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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .ate 12 THE LKTHBRTDOE DAILY HERALD Friday, October Steamship Ticket Agency -i LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. CUB. Hallway Koynl i.'Btwmeni. Canadian Northern Rojal Mill Steamers. Altan Line Royal Mail Steam- While "Star, Montreal, Quobeo 1 Boston, and New York Service, i Cunard Lino, New York, and Canadian Doiuldiou to and Irom Olaigow. Red Star. American line. French Line. Anchor Line. Hamburg America, Holland American. RuBglao American Scandinavian American And. all other trans-Atlantic .Steamship lines. Reduced rail fares ill connec- tion Informiitiou as to arrival and departures of boats of various lines cheerfully eivon. Call or write. S. B. MITCHELL, -Ticket Agent, C.P.R. Lettlbrldji SEND THE YOUNG FOOLS TO CANADA SOME PEOPLE IN ENGLAND HE 'CARD CANADA AS A DUMP- ING GROUND Miss L. Stella Lumbard Teacher of Voice Culture and Song Singing 16, Hull Block Telephone 1536 London, Oct. IS.-Willianl linker, director oi Harnardo's Home, lolu the imperial tradi! commission thai lie strongly favored ('migrating Chil- dren about seven years of age, so that they might grow up Canadians from cliiiilhoo'd. Canada onercd chil- dren better chances than South Af- rica or Australia, he said, and could absorb all they could send. The light in which some pruplc re- garded Canada as an emigration field :s shown liy an incident yesterday at the jetty sessions at Wakefleld, York- shire. Two brothers charged with rauii, were hound over on the under- standing that their uncle would send them hack to Canada, whence they came, "ft was the best way to get of the two young the Bench said, and 'hoped the prisoners would be carried on to Canada im- mediately, for it would be better for England. GOOD MOVE BY LABOR DEFT RICHILIEU NOMINATIONS Sorel, Oct. were darle at. noon today for chs bye-elec- Uon in the county of Rlchtlieu. Tins Conservatives nominated E. 5H. D. Morgan, and the Liberals Mr. J. A. Cardin, tbe former member. There 'mis considerable enthusiasm rind there is every Indicntiou of a 'warmly contested election. Both made speeches. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, is' to -speak :JDn Tuesday.next.- GREAT WATER POWERS LATENT SPECIAL INVESTIGATION RE- VEALS THE WEALTH OF ALTA. AND SASK. MUST'KEEP PROPER LIST OF EM- PLOYEES WITH ADDRESSES'' FRIENDS ottiwa, Oct. 17. "A new system lias been adopted by Uic department oi labor requiring contractors to keep a record of the names and addresses of all their employees in regard to the laboring classes. In the past many an unknown workman has died in railway construction camps with- out his family being notified as to when or how he came to his end. Under the new regulations" the con- tractors have to send in a filled form, supplied by the department, which immediately communicates with fam- ily of the deceased anil forwards his personal belongings. A recent case in point was that oi a Russian man who was killed in a dynamite 'explosion at tbe end oi the steel on the, O.T.I', in Hritish Columbia. Vhe. department, through the Kussian con- isul at .Montreal, found his friends. WAR WILL KEEP WINSTON AT HOME CHURCHILL NOT ABLE TO COME OVER TO HELf PREMIER BORDF.N Ottawa, Oct. There is a good reason believe that the much talk- Ottawa, Oct. That the rivers 01- visjt. Right Hon. Wins- draining the northern portion of Sas- ton .Churchill, first lord of the ad- l-atcliewan anil Alberta possess mjralty, to Canada has been aban- splendid 'water power possibilities jn view oi the present Euro- COMING ON SPECIAL Prof. J. ttlaek, of Manila- Im, Agricultural College, loin- srspliB Secret nry John 'I1. Burns, of the Dry-Knriiilng Congress, that lie will leave Winnipeg, on a special cur to- morrow night ac- coiuimnlod by fifteen members of tliu stuff of the eplh'Bf. DEFENCE CASE FOR M'NAUGHTON INTERESTING VANCOUVER GRIM' INAL UMBRELLA BLOW CAUSE MAN'S DEATH? far While Premier Bor- which may be calculated to go pctm situation, wnue i-ieuuci un- toward the development of the vast ,icn was jn London it was suggested pulpwood and lumber resources of the i tnat, jir. Churchill should cross northwest, is the opinion of L. G.I the Atlantic in a war ship, to be Dennis, hydro-electric engineer or the present' during the coming prelimjn- Conservation commission. .Mr. Den- ury debate on naval a'id. nis-has aii trip oi investigation commenced abou the middle of June since when--4 hi has travelled by canoe several thous north. The purpose of Mr. Dennis north, nc purpose oi Air. ucnmt trip was to add tb the data .which. Petewnwa, disappeared from K Tnf.eii'ii- An-lip." iTPHS- INSPECTOR DUNCAN DISMISSED Toronto, Oct. Dun- can, .of -the local police force, whose v as uiitler inspection, particu- larly the giving to the press of infor inittion about the Farmers Bank case, been dismissed from the force. the counnission has been preparing lot some time past oi the water pos- sibilities oi FOR RENT Ground floor( 42 x 12, in Hull Block on Third Avenue South. Suitable for slove or offices. Heated. Apply to The Bank of Nova. Scotia. THE Queen's Hotel ROYAL 'VIEW 6 milM north of All dining rooms a la Carte Arrangements can be made for private dances Everything First Class Special Sunday Dinner from 5.30 to V.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 ------FOR------ Sickness, Accident, Li- ability, Fidelity, Fire, Hail, Grain, Burglary, Plate Livestock: INSURANCE Rtntals Money to Loan Snipi In Farm 6. City Property JOHN R. REVILL Room 4, Klrkham Block 3rd Ave. S. PHONES: Office 1018 Reiidtncc 466 Kew Barnes Coal Mia; Lump, Mine Run er Screenings, bj ton or carload Iota. 1471. 0.0.0k PRAYING Or JuLL Western Transfer Co., Ltd. Frtlfht Ihldi Mt Britain now Notified (Continued from front Today special services are being held in all the churches of the king- dom for tlie iuccess of the Bulgarian army. The Queeu, the ministers and other digntaries were among the larse congregation at the Cathedral, when a Te Deum wss snng. Servia Ready Belgrade, Oct. surprise is felt here toy Turkey's action in de- claring war. The Servian govern- ment declares it proves what the Ba.1- "kan states ftave affirmed from the outset, that Turkey never intended to abandon her attitude of'.provocation. Instead of consenting to negotiate amicably, she mobilized: ;her troopB and then said: "Let us diacusE matters." "Turkey has forced the w: said a government official. well; we are ready.'' HOEtiltntiefi have heen already com- menced on the frontier. The Crcwn Prince left yesterday to take com- mand of the central column, which will operate along the railway line. King Peter, accompanied by 51. Pas- itch, the prime minister, also is going to the front. The members of the overnment will remain at the head- quarters of the army, directing the campaign- The Crown Prince a long interview with the Bulgarian minister. Belgrade is umiisturhed by the out- break of the war. The scenes usual- ly associated with such occasions are impossible, owing to the atbsence of the military. The last regiment left for the front a week ago. The citi- zens no longer have tha spectacle of train loads of the troops to "vcite their patriotic fervor. The rallwsy station, jiowever, is jammed trucks of stores ready for transport- ation to the front. Let Loose the Bad Men Corfu, Oct. Turks have re- leased the prisoners from the jails in the Epi-nis. These convicts are now committing atrocities upon citizens. Many Greek refugees have arrived here from the mainland. Escorting Transport Ship "Algiers, Oct. escort oi four Greek destroyers is conveying Greek steamer Macedonian with! Greeks, Bulgarians and Servians on j hoard, who are returning from Amer- j ica to join their regiments to fight I J against the Turks. She also carries! a large cargo ot ammunition. The Ma- TOOK AND A WIDOW North 13av OnL, Oct. in the Rova, Canad- iaii Eagmeers Corps, now in camp at camp on Tuesday. Archer 'was treas- urer of the dol- lars of the funds of that institution disappeared at the same time, and al- so an Ottawa widow, who had been working tit Petewawa. Archer was arrested on widow, on receipt of a telegram from day night, ill company with the Major Bogard. Two officers arrived and took Archer back to camp to stand trial on charges of desertion and theft. Before leaving North Bay the couple were married, and Mrs. Archer accompanied her husband back to Petewawa. Vancouver, Oct. n.-Scveral law- ami doctors are at work trying 0 prepare a defence oi Harold Mc- N'augllton, aged ,20, son oi well knnwn parents, who is charged with murder. week ago young McNaufthton was out walking with 18 year old Estcllc j Spinard, whom he believed to he un- narried, but who really was the wife n! a young bricklayer. 'The latter nc- the couple on the street and a fight ensued between him and Mc- N'aughton. The latter knocked Spin-j ird out with a heavy umbrella, li-rt. unconscious, hci'ng taken to jail, i vhere he remained a day, whence he vas conveyed to a hospital where he j died. Today his body was disinterred ind a committee of" doctors is try- ing to justify the pica of the defence that, neglect in jail caused Spinard's death from a wound not necessarily fatal. The case has caused very vide, comment here. TO HOLD UNION THANKSGIVING CHURCHES GET TOGETHER FOR A VERY WORTHY THE ARRANGEMENTS A CRUEL SHOCK Ottawa. Oct. To be suddenly confronted with the coffin containing the dead body of their son, without having received any previous notifi- cation of his ilcmiw, was the sad lot of and Mrs. A. Poirrer. 122 Al- beit street, Tfnll, parents of the late Napoleon Poirior, whose body was delivered hy express to'day. Napoleon left Hull for the Shan- ties some six weeks ago, and his par- ents heard nothing from him, until when answering the doorbell. 'Jir. Poirier was informed by the express- man that he had the remains of Poir- ier to deliver. Accompanying the body was a letter, stating that the de- ceased had met death by a tree while in the woods. A meeting was helrl in the study of Knox Church at 11 a.m. today, for the purpose of arranging a union Thanksgiving service. The following ministers were present: The; Kevs. Cameron, Per 17, Woodsworth and Mc- Kinncu. It was decided to hold the service on Monday, October 2S, at 10.45 a.m., at the Wesley Methodist Church, Rev. Perry presiding. The preacher on the will be the Hev. A. G. Cameroii. The offertory will 'be devoted to the aid ot' the Nurs- ing Mission. H is sincerely to be hoped that ev- ery member of the congregations and a there will be present, and not only recognize the importance and- mean- ing of the gathering, but also help ane of the most laudable institutions in (ho city. It was further agreed at the meet- ing to fix Monday, November 4, at 10 a.m. at the T. M. C. A. for coming together to arrange the organizing of a Ministerial association. KINDERSLEYLS A FLAX CENTRE falllm COLLISION ON GRAND TRUNK London, OnL, Oct. Fireman H. Scctt. of Stratford, killed, and two Mixed train Xo. 72 east- bound, had partly backed Into the several persons injured, when Grand Trunk trains collided at Park- hill tonight. bound, had switch to allow a through log train to pass, when the latter ran Into her. Engineers Farr and Whiting were on the two engines, hauling the mixed train, and escaped serious injury by jumping. The compound locomotive hauling the freight was derailed and otherwise damaged. Mrs. D. _M, Me- L-cod, of Parkhill, was slightly injur- ed 'when thrown against a seat. v GREAT FALLS BOOSTERS COMING cedoaian arrived here last night irons New York, and found the lour de- stroyers recently purchased by Greece in England, waiting to her on her voyage. accompany INJURIES WERE FATAL Belleville, Oct. Dann was fatally injured yesterday, while in taking k of a water tank. (ho frame The Great Falls delegation to the Congress has engaged a special 'car, and made ar- rangements to leave there next Monday morning. The party will comprise a number of the most prominent busi- ness men of the city, accom- panied by their wives. Will Be Our Gueits Among those who have sig- nifted their intention of at- tending the Congress are: Louis Newman, Secretary Oliver M, Holmes, of the Board of Commerce; H, O. Clark, Henry Rooney, S. R. -S1 Jensen, R. E. Hazaard, W. H. Lanway, Mr. and. Mrs. H. B. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. String- fellow, of Havre.; 11 T. and Mrs. Ivy Park, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Strode, of Chester. EDITOR McLAREN HERE WITH SAMPLES AND EXPECTS TO WIN PRIZES Kindersley, Saskatchewan, and Has are synonymous. So, at least, says M. B. McLaren, editor of the Kinder- sley who is here with an exhibit' from what he claims -to be the of greatest uninterrupted area of grain growing land In Onada, Kinder.slcy is one of the baby towns point of years hut its thousand peo- ple proclaim It to be a town of im- portance, and their exhibit at the Con- gress is representative of, the resources of the district. Kindersley district hns won the Dominion prize for the best flax for tbe past two years. They are entering a peck and a sheaf of flax in the individual classes here, and hope to win wider honors before they leave for home. The fiax crop in their district this year has been particul- arly good ,one farmer getting S3 bush- els per acre off eight -sections, all of which he sold at ?2.2n per bushel. Kinderaley hopes to be even more conspicuously on the map after the termination of the Congress. WILBY REACHES NANAIMO Alberni, R C., Oct. Wilby, the Canadian National High- way pathfinder motored here from Xanaimo today, and was welcomed by the people of Alberni, and was the j guest at a luncheon of the Ucard of Trade. Jftmes R. president of the Board was in the chair. He extended a cordial welcome to the present westara tourist of the high- way, and spoke of the importance of Mr, WIlby'B tour. Save the SELL IT FOR LESS A One Day Bargain Sale of Seasonable Merchandise Saturday is Uic big tiny at Ryl Mini's. Kach week wo try l-o surpass last -week's record. Von will iigro'c with us l-luit wo do us we adver- tise. AVold slock to siiciril'ico. With us it's Helli.no- (.ho goods at; sninll profit. It's the Hifj; .Musiness wo are after. Rend every article listed all o'omiiuo 200 Pairs of Knitted Wool Gloves, pair 18c Just half prico for those warm They como in nearly every greys gi'cess, mivys. and heather mixtures. Sizes for girls', misses', and women's. Your chance to stive. 75c Ail-Wool Cheviot Serge Dress Goods 45c Every thread pure Firm inches wide. Colors, cimllnal, Copenhagen, brown and Dclt blue. Worth the regular price, 75 cynts. On sale until the lot is sold at 45c. Girls Winter Coats-- At Nearly Half Price We are selling som-e warm tweed coats to fit girls from S to 14 years at nearly half the former price. You will appreciate the wonderful values when you see them. ?o.OO coats for coats for A Splendid Corset on Sale at per pair 75c A splendid fitting corset that sold Well lor We will ciear 25 pairs at 75c. Sixes 18 to 25 only. Good heavy coutil material, long hip models. Combination Suits for Women Not too Iveavy. not too Hght, just the right weight for present wear. Sizes 34, 38, only. Has the new Closed Krotch which makes lc the only perfect fitting union suit. A Bargain in Hand Bags Saturday 65c A purchase of American Hand Bags hiuludlus several low priced numbers which hiive the ap- pearance of hags worth double the prlue. This lint! Is on sale at li'-o. Comb Sets Also on the Sale List 75c Here's a comb set hard to beat at Two side combs, back comb and barrette. all inlaid with gilt. We have a dozen sets that should go to the first dozen customers. Saxony Wool Blankets Extra Value, pair Soft fleeced woollen blankets in white extra large size, (i Ibs. to the pair. Just the pro- per weight. Saturday is the only day you can buy these "Favorite" blankets at this price. Strong Cotton Sheets Are Now per pair .Take our word for the host sheets you ever tnw for the give yon back your money if you can equal them :tt ;i double bed size. First here first served. Men's "Heather Worsted Socks 25c The leader In. our Men's Department 'Hero fs :i socl< that is sold all over Uiuuuln (or 33c and n pnlrs to clear. Remember they are Scotch knit, hoather socks. All sizes. A Down-Filled Quilt on Sale at Full sized Down Comforters, covered with Art Eilkoline in half a dozen dainty colorings and designs. Positively tho best comforter you 6ftn buy for the money. Children's Fine Wool Cashmere Hose 25c Another lot of those fine ribbed all-wool cash- mere hose in sky, tan, whito and black, that caused such a rush last Saturday, Sizes from 4 1-3 to 7 1-2, none larger. Women's Black Wool Tights, Now 75c a pair The last lot, of these black tights that we can offer you at this low price. For Saturday we have five dozen in assorted sizes. Aouial 411.00 value. English Walking Gloves Special, pair 95c The third lot of these gloves we have had since the first of. September. Other stores ask you for inferior pay more. All sizes now in atoclt. A Special Line of Ladies Underwear Medium weight underwear suitable for present have long: sleeves aiid high drawers full length, either open or closed. All to White only. Dent's Dogskin Gloves for Men Another big snap1 for tJie men .folks.. You can- not buy a Dent Dogskin glove for a dollar ;my other place in Lethbridge.. Try it and see. We hure 300 pairs to sell on Saturday. Women's Flannelette Night Gowns for 85c Night gowns in flannelettes that are considered by our customers as the best value- they hnvp seen for a long while. White only; all sixes. Boys' Fine Wool Un- derwear Just In The celebrated "Health Brand" irndcnvenr, the finest grade iimde in Canada. You have been looking for Bomnthing good, now bore's your chance. Prices (iae, 7ik; and Sue each. CROMPTON'i CORSETS How She Obtained Good Bread "I have been baking now for 12 yearn" writes one housekeeper, "and havo never had Rood bread till T used White Swan Yeast .Cakes." Sold at Rrocers in packages bf cakes for 5c. Write Whlto Swan I Spices Cerenli, Limit- ed) Toronto.-1'fot Mmple, A COMPETENT MAN Mr. M. Harshnian, member of the jury of awards, is the assistant man- ager of the Centennial Milling Com- pany, of Spokane, Wash. He is one of the judges in the grain contest. Born in Menominee, Wis., he attend- ed the Beloit College in and en-. tered the milling business with the Wasftburn-Crosby Company, of Min- neapolis, with whom he remained four year. Tie was throughout this period a buyer, and later manager of the Kalispol mills in Montana. He went to the Centennial .Milling Co. in 1907, and was sent to Japan, where he built a mill for thorn at Kobe. Re- turning In 1910, he was appointed as- siatam, manager of their mills at Spokane- Good, Pure Food IB just as essential for beast ae it Is for man .and' wo make it our business as well as our pride to supply it for the lowest prices. When well-fed your stock will look better, do better work and better returns on your in- vestment than where false economy is practiced. To try us is to be convinced. J. C. Hanrahan Phone 349 Athletic Park ;