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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 11, 191 THE DAILY HERALD Page 5 WE HAVE HAD A GREAT DEMAND FROM ALL PARTS OF THE CITY FOR THAT S at 37 l-2c per square yard and Floor Oilcloth at 30c per square yard, that we have decided to continue the sale next week only. During the Sale we will give 20 per cent off on all carpet squares. At the WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY. PHONE 1023 TERMS CASH Goods Delivered to oil parts of the city free TENOR OF DETROIT Lyo n READER AND PIANIST OF TORONTO Knox Church Tues. Oct. 14 ADMISSION Tlcie'Ji at.Konny Allln's rjg-Sock Sfni-n and Robert- oii'fl Boot Store. Ocean Liner Volturno Ablaze in D Ct A1 1 J C 'the c-Uiter to the Kagina btorm Abandoned ar bea opened _____________P them HoUtn'am Ncu' Northern officers here recdvtd n'j ufflcisl word ol tfco Volturno dis- aster. uv.i.td by this lino (CVnthmct From York- and .Halifax. Nearly three nun drcd pasMHEOrs tvere to have landed .'.As the lifhtrd tn sky, tirrc (erdam iiwh at lia'ibi. al to the steira- lullpv.-cd an v.lm-h Feat of slrps in the res- el's svbe-Julc morning te- to llie.air burning A sprt- cue ol the Voll'inn's were tooled through to Western Can- p! the uest'jowKl. Tl.cy uere tl-.? Krnnnhnd ada pc-iats r.'.ostly. A. C. Yaughan, Eunicd by fire with more 5M ol Ktd Slsr line, md of.tlic Csnad'an Xorthem here, said souls .ea'rio.ird, and by a our.cu hy WUhy tjijs ir.om'ug 1ha{ Ib.c CVtiddian Xor- f.cci ot lnue lighted hvl's crowded A: Co. 'Ihe Kiojnbi.d for them, the boat, uad vilh thousands tii sp.vutjrs all New York on October 5, ordin- no interest in its oper.it on rs iniirjus hut VinciUe to hrlp, owing to arily ma'ses the Uip in diys. general agents here. The steamer he'inyaata'n.-iLS seas, Hut l.ecaiibe of on this was bouthl ,by Sir V.'iiliaTn MacKen- All.that could be done by the Uiu will be delayed not lit, but never ii-til by the Canadian. woulil-Iip helpers tn tt.rcnv over- icaih wiih the DO of thi Vol- Northern. boattl [torn their dozens of turuo's she carries tillaf-j------------------------------ lUhtcd 'life'htioys'jnd th3 tcr Oct. IV T'h? _ hope ot picilnr un t.( jli'.sivvhj from London, was d'.e al or Harl Fv hail tiecu cast into the nea. St. Jclia, H., Oct. 1C, un-; Tl alllCl 1 laU i_iA" OUT OF COMMISSION" der the her date ol At 20 min'Ucs past nijht, at arrival will be mnvcd up. KV.c'car- thc wireless operator oa board the r'ts IS of. the VcHiirrio's ers. I Volturno had to turn over con- The other vessels all bound eisl.car- riection o! Lis instruments to the re- rvi.ig survivors, arc due approsi- 'sfrvc batteries, as the fitc hitl reach- mattly as follows: the. oilers and the room ani Oct. 12. the pumps and out of action. A lew minutes later criw for help were heard risiiij Irom tbs water near the Cattnania, ar.d ihen La Havre, Oct. 12. Oct. II. Oct. 11. .Narrjgansclt (tr.hhter) to doa, hibition Well De- signed to Show (Continued From Ftont 1'agc) t i en lntuamr' l a who proved to hi a storage Oct. 17. passer o! the Volturno, wesring a Cci. 11. life licit, was locattd by of the Ciruiser Kuerfurst-Hremen, scarchliBhf i sliorl 'distance away, 15. tossed about the feas'. Ho. was res- Scydlilz (freighter) Destination neit yeir. cued, but only alter ol tr.e sail- uncertain. A Notable Exhibit, lots nf'the Carmanja list! Lee-i low- j NOT OVKRLOADKD md over, something tha! seemed bet but was not .bow n in good taste or Oct. style. Somebody will gel ntit to Ins i idea, and clean up a nice llltlc roll o cred into tbe water .witli a life Xew VolUrnn An exhiuit that should be noted in passing the showing in sbeep OHARTERS HAS RESIGNED. which placed about the waist of sailed under' 50 .inspection certificate nisdc by 5. P. McKay. Vr. McKny rtlic exhduj-ted man. Otbcr cries were given it by .the Board of' not been in tile sheep liiEiness to heard, but they gradually 'died away Trade and was required only to come himself for very many years, but In i and no further bod: were stcn. DAWN IJItOUOHT ____..... _________ About a ray ol hope DMUiber, 1312, when the inspcc- jcommon rinse and by tli radually men away I rade ana was required only 10 come. blmself for very many years, DUI m 'dies or swimmers up to tt.e Uritish. standards in fire short space of lime allotted him protection and 1'fc savtng apparatus, i nas certainly made wonderful strides L111T RELIEF i 'r'ic las' inspection here was made.lHc a fcwlieail o named for the e' r nomination Is'October 27.'j-flottlli of boats gatlicxcd round' iloctlon N'ovembor 3. stern o[ the ..Vplturno.- WAS UUUjT IX 1903 the l1" WILLOW RIVER -t t ji. i33i pounds or an average of 111 2- Bve month .steamer was listeil at 1504 persons, v- v i r, K n-t i' i KOIt CANADA was huilt hy Fairricld and Co. Glasgow in 1306.' She was 310 feet long a i3 foot MeiKtoM and fourteen OayB.old. The poultry department showed ei Kin5uard, Oct. H.-The prosress since last year, an migrants' aboairt the Volturno were was pronounced first class by tn of llussians, Dalmatlrcs, j Judge, Mr. Weilbrook. 'olcb, and a .ftw, aecmans. Most ,ol Tho ladies'.department tonnage iwas net On this nnd tbo niOH CARIBOO MINING DISTRICT, Insures Uia future of.WIL- LOW HIVBR. Wrtto now, today, for free mapa, plats, eto. PACIFIC LAND A TOWNaHIPS CO. LIMITED. S02 Vancouver, B, C. Agenti gcntral agent at Halifax, asking he had received any ol the dis- USUAL "DON'T KNOWS" Mm the list Ol those t i i n tn e u" UUJI tliC tClf aSSlfjljillT aster and at were waiting Icr Catraania U Totir- iaine 10, 30, llappahan- ncc's 1C, 29, Tte Uranium line was without di- nooninn 59 KroMiantl 00, Grcssjr ct inlotmatlon MnctrnlBS the loss Kuetfust ]05, Seydliti 36. Total reel of the steamer Vollurno to nine o'clock this morning. LBTMURIDGC.ALBLHTA r other 'members of Uie board ol diroc ors pronounced tbe fair a succe froni standpoint. They are contemplating _ makin other arrangements for another yea adrrittancp fees were charged tb year, tliero being no enclosed ground and the spectators the races the many outside visitors' tiiought too much of a good thing to g Capt. Harry's report continues "I program of sports, and a view of such a commendable display of produce and without having to donate something. Hut it Is likely that "they 'will be asked for this dona- The Lfmberlcst Camp Scene from the new musical drama, "Freckles" founded on the popular book cf the came name by Mrs. Gene Stratton-Porter. Sherman Theatre, .Saturday evening, October 18th. Seat sale now open theatre box office. Lcffingwcll. General purpose Dugler. Filly, or foal, two years Dnnnet DanneL Brood mare and two Runton. Best mule J. Qulon, MUk River. i Driving outfit, J. Qulnn. Driving outfit, Mlaenol. Ladies' Eiagle Napp, saddle Mis- enol. Boy'B saddle Dean. A. 'McKerchcr, OlclP, acted as judge of Uie Pumiinins Robert Esgicson, Cabbage Mrs. Kupp. Tomatoes JIr3. tn. Milhoim. Cijcurahers M. E. Mahgta. A. Schwandt. K. ID. Clarke. (Cereals) Uushel fall wheat Warren Ikes. tlalf lushel Marquis H. J. Qutnn, WhitforJ, brown Leghorns; J. Leghorns, and M. E. Manx in. Tiic succcEEful crliibiicrs. In the turkeys, ducks and geese classes were: Gust Kuapp, bronze turkeys J. Luker, turkeys; C. R. HaJc, I'ekln ducks; Mrs. M. Toulouse geese, and R. Eagleson, guinea fouls. Hal! bushel Red Peter- son, Dayton. the. lion next year, when the directors liopn "to a turnstile in operation. 1 J 1 thc Ptfscr ot "1C Volturno that had received from Hotterdam a list numhcr fn ,ta( .01 16 ol the cabin passengers. Tde scl whrn Eailcl) 2, cabjn ot YcgeUible list follows: IJunm aged a3 ,nflliing a lotal'hcrc was, as nt Taber, nn clhlbit of ii'J.er V- VM 657'" Northwestern Dent Corn, owned nnd frarber, 13, Jonn jj f rricoa c t BaTr Vollorno ;urs "Tliccrcw i laiECtl by Wttorf. saved by the! Thg grains fmd'grasss are ready to bjrive a port- rRtt roarlo your t street or 'olniilflry treatment. CMie be had nt our tforc only bos. Ask for our free booklet sliips arc I'rariian anil cllo, all ply between Kfw Yor'J ornl j J. D. ItlBlnbolhnm C.o, Uroitcd anil return Ifom Kol- i l-4llibri3t6. Alberla Yearling fiily or U Gra- hara. 1 Qtiarler bushel potatoes, pink W. Two-year-old filly or gtlding John M. Peters. Hcrty. P. McKay. Team In Camplien. (Asrfeullurn! Hones) .Brood mare wl'h Dnnr.el. Yearling filly or M. Hale. Tiro-year-old fllly or S. Dry J. Motedtlo. llros. Team in J. Kour team and ,1, MosoJale. Brood mare and'lwo A. W. -M. Peters also "won first In table carrots, .3 heads cauliflower and belt collection of vcgelablei. Uruntcn won first in purpla buncli onions, 3d, any v let; 6 turnips anil nittort .look Urtla in 1J mips itjjar beets, tftbto beeU, celery and fltld coro. Hcrroin -Ilolio won first In OtUer eluses and their .winners R. Wyan- C. McCabcr' b-iiT Orpingtons; 'rank Switzcr, white Lcglioriis; S. clever house- A wife, who consideri the pleasure and welfare of her family, particular pride iu die coffee she serves, It is usually Chase