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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October TOE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THOUGHT IT WAS mm o Tsriwtt if DOLEFUL PICTURE Of SYDNEY MINES, N.S., JAN. jsth. ijii 1 suSered lafture fiom Indijwlloa Tvio vtars ago. vral Mi bid llut J vomited food !n'tlie between GernUny the chanttlior. and tr.e test la- lhe latter' country, lor iijust be drawn to the- land by a 'cticall lhe real living ivage, shoiUr hours and I hoirics, and produce and the prospect ol ultimate- ly attaining small (arms. Experts, said, must he- provided to in- icrt time cisity ot IN 'THE FORES-Tv... Two Icavea clunj.tc..f'.naple One was little, the other The little one haled tho world, And Into a'-seltlsh scroll'It.curled.' Tjl cti.eat tbe tail, with 'a frown; breeze In the forest can.bloF'nie down.'-'- But It'f lew. In' i from 'jtisjen- ,v der ..'i'-JiV The mine ol the little leaf T.u_3elf. The big leaf lived In riotous JoyV' And pjiyed with the hippy boy.' It gave each zephyr a fond caress Till it'got from the wind a crimson A crimson .dress edges ol gold, Like the-robes that were worn by the Vln'gs of old. .'_ i And, a king, It dropped from the twig above! For the name of-the crimson leaf was Ixive. F. KIRK. jirs. J..G Robertson will receive for the first time this'season on Wednes- day afternoon. MIEB Gladys Croniblte, ot lledlcine JIat, Is of.weeks with 'MissBonnelL'1 Mr. Arthur Barnsley lelt today, on a visit to Calgary. The Weather To-day is not very suggest- ive of tory. The Driiish fleet, he said, .is of ne- ,r sain, must ne- prouueci ID vcssily scattered all over Ihe world .Ini-f-thB cultivator, facilities givenJand llritish warships built with a ,_ view-to n vide steamine h'm to market his produce cheaply, f-.-.A an end put to tlic MhUV certain railways gire undue lucfrrcr.rc tb foreign1 pioduct. view -to a V'Me steaming which means giving up a good deal ol room anJ weight to boil" space and coal buqVcra.- On the oiher hand, be built with practically one object in view, wai with' has been built for operations in home waters, which steaming radius, more room weiglit for .guns'.and-armour. Cernian ships with 11 Inch giins ar. heavy armour are more than1 equal t .continued, and greater given to state lo acquire on terms lair to Ihe coniinwiity as well', as- to the owner. Chancellor' Lioyd'George concluded with" the promise that "Powerful Ironi by legislation, poses and to, put then) into effective oiu rat foil.1 "I ahor is Buffering an., inadequate UT.-rvthc tenant larmer is suffering froi.-''ha'u'eqiiate equity, and'a.tenant in ti.-.vns is being oppresstil by tryan- i..j. J l.A'NSDOWN'E'a HOLICV With regard to Unionist land .re-, trrin problem, he said "What is Ihe plan oi Lord Lans- dc.v.ix? Well, I'll tell you what it is. Mote money for the landlords.'1 Lord Lansdowne says "Yes, hous; is cro are deficient, it li tii-c. H is an obligation on those who own land to b'Jild and repair and 1ft you transfer that obligation lo Irxiaycts." "Tills is the idea o! reconciling pri- v.-.tr interests wiih the public.'.' It is significant of tremendous is- tvps involved in is lermeU tbe hr.d problem that one .cannol turn ovtr "the pages of any >lrs.'Scott, of Toronto, formerly ol Paisley, Ont. her daughter, Campbell nid Is en route to .Vancouver, where she will visit her son, Rev.'-R. C. Scott.' Mrs. Glass, and children, ot M'acleod. were guests over tbe week-end with Mr: and Mrs. J. H. Fleetwood.''- They will, return.npme. on .Wednesday Mr. A. D. Morris underwent an oper- ation at the Gall Hosplfal'tjiday for -Mrs. Grant Torpnto, man cruisers at liberty in the Atlan- J. P. GRAVES RETIRES FROM ACT- IVE WORK AFTER YEARS .OF CARRYING BURDEN Spokane, Oct. carrying nvir ttie pages oi any htrc without, finding som'e- relcrence part ol. the- burden oi the 1.1 Kcntral'niicontciil with corporalion eve-r conditions. In Lancashire .faimcr 't was organized in 1899, .lay ..rtrs arc'engaged in a struggle fot P.. Graves, for years Mr uefmite'improvements. Demand a and general manager, ol .the- Granby wage'of lour shillings a day, half. a Consolidated Mining, Smelting., and Parochial association this even- ing. A programme wlH'be- rendered end refreshments served. The Christian of 61. An- drew's church win hold a conspcra tlcn meeting tomorrow night. 9 f f TSie Aid of St. Andrew's church meeli with Mrs. While, on land, Iran which lie is being divorced. uoiitive board. Failing health is'assigned by Mr. Graves as the reason lor his relin- quishmwt of the management, but he sllll retains the; posit Ion ol vice-pre- sident and will be actively 'associated with the company'iii an advisory ca- padity. Ucs aid to keep from galling nilled.. OWEN SOUND MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER Dot., O'ct. Dirragh, ol Owen Sound, IB under arrest here charged with having thrown Charles overboard from a launch' in Colpoys, on Mondr.y evening, wblle out flihlni. Jones was drowned, and his body lisi not neon recovered. Tho Inform- ation was Uld by Thomas Finning, who was alio In the launch. Mrs. Watson. 'Mrs. Is the guest of and Mrs. WaUon for the'week-erid. Oalgary Herald: SftnilerhEtye a very charming luncheon yesterday for Mrs.'Eby, of.Toronto, and Mrs. Wilson.. of Lelhbrtdge. The .other gucets were Mrs. Jephson, J..H. Woods. Haton, Mra Mrs. Turner-Boric 'and Mrs Orogan. The table was extremely pretty, centred with.a yellow chrysanlheimiroe, and smaller vaset at each corner ind glass boats contain- ing the same bloom. The name cards were dainty souvenirs ANNOUNCEMENT RE PRICE OF MILK Mrs. T. F. Klrkhnm and Mrs. Stan- ley Kirkham were Xept Ing the many friends -who called dur Ing the twilight hours on Saturday afternoon, when they were at formally for tho first, time this sea- son. Golden chrysanthemums lent a bright note of color. Mrs, McKIIIon J poured tea Uie viands being served by Miss Edra Smith and Miss Marcella Lalferty. HUERTA'S DESPERATE Mexico City. President lluerta's 'coup last be rid himielf'ln a apecUc- of bodies himself dictator of the Mexican Re- public, .has left the city today in a state of tense TJio dissolution of-tha National con- gress was not In polltlcarclrclcs, but'tbe manner of Us accomplishment served to d.emon- slrate the lenstbs lo. which the ejecu- tlvo-was prepared to go to maintain ils grasp, upon the .administration af- fairs! of the nation. The capital was alive with rumors this morning, one ol them'belng to tho effect that three deputies arrested last night, who were.rnost active in pro- moting the clash with; Huerta, hSTO disappeared. This report was not giv- en much credence. ..President lluerta, on hearing the arrests'were made, had given his.word that none ot .the don- harmed, EMMELJNE ONjVll'lNY DEEP Havre, France, Qct Em- mollno Panlthurst, militant sul- iraglsl, left here today for New York, oii board Provence; Owing to the increased cost, of .pr.o- duption, it'was decided at a meeting of the dairymen la.st week that it will be necessary to raise (.he price of milk from 12 quarts for SI.00 to 10 for -81.00 ,after Ootohor 15t.li. Cl-USS AND SOCIETIES The Brotherhood of St. Andrew'ot Bt. Cyprian's Church meets-tomorrow evening. Wecley Mission nand will meet In (he church on Wednesdsy'afternoon al .4.15. t "Literary Gems from the wjll be ttio. Riibjcct al tho .Wcs'tm'inster Guild of Knpx churbh this, evening. All young people are cordially InTlted. i f f: hiember and adherent of St. Chuiih Is Curing Husbands Of Drink: you worn out and dlscournged trying lo get them sober and keep tr.om that 'way Do they promise thoy will slop nnd then go out.and gel drunk again? Do you realize they do not deceive you and themselves be- ca'ise the? .are wilful.but. because they aro, polscr.otl, with aicohql and cannot resist the -Craving for .drink. You wives of'drinking men have sober, tons If you will send them fo tjte'Ncnl Institute. The Heal Treatment.IS.a safe sure vege- labte remedy lhat-.will remove, the craving for drink" three days with- out the use.of.hypodermic. Injections, and "restore your.husband or sort to and usefulness'. 'Call at the NEAL INSTITUTE, 820 -.West, Caljary (Continued Prom Front Page) After describing.the rescue of the German, Wa.lter. Trintepohl, the only survfvor taken on. board the Carmanla, tbe bulletin proceeds that the hope of avlng any more of those on board the VoUarno had been almost abandoned, when the sea suddenly moderated, and he fleet of rescuing ships was able to get away a numVr of lifeboats and take off- all the survivors.' Captain Inch" left bis vessel at 8 o'clock oh..Friday morning, carrying" with him aii the'sblp's papers.- Story from Rescue Ship On Board the North' German Lloyd Steamship Grosser Kurfurst, At Sea (by to Cape Oct. 13 With one hundred-and-five survivors q'n board from the Eteamlbip Vollurno, tlie Grosser Kurfursl is approaching New York. and of. Ihe Grosser- Kurfurst.- witnessed ..some thrilling .icenes jrhen their, 'vessel; called by distress.signals from" the Volturno, (irrlved In herivicinity., Wo found the -.VoHurno burning (iercely, 'an_d the .crew-, gers helpless-in: the heavy seas. -It learned ulreiess metsages from flainlbg vessel 'thst the fire had been stirled by an eiplosloti in the' forward hold at seven o'clock, on Thiirsqay niorning, ship's time. Wllii'the arrival of' tie Grosser Kur- the flames in tie hold of the Volturno veire'leaping eighty feet in Ihs air, through the" hatchways. It was learned that fifty or inore of tie, Vollumo'a crew and steerage passen- gers bad-teen tilleil by tho explosion and the fire. Six-tioats were lowered Immediately afterward from tho Vol- tumo'8. davits. Three ol them, Bllll against the ves- sel's side. One' boat, with forty pas- sengers on board, overturned while being launched, and all were lost, the others, with from silly to eighty pas- Ecngefs on board, got away, but parently we're, lost In the mountainous seas'. Greil Work by Wireless Aito'gctber.- lirelva liners were broughl by the wireless distress slg- nals-wltbin hail of the VoHurno. The Cunsrd liner was the tirst of these. at about IS o'clock noon; then followed the' Sideylltr. the Grosser Kurfurst, the kroonUnd, the New York, the Devonian La Tquriine, the Narragan- sell, the jrinneapollV, the Asian, Ihe Raphannock.arid Iho Czar. The sea'wai running too high to al- low tho taking off of the Vqlturno'? passengert when the voxels came on the During the day time the flames from the'bold of the Volturno were kept more or less under control, hot about nlno o'clock 'on Thursday nlghl the fire reached the cbalbunkers, and It was found necessary to close the bulk- head. The pumps thereupon were un- able lo work at full' pressure, and the ilamea broke put through the entire forward part of tbe vessel. At twenty drvy night another explosion occurred on the Volliirno and caused a panic among her aes'pahrnS passengers and Ci'OW. Fliw Reecue Work ___apparatus on board bis vessel, but I continued lo fight the-fire, end at seven o'clock-In the evening made a perilous trip to the Grosser Kurfursl. Tvilh three others from ihe Vqiiilrno. The llttlo craft was sinking when she was picked up by one of the lifeboats from the.Grosser Kurfurit. The total number of those' saved Is believed to be 523. A Heroic Deed London, OcU last message received by the.Carmania from the commander of the doomed .steamship Vnlturno, before ho abandoned. the burning vessel was as follows: "Cannot something to help us? We must abandon the ship. Her plates arc buckling. 'Stand close, as wo may have to Jump for it1' Ciptaln Francis Inch handed this lo the wireless operator ol tho VoHurno Government Promised to .Protect (Continued From Frrjat The last amendment 'is designed lo make any moneys compensated to a victim of injury during the time he is disabled, apply oa the compensa- tion granted to his dependants in case ot death. H'orkingmen all over the province will welcome the news that these 'pro posed amendment! will receive the sanction of the gov- etnnient.at the expense of their pro- Mr- 'Jones, also' toot steps to de, l' a raging furnace from funnel to fore-, castle. t The rescue of the only-passenger taken on board the Carmanla, Walter Trintepohl, was'effected by a gallant seaman of the Carmanla's crew. .His name is Helghway.- He saw that the efforts of three who were trying to teach the raan struggling In the water from haheini! down the.ship's fide was useless'; so be dived from the upper deck-of the Carman'la and at- tached a life -line lo the: exhausted swimmer. The British cruiser Donegal.was de- spatched today from the west coast of Scotland to destroy the; blazing dere- lict VoHurno. to 'eliminate tlic necessity o! giving v.-as 'deemed advisable to stop such a bill.'as'H would er.cour'aje the credit systerii "among Ihe workers, which the Federation were 'endeavoring to dis- courage. The premier's assurance'.that'irort- ingirien' would-be protected in con- Isfr'uction of tho A.' t'Q. W., as re- I thp. annlicntinn nf .the minimum act, and arrangements' for'rneill- al.care, was another a', the results f.Mr. Jones' trip to Edmonton: He. accompanied by Ihe enl of the Federation, Jlr. B. Vick- rage, of Medicine Hat. Rooms for Teachers. HUDSON'S BAY-.CO.'S ROSE IS .SAFE JN. ITS Oiii ,0pt Hudson's Bay company -.tug plys on Tietwten Fort Chippewjon and.-.Fpm Uu Lac, ycEterday'-t.ep.ottcd sixteen souls, is, .accQrdlng': itH Hudson's Bay company's rf is I rijtidf-- flces in ICdmonton'-'dutlng the J of. A. F. Fugl, on the'teach, it, Fort McMurray, been drawn up loi the The boat on" pears', hnd broken her and was forced to put hack.lo-For.d.-pu Lac.- .This, llbdlijsson says, gave lumor that the boat was re- pairs to the slemati .'she. le's'uraed her journe-y, and ,'on. September .28 was safely up. intp whiter quarters. This r.'I.nTorination. .was brought down to.Slr'. by a Mr. Craig, of Esseiy.'and company ol the routh side, ivrio ariiytd'in Ed- monton.this morning.1- -.It-is eipected'-that- about-one hundred and riUy.'tpachera from outside Points .te in atlen- 'dince 'at'-the cbm'enl'oa' here this weeV.''VThe'Joca1 cobmlUee" co-operation In 'se-J ..accbmmocjat'.biv If you. h rive "rooms yoii VVould rent for "Thursday and.FVld.sy, kinfilv notify at once. W." Superintendent 'of CUy Schools Reildinee" -Cfficft, Imperial ;0khestra OPEN FOR DANCES COMINti r '--r. Heck.'' (i .'Ail latest, and popular mutlc. :-..'.'.--j.-- For particulars Telepbo'ne 1657' P. 6V Ltllibrldge; The Grosser Kurfurat launched three toals, and rescued thirty-two ffrtor.S'who had washed info; Ihe One of the rescujog lifer; boils -KM out for six hours, nctrlr lost..... All those remaining on'board the Voltorno cibwijed .together at-tbe. at- ler end of'the'vessel, and were taVen off safely after Uaybrtak on Friday. Second of tiirno was one. of'the'lieroM o( Uie disaster. HA fell from a height-of feet jrirfle the and; GOSY ROLlM RINK OPENS AT; 7.30 ;