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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. 12 PAGES Lethbridge, Alto., Tuesday, November 8, CHANGE CITY'S NAME CANUCK M ENGlMITCORONAllffi Number 278 BIG TIE-UP Of RAILROADS Engineers on Lines Run- ning out rrom Chicago SIXTY-ONE LINES MAYORALTY TALK IN TABER Taber, Nov. W.. Douglas and G. 0.-.Millar have returned from atrip to Mr. Douglas' fruit farm in B. C. Mr. x. A. Cunningham of Leth- bridge raid a flying visit to Taber to- day in me interests of the" Rogers-j uunninrj'imm Lumber-Co. .While here' he appointed A. F Veale manager of uie company's yard here, replacing Mr. Witter, the present manager, who TODAY'S VOTE MAY MAKE IHASY For Canada To Get The Very Best of: Terms nr I W IS iin rn 1 h.s s. "r1 f (company in LonteKTenceS will qait the tut; With Companies 'Were Fruitless Chicago, Xov. strike vote' be takim amojig-the ;'engineers of I sixty-ofic railways v.-sstVi south and ihe HI of Chicago, ir.ois Central, following tone temiina-j ticn today between the roads and; grand olFictrs of the FROM THE STATES No Indications as to the Nature of Tariff Negotiations Ottav.-a, Nov. negotia- tions today were coJifmed to one com- paratively brief sitting in a commit-. inc i m i tee room" of the senate'which cou- jas he expects to. be riway from eluded shortlv after five None a great deal next year. the commissioners would say a j DTJ G. W.. Leech Iseems to be the word aKd apparent- that they Mr. -business as !soori as finished '.vfcat work he inas in buna. Greater interest .is, Leiing manifested in- the f-n-tlKoming mimic'Ra] election correspondent has ever no- ticed before. nitIy" that 'Je seek R. L. RICHARDSON ROOSEVELT'S HOPES NOT HIGH Doesn't Figure on Large Majority For His Nominee TALKED ALL DAY Edmonton, Nov.. he" Conserva- tives of the province will con- vention in Edmonton oh Wednesday at which it is expected, that a leader for the party will _be chosen., .It is said that R. B--Bennett has. announced thai be will retire, from politics'af- ter this session and will .accept the leadership under" no circumstances. i READY FOR Address Win" Be by Stewart and McArthur i-V In Effort to Get New York Voters to. Vote for Stimson but neither of- these wish to give up their federal ositions. ,-is ".also mentioned, but j he'is not" considered sufficiently strong in the faith for'the .A'ew York. .Xov. rho'ur at "tt an early REGJNA POLICE. DENY KNOWo-EDGE OF AFFAIR Kegina, Nov. today that the cast, in years. t surprises was win be One of the the eleventh conditions stood between the j e nomnated- Tne names., of Alex J beyond the initial 's'tage of a prelim- iors. Crrand Chief Warren Stone, of; eck and R- A- Orman- are -also ex.cnange qf views, but the prob- Condon..Nov. L. Rich- of the Winnipeg Tri- e, -by-his.'.eloquent oratory uuring a recent -visit when on several occasions he spoke in 1m- men would have'expressed their de- i0ur correspondent is. of. the "opin- sire bv December I'Oth. Immediately J ion that Taber ".should recompense, its there-after the .last: opportunity would, 'mayor and cctniucillors for their ser- bc given the roacls: to meet tlie work-j vices, as this- .vould.tend to induce the ers, .and if they .'ignored it within live i hours; eyc-ry engine, 'west of Chicago in .ail -branches" ofv service would be. still- ed and-the fires and "out of would :step every en- >t-" x S meu to -be fif-'OBe- some of their time gineer on "duty. The representatives of .--niwv in.-the-; twqaty-fivc. conferences -.which, -tpidjiy' without result) were Warren' Stone and Ash KeSfiScrn] F. Burgess, E. S. Corrigan, M. Vt. j Cadlc and S. F.. assistant -j grand chiefs of '.the Brotherhood of' Locoirotive Engineers. The negotia- tions received tlic advice of sion managers of the brotherhood, i who directly reported the smaller! councils of "the order. Railway offi- i dais as follows heard tlie drivers' i demands, W. B. Scott, of- the Union j Pacific; F. E. Ward, Burlington; F. (r. Butchelder. The Chicago terminal Belt Lino; W. A. Durham, The Mis- souri, Kansas and Texas; F. M. Em- erson, The Great T. J. Fok-y. of The Illinois Cential; F. C. Fox. of the Topeka and Sank- Fe; Grant Hall, of the Cana- dian Pacific: I-I. J. Simmons, of The "Kl'Paso Southwestern, and A. W. Trcholm, The Chicago, St. Paul, Min- neapolis Omaha. to public The- sidewalk in along Alain'strec: the track to the _enginc-j tne'Union hipiPi will'be a: boon dwellers so during ,win.tcr GIRL m OLD EOPEONfflltE in the direction of bringing.about betterment of trade conditions par- ticularly in respect of a freer -.inter- change of the natural products, .-..of. the two countries are concerned noth- ing of a definite character is known, and statements which ha-ve roeen as to what ivill be proposed by either country are based solely'.on deduc- tions drawn from existing trade.con- ditions. It is-understood ihat the- Canadian' negotiators are by: no -means: Hi Pan- offer- ed the nomination at the next general His constit- tiency joins ..that of Bast St. .Pancreas. whVre Joe Martin got a spanking' majority last" general 'efebtibn. and is- at a TJmonist who "wresied it hour 'admission of Theodore Roosevelt >-bo said that he. was not counting on ja majority of more, than for Ktimson, Chairman Prentice of the Republican state committee, has been victory, by over 'mat both Theodore Roosevelt and JStiinson i'elt the need of extraordinary efforts on the very eve of the election, was apparent- from the campaign which -both made yesterday which they kept up till midnight. Looks Good for Republicans i, the .Winnipeg, papers., to .the esxect girls-had been rescued from, a house ill-fame here. the. police denied' all 'knowledge of any such rescue o'r any Winnipeg girls having" been .brought into Re- gina for the purpose stated., Likely To Be AnotHfer, IT -C-' rail oession in i Y j Bride IS 8Cllt ed because those -who are opposed to j -f- reciprocity have not been adverse -to proclitiming their''views from, the house-tops. Their action serves -to make-it clear t-o the American, nego- tiators, that .the government cannot afford to make, a bargain unless it. promises to bo a good one for the and will no doubt help to convince them if they are. really an- xious for a reciprocity treaty" that for everything Canada gives the Unit- ed States must, concede something of H.binc. Groom Tries to Commit Suicide -D resden, Tenn., Nov. bee ause he had been forced to sur reorder- his 18-year-old bridge, Thorn as Gaskins, 75 years old, a wealthy pl. inter, stabbed himself with a The Questions at Issue TliP whole question arose from a aife at his iiert thisT'af.- docision of the criginemen themselves t arooon, "inflicting wounds which prob- in convention at Detroit last spring, a ibly will terminate fatally. In a three weeks' session it was'de-f Following the death of his wife ciiiod that the existing wage scale in weeks ago, Gaskins, despite par- effect since February, 1907, was un-J ental objections, secured the consent- 'satisfactory-and that working condi- j of Lizzie McDaniels to marrv him lions had bi.'cn imposed by railways Yesterday, he rode to the McDaniels which should be eliminated. Thf f home, held the -family at bar under -rrancl officers were named to meet tb cover of a revolver and rode awav at least an equal value in return. In. some the view is expressed that tomorrow's elections in the United States may have bearing on 'the negotiations. A victory for low tariff democrats, it is asserted, might have the effect of inducing the American Commis- sioners to make greater Concessions bl _ and the more they arc prepared to give, the greater "will be the .prob- ability of a satisfactory and 'work- able agreement being arrived at. roads. The general working contf tions of which the engine drivers cor m plain includf.-, among others, the fc jl- lowing: Drivers of the Mallet co m- pound fp.gincs which do practica ;lly astride a-mule with the young man seated behind him. They rode 1 i Thiles to Paris, where they 'were mar-1 ned at 4 o'clock this morning. j In the meantime the sheriff', at the' the of. two engines and enta ,.il a request of the bride's father w-ent'ini corrospondirigly greater responsibi .lity i pursuit of the elopers. When he over SAD DEATH OF MBS. HARDING' from the Fire at randon the last election. ".v Xov. tioned today regarding the- cabled report that he had been- to contest South .St." Pancreas in Liberal-Radical in-' terest at the next general elec--' tion, R. L. Richardson, editor- ,and proprietoni.ot.The Winni-' .J. ,peg Tribune, saia he had been 4. greatly flattered by that offer and still had it under consid- eration. He would welcome tne opportunity of joining in 4- -.the-fight against the House of 4. Lords in -that constituency, 4. but his business interests here made it very difficult for him 4- to get away for any consider- able length of time. He would reach a decision shortlv. A Nov. figat" was the general, sentiment voic- ed in; Minneapolis regarding the guber- national and mayoralty fights today. -Bet-ting odds are in favor of Eberhart at 4 5> l. while the most general bet- ting is on.the size of his majority.. rangingjTom -twenty to, thirty thous- Satteriee. is the favorite in -the mayoralty -Harries' in eh" refusing bets. .Both Satteriee and Haynes men claim victories, though admit mat when tbe votes are .counted to- night the difference between candi- dates "will be small. Richard Tatters- I'leld -of tbe. Democrat committee pre- dicted about 1500 majority. For Con- gress it is conceded that Frank M. Rye upon whom the Progressives battled lor fiercely, will win out by a good majority over Thomas P. Dwyer, De- mocratic cai> tllil ate REACH E NTOMBED MINERS Seattle, Nov.- hope is held, out -for the safety ;of the fifteen men cought the_-temffie ;ex- prosibn in Newson coal mine -at Black Diamond'.' Rescuers5.'are-w-orking hero- ically, to-reach the'miners. They have reached the first-level at a-depth, of 350 feet but'the walls arc crumbling, and wort is hazardous. CHOC-ERA- IN ROME" liast; .oeen no deaths. cases '.of ch'pl- the _ Edmonton, ginning to assume an: animated1-