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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta IT TANOHISSE R AT GAPE Gave One Interview But Displayed Intense Antipathy to,Newspaper Men _IjOM(Ioh. in.-Tiwit- was great cxpitement at Caix^iown yesterd;i.v on the arrival of ihe Hnur Pi>rr hinooln. with tlif inisslnfi \-icaj-, Albert Kiiisht HFid ^lifs Grhii^s who are on tlieir 'way to AiistTiilia. Kiiight wore a straw liat and gray clothes oC quite mwlerical cut. At first li-e was extremely reiiictaul to speak, aud said he had already..= rAted in a wireless messape all hf had to say. He finally consented, lioweVer, to discuss ilic facts. He said that the $1300 at present deposited with ifhe Victoria state office ill Ix>iidoii represented his own savings. Hitherto he said, Mis-s Grimes aitd hiinseif had not regarded each other, as man and wife. Urged to give derails of his movements after his disappearance from the cliffs of J'laaiborough Head, Knight refused to doSo. He declared they were of no Intsrast to anyone but himself. He adinltted having �Iven a false nume, *ut Tras unavrfkre *hat this Vas any Wttlatlon of the law, and did not anticipate any difficulties on the suh-jeetln Australia. Ills futiir*, he eaid, was entirely imcertniu. Knight 'wiiuld allow no journalists other than the one to whom he had Bpoli'eu to' approach him or Miss Grinaes, angrily declaring that if th�y Rtteimpted � to' Intrude onhis private affairs he' would take forcible mfl�-Eures. Similarly, iliiss Grime* interceded photographers and Knight . thr^lened to throw their cameras overboard. He looked extremely pale a-nS'anxions. Miss Grimes appeared �well hut distinctly disturbed. Both left;for -the shore for a few hours" si^ht seeing in Capetown during the � Ship^s brief stay. Passejigers describe .jthem as the life and soul of the ship. Tlrey were li most affectionate couple � and'itravelled'"iis an ordltiary newly mtCi'^d pair. ... j L SIX B lEIFROM ORESTS What United States Will Sell From Its Western Reseives This Year wtteN TORONTO THOUGHT THE r WORLD WAS COMlt�JG TO AN END ' , Spoknne. Wa.^li., Feb. CJ.-Forrst ioliicials of Washiiigloii, liiaho and I ."Montana met in Spoliauc this week i and arranspd for llie .sale of six billion ieet oi| lumber, incstly white pine, from tlip iialionAl lorc-sIs in the touniry tributary to SpoVanc. .A. crew ol t�n men will start at once rhf task di estimating in the Clearwater forest of Idaho, in which a billion and a half feet of Uimber have been applied for. On account of the .stupendous proportions of the sale, the estimating cannot be completed before autumn. Another crew of estinrators will iio to the Pend Oreille forest, also in Idaho, before the middle of Marih. .\s rapidly as the work of surveying and plannlcg of operations can be coatUided the timber will be thrown open to bids. Two hundred million Ieet of lumber will be sold from the Kaniksu national forest April first, hut this is insignificant compared to some sales ithat will be made in the Clearwalev, Pcnd Oreille, Oowir d' Alene anil' Kootenai fdrests of Idaho, and the Flathead, Blackfeet iind Lolo forests in we.stern ^Montana; District Forester F. A. Silcox, of Missoula,'*Mont., who; presided over the sessi()2i, aniujunced that plans for Are prevention in the forests would be . prosecuted piore vigorausty than ever. A system of trails, to consist of main trails, joined by. connecting and spur trails, has been mapped out. Brush and undergrowth will be cleared out before su'nimer, and the telephone systems now In use in the forests wiil be improved and eKtended. I-ast lear was the most sMccessful in the historv of lorest hre prevention etiorts m the Spokane country. A ntinrtier of co-o})erafcive tmvber pro-i t-ective associations have completed I their figures Cor the year, their re-i ports showing that the e.tpense of j protection was negligible, aside irtmi :tftat  of niaintainms organization. Tlip foresters sav this v.-mter ha.s been I ideal hi that plentv of moisture has been stored against the comins of the danger season. mM BIS EPIS THE GALL WILL GO TO CALGARY AS AS n . SI.STANT-'TO 'REV;- MR. ^ ,1 MAriSHALL ' Good spepple on their way home . fj-opi'dH's^roh'aljoiit nine, o'clock on Sun-,day. fiighV FcBruar^ 9, saw a meteoric ' showir ali^t across the city In a southeasterly direcMon. There was conslderiable'excitiiment about town. LoiaT'astronomers said it was a very ordinary ^display.,/The artist shows the stars flying over Toronto's city hall .tpwer. - ' The Quickest, Simplest Cough Cure Easily and Clieaply >Iade at IIoiiic. Saves You 92. . This'recipe makes IC ouncps of cough j i',i':Eymp^noiigU last a Ions:' r.ttme.,. You coulUn'i Uuy as nmcli or as [ (."Hood COU5I1 syrup for $2.50. j '.�iifj'.Slmpta as it is, it gives almost instant j V-relicf and usuuity stops the, most oljsl!. ' ;-:,v.nate cpugh; in 24 hours. This Ig partir j Kilu^, tc'the fact that it is slightly lu.xaUve. I ii>tlt!mu]ates:>thc appetite and has an exoel. S^^S^iS?^?:^*'-*''^- oae, took the actlug mayor's overcoat and w'lien overtaken by the cliifif THE TPTTTT^TtTPrrE^DATLY TTERALP 1 hursday. rebniary 20, 1013 Corifiulat^ 7' '>''"lv''^..... .......' �........' "'�� unitnt -es,iats ,fiom this reel ho" Unt 1 n-> i\t rtoipie .'ftlplan.lMis been Jpiv r,i8i)cci>8!!fullj"-,' f"-': lute^jaitlsfttclion, or tlim^'i snfji v/lth thin ^ISt'ilffts.l^ltiP'f) or "Will iii\iSeha' to The -Plnex of poH'-f apol0fir/.(Ml, and both reported having luused bilis-:, but did not say what kind. Rev. \V, A. Lewis, former pastor of the -Methodist church here, is visiting old Irieuds. He is now in charge of the Mission chirn.hes iii lOdmonton. .hirige Crawford l.s holding court in Edmonton. Northern Allierta has so much  couri; business that their own judges are unable to atund to iill. K. F. Brown is atlondmg the Al-�Jjertft- intetlns of tho 1. O. O. F. at Calgary. A number of members of the losal lodgfe are attendluf; as de-legato..-., '' � '.Rfv 10. S Bishop reported to the board on "Suudjy that he had accept-eil^ia call-to C&ntral church, Calgary, thus Teatlng.a vacancy in the church atAlaclfipd. �. -^�.^. V--^">''- FRY'S GoGoa^AGrackwiiS^iiiulant Not only is FRY'S a rich and delicious food beverage,.but it tiossesgesitb the full that mysterious, elusive but very desirable "spirit of .cocQ-a" -which-scientists call theobromme,"_a quickener of the brajn.; atid nervoiisIforce^withVho-u^^ after-effects. Exquisite in aroma, ^of sure purity,' easy of 'digestion-"FRY'S IS the result of .nearly' two centuries' experience in '.higbli^k making. Remember '^tfaing Will Do But FBY^S''-^! P^felar iHjgji^aS^^ - - *�- Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY & SONS. Ltd.. Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg. Calgary. Vancouver; Victoria i t>r. Norman 'Wallace has declined -to bfcoiriftTyibeial candidate in North WelUngty,'  LSA CENTRE OE FARING WORE SOUTHERN CITY MAKING PLANS FOR ENTERTAINMENT OF* DRY-FARMING CONGRESS Tulsa, Okla., Feb. 1!0.-This city will be th� centre of the agricultural world during the year 1913. The. In-teriiatlonal Dry-Farming C'cngreas, which is today the most Important baik-io-the farm movement in existence, will Iiold its eighth annual session here in October, and delegates will be present and farm exhibits shown I'Tom not less than twenty nations of the world. The city is planning to royally en-teTtalii IO,(H)0 delegates and visitors during expoaitiou and congress week. Bonds have been voted for a $125,000 auditorium which will seat 8000 peo-lile, and v,-hic|i will remain a lusting . momi'mcnt :io the Congress ia 'rulsa. Arraflgements have been made for the erection of two exposition buildings, each eighty by eight hundred feet in sine, together with smaller buildings which will afford a total exposition spact- of 150,000 square feet. A monster kaflr corn palace.will probably, be erected by the state of Oklahoma as its main e.^chiblt building., Special buildings, to ba erected by the Canadian and fJiilted iStates goverumen-ts, are also planned for exposition pur-pos-es, and invitations � will issued to all states and to every civilized na^-tion of the world to particlpatei In the: big Congrft�:3 and to send .exhibits. At tlio seventh -CJongress in; [;lnter-^ national' board- of, -gov^rnorB of' the CongresR: Messrs, P,:W, Kftmonds, A. Sandcrton, C. Av�ry and VVm.' Sticker of Tulsa; H. Tl. Aadorson of Gotobo. 15. C. ,Johnson of; Bufrttlb'arid i. C. E.lliott of JPftuls Va\\^\ Okla. It has'.beeu deemed .wise to hold the Gongx�ss. open :duriug: ten full days and'to make'the exposition an cducationfll feature of it, with plenty ot time allowed for the studying of exhibits and the giving of lectures in connection with them. Tulsa Is situated in onndon, Feb. 19.-i^.\lost'of the Eii-: rot>ean 5tock lexchanges^ yesterday showed a; recovery from .'the . depres-Blon c)-eated by the unfortunate- ru^ port/issued by ReutG'r'B agency, .bh ;$u�day,'t regarding AtiBtrian-RusBlan 1 relations, / , (ilEI TING GKAY, USE SAGE TEA TO KEiSTORE NATURAL COEOR OX^ HAIR SAYS SAGE AND SULPHUR DAfiK-ENS HAIR BEAUTIFULLY AND ENDS DANDRUFF Hnlr that loses Its color and lustre,' or when it fades, turns: gray; dull and lifeless, ib caused by ia lack of sulphur, in the hair,__sa,ys h;-welMtnowii'-loca'i' pharmacist; ' Our gratidmpthenimade^ iipia mixture of .8ftge Tea-and'Sul: phur to keep her looks dark "and beautiful and even,rtoday; this.simple pro: paration.' has no; fequ'al, Million^, of, wobien and men toa, who value-"Ihat oven color, .that, beautiful >dark 'eha'de of hair .which -Is so attractive ma oiily Sage Tea.aad Sulphur, .Nowadays'we'are-.pot bothered with; the task, of gathering the sage leayes andv the. iiiussy? mixing'at; home;' Slpi-ply ask at any "for a 50 cent bottle of the rofldy to use pregai'r ation, .called "Wyqth's Sage and Sul-phur Hair .Remedy." Customers llKa i . thtS: best because it darkens �so" riat- ' urally; so evenly, that nobody cau -possibly tell it has been applied;" Besides, It contains- ingredients .which--take off dandruff, stop scalp Itching -and falling hair. No, it isn't'a* dye � or even -like: It. You just dampeh a , .sponge or 80ft brush with ."AVy;e(>h'8 ^ Sftgo ' and , Sulphur". and\,draw .It' ...through your, hair, 'Itaklug: "one-^sniaU iStrand at a time.-' By mornlhg>-tlie * ; graV'.halr disappears; grafter /another, application or tWo-it /restored' t6,\ , its natur;il color; ' v-'i;-;, , ; What , delights . : the 'luaiefi-'' wllfli;-Wyoth's- Sage aiid Siilphuv la- that be�' sides beautifully �,darltenl|)'glJthe.ihalr); 'they say:it'b"rlug8..back'vfclie gloss antjj;-lustre aiiid gives it an appearance of" .'abundance; .'AgcntSin J;.-,;D/s H botlinm & . Compauj?...........<............\ ;