Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, January T> A FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY Wire or write.us for quotations on car load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary Post Office Box. Calgary, Drawer 107 HE FOLLOWED MOISSANT TO GRAVE Hoxsey, Another Daring Aviator, .Was Killed at Los Angeles 1 Los Angles, Following quick lly upon the fatality to Moissant at Mew Orleans came the death of Arch, crash. He uttered but one, word "Uo4" his legs gave way beneath him. and ho fell in the roadway, "Al- though he had been iu several seri- ous -accidents himself, he arose thor- oughly uuuerved and cried like a ctmu." At: that time the field announcers were running up and down, shouting through'their megaphones "No cause for alarm, Hoxsey is alright. "But Brooklns was" not convinced. a shouted back at one of. the announcers is know and he again burst into tears. Hoxsey's mother yesterday after- noon In Pasadena bore up under ..the shock with an exhibi- tion of coinage chat had characteriz- ed her son. tfte .noted aviator, here to- Hoxsey, day. Gross currents, whirled off by a va- grant storm that floated in from the sea, caught his biplane and shot him downward feet to the earth, catching his frail machine as he. was one c! SHOT BULL IN MISTAKE FOR DEER 13. C., Jan. F. Wcb- The Waddington- Stuckey Co. MERCHANTS Timothy, .Alfalfa, Brpme and Upland Oats, Wheat, Bran, Rolled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes always in stock. Office, Johnson Blk. Phone Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 glides, that are dangerous even in the-j to town after weather, ins warring: spo-.ied with it a moment and. then hurled it to the ground. When the field attendants reached the spot where the tangled.-" pile ofj wreckage lay, Hoxsey was dead. Oucl iside or the face whose engaging sraJie 5, a s at iiie iattei' p IS A KNIGHT Several Canadians Honor- ed by His Majesty the King London, Jan. the New rear honors conferred by the King CONSERVJ United States Government To Pay More Attention To Washington, Dec. War: De- partment has for the time being turn- ed Us attention from armament, .jsteel plate ami explosives to the purpose-.0' doing something in the way ,of con- serving the lives of the army and navy units, by making au investlgation'of a Advertiicment new discovery which many Ihc-offi-i cers feel, quite cortain will have the! In iHi bad are some oi the effects oi conv reliable remedy aWi 1 boat eracuaat i empties the bowels without aftfhtett discomfort aivi turttftf the' rest of the system. Constantly increased daces are hot Ux. Ifjwur druettet not 2Sc. will thai. DiW Chemical TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR CAUSES MONTREAL LAW SUJT Skin are the'following; Hon. A. B. Ayles-j of' .making the camp, barracks worth, K; C., Minister of Finance, to I andMenled field healthful places to be K. C. M. C., and the following are e m- appointed Knights Bachelors, Said Price of Seal Less Thar. Three- Dollars iia'u. CJ. T.- Townsend, Chief Justice of Nova Scotia; McKenzie, pres- ident of the C. N. R.; Geo. C. Gib- Dons, K. -London, Ontario, mem- btr of the Waterways commission .and -Thomas Tait, lately Tne thermometer went down to 20 degrees, below on Saturday and 'A. j chairman of the board of railway com- a Victoria mlssloiicrs Victoua- Balfour of BurleJgh and Lord Sunday, many people getting frost- Kobson are.appointed G. C. M. G. the tht sudden change of the former in" connection Vith Canada, Sn the West ladies, and tte latter in connection Dafl of North faeries 'ar- spectators duringdhe meet J. Two, local.sports had to pay for had bee'n crushed.- shooting a raacher's; bull in; mistake j The dclaved Christmas tree was 'Body.'Fearfully -Crushed-.' His almost human the grand stand witnessed the tra- gedy as it occurred, "directly facing them on the opposite side given on. .New Year's crt course... They sat' in awe stricken "dit is due to the local.lodge of "SJ silence, until the-.announcer gave the news through a megaphone. The aviator had been in the air an nour and a half when the .'iccident oc- curred and had sailed again over the Daily Graphic says that public endorse. the It is no new thing for the War De- NOT A BANK Understood That Hat a Mortgage on Dfc. J7J. of the anteo Company, Montreal, Dec. 3U.-The Supreme Jment is apprbximatelyycbrrect court will be called to decide a-nf fK Inrone of th irra appeared -au Ite'm partnieut to bt investigatine the work, due to a typographical error of which of scientific men who have .improved j me' outcome was a law suit 'taken by upon some means of taking life, buc A, L. de Martigny afaiust a local fur that is warfarc, and is second nature jc to those men of might and deeds. It appears., lo be a step in the right' di-. the advertisement and. m the sum of f 2.95. ny insisted that the "d-. been repeated' and that he Lieutyjol. N. II. Smith, of the House of Commons; Is created C. M. G. Among the. Honors conferred in con- childfen were catered for. The has given satisfaction ta nedy-, oi Michel, supplied goods. the summit of Mount Wilson, which he s Steadman Las resigned had crossed twice before during the position as J.' P. i his John Whyte, a former meet. Walter .Brooitins, who origin- ated the spiral glide and the dip which brought Hoxsey to his death, was standing in front of the press his colleague of tut Wright ream- perform. Then the shout went up "Hoxaey At the same a 'sigh. ,or gasp, .not loud of a ross from the pack-. ed" stand. That "Single suppressed in Michel. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS South Africa: .Dr. Leander-Starr JamT eson, member of Federal Parliament at the famous raid of Transvaal in becomes a baron- et. The premier's list of honors com- prises six privy councillors, the most (notable of whom are Alexander Gilbert, Hansellman, a farmer near'liam -Murray, ..Master" of Elibank tht North Bay had his feet frozen and chief Liberal whip. The most likely they both had to be amputated. ,to strike: public-attention among the Jas. of the late" Knights are Joseph Lyons an Anglican minis-: Henry J. Wood and Sidney Colvin. Du Bonnet, Man. Her .given as 1Q2. Some women save only a dollar or, _______________ so now and then through reading tne occurred here, today.'of Benton.-rJH. "Others save .SOMETHING on -Uodge, member.of 'the legislature for DODGE DEAD death er of, Ridgetown, was the only sound that at the borne "of" his daughter, tho ground ,for full 20 every purchase they make King's coun'fr "'riod-e w Mrs. P. A. CaughelS, Pennington, N arter .the accident. Brookins besides, acquiring a .buyer's redu- land had- been in J- Jed at the sound and saw thejcation! Jyea B time the department experts have ever recommended that the gov- a right to get the coat at" the price advertised. He' refused to take the crnment take over for .its ownership money back, and now through .h'li at- auy discovery outside of those of ar-jtorney, delivery of the' coat.. mament, plate or defence. "An" emasr sary is. being, sent ;to Prof. Ca-rel to enter. into negotiations, and for. the first time in its history, the United States government may go into the germicide business." ENGLISH OFFICER WINS MICHELIN CUP Aldershot, Eng., Dec. Frank Cody, head -of the ballooning department of-the-British War office, today won.; the British Michelin cup for duratioti.and-distance for 1910, by flying 190 miles IE four hours and 50 minutes. The" ended Cody's aeroplane" accidentally touched ground. Sopwlth, also competius: to- made 150 miles over a marked circuit The best previous flight for this competition was "made by. AVOgil- vle, who flew 130 miles last Wednes- I years. legislature for He. was 63. years old.; BANKER MAY RETIRE London, is said that Sir iiirnest Cassei, the 'banker and pniYan-' vail retire from business at the the year; company hold B the mortgage I ;pn tonds of the: Keeley" Mine'I Aiked as to whether the a secured he make any Btatement, and Clarkson, the If it a secured creditor Ity would' probably coyer close .on which the Farmera'Bank statement tecured creditori of the binlr in that .event, Jugt tJiii to count upon mate O. M.'Johnson was burled rocks llde -at' KananatkU, PRINCE ALBERT BUYS A STEAPyiBOAT Prince Dec. only one adverse ratepayers here today voted to spend twenty-six thous: and dollars to build a steamboat' and a string of barges toi :haul stone, and gravel 'for city; work from twenty-five miles down the The same boat and the same barges ser- vice" in hauling cement arid other con- struction material city power works at on the Saskatchewan river, which will be started in the ROBBERS Beatrice, AT WORK IN Dec. .SlJ KANSAS 'blew open the safes in.the Citizens and State banks' at Kan- sas, and escaped "'The Cit- izens bank lost and 'the "state bank The were wrecked. The robbers cut: the phone TTires leading'to Maryyiile, Kan- There were five men in, the gans. who'escape'd is now thoroughly to turn out: first claiijirork'-''' in every branch- of the Yo.ur; watch, ware, or; jewielrir'-milL-Jiirti our" personal attention. V GRESSIVE TOWNSITE OF 1911 i-' A few Reasons Why You Should Buy Kipp NOW 1. The Junction of 3 lines of Railway at KIPP 2. The C. N.R. and G. T. P. are coming to KIPP 3. i he Centre of a Coal Area where many men will find employment 4. A rich Farming Country surrounding KIPP 5. ONLY 6 DAYS IN WHICH TO BUY AT ORIGINAL PRICES 1 s Start the New Year Righl lesolve to be Progressive. Share i in PHONE 1343 COR. ROUND DUFFERIN STS.