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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FriHUY. JULY IS, THE DAILY HEIULD, PAGE ELEVW Make'this' Necessary Mttn SwirnrmriB Hple l-'avorltc Spot ill Hist-sight, gave a fancy-dress-ball Imprcslioii.', PreOiii'.ork' ni'un was very realistically represented .by. a gentleuijin iu a iiunuy-sttck 'with less-holes cut out of tlic bottom and arm-hales oat of the lop coruets. Another rather striking was-a glossy, black gown wlilcli. with the llgt're ou which it hung, inailu a good impregnation of a twecn a scare crow and u Itussiln Hcvcilll Vciuhu Peoplti.-TaUo.LlWI lioy Has j ed .Morn" (male) was veprcsenleil by a Nasly Accident geiitleiivan In a tight fitting o( J summer underwear. I _ 6 J H. Welsh lias none nurlb to1 vls'hilUv of asiinx Ids Cliaulauqua i people-.'In view of crai conditions and ot tbcv hnyrobablllty of Ine affair proving to call oft their cnterbinnient 'or this year. The serelafy' was Instructed to comiriunl- id the iiianagement n report of the conditions In the difr trict and to ask for the cancellation vl tlio Barons contract. On Sunday half llie population went letting qu tlio Old Man land Clarke eldest son ol Clarke. Both youuj people arc well throughout this soutb. Mr. Clarke lias been principal of tbe Wtr- 'ner school tor some lime and has ac- Iu a'Vpol in the back-watera'of tho Old MaiV. south of White l.ase, .much frequl'iifco for bathing purposes', some ralher'-'unlque bathing costumes ma> lillil t------------ sra-cts In tlial part of tlio country Bishop Levl Darker. I he happs con- is lii'lng excellent. Thcv i-clnrii tolple wen- MUs Mabel Marker,, HuAar id-day and expect to remain I daughter of Mr. and MM. I.evl "arXer iLere until after the M" BELLEVILLE SOLDIER ACQUITTED KINGSTON'. -July Gunner Mossmau. ot Belleville, who celled that position tor thu neil term, was Irieil at llairietleld yesterday by They left on Monday morning (or found not guilty oil Biinff. At the station llie.v were show- liie charge of committing an assault on an officer in, llplgiuni In Novem- ber. 1918. Ucut.-Col. Crocker president ot the Mossman.was released and returned to his Lome in llcllevllle. lie-will be paid for illie ue twaiumto --7 but uoiiie .of ..tliosellime he ha3 been under, arrest worn by llarons visitors last Sunday I man'-served In Irom rebrimry. ,ro dofeervliig ol extra-spcdal, men- 1915. until and was tion "flic array ot fancy I a good soldier throughout Ills service. with their many iid good wishes hy If you want to 'A, Save! More than 90% of the vyorld't successful men began poor, but they learned early to save. Saving made ihem thrifty, and thriftbuild s character-self-denial. will to succeed. Build for success by opening a Savings Account here to-day to it regular- ly. Interest paid every six months. Ilulli Hasuiussen, youngest daUgllter ot Mr. and Mrs. B. Ilasmus- 1 1 sen and t'larence' Jensen of Aetna. were married last week Marker. A bundle show by Bishop I was given _ i! the Long Beautiful Hair that is Rightfully Yours f Short, scraggly, unsightly 'is..rnore of a .habit Aan1 anything' eiac.- -Hair must have ''intelligent care. Merely coVnbing and washing will not Keep it in a healthy condition, and give you the abundance of naif nriture intended you" should have. should Ic used at frequent interrals, because it keeps the scalp free from dandruff ami harmful matter due to perspirat'iun. Herpicida Jieeps 'the i scalp in a. healthy condition permit- ting hair to have its normal growth and sheen. It is astounding how many ''men! anVl wbrrien will go. through lifewith fTJ' little o> ho hair they. f ;vihavc'iriV very urihiealthy 'condition, whcn iit'a very small cost, they 'could, get Ncwbro's Herpicide and 'save and beautify their hair. Hcrpicidc'is and. gfiaranteed drug and department stores every- where.. Applications atbarber shops. 10 in stamps or coin today and booklet ori the care thihair. Address: The Hcrplcide Co, Deptt 1SO-B, Detroit', U.' S. A. in honor of the hrlde at the home of j lu-r parents. She was the recipient ot a number of beautiful and useful gifts. Another marriage ot interest to Ma- erath people is that ot Mrs. limma I Shoults and Mr. Carson, they arc well known in end around Masralli. -We] all join in wishing the liappy couples lone prosperous lives. 1'rivate Jay Anderson returned on Saturday from overseas, wliere he has spent some time In (lie country's ser- vice. He is looking fine and says he Is glad to set home. Jack the three-year-old son ot Lieut, and Mrs. H. q. Swift, met with a very serious accident week. He climb- ed up on a motorcycle which was left standing on the street H dumped over with him. cultUig his head, and tiicb and bruising liis'liody badly. "Med- ical was sulnnioned and the'llttle fellow is progressing nicely. The three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mlit Oiub had the misforuinu to lie ridins oil a load ot hay which dump- ed over. Ho was under Ihc load and when discovered the pitch frok hid run in his face, entering the side of the i'.ose and came out near the eye. it was a miraculous escape. Ho is about all right now. Mrs. Ben'! Hooil entertained the iariics aid on Friday afternoon, the occasion being-the election of officers for the. coming year. The officers uro as lollops: v 1'res.ident, Miss, V.'hilt; .Vice-Pros., Mrs. Staffer.; 'Secretary, ijlrs. Jlrs. Phillips; 1 Social Committee, Jlrs. eon-' vcnor. Mrs, Lamb, Mrs. Roberts, Miss Gegi and Miss Fulwuod as assicilitcs; Visiting Committee. .Mrs. Phillips. Mrs, king and The .foliow- tarties were present; MesdoniEs There those-wiio (great beat wliliMriww prevailing on Tuesday and Weilnoau'ay to the forest I fires lliat are ras'ni; In the (ami in tlic Harceo llu-! i not wind blowing from that there is some reason fcr this theory. Ill C'alssry. on Wednesday, til was! registered uu Kighth Avenin-. Thf 1 atmosphere was smokcy and a ho' I i wind blowing from Ihc lleserviv j i BRITISH MINERS WANT i SMALL INCOMES EXEMPTED LONDON. July minei'i' federation unani-' niously carried a resolution urging i-i-! ymptton of incomes tinder and I i also the exemption of soldiers' ami pensions from income lax.' BLUE RIBBON TM It's all in the taste! Thesecret of the great demand for Blue Ribfoon Tea is because it is in harmony with your idea of what a high class tea should be. We know youll like it. ___It's- all in the taste. <0 'Health and Happiness Women of Irxlay ser-m to "listen lo pTRry fall of duty except the supicrrmom-. lliat. tells tliciu to fiiiircl .llieir lii-allli. Ikuiio dntios, r-burcli clutic'K, war thr; for cliarH.-.blc entcrimscs soon Irarl ivotnqn to nvcnlo. oiiHness, headaches, backaches ituti female art; inevitable insult, riiiladclplna. was verj weak. p.l. na75 lired. niy liack ached, aril 1 fell sirkly most of (lie tiiue. I went to a doctor and lie said Miad perrons icdigcstion. atidtd to my weak condition, kept me worry injr most of ilic III; taid if 1 could not slop lliat, I not tfcl well. 1 In-ard so much aboul. l.jdia 11 1'irjltiiam'B Vrgct.iblo Com- pound ni.v husbaud me to try it. f took it for a week and felt a little better. I. kept, it np for three, months, and I feel fine arid can rat anything now without distress or nervousness. Health and Ye-1-, I hive Ijotli J. AVoRTULlNE. Korlh Tajlor Street. Hiiladclphia. !'a. Tltft innjorily women nowadays nvoiilo, there an; m ninny tlcniainis their timo tint! strength; the result is invariably a weakened, rnn-doivn nervous condition wild he.iilaches, lack- Mlic, irritability uti'l tlnpicssion tintl soon siitire seriotis ailments. Uovelop. Avoiil Ihtiiii by lakiiij in tiiim fcn, Felsar. Clirislciisou. Anderson, Gegi. ItouqrW Floyd'-and and Moore'.'li.issoa and Tulwootl. A: delightful iuhcli was serv- ed by the by Mrs. Roue'r'ts, 'May llood: Clnr.i Statfciij.and Mildred Moore.- The liest meeting-will of Mrs: I'ryde....- Mrs. McOnn entertained a number of little lots on Saturday afternoon, the occasion being in honor of little Annie Griffith's third birthday. Tho table looked pretty with vases of cut Rowers and the birthday cak6 which was centre ol, attraction. Little Annie rccpivcj a number of pretty presents. Those present were: PhTlis Palmer. Flora Palmer, Gencil Paul- sen, Jlanrlcc Lloyd, finest Palmer, Jlrs, Palmer, Mrii. Ned Palmer-and Mrs. Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Forsylh spent a Slew days visiting In Cardslon and [Glcnwood the past-week. We regret very much to record Jho denlh of Ihoicichl months old baby of and Mrs. Ohery., Funeral ser- vices wcroi held on Saturday. i l KEESBWICK. EtlKlailtt, Julv The miners' 'conference decided al- most unanimously- today to co-operate- with the government it it is prepared to undertake antl'i put. into operation tho economics in the coal industry1 suggested in the first report o! Justice i Sniikey anil .to introduce legislation for tho nationalization' of coal mines. By an tlie i coiitereiice decided'not to give the asked for by Uonar Law in the of debate on nigrit. the time it the leaders of.llie miners would undertake that ther.e s'hould Vie no Mbppage or- strike -in .uieantime, jlie sovernmcul would accept the sug- gestion of William Brace, of the South Wales Miners' federation, thai a coin- apfiointcd and dial the six shilling .increase, in the price, of coal be postponed for three months. Ludia E. Pinkham's V j'L'-V v NO SPECIAL PREFERENCE. FOR DOMINIONS' GOODS LONDON, July plyllng to a motion by Hon. A. 1! Shaw, for Kllmaniock, wlnc projmsed the nbolil'-on of lucopG tax oii'prclits from the sales of'doinin foils' .produce in tlio' United KinBdom Chancellor Chamberlain declared Ib result of the motion "would be to giv lireferciice. lo tho manufacturers c the dominions si3 coniiiared with th homo producers. Tlie niollon_was re jcctcd by a vole of ..C to '13, Weary and f Languid and 7 Depressed and Despondent 7 it'r1 1 Therefore promolca new SprUCe Up I new ttood, new 'nerve iV'.'vi'riat you need is a fqice anJ new back the glorious feeling of robust healtli buoyant spirits and the in It is ,J i f i need. Your ayjlern is like A plant for want of YMler, And just as water revives a plant, new lite and vitality W inn down constitutions. ia moic Irian a f is A V food nil in one. The new vny i The benefit begins Sioro the d os i. Yo u can feel i t d ing you can lee) your jylterasurcharged with ncwvitalitf and new life. weakness and tnd uc. to ninny health. a uriott couise of Wincarais at once. Buy it boltlo Re- mertbetWinearnis ia liicrl and true. recommended by the medical pioftsiion all over the woud. HERMIT MURDERED MONTREAL; July ue- Sawbriifge herinit, was ranr- dcred. Such was tho conclusion of the coroner's jury, ufler an Inquest Iield vcbtenlay afternoon at Saw- bridge. The victim lived in a shAck on the border of the ing himself by making asii handles; which he sold lir Sawbridgc, or beg- s his food when the axe handle I iiiduslry was poor.' He was marrieil. but some three years ago. had parted from his Jnntlly after a-qtmrrcl-with his wile and hail taken to his solitary (e. UFT OFF CORNS WITHFlNGERS So'away with v bluei. Get back AiV Ootttii. Cot it at Buy Culicura Soap When You Buy A Safety Razor Am nior efBciency. Mo tral no efimy soap, no Rtrms, no waste, no Pmlaliorl aaivhta sharedtyk; d.lry touch fipots ol dandruff o irritillon. U with Cutfcurt Oirimcjt 'run bathe and shampoo wilh came cak of KMO. One left utck-.Km! plarine "Makft a (food carbf tier Doesn't htirt and coslJ Drop a little Frceipne on an ach corn. InaWnlly "that cfrii stops harl tng.ilhc'n you lift II right out, magicl liolllc bi; R'.I.UW ft'n'fs at1 liny-'drtig Biore.'but i eiifficlenl to remove.jjivcij; hard eorn sofj'.corn. or corn Wcwc'tin tlie Iocs amf'ihe soreiicss o I'rrlihtlon. Frcezono nOnBtillonal ili cry of a Cincinnati gentus. It it wo .lorfnl "IT H reentry uJe 011 is tectiocJcn rnperiai Potarlntend othtr fxvJutla manufactured. i Expert Refining the experience and sUl of Canada's