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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November 1012 THE DAILY IIEKATX DEUYffilaffFiC1 RAILWAY COMPANY OPPOSED SAMPLE BOARD AT CALGARY UP GRAIN Dray presided over a meeting of the Dominion Hallway Hoard to lively discussion the establishment sample markets in aud Fort The representatives declare that a serious congestion oi the traffic would result in holding buck the cars for twentyfour hours pending the companies so libitors agreed to confer with Nix Railway to try and evolve a plan which will provide the anil adequate terminal fuc vA telegram was produced at the hfeetingy Sir William McKcnzie and Judge Phippon wore conferring j Dennis and Beatty iri with the object of irig of the difficulty ing out of the construutiua of the Ni through the irrigation block near of lias been hero for two1 dbys on behalf of the urging the commission to act promptly in the matter for an order to remove the barricade ejected by the ivyrosB the and the to replace the torn up by The chairman stated that if an ag jreeuienl were not arrived at in TGTOII tq between he nmlte an order In the IMPERIAL LIMITED LEFT TRACK North im perial Canadian Pacific west last night at 10 ocibolt by iv four cars leavUig the near Way land sia west of North Traffic was delayed about six hours by the Two persons were injur ed JUDGE LAFONTAINE DECIDES AGAINST MONTREAL CQMPANY IN ITS CONTENTION the Le micux for a board of conciliation to inquire into disputes between employer and employee is and consequently t board appointed to look into certain differences between the Montreal Street and a low of Us em jiloyees wasregularly and legally ap is the teribr of a ruling hand ed down by JusticeLafontaine this In a case which has been oc cupying the attention of the local Su perior Court offhand on forthe past two As be the appointment of the board which was composed of Justice For Perron and Charlemagne was attacked by the Montreal Street Railway on the grounds that the act unconstitution The legality of the act was plac ed in question on the grounds that legislation dealing with thedifferen ces between master per taining to the authorities and consequently named was ultra vires of the federal The specific appointment board was attacked on the grounds that the com plied DO NOT SEEM LIKE PRINCI PAL WHO WAS EMPLOYED RECENTLY REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR IN IOWA lies re turns from Jill five counties of the Stato make certain the election of as by a plurality For Health byLydia Veg etable Canadian women are continually writ ing us suchletters us the two which are heartfelt expressions of grati restored health Gl An ford Ont have ta ken Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Com q pound and never found any medicine to compare with I had ulcers and fall ing of womb and doctors did me no suffered dreadfully for years until I began taking your I al so recommend it for nervousness and in HENRY Glanford I heard your highly and a year ago 1 began taking thuni for falling of womb and ovarian My left side pained me all the time and just before my periods which were irregular and painful would be To sit down caused mepain and suffer ing and I would be so timesthat I could not bear to see any one hear any one Little speckj would float before my eyes and I was always I too much for Lydia Pinkhnrns Vegetable Compound and Liver for there are no medicines like F have taken tlicm and 1 recommend them to nil You may publish this STK IMENJ of the eleven teachers it the Public school handed in their resignations tb the Sclicol J3oaid todnV and a meeting be lieU to consider the situation The act is the result oi dissatisfaction on the pvtl oi the teachers ith the convict of Thompson naw principal who took charge at tliehogimiingdr the coiningfrpm cis On previous ocdasibhs this the have laid com plaints before t he members of but was temporarily nnfl the matter hushed DECISION ON SURPLUS ORDERS WHICH GOES AGAINST THE WHOLESALE clothing dealers throughout Canada art1 al lirctid by a decision handed down in tilt Alberta court today by Justice Harvey held that the firm of McGoubrey and are not compelled to pay tor a surplusage goods sent them by The eastern wholesale firm argued that the local retailers had accepted tlic goods inasmuch as they had been in slock for three months and otiered for Tlie defendant local com pany urged that the surplusage was not noticed until thestock was check ed over some time after the ship ment And they were then shipped The bill or the surplusage amount ed to ami the eastern company claimed additional for loss of Tlic court also taxed the cost amounting to against the eas tern The case has lieen fought for two years and the decision will establish an important preced EDITED BY ING MHONM WOULD INCITE PEOPLE TO RE BELLION SHOULD A WAR BE DECLARED the Labor TV ho served tLmtJ in for aspeech he made some time ago artvishig soldiers not to obey orders when it came down to shooting the made a sensational speech at a syndicalist meeting in London last He moved a resolution denouncing internal wars as calamitous to work ing men and said the only war which would merit their attention was a class Tlie resolution affirmed if CiTeat Britain entered Into any war the would resort to a general strike to prevent supplies from being forwarded to the navy and This resolution was carried by ac clamation amid tremendous Maiui in advancing the regjg saifl1 ifc wasijrihjareu tcHict as bcl in the event of waranil was pre pared to incite others to rebellion mid mutin OUT FASHION God isout of fashion Then lotme Where stilus dont change in religion so i Godbut of Then love And the simple sweetness oi life lived To joy and honor ami grace and truth Ami tils morning tjflieauty ami death less youth God out of fashion Then lei me smile i In a land where they do not change the Clod out of fashion Then truth is j Aiid barren ways are the ways men And lips arc arid men turned brute eating the salt of tlie dead God our of fashion no Not i Though bumptious creatures some times forget ThjJ laws eternal and plans sublime I Remain unchanged through the cnang Ing time And when they are dust in a rolling Mens souls uill raiment them selves in Bernard and Shaw have gone on a trip in British Johnson went to Cal gary yesterday to represent Aii Sunday schoolat the provin j cial J Smiil was a weekend visitor in returning ycs jterday with Kmirl and little were guests fora a short time with Tabor is in Calgary as ollicial delegate from the Kirsti Bap tistSunday school to the provincial convention convening iji that and ilcCUire and wee Clure leave 4to spend the winter ami and Kaake went to Calvary this morning to attend tlie provincial i professional US j frieiuily 116 Kusiness and investigation 12 253 Hours at 21 Clothing has tjcen received from Mtsdames and Ulotliing was supplied to one fam ily and medicine to two out of the nurses registry have been At lastthe night has when I themuch talked of and eagerly antij Jarleys Wax Works he presented in Knox church in con nection with the big Poster which was held iu the basement to day and continues tomorrow and The cast of characters for this evenings performance includes Edith Mother Goose Chamber Jack Miss Mary Red Riding Hood Jessie Gladys Babes in the and Muriel Helen McKillop Chamber of Beauty Sleeping Elaine John Aldcn and Priscilla Miss Wright and May Mary Popular Songs Chamber Casey Krcd ink Gladys Beautiful of Horrors TwoHeaded Helen Mur ray aiid Miss Legracled Barbara Verne Bluebeard and his Miss Kna Miss Rowan andMiss Josie piretakers Peter and Ar thur Higinbothaqi and The of Neglected Children has recently to its as a wo man probation officer for Prov inceof tMJEs comes to her work particularlywellquail she having hadsometwenty yearsexperience in childrens work before coming toAl Mies CONDUCTOR FELL OFF TRAIN P H ton ductor Fred fell fioiii tlie lop of his ciboosp nlnle ciossiiife budge numbei spinn ing a brmch of the tttst of Tier i ind fell to the ihei feet striking i lock fhe tMin isjubrant of the went on aiid not until two hours timtj he lay ujjcn rock screaming for The first to hear were the crew of a They car ried him into Kcnora where he was admitted totlie WANTED ON Moose 1 was issued ol iho inest of I Jward clvrk f in Messrs Duns It is alleged that he ei tered the office of tlia company late Saturday night or early and broke open several desks and decamfpeil with ihe incident ally the information charges that Stoneman was short iu his tiollec Stoueman comes from Winni having wcrknd for the firm McArtliur aiid Master have1 been visiting at points in Ontario anil will return home sometime this1 Mrs C C iii the guest of her Hrandow is delegate from Sundiy schoolto the provin cial Higlnbotham went to His where he will deliver a address tomorrow af ternoon on Iionecr Methods in Sun dav School Work beiore the business mens meeting of the provincial Sun clav school leaves tomorrow for ilso as a delegate from Knox Sunday Buchanaii and Master Donah vest onlay afternoon to Msit it Mis liiuhanans old in Later Buchan an will Lo to where she will hp joined bv Hiichaiian when tlie parliamentary Chavks Vousc leaves tomor rtiw for where she will speml the Requisites Trunks and Suit Cases that will hold their own in the mad rush of transportationhold their contents intact as worth almost any Lots ol such Trusty Trunks and Suit Cases are here in nil sizes and for every purpose and wont flattenyour pocket Full medium and steamer cjidi lias merit in the way of con but all built canvas ocneiod 11 dtnible bottom a ad good stiong Suit and oiling every de sirable le sue and almost all leathers will be I omul in pin unequalled sojne leath or some but the puces Aull suit you Theies just as much 01 lack of about hand bags as thcie 15 about tiavellei who qanies a stylish bag is trjbuting considoiablv to his pezsonal ap Then again dialing near ill bard problem of gift Riving to be How about a suit case One never comes folks make short trips at one time or Or a good roomy English frariie bag Thekiud that seems to grow deeper as 3ou open tbeni 01 even a trunk All are useful and sure to be Hudsons Bay ELOQUENT PREACHER IS MUCH ARE HELD EVERY NIGHT j I Paul Bull again preached auj other splendid smmm in Augus lins Church last before a very largo The end eloquent remarks i were eagerly ciinght by those Bulls sincerity and religious again addresBj j The rGverend sentlenians elonnent I land withal terse aiid vigorqus vuesj of tiio gosptl is i IlliB thought is Christ the j j winning the straying son biickfo the i Hull has to bo heard toj be fully lie Js otae of the most gifted preachers ever heard in and the iaot that he served his Kinpire so wof as a sol dierpriest adds glamor to hKi pleas J ing There was a service for women Ibis and tonight there will be another public Iqople of all and of no sect Clubs and Societies Try This Homemads Cough Remedy Costs But Docs the mMoney WOMEN ON KANSAS JURIES a re suit of the alluplSiii of tlie siif fniRe amcndiuint wn1 men jurors will drawn in tlie dis trict coilMline tor tin January i Mix two cups of HiMmilotetl sugar wllb 1 cm of warm and slir for 2 min Iut ii ounfcs of Pincx fifty cents Mortli in a Illounce then add tiic Susar Talic a tcaspooa fu every two or three You will find that this simple remedy takes hold of a couih more quickly than anything else ever Usually cnda a deepHeated coimli InwiiU1 of 21 for wlioopinb chest and other throat II the appetllo and Is which helps end a Tliis recipe makes more and bolter conKh than you could Inly ready made for It iteeps perfectly and IMnex is tlie most vahnihlcroncenlrntcd compound of Norway vvliltc pine nnil Is rlcli in sualiuu unt alltlie na tural itlni are licallnii to tlie other preintratloiiH will not wurk In thl This plan of COUKII cyrnp with Jhiex and Millar or drained ny has irnvrn po popular tnrouiliour MIC Ilnllnl Kialcs tlKit II Is nfltn Hill the formula A of momiy promptly with Your hns or will not It for U not send to The Iiaox Tlic lpworth ot Westmins ter mrcls tilis when Joseph Wirodsxvortli will deliver lecture on Mission Work in which will be illustrated with lantern The Ladies Ail of Andrews chuicii are lo meet on at I he home of 3rd and not tomorrow as Tlic Kpworlh League of Wesley church held a and social cv oiling lasl which was attended by sonic Heycntytivc fine program was rendcrcil includ ing JMomi Instrumental Chan IntciTslintr diyersioa was iurnished by tiessing and peanut rolling cou j The Kclicf socicu met the yistnrday wlicn matters of business were discnssiil The ladies uill sell liikrls on a pcicfiilaiic basis for ihi Kva iMvloll which will he heli on and hope for cordial irnin all in Ilie oi Ihe The rcpinl ul tinIfclici Sticirtv for October inllows of palienis atlchdcd 21 be that oV securing the of tlie wonwn of the province in the of the prevention of crime among She is prepared to speak Jit womens organizations or al any time tbat arrangements are made to have appear before sucli The object of hor work Is bntJrely that of Sh6 corner to Alberta with a long and is regarded us one of most expert women on tho contin ent herparticnlar Miss appointment fills a longfelt need in the province aud if she is given thecooperation the women in centres of who aro to recognize the and the they can accomplish in theway of prevention of crime through the medium of a little self her work is bound to results in the future that he im possible to estimate dollars and Womens churches or others desirous arranging to have Miss Yeomans should communicate with the office of the Superintendent of Neglected Possibly the most attractive place in the city today was the basement i uf Knox where the Poster1 which has been occupying tbc time and attention of the ladies for many weeks opened under most auspicious circumstances this nftcr The sale continues tomorrow ami The whole room is divjiied off into most attractive nine in whenarticles of all kinds arranged for The Candy booth is prettily ammij ed with pink and green crepe imper garlands and flowers and the baskets I ind which contain Huylers Laiufe of the j Those in charge arc and j The Orovcry decimated in j contains almost every known hi tingrocery line md was Hen mid Kreiii Uic color scbenic of Ihe Hardware which deserves a Murray isIn Japanese ica ritoni is of thu en fetewilh Japanese lanterns andpara the tables are niiims on The Indies presid ing arr while WWA Ulen Miss lagan and Miss Kclra Tinllornl hontlris iv is tlir name suggests unit loolitil iillcr McCarty and Miss John J Kanty Work stnll is indeed a luxury to sec will its exquisitely worked pieces It iii decorated m groy paper red lowers Mrs 1 Kirkhampresides The Journal done in oljange and black collects iubscuptioni to Saturdav Post Counto Ii jou Arthiu Reid Miss Hig inbotham Miss LUmbard or Miss Helen The Bab noofh cont ilns all thil blue and Thestbikispronii and a liiesizcd bahv doll is no those m chirge aro Mrs Frankljn and His Marrs Paper and Picture stalid in orange nnd blacli frstoonink is in charge of Starnes aho Hilljs A fish pond piQMdtb inn for the kiddiea ant is in thalge of Mrs J A Bisselis carjlet to the successful guesser of the number of beans in a Miss Wood and Miss Armstrongrcgis ter the guesses Ilidgeways tea and cocoa are a demonstrator of each being CARNEGIE IN DEBT New gie will pay no personal tax tbn city of New York this Theiron masters personal property was as sessed at but he today before tbc president of the lax department and made anitiavit tbat this was Carnegie swore tbat the value of his effects in the city did not while his debts aggregated Accordingly the against him was WARREN ELECTED best figures obtainable today indicate War rens election over democratic Warren only two votes to and State Chairman Hop kins declares the ollicial count in all IIP required to de termine tile A SUCCESSFUL Edward oE Merid 40 vtwil by try Dr MarteUs Female ihe did v 80 with wonderful Thous andsof others would the 20 years at your Shilohm The fimjly for Conths Col cHb ifl little and does nucbl HENRY HOLMES Still Attrattt Try It in UUh manager of the In vestment of Raymond re ceived the foliowing letter In rkply to the sample of Holmes which Budd sent to cashier of the Bank ot Uintab Utah t acknowledge with Ihe sample of dry land wheat which was a prize winner at the DryFarming recently held inyour coun It certainly looks have asked the manager o our W80 acre farm at Green It and care for We will endeslTbr to your people in the railing of firstclass wheat and Eope to report to you our Thus the tame of Southern and Raymond district in and boost thus received do attracting the attention of those seek homes and hae money invest It hs the duly ofs every titien fo herald the fact that thissouthern district captured the prizes much covetedat theDryFarnilng The success of farm ers duriiii theCongress is legit imate and praiseworthy and should he used to Ihe best advan YOU GANT BIJY JUST AS GOOD AS You realize ibis libcn you Buy a packet anil if you aro 1101 entirely saHnfled with It your money he plomptly refnnileii by ;