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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -.tune THE LETJIBRITM3E DAILY .HERALD' The Grown of Womanhood "Uncared for hatr bpuitll- ful.. There IB of-Hie human nmkottp so revengeful UH the Imir. it erics out: look at me, care for me, or I willdlsKrucu you! Treat me with cu na I deration and 1 will be a glory lo J'OU." With- the. (ibqvef words. Lillian Hus- Bdl, an unquestioned authority on fem- inine attractiveness, places no uucei tain yulue on nice hair as a beauty as set. Unkempt, uncarod for hair not only cannot be attractive but is actu- ally u disgrace. But why-have ill-kept, untidy hair'' .By devoting, a few'momeiits regiilfirl> to brushing and intelligent application of Newbro's Herpiclde the hair may be made to yield wonderful returns in in- creased personal charm. Dandruff, which fs due to a microbe, la -the direct cause ot" more Jiair trouble. than1 anything else., ftai un Du and falls out in quantities. It looks dead and lifeless; there is no luster. The scalp itches Herpiclde will destroy (.his dandruff germ ,ttvat- is. causing ail the trouble, cleans the scalp', gives the hair' life. SNOW IN THE HOMELAND i Ijo butt been, t heavy fall ot snow- in Northamptoiifihlre, according to the Dully Mirror. The roads nro covered with Ice, and the fruit crop is bad- ly damaged. CANMEEP OUT OF JAIL DONALD REID HAS GREAT FOND- NESS FOR THE CRIMINAL TRAIL Cuuglit again Hcid, alias .loliti Stewart., 'IDITED BY "INp" PHONES: Otflet, 1224 Ruldtnct A I' lir.sl I prayoil for Lighi Could I lint sec tlic way, How gladly, swilt.lv would I walk To everlasting day. And next. 1 prayed [or Strength, That I. might tread Ihc'roail With linn, iinfaltofing'leet, and win The heavens serene abode. And tlien I askpd for Faith.; Could 1 but trust my God, I'd live unfolded in His peare Though foes were all abroad.. Hut nmv I pray for Love simply cannot keep out of the clutch- 1 Deep love to Clod and. man; of' (lie law. Released only a eou- A living love, that will not fail, pic of weeks ago from the provincial jail, In; was up in a drunken i tomlilnn list week, and allOMit oft' siisprnilpil scnlcme Now he is 1 charged with theft, his long suit. This morning Mr. Keinslein, 215 2nd Avc. S., reported to the police that some- one had entered his house early in tlic morning and hud stolen jewelry valued at over Jso clue to the robbery could be found till qoon. AliouL 12 o'eloek u call came to the- point station tint i man uas rais ng at the Windsor ho- tel. Const.' Kroning was sent in nswcr, -but when Stewart, saw the However dark His plan. I mlit mil Sttpngth inU ailh rpcnint God onlv wailed for me till I prayed the larger prayer. Dean Cheney Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. W. L. llardie for the last time this season. Mrs. Moth.' 1233 Kiflll.Avc., S. for the last time this season. Mrs. Krank Hedley, Klflh Avc. S.; liiid not again until autumn I reeeiv snap ami -l The hair stops coming out, the "itching ceases almost once arid -rwithal there Is a most gratifying cleanliness. Tortile1 w'bniaTivwho 'Wishes to make 1 he 'mQati.QiV nature's gifts by having llufty beautiful haii Newbro s Herpi cids'.is a toilet "necessity.. It is ex- quisitely perfumed. and is 3 delightful hatr dressing. In and. ?1 00 vt foilot goods, counters everywhere. If not as i eprqfccntod 3 our deilf-i will i efund your money Applications at thp Biiber shops aijtl Hair Dressing Pdilors Send 10 cents for sample.. bottle and luoklet (o The Heipicide Co Dept S .Detroit, inch: Iligiiibotliaiu X Co. Ltd., Special Agents. I'hti- constable-did a Marathon, and i tit in exponent of plnsitM eul i lie omtool Renl and put him behind the bars. The constable ih'cnWent back the hotel, and found that Stewart i had been In ing io pawn a looking glass for his favorite Scotch wt.ls.kev This led lo a search, and 'behind a fence in the allev near the found the jewelry taken troin fMr (.euiitein, s housc4 It consisted 01 two i itches a iorker and ianct chain stick pins inn cat rings ill of considerable Ihe propfth, has identified hj the owneif and io morrow inorning will face a charec oi theft Reid oi Stew lit oi halter Mrs. W ng lomorrnw ,1. Mc'.'amblv K OF P AT T. 1'. Perry spent the ilay in Ola Cavanah, who is in the Gait hospital wit-h appendicitlH, is reported progressing favorably .Mr. J. McC'linton, who has been with his son Air N Me leit last night for his home in Belfast, Ireland. .Mr. and .Mrs. -I. A. Young have." re- lurnpil from an extended Slav at their ranch, Mrs. Southard was hostess of two very bright affairs yesterday. A profusion'of wild roses diffused their fragrance .over the drawing rooms. In the afternoon, the hostess re- ceived her guests wearing a smart lingerie gown. Seven tables of, five hundred were in play, Mrs. P. Medley and Mrs. O. .J. Court ice carrying oil the tro- phies, while the consolation went lo Mrs. F. W. Downer. Mrs. Southard was assisted at. the tea bom', when a number of guests dropped in, by Miss Downer, gowned in a white embroidered I'rocl: In .the-evening Mrs. Southard eii- teriaincd a .number of -ihe younger set in courtesy io Miss Lombard, of Minneapolis Mrs. .Southard welcomed her guests j T embioirieicd gown with roj'a! purple accessories. Miss Lomimrd was graci-fully Down- ed in ytiipcd lingerie with lace ac- cessories. Five tables were in play, Llic pret- ty favors being won by Miss Haras- sin pud .Mr. Dawson. Miss Lombard rendered two pleas- ing vocal numbers, while .Miss Edith Jones recited in her usual fine insu- rer. Mr. .James .Wallace gave some .splendid piano selections. A delectable 'menu was served at quartette tables .Clubs and Societies mine mai be Ins hi-i a tir WAINWRIGHT "f r Ilia Knigh s of P} hhs Grand lodge com antes it right this and m ifthere will be .of .Dokkies. Neaih thirty membei h-ne from Lethbridge. ,'At Claresholm ab- out otheie weie tftl en on iboard-tils-special, 'including-Uie town baud, all .of-whoin are Dokies. NOVEL "MOTION TO DESTROY ROADS June :At "a meeting of the West JiJm n Council last night ill Thome member of "par liment for. the 5onth division, moved, a-movel resolution, de- signed to prevent conveyances from the docks bj dpg rojing all the loads in West Hani leading to -'the dockp. The Mayor refused to allow' the resohition to-be put. cer. lie did ftieft in the Old Countii Coming to Canada he-tytrd id siicep at Mtdicine Hal mil his pailncrs coat For this he was sent to (he ban icks here inr n nc months AUnI> the barracks he uiiade i break aoi hberh led Up .tccth'e Aslic a merry; chase .into .Montana- Kor this he had two months tacked on-his term: The dav he was. released from the barracks he stole- a; pair .shoes frorii a store in the.citv. Fit" was arresied and that night tried to com- j Dunn Avenue Presbyterian., Church, i Toronto, witnessed the wedding "of Miss Nellie Aston and Dr. Ro'bn'tson. of Saskatoon, yesterday Maud daughter of loin Revrrail of Hutgetown Ont was) ininipri to I intst Ilaiold Uitlon oi I dnionton istercin Mrs. 0. L. Anderson the first of .the week to spend a two months' vacation in Toronto- .and, London. The Junior Girls' Guiid of St. Marv's church have, decided lo hold an ice cream social at the home of Mr.-Alfred Mitchell. 543 Sixteenth M on Uine 13 cou- nrnunL, at cig'd o clock i The exec-uUyc of the AVonun's Civic Club will'mtenl'nt "2.30 tomorrow af- ternqon jn the Y.M.-C.A., anil the regular monthly rapeting of the club will-be held at .3.30. A full attend- ance oi all .the members is desired. The ice cream social, which was held vesterdav afternoon and evening the Peoples Plug Store 1 elhbridge under ibr auspices ot the Uiiiinume. J eagtiR as distinct success thirt v dollar hfing iccehrd I f Tilt assis ants were Mis I Mrs C Mai hews Mrs JivilCi Miss Miss But ler. MIPS Mabel Butler, Miss, -Sus Siinm, Mr. Mr McVflerj We have opened the Door To the daintiest array of white wear this city has ever set eyes upon Dili nl iiu'hs- and relineiaeiil, a rip strong features ol. ihosP models in while ear, showing the latest and nppiovod Pnrisinu and Yo'rk N.IGHT DRESSES, COMBINATIONS, Princess Slips, Under. skirt-3; C'orsetr Covei'3, etc., have just beeji unpacked in 'the finest of.fine cambric, tastily trlmnied'.with Swiss em- broidery, Torchon and Valenciennes lace. Charming Night Dresses .Made from the of white Cambric, with low circular' neck .trimmed _w.tUi very fine.linen Tqrchofl lace; very short sleeves trimmed lace to match. Some excellent values at Princess Slips Trimmed with Swiss Embroidery and inser- tion, deep frill QC lor Corset Cover and Drawers .Combination Corset Cover and French Style; beautifully hand embroidered f 4 OC At 9 I .CO to Corset Covers In fln'o Cambric.or Spotted muslin, trimmed Valenciennes lace, f f1.25 Night Dresses Hand ;embroidered Night1' Dresses, Trimmid Valenciennes lace Beautifully Embroidered White Under Skirts Dalnti tucked and embroidered frills otheis Vslenciennes lace, cloie fatt- tf at worn at 51 res But, a large range from (1.00 to 9 HUDSON'S BAY CO. Prial Vlexantler an Miss Pcnitington is in Calgary vis- it-ing with Mrs. Brett for a few days. The Woman's Auxiliary .of St. A init suicide in Ihe.police statjon cells. Jafler which, she will return to visit Austin's church held the final .meet He Was given three months on the again n-illi Miss Rogers, ing of'the vcar vesterdav -afternoon theft charge and-six-weeks-for at- After the, first of July the ladie Miss Kcllv. who has been visiting llicet fls Sl- Monica's Guild in Long Beach, Cat., arrived this af- j On motion a number of. ou.tstanil at- tempted suicide. When-let put he im- mediitelj drunk and was let off on suspended sentence. This morning ternoon to spend a he stoic worth of jewelry, and m trouble igain Which is consul cretl a fair record'for a newcomer. The engagement is announced oi Miss -Violet Griselda Clayton, only daughter of the late Frank Clayton, oi the Department of the Interior, White Swan Yeatt Citces are always in great demand 'for bread making they are fresh'and mtil used. Your grocer supplies then packages S 'cake; Send for free Swan Spices and Limited, Toronto Ontario. hat pfovec) a great convenience of the The New Perfection Heating Plate v' to all This yetr vit we The New Perfection Droller The New Perfection Toaster The New Perfection Griddle specially- lor UK en the New Perfection Stove. U juit 11 comuUte .od elficient 1 tlove .t THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited few days wfth her aunt. Mrs. A. Tripp; Sixth Ave, en route to her home- in Winnipeg, Ottawa, to Mr-. Wilfred Krase-r Drum, of the .Merchants Bank of Canada, Park dale, Toronto, eldest so.n .of Mf and Mrs. WJ A. Drum, of Ottawa, formerly of Qiieliec. The mairiane will take place early in September. t u Miss Mazcll and Miss Nellie lUaeil have successfully passed, the theory examinations in connection with the of Music London Tup; land Ihe Misses Hazell took a lngh standing inti reflect credit on ihe. local Conservatory when rcccned their training ing were ordeied paid otc of-thanks were passed. Miss de Tai lor for the capable manner, jn wliicl file -arranged the luncheons, .at th Alexandra for the delegates at th recent convention and to Mr. G. V Kutler. who kindlv met the train am motored the guests to the homes o their hostesses. Mrs.'H. Benllcy, who is Dorcas lead a splendid report v, hich she i numerated the articles were sent, in ihe bale .to Ha River Mission last week, Mrs- C. A. Stephens and Mrs. Wil- liam Ingram have undertaken to augurate a junior W. A. in .the au- tumn Mrs. B. Ross yas appointed sec- retary 'of the W. A. to succeed Mrs E. Nr. Higinbotham, who resigned ot account of having accepted office the. diocesan board. Roosevelt Men to Hold Meeting (Continued from-front John McVicltar, of DeK.MpIinB; la-rge Cummin, demon'stratlon would bf held in Chicago oitf8iturday night.' It; la- planned (9 hrinj-> dele- gnUon i one. -thpunarid -'or- inore lowans Into trsins ou that V S Kcnvon Uashingion will return to preside ''at..the Cummins, mass .meet- ng. Barnes It a Ruic Waller- A. HoMser, LaFolltttte'a said (hat a delegation of Wisconsin iieojile would arrive in JhicaKo.on! Monday V mfiTiitui of sUfcKeiUns a losnibly can'dldafe, which wtipt tlu; liotel and ust tiiRht, drew -forth .Uie turn Urn Batiud jr of Vev. m of I ho Iflfl forOfeH ins been talk nnd SOUK; inblicatfon this evening, reiardlna- a caudldate for The proposal is purely a ruse on the part, of the Roosevelt forces, who re- alize that, they 'will be defeated in the conference, and are now endeavoring (o break up the Taft alignment by taming compromise., Mr. Roosevelt said, and In this 1 agree with him, the compromise candidate will be 'me.1' That. Hoosev-elt men themselves are talking compromise tonight is Itjye-.evidence of t.he loss of their cause and their iiope.of creating dis- sension in the ranks of Taft through appealing to thp vary natural in- stinct on the purl of any Republican Jo.avert a shfivn division 0? forces, Hut ihe purpose is perfectly clear Jo the delegates here assembled." Taft Mm Bolts Birmingham, Ala.. June IX Alverson, of Hull City, ail instructed Taft d-aicgate to the National Republi can convention at Chicago, lust night announced ihat he would vote for Rooawvelt, instmid of for the Presi- dent. In so doing, he naid. lie felt that he would be refliicthig the wlnli- of hirf GRKAT FOR BREAKFAST IHVc -iheni KftlloKg'8 TOHAIIM! (loi-rt 'lakes every morning; for breakfast. The> re to like it. and find it mnirlshing as well flavorful FIRST, WINTER LAMBS ARE MARKETED IN ALBERTA Some Trite Facts Which Encouiage Farmers to Raise Sheep Within the next few days Messrs. lOckstorm -and Hatch will- sell one thbusamMambSi They bave fixed the price at fiv-s dollars a head, and ex pect to get It, too.: Buyers have been looking at them, nnd pronounce them the best bunch of lambs ever raised Southern Alberta Buyers .arc particularly h-aen a-rter 1his bunch1'of lambs, for they are the first winter lambs ever raised in the province. Raising winter lambs "j mlses.to be a new indiiBtrj- in South- ern Alberta, and according to Mayor Hatch, H will be a paying one. Tb-a lambs are now'ready for market, the average weight being in the neighbor- hood of twenty-flvft pounds. There ahould not be the least kick about dry 'weather In the diatrict im- nediately tributary, io said the Mayor." this morning, while commenting on the future of tho sheen induilry in "the1 South. and alfalfa grow7ing, the sheep industry is bound to thrive." But' there ia pno thing in this con- cclion the "Msyor and others inter- ested In sheep raising are going to advocate, an-d thm is the establish- icnt.-of sheep grazing leases in tb3 oothills. At tiie present time there; TRAGIC DROWNING NEAR VANCOUVER is no summer pasture- lei -sheep The rough lands, 01 J eigluv miles up in thf foothills, I would make the ad-mirabJe kind of grazing l.and for sheep, and if these could be "obtained by. the sheepmen for two or three months -every Hum mer, the home feed ecu Id. he coiisen- ed -for spring and winter' feeding. It. would make thousands or dollirs' of difference in-the- coat of ..running a flock of two tliiea thousand eh.eep -during, the-joai and nould ea- tablish the industrj A dH ferent footing. Such' a course bas made the sheen luduitn what It IE in the Western and every spring tho aheep henU driven as far as ou'e hundred' mile's 'to' pas- ture in the likely that the Sheep-Growers' association will take ihe m'aUer np .with the ernment, with n to obtaining leg- islation fhli pqint Mayor Hatch .is .well pleased; with his success in rilsingjhi Soiirh ern Alberta, and ihia ,5priug U seed- ing 118 acreg to alfalfa, -raakingt 300 acres under alfalfa, Twhich; ,will ,be iie-ed in feeding lite flocks He In tends to inaugurate a new.departure n preparing feed for winter 'feeding, and will cut alfalfa green stack it with his laat. Vancoiuei, BC, lime 12 Martin and Harvej Le- blane were drowned by the up- setting of their canoe Powell RUei The t raged} was witnessed bj Nash's wife ou shore. Mash's little no> was the third per son in the canoe'when it set, and the he heard bis father telling Leblanc io let go of him, as both 'might drown Nash. canoe, antl threw his'llttlc into It, then, locked In cmbiace with men: sank. L'cblnnc, putting first a of alfalfa and then a lajer of straw, in this be liopes to havev the straw-, jibiqrb the juices of -the gieen alfalfa making the whole a good feeding mixture SAYSOTTRY LOOKS "I tbinl; -the'country is In remark: hiy good condition, taking it from the r. north to the said awson, geuerai manager for the R. DiJiin Ag'encyVfor Alberta, rbcen spending :a ouplo of days' In -TjuUihrldge nnd dls- Ict looliing condlMotiB and i the J-Ierntd- expresBod hlmielf iis optimistic concerning the lilook in "Kethbrldge ought to be of Rubber Heels FMAO A1L-SIIOCMIM -.STEP comr SAFK.Y. the Way it has come through: the past two he'cotninued. ''and'-it is my firm belief that the city will be put'hack on rock 'after this sea t f Regarding the crop outlook Mr Daw said -that thetnorth of Uie pro- ion vince is showing up'belter than it for years, and .that with the abundance of moisture they have had during the spring, they of a bumper crop. In the south there has not. been tiiich an abundance of moisture, but Mr Dawson believes that the farmers are farming so that every hit of moisture ig being conserved.' The good farm- ers are showing their worth ihls Mpriiig. Business conditions .throughout llu province Kenoially are 'II is how juat nnd most Mnert .of bualneaa aiv Imrdb', so .briak As 11-1 ml, but tin1 nuudliitliy large umottiil Df building and coiUiruction g'olnj? on in every part of Alberta has kept Intaliu'tifc inOvIiiK sbtfdrur.iot'jly, with ihe result-that there are very, fow failures wlillt: now com j pnnifo ore- being formed ahuovU oven j day. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut SIMPSON AND-NEEOe., Props Itnporteis of Scotch Granits .Silt St, S., near :ird Avo. Lethbiidge. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY OUR PRICED ;