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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TttK f ll'll A I l> WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1917. lYEllNATE DtPKMlL UPPUS, fins ICharter Amend menU This Will Be Sutualtlrd to the Ltcfclaturc I City Solicitor Ball li tuar work ba- in Ihe city charter amendment] vlilch council aikcd 'him to place the legislature al the Hailon arh'.th will likely be called for Kebm ajary. The council al a uwtlnx Wad- asked Mr. Ball lo pra- and forward. iiiaaidiatalr' aak- In Tte FBI Fnft Und k :t fctoi "f rat-Ute "rRllIT-A-TIVES" ia aolj in world that to'mvla float Jukes' of fruiU. Thai, It iimiuilesUy unfair to say, "1 moot We became I hava tried other rrmwllM tad they did On the other Land, the fact that "Frail a-Uvaa" is dljfrrcxt (ram tUtffrefaraJiom im uortd, tie preferential erf Todnc for municipal .officers ae la farm oj tk4 old :forag a atraicat majority OB cfaoloe- lie poll tax ad that men werk.'af hi the Idly and drmwlnf pay and w workJaf a-lUda two tW the eKjr and draviaf tkclr pay tan to tie taav Tka poll tu fill aot lx made to to The Crown of Womanhood "Uoevvd for hair tifoL Tbcre ia DO part cf the bDmui co revengeful ai hair.' It out: Look at me, care for or 1 wiQ root Treat with cotxnderation ud I will be to you" That tit right to by meana of natal and floor .ipaca taxes rrinteJ. I It la poKtble Ibal other amenduuU will be ukcl. The city to alu COQ- Ldertng .the quottlon of n With tno above words, Lillian RllsEclL an unquestioned authority fanunine nttrocUvciicsa. places no uncertain velue on nice hair as a beauty asset. Unkempt, uncared for hair not only cannot he -attractive but b ulunUy n disgrace. But why have ill-kept, untidy hah1? By dc.votinj n few moraentsrepilar- IT to brushing and intelligent anpli-. i calionof NEWURO'S HEttrlCIDE, the hair may be ciEde to yield won- derful return! in increased personal charm. st.'1 i Dandruff-is the direct aaas of I: more hair trouble than anything elae. hThe hair harah, .no-. i and falla out ID quantities.- It ilookadead and, lifeless; than n a> The scalp itchea. HERPICIDE will reram UK dan- druff .irhich is causing all UK trouble, clean tha acaljy.give the hair lila, I C Ip and llUTBTalDCft. Tbe ItaUT I coming oat; itching ceam il- at owe and wilbaTtbcre is a moat gratifying sense of cleanlincaa.' I To the woman who to I nake tbe rno.it of by -having fluffy, beautiful hair, NEW- BBC'Si .HERPICIDE a toilet Mceoitr. It ifl eifftzuitelf. per- fumed and is ft (klijttfta ScH 10 cnta for haMldet to TlH napkXe Dei4. S, Ddnit. Kbk. SPECIAL AGENTS, J. 0. A any troohlr of '.lio Stomach, Liter, Soirrla, Kldoeyi or Sfcia. "Frolt-a. C avr We. a for JO, Irial eetdeace proportr bat which La reality U'ab more than farm land. 11 poai- blfi tial Eome action -vlll be taken wttch wilt leiluce the assessraonl ar by cancc-lllng the Bnbdlrlalou plan r by reducing the Lo a aim land basli. Mayor Hardle aUlcd moralnif that he way In fator of a an.form tnz a] a IAT for all AJberla cities which Mil enforce payment ot taies each wltb a lai sale penalty compul- sory lie would like, however, lo see legislature provide that projwrty In arrean of a omewhat longer tlmo io pay up back ties than will be allowed If a aale Is enforced next year to clear up all out- standing taxes covering the pact four or tivtf ytara. as Tliotb lelanJ. Ai It (appeared :hat thu veaiel was frozen la lor'the ft-Iolcr, Steraussou with a email parly ael oul (or ihe nululinJ on a hunLitiK rip. During iLelr the Karluk, wilt tbe remainder ot the northern divfelcm was tarried avaj, cruibed by the Ice an1 In endeavoring to reach llcraU eight members ol ihe parly lost their lives. Tho re cr, iimnlifcrlug Dine men, luclud- ____iptahj UarlfeU. .succeeded reaching Wrangel Island. Journey on toot lo ilie Siberian mid a once to Alaska. In Ibo Herman. where he was able to coaumunlc with the outside worm to have relief ships EOiiL.TtiQ shipwrecked men were taken from Wrangcl lalaud by tho schooners Ktug and .Wng and trans ferrcd to the Stitoa revenue cutter Dear, which landed tuetu at Vie. torla, D.C. the IOSB ot tbe Karluk, Rte- [auEson Ocleroilned to continue hli work In ihe, Far NonJi. He raugements lo on tool over Iba ICQ to unkaown pares ot Beaufort Sea 11 Iwlag.underatood Ihtl a veEiel wo iH to Inliod In the i'i of 1914.provided he did ro- .urn before the breaaJoc up of the Ice. Tba party, after being carried uutwatrtl to cear the HOth meridian, proceeded northward, but. Lhey were compelled Co mua for Jaod at Xonvay Island on Juce 24, IfiU. They cpeot Jial luuimer on Northern Banks Isl- and when ther proceeded soulli to Kol- iotl where (Lev were inet by George PHONE 1324- APPAREL III Mr. Bert Sinr o! Like, li spending Ibo CnrlMjaas -vacallgn with Ja pan-nil. Mr. ud.Mri. It. C. Sanj. t Mr'i. Jones o! Calsury Is spend- c Ibe vacallou wlln ber Mr. aud Mrs. Itolil. Nr. of the 76th relum- ed lo Caljary altej pen ding r.; Ihe Chrlstmu boll The Domluion wftli frleqdi in the will meet tomorrow at the L O. O. F. bill i 8 o'clock' l defirea will be conferred. VtalUrtjc ftebecVahs welcome. The' BapUat cootrcgjUon will hold (Iielr auntul buiIneK uicuiJiiK CD Fri- day evenJor In the cliurch. Every; Is expectad to be AVlnnlpej, pec, Non-la, ,BaTe.' the following statement to'Canadian Press Limited: "In reference to the recent, order sEed.by tho JDomlDlon govwnment concernlnE Hie ronlrol of the Itqnor traffic, it Is resarded aVrerr satlsfac-. tory to Ui? proTlncUl goTernmenl, fer.: lnc more the Manitoba Act. It nprplleB lia mist- Ins link, and will, I beyiere, be accepl- Rble'to the Breat majority o( the teo- of. this proTlnee." with tie ialary Sacks. A base waa efilabllilied at KeJlett from vhtch Slefansson made a Journey across Southern Danka Island to locale EBkl- mos in the vicinity o[ Prince ol Sirjlt. Falling to localeUhem he re-" turned lo Kellett and jnado arrange- acntrs for u trip norLward. Wlli a Email parly he proceeded 03 fir aa Caps Alfred, and tbe ace north- westerly. It via tsccrUlaed that no land'dialed In this direction. The breaking up of the Ice obliged Slelaasson. to discontinue the expedi- tion lor 1915. He arrived at Patrick Island and followed Its shore northward to Cape McCllnlock, Froin there they set out orer tbe Ice In ji northerly .direction and In three' day; land unmarked on acy chart waa seed Prom obscrvallooB lakt-n. Lbe land ap- peared lo be Owing lo Ihe lateness ot the season he waa obliged to hasten back to KeLJelL ..Stefansson continued explora.- lion work wltbln the Arclic circle dur- ing 19lh, with Kellett is MB base. An expedition under Slorkersoti was ieot In Ibo Polar Bear, whlcii had been pur- chased, lp ihe new land U) on survey work. When the Polar parity tailed to arrive at Cape Alfred, lie place of rendezvous, Stefanssoq un- dertook to locale'them. Hli party left Kofls'for the new land oc April ,9, 19Hj, and met Storkerioa oa May 3rd, at Cape James Murray. From point the last mail iron .The of Ibo church w.U meet at tLo on Thuradiy afieracKin at 3 o'clocit. All lie women ot the church congreeatlon ara aaked to be preseut. Mr. and Mn. J. A. Rcnrte left this aUernooTi for Ulatoe, Waeh. For the past two years Mr. Senile has been American Immigration officer of point and la well koovru la city. There will be a ipecla] mcet'ng of the G. I. A. tomoiTOw tTLuraday) 'at- ternooti at Z o'clock, ihc borne of Mrs. McLeod, 1210 3rd Avo. a. The MrEi Eva Hutton who Is at Claresholtu U apcndlns a few davj llh her parcnti. George UcLeod left for a lliroo monlha lo Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. McLood accompanleJ iLcin 33 far a.a Calfiary. 4 A very pretty wecMluc ttwk place a! Iho homo ,of Mr. and Mrs. on Wednesday, December 19th, wUca their daufbier, PauUne was united Jn marriage li Harvey Eiwood Cratg of Uarong. Tin bride was dalnllly dressed In Ellk and silvered chiffon and carrlod a boQQuet of bridal roses. Miss Jc-asu Cratg, sitter of 1'ie grooci, acted Ji-sniBld and wore a prclly clre of ecru net and ancl cirrie-l a BoiKjuelof pint ..Mr. Hit of Carman gay attended iho groou. Miae Beryl (JaryiaDeay nlayed Ibe wedding 'march-' 'immediately af- ter ine ceremony Ili5 pucsLs sal down to a sumptuous wedditip dinner. The bride waa tUe recipient of many beau- tiful am] useful elfta. The BroomR glf: to the brMu was a pearl and emerald necklace. Tnc yoviiie couple lefl on Ihe evening amid a shower of rice, for and olher wesi- ern polcts; where they will spend Luo winter. Calgary. Dec. Investigation Into ibe cost ot living 1? the Alberta Sauihern British Columbia dl trlcls, made by Com colas [one r W. If. KSlroag, of Coal Dlsulct IS, Asafslatil Commfssfoner F. K. Harfl- soa. IB complete and reveall a btg ad- vance In the price of wearing apparel. It Is csllmateJ that ihe Increase vlU aiiproxltuatc per cent for all wear- ing aud that ft will go [ban e'glu per cent (or foodstuffs. The .ncteajd shown last time was 10 per ceat on the of the commodities wtlch are ueces- rfary to the average household, and this increase resulted In an advance !n ivagea aiJproiljnallng 2i> coiiLe ptr day for every miner employed la the dis- trict. Tills Uffle. therefore, the Jn- miy be more. Your Rheumatism Tbe twisU and aches ol rheumatic members are all asked to be preeect wffcrcn wuaJly yield to the rich aa tbe report of the salt) and. lea held "5eal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade coffee uniform in quality and always delicious. Don't take any always insist on having "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. la 1 and 3 pound tlni. (rouDd lor Never told La built, ,M CHASE A SANBORN. MONTREAL. read and other im- jwrUn oil-food WAR MENU FOR THURSDAY Orukfait Commeal Porridge Tout Marmalada Tei or CoffcB Dinner Roaftt Pork Apple Sauce Eaked Poiitoe.i Bread 1 Red Soy Bean Soup Toast Linen t was dispatched. VANCOUVER HOTEL SARRON FIRST CLASS. MO iDttrkmily tar- nlitied ropma. One bkock from C.P.H. Hotel, In the beatt ot. the uftoira bulneie lection.' HOOD raid: aid ll-50'oclr. The Woods Hotel Uoder amoie aanagmpoDl aa BARHON VaawaFer'B oldeai 'and beat known boUL In Ua heart.at bua- Ineu aectton (ncit B. C. BUctrtc De- pot.) Blnile room., Doubl-, (1_M ,W. D. Wood, MIT. Write I orrnarn- Uoaa. OF CANADA. Are (Mkra to Save Eich rraturlng .son and should have a personal: Savings Account In' the Unioat' Biiik of Canada, wllh opportunities to save regularly, and training In tkiw to; Such sn efjucatlon In thrift and saving vlll prova InyaluabU In' later life, LeTHBRirxae BRANCH A. p. winter CARMTON F. Vl CcWrm, Hanijn BHANCH Oatcakes Pvesorved Rhubarb 1 Tea; .Tbe recipe for Red'Soy Dean .Soup, mentioned above, Is as follows: 1-2 cup Soy beans, t-pint cold waler, 1. illcfl'.onion, 't aliens small piece bay-leaf, few Brjlns.rauptard, 1-2 cup milk, .2 tablecpofTia drippings, 1 tablespoon ft-'asppqa fiall, .1-4 1 teaspoon pepper. Soak tbe beans 12 hours :.ln cold rater Drain, add 2'.cups water, and i tamer until aofU Kub through a ilen. Cook the onlnp and tbe carrot ULSIONI when erefrUunff die fails. Besides helping to purify and enrich the blood Scott's stretigtheDS the func- tions to throw off injurious acids and is especially changing Kasons.' Many J.A doctors themselves taltc You TrjK. Tft BcaU Ji kme, OnL 17-H ceJred by the ura] t I n tha fat. add the Hot milk. "Cool.] ind Blraln Into beaiq Vanoonrer, ipadal dU pitch from STdntT. N. 3. W., to fha Vancouver World, Mrs: "The mtjoritj afilBit cooacrlpUoa 'growing aa ntaraa come'IA to be counted. Witt man; placaa In n- mote dlitricta from, the majority lo'Caror of MNo cotucrip- lion" atandi at more tnaa flm tlw abroad abcm a'aubitaiUal majorttj agalnit eooacripUon, cnlraiT UP all The'tart la canalnf commeat taroifkt Aoatnlla aa'9d.ll of Teally better coujjh aTTup Wan You could bay ready- maoe lor JasUa pleaaul aaj neVer apoila.' Tnia PUMX ana mcar ayrap prtp-'1 aratioa (reta riffht-at tho caiuc ot Blamt inuneditte rrlief. It -uoBcna the phlrco, atops aaety taraat.tkkle ind Vil8 die irritated Qcnhranea that line i Ihe lliroat, 'cheat aid hroDcbial loin. ao Raatlr and eaailr that it ii reilly A dfy's UK will usually orercoaw ordSuary coucii' and for broadiitia, croup. concn and DroiKliial is tpltodW. Pioez la a aioct Talualle eoneen- tratri compoand o -1: lor the day. In anr coli and few fartier Uaa 4a nbsolutely neceasary.' TTie monln .of DereMber 10 Car hu- Men one ol tne'coltfnt oa recorn.' There haye been plenty ot ycara" In which lower racords were rhade. for a or two but for continued coW'aiid (now, old tlnM cattlemen atate.that thin month li the wont taey reiaeai- ber with nun eireMlmi. Tne mult Is Ihnt of cattle and qnile general tnrouchoat Ihi aoatk. l.iuklly thcro Is a fair anoint of1 prairie hay stacked afalnit nek ooa- Tbli wu Bale In spite of the dry lummar by fact thai har coald be pnt we wall on In Octobef. Hay Knliht In the city today and states tlat will tare no tro.aU f Inlerlng his cattle on the Blood re- ierve is them la pleniy of bat be expects lo be forced to bay toed for hlj big rficep bands. He IB lL'0 shlp- In coilomecd Ths weak- UnXs o! Ilia sheep nnd cattle banfa being weeded Out and pat bto hords.' Tho December thaw nnd quick Iretio following left much M the prairie covered wllh troaaal aaww li M crusted Ihe cattVt aawl sheep a kard lime U> rustle Pro- Tided Ihe coW and inow dcei.'.'iot t UM IhrMtnck wfll 7 well, aara. Local Agefffa WILSON t 5KEITV1 f Blda. :PtlOM 1J43 WE SAVE YOU MONEYS DN WEARING APPAREUSHOES iFQR YaURStLF 4 FAMILY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. I Might TOMORROW? NEXT WCEK1 ANY PRO. VUlON FOR MY FAMILY? WHO WILL ADMlfclSTBATE MY MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL THEREFORE. ;K'' I WILL APPOINT V' The Canadian Trait Co. Navar Dlaa) STREET LETHIRIDOC, WHERE TO GO, F0R Roofing, Tipstnithiog. Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing VC-li-' V HICK-SEHLHARDWAREtOf JANUARY 3, 1918 i "L __ __ v Day and Evening Classes .Af.L COMWERCIJM. FRENCH CLASS IB addttlon to our racalar a Claae In nroct win M oom- dmclxl In conaectloa wltk oar Nlfht ScfcooL CALL, WRtTC OK PHONE FOR- FULL IHFOWMTKW1 Garbutt Business College Phone 131S 1M1 A. Principal Offlu for (vary iftornMn hMlcan from 2JO to SJO, That "Custom-made" Feeling. YoaJ The "Special Order" solves may. have your Suit orQyerra to your exact measure from any tern you choose, and yet not relinquish tie economy of efficiency, and team-work tailoring. Orders" was phrase coined to meet actual custom- made cut and tailored your'measure after y'ou'aclect ihe cloth, I.L A perfect -andi precise fit; ia guaranteed "wnethcr, you 'pay'ifl orMB '.tor''foe value of'British woollens you ielect. ,j. FOT. ;