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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE TWELVE IJAILY HICHALO SATUHDAY, nRCUMHKR 20. 'ollision Due lo Misunderstand- western OnidJ head-or. ivith. i 11- m, '--i irsin ivru west, o' tt as in i ru Cfcliadiail Pjlci. Sections Hallway rs> uuJ j ____ I both killed. r.d mcreas- accafding ST. JOHN. N. B, Dec. The deiih list in the coll'ilon on the Canadian Pacif c Railway at Onawa, Maine, today hr.d lo 23 this evening, to reports received here The re- ports gave as 13 adult pp-sstnyers six chlldrfn and the engineers and firetyien of the two trains. OXAWA, Maiue. Uoc. ersons livos Liiul 3o war ijurod or buri'.ed peclal with i'o Of ihU t froVu Coughs and Colds Restless Nights ur the vitality. ir.2c; hrki in t Da hc In others ;o ue ia (he i including those ;he IWD rirerr.cn. The bodies ol WHsrc, j of the passenger Jagley, of ihe freight, were iJeiitirkM. j ?oih were of UrOTvnville. The passenger waa the1 second section o( a trtiin cany ins rusFensers who wen> lauded ai John, N.U.. yesterday by tbe j'.eainer Empress France, from England. Tte 'engines and first jniatnins inmilsrams. were 'loscoped by the freight iraiu. many of the- Injured or ixl outright In (he fare. met death or weic sertoysly burned by firs "whfch er.sued. Passengers In iht oth'lr caped before the ibeir tars sad aided ihc trainmen ia gel- ling out the dead end injure J. Some of iho bodies were burccil beyond i'e- CV, Per. :he ;i '.o OirtoV.T, ii I'olumbLi for jTo "vere Itsueu by j.y by Attorney-Gen- Kor Oi-inbor alone. 3S.Q12 prescript- ions worr honored by governrr.ent ien- vlor.- ami !n province. D-JKMOVS are limited lo 2W 1 nor each month. Before ihi-s was put Into one prescribed liquor In [our cafes In one month. Scores FIrat Division An-cnal 3. ShptflelJ Wednesday 0. Aston Villa 3. OMbam Alhleilc 1. Hlackbjrn Hovers 2, Dolloa Wan derurs Hay and Green Feed For Sale In Cjrlols Only AI qualify upland hay. t'reo freight. Green cm before the curcj acd loif of oats in H. See samples aod a si: uur 1262-1sl Avc. S. Phone 653. i'ugDition. Bradford City Z, Not Is Coucly 4. The collision wns 'understood to Derby c. 0, Wen Bromwieu A. 4. been, due io J misunderstanding Evenon 0. Liverpool 0. of orders. The freight in cna-j Manchester Vtmed 2. pltance with waited' on Bob-; United Ilsh siding, one west of here. imt'l ihe first section of ihe special train had passed. The freight Then started tor Brownvllle .'imcuon. Ku- Kiceer Baglev cither not Tcnow of :he second section 01" :i until lie Ftruck it. a siding. Scene of. Wreck Telephone reports from staled that Zhe scene of CUNARD AricHor Donaldson PROPOSED, SAILINGS HEW Caronla ,iDee24 )rduna 'J.'.Det 31. Vaubia Carmania Carmanla .Mar 0 via Cherbourg and Southampton Meganuc iho acci- deni this morning- on the (7anadEe.ii Pacific Hallway was one mile of Onawa. stitch is some '.'d ireat ol llrovfnvlllc Junction. Maine. .loi- ruediately the hstvs reached Uron-Q- Tille a special train was mnde up with doctors and, Help wag nlso rurbed (ruin- ilegnntlc. At Green- Tiile, Elaine, n iralnload. ti[ medical equipment was wailing to be rushed lo ihc scens of the wreck. The crews of the trains came from Brbwnvj'.ie, Maine. The steaDiship sptcla] carried 300- pi'Gengsra, mostly HISIK women ami children emigrants bpund for western points. Later loformptiOQ trom-ihe'irrcck. trhich ia a" mrie [frota. Ihig' Til- lage, tfaa that me dead trainmen were the engineers-oC'lhfr Iwo trains rather ds 'lirsf r'e'port- edi _f The repcrled to have haen duD to Ihc failure of (he freight .ishkh ..was easlbound. to obey lo jstpp at Bobflsh, Ismail sld- Ipg.near he'fo, -but this was not con firmed, The 3. and A. fiallroad In response to a requert for aid dispatched a train from Greenville; all _ the doclors anrt'narsea cduld be j obtained. The B. and A. assisted in the trans- Dec Itnjievator, .Jan 24li ponntlon of Canadian PacSTic Rail- laurelania Fet'13 Imperator Feb 21 way pasaerlgers -from to iri.-ttnla Mar 16 Brownrllle vrhile Ihe Irack was blocfc- NEW !fd, conveying Ihem by waj of Derby. At 3.50 this afternoon the Middlesborougn I. BraiMord North Knd Burnley 1. Shefiie'd I'nited 3. Cbelsea 1. Sucfierland 2, Manchester Clly 1, Division Ddrnsler Toileuhain Hotspur 0. Drlsiol City 0. Dlockponl C'. Bury 3, Lincoln City 0. Coventry City 0, Clapton 0. Grimsbv 0, DirninfhRm Town 2, Weil Ham United c. Stock-port City i. Houih Shields 0. WoIverharniitMi 1, Hull. City 2. Leicester 3. Stoke 1. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Swiiulor. 2. Crystal Palace 2. SCOTTISH LEAGUE A be nli, l. Mberr.inns i. Albion 1-oicr 2. Falkirk 1. Clyde o. Alrdrkoaians Dunbaricn 0. Cpltlc Hearts'O. St. Mirren 2. Kilmarnoch 'L, Pariick Morton 5. Third -Laiiark 2 -Molhenvell 3, Clydebaut '2. Queens Park 3r Dundee 2. Rah.h Rovers 2. Ayrc 1. Rangers 4, Hamilton A. 1. NERVY HOLD-UP MEN RIVAL BILL CARLISLE NEW YORK. Dee. holdup rivalling UcbalQue ihe masterpieces uf Bill Car- lisle, wcMoni bandit, occurred today when two robbers cover- ed TS longshoremen n a Eait Hirer tiro Ions Qiarchtefc Into the pay mas- office, cleoaed up Tho quarlelle then dscaj'td In an automobile as ?CS> re- pair moo. at worlc on pior hoArd the coriiinolloQ and, Vmue to lie rescue. i One of the Oldest Churches in (hi> .Capital Destroyed By Fire BANDO.N. Ore., bui of het1 crvw r[ 30 alive, so r-.r ac Xnown early todsy, the oil lank ctesmer J. Chevuslor, bounO in Ircic Portland ear olj grandson of C. S. llagce, cf ihla ctly, .was to- LIBERTY LEAGUE WILLING TO MEET HON. RANEY ed ashore after lue small bom cspsii- cd late last night near Uandon. and the other men. ivh nimes were no I learned here, were- picked up on In an exhaust- ed condition last night by scare-Aprs.' They were members of tho lifeboat crew -whlgji put off from the lll-fnted vefeei. ArcurdinE to Itooley. (he Chanslor struct Ulanco ree.f about 6.15 o'clock i Thursday jitght, while a heavy log bu-l scured Visioii. Sho >roke In two lew minutes later, the ader ol the 5hii) sinking simosl ai once. Captain Rescued' Capt. Sawyer, master ot the tank steamer J. A. Chans lor, Qparter- mejter Kunble and oae oihtr member of the crewiero believed: lo he the only survivors of the steamer wrecked late Thursday off Cape Dlanco. Sawyer' la Sn ihc hospital nt Uindoti In a crlilcal condition as the result of eipoaure. Threes bodies been founrl and flher-bodies 'are reported to haVc een washed aghore below Uindon. As iiear as can be learned from slnntly killed at Iho. pf High street and Second avenue Ihls afternoon wlicul lie was by a air driven Kuight. An inquest will Lo hoW. ;tUs 0. MORE PAY AND SHORTER J-JOURS In the Chicago Tribune COBALT. Dec. loral Llb- erly vIlllQf to accept lion. W. L-. challenge to oppose, any ihe league may see to place in the fleld agniost him and, has iniimaied In a telegram to n-Snls ter ihm if he cao persuade either pi the members for or Cnclirane. MaelaMry aod MacLansf and Liberal, respecllTt- ly, to resign In bis favor, they will fight him should be elect lo conies i the seat opened. PROMINENT DEAD TORONTO. Oc. L9.---J. S. >'ullerton. K.Cr, promiticnt Icjcal lawyer ond for- mer counsel." died here ypstardsy long illnesi. b'-ullerLon -aras born near Si. Thomas, Ont., In 1S4S, end uxlh ihe A erne button always please discriminating ladies became so so quietly so beau- ing staifment vrns published by John S. Capper, of the meo'e goods firm cf Capper as an the'schoolg or Western Ontario and In the University of Toronto and Os- Eoode Hall, fie retired fin" The in hungry for ihe l Stark huiisry: a I'ricca via "Havre and Southampton Ryl Gior.se .Ian 24 Kyi George Feb 24 Ryl Mar 27 NEW via Havre and Loncon nia ..Uccir Saxonia-.. .Feb 7 NEW Columbia -Jao lo ila .Jan Cassandra ,Tan 27 ia Feb.24 fts, Slonty Orders and Cable .BOLSHEVIK ELEMENT temlt lances. fnll intormt-tlon "apply lex any R. il. and S. S. agents, or to Cera jany's Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., we eaL.vrsEr and ure. The cupboard Is bare E mount ;o srapgering flgurag and tho Instantly killed at Ihe Itathurql Pum cry of our worker pay: bcr Co. mills by a buge disc falling shorter then a shortage iboois the price of things up another notch; agaiii Ihe pay; les hours. Ye Goda! Ctlusi -ihc Tlc'ous circle continue? Shall ITC never see Lhnt it js more hours ?.e need, liiat lo rf: ed were: Engineer F. A. Wilson, Fire- mnn Ilrnninger, Knginoer, K. Bogle, FfrcixiBQ C. 3. nil from IJrownville, -SOFIA- ELECTIONS SALONlKI. Den. 20.- Bulgarian Eol- i shevjkl been succe.s3ful in mun- held In HoSa, and homa. Oh. i; AmeTlcana would grasp 'ht-ir opponuniiy" Prices had gotten'So high In Lliis rpiintrx and inurrbaiidiac ao we sent two.of our firm hop to Had what, ne-needed and lower prices. The cable message the answer' Merchandise Is even shorter on the other'side They LO stjl and their sht-lvts are bare. They vrfLin lo buy buy from America "--to buy the Things ihat Amcrtcac.s mahd- and the sTvcr of D'.ir workers bur Of 60 newspapers tn That city have appea Ixyidon l Scandinavian. Liver- pool Scotian. Jan 5, Anlwc-rp Mclagama, Jan 10, Liver- pool Empro53 nf F Liverpool 13Ul S.S. Si FtjrkiT cr CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES Easy Make This Pine. Cough Remedy You IIEOT Uial fiiiic i.-f in ncarlr L? sn-J icmrrlica ;nj- f that pine ijnls that hive a remhrk- iffffl, in :irvL hralinj Iho braijcs vi Ih" cLt't. Pine 1 POrtTLAND-HALIFAX- LIVERPOOL From Portland From Halifax Canftda ...Feb 6 Canada___Feb 1 White Star Line WHITE STAR LINE NEW Gallic ----Dec23 Orlaba ___Dec 23 Celtic Uillfo .....Jan 31 NEW vJHMlc .....................Jan 3- Apply any Railway or S. Agent, BT Company's Office, Ztffi Midn Si.. Pir.c coUL'li sjTuni ere f pine and Thi part ii T'la'in MI par To the l-c-' pine retnrily IA t mt.iiC7 (iin l.iiy, obuirr> of I'inct (-SO t'ntj, iTOrlh) in a. ]G-or, bottle, arid Till up -with (Urili'-l rnu- .in Imy riu.lf- torn nc.ti -more you vie [i is ]i iike it-r.ijf-rlv- can fptl tak'j nl a cciiiyh or cold in a way Ihul mean? The1 coueh may lif. dry, flnrl tijlit. or mav (roni thr; formation of Tie t'aww. llio II, j.a 1'jjicx and Svr'lp romhinal ion will slnn iii 24 hoiirt or lev. ton, for lirenchial aslbra.i, or any ordinnrr llirft.it nihnrnl. n Hvlilv rnnrcnlr-Tlr-rl rom- nml llin n'orM over for iU promn( uiion Iltwarc of AO: your for r.f Pinrx" v.'ilh che. Gitarnntci? I to srivr faction or relunjcJ. T'incx I Co, Toronto. Grit. c'jnta, carrying waier for -Corkers hullt tlio town of Pullman. He f'as gotten of bed ni 3.00 o'clock to millc 15 co-.vs on a winter's morn- JIc has pyI in J.'. IIOH.-S a day in a -tort. is not a natural born plutocrat; l.i ihc son of .a sleel worker. He that he knows the needs of wlm strucjlo, hut inrleel loolish to SGP [fiat the -vafitf; of llmi carpenter, nlurnljtir or other-n-o er In turn tbe price of rent, raised ihe of ihe very clothes that he himujlf used by or fuilow worker. Shtiri LntrTH 1-1 thy fity lias marie Ihu farm he. rooi wants fiNiirx mere at-ed pay, ''tay KJnd [ir'.'iprve us il farm insist on -II isnuf.i or r.n flay. You land I. my Mr-nil, uill hungry, r (arm 800 acr.v short hnurs in the city is doing for the farm. U't; nity mill wages, we" I may ktcp our Kiile, and still trifl cost of living a nlmr-Te good, -haM. rnithrnl S hoiirn, rather It's hard to brinz tab? -wlUon: OWDER. It i II ciaiti fcim and MZNNEK'S jca it's He Will Like One of Our D. E. MacDbnald 322 Sixth Street South Phone 1032 and then j-nmc-. L? rr al k-asl. (o work, l; al] ihe energy p02 ai.d TRANSFER PAPAL NUNCIO MUNFCH; TO BERLIN KOMK. Deft. ijitut Irt at the Vatican tliii a minclaluro v.-Ht he fasti- tntn'il at Hrrlln and that Mgr. rnnelact) Pacelll.' nreaent minrlo al Munich. fjn to the German cap- i ill. The Nordheimer Apartment Upright "THE last 'word in Piano (raflrnanship at a price remarkable for such (junlifv. ..We offer this inslriimsni as a-culmination of scs'cmy'eighl yrJOrs uf experience, "Built Lo conform lo llic Krnitcd tlimenai6ns of (lie modern -home anJ st the silmc lime lo 5alisfy Jn artiilic piano gives a wealth of lonal rie'inm not to be obtained In any olhcr 1'iano of ila size. ASS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD, x 315 BlrrSt, Phone 1M5. Muaicipal Railway 'fjri and aftor Doc. ihc routing p[ Ihe lied Una Car will lo run HOURLY only, to the Fair Grounds, mak- iuj Two per hour around the City on'th-a'foUoTrlng CITY From cor. 51 h St, .S. acid Mudsbn and C Depot, 3rd_ 13th Clh ftlh FAIR GROUNDS ii cbr. Sib Kt. and 3rd rla C.P.H. Depot, Srd Ave. 5lh fitli to Fair Orountls, returning via saino roulo. And tho, rollcrvvirijr'fichcrlulo.ivill be-in force until furthor notice. CnTlhl? out. reference, or those Interested can' obtain copies from Ihc'Moiormnn. Leaves C.P.R. Depot (or Fair Grounda- [rom a.in, -2S mlnutei past every hgur, 3rd Avc, 3. and 5th St. 31 inlnulea past every. hour. Leaves 6lh Ave. S. 13th St. 3n minutes pant nvcry hour. RETURNING Lcftvts Kair tJrcunils -It inlnulcs every hour ALTERNATIVE. Frrjm tor. rdlt SL. 3rd-Avc.. via C. P. It Dipol, Avo. 13Hi :.ih X, an.l 1st AVp, K. Leaves 5'h nnj 3rd Avc. 16 and 4 minutes past each hour. Leaves C.P.R, IX 6 minuter iiasl each liour. S Leaves 3rd Avc, anj lith SI, 21 'rinil mlULitcs-pnal each h'onr, Leaves 13th 8L and rif mlnulca tiOiir. Leaves 5th SI. and 6lh Avt. 26, 14, mlnutCa'pnsl c'ach bolir. From N.28 p.m.' "J'Jic nriornuoh mho-dulovfor Uluc hdio ejtceplliiK I ha rhnngrjd -na iDlLowsj'.lnc morning nff Bchctlulo rematnlnfr thc> FROM 2 P.M. UNTIL 8 St. cor 3rd Arn. arid 5lh pant each hoyr. leaving N'orlh bridge at 20, 35, past oach" Until further notice, i s ner at ;7. 2u, 3p ami 50 ui> and 5 Mr. FREEMAN, 1'ulillc UUHtlcs. ;