Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER'28, 1914 THE LETH3RRIDGE DAILY PAGE London's Beauty Writers Weekly Selections from Noted Beauty Experts Writing for the English Press. and Effective By OLOA AMODBLL, Special Correspondent, London; Enff. Eat-h wficl: In this I will eildenvor, cnrcfill ing from the London ijuiigrs. to keep iny Colonial readers Irif'jrnictl on the latent and host advice oT ilio [Condon lionuty experts; Owing to tlio persistent demand most TICWG- nn it periodical? arc nmv. (Wotlne rtiueh snare to tlic sidtriitlon ot taaiity culturo. Many, or them now il.'i to advise and Instruct In; innttiods most efficient (or uy of and Jleure. 1 append liwrewlth n. hvt clippings llttitiona. Any of the tngn.'illonw mentioned, could Oo r.o 1 urc tolJ. Look out for hints from InutlliR.' Knglleli obtained Irom IIC.-CL week. 1 yli.'ill Shampoo and Hair Beautifler. you sec it sticking out sideways, hut Yoa complain of Hrjttli-, fed od hair. 'Ml1 is apt io coarsen the You find that kc.ei.lng tlio scalp 'Us more satisfactory to use a clean amMiealtliv Is the most effect. lotion made by dissolving an Ivr. way to re-store llic natural iieauty ouncl! clcnmille in lour (auleupoou- softncas, but in selecting your tale of water. This serves every pur- shampoo avoid soaps or mixtures'con- Pose of powder and has. tile adyan- tainiiiL' "free" alkali By dissolving a of ibemg invisible, non-Injurious teanpoonful of slalla'x In a cup of hot and mor0 lasting. .When the face be- water you will have a mild, soothing, comes moist with heat or exertion, the cleansing mixture that makes ilichevl lollon stl11 cliliss, the skin appearing feel fine and'removes all dust, tlai.- ool't and pencil-like all day long or all excess of oil, leaving '.tie evening. The lotion is applied with clean anil pliant, and .-.ssnriiiK a ringer tips, beanliful growth of fluffy hair. long lustrous. Don't Shave Off Superfluous Hair. Supersedes Hot Curling Iron. Straight, lank hair is becoming to but few women and there's no excuse Hair on face, neck or arms should now for anyone' looking homely and never be shaved or clljipm! off, as that unkempt on tliat account. Those wo- encourages, growth. The most men who have foresworn. the curling ivc jnethod, which at the sumo time is iron because .of the damage it does by perfectly harmless, is to mix a little drying add breaking HIB Imfr, will be powderecl pheminol into a paste with glad to hear .that plain liquid will pro- water and apply directly to the affect- duce a far better and more lasting et- ed .surface.- When tills is removed in feet, without any injurious result two or three inltmtcs tho hair will whatever. If just a small quantity he lnvc- vanished completely, leaving the applied to the' Imir at night with, a skin emooth ,and clear. Since clean tooth brush, a lovely curliness tho virtues! oC- powdered pheminol as a and natural wave will be in evidence hair remover have become generally in the morning, with no sticky or known, most, druggists now supply greasy reminder of the method em- tliis In convenient one-ounce jars. ployed. A- couple of ounces of liquid For Falling Hair. sllmerine obtainable at any drag How often, nno heara tho lament. "I storc' wl" a have -tried -everything, on the many a dressine table. mid my hair cornea out in handfuls.'1 Captivating. Eyebrows arid Lashes. .Not so- surprising either when yon Those who would have 'luxuriant, come to thinl; It over. Hair tonics to dark, nllky eydbrows and lashes, will be must be fresh, and there bo surprised at the results from ap- is no earthly reason why every woman plying ordinary mennallne 'daily for should not make lior own lotiou at awhile. -Being perfectly harmless, no home. Tho finest vegetable tonic I one need liesitate to -try this, the know of isaslo by mixing u packet smallest jar. the druggist carries will of boranium with W Pint of bay rum d0. so little, of the m'ennaline being BIMTISH TKOOrS IN TBENCHEH AT THE KATTLK FRONT Germany's Million Dollar Bribe To The American Press This picture showing British troops. In their trenches at the liring line was taken recently during heavy lighting. Harold offered to bet him that there would New one man outside lie peace by I'lirisl-mM. Although Germany who is best able to speak business men arc convinced that Gcr- with au'l-boritv on the subject has many made most careful and efficient pressed his private, opinion that the preparations for war, particularly on German oil supply is unlikely to last the financial side, certain ol them are, more than 30 ila'ys. The importance: inclined to tiiink that Germany will i or this opinion is 'difficult to exaggor- be obliged to conclude peace sooner ate. and evidence of its truth is to than is expected unlrss she recovers I be found' in the desperate cfiort-s of: the Ualic an oilfields or scores a sig- I the Germans here to replenish their, nal naval victory within a few weeks. supply. j most sympathetic and 1 am warned on all hands that Gtr-; siderate manner possible, Americana I many is just beginning a furious cam-: of the greatest power and iniluoncs paign in this country, with the ob- express to me the hope that England j jecf of angering American opinion! will do all in her power to keep-Am- i against England. A sum ot erica informed of her reasons for i 000, I am told, has just arrived irom i cry action that is likely to be con- j Germany to be used for a Press cam- strucd by German diplomacy into paign and efforts ate being made to selfish aggression on England's part, 'purchase certain newspapers Through the Battle of the Yser in an. Train (By GcofFry Young in the Dally. and Leader, London) It is impossible to attemo.t ,to give, an idea of the halt-IB now in progress without using big, unmeaning words. Back and fro, back and "it rages along the Yscr, with a destruction of g the that c a required at a time thai it. will last for months. It. should be stroked Into ami adding sufficient water to fill hnlf-plnt bottle. This lotion ralibed briskly into the. scalp sets the heir the from the nose outwards roots tingling ivith new life, and will, nnd applied 'to tlie lash. rpotg with if persevered with, give yon back your thumb and forefirige'r. "crownlns u s E -P I L E N T A COMPLEXION Invisible Face Powder Substitute. SOAP. THE'GREAT ENGLISH COM- Knee powder frequently Is neither FLEXION CLEANSER. ALL DRUG- invisible nor harmless. Not only can GISTS. Adyt.. WHOOPING .COUGH SPASMODIC CKOUP ASTHMA COUGHS BKONCHinS CATAGRH COLDS ____j'nd't'fealVc .._........ 'aporlzed Crcsolenc ctops ibcp V safe Irusr.. Vaporized Crcsolencctopsthcpk of WhoopinB Cough and relieves Spasmodic kroxysms Croup ly Asihmn. Thealrcan-ylnfilheamiseplievapor, in- lialeil with every breath, makes brealhind easy; -bothes ihe SDru nd stops ihe. ostal for e lioaLict Rylands Co. 6pBcfat Agents for LAplES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS MALI. BORCHERT ADJUST. _ lABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Few Opposed to an Increase in Trolley Fare "While'- mint of. the opinions pressed with regard to the proposal tb increase- th'e street car fares have been said Commissioner Reid this morningv "a. couple of kicks have -come from 'wcrkjilgmefn in North One man said-'he would not use-the cars If the price was ad- vanced. ''But -th-e. show that out of tickets on. the Blue line cars during the; first ten months 1914, only were brown, or..xyprklngman's- tickets; This Is only about 15 If the the.oneB tb'b'e affect- ed by thi: change, Ihe do not show it. Cash.fares on'the blue line accounted for 'tickets, while lilac tickets ,to the number-of I'were sold In. the same 'time.'.1'" A perusal1 of-the statement prepar- ed by .Mr. Reid-.slip.ws that tlie same percentages i obtain- all 'through the system. Red line the. percent- age of workingmen'B tickets was 10, wnile'r on. the-; White the, .-percentage was about 15. Regarding, the proposal advanced in a letter Thursday night, to run biue-.line .cars down .Sixth av- Mr. 'Reid says this ie against, one of the first principles of railroad- j ing, .which la'to get the '.passenger- j BOWMAN THE his 'destination-by-the shortest pcs- BOWMAN THE siMe.rpute; If the change were made, the people using the Blue line'wou'id object. !H6weverytt Is pos- sible that one :of the :wiilte lino cars lifti frightful. an only be described as ambush. Shells learn to garU-Biit the machine gnu is of this war. THE RIVER DI-EL Nmv we arc near the river country, a farm or- two and factory chimneys a slight fall of land, with a rise to the river. The territory is scarred and mazed-with trenches. Im- possible -lo 'say at first who is in them, or who occupies any of the f homesteads near; so accidental and j separate arc Ihe fortunes of this riv- c-r-bank battle.. The Germans are over on our hank, out-! A careful education of American (fin- j ion is being conducted by tho Ger-- "rile whole object of the present; mans to prevent the overthrow German tactics in to make Anieri-'the Herman Empire, which is said cans feel that England is behaving In! to be the world's most necessary de- a high-handed and insolent manner j icncc against Russian dominion, Mr. towards America by interfering with! Roosevelt, who is speaking out American trade, and insulting tho! bravely than any other public man on! flag. The best friends oi i the side oi the Allies, and who is England in this country suggest that! righteously indignant against tho England would be well advised to is- German invasion of Belgium, never-: sue immediately a statement explain- thelcss opposes any idea of crushing ing that oil and copper are regard- Germany. This fear of Russia tends ed as important as powder and shot, to increase, I think, Kipling's Air engines, sea engines, land engines of death sweep this' desolate country, vertically, horizontally, transversely, with every form-of an- nihilating mechanical' 'lire. And through it the little irail human en- gines crawl and dig, and wall', and run, skirmishing, charging, blunder- ing, in little individual lights tussks, tired, puzzled, ordered ordered there, sleeping where t-hcy ean, washing never, dying unnoticed. 1 passed outside one town which half been twice occupied by Germans, twice by French, and once by Bel- gians, Impossible to say from hour had adoctor to hour who may be there. Frioad examine me said I hail falling of may find himseli firing on friendly the so ht.en taM Lydto force, and lew be to'blame. Ihurs- E Praknam's Vegctablo Compound and and I Veg- etable Compound Did For Their Statements Follow. our fire has turned the scale. Germans dip into sight out of the trenches, crush the bank, scatter- ed and smashed by pursuing hail of iron. Our are after them with a fierce bayonet charge. They never wait for it. On to the bridge, and now swept away by the deadliest de- stroyer pi all, the protected machine guns, bubbling- demoniacally from ting America very hard financially, j Power to save Germany from parti- and that Americans who are striving: tion but 1 doubt whether the Am- their utmost to sell oil and'wican democracy will lift a linger in copper, are in the temper.to te ir- that business unless German diplo- fadibs c: Dn our ban; it.has-done good. All !atur- bearing-down pains have-vanished. 'day they were again hurled 'back. Now a bridge is blown up ,by one side repaired by either again blown up by the other, or left 'as a death" trap till the.enemy's force are actu- ally crossing. THE ARMOURED TRAIN Can you picture the conditions I know them A slow crawl, up in ah armoured train, one of .the reck- less ventures lent to the Allied Army, before us. Day alter day it ;is accu- lividual feats of daring, feats Avhieh are accepted as part of the r can never be known, that might fill a' volume. As a matter of course, day! after day our men push out. on Kiese dangerous explorations, attacked by shell, in danger oi'cross fire, in dan- ger of dynamite, of ing priceless to. theithreaten- ed lines. As it approached the river, under shell fire, the ear is cracking with the constant thunder -of. our guns board, right, left, ahead. It'is-a have gained ten. pounds in weight, the to their shipping. Tlie Germans are making the most of this irritation, particularly among merchants and woridng men. I am told that it is i-itated by interruption of any kind niacy here succeeds in poisoning tha nunds of the working-class against England. The campaign which is htv ing conducted to this end should 1 watched closely by Great Britain. the entrenchments: Ten minutes, American an hour, of-furious lire and.counter- j lire from either hank; and comes -1 nemtingr} o thunder. The bridge quite impossible for Germany to I Feeling, which is the side of the Al- men- here regrpt but in thf. long monotony at thud- ding-sound.. Then it1 begins again.. Only a narrow, river between. On this side bur raised bank ami trench, on that side -theirs-. A- head raised, a discharge is all gone, and I feel better I .nand exposed for an instant, and' a have for a Jong-time. Itbinkany man sinks forward or slips down. Quick as they fall they are dragged fiaek till the pile, waiting for the stretchers seems inconceivable. Oth- woman is to sufTeras I did for the sake of a You can use my letter as a testimo- j rial. Itmaycr.courageptherpoor women' suffer as I did to use your Vegetable 'j Compound." Mrs. GEO. COLLICUTT, rTaliburton, Lot 7, P.E.I. Head What This New Moorefield, Ohio. "Itakegreat In thanking you for what your has done for me. I bad bearing down pains, was dizzy and weak, had pains in lower back and could .not be upon my feet long enough to get a meal. As long as I ers come up the line and take' their place; -in this sound and presence of death it seems al- most as inconceivablfi that men can be found to do it; But there is never a pause. We 'arc told we arc winning here. The cneinj is 'beyond the' river we hear later that he is back four miles. Four. miles! Dug out of the senti lent .yitalitv of human bodies, of Regularaiy and in London at 1H- cents a pound, while Germany is ottering 20 cents. I" have not learned what she "is'offer- ing for gasolene but there is no, question that efforts of every possible j kind arc being made to get.shipments into Germany. j One of New York's most iioiiore-ti and able business men tells-me that a noted German-Jew- financier over here, a man in high favor in Berlin, RegmaCopWho Charges Frame-up Given 2 Months civilized brains. Our job here is (lone. The ships have .swept the -coast' line of 's supports He dare not iun-i u. -r o ture in force The 'him. and v ho mas placed under ar- French pu bed him back on our rest ago for striking Wejlmrn, Ncn largely attended7 and entlmaiQatic Conserva- here totlaj unani- _ get ilp those bearing ing the angle through which the guns} town pains WQuWicome back, and the can be swung, north and, .south, .in-doctor said Iliad female trouble. Lydia view, of .the support that 3. Vegetable Compound was hfeey-.cars can .mauitoiil against, tho; the only medicine that helped me and I recoil in any direction but-straight ahead. Overhead passes Regina, Nov. Wor- who charges the deteetues of ,on- this cltj with a frame-up against Jhmi. and v ho placed under ar- the acting chief; was this morning sen- ............0 tented to h o months' hard labor in wonld feel better, advance quicklj th" tram runs fie local jail Worrell was on but when' I would some new venture The sil- his heit in the warehouse district right and Left.. We. hear that our own laid on my back I distant army is holding well on tbe of the bowels is an absolute neces- sity for good health. Unless the waste matter'from the" food which collects there is got rid of at least once a day, it decays and poisons the whole body, causing biliousness, Indi- gestion and sick headaches. Salts and other harsh mineral purgatives irritate the delicate lining of the bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian Rflpt the bowels effectively without weat-, cning, sickening or griping. Use Dr. Indian Root Pills __ COLLAR. lie. Ilitati. liln lul, to of shell 'ana nionsly nominated Dr. -Bowman or "Weyburn the standard-bearer of this now constituency at the next Thirteenth Btreet.and Sixth avenue, by way "of -Sixth avenue, and back along -Fifth -using 'the depot loop. This proposal has been under consideration for; some time. J. M.P., has been made honorary" -Colonel '-of the' 96th Lalte Superloi J. Sroa't was the first Edmonton iboru man to', leave for front. Rash Washed J Skin Kept Healthy With D.p.D. Wo wailt-'all skin sufferers who havo suffered, for many years the torture of disease and who sought medjcal aid iii.vain-td read this. old' established; druggists of this jcora'mu'hity, ivlah .to 'recommend to you a product that.hns many relief and may' mean the. end of your agony. The product is a mild, aimpln a patent medicine concocted of various, worthless drugs, but a scientific compound made, of well-knowh antiseptic; -Ingredients., It is made in the'-D. D. D. laboratories of Chicago and .is called the D. D, D. Pre-Ocriptlon for Eczema. This is a doctors one that, has effoctejimariy won-flerful ciires v fjBi- 15 effect" of p.' D. D. is to soothe as, soon as applied; then it penetrates the pores, destroys and throws off, all and leaves, the -sflilii clean ami healthy, We are so confident of the mnrvel-lous Tower of D. D. D. that wo have taken advantage b.f thi> raa'niifactur-er's guarantee to offer you a fulksizo bottle o'a You tlia merits p_f the in your own particular If it 'doesn't help you it costs you'nothing. f D. D. D. Soap is m'adejof-the same healing ingredients. 'Ask us jibout it. J. D. HIjlAbolhim Co., Ltd., e Standard Kqincdy y 'r: will be brought'b'ach from the corner tile from., the enemy own ._.... flank-MJross'.firing, own; country diagonally; -above- our heads. 'againj every now.and then, the; whirl: moan of the rival almost i disregarded .now in. the general presr' ence'of peril. At Antwerp single spl- Moorefleld, Clark HVTT? IVAJiA I T17 iL diers, our men, .used to (to ont stalk- Take a glass of Salts to flush Kidneys ing them, like ganie; and sue- '.j if Bladder bothers iots cess. Now. we must leave them to the of-water artillery. Thc LOOPING THE LOOP nerve of those airmen P.Th'rourh' pr.oliu the of the hail meat regularly eventually i produces kidney trouble in some form her, says a well-known authority, green -fog-pulls of exploding shells, to I- tho ,1nc ?cid me" gen o g ses, o let one small fact of information the k.dneys, they We used to look upon the .'''loop clo loop" ot the Germans overhead as ivefli harebrained piece of impudent ance to our infantry lire. Npw know that tell-i troi become overworked; ig up and'cause all particularly back- Lciie.and misery in the kidney region; j rheumatic twlngce, severe headaches, a scent, grim traiiirloads bothers you, get about four wounded wait soundlessly In'sHings] ounces of .Tad Salts from any good further'up, the lines o'f iijhb'ulahces jihSrniacy; take a tablespoonful in a are running slowly 'back. The''ballets Blass of, water before breakfast for of machine guns begin to rattle on!