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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 6ATOBDAY, JULY 11, 1914 PAGE THRER INSTALLED OFFICERS of the moet spioridld gatherings Ih tbe Oddfellows hall took piste last nliht upon occasion of the joint Installation of the officers the Lethbridge Lodge No 2 and the Viaduct Lodge No S3, of the Inde pendent Order nf Oddfellows J Hold who from the chair of the tatter, presided at the commence- ment, T n Davidson, DDOM, the installation proceedings, and Major Hardl e oonilted the chair dnr- Ing the.rfUdarinc ot the programme, giving a sltort but brisk address at the riose. The-meetlng was an open one, and many not members of the order there being about two hun 4red in all. The affair was a brilliant one, aad the programme, .which given u follows, highly entei- 'Song. Mr. R. G. Striker; recitation, lAJex.'Niven; song, Mrs. Lockwood: conjuring, E. Soady; E. iWasnhrook; speech, Major Hardie. Commissioners Grace and Reid Were among those attending. At; the Close of the programme an informal-supper..was which greatly delighted the guests. Those In charge of tbe installation were: Messrs. T. H. Davidson, D.D.G. M, J, Bradsoav DDG Marshal H B; White, D.D.O. Sec.; P. Jones, D.D. G. Guardlih; D.D.O.T.; A. Kiren, DD.G Warden, G B Tibert, D.D.G. Chaplain, and T. Niven, D.D. Q. Herald. __ The officers Installed are as fol- lows: ViaductLodge No. J. W Re4d, NXS, W M Edwards. V G F R.C., A. B. F.S., H.'-S. White; treaB., T. R. Davidson; Warden, J. W. Blezard; Conductor, J. Lawson; Chaplain, W. B B H Lenard, R.S.V.G., T. H. Allen; L.S.V.G.. L. P. Wilson; R.S.S., H. R. S., D. F. Kannerman, OG, S HelKig Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 NG.B E n'lusuli, A. Marlowe; R.S.N.G., J. Bro- efore returning to home in Southampton. Miss Mary B. MaeAuJey left for. h-r lorae in' Southampton a few days ago. Miss MacAnley and Miss Knowles, ho have formed the teaching staff he Coalhurst school, "vill-not rfttuni t term. The feeling is general that he school work for the past term has ieen very ably handled, and most grat fying to tbe parents. The estimable young ladles will be much missed in he community. 'LOST JN MIO-OCEAN" AT THC EMPRESS The spectacular Vitagraph feature 'Lost In wtict comts to the Empress, July 13 and 14, Monday and Tuesday, is a thriller. Kidnapped n Japan f ran her huekand, tae young wife escapes from her villainous cap- tors. Sae sails for America. The steamtr Writes an ice-berg and Is lost STARLAND MONDAY OUR MUTUAL GIRU STARLANB In mid-ocean. Clinging to part of the wreckage, the girl is saved. A3 trace of her husband, is lost until ahej Is rescued from a burning and they are strangely united. A: drama. thrilling adventures and startling eiperiences with the follow. ing cast: Leona Bryce, Maurine Ras> mussen; Mr. Bryce, her father, I erlck Montague; Tagisha, Cooper; Richard Manley, A. D. Vos. burgh; Harold Mareden, W. E. Par- sons; Japanese Peddler, Otto Ledererf Japanese Spy, Ceorge Kunkel. Your Hair Needs Parisian Sage IT QUICKLY REMOVES DANDRUFF, STOPS FALLING HAIR AND SCALP ITCH. Is full of dull, and never do up to look .pretty, do not think it must" be so. Beautiful haJr. thick, fluffy, lustrous and absolutely free is only a matter of a little care. Hair is like a needs attention. A little Parisian-Sage, one of the most helpful and invigorating tonics, frequently applied and well rubbed in- to the scalp, will wcrk wonders. Just. one application stops itching head, re- moves daJidruff, cleanses the .hair and scaip of all .dust and excessive oil. It. goes right to the Mr roots stimulat- ing them and furnishing the nohvisli- inent. that .is hair be- comes soft, fluffy, abundant and rad- iant, with life. Parisian Sage not only saves tho hair and stimulates it to grow long and heavy but gives It thai lncompar; able gloss and beauty so much desired by both girls and women of all ages. a bottle from your druggist at oboe. Use ft as directed and if .you are not both surprised and 'dellghtm] with results lie will return your mon- Parlsian Sage.fs.faintly perfumed- no lasting sticky or greasy, and sold In 60 cent bottles at drug and toilet coulters everywhere. no otaer Accsyt ;