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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume HI. RESOURCES OF TAKER ARE Lethbridgej Alta., Monday, November Emphasis Laid Upon Them at B. of T. Banquet OPTIMISM REIGNS "I- SIR CLIFTON -ROBINSON -DIED SUDDENLY New York, Nov. Clif- ton Kobinson, managing di- rector and engineer of London -United Electric Tramway and director of tile Underground Kail ways of London, died to- night on a street car here. own Tributes Raid to the T and District by Outside Speakers to The Herald.) Taber, Nov. By all means the most enjoyaDle and successful ban- STRIKERS HOOTED THE SETTLEMENT LAURIER SAYS HE IS LIKE LINCOLN Too Sore to Laugh But Too Big to Cry is His Comment BIG-DEMONSTRATION SURE TO GOKolAfiNG Number 277 HE COUNTRIES' Chicago, Nov. outlook Tor a settlement of garment workers' strike went glimmering today. The strikers hooted down the proposed agreement offered by T. A. ttickert, president of j Nationalists PrODOSC tO tmjj i, ;__ _ I Carry on a Vigorous Campaign, CA.MagrathThinksHe Could Defeat Anybody Canadian and American Negotiators Met Sat- urday THANKSGIVING DAY JN UNITED STATES Washington, Nov. dent Taft today issued a proc- lamation appointing Thursday Mov. 24th, as a day. of National Thanksgiving and Prayer. JL, .1. A. Ma- the union, repudiated him as a leader and sought the aid of the Chicago Fed- eration of Labor. The: Federation, ac- cording to a resolution agreed to give! the strikers all possible'aid. While the Federation is debarred bv quet. ever heJd. in this town was tne Americai1 Federation of Labor Ottawa. asked this 1' morning for an expression of opinion ion of Trade lt was th of the annual banquets this live- and organization purposes eveiT assistance. progressive, folding; a-ad those 'that follow wi need to exceptional to surpass the initial one. The dining room of the .Union was; crowded; it would have been impossible .to seat another per- tlws tables, Jos. Dobbs, the host of the Union...spread -before the guests a most elaborate dinner and many compliments were paid him tfpou the excellent service and delectable menu, it was ten o'clock when the .banquet began', arid the morning had advanced, considerably 'when "Auld Lang Syne'r was sung. The speeches of the evening were- unusuaiy in fact, they formed "a round table 'conference'-' with the future of Tat-er as the subject. A striking feature of the speeches was the. splendidj efforts made by the local men.. Most', of., tne speakers ..were young in years, 'but they had no diffi- culty, in expressing themselves' clear- ly and': Hues Taber is' to be 5ompiime'nteid upon the number of in Its midst workers with instructions to give them RAINBOW IS AT ESQUIMAU Vessel of the Canadian "-Cl Laurier said; "The ment has received p_ blow, of course, but it should not .be exaggerated. I leel very much like Abraham Lincoln did on the occasion of just such a reverse. Ke was asked by a friend what he_ though of it just .as you ask- now. Lincoln replied, "I feel like the little boy" who hurt his toe, too sore to laugh, and too big to cry. The charge- that Laurier has been hoisted by his own petard is untrue. Laurier has never exerted his'influence with, the French-Canadians against the English Canadians or ever done any- thing but try to prevent racial preju- dice In Canada." Nationalists' 'Action Nov. a result of the Nationalist" victory in' Drummond and Arthabaska, Mr.. Bourassa's friends have become exceedingly ac- tive here. Mr. Gilbert, the newly Victoria, Nov. 'JMajestv's Can- elected member, Mr. Bourassa, F D -interviewed here in gard to Sir Wilfrid Laurier's western tour, declared posi- tively that whereas be former- ly had.- -doubts as to the strength of the Conservative party in his, constituency, he has now no '.fears of the result. "in he said, "i would be jwinning with Sir any at'Its Station'- adian ship Rainbow: has been ueeu- _hold tical and Armand Lavergne mass meeting here on in this citv will BRITISffPAEER i. MENACE "Speeches "Wertt Good the two that -came in for the most com ment were of Hon. Chas. R. Mit- cneii. attorney-general of Alberta, and J.B.. Willde. of the coal -operators of the district. THese gentlemen made remarks that started'the guests with advice sand- wiched in, which, if .followed, would be most helpful'to Taber in the dev.el-" opraent ot" its resources. The. chairman of the evenin .H. Anderson, retiring president of the Board, filled' the position very accept- awy. on his rigiit and left he had some of the leading guests of the ev- ening, it was well after eleven o'clocfe wiien he summoned arinic the health of "The King." Following coxae the reading cf let- ters from Hon. A. L. Sifton, Prem- ier of -Alberta; c. A. Hagrath, ?J, p.; Supt.. Taylor, of the U. F. R., o'nd H. a Myers, regretting their inability to accept the invitation to be present i The New President j -Mr. Anderson, after paying a glow-! ing eulogy to ,Taber, introduced rhe' new president.of the Board. .Mr. Geo f. Swing, manager of the, Eastern' at Tatoosh, the outermost point of the "day next and it. is expected that; there Straits of Juan De Fuca. about Wightv De scenes rarely Avitnessed- in poli I firnl in I miles from Victoria; at'one o'clock this i afternoon, and .will-.' reach Esquimau at ten o'clock in... the ;A't that time AdmiraiKingsmill; will.'go on n .gjms slmul-' the shore batteries.': This followed by a salute-of 13 guns to the'.adrniral at 2.30 p.m. Hon. Wm.' Templeman and G-. Desbarats, deputy minister'for naval .affairs, will go on board re- ceive the vessel-in the name- of the Canada. This will be I'ollowed by a civic reception -commit- tee, and an informal reception, will be Held on board. Deputy Minister Des- states the Esciuimalt station i Le Nationaliste nas some dinary statements in today's issue.: repneseEtpie most Tl. TTlP" T-o-imlf if, j-i-r. J P.Ti file: T. It likens-the revolt in Drummond; to crisis, the episodes or the Kiel Rebellion-on -teheed; 'IT 1 C 14- J1-. .'_' _ j 17, 1S85._ It savs other im-ans- Canadian.-.people m-one superb pro- test arose against 'the political crime': coramitled 6n the Callows 'at Retina. of meetiaS" the situation, than cora- Riel liad at that time 'valiant defend- Iaercial oeg-otiation with Washington. among others, the young; and bril- not only endangers her pblit- liant member- for .Quebec East, Wil- autonomy, jbut are a grave menace ind Laurier, who said from, Ms place.! to the existence of the-- Empire m the House of. Commons that would have been ready to shoulder his musket On the banks "of the Saskatch--1 cwan to redress the wrongs of: .-the- Metis people. Many years'have pass- ed and Wilfrid Laurier became in turn Ottawa, Nov. :rath, M. P. for Medicine Hat, 4-1 NO STATEMENT YET .'lieu .interviewed here in j.i Will Likely Last All This Week Before Ad- journment -Ottawa, Nov. and Am- Wilfrid" Laurter himself as my 4- erlcan .tariff met fol. the opponent, than 1 would be with 41 j in-st tlme }a conference, but subse- -i. i quent to meeting did not have much; to say, as to what was accom- plished. Hon. .W. S. Fielding and Hon. Wm; Patterson represented Canada, at the preliminary conference, which was held in the office of the -Minister of i-inauce, while'the United States was represented br Henry M. Hoyt. Chas. Pepper and .7. G. Foster, American, consul, general.. One of the Canadian negotiators when approached after the conference broke'.up, said: "i am not at liberty: to. say anything at present. We. had a preliminary talk and will meet-again on Monday." Asked as to, j how long the negotiations were liable will depend on how we get along." j The expectation here is that the i negotiations .-will continue till the lat ter part of .the week: then an adjourn ment' necessary owing to th approach of the date of. opening of par liament. in.the. work .of putting the finishing touches'-on' the parliamentary program government will ,prob ably .require, 'days'-the. un- divided Tabdrs of the Canadian negot- iators, -In the course of'the next i'ew days, it is anticipated that the prelim- BAD WRECK ON GREAT NORTHERN Spokano, Nov. are known, to be dead-and four are injured as a result of a freight wreck on the Great Northern near Cahatlerey, day. The wreck was the result of a headon collision., on a sharp curve be- tween highly loaded trains running at high speed. Nineteen cars caught fire PICKED TO WIN New York Herald JVkkes Forecast of the Result VOTE TO-MORROW Vew York, New Jersey arid Ohio in Democratic: Column and three trainmen -were burned to deaui. The dead are members of the train and three tramps. Traffic on the main, -line will be blocked prob- ably until tomorrow1 night. Nov. Democratic Fears Results of Commer- cial Arnmgemeiits London, 1 Let us be only be the Standard says: jy frank. Conuner- between Canada .'States must .and -can tones 'in New York, New .'Jtrsey'arid Ohio, and the election, oi; a 'democra- tic house of. representatives are .indi- catcd by the countrywide 'impartial political canvass .completed by, t% close of the. final week of the cam- paigxi. In New York% according mformation obtainable, at this DLx, democrat .for will receive a plurality of apptb'xi-: match- .and the" result vr e of the Empire whole uanadfan, statesme-a. and- have been ..pretty leader of the Opposition, prime minis- ter. Sir .Wilfrid Laurier, Knight ot will be formally taken over by the itne. Grand Cross of the Order of St. Robert'Canadians from tne Imperial authori-PIichael and St- George, Honorary ties on "Nov. ninth member of the Cobden Club and L. L.D. of the University of Oxford and- Cambridge. It, is asserted here that Bourassa with Armand Layergne and Jean Prp- vost will at the'next fed-) oral elee-t-rGZi. Mr. Buurassa win run against Honore Gervais, in St; Mr. Prcvost will contest Tcr- rebonne and Lavergne his own county j of Montmagny. LUNATICS WILL MOVE TO Towrisnips Bank. Mr.. discuss- ed the need ot co-operatic ,u between tne different-boards in district in proposing the toast "-our Sister Boards of and A. Aubin Brassy Lake, and- .Mr. Tjelmage. Bowl island, endorsed the sti egestion. Both! spoke of the -great and undeveloped re' sources of the.entire r jistrict. in offering the "Our Xatural R. A. Van Orman empnasized land, co? ,i and natural gas tue-principal-res ources of the dis- Brandon, Nov. 6.-It is now 'S here that Manitoba will be CHECKED IN ROME of the care of hundreds of homeless! Nov. sanitary meas- lunatics on the completion of the Al- j urss undertaken by the government to berta Asylum at Ponoka. The great i prevent the spread of cholera' '.are the Bran-; proving effective. The increase has and Alberta, ard thev JulfsenTto1 i Checked aad tbe fluniber of Ponoks. within Tbe rePorted smaU. During lum at that place will be completed 'Ule last L'4 llours onlv six new cases by The first of the year, hut it is cx--.iiiare developed in the infected dis- pected portions can "be rushed to com-; tncts. with two deaths. Philadelphia Lawyer Says That Bell Elmore is i well covered proposals 'submitted. Th'eti'an adjournment will ;be taken in. order to give both sides time to figure down to a definite basis the probable effect of the proposals made. This will take some time, but it is expected that the commissioners v.-ill get together again in the course of a few weeks, if it is felt that any definite headway is likely to be in the latter "stage of the negotiations secretary Knox of the United States, will participate, while Sir Wilfrid j L-aurier will be given The rights of hi decision to the Canadians' negotis uons before the finishing touches wil be put to any agreement. CONTROVERSY! SfAIN SEffLED King Alfonso Writes the Pope Wiio Is Mucli Gratified Rome, Nov. has re2 will tnr ceived an autograph.letter.from King! there'will be a close on the-restr' Alfonso oi bpam, announcing that his of the ticket is the-'indicated'result personal efforts avoid .a diplomatic in New .Tort state, .based oh reports rupture between Spain and the. Vati- Herald reporters can have teen crowned with nearly every' city, village cross- Premier has [roads in the-state" in an-effort .to consented not to law "an" accurate, line on-.the situation V The., Herald's congress table, lias been' prepared only after the op'in-' ions of unbiased experts in, every, ,i state Of the: Union had- been indicates the election of- crats and 174 republicans, .this, ..sin- RUlarly enough, is an exact of.: the present' makeup of .-the: Dir to Be .Elected by That1' John A. Dix, Of New York; bcr- feiscted-bv- 50.000. and '-that the Wli-MSiffif j .1 and announces with'tfais object in 'the- Spanish "ambassa- dor will return to Rome before Christ- The pope is reported to have.tender ed his thanks ami blessings. H'e also notified the King that he willing to smooth -over the difficulties and mate concessions provided he received assur- ance that Premier Canalejas is will- ing t0 co-operate in finding a solutioa of mutual advantage to the and to Spain. The. prevailing im- pression at the Vatican is that a set- tlement of the controversy is now jracticaliv certain. Alive London. Nov. majority the inmates don Asvlum well handled by declared that this pletion to provide for accommodation and relieve the situation Here. Only One Death Brandon, Nov. .inmates ot the asylum for the insane which burn- ed on Friday arc getting settled in their temporary home in the winter Fair building. Guards and nurses have had a strenuous time caring for their charges, with inadequate resourcrs left Them by the fire, and the fact EXCITING TIME Newton, demned murderer. The execution has been fixed for November 23rd. Says El more is Alive BANK MANAGER AT i DAUPHIN SUICIDED Daupnm, .Alan.. Nov. N Jost. manager of .the Union Bank here j committed suicide by shooting hinself in a delirium caused by typhoid om Sask.. aged 28. His home is in Guysboro. N. S.. where the remains will be interred. The 'eoron- Pliiladelphia, Nov. Elmorc j er's jury round suicide while tempor- Cnppen, for whose murder Dr. Har-iariiv insane' vey Hawley Crippe.n, is to be hanger! _________ [ILLSDIN that the building they are now in has citinc u, no lacilities for their work. Carpen- J Saturday ters are busy making necessary chang es and steps are beinc taken to imme- diately instal a steam heating plant. It is now definitely stated that all Montreal, Nov. K. met. Ttie land B. Tainter, who possessed a greater percent- age of good any other dis- trict in the Wes't. The land was rich- Patents are accounted for except in tne property.2S necessarv for cer- men, whose malady was riot eais. jyi been done JJOKJU. .These are supposed to be tfiis land' was proof of what located shortlv be donf He would not elevators worth tomorrow in London, is declared to j be alive in this country, by Francis Tracy Tobin, a lawyer in "this According to an interview, which ihrj Philadelphia press published. Mr. 7o-j in says that "he has received from those who have seen uuj j says he knows where she is living :ind i hiding in this country not far 'from I Chicago. I To slates she was first sei-n was an ex- j .San Francist-o, at the time Dr. criminal courts Crippen wa WELVi EXPLOSION who had stable ins: passed hocus bank notes broke nasto. Diamond, thirty'miles away i'rom Constable Bissonnettc.and made a dash for liberty. He was caught, a i the door and after a dcs- perate ST niggle was overpowered and t larms and expected 10 be j placed behind the MelneczucR; H! shorrlv arrested on June 1900. DAILY CAPITAL CHANGES HANDS Edmonton, Nov. Edmonton Daily Capital has been sold by its present owner, A. B. Watt, to Wil- liam MacAdams, at present news edi- tor of.the Evening Journal here. Mr. Wat i will still continue the publica- tion Of the Saturday News. It is un- derstood that members of the newly formed municipal league here are be- hind the new owner of the Capital. j. than Govcrn'or" Hughes' years with which 'to timated Dix pluralltv. in New-'York city, of Ohio .Betting--Favors Harmon. T-hat Ohio will give Judso'n Ha'r- nion, being groomed for the democra- tic presidential nomination of 1912, better than plurality over-War- ren G- Harding, republican guberna- torial nominee, "is the opinion' of. .the unprejudiced politicians in Ohio to- night. The last week oi the campaign: has seen Governor Harmon-enthusias- tically welcomed in Hamilton and Cuyahoga counties; normally -republi- can by big pluralities, Hard ing has felt the frosts of ings in these counties. Beveridge May Lose Seat Republican leaders in Indiana, as a rule, have no hope that the party will regain control of the legislature." Fail- ure to do so involves the retirement of A. J. Beveridge from the senate. Secretary of state is the highest of- f lice to be filled. The present legisla- ture is democratic by 16 votes. Gov- ernor Marshall carried Marion county: and Indianapolis two years ago iiy; and the state By MaiS ion county next Tuesday probably wilE WANT CALGARY PASTOR the fate of Senator Mr. Taft, carried it only by 273. Massachusetts for Draper Despite the claims of the democratic leader that Eugene N. Foss has prac- tically won his fight for the governor- ship of Massachusetts, it is believed that Governor Ejjen Draper, re- publican, will be re-elected. The dem- An officer sent worth ?70. Mr. Wilkies Good Talk mij ;ing had a most effective re- in .1. B. WilkSe. He save a most nstracilve talk. of uesteru, Canada's great resources in coal. .'i-ie pointed out that the coal consmr .ptiou per capita' in canacl-a had increased L'.SU tons. The; iiept increasing for Taber I coal, i nough the marjcet was limited. He not see any reason why the "inv-.'s should not operate eiglu months or .'more in a year. He referred to the .aci- given Pennsylvania eoal by JU.e railroads in tne market of .Mani- (Contiuuc'-l on pasc 3j. flay night. Vse Winter Fair Buildin- mcKing i icge buildinjr was discussed, it being considered advisable to allow the mat- ter to stand in abeyance until the Question oi ihe Calgary University is j hundred dollars was found in his j pockets. He was admitted to bail by i j depositing with t-he of invest! London. Nov. Dew Reiirrs ihe me lair; uinr.ipe.o-, told him ihut his aircctors wih not mase an acreemcnt i ey had been iMeeallv stained bv the winch would interfere with the com- officials of the Montreal conns This ing iair ana rhe government must morning the much wanted man boldly prnpertv. Alberta will he able -to! to interview Constable "St Mars HP take 1-iO patients belonging to that was at once recognized and arrested province to ihe new very cable the Ameridsn ambassador gas is assigned as the cause. All the were foreigners. Tne forep oi. Lbe explosions was ter- siiowei's of earth, limbers and bits' of clothing being blown from the of the mine. Timbers twelve wore j sec- si earn pipe- was blown s. sim- srance and sank fifteen fecr. in ground. As soon as Hie extent of ter was rescue panics _ a__............. search for any who might be n-orning, the flames havin: sion anri himself much embarrassment.-ajive- As far as knowi1 twch-ej head way before -discovery. indications of republican victory are rs ol tne proposed new col- very apparent., Mr. Foss will" un- cge last night, to accept, the position i tioublcdlv carry Boston and some oi f principal. j ihe larger districts, but it is believ- iver-by expressed his hearty an-1 Ilc be beaten by the vot- c-rs in the smaller towns and c.ountry districls. The'winner's plurality, it is pred cted, wil! be under The 'rtenr.ocr.ats. on the other are convinced that Mr. Foss will he elected by the largest majority ever given a democratic candidate." and they believe they will also elect a democratic legislature and thus brins; to an. end the senatorial career of ap- ireciauon of the honor conferred up- n Jiim. -but stated tnat he would like emission to deter his reply until court thick" nnc! fcet 'on? about, a mile. A bi TORONTO HUNT CLUB'S Henry Cabot Lodge. Connecticut to Kleci Goodwin Charles A. Goodwin will he- governor of Connecticul and tin- tire republican ticket elected on Turs- by a majority of from SOOO ;o Trt_A, I in a total vote 01 more than HOUSE TO. ALLY DESTROYED Xov. 'Hunt Club's beautiful house of Scarboro. Bluff Inforrnatiou gathered in a statewide ersey indicates totally destroyed by fire early Sunday by leaving voluntarily. men in t.e cars were the only! mat the wind was blowing the spark, n election u: Wilson "iv "lined l The }'sht Tfierft wil1 T be CiirrinJ light ;ip to tlio polls, and a shift in the situation ai thr last, ENGINEER KILLED Jnuianapolis. Nov. J. .ucNetf was killed and three other in the mine at the Lime of the expiosions. Soon ai'rcr (ho explosion the mine Degan to in. indicatin asylum at Pon-jon the spqi. He'was brought before 'engine ran over a derail Judge and rr-mandecl.- S turned near McCords. trainmen seriously injured early today! tne supports had been blown out and wnen a westbound Big Four freight' tne tunnels were wrecked. It is doubt- and over- nil if the roiuo will bo re-opened. The Damage :s estimated at would not to over the lake, the kennel and stables! persons who have familiarized would have been burned. The loss is .'selves with conditions in New Jer- estimated at. but the greatest is the loss of trophies, cups, por- s-ey. Robert P. Bass apparently will tri- traus and rare old hunting prints i umpil ovcr }lis flcmooratic opponent ul ilf, is impossible to replace many of i tropnics. Island. (Goniinurd on back ;