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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LEMIEUX THE BIG MAN OF Recognized as Ablest Rep- resentative to South Africa OLD'COUNTRY NEWS Topics of the Next Imper- ial Conference in London Nov.' 4.--The 'correspondent Oi tiic rimes at Capetown, says that -Ion. Rudolph Lenueux is unusually recosnix.ed as the ablest and most dis 1 ngiushed of the-delegates from the other dominions. The n? race and 'language., are always deli- cate subjects for discussion lit such .catlienngs as these which arc now i laving- place, but- Lemieux has sue-1 cceoed m .sK'ermg a course between more meaningless optimism and an appearance of -lecturing. His speech- es admirable in form as they are in substance; NEW APOSTOLIC DELEGATE Rome, Arch- Bishop ot Aquila has been ap- pointed apostolic delegate in Canada, succeeding Mgr. Shar- et-ti, who has already returned here. .Aquila is in. central Italy, about sixty miles north- west of this city. >r MEDltiNJTfiAT TELLS ITS NEEDS "r1' 'b 'f' P. R. DOES NOT HAVE TO PAY -i'ort William, Nov. bullet fired by one of the C. P..R. constables' dur-j ng the riot in 1909.' broke a winsow in a store by Dr. Mc- Carthy. The doctor, sued the C. P." R o recover the glass and he action was dismissed-today on the -round that the C. .P. R. was not re- ponsible for actions of. constables. j j agenda of ;ncxt year's ontcrcnce: .roule, RUMORS ABOUT DISTRICT JUDGESHIP Calgary, Nov. 'ise is expressed here over the delay in appointment OL a District judge to .fill the vacancy caused: by th.fe retire- ment of Judges-Mitchell-to be-' come Al- berta. It is rumored here that T T _ _ _ me choice to fall up- Hon. G.R. Mitchell at.a-J momon; x. D. strata- cona and Burgess, Cam- rose, are also mentioned. It is said" the new judge will -be .sent to Macleod: and Judge Carpenter, ,of place -to'Calgary. NATJONAUST CANDIDATE Large Public Meeting MADE GOOD SPEECH MAY GO TO FRANCE Kdmonton, Xov. is reason to believe that Senator -oy will be appointed Canad- ian Commissioner to France to succeed the late Hon. H.' and in such a case there is every likelihood that he would be succeeded bv p. P. P. J0r Pakan. I A 'A A A Telephone, Bridges, Land Titles Office are all- Wanted Medicine Xov. the biggest and most enthusiastic m'teP lings that have'marked th-6-liistdrv of' this, city'in regard'10 j.attended by over two j sentatire citizens. 1 The Hon. C.' R. r> Surprising.Defeat of _________ ]'J. M. THOM APPOINTED.TO AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Edmonton; Nov. 3.-J. ,-M. Thorn' -ho was during the administration ot the Rutherford government Pn- vate secretary of Hon. C. W. Cross ex-: attorney has been appointed; ernrnent in Bye- .election J! A MAJORITY OF 200 as-res- j ent at the meeting and spoke .no the matters brought a'''havin 'do -with the provincial American -Railwa Habitants Frightened Into Voting Against the Navy j Victoria vine, X0v. first an-' peal to-'the'French-Canadians On the j naval -policy-resulted .iii the defeat for f we-government. Gilbert, the Nation- i d.isu candidate, was a ma- estimated at two hundred. exact figures chiet secretary of tne. ,pro- ,'Hon. vincial under tne Duncan -Marshall, minister of ture. j. A. Jaffray, .former Chjercierk of that department; has been appointed assistant provincial librarian Imperial-; might antfipate the first st-en' .roule, penny f wards the fiion or the 'Empire P jostage within, the empire, proposal eulogized" limieux's -settletSt o Australian government, British i the, Asiaticsdifficultv in-Canada r-r.hlr. r. i__ Cape Tora, .Xov. the govern- merit Dr.' Jairieson said if t city, thus :he im- Actions direct- with t-iori of' .titles' the .building of a-bridge -reliablc- however, "con immigr'a- has s VJ- mi 151 waited upon this afternoon of Deer -----0_ across the :iver "north -of -the city. merican inji tu yj. me C'llV. Resolutions On all these matters were Tkoctmri v c____i -i- i" --iiiiaua. .Passed and -xvill be forwarded' to the Australian Premier; The attorney-general Canada and laws' of na IE Tnat as the construction cecent tie long distance telephone' 'line arcr effect- than the union J was concerned it seemed'to' 'be Phv- ir Joseph Lawrence sends a -j- rr ter to the Morning Post, in- a IKLLCI in the Toronto -Globe' of August- 28 o JLC J uj. JjaXAiCllUtlHj of -tfe. telephoi 2Ch-., Medicine Hat.west far -by a Jarge deputation of railway men. cote 'io Jm_ Portant marter-affectinv the adminis- i- Ot immigration; law Oeor, that- the- majority will two. hundred. This is ''ly, The result ot-the-'strong undoubt Discussed at Board, of- Ti v r_ T rade Coimcil" Com mere ia 1.; Ifer- Tax Legislitibnt V Proposed-'." v of jvoiiiu IJL tun- st.ron'r anti-naval, anti-imperial campaign 0J- the u.., Nothing the DUI tiif navai. programme was .talked of and eijd.o[ the riding orators the'ears of especially the of "-'v results go shown that Ottawa; 'tall, man iron grey .rather lace., shows __ a hard "seated tan; this' At long letter, was' received from 'iLon-' the uon. in England of placing: men from, the in Canada' aiid "nlh-fi- -.Rri'tftBfTV 1 viu.u 01 ixiaoe- nirn-in all tibns'as' and'and so iviuutu --U-1UDE 01 98 lxes and'says he would to be showilby DniT- Tlon ,1 I ,a brave "fpe fn uitu tuuiuiuinca.'ClOn WOUlfl fcp S5J Derogatory two-graces. ..Canada-has' tablished -between- Hat and .ports-such the I been gelded Into one i'nd Brooks durinc tb- Vf-- mutual He statcSieSltelv fcY in-South froni ..a. i be -tiie tin'repair-at once rV T'. --w VyQ in R. Prest'on to Holland hasj brilliant personall-y. interviewed' V'mrmbeit Canadian Banks. ,in London i "'S official to the- -stahii ity of securities covering western ern lands. niA 7 e lo De fcycevuv, the'' been-weldr -investments mutual f0 oy, Canadian :JSTetherlahds --in -be. .VlU'Stfem" r> -n AT laken back-to-the .wonjin Place-where he; purchased -his ticket for Canada, on United. iloj1jr' "u. uuiteu. aw, a fvci-a iV UtJ( commerceM a w a cannotvcarrV 'gSp'assenser free' -I his SB -immigrant' is whiiji-, -was t j i Mj.4% y -ti- has- brilliant the.aiistory'6f: 'the greatest-etn lire jrbrid- has ever I- at the1 eoloa- .Journey. Land Titles-Office the mattop'df a land titles-office j v he would, make no "rt .'statement TEAMSTERS'STRIKE-IN NEW .YORK CONTINUES Small Hope of Refuse to.! Recognize the Union A'ew York-, sharp -rebuff for the drivers ;and helpers was the outcome today of tne first conference between the men ana the companies. Hopes of a settle- ment had been high, but a positive re- rnsal was made by the employers to the sinkers' demands for a "closed i shop.1-' Two of-the companies also de- cuned to treat with the strikers except as former employees and recognition of the union is one of the demands'" is t no namue .statement the dominions, whose official f had-as yet'formu- man in thef Commons-would'be' a dcfmite 'policy in that re- premier. -THs expansion .amount of-business in cur for sometime. comparison with oth-- __ i er cities warrants: such expenditure DEVELOPMENT IN 1 f5 was-.sure'it .would in'the-near juture although not at then VAN( UVEH CASE I fov. cousidcrafinn f: in cftaiection er's inquest with pending-agai 1st Richard is accusli- of the murder of Mrs.' with the u, on, a better-facilities for _- tifln- m iroir, the country to the north' on the body of the v o VJ L- bOvJi Artbabasca and Drum- Drummond, that t.ra- of Liberalism, maiie" a for a maJOrity of Little Local Interest." the recognized -im- .poriance. of .this ..struggle as a test case- to -attitude -of. the i .towards the of the district show Deceives .the-' Gckef result: Pos-; the 'S aPSv at i iciuess. i tne jN'aT'ionalist" rooms and at "the flscissfon of was practically-agreed that! at the--former; RcaJUy the .the', rail undeftal- r i swoc'Sine: vietrirv nf that rejected immigrants earned to-, the first divisional point, which be at least one hundred miles, the boundary. This, it is ihqn-hfj afford sufficient, protection e causing less serious! Tlie 10 the i-ailways concerned. I from J in Africa J sral. Pqlin'.MacKenzieV r: itly arrived 'm 'Ottawa' T fair. Percy .Lake 2s- Hrfprf.. who recently succeed General t A j, as Inspector-General Canadian mil- itia., "I suppose "consider- progress folio win, entlni- former; Really the of thi" NutionalLsts much, did ttiu- Liberals. Fewr-of them had-looked for .more, than of the Liberal g it was evcn sakl that v Jlj-VUliA. to; -t >f or auverse.. coarse you must only in an to gifel--------- the militaiy council of. my-.j Commercial: Travellers- 7T, lyi-.-purvly to; taxes will ,to explaiu awa-v experience, which LaV been- somewha't wide and -I have.nothing V -V WaS GVCn SaKl that With ma Hn IK hail, chosen a weak candidate in .any .changes.: The Canatf- people, themselves, must do that" litieval majority dc- 'ol turnover of almost the officials of ihe j; p. n- B UA LiiC dead woman in evidence stated that was a young man Whn upon which the drivers have laid great i ber- ers was a promise that the question of wages and hours would be taken under consideration. Scant hope re- mains tonight of an early adjustment. BRAKEMAN SWIPED A YOUNG LADY'S GRIP R. N. W. JU. P. lire 'looking for a Canadian Pa- cific railway brakeman who is accus- ed of stealing valuable articles from the grip of Miss Goldberg yesterday he laving taken her grip to the bassage car instead of giving it >va-s a young had .brcfent him drugs'for about si weeks ago but whose, or he could not remem-j Tne corners held Berryman re-j foriae woman's death. soon and make a- report to the min- iskT._ would, attempt an appro- priation for the purpose of a bridg. there as he-realized the great difficul YEARS FOR "MANSLAUGHTER i. r j ui almost j eight hundred and lifty in 190S to an I adverse majority of two hundred to- is a lo to her vjien'.she left the train, grip wa? at 'Sutherland. The wanted is safe to have gone to Bran- don. i The man Fore Williai. Xov. 3.-Dave John- son. a cookee Greer's lumber camp at Mack's Sidng un the Grand Trunk facil'ie, was committed for trial for the murder of James Fox. another cookee in thefsame'camp. The story tili. m settlers met with in setting and from that; country. Greater Medicine Hat The meeting was also addressed bv several of the prominent- citizens the city- who spoke on these matters and the plans laid Out for a greater Medicine Hat. Mr. Tweed, the presi- dent 01 the Board of Trade- cave a j summary of the work done fav tho poard, and read a list of some twelve industries now m communication witb them, making enquiries as the facili- ties lor location here some of which have already made definite proposi- tions. Mr Mitchell in reply to a Howell this m'ornin GAS EN6I English" against Government Arthabasca. went about as expected Nov. ..-William ,Alfred v ound guilty, of be considerably altered when the .jjsterday, charged with shooting Fred 'reports conic in from ihe wide f smith at Black Bear Island, Lake Wir-! polling districts. One Aug. 20., was sentenced to of the dwiion bv Chief JusnVf.' "VaS vottr. There acout.favc hundred English speak- uis in the ridin- and 'it was tho light..thai, the anti-imperialist- an- peals of Nationalists would have turn i itf these sohdly to the Liberal' j ncr, hut this was not' the CUSP and j apparently the majority of them vot- ed as they were used tin- ;jVj (government. Jn thetwo rc-c-ORiiixed ins divisions, gave a ii-ljor- Major General 'Mackenzie strong advocate of figure target shoot- ing for rifle practice as against ;bulls- eye shooting, which .still is the prin- cipal mode Canada. During-i-Iie' discussion of of the. merciai travellers came up and--was aescribefl as-iniquitous. 'Jn oi'dering the letter passed on .to tiie -p'ro- yuicjai. member and beiiiK serif to the- saying.-'.-tnis was, -.ordered that-a -the provincial..government .-that--a of Stanley E substantial appropriation Jor carrying: out of work at the experi- .rt U" -he -.said., "and in Europe has been i.uite done away with. Of course Dulls eye shooting .is a. yery.enjbya-ble sport and perhaps a little more inter- esting than figure shooting, the latter is accepted by the -best militai-r' authorities all over the world as the only satisfactory method-of military in Alberta. Carload Weights letter from'the Caoaaian' Mami- i.a.ctui'ers' rifle'practice J -----.T.-v-.v fl ninc lor Perrault, while St. for only .Vrthabascavilje for previous', i_____ dealt; i. i til- 4. b, with, ihe mat tor of a charge'in minimum and carload shipments that Xov. ifelargely'' UJ-Ii. c, a box. ia ;