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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October THB iLfiTHimiDGi; DAILY HKRATJ) PATHFINDER TELLS STORY OF LONCfRIP First Attempt to Cross Canada by Auto National Interest Shown in Good Thulium Wilby, hmaclliV Ilrat wns BOOll B" Occan.o-om.n Motorist) 1 on the ties In steamer on The Canadian Highway Is a fact! GUI of tin: o( dreams, out of the loalm of visions, the Canadian High- way emerges, proved feasible on tho lirst 'attempt at a transcontinental Journey, The tour officially ended at Victoria October IS, on the return from the west coast of Vancouver Is- land, when a banquet 'was given to Mr. WHby by the president 'of the Automobile A. Todd, ,nud at which Mayor Beckwith. W. W. It'ostor, deputy minister of works, and timer leading citizens were present. Tho actiuil tour from coast to coast occupied forty-nine days tlansed time, the start having been made from Halifax abdul four o'clock in dull, cold weath-QT, and tlie arrival at Van- couver, byJa coincidence, was made nt the soiiiL hour and under the same weather conditions, Tlie actual run- ning forty-one days and the mileage w'as 3900 miles, which gives an of 95.13 miles .per day. iload coindlt'ons were bad, owing to rainfall in .every part of Many parts of the coun th try, espj Ing and i through the United placu. to Vancouver iivpraga day per person. Thip car were about of repairs, trip wns delayed shaft having been i The gumbo rpadu in such bad c crs went on strike ing a three days' tlie absence of r ba wer tbo dri S> t-'au wing t detour to GO 00 wer Colum miles altogether, Ontario and IJCO hi a. Tbo enthusiasm Highway all along I od. Towns and to welcome the in sides presenting town and enterlaiit eir bes and IK of the! otorisl unqual me i'o cous co-operatio Canadian, .llig On one occasion >io get the were necessary tc._ of tbe bud spots. Tho motorists, ore al e nigh line. mjoritj el. '.The olumbun h Mani laritime 3katche rit. and never lacked Scarcely, any n was ca'fth and tb best roads were i itnd in Ontario. Provinces and Alt wan wore ot abo HE HAS ixmdon, Oct. Marlborbugh was 3 ed on yesterday 13 prompt recoverj ilally 'Manitoba, were turned i and quagmires; -this re- i -dally average considerably Jflition to tho 8900 miles, TOO pVcre -covered under other than own power, o Pice of. trail or-road; Icularly to New Ontarfc North Bay no Bhipping ertaken, although this st car that had ever the way from Halifax fjoint. At first it was not difficult flip an average of 120 miles a Al from the prairie provinces was reduced to as'low as The highest daily run was mad 'miles, between Creek and Lethbridge; the lowei from WlnnJ (.0 Hcadmgly, owing to tho wr-etcj staitu of the gumbo roads. The was running on an average of miles to the gallon, sometimes much as lillceeu miles was made I the gallon, but in some parts of Brit ish Columbia, Jive miles to the gall oil TESTIMONY OF FIVE WOMEN Provet That Lydia E. Pink- hain't Vegetable Com- pound It Reliable. can twly rwom- mend E. Vefeublt Compound to ail women who are pwsing through the Change of Life, an it made me a well woman after Buffering three Mrs. MARY BOGART, Reedville, Oregon. New Orleatu, "When passing through I the Change of Life I-wag I troubled with hot flashes, I weak and dizzy spells and I backache. Iwunotfitfor I anything until I took Ly- I dia K, Pinkham's Vega- I table Compound which I proved worth its weight I I TON BLONDKAU, 1641 Po- lymnia St., New Orleans. _ yU all men passing through the Change of Life can take 1 nothing better than Lydiu J E. PinkhaTh's Vegetable I Compound. I am recom- mending) t to all my friends because of what it has done for me, "-Mrs. CHAS. BAUER, 523 E.Marion St., Miahawaka, Ind. Alton months I suffered from troubles in consequence of my age and thought I could not live. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made me wef and I want other suff cring women to know about it' I Mrs. EMMA BAILEY, Alton UNITES THE STATE TO CHURCH Significance of Thanksgiv- ing is National Recog- nition of God Union Service THIRTY DAYS FOR CARRYING WEAPON VULCAN MAN HANDED SALU TARY LESSON BY MAGlS- THATE FOR VIOLATING SUNDAY LAWS A union. Thanksgiving HOT vice was hold" in Wesley church yesterday I Station, Ky. Deisem, No. "I was Lteisem, No. Uak. was passing ihrough Change of Life and felt very oad. I could not sleep and was Very nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vijgtitable Compound restored me to perfect health ind I would not he without p. M. THOKN. Deisem, No. Dak. DEFENDANT IS 100 YEARS OLD NEGRESS JANITOR PUMMELED PARSON WHO TRIED TO EJECT HER FROM CHURCH morning there being a large congr gallon present. Rev, A. G. Camera of Knox church, Hev. C. B. McKtunc of Fifth nveuuo IJaptlst church, Ke Mr. 'Waodsworth of U'estuiinsl church, Kev. A. C. Watson of Fit Baptist church, and Rev. T. P. Per of Wesley church were present, was explained that thla was the fir union Thanksgiving service ever lie n the city. ftov. Mr. Cameron preat ed the sermon and chose for his te: the lOtJth Psalm, 1st verse, "Prate vc the Lord." lief erring to (.he in. jortance of a1 national thankfigivin -Mr. Cameron said be wag glad to so many present and hoped It wou be an ind-ax of better 'things to corn There is peculiar Importance attache to our observance of tlais day becaua of the fact that it forms one connec ing link .between the state and th church. .K is our duty to aseembl in God's house and give thanks. Th loss of the day would mean the loss o one of the strongest bonds betwee God and the state. He must be a poo specimen of a Canadian citizen wh does not' feel a thrill of pride in ha ing this opportunity to declare hi faith in this one God and in tlii youug nation. Mr. Cameron also em phasized the necessity of givin thanks for the lessons of uationa peace, and national safety. Canad lias been able to continue uninternipl ed the process of nation building Again, thanks ought to be given fo increasing civic righteousness. Fa too many people at. the present daj were content- to sit idly and allow civic affairs to run in any way bu _ _. rT i thank God, there are those who old 'w Eft is W anciod. The de ico court rcstrrrtav, charged "with as- ault and 'batten-: The risoner, a ncgrcs's, who was employ- d as caretaker of a negro chutch, charged by Rev. D. J flr5 ;for atmosphere is 5 ins ln community In our land Wc flnd ourselves in_ the position tlmt Lbero Beoni3 'to ln every com nnmity a higher idea of life. Wehave IT is one thing to idea as to the kyid o( you would like for this ing season quite am to impart that idea to s o'clock. The homestead Is eight and a half miles south of Va.n- uanl, the mhcr half of the sec- tion is held at over an acre, .that price having been rnfused recently. EUCHAN THE MEN'S MAN 406 Fifth Street South IS NOW INSPECTOR BENSON Toronto, Oct. B. .Benson, M.A., science master of the Napanee "ilgli schcol, has been appointed by ;he county council public school in- spector for Prince Edward county. Mr. Beascu succeeds G. 3. Fmtt, who Mr. Bcnsiyi is a graduate of Queen's university. Ha is a son of the late James for many I years clerk of Ameliasburg township. LAURIER TO SPEAK AT SHERBBOCKE Otlav.-n, Oct. Wilfrid Laur- irr VOK tudny 1'or Shrrbrooke, to jjfilk ill ;t NMli'in'i Io li: F. 1 X. Mo''nio. i In- iipjjnKiMon mnntlior ctnisiiM.-ncy. I! js u ho v.-Ul titml wiili ihe CaiiiiiC-M Toronto, Oct. travclllnj for nearly two thousand milei through the northern wilderness, hun- dreds of miles -through a country that white men have hitherto penetrated only at points here and (.here, J. 13. Tyrell, 'who led the Ontario govern- ment exploration party 'to Hudson's Bay, ant] down through the new dis- trict, of Patricia, has returned to To- ronto. He got horns yesterday, and is now preparing to report to the gov- ernment on the resources of the vast area recently added to the- province of Ontario, and on the harbor and railway terminal possibilities of the lake and river frontage at Pivrt Nel son. to which Ontario is entitled. That the province possesses a splen did asset in its right to territory at Port Nelson, particularly if the Do. minion government should decide to imiko the fermhiiils of tlie Hudson's Hay road on fne south shore of tho Nelson, is -evident from tho investiga- tion made by M-r. Tyrell at tho mouth of the' river. "Considerable work would have to done owing tn the low lying nature of a good part of the shore said Mr. Tyrell, but there is nothing to stand in tlie way of a good harbor there." ANOTHER AUTO VICTIM Qu'AppcIlc, Saslt., Oct. Pollock, one of the victims of the automobile accident at Edgely on Thursday, in which three men were killed, died at il o'clock without re- gaining consciousness. The tunerai was held on Saturday. T3ie other victims of the accident are doing as well as can be expected. WILL CONFER WITH C. P. R. PRESIDENT Ottawa, Oct. furtherj npgotiailons Hon. T. W. Cro-j ther.s and Sir Thomas Slinuglinessy.j which will place in Monin-ul thUJ wrolc, tlir- Liilmr Dfpnrlmont lias de- finitely (iccidrd noi fo grain of rciu'llirvinii 'n Iho dispute bo- tho of Ititilwiiy pluyoc's and tile C. P. U. Vulcan, Oct. of Montreal, arrived OH Thursday an.l will visit, Miss 'Galbraith at the CUlbratth ranch. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Shaw and Mrs. A. Shaw spent Thursday and Friday in Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell and Miss Jackson motored to IHgh River hist week. Miss Mary Douglass has hecn on- gaged as teacher in High Hill school. Mrs. Mary Pielersoti vacated the Vulcan hoarding house this week. Mr. Frank Khaw. and family have moved in for tlio winter. F: A. KH'fts made a business trip to Calgary on Wednesday. R. W. Glover spent the week-end ii Nan ton. Kev.' KJ Allen has been at tend- ing, the-Presbytery, in Nanton this week, also the farewell banquet and presentation for Rev. Hryun, who is .leaving that place; The Misses Cackson left on Monday for ''Vancouver. Sirs. Mitchell accom- panied them J. A. who has been suf- fering with is able to be about again. The Calgary visitors from Vulcan last week included, R. PrtUy, Mr. anil Mrs. M.; Hanson, A. White, H. ,W. Reeves and R. L. Elves. The Canadian Hank of Commerce las Opened a'branch here and will occupy temporarily the building re- cently-vacated-by M. E. Shaw. The bank will shortly put up. .1 splendid wilding here. Anstett was in High River and O'kp'tok's this.week on business. A special Thanksgiving service will be Vulcan on Sunday evening. Three threshing outfits Arrived in .own from surrounding districts to issist in threshing the immense crop hroughout this section of country. A number Vulcanits attended the Dry-Farming Congress. Inspector Tucker was in town on rhtirsday, -on which day court was leld here. A man working'on trie C. Ml. track was -charged with carry- ng concealed and drawing he same. He was sentenced to thir- y days. The man was taken to lacleod on Thursday night. Vulcanites were surprised io re- eivc reports of a threshing outfit in ull operation last Sunday. This is direct defiance of the laws'of the and, which makes every man in any connected with the work liable o a fine. Street measures should be aken tg prevent its recurrence. Tiger Brand Underwear Noi only is it made from soft elastic-ribbed fabric that is unshrinkable, but the garments are always shapely and faultlessly ntslicd. M'BRIDE AND THE NAVY SPEAKS IN FAVOR OF A CANAD IAN-OWNED AND BUILT NAVY Ilevelatoko D C Oct tbe closing session today of the British Columbia UbochUion it was decided to meet next at Nanaimo, and elected of Westminster president V lesoluUon was adopted asking' federal'-gov- ernment to appoint a. to enquire Into the high' cost of living; to increase the duty on American fruit in order to tho home grown product in Canadian--nmrkatB ami to appoint a federal; minister .of mines. The convention 'approved Premier Bonlen's policy in the imperial nego- tiations In respect to the and requested Mr. Bordiah'-to1 continue j program of seaboard -development of British Columbia, At the-annual banquet Premier -HcBrldb >mads a stirring plea for i stronger navy and army for Canada the bauquetteis at Us joined as one '.singing 'The Maple Leif and IUile Biltan nia." Upon national: 'grounds''.'Sir Ilicliard McBride said there was.grout need of a strong arniy. and" and especially in British Columbia tn pro- tect its coast from poachersi "aUack- ug from the Orient. WHAT RANCHERS WANT CONCESSIONS REQUESTED WERE PRESENTED TO COMMISSION I'N THE FORM OF A MEMORIAL SWORE OFF TOBACCO AT THE AGE OF 105 Chicago, Oct. carpenter, 110 years of died at his home here today; lie was born in 1802, and Lcame to this country when forty -years old., At' the age of eighty years. .Marshl- ceaspi] use of all intoxicating liquors, and when he was 105 he stopped the use of tobacco. Moose Jaw. Oct. it had not been advcrtls-ed locally there was but a slim attendance at the meeting of the Dominion ranching and grazing commission at Willow Bunch yester- day. Another' cause for the small at- tendance was the fact that everyone is losing no time on the land uo'ft' that good weather has come. The-follow: ins are requests made 'by TImt all local. taxes .be taken off grazing 1-aases; that they allowed to 'purchase a quarter section of their leased land for the purpose of build- ing corrals and shelter for their "cat- tlo; that leases be held pood -for fit- teen years and that occupiers be gn en the lirst chance to reiit; that tor herd laws be done away with and that large bounties be offered for the destruction of the b-ig Sr3ir buffalu wolf 'Which are responsible for "the destruction of large of cattle in the Willow Buncli district. WAS BITTEN BY A RAT Ar'npricr. Ont., Oct. five-year- old son of James Wallace, Arnprlor, is dead from tbe >bite of a rat. Tjie wound on his little finger iciv slight, but sufficient to develop .lock- ja'w TORONTO MAN'S BODY Winnipeg, Oct. body of a ran was taken from the.Red nisar the Norwood bridge, early this mornin, ;tnd was lator Identified ay John Glllen, form-erly of Toronto. There were no signs of vlolsnce up- on the body, and it is believed his death was accidental. Men of To-morrow those whose veins tingle with energy and enthusiasm, are best exponents of the styles of To-day Tailored are seen moat where good taste predominates In their making, noihing but quality are ever used. Then the cutting end tailoring are equal to that of any You get fall ttalue for every dollar you pay, knowing that your money is on deposit only until sat isficd. to f3S T. C. Ridpath ;