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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SAVE DOLLARS By purchasing your Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Posts, etc., from WE ARE SELLING U9. AT WHOLESALE MILL PRICES, DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN SOUTH ALBERTA Owing to Low Wholesale Prices we are able to do this, and give you the benefit while it lasts. THIS IS WUR OPPORTUNITY e Royal Bank Building Phone 1393 CENTRAL LUMBER CO, LIMITED Lethbridge Yard 14O7 3rd Avenue South Phone 1492 I Comb Sage Tea in Lifeless, Gray Hair Look Youiyj Cotnrnon Garden Sage and [Sutphur Darkens So Natujilly Nobody can Grandradiier liopt hor Iialr darkened, glossy p-ncl abuDfbrit kith a brew of Sago Teal end Sulphur. When- ever her f fell out or look on that or slreaktd pearanoen thla simple mlitufe apiJfcd with YvonOerful ef- fect. Bi.fnakiuF at any drug j {'Wyelh's SBSC and Sul- phur Ha r Remedy" yo'i will gel a large Itottle of this old-time re- cipe, rJifly to use, for about 50 simple mixture can be deiindeii upon to restore natural .color anu'beauty to the 1 Is splendid for dandruff dry, scalp and failing hafr. A v-jll fcnbwn downtown drug- gist HBays everybody. uses Wyettti Sage and Sulphur, be- cause it darkens co uaturally and e Inly that nobody can tell !l baa been eo easy to UBJftoo. You Elmply inb or soft brusi] and through your hair, tak- ing one strand at a time. By juonifng -the 'lfllr dlcap- 1 pears; after nnothcr application or two, it Is restored to Its na- tural color and looks slossy. soft and abundant. Sold by J. D. Hlgl'nbotham Clarke, through AttciMy Otoss, was and "infinitely superior to this arrangement." He claimed that the goTernmfnt had betti forced Into swallowing Premier Sitton's previous legislation by At- torney Clcntral Cross and faction. 1'rcmiti Slllon The honorable'gen- tleman knows that the privy council had more to do with -it than the at- toir.ey general. Mr. Tweedia proceeded Id reten to i the bill as the "Skeleton of the A. i taken ol the closet with (the flesb ot the. Libcial uatty and the clothes of the Cross (action upon j The bill contained no binding contract on J. D. SloArthur.' IT TO LEGISLATURE Premier Slfton: "1 said tliat I not make any binding contract j until the legislature was called to- gether. 1 have not made any binding contract. 1 have submitted a bill under which the legislature will make a binding contract 11 the legislature tbisls fit." Mr. Tweedie ".Do I infer that Hie premier is seeking thin authority from the Premier Siflon "Absolutely." In tlio last few words ot his speech Mr. Tweedie -outlined policy- the which wan'that- government should build the road and make the necessary arrangements with the parties concerned, tenders should be publicly Called and every railroad contrac-tor. of -substance gtv- en an opportunity ot taking the work. OKOTOKS TO THE RESCUE When Mr. Tweedie sat down a-sil- er.ce fell over the house. No member on the'government side rose to sp and After a while'Gco. Hoadlef, Gko- toke, rose and filled the- breach. He expressed his pain and-surprise at the mck oi-CunuCiuf shown by thi Premier. He said the house should have had more Information and he stated-that Premier Sifton over-esti mated the confidence .oi .the people in his administration. Two visits to England ought to have taught J'rera i ier Hilton that, that' wYs'riot tfis waj had heen made in this i to. lieal with Important matters. Mr arrangement, lor the settlement o! I lloadley talked till' the.'sdjournmtn these claims art for the assumption! for supper, reading long extracts it liability in to future end; from editorials iVthe Liberal ptess Opposition are Apparently.1 Starting in to Obstruct (ConlinUHl From Front-Page) alsn lor a saving o! the province anil charging that the from having to pay interest on was, swallowing itself. honds tor any- Ipnger jieriod. "This proposal would relievo the people o! Alberta Irom any further responsibility in the matter and i would clear It .oil the book's ol those people who 1'atl had the matter more or less in dispute !or the- three or four 'years. The bill placed the responsibility the railway department as to the governmen route of the railway belwcon tho two terminals ol Edmonton and- Fort Mc- Murray. It might te necessary at a succeeding session possibly to make tome change in the atatutc in regard to that. It was not necessary in re- gard to the first} 100 miles to specify the exact route, because the outline followed would not he changed enough ,tn conflict with the original charter. There would not he more than 100 IIllDiS SAM HUGHES AND PARTY MUCH IMPRESSED WITH PRINCE ALEXANDRA built bc-lore the next legisla-! J, London, Sept. Most ol th Canadian officers attended th manoeuvres return home at the er. ol this weelr. The party, today goes to Vfoolwkh, tomorrow to .Hyth 0( jiusijtry, and on' IVednes tiiie and it would then he withii ycover of the legislature to .dcfir.e aclly the remainder of the. route. "I'roni the-surveys made, the de- pa! (ment of railways and the con- tractors had come to the conclusion that a considerable deflection to tho eastward would he advantageous to country, to open up more terri- tory anihulso on account ot ths class of country to he opened up. "The sallement obtained the expen- diture inla profitable way, and in the interests ol the country ol the largo of money which had lain locked up for the last tlirre or four years. It was not to the advantage of- tlic country (liit this state of filings s-hould latt indefinitely' although un- der certain circumstances, it might .have been to the advantage o! the country. Uiat it should.' If it was a .juc-fltion-r.'f principles thra the people of lite province, he believed, would ralWr that the money remain 'there K i j day will be tno guests ol the Admir in the HAVE STARTED AN MAGRATH MORMONS TO HAVE NEW EDIFICE COYOTES PREY ON STOCK Alia., Sept. many covering a period of over year and a half, during vvhlcli time bo congregation has mot In the sudl- orlum ot the public setool, actual this morntng on a new hurch tor the Latter Day Saints of town. The edifice wili cost MO, and will be In every way desirable nd Imposing, and will be sin addition o the town and Its builders. The new chapel will be built "on the iite of the one destroyed by fire. The material will be brick, and in addition to tlio chapel it will, contain n social sxjorn, where entertainments may he given.. Ubhon Harker stat- ed yesterday that after tils week he thought tbe bulk of the fall work would OB done, and that then a large would he put to .work. Today three or four skilled are It Is hoped that tho new church will he roady for occupation by Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Ernel Jensen left this moinlng for Salt Lake City, where .hey will reside In the future, Mr. Jensen will prepare for matriculation nto trie Northwestern Dental Chicago, where he alms to take out hlE degree. 'Mrs. John Laird ifas alto a eceer on morning's train.for jouth.- She' will visit a month with Progressive Move at tlie Cranln-ook U.K. Y. M.C. A. Cranbrook, B. C., Sept. Freeman, of .Moyie, spent Saturday snd part of Sunday in Cranbrook. V. M. Erler scent Sunday in Fer- cie with his wile, who has started a restaurant there. tlenson Macketelh lei.t Friday for the Bull River district, where he will be .occupied plying his trade lor a few weeks. M. A. Hlcate made a business liip to Moyie Friday alterncon. the local C. P. H. station officials contemplated a visit from the gener al superintendent Friday bnt were disappointed. The superintendent was within twenty-five miles of this place when be received information' which necessitated his immediate retuin- easl, to bis car was sidetracked a1 Jukcson and was picked up by thi eastbourrd flyer shortly after. Thi superintendent had contemplated trip over the branch line to Kimber ley" while in CraibrooV. ff.-M. Erler spent .Thursday in Moyie in the interests of the Loya Order of Moose, lor whom he is tb district organizer. the-. manse, Ottawa, Sept. Immigration ha3 decided to send re- rc-sentaUves from the prairie prov- nces to tie great land show at CM- ago, and probably to other ex- IbiUona In the western States. 0. FlutlcdBo. Winnipeg; John Good, tonewail. Man.; William Dennis, Man., and Charles fle- fna, have been chosen as roprcsentz- ives. They Tvill distribute Canadian mmlgratlon literature, and answer uesttonR regarding the possibilities or American farmers In the Canadian Vest- The rally yesterday In .the Pjethy-' Sept.; 24th, b. I ally at -Is as yet im.de cided as to ihe date of his-return, being busy .with war office. A notable compliment' was extend- ed to the Dominion services at-, the army council dlnr.er to the foreign aiid overseas services. Sir John French requested Col. Sam Hughes to welcome the foreign representa- tives on behalf of tbe British govern- ment, being the'.first time such a pleasurable duty his .been entrusted to a Dominion representative. The Canadian Associated Press learns that several .of the.Canadian officers have asked Col. Sam Hughes to invite Prince Alexander of'Teck terian church was, as pro- and it will undoubtedly prove a for good in slimulatiai an. Interest In church Those who piloted tne servfce to auch a kuc: Issufl .are to be heartily com- mended for their efforts for good. The little son of Joseph recently suHered a painful accident. In which he broke his arm, fs aoiv 1m- proTinr nicely, according to re- ports. Miss -Besfiie- week from Hurley, Idaho. AHss Green baa enjoyed three happy her. friend, Miss Fern that tlirlTing Idaho city. -are reported to be prev- alent In the fields north of town. 9at- n'gat Brj-au eight young pigs, which, oh fexarains- tion, he- dlscoveled had been'.deyour- c.d by those hungry thB night, Elder Jos. Alston speaker at the afternoon L. D. S. ser- vice yesterday. Elder Alston ly returned from a mission to Loiilsl. ana, and his address was jndeed a. splendid effort- Elder John oil. Bridge Is expected home. from York this week. to command the Canadian camp sn eaily dale.. Prince Alexander wasjn close touch with the Canadian visitors during Indefinitely father that it should spent .othrrivise lhan in (ho fntsr- (3ts of the province." OITOSmO.VS C'ASK T. -11. Tsvecdlc, Ccnlie Calgary, opened the. opposition's attack on the -fiftt-JJa.urged that the 1'remirr haa not satisfied the legislature that W. 11. Clarke, was the principal ob- jection in arrangement, had been eliminated. llo described the present ptopoaal ol J. D. McArlhur as "Jit. McAr-. fhur's still born child." No inlima- (Ion had btcn given of Ihosft who j were aswialerl with J. 0. Mdlrthur j (n the present undertaking, nnd it, >aS a lait conclusion that W. II.! 'litko. inljlit be one ol them. frcinlcr Sillon said the associates' McArthur ivcre the olhfr di- 'Mws of the Dativtgan j >r.il ji. rnilnay. i >lf." TwMilic suliimllc.l that thcl .1 sttllcmcnl msilt by i the manoeuvres, and :his cbarm ol i manner greatly impressed them. Colonel, Mrs. and 5IIss Hughes wetc. the guests oi Sir Frederick ar.d Williams Taylor at Ascot dur- ing the It takes mighty, clever woman to mako up ber mind she woWd rather be clever than pretty.. Cardston Died at Capital Cardston, Sept. The hody ol David Austin, a young man 'Veil known at Cardston, arrived in town by Saturday night's .train fronv.-Ed- monlon where .he died In the' hospital of typhoid lover. Young Austin li a con. of one the oldest fimllies (h tho Tcmpla City. His died some years ago and his mother and bister, Mi E3 live In Sail City. .Other members of tho family arc LcVOua And rnul. died a few yearn ngo aa a result pin shot In (cot. Jlarlln )I. P. P., accompanied Ihe tody -.fro.m- Ihe capital city and 11 will bo held till Tuesday awaiting the arrival of. rela- tives from tho south. Tht 'funeral will bo Tuesday afternoon '.and 'tho service ai the labernacle .-.ol'v.'ltto Church ot Jceus Christ of bay Saints. ILL BE SENT TO LAND SHOW TO DISTRIBUTE IMMIGRATION LITERATURE THE WORLD-FAMOUS REPUTATION OF THE CUNARD LINE li fally IT; the c M" obis