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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJTIi: DAILY 1TKKALD 'IS DIFFERENT1 OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IN EVERY SACK ROBIN HOOD MILLS LTD. MC05K IAW CALGARY MILITARY MEN ARE WRATHY j WANT RAILWAY OFFICIALS PRO- SECUTED FOR OF THE SPECIAL AT STHEETSVlLLE Toronto, Oct. siiiirp flush seems in iiiivn orcurred :u Strccts- viiln inlreganl to the comliii'l ihcre oi the ;lcn'ut coroner, Dr. H- SmiUi, inyestdfjating tin- ili'allis caus- i'd by, tlu- wreck ai the i .rial 'train. Affording to .oifiits bv tlie uvilitai-y oWters tin-' re- l.'ci trai'u 'with its iujured, liclrt 'up the coroner quibbled over Ihf release of the liodics. H tx- pei-ted that iie, went so far as to <1r- clinc'.to release, tbe reraoius, i-roiiini.tliat n'.cn might lave met ileath, by poisoniug, and it was not until Coroner Dr. IVinnett. surgeon, and'captain of tlie headquarter's stafl, I IKU Who's that knocking at the kitchen door? on Hie j it's Mrs. Edwards round SAM'S LETTER TO THE W.C.T.U. DEAR LADIES SHOULD VISIT MIL. ITARY CAMPS AND SEE EXEMPLARY MEN YOUNG MEN GO DOWN IN STORM OUT DUCK HUNTING WINNIPEG YOUTHS PERISH IN THE RED RIVER Renfrew, (Int., Oct. li'J.-A letter to Mrs. .M. Detlor, N'orlh Hay To., relary of the W.t'.T.lJ., Col. Hon. Samuel Hughes, minister of mi- litia, regarding the sale of Hciuor in instruction camps, was the teaturn oi the thirty-fifth annual conference, of i Ontario W.C.T.U.' j. The minister oi militia wrote: 1 "Kegarding the sale uf liquor in the j camps of am soru to hear the report concerning ihe 11 Wiimii'fS. OH. 20. Ivlsar I.IH-S, IX years oi use, living Ibe exhibition grounds, and llenrv Keane, 35 years old, of HM lliitnuvs-iivcnui', vein ilrmvneil Ibis iiiurnliiK i" llm storm thai swept over this section Monday night. They were members of a nn'.'ty coiisi.slini; also oi Cecil M. and an Indian pMe tlnu li.ul gone out duck sliooiiiiK. Tlm Pditi' hid i impul Mind 11 niUit on NittKM s poll nub Irnm 1 Oil [Wednesday, iOING" THE ABUSED my the cereal siihsti- jle, coffee is still tin uf inillious uf ople. iliior in the camps. You will pardon kirk on the Kfil liivtr. Tin- me, nut I am afraid your information rmnplni: on (lie obt .ml tndmk in tu, in the camps, hut as 1 umU-rstooil it Ing the waves from (he river, winch lint point gave evidence as to ihe cause of jrisli soup death, that the soldiers were enabled jJisli-of-alUvork useful ill bring IMr dead comrwte torn., j hundred wa the making of a made dish. And, to brmg out the goodness of your Protests were miiilc concerning the, ,_ coquet of the Sircetsvilli- coroner to Its fine ana by itselt. the attorney general '.lle of J savoury sauce. Independent of the two inquests on ;iic dead and the official investiga- tion of the C.1M1. into the cause ot tlm wreck it. is probable that the Do- M'iuioa railway cominissioQ will he asted to tale the matter in hand and contact a searching public inquiry with a view To determining the char- acter and cons'trtTiioa ot the cars used by the company to transport the.. soldiers and the necessity of dealing immediately with the question of pre- alwa'vs ready to lend a hand with the cooking' j is in the towns adjoining, am! Unit h oiileiib out to i 1 iU nourishing is vor-v little il USL'li- runmn hi u i f i "Von will permit me m sax lint til into camp, rousing IHTS is a Kingston camp of 1910 whuh milii-, it muss ail lud the lumur to command, there spot ;it omr. The i-amn was an almost entire absence of unv and vHh tin1 icy wind kind of liquor. Woman's C has tluu me tlitvv If tiiin 'remperance camp could surpass into thi- honti it, I am -sure. If ihe dear good lad- Htnry Kmne put to of this country, such as you, wen. joint: out to the camp occasioml ovai soup and gravies and hashes My 1H1d So around you would ht mou and meat puddings there's nothing thansurpriscd to find such :i s] like adding venting railways from further using baggage cars for buffers and passen- i Kcr'coacbes u'hiclt are alleged by I many of the officers to have been nothing more than "match boxes." 'fhe petitions oi militia will j probably be maile to Col. MOB. minister of militia, and it la prqbitble that an extensive requisi- tion a-il! be made to Mayor Hockfn and (lie city council, asking on behalf of the families and friends of the in- jured that the city co-operate in ef- forts to secure! such an otlicial quiry. Scores of the officers and soldiers are prepared to startling evi- deuce to the character and construc- t-ioii of the cars. i At a private meeting held ia the oll.'ce of Ihe 'commanding of FDWARDS SOUPS Prime beef and ihe finest ot Irish vege- what Mrs. Edwards put.-; in it; nothing but what's pure arid delicious. As there is no strong added flavouring, it will blend perfectly with any-other soup. Rcmembtr io hit it jor half an honr. 5c. per packet. Desiccmeii Soups an wxric it: ilifti Twain. White. T'nc variety is a thick, r.oarishing so p prepared frmn bitf and Jrtsh The. clhtr i-jio tire pyrfiy vegetable- soups. Lots of (iainry new dishes in oar new Coos Book. for a copy post free, S. H. B. ESCOTT HARMER Winnipeg Representatives for Manitoba, Sask- atchewan and Alberta. GRAND TRUNK 'into a dialogue, some asking ques- tions or advancing views to which ihe HighlandciK, Col. Robertson, the j rjr. Carrel replied. lu his answers ho decision was reached to press the in- that formerly the problem of life realisation into the fatal accident death was oi philosophic inter- tho" extreme limit so far as the rail-i esfc only, but present experiments way is concerned. The officers waul j leading to the borders oi an un- a criminal prosecution. j explored region, in which perhaps lay Ponding the investigation being j scientific treasure uf incalculable val- mjfle by the company every railway j man connected with the accident which will include the entire train j crew of the military train and des-! patclier at- London will be suspended i until the responsibility has been plac- outsidi ted on the proper shoulders. he is cuU.iVate the entire sv j Out of sympathy lor the Forty- tcm o[ organs jn way. j Eighth Highlanders and Queens Own. nrir.itiK now under Rifles, the presentation o[ the prizes a "visceral being." They set ior tomorrow and other social wei-c takeil froni functions of the regiment have been "Till. is he said, tu humanity. To make the study of living tissues profitable it was necessary, he said, to be able io cultivate them outside of the hoily. From keeping fragments the body the next step, svs- nr ai oitci1 caught liy the blown HI it into the lake the followed. Inn iplrndid ouu it, unst lie lot of young men wearing the s tttnl Ul nui uniform and conducting themselves like gentlemen with scarcely in waves. Looking aruiind once ihey ccptiou." i saw the others far EKTOKS tlie lake 'and thought would laud on the I opposite shore. .Making a laridint; i themselves on some high gi'iHind near an Indian cottage, they looked again but saw nothing, too exhausted to PpnrTjtry and relieve 'the others. About six I AUf i i o'clock four Indians fowed across the j lake. They found the boat bottom up on the bank with the effects strewn along tlie shore, but no sign of the men. Search all day was in vain and at nightfall Cecil returned I to Winnipeg to inform both families j of the tragedy. Henry Keane leaves .i OA .n. M, i a widowed mother, two bmtlicrs and London, Get 30.-The Grand Trunk two sistcrs is surv- tf railways September statementi b his rcnls and brotllpr moderate profit, Ihe Grand franks" profits increased the Can- ada Atlantic's net profit dec-rsii-ie-l i Grand Trunk's Wcstc1 profit inereaiied and Trunk's iN'ew I-laven net-profit .Ic- ereaseri The total net ;n.'it of the whole system increased ilT.SUO with one working-day less. NET EARNINGS NOT LARGE IN OFFICIAL FIGURES CANADIAN late Robei adian author who Surrey, England. He i gow 62 years ago. in Toronto and tautjh sor. He had written i contributed to many p -SjMIENZIE APPEAL WAS DISMISSED DISHONEST DELIVERY MAN Toronto, Oct. Shea% the driver for AV. T.. McDonnell, 'wholesale grocer, 7- Front street, j was sentenced to twelve months in! the Central .prison, by Magistrate! Kingsfcrd, embezzling be- longing to his employer. Sheu lected the payment on a number ofj C. 0. D. consignments, and marked j them as uot paid. Shea went to San! Francisco, and was brought back two weeks ago. 1 PRIVY COUNCIL HELD AGAINST RELATIVES OF MEN BLIP.N- ED IN CHILLIWACK JAIL BYE ELECTK FIXED FOR1 CODERRE WILL Lllf POSED DESPITE MAJORIT VPS I t-I re postponed. REMOVE VITALS FROM THE BODY REMARKABLE EXPERIMENTS IN GRAIN SCI- ENCE N'ew York. Oct. kept alivD for UH days a heart removed its organism Dr. Alexis Carrel has now added to the wonders of his aur- gery tlie' transfer oi a heart, stomach and" kidneys from thlir casement of flesh to tile vessels in his lahoratory. where they arc now living and per- forming their normal junctions. This experiment IK in prugvcss in tilt; Rockefeller institute. None oi Uie organs, course, are those of u 1m- man being. Dr. Tarrcl lold the story lo un au- dience of physicians and surfiiMjns, sat ama'zt-d at the imrratlre. As Prof. August Ciacituer oi llie I'tiiversii-y of .lena, a guest, said 1 lie roiisidL-red himself most fortunate 1 on tlie of sailing for home, in hav- iiiLC heard of this extraordinary urhii'vomrnt from flnrrel'K j lips. He liclievcii it heralded the foundation uf ;i new destined to sol-'e .some of the mystery of life and death. j From Heart, to Other Orirans, Dr. Carrel spolie of the heart excite- j meni, ".vhich was the first of import- niice involving the reparation of a vi- tal organ from its tissues for obser- vation apart from its organism. lo that usn of the heart, kidneys hail hcen transplanted in cats and alto- j gether nsv: thiags had been perform- ed in boae grafting. Success with the heart, he said, had strengthened the view that the stom- ach, blood and other vital or- gans might be transferred from ooe to another without dUturlifttiee of (heir normal functions. Hence it was a natural progression from the heart to liie other organs with which the present experiment is in progress. All who engaged in the 'spoke of tin1 ineivjised possibilitirs of suidy of disen.se through living tissues, and of Ihe n-sultfint lir-ncfiis in medical practice, apart from the larger ends of surgery. At oiiu iimc the discussion .stomach is digesting, the functioning as well while the body that contained them is long since dead and discarded." London, Oct. given in the following cases the Judicial Committee of the F: vy Council today Parson vs. Hank of Canada, concerning a cviiM for debts was. allowed Oiitremont town vs. Joyce, rrgarJing street lev- elling was dismissed McKeir'.ie vs. Chilliwaek township, H. apncal THE BODIES RECOVERED I Baited Sudbnry, Out., Oct. aD.-The blirnedt aud his of Jlcrzon Soules, sou of the C. P.-R. ages, hut the judicial committee of agent at Pogmo. 45 miles west of Sud- the Privy Council held that while kid- bury, and .rained -McAllister, night on- negligence was proved against the ever, erator at that, place, were found by a township, it was not unreasonable in When you hear a man complaining that he hasn't a friend in the world it's ii pretty safe bet that he doesn't deserve any. search piirty on Sunday iifiernnoti in such a small plate to Frog Lake, 150 miles from here. other j duties to the jailer, some of which he Excursions To Europe WHITE DOMINION LARGEST In connection wrUi special rates on tlie ,Xov. 7 to Dec, 31. Proni Date SS. Canada.......Montreal Nov. 30 SS. Megantic SS. Laurentlc SS. Laurentic i SS. Teutonic SS Teutonic SS. Canada SS. Canada Nov. Portland Deo. 7 Halifax Doc. .S Portland Dec. 14 Halifax DWJ. 15 Port! m) d Dec. 21 Halifax- Other Sailings Teutonic from 'Montreal-----Nov. 2 La u re nil c, from .Montreal Travel by the "Laurentic" or "Me- gaililc" the largest and best, or by the one-class (II) cabin steamers, Large and fast. Excursion Rates VIA New York and Boston Also via White Star land Line, Boston Liverpool; White Star Line, services Yorfc to Southampton and New York to Liverpool; Atlantic Transport Line, New York to 'London; Red Star Line, Xow York to Dox'or and Ant- werp. Also sailings via one port, and re- turning via another. Apply for pnrtieularfl -to nearest rnthvay or SS. iigont, or AI. Me- l.eod. Can. Western Piisseiisor Aftl., Mahi Strunt. Both men, who were 22 years old, i attended to on the started from Pogaia, on a hunting trip on October 3, arid were last at Trout Lalce, some miles distant. night oi ihe lire. SAYd .COLONEL DRINKS: ARRESTED FOR LIBEL Marquette, Mich., Oct. Roosevelt, through Attorney James H. Pound, of Detroit, and Progressive National Committee- man H. M. Wallace, today.started criminal and civil libel actions in Marquette county Circuit court against George A. Neweti, editor of the Ishpeming -Iron Ore, a weekly paper. Damages are ask- ed In the sum of Nevvctt was arrested on the criminal charge. The alleged libel is contained in -in article published in the Iron Ore, October 12, which contained the following: "Roosevelt lies and curses in a most disgusting way; he gets drunk, too, and .that frequently, and all his intimates know about it. ETHIER KEEPS HIS SEAT Ottawa, Oct. A. Elhier, Lib- eral member for Two .Mountains, who was elected by acclamation in SRO- J toinhcr, br-c.ius0 [hi; paper was signed by twenty-five pie, and did not give his residence and occupation, 'was today confirmed, in his seat by the Supreme Court, which dismissed the appeal from the decision of ihe courts utken by Fttuteux, Conuervaiivo cnnduiate. Othiwa, Oct. the cabinet this uftun} lived for the lajra division, Montreaa ccssary by tin: Colin-re o} the pnrtfolij of state- Xniniiiatioii Tuesday, Xov. 12, Tuesday, Xnv. jO. On -Sept. HI, ii'll, a majority oi over lish vole in moiml. which forms j siou of Huchciaga, Idly against Mr. Uiverl Liberal uiomber. Th" here is that de-spite large majority at the lions there will he a cl Col. Geo. Washington I recently re-signed as elil Montreal harbor a possible Liberal it is L'Otisuierod more Krcnch-Canndian will to carry the opposition SAYS ATTACK ON j] COLONEL WAS IN STUDY RAILROADING Spokane. Oct. A. I .J. Cameron, of India, and liam liodo, ruiirest.'iuative of the Nor- guvcrnniuni. WIM-C in I'eeently. lo look the big rail- i road ronstnictlon jobs, and Americnn opuratins methods. In- dia's ropre.stJiilarivo pnriiriilai'ly frtudies intin dispatching