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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald "'nine IV. Saturday, November Number 374 NOT ENOUGH TO BRITISH IN FILMS ON THE LOCALS Objection to the Class of Scenes at Moving' Pic- .ture Shows OVERSEAS CLUB Held Annual Meeting- Suggestion as to Mil- itary framing That the Ovel'seay Club should ,luive premises ot its own in which friends of tho members could lie entertaini-d1 was the suggestion thrown out last night at the smoker ol the Club held in St. Aiigusl'in's .lui'll on the occa- aion of its annual meeting was, advanced by C. F. I1. Tabar, Nov. the an- nual meeting of the Hoard of Trade last night, Dr. Leech made the announcement that as a resujl of the agitation of the Associated Boards of Trade he had received word from Hon. Robt. Rogers, with whom he had taken the matter up, that commencing on Monday next mails would be curried on the afternoon locals on th'o Crow's Nest line. GET JURY BY THE NEW YEAR That is the Expectation pi Counsel in the McNa- mara Case Los Angele-s. Cal., Nov. oni-th venire in the McNarmira mur- MANITOBA IS LOSING LOT MONEY In Operating its Govern- ment System of Tele- phones PUT RATES UP A DIVORCE "Notice IB thai Coo. Sentls DeslafHteK.'.f; of Pincber Creek, surveyw uflf upplv to- the Parliament Canada, at. Us next BCfitslon for. a bill of di- vorce from '.Wit Wife -.Violet J-Jmily IxmiBftrDeslamls, on the grounds of adultery and deser- tion. aiui in bin address to the mccUiij met with sympathy from the .whole I This idea 'tier trial appeared today before Judge ConybeaL'e Walter Bordwell to undergo a fast 'preliminary examination hy which the jcourt 'winnows out all those against whom are personal reasons for body of members present. It is be- 'qualification" ro7jury 'service oTshou'lrt licvcd that, by following- such a '-be fixciiBod from it. By chance the course, the club could be made an >''K I'ert jury wheel funied out in this jn.stitut.ioii of which tho n.r.mbers be proud, ami would derive "a-li drawing of. forty men.'the name of Harry Chandler, son-in-law of General t i vjiuinuiui, buii-ui-lil St ui. and from which Harrison Gray 'Oils, proprietor of the large amount ol bcne- LOS Angeles Times and himself pros- fit in a general-wily. geles Times and himself p ident of the company which publishes the paper. Aside from examination of ncrease in Charges essary to Meet Loss in Operation Winnipeg, Nov. Free Press this morning says: Tho operation of Hie Manitoba government telephone system for tile year 1011 will show a 'oss of nearly This will-be ino outstanding feature of the tele-If. phone report the government, will pre- sent to the tegislature when It meets early in the year.' Following Ihls announcement the KM CHURCH CALLS REV. MOEID Superintendent of Missions Asked to Become Pastor The congregation of Knox Prcsby itcruii church it a meeting held last ening tiiat a, call be at cince extended to the Rev, W. D. Reid, superintendent of missions with headquarters at Calgary, to fill the vacancy, caused through the retire- ural result will be that telephone if the A M Goidon REGISTER A PROTEST Against Proposed Route of A. R. I. Branch Line SIDETRACKED Southern Town Should be Starting Point of Line (Special to the Herald) tardston, TOry import- nt the Cardston district as that of the Board .of Trade held ast evening. There was 3 good at- enflance and after considering the mailer of tte post office at the Water- on Mills the1 members took up the g subject ot the side- tracking of Cardslon Mhen the'antic- STILUROWING Saskatoon, Nov. The final returns of the civic census inn- .-4 Issued today in a awoin stale- ment from the board of trade office showing a population of.' H was expected oh tire showing on the first reports Hint would he reached, but the checking up; revealed a number of duplicates. The Dominion census gave the city a population of W. S. RUSSEL IS THE PRESIDENT DICTATOR IS NEEDED IN CHINA Only a Strong Man Can Save the Troubled Co'untry IVJUIL nin IMJ tiiat Lci-yjinune w-.uu.. (mat A t J rates will go up ail Jlanitobl stipend of the new mmister nas ot tte A R and I few words of Inteicjt to 'fixed at jOO ffr }ear with the use nearly telephone users in the iof a manse A telegram was despatrh- Ihe substance of the n'Sht IqjMr: .Reid, informing him' of-lihe calk-and an answer .is ex- venirenion by the court the judge no session of held, some members of private business. With eleven tails men accepted there is cause to hope iliat today will see the twelfth quail tied and the beginning of peremptory cl lenges Ihose piobiblv will ia the number of t-alesmen in the IJDX to about three and tile .work ol filling it Vill -be resumed That New Years Day, 11112 will see a full jun is the expectation ol .be counsels A committee consisting .of Messrs. Clarke, Conyhearc, Ciinniug- Uafton-C'anniitg am! Buciianat, was appointed to pre- rare..a jchcmc for securing permanent he md In iiicinn- the sinic The entertainment was well "al- Hcndcil, about -.100 of the members and friends ot. the- club taking aiivan- lagc 01 the oppoi limit) 10 mote clobph in touch thr inns md objects ot tlu, clu i and also lo bpenil an Uiu thp gen eral liiiMncss of thr mir-lmg 1ml hem Hidpcnsed w ith oflirers foi the com- inir JL-U vere elected as follows lion: We Veh- tr, C. A. Magrath, Dr.'Stewart. M. P.P.'iimrw. A. F P Conjbtare, fc. .C. D. Williamson L A Cunningham W. Clarke, re-elected. L. Cope. Executive Coitirr.ittee-rMcssrs. J F Simpson Cooper loncs R A Smith, Blackburn, Waddingtpn, Rob- ins, Gibson, Rafton-Canning, ii Power, A. Arnold, A. H. McKeown. It was decided that.'u future the Itiit) local membership fee should be placed at one dollar, so that the club Jnay now depend upon one dollar arid quarter per member for hinds with winch Ihe club nm' In, put upon a office al lied Dter b> Messrs Stephens of .irong fimncial basis 1 tdics Calgaii and GorbHt Iloag ind Mams memhoislnp it 10 cents irrmg 'of Edmonton it a cost of 590 cd It ms decided to Lstiblish life i H appears thit Mr Stephens who membership it d lee of MO I he ciuh lms lfl experience in Ihe Cobalt camp Is spieled to brincl. out mna "Bit to this location and seieril pine of pay fraiel eveu pan but one showing the precious me- province form itateineii'ts io the Free yester- day by the telephone commissioners rnrough V. C. Patterson, chairman. The commissioner..) will recommend [peeled It is possible thai Mr Reid mav be out somewhere on the mission He'd in which case milters Mill have to ronnin in abey counsel for defence .wishing to the government a nnmbei of ladi aiice until he returns to Oalgarj The Saturday in which to clear up 'their ial changes bearing closelj upon the Jh Reid was formeilj of Taylor FIND GOLD AT RED jffl RIVER Many Claims Filed at Land Office at Red Deer Red Deer, Nov. first gold to be found In Alberla-has been dis- covered, it is believed, oh the Red Deer river, 35 miles due east of Red Deer the rner cuts through sections 34, 32 and 22..- Cer- tain it is thai eighleen'placer mining gold claims 00 x 1000 feel been tnV'iervHv iiiVen'aiid n__i_.-__r__j- lne service gnen anti mafter of rales H it, n-ue Ihe com- Church, his excellent missioners the secretary. It was moved bj Spencer that a committee, bte appointed by the of Trade to confer with the major council ag to making the necessar> (.unejs to show the loute Ua Cirdston to be a feasible one Tnis 'carried, Jhe president Mr Beach, appoint- in the various exchanges in the pro for tlle la8L practical! GAS PLANT AT RE6INA Kegina, Nov. city wKl start. a moicment to estibliah a inunlcip .lll> plant and it is that another year will see nueti a public utility eslabllshfid. BRIDGE READY IN JANUARY If weather conditions' permit. Ninth 'St. overhead bridge wili TO ENLARGE MACLEOD BOUNDARIES Mac'Ieod, Nov. application will be madtt to the legislature at its coming session for an acl enlarging boundaries of the municipaitt> of the town of Macleod to take In the new sub-divisions and 'also lands ad- jacent io the present townsil-a which may later be sub-divided. CABINET MEETINGS DAILY Ottawa, Nov. Borden and seven cabinet mlnis'fers are Ex- pected to return from Halifax on Mon- day and will bold daily ailtlngs of tne cabinet from then until the house meets on Nov. 15. decided that it not tackle this sweeping, proposition .at (his .election It expected theie will he some pro posal of liquor licensing reform, as as a dtnuncntion of tho biling lial schools act; revision, and other feituies but the opinion here is that -uno hid to decide reached the conclusion that a stiaight ?rdhlbition: should nol be undertaken by the party just now HOWEUL'S. LEADERSHIP ACEPTABLE Sarnia Out, Tin Liberals or: West Lamuton today nominated -pi. R. I. Towers, Dr. Henderson. A. Blirnham uid fohn Cowan All do cilned except Dr. Henderson who ask- ed for a to consider. A resoli! ion was unanimously carried congnvt- imting -tha Liberal party on their choice as leader of N. W. Rowell. ed Messrs.'Spencer, .Laurie and Bar- iter AB UIP committee and a meeting ttith the council wis at ranged for ne JlHfi route Is of supreme import- Mnce to Caidaton as if it is allowed to proceed as at present shoun the road would u-, threra 'miles' 01 more from the main lin wiiicn 'northwest- immediat iv attet crossing the St Mary's ri v School Board Meeting Ihe regular nfeeting held (0 on Nov 1 In the seerevary's offic Laurie, Beach aii and Principal J Low. Th report of; 'prlnfcipal showgd 2S enrolled for October as against 25 or September.- A much, bjgher avai attendance was an encouragin being held b Miss the kindergarten, room for the second time The prlncipa HISQ stated that the cadet corps woul pe able to firid a, qualified instructor either Lieut Jos Low or Lieut. B. H May of the 23rd Alberta Hangers, be ing available. Tbfe contention it Lethbridge was reported In a success Cardston .teachers attendee out one. The report of the truancy officer snowed 14 parents visited and two revisiUjd (during the month and the conditions on the whole weie satis ractoiy. The'-mptiori to open the school at J.30-from Nov. 13th to March 1st was carried after some discussion, the to be optional for the high school grades wain delhcnei are commencing igain as 'tiirosliing operations arc timed. The recent OUM when the vessel was com- the walls of houn- ;meetinB tho Lecds -electors here ENTERS AGAINSOOUTE Branbh of Does Not go into Pincher Creek at all (Special to' tbi Pincher Creek, Nov. 3 town council held a special, meeting on Wednesday, at which a resolution of protest was proposed and ultimately lent to the minister of isnmst a propos-d line "Bf the A R I. railway company, plans of wbich have been filsd'with the muiti- ipallty here The proposition is not ooked upon with favor at all here, nasmuch as tho A R and I is jion- tdered'part and parcel of the fj P -t system and the line does not. coma ithin two miles of Pincher. Creek. This new railway which Is. proposed run from Pincher Station -to Card- ton, has had its plane filed here nrouch the Dominion departments.of allways, and is to be constructed on 1'orm'ar charter of some years ago, ut the Toivte laid oul does tally ith the charter in question Tne matter comes up at 'Ottawa an Ovember 21, when the mimicipallty III be represented by counsel. A couple of the Koolenay and AI- ert.a railway officials were in town lis weekNn the persons of C. Fergle, Montreal, and L. B. M'srriam, .chief iglneer of that road. coml'leted the.end of January, r the nalive city of Hankow Is afire to. tufti back. The mission was cs.; The ImperialiEts occupy the dis- .tonight. The attendance was nffecl- NO MURE MONEY Required by the Says San Franciso Report Wu Sung, Province ot Klang Sn, imperial forts here "een taken over by the rebels There "as no disturbance ana the telegraph lines have not yet been interrupted. Wu aung It ten miles north of Shanj- of strong Men J-ekin, Nov 4 action of unun, inn regent, in accepting today on oenalf of the throne the draft of a basis of a new constitution for China ti considered lo show his willingneM to granl an> demands of the fhlch is supported by the armj An" eaiet Is.uad today by the throne ac- cepts a preliminary constitution drawn at a single sitting of an aiiem- whlch refuses lo permit half Its members to participate 'in i debate. lUe country has gone aald a uromin'ant diolomat to the Associated tress tonight, ".uirt only a strong dlc- Mior will it -Wen hope to see a man in office n dictate, namely Chang 3hao iwo days ago a train brought te an 'named Ira'as the' Chang Shao'Thenai-- 'o commands modern I room Lanchou The government at flrtt considered opposing bv force the lie-- morlal convejod by Lu which per- emptorlly stated that twelve demandl snotild be granted One of the de- mands provided that the army should participate in the establishment''im- a conslilullonal govern- t ment. Both the assembly and the cnrone complied and Lu and nil col- leagues remain In Pekin, forming military league to which already the various garrisoni adhere. But white me nomination government, acting unaer( dictations, pardons rebelil grants general amnntlM md prom- ises not lo employ force againrt the rebels, tfrj war board itwid- ny in ils cfforls to check the tlonists at Hankov and along railway" In Pekln, oppoving I'rince Ching, Ihe acling premier, and ft nice Chun, the regent, a strong element headed by Prince Tial and General -Yen Tchang. I'rince Tad is known to 'be'oppoied to. the throne's wholesale surrender to the radicals and continues advocat- ing war to the end It Is fsported tnat no did not resign the presidency ot the uar board, and violently ito- agRinsl yeslerday'B ac- cepting hu resignation. (Chinese fiee ing from Pekfn say he openly fates the reforms. Dotsn't NtH Monty Francisco, Nov.; an- nouncement nas made today by Ameiican headquarters here of Young Chinese association theiinenv oers of which have subscribed mill- tons of dollars In the last three.yeari to the revolution In that; io more funds were needed rurlher subscriptions would ".be tv celveii. The announcement followed meeting of the various officers of UK Dissociation how in'thjs city, at wnlcb it was maintained that'the re- uel cause. In China .was no longer n need of financial support. Handed Over Forts Shanghai, Nov. new .lonary government which is appar- ently impersonal, nevertheless active. ly controlled in Shanghai slinulcl In: l.niKlil to loic and Driiish 'C'onllnugil on uugil 5.) or Tulluss T. and I.'. Co. last night and sot with worth of fur (JOittH. Red Cro'Js slenmcr which attempKid jth-a Imperialists which were ptanled JThe mission compound Is made up of to reHcli the of Hit inluilou, jhack ,of the Ilritlall concessions, and [four houses, a church, and school. Mr. wns driven buck by from ilie rebel i Wu and Hun Yang forts. Bev 'llooth is Ihe head of die fort. One nht-ll rUhlleU Ihe ilmuier1! ,ural shells landed In the foreign I thero. DARGAVEL AGAIN up-river forts hoiiited lira white .flag ilrockville, Ont., Nov. n. If they had a previous understand- IJargavei, M. P. P., wits .renominaled ing with the rebel commander. LeedM Conservative! loday, (Continued- on page ;