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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE M-rrillUU'DUK IIKUALI) THAXK'MtirVIXC DAY .MIUTAKY 'k'R-Al! KDY AT STKKKTSVI AovemlK'i' I, 1012. f i- -XyV5 Tre above sketch of the two wrecked cars nt-Streetsvilltf shows how the first passenger coach telescoped itself igiinst the rear of the baggage coach ahead. The baggage coach rose from its rear trucks and the oncoming passenger coach was shivered to splinters. "A" Company of the -18th Highlanders occupied the coach. Only si> men escaped injury and it is a marvel that the deaths not more numerous. J of the High andors vas killed m the' wreck on the return of the troops' from the Thanksgiving Diy man i 'oevurcs, Ballantyne is aged'21. and, FRENZIED UTTERANCES OF MAN .relatives in Eastern and We.sti EW RAILWAY SHALLOW E'EN BERTS' SPEECH PROJECT MOOTED! CONCERT HELD Canada, FAVORING CONSCRIPTION CREATE A GENERAL FURORE I APPLICATION FOR CHARTER FOR A ROAD FROM WETASKIWIN TO REVELSTOKE Otova, Nuv. will WOMEN'S CIVIC IMPROVEMENT CLUB AT WARNER IS A LIVE INSTITUTION Warner, Xov. jN-J. M. JlcXoll ami i l.tmilun, il Jianchrsirr in which he twentieth ceil-1 To X "uio occasion', "emlered! conditions, valley or such other eourke as uray be 01 conw-Tiption on the shoulders m -i i n i the British people.- pUmf (1 11 I or such other pass us may he t i -ailienus in Jlaiiirhesler Sat- practical tlu-iu-p in a westerly: The tiennau t-nlony coiulemm-d din-ction to the hpurfvati-ts of tbc: spfcch, Leggiug (rk-nds in Ger-. canoe river, British Columbia- iirtln select ruadrng in the negro dialect by a Mr. IHIiiK, waa exceptionally well rendered und wus alone worth the price, of After tho gram, rcfveshnicnls were served and j the hall turned" over to Hie crowti. I .Private Mack -Murdoch, who also killed. Murdoch's .relatives live in Prince' Albsr; district. His riiotl1 Is Mre.: Washington Eiglow, of thr Prince tAlbert district. ME-DLEY OF ILLS IN ANDES Chicago Curator Back From Yarn .Os Oct. Wilfred J gofjfli curator of mnmtiialb and" birds at tie Field museum, r'i turned to hie igo nine IL Peru uitl the A_ni U u sjtiimjtiib ui Ai; P. Anflersoii the ft it mams nid 101 nioii to imi'i'tstaml (hat Lord Hoh-'ilowii the valley of ihu Cunoe river- pjts not i-pllcct Hip, opinion or siicli'otlier valk-y' as mav he found There were- ti Ltrat majority of Kiiglishmen. practical to thi? jiinclion of the cotlltl J Jjooths whore GREAT MILITARY BANQUET HELD) :noc river'with tire Columbia -river At one place -.vlnre an ilhcnrc down I ho Coiiunbin rlvpi witch presided oui> could Inve 'li-y in till! city nt.Revplslnke in ioimnc correctly foretold Tor ihe of British Cnlumljia. iiouiiiia! sum of Another CELEBRATED 50th ANNIVERSARY OF FOUf.DINC OF TORONTO ROYAL GRENADIERS FORTY hjlaoe nulling waa good. jar, 0 ceuiB per ease, awl HO on ilowu of lint oven- make bis utterances a treat to listen to. In the morning lie spoke on "Sei aiid gave many helpful thoughts which teud to inspire tbe hearer toj his opportunities and privileges. At night, he spoke on "Power." and held the large audience, which com pictely fll'led the church, with unabat cd interest. Mr. Bishop believes iu' the men'of old, believes they preach-, ed the message needed in that age but he also believes the church has sufficient elasticity aild adaptability] to meet, the changing economic, social j and industrial conditions, which hrin. The ntis'tfjsnl ___ _..........._...............g ling's enteriiunmeni way jnat over with development new problems and j which will be invested in an organ larger thoughts, und which-need to bt.' JSHELS TO .ACREi? or ;ia first payment OH a piano lor lie school. U 'Will )iu fauna. soi th A.I lenn taruei L uioc ihe "Mr Obfeood lj> pack innl-i launch and, steamer, and initeq i sort of in ullj ulct uid pruailng to ituUule U ui no jKint vnd On tut ( rlicit is tiuionir plti'g'i IiLoat fiilurt it ten ben b n it 1 uqHo mil How f ui hi ick u r f i or uid in ti i it t-tis Mm d ul the v, i n mi-Jit the iinpiiLs n kt_d bloLil nni ihi milts till UH n nlct IK ul (in 1 iioin t i! ut t Our i ic n iic 'On fhu Auiuxon we- ijhartiil. oitrj ul! Jii) nil! H h i u ed mid in thf dail U hnn In Ul 11 llllll Toronto, ntir party rvt-r in (he banquet (tillered iiy I.ieut.-'.'ui A. 1C. Guoderham in the Armory-Sat urday night- to the oflictrs and mem- bers of tPtjinitiit oi Po Gitn aiiiLis flinr-i in pld td lor an'd only 7.rt places wore nnoc invitaiion to the commanding o'ficcrs is iar J Vtnfia nn the cist UH ji d L (ril i S LHI mtoil River tlie I i u 'i n i nd uid lintnlsc pirfitip toJ n i i H i il leuniiui u toinmenior it ion i tiij ainnti of He loinu ll II jl I it. that the ladies provided iht school j with a i'inc bell -ronr moufcha ago. It 3 .-Thf DISTRICT FARMER to note what, the ladies SPLENDID SHOWING ON do it only about iL j D. Hupps auction sale on October 500-ACRE FIELD 12o was very well attended and the _________ jhidding waa spirHed. Nearly every- thing was run up to a good price a'ad I r 3 Tinslry, one of1 Mr. Hupp was very, well satisfied, lajtis mo I siiutssml uid prospiir-j JUr. and -Mrs. Rupp have been here ntis farmers, lias a large place! about two years and will be greatly aiiouL twelve miles south-east of Tab-; missed by their.numerous friends, ea- 11 Ins JUM Lompltttl ttiri'ihing op- pecially in church and young people's h id in just, 500 work. They left for Lethbridge on ed oi mil little under Ifl.fiflO hiishcis of nor 1' thresh-; Friday oveiiiug, wlitro they will stay Is de- _jJJUV.-, he will do. For the pres- Lpiont vhkh his not not heen cxct-il- !eiiL he will accept a position tho j rd in-, ii, im-, district. Though i international Harvester Company. imp urld uent onh i httle better approached from a different angle than the problems of the bygone days Within tiic last ten years have arisen which call for new tac tics, and on this basis the rev. tleinan. in vigorous style and elo 11 uent language, outlined thc dynamic forces ol" the churcs. which, if active, should be able to cope with problems would remain unsolved, it tho church has no power. There is abundance of organization that needed for the stimulating -powers of an appreciation of God's will and de- sign for the church in this age. The musical service at night wtV very- fine. The choir sang two an- thems, and there were solos by Mr. Jamiesou and Mv. George .Mitford. he lui E We. hall made it? im- IwrMt-r to acre, an-j o U hiirrt hv close lo IH'ty, and uuiitii ui the st IU d be Jllg 00 JI01H! 1 J] iu il t in nt iiiininiui k if in o ttu in i L luu I'll H (U (I tlU l ill b iLk j non- ofli r inin buds mil on ii tllf llHlf O! -iji hlatk with m ul n n nun Hi ud i Ii ul to ri itn in u erl to m i! i tin tiiiiTi m ounu Hints aiidihlt lo ill rll''''s "i tallies stretched ''niorif- i coiiLtrt 1( s undmd irom !1L S'" lk' r tut ,01, llli'd I nut I, i -u Iriln (.ill [1 u son. Ma fit mi il i oium n i LifUl Oi ilnu I irtl (nl n former conitu indtr uid iptun iluw runihorhuiil. lirai with .........._ (ij NATURAL EAR TRUMPETS .splrndid average of close lo Icrty I H !liis ascertained that the bushels ;m acre taken irom horn of a wild shceji, when Wlli ill: M uid I In-- is tlip best (Top lie hi; land so fur. JMr. Tin.sleV mini his ou in ill m HIR loo much money. are too ex Ira vacant. Ho 11 is In the Slates, so it. IH In Canada. There is an enormous amount of wane, and that Is as far as I will go ill the pr.cse hat covuri Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. a. Sliced, slayer ot Capt. A. 0. lloyce, and lioyce, bis son, bad bis hopes for temporary freedom de- molished .Saturday afternoon when HER SUGGESTION TO DISPLACE ROUGH-HOUSE TACTICS WITH GABBY PARROTS CAR SHORTAGE IS DANGER OF FREEZING FACES COMMUNITIES THROUGH IN- ABILITY TO GET COAL ,Vashiugtoii, Nov. ot freight cars, the tneuace of a coal famine and industrial paralysis in some oarts ot the country has become ao serious that the Interstate Com- merce Commission has proposed to shippers drastic suggestions for Wi- lier, with a thinly veiled intimation that should they fall to remedy .tlio situation thu commission itsell would find it way to do so. '.'The condition is declared Commissioner Lane. who. for several weeks, has been conducting an in- iiuin. I- reat institutions of the the University of Michigan, for in- practically out of fuel, and cannot get it, because there are no curs for its transportation. If im- mediate relief is not found the people ill borne parts of this country will lie to death because of their iu- -Jlllity lo get coal.'1 The car shortage is suid to have been found to he due in part to delay In unloading cars, the slow movement of the freight cars, and failure of the railroads to return cars to the lines owning them. In the latter case, if is c lid. that the railroads hold cars, pay- ing a nominal charge tor their use. This the commission denounces as 'nothing less than thefx." The investigation of the slo'w move- ment of the freights disclosed the fact thai, a car averaged about twent" miles a day. and that while one was moving, thirteen were standing idle. TAFT HEARD A TEDDHERMON MINISTER BOOSTED PROGRES. SIVE OFF TO CINCINNATI TO VOTE York, Nov. Taft eft this ciiy shortly after three o'- :lock yesterday for Cinciniiati. where Chrislobel 1'anklfilrst., urging her to mist fog .covering Us abandon policy .of' suHra- gctlc iietlutils. Laily Hyroa says: ._J may say violence is necessary. llc is liroiigl't Jicrc Nov. I1-, for his kra.-ps "us lieforc (lie public' "trial .for tli6 killing ol tin: liu is tlierc no oliicr way I will, .Boycc lie will bu kept In jail, make you a sporting oik-r. Ji you'AI' llis .loriner. trial lie was allowed nil! induce 1170 of your, friends each on Ma.OOtl hail. the proKL'Ciiting attorney annoiinceti hi: wiil cast ]iis vote on 'J'uesday. that they would file a motion for a In the morning, the President Jit- hearing next ivrr.k of Snccd's habeas I tended church, and heard the pastor corpus appeal. The district court at] [he Rev. John Hayne8'Jlolracs, preach Amanllo ranscil Snccd hail after kill- I Ou "The moral significance the ins lloycc tliere Sept. M, and the new 8ermoll Mag nonucedly progressive In .its wnor. "The new politics arc not the poli- tics of l lie old stand-patisni, Inn of The cftcd of the proposed motion MSranaiz.-- w.U prevent ball. When j London, Xov. Under the title of amn "f criminal appeals in Austin, "A scolding for l.adyj-1. ago overruled this dcci- liyron lias written an open letter to him bond in the sum to buy u parrot ;ind leach it to say For Women1 by the sixteenth' of December, I promise to supply vio- Tlic prosecution say that tiic not hailaUlo. The action was dc- bv a" conferchue of the attor- j let and taluk cages and lo send UH-IU "e-vs tilis 1 to each member of parliament wish-j ling liim a happj' New S ear. NOTED ENGINEER DEAD (.you think tliat might prove ;is' per-; Si. John Nov II llmm- huishi as selling fire to IhclH r.E., OIlc of the best known'struciurM engineers in America, and a business Vi uniliih; a London muii- ;i3socjato of 0 v. 'Qn iuei it, Irving to get ins o be to i i ,1 "-v Ol u" L nln.- the nturn tronr J'nris to play thc volesin-, !u huoinr in K. srmi-polili-! wllarl- nearly u Kioe n m, sr.m-po- nl comedy "Tlio Member for Sloc-i 000'00n' tllc" hcre Saturday nf- REV. FATHER 'AMBROSIUS PARASCHAKE Priest of thc Greek Orthodox Church In' Topbrttc, who wilt lead a party of, his compatriots to the.war hich was produced thirty i lfirnoonf ('m'inK o and still is popular and is hfl hiul at 'W01'lf- "c hnri now being booked for variety houses, j lhe t-onstniction of great If it, is iiu.iblft to Uhristohel, nl Hong- Kotiff, Buenos Ayrca, ur us cial said Dr. Holmts, in his sermon. "We will not lunger have tbe lawn for human welfare repealed by (lift court, such as waa done hy the re- actionary e.onrl of appeals here in York. 'i'hc President impassive through out Lhe sennou. Dr. Holmes aatd af- tci'wjird that he had no idea the Presi- dent wag to attend tire sHrvices; lhat he did not wish to seem discourteous, hut. at the same lime he had planned this particular sermon for the Sunday before el-eetton, IUM' announced it: to bis people, and had no other sermon prepared. He said he was not bound to nny party, but intended to vote for Col. Honsevelt. management would like to have her sister .Svlvia. JAMES GDI-DIE DEAD Out, Nov. Ooldle, one of Cnelpb's oldest found- and president of the .Ifinies (foldle Mining Co., died suddenly this niorn- 'ing jit his S8tb y.enr. Xnw York, and 1ho subway in Phila- delphia. TO ENTER BRITISH COLLEGE London. Xov. Machrlell, Royal Canadian Dragoons, am! Cap- tafn A, II. liordon, Royal Conadlttii Jtflfiiment, have been nominated for admission to'tbc staff.collnKe at Cam. berley. HAIR CUTS TO BE 35 CENTS Chicago Barbers Say Decreased Cost of Safety Razors is one Cause Chicago. Oct. price of a hair cut is to be raised from -twenty- livo conn to thirty-live cenls