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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19] 4 1'IIE tETH.BIUDOE DAILY HERALD PAGP FIVE Surprising Results From the Use of For imparting health to the scalp lux- uriancc to the hair nothing excels Ncwbro's Herpicide. It is lumiliurly known to Ihousiinds throughout the World as the Original Remedy for dcslroying dandruff contagion and saving the hair and as a delightful hair-drcss- _- ing. .The letter from Mrs. C. K. Sharp of Lu- ;''vcme, Ala., which comes'voluntarily and un- solicited, is a the wonderful power for good concealed-in tlu's well-known scalp prophylaCitic. 1 READ -MRS. SHARP'S LETTER Luverne, Ala., Feb. 16, 1913. I want to give my testimonial on the wonderful results of using Herpicide. December 14th, 1911, we adopted a little girl from the Orphanage. Her head was almost entirely covered with what we term one side being entirely bald. I used every remedy I ever read or heard of including phy- prescriptions but they availed nothing. At last In desperation and as an'experiment, because it advertised for that, I .began on Herpicide. The first "few 'applications stopped the itching. uslng'two and a half bottles she was entirely.cured. I wllh you could her hair. If 1 had used any more Herpicide I don't know what we would have done with It as she already has hair enough for two. The. bald places are. well covered and It Is peculiar that all tha now hair Is curly while the old hairis.straighC Trie-child, whose name'is Elcurtis is now eight years old and oalls herself the "Herpicide MRS. C. K. SHARP. Each day reveals almost marvelous aad frequently'astonishing results achieved by the; use of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. There arc, surprises '.in every boltie 'which may be expected by the one who uses carefully and .intelligently. WhiJe the results 'are not always of.such an astonishing nature as those experienced by Mrs. Shar variably satisfying. HErtPICIDE eradiculos the contagion (hat causes dandruff and thus itching of the scalp and falling of hair, so intensely admired by come to iated with NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE, Ilk exquisiteartd delightful dressing, TRY IT AND BE Send 10 Cents for Trial Bottle and Booklet. Two Sizes, 50c and Sold and Guaranteed Every whi Your Money Back if You Aie Not Satisfied. Applications at the Better Barber Shops. HIGINBOTHAM, Special Agent. CANADA'S FHiTUllK'GOVKKXOlt GK ATTMK'FKONT Prince Alexander of Teck, brother of Queen Mary and future Governor- General'of 'Canada with tlie British troops on the continent. Clean and Sanitary-this is possible with hard, lustrous black enamel finish Built burn natural A rub with a soft cloth keeps smooth nickelled trimmings good as new. 40 styles. See the McClary dealer. by McKeown Hardware Co. Wo offer n complete assortment of Bulbs for Winter Flowering in the house and Spring Flowering in the time Oct. 1st to Crci' i AT n -I Co! AVu-.i. large IJMics. Cam. iwicrvd, large Hyacinths, Konwn. -t Colors llvitdnlhs. Mutch. Colmr, KarciPisiiM. Gr.-indiflora NUI-LWIIS. Hinfrlf, C Double. -1 varieties Scill.-i Silit-rici Sin'itle, 'iiaincd, G Tulijtt, Sinsi'lc. choice laixcd Tulips. mixed 'Tuliyr-! Double', choice mixstl Tulips, Double, mixed. TheTANV.O Tulip, a btauliful Taneo colorcil var- iety, with very sweet perfume. Uoz. for Where Htilbs nre lu be (parcel postl add one- firth ID ninotint of order for there arc IJxprcsi Offices, Express is cheaper (him mail oa all orriers ambuntiiiff to SZ.SO and over. virile for our 2S pa of Bulbs, 1'lants, Seeds, P e Illustrated Catalogue oultry Supplies, Etc, SINGLE NARCISSUS JOHN A. BRUCE CO., LIMITED SEED MERCHANTS Eitabliihed 1850 HAMILTON; ONT. By the Hon. W. S. FIELDING; Late Minister of Finance in the Dominion of Canada. INCIPIENT FiREMN11- G N COAL RESERVE Ferine, BC, Sept alann 'was causeu liy the rumors that the t Great Northern Railway- emergency stock pile of coai uas on fne and in conBpquence the mines here would be Cioied Indefinitely Tmestisation. tjd that while tlieie ftas a fire it was 'ab small that it was easily .pontrolied, and.It was not true that.the'_entire uile would have to bermovedi previpus-to more coal being 'shipped from itoere for company, use. VILLE LoTJTAlX COCO BEACH IS HELD BY FRENCH 20, 11 35 am -Ministry of Jlarlne announced toda; that the French gunboat ,Septeinher 22 took of Beach, in Ivamaron the German col vony in Western Equatorial Vfnci HEARTY Mrs. Deck's Fondest Hopes Hap- piness and Baby. Upper S., wish to tnank you for the benefit I received by taking Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegeta- ble Compound for female troubles from which I as great sufferer, so that I was com- pletely run-down in health. Other med icme did not help me, but Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegeta- blf> Compound made me well mid strong. I now have a big, hearty baby boy, and praise your medi- cine for the wonderful lotof good it has done mo." Mrs ISRAEL BECK, JR Upper Lahave, Lunenburg Co., N. S Canada. .The darkest days of hiisband and wife! are when they come to look -forward to a childless, and lonely old age. Many A wife has found herself inca pabte of motherhood on Ing to some de rangemcnt of the feminine system, often curable by the proper remedies. In many homos once chHdlns there are now children because of the fact that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal. If you liare the slightest doubt tlmt LydtnK.-l'TnklmnTs Vegeta- ble Compound will help you. write K.IMnklinm MediclneCo (confidential) for nd- vlce. Your letter will opened] And answered b> a vonian, und ia "G.od save our gracious King, live pur. noble King, God save the. King." From Thee.all blessings flow, On. him Thy grace bestow, Guard him -from -every. foe, God save the King. His "WorM wide bless May In, possess Wisdom .as- Judgment, vvitli'crdar Insight. Vision to see the light; Courage to do tho right, Whate'er .'betide. Send to his Conntljl bpard Statesmen' in triieaaccord, Serene anil stronj, Give them tf-liiglririeal, Fill them with To serve the Bmpire's'''weal, Keep'them froni wrong. Grant us sweet peace, O Lord, The not" the sword. We fsin wouldVAv-ield. 'It, through man's lust for power, Dark clouds 9e.r Be with us in A strength and shield Not Motherland "alone; Loyal to King arid Throne, Thy blessing' -craves Vast land beyond the seas Repeat the earnest.pleas, Where' proudly in the breeze .His banner waves. Great hosts of faithful ones, Fair daughters and true sons, Join in our prayer. From centre to earth's end, At many shrines they .beni! In varied tongues coalmen Him to Thy care In tlie (broad world's Through all the fleeting years, Since early time, Though 'gainst strong foes arrayed; iO.tir England, undismayed, j A gallant part has played j in every clime. 0 God! before Thso now, With v.-s bow. And grateful heart. Grant the last, As in. its-glorious past, This British Empire vast i Play its jart Not ,with A a selfish aim, Not, tq.desire acclaim Throughout the world. j But that its ensign bright kind of foods do yon give your cliil- Arc they simple and nouiishiujjl To liclp biukl bodies use tilteat, cooked bailey mnlt, such as you gci 111 "FORCE" Toasted Wheat Flakes. an) right to raise their rales "at this time, anv other. time when money is so scarce, and the t-oi n- trj are making sacrifices that ihev mav contribute (to the Empire. According .to tlie franchise' from' the, city, .the legallv entitled to raise the rate tf thu franchise is lost sight of" at "tin's "time. The Board ol Trade is leaaHv entitled to put the company out of Imsiness. if they can, so" far as Lethbridge is concerned, and probablj uill 'lhat the at- titude oi 'the meeting. Ihe compini relish the fat-t also that.. tho Minister! of'' Trade aiid ComniPrcL, the Honorable Sir George E Fos-tei, has referred the questici of' the increase to the .Honorable T ,W. Crothers, Minister of Labor, who saj s m a lecent letter to the Board of Trade, "I shall give" the" matter'my best Won't Pay Swiss Debts Invest in the War Loan Bordeaux, 11 4o am, Sept 2o A: newspaper published at Chan Do Fonds, Switzerland, copies of uluch ccn the have been lecened here, declares that Board, or Trade "and Minister of the Chan De Trslc and Commerce, savs "It is. Fends ren-ions recened lottus them that they are unable to settle their stock in the' live tlieir bills, it being contrary to per the of Geim in} to send out'of the country. .Being convinced, however, that the Swiss manufactur- quite _clear from th's correspondence from German clients informing ers desire to sec Gorman} triumph, The Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. for Uca! Examinations te Music PATBON His Majesty Ike Music Examinations 1918 to ifao PopiU of M Teachcn of Music. The Animal Examinations in Practical ary ivill be held IB rough out 191 An eraniia- ilj if ill be untie by October Canad: uid TJicc in Ala i a n Thee nth 1914, applti ist 1914 An cxJnbiti itioi Syllabus, II all particulars tion to an value about Jjoo offered. 2 Cold and 2 bilver Medal; aay be obtained .011 oppHca- M HIKING DAVIS 777 Shuter Stretl tfmlrul (Resident ScerdBry Parent ind lenchers wi hiag to enter their piipile for these should conirnuiiicite with ths at once and irnamc placed en mailmglisL 5 A Christian college-home, healthful situation. FprproapectusandtermE.'writetheFrfBelptl 63 the debtors had. with the. amounts their fcuiss creditors, m cent war loan further, thai the} haie decrial to do business iftir the war onh luth such firms as accept this arrangement THE F. F. DAU.ET Co., LTC., BUFTAIO, N. OLISHES lOc. ;