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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Dct-embcf 0, 1913 TI1E LF.TIinmDGF; DAILY HERALD A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Satmders, Medical Officer of Health of the City of London, Eng., was good enough to say that a long and universal experience has proved a cream of tartar powder the most effi- cient, safe and economical, making food which could not be deleterious to the most delicate stomach. In England the sale of baking powder containing alum is absolutely prohibited. WHEN BUYING BAKING POWDER, READ TIIE LABEL. lira. John Kaj-aeli, a wldw, died a Gait, 99. A Toias broto loose al Slag- BUls and an Italian twenty .t In the air, not Seine captured till iihauEled after a flva hours' chase. Asthma CatarrH WBOOf FSG COKHS JIASMDIC CSOIiP llltOSCBrriS COOCHS COII-3 Wrecked Strength And Shattered Nerves Completely Restored By The Famous Medicine Made From Fruit Halifax, Deo. steamer, In- which bringing coal from Pcaalth, Great Britain, to Halifax, for H. anil which .wasi aflcolmc-ed in. a.Glas- gow pices having. re- ported yesterday .that she up ihe-'Crow of iiej British.brig.Evelyn, commanded Captain Roberts, abandoned on Xovctnter 28, while, sailing from- Glasgow, 'this, morning with three seamen of- that boat 03 boardi The Invtrgylc was 3-1 days on the passage after a age, ten days ovei-her'ordiaary time in good weather. When -livcK-c days o'jl; 'the low pressure' crahksliaifc was broken.- the greatest difficulty tem- porary repairs were, 'Thirty hours later.they, sighted'a jjri'g, bho'w-' ing'signals pi diatreJSj1 which-prored to be the Evelyn, leaking and in dan- ger ol foundering. Vi'itb the seas running al great height, they were unable to .reach her. A line was run from the stern ot the trig wbieh was fastened to their large boat. The men iverc told to fasten life "belts around ttem and jump into the. sea, three ot them did so and were rescued, great difficulty. The'cap lain, male and others decided to'remain by (he ship. The next morning the'vessels had" drilled apart and' after "sailing about, the brig was riot' observable and tbey proceed- ed'o'n their voyage: .TWO CHARMING TEA COATS The model on the left [3 of brown embossed liberty velvet u-itli sash of flame-colored soft satin, 'wore orei.a skirt of the sairia color. vel vet with fur edging inaies the second attractive coat, which can be worn over a printed crepe or any suitable XILDEST. ON ROAD KILLED' "Broadway, Ohio, Dec. Dando, the oldest engineer In the employ of 1he Erie road in point 'of service, was killed, and four. other'tralnmcririnjuTcrf, when paK- -senger- train No.' 10 split the switch-here; sending the engine :.nd three express can Into the 1 ditch..' Dando served continuous-. ly for fifty-one 'years, and was. to Kave'.retired FINEST SHIP BUILT IN 'CANADA ;w Great ..Vessel a Dis- tinct Credit to Canadian Shipbuilding Jewelei Christmas The largest Port Arthur, Out', TJCC. Ti ay of last week there left the yards T tho Western Dry asd luilding Company. The Xoronic, Uia iagship of tlie Xortheru Navigation Company, winch his been built rely by.this Port'Arthur plant The before proceediug lo Sarnla, ook on a tons of Qqur ,nd prccceded cast'under Her own icam to" Sa'rnia, will be landed over to Ino otvners by the "Arthur builders. This sbip is 3S5 feet long over all; !62 feet heLiveeu perpendiculars; 82 cet rnoulJed beam and 2S feet 3 Ins moulded depth. She is huilt nn tha System with watenight compartments, and has lire steel leeks namely, main deck, spar deck >romeuodo deck, observation deck and >oat dock. Tho boat is for tho trado 'rom Windsor and Sarnfa to Port'Ar :hur and Dulutli. The propelling pow: er consists of four 15 feeLG inch by ll 'cet and one 12 feet t] Inch by ll fed Scotch, boilers, with 200 pounds work all connected with fore ed draft. The propelling cngtno Is a vertical four cylinderx triple espnu aion, with cylir-rters 29 feet 6 inches 47 feel, 6 inches by 5S inches b> 5S Inches diameter by 42 inch stroke about 5000 liorsu power, nuX is the larg cst passenger boJt of the Great was commenced October 24, JDI2, an' was launched June '_', 1913 with mucl ceremony, and slr.cc that date the ta'i upper decks have betn added am she has been made- a thorough tng boat. The Port Arthur dry iloclt, which i. the largest Inrl-jstryat-Hie. Iiead o the lakes, and employs 'lOOO-raen thi year around, ,U TIOO- busy construcl ing the largest bulk freighter in th world, which will bo launched ricx spring. Tho Dimensions of this veesel are: over all, G25 feet length on keel, tOi feo'; beam moylc ed, 53 feet and depth moulded, 32 fee have a carrying capacity 6 over 5000 gross tons, and has been de- signed (o handle bulk cargoes of coa ore and grain, Tho hull Is built o slflel on tho Isherwood system, t CJasB 109 A at Lloyd's, and on th arch and web frame system, leavln the holds unobstnicted. There ar 38 cargo hatches, spaced 12 feet ten fres lo facilitate loading ana unload ing operations, porlbcln a matter of the niinosl Important when the season Is short'' Tho vessel (a constructed with complete doutlo bottom 5 feet G Inches deep and sldo tanhs of tho fame.width, to'height of roaiiV. deck slrtnficr for wfttcr ballast; snd forming'a double skin over this portion of the ship to the point above the deep lead lino. The (ank (op Is of very. substantial conBtrucllon to wlthsUiTiil heavy w he re- clam shell unloaders are used, For handling the boat has the latest most to (ho imrawso alze of lha vessel, Uie accommodations1.for the crew aud cTucers are much more com lous than Is usually found aloari lips. Dock S ius Company, Port Arthur, has as art of Us plant the largest dry dod n .Canada "with diracasions 700 feei ong, 9fi foot S inches wide, and 2] eet C inches deep, holdins approii mately 11 million gallons of v.ator cd it lakes only two hours and 3 Unites to pump dock-dry, will wo 30 inch aud one 8 lucli centrifu al pumps. The pumps are driven vith electricity, like all nit: oilier rua- ihlnory a round the shipyard. The Ibck'is large enough to dock anybaat m tlie Great Lakes, The stiij; yard s a new and up-to-date plant with all ho and all the build- HAGERSVILLK, ONT.7 Augi 20th; 1013 can highly reccmmeml Fruit-a-tivts11 as they did me an awful lot of it bcca-are they uid all that claiu for them. Their action IB so pleasant, pared with other laxatives, that 1 found ONIA' rilrasnrr, as well as health, the results Trill be the same as in my own A blood purifier, a general toaic, a builder of health and etrcuglb, "Fnrit- a-tives" is one of Uie great discoveries of the ccuturr iu curative rocdtcine. Oae absorb' and assimilate an ablintlanco of nourishment from the food eaten'. builds up, strenqtheus Ihe whole syitera. As Liniitc-J, Ottawa.. arc of brtck with'steel framing! [The shoals-arc'tde madUiuo ratlern.shcp. "boiler shoiv 1 joinder p-jnch sboi> and mould jloft. clc.. The'wliole plant 1s equipped witli .a-- compressed nir pipe pnuumatic railways. There la "au" ffO-toti "capacity shear legs, aud cicctrle gantry crane'over a TSOTdot" "sbip" building berth. The world of a gift! Suppose you should wake up Christmas morning to find "that some one had put the world of music in your stocking. That's precisely what youVan do for any member of your family, or any of your friends, if you give an Edison volume, wilh all their range of program. Itis' filled with the diamond reproducing point !hat never wears out a lid never needs chang- ing. An Edison is a permanent that The new types, without horns, ate especially popular just now. They arc made in arlislic designs (rom a variety of beauliful woods. The one shown here is moderate priced. It is called tlie Ambe- will be a lasting pleasure foryeais lo come. rolaVI. It plays tnenew Can you imagine a more Blue Amberol records, practical one that I II T III" hARK I i wilh all their temirkable SbQ more beauty of sweetness and Lv CuKOitu; light to those you love? 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