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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD '1J15A UTll-T'L, LV8TKOUH, HEAVY HAIR AND XO DAN JUtUFF OK ITCHY HCALP OET A 25c BOTTLE OF DANDER. j INE .AND JUST'TRY STOPS FALLING HAIR AT 'ONCE Thin, piillle, colorless nnd icrnggy Ij'alr Is mule evidence of a neglected scaly; or awful, There is -nothing so cleoti ucllve .to, "the hair us dandruff. It robs tiichalf of Its lustre Its streng'li anil IK wry life, oventlmlly producins a ce onsh ness and'Itching nliich If not lemedldd cnlweiniic'ha.r rmts to shrink! Ihon the hair falls outcast" A Ten applvlng all the dnndiiiff will al! itc'lnijj will and there will moro Julllng hair. .Millions of men unit Women use Knowlton's Danderine ant' j thcj have dandruff, Itchy Mtlp j or falling know that It I keeps cliuta-nnd healthy and mnkei! the hair grow neavy, long ami beautiful s Get a 25 emit bottlo Uandeilne from any drug store or counter, and after the, "Hrst.'ap: you will gay It was investment you ever "made. Ybnr hair, 1 Immediately take on that life, lustre, nhd luxuriance which Is .'an beautiful, It will become wavy, aii'd1 fluff) nnd have the appearance of abundance, an Incomparable 'gloss and.softness, but whnt-will please'you most will be 'after just n few week's use, wboii you will actually see ft lot of fine, iig all'over the. sculp; i a Comer Letlibrldsft la of the cities of the West That Is opinion P W Rich holds of this pitj, after the West during the naet six months, and he fracas his conclusions, not on any per rcepUbIe boom nt the present time, but Ihe soltd touudailon. ou the has to build, is division' manager of- the Canadian Home IniestmenY'Co, which" iiperu-d its office here in Februaij lie c-amo to Albeita recentlj Trom.thq ipoinpVny.'g. head, off ice in (Vanconver, and stationed .it Qalgdrj in chin thfe" Alberta braliches. I Although thBjConpany has been ps tabllsjtcff only jear, said Air Rich, ah pad v doing laige volume of is the ciy of the West, and. the comuani hopes to do much tovidrd the the country by giving- the small in :vestor a chiinceHo lisa cheaper'money That tho company s business is -the fact that they this veek opened offices in the.IInUedtStates, where business bd carried on undai the name of Uhe Continontal Home and Iinebtme'nL Co. Wlthtn the jears, thev also to open offices in Eng- eriivj almost the Engllih-speak- ing1 world. Wiv'Rich, stated'.that If husiness in Lethbridge warranted company would at a later date erect a building cf their own trore Atr the present time they are of fice building in A'ancouver, whicl will he the largest office building in Canada. MILADI 'EDITEp BY "INO" Offlc., 1224 MAN SHOULD JOIN Jaml rjnd also m -Uistraltd, thus did institution TIio Y M C A, ever to the needs'of men; nnd realizing that there is a large influx of meu to the citj at Una season of the who all awaj ironi home comforts and Decided to she.the public tlie Y. M C. A jH'ivileges for, the summer months at a. fca jthan ever and verj mucK actual cost to the Association thme Hill of men Mish to of the gjnmas shower baths, tennis, football, baseball, reading room, the association decided to issue membership itekefs for the (our sum mer months at the nominal fee of ?3 50 This will give every man, rich an' taking ad- vantage of the privilegesjand. partici- pating >in-the activities, of'this spleri- Reason Why info ''you experience, "knowledge and'lkill. We have put into Alberta's Be'st Baking supremest effort v' If, you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking JPowder as we do in its manufacture, you will AlNrtf's every always eipjljcnt, )ffld'invariably certain in results. CVNVDA" 'I hr Innd1; of o'U fair Dominion stretched out' Tar tin1 wide Atlantic rolls To culm i'aolllc side Vntl thc'sonjf of Mrs Peleisen will reside al StnKc Clubs and Societies Aba special meeting ot'thc congrp- gation of the tenan cliurch at High Jlner, uhich was held at the home of Mi Kellett, it decided to build a church to cost in. the neighlioihood of ?1200 Ar; infcicstmg tennis ioutnamcn lie plajed ofl at the citj courts v'Ofnortow morning between a Spring Coulee and a local team.. Members o the club will the courts in the afternoon, when tea will' be served The garden parfa on St Vugustm's ectorj lawn Monday m connec- t ion'with the 21th anniversary, prom- ises to he a delightful gathering The qlj band has hcen engaged for the ning and SOUT of the old timers br m a ren-imscftil mood The aufhofitics oi St ,-VugusUn'siwant it !o be imderiitood, that this is not foi the of their own congtegation, but a cordial imitation gncn to all to come jnd join m hi? The LEVER on i> A Guarantee of Purity Excellence. Hospital Ladies' Aid are endeavoring to do their .annual col- ectlng. Should any not ...-be called: ipon, their contributions would be hankfulU icreivcd cither bj the pce- jflonl, Mrs P. 1, Maismitli, 1018 its! S, 01 tut sccrptaij-trea- urer, Mrs Southard, bdl Fighth ,S and aclvnowledged wilh the oilectcd contributions through the icdiutu of the daih newspapers hesc contributions must uhc.'.loth. (he men oJ the cih campaigned to raise enough money to creel a, Y.M.'U.A, here, the young lad- ies'turned out and helped for all they urre worth Vow it's our turn, and want, (be young men of- (be city, by. that wr rneun all the iimiijto turn out and lu-lp us In raise money1 to put uji n V.W.l'.A." Diiiii! bnvlKUi Vsso- tiafion 101 I (thhinlge, with a hmlil- ing and ;ill tlic rccpiisltes which go Will) it to proudc a the EMPIRE-MADE Only goods produced within the British Empire Offered at Our Week-End Sale t V Ready-to-Wear Clothes from Ontario Our factories in the, are today producing Head} -to-Wear clothesyi tlmf can equal, iJ' not surpass, any 'producer in the Avicle world. -VJ' Man Tailored Waists Embroidered Cut, by, Canadian-workmen miae and finished ithjn the Dominion, these "waists repie sent the very-last word la plain tailored styles. Some nave tuck- ed fronts with soft others 'perfectly plain, Any of these Waists are well worth from to Saturday Special at Dress Skirts and Underskirts from Eastern Factories Midi Waists a strong white Repp; .produced hi Canada and modelled .on. Canadian lines, red or navy collars, with bows to' match. ''Made fiom k verj sook or lawn broldeied, stylish artd'-ivJH1 laundry" last Dress Skirts ma'de.from Canadian tweeds, pan-' amas and serges; modelled in Canadian, factories are a.amrag'line this week end; any of them would'be good value at but you can display jour loyaltj and save money by pur- i chasing them on Satin day at ;Ca'riadian.sateen is the material chosen for this speciar Hue "of underskirts, and they are every one of in'.the factories Jn the East; knife pleated Trills or flounces, Just the thing for hard p Saturday, 75 cents and ......9 Some Staples from The Old Land When is conicb to producing staples oi' the kind that resist wear and give the best A alue i'or your money, those produced in the old country rank an easy first. Sheeting yard Of. that good.substantial weave that is only. produced in one place, but the price will he re- duced for this great bdle and j on can purchase U 72 in wide for pei >d Turkish Towels, 30c. Towelling, yd. Are Turkish in -name, thev are produced'from the raw material beneath .-flag. White or brown, with red fatripe well worth 40c per pair. Saturday, per pair A product of old Ireland pure linen and jou would be pleased to buy it in the regular way at 15 yard. Saturday will see it 1 O 1 dovt n to I C 2 English Prints, Hose and Bed Spreads Prints at 12 'Best-English: prints in light and 'you know the colors will stand 'to the last Thei '-are well worth -15 cents, but Saturday of- 1O1 fer them at .Its Thesq are a great bargain, pure w-hite, i. en y w e, but easy to wash; they would be good buying at money; full size. Saturday at onlj Ladies' Hone at 25c. Very fine Cashmere hose of English manufacture, in all the sizes fiorii 812 to will be of fei ed a en great bargain on Salui day at per pair Fifty Dozen Canadian Neckties at 25 cents each Yu? havo got logethcr a ivoiulcrfui oi' all kinds KNIT NECKWEAR in all colors, accordion knit FINE SILK NECKWEAR la plain colors or with cross stripes, plain colors and heathei miUuros hindered ends, eios Bbtripes, ipoti and a. 1 lety of patterns 25c About 50 in all to select from and the values run from 50c, and 75c to Saturday-every necktie will: be reduced to Tea from far Ceylon frorri British Columbia will mingle in the cup thai cheers A 20 Ib. sack of Sugar ,and a'3 tin of Hudson Bay Go's Ceylon Teaj Saturday Cnrnaval ToiJetl Soap, reg 40c for 30c Cowan's Cocoa, 1-2 Ib. tins, 25c H. P. Tea Kusksf reg. 50c for 40o Cowan'.s Chocolate, 1 Ib. tins 40c Hudson's Bay Flour, 98 Ib. Sack for r TO-DAY, Thursday, store open till 10 p.m. HUDSON'S BAY CO ,'oung ladies of the city is the'latest scheme ot tlic Women's Civic Club of of Trade, and t i( they ore sncuessdil in .tlicir ohject Leth- ndgc jiave a iV C vill be Ihc of other western cit- es not ;ct so fortunate in thai re- gard. One of the inclnbers of the Women's Civic .Cluli "called on the Herald ycs- tenlnv aflenuion, >and tlie. above just a'loilt gncs the of hci inlerMfw The pioposltlon has been considered for some time. At first it KOS not thought possiblr lo undertake vmiything yb important .is Ihe erection nf.a biiilding aloiiR the lines of the Y.M.O.A., but .several of I tlie men of- Ihe city liavy j I.TPII inlcresled and .tile ladies believe Hut llm i uii ijiM' inougli nionev to build and eiiuip a comfortable buihl- for (lie ladies witlioiit tax- ing the "n'uckclhooks of the heads of ihc house too milch. If; tlicy find, af- ler fiirfbcr discussion that such a plati woiild be .feasible at this'time, a campaign to raise the nfcess-an fund will bc'sUrted lime in the near future, A1 meeting bft held.on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock sharp, in the Y M C .uidilorium, Klien Mrs H R Jan cson, of Calgan, C F I1 Cons- brarc and I' A Cunningham will speak Mrs lanneson was, one of tie leading sptrils in connection ll'e building and equipping of the mo- dern U V at Calgary, and Mie will lay the wlmle proposition .before lie people of l.ciiibridge.. Tins niecl- will le a meptniK and ,is noiri'ii uic urged lo be His Women's Civie flnli is verv an- .vion.s lo get Ilie proposition under tlihe ilislinil casek ulicic Uiucllerb' ahi have lieen of ndiantige, have come under Ihc notice of guita icnnllt, nnd thcv be'ie've that C V coultl undertake'tin1; work better than other organiration 'I he me.nbcrs of the Sons of Eng- land Lodge "Pride No. 283 arc requested to" attend the an- nual tliurcli paiade, which ttki place