Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE CONTINUED. FROM FRONTPAGE (-leaps of Dead One rescuer stated on coming out cf Dm mint) tiiat he had seen piled up in a heap fifteen or twenty (load bod- ies, together with cars, horses and rails all in a co'.iglomorale mass, but T.'iis to do anything until some of tho gas gotten out of Liic 011- try. The mino has caved in on the south Side, with the result that it is impns- Bible to got u current of uir through, making rescue work Impossible for the time being. Of ton men brought out live are Slavonians, and the remainder are' of the British races. The name of one of the men is Wallace. Could-Not Resuscitate Victims Two men were brought out appar- ently-alive. Four doctors, with pul- jnotprs worked over them for almost an hour, failed to resuscitate them and they expired. Another man on whom they had worked for an hour expired Just as Sir. Joyce telephoned to the Herald. Rescued Miner's Story C. Jones, a, minor went Into the north workings this morning, stated to our corespondent that ho was., knocked Hat by tho force of the explosion. He crawled along the tracks to the-entrance and succeeded in saving himself. "I was lucky to get ho told -Mr. Joyce. "We men the north eitle were not very far from -itSia entrance and to that those of us who-were rescued owe our lives." Terrific 'Explosion "The force of the explosion was ter- rific. Both the north and south en- trances of the mine, two miles away from the explosion, and the roof N. 13.; Win. Far well, Sherbrooke, Que.; T. Bank, Slier- Brooke; Gerald .V. "White, -M.P., Pem- broke, P., Summerside, P.B.I.; George: Taylor, M.P., P. Hill, Hillcrest, Alta.; managing director and treasurer, Hillcrest mines, Alta.; secretary, M. P. Davis, Ottawa. 'Capitalization of-Block 000; bonds The .Hillcrest mine was' discovered by C. P. Hill, -who at that time was United States customs officer at Port of there, and who every now and then would take a -prospect- ing tour-with-'the object of locating j mines with good; prospects.1 'He lo- ;catud this mine, about years JUST try it, ICED, You plosion was caused by an immense body of, gas. Some idea of its force may be found from the fact that the ten .or eleven horses iu the 'mine were killel and the end of tht hoist lipuse at: the mine entry was 'blown out. A thousand or more people from local points are in Hillcrest this af- ternoon and everything possible is be- ing done by the management of the various local mining companies' to aid in the rescue. Little hope is held out for the .two hundrtd or jji tho mine. GALICIAN LABORER PICKED UP ON TRACK Brandon, Man., June man picked UD on the C-.P.R. track near Gris'wold, late on Monday night, and who is still in a semi-unconscions condition, was identified at the hos- pital today by a brother-in-law as Wil- liam Hentzel, a Oalfclan laborer, liv- ing here. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Canadian Salvage association iias a contract to salve the Empress of Ireland. Three women were drowned, and probably a dozen others perished, when a train went through a culvert at Carr Bridge, near Inverness, Scot- laud. The Sunkist Orange With the Different Flavor Ask for "Sunkist I The Valencia. Sun- kist is the California Summer a sweet, juicy, luscious fruit, ripened on the tree, Easy to peel, and practically seedless. Some are dark in exterior appear- ance, tome lighter in color.. But all are a deep red inside and ling with healthful juice. 1 Jj Oranges are picked in California every the year, and the Late Valencia is oue of the .very finest ever grown. 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PHONE 1654 t St. .lolm, N.B., June Royal Commission adjourned to next Tues- day, when the St. John Valley charg- es will-he taken- In this case, the Premier ia charged with diverting from its proper channels money ap- propriated by the provincial govern- ment- to the ruilway, and of using compulsion on contractors to pay large sums to Jilmaelf before obtaining contracts. Six hundred dollars is al- leged to vanished in this con- nection, "I want to turn that railway office inside out, and suggest we adjourn to said Mr. Carvell. This suggestion was not accepted, principally because the witnesses had been subpoenaed for St. John. Con- sidaratlon the timber cases will not 'bo resumtd until the return ot Berry, and the iyWonce ot El R. Teed will not 'tie taken until that time. Judicial Notice To George Crawford, Take Notice that an action lias been commenced, against you in the District Court, ot the District ot I.cthbridgc, wherein the International 1 larvcstcr Company of America, claims and interest under .certain promissory notes. You arc to enter. nn appearance with tlie. Clerk of "the said Court at Lcthhridge, Alberta, within twenty days after the last publication ot this notice or the mailing thereof to yo'j, otherwise judgment will be Riv- en against you. Jolinstonc Ritchie, Lethbridge, Alberta i'laintifl's Solicitors, BIG LINER- IN COLLISION put into Snithead this afternoon after London, June North Ger-1 a .collision with another vessel, the man Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wilhelm I Incemere, during a thick fog. The II., which sailed from "Southampton jbows of the Incemere were badly dani-, ior New York by way of aged the line. All Play and No Work That's the way a vacation should be, isn't it? 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