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Prevent Falling Hair With Cuticura Shampoos The first thing to in restoring dry, thin and falling hair is to get

Prevent Falling Hair With Cuticura Shampoos The first thing to in restoring dry, thin and falling hair is to get

rid of dandruff, itching and irritation of the scalp. Rub Cuticura Ointment into the scalp, especially spots dandruff and itching. Next morning shampoo v.ith Cuticura Soap and hot water. Rinse with tepid water. T«Jeeat 1«. 34.. 34. and 44. Sola ihroagbout OK* Empire British Depo
30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE YORKSHIRE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 1921.

THE YORKSHIRE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 1921.

30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A Domestic Hint.

A Domestic Hint.

For about week did most of tin* houHJwork of my house, and I con see just how much time is saved the rule, which try* stick to, clearing everything and pulling the choirs back their normal position before leave room at night."—A Spectator " correspondent.
30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A LAST CHANCE

A LAST CHANCE

is generally understood that the fiiiiu.tr representative on the Supreme Council. s Count Sfor/a. the Italian Foroigu Minister, will that the final ultimatum •em. firing Germany period "of hours, or days." in w hudt save herself from the penalties adopting Allied terms. the adva
30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DISCOVERY BY WIFE OF AN

DISCOVERY BY WIFE OF AN

ALLEGED BIGAMIST. dramatic scene at Brighton, whett* * woman confronted her husband was about leave for Canada with another woman, iih whom he said have gone through form marriage, was at the local police court, whan Charles Theodoie Biur.den, aged 36. was committed for trial (h
30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
STORIES OF ROLLICKING DAYS

STORIES OF ROLLICKING DAYS

ON CIRCUIT. regret to announce the death Judge Grceuhow. formerly the Leeds County Court, whit took place noon today at the house of his daughter. Mr.- Kitcat. lie had been in failing health Cor some time. Judge Gteenhow retired in August, 1916, after holding the pot it. County
30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BLEEDING THE TENUIS PLAYS-US

BLEEDING THE TENUIS PLAYS-US

Despite the fail the price of rubber, tennis bolls are 26«. a this season. According one report manufacturer gave tbe cynical explanation that there is need lower the price, because demands exceed supplies therefore raised instead more contemptuous for the publie "a pockets. say
30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MAiurra – coocurs"

MAiurra – coocurs"

McDonald also had < aught second .dip. and Sharp who captaining the team, might have been out to the like chance in the same ova.. Madey bud qiute lone spall lunch. the g'.testing, but his leg twisters and ** wrong were not nufßciyntly fiat off the pitch make watching sod timing
30 April 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

COAL DEADLOCK COMPLETE. SIR R. HORNE'S GLOOMY STATEMENT. LONDON, Friday Night. The coal dispute has now been progress a whole month. To-day seems little nearer settlement than it was when it started. In fact, the deadlock is complete. It was a gloomy statement that Sir Robert Ho
30 April 1921 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
STAPLE HILL AND DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION.

STAPLE HILL AND DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION.

At the first annual meeting of this association the Vicar of Downend presided. The hon. fcecretary, Mrs Henrik Jones, in her report, tspoke of the hr.rd work which had necessity boen involved a fir&t yeai's working, but the hearty co-operation of all the districts had made tho t
30 April 1921 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England