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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta NOT BECOMING FOR YOUNG WOMEN Unsightly Grey and Faded Hair not have beautiful, daih, glossy natural colored Ualr, tull of Mi fe 'an J >oar- telf yovjujs looking and fascmat- tug? It's fio easy aud simple 10 it you v.Ul Kfrl u botUo ot Hay's Hair Heallh today. You'll notice a change after ono or Ho qukfcly tha grey hairs how plcasy, lull ol life and vitality Hay'a Hair Jlealtb will VeejJ jour hair. Your druggist Is soU- jtig more Hair Health than olbprs, because lie knows it's the mtwt sallsfajctory lip nicest, ted cleanest to use and really restore color to grey hair. For sale and recommended ly iho Cross Drug Co. IJJock. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEUALD Page.9 A FASHIONABLE WEDDING 60UTH-3 FIO'HT FOR MIXED FARMING BEARING INor'SVcBt Farmer) Mixed farming blBlory T-as made al the recent Mixed Farming Convention hold al -Tho kocn IntertBt manlCeaicd by everyone present to en couraged the backora of this tnovo to triag back the south countr> through the growing of more live slock that It decided to make the Mixed Farm- tug convention an annual event. The attendance, though not a record-break- er for such an Great, ae usuallj fl td, was as good as could he eipec when such a convention held at a Urno ttben farmer Is In a Ogfat to get hia crops in tile ynmnd at the earliest possible day. The EuiMen change from ranching to farming in the districts oE the south have thrown, the Itvo stock end of the of farming Into tlic discard, epeasing from tho practical slascl- point of canning enough lite stcck io! take care ot a share of the grain crops. The cnauge has hecn.ioo sud- den, leaders now realize, and the elfort to get back into live in- to such an extent'as to balance farming operations Is now the Idea that absorbs their attention. Those few ranchers vrlio have stuck to sheep and cattle tbpugh the transformation has brought the settler to the r.uichlng country have continued io money uhl'e the.farmer has had la fight for eiiatehce. again el winds, lack ft moisture, narrow rcarfcets. weeds end other handicaps. Vr-'ilh tho intraductton of more live Ktoc-fc growing, especially sheep and hcgs. in toese.dlsrrlcls the salvation j 6f these "farmers "in fist' "Xcis'j must be shipped out because, it I? needed for feed. The success of. jtho lew who have started growing live tlock vrili 1 nspS ro oIhers to start. 'More stock will mean less weeds, and weeds arc becoming a' pest in those cultivated sections svrept by driving winds tho greater part ot the year. Packing hous'ea, cold storage A striking action1 picture'at the Gordon MabKeruIe, ,6 Montreal, and Miss Dorothy Beardmore, of Toronto, as they left the churc! after the cercmany. and Block yards will'also follow as this country la filled up with, I live stocfc. Altogether the prospect of iho south "comltg back" as a live stock section 13 gelling Letter annual- ly. With a broad progressive, cam- uajigri for live stock continually ham- mefed'at th6 people such as baa been launched by this convention at Ixj bridge, the ncccssHy of this form of fanning will ha much more quickly grasped by tho farmer In general Lethbrldgo started something worth In this conrenffoij, and has the bcst of an thoeo who are roelU' interested in a better Canadian West. An Annoying Epetd t-lfnti An roan nearly eighty years ol walked ten milca from IiU Iiorae to 3 adjoining town. When he reachc his deslinatton he was greeted wit seme astociEliment by uu "abc'e. i-' J "You walked all thc the I t'er exclaimed: "How dtd. jou "Oh, first rate1." the oiil man r plied, genially. "That IE, Tdid 11U camo lo that Blgn out tliere] ,'31o Dowivto 15 Miles an Th kept me back Cot paclon. THAT BRAND NEW LAWN MOWER MILADI EDITED BY -INO" Cfflcs 1224 Ret- m> tid what is so raie a day ia Jliae! Then, il ever, come porlecl heaVffl tries Ike if it te in tune, And o'er it eoftl} frer varm ear lays. James Lowell. "Among all the (siSaR t-t cbarac- r, do not forget to lullnate that gratitude. U a arrath to trail tUt uill things grow .ir.J U.IGM, hopes words deeds ithaut' say a'.d Ihe a Joyous aank You Mrs. McKiltop is tp- _iorrow afternoon ftui.i (o-r to six a courtesy lo Miss Helen Murray, i At lie regular meeting of the j man's Home Missionary society ol cor cbutcli LIII: cuutucu cri the mark, contribufing sometbing oier J20 in all. .OF .INTEREST TO WOMEN I PA GETS UP AT 4.30 A, M, TO CUT THE GRASS, Tt.e veslry ol St. Mary's churc wIH meet in (he parish halt .at dgh o'clock tomorrow Cyprian'3 Junfoi Brolhprhoo St Andrew wlU meet at cigh thirty this evening and the senior at nine o'clock. T The Ladles' Aid of the-First Ba1. tlst churcli wilf meet on WctJnesda afternoon wftd Jfrs. Jtoorly, Ktg! (centh St, X, enlng. UJtcs' .Hd cf Weslsy cbtirrh will holrt a business meeting on Wcrt- nesday aftciaoon. Importnnt hujiness tnjkes necessary a full attendance Tht Companions ,ol the Forest will hold ihelr regular meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) the meeting (hty will the Ancient Or- der of Foresters and their The Chrlstfao Endeavor ol St. An- drew's church will bold a consjcra- tion rr.ee-tmg tomorrow nljht, when Miss Williams will tnkc, the (oplc, '.'The Ideal Chrjstiao; His Bible Study." There are invHallona and invita- tions, b'ut some Invitations arc given In such a -way as to be little Bliort of demandB, because leave abso- :ly no loophole, of escape. Sa often you hear people say: "1 am going to auch and tsuch a place tonight, but I don't want to go a bit." Of couree tlia one speaking may be decidedly Insincere, but Js It not. oiten the hogtess1 fault, when she In sifts ovtn though the wonld-ne guest gently bjt firmly declines? H IB oiten the case, that the invited one really wishes lo accept, but for good and sufficient reasons (beat, known to herself) finds it best to dtcline. I the over anslous hostess insists be ycind foe point of good tasle, unti the (nvilattori _ls finally accepted, she lacks the very essence of true boa pitatity, for a hostess' cbleE joy Is her guestVpleasure. Nor should, this tnaistehco be con fused wilh cordiality. Xo one wll accept a luke warm, hall-hearted in yitatlon, yet demRnding acceptance an Invitation can convoy beyond lh ad ow' of doubt th e tho'u ghtj, woti> nUI doubtediy remember how you T Invited to homes, of your pupils naturally yoii found more con genial In aome homo than others, you 'dared not (OD pair strange that a hostess would 'wish I entertftfri A who would rathe tot co'rae, but such is often the e Ifow.one in A h wlitre ihe guest is net treated such, hut as one of the family. For mal tnlerUlnltig nat'urally has it: place, but how thoroughly restful H I Juftt lo.drop a ftome whure tner is no (usilng or worrying over thl Or tbit, and where one can relax an enjoy, eiie and com ion t hwtt'i in UD (iiUntitloua ID thl age'at Uaat a luxury, the fuirth truth ol InORe familiar rorcls of Gol (3mUh: j Uleai bo that apof, whort chcerfu The one Is of Japanese silk v.itK four pearl buttons and a roll s usueaij decollete. The other a pr'acttcal sports' ahlrtwafat. .atigli at'the Jests never fail. cr pranks thai sigh with yit> at some mournful tLe bashful stranger to Lii IcoJ, Vk'U Icam Ihe luxury of doing good. of self, EO a eound and sen- sible self-esteetn is the best cure tor It. For, It OEO I love liafl proved untrue to me, it ought to show me that she unworlhy of ray angrr. As Le Rochefoucauld saj-s, sons who avoid causing Jealousy who are worth being jealoua of." The.trouble lies in the fact that love Ic-ordlDatcty raises our self-com- placence, and, IB small souls, to be loved gives a sense of boasting pride; bence suspect tta.Ut.iie tiattcry _of love has ttiey fly into a passion of wrath. To love, is to forgtvo.- f Lovo ".means Jealousy means A Ulllt Sermon for a By the I'mo lines tire read, a ou never Haie truly tried. Oh, you "may have spurted every now and then, but you flelucltd yourself when sou thought you'd put'all your heart1 and soul into the effort. At last herc'a proof tfaat you are Just a plain qmlltr. ]f a one-kgscd man got the best of you In a hundred yard dash, jruu would not the none lo say that you ran a good race. Here's a woman who began without Bight, hearing, or speech and she baa made more of and for herself wilh tho two senses of touch'and smell tban you hate achieved with all tho en1- dowmcnls .gave Alexander tno Great, Arcliimcde, '1'Iato, Julius Caesar, Sir Issac Newton, Jllchael Angelo, Nnpoleon Honaparte', Hobcrt FuKon, Abraham Lincoln and Thos, With the left hand of Fame resting upon Ihelr tablets and her right hand poked above the head of Helen Kel- ler, talto another look at drop that bushel basket In which you bfPn try'fS.to measure and cur up in your wife's Woman's World, JEALOUSY When ws are Jealoui we imagine IL Is because we (ove to Touch, But jealouiy hat nothing to do with love. lave all. nothing more than a disease of j el Move. Our, Jealous rage Is violent exactly In proportion as our vanity Is efl, our pride galled. Vet, aj Jealous? eprlnga from an When Grandma Was Young "Dear, dear, dearl" exclaimed the lady after she bad fio.isfced the popular novel that had beon re- commended by her beautiful grand- daughter. "J'.ist to thlnfc of It! I eighteen my mother used td hide the New York ledger from mft because she was afraid the stories in it were ttfo BensaUoDal for a yomjr: girl to llccord aid. ounr: George Uadley and Leo Bescoby Sere killed' when aa auto upset at irandon. Two other men were in- ured but thrr.e women escaped. THE FIRST LADY OF CUBA Menocafi, the wife of (hi President of Cuba, HEC ta a. NaDrai'o laxatives good tor cUtdien thty in pleasant to la action, do not irritjU' tit bowds nor ienfy for eontlnoaj or IttrtMti dosn. T0" Dtugpsfs. ;