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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October THE LETHBRTDflE DAILY HERALD 'THE Working Man that desires Suit value in the way of a good looking sturdy Suit will he greatly interested in the excellent Suits we are showing for Fall at" and Special in Men's Furnishings FOR FALL Men's Fleece Underwear. 50c Heavy Ribbed Wool Underwear 75c Heavy Ribbed Wool Underwear Stansneld s Reef Label Underwear, Sweater Coats, Puces to Winter Caps, Fur Bands, 75c up. Working Gloves, 50c up Sheep Lined Coats up. MEN'S FALL DVERGOIITS Prices to The -home of the Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoes Prices to McKelvie McGuire LETHBRIDGE FREAKS TELEGRAPHIC; BRIEFS Bifised is (be. he IN MEN'S WEARING APPAREL.TOO RELEGATED RAH-RAH'AND GAMBLER STYLES ARE' BARRED Chicago Ocl AIC to IK emancipated from sti Irs (hit j no place except upon Hie .vaudeville stage or. Hie cnllcftc campus'. The Customs Cullers' Association, now in convention here, has firmly passed sentence of death upon tliesn freaks .Skin-tight English garments which vetiuirc a shot1, horn and talcum rkin iLiirl a monkey wucticli to button. '-'Mother (hibbarri" overcoats, tlic,, Ipo.spyfil'f'ing ufTnirs that, afford- ed shelter for'.many .deformities. irnitsers, (bat atrocious ab- ominution which -resembled skirts at jibe top nmi the egs of turned up hull-way to the at'a 'Jafo distance, i I I nglisTi cqits I County Judge Deroche, of BeMevillc, j a.; man'si sl.toi'Mricfs tn slope frnnvhis has reported (hat there vva-3 no con- cars to his nnklcs in unbroken lines. or improper procedure involv- I Coats .with oblique pocknts manv flaps and buttons. All ffarmrnts of the rah-rah 'bier nr hoodlum type. eil in the lax sales of city lands i 'tigaicd some time ago. All "loud" colors and coiiitiiiiations, lindded jihotilriers which malte. anv .shrimp of huniariiiy rrsrmblc a prize fighter HANDLED LOT OF WHEAJ. Oct. Cnnnclian Pacific and Canadian OneshnG HaniGlin. jiilot in charge of the vessel Chieftain, which collided with the Hero, off Quebec, with a loss of four lives, h-au been ronsured bv the Dominion- Wreck CqmmitjsioKcr, while the captain has jpc.ndcd for live yea'vs for having cur- ried seven yersoiiS in violation of his Hcensu. .-V man who boasts of his virtues them hantMKl over two million hush- lte Lr.vinff (o sirictrRck your utten- els of wheat through' liere for head frPm leal 'character nf the record for (he'season. Many an innocent youth lias taken The Canadian Northern -.has two hnshelB 'in 'utqVflgo, nt Arthur waling boats. are not available.' RUNAWAY TEAM TRAMPLED CHILDREN HURRAH FOR COLORADO SPRINGS Finest Special Train That That Ever Left West- ern Canada Tomorrow afternoon at four'o'clock Hie special train bearliiR tire delegates 'rom Western Canada to Colorado Spring-3 will leave Utlibrldge on what is generally conceded to bo one of Ib'e finest trains which ever travelled out of this part of Canada. The excur- Fion promises to be oift of the best lu the history of the country, and who are going are assured of a good time from the moment they step on the train here until they Blep off on their return on Monday morning, -Oct. at 6.30 o'clock. Five sleepers, two diners; a first chins day coach and a baggage car will compose j the train.'which all h-a ly 'lighted: Hi the mountains on the return journey' an open-topped obser- vation coach will be added in order to give tha-pussangfers every oppor- tunity to view, the- beautiful scenery along the The. stops which have been arranged E-anver, Saifc Lake Cit.y''and other .points of note along the route, have been so planned as to give tho cxcursipn'iai'j even- chance to see all places' of interest. Special excursions will 'be run from Salt Lake SaU Air Beach, .where 'th'a most, beautiful lake in Utah may be-seen, Fred.-W.-'pbwrier, who is in charge of the trai-n, states that' be has still a few reservations, y.nd anyone wish- ing to go and taalp boost Lethbridge and Sunny Alberta should apply to him as soon possible. He wishes to have the train completely filled, and he promises that anyone who takes advantage of mis opportunity' to Colorado Springs, the gi'aat pleasure resort of the west, wil'i never he sorry tha--l ra made the Lethhridge the help of every- one who can possibly go in order to land the Dry Farming Congress for Lethhridge in 1912, and no one should miss this opportunity of do'i-ig some- tliing' which is bptinu to redo.und very maiGrially to the ci'odit of this pro-, vince, and of the whole Canadian west. LACOp SMON WAS BLOWN UP Trunk Loaded With Explosives, Exploded After Being Unloaded From Train -Baggagertian Dies From In- juries Received (Special to The Herald.) the earth beneath, (t has not been Calgary, Oct. of thai yet ascertained whether it was dyna- nost serious and at the wine time m.Ite "1'ro-glycerine, as it was dark when the accident occurred and a fire accidents that ever out afterwards the C.P.R.'S DEMAND ON CALGARY the province of Alberta, took place hint night HI Lncombe when the Canadian Pacific Railway station totally destroyed by a serious explosion, the reason for which is a deep mystery. Baggageman Maclcod .was probably fatally Injured and little hopes tire being held out for recovery. The Bxprew, which leaven Calgary at 13 o'clock piillod into Ljicombo at 17.30 o'clock and a. number of tmnka wore taken off the train. After the train had left the elation theae trunks were taken into the baggage room as usual. Talcing one of trunks off the truck one of the baggagemen threw It on the floor when at the same moment a fearful deafening' ex- town fire brigade had a busy time of it, tor -A fey minutes. Had the acci- dent happened a few minutes before, t.Jie loss of life might have been ser- foiiB as the train had only left the elation shortly before the explosion' occurred and there were fully 500 peo- ple on the platform when, the train arrived. E, G. Macleod, whose legs were badly shattered, taken -to the town hospital where all the local doctors did their best to save his life, though little hopes are held out for his recovery. The police were quickly on the scene, but owing to the darkness and confusion they were able to find out but little. The question that is per- plexing tho police is whether the ex- plosion occurred completely shatter- plosion was designed to kill or ing the baggage room the main station. Tfn explosion was first in an upward i and wrecking I Intended for use by a ie effect of the Baggageman prospector. Dead Lacombe. .Alta., Oct. 13. P. Macleort the roof being completely torn jthe 0. P. R, baggageman who in- off, then suddenly the walla fell downjjured in the explosion at tbe n an outward direction arid the ex- plosive, whatever it was, then struck through the floor and buried itself In here last night, died at, a quarter' to elx Mils morning Another man who wa-3 injured is getting along nicely. WORLD WAS NEVER BETTER the people better. Many ordaii- ed he feared were "invisible on wei and incomprehensive on days." Than it is Today, Says a Prominent Methodist Layman DUFFERjN LIBERALS JUBILANT Enormouj Conservative Majority Reduced by One Orangeville, Oct. to the views of .Mr. George B. former town councillor, and son of Mr. p. B. Brown, defeated Liberal candidate in thv recent Dominion el- Ccaions, .toe dawn of the nitll-enninm will .fjnil Dnffei'in county still Con-' Toronto, Oct. interest lie KctimeniC'Jl conference' '.vus lewed Ink morning while the 'Larxo'servativte. Jse of Lay was discussed. I "Conservatives are in all ov- Sir Robert Perlts was cr 'this said young Mr. Prof. S. G. Atkins, P.H.D., of South Brown, to Tbe the other iarolina (colored) spoke on "The Lay- day, "and on -election day they swarm- eii out of the swamps of.Miilmiir and like bees and mosqui- men's Movement" lie 'showed the great influence of men in all tho large! religious movements of modern tim- es, such as the Y. M. C. A. As -.1 result 1 of their work the ediio.itiona! tone of .What, was the real majority fig- tho church had been hefted. The pray- D- lhc 5onswas Medicine Hat, Oct. Whilst, a numher of school children were' parading the streets ai noon a, team of hor- ses attached to 'ChanilvorlRin'a dray took frisht shout-, inff'and rushing into their midst trampled them under feet, five of them being fnjiired and one In Return for C P. R. Big Order for the City Calgary, Oct. session with the city council this morning, V. Peters, of the C. P. H., announced that in re- turn for locating its shops here, the company would ask the (Vity for a. perpetual agree- ment binding itself to bear the cost of all subways and all level or overhead crossings for all lime to come. SUPREME COURT Behind Hex closed doors the. rase of spirit had been cultivated. ..He referred to the lack'of interest taken n this movement, by the race, lie thought it party due to the fact, that "men's meant white men, welcome" meant only white men. He s-aw many, signs of. improvement among the; lie- roes. Mr. Norman Snrgeanf, of, England, said there had been many pessimistic notes '.struck but lie 'believed there jnever was a lime when the world was j hotter ihan today. The g6od old tim- es he thought was a fiction. The boat time is now. He also handed out a well trimmed bouquet for the Toron- to prc'is for their hospitable welcome. He I bought the press W.-is lever Vle.inr ?r than toduy. ile wanted to see the Hiymen doing more preaching in the open air. In the discussion Geo. Royals, K. C., Bedford, Kngland, president of the lay preachers' 'old ihe confer- ence that local preachers supplied SlIliO pulpits in KngKind every week. If .hey sot one dollar for every sermon t would cost tbe per vear. K. Skinner, local preacher nf .ondon, said: "Tho local preacher is! the bulwark of Protest a nti'jm. in 'They sny it ivas l.HU." "What it. against J. N. Fish, the v'ifitini in "1 think it was At any rate I wrote a tei.ler to Mr. FlGh, who is now-in the Weal., informing him of ifc'j'-re'siiit. T him that no doubt be could easily remember.' the pot'-1, mortem held in Iris last election returns in puffcrm werj being received, and further informed Ii'im that by dint of perfect organ- ization on the part of "the .Reform-As- sociation of had manag- ed to reduce the majority by one." "After lliiit crash in con- tinued Mr. Brown, "the only place ;I Imagine wh'-sre'ther-a'ls n Grlt.major- iv is in Heaven, certainly not in 'Duf- ferin.'1 During the campaign. Mr. Brown, jr., did yeoman for Air. Brown, sr., hut it, was all for nau.sht. Bllll, mitt. THROWN FROM HiS HORSE Barrio, Oni.. Oct. McLaren, major of the "A" of the Missiasauga Light Horse, I rom his hori'o on his way n'oni "Ending a gathering nt versus Dawson, in which James Ho stays the rising tide of SneatliH in Vnspra last mghl. ion. generally, known as Irl Daw- jcrdoutlisrii. He stands for the voice i' 'le other ..members ot tne party left siands charged with buying com-jof God spaikiny to the in ulight advance of Major ,Mc- FELL OPF HIS HORSE Chas. 0. Dawson was brought to .eri rape on an girl, IJlC- is 'being tried JmJgo Ilarvey in thc Supreme Court. The jury em- j__ p.ine'ilud on the case c. Sy- I dal. Huchan, R. Anderson, A. Ihouslii, the L. P.'s W. Caiv-dron and ;1. Thor- n young widow by the hand, and prat-j the Gnll. Hospital from Coutts a "ed of love, in n spirit of fun, only to days ago suffering from an injured find hhrigclt facing the parson 'her later. spin ft received horse. falling from his T. llnot, burn. At-the session of the court yaster- nftcrnson tho cuc'o of U'illlam I Xoi'tbam, n fanner living neur -the jf'ity, c.ime up fur consideration. He j had been summoned as a juror to appear in court, at in o'clock Tues- day morning but did not do Chief -luaticc Han'ay v.'ill issue a bench warrant for him and ho will have a-i opportunity of e.vplninlng why lie did not show up. j .John Chapman, for fifty-five years a in w dead, agnl 73. REBELS TAKE THE RAILWAY STATION I'cliln. Oct. advices rnrotvcd Iiorn lodny slalc Hint rnliel orciiplRfl si liil'. and relinls liavo inivon of nilhvn.v slnlion. Tlio allied foreisn niarinos Iiavp Inndrd a-ul arn itrotect- Rig rnrolpn concessions. has Why the Suit We Make Has Class STl'JtY.yom- pcrsoiurlily can-ii jiiid we cut.'your l.o .snil i In ud use1 rubrics of "Spcciiil wliicli HIT ('.xclusivcly for inurclihiif hiilors iind which can he found ON'IA in I jiilor-niiidc clol lies. Ridpath t'ash TaihM- Hull Block. Tliird ;