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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'UDAY, SKFlT.Mni'.U 22, 1017 THIS L.ETM11IUIJUB IMIl.l Ilr.IVALJJ PACE SEVEN Buildins to Cost Will lie Erected at I'rcstnt Site A woman never looks better than her Hair GOIHG-t MORE MEN EMPLOYED Contracts Are and Permit Secured to Start Work Now Announcement is made IhroutOi l'lp City Industrial Department of an mldl- lion vlilcli will iirolntily eicccd In ccsl tlie sum of to I'm well- kiiinvn at the llitllc Creek Toast-1 ptl Corn Fhko Otmivaiiy. Limited, on Dumlns Btrcct rnsl, makers of IOKE'B Toasted Com Flakes. This amount will Incluilo buildings, stor- age tanks anj machinery. The ad- ditional bullJines will he or lirlrk ami EOiCO feet and ft one-Blory liirildiiiK of larger dimensions. This nJillllon to tiie plant will, ivhen coincided, require Ihe omnluyim-iil of n number of addit- ional men. Six large flrc-iirool storage tanks lio erected. The contract for Ihc hufldfnKa and grata tanks haa .bocti k'l the ArchlU.-ild Holmes Conl. ]jony ol Winnipeg, the contractors who arc building the new Hunt inikl. The increased demand for the orig- inal Kellot-'R's Toasted Corn Flakes fn the red, ivlilto and firecn [jack-age, so is ell known, and which lias been mails here .In l.nndbn for over eleven necessitates this conaldcrahlc addition. Thousands of woman owe Itelr youthful apneariMC to NKWBRO'S Iltrfl'lClDR No matter what may be her oxc, a woman Kith a nlco head ol hair, hair thil is toft, glossy and Huffy, looks younger than she 13. 11EW1CIDK makes the hairbcau- tiful with that Eheen and shimmer I which is so attractive and always indicates a healthy, natural growui- It Vreerxs Uie scaJn free from dand-. ruff and the hair from falling ouL There are remedies said to bo "juat as but 1IEKPJC1DE 13 "the cen'Jine original dandruff germ destroyer." tlcnMufe M SOc and 1 1 .00 sues is sold at Harts ta'fcl roods counters. Recommended aftd appficaUoflf rude by UK best .barters gad hair, ilresscrs. SPECIAL AGENTS, J. D. ttlGINBOTHAM 4 CO., LTD. PEACEPOS1LEIF London, Sept. Incomplete parts of Ihc reply of Germany anr] Austria to Pope Hen edict's peace proposnl which arrived betorc press lime arc given prominence hy tlic morning newspapers. Owing (o Ihc later.css oC their receipt, however, oa'iy Uvo or Ihrco papers commented mi them In Lhc editorial columns. Tho tenor ol the headlines, however, reflects tun IlrHlsh attitude, one pap- er describing Iho documents as hypo- critical clap-trap from Berlin and Vienna. The Dally Mail characterizes the Austrian reply DR "a vague docu- ment" and comments on Hie "new moves In the pcr.cr: plot1' In which' It Bays: "We are told thai the German Kovernmcnl Is1 arranging tenns wild tlic pope and the government ol Spain. Tlio nlllea' peace terms slant] on record. Germany has not as yet the sltslileftl Intention of accepting Ilicin. Krom them the allies will nev- er recede." The Graphic declares: "Since no high expectations wore left In this country upon the answer the centra powers would make to Hie pope there can bo no disappointment at the terms of the documents which reach ctl London last night. Meanwhile President Wilson must surely IJG dis illnsloned as to the distinction be-: I ween the German government nnd the German people. The real hope Ihc [lilies docs not Ifc in a divided Geriiip.jiy, ror In nniinl notos, but In relentless blows on the German ar- mies such as Sir Douglas Halg lias Just delivered." The Chronicle Hint It Is im- possible lo suspect Iho earnoslncsg of the Austrian emperor's reply, adding: "Sincerity breathes through every pan ot'liiia remarkable utterance." ''Emperor Charles has aJwnys spok- en in a rttf'erent tejnper and with n different accent from the violence and h.xrshncr-B oT the Chron- icle nsserts. "Tlic Austrian says Iho Dally News, "declares very justly that Ilio whole ivotM longs lor peace. Un lees tlic ivorlrt Is swept clean Crom such diplomacy HS lhat which the Jnlser has just approved and lionor- cd; what Is the good ol talking at The Post says Austria's reply Is one "jjrofcasos Hint Austria la (Ighllng only for International ar- bitration, disarmament ami freedom or the and "From the author of Hie historic ulEliitnlum lo Serbia that profession Is Intlccil ALUOlt ISISHOP, Y.C., IN HIS AIltSHIP mm 10 FREE simu-d ordrr to frte I lie of I'niDitT Kcjt-nsky wiiom liu con- liuu that ihe cabinet vuuUl b? u CHIP, air! wliU'k c j Ki-r.-vsVy lu Li J ilium M. Ti-li -rouiisolT was lor a j ftcniL [rctu nhMi I'Ojt lit1 was dismiss- (--1 .L-; ih'i rcatill <-r tlifi e ui J HIM ALIfl S ___ mv rtf 01111 I'ctrofirad, Sept. rtilKna- He dot-Jarnl lliai when was vouv lion or Urn. Aieiiefi' as