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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETgBRIDGE DAILT HERALD Monday, May FROM RHEUMATISM "FnllVdies" Ail hiri Ktrsdf. 1 HOU H.ACB, TOXOXTO, Use. 15th. 1909 teet'-sni for aeirl> All ilowii i'..: rjht side, Ibe piu. dreaofal auu i taM no! moie for the I w" u'nent ud decided to try rtiea. Afltr Jakiai ote box. J nivch n 1 rud tixen thift 1 coum use ny inn and lie KM almos: taVios five boxts. we'.; igila. lie care of-my MM >ll the tailed !o eita yjctbor, 6 lor Al dtilcts or iron I'mit-a-uvw Lumtt.1, OlUwa- HUB- EXPOSES II Tiffin' MIENS tit Pier Collapsed Killing 36 Per- sons al Empire Day biation in California McPiomn. Miss! Mrs. James Nichols, j mas, Mrs n. E Wal- HOW STEAMSHIP" COMPANIES POOL INTERESTS TO CON- TROL IMMIGRATION TRAFFIC Himbjrs. '.May newspaper. Cener JUichJECio Volkewlrt. bis the following noie on the squabble re- gjrdlrs 'ha Ca-nsdian. ferrice for rrrlfst'e. is a ihlcV-and- thir. supporter'of tie Hamburs-Amen- can 'steamship compan> interests, and bag tills to siy: -Hate cutting in the jervice continues and .as', reduction succeeded reduction each-ot the two tbrov the blame upon, tb" other. U is not, !or. out tiderb'to Di.tte.reaponsibnuy for this tor1 but'a.'h'alt ought-tp'_be called in the' proceeiiD'EJ', must baye lh effect'.of 'vradi. iTtfeTi pins pixrf an -r Railwai hara ins .on llamson, McPbamn. Anca Mrs. D. J. Loox well as all fine bedtords, in light, medium and dart, Every Suil ii prettX at can be. confined exclunvely to this'Store and priced ridiculouily cheap, for the final clearance. Our Attractive CoaU Our Entire Stock, Worth up to J35.CO Reductions are almoit unbelievable tbroushout.tlllB splendid lot, of coale b'jt we're roo'vlne: them out io tho next four days io deed, as well as Tiord; so be here early to get your choke and save about half the actual value. Material! Included'are whlpcorrfi, ihet cevtrtt, lijht blinket clothi, ttc., lljht and dark colors; all sires and lenathi- ASSESSOR'S FIGURES SHOW PEOPLE, AN INCREASE OF CENT. BIG KNOWS ALL HAUNTS OF HIS when tr.e crash collapse would nave hundreds of persons- in- to the-sea and rrany would have lieen. The Death Roll The following is a list of the dead .ilrs.- Frank Matthews, navid Black, aged 7, Jlrs. "an Thomas, Mis. Au- ;uat Kicha'rd O.'Howie, itis. ChEJrtMC, MIB. Arthur C. S. Helps, Mrs. A. E. Hill, Fannie Mc- Gee, Mrs. D. S. Holmes, .Varlha J. Bennett, n. ilcSpeari, Mrs. .lane Vfyvel, JftB. Warren C. Letts and a daughter, Dorothy, Harold l.ells, 10 years of age. Jfrs. E. C. Valentine, Mis. Frank Shaw, ids. Emma Prig- more, Jfrs. Elizabeth H. Iticfcardsoo; Mrs. Pauline McGhee, Thomas Heck, Mrs. Lilly V. Holmes, YOUJIR son of H.'I. 'liavles, Mrs. Ada W..Inpa- hara, I.eone Longfellow, Jlri. ffll- Edmonton, Wal- ker.l'city assMeor, in an official report submitted to Mayor Snort council, that the civic census Just completed sbows a pop- ulation of in Ibe city proper on May 1, as coiapAied with on June 1, 1S12, an liicrcasesappr mating 26 per cent- Tie Dominion census, taken ia 1911, gave Edmbn ton'and Strathcona, pbw merged, .a total-population of The cor ot tbe census was cc till ens ed at .-tie time, being low ol the Starts itr ibsw there are 2S.1E9 males and fe MOVEMEIHT organiitd by yirc the Caoadun ,'jndusCrfx! Kihioitia'1 tthe Brtt'.of meeting- wilhr. iremendous" tuccess to'enable lie farm to see the great reiources'of'tbis province and to receive-: a practical demonstration ot the benefltsidirived by'lfle use o modern firm nlpeg' Exhibition i u'ndiiibledly pre 'sehts tilt'beit .opportunity for tiese. i farm boj Ue.Jw'mneri-in the competition, guests of the Winnipeg: EiU-l COUNTRYMEN AND WOULD EXPOSE THEM Edmonton, May -25. Charles L. 0 Hony, who claims acquaintance with members ot tongs la various parts o the United Stales and Canada, more particularly from northern British Columbia to southern ha made application to the police depart mfent ot Edmonton for a. position as a detective. He is ready and willln to lead tbe regular police -to haunt of fan Un' players -and opium smok ets. Hong, who formerly lived i Cilgsrv and is now keeper of a res taurant in eastern Alberta, made e forts to gair. a place on the pUI clothes force ot the first named til males over 21 years of age, 10.SS 5 acd 10.S69 females undtr 21 a and 315 while on June 1, 1912, tcere were 22.630 malei orer 21 j'earn or age, malei and S 591 females under 21 years and 2.S51 unclassifled. Wfl to have H. R. H. tb joint committee of three bueineti men from Waterloo, and Berlin 7 consider various chic of i tereft to bolb manicipftlltltF, 'in sense, paving' tbe way toward muni' cipal union. if oils. creases in (reih flib, fruits .and vejJtibles, cotton, broorOB and raw lubber. Grains and fodder, dairy products, fruits and vegetables were lowei than a year bgo, but moat of other groups were higher. In retail prices there n as a general In ard an upward move- jjent.W meats, especiajly in pork products.' Butter, milk and were also .downward.- Cba} wag .re- duced for the summer In some locali- Rentals were strongly upward jn several Corporal of Mounted Police' Presented Wilh in Rfxognition of Bravery such Mtcleod. Alia., May given where it was due m Macleod oo Friday, wheh Corporal William .1. the Royal Xorlh West Mounted Police, was presented by Judje, with beautiful br----- medal that had been awarded hir tbe Royal Canadian Humane ztt tlon. In recognition of the herolnr displayed 'while attemptiig to the lives'of four men WHO were over-, rorne by natural gas at Xftnlon some months ago. Corporal Morehead. then a (.on- e-table, entered I lie build- InK. which wat. 0 laiva'for of th when the at'r.icture is th y, i to', th f i.i i th I M lift It be erected wllj reidy r iowu. to place WILL SEEK TO RETRIEVE LOST PRESTIGE AT THE COMING OLYMPIC MEET Pafis, May 25. Frenchmen are de lernined in J9I5 io avenge their poor -i-f.- toe Olympic the public Itcted the lite..-, A ehclrtc light (barges' from hour to of .the and gave three ringing cheers tor iheir heroic The ceremony, which carried out wllli a mllllary that was admirable, -was attondcj by meler counts aijt'tetltfi, leod (own cojncjV tbijs' M glnecr Altham tbtt the light pov.f-i'.depirtmm big plld so Mil .-i.-'ins thfLpsil tint the re. auction caa safely be nude lowering at al! surpluf Ihlt wis made list year. billon aisociation from July Mtfstfte of Connaught, governor genera -Tbe piysical director of.tne "S. or CM3il_ ute his lnnueMC to lute C. A, -will le in cn.rge of the camp Hon_ Arlbur gmm prcmier J tie lecture, and Tl.ils through )Q a pn.1h e exhibits. Hook barns and ,orcei would, be. in. dan- ltr Hirhito, is a bat lie between Tibet and fl fMrtd.old ?uar. told al tie Central Asian society. The Earl of Ronaldshay, M.P.. who presided, referred to'lie danger, ot ho journey which hari been made by he arlitt "Even for a man, the road was full ot "but or a lady It was more than ordinarily dangerous In the journey Miis Kemp would have to" cross "passes varying rom feet IV.OOQ eeL Fortunately 3IIIB Kemp accom- pllihed the journey succesBtully." Miss Kemp said Ibat much of_the comtort that attended her and ier one lady companion was due-to lie tire- less efforts of tielr servant, a small, wiry Mohammedan. "He was a real laid Miss Kemp, bare Been him spring rels.beUeen.'-lhe --leading- families would be rerired during-a long it-. Apart from the. California discus- sions in connection rnajtslj, voice had been constantly raised tor ordinarily anj'peace, several-very dif questions.are prtssini for solution. t-ti assul' by deniagogues.-ior-_5Ti immediate, ex' tension of franchise to'tbc number ot adult._inale6 without vote under tbe present system- servative leaders feircd tha course-would greatly weaken the sta- bility o! parliament and Icai disastrousv interruption of v ptio are vital itry Is being search- for promisicg ath- etes. A number of well Xnown men, imong them the Marquis de Poiignnv, Dave undertaken a campaign -to Ihe country to IU responsibili- among the snatch up a neotlul of young partrluges, bring them fori roe to arid have-them back ag- ain in a while the parent bird would be screaming a lltllc way off at the liberty. "As we cair.n to the place where a great holy roan Hied In a tent in a valley, we saw a numbtr.ot people do- ing a slow soit dance nround his habitation. They would advance and retreat elpwly.and wilh dijnily. The holy also took an In- terest In the world beyond'his sur- enthroned in cua.nloni. Kefore him, stuck in .the ground, wcro two arrows and tic priest was by his ride la tbe tent. "He offered us tea, en permission lo'sketch him wllh the .nderBlandlng that he was to be i' en a "-1'1 ng, the 1" and II was not'the best light to .work to re the- w' r-rc' tion ill lical idUn rest of o weakenir. of re the: reasons Aod of order during debts -incurred lliissla. necessary'laxa- dis- very delicate band- ing all these poli- continuous un- -Mid ties In tbla and already athletic competitions to bring Olympic arc being arranged In every lltlle village in France. From these Ibe winners will atsetnble In county competitions, and so on, until gradually by elimination there n-lll picked out tht best team of athletes tvblch France can produce. France la making up her tnfnd to surprise tbe athletic 'world in 1015, and tho grow ing popularity of "le sport1' nill ale waterfalls' lo tnd. As the light was tili 'iJ 'c tt {Jose, at once, But he got his copy Ihe satno as possible thai tht r's may hare the cf- (he negotiations in- s tegardlns the California. leu land law.' per, and in etchirig'e'he gave permls- ion to sketch Ihe Inferior of a tempi further cv'the with. evening." The priest paint brushei, iho slid, arid tome pa- Own Soap Ai a lo the late Vt'uoi, ihe'riC.-s irll.l donate the Gtlt uoic'.lal for i lofariuii. The preliiiiin'a'fj- 'of James Carson, the fue :bosi or.shot lightei. who detained hy tne Mounted Police on Saturday, subsequent to the inqucs1. into th'! death of. Sarj' ropovilch, on cnarge o! manslaugh- ter will not held ur.ti! Thursday, Mme ipspectors .lones and gave evidence that Carson had obcytd the protHtOni of Mints Act in not making'aBsplulely sure that Hie place was sale belore Trlng the in neelectlne to examine the place afler the shot. .ThWear- inz will be before C. If. West. J.I'. ret t'ne Mtter how irofiift- Perfect for tiurttry rt. ;