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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta XTednesday, - June 12,1.012 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Crown of Womanhood "Uncared for hair cannot.be beautiful. There is no part of the human makeup so revengeful as the hair, it cries out: look at me, care for me, or 1 will disgrace you! Treat me with consideration and I will be a glory to you." With- thesabQve; Wprds, Lillian Rue-"sell, an unquestioned authority on feminine attractiveness, places no uncertain value on nice hair as a beauty asset. Unkempt, uncared for hair not only cannot be attractive but is actually a disgrace. But why. have ill-kept, untidy hair? By devotlng-a few moments regularly to brushing and Intelligent application of Newbro's Herpiolde the hair may be made to yield wonderful returns in increased personal charm. Dandruff, which is due io a germ.,or microbe, la the direct cause of more hair trouble.than anything else, The liali; becomes thin, harsh, uneven, and falls out. iu quantities. It looks dead and lifeless; there is no luster. The soalp itches'. Herpiclde will destroy this dandruff germ .that- is causing all the trouble, cleans the scalp, gives the hair life. �nap and luxuriance. The hair stops coming out, the itching ceases almost �t once arid withal there is a most gratifying aense.of cleanlineE'3. Tot t|5e" worn an .who wishes to make theim,Q3>,.Qf,.'nature's gifts by having tluffy'beiVtjIiit-hWi-, Newbro's Herpi-cideMs a toilet necessity. It is exquisitely perfumed and is a delightful hair dressing.. > In. SOc atyl 11.00 sizes. At, toilet goods counters everywhere. If not as reprasen.ted, your .dealer will refund your money, ; AppH,0(itipn�i'alv the -better Barber fihops i^iji- Hai'r-Dreasiiig Parjors. Send 10 cents for sample bottle and booklet to The Herpicide Co., Dept. S., Detroit, Mich, -v- ........ J. 1). Ili^iiibothaiii & Co. Ltd., Special Agents. k; of p. AT WAINWRIGHT The KniglUs of Py'.hias Grand Lodge conye'nesV-at :W.aini�-Mght this woelr^and jiv qvili be a big TCieeUng _o.f Dokkles. Nearly thirty-�members, have gone from Lethbridge. .At Clar-ssholm about twenty others, were taken on 'board the special, including the town band, all of whom are Dokies. 8NOW IN THE HOMELAND /London, .June 12.-There has been a heavy fall of snow In Northamptonshire, according to the Daily Mirror. The roads are covered with Ice, and the fruit crop is badly damaged. ? ? > ? .N9VEL -MOTION TO ' 7 piestroy roads London, June, -]2.-At a meeting tq'f-' the West:'{'flain Town .Council last" ;.night. Will T-horne, member of. pa'r-liment for. the South division, moved a - novel resolution, designed to prevent conveyances from proceeding, to the docks by destroying all the. roads in West Ham leading to-the docks. The Mayor refused to allow the resolution to be put. >�.'"�>�> CAN'T KEEP OUT OF JAIL DONALD REID HAS GREAT FONDNESS FOR THE CRIMINAL TRAIL Caught again ! Donald Kcid, alias John Stewart, simply cannot keep out of the clutches of the law. Released only a couple of weeks ago from the provincial jail, lie was. picked up in a drunken condition- last, week^'and allowed off on suspended sentence. Now h'c is charged with theft, his long suit. This morning Mr. Feinstein, 215 2nd Ave., S., reported to the police that someone had entered his house earlv in the'morning and had stolen jewelry valued at over $100.- NTo clue to the robbery coujd be found till noon. About 12 o'clock a call came to the police, station that a man was raising a disturbance at the. Windsor hotel. Const. Kroning was sent in answer, but when Stewart saw the bin:? coat he seen tod trouble, and cut. The. constable - did a Marathon, and being an exponent of physical culture, he overtook.. Reid, and put him behind the bars. � �- The constable then went back to the hotel, and found that Stewart had been, trying,J:o pawn a- -looking glass for his favorite Scotch whiskey. This led to a search, and behind a fence in the alley near the hotehwas found the jewelry taken from -Mr. fc'etnstcin's. .h.ouse^cvil't/cpn^i^ed^ of two ^watches,: a--.iocker' Sind Janet chain; stick-pins and ear-rings, ail of considerable Value. The propftty, has been identified hy.fthc.owne^, an�j tomorrow morning SSlewajit-Jyri'il face a charge of theft. Reld or Stewart; or' whatever; his name may be, has had' a" varied-^career. Me did time'for theft in th cakes Send for free sample.. 'White Swan Spices and Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Ontario. The jNew Perfection has ,prov^ci i a great convenience), to users of the This yetr we are telling The New Perfection Broiler The New Perfection Toaster The New Perfection Griddle each'designed specially for use on the New Perfection Stove.  With theet ejwlj*nce� end ike New Perfection alui door Heel -even, ihe New Deflection > jutt e� complete end efficient e itove et e reeuler cir ' feme. Cerujyly, it it awk cleener end ctie�i�r. Mea^--peu�4e uie the New Perfection ell the yeer round. ,topt**}�ti! recka;.fic; Bo�k:g5S7te*rr *o' nyone ieneen S.ceiU coeer nkf iUbs'cwf. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, limited At lirst I prayed for Lighjt : Could I but sec the way, How gladly, swiftly would I walk To everlasting day. And next I prayed for Strength, That I might tread the road With firm, unfaltering'feet, and win The heavens serene abode. And then I asked for Faith : t.'ould I but trust my God, J'd live enfolded in His peace Though foes were all abroad. Hut now I pray for Love : Deep love to God and man ; A living love, that will not fail, However dark Mis plan. And Light and Strength and Faith Are opening everywhere. God only wailed for me till I prayed the larger prayer. -Lldnah Dean Cheney. e e o Hostesses tomorrow : Mrs. W. ft. L. Hardie ior the last time this season. Mrs. (r. Moth,' 1233 Fifth.Ave, S., for the last time this season. Mrs. Frank Hedley, 1239-Fifth Ave. S., and not again until autumn. *  * \ot receiving tomorrow :- Mrs. W. .J. Met anrbly. �r. * # Rev. T. 1'. Perry spent the day in Tabor. , 0 0 0 Miss Ola Cavanah, who is in the Gait hospital with appendicitis, is reported progressing favorably. e �  Mr. J. McClinton, who has been visiting with his son, Mr. A. N. McClinton, left last night for his home in Belfast, Ireland. 0 � # Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Young have returned from an extended stay at their ranch. * 0 � Dunn Avenue Presbyterian Church, Toronto, witnessed the wedding of Miss Xcllie Aston and Dr. Rojhcrtson, of Saskatoon, yesterday. * rfi- ro'r'cW: *VTbere bus been talk ami some i)ewtp*|>�i' publication this evening, regarding; a compromise caudldate for president. The proposal is purely a ruse on the part of the Roosevelt forces, who realize that they will be defeated in the conference, and are now endeavoring (o break up the Taft alignment by taiKing compromise.. Mr. Roosevelt said, and la this I agree with him, the compromise candidate will be 'me.' That Roosev-ell men themselves are talking compromise tonight is pos it|ve evidence of the loss of iheir cause, and their hope of creating dissension in the ranks of Taft through appealing to tl'P vary natural instinct on the part of any Republican to avert a sharti division o? forces. But the purpose is perfectly clear Jo the delegates here assembled." Taft Man Bolts Birmingham, Ala , ,)uue 12.-C. D. Alverson. of Hull City, an instructed Taft dalegate to the National Republican convention at Chicago, last night announced ihat he would vote for Roosevelt, instead of for the President. In so doing, he said. he. felt thai he would be reflecting the wishes of liirf constituents. GREAT FOR BREAKFAST titve iheui Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes every rnoniiuR' for breakfast. They're aure to like it. and find it nourishing as well as flavorful, Some Trite Facts Which Encourage Farmers to Raise Sheep Within the next few days Messrs. lOckst.orm and Hatch will sell one thousand, lambs. They have fixed the price at five dollars a head, and expect to get it, too. Buyers have been looking at them, and pronounce them the best bunch of lambs ever raised in Southern Alberta. Buyers .are particularly k�en aiter this bunch of lambs, for they are the first winter lambs ever raised in the province. Raising winter lambs promises to be a new industry in Southern Alberta, and according to Mayor Hatch, it will be a paying one. Th-a lambs are now ready for market, the average weight being in the neighborhood of twenty-five pounds. "There should not. be the least kick, about dry 'weather in the district immediately tributary to Lethbridge," said the Mayor, this morning, while commenting on the future of the sheep Industry in*the' South. "With irrigation and airalfa growing, the sheep industry is bound to thrive." But there is one thing in this connection the Mayor and others interested in sheep raising are going to advocate, and that is the establishment of sheep grazing leases in tha foothills. At. the present time there is no summer pasture- fer-sheep. The rough grazing lands, s-ayenty or eighty miles west,'up in the foothills," would make the most ao;mijrat^e.kfnd of grazing land for sheep, and if these could be obtained by the aheepmen for tw0 or three months.every summer, the home feed could be conserved for spring and winter feeding. It would make thousands of dollars' of difference in the cost' of running a flock of two or three thousand sheep -during the-year, and would establish the s^heep industry onv a different footing. Such a course has made the sheep industry what it is in the Western States, and every spring the sheep bends are driven as far as one hundred' miles to pasture in the mountains. It" ii likely that the Sheep Growers' association will take the matter Up with the government, with a view to obtaining legislation covering this point. ' Mayor Hatch is well pleased with his success in'sheep raising In> South ern Alberta, and this spring ta seed- J ing 118 acres to alfalfa, making 300 , acres under alfalfa, which, will .be need in feeding- bis- flocks.- Me Intends to Inaugurate a new departure in preparing feed tor winter feediivg, and will cut alfalfa very green, stack it with his last year's., whsat .straw, putting first a layer of alfalfa and then a layer of straw; i|i.this way he hopes to have1 the straw absorb the juices of .the green -alfalfa;';' making the whole a good feeding mixture. TRAGIC DROWNING NEAR VANCOUVER ? --:-  blanc were drowned by the up? Powell River yesterday. The set, and the lad savs he heard *>-> his father telling Leblanc to  4> let go of him, as both "might �> ? drown. ' Nash* rignte��� � into'iV'and^'tkeu, locfatf; in , ? embrace with Iiebistnc, ihttth * ? men sank. : .  -o>  ? . .,.*;>-;; :.-''�� *>�� 4    � SAYS COUNTRY LOOKS GOOD 1 think the'country Is in remarkably good condition, taking it from the fnr- north to the boundray," said W. Dawson, general manager for the R. G. Dunn Agency for Alberta. Mr., Dawson ha� .been spending a couple of days in Lethbridge and district looking oyer conditions here, and to the Herald expressed himself as being - meat optlmi-jtlc concerning the outlook in general. ."lethbridge ought to be proud of Rubber Heels the way it has come 'through; the' past two years," he cotnlnued, "and'it is my firm belief (hat the city will be put back' oh'solid rock''after this sea-sou." i Regarding the crop outlook Mr. .Dawson said that the'north of the province is showing up better than it, has for years, and .that With the abundance of moisture they have had during the spring, they are assured of a bumper crop. In the south there-has not been such an abundance of moisture, but Mr. Dawson believes that the farmers are farming so that every bit of moisture is being conserved. ' The good farmers are showing their worth this spring. ' Business conditions - throughput the province generally are goou. It is now just between setuoiiu, and most lines of business are hardly, so brisk as ugiiul, but the uuusnally large amount ot building and cons.riunlun going' on in every pari of Alberta has kept busiuutis moving satisfactorily, with the result that there are very few failures reported, while new companies are being formed almovil every day. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone/Work* SIMPSON AND'NEED?, Props-Importers of Scotch Gr-anite Slh si, S, near :Jrd Ave, Lethbridge. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTItyjfi OUR PRICE*" - ;