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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                Sun rises, a.m.; sets. p.m. Moon rises, p.m.; sets, plm. WINNIPEG; TITURSDAY, NOVEliBER 14, 1912. TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. MX113. Thursday, Nov. 14. The weather forecast for today i as follows. Fair and unchanged. BALKAN WAR NEWS. for Supplies 'to Army Told Agree- Will be Only fining Point for Discussion, Wey Will End War Only to Face ffirterof Almost Unparalleled Starvation. WORLD'S NEWS SUMMARY of mdon. Nov. 14.-A Constar.t.nople to ihe "Daily News" says: this afternoon the d.- transportation mfomred 'inquiries at the war of- r-tfrttii. cessation of hostilities alrwdy been arranged. Simui- official summoned hTf'contractors for military sup- informed them that hostili- cease this evening and that !g supply contracts v-6uld be papers say that M. Popoff, dragoman, has been talta mission to discuss the terms f pxe. At the Russian embassy today w's stated that the only remaining Acuity was the insistence on the at of Bulgaria on the formal entry her-troops into Constantinople. Porte declares that this is im- tssible to grant, even if the Bulgar- the capital immsdiately, hiis the Sultan is in residence. It also'stated that the Greek claims excessive. "A cholera camp was opsnod at today, twenty new cases being there." An Uskub despatch to the "Daily wsr in Ifiace- has practically..been .concluded. ambincd Servian and Greek on Monastir, Yiifft'Vnert only scattered frag- maits ..of the Turkish army which efhi PasVia has bse'n insisting of from Kuma- Katsohana, Vtles and other   Beveridge again presided. George Bdmison; of Brandon, himself as- opposed to any i naval programme which does not pro- capacity, with a re- on ships in ballast. The provisions lor proclamation are submitted (vide for a plebiscite. It is generally as ii-u J.-PIOPOSEU that a pro- -hnre f.hat he has the support merchant gramme. committee' be. "appointed to of" the "nationalists under 'Henri Bour- I passengers; or vessels cargo, carrying Kenzie has fresh plans for -Winnipeg Electric in course '..t completion. Page IS. Minimum salary limits affecting baseball teams is disposed by Na- tional association of professional clubs. Pase 6. Seven missing persons are probably drowned as result of sudden sir.kins of steamer near'Barry's Bay. Page 1. -Boy sets verdict oi .Jor in- juries in Winnipeg street car accident, costing him bis hand. Page 28. Officers of Fort Garry Horse pur- chase old Carson dairy building site for new armory. Page Varsity-McGHl rusty played Laandc-wne will be big event. Terence ,1. Doyle, was _ _ per net as. the papers should 'be'.drawn i to the. effect that, in cent, less than up. This was agreed to. If was de- with-their former: drclsions the Lib- erals of the riding would take abso- 18. match, to ba Park, .Ottawa, Page 6. _.___ cargo, tlie rate of tolls for vessels with -pas- lutely no part- in the campaign has sengers or cargo naval vessels, other than cided that the narus of Dr.' Jarvis, has been appointed "to 'cQnd-uct u__w Juit a mission in Winnipeg for a year, be.' given .'the government confidence that transports, bransferred to the Manitoba presbytery.'Mr.' Coderre will have a comparatively jsuppiy ships, 50c. per dispiacemem Dr. Bryce. presented a report on easy win. But they are talcing no killed in the C.'N.R. yards at 1 _o-clockj this morning. Page 1. in mourning qf Premier Tile Spanish nation is for the assassination Canalejas. Page 13. Canoe club will -hold" annual- dinner and smoker at Royal .-Alexandra on Nov. 18- Page 6- Credit for good work is given to'the a .report on the Robertson memorial, and' said a great number of people had subscrib- ed, and the. sunv-of had been raised, though no canvass: had; made. There had been established the Robertson lectureship from arrange- ments made last :year; a scholarship had also .been this .would.be well worth writing for. It was proposed to publish a book con- taining the thys In ten yea.rs' time; would provide an .excellent history of the. church .in Canada He had ..been, appointed -as :the first Rob- ;erUon lecturer, and in this capacity he would go to "Winnipeg neiit week and after that further; east.. During his recent visit to Saskatchewan had realized and" did not think the cam of would-be.too much to raise in Manitoba. 'He CKpected to 'raise at' least in '..V.'Iiini'- coiisiaermg li-o'ric'. Dr. "Robertson- 'had'done there. Wherever -he, Dr. Brj-ce. had frlveii liia1 lectitre on Dr. Robertson, the great- superin- tendent, there. had been a. snlendi-l'.re- sponse. So -hafl 'con- tributed the largest proportion. the .Three.) chances. Surprise of 1908. Politicians recall tlife surprise in 1908. when Alphonse Veri'ille, labor candidate, defeated the Liberal can- didate in Maisonneuve by a comfort- able majority. .It is believed that Mr. Doyon will poll, a big labor, vote on ac- count of the general bitterness which is felt in the labor ranks over the gov- ernment's recent action in refusing a board of "concilliation to' the Brother- hood of Railway Employees now out on strike on the. C.P.R. Hon.-L. P. Pelletier, -will apeak on behalf: of Mr. Coderre, in -Montreal'to- morrow. In addition several .-of Mr. Coderre's colleagues, including Hon. Messrs. Crothers, Do.herty: and; Naritel'-will speak during .the'week.; anc i supply ships, 50c. per displacement ton; army and navy transports, colliers, hospital ships, and supply sliips, per net ton, the-vessels, to be measured by the -same rules as are employed in 'determining the net- ton- nage of merchant vessels. "The secretary of -wwr- will prepare and prescribe such rules for the measurement of vessels and such re-- gulations as may be necessary and proper to carry this oproclaamtion into Cull-force and effect." American Coastwise Shippinu Exempt. American .coastwise -shipping .was exempt from _ toll, --payment-' -by con- gress. It was to this (provision of the act that Great Britain dtoloma'ticali protested-, but no reference to the in- Had Taken Precautions to Protect Rear of Train. Kenora, Out., court of general sessions of t-he -was re- opened this morning, and the nrst case to co'me before the jury was the trial of J. H.'Neal. the C.P.R. con- ductor, who was charged with neglect to .guard the rear of 'his train -in an accident last -September. J. F. Mac- illivray, K.C., appeared for the crown, and Neal was defended -by J. P. Stanton, of Machin Stanton. Evidence was .given relative to the orders under -which Neal's train- was running and tlie .passenger special be- hind it, the engineers >of the two trains vine- evidence. The defence showed that Neal had taken some (precautions to kuard his train by throwing, out a fuse, and claimed that it was due to the fact that he was overcome with coal gas while in that further .pre- cautions wore not taken. Dr. Chapman gave, 'medical, evidence along these lines. Following the summing up by Judge the jury retired, and in 15 minutes returned a. verdict of not guilty, and Neal was released-. The -second case was an assault case! in the township of Pellatte. Tlie evid- ence showed a mix-rfp among a cord- wood community, which grew into an assault charge. The .prisoners found not smilty. Durinsr the day the grand Jury re- turned their- presentment, reporting that the court-house, jail, and other public buildings Inspected toy them were in good sha-pe, and that a new registry office was iu course of" erec- tion. Tnelr report concluded' by add- ing a recommendation that the -govern- ment be. asked to assist the Royal Jubilee -hospital..-here by reason of many, patients that are received there tr-dm unorganized districts, and which necessarily .are. ..not paying patients. The recommendation. Is one that should be .attended to by the govern- ment. SWITCHMAN KILLED Terence J. Doyle' Run Over in C.N.R. yards. Terence J. Doyle, switchman, in employ, of the Winnipeg Joint '.Ter- accid'entally killed in 'the yards by being run over by a. freight engine at 1.15. this morning. "While engaged' Two Bodies Recovered Whiifc Seven Persons Missing Are Probably Drowned. BOAT SANK SUDDENLY Three Ottawa Commercial Travel- lers Suffering in Reaching Short, KNOWN DEAD. Certain Aaron Parcher, Comfaermtre, mRrtied; body floated ashore. Patrick O'Brien, CornbermerC" pas- senger, proprietor of tu.e O'Brien House, Ccmbermere, married, leaves widow and grown-up family; body found on island by search party. MISSING, PROBABLY DROWNED.. G. P. Bothwell, 103 Nepean street, Ottawa- traveller for F. J- Castle Co.; aged 27 years. J. C, Hudson, Ccmbermere, owner of the boat, married. Wm. Boehme, Combermere, tailor, married, leaves widow and family. Mrs. MoWhirter, Fort Stewart, near- Comberrcere, aged 80. William M. Murphy, Rockingham, Renfrew county. J, Delahey, Barry's Bay. Robert Pachal, Yorkton, SasV. RESCUED. M. J. Harper, Alden Apartments, Ot- tawa, traveller for Canadian Consoli- dated Rubber Co. Gordon C. 56 Second aye-' nue, Ottawa, traveller for Corticelli Silk Co. J. S. Imisch, 29 1-2 Thornton streetf Ottawa, traveller for General Supply Co. cide.nt was made in the president's proclamation.- American' naval vessel are., -exempted without specific; mentinr _ _ the .act of-congress.'or the iT-iltT.'Marecfiat proclamation, because authorities a 'posit o? cabinet, will -also it unnecessary to explain-- the .._-------------- speak-for Mr Coderre.- uselessness .of .payment from its navy patched to the scene of the accident, ;lt is that -the prime departmettt pocket to the.one belong- reported the man gead an arrival and switching' lie to have fallen over a pile of coal on the side'Of-the track, and falling in front of the en- gine was caught and; dragged a dist- ance of about 100 feet. Patro'l Serr geant Outerson, who was at once Sis- minister .'Will .take '.any ...pact In. meeting and it is improbable that, any announcement -will be. made 'cainjjaisn the 'ins' to treasury, department. The rates namsd In the proclasna- practically the same as (Continued on Three) the body was ordered to be taken to Thomson's rooms. The deceased is 43-years and leaves a widow and seven children. London, Nov. Porte, on the iviee has instructed Na'zlm :sha, the 'iiirkish commander-in- iinoi, to apply to tiie Bulgarian coin- binder for an eight days' armistice, 'ith a view to opening direct negotia- tions for peace. This decision seems to show that Turkey has little hope of being able I'J hold the Tchatalja lines against the Balsariiiis. There is no news as to the Bulgarian commander met the request, however. situation at the front, judging -r.e paucity of news allowed to Item either side, is confusing. been heavy fighting, 12, Constantinople re- us wounded were front, and the :al- accurate. Vienna rom Porte l eo; now we of positions by the ya the neighborhoo'd of the Jtnes. The same correspond- that the main attack on las been delayed two -days on Mediation. at last have arrived at with respect to media- 's assumed, however, that, -rorte has opened negotia- nt be needed. p. maUc situation is easier, premier, M. Poincair0 t speech delivered at J'd not speak too hope- all danger is not shippers section'of the board of trade. 'Page IP. Annual meatics oE Monarcbs causes, commotlon.in Winnipeg Hockey league. Page 6. Tommy .Burns donates..gold belt for competition 'among-.. lightweights. Pase 6. Elmwood-Kildonan lady curlers meet and organize for coming season. Pase 6. The markets saw the deadest trad- ing witnessed for many years. Page IS. Hunt clubs elects board of directors for coming season. Page 6. The Rt. Hon. James ap- preciation. Page 5. -Wheat markets are weaker and lower. Page 19. Finance, building and realty news. Pass IS. Fluctuations in Winnipeg options. PcLge 19. Britain's trade is still booming- Page IS. General and 7. Editorial 'and Page 4. Imperial an.! Icreisn news. Page 11. Commercial news. 13- DIES OMNJURIES Frank Secbra, 377 Stella Av.e, Winni- peg Railroad Conductor, Dead. Kenora, Ont., Nov. death, at the Royal- Jubilee hospital this .morning of Frederick Secord, the well known conductor, who while boarding his train Sunday morning last at the Norman Bridge slipped and was dashed on the rocks below sustaining injuries from which he never rallied. sportims news. Pages 6 A Reader's Notes. Scenes Marked Home Rule Debate in House of Commons Uproar Ended in Riot When Premier Movbdto Finance Resolution, Carried on Snap Division, Recalling Scenes Which Proved-Death Knell to Gladstone and. His Home Rule Pelted With Agenda Papers and Heavy Book Thrown at Winston Churchill. Found-.its Rings with Cries of "Apes" and for Which Sir William Bull, Hammersmith's Pugilistic Member, was Ordered Out eiforts by Speaker to Fail and Sitting of House Twice Sugges- tion Without Precedent, Cables H. F. Gadsby, but Speaker Rules there is No Objection to Creating Fresh Pre- cedent if so Threaten to Preve nt All Business of the House if the Government Refuses to Accept Amendment as Settled Fact or :Resign and'Place Question Before .the Country. (Special Cable from the Free Press Corespondent in the PressjGallery, House of Commons, London Nov. 'public, which .usually takes a lively interest in -cabinet'crises, does not-hon-or-Uiis one'mt'li its serious considera- tion Perhaps it -was the'co-M, rainy -weather, perhaps this toots more like a .practical joke than- crisis, perhaps a practical joke that-has -a two days' de'bate piled on top -of it -mU-'-te pretty smothered when it -gets up. off the. floor, perhaps the people axe wait- the. point of -th-e joke, TvMeh will be a government majority of. over a hundred tomorrow.-ni-ght, whatever was the wus .-Yard this afternoon.ask- when 'the crisisin'g 'would begin. 'Inside the house .the ecene-was and- cor- idors were thronged-with members, 4be galleries 'were well filled, hoiigh there' was no great Amongst the peers who were there to see the Asquit3i --government get a peppering were the Marquis of L-ondonderiy Curzon of -Most ,1-tte'ministers were minister did not enter he -house until half-past- three ,-wh'en 'he got Ms "customary full-lunged passed affecting a Mil, has never 'occurred 'before, and greatly, di-s- law: pundi'ts. '.TteisaHitions tlrat were mere res-olutioiis ihave beem taken back, bu-t .n-ot a .resolution, of the Banbury. sort. L-ord Robert Cecil -wanted-it dMded.into tihree parts, like ancient Gaul; other Unionists dwibted the validity the last part of it, which' allows the -kangaroo- to walk foac'krorards Baifmir and1 Bo-nar Law- wanted to fcn-ow if there   members. Scott T expected of cabinet jjj occupy hia every member be present. Tho r f T Ior T by w. Jaw city, the ex- Qu'appelle, will B. Williushby of who will .Assume Of leading.the opposition. The deceased, who was well known in Winnipeg presided with his family at 377 faieua avenue. His wife and mother were -summoned to .his bedside on Sunday, and left for Kenora im- mediately on receipt of the message. The arrangements tor the funeral have not yet been completed. WEATHER REPORT. The, Canadian meteorological service ceaf- Swift Current 44 clear: Prince Albert, M cioSd" Battleford, 36 Hat 53 cloudy: 40 Ellmort- lair yesterday throush- out the west, with about the same tempera and maximum temperatures: v-i-cnuve" 46-50- Edmonton. 32-4O; Calgary iS-SO; -wVTnUi.es. 28-34; Parry Sound 50-34 Torenib 38-42- Monu-eal. ci-34: frt. John 3'l36; 42-5S; BattleCord. 20-36 Qu'Appelle. 22-iO; dor.. 43-56: Ottawa. Halifax, 56-42. 32-34; Quebec, MARINE NEWS OCEAN STEAJIEKS. Eenanno Volturno Breslau Duca P: Geneva. Pomeranian Xron Koma Ca.rpa.thta iVrriv-M at. Quebec Boston Ceclu- Kymoutii m. Plymouth. llottcrdam Havre Lisbon From. Force Breme Geno Jjtverpoi Yor New Yor New Tor New- Yor New Tor 7-elcom-e. The' go'vem-inent -wliips. thcragt they, toave beea carpeted for tfoeir slackness; seemed in good Immor- on-the feces the uent supporters a bright, of rj tii Ottaws., Nov. lives are be- lieved to have teen lost on the ifada- waska river to niarht soon afti'i' 1 'o'clock, when .the old wheel steamer Mayflower, a-small' fifty-foot boat, crayslzed and sank three miles out oi' Barry's Bay after springing a leak. Of the twelve peonle aboard, trp of -whom were .passengers and two mem- bers ci the crew, three namely: Gordon C. Teverley. J. S. Im- lach, and J. M. all of Ottawa, iind commercial travellers, ,vr3 alive to toll thP story of the terrible disast- er. Tliey -nere found late tonight a search -party T'ho rowefl out trom Bay, an island about three miles down the river, in a very ex- hausted condition.- They were .imme- diately taken! to -a.nearby farmhouse and there they are receiving- -everypos- sibie-carc and-attention..... The -dead body of Captain ParPhen skipper'-of -the ill-fated boat, was, picked.up by the search party near the .shore where the steamer is-sup-, posed, to have-sunk. T. life preserver 'on. The body of. Patrick O'Brien, of Comberrnere, :i: pas- scnser, .was: also found on the island, where he died of. exhaustion aii'd ex-.' to the cold after thrown ashore by the surging with little life. in his body. Steamer Filled Rapidly. From the brief story of the disaster that- could-be obtained at mirjiueiij from, tlie three survivors, they say the Mayflower sprang- a leaU soon after she left .Barry's Bay. Her hold rapidly filled with, water an.} 'hose on board quickly real.zet. tli.it death .was imminent. a moment to decide on lives could be saveo. A .Lwa was sweeping down over the was sweeping down over which is nearly a mile, wide at the po.it where the -boat st a leak. couid round was blank. 3Srot a 'be seen anywhere. The boat began to lurch a little, a little more, and then terribly, crashed to IILCIG olo coal oil lamps went out-I. the floor and in a te- darkness, boat; keeled over broadside and 'sank 3 throwing passengers, crew, was (Continued on Paso Three.} judgment, just in this Create iNew Precedent. On the iti seemed! a.igood'. ruling. If freedom broadens ifrom precedent :to precedent, "let Mbe'rals 'have th-eir -au-aroo any more :ftut to 
                            

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