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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiimliiy, October 15; 1012 THE 3 fLY ITEKALU Page 7. SIR DONALD PREDICTS I TIE UP _____ u wGrain Congestion this Year Worst in History Says C.N.R. Magnate Toronto, Oct. that there -bo'n 'bail grain congestion in iVe torn CJunaoV was given out for .lip lirst time by Sir Donald .Mann, vim rota-rued yesterday afternoon rom a three-weeks' trii) to Jhe coast, ilr Donald said that there wa: loubt but that there would bo ;t great in all llio grain (trowing ,11-ovlucen. He had seen thirty-three larvcsts in the West, but that there never 'been as large a ono in the ilstory of the country as this year. The coming congestion, Sir Donald mid. was not the fault ot the rail- j bowevor, but was caused by tbe nclement weather that had prevailed the past month, and which bad uitod in so many storms as to nice it an. Impossibility 'for tho far- to eltbor thresh or bill-vest their ;cioi This will mean thai the crops be tin-own on the railways in i short space that it will be iiiip'oa- Sf Bible for them to move the grain without causing a severe congestion. The railways have novor been in fs better position to handle tha crops II an they are this year, but owing to RAILROADMAN DEMENTED CRANK SHOT HAD TO LAY OFF Until Hi Took 6IN PILLS "I have been a Pullman conductor OH the C. P. R. and Michigan Central for the last three years. About four years I was h'icl up with Intense groin, awry sore back, and suffered most severely when I tried to urinate. I treated v.'ith my family physician for two months for Gravel In The Bladder but did uot receive any benefit. About that lime, I met another railroad mnn who had been similarly affected ond who had been cured by GIN PILLS, after having been given up by a pro- ttiinciit physicians who treated him for Dialjetes. ,He is now running tin the road and is perfectly cured. He strongly advised me to try GIN PILLS which I llie result that the pains left uie euiireiy." FRANK S. IDE. 6 for Sample free if youwritcNalional Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. 137 EDMONTON DOCTOR GAVE MUNIFICENT GIFT TO ERECT HOS- PITAL IN CONNECTION WITH CHINESE MISSION Toronto, Oct. The West China Educational union, comprising the Methodist Church of Canada the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United Slates, the American Baptist AT COL ROOSEVELT 0- Bullct Made Slight Wound in Created at Mil- waukee or feel any concern over my own, death. Now 1 would not speak to you insincerely witliin live minutes of bn- iiiK .shot. "1 am telling you the literal truth when' I llmt my concern is (or many other thinss. H is not in the leapt for my own lire. "I. want you to understand that am ahead of the game anyway. Not many have had'a happier life than I Milwaukee, Out', sensation' have bud, a happy life in everyway, of the presidential campaign was sup- 1 have lieon able to do curtain things piled here last when Col. I greatly wished to do anil 1 lioosevelt was shot by an apparently, am interested in doing other .things, demented man. The hullcl entered can tell jou .with absolute truth- tho 1ml made only a slight fulness that 1 am, very much unin- flesh wound., The Colonel delivered a forested in whether 1 am shot or not. speech before an imnmise luiVueMc .It iva's just .as ivlien I Culoiit-l at anil wan "afterwards hurried to the my regilnent, 1 always felt HIM a when the doctors probed for private was to he excused for feeling the hullet i at limes some pangs o! anxiety about The would-bo assassin was James safety, but 1 cannot James Sebtaiik, 870 Bast 10th "slicel, fi; to York, and is undoubtedly memo of a spiritualistic meeting with cx-i'resident McKiuley, who charged Hoosevqlt with being his murderer and calling for revenge, lie also hart a strong indictment oi mt'n seeking third terms and it-It called upon to vindicate his nation's honor by ex- p'ay any heed to his personal safety a when he is occupied as he ought to be occupied with the absorbing desire to do his duty. Cause Comes First "I am in this cause with my whole heart and soul; 1 believe in the Pro- gressive movement for the betterment of mankind, the mo meat- -for making life a lot easier thf> Kilns, -they are unable to make any movo as yet." said Slr.Donald. iMUNRO FERGUSON A ViE FOUND IN. CANADA'S FEDERAL ,V SYSTEM ONE TO BLOW. ABOUT u London, Oct.. Right Hon. Ferguson, who has recently f ictinned from Canada, has 'been advo- Jcatiug all-round Home Rule for the j TJiltl h' Islos as the only means of t ioice, ociety of Lrienda of nis also seems to have aflcctcd the man's mind. Col. Roosevelt's life prohably was tile manuscript which retarded its union ,and the EngiaiHl, the board oE governors of which has 'been sitting in Toronto this week, has outlined the plan for the erection of: a union university in West China, to cost At a dinner given toy the executive committee of the missionary society of the .Methodist Church ot' Canada in honor ot the board of governors, it was nnounced that already munificent aid baa been offered to the project. Dr. H. It. Smith, of Edmonton, a pro- minent .Methodist, has offered for the eroction of. tbe medical build- ing in connection with the projected university. SLEEPY HOLLOW i nsel I Iron the tob as it pasbeu tiirougn was prevented irom lake, the burdens off the man and I especially the women in this coun- try 'who are most oppressed. 1 am absorbed in the success of that move- ment. I feel uncommonly proud in bel.OJiging to that movement. Mends' I ask you now this evening to accept am saying as absolute truth when I tell you 1 an? not thinking of my own success I am not thinking firing a second shot by Albert Martin, one of Col. .Roosevelt's two or" of anything "co'iiutctcd secretaries. Col. Roosevelt had just stepped into an automobile whcn the by would-be assassin pushed liis way K.ajlt lo 'say something very serl- Ihrougli the crowd in the street and Oiis to oul. people and especially to fired. Martin, who was standing in newspapers. I do not know' who 1 am saying wav 0[ introduction because tiie car with the Colonel, leaped onto man was who shot me tonight the man's shoulders and bore him to waa 0( my sten- the ground. i ographeirs, Mr. Martin, nnd 1 sup- Capt. A. 0. Girard, oi Milwaukee, pose is in the hands oj the police who was on the front seat, jumped now. He shot to kill mo. am just almost at the same time and in an going to show you (the Colonel un- instant the man was overpowered and buttoned his coat and vest and show- educing the parliamentary sessions reasonable limits. He suggested t those who are dubious about the tor! ijliesticm of devolution should, .visit the Dominion, and says; There -is tho best Federal system [In the world, witll a strong Dominion Lpgi lature, and equally strong Pro- jincial legislatures. No Canadian look al. a proposition lor CO: etnLrjLtlU'g'the whole of Canadian af- fan in one bouse of parliament, vhtlo unde-r the Canadian system tho difficulties of the'race question do exist. In 'my opinion, nations Sleepy Hollow, Oct. ]3.-The peo- .ico sUll.ioll. 'pic are very busy gathering in their bountiful harvests mid preparing winter which they realize is proaehing, as. they cast their eyes to- waril Sweet Grass liills and view their snow-covered summits. e.l iiis white sliirt badly stained with A wild cry ot "lynch him" went Now friends, I am going to Uj, he as quiet as possible, even if 1 am Col. Roosevelt spoke to the people not able to give the challenge of the and told then! to sp.ire the man, who bull Moose quite as loudly. Now I then was taken into the hotiU don't know who he was or what par- held there until he was removed .to tv he represented. He was a coward. He stood in the darkness in the In spite of tho entreaties of the crowd around the automobile, and physicians Col. Roosevelt insisted on when they cheered me and 1 got up dcfiverinK his address. to bow, he stepped, up and, shot me in die "I will make tills speech iiot Canada 'would not take a real and sustained interest iu our dea power mile s she built and manned her own EhUJ-i." the breast, one or the be said. j .lllames Newspapers The speech was delivered with con-! "It is a very natural ailing that Soind splendid grain crops have siderahlc force, but once or twice the weak and vicious minds should -be been this vicinity. 'ex-president WAS unsleacly and was inflamed to.act so violent by means allj The imfnvorablcncss of the weather urged to quit, but he persisted H in of the ioul abuse that has been heap- caused the threshing to progress speaking. i ed upon me for the' last three months much more slowly than it would otb-1 The Colonel continued Ills speeeli by the papers in the interests noti crwise have done. with increasing eiTort, but only oi Mr. Debs but oi Mr. Wilson] Mr. and Mrs. ,1. L. McKniglit have; he succeeded in making hinrsel! heard and Mr. Tail, Friends, 1 Will dis-j taken up their abode in their new' talked ior more than ail hour, own and repudiate any mau ot my residence "Mayburn Cottage" which. -phen he was rushed to his automo- party who attacks with such vile, was recently liuilt. All join in wish-'Dilc and flashed through the streets foul slander and abuse any opponents WHEREVER you go, you must have clothes that up- hold your dignity and personality. The style arid fit must be perfect, the newest niceties of dress must be in evidence. This is what you get in You get these features in any FIT-RITE garment from a dress suit to outiliE trousers. Best of all, you have the incomparable satisfaction of -always feeling that your clothes arc above the average in appear- ance and yet cost onlf the minimum price. 'it is worth a great deal to any man to ,wcar clothes that prejudice other people in his favor. FIT-RITE clothes do this. BUCHAN, The Men's Man 406 5th Street South Beside Rochon's I facturcrs because lumhrr had be reduced to uniform din.'ensioiiB this constitutes "further and that as a consequence the Inmhet is dutiable On the othet hand, it. intended that the lumber doubled evidence of Mill Men's, Side Ml L'ugene Lafleur, (.0111152! ior the British Columbia Lumbermen, ia-sUp- portmg the judgment of court below said the CAlnhit.1. showed un- furthcr manu- ing them many days of wedded bliss, j (o emergency liospital. of any other party. Mow I wish to. APPEAL FROM COURT AS TO INTERPRETA- OF TARIFF Y.P-A. Sunday evening was cou-j The operating room had been plac- say seriously to the' speakers and tbe! Jlrs. II. Cornwall. Tho'ed iu readiness to receive Col. Roosc- newspapers representing both the re-[ Sun-erne meeting 'was both pleasant and and six ot Hie leading surgeons publican and democrat and socialist-j .Ottawa, uct. in IHahle. Besides the reuular Milwaukee were awaiting his ar- parties Hint they cannot, month iu! Court' today argument ami month out, year in and year m the important case of thi I there was also a duet :liy Miss Grit- rival. nth and Miss M. Lynil, a solo by Col. Roosevelt was undressed and make tile kind of slanderous, bitter ibits produced been dressed on I fuel lire" The uniform edging could EXCHEQUER one side only and that no duty should lie done by the oidinarr sawmill hi: collected, Mr. Hogg iaut some equipment The edging done in a saw- stress on the f.ict that all the wit-1 null is a rough process and would nesses examined in the lower not inept the requirements oi pur- had agreed that whatever process ot chasels of the lumber in question manufacture the lumber should be suL-'The output of an sawmill heard mit-ted to it had been dressed with a I would not have the straight edge re- Foss piano on one side onlv Iqmred tin- hiners Mr Laflcui Tile judge in the ion el court, Mi Rev. Mr. Ciriffilli, and Mr. M. Hillis, piaced upon the operating table, al- and malevolent TO GOVERNOR assaults they have an employee for the Taylor Milling though he insisted that he was not made and not expect that brutal Elevator Co., was present and de-'. hurt and that, the-doctors were and violent characters, especially iivcred two pleasing and appropriate recitations. I CONGRATULATE YOU ON THE FINE SHOWING OF YOUR CADETS _ lldlan Head, Sask.; Oct. The jCnke of Comiaught received today the lollowing cable from the Governor- Ccneral of the. Commonwealth of Aus- Nick Xeiser recently purchased a 25 horse power Kumely engine. This I makes live .this vicinity. I Sharp anil Cornwall have been do- ing excellent; work.with their Rumcly threshing outfit, and have already Melbourne, Oct. I have today nspected the Canadian cadets who are visiting Australia, and I congrat- Ti! ite Canada on her young soldiers. Such interchange of visits seems to jne most, valuable, and I hope they m be repeated.'' Iu reply. His lioyal Highness sent tin. following: to bear good impression made by the Canadian cadets and ven glad to have -seen such a good Irah of Australian cadets in Toronto. (Signed) Connnugiu." it too seriously. An examination of the wound jhowed that it had been made by Lumber Co. vs the King and British _ Columbia Lumber and Shingle _Mtg. Hogg said, should take some cogmz- company ancl3 of the uses to which .the lumber 'The question in issue is the con- >n question is put. He did .not think when the brutality is accompanied by' struclion of custom tarin item No. f.l'ould c-ntcr into the not too strong mind, thcv cannot 50-1, granting free importation oi nmatter of a stricter expect tliat such natures will be ira-j "planks, boards and other lumber of hullet oi large size. H eutered the affected by it am not speaking for wool! sawn, split or cut fleshy part of the right half myself at all way between the collar bone and the do not care lower ribs. The physicians iound that they knew no more after the! give you my word I on on rap about my being mann side only, hut Mr. Hogg, in reply to .questions put by the court, admitted that there had been a change in the process of the won. a recommendation, not only in j examination than before as to the one of them, the work line, but. in the hoard as! location of the hullet, and it.was de- try country, well. The cooks as well as the man cided to send for an X-ray machine impress on.our people the duty I feel. are joined or longuert or items (numbers 505 manufacture but that tins should not ,sed dutv on similar npke any mile-rence m. the applica- nt I do care ior is Himher, "planed, or dressed on one o the aw. fte inten- 1 wish I were able, to' or both sides, when tire ends thcrcoi l'on iVi :id shot. I have had a good many exper-j The next turif ir ienccs in my time and this is only' and 50B) impost evidence supported the contention the British Columbia exporteis. It had been admitted in the course o! the trial, he said, that there. is-'no sawmill with a planing equipment, as is required in the manufac- ture or this class oi lumber. gumeni was not concluded when, court adjourned. GIRL KILLED BY AUTO 22 hehind Hie bills deserve credit ior the latter. "Norman Ross had the misfortune to dislocate his ankle one day last week. The many iriends of Mr. Harry Walkiiis are pleased to learn of his convalescence. CARLETON BYE-ELECTION Ottawa, Oct. 'will be is- sued this week for the bye-election in Carleton county, Ont. Nominations will take place 'on October 30, and voting, if there is'any, one week litter. to determine to what depth tho bul- strongly, but to through, sp long as it is planed on peak truthfully oii And on manufacturers let had penetrated. While he was their opponents, i say. now I have: otherwise provided for. waiting for the X-ray machine. Col. never said one word against an op-j. It is contended b.y the appellants Roosevelt sat. bp on the operating poncnt I could not substantiate, and j that they are entitled to free entry table and talked uolitics and joked nothing I ought not to have of planks, etc., dressed on one side with the physicians. land looking back, 1 would, only and also reduced by sawing to on s The X-rav of Col. Roosevelt's not say again." uniform dimensions commonly Thelc "as wound shows that the bullet lodged Shaved Ilefofe Retiring known as "sized lumber.' the chest wall and did not pcne- The Rooseieli special train, In th; exchequer court irate the lumcs. Tbe wound is iiot.waukcc, Oct. H.-Beiore Col. Roose- that "sized lumber" was -iiiriuuL considered dangerous. I vein would lie down he insisted on so as to fit ior lle" l''-" Col. Roosevelt left for Chicago at shaving himself and did so despite ths variety oi purposes in addition ern settlers this class of lumber duty I not frco in order to facilitate the coll- years old. employed at 75 Brunswick struction of their buildings. .It does: avenue, was run down by an automo- not matter, he contended, how many bile on the Kingston road, Saturday, sawing processes the lumber may suffered internal injuries, wh ig in the tariff which .says that this lumber iu order it was held "e admitted duty [ree must. lumber" was "further "f expressed a view that the Exchequer court to giving judgment had gone, outside, the the He was able to walk tin- protests oi the surgeons who accom- p.l assisteii. "I am feeling he The Colonel's Speech The following was Mr. Roosevelt's ha. :cech "I do not care a rap about being shoi, not a said 'Col. Roosevelt in his speech, after he was wounded last night. he began, "T shall to ask you to be as quiet a's pos- sible as I do not whether you fully understand that I have just been shot, but it takes more than that to kill a bull moose. Hut fqrtuu- side Sunday, ately I had my manuscript (holding' op manuscript showing evidence whero the bullet had gone through) so you see I was going to make a long I speech. And (fiends, there's the hole' in it where the bullet went through j and it probably saved the hullet; froni going into my heart. The bul-i let, is in me now, so that I cannot make a very long speech. Hut I will: try my best. And now, friends, want to ial-'c advantage, of this inci-1 lien! to say :is solemn a word of warning as 1 know how to, my' fellow Americans. J-'i'st of a'l !j want Io sny this about myself. 1 have r.lloce'.hrr impitrt'-nt! things in thiali to pay any the ordinary uses of the lumber mere- and, consc- acl- limits oi clause 504 of the Customs panied him- The tram started on a ly circssea on one slow run. It planned to get to qtently was dutiable.' This view is oeui Chicago somewhere near morning, al-; upheld by the British Columbia though the run could be made in less i her and Shingle Manufacturing Co. on than two hours in an emergency. j heh.iii of Canadian manufacturers. i This, he said, should not have been done. This tariff should be ap- plied literally. caused her death three hours Inter (he hospital. DROW.NED .WHILE TROLLING Hamilton, Out., Oct. Smith and George Forbes, son of Capt. .f. Forbes, of the Fire depart- ment, were drowned Sunday night, when a rowhoat in which they were trolling capsized. FIRE IN PORT COLBORNE Port Colbornc. Oct. in the CJreenwoRd blOL'k destroyed a store, occupied by J. E. Ciillcn, a fur- niture dealer, anil for a time threaten- ed tho business district. oC the west. Old folks need something of the kind, find fol- Kx- the LJ-CO Travera Lowis, K. C., for in .1 brief statement said that as both the appellant companies and the Hritish Coiumbtii Unnlcrinen were represenieri the crown wouUi iki l more than submit tie case. Mr. Lewis' statement was ys lows "Like the trial in the chcqutr court, the intervenanis, 'British Columbia Shingle and Mig. Co. have obtained an orticr pern-'il- i ting their formal intervention in the present appeal and the contentions of the appellant cqpnpaur and the imer- vonants accordingly wonM Vc heard I by the court. It, therefore, becomes unnecessary tor the crown to do j more than to submit the- qucsiion in Iconiroversy io the court and allow the appellant company and the in- tervetiants. as being more directly in- rr.ost effective without discomfort. Increased doses r.ot needed. 25c. a box at your fir-jurist's. RilianiJ Orjj and CB. nf Cm: j trresteti own hehaliV' heard, each on their ispl for the of Winnipeg, of the lumber er Brand Underwear ;