Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME VI. TEX PAGES Ledilmilge, Alberta.', Monday, November 24, 1013 CENTS. Xnniber 203 IS AM YARD AT Mir LEADING LAWYKEH IN FREIGHT KATES CASE' Secretary. Woodbridge of U. F. A. Expressed Doubt at Mac- leod Farmers1 Convention PACKING PLANT Mooted Co-Opetative Project Didn't Make Much Headway Speaks lladcod. Nor. an "alien- flaiu-t of about-SO the United Farmers tho: liicleod district' held .a' coiiveuUpu .JlaeleoJ'. on Sat- urday. The terrific" gale which rrev.iJlEtl all day Saturday in Nor- tlitm Alberta probably prevented 'nllcndance, .especially of farmers in tho Immediate district. Thc main object of the convention" was to proposal to establish a i-ackiug plant at Maeleod under A. auspices but nothing beyond passing ir motion aFfcins loc.i] Eecrciaries to take n hog census and have tho. information' ready for the big provincial convention wliirli instHs IN Lethbridpe lu January. jjvc Slock Commissioner Stevens and Secretary Woodbridse of th' U. V. A. rattier facored a concen- tra'ion ol Interesl in the proposed Vnion Stock Yards In Calgary. Mr. AVoodlridge rather doubled thc teas- "ibility" of" stocfc yards at Lethbridge had an open 'mind on the project. were sessions In the morning an" Those who registered; were: A. Quinpcy.-. Noble; S. UFraser, "-W. H. Shield; nntfewcll; HOTf FH.PH1PPEM KC A C'.N.P ED WBFATTiE.dni.SbLicndfb t (jJaff -M. n. dniem, luiiuwun; i r T p ._ Clarosiioira: .lobn Aikins, V.1 Get Preference t: iy: c. Holders Id J'.' A., Lehnox Cfr-n-im: C, Rocky Coulee; fi. Garden''Prairie; J; J. Carraangay; Oeo. Ingram, nothwcll, J. A. rftin, K.'Jones, Stave- J. S. J. (Mass. .1. M. ihihly, ILMacIilniosh and J, Hcrner, of Slac- ked. Qnlle a number neglected (o sign Jlr. J. A, Lennox of hoMers, an' Some of most experienced '.-rcial in Canada, wUI'repre: 1 r.t'the various Provinces in the rates cass, which comes before hs Dominion Railway ComtnTssTon at Ottawa this Tht Provinces tryrrg to get a lowering adjustment of from-one province to-a'notKer. The 'whole of 73n3da Is affected. Absence of V Witness Send it "Over; for Another CARELESSNESS rn ni 'or the Fatal Accident Which Befell Euri Hum- phries SAY CORONERS JURY lard Shunting Reported by Passengers in Evidence at-the Inquest nnr nv NimiUUl DI-OUWUHI Blaze Discovered in Hudson Bay Slore at an Early Hour in the (o Adjoining Block and Then Across the Wilt be in Neighborhood of Thirty Five Thousand Dollars, Fairly Well Covered by In- surance-Fortunately There Was No Wind the coronsr's Jury cm- pandltd In- the of Robert Earl Humphries, deceased, repcrl that In'cur opinion he came to his death through the carelessness of Engineer-Denenny En not ofcserv- ing ttie 'said Humphries' signals In catling for a slowdown connec- by repeated hard jolts, no such hard jolts were proper11 until he secured the sig- narj'.tetling of Humphries' safety. "We are also of the opinion that whsh sidings such as Wilson Sid- mg are uecd for loading and stor- ase- of .car'si othe'r ctdlngs should he provided for train meets. Had such' prevision beSFriViSdcln mis case, this fatal accident would have' f ECKSTORM, Foreman E. N. HIGINBOTHAM H. A. McKlLL'OP DAVID KING A. E. MORRJS R. S..MCALLISTER. Such.-was. tfcG verdict rendered by tho coroner's Jury inquiring into the death: of jBarl; who was.' Complete Losses Hudson's Bay Co., store. Lanston's Livery Barn. A. C. Kemmts warehoult. HeweUon Block, containing three buildings In whlcl, Joe T. Monahan'5 boot and shoe store; Lynch, millinery stonj Chinese reslaurinl; Dan Gray, wall paper, etc.; Dr. Mills' denUl office. Marcellus Block, In which were: I. X. L. blacksmith shop and Aihton's woodworking shop. Scorched Hunter block. 1'inchcr Creet, Alta., Nov. i eral of the fircmsn were badly burned The most disastrous fire known to clothing mined. A bucket inc mosi iusaa> was tornnJ and worked hard, the town of Fiucher Creek occurred ,t was to wet on Sunday morning, .N'ov. 23rd, when ancj robes to wrap iround I eight business houses were burned to the firemen, who were holding' ithe- ground, representing a loss to-i hose. A number ot customers' horses I. in barn were cut loose: tailing SSO.COa as follows: I with much difficulty by Mr.' J. Hudson's Bay bivlding J7.C05, stccV iK'-'siouHz arrived idst as Mr. Lfr.cli lolly coveted Bj-.; insurance.. thc hotse loose aid Jos Monahan, stock. valued at Oihcr stable "and managed to. 000. total loss, insurance.: i own-out_ One 'little dog-1 Chinese laundry, yalue r.0t be, lound and his'1 remains' -Mrs. S. Lynch, millinery stock ot a paihaic In the inor'binK. J800, niostlt1 "saved. j wall tallied at I Wagons and Uvo buggies and also a for bug6y- owned Leach .were 'Ott the" London, Nov. Bay Company shareholders resolved to increase tee capital of the company ty of five per cenl. 'shares of crushed "between twocouplers at Wil. stocj. .valued at jbunitd as ;nVll as a quantity Htawa; Ont., Nov. lo Siding .on Saturday morning. Xo jor'jioo "javed'atout 75. per' oats .and.harness barn.-'. e Iiilure 11. lluller, -the Wash-; arrests-have 'teen raaiie.so far, the" t 1'" '-V PERIL V i uigton'fate expert'to arrive in the evidence having been .sent to thc At- I capital today, (he Western freight i w.raoy; General :.at_ Edmonton. Ac- OS Irates case was uatil Tuts-1 corJtag. to tho testimony of the en-1 day afternoon at 3.30. end i '.Assam as thc met, n. i "rductor. the engineer; Wm.Tj'enenhr ]os The man" who slept in- the livery stock of a> face denomination. or- 'each to io offered share- barn djd not wak'cn aroused] Winnipeg, UoRiimon'counsel.