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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'aiffe 11 TTTF: LETTIBmDGF, DAILY HERALD Saturday, 20, Asthma Catarrh IHMPEiG CWCHS SfA5H05X OEOU uoKCHins towns COLCS How to Make Your Hair Beautiful Ten Hem- Treatment Works Wonders. Stops Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff and the Hair Soft, Brilliant, Luslrcus" and Fluffy Heller than :iU thr "hair lanics" in worlJ is old home recijic. of p-aln l-avoua 'tie vLo liavc robbers broke into our mis- itcains In ten days yon will h '.to thf.TirfiDg and sioa .compound, early on the morning find' fine downy hairs -furoutlni? canipafen have nbn'.'tiiJ of September 26. They were dressed up all over your scalp a hair-irill-sroH-. with-.wpnArful .rapid-j hist '.ye "Us hanging 'aliiiosE to the grour-d: hide clothing1 in foe straw were to him. and lie was .-startled 'at finding thert-._ lit promised not to tell where we .were, and gave 115 .water to drink atid sortie, .cold rice lo eat. He not get aii .oiiporlumty. to sive i theu. on account of the iirvcencc "'of-tlie-robbers but each day after got from him a little rice and Tbjsweiatherprtjes TIiMC troable in ofi s ccugh jttould' note that ilatLisn'a'Sjrnp of -_ iod Cod Liverj Oil pply soothes ihe jrTiiaiiaii.of the bronchial aiid _ priinpSlr1 the cougb; it yxjti 'the it .will be .Hirers .tn prepare, a tC on itiirauratiOEL co.r.ditUQS, aad.il (reunion tfce" report be subniitUil. 3iiQi3ter. it to pernia aen lly Ibiow" -Sjff coJd icd rcctoiu ,tniK.couf membranes to tbieir v healthy couditionr V, Sjnpbf foe J_ L. MA1MIEV CO, suit-.-the il .p v. to n-e-did not had fooil or lioL, were be- ing no message coultl ttJibenUto i5rfjni. only one gare ut-.. Took .MiRsfcmarK1 -Then Uiey-took'-JTr: Holm captive 'and went away With him..- Later I or 20 more bar.dits arrpenred; demand- fr have iock U vmn Hetij: of IrtcMnded o, ir.e to otj H f CO-JKC 1 had none. Then ci. .burned and Royal Reserye Whisky Is.smooth and aftd. as bracing as a winter's '.day.. It.is made from matured 'for. 'eight years in oak'.-, barrels, 'before bottling' A Governiiient nead .willTinci Royal Resen'e very just-want a- .-you1 'find agreeable. ROYAL DISTILLERY HAMILTON, driven back'.'' pclqbcr f .inanase.d Viftt Yamc-n io Ihe 'ihitsion and Ing from the dead bodies tying around to .set br .tie N'ahgyanru wlib.iis soon "as ins'worej.wc.went back did not-do their duty; four hundred or the robbers 'ito tfie stalion! The ailviscr, lo '.White icd rt.t r rifles. 3E 1 ;a and'therefore able to. do' perlrted. On tue 27th tWrtrtbsrs me 30 iisck to U'-s slntion- to l Ucture food for ray wife and chlM- Cnrdslou. Alia., Nov. fcut n at; the station t iug.of- tbaa uaiial'. .ia oujd finfl no ,rafs of I liiat confened at rarcislon.ear-j jjj Mr. Holm, itho ly ibis wort, and'is continuing'till ,.ad fecll're'd perniifsion frorr..1iis the midiiie ot next wcet. At call! Oplorj io and IMS after hi; the llev. Tanon is in family. TAKE. OVER BIG CALIFORNIA COMPANY: Ban Vranciaco, Cal., Xov. if rday from rx3nrton, and gave I [frit rlctails of tlie recent deal wliirfij lie arranged for nilh an Kntlisli sjn-[ dicate to take oi'er the General Pet- j role'um Co. and the Vnion Oil Co. of! CBilforoia. -j The. syndicate wih- put up fit'O for tTtc foimalion ot a holding: rompany, sectirlttes win be; listed in and 1'aris. (n the mission had been destroyed, and all foou, c! movables had lieeo stolen. "Mr. Holm and 1-weiit Into the s-lrecU to try'.to'tind our tanlilies. but Ee'arch was' fruilless] "At this lime this 'Chinese troops Mhii-ii had nrfivfj et Tsaoyanp, siarl- ii niuaBy caused by the accu- muUtion of matter impurities within Uie body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, the boweU, the of the skin to throw off tbesi Thtulhey prerenl or cure j charge of the Southern i Mission, ;ill the mlssionera in! the. IMd saliiereri nt liie ne'.iniis-i sEon house at CardEton for a retreat ard' iiiitlne-j.' Tfce idea of withdrawing service on the- Sunday of every uiynth in Rbii'b n fifth Suuday occurs, v-'as EO- tlat tSe'wortcis may for rant-. ed to lobbeis hy nil and sUidv. ThU 'sh. Canon Mo-.var. and the Kfsenl' [hrougti r.tfeetE in 7.'hich rrrsl'trial Mie ...ere. svittering up apaintt the buildings. Tliis ah.rrr.cd the robhcrs vho iintntdlatoly started for-'acolher jart of city. look advatiUse of the opiiorlunity tn make our'ei cape, and fled to nn old Chinese houE ulikb a1, thai moir.ent was vacant. ran into a side room and hl and robbers tried; to escape, from liie ily and liie troops, but .T-------: had aEFisted the women, inas- irere killed'in Tsaoyanir. Thcy'nuir- as lio'dld not allow any.of the dered no.less than iwo thousand reo: roliliers-'to go into thi ple in the city. i them .baring A native ot Tsaoyang, "On the morning of 'October T. was in Yamen. 'gave llicrn _fppd., Wane took Mr. Holm's card to hisj1. "It was iropos-fbrj to lemaih at the wife. already returned from I mission on account of stench' ila' io we left, the nest day for Rmcnens with an escort of ,troops.-. all >n-a Veakoned'Conditloii and could hardly stand. >lr. and -Mrs. child and JIlss. Sathcr, also an' all "of In a jeilous stalelof from; and terrible eiposure, "wlH lemrf short- ly 'for the United StalM." DRUNKENNESS U'Mon Moial'. Canlslon. In addition to t'nesi' clf-ryvmen there are Ii'-vimid'. Bow Ifbr.d, and J of also in attend- sure. On ir.oruiiif at liev. f. S Camir.an "ill a-lmlniBtec Holy at Ht. Thonian Church. Caro'stoa. At 11 o'clock, Kev. R. R. Wtlfilmon. I.' Altoiaflo, wjn and at nlKhl Ktv. t'anon fgland is a c-jrjble wtlrh- reinirei "The FtlrrtA for O A iwrt The ORRIN'K trcaloienl can used with It texlmyt M desire for whlJkcr. or olher inloxlcanls. Can be in liome. N'o sanjtarluni No lof.5 of Ifmc Trom 'Can be flvtn fiotret'.y. it afu-r (rial you fail lo pel any benefit from ils your money, ORUiNF. i -be refunded. two formsr K'jv. Kranfc of Knlls Pror'hytcrian (.hurch. leach, i N'e. secret Irtaim nf ofllllXK No. 2.. In pill-, form, for. vrho'deajrc to taX; .voiUT'.tary treat- 1 ir.cnl. Costs (inly HM a 'hot. t'oidc I in and talk ovr-r the. matter for booklet." Cro'sf Koofc Sloro. Ltd., Ac'ailla Avenue Soiitli. BY THAT is the motto of the modern merchant. He knows his business will grow exactly in the pro- portion of his ability to make it useful to the public. The better he can make himself knowri for character, for courtesy, for fairness in price, the larger will be the measure of Jris success. The modern merchant Relieves in taking the public into his confidence. He believes people are interested in the sources of merchandise, its purposes, its well as its fineness and price. He classes these things as legitimate news of his store and tells this news through advertising. He feels it part tf his service to keep the public unformed. And because of this intensely human purpose ing is such very interesting reading-not oaly interesting, but helpful aad profitaWe reading. -_ ;