert this letter in the Her- ald to express my visw-s before the ratepayers ;r. md the candi- dates in particular as there seems to me to be vast room lor improve- ment in the administration o! tho education of .our children and thi economics of the trustees. The-chief complaint- that I have tn make has reference to the way the boys have been handled at the Manual Training-Centre, particularly with reference to carpentering. In tills depattir.enji.Jill the boys can show for this study is such simple little things .as tie racks, whisk and- knife, etc., in fact, nothing but a bunch toys- 'made out oi a iew pieces oi-wpoil, hailed together with--'1: shoe rivets, and smoothed up with sandpaper. Ii these toys in (tuestidiPw'ere properly con- showing some ptactica iorra of construction, it would he-in- striictive-; as if is, 'they give ah en- tirely wrcng impression; and' all I can "say in their, .favor is that. .tho samples of put by the boys under .Mr. Bailey's 'tuition are splendid -examples of how work shoult] done. i have both -written and- seen Mr. Hamilton about this matter and his .explanation is that they have to aiiopt this (slipshod) method to make it interesting for- the boys, and thai it helps' them .use their fingers He also suggested that .1 sho'tild go and see Mr. liailcy ant talk the matter'oVer with.him, perhajis he might -benefit by same, but it is not up'to me to give ip- struction to an instructor who is paid to know. Jlind you, I do not say j treachery against-humanity, is-to-pass- "lenged by tbe "the then let us adniit that civiiiza-. _ _ uun is a failure, that the.sceptre''0t sation which, is a.sure sign of healthy i rlgnt js broiren, and that force-rbrute rp" verv few the hair to -grow is -within the raacn I ly all trritau everybody. It from satiafactdry Wllns out, -.dears the of itnnl in finite druff, and leave a, clean tingling linol is quite Here is a 1-o-n-g confection to roll with keen delight! newest chewing gum i-a-s-t-i-n-g, luscious under your tongue The DOUBLE 'strength Peppermint lots. of Pep! DOUBLE wrapped and SEALED to keep; it always fresh and full-flavored. It's a twin of the famous and popular Made by the same Company at 7 Scott St., Toronto If you like the spicy flavor of fresh mint leaves, take If. you like double strength Peppermint, Use either, or both, for 1-o-n-g- 1-a-s-t-i-n-g delight. A Package a Day Keeps the Blues Away! ci fies him until we can afford a super- were fired nt of 'them strlk-1 early today. Peter Whiceduck, the fcndenfand! lintfl rtteinsVs dfr- him in the Be continu'ed. to other Indian concerned m in saying that snfo in coiin. Mr. Hamilton would not have liecn qiScaiSr V ot trustees superiutendency. .The best that the trustees can do for IVIr. Hamilton is 1 to itiake him principal, oi one of'.the .schools ior which ciuali- action. .Get ounce of, boranium and-, mil it with the natior one-fourth pint of 'rum- adding sufficient' water to make-one-half a pint. This quantity will'last you sev- eral weeks, Is the same time both effective, and, .economical.. one once more HEAVY SNOWFALL AT TABER Taber, Alta., Dec; the throes of a bad has been snowing practically without FLEXION. CLEANSER. ALL 'DRUG- Blue Ribbon Coffee and Always aik 'or Blue Ribbon Coffee ind Baking Powder. Like all Blue Ribbon pure food products .they are of the hlghett quality and are sold guaranteed to give every satisfaction or if. otherwise the purchsse price will be refunded. time. The fire department received .a short caii this 'week-end to the house of Councillor A. Qwing to tho snow the going was very but they succeeded in reachingVrit without much accruing .tp, the building. MAJOR A. HAMILTON Moutr.oal millionaire who ctjuippcd the Princess Patricia regiment and ac- companied It io the uattlefiont as second 111 command. The Best Reason TXftiy You Should Drinll Is. Because You Will Like It. iiad he been; an outside man. Another old tinier, Mr. Fleetvvooil, I: think Harry he fully qualified'-for the position he do.not.t-liink that under pres- ent circumstances 'ho is entitled to the salary he-is receiving, and to justify the same his. duties should in- clude--, those of -Truant Officer, or else have 'his.-.salary reduced ami as to Mr. .Jennings, so-called Building In-1 spcctpr, I think .that.there should ,be a considerable saving in this depart- ment. Aniongst other thines that I should I like to. mention is that of corporal punishment which should te re- I in .esceptippal cases, in- I stead of being the recqgnized form of i punishment for nil faults, however j so with reference i to our girls. In conclusion, Mr. Editor, I should Hike to state that 1 no ill-feel- ing towards any .of the trustees or Eciiool, oiliciala, but have written this Metier-solely iii Hie .interest o! the iiatcpaurs "and the education of our i children and hope that the candi- i dates according to Monday even- mg'i paper are considerably numer- i ou-5 in seeKin? w ill come out end stats plainl) what then plat-1 jform is, cither in the press or to the public ThaiUmg vou ior this inser- tion, I UK to remain, Yours truly, William Henry Holt. INBIAN MURDERED OF JAIL TURNKEY SHOT Pembroke, Ont., Dec. Jocko, one of the Incilan slayers of Turnkey Robtrt Coiford in the jail here a week ago, .yesterday paid wttn his life the penalty of his crime. Jocko.' woa .gu'rrpiiniled. by a posse in the home of a lialfbreed named Chalbut, about 20 nnlei from the Gold- en Lake reserve The Indian left the house in tho and endeai to escape He was called on to halt, but continued to run'. Several Sencior Five Roses Cook ;