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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETif lUlIDflE DAILY HERALD II ITS 100 PURE DECLINE SUBSTITUTES v SLEEPY HOLLOWS LITERARY NAME TAKEN FROM WASHINGTON IRV Y ING MAK ING GOOD PROGRESS Sleepy Day for the Presbyterian Church was observed bore on Sunday tho 2H1 A program consisting of reci tat and appropriate exerelsefa rendered by the children in Sleepy Hollow sciiool The room was prettily decora let autumn greetings for the and sheaves oL giain U McKnight presided at the siew wlnchi recently for sehool and cliui cii The Hollow school1 houi completed in June anil bears name of a tale by Washington Irving is a building 26 x misurpiissort for ciujiHty AB we list en to of the bell from its artistic belfry and the Hag float ing from Us we forget that we are a homestead We have ofgratitude Warren for the erection of the July Gillis in The pupils havebeen verypunctual luat tendance prompt for Ihe opening v The teacher says their deportment could not be Per haps their parents deserve congratula tions us well as the The following shows the standing of the Lhe month of Sejitem Geiald Keal v Zci Kerj1 Slary Susan jMcKniglitfllizzie Katy Ardelle Grhde 5Ic Margaret Mary Jumes Cornwall has rctunied from nViricf with liis mother at Ells ton where tlie family reunion was Cornwall says that sunny Soiithern Alberta lias more a charm for him than beautiful land of his childhood The last meeting of was conducted by Prayer was ably dis cussed by the The young ladies of this place are hear of tlie illness of FOR THE Bosworth Explains Why West Pays More Than the East Doctors Could Not Help Health through Lydia am very glsd to telf how Lydia Imkhams Vegetable Compound has helped For five years I suffered from troubles ao I was scarcelyable to do my I took doi torsmedicines and used locit treatments but was not I awful bearirig down pains and my back wes EO weak I could hardly walk and could not often had to sit up nights to sleep and my friends thought I could not H my request my got me a bottle of Pinkhnms Veg etable Compound and 1 commenced to take Dy tlie time I had tukon the seventh bottle my health bad returned nnd I began doing my washing and was a At one time for three weeks I did all the work for eighteen boariltrs with no signs of my old trouble retuiir iMany have taken your medicine after seeing what it did for I would not take SIOQ9 and be where I You haye my permission to use my name if aid SUSIE TEM ThoPinkham record is a proud and peer It is a record of constant vic the obstinate ills of thaijjeal out It nn established j Pinkhams Vegeta ble Compound has re stored health to thou sands ofsuch sufferf ing Why dontyoutry itif you a medicine he western freight rates emiuiry was resumed this morning before the railway bonrtl with Chairman Dray ton great army oi legal taloni was on hand to represent he In opening the case Tor the R Chrysler called attention to re solutions passed hy Winnipeg Hoards oi Trade and olher western bodies on which the of unjust discrim ination arc The he were forwarded to tho Dominion govern which didored an Inquiry hy lh Chryslor quoted the gov ernments order for a general laying special emphasis on the fact that the point at issue is the asser tion that rates west of Port Arthur constitutes an mi Just discrimination com pared with those force in Eastern lie proceeded to cribo all that bag transpired in con nection with the Inquiry since it open ed last pealingwith the de cision of the that the burden of proof that does not ex with tho Chrysler said ilmt the does not admit that the evidence sub mitted establishes that a oi unjust discrimination has been estab lished or that it hasbeon demonKtraT eil that ono section of the country is being sacrificed at the expense of the Chrysler promised the board to submit evidence to substantiate the claim of the Canadian Pacific that Western freight rates arc not Phippen on foetialf of the Can adian Northern ami Eugene on behalf of tho Grand Trunk Pacific entered objections that as these are not through lines they should not be governed by evidence as to rates charged in Eastern They suggested that it benecessary o enlarge the scope ofthe Chairman Dray You can rest easy tho scope of the enquiry will enlarged to than the lucBtion of discrimination VicePresideut of the Ca ladian was then examined it length by with the ob cct of showing the basis of present freight charges on the Canadian fic in both east After tho completion of the Canadian he western rates were established t basis of the rates charged in the vest by tho Korthern Pacific and the reut two American hrough Eastern rates were gov erned by water which IE more severe in some districts than but no ho affects1 rates of Pert Ar hiir and Fort although ihavges to the twin cities are affect ed by water From Montrea asL to Quebec and the Maritime prov ncea is governed almost entirely by Lawrence River In be Western States local rates are much higher than in the Eastern there Is no wa ter competition in the Dealing with through Boswonh in formed the board that owing to dif ferent it is unfair to com pare rates to Paul with rates to and a fair comparison is between Paul and Fort William with a matter of He said Man itoba occupies a rather peculiar po Like a spout n H catches all east and with the result hat density of traffic is altogether out of proportion to the amount of business originating in or carried to that For that reason rates in Manitoba should not be governed by the ordinary den sity of traffic AIRSHIP IN BRITISH ARMV ADD LAW FACULTY TO THE UNIVERSITY The Provincial Institution Rapidly Extending Its tions to Staff the Universityfor students at law and steps laficn for the immedi ate organization of the Faculty ot Law in the A committee was appointed to draw up a course for the present year for the consisting of the Chancellor of the the President Of the Uni Judge Ruther Bishop and It was agreed to ask the Senate of board of governors to provide for the the University of Alberta metron Fri starting of classes in in Edmon at three in ton this year and similar provision University made lor such other towns oi the proi There were present Chancellor vince as present a number of President Gal1 students to warrant Alcxmv1 The president reported to the Sen ate the new appointments that had Knight and been made to the Faculty by the the j Hoard of Governors since Ilie last The report of the medical cxaminj appointments vere ition was j as follows The reports oi the examiners fori Francis J to the Dental and Architects chair of lions were npt Themarvs of hese examinations reported in about ten The first bulletin ofthe Extension Department of University Civil Engjnuerjng submitted to the Senate rfpjpov Robby Lecturer Tins bulletin sets forth broadly in Medianical Dudley Instruc GOVERNMENT IS GIVEN BLAME Sir Wilfrid and C Meeting at Mount Forest Mount final meeting of Sir Wilfrid Uurlers Ontario tour was held heic this even Several thousand were Sir Wilfrids party were met by offic ers of the Wellington and Grey lie form and coiuiioted to the Tho only new introduced in to the addresses was Sir Wilfrid reference to the melon culr for which he declared the Vior dcri government was Mackenzie King reviewed the events of the Laurier laying special emphasis rin the credit due Sir Wilfrid Laurier on account oV tlie British THIS HOLD UP ARTIST BRAVE HELD UP TWO WOMEN AND RAN TO COVER WHEN ATTACK ED BY ONE ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS EXCURSION THROUGH RATES y TICKETS To Great anil The Continent On Sale 7th to 31st SPEC LVlFlLVC SHIPS EMPRESS 15 OF IRELANP 2S LAKE EMPRESS OF 13 EMPRESS QF 27 Berth Tickets and Details from any Railway or Steam Agent or Write t General 210 Portage AveM Monetenegfo Declares War Continued from front The ambassadors at Constantinople and the ministers at the capitals of Greece negro had been expected tq rcsentatlons on behalf pf their govern ments this morning arid a despatch roui Belgrade afflrnisf that their proj ram has been carried out j It Is feared generally In diplomatic j quarters here tliat the action Mon tenegro has and the IgliUng reported to have taken jilace jetween Turkish and ilontenesiin to the troops on the frontier will tend to Another attempt at frustrate the efforts of holdup game was madu here late this time the gallant thug choosingtwo members of the gentlersex upon to try his game of but it would not AsMrs Cosgrove and residents ofthe rKernie Mill It is likely that the other i states may decide to the lead of Montenegro and throw their armies into The situation of Christiansiu Albania and de mand of the Balkan these wero going home about eleven provinces should be granted autonomy and had reached a place near I are the main cause ofthe the grand stand at the recreation Despatches from Constantinople re aman sprang out celved here duringthe njght say that Ijefore them and demanded their purs1 military patrols were going the holding a gun and threatening city requisitioning all the the authorities had placed troops on board a immber hy had some forty dollars in her purseafter her Saturday shop Greek vessels which they had seized to the chair of in Lecturer in screamed and beat a hasty rein Turkish waters Jt is under treattowards Not ntood these are to used for She stood lier ground andtransportation of the ruffian in the face with a The Greek legation lias ordered the the purpose and of tlia ney Dei FIRE STARTED BY THE HJ HIGH RIVER HAD A FIRE WITH ONLY ABOUT INSTANCE at hour yesterday destroyed raine building owned by Cooper nnd oceupiej by John as an implement Vh the building is about and on stock fixraips with Part of I b building was occupied iv as linng mt they were in 1Iie coniitry with fiends anil only learned of their loss on returning ilitlire s le lieved to hivo orisrinaird froja lartment of Extension rorporaicd by the Senate last The degree of ad granted to Irving The degree of was conferred ipon Yorke Hlayncy in coiirsi Mr Blayney having completed Ins inations in tor in Instructor in bag of candies she was While she was showering her sweet nessupoii the iinappreciative highway that individual was making the most of his opportunity by grabbing j the fur rfiiiff which hung Irom a cord about fitters and beating a The two badly frightened ladies back to town and the police were af once A hasty search of the locality was made and masters or vessels to landtheir Had toBk Ccntinued from front Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin steam ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday ing One Clase cabin am Third Class CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS from 5th and LOWEST UPTODATE Reserve your accommodation now nnd secure the bast It costs no to any steahr ship agfrnt or General 445 Main St Phone M5312 Secretary the mull recovered from where it had I DlDJltt ttiptlf nf RvipnRinn the Department of Frank This brings the teaching force o the University up to pro The dniil of the agreement fessors and the Law Society of province oi An anonymous donor offered the Alberta and he tim undtr Senate the sum of for three which the University u xo S25 respectively for conduct the law examinations for the the best three essays on the influ Law Society was submitted ind ence the Bible on English Litera The agreement is slm Ur H was decided to accept witV to that already entered into between thanks the offer and to throw the tiic Univmity and the Medical Dental It was decided 10 institute nnd competition open to the students the third and fourth The corn petition will be conducted under the oi Bachelor of Law in direction of tho Knglish Department WELCOME TO LACOMSE Ort i Tlie people of this district are displaying an active interest the International DryFanning The exhibit will be shipped to LethbrMge within a few and woik on its installation started at Tho Board cf Trade have char tered i and will bring a delpgauon of twentyfive boosters to spend the weak nt the DRANK MISS WYLIE IN TORONTO the noted English who has served two terms in prison for her militant arrived in Toronto yesterday from Miss Wylie will address a of meeting here nnd today will meet the officers of tho local Although admitting that the condi tions governing the womens strug gle for political freedom were not the bMtie in Canada as those in I Miss Wylie intimated that in the near the Dominion be the I scene of disturbances similar to those in England during the past few BURGLARY AT SASKATOON Oct epou from a small villageon the Main in Coinptc owm stiues ihat Josepli Durocher Philip LcniieuK are ae ibe result of wood alcohol including a largo amount of and ammunition wore I Is believed thai several men were en gaged on the warehouse of tho Ashdown Hardware at Ibis was entered by burglars at an early hour this and an entire igon load of tine hardware special by a friend whose house they were I Three others were danger ously but it is expec ed thcj PEACE NOT SETTLED YET ReeMd since his return from says that he succeeded in bringing about an understanding be tween tho delegates of Turkey and Italy on one of tho prin cipal points in the peace nego so that the of the whole question could be expected iu a few No except fresh footprints the mud showing thai the man had tracks for the timber and un was which might lead to his Brought Boys Home Chief of the city turned from Sunday morn one knows you P in and do the I ro It is lie nil you can mnm STEAMSHIPS The Royal Line MONTREAL TO ENGLAND Shortest Route to London and Con tinent on Palaces Lawrence Sailings Roal Georsc Oct 36 lUnal Edward Oct 30 Rojal Geoige 13 1st class uftuaids 2nd class and upwards 3rd Bristol or London Ask an IlailnM 01 agentfor illustrated rates or Qeneral Scott 272 Main Winnipeg He told me Mayor controls the police force and we will he Affer the Llewellyn IronWortscx j plosion on pecemhcr wrote to Eugene of San AN AWFUL CATASTROPHE bringing the two boys who were being held in the detention home j awaiting the arrival of MveiLoe wrote from Fernic to turn them 1 father one of the boys acccnipan a letter to concludiiig trust ing jSa Askwiih at Frank Sir who is in Can ada to examine into labor especially as to lhe workings of HIE Claus will Some of the Gang charred bodies of victims of last nightsexplo sion 1n a warehouse here have recovered from the Five hundred kegs of powder exploded during a is believed that nearly fiftyper sons were killed sfivoriil hundred j ijined Charges against Clarence j the j of JO hours and hart not j edpresenUng tlie governments side of Rochester Charles De troit Frank Detroit William now of East Lemieux is now whireway H P ilcalows the Qfiicial board of District IS U j Hiram of A will meet him j involving unions other than the Iron Secretary Carter left here this Workcrs wcrc tlic dis and the other members lie said it would IT the board are expected so that hojin1 a11 Dctroll a full hoard will he present to 19Ii liivp a ow Commissioner lhat L BMOamara The train which is to bear abtmt the juls their the DuVe and werp nw1 m 1 Duchess of Coimaiight and partv east J n niccr uIftrtro ward from Kootenuv passed tarpeniers westward iodav at Kleven TO FURNISH NEW CPLLEGE Nr i of Red purchasing the eniiitmipnt fot the new ladies college being erected by tlnv Presbyttvian synod of to iie npcned on January IDi and was national organizer of tic International Association oi Detective In A detective representing hiniiiolf as cnougl a jroinlipr of thr Sheet Metal eoachcs in comprise the Urn oflicial Cornwall and tlie the two specially for the Koyal HAVE ONE JUROR SELECTED one juror in the box the sccond day of the trial of Police Charles cbiirgj right in town brought in ed with the murder cf Herman answered was resumed before Justice floflj Do you mean to say you brought n the ciiiiiina branch of the Supreme dynamite in on a train with women The Simplest Cough Cure Kaslly and Clienply Mnrtckt4 JIoiiic You f Tills recipe mattes 1C to last u fanilly got into the said How are you going to Uow up where is the dynsmite relief and usually stoj asked the Why we it nQtc in 24 hou Court and children is assured in spoons serving pieces if they are This known as Silver fteit thai Wears In beautiful ti matie j the heaviest bai been renowned j for ovcrdO ild by Leading couinni buy a souii coiisli syrup for Simple as It is It almost infant lie Is partly to the fact tliat il IB aligrhtly siimulalcs the appciite and has an csce lent tonic It is pleasant to children like An escetenl for whooping soro Ot its easy throat and said No will Mix two cups cf sugar with ever know of it one CUP of arm water and stir for uvo n Put ouncitri ot Pines ilfty A map ol Detroit was predated cents worth in a itiounce and with five locations marked where exadtl tRt Sugar It lieeps plosiors were to McManigal evfiry two wits aeiii tu uo the iob and was civen Fine is one or tne oiaesi and best a ilcManigal Kaid There are remeaiai agenis for the thvoat fa Imex is the most valuable concGntrutcS coinjiound ot arc lo false tomb on the porch oi the of a mem ber of the Detroit Merchants and i i tour on the where is the other place J 15 McXamari re Manufacturers Association McNamara and wore their way do the jobs in wben they were When court adjoiirnpd Mi wives In tho United States and wllidl explains why the pnn ims been im Hated f but never A or absolute or monfty promptly POOS with tills VllUl dHlRfflFt Or Will e if sena to had spoken ur four or a total ;