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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta �Moiiaay>j^archlO,1013 THE LETHBBIPOE pklLY HEHALP Dynifimite. Used to 31oW: Up Buildings to' Prevent the ' Fl'ai.aes Spreading, ^. mmaatoa, Ajta,,.Maro)i,J,0,r-Th,e.,en-tlre.Wook.b�lween,..TWrd.and Fourth Streeu,,in..yiei Jj-eatt. of. Uie.buslnfess, district ot Bdson, Is in Bmouldertnit ruins, and three brstv^jtirs, ftgJitecesult 6t the big QO�i}aBat|iij^&i!%ort;6aturdsy night., ^>oln* tbenam-Ufpyi'afi .IMlo to �v^e�p fb^\T*ti6ie 'of'^the.'bnBlr.esa aeotlon, .'dyjjamlt^ waa' p/odurod ,�nd the ^*ttlla-Of:" seMal' bfillHtines t i.at closacnvir ttiaW'or thS� Uttnatl Vero blown do.Wav and tte. onrush the flanifts'Btypd. , ' T.hoi.m^ji whp. y^;in>tho hosplta^l, r?-calvejl'. tUeir.'fcJurJeB during- the' dyna-mltln'g' of tte" walls,/and though nil are Buffering from r,bad. burn^. and one man from broken limbs, it .it not thought their Injurioa will prove fatal-----: . . , Immediately after the accident the suffering jnen wore, riiahed into the city oh ft a, T.-R. train. i^he principal losses in the fire included, i. . . P. Burns; wholasale ana m^at store; Davis & Latsvler, grocery and dry goods; Span'Ber Bros., grocery store, and^ May. & Lawrence, realty omoe. These were totally destroyed. WIIH Is el�afiHf ;sjiK�ipiai*ef!, and II wtiki no mopa -HisA ^dllAMf'y Teas. '.I ^, ^ s, in afvd'jpllsbafai 6nlV.- Ofld �LACR, nikkUH AND BifXEp. Explosion )n a" Mill; Nfear Glasgow Caused-Very'^Hfeavy occurtJdAi iN^liJe's. JiA�W.>, W. Atterbury, vice-president y of .^hei Pennsylvania lines east, renTeseuting? the-Talli�oad6,.�ina: AlberrPMlKirs,-ttfe third ...vice-pr�sldeTit of the Brother- hsor^jcfew^ferssras^is. ; gla#i�K:f^gcji4ibcw'4Cj*8/untfW to take it^fltVmplJjp ahd lorc,  ' ' Sent out; Acrc;;; the su't IviS' \reirtur-; 'ing kvte Boarlhg' a. alciidV.r cord for unseen' - .bauds .. ......... rro. grasp� upon- the. further cUtT. and dfaw ................. 'A grpater cor;!,-anrt then a Rceater yet ;� .................. Till at tfie last iitross the chasm SAVung. The cable-then the miRhty .bridge in air ! � � � .1*^5*) jvc may sentl our IHtle 'timid , thought'______.' � . ,....... ; Across the voul, out to God'd voach- Mig hahdii-' ; ' '   ' ; � 'Senji out. our. love ^nd taiUi to 'thread � the deep-' ' ' ; Thought aftw thought until-the little cord - Has greatened to a chain no chance can break. And-we'arc anchored lo thcTnfunto. -Kdwiu !\rarkhani. - .* � � Not receiving tomorrow : Mrs. .). VV. McNicol, nor again this season. 8 tructive. eartm}i>8&^'>^'Uttt^bitants rushed from jffioft'^buses', in conbter-nation. ThecPyfer5r�lttfrt'and'l�t^ harbor were ma V , , hundreds of oaseB^aftter opabatlon had youvdon't-.have to-take our word proved a failure.;  .;"^:v?i �- y. *or^:?^at-lt;fW�l;do,; Youoan try it No B^lt op Leg Straoli'^o'Ah^itiv You In without iibvljig,-to risk a penny-and say It Is as comfortable as their cloth tot yoiTrself. ' l?�f-. \Ji^^^^er proof-will hold see If It, If It dQ�Bn't bold-if it doesn't-keep the ba.tb. Easily kept .clean. . your rumufi from bothering you in Q,t World's Greatest .Rupture Book any way-rthsn .it. won't cost you A Don't send any- money-just write slngl� oent. . * the Only-Thins Good Enough to �'SuSfiaTast _----------ny. vnwhiijf^iust writ? for our free book anfl''flija but. evQry-, . thing you want to.knOvKi'i>^^^"^>^^^ :rS^ JffSijr of facts aei^erViiBiefbre put In You .know �B well as .we that you print.  jOlothbouad^se^rtages-20 sep-can't tell iHxytbiliiff about a truss or arate articles E^nd; 8B -'pholioeraphlo llv i^nytWng e^sdifor rupture.merply by lustrations.. Will saVds^oii'-from be-trntfg It on.' \T3tat's- the worst of Ini^.taoled and save-yotttfr^m wasting golr(^'a !;jnah ^ managesS W'tfet"]^^ from; Had- �JvJB^tover for "frupture that on wearing a'trdss Affdilt "" Mrs. Kfnest Hewitt, of Maple Creek, is a guest with Mrs.- George Whclen, Sixth Ave. * - * * Mr. T. T). Kcviii has returned troni a t'cip to Ottawa.-and- other eitici.- ...... * * � - -Mr. Gladstone Virtue,- who - has been attending- Oai?oode Hall, Toronto, will rc.turn tp 'Letlibridge early in April. � .. ,'. Mrs. Tlioquas X-ayloi: - cntcrlainBd Miss Lillian ;Davis,j pt May-Butte,: for the week-end. ', '� , Mr. and Mrs. W. J'rice Lindsey had as their guests lor the week-end Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Watson, of Cal-gary.*!* : * *  , Mr. Arcliie UawOrth, of Cranbrook, was a week-end visitor with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Raworth, Fourteenth St. . a � * ..j- SI-. Mr. and Mrs- C. .S. Pingle, of Medicine- Hat, have returned from Oalir fornla, where they spent the last lew months. * 4> 4( Mr. Power, who was lo have sailed from England on the Empress ot Ireland, missed the boat,, and accord-iugl.y will not arrive in LolAbridge before a couple of weeks. �*��. Mrs. William Scott, Fourth "Ave , who has been ill since Tuesday lastv is improving splendidly and expects to be up in a few days'. , ... .Dr. P. H. Mewburn, who has, been In New, York during the winter;, ck-pccis to return to rt;Iic city about the' first of the month. The Masquerade.Ball to be given in the S-O.E. hall tomorro-\v night under the auspices of the Canadian. Order of- Chosen Friends promises . to be exceptionally interesting. Th^ guests arc kindly asked to present their invitations at the dooi'. Miss' Barassin and Mr. Waddmgton "have consented to act as judges of the costumes worn. * , * � . - .,1- -Fifty guests enjoyed the social lield intbe-K. of P. hall on-Saturday eVr ening by � the United: Commercial Travellers' association; Cards and-.danc-ing were in order according - - . �All-the bbvs'aiid girls wiU be made heartilj' wcfpope'; at. Wesley Mission Band at lUS: oti Werfncstlay, afternoon. St.. Paul's - KiVst 1/.:tlinan church will bold a, Lcntea aervifp on Wciincs-. day evertliig-at 1800 .Sixth Ave., S., when .Rev. C; Grant will speak on ''The:.Sixth-Word, Ironv the Cross." L,euten-sefvice will be held ui St. Cyprian's church oa Wedncsdav evening, when the rector's suhjcct will be "The Sixth Word from the Cross." �Hi --*,--^--.!t The teachers' conference will be held in Westminster chvirth o" Thursday; eyenin:gi,.w-hen It i.s hoped the at-ten;lancc -vvili be .very large. A �cbiigregatiouar Social aviU beheld in the - schooi-rroonv - of Knox church this-evemng-,-to'Which all mcn-j-'ocrs ot the congregation ami their iriends are cordially invited...:.. .. The, tag-day -teams- acknowledge witltgratitude-t'ic't'ec.eipt of between $250 and $300 on JSaturdav for tlic i rest rdoms,. to lie 'fitted up for girls in the basement.of?ltfed,?ito'--nafrow llwJlib'. Apart froiUlfj^'^iitrbduction a'g^ih* of-ithe^-HonroW'R-ule'-Bnrt 'thb ye^fb- .disestablisJ)j.�nt#1JiJ16:; the'- 6r|ly important�� measures5*TOl:ibeTMiaB hnR thordt ^0 U.^S. Amr.aRd'Navy now recom-As�d iVlnltead oi! advising opera.tlon. irm8f3)#(�k6ro.'f"�^t'^?,n?-i^?'i j^i-e^ii. The Teacher Training olaiss>.ot V(c?-ley Sunday '^selio'oJ, will, raeetv ^on Thursday:'evening at., eight o?ploj?k;! All of theses made a thbrough search IprSany-lurking sunr^gattes^^ 'f.j^JiHr SmlhM bf$kt�/%"of..'SaB-lo.n, 5waB taiirested/yfliep;- ^ay^^ng sd ii^^jjaissjlon .toifiS^nj. over,^.spta: moH^ei>7-r)yUtoh - had Jiefeji..,jnJild-^Sdt :cfi*: pr'evious day to.iJLoulB,fTr;e7nblay, Be .Tet'alne^ j ?X35,>J?f&leK!|sup/�mall wai short in that .day;? WouBtjnp-.--cSjias. ii(Iilent^,-a,aeaf.muie,. fppear; ed bsfow; l^agi?trafei.W|k:ftt,,Bar^ on a charge of dfifrttuqiiw typi.^othei; im' rnutM in, Tegijfeto '�Bb�wW�o^' tr stock in .'a Clfipi^?o ciiJ;htotoii ^fao-terptciev ~ in ;co.\fr^^aid! ^^0^^: - 'Tlie'Salviitlbn ArmyMs'-frlngtiir t - .. "We want to see the Avoollen mill in operation again, and are going to boost for it, T� don't think there is any doubt- about our getting a warehouse In'Lotlibrldge. We are boosting for that too." � - i The woollen mill has already cost the city 'some $12,000. There is against tt-a!)out $32,000 ,of which about which'$3,000 is being paid off each year.. 'This comes out of the city's revenue, and the business men especially are overlooltirife no opportunity to find someone to operate it once more, for not only would it relieve the city of a burden ol expense, but it -would also giye the wool industry in the south'an Impetus .which is needed'. Partof the building has been contracted for on a two-year "lease by Marinkro Bros,, of Pernle, If the wool warehouse is built In 3:914, it'ls quite possible -that Jn I91B something may-be done to;.put it in operation, once more. X.ast;Summer the city'sold some $10;- 000 worth of macWnery to an'eastern manufacturer, and this would have to be replaced.. Sheepmen Anxious Sheepmen-from all, over the south are in the city today, and all to whom the Herald talked are hoping that the city- will f be able/to. obtain a packing plaht thls'summer. With a wool warehouse ^and a packing plant in Leth-bridge, they-would, be able, to go ahead and r^also as;: many aheep as they liked without fear of glutting the market. : The meeting between thp sheepmen and Prof. ArUeli; the' expeH of the de^ partm^nt of , agriculture at'Ottawa, -commence,^:- tWB-^ftespnoijn at 'tour o'clock^  -"The. meeting -was, "to liave be.fn held q't; one o'clock,: but.Prof. Ar-ke l}dia n3t,:arrivl9. :'::IloWBver:",e des-ipa ch; ^ent.,0w.t'.ti'pmJ;Ottawfl,^on 'ivlday Jndlc^tefj,t,:^at; tJjiv^goVsjjnjaifnVid''^ 1 parBfl^,foVgoc^gomeJdistance .this^ :m8r;.to^h^lp out:tiielwool indiistry. la South8rnsiAlberta,.i::.i'They propose'rfto packers in the central iSbearing camp this spring. These men -will sort and pack the wool tor the -English'-market, and;the government.w'ill.'then pay 25 per cent of the cost of tie, shlpr, � mentto the Old Country. /Ehey-W-\llev6 they can put Southernv,Alberta wool on the market thJ^ ;year'in .competition with the.Auatraiian,4nd:South African product, and If they ,oari do so, there is no doubt that the. thought that the warehouse, shoiild be in..the � east,- so thai,fcfth'&l.'?ia-�it^rn manuf'actiirefB oonld buy-!:on'..'tie' 's^ti or else the wool could b| shipped, direct ttf England". :TBIs>^i)inipn"?i.^:^W he.'^I by Ray Knight and-javer?.!''cithers, A VarehouBevon::tfi^'iiWSiisrfr'pjtt't Iff: their solution of thei.'pfobl^m..:'; v ' -Mr. Harvey., howevec,,'d)d/g�iof(^b6-, -live, that, ,sli)cs^,they?.w.i^)f.fc|f^^ ^ the' BliigllBh ' Daarket,-j;i&^;^?^^e|8HM' nee.dea to:be. any place,?butsini^putli*; ern Alberta, andsbeil^yea'.iiOjl^iyte'w waS held -by, thB;;fiXp|Srit^:J,Oft'J'tlii^f.^dei. ;pfertm*nt..i '.With Ja-vc^ntralli^hepying-.plant;lapd iwarehouse. Iriyhe-aibuth',,-thb (VVD^pl. >.0(>Uld.v.fie ^'BO^te'dj^anai. .pj^ij^^ ready-foi*..8hlp.n|?.nt};dui|%i;A^;t.^^^^ �Ing'seftfeon, and thWapouatfofthand; ; > Grocer* �r� finn Maqdi of WlndiM TiiiUeSalt. THeyHketotel'IMMcauU . it is pure Mtdt'clean oncl good. '< - -Ask any grocer for }iis btestsiut, and' J�