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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 37, E LJRTH iB DAILY PAGE NINE No Sittings or Sweepings Nothing But Leaves, Yes, Fresh, .Tender, Hill- Grown, Fragrant "SALADA" Tea It (Costs no more than common-place teas. OIL Ml YEI FILL i'An. Okotoks. farmer, for two years has been unsuccessfully endca- vctfing to dispose of Iris faun land, woke up one morning to find that the land had made him fabulcuslv rich. Tlie taste of prosperity was -.too iuucii for and his mind has be- come temporarily deranged. I'lobpenty also proved too great a strain oil the mind ot a young Cal- giirian is known in this tity On he was wildly de-. Eiiibiug lion, a week ago he had notj the price pi a meal, while today he' was- Worth half a million. He.stated that he was giving a series of lec- tures on oil, and that he cSuld an- swer any question put HINDUS BRITISH SUBJECT'S AND SAY so Vancouver, May detailed ex- amination of the 376 Hindus aboard the Kouiasata Maru wns commenced today. One by one the jnnn will br> tested by medical officer Dr. Monroe as to their physical fitness to become citizens of. Canada. The examination is likely to last several daya. .As a matter of fact, very little attempt has apparently been made by the'Hindus to comply with the Canadian regula- tions. They simply on. their rights as subjects '--to enter Canada. Bliie MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 COFFEE and BAKING PQWDER Blue Ribbon perfection has been attained by .years of careful study. There is no "jiist as.good" Insist on Blue Ribbon Coffee, Tea, Baking'Powder, Spices, Jelly Powders and Extracts. They are guar- an teed to give perfect -v. SPRING >0 In the'lore sky Read a promise from its blue Listen to earth's vibrant cry. Set Creation' aueiv. Where the running waters Call, Lead the flowers in their "Jance rom winter dearth and thrall Celebrate deliverance. Learn, my soul a daily flight From the fcmj oi'.Iear'pss Take, from morn, its joy and light. He, with Spring, a part of Spring. Scrace. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. .Elmer Ainsworth, 32-19 Sixth A., S., for the lirst time since icr marriage- Mrs. HI IF. Judson, Siiite 4, Bryan Hock, for the last time this season. Miss Tifney spent the l.oliday with Mrs. (Dr.) 1'atton, of Coutts. Mrs. D. II. Elton were ibliday iisitors in Cardstpn. Mr. J. A. Livingstone is a guest t Braemar Lodge, Calgary. Mr J lat, was a week-end visitor in the city. 9 Judge and Mrs. Jackson and chil- dren arc spending some time in Banff. Mr. George Wllolen left last night I for Baufl to altehd the Masons' grand 'lodge. The Aledicine Hat Tennis gave a most enjoj-ablc dance on Monday evening'in honor of the Lcthbridge team. Mrs. J. 'H. Chtaey accompanied Mr., and .Mrs. J.. Armstrong as far "as anK; where she %vill spend Mr. and Mrs. Crane, Peter- horo, an'noimce' the' engagement of their only daughter-, Gladys Emily, to Mr. Douglas Clarkson, of Clares- nolin, Alta., elder son of the late Rov. J. B.. Claritson and of Mrs. Clarkson, Montreal.' The marriage will take place very quietly on June' 25. i r. -f. Mrs... J; R; Miner the engagement' of her daughter, Leoira, to Mr. Arthur G. Gumming, account- aut of the International Harvester eoihpauy, the marriage to take place OH the iirst day of .June. -r I. It is reported in London in circles that sliould-know, Unit the next high commissioner will IK the Hon. 0. II. Pcrley. This office i.s an important one and .carries with it a high social standing. Should rumor provo truo that after the close of the present session of the Dominion parliament the lion. Or. II..Pcrley take up tiis duties the Dominion has'selected a most worthy successor to the late Lord Strathcona. Mrs. Perley is one b! Ottaw.a's favorite :iostesscs and a-warm welcome will await hoth the Hon. G, II. Perley md Mrs, Perley in London. Miss Lillian JU-. Hudson, of Gads- i Alberta, has the honor of win- ning the ?100 prize given for the most prolicient work in the junior year of: the Johu Hopkins hospital, Baltimore. jMr. and Mrs. E. 'J. Sehl arc re- joicing over the lurlh'oi a daughter on Sunday, May 24th. flew Arrivals in Ladies' Dresses 'ami Societies Notwithstanding the storm Monday .evening, members of the' of Knox church, journey exhibition grounds for per. The wotl-fillcd were opened in the where' the good-things After supper games oi furnished amusement. strong wind some twenty instor Guild ed out to tho a picnic sup- lunch baskets grand stand, were enjoyed, various kinds Newbro's Herpicide Is the Original Germ-Remedy for Dandruff Without dandruff the 'hair must grow as nature intended, except in chronic baldness, which is incurable. Dandruff is a conlag- ions 'disease. To eradicate lliis contagion and keep it out of the scalp, intelligent cate and a suitable remedy are needed. AVe can supply only [he remedy which is NEW- BRO'S'HERPICIDE. A Woman to Be Pretty Must Have Pretty Hair Beautiful locks have a subtle charm for the noet says, "fair tresses man's imperial race' ensnare." The unpoetic and intense- ly real con lagion makes the hair dull, brittle and luslcrlcss Svith later dan- druff, itching scalp, 'and falling hair. NEW- BRO'S HERPICIDE eradicates this enemy of beauty and enables the hair (o resume its natural lustre and beauty, Almost marvellous results sometimes fol- low ihc intelligent use of HERPICIDE. It overcomes excessive oiliness and makes the hair light and fluffy. HERPICIDE con- tains no grease or dye. It stops itching of the scalp almost instantly: Discriminating who have used NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE, speak of it in the highest terms, for ils almost magical effect upon (lid scalp, and .'ilsri for its as a regular dressing. It is delightfully fragrant and refreshing. Send 10 cents in stamps to The Herpicide Co., Dcpt. 112B, Windsor, Ont, for sample; Two 50 cents and Sl.OO. Sold aiid guaranteed at all Toilet Goods Counters; When you call for Herpicide do NOT ac- cept a substitute. Applications at prominent barber shops. J, Special Agents An.important business meeting of St. Cyprian's W. A. will be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, wlren full attendance is desired. The Matiiesis" club7 iieid its annual uclieon, followed the annual business meeting in' Wesley Hall at noon today. The second mMtfng' of the Young People's ChristianfiUnion will be held in Wesley Hal! at-S. o'clock on Thurs- day evening. All' the members are urged preset, as important business will be discussed. V1 Semper Fitfgfas' C'lass of minster Suiiiiay scliobl, spent a most '-enjoyable time at' at the river hottom on Monday. They left Westminster church about 10.30 a.m., reaching ;the grounds about 12 o'clock ;'a very Hearty lunch was then enjoyed by 'the hungry picnicers. The balance of the day was spent in games and photo taking, several of the party having brought their cam- eras with them. About.8 o'clock the tired but happy party returned to tho city. iThe Junior Girls of St. Mary's held a meeting last night and decid- ed to put on the song service "Littlo Minnie" at some future date. j 1 -The Young Ladies', .Bible class ot Wesley church, will hold their month- ly business meeting tomorrow (Thurs- day) night in their class room at 8.30, Every member is urged to be present. Mr. and Gibson leave tomorrow for AVinnipeg, where they will reside in future. 1 j Mrs. A. G. Cameron entertained the ladies of the city leaching staR at -the McKilkjp Memorial Manse on Saturday afternoon. A liappy hour was spent with thimbles, and nt the tea hour Mrs. J. Emerson Hodgson poured tea and Miss Uennett cut the ices, while Miss McKay, Miss Haw- key and the Misses Sharman assisted in (he dining room. On Sale This Week We riiiide a special purchase of 25 only, Ladies' Dresses all of the very lalcsl style and cut and thoroughly up-to-date in every respect. Just the cut and finish that is so popular at the present time. They come in a variety of colors, in Pompadour Crepe Cloths in coatee effects, with silk girdle; cuffs and .collars trimmed with silk lo match.' Price to Ladies' Silk Underskirts Silk Petticoats in soft Messalinc Silk, smart style with 10 inch accordeon pleated frill, good shape, narrow fitting. Colors are green, Tango, Cadet, gold, mahogany, black, grey 'and jiavj'i, Special Price ttompanjj. m __ I CONTINUED FROM FRONTPAGE Meighen added tliatr the policy would mean nothing more or less than to allow-the railroad to go in- to the hands of a receiver just as soon as It-, was the direct opposite to what; .had been put for- ward by Laurier and Graham, name- ly, that the road ;miist-not be allow- ed to go into-the-hands d receivers. The proposition was absurd that Mackenzic-ahd Mann-should undertake to this road a success and leave lo the Dominion the power to take it away frani :them if it was a success. It said. Mr; Meighen, a policy that would mean the steady march 'of this si stem to receivership and-ill consequences that, would fol- low upon it FOUR DROWNED. IN .LAKE NIPISSINQ North Bay, Mans- BetterThan All Cosmetics meant to hide impetftcdoiii. Natural (low of follows the dally 25 oti. tad 60 oti. At Diuffiiti and Stoat iridse, his wife and two children, were drowned yesterday in Lake Nlp- ssirig. They had been out in a canes- and the craft probably by :he rough water In the evening. Early :Ms' morning a collie dog cama whin- ing to tile government roadmtklcg camp near: the shore of 'the lake, 'a few miles' from Bay, and by It? peculiar actions attracted attention to the lake front, where, three of the bodies were found. H. C. Harvey of Raymond, was in the city yesterday, and accompanied C. S. Crest, a local sheepman, to the scene of the prospective IjlH shearing pens near Conrad, on Hie line near Chin Coulee, The pens are to be erected at once and shearing will start on Tuesday, June 2nd. Jlr. Harvey states that the clip Hiis-year invSbuthcm- Alberta alone will total at least pounds, the largest in the history of the wool industry in the province. Prac- tically ;every pound has already been sold to. Amcrlcaa- buyers, and: the .clip will be "put on the market in shape it has been sliipped for years. Mr. Crest stales that the. quality of hus-.nhio proved over former years. NO BAIL FOR SUFFS London, May suffragettes who were arrested by the police dur- ing a raid on a west end flat on Stay 21st, were brought before a magistrate 'today. .'-After, seeing', tlio- exhibits Ji'e took fluch a serious view of the case The Darnless Stocking for Boys Mothers get out of practice in darning when their boys wear Buster Brown Stockings. The Buster Brown ia the ideal stocking for boys, well shaped and splendid looking. They are made of the strongest long fibre cotton, spec- ially twisted and tested for dura- bility, with double leg and three- ply heel and toe to resist the hard wear every healthy boy gives his stockings. Bur Butter Brown for Soisterout more. Aikywtr Girk, k, Utmtfefc Cvgwt ioiiwu; flamfotarm toI Otatite Hamilton Ctotfarfo MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONTARIO c ;