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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1928, Lethbridge, Alberta Stye Winnipeg wheat May close of. 298 Lethbridge Alberta. Saturday november 24, i928__ 30 pages now considered out of danger Ling George now improving latest bulletin declares pleurisy of lung chief cause of is being maintained his physicians state nine dead in London nov. Official bulletin on King George s condition said today that he passed a fair night his improvement was maintained. The statement read King passed a fair night improvement _ is maintained. Pleurisy which commonly accompanies his Type of congestion of the lung continues to be a a eminent t the bulletin was signed by the King s physicians lord Dawson of Penn sir Stanley Hewet. Princes not alarmed Tanganyika territory Africa nov. Prince of Wales at present is on a shooting expedition in the Doreda District two Winnipeg votes for rfcs out addition Hydro of old country entire town wiped out by Volcano intr i 13 000 for on in Mary to Dame Ethel ism Yob Yolk la woman composer. A 484 against slave rails Falls project Winnipeg nov. 24.-thc electors at w in Peg voting in yesterday s Avic sections approved of plans for a Doo development scheme of the Cit Hydro system calling for the construe to of additional Power units at slave the Winnipeg River. Lav calling for the expenditure was adopted of against Only 484. _ the development 01 . T a Bill take two years to Complete Fil go this Hydro an additional horsepower. At present the horse Powei Bois the is i Suffi Atuk bionic results Winnipeg nov. An 6verwhelming vote in favor of the de of the slave palls Power site under the Hydro electric system Winni leg voters yesterday ratified the initial expenditure of on the pro Complete returns on the Alder a Ianc vote were not available at noon Days distance from Dodoma apparently his plans have not been changed by the illness of his father King George. He expected leave Kogoma for Obercorn Northern Rhodesia next thursday or Friday. The Duke of Gloucester who i shooting in the Vicinity of Lake Rukwa expects to meet his older brother at Livingstone Northern Rhodesia. Improvement maintained i London nov. Official bul i Tia on King George s condition late his afternoon stated that his majesty id a remained improvement Ted this morning. His condition re Mains the same. The King is very much said widely known woman composer with whom be chatted this afternoon at a concert by the Royal choral society in Albert Hall. The Queen looked rather ired but bore no outward evidence of worry when she left Buckingham Palace to go to the concert. Pleurisy present London nov. Passing a fair night King George had improved today although for the first time it be came known that pleurisy was present. Announcement in the official Bulle tin issued at noon that his majesty s improvement had been maintained gave further Relief to Public anxiety Over the Monarch s illness. Despite he appearance of the word pleurisy in the physicians report members of the Palace household gave no evidence that this had caused any addition real concern. It. Is understood that pleurisy in the King s Turpe of lung congestion is Noth ing out of the Ordinary that there fore there need be no anxiety on this today. Aldermen Mckercher Timpkin Boyce who held office in Ward two. Were re elected to office completing the new three Man slate de. Honeyman. New in Ward one was certain of election with two other names still buried in the extra counts Alderman w b. Simpson headed the poll in Ward three gained More than his quota 3dt s the Only one of the three incumbents As yet certain of his position. M. A. Gray r. B. Knox were elected school trustees in Ward three exceeding the quota. Will make a Start immediately on stated j. G. Glass so manager of the Hydro who was de lighted with the manner in which the voters had backed the slave Falls project the move will add horsepower within two years to the Power provided by the existing Pointe Dubois Plant will equal the Polnic site s Power proc Uon by 1935. Mayor Dan Mclean who retained his office by acclamation expressed his satisfaction in saying that the ratepayers of Winnipeg iad voted As he had expected. Complete returns on the Alderman la election May not be obtainable until tonight As the voting was under a. A additional counts Are still under Way. Just Sposini by Nick Nichols just supposin1 butter was honorable mention Lois Kelsey Barbara Jeanne. Johnson Leona co Flap Clark Lucille Wilson he visit of lord Dawson of Penn sir Stanley Hewett the King s physicians to Buckingham Palace this morning was rather an extended one. They arrived there shortly before 10 o clock remained for about two hours. At noon the following bulletin issued the King passed a quiet night improvement we maintained. Pleurisy which commonly accompanies this Type of congestion of the lungs continues to a permanent while the physicians were at the Palace it was Learned that the bacteriologist called at the Royal residence thursday night was or. Lionel How std Whitby of the Bland Button Institute of pathology at Middlesex hos Pital. As denoting the Lack of tension in the Royal family Over the King s condition it was officially announced Dur ing the morning that the Queen would attend the Royal choral society s con Cert at Albert Hall this afternoon. Word was also out from the Palace that his majesty was maintain ing excellent spirits. Many surprises in first round of English cup games Spennymoor United 5 Hartlepool 2, Wrexham 0 Carlisle i Wigan 2 Ashton 0. Chesterfield 3 Rochdale 2 Gainsborough 3 Crewe a. 1. Shirebrook 2 Mansfield 4. Tran Mere 2 Rotherham United 1. Darlington 3 new Brighton 0. Grantham 1 Rhyl athletic 0. Annfield Plain 1 Southport 4. Accrington 2 South Shields 1. Lancaster 1 Lincoln City 3. Bradford City 4 Doncaster 1. York City 0 Barrow 1. Horwich . 1 Scarboro 2. Stockport 1 Halifax 0. Gillingham 0 Torquay 0. Yeovil Peters 1 Plymouth 4. Poole 1 Bournemouth 4. Brentford 4 Brighton Hove 1. Guildford 4 Queens Park 2. Merthyr 4 Dulwich 2. Norwich City 6 Chatham 1. Walsall 3 Worcester 1. Leyton 0 Watford 2. Newport 7 Woking c. Bristol rovers 2 Weli Ingeboro 1. Peterboro Fletton 0 Charlton 2. Crystal Palace 2 Kettering 0. Sittingbourne 2 Southall 1. Northfleet 5 Ilford 2, Exeter City a Tarkington 0. Coventry City 1 Pulliam 4. Luton 5 South noted belgian War general is dead Brussels nov. Baron Jacques of Dix Mindr noted belgian War or neral died today of pneumonia. Lie waa 70 years old. Second storm in week wreaks its fury on it. Britain heavy destruction to property Board Man killed in tossed steamers wrecked University of Alberta glasses big winners at Royal Winter fair new York steer want repeal of b. C. Liquor act Vancouver nov. Of the present system of government liquor control in its place total prohibition will be urged on the provincial government by a delegation of the Brit ish Columbia prohibition association. Representations will be made to the government before the next meeting of the legislature to Institute an inquiry into the method of control now in Vogue which according to prohibitionists will reveal sufficient reasons for repeal of. The present thin closing he Jura of the annual association convention last evening when an attempt was made to crystallize the future Campaign policy of the association. Angus Mcgougan was elected presi Dent of the association. Grand Champion Toronto nov. Highest cattle Honor at the Royal Winter fair the grand championship was Carrie. Off today by an Aberdeen Angus Grade steer entered by the Briarcliff farms of Pine Plains n. V. _ c Briarcliff farms Are Man aged by w. A. Mcgregor formerly of Brandon Manitoba. Reserve award went to the shorthorn Cham Pion exhibited bred by the University of Alberta. Alberta does Well Toronto nov. 24. Market cattle of the Angus Hereford shorthorn Breeds passed before the judges at the Boyal Winter fair last evening championship air Ards were made in the Case of each Breed in preparation for the showing for the grand Champion ship of the Market cattle classes this afternoon. The University of Alberta was the big Winner taking first Sec fourth sixth seventh prizes in the Junior yearling class of Short rns of which the Winner Roan lad proved Champion. In the University won fifth sixth Junior yearling also won the championship Reserve. In the Angus classes the University Junior yearling won first Junior calf fifth. The championship of the Angs steer classes went to a Manitoba agricultural College entry Mac lad a Junior calf with Briarcliff general shown by Briar Cliff a is Pine Plains n. Y., in Reserve. 7 Safe after being lost in Barren lands railway department party expected to reach the Pas sunday Winnipeg nov. Party of seven missing men found alive after being lost in the Churchill River wilds for 20 Days is expected to reach the Pas on sunday from mile 442, the of steel on the Hudson Bay rail Way. The men employees of the depart ment of railways canals who be came lost on the Trail Between port Clu chill mile 442 on november 3, we brought to the of steel Friday by a trapper s. Nilson in whose Cabin they secured shelter after wandering Over be Barren nine Days. Lands of the North for maharajah will contest suit of so Kabai Raja rear Bombay India nov. Ment was made today that sir Tuk Oji Rao former maharajah of Indore will contest through counsel a suit for rupees a bout s60.000 damages filed against him by so Kabai Raja rear a hindu woman who charges the for Mer ruler with luring her her daughter to his residence imprisoning them both for 11 years despoiling her Home of furniture jewelry. An Appeal filed by the former ruler inst the jurisdiction of the Bombay j High court was dismissed on september j 11. At that time the Justice said that it would be Manly on the part of the former ruler to appear in defense of the suit. The suit is now on the dormant list unless the plaintiff makes Eppli cation on special grounds to expedite the Case it probably would be some months before it is heard. Tuk Oji Rao. With his american wife the former Nancy Ann Miller of Seattle. Washing ton is now living near Paris. Hon. James Robb visits Victoria Vancouver nov. J. A Robb minister of finance arrived in Vancouver this morning ?.nd immediately departed for Victoria where he will address a meeting on monday night in support of Hon. J. D. Maclean Tho Liberal candidate contesting the Federal by election for Victoria Neces r rated by the resignation of Hon. Or. S. P. Tolmie. Hon. J. R. Malcolm min ister of Trade Commerce or. J. H. King minister of health sol Diers re establishment will join or Robb in Victoria on sunday. The minister of finance declined to make any statement during his Brief stay Here. Captain Sticks to ship when it is sinking Crew being taken off British Steamer Caribou re ported aground in storm off South Africa Hope Captain May yet be saved Capetown. Sooth Africa nov. British Steamer Caribou was reported to be sinking today 35 Miles Southwest of East Lon Don e Crew were stated to have abandoned her been picked up by the British steamship Windsor Castle. Captain Mitchell of the Caribou remained aboard his sinking ship. Heavy weather prevailed last night when the vessel left East London where she had been loading cargo for the United states. Later l a vessel sent a wireless message stating that she was aground at Kei Skama but after wards the ship was re floated under her own steam. It is believed that the Windsor Castle was standing by hoping to save the Captain. London nov. Swept Over the British Isles leaving nine known dead disabled Crip pled shipping in is Wake the southwesterly Gale today howled across Western Europe. The storm was fully As severe As that of a week ago. In addition to the nine deaths there were num Erous persons injured in scattered localities much destruction of property. J one of those killed was a Sandwich Beard Man in Liverpool whose signs i caught the wind threw him under i a motor truck. J the Chimney of a school in Hull col a lapsed As the pupils were leaving the building one school girl was killed. The Ottier pupils escaped with bruises. Two shipwrecks the Fate of the Crew of the Ger Man Steamer Herren Wyk which Sank in the Gale about 645 Miles West of Ireland was in doubt Al though it was known that a num Ber had been saved. The danish Steamer Estonia cruising around in the Vicinity radioed that it had picked up 13 of the Crew of 23. A dispatch from Copenhagen How Ever said that 16 members of the Crew had been rescued. The liner Transylvania also stood by the sinking ship there were unconfirmed reports that she had saved six men before continuing her Voy age. The Estonia was still in the neighbourhood hoping to Piek up other survivors. The Spanish ship Cantaria was driven ashore at Ayre Isle of Man. A stood by an attempt was to be made to float the vessel at High tide. The Crew of 25 was reported in no immediate danger. The violence of the wind at Southampton canted delay to to depart. These included the tuscan la bound for new York. The Majestic was furniture was stored by the company that owns the huts. The Gale howling Over Northern Western France brought Down Chim Neys uprooted Trees. Telephone Telegraph service was paralysed. No casualties were reported from France. Weather predictions were that an other Gale was racing across the Atlan tic was due in England tomorrow. Virginia is Moose jaw land Rush Moose jaw nov. In blankets with Only a Canvas temporarily rigged As a windbreaker about a dozen men Are camping on she Steps of the Dominion land office Here awaiting the throwing open to Home Stead entry of 22 sections of land South of Parkbeg. The land is unbroken Prairie has been a Dom Inion mounted police Reserve. It will be opened to entry at nine o clock tuesday morning. On wednesday it will to open to All returned men on thursday the general pub Lic will have right of application. Holdup Bandit shot new 1 Jerk nov. Unidentified Bandit was shot today after an in to Rob Robert win Ninger 65, a storekeeper on the or leans Pike near Here late last ii get. Accompanied by two others the victim entered the store after asking for cigarettes covered Winninger Sev eral customers ordered them to throw up their hands. Winninger in Stead fired a Shotgun charge which struck the victim in the head. His companions fled in an Auto. Gen. Booth not so Well London nov. Wil Liam Bramwell Booth head of the salvation army passed a rather bad night. Missionaries return to Northern Honan missionaries return Toronto nov. In Northern Donau most recent Battle ground in China s civil War have settled to allow the return of women As Well is men to the mini Slou Fields of that province he cording to a telex ram received by the Mission Fields of that province according to a Telegram received i y the Mission of fice of the United Church of Canada. Gumm Muir f i Ijar it an then sinks abandoned greek freighter goes Down Captain gets a Surprise was in collision during a fog with a Large unidentified vessel several nights ago. Liis ship he declared continued a. Southward route offering Aid to the Virginia. A big Hole was torn in the Virginia s _ Side water rushed in engine room hold. The Crew worked for Many hours finally de in the Cana j sinking the. Dian Pacific liner Montclair Landing her i ordered the Oev to take to passengers at another port. Fac he fishing fleets caught j por seven hours the lifeboats were a number of fishing fleets were lost in the fog. Intent cold set in caught away from their bases by the j the men ceased rowing in despair storm. It is believed that All of these the Captain declared that he had to Small Craft would manage to make port threaten them with his pistol to make without loss of life. Them keep rowing. Finally a Spanish Steamer service Between Ostend i trawler came upon them picked Dover was cancelled air planes them up taking them to Leices port stayed at Croydon instead of leaving i the Crew Lias been taken under the for the continent. J care of the greek Consul will be the weather was particularly severe sent to Lisbon today at the Channel ports of prance along the French coast. Fishing Craft other vessels were storm bound. There was a great demand for tugboats. Lisbon Portugal nov. The greek freighter Virginia abandoned by her Crew after a collision several Days hot off the coast of Portugal has been towed into port by portuguese trawlers who Are now claiming Salvage for the abandoned ship amounting to no one was More surprised when the Virginia came into port than Captain much Fords commander of Trie Orff ship. The Captain said that the Virginia the Virginia Sank in the Harbor at 4 o clock this morning. The trawlers had expressed the intention of claim ing Salvage for the abandoned ship amounting to but whether the British Steamer City of Agra i they Ever will be Able to get anything number of other steamship sail out of their Rich prize now remains _. Iship sail ing vessels asked in messages through the French wireless stations that tugs be sent to their Aid. Welsh Village razed a title Colony encamped in huts at woo Wynd Village South Wales hard hit by the tempest. Sixteen huts were wrecked in the. Storm of last week the Gale completed the disaster wrecking the remainder. About 500 persons were their Humble Homes compelled to seek temporary so Fer in Public buildings while their or. Lamb is to retire As head of . Of c. Problematical. Survivors of Vestri planto sue company 0. S. Stevens of new York is forming committee for this purpose new York nov. 24 Orrin s. Stevens a survivor of the Ventris Dis Aster has announced a plan to organize rescued passengers into a com Mittee for joint Legal action against the Lamport Holt Hue owners of the lost ship. The proposed committee or. Stev Whf oils would Institute suit for Sef with these two bodies his resignation i of class passengers Finan Montreal nov. A. S. Lamb president of the Amateur ath Letic. Union of Canada Secretary of the Canadian olympic committee Man aged of this year s Canadian olympic is going to sever his connection to take effect at the annual convention of the a. A. U. Of c. At port Arthur during the first week of december. When asked for his reasons for re signing or. Lamb replied i am sorry but i feel that i should Reserve those for Rny colleagues an the a. A. U. Of c. When All meet in port Arthur in daily unable to do so possibly would sue for a Lump sum covering joint claims of passengers injured in the disaster. It also Likely would re present relatives of victims he said. Or. Stevens who is manager of the first National Bank of Boston Branch at bus nos Ayres lost his wife in the disaster. Manila nov. That several thousand persons had been made homeless hundreds of Homes destroyed in the typhoon which has raged through the South Central part of the philippine islands for two Days were received Here no deaths have been reported. W

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