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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Saturday, October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 13 Good Care of the Hair Makes All Women Fair snappy, well kept hslr is woman's 'greatest beauty. The hair first attracts attention. Nice. fluffy hair, growing on the head U adorns, makes for personal charm laoro tbau a clear complexion, regular features or a handsome gown. Ccauliful hair, which commands admiration everywhere. Is almost arwaya associated with the use of that Well Known Scalp Prophylactic Newbro's Herpicide The worst entmy of good hair caused by microbe grov.'lh or germ. That (ho destruction of this gerra may he by the Intelligent use of Newbro's Hc-rplclde la proven by the experience o thousands of people. Uy tho removal of dandruff, further loss of hair ma] usualiv ho prevented and there Is a decided increase In lifo, lustre and lux urlsnco''which constitute hair beauty. There is a subtle and 'delightful odo about Horplclde that never offends, but appeals to everyone. It contains no. grease, and will not change tho color of the hair.- The Itching scalp, which accompanies dandruff may generally be relieved by the first few applications. .There Is no need for anyone to be deceived by other preparations that have Hiiopted the Herpicide advertising claims. .You can avoid possible dEiappolnt- meat by jusisliug-upon having the'genuine Herpelde. Send 10 cents lor sample bottle and bcokkt to The Herpicide Co., Dept. Mleh. Two sizes, 50c and sold evirywhtrt. If not satisfactory your dealer will refund your Applications al! jood Barber and Halr-OrtMlitp Parian J.H. HIGINBOTHAM.4CO. LTD., MILADI EDITED BY THOMII MM. 1111 Yes, child of suffering, thou mayest veil be sure, He, who ordained the lotti tbe. poor. Oliver Wendell Holir.es. 3 t lie made tLe Saulmiii Miiiiv uouTC The and the And set about its golden door The messengers -Alice Carr-. Six days ol toil, poor'child of Cain, Thy strength the slave ol Wast may te; HardicviUe, the groom an enterprising business wad. CLUH AND 80C1ET1M Harvest Festival ser.it-ts te conducted in St. Mary's, church to- morrow by the. liev. C. H. Pophaui. Addresses and 'music will be appro- priate lor. tie 'occasion. The G. F. club will with Mrs. L, II. Fowler, 301 Sixth Avenue A, on' Tuesday allernoon, and not on Monday as previously announced. The seventh thy limbs eseape the' A 'God halli made thee Irec. Mrs. (lorry, ol the Chil- dren's is graifiul to Mr. M'biltaku ol the Theatre, who FAMILY OF CANADIAN HAVE PERISHED Aud cry: Dear Cod, the bne that Of all our loving Father's gifts, I often wonder which IB lifts i Our souls from weariness to The rest of Is best- Clemmer. Of all the thoughts of God that are Borne inward Into souls afar, Along the- Pealniist's .music, Now tell me, If that any is, For gift or grace, surpassing "Ho glteth His beloved Drowning. Rev. J. n. I'ickle is expected home from attending the Christian convex tioa.in Toronto tonight. supplied free tickets lor the children each week all summer. On Thursday next at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist church there will be a lecture In three parts (I) Lethbridje one hundred years ago by Kx-Mayor [2) Lrthbridgc today, br (3) Lethbridje one hundred, years hence, by Pr. Spencer: liusic.hy Miss Stilt and Mr. MacCJougan and recitations by the Misses Virtue anil Tabor. {60 was sum, which tbe young- people ,of St. Paul's First Lutheran churcli realized from their box social last'evening. It was the fust time anything of that nature hat been, under taken'; and'the younj; peo- ple .naturally are delighted with the The" flltf people present Miss Benningtoa will friends iii Baror.s over the holiday, greatly enjo'yed; the readings by Miss Clara BJorkblnde and Miss Ellen Miss Ktmm lett today to, spend the song by the three hanksgivrag .with friends in and also the .three choruses by the young people Th; gary spending the Miss. Evelyn Buchanan Thanksgiving In Calgary. Miss Clara'Patrick le'it this altcr- EC-oil''lor' where she vrill :'1 spend the'-weekend Mis's and 'Miss Stella'Kanp'pcn1 Icll thH for Maciedd to'sptnil the a'' 'i -ST Miss Alice Edwards, of is a guest with Jlr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards. Sirtb; Ave., A'. j Miss Corry, who is' attending fids.1 College at lied'Deer, .is spending ''tho with hecirmojher, Mrs. and Mrs. ;B.. B. McCatty .and CITX Council Meeting Tueiday Monday belas'a holiday, the' reg- ular' meeting of the council will not he held'uhtll-TueEday afternoon.' Dr. Fiber's .Big of -well known said, to be _the head i The wife, Maria, and tho family of Joseph Ernst the. Grand I Central'Hotel', Tdronlo.-who are supposed to have been paisengers.on the 111- 1 the happy looking group.above, .Ernst has been in this months, and purchased transportation in -Toronto, for jits wife and to bring them Mr.' Cochrane, 'or--'AIoose Is. spending a few dtt'ya hls'ha'ugh- Mrs. arrived on an extended 'visit with ler H'obert Nlmmons. Mr. and Mrs. John Coo Sixth Avenue A., are visiting .In Calgary over life holiday. 3 Mrs.- John Brodle, Eleventh- St., received the "sad ncvi.that her rriolh- 1_, of .-Hamil- had'passed-aw'ay; (Much sympathy goes out to Mrs.' BrodSe in bereavement, .of a New York syndicate.with three million dollarsoto.be used in devel- fields in the Okotoke.1-. 1 To Preacrrm Westminster _ W. T: 'Tail; of one Iii connec-. tfcri' wlth-th'e ffV.-G: A.) movement iii '6cciipy- life -We'ttralnBtcr'1 Metlibdtst church on night...Mr. Tall Is should .Bond Bijyer on Visit Mr. MacXelil.'.brbther.of B. F. .Mae- of "the In the city yesterday for a-iliort ing his'brclher. ''jfr. MaoNeHl Islcon: mile daughter.lefI.this. m6rninB' to churcj, on bunaaj with t of .Co., bond hayers, "who purchased the 1912 Issue. 'of Lethbridge deben- ttirea. Kindling 'After All A number cf 'well-knowii North Letbbridge people rail- foul of tho law when they using 0. P. R. jraln doors for Mndling wood. Six Vere brought Into" police' court this h-.ornlng by W: U special C. ImlKath assisted, while Miss Tabor atid Miss Rcntlcy. After Supper Sale to 10 Tonight Sfyedal Sale of Corsets Jean Corscls, medium and low busts, finished with four supports. Sonic Royul NVorccslcr make in the lot. All sizes. Saturday night.........78C Ladies'Tea Aprons Plain Lawn Tea Aprons, made with nent frill all around, good fitting shape. Saturday night 15C Bradley Mufflers For Ladies and Girls Bradley's full fashioned made front: fine. Mercerized Ugyplian Yarn in while, hufl', tan, brown, wine, light red. navy, sky, sage green, grey and black. Sizes 12 to 15 inches. Regular 5Qc.; Sat- urday night, each.................'.......... 29 C Colored Border Scrims tcru with dftlnty bonkra in blue and Un A Ite or dining room ourtifn. Rtt. 3lc SiHurdtynlg.it Brass Rods Srats Rodi with neat ball ends fasten small.hooki, Htwd to iochn. HeguUr Saturday nljht 'MEN'S COLD WEATHER NEEDS: Men's Wool Gloves Men's Casfitnere Half Hose AH wool glovw In nixed iwtLier effects, fin- ished with one dome futeacr feather bound for these (all days. All EiieV 50c, Hntti-rdoy r.Ight Men's Shoes about l-2.Priie'- Men's Velour. Oun Metal and Palerit Shoes, bliicher style welted soies, all- high- grade footwear.' lar value's up to-56.00. Saturday night-Special Per QC 'Exlra Values iti s'- From the Groceries Grapfli 'per ft r.... piurn'p, Sound AppleC ibt for Bantnit per dozen Good Selection Mixed Null, per Pound stives Ladles' VicI 'Buiton and'Blucher blucher lyje Cfuban Heel, several, broad -and.; narrow fltttngi, marie' from special selected leather. Values up to Saturday all one fy gK The Hudson's Bay Stores :i on which no declllon war griven down fcrenoorj. SATURDAY SPECIALS Farms j 160 acres; nil level, 60 acres broken, 18 acres summer'fallow; barn, granarlea etc. SPECIAL PER ACRE Irrigated 160 acre's'all Irrigated, 45 acres alfalfa, 20 acres iri rows fof barn, granary, reservoir, trees, 1-2 mile from'station, schoqlr store and church. i i P. Hi Fire were fined Wn and coals The -vjxth pkaded. not Mrs: W. D. li.-Hardle, who guilty, and was reinanded until Tues- thain tea yesterday in connection' aty..next- The doors were piled along with Kiioi Ladies', Aid, is'very (he Royal ppur track. ei with the lesulVi Hembly rapcrts that four more 521. Jlrs. McKilldp, doors dieaupeared'thhi mornlnj. Cameron..and Jtrs. .J. .p.. Higin-i Owni the Piano In District thli morning the case of the Co. yi. Nr. Scores of visitors called during the JH. Murray was heard. The cue in- receiving hours -.yfsterdiy nltsrnoon, (lie Qwnershlp of a when Mrs. :.I. Livingston -was. lorm- wrrlch waj in the 'Alexandra Hotel, ally at home for the first, time this 'wberi that hostelry jtas sold, to the season. Yellow and whits chiysontlie-j'Era'pire.' Hotel Co.'of Calgary. 'Mr. munis made'an efiective autumn -de- j Murray claims that the piano was coratioa.....; exerrrpted Irom the transaction, while The hostess was'assisted by i1'8-1fie company lays claim fb It'as'part K. Livingston Hufncr. j Oc the fti'rnlahliies'o.l the'house, .V stokes', of Caljory, .cnma down'last 'The piano recital, to be given., by i jthe pupils cf Mrs. Abbie 0. Hprs- rooi in ihe Y.jf.O.A.'nuditoriura on Vcdnrsday evening, Oct. 32nd, will aken part in by the lollowhiE Rena Vanhorn, Kathleen Zera Dunsworth, Ursula Elton, Myrtle Varrtman, Mary i'hompson, Jessie Robinson, Lucile Dcna Hud, Krawls Duns- worth, Marjory J.ames The.friendi of Da'nd aro again reminded of the ap'iietrance of the above of arllili, who ap- here_on Fridiy neil, the 24th. The bawl will mike their tint ap- pearance' with the new set of silver- plated, initrjlinenls In, thrte numbers, precedlni' tie regular concert pro- gramme. .The prbceedi .will' be ap- plied to trio iuirchiirt of new rmislo for neit summer's Those, who have enjoyed the feummer' 'con- certs the pail seiion, "are expected to pu'rcbiie eajly, as the S. H. 0. sign wilt llVelr be'exhibited. The seat! are on'sale at Ketmy ft Allin> Litl'ol lilock S, Barnsley-Oibboris S :8PECIAL Wenlmfnsler Road north, -eaiy' terna: SPECIAL' Bight rooms, touth; nll'convetileiicet." INSURANCE LOANS McCrea, Karl'Clrant, John fjliver and N'orman :A quiet wedding .was solemnized at Victoria- Mansions by.; 'tht.Hev. A. G. Cameron on Wednesday "atter- loon, when.Miss. Maude Agnrs Cairns, of Devon, Monldna, was jolr.cd in marriage to Clinton cl Dunkirk, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Tutnlll will' fcaitte on the'trobm'i ranch ft jft ft the. pi Mrs.. MaUie- .ville, Jasl when A, (t. Camtron unitM Ifi' Mrs HopVlni io Mr; cere'monywaS'perloroiHl tnce ol only immediate reJatlvn, at- whlcfi a auinptiioui Mr, and Mil. New to a will ll light In connection with the Enduriag Is la forLi, ipoonl iml pieces if Ihiy are known M tlstiOaa Wtm' .lauiW j In liit hravmt ylile.' been OTW M Rylands Co. HOWE PATTERJiit HALL BORCHIRT AOJUtT- NIMO fiill list of nomination for offl ecru of DislTin li, VJi.'W. of 'A., la i r VoV -pretident, "3. 'p. Smith, Femle, cclamation- for '.vlccjpresldent, WU- Oraha'rn, or 'ncr'eiatjr-treaiivrar, 'A. J. Cirtei 'erele, ThofflM trance, Coal CrecX nd Hyslo'p, C'oleman; In ernallonal bwjr'd rnerober, nte'niatfon' Vjb'afd David Firnte', acclamation; '.snb-dli- ricl board members, sub-district No. ..WlllUni li Fhlllipi, Fernle, Wintam Koirher; sab district So. Burke, William Haysofi, 'Coiem'an, neorite Pounder, IHlcrMt; sub dlptrjct No. 3, Carson, Alei. McHoijerts, Taher, Jolcph.Wlhwn. Coa'ihnrsi; cjatnation. No. -4, NlcnoUg mpaEEable for au auto the ihlpped.lo ,he journey-wag continued peg. thro'jg'ii .MInneapolIj to Bt'Paul, Ihlcaso, and home.by way of Toronto. Mr. McLaughllu pasaed.. through r.cthbrldgc on Sunday, K, making tbe return trip to Ottawa In exactly thirty daye.: The machine has tbia completed milts of trav- el since purchased. Yicldi In Narvten Naaton We are unable to euro BuUIclent relurni'to form an estimate "of" avSrift yield! of crop In this have heard of some good'yields and some' not so twAf but' all irralh' It of gtiod quaUiy this year, even' that which was drilled In on stnbrjle, arid that which was -sowed on or fall plowing, or eprlne plowing, If not too gpivlng. large, ylelde, as. well George Sifntter had .eleven jfafqiils c wheat wjilih' .yielded, fioO bushels. It does much .fig urlng to an average, of 60. bush ela per acre nut of thftt We do not know vrbat kind of ground It v.-as, but .....It "was pretty 'good and well tilled. Walter Armor threshed 3763 biisti- els'of BluMtsm wheat fro This altes average of a let than per acre.; A. A. Montgomery got of 81 bushels of oats from 246 nereis. This ia the best average we'.have; heard of this year from that'largo Home B aking Cakes, Etc. X >Sandwlches and Cakes For Parties and Dances a (Specialty. Sale-everj' at Thompson's Grq-..-' eery, 6t-h Are. South Airs. Richardson 528 12th St. 6. Thouuni MIlH by Auto TSe Ottawa eays: A iflMl InieYrtUng. and lengthy aufomoWie trip from Ottawa to ths coast and return, Including In eight Juit been concluded, by'.M'. U. JfcUughlln, of It was on May lipuble trip com- ,Mr. wu accom- panied, >r 111' drlvwj awl Ow Ottawa went to Toron- to. CkT'l'ndV Clactniiatl and Cltjr to Caayoo of Fram: that Hit trip irM made tie to An- vf frtrt- to VanoJSTW. Ja A although (here, are) amallet tracU that have beat It. Wrn. Robertson had an average of 50 biistiels of oats on 100 acres. i.'; Richard Y.O'jng .bsrih- Superfluous Hair WARTij Removed With the Electric NtedU Hull Block KiM-Kolm Phone 1710. els of oats from 33 ll OT. 61 lit bUthols For InduclisK Pearl Martin, of Mllje go'to the United Slates .tor' improper purposes, Jo'o'n a widower, waa sentenced at to. eighteen months hi frrlwn.' CiUtgt 6t Mwtc DMUMB, MUSIC EXAMINATIONS Tbt Awvwl and Ai eunlR I. VMM MM, TT) JMrr knct 1 twA ojih Ike ai; io etler Ihflr l I lli forlhew elrniceipJttedOQ ;