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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 22,1913 THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD ROY KELLY IS GATHERING INTERESTING INFORMATION GKANDMOTIIER USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HER FADED OR GRAY HAIR MIXED WITH SULPHUR IT MAKES HAfRSOPT, BEAUTIFUL-CURES DANDRUFF cents. Some druggists make their own, which i3 usually-too sticky, so insist upon getting Wyeth's which can be depended upon to" restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is � The use of Sage and Sulphur for _____ ____ ______^ restoring faded, gray hair to its na- spiendld "foV dandrUff, dry, feverish, tural color dates back to grandraoth- itchy scalp and falling hair, ar's time. She kept her hair beauti- a well-known down town druggist fully darkenthat the Amendments asked for wiere of th& )iffht character, and promised consld->rablon. GROWOWEIg^^ ONLY INTERFERENCE OF POLICE PREVENTED BODILY; HARM BEING DONE HER The. Hamilton Canadian Club has labled condolences to the widow of !aptaln Scott, R.N. London, Feb. 22.-^Mrs. Bmmellne Pankhurst, the militant suffragette, who has declared that she was responsible for ,the explosion -nfhich recent y wrecked the house in'Surrey of Dayid Uoyd Gecrgs, ChancelloT of the Exchequer, met with a reception at the meeting held tonight in the Cheleea. Towii Hall, under the auspices of the Woman's Social and Political Union. When Mrs.-Paiikhurst appeared on the platform .she .;. .; ^� �j .j. ^ 1' AUSTRALIA'S ADMIRAL Ottawa, Feb. 21.-In the supreme court today in the matter of the rel-orence by the gorernor-general in council respecting the Alberta .railway decision ot 1912 which has occupied the attention of the court since Monday, tlie arguments of counsel were concluded and judgment reserved. The case o� Cross vs. Cairstairs was then called, heiitg ah appeal from the decision of the supreme court of Alberta affirming the decision of the trial judge on' preliminary objections ,Jiled against the petition of the present jrespondent against the return, of,the appellant as a member for Edmonton in the local legislature of Alberta. Ewart, K, C.,|' asked to 'quash the application on the ' ground that the trial of, provincial controverted elections was an authority residing absolutely in the legislature of Alberta by which certain powers only were delegated to the courts for inquiry and report to the legislature ; that the supreme court conferred no power on the supreme court of Canada to hear appea's in such cases, and that the local statute provided was final.within the, proviuces. Secondly, that tlie cohtroyersy did not concern a cause, mattsr or proceeding, whether at law or in e.^uity, which could fall within the statutory jurisdiction of the supreme court' pt Canada, and thirdly, that as the decision was on preliiriiiiary objections, whereby those preliminary objections were dismissed, it was in its nature a>n interlocutory decision which did not put an end to the proceedines on the election petition and consequently it is believed to bo a final argument witliin the meaning of the supreme court action. After reading in conference for sonje time the court dnlivered judgment quashing the appeal with costs as of a motion to quash; ENGINE CO. INCORRO'r'aTED' Ottawa, Feb. 21.-Incorporation has , been grsvnted to the Canadian Rotary ' Engine Co., Ltd., of Winnipeg, with a capital stock of 1100,000; The provisional direotorsare .Jno. McKechnle, Wm. Brydon, J^s.F. Stuart, Jas. Miller, H. I, Gall, and M. P. Purkls. ; Anthony Mutter, 'who was found with his fee;t badly frozen In his home ,on Brie avenue, Hamilton; where ho lived,alcnoj is dead,, aged 77.' He was a "Jierb" doctor. London, Feb. 22.-The Commonwealth government, which has been working in entire agreenaent with the British Admiralty in the selection of an admiral for the Australian fleat, has accepted the Admiralty's nominee. The rear-admiral nominated la Desablij, who Is one of the most promising of the Bvitish officers. 't* J'.C* ** * C* !* C* C* *? Kates on the river lino between Saimia and Detroit will be advanced this season. By Appointment Tt H.M. THE KiNQ "REAL SCOTCH" j s JAMES BUCHANAN & �0. ^corcif wmKY distillers p. 0. ROBLIN, TORONTO Soto Canadian Aeent ^ Ottawa, Feb. 21.-The excitement which attended the decision of the Miller case and the cninmittnient of the recalcitrant to prison on Thursday was entirely lackinp; in the house today where the order of business was the resumption of the debate on the naval bill and J. G-. Turin's amendment thereto. A couple of good .speeches were made, however, the one of the Government side delivered by Hon. T. W. Crothcrs, minister of labor, while A. IC. ISIcLean, the junior member for Halifax, ably upheld the Liberal side of the house, in an effort of over three hours' duration. Mr. Crothers marshalled all the leading argummnls in favor of Vne government proposals and made special reference to the attitude of the laboring classes to war. Mr. McLean expressed the opinion that if a contribution is made it should- be made in money and not ships. If ships were decided on, however, there should not be a string attached to them. The Liberal stated that they propose to continue to iight the government plan, but have agreed to have advice on the Turift amTOdment some time next wcelc. They say that other amendments mil follow on the second readin- or in committee. During question time, Mr. W. A. Buchanan asked when the report on ranching in the west would be ready. Hon. I)r. Roche said it was being printed. Mr. Knowles was considering the advisability of taking up as a government measure another amendment to the land act. ' I-Ion. Dr. Roche's bill to am?nd the volunteer boundary act will be taken up on Monday. 'Mr. Crothers 'Speaks The naval debate was continued by Hon. 1*. ,W. Crothers, the minister o! labor, who replied to the arguments tliat had been presented by the opposition during the course of the do-bate. He said the burden of the op-' position was baiscd on three false assumptions : First, that the present bill contained the whole naval policy ; second, that the provisions had not been approved by tlie Cana:dian'people; arid' third, that the Laufier naval policy had not bean rejected by the people. Mr. Crothers said that at the coloti-ial conference of 1302 Sir WiUr d Laurier promised' consideration of the question of naval defence. But from then until the next conference ifl 190y. he did nothing. The election ot 1808 mtight be taken as endorsing this do-nothing policy ? But, in 1910, without consulting the people upon it, came the Laurier naval defence act. During the present debate Liberal members had contended that the naval issue was, not in the 1911 election. Evidently Sir Wilfrid tliought it was, for he had this session told the house that the reason their contracts were witliheld was because the governn-.'ent did not wtant this dealt with for fear there might be a cbang;e of governnjent and of policy^ He plainly viewed the policies as being before tlie people. Man From Halifax Mr, A. K. McLean, of Halifaix, who replied, said that the admiralty memorandum on which the policy of the government is based, does not really reflect the ofTicial opinion in Great Britain. It has been secured under duress.;. Generally speaking, - the people of Great Britain did not reiuirs ,tho money it was proposed to give. After an hour for private bills in -the evening Mr. McLean continued to speak'.and did'not conclude uij til after 11 o'clock, 'He said he believed a good sized fleet could be manned in Canada aisi"speedily as requitad._ Men. who say this cannot be done are the "tin pot" patriots who discouraged the Canadian riavy. The largestifiahtr ing ships require 10,000.; T'wo ships could Tier placed on the Atlaiitip ani manned in the course of � a couple o� years. But the government hatest the issue. It they were re-elected ithoy would be willing to accept' the verdict. Mr. Pelletier asked / Mr. McLean' why he -:siiouid not resign hiraselj.. Mr. McLean said there was no ~roa-= son why he should resign as 'he was � not a m.inistcr,^"but if I am to resign, let us all resign and run 'on the issue," .he said amid Conservative laughter. St. CathaTlnes.angl&rs wJU petltlori" Ottawp, to 'have fishermen's nets' kept quarter of a, piUe from'shore. FOR SALE Farm of 1920 acres near Cranbrook, B. C. six miles from Railway station; 300 acres natural lia_y meadow, l)alance can be irrigated and converted intc first class agricultural and frnit land. An ideal location for a stock farm on the line of the new government automobile highway, now under construction. For price and terms write The Lund Land and Development Company, Limited wardner BRITISH COLUMBIA ASQUITi AFTER OE OOK ANTARTIC HEROES' FAMILIES WILL BE PROVIDED FOR ON GENEROUS SCALE London, Feb. 21.-The Lord Mayor of London announced today that Pre-niier Asqiiith had Informed hl'm" that the government Would propose to Parliament that funds in the national treasury be appropriated .for the dependents of the late 'Captain Scott and his four companions who died in th The TRUSTS aii4 GUARANTEE , Compi^ny, Limied s * ] Public Administrator and Official Assignee f6r the Judicial District,iu'', LETHBRIDGE, . MACLEOp," ' CALGARY, WEJ/^SKOT .280 Eighth AvenUe Wps^t,.-Calgapy, H. A. HoWa'rd^i^anf '^^^^'"^ ;