Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MARCH 7, !91t THE L.ETH BRIDGE DAILY IIKKAI, U PAfiE SEVEN Grandma Used Sage Tea to Darken Hair made up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to bHng back color, gloss, Ihlck- neis Com id cm girdea eajc brewed into a licavy lea wlUi sulphur and, alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked ar.d faded batr LeauMIully dark and. luxuriant, remove every bit ol dandruff, scalp itching and falling hair. Just a few will prove a rerelatton It your hair is fading, gray or dry, crassly and thin. Mixing the Sago Tea and. Sulphur recipe at home, though, is trdublesome. An cuter way' is lo tho tonic, costing about cenU a large bottle at drug stores, known as Sage and, Sulpliifr Hair thuB avoiding a lot ol muss. While wispy, grar, faded hair hot elntul. va all desire lo retain our youthful appearance and attractiveness. Bjr darken- ing your hair Wvsth's Sago and Sulphur, no one can tell, because It does It so natur- ally, so evenly. You just damp- en a pponge or soft brnsb with It and draw this ilirougL your hair, tiikhifc olio email strand at a lime; by morning al1 jmy Jidlrs have disappeared, and, after another application or >our hair beconjcs beaut if'il'y dark, glossy, soft and I'Jiuruiu J. Ufglnbotbam Co, Ltd. ORRINE FOR DRINK HABIT So uniformly successful has OR- KINE been In reBtorhin tho.vlctlraB ol iho "Drink Habit" into sober and fut cIlEzenB, and IDE Irony is o-jr con- iri Jts citrattve powers, that Want IQ the fact that QRRINB IB sold under thEs poellive piarantee. alter a trial, you set "no benefit, your money will ho refunded. ORRINE costs only Jl.Co jfer hoi. -Ask for Free Booklet. Rcd'Crofi Drug Store, Ltd., Acadla Dr. of OshaTa. in the tn coun.Bcj for Percy Hafccl will tomorrow ask Juetlce Curran for the release of client, and also John West like, ills .contention being thai the public has been prejudiced as Ihc imconsrio-jF, forms were Wynri slioi Mdlenry and jut in. After Stevens, Martin fled a l oi hullets. II is cnitsidejfd a rnUac'e he was not brought down by one of hundred builds fired at NEWS FROM 2-15 OTIII 01 ILL Uttana. Narvh 5. Tfce Citizen says "Tic returu ij! Sir William Sir Donald Mann BEAK-DOWN and the stafl oi tt.f ern counsel and interest in the efiurts hc lo S'A-ure a tuweru. "Thcrt is no fjuejUo thai a loan i i N'ortb- aiu revives pul forth lor that doctors told me I "There is no question whatever would have to un- thai a 'oaa is Lclm; dergo operation, no formal fcas L-ot-j Lul IwgfiTi Uking [or it. la support of pica tbe E. Pir.khtm'a company is submitting to iho Vegetable Coin- mrut a ol iU nruimisl; po-jnd tr.d tm I condition in the of bfiiiE; able i good health now. I J to Induce tlie granting cE more aid.1 am all over the i The argument teing u-tfd by Sir Change of Life and j liam Mackenzie ts dial the line is i cannot prtiw your Vegetable Compound [almost completed now, thai U too highly. Every wonsi.n should take it at i uiuM be finished. that time, I it to bolhold 'The federal subsidy ue received.1 young for "-.Mrr he trniarkcj, 'was not equal lo j Ewarthinarc, Pa. discount on the safe of set-unties.1 "Sir William reiterates-Iris oElen' re-pmfrd suleir.ritt that the Canadian. Nojtbe-ru charier precludes absolutely i any absorption by the Canadian I'a-j Wrecked Strength And Shattered Nerves Completely Restored By The Famous Medicine Made From Fruit. famuli an Woman's fort William feel ts if J could cot tell others enough abo'Jl Iho good Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Fire destrovc.! ihe houee of I T -Ken .ber last Sunday evenly none of Kb the LousehoJd goods of furniture hig eavcrf. Mr. Kber and family re- lurned from a visit lo Ihelr former hocne in Indiana, and were shocked to find their home reduced to asfcps. .Mr. Klier will occupy the house on Kitz- Cornpoundhasdorieforme. I wipweak i snd tired and I coul-Jnot rest nights. viciv of l'M announcement friend recomroendrd yourCompounJ r ft- Nhtlc that no appjica-, 1 soon gained health and strength and fot a is anticipated, the eoulj not.wish to alseji better. I know i disposition here is In regard this as-- olhtr women who have taken it for the sertion as a gcneial bin! in the C.N. K. people not to expert to insist up- tnauilco's homestead build another unlll he cab Ingll. WM. A. Kurrr, 631 South Vickar Street, Fort Willian-.s, Ontsrio. on aid oi dial character. Several tljings are 1cdaV- Since we guarantee that all One of thcie is Hot and: niata which we publish are genuine, Is U Jiavc not tfir not fair to suppose tlia'. if I.yd'aK. rink- .oi securing n loar., tlio-jgb the pros-! iiam'l Vegetable Compound hat tiie vlr-. pe-ts arc not ulluriug- is tue to help these women it will he'p any thai if this scr.Cijie is impossible, ex-: MRS. W. H. KELLY.1 other woman who is iufTerinif in likfl [Ira bond guarantees will bo sought .manner? I to enable ti.c company upon tlio cn- Al Vernere and family were visiting If jon ipfrlal write to 'dorsement ol the llominioa to raise! -Mr. and Mrs. Ileulieu Snipi> Tiinra-1 Ljdla E. PiakBani .Medlelnt Co. (confl- inore. monev in (ireat Britain. day ami Friday. dentlai) Lrnn, Jf HF. Your letter will asked as to a guarantee ar.d hetl.-r! TLo Ladles1 Aid met with Mrs. j. opened, and answered uj j it would be satisfactory, Sir wil-j it VHB .n sinci MBnae wnfl Wa5 wouM that.it oilier moves !ail, eliorls i 51. Alklnson last Hrueb, Colorado, ty the amount oC publicity T.-hIch the arrived here with a carloiij at effects case has received, tlioreby- making Impossible to find a jurj" of an an nn- mind. The alternative ''that Mr. Flonnar iggests IB that'lhc case be be- fore five judges of appeal. Fire In one of the brooder houses week. Mr. Lewis -a-itl occupy Ills father's homestead, which U the s.e. of 1C-M5. The er.ereellc local of United Fann- ers of Alberta met at the Two-fifteen school house last Saturday, at 2 o'- clock. Sir. Prank Leffingrell, -M.P. P., "was present and l the meet- at ihe Ontario Agricultural College on the pubjcct of rural municipal- destroyed nearly' four hundred .chick- jllics and kindred matters.1 Great of the lo- will be enltatal on (he guaran- cals In ilils section. Rev. 'A. Clemens will give, a magic lantern exhibition al rhft Two-fifteen school house neit Friday night, March 6. Subject. "Cities and Tom- pies of India." Admission, 2y and 10 cents; PUPILS' STANDING'AT ens. A'coa loil lamp (be cause- Sir Iximer Gouin and Hon. Rodolphe Lenueux. )iave retired from the Mon- lerest was ninnifesled, and several lasv ,irn, as nn- members into Hie union, raieus; .jiurply, Berard Perrault. Gall Stones. Kidney and Bladder Stones and .s'C. I rTt-" v r ji" Other Kidney Diseases A R E N O L 6 N G E R I NG U L E ONT.7 Aug, 2c'.n. 191S "T can highly recomtnecd as did me an awful lot of good I caanol ipe-ak loo highly aljoist iheiu. About fo-.ir years ago, X commenced taking "J-'ru.t-a-livci" for a gtntral break-down and ifcey did me a world of good. dallara1 woith but it was iiioney well dj.ent the? did an tint jouclmtn for them. Their action i? pirasinl. compared other laxatives, that I fouud OJvJA' as well as in tatiftg them. They secried lo ins to be eui'.ed to account cftlieir and gcr.lls action, and I trust that some olhsr Ti'oaica mij itart taking "i-'niit-i-tipes" after reading my letter, and if they do, 1 am satisfitd the results mil be the fame as in tny MRS N A blood purifier, general Ionic, a. bsitlder of health and atrecgth, "Frnit- a-livci" Is one of the RreaX discoveries of the ceutury in curative medicine. Out of the valuable properties of "Knnt-s-lives" is its cleaasicg powers. _ When these tablets are acton the tbiee great organs of oLHQOLJ bdwtlsjiidtieys anil akin. "Fruit-a-tives" keeps the svstem free matter, jireveiils the formatbn of RH excess of nric insurea Ihe Tlio follo-rS'ing is iho Galbraith ecliool report for February. Names are in order oE merit. First-class honors, above 75 per cciit. KcconU- class honors, above per cent, Grade First-class: Margaret urfor', Alaggie Ascroft, Courad Tain- Ijor. Harrison, Roger Hcden- fitroiu, Alex, llatiloy and Eva JIar- Second-tlass: Tom Grace "Krutt-n-tives" op, invcgorates, strengthens tlxe whole system. AJ a penertl tonic, there is nothing quite so good. Aud these tablets AO mild in iction, so plfisar.t to late, that they areparttcntarly suited to oOc a boi, C for J2-oO, trial iiae. 20c. At nil dealers or from Fruit-t-livti Limilvl, Ottawa. Frank Zaumseil, Jolsn Talbot. John Kozard, Marion Ralston, Jobti Chalm- ers, John Kostelaiik, Alex. Linnlng. Koiar. Teddie Uad- fipo Wvlle Helen UgBin> Er. One of the grcRlrsI, if iiol'lhc gro'nlcst'discovery ul'-inotlern limos, lins liccn Ibal vith my kidneys. I decided lo. try Snnol, of which 1 had both read and hoard. When I had taken hollies I felt boiler thim I had done for years, for my kidney trouble had entirely left me. It is now about three mouths since I finished with Ihe medicine and I am enjoying 'llii- best of health." KIDNEY DANGER SIGNALS Have you backache in Ihc region of (he kidneys, puffy swelling under the eyes, feel lircd out, dizzy, swollen feet and limbs, excessive and painful pains darling through your body and limbs? Thou your kidneys arc not doing llieil- duty. SANOL KIDNEY REMEDY .strengthens yonr kidneys and enables Ihem to throw off the uric acid poisons with which your system hns become, charged. The above are the symptoms or danger signals of the kidneys. SANOL will conquer and cure all of them. Hcmcmbcr, an operation only, acls as a respite in most cases. SANOL WILL CURE. Vor sale at all druggists.' per bottle. SANOL MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 975 MAIN 3TRKET, WINNIPEG. CANADA. 'Also Manufacturers of SANOL Diabetes. SANOL Hlond Indigfslion. SANOL Blood Anaemia. Frank Hedley Company, Lethbridge Grado Srncat Wil- j ets, Grace McLeary, Daisy Holmes, j Jean Logan, luehanaa, Lizzie Ward, imilh, Mtnnio -Jlazen, Lena ftadley, r Mary Craigeu, Koberl Keigan, Flora j Cain, Victoria Miller, Stanley Kar- ivea, Atinie WaterboiiEe, Harvey John Lining, Arthur Pendle, Arthur Catn, Jim MIHer. pnicK Annie Hart, Eda Boer, Ayncs Van Dorn. Class B: Lily Admitt, 5lary Ilauo- sik, Mike Kropenick, Giovanni Cred- ico, Rela Barup, Alda Berti, Parke. ClaEft C: .Tames Cleiland, Nellie Mercer, Jean Kergan. Slay. Broun, Annis Klopsco, Harold Baxbn, Isa An- LeaEjei, Nlck'SJac's. 3SJD- P. D- In Hospitals; Standard Skin Cure How muny Iiosiiilal patients suffer- s: Winnie Htonely, Les- ling ing tlie frlghlfuritch, tW.J Taw scorch- pi dleease, "liava been tcr Iledenstrom, George Bolton. Wai- j sooUied to sleep by a sooliilng fluid ler Cook, Ruth Drown, Iva Jones, waited in by the nurRO's hands? Richard Brown. t That fluid Is the famous D. U. U. Gr.iile Agnes Char- j prescription for eczema, esl, Hllrta .Morris. I T.HE SUPERVISING NUSSE of Second-class: Janie Chalmers Mice !ono 0[ our J'rornlncut .Catholic iustl- tutions (name of'aurse and institute Hadley, Herman Cockerll, Isli, Peter Dnnlon, William Miller. Grade Marjor Ourr, -Leonard Annetls, Tloste Poriech. Prank Vere, Rao Pirle, George Charesl, Harold WlllcUs, Maud Moore, Haztl Reid, Elsie Tal- bot, Anna Folkland, Mercer, Olive Rcdshaw. Rebecca Riley, An- drev: Ucssie Hatrd, James Goldle, -Mary Seaman. Grade Theodore McKlnney, Klla Xtek Poaccli, Margaret Tcnnanl. Willie Mitchell, Howard Knirbar.fcs, Charles Jxiwis, Jessie Hcd- enslroni, Isa Main, Uessie Cecil WIllfaniE, -Madge Peacock, oliii Rosalno. Grade 1. Fred Holmoa, OUo Cliem- iKI, Mary IJagallfi. Jn'in Kotor, ie Funnell. Gnsedalc, Willie lyrora, Gordon Chnrest, Uavid Bar- OEO, Lizzio .Clcllatkf, Stanley Kcm- ;1cy, Alb in a ChemoUI, Xorman Sill on, Intermediate Mary Marchtik, (n on application) v.-rlies resardlng raticnt. "Tlie disease Iiacl eaton lier eyebrows Her noso flnd lips Imil IjMorr.e disfigured. Slneb the use ot l-.sr eyebrows arc growing her nose and face have their natural expression." many eczema sufferers are paying their doctors for regular treat- ment and are being treated with this samo soothing, healing fluid? DR. QEO. T. RICHARDSON [rank- ly writes "D. D. is superior to buy- tiling I have ever found. Soft and soothing, yet a powerful agent." To do ilie work D.D.D. PreEcrlntton musl be applied according to direc- tions given in the pamphlet around every bottle. Follow these directions Eeel And It certainly away Iho itch moment tho l Is applied. The skin is thoroughly delightfully cooled. All druggists of standing hare tha famous specific as well as tlrt .efnc- lent D, D. D. Soap. T Bui are so confiilenl of tlie mer- its of this prescription that we will refund the purchase price of the firat full size bottle K it fails to reach yojr case. You alone are to Judge. .1." D. lltBinbolham Co., Limited, Druggists. D.D.D. Soap Keeps Your Skin Healthy TO CURE COUGHS COLDS Mathieu's Syrup ol tar Cat Liver Oil not only stops a cough but cures it. I la tonic and restorative properties enable the system to throw off a cold. 350 for large bottle. Sold everywhere. J. lr Prop. A PIMIERA MObEL Straw forms tho TounJaUon of IMs faaclnalhig' liat, bonlorci] wllli salhi ribbon and n of (lowers a bunch At ono altk1. MATHIEUS SYRUP OF TAR A COD LIVER OIL.