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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE "Good Store, I notice most live stores carry Holeproof Hose" The best stores in Canada sell Holeproof Hose simply for these style thoy are made in all weights, and six pairs are guaranteed to wear six months without holes or you get hose free. We pay an average ot 74c per pound for the yam in Holeproof. Common yum sells for 32c. But ours is the_fineat yarn obtainable. Such yarn means and comfort, for it doesn't depend on bulk for strength. The best stores know that Holeproof is standard, that it lives up to these facts. That's why they sell it. And more than a Million ens- totturs, who know too, are now buying Holeproof Hose. Sec the new colors that are fashionable now. Try the merino for men and women or the sheerest cotton weights. HOLEPROOF HOSIERY CO. OF CANADA, Ltd., London, Out. JLM'perbox and up (or six pairs of teen's; per box and up for six pairs of women's and caldron's; per box four pairs of infante1. Above buses guaranteed six moQtbs. 1.00 per tbree pairs of children's, guaranteed three months. 12.00 ptr bos for three pairs of men's Holeproof for-three pairs of women's silk Holaproof stockings. Boxes of silk guar- thMf months. (5M) The Simpson Co. Limited Agents for LethbrUge Belfast; Ireland, July Full mili- tary honors 'were accorded by the "Ul- ster volunteers today to Sir Edward Carson, the Irish .Unionist leader, Tvhefl he arrived, with the J-Jarquia ot (London derry, Viscount CasUereagh, H. Long, Ronald Sic Neill and other. tJnlonlst members of Parliament to attend the meeting of the Ulster provisional government. A guard of honor, composed oC four hundred armed volunteers, and fifty armed motor-cycle despatch riders, escorted the 'leaders to the roBidence of Captain James Craig, the military leader, where they will remain for a fiveok. The Intentions of the provisional government hive not been disclosed, but' one object of the meeting is the arranging of an impressive celebra- tion on the twelfth 'of July, or "Or- angemen's in order to sliow the 'government and the. people of Great Britain that nothing but the absolute exclusion of Ulster from the opsra- tion of the Irish Home Rule bill vHI satisfy them. Major-General .Sir Cecil MacReady, Jivhd is' in command of the military in theyBelfast district, has been in con- ference with Premier Asquith regard- ing the situation, and the police have instructed- to net with, great care, so as to give no excuse for an outbreak. Cartridges in Cement London, July 10. While, men were loading cement on the at fitocktoii-on-Ttes, 'one ftf the bags and among -the cement were found a number of cartridges. Exam- ination revealed a large number in the Dags. The vessel sailed later for Bel- fast. The police bave been informed that the police four trucks in which cartridges were found mixed with cement. A case containing twenty-four revolvers, with one hun- dred cartridges for each, was seized at (Londonderry. TOOK A BIG DHOP Superior, WIs., July 0. Sixteen T'orkfng men were injured this morn- ing when a Billings Park street car jumped the tracq on, the down grade and plunged' off the Twenty-first E't'reet viaduct for a drop or twenty feet. Al lof the victims arc painfully cut, and bruised, but none of their in- juries will prove fatal. SCHOOLS Mechanical Drawing Grade G. W. Kemmis; 2, A., McDonald. Grade Young; "vV. Richardson.. Grade C. Fullerton; 2, W. Dunham. Sewing Grade bag showing back- stitch; 1, Eva Bisset; 2, May Hop- Grade overcasting and hemming: 1, Christen1 Necson; 2, Grace Parson. Best Alls Donald; 2, Vcn- ata Hop-wood.'' Best bag with' Bisset; 2, Daga Sanquist.. School- Drawing Best selected exhibit of Color Draw- Eric Cowe, 2, Jane Donaldson, V. Central. Grade VI. Esila McKaln; 2, Cecil Htitton. Grade VII. Emil Kaake; 2, Doris Cocq. School Nature Study Best collection, of Miss Bentley; 2, Miss Armstrong. Best .collection of: insects made by pupil or L. Bentley; vent. Girls' Cooking Loaf of Bread, Graham or White Grade Magell Stevenson; 2, Florence Bailey. D. Richardson; Sara Wosyling. Grade Lilian Bailey; 2, I: Smith. Grade Sang; M. Marrs. School Flowers Best Arthur Mcllvena, Westminster; 2, Janet Mcllvena, West- minster... Best window Miss Currie, FleeLwood; 2, Miss Gray, Central. Best dwarf Alien Ridpath, Westminster; Wat- kin, FleeLwood (Grade Best Lottie Blunt, Cen- tral; 2, Douglas Steel, Central. Best .Tohni Komas, Ga1- braith; 2, Alia Central. Best Alice Donald, Fleet- wood; 2, Flora Hanihi, Westminster, Safe ami Sure Bfiotild be your relief from indi- gestion, biliousness, or consti- pation. Known to be reliable and famous for their prompt and certain Beecham's Pills Uml S.b An7 M-JklK. h Ih. World. LICENSES' ISSUED BY THE PROVINCE F. G. Porster, chief license inspect- or, reports tlmt the Liquor License branch the Aitorney-Oenera'i's de- iiartment, .has Issued the following li- censes: Hotel licenses, 268; wholesale licenses, fi5; bartenders' 586; brewery licenses, 7; dining car licens- es, 3; commercial travellers' licenses, 5; pool room licenses, 261. ANOTHER U.S. RAILWAY GOES INTO RECEIVER'S HANDS Marietta, Ohio, .Tuly 10.---The Mari- etta, Columbus'; ft Cleveland Railroad, the o.f a re- jceiver by a court order. 'Daniel B. I Torpey was named receiver. Tho nc- I tlon res'u'lted' frbm a suit fllod against .the comnaTiy by the Knicz- erbgcltcr Trust CD, F. MINI. 1 liEI HE Gassy, Dusty With Poor Ven- Formerly Lived tin Lethbridge I-Hllcrest, Alta., July so thoroughly to any other so far given BO as to be almost startling, was that of Francis Aspiimll at the IliUcrest Inquiry this afternoon. He described the mine as very dusty, as, a gaseous mine, and in respect to thu present 'workings of tiie fan, ,tbo ventilation was very bad. He declar- id the .splits, -had been decreased by tlia reversing of fan No. 2, and ho ev- en went as far as to admit it would he fair to say that such conditions might he responsible for such an explosion as that of June, 19. Had you been inspector here, and after inspection found that No. 2 fan had been reversed, what would you have ashed Mr. Palmer. :'I would have either shut the mine down or prosecuted the was Mr. Aspinall's startling rejoinder. "What, is your opinion of fire boss- es 'who come here, and say they can- not state the number of men working in their respective districts in mine at the time oE the asked Mr. Palmer. "I would say they are re- sponded the witness. Mr. Aspinail IB a district inspector, with jurisdiction over the Calgary dis- trict and normal authority over the Crow's Nest Pass district since the resignation of A. N. Scott on May 12 this year. He 'had been inspector in this district a year or before and his report 12, 1912, as to ven- tilation and the existence of gas had been so condemnatory as to even 'HO so far as to recommend the withdraw- al of men from certain parts of the mine. Mine. Was Very Dusty "The condition of the mine then was he asserted, in reply to Mr. Palmer, and after- an inspection since the explosion he had arrived at the conclusion that no'w it is even worse. "Then you would consider it very asked Mr. Palmer. "Yes, very replied Mr. As- pina-IIi, "How compare it as to WHO _IS THIS MAN? Medicine Hat, Alta., July Three men in a boat last even- ing discovered the naked body of a man about forty years old "i'oating river. The body well preserved, and drown- ed probably quite recently. There is no clue as to his name. gas In respect to other mines in this he: was asked. "H IB he asserted. Operating Against Law The witness.who through ibis long experience 'with mines and his offi- cial position, is on the stand as an ex- pert witness, would describe. Hillcrest iniiie as gassy. -He declared that he would consider the reversing of fan No.. 2 to' a" forcing fan as very bad in respect to ventilation, and his declar- ation'that the number of splits bad been decreased by the reversing ot the fan. Intimates, that the company'was operating in kcoutraveu tlon of the Mine Act by "working too many men in a split or ventilating district. The cause of the existence of gas in the mine he would'attribute to improper ventilation, and he deprecated the sys- tem1 of. passing- the air used to ven- tilate one part'of the mine through, to another part percentage of gas in the "would1 not be increased, however, he admitted' to Mr. Mac- lead in. cross-examination. MICHEL ODDFELLOWS' INSTALLATION Pernie, BiC., July Dep- uty James McNichols and a party of to Michel last evening, and installed the officers of the local lodge there. Mr. McNichols is installing the officers of the Fer- nie lodge-tonight, after 'which a ban- quet will be held. BANDIT'.FOUND DEAD Quebec, Que.> July Moraud, the ViHeroy bandit, who shot Alphonse Charland1 and seriously Tvouiidedv'twft Jother men at Villeroy, was fojind.flead ia. a hut in the woods. When in Rome do As the Romans But when in the West do as the J" majority of Westerners do. Drink' BLUE TEA You will then be sure of getting the best Tea sold Bend this Advertisement with to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Tht best'cook' book for uie In Western Canada! Write name and address plainly. CHOICE LAMB VEAL AND WETHER MUTTON For Tomorrow AH Grown in Southern Alberta Delanys Limited Phone 452 REPORT OF DISASTER TO MEM- BERS OF STEFANSON EX- PEDITION NOT AUTH. ENTIC Seattle, Wash., July rev- enue cutter Bear with Capl. Robert A. Bartlett, late oi the Stcfanson exploring ship Karluk, u'ilt sail from Nome, according to advk-cs received today, probably within a week from Wraiigle Island, ofi Urn coast of Alas- ka, to lake ofi eighteen white mt-u and four Eskimos, one (if them a wo- man, wliu have- been on the Island since March 10, when -they arrived from the scene of the wreck of the Karluk. Captain BarlleU said the report that eight members of the ex- pedition were lost was an error. The Karlvtlc was crushed by ice on January 10, north oi Herald Island. The men took all the provisions off the ship and placed them on the ice, also everything else of value on the boat, which sank the next day. Her- ald Island was in sight 'to the south and two parties set out for the Isl- and, but were unable to land. A. description of -their experiences sent by Bartlett to Ottawa en to mean that the parties did not afterward rejoin their comrades. This.however, Bartlett said yester- day, was an error. The whole party made their way to Wrangle Island. Then Bartlett and an Eskimo and a team of dogs set out over the ice for North Cape Siberia" and crossed the Siberian Peninsula to Bering Sea, finally arriving at Nome. About.the same time a party of men went back over the ice to got supplies left at the scene of the wreck. It is to be supposed that they returned safely as the, journey was nofc long or dangerous. The white men now on Wrangle Island are: Henry' Beuchat, anthropologist; B. Jarne Mamcn, assistant topographer; Dr. A'lister Forbes Mackay, surgeon; George S. Malloch, geologist; Wil- liam Laird MoKinley, magnetician James Murray, ocuanographer jr Alex- ander Anderson, first mate John Munroe, first engineer Charles Bar- ter, second mate Robert Williamson, second engineer F. W. Maurer, fire- man George Bredby, John Brody, Thomas Morris, H. King, A. Williams, seamen Robert Temple- ton, steward Ernest Chase, cabin boy. So far as is known, none of the men suffered any serious mishaps. They have an abundance .of food and clothing, and. have' excellent dog teams. With the return, of the wild fowl in spring they were able to change from pummican 'to Tho length1 of -time required for the Bear's voyage to Wrangle -Island de- pends on the condition of the sea. ,The Island is said to be difficult to land on, owing to the ice. STEEL CO. IN HANDS OF RECEIVER Alton, IH., July Alton Steel Co., capitalized at 'was placed In the hands of a receiver today on the order of Madison County Circuit court. The Ancient Aztecs Chewed Gum They chewed "chicle" made by boiling down the sap of the Achras sapote tree. This same wholesome chicle, prepared by modern, perfected processes, in the most up-to-date, sanitary chewing gum factories in the world, forms the basis of delicious People in every walk of life today find beneficial, long-lasting enjoyment in this economical, appetizing and digestion-aiding confection. The new air-tight, damp- and dust-proof seal insures your getting it clean and fresh at all times. The biggest money's worth of enjoyment you can find for Every Package Tightly Sealed Chew it after every meal MADE IN CANADA. Wm. WrigleyJr.Co., Ltd.. 7 Scott Street, TORONTO NEW ALUMINUM B-tBTS The Latest in Footwear TRY OUR APPETIZING AND TEMPTING Gooked Meats THIS HOT WEATHER Like all our Meats, our Cooked Meats have known excel Hence THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET v "The highest in quality but not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHQNE 492 ;