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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge, Saturday, GEO. E. FOSTER GIVES 'UP THE FIGHT A FEDERATION OF WHOIE EMPIRE British Leaders Agree to an Institutional Con- vention PHYSICIANS ANXIETY 4- Home, Nov. tion of the heart is said to be very, .weak, 43 giving his physicians .much .anxiety. Worry over the .Por- tuguese situation is held re- sponsible for his present con- dition. FOR NEXT YEAR Ireland is the Stumbling Block-Have Redmond Fixed London, Eng., Nov. now mav T. the best, authorities COURT DECISION MAKES TROUBLE Texas Military Officers Hand in Their Re- signations Dallas, Texas, Nov. 'upheaval in circles has resulted because .of .conviction and Tile opposition to! t Y T, consider the question of the.House of' of J" D' member of .words will .result'.in. the holding of a state who 'bayonetted Louis broad institutional convention next Reiclierstein of Dallas, when the lat- year, will deal with thc nested- on crossing a preserved .subject of-a federation nf f.Kr. .area durinsr thn vicfr SENSATIONAL STORY OF PLOT Waiter Confesses to Being Party in Los Angeles Times Explosion Ariz., Nov. 5.-A sensa- story of participation in the destruction of the Los Angeles Times was told today by Edward Gilliham' a waiter Chinese tie Salvation Army meeting last night. Gillifaam, who was arrested today, denies the story, saving he was intoxicated last night said he was one of the sev- enteen blindfolded who at Los Angeles union headquarters and to was one of the chosen ones to blow uo the building. He sa'd thr PADLOCK BILL'S BIG MAJORITY Prohibits Creation ol' B ligious Establishment Able Counsel Present tne Case in the Doomed Man's Behalf in CRIPPEN PRESENT ,'Madrid, 'Nov. 4.-The Senate nitfit by a voto of one hundred _iorty-nine iiftv-ei-'ht passed "Padlock Bill" which prohibits uie creation of further'religious establish njcnts in Spain until the revision of Toronto, Nov. Geo. Foster has abandoned his appeal against, the verdict of the. jury who.'fbund for .Dr. A. -MacDonald 'in'jhe 'libel- action instituted, by. the mem- ber for North. Toronto against the editor of the'Globe. (TEAMSTERS ARE STILL VERY WAV oujui; cillu aicounlered the wire and caused explosion to occur shortly after the year, vfjiich will deal with thc whole 'ter msjsted on cross .subject of-a federation of th'e empire i arca during the visit WJ 1 ins. degree of-understanding to Dallas last year. of President to Show the was Tampered with among i the .leaders has been reached during Reicherstein died .of his -wounds ;Be- tht- last three-weeks, whereas a I cause the. verdict .Major, Roach, of RpfflmPlTh XTI7 T'- )T, lIUJ-CO.it ii month aKO no --agreement seemed pos- sible. Its explanation is the remark- able growth iii favor of federation among the political men of all class- es. Ireland, of course, was the ehiof stumbling-block.. It was found that Regiment, Captain JM. W. Kin- naird, of Company E, of which Man- TjL Te-7 Lieut. Collier and Lieut, fracey tonight forwarded their resignations-to Austin. In addition to .his resignation-Klhriaird-has ask- OCl TilJir JllO rm Tr ciing-DioeK.. it was found that I0, ms resignation-Kfimaird-has ask- t-he most radical members of the! od nis company.-be mustered out including' Winston service. In his resignation- Maior M T .1 iirm__ ,._ government J.U-J.U.UIUH wmston Churchill and Lloyd-George stronslv- opposed-giving Ireland the degree of independence possessed by Canada and Australia: They were willing- to ac- cord, her similar relations to- the Im- oj.jAj.tidj. icjawojis to1 tne penal Government as Ohio has Washington or Ontario has to Dominion of Canada, leader was ready to to the The Unionist compromise on uv vui-uyiuiuise on the Irish question on that basis. The details of 'the "local government' for Scotland, Wales and England have -to- be worked .out next the 'convention. Jlean- 4 cons tituti onar qu es tions will Ap IT, -r-1 T J- ll T MJL.U.U IVJLcUOi Roach says "The action. Of the Dal- las court today makes .it-impossible for ms as an officer to-give an enlist- ed -man an order, that might cause him to come in conflict With the court. If he disobeys he' is- liable to a jail sentence by a military court martial for disobedience, and -if he obeys he is liable to -a, jail-sentence' irom the civil courts.. OF LABOR LONDON, NOV 5. REiys APPEAL; HAS DENIED. The- bill as passed included an amenament presented by Baron Soro- i ;lTe'- two Vears the Slt01 the T..- Recognition of the Union -Vew York, Xovj was no change; in the trouble, between -the ex- j press companies' employees yesterday. The 'Hen? '.received-assur- 1 atices'-from statd ;of medi- Wait Upon Laurier and Minister of Labor against .Ms'; conviction for murder came up .today before Justices uariing; PIckTord .and Channel! sittinf as-.a court of "criminal appeal The crown counsel were Muir, -'i Manitoba Institution Brandon Totally 7 V estrbyed v: INMAJES: ALL ISSFE Provision Made foritheir Accommodation 4 ators that their .wbuid be: listened to1- if they their demand for the" their nd Roome appeared for thr The; limited accommodation' lor public in the court, room ,was win he left in.abeyance in parliament and by between both' parties Mr. "Redmosd Iwill b'e deprived power, to-.embarrass ,tbe" govern- if necessarv vot- ing .-with. The Cabinet. VETERAN METHODIST MINISTER--DEAD Woodstock, Ont, Will- Wilfrid ier and Hon. MacKenzie King, Minis- ter of Labor, were called upon today DominioQ' Trades up. Tbb'in .explained -the he had- returned his -b4fTn7 -tne court explanation' -bat was said As Result of .refused; a meet- ing last.night'it Tva3 unanimously re- [-solved ..that thev iw'ill-; stay-out 1 their, union, is ,'Eisewhere' there were, conferences among' the la- bor leadets -and.-between .aiaypr- Gay- Brandon, Man. j _ __ midst-of the'.first .snow' season fire broke-out in; Asylum. f Or tbe, insane and .stroyed it within three. authorities believe all the accounted: they having ''Been moved :to I -LU .ifue'K Buildings and-the ..sufrburidine-1 ary- patrolled., .But 'it, some of may ped; away in tie., darkness- snowj.) ;7> :r' Cbmmented on by ......tne Press FT leaaers -an.d.-betwcen.Mayor' Gay-f at--5 me ILlecnon -Fxancis; counsel for i.some, unknown I the: Adams .Express Co., and Vice- centre- p'r.'t'he.buadjBie- ed OH by President Stock :Co sL--, 6" Toronto, .Nov.. 5. The charge-of says: "Ichabod, the Drummpnd election is President Stoct Wells-Pargo Co.i.-but- no -final--itford- from Tbe only'. taken various international of appeal, had absent! -r- iam Ames, 'Methodist, -died, at -Wood- BOY CRUSHED TO i 'DEA-TH IN G. T. P. YARDS Winnipeg, ifov. Cleff. aged 15, while loading an engine from a car with coal-in, the Transcontinent- al yards in East .Winnipeg, was -fatally crushed .between the engine and a cs.r, dying fifteen minutes later. He- came from Kinard, N. B., with the har- vest excursion. The coroner fixing the inquest for Monday, commented on the fact that there were no coal chutes nor-any of necessary arrange- ments for. tne. average business. stock years. .yesterday eighty-nine -Port Arthur vi u -JXl.LiiUX and A. E. are RrtTlC i sons. the leaders" of mJ hi ua.u ac -----unions in Can- theftest of the 7 OI ..deputation wMe without- being- in t theeSnu resolutions. adopt- officer '.'the .coorLTT bars the eni- I Wilfrid is'beaten at his' ___ the prophet is shorn of all honor own ;i William president of of J" O'Don a seat his, own country for tbe reason that a ho nationalism as ins it is. likely to. perish of -na- sow- ing the'.wind.-and reaping tiie whirl- wind. Tbe Quebec'-' that was Dominion j statement -issued la-sf" night reported that, in thc num- .of the. waeons and in :tbe, case' of CONVICTED FORGER ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Winnipeg. -It is reported t. _T..V. iO 4-CJJIJI CCU 7. Gerald McCrowe, the convicted sorger, attempted to commit suicide after leaving the court room in charge of a constable yesterday. He tried to thro- bimseir down the steep stair- way but was unsuccessful. He has orten threatened, to kill himself since he was -.arrested in Calgary. JHJS des- perate mood is not softened by the fact that he "was sentenced to ten years this morning. AMALGAMATE Royal Bank of Canada and Bank of'Hamilton Will Consolidate j-nc most were, as follows That gres-s is a compulsory DK ta-Ken -to ar- range lor an -international.-peace con- should and .seemed little worse for -He preserved the same .impassive expression that some ot the all the wae- ons are engaged-.; in: interslate com- result .M uul measures, were taken-.to, inmates, to ;tte -barns .aad IORS where' they were, no small- care, seeing that the patients were "violent the', distance the brigade: i .iu- com- i, merce and to local regulations in-regard..to "Tf --------V: auujcub -CO regulations in-regard..to licenses. seems more serious, for ;the-; last-- fcw days said Rogers ;.of -.-.the .state board, but -n-i-fiTiniH or a speedv settlement. orut lence. marked either; ivtii-c.' svjjue- time m arriving Jovv Very done, and the entire iad been added to from asylunv lauthprities sti as. could- ,fae: otitaincd-' missing or A Mischievous Faction The ..Kingston The .oleavaw els-'cUon is; hound -to tbe mischievous Bourassa- r, fact-ion 10 which rep- consulted, upon the point raised a division of among working classes. the decree, of Corking classes of Canada tha't o irt "LV. j T _ o be lederal legislation re- Deration in order- to save the clutches of capital. autonomy, should be Montreal, N0v. im-vmav, J 7ias llira thn great masses of presumption that of ve People, but he will realize'.that to on Lf occurred. The i .own. countrymen he. cannot turn on tnat point therefore failed.! support o.r.d sooner or latier thev then addressed the court onl ticir folly. The opposi- point of appeal, -which i r 3ias in the nationalist- evidence of Chiidsrs, biiver for'imTf ?nd directly cohtrK- u.., Ior buicd to it and in time it will have its- dish of crow. Everybody Surprised La Soleil. -Quc.: Thc icsult of ves- terdays ciecrtion is one of those "un- expected and perfectly unlikely af- isirs which: and one KOTPiONf COURT unvtrr 101 Jones Bros., had been ad- mitted after the case for the defence had been closed. Judge's Request in Los Angeles Disaster Be- CROOK HAS TIME TO COOL HJS HEELS i Winnipeg, Nov. Mci i Clin Sa-v alias Crews, convicted Yesterday on a of IV 3.S I OTl nslA I n nel_______ i most That the ing trade disputes made i LJIU ot d to is panic _ created among the electorate HI I _ i____ RED DEER FAVORS HYDROELECTRIC Edmonton, Xov. 4. is the first municipality to fall in line in connection -with provincial hv electric scheme.. The citv commissioners this morning'-read a copy of a resolution passed at a TC cent meeting of the town council at JxcdI Deer which in effect, is the same as that passed by the Local Council two weeks ago which was introduced liv- Aldni-moT, METHODISTS GOT NEW PARSONAGE Bougiit Residence of Mr. Sinuwons for a The official board of Wesley church were the purchasers of the residence of -Air. Justice- Simmons, n-hich was _ sold by auction by Prank G. Waddin- ton last evening. The purchase pries was The bouse trill be used by the -church for a parsonage and is suitahTo M Ivi LU3.1, TJUrDQSG as tJiere is only one lot between it and 'lie site upon which the new Weslev oniiroh is to be built. The church has eight lots facing Eleventh street (Ashmead The pa-tor rcsoiveri- tnat this'coun-! JU Charles M. Fas T. P. Perry. Wili move Intothi Ot tfte an in a short time ppolnt a commission in I "ounced to-dav n __...., made an al- household PARLIAMENT IN CHINA IN 1913 w by Alderman Hyndman. tion is as follo'ivs The rcsolu- it is SPOKANE HAS A PROTEST; Against Delay in pub- lisliiiig the Census Report- spofcane, Wash., Nov. against the decision of the census de- partment witflablding the Spokane fi- ures until the Tacoma case has been settled are being sent to Washington, C.. by business and professional in- terests in this city. The Spokane .viouniam this U1 and Arthabasca bv tte by Chief Justice Howell. The! Of the anti-navy speak is regarded as a smooth ers' and the police are glad that he is outLlhc onl-v to be drawn is that the.electorate of the riding have jformpd an absolutely false opinion on the issue and their dutv of the way for the time ivr IT.UU secureu matches arid to crossed'-wires plant, There wore six and .seven hundred patit-nfe.- f..Coti- lined in the asylum, -many O'f.: ilie'm. rom Alb-rta and ine new provides, not havihF'.b-en tion in boardcd many of-their lunatics-'in; Sf institution. iiDeratioiLs Tin .s A.igeies, public in- believed to HP formaaon.regarding Vhe grand jury power. of the Times explosion tnr- boilers and engines were today when four news- stalled. Had the powerful have agreed at ihe-request of i" "u Presiding Justice Bordwell of Ql --j_ __ _ the w-.-vv' ci.1 Ui Liltj superior court not to print ;any-more news concerning the deliberations This agreement was made alter a I coherence of managing editors at! .Judge Bordwell urged that the i jurys work would be hampered br L-H-P- cn.aii the 'Pressure e been materially improved. thc organizataons. -xrere if becnred and the fair buildings 15- armcrjr Were heatcd n" lh? 'Sa partl or the REGINA'S FAIR CLEA1 Regina, Nov. 4.-Word was received this ailernoon from Gordon Wright of London, Ont., denying that nithcr himself or his wife had made anv charges against Regina as having BEADSTREET'S REPORT OF WEST Conditions in All Lines of Trade Are Good York. Xov. re- tion would make, more uu tasK of procuring unbiased the criminal trials" that may r Judge did not the Associated Press.- who. were to places EPIDEMIC WIDELY snr !r scnerai bM- by ,s, ami a "i streams of the province and development of thc same bv the government for the.benefit, of the peo- ple as a whole, is a matter of vital importance to our future develop mcnr. Be it resolved, that this'toun- oyuitane uvvn misreuortec lv Camber of Commerce also has taken-j London papers Ji' n T I nr tv.- f___ >iciv (.nc London Anvfrtit-nr T...J or the fact that W. A. McKenzie, in- spector of census, gave out the in- ronaation that no fraud has been y. in Spokane. Charles M. Fas- v, u; 'jj III 1 I t by the London Advertiser had plac- I goods ed.the nutter in thc hands of his so- licitor and failing an apology by iVc' newspaper would' enter proceeding! agaius: it. 'I'De sorting business in Sood and travellers to all drv (excellent business for spri, of holiday lines- o operations are Toronto, X6v: i.-Suc-h RP ......._ v of typhojd icver from a single case as the terribly fatal one that is sup-j Poscrl to have, originated from drink-1 J'n-5 polluted 'water at a hotel in Or-' f'tio -on the davs nT f'hrk-- rownship Fall pair on Sept... 15'and U-, has nevt-r tern-known to prevail -'n one district jn Canada before, has t-ome to Hamilton, ua. provided for a largo number in :the stables and barns by making straw beds iri arid i i ion to the mattresses nlankeis, quilts and other -bedding thai, was saved. j HALVES HAS XOT REPLIED L j3iay Aot Oppose Application to the Court most dean sweep of the effects in the afternoon, good prices as a rule., prevailing. YELLOW JACK AT HONOLULU Honomm. Nov. 5.-the first case of yellow fever ever known in this piace Jias been discovered -aboard the cruiser Honk Kong JUaru which arrived here Oct. 30 from Mansanfflo Mexico. Xov. official issue was issued today an- nouncing that'an imperial par- liament, the first in the his- tory of China, would -be con- voked in 1913. by the chamber of com-. -3 merce adding: "Following the state-M mem -by Mr. McKenzie that our fig- !.j are substantially correct I cani-i see no reason why we should be held "i "P- We believe we have a right to {-1 we .nsigt mat g __ ane be inrormgd of its census returns a has t. j up and is a seasonably siat-k-! 1T7 _e .'____, _ 10! rg. Uowman-l work and twealv being held up until 'the Tac- j oma diiTiculty has -been settled. We have a right to know and to protect the country, nnd. satisfied that our figures are correct, we shall insist upon that right" I MAIL AND EXPRESS DIRIGIBLE SERVICE Washington, couraged by the recent suc- cess in the operations of .dir- igible .balloons, a project has launched in Liverpool for a passenger, mail and express service between Liverpool and iVorth Wales, according to re- ports received here. in tlie demand of hardware. brisk (race business is pro- 4 wised lor winter lines. Groceries re- .jjport a good brisk business for season- I able lines. branches of trade re- .j. Port collections fairly good and 4. aas been little of the usual complaint the score of the delivery of sup- Plies this fall. Money is fairly free Vancouver and Victoria trade reports .j. j say trade at. these centres and through- -i out the-province continues excellent I ___ The Fire Chiefs in annual convon- t, j uon tooK steps to have all firc-fieht- jcrs placed undcr the Control of the r Dominion Government within a ir deaths Xov. .J.-T-lcnwoofl-'-'arfl -jarnsoB, aciing for 'Alfred Jawe-s in the suit, W R (..iarko ami thc Alberta Great H-i- k-nvays Railway, inclndin-; Mnny, havi- noi received "woni' yet jlavit that Minty is nr.t. a'sharehofe in inr- (iwerinam. and a proper party.to tJir ac-tioii. Thr> npccssiiv. i'ir such an aa'uiavii ontf-rpd bv the Mr- Jwstit-r Stuort in lave enawi lal- j .Supreme Court in copinciVo- u- h occurred application of Mint; s nanu- from the slatenirut o: MAJORITY WILL BE ABOUT TWO HUNDRED Montreal, lat- est returns from Drummond- Arthabasca indicate the final majority for Mr. Gilbert will between 180 and 200. The outlying polls have nor ma- terially changed the standing of the candidates. JjLOBSTER MAKE A STRONG PROTEST and lishermca. they protested i against the new regulations requiring more space between lobster'traps-and larger meshes for head nets, declared ifte enrorcemcnt means the ruin of the indiistiy as the factories, would have to close down, and recommended tbe shortening of the'season as the best ray of preserving the .fishing. ;