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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLL'MK VI. SIXTEEN PAGES Saturday, -October CENTS. Number 250 HILADELPHIA ATHLETICS WORLD' Farmers Rallied to Support of Fair Which Was Exception- ally Good FINE LIVE STOCK Remarkable Achievement in the Agricflkural Developemenl in Ve-fy Few Years third annual exhibition, held displayed iu splendor tin of a porUon oC the south couctrj- that twice EG many years ago vas nothitE but a broad tii'ante The many that hava lakea place In these few short years YW-e eYJdeacod by the wonderful ar liy of regstablea, the grain anw.ho, respond ed_ to the Volwrno's call.' Th.'vcllurno sailed frem Rotterdam on October 2nd, for New York by way-ofHalifar.; where It was to stop next Monday. It Is believed the steamer carried twenty-four" cabin pastenger., 640 rteeraae pawengcrs and a of ninety-three men. Ttt vvirele--s reports say that 521 persons wire caved, making 200 persons unaccounted for thus far.. When the Carmania reached the vicinity of the Volturno at noon, >he found that the forward end of the distressed vessel, burning fietcely. KOl'i! BOATS WEST DOWN' get anybody ol! her. H was tmifying time 'railing T.lulc her pro- weic ioulcrf Villi.lioals and Found In a .dying condition shorUy Hactle useii in' lowering, her -six dreds'ol passengers, ineludicg .men, women and cliifiircn, horror-stticVen on I'.ie-rf'.cis cf the Vollurno'and.yet. ,te tmablc to lielp them, ol ol Mostol the passenicrs got inlo.lhe of 'life' boats, hut a huMlcd. of- to i1Irlcnj the village four ns by the .car, tain j _ Charles J neon.' Andrew Mcitlllan, cboul th, CsimJnia lluf trtO only out Fictitious names will ic thc fitst provlriCt. jn the radius :ol his Tho committee says their land 'or 'in spile the. rasing ents are at work in Kn.hnd, forty >h' At 4 tlie ol these being assigned :to l.ondoi for the purpose ot enrolling men, r.osliy retired army officers, but in any pri- vate nienr trokcra busiir.ess men of every description.' LOOK OUT, Sill EmVARll The Daily Slsctcli imblishrit a TC- porl thai a counter revolution is tie- Icn, prepared C-.crro- oi Winston'visional government bl'Sir Kdward t'u> Kow billot ond candMMcs will Tlie.acl "can be .-put Mnto fn tbp mine pTiyalclan. 1 U1L. IH-" u.utu'T :_. _ V..I ftWftt I bavc a chnncc.wbtio on Hie platform to remedy It. the province-by r-r'cwb to make "the act applici to whole province; a special bill In me HJULC JMIJC.VH.H, ,ma-1 wasValled..bul -McMlll.n passed nwaj j oj hit boils beforp-meaica, ald.reaehed hlnv At 4 o'clock 'thi; caplain cf tlie Catmania. the SetdliU --'--l.o' cjme in -These twb; were join-. ith much .The ed later in Ih'c ait-itnoou jpcaVing at West'Ilromwlch, replying to the liundee speech ol Winston j visional government bl'Sir Kdward Churchill, disagreed -when Churchill :Cjrson. The movement is declatcd home rule could lc forced in have at its head inilwntial bus Ulster If the government foil owed'ness men, i'rolestanls of lilst'r, who Hcdracul's advice and full" are strongly opposed fa rule irced into harbor." The provisional .for Ireland, yet at the same time, covcramcnt would It declared in Ire-'are opposed to the mililtmf methods land, said Smith, the day home rule of the Ciitsonitcs. They are hrcatnc law. jly (n favor of home, rub but an mill- measure by constitutional means, tarr force would destroy Ulster's re- They submit that if Ibe-bill should Distance. hecorac law no goo-1 p'jrrose would Tl.t ncM word on the ij-j'nlion will he serrcd by .cohlltiucd opposition. from Ucilmond, who will speak They also contend 'lUl thc.provi- at l.lintrlcV'Similay. ,slonj1 government would involve tjusi- MpllK CIIICDS WOKK :ness suicide and financial "ruin. The i'cll'Slall H'tiatUt publishes an The speech, nhich Mlcdmond is to enrollment pnd invites signers t.' th: deliver a< l.lmcric'i Is 'cx- lorcfs fjrini; cir.-llcl Picled (o le one ot cxccntionnl noli- in ulnt" it cills importance... Oominj; ?s it will, ths two immcilhtrly alter-1hp. Mr. Ctlt? (.1 .llidl I'ro.inic 'Jwill Ciiyi'li. it Tic scjonid with ibs- lute." ''til allentic-n. "s' CHATEAUCUAY BYE-ELEOTION ?L Oue Oct ll.-The I Alberta lias alt: byo-elecllon campnlgn: system c.t holding separate courts lor HIB nsvtfniaii.Jin'il Uappa-' Deceased bad bScn In I.cinbrnigo on ot the ltu. Chateaug corruption, an live won't tell noin they Fellcller a meeting at Ilowlpk id refused to let Flfb'.t I 6'no ytar, anf was putting In sra rouRh and "ihe i Asi'a'n.' The abattd. Alberta lias already adopted the second day's work ill the mine, bavins ?ml u hj. csirjnrdinatv ef-1 toward night ami cachii! tlio been employed all summer by Jock ihr. crall was McMiilieh, of tbe Kcs transfer. I ol charges against juvcn- In the large centrfs and i justices ol the ibo star left half-back the.Oyerseai' Football club, and 1 vented Iroin .1 and Mackenzie King speak. 'An.., pendeut meeting wns held. Polling li proccodinjt actively. s (.or the hearing 9, In order that children may not t slightly toward night mil is prc-1 tbij-sV as' soon a I. lor to do so, put o'Jt t oats. of JaUcd Os'she lelt the side of tlie ship.; waifs, iveic so high CplJI.DX'T IIEACII'IIKK Ithat althoiifti 'the cra'lt-fiiaiii) Tbe Carmaiii.Vs lilc loat.-m char'RK S6me progress in the- dlrcctlon'of o( I-'irst OScer -Ciardintt, .made a-'Volturno, it was impnssl-le lor galhnt but futile attempt get OCTOBER RASPBERRIES. Ottawa Oct weather1 has tho provlccc In the same way AS oth- been so fine that a second are standardised. of raspberries la being plcXcd Ift soraa S.irdens. Wild raspberries are also having'a Inlr. second crop.. jusiiKs of tue all ,mcmb-er of Orris, 'uud Uic Knisni ncc to hold sprcial sit-1 hrarln? children's i Sergeant M Brayn'e, of the Police, ar lo bo'held peni- all but three tta rest darkness. Inr nn innucst. i being broVen or-torn Irom the tamls Carmnnla brother living In of the crew, Kitst .OiricjriCtavdmsr inSt throwing t .ix...... 11xA lift _ i. Coronfir-Humphries, Sergeant Me- .btllljll. c-- ravn'e of the lilounted 1'olice and alongside Ihe doo.T.ed to their, shlpsm nicsl cases, doing in. Insneetor ;3am Jor.e, went oul ter a two hours' baUlV with' 'ilis this with the grcakst dfffic' Hy, ou- An pot Is 13 Introduced will regulate the embalming profession in A 0. P. R. APM'lNTMEfcT. Edmonton, Oct. T. lUmlin, PATRICK'MAHER'S WILL. formerly' of Winnipeg genernl offlco Toronto. Or.l. will of" the !of P. It., his appointed late Patrick Maher. well known livery passenier; agent In Alberta, He lelt f all to his' wjdpw. vl.tffi ;a her. lights go- the rays "across the Tilo funeral was planned cctutned to the Catrnania; wlilcb he Ecas in o! posshto for tomorrow i'ltcrnoon. )succctded'in'maVing. tt-ss ol strugftl'ns swiiiimcra or boats ior HUIUI ,.______ ,Jirc flr fo0fan aroOT6 the mem- Volturno. hers ol his boat's crew. Captain A TkllRIKY 1X0 SPECTACLE POINCAIRE IIECLINED cf the Carmanla, then man- Madrid, O.ct, Poircalrc, of France, .wh'i. IB visiting hero today, decllnedfto aieiid tho' royal bull fight a lover of BULL vessel, very close to At ahoiil 9 o'clort; to the u-licn the darkne r, I.IL was al ifs black-; th? Volturno and Ihe Car-1 fs( 1mal throuzh amidships: manii'fi how within a hiin.iiMil, )h v ,rom room'- of the H .jai h- lound impossible, however, lo.cas} 4; line on toa.rd the Voll-Jrno .or C (Conl.nuul.on. page ;