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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVKMBHU 3, 1017 THK MCniMKHKif, DAILY HKKAI.D PAGE FIFTEEN Btve Your Hair; It Thick, Wavy, G.'cuy and Beautiful at Onc4. Trr as you will, after an application o! Daorin'luo, you can not find a, alcele trace o! dandruff or faJUIot" hair and your ecalp will cot Itch, but what will please you moat, will bs after a few weeks' use whea you see new hair, flno find downy at new all over the scalp. A llllle Danderlne Immedlatcly doublea the beau'.y of your hair. No difference how faded, brittle and and scraggy, lust moisten a cloth with and carefully draw It through your hair, ttkinf mail Elraiid at a lime. TLe effect la Im- mediate and hair will be light. Huffy and wavy, a'nu hive an appearance of abundance; an Incom- parable lustre, aoftuesa and luxur- iance, the beauty and shimmer ot halu .health. Got a EIJ Daudcrlno from any drug store or Coll- et cauaior, and provo that your hair Is MILA '-PHONE The.tplendltl success of Ihc- chicken supper provided by the ladles of the Ualmcr district, Iron Spring on Thurs- day evening last taxed the resources of the poultry yard to tho lliull. At lead liny mure twple responding to (be tnrllatton than we'ra expected. The ladles' howerer, rofio to the occas- ion and no one "n-ent empty away." The supper -was' served fit excellent Blyle ID tho commodious bailment of Ihe resilience at Mr. and Mn. lion- ceueay, whlcBwas eullalily and taste- fully decorated tor Uie occasion. Fol- lowing tlio aupper a musical program provided by Ihe Lcthtirldgo visitors was Mrs. Stoltzo and Judge Jaukion' 'Giving short addresses on the work ot tho Hed Cross icd Mr. Morrow relating a few of his personal Email bottle of hjiowltons 0( iha Red Cross work on as urolly and soil as U has Botieiy were been neglected or Iniurod by 6um ot d'oilars'.'' Sixty seven trealment. A small bollla wUl double I and titty. conU the proceeds ot the beauty of jour part in the program: Mr. and Mrs. Lnyton, Mr. and. Mrs. Prans Miss Harvey ana Miss Ostlund. TLe hourly thanks of Iho Lolhbrldge branch aj-Q due to tbe ladr Piltstiure, Kansas, Nov. Ic3 of Bulwcr district who.spared no number of mines In Kansas made trouble to make tho affair such a idlo by the strike resulting from the splendid success, rejection of the Kansas City, agree- ment by H. A. Garfleld, federal fuel administrator, was Increased _____and tiic pupils of the two tcn- Ihls.morning. Eight thousand men ior rooms had a. very happy haltow- noiv arc on strike. A dally production tonnage Is cul.ptt. Unless a setllcment IB reached at Washington today U Is considered likely thai miners will ba Idlo Monday. For Constipation 'Carter's Little UverPilU will right v., pyer night Purelr Vegetable Pill.'SauD DtM, SmJJ IW Carter's Iron Pills WfU color to the of wbo lacklrooin (be Uood, The members ot lie G. 1. A. arc ask- ed to meet at tho home ot MrE. filed, Monday at to make linal arrange- ment for the bazaar next Saturday. November 10. All tho'so who have un finished work are asked to bring It on that night. 4 Mrs. Sn-art'a section ot tho Rebet ah's will meet wllU Mrs. Lutes, east flat Victoria Mansions, on Monday evening at eight o'clock. The bazaar will be held on November nth. Tho Wesley Carnpllro Girls are re- quested to meet for .tho grand council tiro on Monday night, November Clh at. 7.30, In the ladTeJi parlor ot Vi'eBley ciurcli. Mrs. McCallum'E section nf the He- batllellclc. rue cotters of the bekahs will meet alberhomo, 96S lOih Cross SI. S., on Monday evening at eight o'clock. The be on Nov. 17th. p The Ancient Order of Foresters arc holding an Invitation November 9tli. p The Art Needlework class will meet with Sirs. Henderson, 611) Ave., on Monday afternoon. t Mra. Sykes, of Haley, has been spending a few days with fier dauKhl- er, Mrs. G. Gear. A very pretty wedding was solemn Izcd on Thursday November 1st, at tho Wesley Methodist church, jvhen Sllss Lucy Proctor, ot Burdelt, be- came ihc bride of Mr. Piper, ,ot ForemoBl. They were attended by the bride's sister, Miss Clara Proctor, and Mr. J. Piper, a number of their rela- tives and friends -witnessed the cere- mony, after which n delightful'lunch- eou was served at the home of Mr. and Mra. H. DawBon, 3rd Ave. N. The happy couple left on the afternoon train for eastern points, and on re- turning reside iu Foremast. the Buiipcr and; the {balance, tn sub- Abiiut Efxty- llve people attended tront Lethbrldge. proceeding lu aulotttoblles kindly pro- vided by local automobile p.wners. The followlue ladles and eonticmen took Tno leaching staff ot Westminster o'ea BOda] tn their gymnasium last froin 7 to 10. -The gyiu. M'as gaily dOL-orateti with 'irbtle black cata, witches, end pump- Wna [jecorated (he Each pupil was admitted by fltinff the Individual pajsKord previously flEslsnei anfl by paying a fee ol one ,ceiit. The thus oMalnea 7lll-.be put'In Iho 1, C. D. E. Ijozea In Iho class rooms. The coaluraea were ejcopllonally good. Some were very beautiful while olhora were comic. FaUles, clpwiie, perrlols, Uncle .Sam. rndthe'rn' and peclslly faiher were all there In all .Tho marriage recent- ly in Sl.s Jeraes churcli; Lonflon, Eng- land, of Nursing. Si filer Elizabeth their glo.T-" Sonie of the'mo're interest-1 shear Dutilop, only daughter Mr. Ing events of the eVonlng were thelhnd Mrs. Jack Dunjop, 9150 Jaapcr usual Hnllowe'6n Barnes such as look- Avenue, Edmonton, and Major E. G. F. Greenwood, eon of Mr. Howard Greenwood ot Green-_ Svflo'd'went overseas with the 51at hatUlion land jias since been promoted twice, sirs- Greetiwood has arrived ,n 'months' ing for apples both by aircraft and submarine, flaeh anil 1 art If an abundance of 'g'ooj "eats." The comtnlttfrt irho were In charge of the arrangements tor going to the Edmonton on a threo montha- tnrIo went through fomt of the 'earliest of tbe gagoments, and wai stvertlj wonod- In the lung.' V', and while tbo figure la Ih'e usual guess there Is nothing defin- ite. It Is understood thai Alberta, south of lied Deer-will bo required la rfltso 01 thle Calgary Is underlaklns BO (hat half l million would be Lethbridgo's fair thare. This would mean-thai every man, woman ami child In tho city would, hare to buy-one. f50 bond in-order lo Lake np tho full'Amount. -Those In charge of the campaign here have not the least doubt that Lelhbrldge will do her the has done In all previous campaigns for war uur- ycitt. :AerMs Iho line, ;dnrlng the Liberty Loan campaign eTery purchaser of t war, bond was. presented with a lit-1 tie button the SUra and Stripes.: talk Package T. H. EcUbrbotu Red Ron Coffee it at good Retl Rote 'frem th Gc'rifuim en ahave IhroileJiiMrt In tht LMeV dMHd, furriioal pVM 1 of here.. Hvcrythlng .possible, will tw done to make loan popular and bring H homo to every vromnn and child In Iho city and 'district. The loan on tbe rriartel a week from iMonimy, NoTtmber and. tke coming w.eoV-.will IM a'blg.pab-1 llclty-eff6rt by tie raan- hore he _ jepregenled. tlip .Canadian Pma as .-atlve'party ijocaine Ior 'eight-' monltiir, Trill bpposo H. Hartley pewart. K.G., M.P- that. of Liberal- !p.r lor the leadership ,of the OnUrlo __iosHloTi In the the we' hflve Iho adoption bf.h'' name; which rcMftcls" Iho opinion and will ?E nil country." Mr'f everybody1 to lollcj-'pf ihc selecLive dr'aft system anrt Llbertl proV Scotia. to'the (onaing Cor the prorlncc of NOTE'S V la'. VT chanlc Itj namo to CpnstrvatlTeJ vflh ihk 'He worneil his'hear- ers gainst a' fiorden gdvcriHDenr con- enlrn'fiy to'jpjj Iho clcctornle of their he 'wa'f proiiiunrB, TJ' popular helicf In Liberal circles hoth- ncra and at Ottawa, says the Toronto News today. Meet r tontg'hl nominated, as a unfomat candidate, (or West' ICpptcnay. In- the. Corthcomlns Dominion election.; i Labir' Candidate Saylt SlA, NOT. Fol-, the course 'pr the official eral-'Assotfallon tha labcjl party, has .decided1 not' to jbijti ina .other parties, hero. in .chooslnE-'a .51 Conssrvatlves Halifax, Nov. patherlfifT of more Lhaii 100 leading I Cnnsen-p.t.rcs in iVova- Scblfa raat In I conference In Hallfai The. meeltnE was presided over br Sena-1 lor Charles T, 'Tenner. were passed confidence In i approval of union fiovernmenl, the STEINWAY. most escluiiye Thiy aft made of the and bcit mirtrlala prourabia and .by Hit, most men, and .kllkd vwrk- it and rnem. Utah, iuic 8: hinwmfier t f Piione 1M Augret, to itnt Otfmtnr. At pull down three blot fyrnaeef, -and liven rolling mllli have been '.raffic'vei itery.comM from" minf oMr. Hint Ihi Otr- for an early In Belgium to that Utk In Frame lut '6AILLAUX TO TESTIFY rarb, NOT, for pooler, lodtjf (o lev tMr Cafilltt'BoiicnirJoii, offlctr, oj the with or cronubbBlcJilIng InLtU IfCtQCJ'to the which. >f. Is'Rhrrent denials of having .conspired to solicit a from Ihe Chnttmm Gas made today -by- Alderroen7' feiixtef, and Brlscpe In the supremo court, li' Id 'tli'At the Rldcrmen so- licited ?6000 In considera- tion of which tJiey. were to waive on- poaltlon to n .prorjoseil, (leal bclwceh and for the sSle of electricli b'uiln'ess ol Iho corn- SWISS SATISFIED Kov. Swjas com- whlchVhaa been In this coun- n wett'a lM wSlch.oa farewell'lo today-.fssKcd a.statement aaylng ns.donTlnced 'Switzerland cduli rely on Iho .friendship of Ilio UnUed 3tales and look forward to the tolu- tSt( difficulties jrtt GREAT REDUCTIONS T j. Q. '.fc- Sflturday VYHEN SHE WILL'SELl. ALL fATS AT V 704 ROYAL BANK B ;