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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta fO OPEN NEW FLEETWOOD sqrooL I inister of Education In- vited "to .Be Pres- ent NOVEMfiERl? raduate of Local Schools Appointed a Teacher. At the regular of tilt: ;nool Board .held hist night, one of t most important mutters up for nsuleration question'of coal There has been a great deal NOT A CASE OF MURDER Medicine Hal, Nov. at first waa supposed lo bs an attempt at murder upon tho person of Bertie North, who llvea neiir Elkwater, turned out to he it runaway. The Injured man lay In a state of coma for two days, but on regaining con- scioilsiwss was able to brief account of Ihc accident. Unless unforseen lioiis set ill the man will prob- ably recover. GOING TO RACE TRADKpLUPED Kin-row Escape of Passen- gers on Fast Express in Australia difficulty in getti ng a supply of oou coal, and that only at very hi._ lens, so it was decided to call fur for Uie coal supply for all 111'. Bchools from now up till the eml lime, 191? Hardleville School Noi running between Sydney mail ind train this EXCITEMENT ON FERNIE STREETS Miners Jeer at Men Who Went Hack; to Work in Mines ARRESfsTwADE Belief (hat Mines Will Soon Open as liesnlt of Conference (Special to tho Herald.) Fernlo, B. C., Nov. Ions con- tinued and unprecedented quietness which has ruled tho actions of the miners of the Pass, came near being thrown to the winds here yesterday when the I rain from Coal CILV met i dististu bliortlj it wnen UKJ tu ILIMIIK >t midnifclit Ulnough crcck returned with the miners who none of the passcnscts killul have been working there lately, twrty were injured. Ihc tram was ndja. crowded with passengers who were. conscnt Ot the'union were greet on their way to this city to witness ,lerisivc cat calls and othei lio new school al HurdlovHlo will net lot the Mtlhourne Cup and disagreeable' expressions of uisapprov of ucre m then al bj a large concourse of miners three to work without CONVENTION BEING HELD HERE Of Sunday School Work- ers of this'Dis- MANYSGATES leadir. of the new Theology, has sail- ed for New York, where he will event- tl'OlH Out.Ol 10WII Temple, R.'ji CAMPBELL, of the City, London, well known as the ually take'charge, of Fifth Ave. Bap- tist Church, known as Rockefeller1! church. Mr. Campbell will visit a number of cities In the United Stale, and Canada. He will speak in Mont- real on Nov. 15th.- that They Are Likely to Kecapture 'Tripoli Help- ful Addresses Tlic Fifth Convention o( the Lethhridge District, of the Alberta Sunday School Association opened its sessions in city last evening in Wesley Mcthod.isl church. Mr. J D. HiginboUiain, president of the a LABORITES AND SOCIALISTS GAIN London, Nov. muni- cipal elections in England to- day, so far us the returns are available, are noteworthy for the targe gains of the Labor- lies and Socialists, especially 111 the bis provincial cities, such UB Bradford, Liverpool, Southfield and Man- Chester. CONSIDERING REQUEST TO RUN. C. CARTER LOST SUIT AT FERNIE Jury Renders Verdict for Miners' Secy, rays Costs (Special to the Fcruic. B. Nov. l.-Thc. i Ihc case of Carter against Mayor Adajns May Seek a Third Term as Mayor ALD. OUVER QUITS Will Not Seek Re-Elec- Frayne to Be Candidate NominaUons Dec. J; elections Deel 11 jury Une.month.move and the ratepayers of the'tity of Lethbridge will'be call- ed upon lo elect a municipal govern- Bar- ment for the jear 1912, and alieadj k t interest in the lesult Is more marked than that in the recent provincial bye sociation, occupied the chair. There made b) Barclay regard- 'electlon Tileiyj (s mucij speculation were lares number, of delegates the manner in the relief aa to .the makeup of the new and tho sessions to funds of the U M W of A had been but It 1. the general opinion that the clay, for slander, growing he crowned -with'" great'success. Mr. handled, and which has engaged the next council will have one of "the Heaviest and most; responsible years T S ponducted a attention of the court since ln the hiBtorv ofr the city There are semce o. .praise alter which da? brought which had assembled to meet the In cusion. -Janitor' Wiicox will lie given ermisaion 'one of the roomr Uie' the winter. New School On account of .the rapid growth of ne clt> it has beau decided to call plans foi a new oomod cnool with auditorium in' North Loth- bridge. Sub Targlt Gun A communication from CoJ. Cruick- nank. DiO.C. Military District No. 13, as read in which the cadet infill uct ors were complimented on the show ng made by the cadet battaiton at regular inspection in June. A tiond will be sent in immediately for a PUD til get gun to be placed in the entral'School for the .use of the cad- corps Miperintendent Hamilton submitted is report for the month of Octobei nowing a considerable increase in uendance for Ihe month The enroll for the month was 1160, average ituidancf. 1001, or a percentage for me month ot 86 per cent, compared ,1 81 per cent.' last year. The total nroliment tor the term is just twelve 110111 of the 1200 mirk Fleetwood cnooi carried .off'the attendance hon- for the month, with fll per cent, the .whole scliool. At Westmin- ter .has bran a falling if in attendance, to some extent on iccoimt of typfjoid fever, but the! cnool's health' otyicer is now making u examination ot the pupils and all mpils will be required tha Board 0 undergo such examination. Scout Master Kaake wrote .asking the'uio'ot'bhe of the rooms in each of the schools for scout.purposes. JIM t0; the Sup- erintendent flf Schools for reply. -Kev Gordon; wrote, asking for the IIEC of llardlevine School for church imposes This was giiiued on the ground! that' would be the church using the school, for religious purposes. j. T. of 'West Leth- -iridgo school on tho -board in connection-'with the matter ot tne distribution of. taxes-for this Bcliool district, for the cmlng year, this district has .been formed mere has been no proper melhod of oivlalon of with the result that the trustees- ot the .West Lethbridge district-.nre.-, In .a quandry to know jnst'how to tax the property in portion of the district to raise money 01 school pin poses The dopirlment nave asked that a meeting between TWO ot the trustees, one from each ointrict, be held with Inspector >lc- eV to represent the government, .when the whole mailer will be settled. .Accordingly Secretary I was iskcd to arrange a day or rotating. COMMISSION ON FARMERS SANK Toronto, Nov. Henderson I. r. of'Hal'.on, will ha ready with a polltlon on Iho opening of Ihe house nt.lawa on the fltlnonth. Speaking Ihe victims ot tho Farmers' Bank n-111 ask tlie new government for n which WHS refused by the MANY DEATHS AT HER HOUSE Chicago Police Suspicious and Are Making an thlrago 111 1-Ihe Chicago pol ct iod-n their tion into the deaths 01 ncarlj half a scon of rUatucs, and acquaintances Louise Vcrmlla to make tain whether MIL iimihr. demises con- ,-here they disappeared up the stall- way. The erovvd of excited miners rft raalned In" the street until the Barrs IP ippeared to go lo their homo in the north end'of town, when the whole crowd followed them, protected '.'correspondent siiys 1 h sis they wore by the police until Tripoli received slock of shells, makcb it possible for Tn'iks merely 'to walk in and re- ja 1 I same possession 'pt the fort. j I1 The Daih Mail's Constantinople'U1C latest. tln wore safely in their own house. ministry, status that the Turkish Woman with Stove Lifter lroops advanced to posts 200 actual violence was communed but i continual fusllado of taunts and jeers was kept up all along the of the interior ibsuti A report-that-Mrs. Barr had drawn' subjecting Ihc Italians to an income ings is one which ought to be in the' evangelization o! the 1'hc Lord is giving his people ,...jn. Another' sign of the tiinci, is, the missionaiy activity, as those who attended the Calgary meetings 'can testify. There never was a time'when-Sunday school work was regarded as serrBllsly as at the day. The Sunday school is lining in itself 11 is a sign "i H'0 report-that-Mrs. Barr had drawn' subjecting the Italians to an income Thc RMe is u'le Ot tlie i hutcher.knife and struck at onejof'tax and municipal duties from tiic wo the lormenters, quickly spread aroiind u whlch even of lion, pn.ln cvcn. ,iav the streets, but this proved lo can bring the Bible into nay her hind and had tulatjoll niftde from InpoU dated iwers aic uoc tree j business, then we shall sec an awak- ening. There never was a time, per some of the aggressive meiu'bers; of i.'.JThe. Turks yesterday shelled the Qf the crowd who had come too'clofie to-. town from hjlls, Tlic flcel, stilulcd onl, rein. Kahle s-nes her for hcr own ooratort. i wtccking the fort. Many Turk; comudentLs is Mrs asserts I ILI was as world's history when it difficult-to got leaders. Men nonors will be sought In conversa' lion with Mayor Adams this morning, stated that he did not care at the present time to make an> sjatemenj as to whether or( not he would stand VftiVfl TTDO11 ill GUP Ior reelection aa mayor "I have al OUM1 UJ'OIIJII UJll, reMy tlw dty for jearSi six as alderman, and the last years in the major's he said, ind I think it Is about time that taking the reins Hundred Municipal- ities Toronto, Ont, No, 1-War In ear- else nest Is being naged bj the temper ance tore., ,n Ontario and on New e torXZ P 'nlied, wrecking the fort II jg -stated that some stones were Nini deaths in. included in the long but no one seems 'to have list wliich Mrs. Vermila's house has been injured thereby. two men have ar- charged with intimidating, and -n Ule city haU iratil a ]ato were released bn bail lo DcM-lopmenli, tochj appear Friday to to the charge. i These two men, J. Sweej'ncy and C-eorgo Linn, are the first, two men been connected including two hus iJn binds Uo sap children, Uo chil dicn and thiee ino iRts at hoarding she kept fo'lnunig the Lst-iblishmcnt of police stir eillinct it the uoman s home dc uloptd from citieb she hnd lived. Pending the report, of .tho lexicologists who are examining the the pro- I 380 still under PceiiE-s, there are 136 where local option bylaws failed to cany in "i -m let 5ou spen, more inclined to follow instead; im im_ lt has the work In hand I of leading. One of the great needs is be ,mposslHe for contests to be ot J for leaders. In connection with our T next 5ears council, to have someone in charge MANAGER OF DUNN'S DEAD Tbronto.-Nov. C. Mat- Tht coalUcompatiy had lili, general.manage that the mines were open and K. 0. Dun in Canada, died today license uniy 244 municipalities in which campaigns arc possible Vot ing will take place in about one third ot these Sunday school work we must special- ize. The. best way to keep boys :and girls in tlie Sunday school is to have them dp' something .for somebody. Theie IBe question of teacher training which positive necessity. Men and arc really taking the work-of the Sunday school seriously, and are doing a grand oe Elated hy success of the past low jeara, the tempeiance woikers ure going into the new contests with increased confidence, and Ihe lidlior r offer a more aelermne re in j work. At the concision of Mr. Ken- toJB Three or cMm viscera of the last of -.the persons asking men who wanted! Ifl return to general hospital, after a week's ny'5 remarks Mi'. Riiynrl Jamicson De m mcluding the Uin cities ot who e dealh-i ocrurrcd hPiicath work lo report to the company. This jnncss Of aclite pneumonia following rendered an effective solo. the police imc wMd. was the cause Mrs. Verndla's roof nile no posilnc dcath- IIc w of Time his been uncovered I Dieted and passed upau by the men on finnnchil REGINA HAS A BUILDING BOOM rtogina, Sask. building actnitv to has almost doubled, that ot the corresponding period of isst jear is repeated in i reoort ubmit pietoo a.n'i PHHSOG upuni uy mi; n.j wu that this should not heivc heen done, 'a. number of trips to Western Can- and it is out of this that the u. Matlliews, is has irisen. Officials miners and manager oE R. O." Dun, in the city officials were [In consultation H with Ellas president of 'the company, now-here regarding the sit- nation Nov during the Mr.-Rogers stated tho represents- itlves of the miners .that negotiptions I jink where Alain uger Wilson was {then in conference; the 'Scales were prngressing rapidly, and if no hitches i occurred it was thought that the work would be corn- id by Wednesday, will be fortuniite if BANK CLERKS AREJENTENCED Winnipeg, Nov.- Walker lliis nioniiijs; sentenced John K. M-iC- i-ort Arthur and Fort William. MEDICINE HAT HASJHE SWING Medicine Hal, Nov 1 corimil D. of the publicitj campaign met thw At. 10 a.m. with J. D. Hlginootham, morning following the greatMneeting president, In the chair, the business !of night and stated marked of the convention 'was- taken up, a enthusiasm reigns throughout the city representative attendance being pies- jj, the new venture An additional it. has been rcrpived this morning Rev. A. ,11. Gordon tha 'a.3-a of lasl night's meeting and a Sunday School .the. committee ib now i" cormnunlc.i- The Rev. A. E. Runnells, D.A., B. D., who'was also to: speak, did vtiic con- vention adjourned. Preparing a .Sunday School LeMon The morning session of the Leth- bridge District Sunday School.Associa- tion opened at a.m. today, wltii a (.Juret Hour for twenly minutes led uy Mrs. B. Snyder, It LIU US UUl, i the tension to three years and.Gordon will do Whether or not there win any opposition for the position of mayor snould the present head of the council decide to come out foi reelection Is not known Among the other naijes mentioned in this connection H Mr Bowman ol Aid Bowman nefore the end of this year 4 KYRLE BELLEW DEAD Salt Lake City to ilestrov ihn records hiirning The teacher uhould know the cla soil'O of tin- books. Maclcod Not all 'tho hoys who are lively and ;F. j--a r tllliert-Pllina, Han., Nov. is.from Toronto. The nwncy was dis- ilanliall. US, who came out on sipatcll ill wine and :'V Wing- me excursion froi mm drive a threshing engine Nil i the ucll knonn lor R. Yotrng, while threshing yKster- died here at this na% at. .1. ;E. Yuri's farm, got caught in the of the engine, which lore nff i jne of his leg" and in five minulea "tm was dead. actoi moiniin, ot pneumonia run era! services.will be'hfild here and 'the body sent to, New: York. Mr. Beltew will bs re- momborod for his work in Ilia familiar character of "liafflns" tne Amateur Oracksnis.n', which he has played so long. MACKAY ACCEPTS NOMINATION ASSES S ON CUBIC FOOT BASIS WlnnJijoB, Nov. .1. C'hrisllt', a of tlie aMcssmenl out with a proposal lo iiss ail huMdfings. oilier ilian residences, on a Vasis. Owen Sound, Ont., Nov. The Hon. A. G. JIacKay, who yesterday resigned the Liberal (Iray seat which ht now hokla. .....r own peculiar traits. The teacher _i snould recognize the privilege of the f I qucBtIon-3 which the boy may be led :to ask. i j.: The speaker emphasized the neces- a, sity of assuming a high or loo b low a fund of knowledge or Informa- non. Tho simple of teo'-hlng should i'oe cultivated, similar in form to the Ottawa, Nov. llc- Briclo of HTitlsh Colfimhla is expected In Ottawa early neit week 'io discuss Various mat- ters with tho Hon. 'K. L. Bor- dcn, including the old que-stion of terms In the oJ a subsidy for British .Columbia which Sir Wilfrid "Laurier re- fused. Tha view is expressed hero that Mcllrfde will In the r.ithor than thot-s whleli ar In ,i sleieotMiMl form 41 (CouVinucd go page cabinet UJ. UU" another jear to sit on the council ooard but should Mayor de Clde to retire from the field there is I likelj a likelihood that Aid Bowman will contest the position Aid, Oliver Retiring Who will take the places of the tiring councillors? Aid Oliver stated uils morning that he would not be I candidate for municipal honors this jear His prhate business demandi DIB time foi the jear, and as he has served the cih long and faltWully ror manv vears, he feels that he retire Aid Frayne almost assuredly be one of the candidates to contest the election in the interests ot the North Lethbridge ratepayers lliey decided to place two men lughout the city in tBe field to represent that part ol An additional cltv while on the council AH Kiavne has been untiring in looking' alter the needed improvements north ot tne track, and it Is likely that he receive the support of the rate-- paje-s should he stand for re-election. Aid Sage has not jet made anj state- ment as to his intentions Mr. Downer Mentioned With the amount of new lo be done jear theie seenn tc oe a scarcity of lien blood for the council. However, one name is uoned for aldefmanlc honors .with In- that of.F.-.W, Downer. Mr. Downer stated the other nay 'that he was .not at all Inclined to enter the field, but more and more pressure is being brought to bear up- on him, and there is a likelihood that ne will reconsider his decision before, nomination day. A. B.Stafford, whose' name wan mentioned ,last spring .In connection with the bye-election Aid Ashcroft elected, Is also mentioned for the poalUpn of clllor, while It likely that Dr. Ruth" be In the Held onre more-. SO 'far the labor men not put 'nard a candidate, but It IB almoiis certain that they will do no. A. Williamson Is a Hkclj candidate (roB (Continued on page leral ;