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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta jiniij.y, November THE DAILY HERALD i no I'ishino' in- dustry alone will give I'rinee .Rupert a pop- ulation of peo- That is a- pub- 'lic staloment of Sir ft eo. Doughly, head of one of the great- est fishing compan- ies in tho world. Kir George is a business man who backs up his opinions with cash. Ho is investing sev- eral .hundred thous- and, dollars in the, fisheries, adjacent, to Prince Rupert. He is establishing in the district several can- ning, packing, salt- .ing and Cold storage plants and has a Jargc fleet of steam traw- lers being built for the liishing trade. This is only one of many such companies. The Canadian Pish Cold Storage Co., have in Prince Rupert the largest cold storage single unit plant in Am- erica, and a fleet of fifteen steamers being built in England to operate in connection with tiie plant. There aro five com- bined fishing and cold storage plants already In operation hern Besides there are 25 salmon can- nories in the Princo Rupert dist- rict, employing hands and paying hundreds ot thousands of dollars in wages. The whaling industry employs 500 men In the district and the business pays enormous profits. Oil and fish fertilizer plants are in process of organization and building. By the time tho G. T. P. is opened Princo Rupert will bo ready to ship ten or twenty cars of fresh fish to eastern markets every day. Makes Everything Like New Women appreciate die enac with which worn and marred furniture mavbcrcsiured ;nd nad. new. a plMaint Varaisfa Stains resnlu 5tni ya-ies .-i-nntui Stains a household uecc'3. W. Sub and varniat, al, one application, coiivcrtW loll rood, bio beautiful inimioniiifenuiiiivehinl woods. Seven uliades lor by IcidlDi; dealers. Writt tab, for lr.e bonk 01 esn Vcruisti J f" ------LlffiJ 1 PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS AT CALC'Ry Hayr Hardware Local Agents "After making application to th .Minister of for the appoinfnien of a hoard to deal with tlio dispute, o months' standing at Penile, tin company saw that we -.vtro fn tames anil Ibo minister not to appoinl a board under the Lonileux act unti they bail, an oppcrlunlty of taking the grievance up directly with tho union Ho now President Btubbs, for the Mineworkers, and Commissioner Mc- Neil for Iho operators, have Iho whole dispute under consideration." The possibility at a miners' strike at Ji'ornte, over the room yardage ills- pute bus been obviated for the time being. In making the above statement this morning, Secretary Carter, of thGi U. 11. W. of A., stated further that be did not believe the. uresideu't and the. commissioner would arrive at an agreement. If they did not, the .Min- ister of Labor will bo asked to ap- point a chairman, and the miners say that this time they will refuse to deal with any chairman, but a practical man Outside of the differences at Fernie matters are rather quiet In District lh of tho Mineworkers' union. Cars aro more plentiful than they were! some time ago, and tho men ar working steadily. The strength o tho mining caps is up to normal onci more. Approximately seven thousand moi are working in the district. This ere ales a payroll of per month. The ouly-cxcitemuit la the district said .Mr. Carter, Is In connection with the coming elections for the district officers. Thc polling takes place on December 10. The following Is the slate: For Stubbs Uelk- vuc; II. Elmer, .Michel. For o. Jones .othbrldge; 0. Wild. .Michel, for J. Cur- ler, Fernie; T. Drown, Michel. Per Inlernatlon Heard 0. Harries, .Michel; Dave Reese, Fe-r- nie; Peacock, Unhbrldge; Frank Whcatloy, Hanklioad. For Auditors (two to he O. Paton and T. France, Fernie; J. -Maklu and W. L. Porter, .Michel; J. Unsworth, Cokman. Michel is making a hard fight to control all the offices, but the general opinion through tho district is that the old officers will go back with lit tie opposition. ois m TO B HUSBAND IN DISTRACTION YIELD ED TO WIFE'S PLEADING- WAS HE JUSTIFIED? Paris, Nov. 28. The question whether a husband Is justified In end- ing the sufferings of a. wife afflicted with an incurable disease, has again been raised by a en at tlis village of Sanuols, In the Department of Seine and Oiso. l Bregger, formerly magistrate' years old, aud his wile, five There's Serious Apprehenson younger, for many years lived from front "Never have there been such hid- eous scenes as a-re witnessed around Stamhoui. In the mosques where the refugees crowd, many thousands of them are victims of disease, which is sure to end In death, and if conditions in Constantinople are so appalling, what is to he said abcut the plague stricken camps near the Tchatalja lines, where not hundreds, but tliou-i sands are dying dally of cholera, ty-j phoid, and other deadly diseases." J Hope for Peace That the situation, notwithstanding! tte conferences between the and the heir to Iho throne of Austria, j jcar, happily together in a bungalow in! I" Berlin, is Than, the village. A year ago. Mine. Dreg- ever, this correspondent believes, andj THE F. O. B. Im Tte "fOUr" is Canadian made, it on Camdian m- K -sary to "lsure ana endurance gero had an attack paralysis. Her illness, 'was complicated and rendered fatal by cancer of the liver. The doctors concealed the fact that she was suffering from cancer from both the patient and her husband. lime, fireggere suffered so much pain Hint she tried twice to take her that responsible Austrian official's lieve the hitch in the negotiations be. twcen Turkey cad the Balkan allies soon will be adjusted and will he settled by a general conference. Britain's Position OWE life. -The first time-hex husband t, rcraa-rk- wrestcd the revolver from, her hand- statement' of a fort- the second time she tried to gas So' mste''' spEaklug at Notfingliam last "ling-land's altitude has not changed or modified. All the Pow- ers are anxious to stop the fur- ther offnsijii of blood -between the actual combatants, and even more anxious lo limit and circumscribe thc field of possible conflict, and the Powers are working together to thai end. 1 repeat today that, while-'we and others retain with unanimous constancy our friend- ships and understandings, we are- satisfiul there will be no division of wish or purpcsc in that co-oper- ative policy of all tho Powers mi. _. asphyxiate herself with great was the pain at times that implored her husband to end her suf- ferings, but be would not comply, and gave her drugs to deaden the pain. C-n Sunday last there was a heart rending scene, ill me. Bruggcre im plorcd her sister to take her life. The sister refused. Frantic with pain .'.line. Bruggere reproached Irer sistei and called her a coward. Then she turned turned again to her husband and made him swear if he did'not ac- cede to her reimest he would not take his own life afterward. During the next four days she con- tinued to appeal to her husband to relieve her pain in the only -possible! way. lie still refused, but the imlnl grew worse aiid worse; repeated dos-' of narcotics broughfilo relief and last night the tragedy ended Driven well nigh mad by the sight of his wife's sufferings. If. Braggere took a revolver, and shot her three times ill the head. Death was install taiieous. For two hours the husband sat dis traded by thc body of his dead wife; then he went to the police station, and confessed what be bad done. "I have killed my Eaid. 'She. suffered so much pain, and the doctors said they could not save her. J am at your disposal." When M. Dreggcro returned home xi mistGily of two policemen, he found .here his wife's sister, who fell into] lis arms, exclaiming, "Emil, you are i good man! For a year you both suffered terribly. You have done] "igbt. I approve your action." f may bo cortain queFtlons III tile host interests of peacs- that should 1m reserved to he dealt wiiii when ibe lime comes for a IN THE SHERLOCK- FIRE PROOP BUILDING store or grotnm floor oince immediate possession. Rentals from ton (10) dollars upwards month. Safely deposit drawers and vaults; all sizes and prices. Janltorlng free. R. E. SHERLOCK, several 1 i A CARNEGIE LIBRARY San Francisco, Nov. with a cily charter provision, Eustace Cullinan. a, of the board of library trustees of San Francisco, has written a letter to Andrew Carnegie rciiuesliug the remittance of as the first Instalment of thn gift of for a library building, offer, ed by thc steel king, and accepted by thc vnlors at the last election. It is Hie Intention of lhc officials to com- mence Ihe erection of the building delay. C. P. R. WON'T AGREE To lower the car and at the same time maintain a high road clearance, the frame of the car is built with double drop. Throughout the working parts, chrome- nickle Etecl is used wherever great strength is required. The equipment and accessories are tho very best. use Gray Davis' electric lighting equipment demountable dual ignition, genuine Jlobair top, clear vis- ion windshield. The tire holders are lo- cnted at the rear. A speedometer and an extra Tire and Rim are supplied as a part of the standard equipment. The Upholstering is genuine, hand-buff- ed leather. All bright parts are nickle plated. Tho car as you see it on the road has all the earmarks of a high priced car and if it had to'he imported it would cost ?800 more than: we ask for It. iceaTu "aS m .mi umteil-btates. That we have succeeded, hundreds of owners will attest. THE PASSENGER COO F. O. B. ORILLIA 'ish' Car" with its deep Turk- ish upholstering and Gray t Davis electric cranking and llshtliyr for im" "f-anything yet offered to the. Canadian buyw for seven passengers the than you need.. sido-swaying and Good Business for the Dealer Agents for the Tudhope are building for the future. The demand for Cana- dian cars great as It is today, is but a Beginning. In a few years it will sweep the country. The Tudhope Is the first car to at a fair valuation in Canada, it is "the first car to step out from behind tho 3o% duty. OPEN TERRITORY The men who repre- sent the Tudhope line of cars have a profit- able proposition and one that. Is bound to grow better year by year. Some few good ter- ritories are still open. Applications from men of good business ability will receive careful con- sideration. Jolting is entirely taken up bj the 11 tack upholstery and shock absorbers long wheel base (127 inches) am} large wheels ride smoothly over the rouvb spots In the road. Dulldlng In Canada, puts this Cor on the" market at a fair price. The 35% saved in duty goes Into the car strength of construction of axles (front, Tlmkin Holler Bearings; rear floating inspection and ma- chmlug of the motor and running parts !otor.. Co., Limited, OriJIia, Can. Anderson Co., Ltd. Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Swift Current, Lethbridge, Yprkton general and definite settlement." The Wavy Is Ready That this announcement was made will, the full knowledge that the Brit-! isli navy is i-f-ady for Instant nn" ollirials. a was chc-.-rel to the echc, ms.-uis, meal to.lay the visit uf ___ shall f-'chcmn, chief of start MARTIN WOOLF' A confelcnce with the Austro-Hllngarian an inspection of some road work that mun..Mia aud Austria- ncir to the throne during his visit, had been ,lone and planning some new also is discredited by Or- he been received in audience work which will he begun next spring by l-.uiper.or William. In .1 state- Field Mar-' Mine Boarding house al Coalsatc. Alberta, near Dia- mond City, will he vacated by Iho present tenant about December Isl. Capacity of house. Ihlrly-live men. Now lenant will bo required lo furnish house or can lake ovorthe furiilliire of the pres- ent tenant at a reasonable 'price. For fun her information apply to office of CHINOOK mi l u anyMiing, that no .-Lut-inn, cmci 01 staltl IVIAKMN WOOLF A HUSTLER lo enlarge Aiistro-tlungarian army is dc-i Milk River. Alia <1 _F J.'copc of the conflagration in the- Bal-- mcrplv one of the n.o- le members of the Triple Knloiitf. and at least one mem-' her of tho Alliance, wish the var to end siirci'ily. 217tSherlock Block, City, or W. P. Thomas. Supt. Coalgate Alberta It will. ton. unless Turkey assumes; Intoleran: .-ttitude. and if she dcesj il will be so much thc wore.? for Turkey. Garrison .Made a Sortie j Solia, Ilulpma, Nov. be-i .sicked garrison Adriaiiople at- Icmpted a sortie yesterday, accordiiiir id dispatches received here.' Thc Turkish Irc.ops, lunvever, were thrown back the fortress, alt-rr .1 lialllr' which lasted throughout till: afternoon. They lost heavily. This is the lirsl snrlir by thc whole g; r-: rison, unit it is supposed 'by the I sifters that il unilcrtai-'cn with! lhc view uf n-jirtivisioning lhc thc population which i from scareitv rf food. i f Found CniFTal's Hody j Belgrade, .'-'I'rvi.i, _ The i hody nf Ccnrrul rithi Pasha, former 'Turkish miipsti'i- at Belgrade, and I who commandi-d lhc sixth Turkish army corps Muiiuslir, was fonid by thc Servians anionir, the corrscs he merely one cu-s- A district roaif inspc'ctor for between n I i f'" SOUIh ot ac- olhuals oi Vienna and .Her- conipnnicd bv Mnrtin Wolf -HIM' "ihe Wiv V'C VlSil wa.s out in'the o hi Archduke rrancls Ferdinand is homcstciyl conntrv cast of Warner iMid not to have been international. Milk Hiver and C'oiitls, on lav The. member for Cardston seems to have the Interests of part of. HUSTLPR at heart, and is aa- to serve all parts alike. 'The lii-hi t n iinrr ami uoiitts, on Tuesday ilas i" "nil Wednesday Of this week, making Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and phompt THE MOTH IS UP TO YOU What are you going to do about Moths Let us tell you how to fix them UIMM.-..V imt know en J-i-eiH-h Dry (Jwinwl by the Vnllct Proem. The larvc.-i do- ,'hc I llu- sncohamie will, whirl, all -a.- probable thai he committed suicide.iff S HU'l'C O r I lllprcjri'Ul I C'll By VCIIlOvill linllCr VOli r .1'" I lie nioih -rub ami will not lay IK.T Karnmtt so And as is Ihe -nibs, and not i 11 i i i all honors due Ottawa, Nov. was learned this afternoon that the C. P. R. has doflnllDiy declined to nnmo a rcprc- fcnlallvo on tho proposed hoard of conpJIiation, which tho Minister of Labor proposes lo nnme to condiiri u limited iniiulry into thc grievances of Iho Brotherhood of Hallway Em- ployees, who fnnitgilratrd a strike on Iho C. P. H. a few weeks ago. The men have chcacn A. Duval, a wnll-knowu labor leader of us (heir rtprcscntaiive, PRAYING W AJ.L KINDS. Transfer Co., Office C.P.R. Freight Ohcai n'63; Not. Disturbed H'Tlin, IcircicK IhnitMlvrs PS unilis-' [turiicil by the sinister riliniirs in re-: I Sard to Ihe inirriniiinnal Munition, F'nmi j II is declared iins tliat'lhe' uf a piv.ceful sclllcuieul .Mistni-.Si'rviiin ei.ndici has ills-j lini'lly The rcpnrl thai tile. pivernmcnt hud made reiiresenlalinn in Hie Hussian ijovcrnmenl is diKcrcililcil here. On cmilrary, lhc rrlalions between Vi- iMiiiii and SI. IvlcrsbuiK are under-: in have Improved since Itussin Riivc Scrvin I lull sin- cnnmit. csiwt to llujisi.iu sup-; poll in her fur a port on u- lhc il a-ainsi mo! I, dama'uv pack your wintrr apparel until ihey arc made sale OIH iif lown orders .u'iven pnn ways on all joh.s worth over K 1812' Ko.scnsfiiic A- Oorflcx, M1' We pay express boih 'nder-Si') we pay express one ;