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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 28, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page d Demand is the Proof of Excellence t The fact that BLUE EIBBON TEA is in continually increasing demand proves its satisfying qualities. , Last year's series wxereenoriiioivsy ^ : yet this year-they are quite 5Q%* vr- >. �greater; .....v.':>, . The host Tea-at the most . '..... economical price is \Ni]\ Erect gig/New Plant (C9ntiSV.e|i frow-Iroat page) VIn this Baro subdivision' will o 'chosen by the :company,' provided he City. Council . will make the ex- ensions asked.for........... The confirmation of the announcement made last summer is good news o the wholesalers of Lethbridge, for t establishes I^thoTldg* as the dis-rlbutlng point for Southern Alherta eyo'nd a. doubt. The International larve'ster Oo\ always weighs the ad-antagjesoffered by the several rail-ray centres in any district, and hoose the best. Lethbridge has been hosen. because it is the centre o� a ertile agricultural community, as well s taf its position as a distributing entre. .Heretofore, the company has tad small distributing agencies, at laclepd and Medicine Hat, but.these rill now be removed and all dlstribu-ion will be done from Lethbridge. The building will be of four storeys fith full basement, will be provided flth offices, and will be large en-ugh to accommodate 160 car loads of lachinery. It-will be built of'ibrick, aced with, stone, and the company opes to have it ready for occupation arjy next fall.,. At least twenty-five len will b.e employed in the ware-ouse. and offices, but this number * > * * ? ? * ? * ? THE LATE' ALD. MeCAMBLY At the meeting of-the .City Council held yesterday Afternoon, Mayor Hardle,. presiding, Alderman McNabb moved .'that "this being the first meeting of the council since the'demise of .our friend and ' colleague, ;;W. J.. McGamfoiy, tliat We.express out profoundest regret at the sad occurrence/ and the . great -loss atmtained by, the �Council. Further, ithat the -Mayor be requested to fprward to the bereaved wife and fiunltf our expressions of regret in the loss they have sustained." Alderman. Lovering seconded, and the motion was passed in silence, all standing! will increase as, �b.e country settles more thickly, and the demand for farm machinery Increases in consequence. - PRIVY COUNCIL London, Jan. 28.-The sittings of the Judicial committee of the Privy council resume Thursday.- The only Canadian case that will come up Is vs. the King, regarding the1 Quebec the cross appeal In the case of Cotton succession duty act. Judgments in Canadian cases are expected. jwnev�saws; if. fa matter * � Mr. G. P. Black, of Calgary, .who has been staying with Mrs. W. J. McCambly, returned home yesterday. WITH GREAT- J.UDGE' ' Toronto, Ontij Jan. 28.-To precede a little unbaptized soul into the presence of the Great Judge, amd there plead its case Raffaele Emilio tried to kill himself before the altar of our Lady of Mount Carmtsl. Such is the fantastic explanation given for the remarkable shooting affair on William* street yesterday. Today in the police court. he pleaded hard to bo allowed to attend the funeral of the child, but his plea was denied. . .'/It was his desire to save his baby's soul that- made him attempt to commit suicide," said Mr. Basso, the Italian interpreter today. A rela^ tive in Winnipeg "was chosen as godparent, and .while they were waiting for him-to come to the christening, the- little; one, took siek and died.; When .the. child took' sick Emilio went' out for the, priest so that it/oould not find- one in time. Seeing his child dying, in despetation he rushed to,the church, torkijl' himself before:.tl\e; alf tar, ./aridiiprecede � his: little: otie 'into the next world; ' * � LONDONDERRY POLL TAKES PLACE 30TH LADY ABERCORN HAS ARRIVED TO CANVAS FOR THE UN-1ST CANDIDATE" The family remedy for Couiha "Shlloh costi so little and does and Colds >io muchl* Londonderry, Jan. 28.--H. A.:Paken-ham, the Unionist candidate has received the following wirelesB message from the Irish Canadian loyalists aboard the Tunisian, "Send greetings to you and all your electors, wishing you and them every success for Imperial union. Regret inability to help in campaign. United we stand; divided we fail." Col. Pakenham has received mes? sages from Sir Edward Carson and the Duke of Abercorn, the former member; The Duchess of Abercorn, who is a remarkably vigorous canvasser, has now arrived in County Derry. Tihere are signs "of disorder, but extra police continue to arrive; The Catholic clergy have enjoined their congregations against street . demonstrations. Polling takes place Thursday next, January 30, and the resqlt will be known Friday, ' The history of the constituency, now being fought for in-DeTry, is'one of narrow majorities. Out of eight contested elections six of the majorities have been less than. 100? one being as low as 3. The following .is the result of. every contest since 1885: 1885 C.E.Lewis (C.) ............. 1824 Justin McCarthy (N.). ........ 1792 Con. majority ________ 32 ... ., 1886 ; - Sir C. E. Lewis (C.) ..........' 1781 Justin McCarthy (N.) ....----- .1778 Con* majority .......3 (On petition Sir C. El.. Lew.is was unseated and the seat -awarded to Justin McCarthy.) 1802 J. Ross (C-) ______..............,198G Justin McCarthy (N.) ......... 1960 , Con. majority.............. 26 ..... '1895 E. F. V. Knox (N.) .......... 2303 J. Ross (C.) '................. 1994 Nat majority............. 309 1899 Count Moore (N.)............ . 2343 E. T. Herdman (U.) ......... 23Q1 Nat. majority .............. 42 1900 Marquis of Hamilton (C.) ..... 2361 Count Moore (N.)............ 2294 Con. majority.............. 67 1910 (January) Marquis of Hamilton (C.) ..... 2435 J. R. Leslie (N.) ....... 2378 Con. majority............... 57 1910 (December) Marquis of Hamilton (C.) .... 2415 J. R. Leslie (N.)............. 2310 Con. majority.............. 105 CLOSE, TO CALGARY Calgary, Jan. 28.-At the ^present rate of progress in track laying the Beiseker line of the Grand Trunk Pac-flc should be in Calgary in about 30 days, according to J. H. Walker, the hotel man of Beiseker, who arrived in.. Calgary, last evening. � >  "The company has 130 men at,work'; laying steel said Mr,, Walker. "They are nowat Irrlcana,' about forty-five miles from Calgary, and  as � they are laying a mile ,and ..a :-nalf a day^.the' road, should reach Calgary in about a month, provided weather conditions are. favorable." �; NOBODY CAtf TELL IF YOU DARKEN GRAY, FADED HAIR WITH SAGE TEA. DRUGGIST SAYS WHEN MIXED , � WITH SULPHUR PREVENTS DANDRUFF ANp. FAULING HAIR Common garden sage 'brewed lntb a heavy tea with sulphur'and,salcohoJ added, then left 'to age. ahd-v carefully filtered, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair: beautifully darl^andf:�iuxi uriant; -remoyes everyibit; of - dandf utt' stops scalp"" itching and fajllag'h^ ; Ju^f a" few applJcaUbris'^iU'jRraYe' a .revWation, if yom..,hair", te'/rfadte gray ,or dry.J scragg.ly' th^^-^ii| ing,jtie.Sage .Tea and ^iphljyxrSVpe �ea^Jfjr -------""*-' Mf^-ass itorilb, 'bottle "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair-Remedy," thus avoiding a lot of muss. - -Some druggists make their own,'.hut � ',r it isnit nearly so nice 'as /'W^e^h-'s.^.v  ^.f" While wispy, /gray, faded,haik,4BJ'�:;r''V.'l canr tell, because it does it BO'%atulfal;*x n'S&S Jy; so'evenly; You.,juBtvMin']|Jen.,-a .'"^ sponge or soft brush H^SP^tfSk^� through" your hair,, ta^ifenf Mjf fM s'craiid at, a time,- " * X^�^^^fK^'^^ and hy m'drning jail,>s^if disappeared, Sfi^:jfQ&8A-> .fl&tural coJor(ia44mMsllM9?! 79 ;