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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBKtPGE DAILY HERALD Monday, May 5.1913 FASCINATING HAIR FOR IS EASY TO HAVE. NATURAL COLORED AND BEAUTIFUL So many wonien 'lave grey or fa.ied hair; iipl-Icoi it until it becomes thin, dry and lifeless, begins to fall out and makes them appear mnoli older than ley re.iliy are. If your hair is n this condition get a bottle of 'ay's Hair Health today. Don't �ait any longer. Start using it r.v. You'll he delighted at Results from even one or 'O applications. The grey ;rs gradually disappear an ' �\>T hiilr will become full of 'p and vitality. It's not n dye � �! a nice, clean preparation hat quickly and effectively peps your hair dark, glossy and Atural colored* and that all "i:?gists gu.iranto^" .i.nisf.\c-tion 1" refund yotir nionev. Alwayr for Hay's Hair Health. Tor sale and � econin-.en led hy � e Red Cross Drug >t Book Co :d.. Acadia Block. RECOUN ELECTION BALLOTS MACLEOD IS NOT THROUGH WITH PROVINCIAL CONTEST-NEWS OF BUSY TOWN Maclpod, May \ - On Thursday night the lut-mbers of th,- MacU'od 1 y ACCIDENTS JOHN HILL HAD LEG BROKEN AND A LAD WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED Feniic. Mav 3.-.'\ special train ir.>m Coal (.'reek this inorniug brought O. O F. honored C. II. Hakcr by de duun a miner named John Hill, who corating him with the twenty live wa.-; siitlerint; from a broken leg_. The vear membership jewel Mv. iiaker special was met by joined the lodge here in 1S8S, and has been a rueinbcr of this lodge conl nu-ously. He is the only one of that year, who is able to attend, all the others are too iar removed. Mr, Baker is now a Calgary citizen. Mrs. "Spencer, Calgary, spent Friday and Satiinl'vy in Macleod. the ambulance, and the injured man was conveyed to the ho.spital, whom he was cared for When the aiternoon train came down at h.ili past four, a lad named Fckerslcy, who had btsen injured on tlie Coal Creek tipple, was brought down anil the amhulaiicc was again called into reiimsition. W Sensahaugh and .John Miller Friria\ aiternooii ^�..p organized a , . ^. chtptcr of the llan.;hlrrs of the Km- were captur. d at the C.l'.R. station pire \ larsc number attended the hy C(>nstable Harrison while they organisation meeting and much m- were siealiiig a ride iti violation of terrst wa^^ niamtested. The insiaila- the Itaaway ,\cl last night. They tion of ;hc olliccrs and mcrting o! were taken to the the police station the exec ti c v. as hold at ;he home DP mm\M ROLES "^H of the Sfcr. l;ir;. .1. W. McDon- ald, on Friday cvi:i:n.:, and a s cial tune Mas si'^nt together. Oi: Satur day af:eri,iion another p.vecutive meet.ng was held when instruct ons were given to the o'i;cprs-clect. R.-jiU-Inr mpptint,s will he held, and the bership increased, when import-n'k w ill be taken up r D NIA and later broimht before City Magistrate Whimster. Thry li..d travelled all the ua) iroin the prairies and told a hard-luck story. The magistrate gave them each a tifteeu-day sentence, which as suspended to give t'lem a chance to go to work at t^r! camp of the Fernie Lumber company. Messrs .\. 11 Trites and R. \V. i ng to the a'^s ssor's figures Wood, of the Trilcs-Wood Co, Ltd., .Mil" 1 has increased during the past arrived home iroiu the east yester-, year ust Sl.ll'iii OUP. This is a very day. Mr. Wood has been on a trip �subst. ntial growth for a small town to the Fanama Canal district and his ' of .'^,000 people. It is very noticeable vacation was shortened by the lire ' that no houses have been vacant for which destroyed l!ie company's large . ; the past year, a large number being store at Michel. He was met in Tor-: built during lOrj, still the cry for onto by .Mr. Trite.^ and these gentle-] ho'i-cs continues .Many permits have men held a conference with Some of _ � I already been taken out, for dwelling the ollicials of the Crows Xest Pass ' houspfi, but these are all rerled be- Coal compan\ relative to the rebuild-�n'innipeg. May The Caiiadi.Tn ,-j,fp ^]^^y built, and the demand iiig of the Michel store. It is under-Facific railway lind,5 itself on ihe continues. stood that no final decision was liorns of a dilei.iira. On the system ]{pv. C. Smilli, successor to Rev. reached regarding the m.ittcr. members of two different enginee's' R. Boyle, in the Presbyterian church, .\ poor unfortunate named F. Keil-ciganizations are eniplcyed and the js expected early in .Iiiiie. He comes am was found in an advanced state one .body objei-ts to the present sys- fnini the eastern provinces highly re- oi intoxication on the C.P.R. plat-ttm^.of promotions, while the other conmiended, and is anxious to come form last night and landed in the wants tho^statusmaintained. I west and grow up \\ith this new cit> jail. The magistrate gave him No; question oi wages is in>olved country | thirty dais behind the bars to sober and ptuside of.emplcying members of | Notice has been given of a recount up. unioifs. fo'r'th'e liiomeut opposing each bi^fore a judge, having been asked Tlic lure of 'Home Sweet Home" cthop-tlre ea-nadian Pacific railv.ay for, will take place on or before May was too much for the heavy delivery hasBD-partin the struggle. ' ; UUh. | team of the Trues Wood Co., Ltd.', In'this internecine'war between two | The town council is making appli- yesterday while on a trip to the .\n-Tailway brotherhoods the whole Can- cation to the L'eutenant-Governor- nex They used more haste than dis-adia^ Pacific i^aihvay sy.stem is the in-C"uncil to have some oi the cretion, with the result that the rig town's debentures changed from for- was badly smashed, but the horses escaped iniury. CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store �Phone 453 Acadia Block TUESDAY IS "SUIT" DAY IN READY-TO-WEAR SECTION Almost our entire stock, included in the three lines specially priced bolow and greatly reduced for the one day only. Opportunities for savings such as presented here do not occur more than onco or twice during- a season's selling, and stocks now are splendidly complete, offering the greatest variety of choice we have had to show this season, which, together with the splendid character of (he .savings offered, should make tomorrow one of the busiest "Suit Days" we have had this season. chiet sufferer. The-conciliation bo.ird appointed to : Vf'^rs to twentv years with in-irriifs into the trouble,' Dr. Adam i t"?st at siv per cent insteat^ of live, i...___ i .v _____as at prescut. 1 Jils is being done ow- IfcoKt; ch^ma^^ of 'thV'dvil'-^vh^ ^s at present. Thu, is being comiiiission as chairman-. .1. H. Well-1'"Sthe fact that shorty tern, de-. � �'� � V - benlures are more euqiiired lor in Tf - "r'"^' t. o '^"n"^'" preference to the long term, the in-Piiciflc Railway, and D. -Campbell ic ^^^^^ the diRerence, thus the men., had l^ first ^'--i giving the town treasurer moie men-.-^^.aJteraooii. jgv to handle in the i^:i;e ieugLb of r ...tungs- of the- board, will not � time. IGESS JILTS DICE VER ,0 -$32.50- Worth up to $47.50 This lot includes every suit included in our most expensive lines in iiavys and light colors; worth up to J-lT.'id. Finest wool Bedfords, Worsteds, Ratines and Imported Serges, shown In elaborate and more conservative styles. Tuesday ........Jp32.50 All the New Summer Wear Things are Here Newest dresses in voiles, mulls, wash goods and silks; wash skirts in repps, cotton bedfords, Indian Heads, and cream serges; wash and Middy Suits in the most wanted and wearable styles; wash coats, blazer coats and a lovely coU lection of Middy Lingerie and Tailored waists. A superb and truly fascinating display just to hand by express and shown for the first time tomorrow- in uU its completeness. Every one a distinctive and exclusive creation-the product of manufacturers who are recognized leaders in their line. Each model depicting the most approved and wearable styles to be worn throughout the season. And no matter how well pleased you areiWith the splendid styles and great variety of choice, another pleasant surprise will be added in the prices attached to the various garments, which are fully one-third less than similar garments have been marked former season's. A personal inspection is requested. EMBROIDERED VOILE DRESSES | GINGHAM HOUSE DRESSES .1>2.25 to $3.r)0 ELABORATE MULL DRESSES 1^5.00 to .$35.00 PRETTIEST WASH DRESSES .$3.50 to $17.50 $10.00 to .$22.50 WHITE WASH SKIRTS $1.50 to .$(5.50 ALL-OVER EMBROID'Y DRESSES $7.00 to $20.00 SMART MIDDY SUITS $0.50 to $12.-50 PRETTY MIDDY WAISTS $1.25 to $1.7.5 TAILORED & LINGERIE WAISTS $1.25 to .$0.50 Tuesday Remnant Sale Half Price Hundreds of useful ends of dress good and silks, cottons and sheetings, prints and ginghams, muslins and wash goods .towellings and linens. .-Ml laid out on om�-loiig counter for quick choosing tomorrow. Lengths which you can use In many easy ways, varying from one to ten yards in length and going tomorrow at Exactly Half Price. ALL MARK �\r\ FRESHNESS CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES HAVE UNIQUE WAY OF CONTROL-IMG HOME MARKET An important "jart of the poultry work of the Li\'^^St.ook Branch of the Department of .^agriculture, during the past year, � has been the organization of co-operatTvfr eggi'iiircles. Ten circles in all have been organized under the auspices of the branch, working in conjunction with the provincial and agricultural college authorities and the Poultry Profliicers" association of Canada. The preliminary work la connection with a number of others has been done, and from present indications it Is apparent that this phase of co-operative work is likely to have a rapid growth in the near future. Being primarily concerned 'with the! nodo'ubt be able to'tak'e advantage ot and quality received. In most circles the eggs from each farm are collected at stated intervals, but in others the members deliver the eggs to some central point, such as a creamery, cheese -factory, store or house, from which the manager makes the shipment. It is well known that at certain tea-sons of the year, there i,-. a wide dlf-terenee between the price received t'.-r eggs by the farmer in the country store, and the price paid by the consumer in tlio city. This difference is not nearly so marked in the spring of the year, as it is in the late summer, fall and winter. In other words, as the quality of ordlnai-y farm eggs becomes more- uncertain the premium placed on new-laid circle eggs increases. While during the spring of the year prices received by circle members may ncrt greatly exceed those paid In the local store, It is a fact that for the eggs prodneori in the month of December last year, the majority of circles in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec received a price of from 45 to 50 cents a dozen. A limited number of circles will improvement of the Canadian egg trade, the live stock branch has encouraged the formation of these circles because the movemeut aftorda a means whereby the quaiity of eggs can be improved as they leave the farm, and the pernicious practice of holding eggs, both on. the farm and in the country store largely eliminated. the rapidly groivlug select trade In the larger Canadian cities, but from the fact that the wholesale egg dealers in Ontario and Quebec have recently adopted a new system of buying on a basis of quality, It Is likely that the produe' ol' tue majoril> of circles will find its way to the consumer through the more recently es- Co-operative effort of this kind also tablished channels of trade affords a medium whereby the eggs j rj,^^ gto^ii branch stands ready in any given community may be col-1 ^^^^ willing to help on the Egg Circle lected, and marketed frequently and movement in every possible way. Of-regularly, and Insures to the consum- fjj,g^g this branch are now in the er a new-laid egg of uniform quality: ^j^j (^g^g jg available a rpian- at no great Increase in cost At the time of Joining the association the members agree to stamp each egg with a given number designated by the Board of Directors. This . is done so that the eggs of each mem-l>er may be identified when graded, and payment made according to quality. A manager is appointed by the Board of Directors, whose business it is to collect, grade, sell the eggs and apportion the returns among the members, according to the quantity piles cured in 6 to 14 days �your druggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding, or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 60o. Chiropodist PERMANENT CURE *FOR CORNS, BUNIONS AND ALL FOOT TROUBLES ABSORPTION TREATMENT A. B. Dinsmore ROOM 3, KIRKHAM BLOCK, tity of literature. Including outlines of constitutions, by-laws, etc., dealing with the work, copies of which may be obtained upon request from the Live Stock Commissioner. Ottaw-a. FRIENO GUTELIUS GETS ANOIHER lOB will have sole say about the Management of the L c. R. ottaw-a. May 3.-U is learned that the board of iiiaiiagi-m';tii. of the Intercolonial Railway system is to )>'� dissolved forthwitli and the management placed in the hands ot one coin-miss-ioner. The appointee will in- 1-'. P. Gutc-lius, formerly suiltal, believing his illness to be fatal, William Cr. Anthony, an Englishman, �13 years or age. made an attemiit to have and tell with such violence on the rope that he was descending that death resulted. ST. JOHN-: DOCTOR DEAD St. John, N.B., May 4.-Dr. E. A. Preston, a iiromlneiit St. .lohii physician died here today after a long Illness, fi3 years old. MAY HAVE DROWNED Kingston, .May ;'..--ll is fi-ured that Cadets A. L. Smith of Toronto, and H. .1. Logle of hainilton, attend!.ig tile Royill Mililaiy C.lkge. iiavu Ijeeii drowned. 'I'iu-y left the colKi-e wliaif yesterday for a canoe jaunt. An hour later Ihi'y were FCen on the iiorili-c-ast shore of the Mand. .Searching pnrtles and cadets were sc-nt out iliii morning and i!iu emiily canoe was kiiiiid lloaliiig. Hope tli.il llu- ;-ndei� loai-hed shore have net yet been abandoned. (iAKDEN SAGE DARKENS (^HAV hl'l) rVATUKAELY AOBODY I'AX TELL RESTORES ITS LUSTRE, PREVENTS SCALP ITCHING; DANDRUFF AND FALLING HAIR That beautiful, oven sliatle of dark, Canadian Pacillc at .Monirc^a!. \-\.r the j ^joasy hair can o;ily bi- had hy breV- bring back Ihe natural enlor and lustre of ycnir h.iir and is llic best, thing known to remove li.-.iulrnU, niup scalp itching and rallln.i;, iKiii. Ev(!ryliody cIkkiecs "\','\��ili-i ' Sai'o and Siilp'.uir becuusi' li diii-kcrja so past year and a half he lias been on ; lug a Jiilxlure of Sage Tea iiiid .Sul- njitiir.illy and evenly that nobody earf the cominlBBlon invostiguling the (-on- P'lur. While It 1b ^ mussy. tedious u,\\ \i j,us been applic.-l. -i'nu simply striiction of the National Trunteon-1well repays those whose h.ilr ,i,im|ien a sponge or soft brush and tinenfU railway This lu'iul-.- u... !'s turning grey, faded and utreiikei. diavv llil� through the hair, taking one tinental 'auw.y. uis in.iui., l, .o ^r^^^. i,^,,. q,,, ciiarm. It makes small strand at a lime which requires been practically completed and Mr.j^r mars the face. When it fades .turns but a few moments. Do this at night Gutellus is consequently tree to take i gray and iQOks dry, whlpsy and scrag over his new duties. He will be given full charge of the Intercolonial. A. E. Nutter, former city urciiltect of London, Ont., threatens to sue Mayor Graham for reflections on his ability in respect to court Uout.o plans. _ . ..... and by niorniiig llio yi-a / hair hnu dls- gly Just an appllcatlcm or two of Sage appeared and uftor another appllca- and Sulphur enhances Its appearance don It bocomos bfjaiiitfuUy dark and a hundred fold. aiipears glossy, lustrouH and ubiind- Don't bother to prepare tilie tonic; unt. It ci'i'ialnly lieips folks look you can got from any drug store a .'.0 years younger and twice an allrucllvo, cent bottle of "Wyetli's Sage and Sul- Hays a well-known down town drug- ph.ir Hair Roinndy," ready to use. gist. Aycnts, J. D. lllglnbothiim This cttu uhviiya be depouded upon to Company. � Q B8A ;