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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta T11K l-ETHBKIPGE DAILY HERALD June IS, Judgment in Miner's Action Under Compensation (or Injuries at Fernie Herald bas received a copy of the srd of His Uouor Judge son iu ita case ol Mitttctufc Crow's jXest Pass Coal Co. Ltd, aa nctleii by ol a miner for the Act. As ctse ol eEjw'-i inkiest to ail mia- a-d general lo att 'ors. the HeraM publUhes HVs Honor's findings: This case arose out of ibe iroja sDOws'lde nhlch occurred at Creek. B. C, on the SOth of Ue- cember. in Tkhicb. tii uieu wore and eettral InjtrftJ. ID 1SOG there was a ia tiie same l) which tilled one man, aud In the Nest Hiss Coal Co. Ltd, owes ard operate? tbese tsines f-rccted on niouatain Irom ibe cf tr.e accident guard or "cog" which lo leaded to break the force of and protect the wo rime a beneath. TEns prelection adequate u? until Ihc ivLaUr of 191M3. when on the or ibom a. mlue A mine It deiJiKJ as beius one to nhich the CoaV Regulation Act allies. In the Coal Mines Act, ioctlou 3, a mine t other ihiojs works ia aud ediactnt to anil lu.g to a coal mine. This case seems to me to b? much thau Ellison SOB, (4 AY. C. C, acd m mat lug my final award 1 Dentil tbax ihe plsce vibere the is ulth.u She meaning of Section 1 ot ihe Coal Mtacs and Is a work to a iclne. "Dailies ulih the sWQSd objection. it U rot uectssarj lor ine'lo discuss M length toe authorities citing It, 1 bate already In ihe case of Crow's Ncsl Pats Ccal Co, Ltd lu that case ibe de- teased "was killed while working la a place scow sUcEefr had not pre- viously occurred, and there no fiwUI danger from snow slides Tbe enow slide had been occasioned by extraordinary and ab-j normal conditions ot weather, aad 1 j hold that ho and not Incurred a risk specially connected, or Incidental to: his employment, ana tbst the accl- j did tot arise out of A Few Details of our Greatest June E.J.HILUCO. HIRE FINGER tVERY AMBULANCE AND NUM- EROUS DOCTORS, AND CONSTABLES MET THE PATIENT bis emploj nienl. In ihU case ihere hid been sUiles, a man hsd bc-en fcUted by a slide at this morning of the December, just point, and a cog ivas ertcied for the a few "oiomec-tg after the men haU I or direr ling scow slides Irom gone co vrorfe. a ssowslide occurred place. Had tbe cog not been carried before it. A. for the P. S. Wilson Esq.. atd S, Kerch- mer, Esq, appeared for tbe reapond- ects. The Judge Ruled: 'This is an applicaiLOn under ibe Vv'orVmen'e CcmpensatJoa Act, made by tbe applicant, as widow ot Billy erected there U uo doubt but that a snow slide would be j risk Incidental to the deciastd's Ceu I hold that prevenllve mea- sures were which "were appar- ently sufficient lor snow slEdes thit fcad occurred, and because a larger against which tbo preventive meas- Mafilchuk, a to killed tbe vibile Calvary, Jtioc IT. in town with numerous stretch-iatbitraiioa i ets, doctors, nurses, constables and Qn Of r.tuspaper men gathered to meet 3pPHcani. ti.c -.ustbound train this moroiDg wss said'to be bringing nine dead men from an eiplcsion near lioise Sfaoe Falls at tfcret o'clock shop on tbe company's premiEeg at Ccal Creek At the hearing of the arbitration I leave to the cant to include in his request for psrtlcuUys, unhorn a claim of the this morning. Wftea tbe (rain arrived the Srsl aid was cot heeded, for only oae dcirained livm the train a slight abrasioa OD the httle FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICE Oltavra, June !or a Eleanor lo be know as tfcc Scout 'arc Jo be called shortly by the department, of marine and fisheries, Ttc vessel to fce used in light' house'service between Montreal and tfce Welland wilt 155 lest locg. The ship is to be built in Canada. The folldTlnj admissions made by ibe respondents: c' r.ctice "or deceased em- cotapacy at tte time of the claim for cocipeniatipi by.' of Ills, That the accident arose ia the course of ibe deceased's employ- ment, but not out of employment. "Tha questions tbat are left, and whtcb bsve been raised br the iheref o re, not sufficient, tho rl sk that ran from was not con- with, or incidental, to bis em- ploycenl! I do not tbiok'1 could; the lery fact of raeasuies be- ing taton would la itself show tbal there was a rlsfc, and this, fact, along h the evidence tbax anow slides had OLcurred 'at this would cause me in making-.a finding, that ifce accident arose rot- only in (he course of. but also QJt'cr, the man's employment, AS? to ibe third- Queetion ol de- rendency. There' iVno'dcubt but ibal-the applicant was at .the ttme of her husband's dependent upon and tb'ere is-no'tloubf but tbat a child en SB mere is a de- pendant." Ocean Coal Uialivo I are different in that'thcy, 1 do not. gripe, purge-nor cause nor does H continued use lessen their i You 'can t always i depend on them. 25c. a bor at your sponding counEel are. first, that there sti" is the place waere the deceased 'was tilled 'on, in, or absut' Second, tbat the ac- Co. Ltd.) final award condJiioa o hold In msklag a Clearing Sale It's the one sale of the year that the public have hill confidence in. We'say clearing sale, and mean it. Our buyers are leaving shortly for Europe and the East, and we want them to feel that the decks are clear and that they are open to buy quantifies. They have the cash lo 'pay spot, and save dis- count. But just Itiok at these prices for the next day or two The June Sale Event of Waists A Tip-top Suit {or a Man This should attract the ladies who make this a point to stock up for their summer requirements Lovely white Lawn and Mull and Muslin nlso Chambrays, Ginghams, pretty black and while stripes, plain Cham bray. Lots of Shirt Waist styles and Blouses. A great'choice at (he clearing a snap........................... We'll continue that sale of Ladies' 95 This will pass all other Suit a'June Sale of Men's Excellent Tweed and Worsted Suits, all the latest Spring Styles, but are all A.I. 1913 styles and shades; you'll find your size in this lot of ?20.00 and New Spring Suits if you come early, at the JUNE SALE PRICE...............'. s, all the latest A Hat Sale of interest for Men too Oxfords and Misses' Boots worth yip to for Arc you getting vour'share of this wonderful June Clean-up Sale of line Footwear.. Some fine shoes in Patent, Tans, or Ox Blood Oxfords, Pumps and Girls' Boots. Values up (o JUNE SALE It's our June Clean-up Sale of all odd lines of Men's Sofi Felt Hats. All shapes and colors and good just broken lines.1 Perhaps just the shnpe and hat you are looking for. Well, all these and Hats are going to be cleared at this JUNE SALE AT........................ and good c 25 Men's Pants, and for Pure Silk Gloves for 95c Black "of while, pure sitk Gloves, el- _bow length, Mousquilaire style, perfect fitting. '--It's our June Clearing Sale. Regular pi'.25, sale price............ 95c Now Men, (his is your chance (o get a pair or of these strong good looking and stylish Pants, good for -.vorking or I If I street Avear, it's one of our June Clear- -W ing lines; 1'anfs all sizes, Reg. to. Sale price per pair............ good summer vests now -TKe Best Corset in the Gity .V be- lltho cident did cot arise out of dt- tfaej employmeDt, In .iliat risk. was not specially iacidental lo ,the deceased's Third, soge question i1 en as lo the dependeccj', in that the after tbe deceased's death, bis brother, who Is now supporting her, and who Is earn- ing' more money than the deceased was at the "time of his death; ar.d in that there la" a child or children still unborn, "Dealing ifce first objection; ihe act applies to employment on, In, uO'doze'n-pn sale Fine Motb'-Cottoh sleeves ribb or plain, lace trim- elastic.' An ideal cool vest, Regular' 25c and 30c. JUNE SALE 15c be'.brought-up laler. "1 will a slated case en any or all or the aiiore questions to the respondents if ihe> so desire, Olher- wise an application may he mrnle be- fore me on motion for a final award and an apportionment of the moneys. "G. H, THOMPSON'. ArLUrator.1; 'JUNE" SALE PRICE, 93c PAIR this line-of extra .-fine Couiil Cofaeier Rust-proof, and a 'splendid.model for'summer dresses, A 'gsirfer supports, in everyway up to date Sale The June Sale Event of Dresses Now- for the warm Lawn and Embroidery Dresses in white, elegant Dresses'in shades of champagne, pink, sky or mauve. The styles and the variety of is impossible to put here in printer's ink We sajy- come' and, see price. You will find them on display. Dated June 13, 1 GREAT SUFFERER Tells How She Was Rutored .To Health by LydiaE.. VegeU- ble Compound. POLITICS SEEMED TO CUT BIG 'FIGURE WITH NEW -YORK ALDEHMEN Xcw York. June hoard of aldermen reieckcl yestcraas' KAISER'S JUBILEE REACHES CLL MAX IN VISIT FROM ALLIED RULERS BerUn, June 17. Kroiwor Wil- liam's siUcr jubilee, has filltti Lfound theworld be- has done so much for me. Fur two I wis 50 run down thit I wis an able to do my work.' f had female weaknefi and dread- fill iKTiodif pains, and t now lamwcllofallUieae I Ly- j vole of -15 to 29 its special police in-! tlie Herlm with the, Ivcstigating cornmittee report that j gayest crowds of celebrants been them among Ihe other: in the capitol, reached'its climar to- Imissioner Waldo frnm olfice. The re-iercigns ar.d cloitd a gala din- port was a Majority prepared'ncr this tvenilip, followed hr a Pio aflcr an ir.riuiry made subsequently torchlight pincession of slu- :o the murder of Herman rtfits. Kinprcss, although some- :hc gambler, by gunmen hired hy lor-In hat bj the continuous festiv- mtr Police Lieutenant Charles Beck-lilies, bcjinnjns with I'tinccss Vic- toria Louise's was nevcr- The refusal to adopt Ihe report fol-r Iheless presfnt The Kins cl Saxouj n-ed a wordy wrangle in nh'rch it'proposed a toast'lo the Emperor, freely charged by the many I who replied uiih gratelul ackcowl- democrals and b) fusionists. that jcdgcu-tnt cl the loyal -jid lhat has politics behind both the olwajs been granted him by his (iio E. PinUuun's Vegetable Compound, Liver Fills and Sanative Wash. J give you'permisslon to publish this letter to help others." Wn.rp.ED MAR- CHAND, BOJC Kt, Tilbury, Ontario, Can. Caw of-Mrh-Iullr. take'pleasure !n tal periodic jiair.s, >nd had a displace- ment, ind'reuived benefit from the T'WM idvjjed. to Uke Lydia E. Pinkhmra 's Vegetable Compound, Mrs. Wiiy Ogdea LIAM- If you doubt tfcat Ljdta E. PiakbMi'i Dress for L J. HILL HO. preparation ol the document and tho opposition to its acceptance- brother The torchlight procession stalled at j o'clock anri ov-cupied sn hour and a quarter in passing. The stu- dcnU, mounted, in vehicles ar.d afoot. thr. vati colored caps and ribbands, and the picturesque in- signia of Ihcir corps, paraded past the rasfle, on halcoay seated the Kmptror and Kmprcss and other scncreijrns The cheering nas [unending and tho Ktnperor howcd London, Out, -tune i spc- 'smilingly ar.d saluted continuously, cia) convrndon ol the Western UnUJThe. visilfns so-.erjijtis started lor versltjr held waUrday. degrees ofjlheir homes tonight, doctor of diTtnlty.-r.onota ran'sa were 'The day of the yester- conlsned on nev. Principal C. C. in the celebration, of the. corn- Welter o! Huron college Ilei. T. B. p'.elion ol 25 >cars' rclgn-hy Kmptr- or V.'illinn, siicteeded today by that of allied sDierenna cl the fed- gavc the sor.s of the empe.ror. a busy session in ious stations- They gathered at noon1 in the pillar hall or and then were present at a stats, tan- tjuel presided over hy llic I'mperor. The pillar hall is not io that nf the castle ordinarily used for stale functions- H is .situated in thfe por- tion rlcvolcil to privafe aparlraents' of the imperial family and en to enahlr the Kmpress -Augusta Victoria, is indisposed to. parli- with tlir Kmperor .re-, ccplicn ot the German rulers. J The I'rincr Hcjcnt of liavaria act1 ing as spokesman, said the Kmperor, director ol the foreign policy of jthe empire, had shown himsell to te Ian upholder ol peace and the jsame time an upholder ol'the em- pires might, which WAS the safest guarantee of honorable peace.' He praiwd him as the creator ol his personajity, progress. ,Th5. then spoke of the economic progress made during the 35 >ears' reign of fhc Hmperor over Germany ar.d praised his Majesty as the patron of every moral, notable and beautiful impulse in the "empire. Tho Kmperor (hen presented hy tlie prince'rc-scnt'with a table cen- ter piece in tlib share of a ship in massive silver as an emblem of the willy of Herman rule. The ItaFrror in reply Ih.inied his colleagues tor tl.eir steady support during h''s reign He emphasized among Ihe other elements ,of progress the attention ilcytileil to spoil and the- cultitation bl the ideal ul a sound mind in a sound body. j I.ond6n, .Tune militant suf- .Mrs. 'Marianne OlarendoiV :ilido and', M.hi Hunting, of tbe Wo- man's .Freedcjp league, were today sentenced days' Imprlson- police at 3 Keeling ycafeTrlas, "rear line1 rcaldonco-of Premier Asfjulfh, R- the well Vnown.mis- liocjry of German f'.ast Africa, rraduata ol the and Huron erattd slalc-s ol Ihe cr.ipiir. "ho, 'n-1 :i wi- rend hj> i I hek'ta ot-lin oldest the C. snd C. S. Hremdi ?nd >np trustee of (he Peace Kndourcent [breck thvlr1 eonirat'ila- tund of Huron college, anil Rtv. Ven-ilinr.3 to tneir colieaguts al the cas- ertble Archdeacon rector 01 itli-. Trinity SI. Thomas, acrl one I Most r.l the rulers ntrii-rd In Hcr- t ..iifai f.i nit- in flin last night or this morning Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are made according (o a formuU Ift uee a Kmonj' the Indian, ar.d Izarned from them by Dr. Worse. Thytgh repelled it-' temptft phyii- i'ilU'arcaliij-j't'ioy remedy out the ?orld 'or Connlriition KiJn6y .ind.I.nw They act promptly and I AN- EXPENSIVE .BLAZE Toro'nlbj The damage donp lo.-the- "Craig'Tannery iy'fire is Insurance of 500. Monlroal, June (rom all over the. province Indicate that the damage done-, by the storm ye-steiday cinnot ba than n mil lion dollars. J-fn every direction harns irerc uOueC-n lelegrarili ulrea and polei dragged down, trees uprootc-d and house prop- erty Milly damaged. No loss ol beyond lhat at Qnchec has btcn FU far repoitcd. Saskatoon, June Boar- assa, (he Nationalist leader, when In- terviewed here tcdaf on the'political Bituation m Ottawa, declared lhat Mr. llorden Varry tr.orc than eight pcata In Quedec if Ibero, was a general election.. .Ife; stated that tho people of Qurtiec_ had been betrayed by the racn.wh'o.cwere elected as Nn- tlonaliEls, and Uiat tho electors ot province would puo'lJh them. stat- ed ttul he.would consider It his first duty to aid in "jiin'lEhing these men. who had bsen, to', their iI, If an eie'cl'io'n 'cami on. i TAera Only "Bromo Quinine" That Laxative Bromo Quinine Ufta me wontjf art.ii to vunt: n uttiji in ant iint, Always remember tho full name. Ixiol' for liiii signaluio on every bos. 25o. ;