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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1913 THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD 1'AGE SEVEN To Improve Pretty Hair and Beautify Ugly Hair Harmony Hair BeaullBer, a delljht- lul hair dressing. Is Juat what It Is hair beautlfier. No mat- ter how pretty your hair now Is, It can be mid a to look even Better Djr ustnf. Jlarniouy Hair Buautifler. To those who mourn beciuie the hair Is stringy, dull, lustreless and tomely, Hair BvauilOw will prove a real los ar.d pleasure.' It seems to polish and burnish the hair, making It glossy tilky-sofl auil more easy In put up In Brjceful, wavy 'folds "that "stay put." It overcomes tho oily smell of the hair wltb a ualutv, true-rose fragrance, very pleasing to ilie user and tliose around.' Very easy lo sprinkle n little on your hair eacii lime before brusWng IL It contains no oil, and will not chanse the color ol tlio hair, nor darken gray hair. To keep hair and scalp dandruff- free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This puro liquid shampoo gives an In- stantaneous rich lather that Immed- iately iwnetrates to every rart nt nalr and scalp, Insuring "Mick. iljoroasti cleansing. Washed off Just as itulck- lj-, the entire operation lakes only a few moments. Contains nothing that can harm the hair; leaves no harsh- ness or a sweet, clean- liness. Both preparations come In odd-suap- eil very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler tops. Hair Bcau- llflcr Jl.OO. Harmony Shampoo, 50c. liotli guarantees to yon In every way, or your money hack. Sold In this community only at our ston The Resall or the more than leading drug stores of the, ilnlteJ Slates, Canada, and Great which opn the. big Harmon) laboratories, Toronto, where the cele hrated Harmony Perfumes and Toll et Preparations made. J. D. Hlsinbotham t- Co.. Ltd., gists, Lelhbridge's Last Aldermanic Council Passes Out ot Existence FAREWELL WORDS Mountain tounviiien HEAL ESTATE ARRESTED DEALER IN TORONTO COMING. "THE BATTLE OP WATERLOO" BIJOU Jderraen Express Themselves as Having Enjoyed Service in the City Council Toronto, are out for the jrrert ol R. W. Hawk, of Hawk, Limited, big real estate dsilerc charged vrltri defraying certain real estate .In- vestors out of conllderable of rv.oney. Hawk l> out of town, and has made an aMlgnment of Ms business to G. T. Clarkson. One woman II was skidoo for certain with the ;ood-bye aldermanlc council of the yesterday, when, without pre- mediutjou, they passed total ot 23 mytSoui, Xow it can be dubbed the "skidoo" council, even If. 1C has been' called other pet names during the ;-car. Tho most important business o! the. -eeting was the-saying- o! the fond and the speeulas of com- missioners-elect on thiir with, tlie good of the', retiring aldermen ssm ACRE SITE ,Vlew. Uec. 13. The. Muunlaiu Vieu- c. Stl; to Oiouie lormuers for the town council. The six candi- dates who were chosen and who are riow up are as follows: llen- Hurdeu West, Joseph Gold, ta. J. Tolley, A. O. llecdersoy, and K. M. '''lie clfclior. will tale place next. Monday. V- -JFUiillw's stuie vie into- Monday night, nrc. 8th. A hole large enough lor a child's hand to go 'h'rqugh was" bored just about the locV.i Evidently the culprit was ioV aware that another lock lur- b'er- down tbe, door. N'ot being atyle o ge.t In'tbe'.door, theibrace holding he, shutters Vas prkd ofl and tb> wind'oV lowered' from tlie top- The ock was then'pried on and tee shut- ers replaced Vith nails .With the door .open, the' culprit proceeded to ake all-fee wanted. Tte goods ig were' two Ehfep-lined coats, llovei; shoes and groceries. The loss G estimated at not less thao two lundred'dollars- No clue, so far, hw of the thief. 1.Thursday- morning abo'Jt 9.30 Mayor Hardie did the honors for the commlEiIoners. AU. Alrd ttarted.Uia tall a-rollinj. After having disposed of the' routine- business, iti. Aird rose and said: "Aa One of the Prospects Ahead in Bow Town is Much Elated EliPMESMlPf HUGE IRRIGATION WORKS WJLL i RESTORE PROSPERITY OF V FORMER GRANARY, London, Dec. first step In tlie'worn ot restoring the prosperity i of Mesopotamia, once the granary of the world, oy means ol Irrigation, 'described Sn j Constaa tlnopSe patch to the London Dally Mall. Sir Wilcocki, who designed the i works for the -Turkish government, i often asserted that the garden ui ,-Etien .once floiiriilnd In the district between Uabylon and Bagdad. Tiie formal opening' ot the Euphra- tes barrage take's place on iTiday. lllridla, this Is the last regular meeting of the latl ot llie city I wish to expresi.the'pieature It bos given me to serve for two years on the council under two mayors.' I may sir that I haven't altogether approv- ed of the adoption of commission form of but since It is the will ot the willing to do all In my power to help make H a to gjve'cBe co'remlaslon- ers the benefit of my munlclp.-il ex- perience my time I may be called up- on." Aid. Covering: V "I entered the coun- cil the first o( the year. Much of the work I have enjoyed; some of It I have not enjoyed.. And I wish to state what 1 have stated before, that there are worse-men" In LethbrUgo lhah Mayor Hardte. 'Although I ran against him, I didn't'particularly want received a few more first choice votes. .sow that. It Is over. I can sincerely say-that I '.wish Mayor Har- die and his two co-partners on the IflU commission the greatest success, anil unUefnrlth them in working for k tetUr, brighter, .more prosperous Aid. "I don't see that there Is much that I can' add lo what has already been.said, j have enjoy- THE steair.er launched Mtly hy the Northern Xavlfsulloi; Conn any. Siie (s in tet leaf, coet over half a million dollars, and Is said to be the largfcet and linesl passenger boat ever built In Canada for inland lake, service. Mr. and Mrs. Ira S. Hartley and little son are fiere, Iron: tbeir ranch ten miles east ol Coutts, to spend the holiSays with tV.eir relatives. Friday evening, Dec. 12, the "True Blue Olrls" entertained the Moun- tain View; people in an excellent man- SAD DEATH AT PINCHER CREEK ner by. presenting the farce "The'sad death occured in church, the MclhodHt congregation visited the PresbyterEan churcb on SuuJay evening, ar.d had tlie pltaiure ol lislrtting. to a eloquent srr- laon by the Uev. lllllis Wrijht. Miss liatlie Marcrlltis, who lias been visiting her-cousin in Calgary, PIncher Cretlr, fltf. Is. A very I last wceV. the Memorial Hiss Dougherty, rrtio has been the prairie fire brok'e o'jt two milesnortb Spinster's Convention." Sirs. A. 0. hospital on Sunday, Uec. 14th at fijguest of Mrs. M. H. lloberts, left William Young I a.m., when tlie life o! I.enora AgGFs.for her home in Winnipeg last of J. V. Jo: injyif aorth-east corner Henderson' and Mrs. Wi Jordan's field. A heavy wind assisted the girls with blowing to that in a very few mfnutet 6re had reached the Wat- their farce. After a dance vas held son hill-.- of the men bring in the motin'tatni 'for wood, the school p! at which til-had an enjoyable time. IA large were crowd was out. Young peo- hefe from Ueazer, Leavitt boys' rVitb the reinainir.g men Uoucdary Creek. out to'fight the fire. When it-went I Miss Mamie Webster Wt Saturday qver flw the Ueavltt rrieri morning. .fpr. Lethbridge, where she -The. Bow Island Retlew addition'to the'sasli and door factcjj: which' wo announced In o'Jr'Ifcst ns having been signed up. we now have lo record another success In oiir Industrial campaign. Full particulars we cannot as yet give, having been requested by Ihe new industrial con- cern to withhold them from-publlca- tlon for a'few days. Tils much, how- are at liberly to announce: A silo ot slity acres has been'ac- (liiircd and upon this''site" will lie erected one ot the biggest industries of ijs kind In U Is calculated that by the end of 1315 there will be nearly two hundred men employed. Over fifty liouses-wlil.be erected in the spring, the lowest coinputatlori means an Increase to oiir population of :150 people. For this new industry there will ho erected a large five itorey brick build- Ing, in addition to which jtliere wl" also be a number of smaller caine to figh't. 'A strip a mile wlde'expects..to. .spend aome time with and sivtn ;miles long was burned, irelatlycs.. Tjify got control' 61 the fire three I A daughter was born to Mr.. milr-i west ol.Lcavitt. Two Saiutday, Dec. 6th. ilaciis beioiiging to John West were Mother are doing nicc- lurijed. 'It was.only through :irjnj eftqrtl oi.the fighters that the] Representatives -from the homes "of'-Alfred mother and the r, }Uildings op Samue] .Their barrage', wnlch )a at 1 jobout 17 miles'north of-Bagdad, Is the first completes part of tie eiten- eive irrigation works undertaken by 'the.young Turk'government for the of Mesopotamia, the contract was entrusted in .February; 19Hi to Sir John Jackson. Thc.barrago consleti of masonry iers with' 36 openings fitted with '.eluices to.hold the water to the de- 'slreJ level." -There Is also a navlgn- jlion' lock for bargo trafflo. Further worka" still remain to com- the Bche'me of converting the Watson and his'packing'company, Lethbridge were in'ed. ranch house and '.Mountain View, Friday evening soli- On Earl were saved.'citing for packing plant shares. to thi Jones passed away.' Miss Jones was in lier 21st year, and had undergone an operation from which she did col rally. Her horr.e is in Sails Well, Cardiff. South Wales, k'nglar.d. Her friends here have cab- led her parents, and it is expected the funeral will take place on Wed- nesday- The entire communily is (saddened by Ihe call ol this young and life. David Furaerton suffered the loss of a valuable horse on Friday last. The horse was seized with a violent Delany attack of colic'to" which it succnmb- account ol the wpt paint, due he re-decora I ing ol the Methodist BRYAN FOR THE PRESIDENCYT Detroit, Dec. special from Walhlngtcn to the Detroit Niwa Suddenly the Bryin 1916 'presi- dential candidacy has reappeared here. Pocllbly It would nVore accurate to >ay it again UEked of, ac the fact that U never disappeared. The Bryanltes In Wuhmgton within the lut few (lays have gained new in their that the Nebrnt- kan vvjlj again be the standard bearer of democracy at the end of President WJIion'a present term. country into a. second Dpypt and re- etorlng the ancient granary to tlie [Empire. UPWARD MARCH OF BEEF PRICES Embargo on Cattle Uurged Now to Prevent Threatensd Famine ijla-wa, Dec. D. Slattery of Ottawa, who has Just returned from L'ororifo where he wag .a Judge at the t stock show, urges that, tho gov- IrnrQcnt should placd an embargo on II cattle weighing 'less than 1100 ounde, so as lo prevent a beef fani- Tlio country. Is gelnj seriously rained of Us beef cattle, be. tare, by lio American buyers coming over and uylng up all Iho yoiiog feeders.. Af. tr the Christmas demand has been iet he does not know whoro supplies bo got of the higher qualities of -ijf. Prices though-high now, are Ikciy to go sllll higher. ed' my work oh-the council and ap- preciate tie experiencB I have gained. 1 appreciate 'also' thei resuonslbHity Lelhbrldge, ba4 ubfleriaken in chang- ing our form.of -government, ana therefore unlta with my colleagues on the council In wishing them evcry'iuc- cess that comfniislon forni of govern- ment may live 'up to our expecta- lloni." T. tia'rdle: "Gentlemen, en be- half of myself and the men who.will be my colleagues ne.tt year, i "thank you for your words.-' 1 wish.to take this of saying a word In cur behalf.. There are a great many people wlio are expecllng a great deal from commission form of government. Some of them are expecting too much. I think much good will come ot it. You will agree'-wll'h mo that there has tocn a lack of business mctSo'ds under the aHermftnlc form of govern- ment. If tlio same. IE apparent under the new think criticism will be coming. But I would liko you to help me In pointing out tiial wo are falling heirs to aoms ills which, will be a't- trlbutablo to thls'and other past coun- cils, and In Ui'ese matters we will have to ask the forbearance of the cllliens." Aid. McNabb arrived at the meeting Just In lime to'bo present for the "I have served op sev- eral public lie "ar.rl can (ay'that 1 have derived A grcal deal of p'.eaaure" and satisfaction ou of .my year ba tho city council evei If wo didn't always ECO eye lo eye.; We hope In our next Issue to give fill! particulars' of this sether with suts allowing the nature of'tlie undertaking and the buildings that be We are alio Informed ing upon the' Introduction of tuis con' two otter (a'rge Industrial.rro- posltlpn's .will shortly be submitted to the psople of Bow r. Altogether, Bow island is evidently on the for a big Industrial boom. DUNCAN MAHSHALL; LOOKS FOR CATTLE Cuelph, Dw. Uuncjn Jlar- iahall, Minister of. Agriculture for -Al- berta, was a visitor at'tie Fair heve- and was. iuctdenUjty Ib'dk- ng after the interests 'of his -own de- partment He baa purchu'eeiJ a num. icr of suitable cattle, Shorthorn 'bulls and cows, to take back with lilm to Uie government fartns of that province. The Agricultural Department of the Alberta government Is devoting its efforts lo the 'propagation of dual Pur pose cattle nnd the Shorthorn: rraj possibly be made to qualify .well fo jiis purpose. H has beeti.the-custom cf Mr. Marshall on'previous'vista to take back picked slock to itrefigtlie'i the lirrQs of the west, but this Is th drat time since lait fall thai: he ha mado :piirchascB in Ontario.' Thl movement of trie best" cattle of'th provluco lo.Uie prairie provinces con firms tho conclusion cf leadlng'breet crs at tha Winter Fair that the foun ilatlon of new herds: the enlerpri Ing weBt may he'drawn chiefly from Onlarlo nml that thlg-entaiU the d mand for Increasing'eftortj on part of Ontario th Smooth How soon will your community marketing and enabling increased replace "the mud holes and ruts How soon will your roads, that the heart and soul out eve? horse uses them, be.made into a continuous r stretch or road that you and every- ,with a permanent good How soon will you stop filling the vating: Relievea i Stomach Ti-ouble A Prominent Advice "Eat good' foods ana plenty of them. etlng In many cases. Is almost crlm- 'al. Get back to normal. To do so irmncl hava the proper quantity of It (or brain physical Probably tliero la. thing tlie mailer with your stomach tept Tliat Is merely ar. ab- t-mal of acid In ttto-ito-. 'ch. Neutralize that add and your 'mael! iroulilo will enJ at Keg- it may mMti ulcers K not cariec- kho itoinach. Do riot falie patented idlcEnes or-popsln lablela for dyt la.r Simply a noulrellzer of .1. betldedly tfio beat neptrallzer ry dnigglsla.blsiirBteJ mag- ia. You can gel It'nl any ilrng for a few cents. Take a left- piiful In si qtiRiUr o How soon will you discover that permanent good roads increase The permanent good road is of vital importance to every com- munity because it has a direct land values and lessen the cost of influence for betterment on the. living by .lessening the cost of everyday life of' every person. i" Concrete Roads are Permanent are the good roads." They cost no more lo build than 'any other good road and their upkeep expense is practically nothing, which makes them the cheapest kind of roads. Concrete benefrt the farmer, the coniumCT, the the newspaper, the board of trade, the railroad, and raake for protptrky generally by increafing land values and production; bringing more trade; more oore enptoyrnenl greater They decrcate the cost of marketing; decrease taxation ia proportion (o juwkiption, arid all of faetors combine to decrease Ihe living. Every citizen owes rt to himwlf to investigate the of j j concrete roadi and learn how they wljl benefit him direcdy, ..This infonrutjon it free for the ajlting. .Write for ft lo-tlay to CONCRETE ROADS DEFARTliENT, Canada Cement Company Limited Montreal ;