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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Pebyuary 10,1913. THE ÐBEIDG.E DAILY HEf2Air,i> Pagc I* FASCINATING HAIR for WOMEN 1 Ii eiiy to have, Natural Colored, Lux-uriant and; Radianti So. many women have grey or faded hair; neglect it until it becomes thin, dry and lifeless, begins to fall but and makes them appear'much older than they really are. -It your bair ia in this condition jet a bottle of CRANBROOK POULTRY FANCIERS o- to-doy., -Don't ^wait-spy longer-start using it NOW.. Wil be delighted at the results Irpm. even one or iwo applications. The-grey tiajra jfaaually disappear and your half will, becbmeifull of life and vitality ; 56ft; iloisy; arid beautiful. _ Alwayairagf^te'SHAlft HEALTH. It '.atMa. Ial)�~Rpstilt� guaranteed after a fair trialor yourmoney back, ,- TTn rjt? W* �,dv, and take it to .!*'.J\0*�any of;the following drufl-gists, and iet a SOc sise bottle of HAYTJ HAIR HEALTH and .1 cat? of HAR-FIN A SOAP FRE?, for SOc { or $1 size bottle dfsHAY "S HAIR HEALTH and 2 cakes of HARFINA SOAP FREE, for $1. 4;, Abk\'^Mj$h;j)^pr. Hazlewood in.Interests,of a Clean Canada In �tbe-preaence-ot a crowded congregation In-WeBley church last night Revi J. H. Haalewood, D.D. of Toronto, preached- an  I mpreseivie and searching sermon,"on the -words'. -"Lines have fallen to.Me'ln-pleasant places; yea, I have a goodly-heritage^'  The speaker- drew- the'attention-'of the young, men to'the-facf that it -was an awful, thing to forget a mother. Never forget her who brought you into the world, mid "remember" always that every; good�thing, comes, .from above.' He used to think at one time that God did not Ijke -had people, but wej must never forget* that, this is, as- Gfod loves everybody. Speaking with regard,to the; production of. the; ideal- � man� Dr. Hazlewood said- char* acter'lue' perhaps- the best.-cask,-value' o�, any iaseet, upoaches inarket- today,'. * He-had. ^the Idea at .one-time tha^if.-a^-maiiJtfid'plenty of money so coaiciiffaf" cii:.uia' *jruru;i, wished, but tie founds he ewas. mlstak-, �en, as upon1 in.vestigationit;turned out that first and .foremost the character of the man had to- be -. right. Character, is the foundation of credit, and money comes, next. The reverend gentleman in touching mpon the lHiuor duestion said-he was ;not seeking to throw, stonjes';at 'thesaloon, man. People? to Blame�..... He- wanted* to ; know who 'was responsible for the authority: given, to the liquor man to sell liquor. The responsibility .is- upon, the people of Lethbridge for the sale of strong drink in" their city; and it is here %vh�r*nve should deal with :the trouble We have prayed for prohibition for a long time, but we, should. keep in mind that: the battle Of the ballots -Which {b sooner or later to settle �the problem. . Mothers, have often expressed-*tbtH Wish - to see - their boys die father than .get mixed up In the 1 ltjvor? trafflci;  Whiskey will kill even although you surround it with sugar-or any other faltis which may be palatable. Many. a young man has started on the downward path by (frequenting - elegantly . appointed barrooms, With regard, to the question or craving he1.'hiever wanted an automobile ,until-he ;saw one, but in spite of that fhe.did lib t;: expect to get one unless probabty'heVwent into the real estate buslne8&.;"'tLaughter.) Alcohol Is a poison and xan never ha anything else. It is - not a'-food. The department which toe represented was that of Temperance and Moral Reform. In 19021 when'this department was or* ganlzed it'^vaB decided to make an effort to take the.grease off the hillsides so that (fhe '.young man camaot slip down., Anything that will 'reduce the liquor traffic is better than nothing, We soirie'tlmes allow an individ- m CONVIDO $51 Yrom, 167*6: "till todityr-alw'ays a full -.generation of mellow ripeness in each. QOtfVipO Bottle,:'" "; D.O. sole aflent*fflr;A0)�iiat�� Enthusiastic Meeting Held-iPro-posal Re New Hajl-Government Suggestions Cranbrook, Feb. |^---*A weUrattended meeting of the Cranbrook Poultry association was held in the Matheson Hail, Armmstrong aiienpe, last evening. ^ :M '.. � .After the passing o� minutes and ac^ counts, the secretar-y^Miy A.. B. Smith, read a letter from '"Mr..'J..]Et, Terry; sec retary of the B.C. asijioola,tIon, relative to a proposed lecture* by; & provincial expert in March, alsp ai-circular let-i.e he has s-tut to i>-ju!try l?e(3p^r? In the Cranbrook district-, not yet members of the association, ^pointing out the advantages' of' belonging to. the association. .  � '.� '�� Mr. R. Brown, delegateto th&recent convention at VictQMa,:'presented an interesting report; 'ifthd stated the- result of an interview with' Mr. W hall. ':' s A discussion and juqging1 competi-iiion on ihe Brown-Logjiorn,. a cockerel and pullet being r^Tfhjb'ited for tils purpose,' -followedi-iiBoth'^blrds-show- The/next, meeting will be held on Friday, March 8,it>irit-C Farmers' institute will meet on Wednesday, February 12, at 7.30.p.m. The Dominion estimates presented to the House by the Minister.of F1-: nance include: G^anbrock Public Building, $25,000; Dominion .Public building renewals, $15,000. ( . DRIVING HIM TOM GRAVE "Fruit-a-tlves Saved my Life" Niagara Pai,w,Ont., July26th, 1911. "Por thirteen years, I was a terrible sufferer from the torturer, of Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constip;itiou and Voraitittg. I could not retain much food, and this, together with the pain, and headaches, was driving me to the grave. Then I used "Frult-a-tives" and almost at once I got relief. "Pruit-a-tive9" stopped the vomiting, relieved the Constipation, toned up the stomach, and gave jne the first relief in years. I feel that Iowetny life to "I-'mit-a-tivefl'*'and for the sake of other victims of Indigestion and Headaches, 1 will allo# this statement to be published." f : - HARRY DICKINSON. "I$rnit-a-tives" is Sold by all dealers at Jqc a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c, or Bent on.receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa. THE PEOPLES' FORUM IN SARCASTIC VEIN Etiitor, the L*thbridge Herald: Sir,-r-FoliowIng the instructions given by the city fathers to the Chief of Police to "do his duty" in connection with the Sunday Band concerts, might I suggest a few more instructions which might be issued, and which, I am suTe,would tend' towards our complete happiness: ' That all children be tied up in the cellar from 10 p.m. Saturday till 5 a.m. Monday. That all light and water he shut off during the same period. That all persons found on the street, on Sunday without a permit, from the Building Inspector shall be deprived of their liberty. If the above restrictions are added to the already long list of things we ai'e not allowed to do, no doubt visitors to our city will exclaim with many of the residents: Well, this is- -Paradise. Yours for a perfect city, OLD-TIMER. E S AUTHOR OF FAMOUS LETTERS RECEIVED BY MANY IN ALBERTA IS FOUND i ".".'�ffi^^'Xii ual who is dragging sotne poor girl down to take his sdftty In - the ohurohes. Other, V.liDe racing business lhV/For^nto.! t.: If was just as> well to fa^the.issue,squarely and fairly. Thiese^)ift}liBhvojpbg where husbands and soii| gp'aindHe&rjp. evil! and mothers knoV; n^t/hjlngv should be wiped out. He ano^leHf fd, h.(a fearers to make,CanSte?p.:-,clean"cot|atry, and eulogised Chl^^pf>jBQllcev.I)avi;3 /for his" work in h.ejplagvjp rnake .lethbridge a better cltyi;�,,'He^sali.di;;.','J'l-Tead of what your estlm'filjIei.iChlpf.of pqlice has been attempting*?' doMn-ftho 'city. I knew him in Ho^rpn'tq, aiid it was what I expected froini^jjii, When I read of the matt^-T-09ul. The trcoble Is that to church on Sunday;lB'...^iQ\jgh:- - Tnere giust be Bomethirie Cin^ffi^m-must: all giet on the firlflf "l/n^'.j&d aaeist in' wiping ou't this. Jif^i dbemj$,;What 4ob9 it mean to bV'^.BpWttr,9jt Jesus Christ? , It roeanVta^W'iin^b;^ fighting line. Mim &-g^|&e^raid: pf their busine^B^^nd dm^'-; Rimes' �i- -*-^---i'>"�*�fc�-'-'-- 1 .Tfie time had , when real menvWBr, jvlen apd women whd^flKit'SqCffl* "'were ^anM  '*J S^'l* , In conclusion, -1^. ^a^yopA appealed to his hearorp t^'etafM^by the god of truth ,*^X'FXlW>e' } TRYING 10 DESTROY FRENCH AIR FLEET IS SOME FOREIGN POWER' BACK OF EFFORT TO CRIPPLE FRANCE Paris, Feb. 10The government is aroused over attempts which' have been made now two nights in succession to destroy the French fleet o� military airships at Naucy. In con-set|uence of what has happened a double guard of soldiers has been^staj tioned at the military aviatioij park, The first attempt was made' on Thursday night, it is learned': Subt picious figures w?re observed by a sentinel who, leaving his companion in arms, ran toward the guard house to move a general alarm. Meantime -the mysterious strangers attacked the' companion. He fired in the air" to frighten them. They discharged''-their weapons at him, wounding him' in the thigh. . The second attack on a sentinel was Friday night. There was an interchange of shots, but the trespassers escaped, though the entire guard made an all night searcli. %t of the food eaten. With this fws)ptanee, the 'digestive organs renain their tpne, and soon the use of the tablets ia no Jonger nepessary. .'i If-yourstomach is-,Stpm, vlear of St. Pete's'ChurehJ, Eaton .Square, to the-dean-ery of Rochester. ,The new dean ,wap born and educated in Canada, being th_e son of Rev. John Siorrs, of Cornwallis, N.S. Fenue, Feb. S.-The now ambulance which was presented to the city by the Veterans' Brigade, and which arrived from the east a week �go, was brought into use today for' the first time, when James Terriss, a, miner at the Coal Creek mines, was injured by having his leg run qver by a nVme car. _ ��� -. .,. . When the train frour the mines reached Fernie the ambulance was o� hand and conveyed the injured man to the hospital, .where_ he, w^as oared lax. j. Although lie was quite lia-dly*hurt, no bones were broken and it is expected that ho will recover. 1 .1. J. Martin, a member of the law | firm of Herchmer and Martin, and one 1 of the rising barristers of-Fcrnie, re- i turned from a trip to the East today, accompanied by his wife, who waslormerly Miss-Mary Macadam, of Sydney. They were married in 'Toronto a few days ago by Archbishop McNeil, who is a warm'friend of Mrs. Martin's family. At present they arc guests of the Fernie hotel. - The returning officer, O. W-: Ross, has issued a notice to the electors of Fernie, stating that their presence is required at the City Hall on the 11th inst., for the purpose of :.: The appointment is, regarded as one of the best on the American" continent and carries, with it a salary of $12,000. London, Feb. .10.-The Miners' Fed-oi'dtiiii of Great Britain has declared bv a majority of 60,000 in a. total vote of 232,000 in favor of a five-day working week for miners. The executive committee, however. has at'i.i) I'.sm' a resolution saying that the majority is not large enough for any action to be taken and that there-must he another vote- .1. Keir Hardie has stated that vithin a few inoiitiis the labor party in conjunction with the miners' federation, will begin a great campaign lor the nationalization of miners.. He �says that a bill will soon be presented 111 parliament,. According to the terms of the bill, the mines are to be paid tor with government stock, a second fund being provided to redeem the stock within a given period- The mines will not be bought on stock exchange quotations. That would mean that thev would cost at least $750,000,000, but another way of setting a price would be adopted -, by which the cost to the government would bo reduced to not more than $375,000,000. If the mines were nationalized, Mr. Hardie declares,- cbal would be sold at a fixed- price, just as postage stamps are at present, and the cost of coal to the consumer .w.uuldyprobablyv-no-t- exceed�'one-half'-ot ' what -was now being paid. Bv the plan the mines would not bo controllr ed by a manager appointpd^ by ths government, but would be managed on much the- same lines as the national railways in France. Eyery tunc there was a dispute a commit-^ tee of workmen appointed by 'tb;V workmen from their own ranks should, meet to consider the dispute, and the decision of that committee should .pe binding upon the manager as well: ia$: the. workman. SON MURDERED FATHER Chlllicoth-e, Mo., Feb. S.-Confront-�' ed by bloody linger prints identified-as his own Lee Hoyt, 21 years: old*;, today admitted the murder of his fa-, ther, Edward Hoyt, a wealthy cattle-., man, in November, 1911, according to County Prosecutor B. L. Marshall..Tihe older Hoyt's head .was crushed'.with ' a mattock. The boy said his father, > had been too severe with him. u*;;^, j Martin's Baggage \ Transfer �.�.�A. Phone 1 3 8 6 i I - Caraful  and ;phompt.-:.�erwlc�l/;,',^ftp| BIG BLIZZARD RAGING Estevan,' Feb. lQ.-^After-the^wlnd blowing from the"eaat;all'i yestdfday^ It suddenly shifted around in- the early hours this morning,.. incr^ailn^.,to hurricane force, bringing' a blizzard, which 'will, probably vlmpede-i'ra'ilway traffic. The Soo line train.ifrom-tSt; Paul passed through -'nearly\ t]iree late, running into the 1 storju -^fifty miles soutji of. theibawia^^^c^"-* New Barnes Coal Mine LUMP, MINE RUN ORi m . 1 OF ALL KINDS \\ Western Transfer ^ , Co;,(Lta. 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