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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. May 4, BUCHAN'S I'or fcnliinlii v ami ]Uomliiv are olfermo 1 f o Exceptional bargains in several lines of our largo and complete stock of MEX'S WEAR, .and as ihey not last long- at thebc prices il will bo to your interest to be on hand early itnd get yours. Suits; values up it for a fen small silver coins Unlucky Gift All tills mnda it still moie attract- ive lo tho young woman She ndmlrid tho cunning and tho (jualnt carving on the funny little' heads II looked awed" on' her Corfalnly no other girl In the, city Mould have one like It Tho' necklace vag.JierE.nnen she left the i room N'o'v it must be stated th.U --------uas a brunette of the spaii, ling, animated tyjre. Sho had all thai hair fine eyebrow lashu thick as u thatch, and that rich, full-blooded skin with faint olhel 'me suggestive of southern ancesln. Charmed with the; necklace gift, she It constantly to the admiration] of Iiei family and the scciet einy of j several girl, friends. Huge Freckles I "What on e.irth is thatyon your neck'" exclaimed the girls mother me niuining at breakfast a feu weeks I iler. A curious blotch, ery similar to the ordinal) Iher spot] id _made its appearance just aboie er daughter's collar. Her neck had been pei i'ectly' clear from any blemish on tho preceding night, Examination revealed not onlj the blotch first observed, hui oth ers, icry faint, and apparenth in pio cess of formation Next dav they bad Spread bejond the jaw, and a suspic Ion of discoloration show ed through the rosy centre of one cheek. Off to the .doctor post-haste. An African Ailment Tho familj phjsician, mj stifled, re commended a skin specialist. That gentleman, '.in turn, expressed his won- derment But, suspecting the neck- lace, :he made enquiries, searched dili- gently through iome tomes on tropi- cal medicine, and flnallj, after cor 'rage f Pen-Angle Union Suits 0 -D Do Delight 0 i a- Those Who Wear Them You will so comfortably clad in yvouY first Pen-Angle Union Suit.. .the under- wear that fits and does not lose its shape. 9 Nor has the-wash-tub any terrors for this knit-to-fit and >arranteJ-not-to-shrink un-! derwear. the best invest- ment in intimate money can find. qFor it retains to the end the quality that makes it sell in the first place... and that is more than you can say of ordinary underwear that has you the' same price. 9 You will be satisfied 74 PENMANS LIMITED.. PARIS.. CANADA SWEATERS HOSIERY UNDERWEAR GIRLS GO BY. THOUSANDS Dorothy Arnold Caie Only- One if the Many Mysteries Neu York Jfay the jear 1911 3500 calls wero made on the New York police to'all! families from which some member had disappeared Approximately 1000 women, most of them young girls, ranging in age from 14 to 20 years, naie utterly disap peared. Nor does-this number cover all the joung nbo drop out o[ the world of their. own acquain- tance Buddenh The police say that no more than naif. the actual disap- pearances are formally reported. aim, cur "During- said a police offlcml lespondenco with fellow commenting on the figures, "we have high up in the profession, concluded becn confronted with hundreds of that his patient had contracted a most' cases sjmilar in every degree to that pecul'ar malady not uncommon among of Dorothy Arnold the Kaffirs The disease consists m the loss of a pigment in the akin, and l TURN WATER INTO CGWIEY STRIKES WATER SUPPLY All iudicdtlons point to a sucqeis- iul and club prosperous season for th 150 FEET-OF.'GOOD WATER GUARANTEES A PER- MANENT .SUPPLY ilay Lou Bigga returned lo town Tuesday after three weeks visit to Lundbreck; Air Leslie Tustmn and iMisa spent Sunday in Pjncher Creek. Mr. J. M Easterbrook 'purchase trough W. E. Tustian an Emnierso engine disc gang which wa.3 un loaded on Afondaj'. This is the firs certain coloring matter being gr.ifl :Will.Soon Be All Right Jlore and more blotches came one on the young ladj _And as'each one gradually faded aw a} a patch of fresh, fair skin Mas left. Aside from the un pleasantness of this transformation, no pain or discomfort has been felt, and the is in reality noth- ing more noi less than A piolonged bleaching of the skin. Ji. year possibly a few- months more, Will see a termination of tbe trouble Apparently most of the cl.irlc pigment has boon thrown off Tho blown natches are now few and faint, and in a short tune a brunette will have had her .complexion formedifnto. that pf a dainty blonde, i '6T MARY'S RIVER Tardsfon Horn in ion snr- vey outfit; located hi .the. district and Ml! ri'obably remain here soane fotur months.. ?Their business is to see whether "water from, the Belly rhcr can be turned into the St Mary's river, to.inake.up that will bp occasioned by tho U. S. re clamation service. Those Icy-Blasts Don't BotfterMe ABit CHEESE-FACTORY FOR. MOUNTAIN VIEW Sray 3 stock company to erect a cheese lactorj is being or- ganized a.t.Mountain Shares will be and may he pur ,An effort is being 'have Robt Jlbey man- age the ifew midertalting. cap is stiffest register of Canadian bliz- an Eastern Brand." 'When I don't want the extra protection, I just turn it up inside the cap and wear' like any other. It's splendid for winter sports, pro- tecting ears, forehead and back of neck." "I've found it worth while and safer to ask for Eastern Brand in any kind of ,cap. They' make them in all sensible colors and you >can-have your choice of their Arctic band. Either will" be perfectly sanl- :ary. So different from the old-fashioned fur bands which are often made from factory sweepings and refuse." TAX ON BOOZE AGENTS- The P P 1 legislature proposed to tax litjuoi travellers a jear, f CUT OFF FROM COUNTRY Berlin has separated itself from financial affairs of Waterloo county. TROLLEY TO PORT BURWELL London mil likelv build a 2fi mile electric to Port The -kind that are above always. They make ra man feel his own giVe him ease, spirit, confidence. They impress others, The man of moderate means finds in economy. The rich man can wear no better. We can fit you from itock. We alto nuke to order. Unfade-cUe Blue Serf e Suit at them true ''''2 KIDPATJI CASH TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS Avt, South, Hull Block, Lethbridge disc gang in the district and is bein with interest. Several notices similar to the follow me; may be seen around town these dajs, "The Sometime Football team heieby challenge the Cowley Iwsebal team "to a game, of baseball any. nigh ueek." AVheie is the basebal team? Are they going to accept? W. 0. Robinson .is at present up -with an attack o-f rheumatism It is hoped he w ill be around again soon "Chappie" Clarkson is in receipt ol a contract from .Cheaty Cox, .'manager of tlie Bassano W. C. L. team, to pluy tbe outfield for his team. Chappie is well known here, and his loss will be a great drawback to tbe local .team. G.-Askoy has opened an office in tbe Cowley Land Go's block, and will be found theie until he gets his business closed up in .town. After a long uait, Copley has at last got water by drilling in town. For the past few years, the water supply 1ms been piped in, and has always been giving trouble. Over one hundred and feet water guarantees a continual supply of tlio best to be had. Mr. George Fortier and bride, Calgan, will arrive tonight from Spok ane.-. He has been touring tbe.'coa'S on his wedding triu He was mar riod on1 April 21 in Calgary. Being here, he is well known iii this district.. .Ills many friends join, in wishing him every success in his ried life, Mr. O. F. Snydor commenced duties as postmaster on Wednesday. regret is felt for the loss of'the. old ami very obliging postmaster, D. R. MclvGT, 'lie was well liked while filling and discharging his duties In a very able, manner. Mr.Snyder has moved the office into tho Pettlt. Howie Block. ig Spring FIVE YEARS FOR LEACH Leach sentenced at'St. Cathnrliics to five years for uttering forged Lethbridge, Alta. Auspices CITY BAND i Attractions Furnished by The Parker Shows CON. T. KENNEDY, Gen.Mgr. 15-HIGH CLASS SHOWS-15 BASE BALL PARK Come and Have a Good Time Commencing ONDAY AY 6 2--SENSATIONAL FREE ACTS AND BAND CONCERTS DAILY and p. m. Featuring Largest Trained WUd Animal Show in the World ONE WEEK MONDAY NEXT, MAY 6 ;