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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tluuscilay March 20, IDIS THEJLETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD Page J You 't have you feel you can wait until a $100 or Visit our; VICTOR DEPT. -any Victrola you choose as the in-strutnent for your home will play every Victor record in the Victor catalog, and will give you almost as perfect music as the Victrola XVI, the' instrument by which the value of all musical instruments is measured. Call at any "His Master's Voice " dealer and he will gladly play any music you wish to hear. Send (oi � dee copy of out 300-page MuUcal Encyclopedia luting over 5000 Recotdi. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co, Limited MONTREAL MONTON'S BIG The Best Known Trade Hirk in the World, 157 Victor.yictrolaX$tOO Mekoguy � oak And let US play your favorite song or music by-tlie world's greatest artists on VICTOR Easy payments can be arranged & Risch Ltd. Pianos 17 Western Branches The Victrolas $20 and up Brjran Block 404 5th Street S. Phone 791 Victor-Victrola XVI, $250 Mahogany ot quartered Oak SHOW TRUCULENT AN OOVERING PE.LLETIER~,ROQERS CLOSURE. MOVE IN FOLDS NATIONS FLAG Ottawa) March 19.-The'toUowins authoritative sfcatonwnt of. tho � gov-, crnment was {tiTeir out this evening : "III the speech from tl�e throne on the'21st of November last, it was, announced that a bill lot aiding and strengthening " the effective .naval forces of the empire'would be intro- Accordingly; the naval aid hiJl' was introduced on the fifth of 3Jccember last immediately after the c'onolusjon of'the debate on the speech fromthe throne. The .necessary resolution to authorize the expendi-iture was pissed through committea on December .'10 and the motion to concur'in the  committee's, report came up on December 12. On the last mentioned date the leader of the opposition, Liberal, moved an amend-'nient-'thot the,' resolution be com D^it tee'With instructions: to attike out all,the cla,uses except this clause and substitute other claaises in lieu , of the-remaining clauses. The first clause of the resolution was therefore, oonwnon' to.. the jolioy proposed by-,;the government and to that proposed'by the opposition. TJiat clause . Is'-as follows : . � ''.From, andbut of tlie consolidated Tevfe'nue fund of .Canada there ^ may be' applied a sun} not exceeding $35,000,000 for the purpose of immediately inoreas ng the-naval forces of the eirfpire." "There can be no doubt that the opposition lias been engaged in a deliberate and determined attempt to obstruct the bill' and to prevent the passage of its provisions for effective aid, ta the common defence of the, empire. That attempt is evidenced . not only by the length of the discus- a^fowals of-the , opposition members, that obstruction would be peirsisted; in, that the majority of the house were helpless and that the minority were determined to prevent parliament from exercising its usual normal functions. "The political' rules of the house heing, antiquated and out ot date readily lend themselves to the tactics .which have been adopted by the opposition during the past two weeks. "UnXler .these condition^, if the opposition .should persist in its determination to prevent the house from reaching a vote, on this bill it will' be the clear course of the government to press for amendments to the rule, which, while securing reasonable and, necessary freedom'of debate^ will prevent persrfstent obstruction and will permi't to provide for the public necessities and to proceed with the business of. the country. , "Notice of such amendments permitting debate to bo brought to a conclusion after full bill discussion will be placed upon the order paper next week. It is not. the desire or intention of the government to press these amendments through the house at'present, it the opposition w'iU give any assurance or evidence of their willingness' to permit tlie vote upon the bill to be taken In a reasonable time. It, however, they persist in defiant obstruction, the rules must be so amended that the proceedings of the house will not be reduced to a faroo and that the work of parlia- meut and tlie business of the country can be carried  on and brought to a conclusion within a reasonable ; time and under reasonable-coSd'itions.!' ED PLOT 0 KILL HOERTA PALACE GUARDS WERE IMPLI GATED AND THERE HAS BEEN SEVERAL EXECUTIONS ElVE ASPHYXIATED BY L sion/but by thft,:'defiant and insulting daughter. Chicago, March 20.-A family ot five persons were found dead from illuminating gas in a cottage at, 2635 North Lawndale avenue today. Cir-cum.'itances indicated that au:acci-dent caused the tragedy, In the kitchen a runner hose w�s attached, to an open gas jet. The victims were Egbert Cornelson, 55 years old, a machinist, his v/ife'and two sous and a DON'T STAY GRAY! SAGE TEA WILL DARKEN YOUR HAIR BEAUTIFULLY A MIXTURE OF SAGE AND SUL- You "Just dampen a sponge or soft : PHUR PREyENTS DANDRUFF brush with "Wyeth's Sage' and Sul- AND FALLING HAIR phur" and: draw ft through your hair, -- ^! taking one small strand at a time. Do �Wh6n you .darken .your fiair with ^t night and by. morning aU gray Bage .Tea= and: Sulphur no one, oai;i tell },^ir disappears and after^ aiioflher, ap-ijeoaiiBe/It's done so naturaay;, so pUoatlon or � two 'beooines beautifully eveply.,,: It Is alsa splendid to remove darkened and more 'glossy, and lux-dandruff,, cure Itohing fioalp and atop. urlan't than ever. Vou .will also dis-f^lUng:'half.,. .... icover dandruff is gone and vhalp; has; �'Preparing-this-mixture, though, at stopped falling. V.' _ =. Jionie'lB ft' miiBsy >and troublesome Gray, faded hair, though'no'disgrace tftSKv'� Foj' about 50 cents a bottle you Is a sign of old age and .as we all de-ca'ii Buy at aiiydi'ug store the .ready- sire m youthful andi attraotlvfetappoar-tb uBer tonle called 'JWyeth's Sage ance, get busy, at once \Vlth, Wyeth's attd*Sulphiiii' Hair Re'medy;" Some Sage nnd Sulphur and 'youUL-look druggists put this .mixture up them- years younger. ' Inquiry sihoWs � all iaBlVes but make it; too sticky., so In- piharniaclats In towii' herevsell lots of Bi^tvybu'.-want ""V?y6th's" then there it, Agents; ./J,., D.' Higlnbotham-& ' will lae no djsappolntment. , ' Company. i ' 'L �'�'"^^?''� ' T- : � ...............,,...,,-,',.....:................, ,.^'.L . Mexico City, March 20.-Mexico City Is seething with exftltement at the discovery of an alleged plot by malcontents in the palace guard to assassinate President Huerta. ' 'T^ot far from the discovery ot this plot came the announcement that the city authorities of Monterey had agreed to surrender that city to Governor Car-ranza, leader of the independent party of the north, whose forces are now said to be marching south. , The two reports coming one day were sufficient to send a shudder throughout the city, and , as if. by magic, no one could be found who' would venture an opinion on either, fearing arrest if they .talked. The report that the palace guards' had combined to kill Huerta has already resulted In many arrests and three executions. Three raeanbecs of the guards who protested their innocence' were arrested, and taken to prison, where soon afterwards it was reported they had been shot "while trying to escape.'' The city is practically under martial law.' Soldiers patrol the streets; and cafes are being closed. Many members of the police, department are under suspicion, of being in league with ths Maderiata plotters and are kept under surveillance. , .. No one in authority will speak of the plot or of those qrrested. bub the; unusual activity shown by supporters of the government Is proof �nougUi to the people that Huorta Is taking the affair seriously. , All of those un-dor arrest are held In communication.; The amnesty measure was signed today by President Huerta and telegraphed to the governorg of all the; states for proclamation;' Despa;tches from Monterey indlcatei that the residents there fear an attack by Carranza. The arrest ot Major Zambrano and twenty-prominent fe*ldents. has caused considerable excitement at that place. � . WILSON'S TROUBLES HUNTINGTON WILSON RESIGNED TODAY-DIFFERED ON THE CHINESE POLICY TOP OE WHEEL. TRAVELS EASTER ANSWER TO RECENT QUERY-WILL ANY ONE DISPUTE ITS ACCURACY Editor Herald:-In answering Sub scrlber's problem, viz.: Does the top ot a wheel, revolving on a spindle and moving along on � the ground, move faster than the bottom ot the wheel, I would say yes It does. I assume the bottom ot wheel, to mean that-'point of periphery of wheel in contact with the ground. The point of contact Is always on . the ground and does not move at all. The centre of wheel moves uniformly In a Straight line as every one knows; but a fixed point in outer surface of the wheel describes a cycloid curve. This curve can be seen by revolving a hoop or wheel' on a room floor several times and holding a pencil at bottom point while making the revolutions You will then see when pencil comes to floor again that It doesn't move at all. The bottom of  wheel Is always at that place. Revolving the: wheel without being on a spindle does not affect the problem in the least. The spindle is only a means to an end. To find velocity of a point on the rim of wheel, divide twice the height of the point above the plane on which the wheel is traveling by the radius; then, multiply this quotent hy the velocity of the centx-e and extract FASCINATING HAIRforWOMEN ; Ic'easy to have. Natural. Colored, Luz> uriaot and Radiant. So many women hav� groy or faded hair; neglect it until it be> comes thin, dry and lifelesa, begina to fall out and makes- thorn appear, much older than they really are. -It. your hair iaio. this condition get a bottle of , to-day. Don't wait any lon|er---elart us* lag it NOW. You '11 be delighted; at' tb6 results from even one ortwo applications.. The grey hairs gradually. dissappear' and hair will become full oMife a your I and vi- Washington, March 20,-Huntington Wilson, assistant and acting secretary of state, has resigned that lolHce and insisted upon Immediate , acceptance of the resignation because of his: ra^ dical difference of 'opinion ; with the^ adn>'nistration rejs'ardlng its Chinese policies. President Wilson immediata-, ly accepted the resignation.  ' iality ;. soft, glossy and beautiful. _ Always aatfor HAYS HAIR HEALTH. It never fails-Results guaranteed after a' lair trial or your money ,back; �; .IjDtri? . Sign this adv. and lake it to ' CKtlC... any of the following drug-^ �tstt,. andget a.SOc size bottle of HAY'S HAIR HEALTH and 1 cake ot HAR^ FINA SOAP FREE; for 50c;.or $1 size bottle of HAY.'S HAIR HEALTH and 2 cakes of HARFINA SOAP FREE.forJL For Sale and Recommended' by tRed ; Cross Drufl and Book Co, Ltd., ' ' Acadia Block. the square root. The centre ot wheel moves only as fast a.s the wagon goes. When the point is at the bottom of wheel, its height from the plane is zero, Then by rule (2x0) divided by r x velocity equals 0, (ans.), no movement at point at bot-to mof the wheel. Yours, D. W. I. DR. WARNOCK'S PLEA FOR SMALL FARMER PRESENT SYSTEM OF MEAT INSPECTION PLAYSdNTO HANDS OF THE ABATTOIRS quarrelled with him because of his atheistic and socialistic ideas. One of his favorite expressions which caused several scraps In the pantry, was: 'To h-with King deorge!,' ; "Sohlnas could speak several languages fluently. His leisure nights were spent in the east side making friends with radical and fervid thinkers. He was never so happy as \vh�n seated in one of the coffee houses, among a number of his associates denouncing the king and government. � "He stated a number ot times that it was a shame that three million of, his enlightened countrymen, with the noble history she possessed should submit to be ruled by a King. He also .said that some, day he would return to his native country and convert the people to his ideas." Edmonton, March 19,-Indication! arc that there will be more entrlea than ever bclore at the Alberta Provincial Live Stock Association's .spring show and stock sale under the management of the Edmonton Exhibition as.sociation here, April 2 and i. The board of management is com-po.sed of representatives of the vati-ouK live stock associations. The sale of live stock will be conducted by S. W. Paisley of Lacombe. Entries may, be made from any part of the Dominion. Hon. Duncan Mar.'jhall, minister ot agriculture for Alberta, has appointed the following Judges in the various competitions ; Draft horses, M, R. McKinly, Napinka, Man., and Robert Graham, Toronto; light horses. Dr. .;, C. Rutherford, Calgary ; beef cattle, ,1. D. McGregor, Brandon, Man.; dairy cattle, sheep and swine, S. G. Carlyle, Chester-villa, Ont. The judging ot horses, cattle, sheep and swine will take place the morning of the opening day and there will be meetings of tlie various associations in the afternoon. The sale of live stock' at auction is scheduled for the morning of April S, to be followed by a parade of horses at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. There will be an auction sale of purebred Clydesdales and Hackneys, owned byi Roberts Brothers of Vegreville. VV. J. Stark, manager of the association, announces that the Canadian Clydesdale association has made^ a special grant ot $100, of which $25-will be given lor the best Canadian stallion, any age, and $25 tor best stallion, any age. These amounts, will *be added in the championship classes for Clydesdales in the regular prize list. The management has decided to make an extra class for French coach � horses, giving first and second prizesj of $15,and $10 respectively, for besU stallion, anv age, and best mare, anVj age. �The prize list throughout is attractive," Mr. Stark said, "and should be the means of bringing breed-er.s from all parts of the country.' We . have already received many entries, and many more are coming." SETTLERS'COMING WEST Fort William, March 19.--Forty carloads ot settlers' effects passed through Fort William, via the C.P.R. �west yesterday and today. These effects.ate the property of families re- . presenting one hundred, and sixty-two people in all who are well-to-do farmers from eastern Ontario and Quebec taking their money* and their' ohattels with them to seek homes in: the prairie west, Carload after car-, load of immigrants pass throagh here', every day. Most of these latter are; � British Immigrants. I Ottawa, March 10.-When the estimates of Hon, Martin Burrell, miu-ister ot agriculture, came up in the house this afternoon, Dr. Warnock, Maoleoil, called the attention pf the house to an item ot $15,000 which the minister explained had been expended in tho � enforcement ot the meat inspection act. 'Mr. Warnock a.skcd the minister it there had been any change in the act. He stated that since the present government came into power the farmers of Alberta, and smaller dealers who do,j their" own killing, had been put to great loss and inconvenience becauso they jiad been refused shipment of their cattle to the British Columbia markets on account of lack of inspection. It was contended by the railwaiys that they could not ship their animals unless they had^passed nspection under the act. In this manner, Dr. 'Warnock stated tho small dealers and farmers were discriminated against in- favor,' of the big abr batoirs. - If inspection was required, lie pointed out, then the department should provide the machinery tor its carrying out. The;farmers did not fear inspection, but they object to the delay,to which they were subjected on account ot the lack of inspectors. The minister replied that he had taken steps to,remedy this and that an ; inspector; had been sent to look into the matter. Dr. Warnock. stated that one inspector would be;altogether inade.iuate if the farmers were to be saved tho loss .and inconvenience which they now ask for. SCHliS HATED KINGS Stm^M auickly vstpfs.couahs,; cures-.�old�. Bnd;> heals ^ throat and limes. ti :: SS ceats. liOVED'TO. BE AMONG RADICALS -BALTIMORE WAITER KNEW ASSASSIN . ' �Baltimore, � Md'., >. March" 20.-E. Charlns, a waiter In a hotel here, claims to have worked in the pantry, ot a New York hotel for more than a: year with Aleko. Sqhlnas, the" assas; sin of King;/. George of Greece. ; WSpblnas. ,fold me ;many of his ,confidences," said -Charlns, ' "J .frequently cannot conceal Real Merit. It will make itself loudly known sooner or later. More people to-day are wearing, Semi-ready. Tailored Clotheai . tailoreti to varied physique types, than-ever before. ^ , ' It is your right to have Glothes; that are right,,aiid we can:^lwayS)5�^;a^^^^ prove you that you have found them-in Semi^ready Tailoring. \ Vv'. There's the flaw-free' ainlosphere^ in a Semi-ready -garment, whether it be a $1S suit or- the more expensive fabrics at 25 to $35. . �.. Empress Block S. c: BATE^Af.� �i.'i i|fi ?839 99 43 ;