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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANifARY 6, iOlS THE LETMBRIDOB DAILY HERALD PAGE THRI new york wis mm ma man A DARING DEFI N'ew York, Jan. 5.-Maiiagti; John McGi'ttW oi the New York l^alionals, has ob'taiiiotl the services oE Hans Lo-Ijert, third baseman ot ilia Pliiladcl-pliia Nationals, through a ileal which was closed today. In exchange for Lo-hert the Philadelphia club gets Milton Stoclt, third baseman ; Al De-marce, pitcher ; Jaclc A .. � * o * * > > ? > * v for me' 'No. vel'i, den, Vy sho\ildt I go oyer dere und shtop bullets vitraychest for der Kaiser? I'm mutual, I am!" ES PUBLICITY MEN PUT FINGER ON THE 1 CANKER-BiACK TO THE LAND WINNIPEG TEAM WON Winnipeg, Man,, Jan. B.-Lrfsading till within a minute of time, the Portage hookey team was tied and finally beaten. 5 to 4i In overtime by the Win-nipo.g Sti-athconas in the Independent league fixture at the Auditorium rink last alght. , MONARCHS WON, 9-8 Calgary, Alta., Jan. 5.-The Monr arobs defeated the Cbinooks In the opening game of the Calgary senior dl-vlBlon-a;a;H.A., by: a �oore ot 9-to 8. Neither' teain i,Bho.wdd anything. seq-sallonal, ............. �....... HAVE DARK HAIR AND LOOK YOUNG Don't stay gray! Nobody can tell when you darken gray, faded hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, r Grandmotlier kei>t her hair beauti-llully darfcenod, glossy and abundant 'With a brew of SageTeti and Sulphur. Whenever her hair fell out or toojl on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful eftftct. By asking at any drug stor� for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Conrpound," you will get a large bottle.o� *hls old time recipe, ready to use, for .about . iO cents. .This,.simple mixture can be depended' upon to restore natural .color and bEauiy to the hair and is splen-Md for donuruff, dr.v, itc'liy scalp and tailing hair. . A well-known downtown, druggist jftys evarnoody uses Wynth's Sago and Sulphur, bpuauee it d&Vkens so naturally and evenly that nofoody can .tell ,t has ibeou, applied-it's so easy to .5*, too. You Bim.dy dampen a comb ir soft bi-uah'iiad draw It through your hair, .taking one strand at a-ttime. By morning the gray hal r disappears; after,. �notfter application or two. ^t ip restored to its natural color and lobkB 'glossy, soft; and abundant. Sold by J. D,^H|glhh�tH�m'� Co. Limlttri; 1 EMPRESS -� 4mmmm BEAUTIFUL FAMILY THEATRE IW*^ ISc TONIGHT THE BEST SIX REELS EVER SHOWN AT THE EMPRESS-BIG MID-WEEK BARGAINS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Broadway Star Production in Four Parts, Featuring Francis X. Bushman, entitled '^ONE WONDERFUL NIGHT^^ COMING: Marguerite Snow, Harry Benham, James Cruze, assisted by One Thousand Actors and Actresses In the Most Stupendous, Sensational, and the Most Awe Inspiring Story Ever Produced for the Silent Dram:?-First Instalment Jan. 18th, Edmonton, AKa., Jan. 5.-(Special.) -Probab'ly one ot the most important gatherings ever held in the province from : an economic standpoint, took place aiere oh Saturday, 'when the members ot the Industrial and Publicity associaticn of Alberta, met to devise ways and means to advance and stimulate the development of rural welfare and activities, to the end of making farm life more enjoyable and prolitahle. Mr. J. S. Dennin, assistant to the president of the C.P.R., in aa. aadreas covering an hour's time, emphasized the great necessity of turning every attention- toward rural devlppment. He showed by accurate statistios that for the three western provinces the population was distributed about equa'ily between the cities and the farms, when the right proportion should be about' 70 per cent, on the land, and .SO in the cities. In showing ho'w dependent the wel fare and prosperity of the proviace is on agrlcuUuro, Mr: Dennis said that outside, of wheat, Wegtern Canada, im. portod 70. per cent., of its foodstuffa. He urged mora co-oporation, and the concentration ot attention to tihe pro-.blems ot the farmer. -It he prospers, the cities will take care' of themselves.' i-." Resolutions to Hon. Mr. Sifton A strong resolution was passed 'And a.-committeo of eight appointed to present them to Hon. Arthur -I/: : Slf-tonr-^ ot GRAND SKATING CARNIVAL -AT- ACROSS THE STREET FROM CITY FIRE HALL. TO-NIGHT Aduiissioii 25c; OUildren 15c. SPECIAL MUSIC Priiies will be given for the 'Best Costumes-^Ladies' and Gen- ' tlemen. Prizes on exhilbit in Wright's Jewelry Store window.'-; .': Ladies unattended bring lady companion. Rink open for Blutittg '� eVery afteraoon and evening. The ice is good. ' Trade; G. R. Marnoch, president of the Lethbridge Board of Trade; , W. H. Berkinshaw, president cf tlie Calgary Board of Trade; W. Bi Wi'ilcos, secretary of the iMedicine Hat Board of Trade; J. iS. Dennis of the C.P.R. department . of Natural Resources, Calgary; Andrew Miller, iiidustrial commissioner, Calgary; H. Mi Bvans,i of the Edmonton Industrial association; A. Farmilp, secretary of the A1-' berta Federation of Labor; John Blue, provincial librarian, Edmonton. Tlie resolution urges upon the government that, as agi;lcultural- �development is the true basis of conimer-cial, industrial or national growth, and that as Alberta.- has millions ot acres of fertile soil. undeveloped by_^ farming operations, it Is the dutv of' the governmeiits, railways, hoards of trade, corporations, , i.ndustria'l commissioners, municipalities, labor organizations, and others, to direct their attention and co-operate with each other to secure the greatest possible develppment.^f these lands' The re-Boluticn also asks that the � governments and others work for the scientific selection of immigrants, better facilities for marketing and transportation of farm products; a better system of farm credits, better education of young people along agricultural lines, and the general betterment- of the farmer's 'iiie, social, educational and economic. la addition to those mentioned above, tliore were iiresent at this important gathering, George M .Hall,: industrial ot Edmonton; Secretary Fisher of the Edmonton Board of Trade; R. J. Hatchings,'Calgary Industrial Bureau; Rev. G. W. Kerby. Calgary Ad und Rotary elubs: J. F. vSweRting, induF.trlal agent, C. P.R.; Norman Hankln, publicity, agent, C.P.'R., and representatives! of other organizations. SKATING To-night, AUDITORIUM^,,, RINK � � (Covered) ADMISSION: '-f : ADULTS 2Sc CHILDRENflSc SPECTATORS FREE m Citizen's Riiud Tomorrow Nii?ht I FRIDAY TJie fishing trade of Ramsgatei has been badiv hit by the war, and at thq present moment ,the line harbor' at-that popular resort contains,.some-,^ thing like a hundred and fifty fishing'!; vessels, and all �re| Idle owing, tp^tlip.,'-^ fact that the westw ird route lb closed ^ 28 1528 20 ;