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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 10 T H K LE TII BR ID G E , 1) AILY HE K A LP Saturday, .Tauuary' IS, li>ir? THE FIRST GRAY HAIR SIGN OF AGE EASY WAY TO PRESERVE THE NATURAL COLOR OF THE HAIR AND MAKE IT GROW A harmless remedy, made from common garden sugt-, quickly restores gray hair to natural color. The care of the hair, to preveut it from losing its color and lustre, is just :is important as to care for teeth to keep them from discoloring. Why spend money for cosmetics and creams to improve the , complexion, and yet neglect your hair, when gray hair is even more conspicuous and suggestive of agp than wrinkles or a poor completion? Of the two, it is easier H> preserve rue natural color and beauty of the hair than it is to have a good complexion. All that is necessary is the occasional use of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, a preparation of common garden sage and sulphur combined with olher valuable remedies for dry, harsh, faded hair, dandruff, itching scalp and falling nair. After a few applications of this simple, harmless remedy, your hair will gradually be restored to its natural color, in a short time th# dandruff will be removed and your hair will no longer come out but will start to gTow as Nature intended It should. Don't neglect your hair, for it goes further than anything else to make or mar your good looks. You can buy this remedy at any drug store-for fifty cents, a bottle, and your druggist t*111 give your money iiaofc if you are not satisfied after using. Purchase a bottle today. You -will never regret it when you TWdiste the difference it will make In your appearance. Agents: J. D. Higinbotbain & Company. E WEST LEADS THE EAST Spokane, Wash., Jan. 18.-The Vast no longer holds supremacy in �nhl�c educational facilities, according to a report just issued by the RttAsoil Sage foundation, which places the State of "Washington first in general efficiency of its school system. Masaehusett* is a close second, with New York third. "All of the states have weak points which need to be remedied," says the report. The following- ten tests of efficiency formed the basis of the investigation: Proportion of children enrolled in schools, value of school property -per child, expenditure per child of school age. average days of schooling per child, length of school year, attendance of average, child, expenditure per $100 estimated wealth, cost per child' per day, based on average at-�*9�d_a,nce, proportion high school stu-d?nts,?a>eraige salary paid teachers. E SCHOOL WILL START AT TABER NEXT WEEK , j the finished product, with farm dairy ! Splendid Program and Big At- j machinery In operation, ! j Domestic Science . Confessed Slayer of Little 12- | Year Old Girl Hung by Mob i and Burned tendance is Looked For � A Good Work Tuber will be ibe scene next. This branch of the work will be | conducted by Miss G. Stlveu, grad-! uate of the Maedonald Institute, ; Guelph, Ont. j Practical - demonstrations will be given in the preparation and cooking of soups, meats, tough and tender week uf i he short term school in ag- cut�. vegetables, desserts, bread, riculture. This week Magrath has  cakes, pastry and the general cook- Fa ris. TfxaS. .Ian 18 /on, a negro, who shot ;md killed the 1'2-x ear-old daughter 0t L�. Mcrrell, a farmer near l-'eeau (iap, a week ago, ; was hanged from a telephone pole on I public .square in Cooper, Texas, yesterday by a mob. The negro was taken from the sheriff and his deputy ' after he had pleaded guilty, ami had ! been sentenced to be hange.i. j Mouzon is said to have confessed (that he shot at the girls brother ; with the intention of killing him and then attacking ihe girl. The shot struck the girl. The hoy wus hurt. 1 made a record in so fur as attend-Ilciuy Mou-1 an,.e ;nUj interest is concerned, and bis; things are looked, for at Taber. ; Tlie energetic secretary of the  Agri-, cultural Society at Taber has been boosting the school and a repetition I of the success at Magrath is looked j for. Incidentally, it may be mention-: '.ni that the Taber Agricultural so-j ; cir-ty is doing some splendid practical I  work, with a view to encouraging I mixed farming;. . i farmers in the district, have been j approached, and have promised to I not' give a piece of land for experimental i purposes. This land is to be prepared Mouzon's bodv was cut down last j and looked u-fier under the auspices night and placed on railroad ties, > of the society, and the farmer is to I saturated with coal oil and burned. \ be supplied with forage seeds with a The negroes or Cooper are excited to-[view to raising food for stock. Such 'night, but no further violence is feared. GOT THE THRONE BUT MAN WHO PROMISED HIM $40,000 HAPPENS TO BE IN JAIL crops as forage corn, tame, grasses, etc., will be experimented with. Much good is expected to result from this effort, and it. is hoped to have a fine educative influence on the farmer. For the short, term school next week, the subjects to be taken tip cover the following range: Courses of instruction will be given in live stock, dairying, agrimony, poultry raising and domestic science. Three carloads of pure bred stock will be carried. Instruction will be given in breed types, feeding, breeding, care and management of live stock. Grain, Soil and Weeds.-The gro'w. ing, judging and grading of grains, soil cultivation, noxious weeds, grass-! science, 10.00 a.m., and 1.30 to 3 p.m. es and fodder crops. Samples of grains and weeds "'ill be used for demonstration. Poultry.-The housing-, feediug, hatching pnd rearing of poultry. Dairying.-Instruction in dairying will cover the subject from the pro- Guthrie Presbyterian church, Har-ri.ston, has called .Rev. W, S. Pearcey of Londetbo^ough. HERE IS GOOD ABY|iE_T8 TAKE . It wlllrh�lp thos* who have Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Tkere are other " old enemies" ituilor to the one mentioned iii this testimonial. Kidney ,ahd Madder Troubles are always enemies to gowd health. As soon as yon start to ULe GIN Pltt�LS these ailments begin to disappear. It is the same in cases of Lumbago, Sciatica and like complaints. This -letter � illustrates the benefit of GIN PILLS. , ir'' � Winnipeg, Jan.'6Ui. . '11 have been a sufferer from Lumbago for some, years past ami dnringChristr-us week had a vexy acnte attack which confined me to the house. About the litter part of �'April, I me^-four Mr. li'iil and mentioned imj_, complaint to him. He advised, take GIN.PILLS. I have been taking ftkoia at intervals during^the early part:-of the present winter, and.iup to/ date have had no return of niy1 old1 trouble-in fact, I I eel i belter than If have 'for years and think that mv old(enemyvhas vaVjske'd for good aMd'all." \ . fi. A. JAKES. y j liiv.*, .Ian. IS.-The amusing a-">- !. ventures of Jacques Lebaudy, who ; for u short .time was known as the | Emperor .of tho Sahara," have been ; recalled by. the curious experiences of j Viscount Alfred Germain de Brouil, i whose ambition was to become king' '.of Arabia and) Syria. * I The viscount met a German in a . Bordeaux cafe, who, 0n learning that ' the Frenchman had made several ex-; , :cursioiis to Arabia, suggested that he | ductlon of mU1; to tbe marketing of1 1' p.m should undertake another trip with i-----------"" , -g^-j-; it-he object of setting up an independ-- . PRAYING \ � OP ALl, KINDS .iWesteni Transt'er  - Co., Ltd. :;Office-T-C.P..R. Freight Sheds -PHONES- Office: -Stable- 1163 and 462 -1064 �f Alasfta .sealskins, the propsrty of' the I'nited' States government, 02- ' curred yesterday and higher prices; than ever before were obtained. The \ 3,7t�l skins realized 29,985 pounds' (about, $140,000) or 1.52 shillings, and \ il pence (nearly $-10), as an average; price per skin brii;e; eleven shillings " (nearly %'�>), per .s>cin higher than any i previous sale.. j (George M. Bowers, Cnited States Commissioner of Fisheries, watched the sale in the interest of the !.*. S. government. In a tall; with a reporter of the New York American, i j Mr. Bowers said : bath docs its part by keeping the pores of the skin op:n so that ihcy throw oiFmuch ol tiiabody 'Mropuri-ti:s, but il i� even more important that the bowels and kirt-ncyr siiculd He kept rcj^ilar' and active. If the bowels fat!, as they often do late in lite, to move' regularly at leajj once a day, tbe w.i*te mattfr from tbe food accumulates, decays, poisom the urn** net! Pi/u. "f am much ptoi with the sale! �ptem �,d�psetS the .tomach :mfaatiinfs Baggage and prices realized. The increased j , price fetclieil is ritaiiilv due to the' j skins hems n litile larger than usual- ; I last year's catch nan 28,000 skinx\ | i this year's output is very much I I .smaller...on account- of the agrcsrnanl '� ] hetwe&u ({real .Britain, .Japan, Rus-I sia and -America, to abolish pelapie j sealing, and also, lo the policy of the ; Cnitcd .sijies to take only pelts of thrce-ycar-old males and not allow the fenrales to be kilted.'' Dealers t'icmi of Uw world were present. It is the concensus of opinipti thai the price of sealskins will not be enhanced. If the kidneys are iluggish the impur-iri� which they should filter from the blood remain and cauac rheumatism. Dr. Morse'* ladian Root Pills regulate the bowels, stimulate thekidneys and open up the pores of the skin. The result it a.body clean within - pure, re.d blood-good digestion-and a hale and hearty old age. Three geo�rati�ns have proved the vahte of Dr. Marse'j Indian'Roit ^ilk, and their sale i� steadily increiimg all over the world. 2jc. at all dosteri' or from W. H. Conmtoci C*., Lad.. Brociw'iUe, 0m. I awarded this mprningby the C.-P>R for SO" miles o^new.-jines to be con., structed in thejiwest. during /the pref. i sent year. The"men to,whom these I contracts have Ifeen awarded, will'.,3iot | consider the agreements binding until I they have been formally ratified, by I the president, Sir v Thomas Shaugh:' nessy. There is butlittle iloubt, how. j ever, that fhey;-:will receive the pre-j j sideul'.s -signature. . ... .-. I The firm of .lames. Bros., Boomer & j Hughes, of Calgary and Spokane;, j have secured the contracts for; 106,-j 000,000 . yards of the total..-.workV tp j be excavated. This firm�cur-. , ed the biggest contract of all,, which ; see more healthy, ; jg t0 construct, .the'line :from Mild*n j vigorousoldmenana .; to -Kmpress. afld from'Empres*' to j women. The daily j Bassano, a distance of 224 miles.  In j addition to this it has secured the | contracts for the line from iJacombe:! easterly into Kerrob&rt, a distance of',! 60 miles. The construction of this; additional track will be finished this j fall. ' ' ; Besides the work on the branch lines, tlie company has also- been i awarded 111,, contract for thp double-tracking of the main line between Chaplin and .larva, 'a distance of tfl) miles. Of this firm, the James' Bros, are from Calgary, while Boomer & Hughes represent the companies in Spokane. In Manitoba, the 22 miles north on the Gimll extension has been awarded to Foley, Welch & Stewart, This line is to be continued north from Gitnli to Rivertowii'. - " � ' .T. D. CVIcArthur. will build1 nine miles of extension west from Snow-flake.- This line, .will run parallel with the United States boundary lin'O; The  double-tracking, which is, to be donc in -Manitoba; between; K8ninay and Virden, a distance of forty miles, has gone to .1. D. McArtnur.  Foley, Welch ft Stewart will have char|5e-.of the douWe-tracking between Virden and Regiha. �*''"' '. The twewty-twp miles lo be built Pads, Jan. 18.-Former Premier Premier Clemenceau has written the preface to a pamphlet devoted to a general economic study of alcohol, which has just been laid before tlie Paris' Academy oi Medicine. Clemenceau, like the author of the pampljlet, finds it deplorable that the omnipotent authority of the state should seem to be powerless against the most formidable enemy of social peace, of general welfare, and of the rise of the humbler classes to a higher life. . He ridicules existing remedies, which consist in taking drunken men to the-police office or placarding the inside of wine shops with prohibitions of drunkenness, while the laws of France relating to the manufacture and sa>!e of thy most deleterious kinds of spirit contribute, to foster this particular vice. '�'Today,'' M. Clemenceau continues, "it is beginning to be understood that the right to poison people cannot proper cannot properly he regarded as one of the achievements of the French revolution. Universal suffrage would really put itself out of court if it had only succeeded in emancipating itself from the yoke of a single lyrant in order to fall under ihe sway of a league of private interests which am in open warfare with l'ie � public; interest. All .well-intentioned iiic/t, without distinction of party, ought to join in a common effort for the salvation of our country,"'-wlncH is menaced from so many directions at once. F.dmoutoit,. .fuiis -i8.-TAo.iing in cooperation with the provincial department of agriculture, the minister of education, will, during the summer, organize a series, of short -course schools, and hereaiter an elementary course in agriculture will be part of the rural schools curriculum. "It is ihe intention of the department to give all pupils1 in rural schools an elementary course- in agriculture," said lion. John U. Boyle in^ making the. announcement regarding the policy of his department, "and this will be followed � up ' bv ' establishing and sustaining agricultural colleges at all the provincial government demonstration farms. These, colleges, which will all be operated by. tlie .department. of education and the department of agriculture will be for the boys and girls after they have iei't school, and at these insti-  tilt-ions', they will be given advanced education in scientific and practical i fartnini; and in the1- demesne'"arts." I Mr. Boyle also announced that it-Was j the policv of the department to en-| courage manual training and domes-j tic science in all schools in the pro-i viiice. The advanced ideas of the provincial government iti these malleus tire receiving the support and approval of prominent educationalists all over, the West, and in fact all over the Dominion, and it is predicted that, other provinces will shortly be forced to take up the work along these lines which has been so ably started by the Alberta government. Arrangements have been completed' by the Berlin anil Waterloo furniture manufacturers for the holding of their second annual exhibition this week. M. .J. O'Reilly, K.C., 0f 'Hamilton, announces that the 'Canadian Express Co. has acknowledged, the innocence of the former employee, .J. W-Hughes, who was one of those charged wfth theft of a lrroney package, and ."lias paid htm substantial  dam-ages^;r-te is,an Oxford graduate. After his'.at'rost' he' was"m'aSfy -mob'ths beforewlie ,cqu) d secure. employment. "Whom have you ihere in tow?" "This is Rip Van Wirikle. He just, woke tip." "Why guard him so carefully?" "WelJ, we're letting; him see the wpmen'.s, styles gradually, don't' you' know."- Louisville Courier-Journal. Houses Without F.CWyi YOUsee them often - the builders' and contractors' shacks -: the temporary buildings for every sort of purpose. Almost invaria-bly they are kept warm and comfortable in cold weather by the Wherever furnaces or ordinary stoves cannot be used, or wherever ordinary heat is not sufficient-there you find need for pne of these handy Perfection Heaters. If you've] a house without a chimney, or a cold spare room, pr. a balky furnace, you will appreciate the Perfection Heater. '�., Made with nickel trimmings (plain steel or enameled turquoiae-blue drums), Ornamental. ; Inexpensive, Lasts for years. Easily moved from place to place. At dealers everywhere. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited WINNIPEG _ ST. IOHN MONTREAL TORONTO HALIFAX 70 ;