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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald IV. Lelhbriilge, Albcrtai Wednesday, No vein her Number 271, I'AM TO GO, TOO" WAS BOY'S PATHETIC APPEAL ppidemic Nearly Wipes Out All of N. S. Family I Halifax, X. S., Oct. distal, ]ig.ami Inlal epidemic, has occurred of .lanies Gibson, n Jimapolis. Of Uio four byu-c lections in the. ,southern tQ gtop thc asgresslve movement -diterrancan will he scixftd unless she part of the comes as a big Of the Imperial troopt> and open .submits {to her fate.---This decision surprise to the Liberals of Edmonton, negotiations with the rebel was readier! at. a scries of secret con- while "the complete sweep is also rer General Liu Hun forthwith faiences OH Monday between Hear Ad- gartlecl with .some surprise by Chinese Veterans .miwil and members oi the -Conservatives. While tlie election of-'- Manilla; Nov 1 veterans cabinet. Aubrey .arrived'- in Rome Tweedie Calgary Riley lodd suddenly niifl secretly on Monday Gltiichcn, was conceded {niany jianjiia to China Nearly all old Chl- morning. Lengthy interviews with orals, it-was thought that neae soldiers who are emplojecl In or the premier and ministers of war, ing of the Dry Farming Congress forbear '-Manilla; have been marshalled navy, and foreign affairs foHowfidi'-JJelhbridge; in which Mon. Duncan .to and are holding daily Definite arrangements were made for sending -the Italian fleet into action against Turkey'si Mediterranean pos- sessions. prominent part, 'drills. Three companies of.; trained men are ready to leave at a moment's DR. J. S. STEWART, M.P.P. wore- 1545 votes polled in that part of lie city- comprising the provincial con- stiui-enny of the, city of Let.hbridga, giving C. A. Mngrnth a majority of BO that" Shepherd reduced the uonservative majoritj' in the city by -1 votes. Comparing tlva votes in the two elec- nons, it i-s found that in some places tltere were some notable features. At Westminster school, where M'agrath [juried out a majority of 50, Shepherd uinvdd.tho tables with a -majority of f-, stip.wintj that the Inhor vote 'of the nay was strongly in favor of the Sif- lon AL Conrtland St. BUILDING NOW BECOMING ACTIVE P. Burns Has Faith in the City Permits for October .Marshall took would help the administration in Lelhbridge city and Pincher Premier of China Liberals here say that, the same is; Tokio, Japan, the result'of the recent Federal elcc- circles here baie been assured on re- tions and doos not indicate disapprov- the of Yuan Shi Kni as nreimei of ChlnA, al o. the Sifton government, while js ono of the the Conservatives on the other hand ,ier which a Belgium syndicate assert that the dcicat of the adinin- agreed to float a time loan of IslraUon is near at hand. Today's tor the Pekin government. elections leave the standing of the j Demand! (or ,.............I Pekn, Nov. Shi Ksi today t urty Unorals to seven to the straight Conservatives, hut there is eriiment, outlining Mi ptans for bring- iilso (he RliUierfotil-Cross clenMiit t0 :ing about, peace In China He uju he reckoned with. In this portion oi i'irst that he he immeiiiately appointed the House there arc. thirteen Premier to hold oftic. temper. larily until the crisis is pait. Ha in- bers, and if they join forces with the 'tends to halt all Imperial totem vid opposition at the 'session, an aBgressive vote will stand 22 to 21, with the 'against the rebels stopped at spcnkcrs. anil counting Socialist p'-'Then lie to enter withont Brieii with the opposition! .This nia- negotiations with Li Joritv will scarcclv.lie sufficient to Hans' ''Ead of the es, Tvith a view to establishlni per- carry Ihn administration and a'; peace. He to Building miring the month bas been; two years to run. Premier general election would likely be the overtures directly to General Li and result. The present house has yet Jf necessary will visit the rebels' head- at Wu Chang Yllin's pro- GLEICHEN SEAT City went jre as expected, electing T. to sticcoad H. ff. Dennett, former member, by 11 IS over T. H. Skinner, Liberal. The vote was Twetid'le polling 270S to ar's 1599. In Gleiclien, Hrfrold Riley, former -'puty provincial secrelarv ami bra- ier of 'B. H. RUcy. ox-11. P. P., ilo bring before the jury the trom lollowed four years ago at 'Michel, out the court would not allow this Air. Taylor was prepared to (Continued on page n siHjutRiitlal majority as far as heard 1 C.P. R. Fireman Killed in Collision North of Calgary TJie majorities for the two can- (tidrtles are a.'; follows: Poll Ross- Kemmia PmrlitM- S'fation' IPlur-her Creek JFi'.ihmirn I Crooks............ n Dry Fork............. Ki Cowlcy.............. jUhijJiaan 17. Van'ow 2 -Mill........v n fi tVav-er Klines......... Twin Uuttc......... .11 llwanvlB Ploasant Vallny....... Sherwood's Mills .Maycroft............ a tie 0 the usual for this year, members of the cabinet who have :l'osals amount practically to union be government and the I'Vn tho Torv !is "ot i ono Ic-is. In 3tafToniville l'lolon" lor illc views cannot j-et be ascertained; l majoiliy in both elections osactly ilie'.snrac. 109. iilUioiigh thorn Wliitlakur iinil Hay have taken out was (Spei'ivil to the Herald.) i Calgary. Nov. cctetl ny majority of over 200. 'Onrrie was killed; laiigineor Houston nolla lo hear from, i big majority in Mlfiluirst, hlsjwas hnclly scalded and HiiEg.-.gemnn' poll, carried Gleiclien town by iCarson shnktMi Ujj wiion'fchc nnrtli Bassano by 77 and'Strachmore hy jbonml night from ('alaary Tho Liberate carried Hroolis by'1" Ertnioiilon crashed into u frqtelil, nt Kennnis' majority is nri with four Although the defeat of their candi- dale was unexpoc-led. were.-Hi ITIOTC votes polled in Ihe iMli.ltiins; .nit for their new m0v- Miiuher eicctiOii? than yesterday. picturL- theatre St. Tha result of yesterday's pollinre new building will he of tvaK: j brick ami will cost These men arc taking up the venture, liclicviny; Hint there i.'; a good open- I iuy for a movintr picture theatre to j provide ontcn-uinniiiiit- iu that part Oi Itlic city. Only the best films will be shown, and a manager who is thor- oughly convcrMint with the business will he put in cliargc. iiifins- fl'-'fiduii to build an ston-y lo his new block on Th'i-il Avc. It was at lirst inlcndnl oil hire Hall Colirtlahd i.niior Kali 10-1 Central .163 Kleetwood SO WestniinKtFir L'05 Jlincra' Hall 17S Shepherd Stewart i 59 102 IH 137 977 Total vot.o 7U5 -ilajoviiy for Stcnvnrt 18a. the results lile GAMEY Gore Bay, Out.. Nov. R. Oain- ey was again chosen as the Libvjral- Conserva-tivo standard bearer for Man- itouiin. Medicine Hat Citizens Sub- scribe Liberally for Publicity SOCIALISM IS STRONG THERE Los CaL, NOT. ism showed remarkable strength in nunicipul held yesterday and is a result John Itarriman, candi- date o" Hie Socialist will con- test with Crcorgc Alexander, lican, and hacked by a good govern- Medicine Hat, Alia., Ocl. n entliusiustic mass meeting of the mcnt league, for ol Los An- When- Tlie conntry .polls did not do as I for the Liberals as expected little stalion five miles north of Crosyfleld at .an early hour this'niorn- In tho bvi'-eleclion last A i lnB- Tnfousli caraleaeness tile switch i fh "Viu loft while tho freight was cArthur, Liberal, won by 200 onla sidt. track for the rltil to pass. An inquiry te being held.! N'oiurally (hero la much rejoicing h'hu dend us well as Ihs injured who In town among tlie Conservatives over LD TIME ENGINEER jdli hoIotiRod to the P'-lBEongor train, ithalr victory. DEAD AT BRANTFORD resided In Calgary, llrantrord, Ocl. f'rlmc, nicer of the and.Tlllsou- ig branch of tho Grand Trunk mil-1 PRINCE ALBERT'S POPULATION y, Is dead at his home here. In his! I'rluce Albert, Oct. nopiiln- year. wus one of the best i'ton of Prince Albert In special iwn engineers In the district hav-jeivic- census- Is around -The vorvcd forty ysars ou tin liiMifiM fiiiureii were S.254. build only a one-storey building, uscnm'e the city lust night, but after looking over the business more .wore mingled feelings of snr- prospects on his 'r.-ccut trip here, the jnrisp, pleasure and regrol, according king, derided (hat an oiillay I to Uic- eamp vipllod. The Coiisnrva- I of more c'r Hal- which was gclcs for the Iv n icars ner.' nrij faking their medicine likojiives wore naluriiKy m very exuber- pw .vii, held Ibis au expensive pub- canvassing clerks began lodaj vetc-rons. They put up a stiff and jam spirits, iheh- committee rooms be- Q'00 iiicity carnnaiijn was iiiausuratc-d, Hie of finishing the count, Hnnlnwn eiran fight, while the brief j mi? Ui., of wild enthusiasm. i of lorty' thousand dollars beiiifi a lead of nearly over Alexander msted. and are alrcndy becoming slorlling ocvurrert until the lo con- advertising cheap power In 180 precincts of total of 235 conoled to the turn have 'A new front for ihc were cast. The LOiihervatlves besnn to look Hboiit for ;solls was hci-un yesterday by resouices. inltuble means of advertising j conLrnctnrs, llotson and Leader. twenty thousand dollars by imnni-i Ifarrnr'.in Jo.SfiO, Alexander mouK vote while Ihe city council Gregory authoring to subscribe nn equal i In the contests for other offices (be amount., it is the intention to :se-1 .Socialists fell somewhat behind the cure thc services of a class pun-, vole received by llarriman, but still, lenders claim they will elect at members of Ihe council and PUSSCKSOK, as an imb.islrial ceiilre- of'I lire'1" or four of seven mcir.berii oi Uu west, I thc lloard ol Cducalioa, inajorlly for Kemmls at the time of writing Is Kll. MASONIC TEMPLE FOR TORONTO Toronto. Oct. Masonic past ni.'ister.i tonight derided to raise n fund of for the erection (if M fact. Tlie Kilties Baud called i The cost, of the work is estimated at into play, and with torches, tin cana j and olher im-'aphcrnalia an impromptu pariulo was formed, marching to the nonio of Dr. Stewart, where he' was GEN. BOOTH HOPEFUL London, Nov. Ilooth, in Oi the sum thus rais-.'volc in these J80 precincts as given citizens liv canvassers is as follows called out to speak to crowd ho- nn addivss here hinted lhat ho 'o call attention of cap-! their leni lore they would he satisfied. He re-'nearly blind, but hoped to have his ilal 'o advantages which Ihe city i leasl lwc to ilislr smillnKly j on .uaeo eipm rcalorod special treatment li ;