Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MAY 2, 19H THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALP PAGE NINE AN ULSTEKIT13 DRILL HALL AT LIMAVADY The building to the lett (low section) was built by Q'ateptes at Lima- spec'ally for drilling purposes. The raoncj lalseil In the town, lias 2500 people, half Catholic. Carson spoke there lutely initories Immlgiants will be accommodated here free of change MUST PROVIDE ROPES IN SASKATCHEWAN HOTELS Moose .Taw, Sask.; May pro- .vinciai-license'commission met this morning-lib the Council chamber to consider the. applications. Iii open- ing Chairman Melhoke explained that the 'commissioners were prepared to iccommend that licenses be granted, tout that" before the licenses were granted-, by the department an affi- davit: would have to be filed to the effect .that regard to ropes iireach room Jiad been complied with. He -said that va %-inch cotton rope must'be. attached to the 'wall at a window in each .room. The law was explicit in this regard, and the com- mission, thad decided to allow until July 1. If satisfactory evidence was given' by''t If the department would grant the license, 'otherwise no li- cense be gnen To obviate the danger to the lungs from inhaling dust, a new rock drill is so constructed that it catches all the dust in a hag. .Skin Beneath Lifeless; Fingers Painful. Sleepless Nights, Used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint- ment. Complaint Gone. 70 Agricola fit.; Halifax, N. "Some ttrhoago my flugcr" nails' began to dropolT, the result it was Jieliovcd or lead poisoning. Tlia nails themselves wcro'-tirictiw Sr.d dry. tho skin beneath being lifeless looking. lingers wcro excessively painful causing eloeploss nights. I jras treated for about llireo months anri'fiiq nalla grew ayain but aw.iT from tiio flesh 6." tho flngcrs and then fell off again. "JlavinaJicard a fi.'eat deal of Ontlcura Soap and Ointment I sunb for a sample of both In Hie liopo or their healing my Jlngera which TTCTO very painful. At night after waehlng my hands well with ilia Cuticura Soap I rubhed tho Cuticura Ointment all tiround tho finger ends and wore: gloves to prevent the Ointment from being rubbed off. then again In the morning cashed jny hands with tho Cuticura Soup. Tho Cuticura .Soap and Ointment had a cooling effect and arter iiilng them for a'ebort while 1 van sur- prised to feel fingers much less Fore and beginning to assume a more healthy appear- ance; tho fungus. which 'had grown under tho old nails disappeared 'anil then new strong nulls formed. This trouble had lasted aliont cigli'tccn months, beforo using Cuttcwra Soap and Ointment yet after using same for three moutlis.niy fhigiT nails had frown strong and coin plaint had entirely (Signed) Ern'JS'jEcckforil, Oct.. 12, Cut Icura Soap and Cuticura, Ointment arc Bold by druggists and dealers everywhere. A single set is often sufilclcnt. Fora liberal frco sample of each, wHh 32-p. book, send post-card to'Pottor Drug Chcm. PcDt.-D, Boston, U. S. A. F. C. STEELE WON BIG DISTRICT M I A H ELTON OF LETHBRID6E WAS JUDGE Grandma Used Sage Tea to Darken Hair She made up a mixture of Sage Tea and-Sulphur to bring back color, glou, thick- ness' Common garden sago browed Into a heavy ten with sulphur and iidded, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair, beautifully .dark and luxuriant, remove every..-bit dandruff, stop scaln Itching ami railing: hair. Just'a few. applications will .prove a revelation if your hair Is gray or dry, scraggly'. and thin. Mixing tho Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is io get itiu reaily-to-iise" tonic, costing about 50 ccnls a large bottle at drug stores, known na "Wycth's Sage and' Sulphur Hair avoiding a lot of muss. While gray, faded is ;hpt sinful, wb .all tksirc to retain our'youthful apneiira.ieo and attractiveness. Ily darken- ing your hair with Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can toll, because it does it so natur- ally, so Gvouly. .You just damp- en .a sponge or. soft brush >vlth It and draw tills through your hair, taking, one mnal! strand at a timo; by morning .il1 gray hairs 'Im'yc (llsaiipearcd. iinil, aftijr, another application or iv.'o your hair becomes hep.uUf'ir.y dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant J. IllBlnbotham Co, MagraLh Alta April ev ening in the Electric Theatre the dis trlct M.I.A. contest -was a large and appreciative audience. toeing iu attendance Lethbrfdge a police court magistrate acted as judge in the oia torical and retold storj contests and Mr. L. Mitchell of Raymond adjud- icated the musical uurrbecs gu mt, excellent satisfaction throughout, The subject of thb oration was "True to the Fait! represent ing the Raymdndr First Ward'and P. C. Steele Vagrath After weighing the evidence in the scales of justice and pointing out ;.the' 'weak- arid com- mendable points of the two addresses, the witty disciple' of Blackstone de- cided in the latter's favor; adding that he won what there was by "a maibin closo the Scotch race." There, was no "coiLoetition fn boy's chorus, the prize going to tlie first 'warcl of Raymond. They pang "The and gave a most commendabje rendition of the selection. Mr. Will Stone was the conductor, and Miss Clara Anderson tlie pianist. The story-telling: contest was Very keenly contested. Judge Elton said he 'was certainly..slud .lie-.wad not Iu the newspaper i business now. for there would be grave danger of him losing his' hold on his readers, to-say nothing .about those Httle things that count for so much iu the publishing game. There were three contestants ia this event. Viola Allen of Raymond. Alias McBride of Wollfng and A. J. rest assured that he will be accorded a cordial reception SEVEN PASSENGER Ful! Floating Rear Axle Started Electrically Lighted The "Six" That Is Outselling All Others Outselling them, because ft outvalues them. Not merely charging less, but giving more, An inventory of features, and put, proves A demonstration settles the question beyond A seven-passenger a a six-passenger. So comfortable and'body pronounce it perfect So light that it skims the road as a swallow skinis the air. Weight so weii distributed that it sticks to the road-way as though it were a rail-way. So free from friction that vibration is reduced to. the vanish- ing point So powerful that no condition it meets can daunt it Nothing left to be beauty, readability. 'And lower price, Judge it, first, by its own superb steadiness, smoothness and power. Then, by comparison with cars costing more. Full Floating Rear Axle with pressed steel housing. Studebalter-Wagner separate unit starting and lighting. Full equipment of Timken bearings. Two disappearing auxiliary seats in the tonneau. Gears of our own heat-treating arid cutting. Springs of our own make and testing. Our own drop-forged front axle. Our own beautifully designed and finished body. Our own special crowned fenders. Our own steel stampings and castings throughout. STUDEBAKER CORPORATION OF CANADA, limited, .Walkenie, Out FOUR Toon'nit CM 11375 SIX Tontinu Car J197S SIX Uniiau-Roaditer JIJ50 SIX Sedin J39SO Model "35" Touring Cat I1SOO "SIX" HEW Sold by Lethbridge Auto Co., Lethbrldge It's a Studebaker courtesy on the. part of. the Canadian Pacific Kail way, M. the Russian ambassador at has ust presented a magnificent'portrait' of the. great Catherine to be hung in the lounge of the J'Empress of Rus- sia." Such little friendly actr, friendly relations I two couutrios than anything else, i Canada, and Russia have riinriy simi- laritrcs, in their ivheat growing areas of-prairie' lalul, in. their mineral wealth, in tlieir mountain ranges-, in great lakes, and in their gigan- j.tic waterways. Russia has ,liad long- l.qr time in which to develop her re- i it is doubtful whether the Empress Catherine ever heard of tjic country of Canada. But she re-' fcogni7.cs the spirit and enterprise of j IIPI sister, and with imper- ia'l courtesy offers the glad hand. C.P.B.GEISTITLE The title "Empress" as applied to an ocean liner was happy notion of a Canadian" Pacific official whim the Pacific service of tjnl cornpinj was initiated hotwecii .Canada and the Pisj igo In the cnsp oi the miming of the "ICmpi'css of it orcnce was inidr to tht moM ic'iiaik ah'le of all Kmprcsscs, Catherine the Great, whose activities 11; of her countrj are paralleled oiilj the "spacious ii ijs of Qm in rtihclh." In ipprrcitttion of tins rPhe first gir" motorcyclist oE Eu- gene, Ore., is Miss Martha La Tel- who ia clerk of the locail post- office. RED. MEN CELEBRATE IN FEATHERS IN C. L. GILL CHIEF Edmonton, hundred braves of the Indian tribe on the Ho- boma 'reservation, 60 miles south o'f were in attendance when Chief Samson and' his headmen con- ferred tho title of chieftain upon Charles L. Gill ot Edmonton, for serr vices rendered to _the red men. The feature of the entertainment, which followed the ceremony, was a cycle of ]3 'tribul dances. One of the par- ticipants, Buffalo 90 years of age, a veteran of the iteil Tebellion, literally; danced a .half-, dozen young men their-feet. The braves, were in festal day-finery of silks and furs and 'bead-.work.- Their faces were painted with; yellow and red ochre. Following ttie-usual .'exchange of presents, the Indians met in coun- cil, at which Gill -was admitted into the brotherhood. A jjersisjient JtVXinrd of the ceremony and dances was made by a moving picture camera, operator. This will be', exhibited: for the first time bn.the reservation .about the mitt die of 31 ay The Evidence "If, as the poet remarks, 'The lov- ing are there isn't a mite of doubt." said the milk-toaat philoso- pher, "judging from tho feminine fashions, that the women of to-day better get the lawnraower out and are the most affectlonte crc aturea Mjigszlnq. SHOE POLISHES THE F. F. DAUEY Co, LTD, BUFFALO. N. 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