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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HEBALU THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914 Microbes in Your. Scalp aty.ttot a tnkroto telOam. H you are lining hair try our rwnwly at our risk. Genniny, uid Dr. StbouMud, tbo great French DermaiolofiUt, claim that a rsa- croBt bsJdnow, and their theory verified by eminent Thfi microbe destroys the hiir foiHclM, in tlmo causinc tho Milp potw to cloiift and the scalp to become ahiny. Then, it is believed notiiint will wvicve the growth. If treated below thia balduesa may be'Overcome. Wo know of nothing that hsa given satisfaction in v treating and hair as Rezall 'J'W'liair Tome. It has bwn de- eignod after long study to orcrcomo tno cause of falling hiu? as discovered by Prof. Unna. Dr. and other scalp and hair specialists, and Yrc believe ifc do more than nny- thiQg else can to remove dandruff and stop falling hair: nnd if any human agency can promote 3 new growth oi hair it will do that, too. We want you to raako us prova if, T7o will pay for a month's treatment of RciaU "93" Hair Tonio used dur- ing a trial, if you Trill use it ac- cording to directions, are not thoroughly satisfied. wo w2l do this, you surely should not hesitate io at least try iU Start tho treatment today. Yoia mere request will get your money- back if you want it. Two sues, oOo and Sl.OO. You can boy Rexall "93" Hair Tonio in this coracmnity only at our store: DEO CROSS '74ere us liecJI in Iirarly cverr torn aty In the (jailed States, and There ia a diaercnt Hezsll ittHjroj- for neciiy even- ordicary husifts ill each dwijrned for the particular ill The Rail] stores ere Amerto'i Orutat Dntz J. D. Hlginbotham fi. Co.. Limited. Tim following loiter has been re- ceived by Mrs' A. 13. Stafford, see-! rotary l! 0. li.. Alexander Gait Chapter from 11. Lucas 1'arkc, na-1 tiouol secretary, and'is of interest to j all interested in Kcd Cross wort j Toronto, December 3, 1914. j Dear have no doubt seen that the Canadian Relief Asso-; nations, organized by II. H, H. Duke oi Coauausht, combining Kt-d, Truss, St. John's Ambulance, St. i John's Ambulance Brigade with the j 1 Department of -Militia and Defence, i rcroaii-.ed the National Com-' oMYumi'n's Patriotic Service, 'compnspd of the Presidents nf all; nationally-crianl-Ti! societies, as the, ollicial channel through which field; i comforts -nay be sent to the Caim-l !dian Contingents at Salisbury ami i the front. Tli'.s committee, over which I lour National Goniiov-i ham, presides, is now busy preparing 1 a pamphlet with regard to this scueuie which will be mailed to i Chapter as soon as it is completed. For immediate information Seail; all parcels for Canadian Contingents j clearly marked "Field Comforts" to Mrs. Plumptre, National Service care of Hed Cross, 77 iKing street east. Toronto all esst i of Toronto to No. ICamphell Road., Halifax, S. Small parcels will be enclosed in the cases, but no parcels addressed to individuals or officers of i regiments will be accepted, as the. object of this committee is to provide a supply for the troops as a whole. j Comiorts for Indian i has been received from the Of-. jfics stating need oi comforts for In-j j dian troops i Sorts-Sizes IU tg 11. "Common Sense Advice by a Distin- jjuishsd Specialist. "Acict" stomachs tire dangerous be- j Woollen Size S. cause acid irritates and inflames the j Plain ilannel U yards long I by lo inches wide, "Knitted 2i yards delicate lining of the stomach, thus hindering and preventing- the proper action of the stomach, and leading to probablv nine-tenths of the cases of stomach trouble from which people Buffer. Ordinary medicines and me- dicinal treatments are useless in such cases, tor they leave tho source the trouble, the acid in the stomach, as'dangerous as The acid must be neutralized, and Its. formation pre- vented: and the best tiling for this purpos'e is a teaspoonful of bisuratsd magnesia, a simple in a Jittle warm or cold'water after, eating, which .'not only neutralizes. but also prevents the fermentation from which acidity is- developed. Kopds which ordinarily cause distress may be eaten impunity if the meal is followed with a 4ittle biaurafWi niasnesia. which can be obtained from any druggist, and should always -be kept :nandy. i' Advt. 12 inches wide. long by. Size 38 chest. Flannel Size 38 chest, 17 neck. Large colored handkerchiefs, Leather boot laces. Sugar candv. Cakes of soap. Tobacco ttlack rolled. American tobacco. j In one-pound tins. i Chocolate In -J-lb. packages. Address all parcels "for Indian troops to }Jiss Muriel Bruce. Secretary oi Indian Committee, 37 Bleecker St., Toronto. Yours sincerely, H. Lucas Farke, National Secretary. HOLLAND BUYS NEW ZEALAND 1915 CROP Amsterdam, Dee. 10, London. The legislative Council has ratified the bill empowering the government to purchase the whole 6! the en- sulitg wheat crop cf New .Sotitir Wales at'-five'Shillings a .bushel. London, Dec. S, 5.30 of Annssley and his Lieut. disappears.! early last month alter starting on .an aeroplane ilight to the continent, have been kill- ed by Germans: Countess Amjesley.- j'was notified today that the men were via j shot on Nov. 5, .while flying over Ostend. Francis Annesley, sixth earl K Anncsley, was born in 1881. The an- cestral home of the. Annesley's at Castlewell and Donald lodge is in County Down, Ireland. The earl had no children. Walter Berssford Annes- lejVa cousin, tvill succeed to the earl- dom. BLOCK L G. TEEPLE Phone 51 Christmas Supplies Withey's Condensed Mince Meat, 2 .packages for ......25c Apple Cider, just in, quart 20c Cooking' pouud cafces, each................25c pails ......45c Lard, 5 pound pails ......75c Baking Per 40c and 90c Ddmoico, 2 pound tin, each.'..................25c Molasses, Kitchen, 5 pound tin, each ___..............45c Equal is a pure food product and in the making of pudiiiagSi" etc.. It can be stigcfess fully used in place of eggs, Small tins, equal to ...25c Large size, eqya' to. 6 dozen eggs >.......'.50c .Ground Una, each ,45c Jellies; .Sharwood's in 1 lb. glasg jar, assorted flavors, price each SOc and ............'..35c- High.Class Chocolates in fan- cy boxes. These make nice Christmas gifts. Pricud from 2o.c to Assorted Cream very fine assortment. Special value for our Christmas trade at per made iu assorted flavors, re- gular 50c pound. Special per POUnd1 _ --Al 'Ki IBCrf 25cf 50c, Mince Mtatf bulk, lifgli grade qualltr, MflortmsDt, pu't' up l doz. per 75c( 90c Japanese Oranges Extra. per boi. Cape Cod. 2 pounds for 25c good winter vari- eties, at ner box And .Bananas, large ripe, doz..35c New Navel -Per dozen ....25c, 35c and 50o Lemons, per dozen .......25c Emperors. 2 pounds for ..............35c Table tancy pound .___35c Nuts, all new -Per Sheiled "Walnuts, pound...6Qc Shelled Almonds, pound..GOc 2 packages for ...25c imported Smyrnaa, new season, very fine iniit, Raisins; Sultanas, Golden, high grade, per pound .....15c Raisins, seeded, extra fine, IS ounce package, 2 for ......25o Raisins, seedless, 2 pkgs..25c or Lemon, nice and fresJu-fper pound ,.....25c aalces Herbs, all kinds, in- Cassife, Ground Ginger, Spice, JrVjuItn Dressing, Pepper, 3 tins for 25c AJmood........25e, 33f and 65z AH othJi- rApular 25c S tyt .1. 25o flour or Ground pounds for..... BENTLEY CO.; Limited, offer excep- tional values for the remaining thirteen days of Christmas Shopping. A >visit, to the Bentley Stores will solve the problem of Gift- Buying. AHow us to'offer'the following suggestions of Quality Goods at Bentley Prices Weajr-and Dry Goods Departments Women's Silk Waists An Acceptable Gift The Gift a Woman Appreciates Most elaborate and well selected stock to choose from, Medium and High Grade Pure. A serviceable sift, ai'iordiog lasting pleasure to the wearer. Look over Hie inspection in- Prices Grey Squirrel Set, -332 for-----. Western Sable Set. Baltic Seal Set. -S36 for....... Persian Paw Set.. -336 Kacoon Set, Civet Cat Set, for. Japanese Mint Set.. for. Black Bear Set, -S105.00 for. Women's Fnr Coats Muskrat Coat, Mink Marmot Coat, for Eat Lined Coat, Mink Collar veres, for Black Eussiah Pony Coat 385 Handkerchiefs THE EVER-POPULAR YUUETIDE SMALL PACKAGE THAT SPEAKS TOKEN OF REMEMBRANCE. Embroidered Handkerchiefs :pf fine Lawn, hemstitclied. Priced at loc.-yor 2 Fine Linen Lawn Handkerchiefs, scalloped edge witk eiribroidery 'design. Price 300 Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs of fine linen. Jacc edge. Price..... Fine Linen Handkerchiefs with lace edge. Prices at 60c and.........7jjC Flower Beads MANUFACTURED BY HAND IN THE FIRST ROSE BEAD FACTORY IN THE WORLD Made in the followiiig varieties, Orange Blossom, Po'ppy, Cawiation, Heliotrope and E'osc. Prices 62.50 and. Dry Goods What Shall I Give? The Christmas Solved at the Bentley Co. MAKE YOUR MONEY GO THE FARTHEST BY SHOPPING HERE. FOR HIM Men's Four-in-hand Ties iEen's Silk Mufflers at wholesale puces from 75c to Boxed Arm Bands and Suppoitei-, in dainty Christmas boxes 30G Men's Suspender Sets, composed of Suspenders, Arm Bands and Hose Supporters. Price....... 656 Fancy Arm' boxed 35C Men's Sweaters, a' to se- lect from, -Price to -S7.50 Fine Meesalines and Crepes, all the textures In dainty shades of Ocean Blue. Copenhagen, Olive, Pink, Tan, Pur- ple, Royal Navy, with hemstitched collars and cliffs, Lily collars and long or short sleeves. Prices to Imported Neckwear FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON Fine Luce Collars with inserted Vel- vet, elaborately embroidered in, fine silk. Price Keatly boxed Floral Jabots of small design in purple or orange velvet, loliaae 1'uie 40C Othei numbtis in oichid, lose, cainn- tion oi poinsctt.i Pnoe 95t and How About a Dainty Purse? Headed PiusC1- ol dainty patttin. Puccd at SI 75 to Newest Silk Underskirts of hue Qualm Taftcta, with a deep accoidian pleated flounce The aie all the shot effects Puce Why Not a Dainty Scarf? Chiffon and Net Scarfs for evening wear. A large'as- sortment cf beaded and flowar effects; numerous shades to choose from. Prices from to All Silk Girdles Of fine Taitcta, A aiding in width fiom 6 to 12 inches Puces H 50 to _Any Article Laid Aside Until Christmas upon receipt of small deposit Groceries Punch-and Judy Cosaques Priced at Cosaques Priced at Our-Darling Cosaques Priced at Clarnieo Jewel Cosaque; Priced at. 25c In The Grocery Department A Few Delicacies for 70c 75c The Boy Scout Cpsadues Priced at The Eileen Cosaques Prlrad at Cliristraas Revels' PricstVat Clarnieos Santa Eft rags at i .10 23 50c, and 9 I Our large assortment of Christmas Trees ;ate-now In going rapidly Priced from and up f- 75c Festive 'Board Tea Garden California Bottled Fruits regular 40c 16 ounce bottles Special IS ounce bottles, regular 45c Special 40c 24 ounce bottles, regular GOc 78 ounce .bottles, rcguki -Special lln the following varieties: Strawberry, Plum, Peach, Apricot, Chorries and Cranberry Sauce Glazod Fruits in all varieties Per pound Glared Ghurries in 1 pound per box i 70c 65c The Bentley Co. Limited ccratiou for her inibilitj to pii con- itb'e to RC( 550 000 in cash tractors who built Villa deposit: as hail for her. for her near Munich 'Mcatise at first Finally-Mr. Gaflnoy, following an lit: Oaffncy and then Mr. Gerard, tie- other heated demand from the eon- posited with, the Bavarian aMlhorities tractors for payment in full, con Q.OOO, which came from their frrrcd uith Amhassador Gera-' h poc-Ketb voIuntenM to advance the iddition Jlr is also in En.; a' to Miss 1'ottman T _ r. land now, uill ohtain from Lord j Londor Dee 0-Ho> Ucdaunhtet tp cairy hack to KfflFROMJl to the (inaaiin P infi- Raihvaj retuin il tot that ind the} married eel to Salisbury after one of tile most hastily made match s on recoiil Seven'weeks ago another Canadian soldier introduced him to.liis cousin, j i U Iglin refugee Berth i Vundcn Boach, tfho'Mvas hcilig cared for iii a I hostel attached t.o. the Consrcgatlomil of a Bz.t.sh peer ira baved iron a the" SaO.ilflO deposit 'SOLDIER WEDS BELGIAN GIRL lchuich at Ivuahead Bertlm aged 20, German prison through the efiorta of which Vjscqunt cannot Ambassador Gerard at to an enemy alien until the. war Berlin and 1 St John Oaflney, coo- otei I ACI aul general it> Munich, has been re The huildtrs riot a warrant out for! ycaled here through the return of the, Miss Portman't arrest for ncipay I Hon. Mary Isabel Portman In the ment of then hills She appealed to] of father, Mr (Who. who nm.npa.iM. her 10 voung terdi __.n liride'e'lilotlior-and.father are s'tranSed on the Contlnqiit, but hearty. i-ime Irom the girls uncle and aimt, also.Tiifugeeii frgm Belgium Tho Ijlfidegroom wore khaW, ajap 'did his wather, who Is .with him hoqeyinooa wavllmlted to oiio day The Mayoress of Canibernell alie id Portman the liolieesla'ion, where both re. I omlon V vouog Canadian uilvala I The lion Mary escaped meal iminnl (He until Mr 0 ifTnei I Victor Albert Bake., engine driver on overcome and on tho second mpetint ji to go t0 the home of after tile Introduced Hal or nronos hi ihllld'o (n Canada, to cd marriage He her twice more alt his return n ADI tbj ;