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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, THE LETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD PAGE'NINE "MADE IN CANADA" know how hard it in to Uio hot tliolr lialr. The por- spiratlou'exudes >liiinoroaaod ciuantltles, carry- ing with it waste, poisonous gorm mutter, which, unless removed, promptly clogs the pores and Irritates the scalp. Tho difficulty of keeping .tho huir and; scalp, aweet and clean in tlie summer 'only renders tlio use of NlDWBHO'8 HBRPtCIDE more Imperative. Destroys Dandruff, Keeps The Hair and Scalp, Sweet, Clean and Sanitary. There is nothing that will give greater com- fort on a hot (lay than an application of HERPI- CIDE. It Induces a sense1 of coolness and cleanli- ness besides Impartim: health and strength' to tlio hair. One's personal uharm and attractive- uoss is finhancod by tho increased gloss and beauty of the hair due to the intelligent use of HI'jll'PIClDE, society's beat known scalp prophy- lactic.' If the hair ho wot from bathing either in fresh or salt water, HERFIOIDB quickly restores the natural fhirtinesfi and softness. II stops itching of the scalp almost instantly. The dainty ex- nuisite odor makes NEWBRO'S HBRPICIDE an ideal hot weather hair dressing. When you start away on your summer outing, have a bottle in your grip.- Send ten cents for sample bottle.Uo-the- HER- PIC1DE COMPANY, Dept. 140-B, Detroit, Mich. Applications at the better barber shops. Sold and guaranteed at all toilet goods count- J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. SPECIAL AGENTS.. VES, GIKLS, TIIKV 1IAVK AJRKJVKl) AT LAST TVORY SOAP cleans thoroughly because of its-purity and copious lathering quality. It cleans harnv lessly because of'its freedom from excess alkali and inferior rnaterials. It will please you better than the soap you now use. NEARLY 1 IY01YSOAP IT Procter A Gamble-Factories in Hamilton, Canada The hoop skirt promises to be a popular mode' the'coming season. The above creation is of pale blue faille silk trimmed-with-bands of silver and tiny rosebuds. Panels of white net which form the Bleeves and bodice are inserted in tho side of the skirt. PHONE 1224 GERMAN CRUISER FRAIHVENLOB Officially admitted missing by iieriln. in the naval battle oft the Skagerrak. American Legion An additional recruit in the person of W. T. Wallace, an American, was taken on by the American Legion yes- terday. Tlio Legion have been re- moved again to tho Salbcrg grain offi- ces, on Thrill Avonuo, in the Hull block.. NEWFOUNDLAND WILL RECRUIT FOR THE NAVY St. John's June make, iip tortile losses .suffered by naval forcesMn the recent North sen Newfoundland au- thorities began making plans today for a "special Campaign. An effort will -bo made to send forward men 'aa the colony's share, NO M.UM. wall OMtte thut KM contain hu Ml Hi Maud Uw E.W.6IUETT COMPANY LIMHtD OMT, Last Night's Storm Brings The Total RainfaJ! for May and June to 5.35 After a week of ideal growing wea- ther Southern Alberta was last night visited with a drenching rain which fell in torrents during the early hours of last evening.and fell steadily all night, bringing down ,GG inches of moisture. This brings the total for the month up to 1.S8 inches, and for May and June to date 5.35 somewhat in. excess of last year's re- cord. Everybody is happy over the rain except "Billy" Morris, street superin- tendent. He has been working faith- fully for four days dragging the streets in an effort to get them into some sort of condition, and now they will be cut up again as badly as ever; But the farmers smile. Grain has been growing over an inch a day during the warm spell, and the present.rain will assure a good crop with a couple of showers later. Rather a peculiar phenomenon Is noted In Southern Alberta 'this' year. Owing to the lack of prepared land; farmers .were forced to burn off'thou- sands at acres of stubble and seed the land without plowing. This :iand is showing the best crop sown with the possible exception of sum- merfallow. It seems to assimilate the moisture better, and If. the weather conditions are good from now on will yield just as the1 better pre- pared land. Farmers also state that; in spite of the heavy rains, the weed crop is not nearly so formidable as that of last year. Some seeding of late oats and flax ban been in progress during the past few days but today's rain will put an end to seeding opera'ions for this year. The Art Needlework Club meets with Mrs. Williamson, 9th Street, on Monday afternoon. Mr. W. S. Ball, who has been visit- ing in Calgary, lunched with General Cruikshanks at Sarcee camp on Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Tainter, who were married last Saturday, have re- tufiied from their honeymoon and are living at. 502 M4th Street South. The president of the Dominion W. C. T. U., Mrs. Gordon Wright of Lon- don, Ont., who is touring the west, will give a lecture on "Women's Work in "War In Wesley church on Wednesdey night, June 14th, at eight uYIock Before the close of the W. A. con- vention yesterday, Mrs, Murrell- Wright presented the retiring presi- dent. Mrs. with a shower bouquet of red and white carnations [from the delegates, and Miss Tims presented her with a book from the members 'of the board. Mrs. Piukham was -presented with a bouquet of roses before she.left for her homo yesterday afternoon. The Wesley Onward Bihle Class teacher-JDr, j; at 10 o clocix tomorrow morning at tl usual place The class has had a very successful .year, having thirty members- on the roll. They regret very much losing Hev. Wni. Buchanan, who was their teacher for some time It is hoped that there will be a-large attendance tomorrow.- Strangers are always welcome. The bad weather affected the at- tendance at. the Masonic, night, but those who braved the ele- ments had a splendid time. The com- mittee who were in charge of the dance were Messrs. B. Rennard, W, L. McKenzie and C. Alhvood. Mr. R. W Long was the of ceremonies The hall was decorated for the occa- sion with palms and ferns. Excellent music was furnished by Need's prches SAYS BUCK IS COMING BACK' Calgary, June Is coming was the sententious reply of Attorney-General C. W. Cross to a question as to whether or not the fugi- tive president of the Black Diamond Oil-Cp.v was'going to be extradited from Kansas. J. London, June only. by a lucky the Daily Newa correspondent: in. France, "that cer and Willlami fill into gnemy'i hands the day, fir Jullon Byng, the coral command- tr himielf, not c'apturld too, M ho had Intended accompanying General Mil cer Into the trinehM that mornlnf." The crowning virtue of mellow fruit flavors is not all there is to delight you in ADAMS' TUTTSFROTTl GUM The package itself is now more convenient. Each separate stick is wrapped by machinery in wax-paper and tm- foil. The outer wrapper of iach package a valuable coupon which you can for Regi- mental or College Shields. There are five mellow flavors from. Yoar dealer has Tmti prnul. ORIGINATORS tra. Among the guests vero Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKenzIo, Mr. ami Mrs. Allwood, Miss A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. "White, Mr. and Mrs. Mecch, Mr. ami Mrs. D. J. Hay, Misses Hazell, Miss Gibsou, Miss Johnson, Mrs.'W.'Scott, Mrs. A. E. Patter- son, Aird, Rose, Rennard, Kennedy, Smith and Miebacb. The Junior AV. of St. Auguatin's were addressed yesterday afternoon by Miss Honan, China, who told them about a girl's life in China and more, In the boarding school where she teaches. Four oE'the girls'were given their nminberahip "pins by' Miss Robbins and several others had'prizes presented to them for perfect attendance during the year. It interesting, to the oldsr people as well as to the juniors to hear about the manner in which 'the Chinese live. What seemed so strange was to hear that in China if you are invited to dine unless you make a very great uoise when eating, your hostess is offended as you could not have enjoyen" your meal. Etiquette In China ia a vastly, different thing than It io hero and -the different customs have to be learned or the'natives are offended. A little girl la always ranked as much Inferior to Jier brothers, as the Chinese always want their children .to be bojs It there are no boss thej si} We suppose girls are better than nothing. A very pretty and quiet wedding took Friday afternoon at Ma- cleod at home of the brides parents, .when -Miss Edith McFarqu- har, eldest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George was joined in holy matrimony to Mr. Harry C Winter m of Mr and Mis E London, England. The bride uho given awav M her father looked chaining in a prett> diess of white siifc crepe de chene adorned with lace lace and coional of orange blossoms She car ried a bouquet of white robes valley, lilies and asparagus fern; tied with white "SlfisT-Ielen Me jbarquhar sister of the bride who acted1 as. a.lovely droofi of shadow lace white silk and carried a bouquet of pink carna asparagus fern. The bride- groom was accompanied bj Mi. W. G A of Empress; man; The ceremony was performed by Rev John White. Miss-'Fenv the wedding, march. A few UajsV.ago" the bride received a miscellaneous shower from her girl friends. While both brine and bride- groom have been the recipients of nu- merous pretty gifts, among them being a handsome dinner ser- vice from .the employees, of the Hud- son's Bay" Co., amongst whom they were both very popular. The happy couple, left by the five o'clock train for where they, will spend their Tho brijle.'s travelling dress-was a navy "serge tullpretl ;cos- tumo, with white hat, trimmed with the palest .pink silk. ..-Mr. and Mrs. Winter :will reside In .Macleod.. Only Intimate 'friends' (of the: bride and present. CUNARDER" CAMPANIA .SAVED THE CREW OF THE WARRIOR L-ondpnt Jiine: of the ships engaged In the North Sea battle was the old Cunard llnor Campania, which acted as a seaplane ship. When the cruiser .Warrior was hard pressed by the German ships and .unable to DIOVR, tho Campania pushed herself between the Germnn.ships to the aid of (ho Warrior." threw a hawser aboard and towc'd Uio Warrior for 10 hours when the cruiser sank. The.Campania thus saving the crew of the .Warrior. 220 LACK AND EMBROIDERY TRIMMED HANDKERCHIEFS Used in window ami store decorating, slightly soiled iincl mttssod, regular tonight only, each SILK [XDERSKIRTS 15c In handsome colors of grey, sreen. black, blue. etc.. rich shot silk quality, repilar J3.B5. 1 A tonight only............................. Qtiilit SILK LLSLE HOSE For men. :tll sixes, in colors of black, etc.. reg. 4'jic, toniglu, 'A pair for KITCHKX CUTLERY SETS Containing fi pieces ol' hand finished cmltry, best steel used, tonight special, per .set JAM All kinds, with apple, 4 Ih. pails tonight special 39c I'lXEAPPLE Gold Bar Brand, regular Stic, tonight special per tin Ju- The Leth bridge hoard of trade has recently taken up the matter of .nat- uralization of aliens. The following memorandum on this important ques- tion was presented and approved at the regular meeting of the council of the board of trade this ''This matter arises on a communi- cation from the Winnipeg board of trade, dated May 10th, 1916. It has been discussed at two of our council meetings. It is generally conceded that the privileges of citizenship in Canada have beeu too readily granted to im- migrants, and without proper enquiry as to their fitness to as citizens and as to their knowledge and appreciation of the liberties and "bene- fits thus conferred. The law with re- to naturalization which .becomes fully operative after the end of 1917, requires five years' residence quali- fication and otherwise provides a be- coming dignity of procedure before citizenship papers are.granted; while in the meantime our. courts are ex- ercising a wise discrimination .in this important matter. It must be acknowledged that, as citizens of tins Dominion, we have been remiss in not endeavoring to ac- quaint immigrants from foreign coun- tries with their duties and privileges as residents In the Dominion, and thus far enabling them to prepare themselves for the taking up of their cltlienskip duties. We ought to take concerted and individual action to rectify this; and we may in doing so discover that we have not been apt to assimilate' many of the precepts and practices of properly directed thrift and industry that these immi- grants have brought with them. The practice of these virtues'by the citi- zens that we assimilate while tending to the improvement and enrichment of these citizens themselves will aid in the general prosperity of the .whole Dominion of Canada and of the Brit- ish empire. .Immigrants to Canada have come in the past, and are likely to the future, because of the better con- ditions offered here for their social, economic and political development. They have come, and they will con- tinue to come, of their own volition, and not by the wish of their govern- ments. It is indeed possible that after the war most governments will actually-' discourage emigration -of agriculturalists; and farmers and theh- families are the immigrants are most tieSlroua of receiving. It would seem to he inopportune to propose any 'action that would ac- tually aid such- governments in any propaganda that might be Instituted with a view to Discouraging farmers from emigrating to Canada." VINOLA TALCUM POWDER A PERFECT jxrtvder for toilet or nursery. Of inimitable .purity and quality, and "British made for British maid and In addition to ingredients which it an indescrib- ably refreshing quality, Royal VinoliaTalcumhasu mildly antiseptic action beneficial to a chafed or irritated skin. Put up in two sizes. Other very popular Vinolia Talcums'ftre Bonnie Prinefl Chirlie, Liriland ViMiIja GeruiuB. All good d-' and atpres tell thera. VINQUA CO. LIMITED London, i Tomato l6S ;