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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 29, 1915 THE LET 11 Bill DC E DAILY HERALti PAGE FIVE SI'i DHESS .IN AMERICA 1 (IAGICAU EFFECT OF NEW FACE PEELER I L maintain ;i .dear, youth- complexion, (-here's nothing so pic to life and yet no effective ;IH niiry ineKolixod wax, which you get .at any drug-store. Just ap- tho wax at night, as you would cream; In the morning wash it warm 1C you've never it you can'l' imagine the, niagi- effect of this harmless hoim; treat- Threshing, at I Fincher Creek int. H causes the ,rf skin to come" off old worn-out n minute par- ies, a little at a time, and soon you re entirely shed the offensive ;iclc. Tim frwsh voting underskin ,v In evidence is so healthy and llsh lucking, so free from any a; I'mciuT Sept. TU- grain cuUmi; is prsiHirally fmishrd in this district, a feu' IK- Iris which were bad- ly Intlu-ed art; .still giving their own- ers cnnstfRFfeltta tt-orry. The thresh- ing out lit H are all ready lo ho off iit a moment's notice, hut light, rain which has continued to Fall since Sunday evening, lias caused a delay. Two thr ('-shine; outfits' quite nlosu In "FRUII-H1S" Mrs, Corbetilad the and Tried i! AVON, May 14th, J9L4. "J havtt Jiij.it! 'Fniit-a-tivcs' for Jndigeslion and Constipation with naosfc results, ;uid they continue to bi' medicine. 1 .saw 'Fruit-a- tives' advfirtisfd ivilh n letter in "which KG mo ond recommendPtl ;licm tried them. The results wero more than satisfactory, and I have no hesitation in rucomuieiHiiug 'Fruit-a- lives" AXXtl'J A. C01U5ETT. Titue is proving !hat 'Fruit-a-tive.i' j cun always be dupcmliM.l upon to give prrmipf; relief in all ruM-s of CM: -.tipatioii antf Stomach Trouble., SOc. abox, G for trlnl site 2Sr, Ai ilealers or sent by Fruit- a-iives Limited, Ottawa. All The Specials Advertised in Last Night's Paper on Sale Demonstration of Roman Mea! Commencing on Thursday Morning, are Featuring a Demonstration of Roman Meal Mrs. Hackenyos, our expert demonstrator, will he pleased to demonstrate the good qualities of this popular cereal TELEPHONE 604 got nicflj started last Phmo shows Miss UougluH of Buffalo, N. Y.. who has adopted the Jauan- ,-PC style of dress, and makes no secret of ii.. Site i.hinks women of America would" lie wise to follow her example, and plains the great comfort, result- j iritr from the use of such au outfit. henitc'fhc his; rain, hut the rcspec- live ranchers d'edinert to give an es- t-imnU' of the yield until a better test could lie made. j A splendid sample of wheat from' of artificiality, you wonder j the ranrti of Mr. Hell, south of town, y you had not heard of this; mar-i was prr.-ciUcil to your reporter on; bus complexion-renewing secret j Mondav evening. It is believed that: g ago. I this imnirn.su crop will yield hntwetn Squally magical in its. action is a I '1ft and -in iiushRls to the. acre. j iplo wrinkle-removing: ioiion made j dissolving an ounce of pcwdri'ed j lolite in a half pint of -witch I Ililng the face in t.his for two or j minutes immediately nffccu j jry line and furrow and improves j rial contour wonderfully. I HOW CANADIAN PILOT COULD BOMB TOE KBUPP WORKS AT ESSEN HITS ASTOR HARD to Pay a Year Inroms Tax JGRE'ECE EAGER FOR WAR 1 London. Sept. Rich American men und live in England i "wlil have to pay more than V to the British government, under the V; terms ot" the new super-income lax, which is included in the intro- Y'duped in the House of Commons. The hardest hit is William Waldorf Aster, Athens. Sept. suc- cess of the Allies on the V.-QKL- i em front is having: a visible "hoVaccording to the new .effect on the situation in Greece. iPcopIo are Crowing more enthusiastic in favor of the war. [fjhave to pay approximately f I It if, estimated that there are near- ly Americans living in ISnghinrt. of -.viipiM fall under the provision of the new income tos. ;1OW TO WAVE HAIR TO I APPEAR NATURALLY CURLY _________ I You won't need to resort to the scorching curiing iron if you will adopt the simple plan I will mention. Isn't that good news? At night merely apnly a little liquid silmerine with a clean tooth brush, drawing this through the hair j'rom root to tin. This will Impart a delightful wavy appearance and a bright lustre suggestive ot" "hidden sunshine." It will prove beneficial to llm Iinir, instead of making it brittle Bud dead-looking as the hot iron does. In the morning, instead ot" your tresses 'being mean and you will find them quite easy to do up in tiny form, and: there will be no un- pleasant odor, grease or stickiness About Uie Imir. 1 would suggest that you ask your druggist for the linuid or five will require no mi j ing and you can pour a little into a saucer when required. You won't need to use tins at frequent the way, .because the curllness lasts many Coulson in Hygienic Review. 1NADA MUST RAISE SIX MILLIONS pttawii, Ont., Sept. is ex- j '.ed that the expenditure from the imdian Patriotic Fund during Ifllii !l be more than which Ji exceed that- the great demands on fund will be met, bat only ivlili "rti work on the part of every centre Dominion. At present every of- lal is busy on the organizations of innaigns for subscriptions in almost sry municipality of any size. BIG SHIPMENT OF CANADIAN CATTLE Chicugo, 111., Sent. Ca- nada is contributing somewhat freely to the range cattle supply at Chicago this season. The most notable tale was that of a consignment of m" cars of steers by the Matador Lund Catl'ie Co., which sold {his week at ?S per cwt. The shipment included spayed heifers from1 the "Montana ranges of the company, which sold at The entire 70-car shipment, grossing SUfi.OOO, the heaviest single transaction in range cattle ever re- corded on the Chicago market, as the entire consignment went Lo Armour. Western srass beef is a scarce com- modity this'year, and the Canadian delegation has been very welcome to the packers. There will lie a me; ting of Girls' Auxiliary in Uir Knox Sunday school tomorrow evening at Airs. A. W. Baxter and children ar- rived in the city from Vancouver, and are visiting with Mrs. K. HageVi. The St. Cyprian's Junior W.A. will hold 'the first mefitlne of rhe season on Saturday next ai 2 p.m., 3n the Parish hall. sept. Times FYtrograd says: "A report which has been confirmed from a good (juarter, lie -list German Army Corps, was overtaken bv the of the Pripet marshes, and. heiiifr unable lo escape, nearly the whole the corps perished." The contract for the rural mail delivery south from the city to Wil- son Siding, which is to be known as B Xo. 1 instead of Route No. 4, i H..M.H: i u. II.UULI ,-v. So have the demands upon the Mr. Hlarl Kisenliaiicr 01 the hxpcn-; ag was upollt jias been i Kreatlv havn the demands upon the mental Farm, left, .yesterday to at- awardcdi to ohlcial advic- St. Catharines Patriotic Fund iu- tendt the tniver5ity. ot j in llie city oflicial U-reased of late thai the treasury is at j word has been recenei ay to who almost depleted, and a campaign for (the succcKsful tenderer on thi-s route I a new fund of will take The executive..of. the Alexander) jS, but it is expected that this inior-j place Oct. 7, 8 and 9. R. W. Leonard Gait Chapter, I.O..D.U. will meet to-i nialion will reach the city in a few has offered, to give twenty-five pec morrow evening ai. 8 o'clock at the I days. of the totai amount, with at home of the Regent, Mrs. G. W. Rob-j it js underslnod that the post of-j maximum of inson. fice authorities are considering the awarding of the contract on tin; rur- The Centra! W. C, T. hold j al route to the Coaliiale district, and' a tea tomorrow afternoon at the j oflicial word of this is also KXpeHnl j home of Mrs A. H. Dicssih, corner 1 shortly. Ii is not expected, however, of 13th street .and 8th avenue south that any 'further eon tracts will he. in aid of the Travellers' Aid fund. awarded at the present time. Miss Joan Arnoldi, o( the Canadian Field Comforts commission, sailed iast week for England accompanied CASUALTIES AMONGST i AUSTRALIANS .Melbourne. Australia, Aug. j hy her mother, Mrs. Frank number of of Toronto. Mary Murph., who has been employed at Shepherd Dunlop's law Aviator Theodore Macauley on Sept. 23rd made a trip from Toronto to Osvrego, via Hamilton, as shown by the above map. The map shows, too, that travelling the same distance, ho the allied lines ami drop bombs on tiio Kmnp works at Essen. CANADIAN GIVES ARMORED BIPLANE Ottawa, Ont., Sept. contributions toward Canada's part in ths war, donated by wealthy Canad- ians, include the provision of a con- valescent home in England, with ac- commodation for from 50 to TOO pa- tients. The contribution BUS been in art o by Sir Lyraan Melviu Jones of Toronto. It will be placed under the financial management and direction of Uia .Massey-Harris Co., of which Sir is the head. J V armored biplane has "been offered to the cause hy J. Gage, and philanthropist of To- ronto. Mr. Gage expresses the hope that it may be manned by Canadians. JHe also suggests that many other I wca'ithy Canadians would gladly co- operate in forming a Canadian air to add to the fighting 'strength oE the country. GREAT CROPS AT BROOKS IJroohs, Alta., Sept. T. Long has been busy with threshing opera- tions for the past week or. so, says the Broofcs Builetin. His crop will run from 40 to 50 bushels an acre, he says, and he has flOO acres ot" wheat. J Winning's crop was threshed by Griffith and the Kinloy Bros. It yielded -12 bushels of wheat to the acre, and S4 bushels of oats to the acre, Ben Owen, who is- threshing in the Stevevlllo locality, says it is a poor wheat crop around there if it won't so bushels to the acre; 37 bushels lo thfi acre is the worst he has threshed. .lames Armstrong of Cravalh Gorn- evs had one 5-acrc field in his crop that yielded '257 bushels of wheat. WILL OF A MILLIONAIRE Toronto, Our., Sept. will of Col. J. H. Buriand of -Montreal, who died in Etagland October 9 ly after journeying there as Canadian l Red Cross commissioner, has been en- tersd for prnbate here. The estate amounts to Public be- quests total SALT OFF THE STAND Man., Sept. cross-examination of -William Salt was concluded A. .1. Andrews, chief defence counsel, in the course of this morning's examination, at preliminary hearing "of the four ex-ministers, and ifncther witness will take the stand this afternoon. casualties among the Ttf.OuO men that I Australia has stfiut hi war was made j known by Premier Fisher in a state-j inent to Parliament, today. f offices for a number of years loaves The including the men who tomorrow for Calgary, where she has j died in Egypt and en rijute since the taken a position with the Home Grain {embarkation of the first contingent, in Co. Miss Murphy was in the early November. 1914, now totai some days a member of the Herald staff. A 976, he said, of which he gave the fot- wlcio circle of friends in the city lowing regret her departure. j Others 2855 S75fi 725 i Dead 177 The Women's Missionary Society I Wounded 356 Auxiliary of Wesley church will hold; Missing n their regular monthly meeting on. Sick....... 34 992 Thursday evening at eight o'clock in j Prisoners.. S the ladies' parlor -of the church. An I interesting'program has been arrang- Totals.. 640 cd and a special feature will be the I The Premier stated that Total 3032 9113 736 1086 JO reception of new members, after j troops were now in preparation for freshments follow. AM ladies are cor- dialiy invited to attend. Australian expeditionary forces, not counting 'losses, would have reached a total of A very enjoyable evening was spent. last night at the social given in C RANKs COMPLETE Westminster church hy. the WHlard j HER RANKS COMPLETE W. C. T. U. in aid of the Travellers' j Kingston, Jamaica. Sept. On Aid Fund. A musical program by j motion of the Colonial government, Misses Hazcn, Hoodie, Washbroofc, the Legislature passed Mllncr and Wall work, and ilessrs- Kilncr, Jackson and Kay was much resolution authorizing the expenditure of yearly for sending drafts of men to appreciated. Kev. A. C. Bryan of St. make good the wastasa in the ranks Andrew's ch.ur.ch. presided and gave j of tl; he Jamaica contingent at the front short address on temperance. Mrs. j in Europe. A. ri. Humphries, the president ROYALS 1YEAST CAKES1 I MAKE PERFECT BREAD Bread made in the home with Royal yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. Food Scientists claim that there is more nourishment in a pound of good home made bread than in a pound of meat Consider the difference in cost. [.WGIILETTCOMWNY LIMITED TORONTO, ONT [MADE IN CANADA, 'THE GIRL FROM NOWHERE" being indicted so long with lire formless hodge-podge oi vacuous i theatrical nonsense, which usually passes inusler for musical comedy, it is a genuine treat to come across a piece "that not only has a musical score, clever lyrics and pleasing songs, hut also a plot, that one interested and guessing from r.egm- j ning In end. "The Girl From Nowhere" has all. these iiualitics and more. It is a de- light to eye and ear anil at the same i time docs'no violence to the intelli- gence. Unless all signs fail, this piece will have a long and successful car- eer and its catchy refrains will he whistled from coast to coast. The book- and lyrics are by Stuai t-Whytc, lhc well known Brit- ish author-producer, while the music is hv Pierre Uayarri and Clive Hani- iltoii. Tlie curtain rises on a brilliant scene disclosing (he main floor of the Tcliridge Ueparlmental Stores jn; .San Kranciseo. The next KC3ne j the Hllft Exposition at nighl, with the famous Tou'er of .'levels in the background. Frow here the action shifls to lhc Cliff House and bathing hcach and emails' back the Tel-j fridge stores. There are eighteen roles in the.! piece, all cleverly handled, and the; prtt'JucUun is beautifully staged and handsomely mounted. There are some seventy changes of costumes, all new and tasty, and the chorus, a sextette of beautiful young ladies, ii; a 'con- tinuous reve.lalioii of tlto costuujers art and Iheir individual abili- ties. i The above comprehensive review, of Oii'I From winch j eomcs to the Majestic on Friday and j Saturday, was taken from the H. P. Uoundcr aJid Play Bill of April, 1915. SEAL BRAND COFFEE Canada's Best In }4> 1 and 2 pound cans. also FineGround for percolators. CHASE SANBORN, the union, also addressed the meet- ing. After the program was conclud- ed, refreshments were served. A sale of home cooking netted a neat sum for the fund. The singing of the Na- tional Anthem concluded the social. of j On motion of elected member, the Colonv assumed all charges for separation allowances, gratuities and pensions connected' with the contin- gent, thus relieving the British Imper- ial government of the charges it was willing to assume. You feel safe When you've washed with Lifebuoy Soap. No matter how grimy your matter how germ-laden they may be from the day's work, Lifebuoy cleanses. and safeguards your skin. .The mild carbolic odor quickly vanishes, but its benefits Singer. ALL GROCERS HEALTHY FIGHTING SUBMARINES London, Sept. tfoni; Stockholm today reported fir- ing off the southern coast of Sweden early yesterday. It was stated that the fog was so dense that incoming One commercial company here has i skippers could not see what Has oc just given S2600 to an aeror'ane fund, j curring, but it was believed that Ger- and other companies are asking their man warships were engaged with Bri Daughters of the Empire permission for the right to .make j tish submarines attempting, to enter. to place cash boxes in the schools, a donations to the {und. when monthly collections wi.i. be! B0 The school board has given tlielj of the Empire permission the Baltic. made. The proceeds will be devoted] to patriotic work. Mrs. Robinson, i the regent, will present the boxes and W. A. Buchanan will give ai short address at Central and Gal- hraith schools today, at Westminster school on Thursday at 11.45, and at Fleelwood school on Friday at 10.45. The executive and members of the 1.0.D.B. who care to attend are ask- wl lo be present. In presenting these boxes to the schools lor the purpose o! helping the sil.diers during war time, it is hoped that the following suggestions will be acceptable i j J. A teacher in each school will! bo appointed to take charge of the box which will be passed at the end of each month. 2. The box will be returned to the j 1.0.D.B. at the closing of school in j December, when the money will he used to buy wool tor knitting for the soldiers. 3. The boxes will again be collect- ed al Easter and midsummer, and the money spent where the need is greatest. 4. The teachers will encourage the children to makt some sacrifice rath- er than demand the money from the parents. Shelburne's campaign to raise mon- ey for .the Canadian' Patriotic. Fund came to a close. The workers aimed got JS.lfil. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon perfection has been'attained by years of care- ful study. There Is no "just as good." Insist on Blue Ribbon Coffee, Tea, Paking Ppwdor, Spices, Jelly Powders and Ex- tracts. They are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. ;