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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. Lethbi'iilge, AlJKHla, November .1911. Number 27B )OMINION GOVERNMENT MAY DISALLOW A. 'robability That New Administration Might Annul of Justice Stuart's Appeal to Supreme Court of Alberta and Privy Council Edmonton, Nov. his .'decision president of the Construction com- pany that the advances to that com- pany upon which five per cent, was lo be charged, out of which presum- ably tin; incidental advantages were WARNING TO BLACK HAND Ontario Judge Says the Gang Can't Thrive in Canada Toronto, Onl., Nov. Jus- i LliR case of province of Al.w-: a against the A. it CJ. W., Just-ic 'tuart, don I ing with tlie question a: ;o whether the act of tiie legistat-'m vas ultra virps or not, says: "In I to arise were to he repaid by 'icw oi the circumstances that lias lunl the -j opportunity to loan the inoney lie was being hounded down ;8I1'Ps Bank announces the purchase ntb ic ici ims advantage of Miy members of the Hlack Hand orjoflhe vacant corner diagonally oppo- he contention that the le, ST7T of the province had no author- i W. D. Lawson, manager of lice Sic Olcnholine Kaiconhridge In- structing the jury today regarding the murder cases to coniu before referred particularly to Frank Griro, ithu Italian who killed Frank Tarro in broad daylight on Sunday. Chief Justice said "Griro WILL ERECT A FINE BANK BUILDING Eastern Townships Bank McBRIDE NEW PREMIER Purchases one of Best Corners in City As a forerunner of the brisk busi- The n-3ss period which la in store for Loth- will j "ridge next spring, the Eastern Town- the principle arguments relied up- i i !iv the dcicn.lauts was bascil imc.n Wants Borden to Grant Concessions to Ottawa, Out., Nov. Mc- Briile, of Columbia, accom- panied hy Attorney-General Bowser, arrived in Ottawa tonight and will confer with Hon. I.. Uordcn to- morrow morning on several u.atkirs yond tlicsc-limits it is pertinent "llm'S advanla.ire of the ere- 1 operations. They will be vigorously consists of four lots of twenty-five at the outset that the fniin- is trim Ihat the let- j wiped out. There will be no comic I'eet' frontage faclng'yiWi street will latirn of tlie slite of nut ul lcr not a'hlresscd to the Govern- 1 opera stars shouting or cages about frontage of J25 feet on Fourth Ave. id. ,he arose was laid. >y a of the province, Het 4fl of tire statutes tf 11103, -h htiiran hy .declaring that urns re.siiling in Kansas City he shilp of Missouri, and one neri-> emitting in the province of hoiijd lip a body corporate and ;-o lie !iintc-r the. namp of 'The Alberta inti Waterways Railroad anv.' view.' mav he :o th> nature nf a corporation fi- ber it, .be. that it. is tlie aggregation if7 the individuals composing it, or a Tertiumquid" district there from, it i will be dealt with sc- is considered one of the most val- jthat provided the makes; vercly and sent to the gallows Or be-'uablc in the city. The price certain deposit with the bank and hind prison wails, as the case may (Continued on page 5.) I be." n i i C. P. INTENDS TO ALTER ITS MAINLINE paid foot for the IO'H is the high- cut realized in; Lethbridge, being 1750 per foot. The highest ever paid on FH'th street previously was 1600 a. loot, which shows that although Leth- Dridge ia having no boou at present, tnere has been growth during tne past year. (Continued on- page at issue between the province and the Dominion., McHride goes on to Mont- real and New York and will leave Bowser to carry on negotiations here. The province asks equitable subsidy and the transfer of the railway belt to the, province, more adequate sys- tem for the protection and conserva- tion of .British fisheries, more stringent .measures of Asiatic, immigration: -British Columbia has GREAT CHINESE GENERAL ASSASSINATED BY MANCHUS They Crept Into His Tent and Murdered Him While He Him to be Friendly to olutionaries Not Taken by Rebels not been anil is not now satisfied with the extra of one hun- dred thousand, dollars'" for ten years granted by the Lanricr government in JUQtS-07. Ministers who are here say, however, that they have not deter- mined upon what sum would be sat- isfactory. Pekin, Nov. Wu, a brll- aut young military was recently appointed governor of Shan Hi province, was assassinated at one o'clock this morning. asleep n a tent at the military encampment it Shlkiflh Chang when -thirty Manchu soidKii's rushed in past tlws guard and murdered him. When the officers of ithe general's staff arrested the Man- cUus the -latter stated that Wu had goiro ovor to the revolutionary party and was secretly betraying1 the Man- clins. General wau educated in Japan land had risen rapidly his return to China. He In his views and always credited with sympathy with the reform movements although fie was not an extremist.' Pekin, China, Nov. that this city has fallen into the hands of the revolutionists are without founda- tion. Tb'ere has been .no- fighting RUMOR NAMES NEW CABINET MINISTERS Calgary, Nov. the C. P. R. jis planning a revision main line between Swift Current and Calgary, .which will, practically have tfie'effect or isolating Medicine .Hat, is announc- tro ilil seem that in douii; tins'erf this morning. One'of the great be legislature did in some real sense 'drawbacks to the line between the tK arm beyond the and Calgary has been the heavy grade weit of the Hat. it is now said that the company has submitted to the government plans for a new line which will leave the old at Uwift Cdrrcnt and passing .northward of Medicine Hat, strike the line again at Bassano. between Bassano and Calgary-which will take Strathmore offv.the main JineMs also said to be contemplated. The most Important" feature of the "proposed change Is that It will reduce the dis- tance between Calgary and" Winnipeg by fifty miiesw J o( the province this butc authorised tlie compam to issue ponds, debentures or olnci securities jtp o certain smount and it was, no -merely .sthe'-aulliorit-y oi this chuiKf. that the uomnany undertook to (to something in the citv of N'cv or in the city of London, nnme- ,cll tlie blanket bond lo the him pf J 8 Morgan and C'ompanj j "KuiMherriiorc, the bond was en- dorsed hy the Standard Trust Com- >aiiy selected bj- the Lieu.tenant-Gov- )rnor-in-councH under the provisions' section two of the guarantee act, chapter IB of'the statutes of i1) lo he the trustee for the bond ilLts, and that this act was up- larently, done in Winnipeg beyond the Borders1 of tlie province and hy a ompmy technically resident beyond IIPSC borders. -I.aiji, therefore, ask- to decide that although three per- cns lesidirig outside of the province ou seized upon hy the ud made a.body, corporate althougb f thii body corpora io..may perform leg I PUT BLAME ON THE FARMERS G. P. R. Officials and El- evator Man Investigate Taber Complaints OPERATORS AND MINPS NEAR THE END NEGOTIATIONS It is Possible That the Final Agreement Will be Reached is Almost Certain That Referendum Vote of the Miners Will be Fayorable-r-Mines Should Resume Operations at Once To- U'ord should qe announced some time today that the final agreement of the has at last been reached, and signed by all parties concerned. This was the statement nade ycfitenlay by Chas. Garner, Tn- vpte of the miners In every camp can i operators should ,be in .a position to Iturn ou Inst 00ft' tons daily. bis taken.- This, however, is a ter of forin, and iliere i.i J From rethoridge ilonc close to a dissenting vote among the i 0110 tons should be nised every day, whole men affected. The oprr as ihe four ViOrKinj, mines are a tors tiro very anxious to get mines -workin the thcv position to put .on a complete force _ ,--------_. _ _ juiuto ivmg UIH.K iiHin; i-iitjv of men from the vcrv start while Hoard Member, who more UlLj j Ulo roilitrics nt BrKlgciirt I in cilj- yesterday, having como cnii nil in six montlis. Tlious mds 01 will 100 tons (ia'ilv within (down from the conference which has I tons are on order from (lie 'nslilch been going since Tuesday of last 'Ow.rm- ciucs; u haTjng cslmntpd wcuk. Mr. Oaracr says that the con-! that tons must be delivered is .progressing favorably, and there is no reason to believe that there will he, any hitch in ihe nego- tiations. The reason there before the long spell of weather sets in, in order that (n oils coal famine may he averted. few weelis, The Chinook Coal Co. at- Diamond Citj is pushing Korl on its plant as Seen by the Air. Reed, gen- cold ripicih is possible sen- JHbraltl this mornini. beyond the borders of the pro- vince the act of soiling its bonds al- Alfred Price such act, rests for its validity rolmlv upon a statute of the prov- inci and although a trust companv Tlic reason for the great JK-owevor, with proper tranapcrt-ition length of time taken up in the con- facilities it .should not be nnnv ,M.ok3 Taber, Nov. 7. -.General Superin-: 1S lllat before, this shortage Is caught up for and lint HIM would be .of. the cac" toprcsentihgjon resuming work in Urn mmes least ion tons dul, Hv one or more mines in the district bv I.. I'. .Strong, accompanied oy r. onuus, h, every, iniao thsro are certain al manager of tlio Allierla.lfacific Elc-'pucnijni- conditions which must be I eusting beyond the btirdnrs of the prpvince may hceome trustee for the bondholders and may legally endorse Ihe bonds beyond the borders of the jrpvincc solely nppn the authority of stitute of, our province, yet, never- the'e'is, if the provincial legislature mbsequcnlly attenvpis by another sta- ute io do spmething which may ef- thpse pt'ocecdings and the rights of persons acouiKed hy virtue of them, such an attempt must be ultra rims of the prorince and ineffective, lecausc, so I am told, the provincial egislature cannot .extend its arm eyond our bpundaries. I in unable to give effect to this con- cation. The .legislative authority. laid .the foundation tor ail these proceedings must surely be able p take foundation' away and nl- hmigb the statute whose validity is valor Co.. and C. S. district covered hy a. special clause in Ihe freight agent, spent a few hours in contract. These should all lie dis- this town yesterday. While'here 0[ today, and it is only a mat- engaged in an unofficial inquiry into 0[ mcn win certain allegations against .the local; tiniijng their places in die pits, once elevator men, published first in Ihe niore. Taber Times and rcpublishcd in the! After Lite agreement has been final-i ixsthhridge Herald a week ago.' The. iy reached there will be a delay of charge was made that ttic elevators couple of days until the referendum were not paying the .farmers .fair j prices for their grain. The C.P.H. j is interested in the matter, and the j officials claim that the farmers are to blame. It was stated that twen- j iy emptie.s were set on" and only four were filled. This, they say, works an injustice to the com- pany and to the elevators. They want to know how the farmers can ailed in question here does not go il ulc h far as that, it Is surely undcnl lile that if that authority can do ic greater thing, it can also do. the About Liens or Claims As lo the suggestions that any one expect good prices when they hold ip cars for several days, while the elevators are loaded up with grain. As result of the. visit of the gen- ii is probable cars will not. be available until the elevators arc supplied with all thc cars they need, as the officials claim that, until the elevators get rid of their surplus they can't handle grain WILL ADJOURN OVEOOLIDAYS Provincial Legislature to Have Lot of Business at Coming Session Edmonton, Alia., Nov. dale of opening of the Provincial legisla- ture has bcca postponed from the Ilith to .N'ov. 30th. The session, which will be the third of the second Legislature oi Alberta will be held AUSTRALIA'S RAILROAD PROJECT A Transcontinental Line Over a Thousand Miles Long ci ll mmger silted tliat in six necks, Ihe compain would have it's spur tiack consiiutted from Kipp, ig out spring; amount will be nised to 500 side i ion inn planl will he' in -Jtlul l po ition to (inn oui its full capac- ity of tons. Pven one in tlit, is patiently jawaiting Ihe lime when work in the mines will be resumed, as with the cold weather coming on, Ihey do not feel inclined to pay the exorbitant price per ton, winch is being charged! for coal delivered in the city at'present. Edmonton, Nov. Hen. A. L. Slfton decides to enlargi his cabinet he will do so by taking In a man from Central Alberta, and one fi-om North- ern Alberta. At present the .south has two cabinet Messrs. McLean and Mitchell, find the centre snd north, one each, Messrs. Marshall and Slfton, .Either Ceo f. Smith, M P, P., Camroie, or M. P. P., Scdgewlek, will Ix minister from the central part of province. In the north there is "sale to be a likelihood of J L Cut's, M f P. for Athabasca, being chosen. Ottawa, Xov. According to ad- vices received. hy the department oi trade and commerce, tlie government j of the Commonwealth of Australia las under consideration the construc- tion of a transcontinental railroad which will connect Adelaide, South Australia to Perth, Western Austra- lia, the bill for which is at the council last night took steps t out time before the commonwealth ''ave the charter amended in such parliament. ma Llltll. iluy (Jtlt; w vi ..IIIL.LII it, yc IICIU the defendants had a lien or claim j T" in thc legislative ion the money, his the statute j money and accrued interest, shall c paid to the treasurer of the prov. cc without, any set-off or counter aim. He says, that all thc co'.irt s to do is to give, effect to this iiise in the ar.t. "The court holds j REVIVE THE SCHOOl QUESTION IN MAN. Archbishop Langevin to go to Qyebec to Stir Opinion Ottawa, Nov. that the Conservative parlj air, again install- ed in power, His Grace Archbishop jangcvin, of Kt Boniface, Manitolba, las revived his campaign for remedi- al legislation for the. -minority in Manitoba and on Sunday last preach- ed a sermon at. vSt. Constant in. a prairie county in which Jic declared that, the sehool fiuestion had .never i been settled and announced that "if he could get the necessary .nermisr .sion" he would make jv tour of the province of.Quebec to arouse public opinion upon the subject [To intiniaied that it was the. tenfion to at once OJKMI a in Qucijcc and lo have petitions to Parliament signed at every church door, demanding that the extension of the boundaries of Manitoba: should made the occasion for giving the French und Catholic, minority of that province their rights in regard tp schools and the use of their language'. This reminds old timers of an in- cident which tool: place some years ago, when His- Grace.of St. Boniface went to Montreal with the intention of making just such., a .campaign as Medicine ilat, Mia., Xov. llli't now proposed. Mr. Henri 13onr- nssn wa_s then ardent Liberal and, one Saturda.v, that it was I proposed by Mgr. Lan.ncvin lo preach' whatever here and there it io "enco that the Emperor or Regent nave Itei. Prince Chlng contlnuei to act as premier pending the arrival !of yuan Shf Kal. Nor Is there any Indi- cation that Pekin is etsncre in various legations think' it will he the lust of the Important cities to go. The presence of innny Man- cnua princes Indicates their .belief that I'okin hs the surest nlace in the cm- P'ro. The imperial government hai concentrated here all tire moat roya! and faithful troops in the army u4 nas craftily sent all doubtful mentg to far distant points. The. Em- peror's personal guard it an army-'dl- vlilon numbering ten thousand, men, Wancbiis. A number of offlcerB ot the Chinese first division are likewise Manchus and the city police are for me most part members' of the gim4 racy. As for old style troops that camp outside city are .Chinew out are of type which are honored b> Manchu title of be- their ancestors aided Manchii conquerors against their own people. There hi no question as to the loyalty of these tr6qps. Tiie population of the city Is without anna, and there- unable, to effect any serious, up- rising. There is no froopa within Immediate striking distance of the capital. In case of emergericy Manchu lead- ers and court will probably seek re- luge in legation quarters here' or. in roreign settlements at Tien Tain, Amoy In Bad Fix Amoy, Nov: is without a government.: Tao Tai Chlng is in hld- ng hut he expected tomorrow Up- five hundred Hunaneae sol- dien recognize no authority but are remaining qntet The police are use- and disappear at the illsbteat sign of. trouble. A non-paf-tizan. vol- unteer corps composed of 750 young men of good'familiefi has been organ- ized and 18 stations throughout the territory for the purpose pf suppressing, any disorder. The sentiment of the'neople Is strong- ly revolutionary but peaceahjc. The rebels, are expected to assume con- trol any day. but so far they have not done s'o. There is an anti-foreign sen- timent apparent here. Foreigners Not in Danger London, Noi Pekin special to the Times says: "Wealthy Chinese are flocking tp the foreign concessions authorities haie obtained permis- sion of the powers to bring the troops without the artillery .within the limits "ixed by the agreement-of 1902 hut mly a few hundred have bteen brought n though thousands are stationed Im- mediately outside the seven llm- The chamber of commune fs en- isting 2000 volunteers to guard the pusiness premises. Two hundred Rui- Inn troops will arrive here today and ive hundred Germans have teen ord- to be in rendinesu to proceed rom Tsing A small French gun- oat arrived here. The opinion is that oreigners are in no danger. MEDICINE HAT TO AMEND CHARTER .t! Will Seek Power to Ap- point an Industrial Commissioner V. T. R. PRESTON TO BE FIRED BY GOVERNMENT Ottawa, Nov. W. A. Bod- doe, of Yukon fame, located at Anck. land, New Zealand; W. T. H. Preston, who was connected with the old ROBS movement, and later; had to leavte Ja- pan on account of difficuUios, and is now in Holland, and J. B. Jnmieson, mixed un in tile West Elgin scandal, now trade commissioner at Shanghai, China, will be from tine trade and. commerce department shortly, was Hou. Geo. E. Foster :oday nncr as to give authority for the in ml ,1 ls employment of an industrial commls- lordship h3VC giving farmers a chamber" of wh'icii practicaliy nliics tllc sioner under'salary. In this manner which declares- that'1'001' deal They rcadv maintain they are only buying on margin of two or three cents fretiur-ntly lose grade' on .what ship. and they tcally soner uner saary. n to arc. not so great compared ,ho colmci, ]v pening I "'lth 1hc obstacle. to m' A DEMOCRATIC FAVORITE for oceupation. Owing t lateness in (he year [or the opening of the session, ii is unlikclv that (he! is ltat "f an supply j the publicity funds oi largo amount of business before tliei0n'lhc vm'u'' hl" libc'ral house will be transacted Christmas, so that an adjournment will be necessary, Ihp, house to meet is provided lor this item, bciorp. outlay, j airoady raised by the citizens. a like amount Us the average rainfall over a considerable dislance is only far from Montreal along tiic lines used at'St.. Constant last Sunday he telephoned to a bish- op and inforn.'ed him that if the. Arch- bisliop of St. Boniface carried out QUIET AT FERNIE Fernie, Nov. has beett 'ree from disprnyr in (he presence of L large number of provincial and Chief .inspector Campbell, to- .gether with the fact that no miners except fiite bosses and others who stiave not been molostod came down from Coal Creek. WHEEL LEFT AUTO; PORTAL MAN KILLED FACTORY DESTROYED his intentions ho (ilourassa) would go i North Portal, Sask., Nov. to flic church and then and there Clard, night watchman of the town fer to debate the question with His jot Fortaj, Nr. D.. was Instantly rfrlled j Grace. i when an aulomobln; In which he Vas This message was gi'-en to Mgt.' about thirty miles an hour, urty. Dody. KILLED rdown, struck id in- over hi. ;