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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, February 11,1913 CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Exceptional Opportunities and Genuine Economies at the introductory Sale Await You at this Store Every Day This Week Tempting savings that mean much to every v.-omaii who appreciates genuine reductions on the veiy merchandise she needs for her early home sewing. Every article is taken from our regular stock which" is a guarantee of its high quality and savings are bigger than usually offer-ed at the end of the season. Shop early. 25 Cts. Exceptional Hosiery Values in new Spring Stock Included are values .worth up to 40c and 45c, in fine cottons with ribbed tops, others with natural cashmere sole, others again of fine lisle thread in excellent qualities and perfectly shaped goods. . Black and all the wanted colors are included. All guaranteed fast dye. Walking Gloves 95c Regular $1.25 Value A complete range of sizes from six to eight, made of extra fine quality dogskin in various shades of tan, finished with one dome at wrist. . REAL HAIR NETS 3 for 25C Extra large size, splendid qualities, sDown in a full range of colors. ETJVE CHECKED DIMITY -12^c- Good qualities in fine even weave, various sized. checks, 32 inches wide. SWISS EMBROIDERIES -25c- Flountings and Corset Embroideries in 18 inch, widths-all special values. NATURAL SHANTUNG -65c- Fine quality, worth 90c; very even weave, 34 incheB wide, soft and free. from dressing. Starvation Made it Impossible for Capt. Scott to Withstand Blizzard iContinued trom front paget The History of the Ill-Fated Expedition New York, Feb. It.--The history of the British Antarctic expedition up to today has been told in two messages sent back by Captain Robert N. Scott. One of these came io the in the about minus 20 degrees, and the wind pretty' constant, However, we' are excellently equipped for such conditions and the winds improve the surface. So far all arrangements have worked out most satisfactory. It is more than probable that no further news will be received from us this year, as early spring of .1911, and one � .uv - - following spring. Both.were brought our return must necessarily be late." by the Terra Nova. The last word As the southern,party continued its was delivered bv Lieut. Evans ou progress toward the Polo it split up April 1, 1913.''Scott said: ' returned north to await "I am remaining in the Antarctic  rtfi}^;re|ult. of' the. final dash >and to another winter in order to continue ---:~*~-'-� *�"��' �r�sRnd mv work." . J. .,o>.rf A WUcnn font: I. J3, (}. lend: ^assistance. Those who pressed on'with Capt. Scott, were Dr. Ed-, ii  . ..,.,,>� thP pxnedi- ward A. Wilson, Capt. L. tion fronTjunc t S ^ Lieut. Bowers and Petty Of- This wihfyy Making This Cough Syrup at Home. London, up to Jan. 3, 1012, by theso reports. The expedition, with Lieut. Dr. Evans, second in command, left London June 1, 1910. It was the start of what was considered the best equipped expedition that ever sailed on a polar search. The day previous to the departure, the whaler Terra Nova left the Thames upon the first leg of her long journey to New Zealand. , The Terra Nova sailed southward upon the actual voyage of discovery, leaving Port Chalmers, near Christ Church, New Zealand, on Nov. 29, 1910, Capt. Scott joined the party there. The Terra Nova met with exceedingly bad weather and encouiir tered so much ice during "~ fleer Evans Day and Hooper left the party on Nov. A, and arrived safely at Cape Evans on January 21. Atkinson, Wright, Garrard .and Keeohane left the party at Upper Glacier Depot on Dec. 21, and reached Cape Evans on .Jan. 28, Lieut. Evans, Lashley and Crean leaving the party on Nov. a. Another Party Marooned In addition, to Captain Scott's This recipe makes 16 ounces of better cough syrup than you could buy rendy mads for $2.60. A low doses,ueually conquer the roost obstinate cough-ptops even whooping cough quickly; Simple as It Is, no better remedy can bo had at any price. '��,!�' Mix two cups of granulated sugar wltli one cup of warm water, and. stir for 2 minutes. Put 2% ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a'16-ounce bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and loots a family a long time. Taltq a tcaspoonful every one, two or three hours. You can feel this take hold of a cough, -In a way that moans  business. Has a good tonic effeot, braces up the appetite, and is slightly laxative, too, which is PRINCESS RAD2IWILL OF ROME helpful. A handy remedy for hoarseness, -Who has been censured by the CTOur>, bronchitis, asthma, and all throat newspapers of that city for riding "ll1""?etr�u^es- u , JJli, i^^, i-i , ,u_Xia* j,,,.,.. ur, Tne effect of pine on the membranes s into a ball room in a chaHot drawn by Well 1{noWn> pfnex , j the most va,uab,e a lion and a leopard, thereby incurr- concentrated compoilnd of Norwegian ing great danger and using the anl- tvhlte pine extract* and Is rich in gdalacol mala cruelly. The Princess Radzlwlll all the natural heallnaTplne elements, is an American, formerly Miss Doro- �'her Preparations will riot work In this thy Deacon of New York. Miss Dea-,' JtYl%,,, ' a � , L/?-con was married In London last June to Prince Antoihe Albert Radz!wil(. Pontmg, he never raced, never headed a. mere dash to the pole ; but to. PuWorward scientjfic ^on.ajj byfethe Terra Nova when she return- if lie had not had the misfortune to United States and'.Canada.. It has often ieen Imitated, though never successfully. A guaranty of absolute! satisfaction, or iioney promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Plnex. or will fot It for yoo. If not, send to the Plnex 2o., Toronto, Ont, � ed pn April 1, 1912. Very little was learned of the movements of this party, but Lieut. Pennell said that it 'was equipped for spending a winter in the Antarctic and he had no tlie first -tears llor its: safety. The Terra Nova part of her journey to the south that 'intentied to pick this party up, - but she was. at one time over three weeks found that ice made it impossible to making 380 miles through pack ice; reach it. There were six men in the By the first-of January, however,sho party, namely, Campbell, Levicki, had reached open water in Rossi Sea. Priestly, Abbott, Browning and Dick-The Admiralty mountains, in! Vie- inson. ', . . toria'Land, were sighted on January;.The western geological party, con- gedy as overpowering and as h?6virig '"'"''�isTsting of Debenhara, Wright, and iu dignity and heroism of'its victims-'Evans, in charge of Griffiths and Tay- as Franklin's end in the 'Arctic inofb 'lor,.- landed at Butter Point, below than 60 years �|b. Victory swallow-' lose nine out of nineteen of his ponies he might very probably have arrived first and what is of much more importance, might not have found it necessary to send that memorable despatch when the Terra Nova first came to fetch him away i K'�b;' I am' staying in the Antarctic another year in order to continue and complete niy work.' " ' � ' Death Swallowed Victim The Daily Mail' soys : "If i'sVtra- ' ,J6v Early Spring Vests 25c Regular 35c. Values Good weight cotton vests, half sleeves and sleeveless, as well as the heivier weight garments, with buttoned front and. long sleeves, - special values this week. Genuine Scotch Ginghams -Very Attractive Showing The prettiest and cleanest collection of designs we have ever had to show in stripes, checks and plaids, all of excellent quality, soft and free from' dressing and colors guaranteed absolutely fast dye. 12 Cts. after a run in a southerly the vessel, reached Cape Crosier. A heavy sweil:%evented landing; �ud so �� cd tlpin 'death/Scott and his' c6m- the vessel pushed on and forced Jmz Farrdr^ G^,. Jan J"1- ^ paniohs tried for the'honor and greatness 6f their country, truly as' any OlvjE, OF. THE BEST RENDITIONS EVER HEARD IN SOUTH COUNTRY way through pack ice, reached Murdo made a depot Sound and winter quarters were es- and then started on a long scientific tablished at Cape Evans, fourteen expedition. This party finally, return-miles north of Discovery Station,, ed to .headquarters, and the party used by the flrsi Scott " ekpqoitoonV;j'W'a8f.brbken"' up, Evans being assigned and eight miles south of Cape Royds. by Scott to the southern party for The main depot-laying party ..left the final trip south. Cape Evans on January 25,: 1911,. Greatest Loss Since Franklin (shortly after the sea ice brok'e. It London, Feb. 11. --The London ! consisted of''twelve men, eight ponies Times says " and two dog teams. It took them  "xr'"""- ��: seaman or soldier who falls in hat- ;'6n Sunday'eveiijng,last the famous Cardston Choir gave a, sacred concert in the Assembly- hall, Cardston. The hall was filled to its capacity by an appreciative audience. The pro- FIVE HOI Fi BILL Members Oppose Allowing *; Navigation Company to Cut a Big Juicy Lemon proposal introduced at trmei, acri-mouious discussion of- the whole question of capitalization of the company both public and industrial. R. B. Bennett supported the bill which lu said was being opposed because Sir Rodolphe Forget is a Conservative. W. F. MacLean was the only Conservative who spoke in opposition. .The Conservative speakers justified the bill on the ground that Liberals had done similar things. MACLEOD the horrors, terror, and irresistible vehemence of an Antarctic blizzard if we recall the description which wc gave on Nov. 19. last,; from the pen of Dr. Simpson, who for a time was lent by the Indian government to be TELEGRAPH INQUIRY BEFORE" DOMINION RAILWAY BOARD OF TECHNICAL CHARACTER Ottawa, Feb. 10.-Before the Dominion Railway commission today the adjourned telegraph rates inquiry until the last- of'the month to establish a base camp at the harrier, seven miles southeast of their base. Captain Scott, in command of this party, proceeded southward on Feb. 8, marching by night and resting by day. � �.,. The party reached 79i degrees on the sixteenth" and'.-. then Capt. Scott decided^ on account of ithe weather and the animals,-, to ma'se a depot. On Feb. 24, Capt. Scott, with--men' on ski's and a single pony, started to i take supplies to a depot called Cor-I ner Camp. On the outward journey they passed the ponies going, well. , The. return to the base camp was dei layed by a blizzard, and when the explorer got badk there he found the' . violence^ was attained by the blizzard animals had suffered basely because o� which was fatal to Scott, but it may the storm. This determined Capt. be assumed jt was as bad as this or Scott to retire to Hut Point without delay. ' Captain Scott returned tp Cape Evans on April 30. There were further adventures to' Cape Royds and Hut Point. The actual start for the An Empire's Sympathy . I The Daily Chronicle says :' .'.'Today the deepest sympathy of England and the world goes to Mrs. Scott, In ithe. Never since the loss of Franklin hcart-hreaki'na; bereavement.which;has has such a'disaster befallen a British fa,Ie" upon her. It will bo -some-, polar expedition. j thing to-her to know: that the, ;sym- , "It is possible for us-, in this tern- Pathetic thought of, an empire is with perate- clime to realize something of tie, and by her they will ever be la- gmuii consisted * -of" authems, instrumented, and their' memory cherished n-entai selections, solos;- glees', quar-as a sacred inheritance!'^ | tettes,- etc;, under the, direction- ol Jas. F. Layne, :who is to. be. Prof. congratulated upon the skilful.. way in which he handled the large chorus and orchestra. At no time previous has the choir been in such splendid shape as.they are at present, in fact, so delighted was the audience that a committcewas appointed1 to wait o" Manager Neilson to endeavor* to get the choir to repeat the concert on. Saturday, Feb. 15th, in the magnifi- her in her dark hour of sorrow. lUna-trial and that England says;. ,,'Well, aone' of a life well spent iu England's_________ service, and saying that the best that " nt tabernacle of the Mormon church can bQ'saiu-is said."j.; , �,  toJx-haired;boy, aged three. Opening Hymn, ''Praise yc the tells ot a gale which %lew su.^ days . ar when 3h, leit ior h ^ hks). at 'oversale strength' more than 38 jjcw gealand on January i. Prayer miles an hour rising at & Reient uj ^ Zealand at the j- AntaeD1> ''Let. the Mountain, shout times to 52, 66 and once 80- miles an ^ month, ran 0Il her laSl . , (&eph wro.. . added-v' "I hope you don't miss.,T^Breas^N by Mrs." Ida Brown, TVe shall never know what degree ot ,,� ,,,,v, ric, T ,ir, "  ii:/ Peter as much as I do Peter, who had already begun to Cur(j Miss Etta Dowdle,:Messrs. Layne and � worse, and the grim word,- 'want' - .,,.- ., ..... . . ,,,-��-o. -- used by Commander Evans, implies fraPh ol his -father who, of course Alta Thompson.'1 . - ;- , .,: he does not remember seeine in per-; ,,,, Vers having finished their work, san- port.ant witnesses connected with the ed the dog sled partj' caught up tenccd the "shooter to two years in telegraph companies. Mr.'Pitblado to- with Capt. Scott s party, and the penitentiary at Edmonton with day largely confined his examination does not remember seeing in per-; Contralto' Sol0V; :"The Heavenly ".^t'^i^ f \S WWtf: Anthem, -"The? in'ouhtain -of, the tlf r , !f ? "g ^S^iatU" Lordl-house''v;(Stephcns). - , cS fh l!^i w"Jth'n ii JZu?dl" Short talk on the life of Prof. Ev-cate the progress of the.expeditioni.., an; ^ ^ the composer of' the Ho also had a map of his own and ,,.,, . v , ,,. ... , , . music rendered,.'bv Jos. Y,  Card, his mother would show hirri. "where ' � � � daddy is",.&nd teach him the names' ife^i-e�OtteW(;:-.Febv.-:10-.-It-took'the mem- . fifcpljerswot -the;Commons five hours .to- hard labor. He left for the north on to the question of the cost- of plant .day to get^the bill increasing the Friday, accompanied by Detective equipment, etc., and the main wit-Ifecapltal:stock" of the Richelieu and On- Piper, of the R.N.W.M.P. ness'called was Mr. W.> J. Camp, as- C^'Haxio.,company from ten to fifteen Members of the R.N.W.M.P. have sistant manager of the C.P.R. Tele-i^^ityioircdrilars;' � -Uirough.;'-.the.-.'-eommit- heen watching the movements of sotca graph company, who was asked to ex-iee'stage. The feat was finally per- boys whe *iye in the hills, near Bea- plain certain anomalies which appear-'}', fptrmed. shortly before ten p.m., aud v-er Creek, and have heen successful ed to exist in the estimates given by i;4'� thcliiillnow^stands for a third read- in having two locked up for inter- him at the former sessions. |fering with other people's cattle and .. ----:-- consideration medling with the brands. i ACTIVITIES AT PORT MANN ' Western College hockey boys played port Mann> B.C., Feb. 10.-Consid-er-the Macleod school team Friday al-? abie activity is about Wcoramence in ternoon. Good playing on both sides; PoPt Mann. Mr. John-Montgomery, was seen,,and at the close the Mac-': of ,Toronto> has arrived aha taken ??0.d:'^i:vere'one ahead. The crowd of the const-ruction of the enjoyed the. game as much as the j round bou8e> toundry ^d� locomotlvet pl*ye^v - v. , , , , , , | repair shops: T-he latter, will' be 150 . >lB tlle - �tame of ,BanlJ�ts Bankf58 feet by 600 feet in dimensions, there were very few to witness the draw. The journeyed in company; They . ... � "the abandoned motor sled and when the almost simultaneous ar^ motor party waitin? rival of the Danish vessel Terra Nova mg. , Theathird.-stage  of .Tyill; be marked by a division on a�n amendment by \V. F. MacLean, calling for the sale of the new stock issued by public auction. -.(-Apart from MacLcon,-the chief opponents of the bill as it stood- were F. B. Cai-vell, Hon. Frank Oliver and J. D. Turiff. They objected more particularly, to clause two, which au-�thorizes the company to use the moneyfor any purpose 'it wished. The in those southern waters. As long since pointed out in these columns by one of Scott's companions, Herbert NEW BRUNSWICK SENATOR This weather promotes Coughs . Those whojjave trouble in shaking off a cough should ' iiote that Mathieu's Syrup of �.. Tar and Cod Liver Oil not ii ' only soothes the irritation of ' run of Tar'and Cod Uv�r Oil !]I."MATniEU CO^T*9P~. 'hir.imr mi if JntrUh W; JfoMteCt PjiStHlmlSHTvii ntJmtrafliiMbt THREE game, which .resulted in a ice was good and the playing good- for bankers. School boys from the Industrial school at Okotoks, met the tcami from St. Paul's Mission in the rink at' Macleod, Tuesday afternoon, 'both teams-were :-able to show the crowd � who witnessed the match, that they j were being trained'to be sports, in | the manly fashion they handled them-{ stepa selves, their sticks and their opponents. The northern visitors were vic-j torious to the extent of one goal. i Very little interest is being taken by the ratepayers, as to the town, police; It appears to be just a little fun among .themselves. Another (lurry of snow to-keep the sleighing in good order. The finals of the local curlers Saturday, night brought out some surprises, as the unexpected happened in | every rink. j W. M. Campbell,. Crown Attorney,1 is- the, busiest man.these days, in his line.' ITe has been, obli?,ed to #dd to his office staff. Teamsters1 are now busy hauling Bia-teiijil^foj, ^ljerbrldge over. Williams ,'^ikt'^'the C Oricr"crossing. The 'Wesent frrJri Or write- H. E'. LIDMANt Gen'l Agent., 446' Main 'St'reet^WIn til peg, W�r>-" they found the at latitude 80i- they leirned the mot ors had been left behind because of the over-heatihg cf the air-cooled engines. Time did not permit the defects being taken in hand. Snow cairns, were built at intervals of four miles to guide the party on their return journey, and at each degree of latitude ,to the barrier, a-week's provisions were left. At 81.15, the motor party turned" back, and the party pushed on, toward the south. Then it became necessary to sacrifice some of the ponies as food for the dogs. Snow storms were (refluent and the land obscured most of the time. In spite of delays 83.24,. 12 miles from Mount Hope, was reached Dec. "4. By Decembpr 21, ('apt. Scott had reached 85.18 south longitude 163 degrees east, ariti a height of 6,800 feet, four miles south, 30 miles west of Mount Darwin. 150 Miles From Pole Capt. Scott on January 3, when he was 150 miles from his goal,.- wrote of his plans in a message he sent back. He said : "I am going forward with a party of five men, sending three back under Lieut. Evans with this note.'- The names and descriptions of the (�advance Party are ^Captain Scott, R.! -j-ne Hon. James Domville of Roth N.; Dr. Wilson, Chief of the Scienti- eaay.; Mr. Domville has, but recently fie Staff; Captain Oates, Inniskilling. been appointed to his position. Dragoons, in charge of Hhe ponies and �. �_ mules; Lieut. Bowers, Royal Indian. ! 1 T-! ~~i Marines Commissiariat Officer ;. Petty of the places; ' : The bright,- cheerful, little fellow ; is now staying with Capt. Scott's aged mother. The.' news of Scott's death only reached his relatives through cablegrams to newspapers. Lady Eliza MacArtney, ths explorer's sister, was the first to learn of his fate and broke the news to his tnoth- : Male Duet, "Come where the ^rosebuds sleep'', Messrs. Layne and Cure. ,� Soprano Solo,, "The Choir Boy", Miss Rose .Archibald. Anthem, "The; Song of the^ Redeemed", (Stephens)., '. :.' A. T. Henson ofllciated at the organ, and Mr. W. S.' Berryessa. and Mr. Lawrence.Brown were the Instrumental .soloists. - We have it. on good authbrity' that or gently by telegraph. She'bore np* overtures are beinij 'made to the choir Officer Evans, -R. N., in charge�,-of i sledges and' equipment. , rvv - "The advance party goes.-ffa^ward with a month's provisions, and the .prospects of success seem good-; , pro-, viding the weather holds and-no hhr foreseen obstacles arise. It has been very difficult to choose �the advance party as much'^disappointed-.-,^'very-one has worked his hardest. The;wea~ ther on the; plateau has been go.qdijpn the |who1e,r,Tlje''78uiLyhas ''ue^^ie^h cd us, the temperaitiires arci low n'oiv, Table Silver Grace, beauty and quality^ aro 'all combined in silver articles marked This brand, known as "SiltnrTlattthat Wean" is made in the heaviest (gradeof plate. There are many designs from;" which to ..choose.^ ^Solil.'by XeadlQ0 'Deai^jrn,: very bravely, her grief being some what tempered' by the fact that he v died in an effort rto advance the world's knowledge.! ,.' San Francisco, .-Feb. 11. - Mrs.. Scott, widow'of the .'Antarctic ,. ex-v. plorer, had.a good time in San Fran- � Cisco, while she was waiting for tbo ! steamer Anrongi. to sail for New Zealand. ,Shc received many invitations to social functions and she was bade good-bye by. Mayor Rolph. Just before the steamer sailed, she said : "Captain Scott,, it is figured, will not reach civilization for at least two months, consequently I expect to j reach .the antipodes in ample time to greet'him and hear his story of his trip in. the South Pole regions. Our meeting will probably take place at one of the south New Zealand ports. Of course, you will know as '-much about my husband'sdoings during) opt^" his absence in the south as I do, but I am confident that while Capt.: Amundsen beat his "expedition to the Pole, it v/as no fault of Captv ScdttV Naturally, my sympathy is with' my husband, and as liis'v wife I understood better than any one else1 'how great must have'been his disappointment when- he learned^, of Captain Amundsen's, success; But my hus>and is a good sailor^ and-no'one will-be to furnish, musical selections 5$: the coming Calgary' fair. In such . an event' Prof. Layne. will be" able"' to-demonstrate to the people ot Calgary- that Southern Alberta" stands first and foremojit in the musical life of the province." INDICTMENTS IN NEW YORK GRAFT CASES New York, Feb. 10.-Police-Captain Thomas Walsh, 'Whose recent -sickbed confession Involved - himself and Inspector Dennis � Sweeney, in organized grafting, faced toclaj* the, ordeal of repeating his story before the extraordinary Grand Jury. The Imperial and Iroquois Hotels of Gait are for sale, owing to local A Simple Treatment that Will MakeUalrGrow Bom uitim&ak; Every - up-bhdate woman.,should have radiant hair. < There are: thousands.-'. of "^vsornou with harsh, faded, characterless! hair, ruirker t'h VoiieratiiUtB. Canl' AThund-iwno do uot trrl� improve It. ,