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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. ALBERTA, FRIDAY, DKCEMIiKlt 26, 1913 CENTS NlttJUER 13 I Was No Snow But the Weather Was of the Fine BracmgType POOR REMEMBERED Every Home in the Cily Hac Reason to be Grateful on the Festal Day Christmas iiusscd. off pleasantly in Ltihbridsc. The weatlier was invi; uraliiiK. lr. IT. A. McKlllop, president oi the Children's Aid Society: .'Otr. J. K- Hodgson, treasurer; .Chief: SkcJIon, I'roLation Olficer Lamb, and several ladles, wrio worked hard in getting iv FLKET or DEATH CLEANING THE sou JUVEH INTO LAKE n UK-DX southward, presumably, outside Iletour in Lake Huron, are Victims Mostly Children Attending Christmas Eve Entertainment A CRY OF FfRE [Responsib'e for. a Panic itf The origin of. ttis picture' !s not known vessels that never reaclied'uorl. They were overwhelmed in the great disaster of' N'overpber. Alexander Kennedy, engineer on steamer MeKhistry. lliinks that this plcl'jre was taken'from a boat ahead on November Sth, and .subsequently enlarged to elve MIC striking result ahove. Tiic Atailian. Wesford and Hydrus uiay lie seen, and In tile background, Indistinctly; tlic shadow of the. bow of tile '.Ill-fated James Carruthers. This was the fleet of death. Only the crew ot the Acadian escaped. _ PINEAPPLE JUICE WITH CARBON ATED WATER QREETS'SECRE- TARV OF STATE up Washington, 1ms 'discovered a dinner bever- ngo which.has' eclln.iftt grape juice, even in the estimation.of (he Secre- tary of State.; This novelty ot a din- .er-iueiLU'is tlie'direpL result ot much hou'gbU by.- iiierabers of the diplcmatie.. corps- wishing :to entertain Secretary, and Mrs. Hrynn but-at the, same'time to maintain the hpspitable .cusiom .of their-respective nations uauaijjnnes to guests :u-c" The first whlt-h the beverage was.trted-v.-as that.of the Peruvian Minister and Mme. Peztt While AS RESULT AMONGST UNEMPLOYED CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON Angeles. Dec. hietoric MADE EFFORTS TO GET RID OF PAINTING JN LONDON, PARIS AND NAPLES omen Unusual Accident Occurs Near Canadians Amonqst Victims Crowded Hall at Calumel, Michigan Rome, -Dec. Perugia, a district In the oilier section of 'ui possession.? ihc Angeles, vrbere a riot amoug the Florence _ the famous unemployed men In the' death INVESTIGATEO MOOSE JAW POL- ICE FORCE AND FOUND IT WORTH COMPLIMENTING Moose -Jaw, Sask., Dec. lie-. past niuntbs there has been niiifh criticism of the local po- examined bcr lice force, which" accumulated about a request from a liiivite detcclive. liming the vast itiotith utiKiiowu to cniei oi pont-i1.1 llufialii, V.. Dcv. men were ktliri] bix u-crc iniureil when 1 a railroad igtit, blew up un Krir trad.s a quarter of a east oi fitrcel, near i.ortiicrn city today. The de.t'l ami injured atf John 'Ifiorpc. fjfem.iii, ICrie, Ont. Clushiv Uufialo Ciuslicd Stoiie companyl Tin: ixjfiiED. Joseph (.'orran. Kt. Tilrjin- as. Out-, shouliler liislocateti iind bruised. Adam sn'ilch lender, burn- ed, cut ariil Fred I'larJr. 'I'lionias; brakcman nearby death' of two others. the treat. treat was iirovtd- for liy the Jterald's Christmas fund. Atter the treat ths children were tu an ant't) ride. 3SFJ1 ay o? Adams lilndly loaned -Ills car and another was engaged. Aflei' tlic sl'In in the brac- ing air the children wcro served with n Christmris dinner. The Mission Waa Busy The Nursing Mission workers, rto Bh.KCd in tho seiieroslty of citizens through the. Herald" fund, sent.out. a larso number' ot wel'i sacked ham- pers. Aside from.the many children rcoYldcil with remembrances, over Icvenly ramllics were given a Christ- mas dinner which ieft nothing to bo desi'ed. Thcro was turkeys, puddings, and sweets galore provided, aud the-spir- it ot thu day. pervaded theae homes, which otherwise -would havo fared Efantlly. The Mission also sent out many well-filled which brought the light of joy lo little eyes. 'In riuile a number of homes where dinners were, needed, the children V-.X.-G provided widi giflf. Mr. and Mrs. George Whelen enter- lainetl six little children at Christ- mas dinner, llio suestE being sent by tlio Nursing Mission, as also en "to the: police commissioners- sligliUy tut by the firing (hubris. Uilliain CaLncn.y, brakenun; WiiuJ- sliditlf J. ._ the ball Tiuf ermine caiiif exit .was a. i.arrow ceivcri ai tne next meeting vi the po- lice .coinmissioiicrs, likely tonight. ialo. cnpins was .barely', moving the 'explosion Watch- man -Sp.iEig ;iboiit to btt'p OH the Tciifler. lie was struck', by. the crnwh shiclil and carried over 150 iect. Tirc- Ii is thought :i dozen" otliers were car-" iletl away, by friends. "tl wore inled lip side, (he jjirls numbering 37; tbe boys'; women and five mc3i.. .-Thu' London, ,Ucc.. 2C. Vur- usclli, urciiiilciit of luc Internaliunal forest to the church uhicli he feareil migM, get lost. So trace of dinal's will'has been iouncl. GEO. ZILLIAX DEAD Toronlo, Dec." Z ot 237 Dover Coiirt roail, died today, groui> of young hacliclorf, who enter-. by nccldeil due to laincd a bunch of little boys in lavish gencc in not putting the necessary s in the wheels c? bis cars. In IHB 39lli year. ;Mr.'Zfll1ax weH known throughout the province by the trarfiling as ho'had been _________ manager of tho Queen's hotel, at Or- -y jangeville, for' soino time after' tha the Coroner's jury empanelled dciUl of llis falhei.( who ,L.': to inquire "Into tlio ilc.ith of Arcmon. _____ llloptna, find thAl ho met-his rlcatli J bis ntsii- MKN.WHO.PROBEHIGH'GOST OF EMPEHOa PERSONALLY 1 OPENED THE DIET TokloJ Osc. Emperor .today personally opened the Jap- anese In his EpcecK from the .throne he emphasized the friendly relations .'.xisting be- tween the powers and the strength of. the alliance between. England, and the cor- diality -of Japanese reUtlpns with etylc. At the Barracks forgot .1. 1.11. T. Cbri I o soon forget. They wanted. Their Christmas rthmcr con- of double rations, fruit and tid ami'nt1 Iho close of "repast tliey wrre nllowcd lo smoke away to their heart's lent. MuBlc'wns furnished by a i [Signed) Samuel Jones, foreman: Gcorso Angus, Phillip Ir.gerEoW, N. U. Pitcher, C. Toull, J. H. Wellington.1 This is (he verdict rendered, lato on Wednesday CorQner orated In detoii the of 'the 'in 'tht OK fatal accicicnt. Herald on Wednesday. The funcial of tlioitinfprtLninte min- er was held this aftetnoon from Kct- _j tcrly's narlors (o (he ctcry, Ilev. I-'ilHrnt Otori-.blii, EI Uonmanian priest conducting the sc-rvite. CARS BROKE RUSHED DOWNHILL Cumberland, Maryland, Dec. away from the en- gine After climbing to the top.of what U known as Seventecr.-fyIHe thirty miles west of en the Baltimore Ohio Rail- way, a train of sixty-six loaded cars tore bacfe cfown the hlD be- fore it reached the first cferalling switch, where Itiirlyonc caro v.ere vvreckfrd. It was travelling at high spesd, ar-tl _H, H. a of Keycer, W, Va.f had i been thrown off and killed. BRANDON 'OLD-TIMER DEAD Man., Dec, col- cbrating his sixly-flfth birthday jes- lerday, Win. Flctcijcr .Johnston, old-timer filed tliin morning. DEATH OF SON OF LATE JUDGE ROBERTSON Toronto, Ucc. H. Ko'jcrtson, nssFstant registrar of tho apjjd- Jalo division of .the Supreme Co.nrl, J-3IIN A. MiDOljfiAlJ, 0. 0. .3 AWES invc taken lliis step owing to Ms dissatisbction uiilrllie report oMhp sub-conimiUecs u-itli nhfch he eonMctrrl. He argues that, ll.e suh- comniiltccs1 report lowers {he stand- ard cr safety'Lsijtl lie toiibcq'ticDtly rc- iicii it. A FULL.PORT OF ENTRY Medicine Alia.. .March 1 Metlidim'Hat 'nil] ijccomc'n full i-ort of entry' for'lho customs ilc- paHnicnl, this measu-e being tbrough t'ifi (leprtrlnient of rovenue on accojint.of (Jjq- great .increase of bnetaM.'Fs IrnnsKCted nl Mallcinc tlai inati Thorpe was slamling.un wo me n stood the build'' UiT. Thfc force of the'exphisioii' lilted some daztd by the suddca iho rear oi tlie eiitjiiic upwatil. ami f-roni ho! j clay festivity to tragedy, ol'i- ivhcn it eaiLic down, Tliprpe, who'jiad ers caliltig liyeterlcnly'fcr.n fallen hrUcep the engine and the ten- rhlkT. and a .few even dcr, was (rushed to viol once to ihc rescuers for (hem IIHC'K. There not. inucli for the doctpis v.liy liurricd lo the ?oon tiie 'was 'for' (hose who were not killed in rush were held upright ant) safe by the force of the onrush. Only three.'' of ihe injured were taken to.- ilospitrils, aud a few went home Uie assistance of- friends, i Eager Expectation many aays ttio children of cojiper mine striliert; Iiad waited ex--" rectantly for Iho Chrlsimus erclscs that had been arranged the aiurHifiry ot the Tho Itorrlcn (iovernnient a commission of three to iincsli- Iho high .cost of Hvlng In Canada in to ninny 'repeals died today in rilft.crilh'year. wns i All (hreo men ore fe'rlcrnl oiliciaU, John McDoiigal, C M. tho Eon of the Tfltc ,Hoti. Jl. tliicf cormnlssloner of rusloms; 'C. C.-.fanie-s, chief advisor on nil agricultural Tlohcrtsciii. of ihb iiipr'tTne 'court of I mailers to Hon. Martin H. Coafs, chief autlstlcfin of the JmJkiary for I Lnljor'Dep'artmetit." TRY AND. SETTLE STRIKE retary of Labor today or- tfercd John ,B.. Dpnsmore, solici- tor of the department to CaFunicl, to render iny acsist.incc possible In Feltrihg the'copper strike situ- sljcn. ''The Christmas Eve tratjcdy. in which civenty two' livse the serrelary said, "was a matter Dec. Th.0 .Chjtfijinag had. i'.i. effect, on Dr. Allan, 1-eon Mexico, wlrenjit tho'.fipc-, cial hold. yesterday: inoinlpff in -tho--Iocal Unptlst chureTi he (leposUerl A niarkrrt cheriiio for oh tho ccl- -I fecilon 'When 'itie'rld- 4 era ffrst eaw-the thoy Ihoirghl it was a rfila- a nolo ed that llic money was to Lo Hfcd for A new church mut par- BREAK IN "THE INTAKE PIPE- CENTRE OF CITY: is. MOST AFFECTED Quo., Dec. -O.-r-OwIng' 10 break m tlio intake pjpe serving :the :ity waterworks fy.slein, tho 'Jontrcr.l wctc wlihciit tci according to iidvlrcs from ?I-G nil, nil] prp.cticaUy-bc ii for vcra! days. Tl'.c have .o buy aerslctl the: ton, of .Miners The O'jii'.ent set fcr t'je early and the hall, nhirh is on the second'' WES soon filled to its limit The'- tho'tity ofiiclais have urgint; ?anlcary pirtiiits hy .Accounts of l a nolii. frr morning cbYa l poor being by [.cojiip ut-rc rwchx-rl at the city tiaH. fiUnattou ninre hour. -There' l> cj'avo Ir-ntrcr H lire "iroal: ont-doMi town." Raise Revenue By Tax On Music children" selected to write verso.? and sing earo's had- tjart of tiic prograninif, men relucted to play the of Santa' Clans hid started -to distribute large number or presents piled around the tree. It tl.iteil tliat an intoxicated rr.fth.j coining up lo Iho hall from hi'o'.v, was for'the alarm' o." fire. Requests to. fnvescfgate Dec- to I'rcsidont Wilson M.' Sioycr. jircsitlcnt of Western FeJfira-. ticn of .Miners for a, federal inycsli- .y.-itioa of clrcLiinstancea: sniroiindirig- tlic-flrc horror Rt-Calumet. lorfay to iho M i'nss Chrislian, Miss., Ly licriic, .ctcd to Ucc: All firs Id bj> sub- annual la.xMn {lib jnion of Tirino, According" (6 .sion. reached today by thc.CaAcounl itliorHkc, uho have; been scoklngj -r_ new Fonrces of' tcvcmta. The ayors of. ttie .-.villages and ;rrtl liave 'bccti all rrfflTios, In fhe{ iiischohfa their' jurisdiction! Tlie (Xinioii. of tlrlno.js oil the atirfii ylde of the Alps, i APPLICATION HAS BEEN London, Dec. petition of'.the Canadian Picfffft.-; Railway Co, to ihe Austrian ernmcnt for permission to resume.' 5lt full sctfvities In eluding the of grants, has betn The Ncue Freie Prcsse learns that the government wJII rot givti'' ih'e docired .'pftrmlsiidn the result 'tlis.. Judltlal. quiry v.hkh-fs now proceeeHng-i r'; f ;