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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Winnipeg, Manitoba Sun p.m. Moon 14, 1912. TWENTY-EIGHT Nov. 14. The weather forecast for today i as Fair and BALKAN WAR for Supplies Army Told Will be Only fining Point for Wey Will End War Only to Face Almost Unparalleled WORLD'S NEWS SUMMARY of Nov. 14.-A to ihe this afternoon the transportation at the war of- cessation of hostilities been official summoned for military informed them that cease this evening and that supply contracts be papers say that M. has been talta mission to discuss the terms f 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 into Porte declares that this is im- to even if the the capital hiis the Sultan is in It that the Greek claims cholera camp was at twenty new cases being An Uskub despatch to the wsr in has Servian and Greek on only scattered maits the Turkish army which has insisting of from and other by ud demoralized by their doubtful if tney an offer much The war correspondent of Daily writing from Hadem near says that Europe is about to see a nation in the irip of death by starvation this A famine on a scale rarely seen in Indian and China lias claimed hs population of all of Eastern in What is more serious to Turkish people than mere military adds the is the fact of the native population ing been It is in Constantinople that have ended and contractors for supplies have been warned that their agreements TV 111 be Page 15.. Bands of Turks and Albanians are raiding country and women and children refugees are dying of hunger and exposure the Page 15. Austria agrees to allow a port in the Adriatic and another ly with ind prospects general war Page 15. The Bulgarian both at ople and proved unbearable and success was deemed a matter of Page 15. GENERAL NEWS reminiscent the frasas over last Home were witnessed in the com- mons over Premier motion to rescind the Banbury amendment Page i- TaCt issues proclamation charges on foreign ships using the Panama in which no ence is made to exemption of wise 1. is raised that the utilities commissioner has sole of rights in scheme as result of recent Page 10. Toronto rumor says GOVERNMENTS ANNOYED Over Introduction of a Nationalist Labor BE ONLOOKERS Conservatives to Have Week for Parliamentary government U frankly annoyed by the surprise in through the an- at the eleventh hour Leopold formerly chief izer lor Louis would contest the election of the latter in announcement that the Liberals would not a candidate in the field was received with erable relief by the members of the by whom it was expected that Hon. Mr. would then go in by Now it is an- Nov. a busy Bounced there viill be It session Provincial is. true that the campaign en- an Synod this a proposal dure longer a but tlie submitted by of expected to be able to devote SYNOD TO BE HELD IN WINNIPEG Presbyterians Decide on Meeting Place at Brandon Session DR. SHEARER A SPEAKER Makes Attack on Gambling and Other of Over dred Thousand be seconded that next year's synod be to in was carried time unmolested by outside business of the coming RATES President issues clamation Fixing Charges on Foreign CANAL TO PAY OWN WAY No Reference to of Wise Shipping Which Great Britain Protested NOT GUILTY J. H. Neal Not Responsible for Fatal Train OVERCOME WITH COAL STEAMER DISASTER deal The took up a great deal of time in the This was toy ward Brown arid gave general j The j Mr. who is of Conservative and who for- merly organized on behalf of the Nov. Taft tonight issued a the rates that the foreign Shipping of the world shall pay for passage the Panama The made under the canal act passed toy establishes a authority of congress m chant vessel rate of ner net ton actual 4t> Beveridge again George of himself opposed to any i naval programme which does not with a re- on ships in The provisions lor proclamation are submitted for a It is generally as that a he has the support merchant to the under I or vessels carrying Kenzie has fresh plans for Electric in course Page IS. Minimum salary limits affecting baseball teams is disposed by tional association of professional Pase 6. Seven missing persons are probably drowned as result of sudden of steamer Page 1. sets verdict oi in- juries in Winnipeg street car costing him bis Page 28. Officers of Fort Garry Horse chase old Carson dairy building site for new Page rusty played will be big Terence was per net as. the papers should i to effect in less than This was agreed If was de- the of the riding would take 18. to ba Page 6. tlie rate of tolls for vessels with lutely no in the campaign has sengers or cargo naval other than that the narus of has been appointed Juit a mission in Winnipeg for a given government confidence that to the Manitoba Coderre will have a comparatively 50c. per Dr. presented a report on easy But they are talcing no killed in the yards at 1 this Page 1. in mourning qf Premier Tile Spanish nation is for the assassination Page 13. Canoe club will dinner and smoker at Royal on Nov. 18- Page 6- Credit for good work is given a on the Robertson said a great number of people had and had been though no There had been established the Robertson lectureship from ments made last a scholarship had also this well worth writing It was proposed to publish a book con- the thys In ten would provide an history of church .in Canada He had appointed -as first and in this capacity he would go to week and after that During his recent visit to Saskatchewan had realized did not think the cam of much to raise in to least in Dr. Wherever Dr. had on Dr. the had been a. So the largest the Surprise of 1908. Politicians recall surprise in 1908. when Alphonse labor defeated the Liberal in Maisonneuve by a able .It is believed that Mr. Doyon will a big vote on count of the general bitterness which is felt in the labor ranks over the recent action in refusing a board of the hood of Railway Employees now out on strike on P. apeak on of Mr. in In addition several Mr. including Hon. Messrs. speak during anc i supply 50c. per displacement army and navy hospital and supply per net to be measured by the rules as are employed in the nage of merchant secretary of will prepare and prescribe such rules for the measurement of vessels and such as may be necessary and proper to carry this into and American Coastwise American exempt from con- It was to this of the act that Great Britain but no reference to the in- Had Taken Precautions to Protect Rear of court of general sessions of re- opened this and the case to before the jury was the trial of J. the con- who was charged with neglect to the rear of train -in an accident last J. F. appeared for the and Neal was defended J. P. of Machin Evidence was relative to the orders under Neal's was running and tlie special be- hind the engineers the two trains The defence showed that Neal had taken some to his train by out a and claimed that it was due to the fact that he was overcome with coal gas while in that further cautions wore not Dr. Chapman evidence along these Following the summing up by Judge the jury and in 15 minutes returned a. verdict of not and Neal was The case was an assault in the township of Tlie ence showed a among a wood which grew into an assault The found not the day the grand Jury re- turned reporting that the and other public buildings Inspected toy them were in good and that a new registry office was iu course report by ing a recommendation that the ment asked to assist the Royal Jubilee by reason of patients that are received there unorganized and which necessarily paying The Is one that should be to by the SWITCHMAN KILLED Terence J. Run Over in Terence J. in of the Winnipeg Joint killed in 'the yards by being run over by a. freight engine at 1.15. this Two Bodies Recovered Seven Persons Missing Are Probably BOAT SANK SUDDENLY Three Ottawa Commercial lers Suffering in Reaching KNOWN Certain Aaron body floated Patrick proprietor of O'Brien leaves widow and grown-up body found on island by search PROBABLY G. P. 103 Nepean traveller for F. Castle aged 27 J. owner of the leaves widow and Mrs. Fort aged 80. William M. Renfrew Barry's Robert M. J. Alden Ot- traveller for Canadian dated Rubber Co. Gordon C. 56 Second traveller for Corticelli Silk Co. J. S. 29 1-2 Thornton traveller for General Supply Co. was made in the president's naval vessel without the the because authorities a will it unnecessary to the Mr uselessness from its navy patched to the scene of the is that prime pocket to reported the man gead an arrival and lie to have fallen over a pile of coal on the and falling in front of the en- gine was caught dragged a ance of about 100 Serr geant who was at once minister In. meeting and it is improbable any announcement made the to The rates In the practically the same as on the body was ordered to be taken to Thomson's The deceased is 43-years and leaves a widow and seven Nov. on the has instructed the to apply to tiie Bulgarian binder for an eight a view to opening direct tions for This decision seems to show that Turkey has little hope of being able hold the lines against the There is no news as to the Bulgarian commander met the situation at the judging paucity of news allowed to Item either is been heavy 12, Constantinople re- us wounded were and the Vienna rom Porte l now we of positions by the ya the of the The same that the main attack on las been delayed two on at last have arrived at with respect to 's has opened nt be p. maUc situation is M. t speech delivered at not speak too all danger is not shippers the board of Annual oE Winnipeg Hockey Page 6. Tommy belt for competition Pase 6. lady curlers meet and organize for coming Pase 6. The markets saw the deadest ing witnessed for many Page IS. Hunt clubs elects board of directors for coming Page 6. The Rt. Hon. James Page 5. markets are weaker and Page 19. building and realty Pass IS. Fluctuations in Winnipeg 19. Britain's trade is still Page IS. General and 7. Editorial Page 4. Imperial Page 11. Commercial 13- DIES Frank 377 Stella peg Railroad Nov. at the Jubilee hospital this of Frederick the well known 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 Pages 6 A Reader's Scenes Marked Home Rule Debate in House of Commons Uproar Ended in Riot When Premier Finance Carried on Snap Recalling Scenes Which Knell to Gladstone His Home Rule Pelted With Agenda Papers and Heavy Book Thrown at Winston Rings with Cries of and for Which Sir William Hammersmith's Pugilistic was Ordered Out by Speaker to Fail and Sitting of House Twice tion Without Cables H. F. 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 Question Before Cable from the Free Press Corespondent in the House of London Nov. which takes a lively interest in does its serious tion Perhaps it rainy perhaps this toots more like a joke perhaps a practical joke -a two piled on top it pretty smothered when it off perhaps the people axe point of will be a government majority of. over a hundred whatever was the wus this when 'the the house cor- were 4be galleries well was no great Amongst the peers who were there to see the get a peppering were the Marquis of Curzon of were minister did not enter he until three got Ms passed affecting a has never and were mere beem taken a of the Robert Cecil like ancient other Unionists the validity the last part of allows the to walk wanted to if there any Thus appealed Mr. Speaker said there drove a hole the cheers from the law against the house a if it so on Unionist did not like to coine to WILL LEAD OPPOSITION Vs now in readiness for the of the Krst session of the t f assembly of the will all due and even ceremony tomorrow after- dt 3 Last the the s in reply to the speech from u Scott T expected of cabinet jjj occupy hia every member be Tho r f T Ior T by w. Jaw the ex- will B. of who will Of The who was well known in Winnipeg presided with his family at 377 His wife and mother were to bedside on and left for Kenora im- mediately on receipt of the The arrangements tor the funeral have not yet been WEATHER Canadian meteorological service Swift Current 44 Prince M 36 Hat 53 40 lair yesterday out the with about the same tempera and maximum 46-50- 32-4O; Calgary 28-34; Parry Sound 50-34 38-42- John 3'l36; 42-5S; 20-36 22-iO; 43-56: 56-42. 32-34; MARINE NEWS OCEAN Volturno Breslau Duca P: Pomeranian Koma Quebec Boston m. Havre Lisbon Force Breme Geno Yor New Yor New Tor Yor New Tor 7-elcom-e. beea carpeted for seemed in good feces the supporters a of rj tii Nov. lives are be- to have teen lost on the waska river to soon 1 when old wheel steamer and sank three miles out Barry's Bay after springing a Of the twelve trp of were and two bers ci the three Gordon C. J. S. Im- and J. M. all of commercial alive to toll thP story of the terrible found late tonight a search out trom an island about three miles down the in a very ex- hausted They were to farmhouse and there they are The body of Captain ill-fated by the search party near the where the steamer to T. life preserver The body of. Patrick of also found on the where he died of. exhaustion to the cold after thrown ashore by the surging with little in his Steamer Filled From the brief story of the disaster obtained at tlie three they say the Mayflower a leaU soon after she left Her hold rapidly filled water on board quickly death a moment to decide on lives could be A was sweeping down over the was sweeping down over which is nearly a wide at the where the st a round was 3Srot a seen The boat began to lurch a a little and then crashed to olo coal oil lamps went the floor and in a keeled over broadside and 3 throwing was on Paso just in this Create iNew On the iti If freedom broadens precedent any more to on the spot whenever they were In the kangaroo is jump almost Joto was in and countenance hoary of a smile v The in not to say fun out of It got laugh on Winston te the This tie proceeded speech the cleared gone but on snap divisions have a goes out 011 a division if it go if it is get up it full itself a a later stage lines tire premier's argument was tout o-f in these The o a a four majority against Balfour in when the Balfour government true that at that and Lloyd were humble in of the LOOKING BACKWARD Press was Thirty-Five Yeari Ago 1877- Oysters in SI Ter -as at meeting t committee of protested that government in duty bound is neither here be- Thirty Years Ago General Manager Van and returned end None on side of the I before me whose buzz is bigger j romp The newspapers had threatened that debate be The house it it Premier's It the moment Premier Asquith to rested his on the despatch and read his motion that the amendment be and that the nest Home Rule day be reckoned the sixteenth allotted day just as if had This you will lias two loaded one to the other to turn the clock back 'a There long argument on of for this that has been often of argue -on side 6? tie case as circumstances the left a member of parliament what the 'a may have Another of the was these necessary but the fingers at the snap for snap 1905 more than a snap four camel's for government went out of office and was overwhelmingly defeated three months In five years the last Conservative government twenty-one seats gained two in While this government in and lost in The case was not all fours with a government whose majority in the house was well on IH a. jn Donald held a for his new The corner McDermott John Emslie of St. Andrew's Twenty The Canadian Northwest Land com- be incorporated in Tie Operatic society held its are stase in the
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