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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta iiy, .June ,8, 1012 DAILY 11KHALD i THK Gi HOT WBATIII JK IT KETPS THE SCALP THE HAIR BEAUTIFUL .Now Is llu> time lo bcgiii'llie use uf Newbro'u llorpleldi'. Pi'uhhi'er is hero .null II la during the wiinll jjionths'lhat the, dandruff gci'in moBt de Hlructlve Work. lie warncri In time. Ths sei-a: sha-fc CHIISOB dantlruff Is no respcclor of pur- tons. Tlio head resting upon arlsto- crajlc Bhoitldcrs Is as open to allack' from Ihis-germ -ilioua-ln humbler (inheres. The germ Is there working industriously and destructively, throw- Ing up llle dcnrf skin as evidence. Tho Is dull, brittle and lacks lustre. The hair aro dying 0110 Jiy pud .and Iho dcjul dry'liair Is dropping out. Thai Is what Iho dandruff germ Is do iufi. to Ihe ,linir of nine hundred imi 1 peispns otrL of every thot'i- Bahd. As a preserver and cultivator or Ib o hair nothing Is equal lo Newbro's He r- plcldu. It jjlvca the hair a snap af.d. life, a radiance and luxuriance llmt liiin ho.olitiiliietl In no olher way. The dead, dull- apiliJariiiicc chiiriicterlstc :0i gei'ih-liifesle.d. i---1'-: shine and heau-ty aud'Klliih- mer of truo hair huallh. Tu ue njsiireti of rcsuits- always" in- sist upon 'having' geimlito Hcrplclde. It kills the genus llutt eaiiseh daiuli-ufi1 prc-vouts the hair from falling out'and stops Itching of Ihe scalp. There Is nothing "Just as good.'1 Is- sold- ln-ilO- ceirtb'Tand everywhere: Vour. dealer will supply you gunr- ilntcc It 'to do as claimed or refund your 'money. '''Applications I.ohta'.ucd at the heller barber shopg and hair dressing parloi-b. Send 11) cents- 111 postage or allver for sample bottle and booklet tellinu; ill nbont 'Hie hair, to the llerplcide jo., Dopl. S., Detroit, Michigan. J. D llBlnhothain are. specla: igenls. Train'in the "City (Cpnliniiod fi'om front RAILWAYS BLAMED FOR Merger Will Build Vessels .to Handle the f' Business Toronto, Ont., June KM bourne, vice-president of the C anadi Cement -Company, "interviewed I HI'IF anorniug, made; a stnlemont 'iis'lto th( .-'coiiipany's-sido of the re gai-dlus scarcity of cemdiit Jin'the said .Mr. .Kill bourne, "is not one of tariffs at all, but ol transportation. There !s a chronic g'. scnrcily of cars In Canada dm ,-lug working period of the year. At Lhe V, liresent niomeiit, the Caiiada Cem-ent Company has iu store over JL 'million 1 iliurrels of-, whlchni) lye been acciiiiiulr.ting -or li'avi-: gatioii 1'ast year a't Sound, IIul.j. .Ppi-t Colbq rue. That anloiint will not be "heeded''to siipply'' 1jie eastern demand, and wo should be exlreniely glnd if. we were .in a posi- I ion to send It West immo nialelj-. "There will, be ceinent for Ontario-- and ..the. .easieni vproviuces, and If the" raiUviLy companies, could handle there would he plcnly .of .cement -also hit Ihc entire West. At Calgary and Ed- monton, have .plants turning out barr.els'ot 'cement a month. We have a grinding mill at Winnipeg with a capacily of barrels'a day. We .purpose to add lo (hat-plant it. burn- ing plant, so- that we- will make ,1-eiueiit .the spot. tra'nsportallon jiroblcm ;--.i's, however, o'hr worst difficulty, and.'-the board of the Canada Cement Company has adopted ,tp.'iiurchasc 01; build lo he -coiiiimiiy's trade. They "Will have a capacity of full canal size, and will on each trip cnrry Ions of cement West, b town. .Scores uf rarmei's had attach- ed their names to Ihc petllioii ii'nd it. puts up agaijist it hav- ing to lUIII.dpWII HO ninny rCHIJCSU.' lli Is.jusl-.iis pleasant visiting'the irain at.night as in Hie il'ay large dynamo furnishes the current tt'llich :nakesjhc ciirs briftlitness. is of bllicials from Hie (inns rhu know the uroccss of ram A lo mid mi trouble cidercd loo grcai. in explaining; iiiji nswering .iiuesiinns. Of course, wh'ci. here is a big cfiish these chats have o hi) brier, hut ample lime, is o niakc a careful examination S Ilic evhihit and permit of the design-, of the trip being fully carried out. the location of the three other large [coal mines which are proposed, and Statistically the train is. not-.Jvith-; rcalizc'd'that' is iiiiieeii'a out iulercst. The'liflV-foiir cxliibils rcoal '.city., tepresent a total iiivcstnrjiit in ..Can- came next, and the Ex- ada of .periincutal Farm' was. visited. Super- lil'U-bt-aachus .and employment-intcndi-nt, Pairdcld showed what had 10 luur-n done .with tlic farm since it was cdilor daVe" lioT inTblTsh. For-Instance', I'romptly at ten "o'clock this m'or'n-! acquired a ago, when it was "Jc daro "Pl imbllsh- Ihe: nnine of the ing, (latch, President Ei'- A. j virgin Though not quite s- UV "Is. wife on Cumiihgham, of- the Board of Trade, modi.'l farms o ACHURCpAN BEAT IS WIFE Pincher Creek Has Good Sized: Sensation- Threats Made I'iiioher Creek. June. Echo says: "If I ho .average" newspaper mail lo print half Ihe Information ho aunnhlos across Iii -Ills -dally hunt for lews, ll'u u pretty safe bet that the average newspaper uian would uccome a dead one in a Very short time. Peo-' tie oftq.ii want, to. kick the editor for what he Ills paper, hat if half or those k-now what an (Milieu1 learns bill does :iiot print, thei' v.-ould hall him as nn angel of peace Unusuail dfrrr airis and mercy. Secretary g, c. .I'1. I'.-Upny- .tj'c castrrn L-cai-o.fchair'm'atn ol'the Vcceptiori com- lies of the west, as a great fanning hillce and other members of the ex- counlry shown.. ..Wheat in the cculivc Acre- Scully j-hoot.which will .be. ready 10 "cut with- aiiil shown' through -the Lrain. .These" months was shown. Every ollicials expressed surprise at-., the j uj.hibiled. The cimiplcleiii.'ss of the exhibit; compact-! looking; exceptionally well this, ness of arrangements anil'there "was nothing of iih- inchiMisivcness of it. all. LL was au portaucc overlooked :ihy the visitors. cyc.-opcner, aii "revelation, oi 'Lethbridgc tides: not nce.l to con- fine itself to wheat "and said flip. of Canadian industry.. ''The (lain wn's at first parked'onc interested mcinbcr oi the parly, down iii' the aconsiderable dis-i "'iny thiiig-canjbb'-growii here, and I lance from liie .station, was inoyed should think, with-'the mining mar- up to Ihc depot, and the morning at-i close l.ellihriilgc tendance exceeded all expectations. A one 'of pic best mixed [arnr- big was expected this afternoon district's .in the .west." f and evening. Nearly everv exhibitor lyq exujct ip bc. able Jo. jiu cliiise 'so'llie 'lit "'least-' shrp immediately, and those-that cannot b will be biiilt before n. season." V HON. SIMMONS' A DJVISION ID to the1 HVraldr Calgary, .Time number spectators .were in court yesterday "a[ .lernpoil, when the Ti-ml-Vvus heard-iu-iiiier of Frit JOueiiE, who was condef piled -to denll .'on Juiie (I was madt -on the following diiestl law; i. "As to wheltier' -l.lic Judge, Mr fd in..directing Ihc.jui'y Ibat there wo re. only-two .nslble conclusions ,'they! could ..come to: a.verdict of gnUCy off aV-Vr- diet o-' not guilty, of and- that Iliey could not. Ihe tiiieslion of manslaughter al.jnll. -As the Judge erred .in refusing, to instruct the'.jiiry that if. they found (be -crime' was com- 'J.milted by the.accrised without.malice, Miey were bring In a ver- dict of manslaughter. 1 'As to the Judge erred in not the jury as to what" constituted of murder, and differ- ence botweun the two offences. 5.. .As to whether the Judge erred'sti'ucting' lliel-'eyi.- dence of "witiie-sses, to? nnd hearing