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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January i. S1>"!:$ t11 e LtSTITIM? n�r. e d a I L y iiek a.LT) A Harmless Way to Darken Hie Hair A LITTLE SAGE-AND auLcHOK MAKES GRAY HAIR VANISH - A REMEDY FOR ALL HAIR TROUBLES \Vhi> dues not kliiiw tin: viilim of SiiK'j unil .Sulphur for keeplm;- the hair ' ilurk, Moft and k'-ukhv anil In ir.iuil condition? Aft a matter of t"ii., eonnected with loss of color anil vitality of (lio ii.'iii'. l.'m|iK\stj..imbly, there is m� better r........iy for Hi" hair ami Hcalu troulil"*, esijeelally premature grrnynei-'n tluiri Sunn and Sulphur, If i>ro|ierly pi'epai'ed. The Wyr-th Chemical f'onip.Miy (1f New Yuri* lint unt an ideal nn-jui r.i-llon or till" ldnd, railed Wyetli'h Ka;,'c ' and Sulphur l.lalr Kemedy, in \vl:;ch Kag-e and Sulphur are combined with other valuable remedies for keepiuc the hair and .sculp in clean, healthy condition. K your hair is losing Iih coKir or constantly romlnff out, or if you are troubled Willi dandruff or dry, itchy | acalp, Bet a lifty cent bottle of Wyoili's riaKC mil! Huiphui' from your t! relmul-ed if the renu:ily is not exicily as represented. .\trent:-: .1. ! >. 11 lifinbothii 1 & Company. milk oLriifLiw 50 Di in .i rnn! S WILL BE A l if KITSbi PRESBYTERIAN MINISTER TRANSFERRED TO GRASSY LAKE -ILLICIT BOOZE, Sir Edmund Antisbus C tate Near Cranbiook C:u-iIhIvii, Alta., Jan- i5.-Cards-ion's Chief of Police is keeping a t'lose tub on the booze peduljirs, who"}. n]pfpc P..--l , r d- v have been BlviuB them some anxious | PIeles Trchase Of big ts moments lately. It is believed that, (.bo wholesale importation has been stopped, and that all that now en-ten; tlie town i.s what comes in .^inal! lots tor private use. Cards ton wa:; beginning to get anything but an enviable reputation in the matter of importations for liberal distribution ami it is high time some-Hum;; was done. Notice has been given by the Prcs-byltH'y of Macleod that Rev. George Walsh, M.A., minister of tho Presby om- (Jranbfook, it. C, .j:ui. The. ball given by ihe liroibcrliood of Hail-road Traiiiincii on New Year's l-'.ve. proved the, .successful of ii.-: kind ever held �in Craubrool.-'s auditorium. The decov.itions and special eiee trie illuminations were special!v attractive. The large company made terian Church at Cardston, is to be dancing at times somewhat difficult, transferred to Grassy - Lake, to take but the best of humor prevailed and ALL SORTS OF DESPICABLE METHODS TRIED OUT TO TRAP THE UNWARY REAL BIG SCRAP EVE ELECTION IN LONDONDERRY WILL MAKE A SHOW OF STRENGTH ii mil � ugainst1 lave olfi-''��e telephone tlie warning o; the nielh-i> t tips were magkatii Magratlt, Jan. 3.-Last Kriday afternoon at the home of Mrs. \i. Mat-kin a-lea was held in honor of the retiring and newly elected ol'fteers of the Farm Women's Institute. About 1 wenty-five ladies were present and a most pleasant afternoon was spent. The Maerath institute is one of tha best in the province and the social was a very fitting tribute to the good work which the 1012 officers have accomplished. 'Che Institute has proven itself to be a splendid aux- I i.'iary to the Agricultural Society, ! ;mk! is doing much to make the com- i ing school of agriculture and domrs-"tic science a success. Mrs. If. J.. Jensen is t*ne president for the. current vcar, and it is needless to say that under her capable direction the institute will flourish. j Fur the fifth time since beginning publication eirht years aero the "Ma-grath Pioneer" has.changed hands. On January 1st J. Atherton and Kd. ; Matheson, of Calgary, took over the plant under a lease and option from 1he owner, D. If. Klton, of f.etli-hridge. C. M. Louc'ts, who has pub ; lished the Pioneer for the past year, ! will shortly remove to Kdmontou, irhcre lie' will in're up a position in one of the large job offices of thai , city. i The new ;. who roceived a 1e!e. ij to 1 e from a friend mevt'ng. Fortunately, happened to meet the the time of the appoint 1 discovered Hint. the come ironi an unkuoy. t, the ltan.'ii was forged, ported the incident and upsides were, officially set afoot, th-'S" resulting in the discovery that the. tab rram had come from a man knov.ii to lie connected with the white sia\c traffic. The second case concern'd a pretty nr. operator it |>r rporting .".:��'.ing for a th.e author u.eml before oeni and thus tele.';ram had .-.otirce and the till re- Dulilni, Jan. o.-The death of the. [Jute of Abcrcorn creates an interesting situation in Irish politics. Hi.; heir, the Manjuis of Hamilton, who is a member of parliament for the City of Londonderry, will not take his father's place in the House of Lords. Tbc seat in the lower house formerly held by Justice McCarthy and the Marquis of Hamilton won it hy only .rw votes. He is a Conservative and if the Nationalists can recapture this if will give them 17 seats in l.'lslcr against 16 for Ihe Unionists. $IIf.f.�SS �s Impossible Wffliont Sfrengtll Ordinary food often fails to nourish, but experiments made by leading Scientists prove that BOVH.IL enables the system to extract from all foods their full nutritive value. 6-i-ij 4 telephone operator who .side the exchange bv lur I-'ii.iev, late director of publicity for �'e"edl f',r du' the International Dry-Farming Con-1 Ncsbct fof t'"' defence, guvts, your incoming commissioner. | Two wiiues.sps for the prosecution i:e is exceptionally well qualified for; failed to appear on their subpoena the position and his efforts should be and the prisoner was therefore dis-appreciated bv all boards. In con- charged. '.lis Honor ordered the ts-clusion vour commissioner wishes all sue of a bench warrant to compel affiliated boards every success and the attendance uf Chief of Police Dow at 10:30 Saturday morning. The other missing witness named Murphy, cannot be located. P. Lund of the Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co., Wardner, came in on No. 513 today. It 'is understood that the purchase of O. Hansen's hotel and large acre-ice i.s now being made, and the wait- age at Wasa bv an Knglish syndicate ing room will be fitted as.-Repeal 0f corporation powers granted by the legislature last year to the Southern New England llallroad for the purpose cf extending ihe Grand Trunk system to Boston are sought In a bill fifed in. tlio House today, liopresentativa Sullivan, of Huston, sinned Ihe petition Letters From" a Deep Sea Smoker- 'auls the bird into a pub, and ^ tliere was a soljer there wot 'ad been in,' 'Alifax and Vancouver, an' w'en the bird sings- ; out, ' Give us a pipe of PINNACE, Bill/ blest if the soljer doesn't up an' 'and me the tin, which I passes on to the bird, jokin' like. Then the soljer, 'e says: 'That's the best tobacco wot ever went into Canada, or any other country, from old England.' An' I says, 'I know it, an' the parrot knows it, an' blow me, if the -Hadmiral isn't learnin' it too, for 'e was the man wot taught my parrot,'e comes around to me that frequent for a pipeful.'" A Longr, Cool' Outdoor Smoke 3 Strengtfcs-T-iMHd, Medium and F�Ut 3 SiKe�--2, 4 and 8 at. "PINNAOC-THS OOQWHT " OUTOQ.OB 8MQH$f, ~ OLD TH� WOBl^^VpW.ijI GET A T|N AWP KNJOY IT 4 TO-OAV^',V.-^t Made by the B^V^eopfcl' , Londofti' England. '" F. W, DimockJ'Toronto '. , Direct Repre��niatlT� r ., Ml �� i ?i � ^/k* . 71 ;