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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Dm-mlicr LETTTRKIDflK DAILY HE HALO THE BEST PLACE TO EAT Is Where you Ge( The Most of the Best for the Money This is (lie Place. HIT; liendqnarlers CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE Certain in results beca use purest in THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 Manager This City Will Get One ol Straw Paper Products Factories Tim FIRST GRAY HAIR SIGX OF AGE EASY WAY TO PRESERVE THE NATURAL COLOR OF THE HAIR AND MAKE IT GROW A harmless njmedy, -made from common gfirden sage, quickly re- stores gray jmij- to natural color. The care of the hair, to prtvont it from losing its color mid lustre, is just as important as to care for teeth to keep them .from discolor- Gaidary, Pec. the Alber- ta and Saskatchewan Straw 1'aper Products Companj1, Limited, will commence operations at its Medicine Hat plant in the spring, and that, following this, branch factories will he established at, Calgary, Lt-th-, bridge, lied Deer, and possibly Jaw, is the statement of Arthur Pat ton, .secretary-treasurer of the company, who was in Ca'gary yes- terday on his way to Medicine Hat. "The work on the factory building at Medicine Hat is now well under said Mr. Patton, "and we ex- pect to in a position to start up- i erations there early in the spring. Following this, steps will be taken 'PUSHING MARCH TO ALBANY IN to establish a branch factory fit Cal- COLD DRENCHING RAIN- and ollier_ branches will also ROSALIE CHEERFUL ASPIS IB WILL LAND FORCES AND SEEK TO TAKE THRONE IN AL- BANIA Palis, Dec. Ahmed r-'uaii, all uncle oi the Khodivfi oi j igypt, is preparing to ciilcr Altiaii-j a at thu head of troops and j o proclaim himself Prince ot Alban- j a, according to a corrcsiHm.k'iil oi the Temps. The plate oi origin oi bo established at Red Deer and IJ-.MI- despatch is not given. bridge, as ear'y as possible. Moose TllB correspondent stated that Jaw may also be one oi the sites j prince Ahmed, Fuad intends to dis- w v rn c'lose" hy at ivhicii to erabark at the Albanian port oi Av- bloplcport, N. V., Dec. a cold a Ulc ,iirectors hav-j Iolla or sorne neighboring point on sleady downpour 'of rain, "General' a site under consideration at coasti Rosalie Jones early today mustered that point at the present time." together lier small army of snff-rn-1 The new company, which will util- Prince Ahmed Fuad, v.'lio is of Al- banian' descent, reissntly exchanged ing. Why s'pouil money J gettes, and bcW a short conference on fee the straw of the. Albert.! wheat-' visits with Count Von licrchthohl, metics ;ind creams to improve tlio j the advisability ot inarching into Al- fields for tin1, making of building pap- U10 Austro-Hungarian foreicn minis- and yet neglect your hair, when gray ha-ir is 'oven mum conspicuous sind suggestive of age than wrinkles or a poor complex- ion? Of the two, it is easier to preserve the natural color and beauty of the hair than it is to have a good complexion. All that is necessary Is the occas- ional use of Wyeth's Sage and Sul- phur Hair Remedy, a preparation of common garden sage and tiuJ- phur combined with other valuable remedies for dry. linrsh, faded hair, dandruff, itching .scalp and falling hair. After a few applications of thra simple, harmless remedy, your hair will gradually he restored to its natural color, in ;L short time the dandruff will be removed and your hair will no longer come out but will start to grow as Nature in- funded it should. Don't neglect your hair, for it goes, further than anything else to make or mar your good looks. You ran buy this remedy at any drug store for fifty cents a bottle, and your druggist will glvn your money back if you are not satisfied after using. Purchase a bottle today. You will never regret it when you realize the difference it will mak'1 in your appearance1 J. D. Higiubotkuri ft Company. liany on Saturday, Instead of Tuesday er, boxes, and other materials, is al- ter in Vienna. He at that time next, as wan originally intended. This ready assured oi a good market for regarded as a serious candidate- ior new plan would necessitate two-forced its products, and, according to Mr. tjie throne ot Albania. Iraiail Kcm-i marches. j PaUon, will open a new source oi al licy, liie Albanian leader. when! Accordingly "General" Jones decid-i incomo for iarmcrs of Alberta, j asked' whether Prince 1'uad ed to start for Valalie today as soiled-1 "Straw which has formerly been Would be acceptable to the Albanians ji :nled and afler arriving there to de liy the ton in wholesale lash- j declared that the question of select- f tormine whether or not .to push on lo will now be marketed by the i ing Uie Ac_ I aehodak Centre for tonight's slop. farmers, he said, "and will lie turn- cided in accordance with the wisfcs 11 cd out of our mctoncs on the shape of the people after the formation !i of egg and fruit boxes and other a definite government. Prince Ahmed products. There is a good market in ,vas' iatcr reported to be on the west for the class of goods we the way to London-to conduct a per- manufacture, and British Colum-i solial campaign, bia, in its fruit industry, will sup- ply us witli orders enough _ to keep JURY FOUND THAT HE WAS CRUSHED IN HORRIBLE SHAPE any one oi our factories going for several months of the year." TORONTO LAWYER BEFORE BAR ASSOCIATION Toronto, Dec. the On- Coroner J. D. Higiubotham and ,1 jury held an inquest yesterday after- noon at Grassy Lake into the death THAT )s SUGGESTION OF NOTED of J. A. White, a trainman of ihe C.P.H., who was killed last Monday evening at Burdett by the backing up of ft freight train during switching. It seems that the deceased, after giv- IIIL, the signal lo the engineer of the 'of the ues ri n o MC-- i, go tion of establisliment of a divorce cars ami sustained terrible injuries Canada, made a strong plea to bis bodv, the head being com- a Vam pltteh 'evcred, also one arm and Y'10 shoul11. llc Ulc one le cut Olt. The jurv after hear- UK Uf the eviclence of several of the "Sldc> legal question train crew returned the [ollowina; bc "lc lo aPPeal verdict, viz.: "That the deceased .1. hc Court of i A. White came to his death on Mon- Each sllould Halifax, N. S., Dec. was discovered in 2, hil! collieries, a couple ot days ago but section nfi so that' there is little danger of its spread- ing. No serious consequences arc an- ticipated, though there will neces- sarily Ijc a smaller output for a short time. oi- StaUs present, the joint Canadian fir.ld secretary for some years of the Salvation Army. He is known in every city and town in Canada as one of the most prominent of the army's evangelists. He was partic- this jury resiret that the said Johnston said he tound Srom 'tin. wis removed before an inspec- la.cts lliat thc nt Canadians I irregular and fraudulent i be jtb, come from Nrova Scotia and was Jan old braiccman. Mis family are be- lieved to live soniRwherc in the East. Urotherhood of Railroad Train- romantic Ideas about the opposite sex mon took Charge of thi; Imriv and aml who> from churn tj Let 'Em Do It A fanner's 'wife who had n o very will have it sent East for burial. MISSING MEN FOUND Barrington, met December 31. Pokin, China, 27. Approval' was given In ihc k'.rms of tin; ularly famous for his songs with con-] missing from Flat Mud Island, after j e leaves j an absence of sixteen hours, Seth and interna- j Edward Niokerson, were picked up by accompaniment. He to become chief of thc big Uonal training school in England, i the steamer Seablrd, Halifax. sink, from sinl; (o shed and to ihu kitchen stove, was asked If she I Powers' loan during the session wanted to vote. "No, I certainly thf! naMonal assembly j of tlic inrttter j she said. "I say if there's one little thing that men can do ,'tlone 11' Ior sakc' Men wiio have, berii hnbitnal drinkers for years liavn loft-our In- atituto forever ircu from tha chains of tho, drink In three days. The desire, the waving for intoxicants are completely banished by tho Xenl Tn-atmcTit and any bad after effects. Every drinking man, whether a habitual or periodical drinker should take the Ncal Treatment at once. In your present state you cannot hope to compete with the clear brained man who IB not handicapped by the drink'habit. Tho Xea! Treatment removes all desire for drink in three days and leaves no ba'd after hypodermic injections being employed. The Xeal treatment is a purely vegetable compound taken inter- nally which completely removes all traces of alcohol from the system. Write UH today for full nariciilar.-i. 820 Thirteenth Ave. West, Calgary titute Co., Ltd. DAILY BROOMHALL LETTER Liverpool, Doc. 'wheat mar- ket opened with a steady undertone, to !j higher than Tuesday ,and lat- er further advanced to with the strength jn March. Shorts on the Broomhjili review of yesterday, fcrewist of light world's shi'- 'ills, other than America; firmness in spot, i inrrpiising millers' domain! for good' whoal, which is more firmly hold, and a private cable received horc this morning, stormy weither in I he Argentine. Carc-oes are in eonri deTrand, and (he continent is bidding freely 'for cargoes abciu to arrive. At 1.30 p.m.. the market was firm, to Mehor than Tuesday. Corn opened unchanged, and later the Plate grade advanced on strength In spot, Plate being Id. high- er; lighter Argentine shipments and the decrease in stocks here. The Am- erican grade was unchanged. The wheat nron in Argentine this is officially placed HI hiiRhols, against lasl yonr. Oats, jisaliiK lasl year. Tlie frciuhior Rlraihconn will Ilio last In. at. I'orl (lay. As a ivas not piTseni. i h have, to lit1 bronchi other sc.ssii'H, lhat it "-may cpjvc tlie n- blv. Forty years in 20 the standard, prsscribed and rec- ommended by physicians. For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Martcl's Female Pills, at your dmg'ist. Information and Phone 744 n. U'S Private inquiry Agents All Work Strictly Confidential AT E. J. HILL CO.'S Saturday will be the last and greatest Bargain Event ofjihe good and prosperous year of 1912! Come and get your share. Such Values as these you will long cherish in uour memories. READ THROUGH and Be An Early Shopper! t and Silk Waists for only This is a bargain that should attract a crowd. It's simply a clean-up of left-overs from the Xmas trade in rich Silk aiid Lace Waists. There's about 50 of them embracing all that's new in style and Lot's' of Black. It's a beautiful collection of to Waists. First' come get the choice for only and Charming Evening Dresses for ladies, please remember there's only 12 of-these exquisite Paris and New York Models to be cleared at this figure. The.materials nsod are chiefly Messahunc Do Sore Silks. trimmings are so varied and handsome it is impossible to give pen description here, hut it is up to you to come and inspect. Remember Q lo for only.................................. Skirls for the Early Saturday Shoppers., at Now do not blame us if you late and eanno.t get one, for sharp at 8.30 we place on sale 65.of these Skirts in fancy Tweeds, light and dark shades. Skirts of Vicuna cloth and there's lots of others made of up-to-date of h lacks. .Eegulai- g-j or-.' and your choice of any oiicTfoi: Dresses for the for Oh. such, so nobby and stylish. Oh, well we cannot tell you about the style, they are up-to-date Sailor and Pleated styles, made of fine Serges, and. Panamas, navy, brown and fancy materials. Sizes to fit any of those girls returning to school next week, four to tci) years. .Regular -83.25 to 8 a turd ay, for the one, go QC day only..........................: Stylish and Warm Kimonas for There are just 28 of these warm Kimonas or Morning "Robes They in handsme, patterns in shades of Brown, Blue. Grey, etc., with rich bordering all around and sleeves. They sell