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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mnudiiv, November 24, TTTE H Jilt A LI) Page S COLLINS RECEIVING HIS PRELIM. 1NARY HEARING BEFORE COL. WALKER Calgary. Alia N'ov. 2-L-Tbe prf- liia'nary bearing cd William Ja-per Collins, charged nitli the murder of .Mm llensou, near Coral, Albtrta, May, commenced this morning Col. Walter at the Uoyai North West Mounted I'oliee Harrai-ks. Culltas was recently hroivjbt (rum Kramer. Missouri, where be retun.rd shiir'lly after tbc ol Benson, llciison and Collins c.inie lo Albtrti lof.clhc-r from Missouri, and Ibc for- inr'r took up a homestead here. This moining Andrew Hell. t'vcsl near Ibc licnsou homestead, l.-s.ified early MILADI EDITED "INCV fHONil 1111 TI.e 01 orange NirillT. i broken into bars and gray In the presence of a large circle o! sorrowing Iricniis, the tost that Vas mortal of Kobert Karl Humphries was laid to rest, this atlernoon. A isnil sfrviK- at lie laraily 'rfsManca at only the relatives clos- est friends were present, was held at The cortege proceeded to Wesley church, ol which deceased was a member, where a serilce lliat has seldom been equalled for iwprcssive- ncss was hrld. Ilev. Cobblediek came- running to bis snanl) nesea. high. place 'S Ceased had occupied, and ol bis Is tte sun, coiii'e' arc the stars, And night iulolds the day. MacUo-ialdj i i 0 l.oly Nlght't.'trom tbee f'-lcaru to House Boys'' was sounded at twelve jo'clcx-k. when a sumptuous supper i was served at the liins KJnard ho- tel, after which dancing was resumed and enjoyed until the bujlc rail ol "Lights at tbrce o'clock brought th? incst successlul ball, the Alberta Hangers have yet held, bear mm jto-a layest tiiy linger on' tlie.l.ips of Care, A'nd they complain no more. S This sicri'il shade, and solitude, what is it 1 "Tis the felt uf the Dtity., .Mr> c! Meilicine Hat. visiting friends m (be city. CLUEe AND SOCIETIES Ff.v are tl.e faults we flatter when i The. Women's Missionary society, ol Wesley church will meet oa Thursday jat 4 o'clock. The Ladies' .Aid of the Kirst Bap- sterling character as a man. Though c-nrsumeJ by (lames, and Benson was regret of all who dnro'.crcil burned to death. fitments told ol. viewing death 1 c, o! o[ Kallrbad Train- the body' and reporting that li.v! fctcn caused by ihe fire- condor and "pall-bearers, and among _ .L_ ___ ___ __ _7 Iticn set the. sback on fire to crime. An alleged confession of Col- baggageman ol the train upon which deceased had occupied vpopular piece Hostesses tomorrow: II ri. '.Charles McKillou. 616 Tenth Slreel Soiitlv. Ncot receiving Mrs. It. "S. Kniith nor again until after- N'et.- Year's. The A. Y. I'.. A- of St. Cvprian's church will hold .a devotional meet- ing when .tie subject will Ifns substantiates this theory. will meet on Wednesday afternoon at three, o'clock in- Ine basement of the cfcutcli. A laree attendance is rcricesteJ? t. THAT IS BELIEF OF PRESIDENT WILSON WHO IS PROCEED- INS SLOWLY I were: S. 1-1.. Jones, J. II. Staples. 'Fred W. Fleet, Neil McKlrby, J. lier- :vin ar.d H. Paul.'- The'-mourners and Mrs. parenls of deceased, Heta, Eva, Frank and brothers a cd sisters, Douglas ol Cardston, a und Mrs. Wm. Laurie, of Cardston, and Mr. and J. uncles and aunls. The floral tributes were especially taining ou" evening. Mrst Stanley Kirkbim is cntirUin- ing on Wednesday evening in courtesy lo Miss Jackson. V V Sirs. Gehtn was or.e of ihe assist- ants at Mrs7 W.' F. church tea on Friday. rending the The Sunday school teachers of St. Mary's church will ir.eet in the ves- try at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. Eicry member, adherent and friend 'of; Aug'ustin's congregation is cor- dially the musical evening f. of ti-.c Parish association- ciffrt- Mr. Arthur Grant Duntar, inanaser tonigbt. _ o! the i.Jnlon'bahk at High Iliver, The Children of St. Cyprian's Suu- See Our Toyland TOY LA XI) is ready for the little ones; ready for ilic growji-ups us ready with ah opening sale of toys thai- will bring glad- 'ness'to hundreds of children. Botli oiir dolls and foys are vast- day reiterated at the While. House. Burial look place in Ihe public crVriic- Tli'e president poinled out that the tcry. s. local 'press in Mexico City could Expressions of sympathy to the print unconiradicted, baseless state- (bereaved family by' telegram from nienls r.s to the future intentions of the United, States. As evidence of the ability ol the Hucrla government' to l spread any if- pleased through the Mexican prets, tl-.e president .referred incidentally to .optimistic predictions during the last! Jen-', days. In Mesican nf.wapapers .thatV recognition of. '.the tiiEcrla gbvernrnent ihe United States'was lotthcomipg.. The .V'asn- ingion government, it is is irrevocably under no- cir- cumstances to recognize Huerta. There were' no new developments iodny in the situation generally, ac- cording to white house officials, but friends all ous and toui r.g.. numer- Caigiiy, Xoy. Walking iwlilly into tbe'open front 'door of Iho SI. Ajme's clmrcb, 1510 Ninth' Calgary, some -between 12 Saturday nd'Jed'Ititf rest was'developed in tthe president's forthcoming annual mes- sage which he- will, read to congress j when it became know-n that among the subjects to be a statement as In status of the Mexican KJluMion.. TiuT president indicated tint h; 'wi'iiM liecp his message abreast .of developments in Mexico so that bis nfteniooD, took nearly of events would be up to day o! delivery. EASTERN AMERICAN LINES WANT TO PILE ON FIVE PER CENT INCREASkj Washington. Kov. Wlllard, president of tho Baltimore {300 from Iri itrance ti a desk which bo ng Mrs. Morgan, ceived wiearing a becoming gown, .of amethyst, black satin and.lace insertings. 'Mrs. ,of Cbleman, who also received, "prettily gowned in brown the dining centred.wilh a..cluster of yellow chrysantbemums and ivjis presided'over by. Mrs.'W. 'A. ner 6lh St. On- December 2nd, the la'dles- of 'church 'will hold a.'salc-of .handkerchiefs; apron's hoxe-coolring etc.; and even The general ...monthly, meeting the Mithesis club'inll be held prompt ly'.rt' three o'clock in the Y.M.C.i auditorium on' tho vestryVafler be Military Ball. 'ib the room by'fore ''fiie decorations exceeded anything ng a. locked door leading'from Ihoi previously attempted, -and those auditorium of the church: Father Clr-1 charge of that pail oi the work are. on, tho of lo te congratulated. liainil'Wn, while tbe deli "'assistants' Mr. J.''p. Hltfnixitliam wfil give-an lihodei, Miss and ad.driss on taern Miss Pour.d. "-J4'.1 The opera house at: Pinrtier ?CreeV' was'lhc scene of a brilliant affair" on Friday evening on the'occasion of ihe discovered the theft r.-hsn he had re- Liirnecl.'to the'cbiirch where has Hv- of rcnticd by a .wolf's adorned the-front of the ing rooms upstairs, alter an absence Ia" immense colored globe .hvnK Irora for the timo montioncd. The largely in silver and had been gregation.' _... Immediately' to the city'1 police'-.- Constable "George Miller of the-office Uiat the robbfir was, familiar the sur ron ndi nga i with rji m nia g: ing around to'ariy.eitent thVthlcf had apparently gone directly' to Iry and stolen the money from the tbc centre of the ceiling, radiated -a soft glow, which, greatly added to ol the scene. Streamers of bunt'r.g extended from.the. globe Ilo all sidei', various: regiment- als, and mounted animal head j ated the walls. I Th2 was good, whils the i beautiful.gouns Ibe luniforms of Ihe rangers and'bfso ol the firemen" present 'added rriucli to. the charm of the.evening.' The Dance Orchestra provided ex- cellrol music, ftpsisfed 'by Smart, of lic-llevuc, Dancing'- com- bir Is" alhjwed-thcf'jirlrilese of bring ing one A" men's banquet7Trill, be held Vestroinster even .Svedneadny from five oc'Iock. .1 ifeve.ii; (he Paul's 'pira :Aitberaii church vfili JJrve supper i connection with their' annual bazaa NSid-weel: ser.-ice and teachor'trair g'claEfi will be Knox ehure room and look ilack hand. ......._ bac in which he o'ppare'n'tly placed Ohio Hallway Frederick A Delano lhcS and it away. president and George Oeak. Then he wept upstairs to tl.'j rncnccd .at ninr, o'clock, Ihe agc .being 'called to ordet "by the cvcillc biJglc" call- Hudson Bay Co. to Sell More Bonds From Front presldent abash, and tiporgi Stewart Pflllorson, general solicitor of tbo Pennsylvania, appeared before the inlcratato commerce to- day to argue for authority to Increase rates.on all classes of freight traffic "approximately five per cent, east of tho Mississippi and north of the.Ohio and Potomac -rivers.1 Though Iho pro- jjosr.d lriweaied; rales- are ashed -by ____________________ Iho railroads In-territory of lheisim o( 'in Wdiilon, iluring Mlsei.sippl and north of the Ohio and. lllo Potomac faring is of .cxtennlng'the tw Irado' and the utmost Importance lo all tho business has' btrn hi- roads of the Uniled Stales for should! bj, (bo commission grant tho i'lobert of't'hc sharcliolil. for Increase it might ojtend llle (car lnat coro" authority to the other railroads, of j crcclca bulldlnes the country. Tba coni.-nleslon will Inciiiirc wboth- trr present rates yield adrxiualc rev- enues lo the common "carrier and much testimony''will V taken. Onlyl such- fMr This Ihs opening arguments hy represents- Ward's was ov, Idently anlltiuc.... TIow many ynars was It alnco Mr. Ward was In Victoria would nol prove lo bo iri Ihe business centres of growing cllies. Sir Thomas Skinner, Iri replying, de tbat there wero gronnds'for any Tic call of "Come to the' Coo> oh Mednc-sday evening.- Tonlgh't at rhurch company of Hrlgade will b organized at -it The rhildrt-n of SU Andrew's Sun day school started-' practising -th superior to any wehnve before shown. They represent Hie very ilio mechanical olTfects are many remarkable inventions that will furnish delightful aniusejnents 1'or the parents as well :is the youngsters. Santa Glaus made a special trip here in his airship last week anil as a result the toy department, is in its full hol- iday trim now, anditis best to conic early when things are at their Don't Miss These Mechanical Toys Just bring tbe children 'down and let them see all these Ink-resting and amusing devices, specialty conceived and made for their pleasure. Among these ars musical am! round-abouts, dancing bears, walking bears and teddy.beari that perform on Ihe bars, .thai lift weights, clowns that ride in automobiles, clowns with dogs biting trains and automobiles and hundreds of other fanny novelties. Prices In -.-W. Beautiful German Dolls 'that open and "shut their.eyes' to Wanes .thot will deligbl any-youngsters, siiver-.tpned. In rose wood Slo.OO 'jlriish' Oerman Drums with'patented parchment unit, good quality J5c tO 75C. Plain white and colored enamel ware Dinner and Tea Sets for' AglflB f Stuffed Sbcep and Cows, mounted on wheels. Splendid values }o from Trumpets from Germany and France in colored or plain brass 5ctOiS1.00 N'oah's Arks, crowded with animals. Just tbe thing for little tots anfl Building-Blocks, witb iilclures and A. B. C's in dainty colors 'Ini; (n from .............v......... Stuffed Cots, Rabbits, Dogs, Elephants and Sheep 25C 50c at from Have a Magic Lantern or Moving picture show own home.......... Steam Engine, guaranteed to amuse most any boy. Complete CM fui 'Kl iiiiii [or Painting Books, ivHh colors to paint Books of doss, cats, post cards Special Display of Chocolates and Christmas Stockings in Grocery Dept Hudson's Bay Stores 'Graded lessons." The object of the afternoon ior thi-ir eiirlsltnas enn-Uddrcss is to. online the scope fata, which will "U- presented graded jesson and how to Christmas night. It''will he cntitW H so thai-the schools may determine "Chippers-in with Santa their policies for neil year, it is hoiked-that there will be.a large rep- On Thursday night' in Wesley chiirch rrsralalion of bolh schools lo greet Mr. F. E. Wcrry, secretary of the Ir- school Albcrfa- SunJay school, association, will address a joint mceling of Wes- ley and Wegfminsler schools on tlvcs of tho railroads are to be beard loday. GEO.. nUTLEV DEAO Calgary, Nov. of the best known hold .men tn the west passed he asked. "Three Afr.-Ward. "Oh, yo-.i would scarcely'know Ihe place said Sir Tbcra'at, who away af 11 o'clock yesterday morn.'added thsl tbo company had no idea ing in Winnipeg In-the person of.of going Into districts they had nol bar manager already occupied...- of the Alberta hotel. Tho causa of; Another shareholder asked If the. ir'l failure.' death vis hearl Mr. Rul- lej- sovercd hl.i connection -with tbe Albertn hotel July, his- health be- bad, and went lo n-ltb his ion and daughter In' Winnipeg. AJter nn illnesa over (Ivn months he ponied Away lit the ago of 60. ;eg- fcrday. board could give any .reason for tha present depression In Canada, have been doing In (Ja'nadj what wo not been bave been growing too said Sir Thomas Skinner' 'The Increase in Cipitol Tho Woman's Auxiliary of St. Ty- nan's church will hold a busir.ess -lecting at 3.30 on Thursday aftcr- oon. and al.lbc close of the- busi- KS part an address will be given on 'ThoLife of Hishop Uompas." Leaf Mission Hand of church realized 115 (roiii their ea and sale .on Saturday: afternoon, tbe girls arc'.he con- in view of the lions'wind, storm, which, prevailed >n that jiay. A laige attendance is desired at :he. union in Knox school- room tonight, when Wesley League will take 'tl-.c affirmative in the de- jate, "HwoUed thnt the diarar rtnd drstiuy ol ninn are.the result o! eruditions, over-whicb he hjs no con Irol. Westminster will dflfnr! Ihe nrgalivc sicici TWO VOUN6 LADIES' in Parlt! iVo a'fiernoon The.' bodice U of nirwg filth Uuchej.-.ot stylo Is sulUblo for moat tiqhreldtry., This Nov. 2l.-Fc.rdnj fl.eir way at- the point o! revolver into the apartment of Mra.'J. Len nox, of suite II, -Assiniboltt Block on Asslnlbqine avenue, last night masked thieves held aod robbW Mrs. Lennox and her friend Olorl nouglas, and upward of 5500 in cash and jeweliy, escapi unmolcsittl thTough llic front tloor Ihe building. A susptct lias.btcn a rested In connectfon wilh-lhe rob bery w.d is being Mi by the pollc OCIALISTS UNABLE TO OVER THROW.UNION LABOR LEAD- ER IN CONVENTION Seattle, Wash., Xov. Am- rlcan F.ederalSon of Labor adjourn- d tonight after elc-cllng officers aud loosing Philadelphia as tho place ol be next convention which will as emble Monday, November 1914. The (fleers chosen are: President Saraue' ompcra; first iiincan; second vicc-pvesldenl, Jas I'Coniicll; third vice-president, Den Is A. Hayes; fourth vice-president os. H. Vmwillno; fifth vlce-presl tnl .lolin K.Alpine; slsth enl, II. rertinm; sevenlh vlco- LADY SCO.TT REFUSES KING'S OFFER OF HOMB Explorer's Widow .Memorial Place. Her. Above L Benevol.ence. r Nov.. 17-V-liady. the widow of the-AnUrtlc explorer, was olTered of rooms in Ihe. Court, palaco by Kins George. .1 .-_. These suite's are to the men.who arc unable their position with their prjvateyrrfeans.'-. To the'-snr'prlse of-the Scott declined the offer on tbe grcund that she could not pursue her arl as a sculptress at Hampton Court. Her refusal Is understood to be really a protest ngainst the. scale on which Ihe fund raised in memory of ber hus- bis fellow-heroes has been distributed as between them and ..the permanent memorial. She thinks the fund should have been so divided 33 to place her above tbe necessity rc-Eldent, John P. 'White, 'I'tho United Mine Workers of Am .7ica; eighth rlcerpresldenl Frank Duffy, general secretary of tho Brfttb: erhood of Carpenters and Joiners; rcaaurer, John D. Lcnnon; Frank iMorrlson, In ibis Hst arc only two new men, iYhito and Duffy. Second vice-president-John MltcHell and fourth vice-president-Huberre- voluntarily. For (ho (o tic Urltisn Trades Union W. D..Mahon, Enterriatlonel president of the Broth' erhood of Street and nailwa> employees COMMISSIONER SEES' CONDITION Kees hai a very bod day On Sundny, but ll.wa reported early ibis afternoon tbat hi condition. has partly InipTOved sine yesterday. Ing an object erf royal benevolence.. Judge. Clilpraan. of Kenlville, elzed .with a slight stroke of baraly- Ig ln; the" court house' at Windsor, f. S.' Lethbrid je, Folk. Aitoniih Drugyitt Wo sell many good' medicine's but ive are told the.mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.; tnown as Aiiler-1-lia, is the best we ever sold, folks astonish us doily by lelling how QUICKLY' Adler-i-ka relieves .sour on. tn.o stO; mach and rcporl thst A'SINOLE DOSfi relieves these' troubles.almosl fMMEDIATKLY. we are glad wo nn- agents for Adler-l ka. J. D. HlglrrMlbiim ft, Co-, Ltd., druggists. ;