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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta �''^l3w!..-LI,'^..i. l^tt^E L^l^HBljtiBGE riAILY HERALD GKAY, m�ED HAIR WITH SAGE TEA. .0. DRUGQISV SAYS'.WHEN MtXBD W(TH /SULPHUR PReVBNTS 'DAIuqtRUFP AND PALLfNQ |i h$^yy tisa %it)i tniiiphur dnd alobbol Uddedf fl&6nrleft to age And cai-^ifuily Ulterefl, turn gray, streaKed a'nd Caditd' hair, beautifully dark and ItiS!' urlattt;.i*�mavo�i:�iS'6ry bit of daudrtiff ktQps s^aip It^in^ and falling halt*; Jiist; a t6it' application^ will' prove ft' reVelatlpn your hair ie fadSng, fiay oH dry:, riiQrAfe'ffJy anxl tijjii. Mijt-Ing the Satfe, Tea l�d 'Sulptiur recipe Bt ihome, though is irmibl^jiome. An esaer,*9y isCto.s^t the rdadr-to-use vtoRC^ dOstlni^ jAiiout 6d ceat^ "a large bottle 'At t^gitbYtid, 'inowitas i >3_ "Wyeth'8 Sage ' &xa ^'Mmt, mt neincdyt" thus avoTdWi a ;lOt of mues. Some dhigglsts mAke their own, but It JbilU nearly �o nlqe. as.jfWyeth'b." While wispy, j;r||iy, ^'fa^^ed hair Is not slafpl, yrer aih^:d6isitmtii: .attain our youtWul appefft^oe ,-a$id aftract-: lvene�8. By darkerffae your httljswith Wyetji's "Sagie-and; SAlj^tit ohc can tell,;because it does-KcBCf natural-lyi so evenly,'- You Juw!'>^amp5n a sponge or ejott brush 8nd'draw ft tljrough your hair, taking one Email BtWan4 at a tlme^v. Doithls tonight and by.,worol�e all gray,'hairs have dljSappea^ed, after^. another application or two'it -win be'MBtorea to ItB l^atural color and ba eyen more gldaay BfO/t and luxuriant; than ever. � Local drugglstB 'Bay tliey are selling'; lotB ot"Mvm:iO 8age and � Sul-P!hUf,V; It ll|!oh ladt Ha" gavb'saVew'l i^Minoes.; %' , r The MMtath M^n ,^Mrj.,0, A^/^WooUy ot M*Bi4*h-,waB g if�>nJJnftt�r4;i,byS:^ohn - 'A. ;;,?Ti� ;ner.� :*Ko; Mii:yi^^^flec^^sa^.,,^tuaiac4tions to:: make ; W�^I-UgirtfttQir.' jh,Mt. Wooley,were* norotoafeA-h* KOtuld gUMamtee a ma- Ifarity, at BiTaKrath.'  " fMi- a-./.,%'iicat)^Brshaw aeconded le noh^Mffon Mi iteid it .would ije Mcft bt *�l9 -|�ff,t to' 1st easi" have |he jji^TtJot i^'oh^uge.', sX!ha,^CMhloh was done' - with, ^jisMibfeefs/^, Er\, Wooley-ewttsi-1 eraj8'.,w6l�ld-wot]^",th8lr fiafdest to ^'MkjrM t^P- ? ' tjhX'^ coj&ventlon H�!d. in Bdeon t&day;'j flqufj,q.''"W.'ennsa was no'mln'atfld'ae-a o^Fdldafe'fpr.,'that;rjdlna'lh'^6 oonliS; - ' ln]k�lectlon'. -Mr. ibfoiSEi lo^'tBo.ruiirf yO^Jlh*!Bdmpnton, , ^ '' 's'l ^qalWr.'MVirob M.-iq. a DeoenlBb, eapltalfti and pllfWrd.Jones/,>Mtls, ^'tuteiiy two^.Ill%�U�oayehaotf^ Wanagi The man who turned 6iife the. first, issiie of the Daily tWrald is leaving tSft city to enjoy lite on 'his truit tatia at ::Rob|on, Bt. G.; .Mr-vvyalter Jordo*,' whose name ife almost Synonymous* with that of the HWald at Roon today severed- his'; potoectiona. with this journal to retire itom the newspaper and printing ! game for good, TwentyTsevenyeaisas p. printer has ^beon Jilt.:-Jotd'anfS:lot; He has 'been a goodonfe-^onesbt-the best in the business*. Ho learned the gama.j In the east, and/ for yeats was connected with the St. Thomias Journal, ol qfvhioh W. Av Buchanan-was editor. '.WliejiMri Buchanan'left' the .east kTJtfome' to LetfibJJidge to tike over the Herald he sent tor bi^ .trusted sm'^^isf^te^i'tfi? A "stKjng back .'wis ifegded '$o turn o.u|'ibcjflrsj; .?�Utions, 'J3ut ilndei' the dftjectton' of"Mr. 'Jordan* landed^ in the presgnt hulidlngj Mr. 'Jordan moVed for the HftH time Five times ia'-Bt*: aod'onfl-balf years keeps one moving. - r- , In"the"days when the Herald was a;Aveokly Mr.^^Jordoh -h'ad" chelTge ihotli job,' and;.:comR0Sinfe.'rrtilf;Cpnf�6fyi,tlve meetlnB-will^be held' :>ljoMon;,atfoid^ nexb,'wh�i several Mi: tok^n ^, fJ\h appieol3^tJ.j>p, nii�d6 the tooiplent of a,-.p}tso of'^ld'from.the: Her'ftld' 'employees' at  moon , when, lih6; morning- vvis up.., fKe'p\^Venta-| tioa-was madQ'6!f ,Jbhn iTqiignce, business manager,'- and > teonard.Ji-ane, .on behaU 6f'the Typo^a,plkic&l'-XJnlon. Mr. Jordaii t"hankodt;WiB fellow ^ em- 'a^meir , Mr,.ai\d Mfs,. Jasd^n jvjlj i�^ye ejir-ly ne^irt week,fqr,'Robaon,,wbete their" I frm;b^Lii> icSto4^:i�mSttds;.tM�, Kentish Men Recall Gloriek (Continued from front page>j' The ^Other Fellows , "Sister Countlea" found a galla|l# champion in Mr. D., H, Elton, wfiby''thO'noble> deeds' of noble me� Heroic- 4Lv?B and, heroes' .oilfpouieS' blood;- , :� , - It's alll rlght., " cess achieved. Mr-Robins announce^, that k.meeting would 'be' held sooi| to Introduce.!the new suggestions anai read the.'foUowlng.pleasing messag^ from Winnipeg: :f. T. Robins, : ... JCenfiBhi;'Aasoolationi:;;Iietbtr: _ Sin'b�e>t greeffngs'Vfem: Kentish Association 'to;.'-liethbri'dge, felldw.'countrymen;'; ana^.wonn en j^Maii the annual banquet "and meellng.S'bl fected and tonight be an epoch.in.his-thoroughly successful organization vef-tory of your association. IhviiUl, for.; ever Invicta. '  ' ' :' . ' J. France Hughes, Hon, MSecr'etary Kentish Agsoolatlon '..ofWlBnipeg;,;; � ;;Mr,.Robins; also^had;. a letter of- regret from-Mr. W. 0. Ives. , " The Kentish Ladles '.'The Ladies"'naturally;fourid"tlJ6fe. champion in Mr. J. T. P.eifs, who.wii given a rousiiig wolcofne'.' ' " ; M^^; WodeU; of tne;::'N9ws';aiid^^^^ QuVle of the Herald, acknowledged the honors paid the "the Press." '. ,The~':musical:..program;',:was;-:one,of the,:best:flver presente(J-at: a ^janauet in Lethbridgei;,/' There's were, sbngS'Tby G..E,.,"Fleming, J, T. .Eetts,, Di H. Bl,., ton and B. C." Wfrlby. ' *i i .;All wei*e;; fine'/^@ t IIcoici >sMMtd�r.. J Hodi'ir, .'^iiui.dGr iLimliuoiiA i>r i:RCb'(|h ilSfttMA COUGHS CATARRH com ��T*auaH(o 107* ______,. . nf* �nd iI�otlTe fmalirunt ler bron- OHUU tnlibiopt kvolilina dnitt. Vaporltcd Cremlens *tn!h M� parOkyinu cIVfhbopht Caii�h juiilrallere!! StfascuxUd Croup atoBcc. It is a BOON totunerera YreiiiAithfnib Thiiiilrcan7lnitt)ie,inllM)>tlr�lwlth �v�ry breatti. cialus matlildg csuy ; aoottiM ths tAn throat anil atcjis the (uuiil), asaurlatf restful ntgfatb It la Invaluable to moth^ witb youna cbltdren., B;nit txtstat lor itteriptUe booMt t. ALL DRUOaiSTS. Of spur (tmiulit orina tia. Ho. la �tanp .The council will corisidei; the matter at .an .early,)date and it'-is possible . thatsom^ji method .(.of metering the-amount: of powe^C, used, and .then charging it- on (thft'^horse. Bower Jlat ,Vale, may.be arrived at. . ER MR. SIFtOlM SURE OF BEINQ GIVEN 'GREAT- WELCOME BY SOLID OLD TOWN Macleod, March ?.?.-^A- large dele-garJon from the town and country left by the C. P. R. train In a special car, underlie PB�ctal,,sare of Acting Mayor ..'i^'b1^^e^l/..-.Tli|!; car was appro-prI4te'tj^ijfi�)4oifet65^^^^ carried with the;l^|ej9^'tib)ij a.'laffire amount,of llt-e.ratV^^pI-ifflPfl&p.vandSJnlormatlon suf-flcliti),ti t?.4ay;>SfOre the Grain Com-mlsgli)tik''/.to.'.''.c'nvlnoe;;.them'that Mac-leod-'l'^vifttV pfdp'e'r 'place for the la-terjtaV^i^leVKt^lr, iand' grain Bampling depot'.'''; ' /'� 'S.'-.H�i^|rj?;?tuTnTnj officer for Mac-leDd'-'i(|Mytitu4j)jo^fP^iB;- a ~buBy ' man tlie|e'idayi,V.'the .eniarging of 'thedls-trrdjE;tfln|?i|^Wagvrties-nubiber of !poll' ';:.:>:.^:.vi'.^; .-�.'.;; . t1i^ ,^^llphorie;� ohtployees on, tbe-contti'u.ii^-'-aBpi^ttmertt '-afe' preparing-tiTelt'^^JJl^flS for' the oJttension of the lines aor,th, gotith, east and west from Mncl^od; D'c,;fiitrnardo'� boys gavejin Inter- Lethkidge Municipal Raily^ay LOST ARTICLES The following articles have been found on.-,tho Street oars; . 5 Muffs. - 1; Veil. - , 4 Ladies' Boas. 25 Pair Gloves? ' 3 Ladles' Hand Bags 3 Ladles'.Purses 1 Music Stand ' ., 1 Bottle Whiskey 1 Can 'Paint., 1 pair OVsralls. 1 Palp Shaea.'  1 R9Mry# - . . , The owners may secure their prop ertjrby balling at the Street Railway OlBce on 8,th Street South,, and-proving their ownership. '"ARTHUR REID, Geheraf Superintendent. DRAYING OF ALIi KINDS . XVestevji Transfer . Co.^ Ltd. Offlca-C.P.R. Prelght Sheds -PHONES- : ' 1163 and 462 Stable-1064 ; , Office: THE CANADIAN BANK .',,,, OF.;^t)MMERCE sot CDiWLINb Val^^ C.V.O..JLL.D., D.Ct... Preeidaat AI.lSXAliDEtt^l!AIRD ' ' JOHN AIRU i / ' Genferal ManaWer ' Assistant G�n�ralMBMg��' XAt�ITAX.J.^15iOO0,i)Qio . .jtlEST, $12,50Oi60O TOURISTS^ TRAVELLERS The Canadi8l!,Bank of Commerp''e,'' by rmtfon of fts large number of branchas in^' .very Provinca of Canada, with-^diTec^ representation in London, Eng., N�w York,'. B�nFrattcisco,'Seattl6,l^ortlandf OreJ, Mwrfco afid St. Johnls.Nfld., wlilT Aginti ana ^^Co'rrespbndehis'li) every part of the World, Is abii^'to offer unsurpassed facililiM %o th*,, (iavBlUng public,' enabling them'to oblaln* motley in the simplest yrpy at any ppilt,T! � their journey,the'World'oven The'TraveHtts' Cheques and Lemre of Credit Jbsued fcy^this Bank oyercope'the arinoyii)|r d'ifficultie's of obtaining funds abroad, Mpecliilly' In places wWe^dentifieation Is dlffipult. Cb�que'sctndJ3rafts'orialL.tiie countries of the world, drawn in sterUngV fnucs, Total As4(Ov�|!$6M()0W(iO . . Ijivestii&eiiit' .^r^ I oiily aggravatiojjB to til* man -vvlio has no ready money. Bttt^he who Kas a healthy Savings Accoiitit iri-tlie Union Panl^.pf Canada; is inV position^to take'a'dyantagje of these'pppprtutiities, ancl reap rich harvests �virhere his'les$ providtfnt neighbor ia helpless. , . '-^>'' , - *j >' " , esting entertainment on Thursday evening to an appreciative audience in the Methodist Cburrch. Fire losses in Macleod for the past year have been smaller than any previous, year in the history of the town, due in a large measure to the efficient fire department, and tne good supply of fire-tlghtlng apparatus. Premier Slfton 'Will open the campaign in Macleod, on Monday, March 31, at 8 p.m., in the Town Hall. This will give an opportunity for all to hear the premier of the province, the man who has made,Alberta the best province In the Dominion; who has. done 80 much for the farmers of Al� berta, to introduce in the leglBlatilre bills that always protect the farmer, that will assist him to get a better price for his grain, and all that he has to sell. Extra seats are being provided tq? the hall, so that ail nlay have an opportunity of listening to the best speaker in Alberta. The announcement of the election has.given everyone something to do; both sides have secured rooms. The Liberals have the beat in town, full offices on the ground floor next io the .Bank of Commerce; they also have the. basement )!or oommittee rooms, fully furnished, lighted and heated, where everyone who wishes may receive information. SCOTCHMtNI  imSHMElll. ENQLISHMBNC Hurryl Hurryl HUrryl If you want your frleudB to rea6h Canada in the early cgiMnr, book their, passage here, MOW. We can Issue their tlek�t0> fui^ nleh ^11 information and Kdep you posted ae .to tvhen thejr'-T^JlI arrlvei, BtilT have CABIN aftd T&tSfO CLASS acoommddatlons dn all steamers. Sailings wosMy; laif9 A�|r steamers'; low rates. ^ Apjily to S. B. Mltch�ll, AaShJI' H. E; LIDMAN, a.it , 3^9 Main,St., Wlhl!^! Phone The tantly �BhUoh ciiitl little Bethany Home for GirJfl'iai has bceri opened. TO CURE A COLD m 0*�K DAV^il Take LAJfATlVE BROMp'- ^ C. F. P. Conybeare,Block, Lethbrldge,'Alb?j4t(;/^ . - -a' Mr ourOwnHc^g - ^ W^^. jre'io^ftHftnii mbney tfo'ii Oeait.to Coast 'fh 0�n|iifc ^ ^> BUV OR BUILD hOM^ISl . '-.'PAV OFF MORTGAGES t 'IMPROVE REA;. estate Per |hvi.^ '\� o.t*M'.a street^ V.iJpj mm ""SSa Toropt' Street phone 94s IT Ip, �V - theW Youir Ei:elS OR,GET SICK. mm P ibllc Admin Btrato^''ajmO|^ LETHBRfOGE, ' W^fee ' 'Sza Eighth Avft'Sae^W^ _____ 35 ;