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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LF.TTTRRII)GF. DAILY HERALD immmm IT'S 100% PURE ptCLINE SUBSTITUTES FOR THE C. p. R. Mr. Bosworth Explains Why West Pays More Than the East i SLEEPY HOLLOW'S UTERARY NAME TAKEN FROM WASHINGTON IRV-\ ING STORY-SCHOOL MAK-\ ING GOOD PROGRESS Sleepy Hollow, Oct.. 7.-"ChlUlreu's Day" for tho Presbyterian Church waa observed here on Sinuhiy tho 29th ult. A program coiisUllng of hymna, reel-tntlotiB, and appropriate exercises were rendered by the children in Uio Sleepy Hollow school house. Tho room wub prettily decorated �w'lth autumn leavios, greetings for the day and sheaves of grain. .Mrs. J. U McKnight presided at the new organ, which:, was recently pur-chiucd lor school and church pur- llOEOS. � . � , ' The Sleepy. Hollow scliool house,, Avhicli was completed In June and �whlcli bears tho name ot a talo by -Washington irvlng" is a building 26 X 42, fuily. modern, unsurpassed tor Jiuaiity and workmanship. As we iial-c>n to the; lolling, of the bell from its ortiatic belfry and see the Uag floating from its staff, we forget that we are living"- in a hornoatoad country. We have ,a--f^elihg of gratitude for contractbr '.� Warren for ~ tho erection of the building. School! commenced, early Ih .Tuly with Miss A. M. Gillis in charge. The pupils have been very puiictual lu attendance and'prompt for the opening �exercises. The teacher says their doportment could not be better. Perhaps tlielr parents deserve congratula' tions as well as the children. The following allows the standing of the school.for Uje month of Septem bor^ .:0^�je-.^y. 'Gisrald Sinclair; Allco Neat ' � �'' V*"'-- ; ' - �� ' .tlradp TI.-Lois Cornwall,'Lizzie Zei-ter;' Alary W^tking,, yaulont) AVatkina, Susan McKnight; yUAzzic' Wabkenberg, Katy Zeiser, Ardelie* I'SihcTaiV. Grade 1.-Davis Noal, .Tasie Mc Knight, Margaret Zelser, Mary Wob-konberg, .laraos Wobicenberg. H," F. Cornwall lias returned from a Ivriof visit wfth his motlier at Ells-ton; Iowa, where the family reunion �was celebrated. Mr. Cornwall says that "sunny Southern Alberta" has more of cliarni for him than "beanitiful land" of hia childhood days. Tho last meeting of Y. P. A. was conducted by Mr. J. U McKnight The. sul)ject "Prayer" was ably dis-eusaed by tho leader. 'I'he young ladies ot this place are sorry, to hoar of the lllneEB of E Wittk' RECORD OF A ^ GREAT MEDICINE Doctors Could Not Help Mrs. l|�mpleton-Regained Hii^ith through Lydia E. f Pinkham's Compound. Hooper, Nebraska.-"! am v�ry e\oA to telf how Lydin E. I'ailcham's Vegetable Compound has hulpoil me. For five years I suffered from fonitile troubles so I was scarcely able to do my work. I took doctors^ medicines and used local treatments but'was not helped. I had.such awful beariiiig down pains and my back was so weak. I could hardly walk and could not rid6,:r.;.l often had to sit up nights to sleep nhd{my friends'thought I could not live long. � At my request my husband got me li: bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I commenced to tukp-.it. By the time I had taken tho sovi^nth bottle my health had returned nnd^I-l;)ogan doing my washing and was a wellwoman. Atone time for three weeks I di(i;,8ll the work for eighteen boarders with no signs of my old trouble retutir ing. >|]M�ny have taken your medicine �f ter iieeipg what it did for me. I would auc take $1000 and be where I w��. You haye.imy permission to use my name if itTff.ill aid anyone."-Mrs. SusiB Tem-PiiE^OH, Hooper, Nebraska. ThfiPinkham record is a proud and peer-les*Jpne. It is a record of constant vie-tory.over the obstinate ills of woman-'illii that deal out despair. It ia an established facV'ilmt LydiH K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has re-toreu hooitji to thpu-sandB of'such suffering women. Why don'tyoutry itifyou Modauch a medicinoV Ottawa, Oct. 7.-When the western freight rntes entiulry was rcsumeii Ihis morning before llio railway tooard with Chiiirmun Drayton presiding, a great array of legal tiiloui was hand to rcpronent tlio railways. In ojicninK tiie case for tho C, P. U. F. II. Chrysler cHllcd attention to ro-solutions passed by Winnipeg Hoards ol Trade and other western I)odies on which the chargOK of unjust discriui-Iniitlon nro based. Tiio resolutions, he explained, were forwarded to tho Dominion government, which ordered an in(iuiry by tho board. Mr. Chrysler (luoled the gov-ornment'H order for a general intiuiry, laying special emphasis on the fact that the point at Issue is tho assertion that rates west of Port Arthur constitutes an unjust discrimination as,compared with those in,force in JJaatern Canada. He proceeded to describe all that has transpired in connection with the Imiuirj- Since it opened last winter, pealing with tlio de-ciaion of the board, tliat the burden of proof that diBcrimluotion does not ex-iat, rests with tho railways. Mr. Chrysler salil that the C. P. It. does not admit that the evidence submitted estaibllshes that a charge of unjust discrimination has been eatah-liahed or that it has'been denionstraT-ed that ono section of the country is being sacrificed at the expense ot the other. Mr. Chr.vsler promised tho board to submit evidence to substantiate the claim of the Canadian Pacific that Western freight rafes are not unjust. F. H. Phlppen on behalf of the Canadian Northern and Eugaue Latiem. on b9haif of the Grand Trunk Pacitic entered objections that as these arc not througli lines they should not bo governed by evidence as to ratc.^ charged in Eastern Canada.. They Buggosted that it might be necessary to enlarge the scopo of tho iuciiilry. Chairman Drayton-"You can rest easy; tho scope of tiie enquiry will be enlarged to include more thaq tho (luestlon of diacrimluatiou alone." Vice-President Bosworth, of the Canadian Pacific, was then examined at length by Mr. Chrysler, witli the object of showing the basis of preaent freight charges on the Canadian Pacific in both east and west. .Vtter tiio completion of the Canadian Pacitic, he aald, western rates were established on i\ basis of the rates charged in tho west by tho Northern Pacific and tho Great Northern, tv,o American through lines. Eastern rates wore governed by water competition, which is more severe in some districts than others, 'but no aimilar, influence, ho said, affects-rates west of Pert Arthur and Fort William,, although charges to the twin citioa are affected hy water rates. From Montreal east to Quebec and the Maritime provinces Is governed almost entirely by St. Lawrence Hivor competition. In tho Western States local rates are much higher than In tiio Eastern States, largely.because there la no water competition in the West. Dealiuy, wltli through rates, Mr. Boswonh informed tho board that owing to different conditions, it Is tmfuir to compare rates to St, Paul with rates to Winnipeg, and a fair ccmparisoa is between St. Paul and l^ort William with a matter of rates. Ho said 'Manitoba ocoupioK a rather peculiar position. Ijilte a spout in a hopper, it catches all traffic, ;both east and weat, with the re.iult that density of traffic is altogether out of proportion to the amount of business originating in or carried to that province. For tliat reason rattia in Manitoba should not be governort by tho ordinary density of traffic rulea. IS GIVEN BLAME Sir Wilfrid and C. P. R. Melon-Big Meeting at Mount Forest ADD LAW FACULTY TO THE UNIVERSITY The Provincial Institution Rapidly Extending Its Boundaries - Additions to Staff Mount Forest, Out., Oct. 7.-Tlio final meeting ot .Sir Wilfrid hauricr's Ontario tour was held lieic this evening. .Several thousand were present. Sir Wilfrid's party were met by ofic-crs of tlic Wellington and Grey He-' form associations, and coniructed to tlic rink. Tho only new matter introduccil into the aildrcssP!) was .Sir Willrid's reference to the CP.R. "mulon cutting", for whicli lie declared the or-dcii government was rcsponsihic. Hon. Alackcn/.ie Kini; reviewed the events of the Laurier'regime, laying ipocial emphasis on the credit due Sir Wilfrid I^aurier on account i>i the British preference. the University for students at law and steps were tafbn for the immediate organization of the Faculty ot Law in the UniverBity. A committco was appointed to draw up a co^iise for the present year for the degree, consisting of the Chancellor of the University, the President of the University, Judge Taylor, Dr. Rutherford, IMessrs. E. T. Bishop and P. .1. , Nolan. It was agreed to aak the Edmonton, Oct. 7.-The Senate of board of governors to provide for tho tlic University of .Mbcrta met? on Kri- starting of classes in law in Edmon-day, October tth, at three o'clook, in ton this year and similar provision Athabasca Hail, Univutsily grounds, 'ihade for Viich other towns ot the pto-Thcre were present : Chancellor vince as present a stillicient number of .Stewart, President Tory, Dr. CJai-j students to warrant it. braith. Dr. Kutherford, Dr. Alcxan- The president reported to the Sender, Dr. Dyrie, Messrs. Harcourt, ate the new appointments lliat had Bishop, McCaig, Xolan, Knight and been made to the Faculty by the the Kogistrar. i Hoard of Governors since the last meeting." The 'ne\y appointments "were THIS HOLD UP ARTIST BRAVE hklo up TWO WOMEN AND RAN TO COVER WHEN ATTACKED by ONE THROUGH TICKETS EXCURSION RATESfllfllfv; To Great Brtti^a^l^^laginilflayia Tfce Coiitineii On Sale'i>ii^|lsr IRELAND-DEC. 27 Berth Rtservationt, TIcketa and Detalla from any Railway ar Steam-(hip Agent or Write ' t J. S. CARTER, ;QenerJtr Agent, 210 Portage Ave., Winnlpatf. Monetenegto Declares War (Continued from front page). The report of tlic medical examination was presented. The reports of the examiners tor! , , . , ,. , the Dental and Arciiitects asaocia-' the chair of Biology as follows Francis J. Lewis,-M.A;; D. Sc., to tions were not ready. The-marlvs of' these examinations ..will be. reported R. W. Boyle, ^M.A., D.Sc, to the chair of Physics. (Special tio the Herald). Keruie, Oct. 7.-Another attempt at the hold-up game was made here late Saturday night, this time the gallant thug choosing two members uf the gentler sex upon which to try liis gainiB of bliin, but it would not work. As Mrs, Cosgrove and Mrs. Etter, residents of the Fernie Mill district. Tho ambassadors at CoiiBtantinople and the minUlcrs at the capitula of Bulgaria, Servia. Greece und> jVonf;e-negro had been expected to ikafe'rep-rcsentations on behalf ot their governments this mornings^tid a despatch from Belgrade affirmsUhat their program has been carried out there. It is feared generally in diplomatic quarters liere that the action ot "Montenegro has precipitated and the fighting reportetl to have taken place between Turkish and Montenegrin troops on the frontier will tend to fniBtrate the efforts ol diplomacy. It is likely that tho other. Balkan states may decide to follow, the lead of Montenegro and throw their arraios into Turkey. Tho situation of the Christians in Albania and .Macedonia and the demand of the Balkan statos.that these Donaldson Une Direct Servicer i^; THE SCOTCH UNE � FOR ; . ' THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steara.^ ers sailing from Montraal and' QIaagow every Saturday carrying One Clata cabin and Third-Class pasaengers. :. � � .> v ? ? '> ?  .4 WELCOME TO LACOMBEIf tho International Dry-ParmlnK .^ Congress. The district e.viiiblt will be shi-pped to Lethbrldge within a few days, and woi'lt':i�ii its InEtallation inartod at oaeo. The Board cl Trade have chartered a Sleeper, nnd will brtiig a delegation of tv/enty-tiye lioostfcrs to .spend the week at Uio Congress. ' '> '> �: ? ? ? ^ : *  ral hundred iJijuTed. the otlicial board of District 18, U. M.W. ot A., will meet him. Secretary Carter left here this apolis, and 1-lirain Cliuc, Muncie.Iad. involving unions other than tlie Iron Workers, were outlined by the dis- Tiiorning, and the other members of, 'T"^'' attonicy Ho said it would be tho board are expected today, so tliat'f'^'^'o", ^''"^ ^'"-"5' ^" "'"^ m Detroit a full board will tic present to meet '"^'' " wiioii'siilii biow- the Tfon. Commissioner. I'"''' "�'' ''� '^' Mc.N'amara The special train which is to bear ithe ..jobs "hecausn tlieir Excellencies, the DuUe and Duchess of Connaught and party east-. :�� ( ?   PEACE NOT SETTLED VET - � Constantinople, Oct. S.-:-Roch'Id Pashu, since his return from Ouchy, Switzerland, says that ho succeeded in bringing about an understanding between tho delegates of Turkey and Italy on one of the principal points in tho peace inego-tiations, so that tho settjement of the whole question could be expected in a few days. ! tliL'ic were too many in on tiiedcal." Meadows was an ollicer ot the Bro-... ,A c . ' 1 , ,r, ' I . Ihcrhood of Carpenters and .loincrs, u^.fwaTtX ,r n^^^^ ^vns a national or^amVer westward today at noon. -Jeyen laternatioiml Association oi coaclies m all, compri.se the train, tho otlicial cars, Cornwall and the York, being the two specially designed lur' the Royal |)(irty. Machinists. Detective In Oaino The QuhluBt, Simpliut Cough Cui�. ' ViaaUf and Cheaply Hade ' i^ty llonic. Saves Yott.fa.* : =�1 This roclpo makes,10" ounc^svCf;;qoiipli I A detective representing hiniicif as 'syrup-enouBh to last a family *'fonir a iixsmbcr of the Slicct Metal Work- time. You couldn't buy aa'.muohior ha HAVE ONE JUROR SELECTED .\'ow York, Oct, 8.-With one juror in the. box the second day of tlio trial of Polloo Lieut. Charles Becker, churg ed with the murder cf Herman Rosenthal, was resumed before Justice doff in the criminal branch of the Supreme Court today. EnduringQualij it assured in kMvtt, forks, spoon* and lervins pieces if they are afilMNERSBIIOS.] This bnindi known as "Siltrer Halt that Wtm" in beautiful doslgni). is made tho heaviest plate, hi has been renovrnad . I for over 60 years. ^_ ers, jrot Into the deal, said Mr. Mill- Bood cougli .^yrup for ja.fiO. ' J:^'.: � p.r. "'How are you going to l.low up Slmpio as It is. it plyc* almpst'ttiiiiint tiiesp places, whrrc is the dvnmite'.'" relief and usually Btopis :lho mo�t-oU*tl. asked tho detective. "Why wc i-avc it ""^'o '^""Sli in M hours. Tills. I?; partly right in town ; brought in on a '^"'^ '"o '""^ "'"""7' triin " arswored nine '  flUmulntCB tho appetite and Imu an oxccl- ^.;.rrr sr,sr' ^ss^ dynamite in on a train witli women loo, tor whooping cqukIi. croup, soro and children .' "Oi course, it's cpsy lu.igs, asthma, throat troubles, otq.;. , ^ and sate,' said Clinc. ".NO one will Mix two cups of ;,TaiiuiiUcd sugar with nvwr know of it" oup of warm water and stir for two over know 01 11. minutes. Put-iH ouuco� of I'inex (tlfty A map ot Detroit was prcpaicd centa' worth) in a l6-ounce bottle, an* with five locations marked where ex- add the Sugar syiup. '.'k^isp^perfectly, plosions were to occur. McManigar ^f^e? hSuJs.'''''""'"' ' ' " ' was sent to do the job and was given Fme is one of the oldest and bMt- a list McManical Ka.it\  "Tkprn .irp known reniedia! afienla for the oie ,rn naied often.abut never succosafully, their way to do the jobs in .Mini, a KUiiinntyoraHifioluto satlnfnollon, or.. 1911, when tliey were auested.,-, moiioy promptl^^ refunded, goes with JM^^ When court Lliourned Mr. Miller TV^r-fo,'^;^�.'7t�d! s'o'ird'^^ ' had spokenlor lour days, or a total Co., Toronto, Ont. \ 672834087314977332017399 ;