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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Kalnrfliiv, Xovciiiber S, 1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 7 One can be comfortably-unconscious of one's hose when they are Penmans-knit-to-form without-q-seam. Think what this implies! Hose bearing the Penman trademark snuggle like a second skin .to every curve of foot and limb. They do not or tear because there is not a scam about them. And, they're made for' men, women and children in cotton, cashmere, silk and in any weight and all popular colors. A STORY OF BUNGLING WITHOUT A PARALLEL o- Government Chattered Ships Return From Hudson's Bay With Cargoes Which" Could Not be Lightered Ask for' Hosiery the next time you go shopping, Ard loot for the t Penmans JJi Paris, Can; Cardston, Xor. is itileri'stmg to cole iu connection with the pass- 'jig of. tlm.birlhday of President Chas. Dra, Card, "tim rounder or Canlston, was celebrated at the .Temple City on he vras over. icer of the buUding or Uie great Lo- jaii teinplo of lie _-Mormon church. {rnrnctliaLely after pleted hd'cameVot'thc request'-of "the thurch, to find a home for u band ol 'Mormon coloriizersj wishing to move lo Canada, Fussing through the state >r Washington, a thor ough Inspection" of land in British Ca .uuilna an3 coming over the Itockic last mail-to -come oui of Hu-Jsou Pay ibis fall by i cr, and. men who have teen employ- ed uii Uie teralual woris. of Uie Mud- son Ray railway, have just arrived 11 Ottawa. They toll a 'story of mis- bungling and hardship .lib constituent waste of tens housauds; of dollars iirobably wi'ho-Jl in the htBlory of government ration >u Canada. In bald story. Iclls ol ships. seni .to >ort -valuable carRO rUtp'JL'first, ascertaining whelbe ighle'rinff facilities, bad b'ecn vtovjil-i '0. fqr unloading the cargoes, and ol he consequent-return of two or three tficse Eblps to North Sydney, after ti long aud useless voyage, with car- goes Btlll In the hold, a waMc of perhaps t> hundred thousand ars or" more in expenses Incurred for chartering; a story of government stores and provisions liiled In ibc open at Port Nelf-on. exjwscil lo loss wind and weather; a stcjy of ratified and striking workmen of whom returned after cnly few days' slay at the Tort. Five Vessels Return Within ihe last fortnight five ves- sels under charter by tbc govern- it of 'the past sumnier. The steamer -was chartered lo tarry- a valuable cargo of. 1 feet of pJne'ftooi I'ort Arthur. Twas. to Porf iNelsuD. 'After a and try- ing voyage with the cargo ihe Alcaiar off I'ort Xolson, only In Htiu DO provision bad been made for lightering the cargo astore, so after a and d, Serous watt of-pontJis off the harbor tbe steamer was obliged to turu around anil-come alt the way back to .Vortii Sydney again. A portion ol the -'deck load thrown overboard before leaving, and. according to lat est it was drifting in anc out of the estuary ai the rcu-jth ol the river with every tide. The gov AT PRESENT, PERHAPS CLASSES TOO LARGE AND AN I OTHER TEACHER Witt j HAVt TO BE EN- GAGED The Pan-Handle of Alaska. Map eminent chartered tbe steamer at a of district which Representative Smith cost of for the round trip. Maryland propases that the Unittd with an additional amount of (250' States cede to Canada because It day to tbc owners, dating (ruin i tht development of adjoin. SepL 1st. The cost o: vessel toj in9 the owners was 150.000. The cargo bas been unloaded at North Syd- ney and will be stored there till win- Er. Others Finally Lightered similar fato befell the steamer Alette, which aleo tarried a valuable who are and is 'constantly giving rite to Irritation." In a motion be- fore Congress. Mr. Smith that ihe President be authorized lo ne- gotiate with the British and Canadian authorities to this, end. parlies arc awake, even thoush those oBible for aids to cargo of limber: On tho other steam- J gation should remain abed, servants ere there were'less valuable cargoes.! of tli? people, even though govern- ment employees." Investigation Foreshadowed There will undoubtedly be x par- liamentary investigation of the ivhole tons true HOD of llio Hudeoo's Bay Hallway and terminal works at Port Nelson under the administration of Hon. FranK Cochrane, Raymor.d, Nov. Ihe ffieetin; of tho S'.-Lool Uoatd last night, U. II. SuiiUi, principal of the Hayiuoud Ceti- tral fichooK Etfirtlcd the trustees by declaring that each teacher non- had In charge an average (otty-fivc filudents, whioh was loo large a, number, Mr. Smith said thai be never wltnwsnd such a la attendance during the seven years he bad been head of ihe he emphasized the urgent necessity of another leather being secured, Tho of the Board j kewise1. in all probability er teacher will bo employed lutbin a few days. It reported thai the students were extremely interested in their manual training and domestic pciecce work at lac Academy, and Mr. King, chairman, and .Mr. U'ride, secretary, "were appointed a committee to toe matter with the church school bwird. A-request was read-from the Bank To The Old Home !n Scotland, EngUnJ and ihe Continent be made at the- lowest'cost. Large s'.eawers. Weekly sraijlnss. ac- now. Kor Cull inioimation asfc any railway or sleirashlp aseut, or, H. E. L1DMAN> General Agent, 349 Main St Winnipeg. Man. of Montreal that tbs account of 'Jii Scli'jol Board be transferred to The Merchants Dack. In view of the fact tlat Ihe town of: Raymond was now llu? with that institution. Thtr fccretarj- wae instructed to make tho transfer at once. and for the most pan they were lightered TUth great difHcuUy and after long delay. It took tho Boethio under tho facilities pro- vjdcd, 21 days to un'oal The Alette ran ashore at the mouth of the river but got off again without damage. Steamer Wrecked As has already been reported, the steamer Cearenee was wrecked -0 I mileB off tbe.Port. now lies sub- nicnt have returned lo Sydney i merged at hisb. tide, "Aith wireless from Hudson Hay. These steamers] and other supplies for Uie arn the HOTIa.venture, the nellaven-i pOrt Capt. Howard, who came back lure, ibc tlie Alcazar, the reports that he Bocthic. They brought them a number of. government ofticlals. the olficers aud ot the Blcamer. Ccarense, and a large, niimbtr of laborers, who bad broken their contracts, pa cycled loss and come hack to civilization rather than. put up with the intoler- afraid of' an investigation as to Then to (be Buffalo plains on the east, tadj blc administrative conditions cilst- his choice of all Iho prairie at tllc port. The two or three ees. It was not till seeing the dis- trict lying along the St. diary's river that, he decided to locale, and the centre of this district afterward took Ms name. President' Card was aJfiu instrumental in Blartiti? the work of canal digging for the A. R. and I. Co. The church, undertook, the first 000 "-w spent h" pf.-thb work and actually i DE.AD ton Nov. .'Unssell Wallace, one-of the world's. greatest .scientists, and a leader in psyciiblogi- cal research, tiled today (iV-'Wiuiborne agfd 51 years, of remaining which they led at Port Nelson are expected to arrive tliortly. Hereafter communication with the men still left will be by Jog train via Le Pas. Tlic comparatively, small Dumber of men slill left on tlid work aria delays, .this .summer argoes freeze tlirough failure to land .f tbe causes of the wreck, but does not think tbat the gorernment quest one In view of ihe state of af- fairs at Port Kelson, which any pub- lic laves tigs reveal: Chief Steward DcBCribss Conditions The Eteward of tbc Cearense, Joseph in a letter whlcb has been.made public, writes o[ con- ditions at the. Port _as follows: aboard-.thp steamer Boe- thio one- bts eye. across Ihe Nelson river-UIKHI a sight of great distress. Some of the-vessels which had been anchored', from two to three months were compelled to leave with tbc best part-of their cargo still on the bay would month, and thus milled for Irial on a charge of bigamy. ' I Irtish IMV UlUUlu, HULL IUU9 vudputitcaiy scnonsly delay the com; be lost- pletion of lha railway and pf.thc.tcr. t-oe minal facilities. Valuable Pino Cargo Brought Sack The report brought back. by the men on tb? steamer Alcazar is char- acteristic of much of Ihe mismanage- CHRISTMAS Excursion Fares From the West in Connection with the ROYAL LJNK Tickets on Sale Nov. 7 to Dec. 31 .-.1913 i' Return. Limit Five Months r Good going on ROYAL GEORGE From Montreal, Saturday Xov..l5 Special Train Without Change. From Winnipeg, Nov. 12. THE WHITE STAR LONDON-PARIS .ROYAL EDWARD From-Halitax, Doc. 3 Special Train Without Change From Winnipeg, .Nov. 29. ROYAL GEORGE From Halifax Tuesday, Dec. 16. Berth reservations and full In- formation from any Hail or Steamship Asenl, or write or phono A. II. DAVIS, General Agent, 6S3 Main Witmipes. sleamera :Akazar and'- Alette carried upon their: forward'and after dects was hole ade- o.uafe system of.-handling freight: Tho only vessel of.'carri'fng capacity at all. for llglitofing Is the tow-boat N'e.ophyte,'o handle about tr-reo hundred if. Uio weather is fairly gpol Wilh.uiree or four good- si'-ed fihips waiting their chances of baltig unload'd in less than two or Ihiee ir.onths scant. The steamer Alcaiar.' Port Nelson 00 per cent, .of lev cargo on board on Seiitember-22. alter having hcen at the port since June 12. Tbe steamer Alette also left the port her cargo on board, EO you .can. im- agine the Bystem'tbat exists there up to the present ilay. Food 3r.d Housing Also Bad "Things arc also certainly at their worst in the hap'dlinr; ol provisions and the housing of Uw workmen at Port Neleoo. Food" and provisions In every share and form can be found lying in "nuap6 at the mercy of all weathers, like coal heapfd up on an open field, only the more perishable QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL goods, sucli as being pro-f TEUTONIC lected'by canvas. This means] LAURENTIC that tiiere arc thousands of dollars'j worth of pro'-'islona which are found OFFICES 353 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, OR LOCAL AGENTS Canadian Pacific Railway Depot Ticket Officer REPRESENTING: Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamers Allan Line, Royal Mall Steamert While Star, Hcd Star, American Line; LfiUnd Line. Cunard Llnss Donaldson. Line Anchor Line French Line Scandinavian Amerlctn Russian American Holland-America Line Hamburg-American Line North German Lloyd Lire Auitra-Americana S. S. Co. Soc.ieta Dl Navlgazlene A Vapore Generate Itallana And alE other Trans-Atlantic Steamship lines. Special Christmas Rates. Sail- ings of any lines mailed prompt- ly upon application. Wireiefcs reports of ships near- In5 ports received daily. Infor- mation chCxrCully given. REDUCED RAIL .RATES- IN, CONNECTION WITH ALL .1 TICKETS SOLD BY US i Call Telephone 512 or Address S. MITCHELL C. P. R. TICKET AGENT LETHBRIDGE. Fall And Winter Excursions Berthing Lists Now Open Attractive Sailings by Various Routes HUE To Europe Irom Canada Direct by.the Old Reliable USST'" CARRYING ONE CLASS CABIN AND THIRD CLASS S. S. Andania and Alaunia Eich, Tons. NEWEST VESSELS IN THE CANADIAN SERVICE, From IS From Z2 From 1 inoo. CHUsnus SAIUK TO UVtlfOOL Via QiraSJTOKS. Prom Dtt 1J For of >nd %trrricet from PortUnJi New York, to Local Atento, or V THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD., Main Sfroet, Whinlpig.' A. B. MITCHELL, PHONE 312, LETHHRIDGE, ALTA. Nov. 15 Nov. 22 The Curye tiiiat Makes the Difference practically useless within a period ol or and condemned to the Loofcs i casual, unimportant bend In the holder, eh? In reallly It is one ol the rr.osl important things In' (azordom ihe subjecl ol. basic GiHtlle Patents and Ihe cause ol the wonderful adjuslabilily vhich Is an exclusive Gillette feature. Gripping the blade close lo Ms shaving- .edges, the plale bends It down doss lo the loolhed guard, and holds It ABSOLUTELY RIGID. This prevents Ihe vibration makes other, razors pull and cut une', ar.d Is one of Ihe chief reasons 1 (or the -'velvet -smoothness cf the Gillette shave. Quite as iraporlanl is the adjuslability. Screv the outer plate up light holds the razor edge riglil against the guard, giving' 3 very light shsve. As you loosen II you give the blade mete ar.d more so that It shaves closer and closer. Thus every nun can gel an sdjuslmenl which exaclly smlshls beard and thing he cannot do i'ith any olher razor in the woild, Whjr not get Gillette good-bj-e to your ihnrinf troubles? Your Dealer, Jeweler or Drugtnt ihow you Sets at Edition! to SeU up. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR :CO.: OF''CANADA, LIMITED. Office New CilltJU fM I Laborert Strilit ind Return Referring to living conditions, tbe steward continues: "One finds men sleeping .Ihsy. get shel- ter: Some arc fortunate, enough :to log buhte ho'iisci. .The'Olbers'.aro left, to the mercy o( tents. of tham find, seller upon'the.boafrf'fJoora of. any' place that has a. roof (e> It. During September 21. ;2.an4 23. ir.ost.oMhe Isborers were strike, and the work at Klghtr lo ono hundred .secured passage on the :twethlc for return lo lull- fax." The fact that thsse men -had to par ItOOla'plsee for their passago and that tfiey: broke their..'contract to main; for a year, and jjcrlticed. tbciv of hardship and report- cd. i Gevernmtnt Officials Lax Apparently there-Isr.some lirity on tho'part of government officials In re- fulfilling On hl3 return :to CapL llowiird-.iof .the-.-wreclMrt' steamer CeaVeriie, as to litr condtton. He, horever, InmlcJ out the. following 'enletnitlc but cant signed How ardVrefnse.. regarding tlic 'loss of the jCeaVepse, but ccals thai slWfwv) CHRISTMAS SAILINGS 1 From From Portlind Halifax CANADA......... Nov. 2? Nov. 30 MEGANTIC; Dec. 6 Dec. 7 TEUTONIC 13 Dec. 14 NEW YORK iff Eastern Excursions December 1st to 3lat C, I NEW YORK While atar Line LIVERPOOL N'OT. 20, CedrlcrDe'c. 4, Baltic, Dec. H Celtic New Southampton, Plymouth ft. long Nov. 19 and Dec. IS. MAJESTIC Nov. 26. OCEANIC, Dec. 5 York, Dsc. 12 Boiton, -1 Queehilon, Liverpoo IS and Dec. 15 Amble Tho and Mejantlc are. the iaigest Btaamerj In the Canadlai Trade and embody all the comforts and luiuriea of up-to-date travel. The Ttutonlc, Canada Arabic an lenneJ One-Class Cahin Ships 01 which passengers have tho beat ac comniodatlons -at Second Class rates. Comfort and economy com blnod. For rales, Olher Sallingf, lllustralei flooklcts, etc., apply to nearest rail way or sieamship agent or write W. M. MeLEOD, Canadian Wtltcrn Passenger Agent 333 Main St. Winnipeg LOCAL AGENTS S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT Ask about our N'fne Cruises to Tan- ama'Canal-and Indies or 51edlt- crranean Cruises to the Rlrlers, Italy and Bgj-pl. licUirn Limit 3 Months Stopovers cast of Fort- William Trains Leave Lctlibridgo at 23.50 daily and lo.JJO except Sunday VIA THE Canadian Pacific Railway First class luund trip fares from' LelKb'ridja to ..'.V TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLE- VILLE, KINGSTON J.. i..V.-i...'... 'W7.W ST. JOHN, MONCTON............ Correapondtng farw from other points and to all stations in ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES. For bpofclel of information and full par- ticulars, apply to any agent Canad- ian Pacific Railway, UNITED STATES; EXCURSIONS.. Round. Trip farts from Lethbridjc ..........MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL DULUTH CHICAOO KANSAS CITY............... Corretponding fares to other.points In ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, and WISCONSIN December 1 to Return limit Three 345.40 JB.10 t6t.40 S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Phone 512 JUICklr CTTHnJ, AK M4 fuDft' ;