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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wt-iliu'sday, Odolicf THE LETHBKIBGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Ladies! Secret to Darken Your Hair Bring back color, gloss and thickness with Grandmas' recipe of Sage and Sulphur Common garden sage browed Into u heavy tea. wltU sulphur and alcohol added, will turn Kray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant; remove every bll o'. daudrutf. slop scalp itching- and falling hair. Mixing Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at honj'e though, ii troublesome. Au caster way is to get the ready-to-uso 'tonic, costing about 50 ce'uis n largo tattle al driiu store, known as "Wyelh's Sage and Sulphur Hair Hcmedy." thus avoiding a Sot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair !g not sinful, we all desire lo re- tain our youthful appearance ami attractiveness. By darken- ing your hair with Wyetli's Sane and Sulphur, no 0110 cau tell, be- cause it does It so naturally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or sott trush uitti It and draw this through your hair, tak- ing osc small strand at a lime; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared. After another ;ilicatlon or two your hair be- comes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and.you ap- pear years younger. J. D. Hig- Inbothanj Co., Lid. fr President SmilKeis of G. T. P. Outlines Position of Road Annual .Meeting loudon. Oct. at the Grand Trunk railway meeting, todaj Chairman Smithers siiil that one point o! view it. was unsatisfac- tory that jrilli larscr gross, icctipts they hud been suable to secure a larger net profit. The cause was the large increase in REMARKABLE START FOR NEW TOWN ON THE LETH- BRIOGE-WEYBURN LINE Dicgcn, P. 0., Oil. K COW booming. It is quite a plM- surc lu Le alle '.u be m town now in a mj- few nanutes ivi the people who recently had to drive 3D miles. Last week there were rmly three buildings, this wick there are two stoics, a pool hall, restaurant, car- penter shop, lively barn, bardware store, drug store, two elevators building, C. It. depot building and four residences building, all before ll.e C.I1.II. sold the Unvnsite. C. LuJtkc, of How Island, has his elevator in readiness and will be grain in a few days The. National elevator will be i-nuld I'oneratulale themselves that large ga ig o t. luuiu iv. their' is the fastest growing town lor this Volition and" charges cm j par "a continual fight I steel was completed to maintain our position already! Strainers arc tvicout in cv- and the railway com.nis-J cry day, looKing for municipalities, employees ar.d, loc-alion is soojli Another Coal Mine Disaster (Continued From Front Page) Oplcions as to tfce cause oi the ex- plosion differ. It was first asserted Ihat lilack tiamo Icnited and exploded. Latet uniuf r aallll, VJL ji.-jj IL.U..-J the fact developed that at this .time, mm am) ttc gcncral fM. ol the year the mines in the adja-j wouW con cent southern district o Colorado bo- s consislcil ol Unscrupulous r-api- carcc dangerous irom to prevalence (aljs( whereas they arc composed of coal dust, .which no amount of j Q, lvho 'throughout water seems able to keep tinder con-, u d Mt gcl-ari averasc trol aud led to the belief thatr_ the of pcr.cral on their money. 1 same cor.dition might have. caused the disaster. That a great loss of life is expect- M was" shown liy. the call of the'cor- municipal well in the C-hin Coulee.- the C.l'.ll. sells the toivijsitc llieic will Lc quite a rush for the lots. won. and the railway pea ion. sions. municipalities, employees and, oration is fioojd Icins in to tie public, are forever plac- a Ihirtly settled commtinUv ng eitra burdens on the railways-or good roads cross the Clim and asking more connections the fight is K'l'l' Coulees, and there ,s a good very hard one. Knowing these dif- ficulties, I think our stall deserves credit for what it has accomplished President Smithers proceeded to express the opinion em- phatically that with all demand now being made on the railways they ought to le permitted to increase their charges, "All over the he said, "railways arc being asked for more seivicc and more accommodations for the same or less nior.ey. To hear gcncral public BUY YOUR DOESN'T LIKE VIEWS OF BRI- TISH PRESS ON THE NAVAL QUESTION oner on Trinidad and Denver for itig supply of coffins. I er rates is so evident -and so just During, the nighTs fight to reach 'that 1 cannot believe the people of li.e entombed men, an organization Canada and America will long resist for the caring of the dead and dying jt. was perfecled. A camp was .feet up j A'TIU'INO I'lvRIOD for the rescuers and a hospital and morgue prepared. '.'There has hcen- recently a- great London. Oct. at tho Trafalgar day dinner last right, Hon. fully realize that railways must con- Thomas iMcKenzie, high commissioner form lo law but- most respectfully j {o EaM sutmit that more consideration i shoula he given' to. what. they, can really afioid.-The necessity Tor high-; of a to the British navy had been more than supported.by the peo- As the bodies were borne to toe tiins. A thrownvabou deal of criticism oi Canada, some act MEN ARE SCATTERED N. M. Oct. by. 'an extraordinary -booh; 'in.- trade the' wodd''6ver and :the' activities o-cost... In regard to training in Australia ho said less thaii .two tier, cent o! these qualified were now enrolled. In New Zealand there had Seen a simi-j !ar resiionse. The only dilficulty With the coming of the first cold snap there will be the usual rush for Fur Garments, and as in previous years our supply will be rushed to the limit to supply the have decided lo lessen (his rusli somewhat liy a siivriliee til' jnol'u lo those who will make, their selections right now during' I lie early season. We are making the rediicliun in prices a substantial one, so that you will he fully compensated for any inconvenience yon might feel in buying furs just now. Ladies' Fur Coats Ladies' Fur-Lined Coals Ladies' Neck Pieces Ladies' Muffs Men's Fur Coats Men's Fur-Lined Coats however, tlml to tho limited quantity ol' Furs on hand .we are unable to extend tliis offer an indefinite time.' recommend early selection. Al! Our Suits and Overcoats at a Liberal Reduction THF ROYA1 ST7YWP 1 UI SOUTHARD BLOCK 512 3rd AVE. S. OF 1HE HMD feivnee of. those the impertinent inter- 1; e on this side, of yrateri. wo candidatcB in the new nomination from Knappen, is haven't on the .contest's today reached the loot haft through-.which it was uiany miners might escape witi, which 'inew .c'ouniries .all ..over 'appeXring ''in-rih'clr col- ,L. one do- a'F ee living men and three dead were. UUIJK% hoped jtal. also; has. Keen the aliVe. ing-fear that-; the .Balkan, wats I Of'at-jj thc.'hoardiiifi" of cold, -and' curtail- menl of credit. _ "oiuid at this point. M 9 o'cioclc a' .total oi'25 living rr.cn had rescued, two more. than went on Mr. Smiihcrs; prcvio'Jslj-' reported. with Canada may he'prourl of the ;en helmets st ill were working inUvny she has withstood the strain. short and it was believed thai1 She has had some real estate Rpreii- r.erj- part of the mine would te cx-jiafurs, and a few mismanaged or plored witliin a few hours. The ven- uvcr-capituHzcd companies, but Can- tilators were working well, driving jada, 3s.a country, has maintained invblvc. the ..trigger powers which led.) pjy ce for it at atlv'e'rtV :o have votes added in the paper. Every llm papors-of reputation'hvUiiscoun- vole issued counts for the prizes, regardless o! .whether they are published ivy, said SIr'Thomas, .'sb'oiild permit during the contest .that .Arrearage subscription payments count just as many votes as advance payments; the same number of votes are given for old and ne'w sub- scriptions. It is'too early in the contest for any one to get the least bit discourag- ed. The campaign 'department ha's- a "hunch" that a number who seem to be "stalled" at the 6000 nomination mark will do famously well later on. The.start is stick to the finish is the supreme lest. Stick: after printing" half a" column isc iiau refused -to' insert his rc- ;sh air into many sections of the _' The work n[ foicing an entrance ed rapidl y. 1 lescucrs worked her high measure of prosperity. "What other country can show sue! surpluses Few governments are in a more satisfactory condition and I ing-1 ate 5. QUEBEC ;BENCH GREETS THE PREMIER Sir Thomasj Laughed at At least be distributed at the cilice of the contest to the can- didates whose names appear below and any oiners who may enter later, if tlicy take an active according to the number of voles secured be Winnipeg, Oct. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, President of the C.P.n., j ivho arrived hero this morning from 31inneaitolU, Minn., business trip, j i laucbed at the report. that came from Milwaukee, crediting- him TCith slat- ing that the whole C.P.Tt. system raight be electrified. Sir Thomas stated vris that it was their- inten- tion to electrify the Rosens Pass .tun- nel and i' this proved successful in operation the electrification -would be "Play Ball" McGRAW ar.d HATHEWSON, "BREAKING INTO-THE BIG LEAGUE" at the Sherman next Mon. and Tues. ;htough the main shaft of No. 2, and.: tliink the world demands lor Canada] Quclico, Ocfr the members 'o through lunocls which connect supply will continue. So 1 scc'oi the hcnch, the coui.cil of "the hsr this mine with Ko.'s 3 and 5. I nothing hut continued prosperity over j and the elite ol the local barristers Mayor E. L. Kinney saiii that ihcia course of a year. Might lion. H. Hordrri all .-recuers did not espcct to find ai "The immense demands for capital noon today, when he was prtsrstcd! larse numter of men together, as over the- world cause a slowing I with eloquent addresses by Chlcl Jus-j riincrs were scattered at thc-timc of down in developments, tot not more'li'-c I.miicnv anri the hattonicr, E. Canada than in other places. T am Dellcau. H was nil unusual demons'.ra certain Canada will obtain sufficient tion as Ih3 heneh refrains from any I capital lor licr-Iejilimate wants." svch nianifestalior.s, hut as the chic! The annual report was unanimous-justice in his remarks ly adopted nntl the- meeting was en- Krcacl lircly harmonious. the 35.C-QO extended over mountain division Ihe explosion. HOLD OUT HOPE Pitlsnurg, Oct. of {l.e riltshurg station of the. Uureau if Mir.es expressed Ihc .helitf loday :h.it many of the miners 'entombed in the Slagcanon mine would be brought mt alive if they had not hrcn killed jy the shock ol the explosion, llce- irds ol the hureau tliere are in ilio Dawson mining region no leas 300 men trains! in mine-rescue j-ork ar.d their rating is among the ilgtcsl west of the Anthracite coun- :iy of 1'cnnsylr.inia. 35.COO Amendment to City Charter Queers tbe (Continued From Front And provided further, that the city ol Quebec never bad I an opportunity, to express nir.ilion for {he sour.d nnd fcrillisnt: confrere, they have in the persun ot the prime minister. 'The recipient ct this rare triti-j nonyt vi-as bcalcd to U.c risht I of the cliief jus nnswctcd to S these compliments in a happy n'er, fcfcrring to the recent ccnVcn-1 Ahiciican In' Montreal to the nolib spirit which nnilcfl nil the- members of order to wliich he is proud to be- long. Hon. L. T, Pclleticr, who is him- self, one ol Qnchcc's most famous your itomath to healthy vigor Ma-Dxu-Co pysptpsU Tatlcl ihs 'piecing1. Na-Dru-Cxj Dyspepsia ire- the fcsl. friir.cis for from Ir.c'gwilon Box at your Druggist's. Made r-y ths NAtlonil Drug and Ctiemlca) Co. of Canada, Llmiltd. may scl! lo'any person, firm or corpor: I lawyers, was present, and rcceired ation, I.inds al any sum not less Ihari Ms sharp o! regards Irom the chief he nctual. value-thereof to the .City, justice and the hattcncr. plus Inleroal nl six per cent ner an-! Previous lo this demonstration Mr. mim from tlalo of purchase or a'cfiul-1 Horden had had a busy morning in- sillon to the date of lease any j SPVling the worts and the plans 'of ands, huildlnga or portion thereof to' thcbatllcficld any person, fivm'oK corporation at'ai renl erinlvalenl to six per cent per: atmnm of Ihc cost thereof lo the Oily, ami may also sell, distribute or deliver to any parson, firm" or corporation, light, heat, power, wnlcr, gas oil, ckc-1 or coal at ftny price not lesa i than the actual cost (hereof to .the City." The cily'a Industrial bylaw is there- fore vioded Insofar ns 1t applies to the granting of lax exemptions or the giving of .free building sites. Cities are now empowered oiso to buy and maintain a prison farm, but arc not compelled to do 80. Many n man who says he studies to pkaec expands most o' Iit3 effort on hltnacli. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Rich, pure each contestant, as follows: -.V d lOTc commission on all subscription collections turned in b; remaining actual candidates. MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 13th SL MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. S....................... MISS CLARA BJORKBLAOE, 12JO 5th Ave. S........ MH. GERALD DULMAGE, Bow Island, Alia................... ,MISS LOIS GARNER, Hill Spring, Aita.................. MR. C. W. K. HOLT, 930 St. S.......................... MH. WM. H. HINDLEY, Magratri, Aita............'........... MISS EVA HUlTOri, 814 6th Ave. S....................... MISS HOSE HAT1KER, CardEton, Aita MR. WM. ISAAci Mohle, MISS HELEN LEE, 203 5th AVE. MISS MERLE LEFFINGWELL, Milk River, Aita............ MISS MAGGIE MOORE, 1731 6th Ave. MISS HAYHE McMAHON, Barons, Aita................ MISS MARY McDONALD, Blalrmore, Aita.................. MR. WALTER OBORNE, 10th St. MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 St. S.............. MISS VERTA PICKEL, 1312 6lll Ave. S................'...i...... MRS. A. PIPES, 414 5th A.ve. MR. THEODORE POOLE, Knappcn, Alia. MR. EDWARD HEAD, Pintrer Station, Albsrla.............. MISS ETHF.L L'. RAMSAY, St. Kllda, Alta.i..................... MRS. L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, MISS ETHEL SA1JNDERS, 623 10th St. S. MISS M. 6. SIMPSON, Frank, MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 isth St. N..................... 21-500 MR. EDGAR SA1NSBURY, Cranbrock, B. C..................... SOW MISS LAURA'TEL PER, Fernie, B.C. MISS BELLA. THOMPSON, Elko, B. MR. HERSCHEL VAN ORMAN, Taber, MR. CHAS. 917 8lh St tor the standing of the candidates will ho added on TUCE dais Thursdays and Saturdays. Until fr.rthcr notice anyone who en do-so may votes MWO above the liigli number o! the previous standing. "Subscription campaign ofrtce.-ln Arr.rlln .Illocli. rhonn P.O. Bos 51 First fand bettl votlna oerlod Achedule from itevelsloke to Field, n. C. Sir Thonias also denied a report in the London Kinar.cEal N'ews that the Can- adian Pacific intevests were to be split Into three nirls. 91r Thomos announced that Uie double tracking operations between Calgary and l-'ort William wnrild be completed by ll.o fall cf next year and ana" satisfaction src I spoons and scrying bearing tSit i (8fi ROGERS BBQI Thij brand zj i 'Silosr tlMc that Wears fit scd la the Itrartot fit ,1 Ktid-oi plJle. Faaoas for 4-: I 9 brer fo yeai rs for lU d u cabWly Uiuly. _ Sold Leading Dealu? result would be, he said, a costder- ablo acceleration of the running sche- dule of (rains. The Company now liag under construction, miles of road exclr.riins double tracking, of which sixteon' humlrcd arc In tlie west. miles cf the total will bo completed this fall. Speaking briefly of the UiHlculties being met with by the Company's officials in Austria. Sir Thomas ex- pressed the opinion that nil these 35.COO would be straightened out one way or on other. Sir Tbomas excels to leave -for east tomorrow evening. A new leaf is teally the same old one, with just another turn. Kced a woman on flattery, and she on't inlag your bread and cheese anil E IS SM ra New York, Oct. Manket in- dictment, charging Harry K. Thaw and !our otlicrs with conspiracy In connection with his escape from tho Mattcawan Slate l-.ospilal for tie criminal insane in August, was re- turned ny [he Grand here this afternoon. It will ag a weap-. on by William Travcr.l Jerome, in his efforts to extradite Thaw from New Hampshire. Joseph Dionnc, arciiEcd of the mur- der of Justinia Prick in Calgary, has teen adjudged insane. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. U3DtE TOOT WiUs, Title DeedtB, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes Lethbridge Branch PPJT Brymner, Mgr- ;