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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY MAY '.m i..yg WOMAN'S MOST SUCCESSFUL JPCINE Known All 'Over The World Only For The Good It Hw Done. know of no other medicine which has m ing the womoi! or received no many genuine testimonials as has lydta E Pinknamta Vegetable Compound In nearly- every community you will find women who have been restored to health by this famous medicine Almost every woman you meet knows of the irreat good it ijss been doing among suf fenng women for the past 30 jears ,Fox have always had pawn in the abdomen and a- weak ness there and often after meals a sore-" ness in my stomach. Lydia E. Finkh'am'a VegetableCompound has done me much good. lamatronger, digestion u hetter and I cm work with ambition Jt encouiaged many mothers of families to take it 6J It is the remedy in world You can pub lish this in the WILLIAM S.BoUBQUE, Fox Creek, N.B. In Finkham Laboratory ftt Lynn, THE LETKiiniDGE DA1LT HERAM) PACE ELBVEN i. IT MAY BE THIS WAY WHEN MOTHER GETS THE VOTE 'From .the Cbigago News. Cold Figures Tell Story of Empress of Ireland Quebec "Ma) 30 tram witU 396 sun of the lost Canadian Pacific steamship Lmpress ot Ireland ainved here Irorn Itimouski shortly before 8 o clock last night tlurtj emeu thousands of letters from women seek ing health, In .which many opjnly state I These are all that-lm of tin, i oo, over their own signatures that they have! who sailed out m Quebec yesterda) regained their health by taking Lydn E Pinkbam'a Vegetable Compound many of whom state that it hu inved them from operations STEFFANSON'S SHIP KARLUK IS LOST' report tlmt Steffanson's shin, the Knr- luk has been cryshed in the ice but the crew and apparatus saved, has been confirmed by, message received hy the ma h ne department from Captain Bartlett of the ill fated ship The message} which colhes from- at Michael's, Alaska, that the Karluk-was crush- ed: in the ice sixty miles from Herald'Island.. WJien this oc-. ci-rred the crer left for Wran gle Is'latd. Two scouting par .ties were out at the time but Captain Bartieu oenei L Uiei -are safe :6n Wrangle .Island. Bartlett in order to get ne-we the party to civilization maile-' his way across Siberia where he was picked uo and liken to St. Michael's.. The Karluk was crushed on Jan. 'HAT SELLS SCHOOL BONDS Medicine Hat; May Hat schcol boardi through the provin- cial department of education, sold 1400000 worth oC five per cent In Stallment bonds to MacKenzie S. Co Toronto price 9266 net New Governor Much Interested May Alexandra, King George, 'Queen Marjr and Prince Alexander of Teck, made special re- quests, of the C. P. R. people tonigit to-be kept roformod further news regarding the survivors. StoraUd Making for. Quebec Montreal, May her bcw badly ripped, and nattered, the Nor- wegian' collier Storstad is steaming slowly- and. laboriously--towards ...Que- bec, according, to a Marconigram re- ceiVBd late-toaight. hy. the Norwegian in'Quebec; .Mr: Jorstad, the .secretary of-the.Norwegian con- sulate in received the fol- lowing massage from ;Quebec: ascertain. anything definite regard ..Storstad; on ly that, stop is corn-' ing: "up under her' own :Bteam. 'Ex- pected here tomorrow afternoon. If not too badly damaged likely proceed t'- Fly iMashiiig (lies- Is unsanitary dangerous, because it always leaves; tlie! disease germs to be., distributed through' the hoiiso when dry. PLY PADS, kill hoth flips and .disease they kiJJ tiusm alii 'Juit'think of It! One ten-cent pack- WILSON'S, PtiY PADS has act- ually, killed'U bushel of flies. No fly killer given results at alVapproachiiiB this. SON'.S FLY PADS1.' and grocers sell WIL- CATARRH afternoon bound for lEi.verpool on the Queen ot a famous flest which silled out, Sunlit Harbo' into tl e lather rthere the rip pmg collier struck the death lion m the dark Toe lost number 934 Qt the ing are membws of the crew Of the In ing 20 are women, two are children thus the storj of the most iercible disaster in the huteiy of Canadian navigation Is ftrjtten more grimly more '.'nidly in hud flguiec than it couHl CAM? "written in words How the hundreds of strong men of the CLCW were saved, while the hundreds of Aveak women ami children perished, only the imagination can fathom now Not even the survivors can fully, picture the fpurtetn-minute death throes of 'the- riven ship, the passengers awakened in the dead of the night either to be crushed by the invading prow of the Storstad, m the tush of witerj or to dng themselves to tie listing deck; where panic.feigned, where shrieks of terror and" ol pain made an t inferno under the shroud ng mist The battle had been the crash, the cruel triumph: of the strong over the the-hard figures tell it; they alone One ol the matters on' which the rescued agree is that 'Captain An- derson of the Storstad, hacked his vessel out of the she had dug In the Empress1 "side and'drew .off nursing her own heht prow, 'despite t-ho shouted pleas of Capt. Kendall that he hold fast to the wreck. As the Collier hacked up the rush' of water listed, the Empress so that all her lifeboats out of on the port side commission. The I) with sirens shrieking and all lights lit. Certain it is that the impact was frightful. The steel prow clove more, than half .way through the Empress, of portside amidships it tore iti way intern Ilk a Luge rending tooth; It had killed many in their berths wounded scores. It had hurled many o! the wounded out into the sea wa ter. And now it backed away and the delude lolloued the battering ram in- to the ships iitals, the water touched the hollers they, jexploiled, breaking an upwaid rift through the middle oi the deck lengthwise The ovnincinn ihnnk people from dscK like powder jarred on a taWev The -icreams from the ship were echoed bv screams from the Some- of those who fell were, plung ed into the bowels of ihe- boat the u ater was ranging nowj and were drowned there. Nine, of lifeboats' '.were got away under the cool hut desperate direction of Captain Kendall JThey were filled with men for part and most of them were members of Hie crew The" boats were" scarcely away when with a wild sucking roar like the death cry o! a living thing, the vessel pluuged to the.boiytom in t) feet of water, and within earshot of the shore a horror unparalleled had been enacted in miri- "Utes. There were four hours of re- spite alter the Titanic hit the iceberg before she sank. The Eureka reached the scent in about twenty minutes after the lintSllaih of the.wireless call for help was picked up. Eveljn eame a few minutes later The Tnen" of their firews htgan imme diately the work of picking up: the lifeboats and the bodies of the dead and living that' strewed the water. The work had to be doiie nt .night and m a fog Only the feeble ship lights and the feebler cries of the injured m "ie water guided the res cuers. They were aided in some "small part by-the-crew'of the Storstad, They worked until after daybreak, when a final search of the waters was made. Then all were taken', to Rimouski. The Storstad left swiie dead'and: a few living and proceeded or. her voy- age- to Montreal, her coal'-'irom Syd- ney, C. B., safe, but her prow' blade- crushed hack upon her plates. Twenty-two of those .who reached Rimouski alive, died within Storstad having no mortal I a few hours Most oi them had been damage, and lying in a river- that! maimed in the collision. The little was ruffled only by the strewn forms became a hospital Dvcrj house of the drowning, the wounded the dc-ad; picked up but a few indl those who were taken to the hospital ai Rimouski. It was the governments mail steam- er Lady Evelyn and .the pilot boat Eureka; .which had to run "all the way from Father Point that die! the work of rescue. A strict investigation is to be im- begum "There was no ;thnt is the jJhrafis'used-by' surv-jvor in try- ing to tcllanytliing ofwhat happen- ed. "There was no time. to. rouse the was thrown open to the aid of the officers of 'the ship in caring for tlio- injured.' Doctors were sent-for-from all the surrounding points and .ar? rangements made for the free carri- age of messages from the "survivors to thair relatives. The train for Que- hec was "made ready _as .pos- sible, and all who were ready and were able to travel were put on board. Of those taken to Quebectr twenty-nine were first cabin passen- gers on the Empress, .twenty-nine second cabin and 101 steerage. The scene when the train arrived here was one ot pathos.' The survivors, most of them broken and nerve- people, no. time 'Women; andMvrecked by their terrible experience. Children first.'-" jwere clad in alt kinds of garments BLADDER Bstoodli 24 Hours'' Each Op- bourn llio ff natuo K3-, l (lie '.watch and the captain, wore oii ijdcck.- Bomo .the giniit col- lier, .her battering power doubled by two Uioiisandjions of coal he-r hold, came oiifol'tflo mist at hill 'i speed, came caine with only 'hcr hhuiiiclc'li'shts njleain. The Incn oi liir Sloritid she moved slow certain doom. Many, too, of the.sur- vivors on the train, had lost relatives and friends in "the' wreck. Parents had ijpeti parted froni children, wives of eat-er inquiries which the company officials could answer but vagusly. '-Fourteen minutes was the time be- .or the people 01 Kim twecn the crash and .the 'sinking'. j ouski.- Hardly any of those saVec I from the' wreck had saved anything In that tamr. there 'were lifeboats Those who stoppcll to dress met to launch, a panic to-contend with. In that time the must flash its call for 0. up by many ships'near and farjbrpuriit response', from 'husbands. There were hundreds too late to save e-yeh n third of the human cargo. Capt; c-ne the most able and of the line, a man'iwho'ludi'cantiired Dr. Crlppen, Ihr London murderer, and had served lor many years without a mishap at sea; the-bridge during those H minutes and after. He went down with the' ship, .but dragged aboard a "liMioat as he cltalf; to n niece of He was still: cool enough to take command of. the little rescue craft hut afterwards, collapsed from exposure. The no hlame for him. His vessel- was-.hove .to' as a jKOCiUitJcii, against collision in a (og. She. bail lain -practically still since 'erirly in the iiight. Her passengers slept pcacr-fully (lie small i sway of tho waters. Only FRECKLES Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These. Ugly Spots There's no longer the slightest need of feeling asliamed of your freckles, as the prescription guaranteed to remove those homely spots. Simply get an ouaice of double any druggist and apply a little of it night afid morn- ing and yoii should soon Bee that 'even the worst freckles have begun to dis- appear, while the lighter ones have vanished eutirely. It is seldom that snore than an ounce .is needed to com- pletely clear the skin and gain n beau- tiful clear complexion. Do sure to ask .for the double strength otlilno as this Is sold under Ruai'antee of money back if it to remove freckles. J. p. Hlginbodiam ft Co., Limited. Advt. THE SAVED Montreal May 30 Following is the last "available list of the Empress of Ireland rescued: Second and Third Cabin K Abenck J Anderson A M Ark lalla, Miss Ethel Baclii, Miss Edith Beok, Boskey, Baccertzs Mr and Mrs, 3 J Miss B F. 1C.. Bomary, A. John Burns, J. Blythe I Boris t Bradley A Brown Bhcas Byrne Bract J Beaga Erie Baiaign C BoUiaat Chas Clark Conspancin Court, .JHss C. Court, Jas Cpiinor, A. Soblce, M. S'warmstone. B. Sesinen, J. Sconit, B. Sunder. Allen Taylor, O. Thalienat- totin. T. Tatti. M. Tuchesk, A. K. Tal- rehkka T Vanlan i Mrs U Valkj A Venire A Walker Jos F Wl foss, Dr. Jas. Grant, White Gray, Dragweilz, Mrs. Green; T. Greenway, Martin GUI, B. Minanch, T Munteau, H "Moses John Murphy M. F. A. Oslender. George Pott, Ei. Piigniire, Jack Rubenstein K Rautaia.'D. McAmmond, P. M. Nel- son, S. Messlla, P. Moore, Muzyehuk, M. Murnisen, F. Nornickky, Julienk Patrick, B. Pyitara, Wm. Quihn, Cart Handle, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, -J. Orombie, W. Davies, Cordon Davenis- don. D.Darling, P. D. Dayton- kist J Bvanson i L Erickson 3 Eremger A E Evans A Ferngar Fanebuena B B Ferguson F Per? guson Terr} Flack rivnn A Ford J C Rebel T Romanechi John Sale u Saneoml Albert Smith R P Spo'gner fechfkdhda Shedlak A B Smart Hanalme A Hillier Di Hnut U Holkis I Kanin ishl ii Joi! A BiUanont, Adam Kok Kritm Kalojutala M Kutchen J M Mrs Kosenries KfaheheHTrT ilias F Kruse LearequBll ,H Lawler Miaa A Lee J K Lenaly, L Lias Miss K Linquist, G Maguire Miss P Maleeh W H Measure t t rirst Cabin' r D Abbott Toronto P J Adie Birmingham Eng 4 Burrows Nottinsuam. Eng.; Mrs. Cash, Not- tingham Eng M D Darling Lon don. Ens.; Atkin- son Jr Vancouver Mrs Adie Bir mlngham Eng Harwood Cash Not ttngham Lng R A Cunningham Winnipeg FeJiton Manchester Eng Miss Doris Gaunt Birmingham Eng F P Godson Kingston L Gossolin Montreal G U S Hender liontre-U L A Hsnmson Lon -Eng.; D. Johnson, Frederickton, Lionel Miss Grace Kohl, Miss Allsa Lee, Nassau, N.'P., C.. B. Lyon, Nassau, N. 'P.f.'C, Mallock, Lar- do B C Mrs. Mullih's -London, Ehg.; Mrs O'Hara, Toronto; .Miss Ellen Mrs. W..E, Paton, Sherbrooke; E. Seybold, .Ottawa; .Miss Townsend, New.Zealand; Rev. J. Wai- Ihtti London, Chas.. R. Clark, Detroit; J. Fergus Duncan, London, H. Taylor, Montreal; C. Gallagher, Montreal. Salvation Army 1 Lost Many CONTIXUI3D FROM FRONT PAGE I saw the collier standing not far from where the Empress foundered, then I saw her all lit" up, and lights flashed from the darkness over the comparatively calm river from oil th t holes. There was also a'red light visible on the coal steamer. 'When I was taken on.board this afternoon I saw maiiy men rescued and .'practically unclothed. I was al- most In a slate of nakedness myself, and'the rest of those on board -were shivering and inV'a had state from the cmiij morning air. 'We 'were soon, however, attended to by those on hoard and made warm iiid comfortable. "As I swam through the icy. waters I so.w tho explosion caused by tho water reaching the originos of the sinking ship. 1 was then swimming On'my back and saw plainly the hurst of steam that spread to all parts of tho vessel. The "noise was n .dull eound and it 'was the beginning of'tho em! lor shortly, after the sudden and quick listing of th.e liner was follow- ed by the final turning ovor.. It look- ed to me as if the liner turned turtle. "I-do not think thero were any'first ..nsa passengers, saved. 1 saw only ono boat lowered, from'this deck. Tho OIL LEASES LEASES IF YOU HAVE OIL LEASES FOR SALE Give us 14 Days' Exclusive Listing. Our Calgary Office is in touch with Buyers from Spokane and Vancouver, and can sell them for you. We can only handle Exclusive Listings, and 14 days is required to give in- tending purchasers ah opportunity to look the ground'over. R. V. GIBBONS Co. PHONE 1191 J. HARRIS CO. PHONE 1412 i Brokers, Empress Block, Lethbridge P.O. BOX 531 C. P. R. WILL CARRY ALL MESSAGES FREE Winnipeg, May C. R. officially announced today that they will carry all personal messages and cablegrams per- .taining to the Em-press dlsas ter, tloii of danger refused to oelieve.that the easel as inking and went hack to their siate room They did not come back In some wajs It was a worse" acci dent than the Titanic Here had no time for anything. Moments life or .fleatll. We had to our .cabins. Some had -belts..and.coth. ers had not And no beltfl weijj to there, was plenty of. light on the water when T came out from my cabin. When' I got on deck I saw no log. I thought at first that we, had hit a cock. Some officers of the vessel came along and said that the ship' would not go any further, for bottom struck. So far as I was coii; cerned it might haw been either on iceberg or a submerged, rock. "The water was terribly cold. The behaviour, of the crew "was on- ;the whole good, though' It must be said that the crew hardly had time to col- lect themselves or to effect rescues any systematic way. The Boat was really sinking before the crew or any- body "else realized it or could no any- thing. Those of the. crew who got to the .deck tried, a hoat on the upturned side.of the listed- vessel; but this was impossible, Because Uie. listing had gone on to such' an extent that the vessel could not take the water, hut landed on the side, of the boat raised out ot the river. The only side available for. launching boats was the side nearest the'waief. As' suit of the leaning .of the boat side- ways the decks were almost perpen- dicular so .that many passengers }n order to escape had to slide down from the higher the air, front the upper deck to: the lower. Some slid right- down the upturned deck, and unexpectedly landed in the life boats in the water. Some of those who were aroused -by the first indica-; 'SilveriorServicel When pbrohan'nir iH you nre of ubillty >nd beiuty if it ii Thii.bnnd, M Out WMH" iMumlcMf wrvice beunn it ii tpeheavintillvirpliitt. Look for the he found on the upper declK, M felt the listing suddenly quicks? Bulletin the. lateit; estimates of figures m the Canadian Pacific the, total number of the dead in reduced to 864. Of this number 758 were pass engero and 211 crew. Of the 403 sav ed the" passengers numbered 201 crew 202. ___________ THE ULSTER VOLUNTEERS The picture of T Edward Carson's .-post. i Ji.'j iiii MAP'SHOWIN DISAiR >OF 'Where thirteen were ipleketf'up itlll adrift-'in'a.mUjilhjrJIfohpiit. ;