Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Phone 791 It Never Flickers The long winter even- ings give a woman'a splen- did chance for sewing or embroidery, but her eyes suffer from the strain unless she has a good light The Rayo is the best lamp made. It gives a strong dilfused light that u remarkably easy to the eves There is no glare to it, no flicker It lights up a whole room The Rayo is an economical lamp, too You jetIke molt poiimlc light talue for (lie oil burned and the Rayo ibelf u a low priced lamp Yet u 11 a handione ornament la any men m the home The Rnyo Lanp 11 easily lighted without removraj shade OT chimney eaiy la Made of tolid brail, nickel plated also in numerous other fyia c'ean and rewnk and finishes Aik yvtr ihow you hi! tine (4 Rijra kor 19 las agency of or write for daKiiplite ciruilir The Imperial OU CompMy, Limited MAY FOLLOW THE AUSTRALIAN IDEA London. Oct. soon tile lust fkat units ire coin plotcd find the present imperial AIM tralicn squadron is thus released from shalian mlcib tlio home govem nietvt will offer pomrfls per an- num towards of the Australian fleet but tho Dominion.will Continue to pay pounds nniin- ill} to tho AdmlrilU for thp general purposes of the' tinnerlnl navy as hith- fi-to. Commenting onrlliia financial arrangement, tho Yortaihlre Post eavs This flnim diipo (.5 of the question of the alleged projectile indepenil ence of Australia in possession of tho contio] of her nnj The L-uirier na bchomp did not contemplate financial copartnership with Lhe Im perial government. Seeing that PI-P niler Ooiden uinnot conveniently un do the prclimiiiHij labor and exncnie liy Canada in naval, defense, it Is an- ticipated herp ho maj not altogether reverse Mn predecessor's .plans but LTirj it out on modified imperlil Ines with the Australian, co-partner ship arrangement as tho model. Temperanco workers .will Uunch it ocal o.ution campaign In Berlin. INDICTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER Verdict of Coroner's Jury Inquiring Into Lacombe Explosion Lacombe, Alta., Oct. Ev- erett G. Mcljeod came to Ms dentil from Injuries received from the explo- sion of :i trunk in the baggage room or the C.P.H.- depot at Lacombe oiV the evening Of October .12, 1911, and from evidence produced it is of the opinion ot Hie jury that the trunk causing rue death of the said Everett G. .Mc- ijeod was chocked over tha C.P.H; rrom Red Deer to Lncdmbc by Henry ueonurd Neln and Harry Leine. The ahove is tlie verdict ot tho.cor- oner's jury on the death of the C.P.n. baggageman who was killed In the ex- Plosion which wrecked the depot heia on the ]2th Inst. Bickfonl. the assis- tant, baggagemont, who was also se- verely injured at the time, was able to lean; tile hospital and appear Ije- lore the jury. He-Is still very suffers from the- severe burns re- ceived. His evidence was with inference to the trunk which exploded ami wnich was taken off the train by him on tbe evening of the accident. Several other witnesses were called with reference to -the trunk, the most damaging evidence to the partioa un- ncr arrest IMng given by the liag- gagcmastor at lied Deer, who iilenti- lied positively and Neln as.be- ing the parties who checked tho trunk Irom Hod Deer to Lacombe. .b'rom evidence brought out, the trunk contained a amount ot potaslnm chlorate and magnesium met nl powder. Loine and Neln were taken to Fort SaaKntchewnn tonight by the R. N. W. .11. I'., to await a preliminary, trlaj on a charge of McRAE SENTENCED TO PEN FOR LIFE Cornwall. Out., Oct. McRae, who was found guilty yester- day of manslaughter, received sen- He was sent to tlie peii- uentiary for life The sentence marks tho conclusion easy that lias seized the interest tlie country >by reason of the nOig- lons element that entered into it. There were 710 religious differences, nowever, among the twelve men who Drought in tho verdict, though nt loast wo of the jury ware Koniau Catholics On the first ballot it Is sakl thati one for acquittal, and nine fo: After McRae wns lot to his cell on tiie ground flooi H' the aid jali building he was vleitei >y his nephew, Jim McRae. The ol( nan wa-j badly shaken, and his moau ng. was pitiable. PINCHER CREEK IMnoher Greek, Oci. of people, comprising both 'political par- ties, flocked to tho1 opera house on night-to hpar U. fl. Bennett jlu his address to tho electors, tho j building being i fined to excess. Tho 'splendid'decorations which liad adorn- ed the -walls und ceilings of the hall on tt-j occasion of the military ball the previous evening, had 'been to do iecond hand duly for the recep- tion of this Tory leader. The meeting; was billed to at H-30, but shortly after 8 o'clock A. C. Kemmlfl. John Herron, K. B. Bennett, John Kemmis und a host of other j well Conservatives took thel sents on the platform. Tlva no1 stereotyped address of the chairman A. C. Kemmis, at these Conservativ gatherings was repeated, with th Blight variation of- substituting Mr li'ennett's name for those importation that had gone before. Waxing elo In Mr. Bennett's behalf, th chairman said it would be miperfluou on his port to introduce the name fllr. Bennett, 'but the gentleman him self, wild was known throughout Can Vancouver to Montreal.' On rising to address, the audience Mr. Bennett was given "a rousing re ceptlon, who after expressing his gratification of once more being ii 1'Incher Creek, sandwiched with the usual application of soft soap ou such occasions, took his hearers back to the days of the oJH North-west Terr] torlal govternment at Hegina at the srage of the parting.of the ways prior to the establishment of the provinces of Saskatchewan ami Alberta. Even it that distant date the speaker claim- ed to have seen through the workings of the Liberals In the matter of ac- cepting a stipulated amount of money annually from the federal government n lieu of the control of the natural of the two new provinces. Coming down to the A. and G. ransaction, Mr. Bennett in hla hlgh- iounding, voluble over the letaHs of. the same in the manner >est suited to appeal to the stenaitive ieaits of Conservatives. With the an- ics of an amateur actor he attempted comparison portrayal of the actions f Premier Siftou tuward the Royal tank at Edmonton with those of BUI Hn'ar and Jesse James, the notorious INCURABLE INDIGESTION cmwmv am IT "FBUIT-HIVES" OUT., October ijih. "I liave been troubled (or yeirj with Indigestion, twd have tried nearly every kind of medicine. I used "Fruit- more or less, for 'eighteen LOSES FORTUNE 3HE MARRIES Hamilton, Out., Oct. 0 reening, former president of the :reenlng Wire Works Co., who died recently, left an estate valued at To his widow he bequeathed. fj a year as long she does not marry again. The balance IE divided among his family. WILL TRY A NEW MAN Simcoe, Oct. Norfolk Con- servatives today nominated Dr. Wm. McCJeo ft Ottorfonl, for the legislature I. 1'. Innes, .11. H. P. hoving decided o retire. King's College, nt Windsor, N. s., is using for extension purpos- For regulating the bowels, invigorating the and stirring up the lazy liver Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have proved for over half a century, in every quarter of the world, absolutely and most effective. 25c. a box everywhere- Like Mr. ;itfchener, his successor s leader of the Conservative party in he Alberta legislature, Mr. Bennett makes nee. of tiresome repetitions and iie freciuency with which "J merely ay. this in used at every di- ersion, positively nnuoyi'ig i many of his hearers. All through Mr. Bennett's address it ecame obvious to the most disinter- sted that Dr. AVarnock's application the term "'bluffer" and "grama- hone" to the windy orator from Cal- ary was rankling in that conceited entleman's lieart. Not a singta op- ortunity was lost by Mr. Bennett to et even with the Doctor by the us sarcasm and ridicule, the Letl ilge Herald, Hon. Duncan "Marshal nd Premier SIEton not escaping thi ylo of platform dope, posing his head at one stage in hi isire for approbation at tho hand the audience, Mr. Bennett violate dignity and etiquette of the lega ofession by retailing in public th nils of his business with the "in rgentb" of the Alberta leglslatur the time they demand'ad a. roya mmlssioi over the A. G. W. deal even went so far as to yloal ove the fact that they paid him weii, ant that Dr. Waruock was one of those who had to so dowii-in his pocktet for tnat purpose. From first to last tho address, shon of its oratorical flights and subter ruges, wn-3 a cringing appeal to the political passions of his hearers, who were told times without number that if they elected John Koss, Mr. Borden JOHN REDMOND. "1-niit-a-tii-es" will'Curo every trace of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, lllrnting .and Tain After Eating. Take them one before and at bedtime the intensified fruit juices a chance to regulate your and yon will be cured. 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial size, 25C. At all dealers, or from Fruit-a- tives Limited, Ottawa. Unlld of St. John's church went mer- rily on this afternoon und evening, fol- lowed by n Thanksgiving supper and terminating with a concert. Thero was a good attendance'arid -the Inc responsible for the affair'.win re likely nmke a good financial slioxviiis out of it. Outside of the matched foot race in the afternoon there wan 'no excite- ment In town during Thanksgiving Day. i BUILDING NEW DREADNOUGHTS London, pet. Ships o.f the Brit- sh Dreadnought type continue :row as the fleet increases in num- 'ers. The shipB of the King George class, four in number, 'the, first of has just been launched, are of tons ana this seems to be de- Met! .upon as the limit for the prea- nt by the British Admiralty. At least AFTER SCALP OF KEIR BARDIE Liberals art out for Ki'of [Innlie's sculp. compromising .Socialist has been Ago- ing up and down the country ,'..COB- ileiiniing the government particularly, or their action calling out Hie trbous at tlic time o( the-railway strike. Lloyd George took 'the lead when gnve Me. llardiu a' dressing down'1 n the House of Commons, which, icwoVer, made the Socialist leader litlcrer than ever! a'nil his attacks .nvc been so.severe- that even ahor leaders have hail to repudiate hem. The Liberal revenge is. to .tike tlic form of opposing the re-elec- tion of Mr. Harciic for Mor.thyr.-Tyd- vil. Hardic is a .Scotchman amihas not able to manage the language of Wales To most of Ills, constitu- ents Welsh is their native tongue. Hardic is therefore to be carried On in Welsh, which the Chancellor of the Exchequer and most of the Liberal leaders can talk as vlell as they can English, and it generally carries a Welsh audience. Whether it will.wean the Welsh miners from their socialist member remains to be 'Seen. endors juat been called for the would take it for granted that they were content with the present state of thiugs, but that ii: they elected John Kemmis he would understand wanted control of their natural re- sources. Working on tlio miuda of the un- sophisticated in the crowd he told them that he had lieanl since coming o town that the Liberals were spread- ng the report that if Kemmis was elected the Canadian Northern rail- vay would slop construction proceed- ngg toward this town. This and sev- eral other falsities garnished the ful- -some harnugue of the western Con- servatives' "litt'ic" tin gotl, who took inusual care to refrain from a. reply o Premier Sifton's statement that it akes common sense, not oratory, to olve the A. G. W. deal with tho Tovincc. Last Friday night the second an- imi military bnii of Squadron J3. A'l- erta Hangers, took place in tlie opera ouse and was a brilliant, dashing af-1 Hr, Tho hall was artistically decor- ted for the occasion with bright lined treamora descending from the colling nd other niceties oti the Avails. In neighborhood of two hundred per- sons were present, who had the thnci 01 their lives dancing (o exqnlfilto music supplied by a first dapj orohes- trn. Supper was served at. the llolel Arlington, the menu for which was tho of chnfccst culfnai-y order and In eeplnp with the success of the whole Tlie ealc of work by the Ladles' (instruction in private yards' of 'two f the vessels provided for lii'tbe cur- ent year's naval estimates, and. it aid dial they will resemble the v els of. the King George V. class. The ther two ships oC this year's pro- ram are to be" built at Portsmouth nd Devonport's docltynrds; and iC iy great advance, is to. made it ill be in those ships over, which the dmiralty will have complete control om the time the keel is made. In all four ships there will >LVJ an advance 111 connection with the .torpedo repell- ing guns aud the horsepower will be iricreased in order; that -the speed of 21 knots may 'ansily'tb inaintain'ed as aid the Orion in her recent trials. The Tifth big ship to be laid down this year will be a cruiser, of -the Lion type so Unit firitajn will have a fleet of of 2S knot. speed with practic- ally the fighting powar of battleship. AVHhoiit the vessel of tiiis year's :pro- ;ram Great Britain has now complet- ed, launched or building. 3iJ modern oattleshipB and cruisers gradimting rrom tons Dreadnought to UUO tons King George V. RUFUS POPE .WILL LIVE AT K'NpWLTON Jv'iowlton; Quo., Oct. H. 'Jope, ex-lf. P. for Compton, has pur- cnaseil E. .1. E. Fay's house on Vic- orla sttset, Knowlton. In addition, he has also purchased a lot for a. inmer cottage on the shore o'f the ake. This move on Uie part of .Mr. Pope Has caused a good deal of speculation n political circles, ft is thought that residing In Brome county tie would be qualifying himself as a resident of Bedford district, and thns offset any pressure that might be brought against him as 'being a non-resident of tbe district. Thero is talk also that ;Mr. Baiter, the present' member, may not run again, and that Mr. Pope wants to 'be fully qualified for nom- ination when that time arrives. Cascarets For a Sick, Sour SOCIETY IN FLUTTER Ottawa, Ont., Oct. speculation, not to'.'say apprehension, prevails in social circles in Ot-tawa.as to condltiona governing at Hal under the regime of tire Duke of Con- naught. There Is a feeling that the Invita- tion list for State and social functions tnere may be submitted to a process of elimination. Gently but thoroughly cleanse ulate your Stomach, Liver, and Bowels while yeu ileep. TJmt awlul sourness, belching.. of acid and foul gases; that pain in the pit of tho the bcarthurn, nervousness, bloating after eating, feeling of fullness, dizziness and slcU headache, incans indigestion; L disordered stomach, which )e regulated until you remove the :ause. ft isn't your stomach's..fault. 'our stomach is as good as any. Try Cascarets; they .cure indiges- ion, because they immediately cleanse nd regulate the stomach, remove' .the sour, undigested and fermenting food ind foul gases; take fche 'rom the liver and carry off the de- comjtosed waste matter and poison 'rouv the intestines and bowels. Then .'our stomanh trouble for-. ever. A Cascaret toniibt will itrmight- en you out by Ifkjent box 'rom any drug store Trill keep your entire family feeling good for months'. Joii't forget the little nsides need a good, gentle cleaning, oo. HON. DR. REAUME NOMINATED Windsor, Ont., Oct. Hon. Jos- eph O. Reanme, minister of public works in the Ontario ca.binet, this af- .ernoon received the .uiifiualified anil practicaly unanimous (indorsation of North Essex Conservatives as their candidate in the provincial election. There were but two names on the bal- ot Dr. Readme and Solomon White, P., present mayor of Cobalt The one vote taken showed Dr. teauine the choice pt the convention 820 to 152. London Liverpool Xow is the time to make reuir- vation for Fall and Christmas'sail- ings. Unexcelled accommodation for Third Cloas PanBengers. Clatwi rooms. Large, new, twin-screw steamers. Special- railroad fares ip connection with ocean to Europe. f Ciinard Line Cs-.sdis" Service. S.S. Oct. 7; S.S. "AseaB- in." Oct. 21; S.S. Nov. 4; S.S. Nov. IS. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION New S.S. December 2nd; For further information apply to any Steamship or Railway Agent H. Lhlniiin, General Agent, Canadian 445 MAIN Winter Excursion Rates ROUND TRIP 6 MONTHS LIMIT. On Sale Daily. Nov. 10th to Dec. 31st FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA THE KOOTENAV3 -----TO----- GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, SCANDINAVIA 4 THE CONTINENT Christmas Ships ST. JOHN and LIVERPOOL Emprefs of Britain ....Fri. Dee. I Lake Manitoba '......Sat. Dec, 3 Empress of Ireland ...Frl. Dec. 15 Kor vesorvallons of berths or further particulars apply any Rail- way A'Bcnt. J. S. CARTER, Central Main St., WINNIPEG St. Lawrence Sailings Lake Manitoba .Thur. Oct. 12 Empresi of Ireland ....Fri. Oct. 20 Lake Champlain ....Thur, Oct. 2t Emprot of Britain NovJ 3 Lake Manitoba .....Thur. Nov. EmprvM of.Ireland .iFri. Nov.-17. Lake Champlain ....Thur. Nov. 21 Sailing from St. Lawrence.