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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald TV. Lethbritfgc, Alterta, Wednesday, November Number 27? INEW MEXICO GOES IN FAVOUR OF REPUBLICANS New State Will Elect Sen- ators to Support Taft TAMMANY WINS Holds New York by De- creased tions in U. S. York, Nov. held! j yesterday in ninny stales. nnd citit's j throughout the country resulted in! ihe election of democratic governors in Massachusetts, Kentucky -md -Mis- souri, republican governor in Itliodu Island, assembly in N .York" which will challenge the con- tiniiiiDCR oi..Sby. policies, a New Jersey a majority probably not in" accord with Govcr- i nor Wilson, witn rusults oi the state elections in Maryland and New Mox- i ico siill in doubt. In Massi.cimsetts Gov. FOHS, demo- erat, was elected by a reduced ma- joriiy of nbout oyer Louis I Frolliiiig-liani, republican. The eon-j NEWSPAP6R MAN NOMINATED Wlndior, Nov. aii-'enClitulHB- uc meeting of Ihc Uborals of South held at Klngsvli'ie, II. li. Brett, a well-known newspaper man of Essex WHS nominated to oppose Ur. C. X. Anderson, Conservative candidate hi the local house. LAND AGENT AT CALGARY iMgary, Nov. is understood In local Conservative circles that W. lUii'lall, of the Pacific Land 4 to bo appointed Dominion land succeed .1. R. Sutherland, who resign- ed fjtor the rerant federal election. ROUTES FOR SPET RAILWAY MATO01 BY SUPERINTENDENT Three Lines to be Used at the of the System Will be Double Ready for Operation August Cars to be Power House If Superintendent Arthur Held, of plans to completion Inside the time no city's department In s's successful in his new undertaking as ift has bepn in building up the muni- :ie .nan set. To facilitate the work wnlch will .be started as early. In'the spring eonditionB will allow, he RASMUSSEN IS MACRATH'S Will Try to Get the Tory Nomination in Card- ston District (Special to the Herald) -Hagrath, Nov. r.-ell-attend- >.lest'was unexiJt'ctedly close and car-jea primary of tht Conservattvea of i ly returns-indipHted Gov. Foss rtc- "Irtt. 'AWerman J. A. i "asmusscn ivas'unanimously selected fcatwl. 'Ihc, Kcpublican nimlidate (or. M tho candidalo for t'ho nomination, Lieut. -Governor was elected by, 'and L everyone present i majority and other reiiublican state candidates probably are eleefed. .in JKhoilu Potliier, lepuljli- con, h 're-elected over Louis A. lermnn, hy ;1 greatly in- j creased piuralit-y.. --The state siMiate is solid Hit. assembly largely ra-Jis .ft, civic flections, 119, secured, the i trausplreil inHbc" jutiiatiph'.i; publican. York state iurnislietl I -tlie- cliiei'Sirpriscs' of t-lie largest msjority .of any t-ioii reversing the, present anchu garrison, an attack, me must request th. City uaa requested nermiBsiati''to take re- Solicitor Jmmediatelj to put the mat- use in tbe British consulate ?A ter In ahape, so that the amended the The local- leaders j permanent beginning of winter. I think they have a strong'man and lie- No authentic has -Voio '1'hoEc who will represent Magratu .it. the convention are: .lohn Bridge, C, Katxcn, Fred Karren, j. A, RaEiimssen. Dr. Sanders, L Marker, T. Fowler, C. W. Stdddanf, .1. U. nudge, J. A. Ririe, C.-V. .Harris, it. W. BrflrJsluuv. J. T. Spencfis, Mel- ;vin Godfrey, Frank W. Ev- T. K.- Roberts, 'J. T. Chipman. "A number, of alternates were aleo choE- it Is expected that. J1. P. P., and. Messrs. Riley. Patterson, Hoadley, Twecdic and will be in auoudance. Loader Michoiior is un- mile; to attend. PROGRAM IS MUCH mat a vole would be taken tomorrow, nut nothinE-to warrant this has been neard trom the committee. Tl-.'a trial of Sweeney, charged with intimidating Alexander Ba-rr, which was commenced yesterday and ad- journed -to two-thirty this afternoon, was again adjourned to Thursday, the county court session not being con- cluded, today. at the beginning, the holt line, the north and south line, and the east line. Route No. 1, Belt Line .Starting at the depot, Tunning west flions 1st avenue south to oth street south, along iith street south to 7th avenue south, east along 7fh avenue to Gth street sou'lh, south on fith 'utraet to flth avenue south, east along sident in the city. The compilers wirj- wprk; in conjunction with the po- nce bf the city when the recount can- SIIH is being- taken. It is understood that no advertisements will be solicit- ed for the new directory, the issue, of which is expected io number between toree n.nd four hundred copies. PEEL LIBERAL NOMINATION jjrnmpton, Nov. Smith, of Helton, has been nominated by Peel Liberals, to oppose Sam Charters, M, ij. P., for the legislature, BALFOUR RESIGNS THE UNIONIST LEADERSHIP London, Nov. A. J. Bal- four lias' resigned the leadership .of flic linionisl party This iiiinowicement was mado aL the annual meeting of the Unionist party today and came a.s a great sur to the general puljJic who had been led to believe That the leadur London, Nov. The prime minis- ter's unexpected announcement reta- in tlic first election that New N.exico to manhood suffrage in the House would triumph ovpr that section of lias hrld Ihc clfttiwi is not coil of Co nmonh ytsterda; lias ciuseri a (he thafmg under his diinnclin L 1 niit) the result is in ilouwt Tne great sensation on fooih sides oi atlon to lead along election ,o( the wpublicon logisU'.turc House and it appears likely to meet line's. This faction was headed by is indicated which will mean' the with mvich criticiin.1 if not, open oppo- F. Smith, the brainy young Liyer- election :6f two republican Unilted States senators. fioclallata Gain Marked "sociaJiiit strength has fle: tcloped at points notibly in acyeral of'-the municipal contests ipf Ohio, where ten cities elected social sition, from Liberals as well as Con- iWr; tithes Tt was understood that next session would be devoted Uelv to home rule and WeKh dis-es lainitc and oi 3 pioleclion tablishmenf and friends o( thct-e two isi tinft measures that the in tic-duct on thcre has been apparent calm which there IE tn (he jnr1j slnM memorable out- 'Mr. Balfonr today. The result has 'been to wcalccu the party and the next keen interest. IK watched for with M.IS niadb the occuion for the au- nouiicement Halfour's resigna- tion from the leadership. U is no secret- that the cx-preinicr has never been in entire accord with patch to the Times from Ifong Kong nays through trams to Canton Hopped running by Viceroy's ortteri or fears of pillage Shanghai, Vov r R customs moneys of tbih mm losited in Shanghai i lie credit of the inipector general absolutely at a standstill. Unly bank notes art! accepted transactions betw een foreigners .iid Chinese must be in caih Not- extraordinary conditiuiiB he city presents a normal, almost oiiday appearance Outside of the etttement Chinaman weirs a j tme band on bis arm; even fiibool oya and naval and military cfdeta I tmis decorated The consuls are hi their official business GOV- can be brought before the first session- of legislature." Ptrtfhent Remarks Alderman Goode supplemented his motion bv a lew pertinent remarks to the council He stated that council had been 'severely from time to time, both through press, and the public generally, for, their delay lu ;the matter, wheriiv as ,so far as he could see, the coun- cil WRS la no war to blame They had asked two months ago that charter fre amended to include the necessary articles for intTodup- tion of the commission form of ernment, and had forwarded about 60 pages, containing many of the aary clauses prepared hy com- P Wallace and J L Mtnwarlnff, who vrnment officials have disappvared, and i Bad spent a great deal of tine on coneuIB htne no Instruction! ing revolutionaries who are actually etiectlvely governing. Pekin to Fall san Francisco, Nov predic- tion that Pekin fall within two weeks is-made by the revolutionary (eaderfi here An upming bad t'sen planned iho> assart, but on account ot'the difficulty in getting arms :aud ammunition to the (llsaftected.lnipijr- muste within the walla, the outbreak delayed. Weapons are being. Be- eretly distributed -md the leaders wnh in' the wal'iB are awaiting the signal to seize tne city (Continued on page 5 DEAF AND DUMB FAKIR NABBED Retired in Orderly Fashion It '.is significant that the annual meciine of the Tariff Reform league tho policy and thai, it has rccened but perfunctory sup- CHARGE HER WITH TO KILL Kunora Out Nov A was' halted here tonight b> matter, and who bad offered ,to OMh fer with Mr. Conybean, mi lent their aid to get the charter preparvp for presentation at the Mnlon' tills full The whole blame, thotlfMi, should rest on tin city soHeftor. Expressions of opinion from Msurar j Adams, ,md, otheri of the were to tbe. same and the ore resolution was unanlmaut- Boirt) of Trade Glti Mo The Board of Trade submitted Ita report, showing the financial condition of the body, and requesting that tlie rouncll pay to them the balance of the grant mitde last spring, Their legtrest was granted They nlso wrote, endorsing the action of the council In calling for a police cm-' SUB, and offering anv aid It might n their power tq-flve. A CornpcnMtlon Casa V .W. Poaptt waited on the council n connection mlth the compeniatiol c.neer W de Young, one of Pott at an, time .hll thnt anv'on Hcaricd In F P .Smith, the young- on ,ho ]M as subscrntrs to elections when he forced the Ln onrsts' Itadcr to agree with him in announcement thai if rrrturncd lo no duU uoild imposed on loort kturts, thus cutting away one cif Ihc mam pnnAS of Ihe Chamber- irosramme, nT a pt'eierence for colonial r action oi Hir1 has fighting tot the retirement m been Mr. i liberal sums, hut bis well must come, anil the man Is entitled ed lo tnc stipulated amount week Bal'our in fmor oi Austin Chambc, lam, and the mm-mence oi their des- t i 11, !o lone: as nio inluij him generallv prosperous, appearance {nm dty havg uay committed for trial on charge pcritp conflict our home n Pt attempted murder of David Movd- We had lo do with Mr. aroused Instigation by, hte lump whenevCT i the police disclosed the lact that the cheques camo from tbe Insurance may i nanirs 0[ wete forged he was company or. of ROEC Township on Oct. 2J. four s decision lo rctlrr from tho tur- ine admlnlitratlon of ii-rycbnlno nol-j moll of pirH strife lo the philoso- son In sonlfl frod she is alleged to DONOVAN AGAIN Brockville, Nov. I'. P., was unsuimouslV ehoBr to contest Krockvllle In the coming vilon. This will be his fourth cam- (n'in yturn. ti.'rc of I is illness could be probr-d This being unsatlslactory, the 'rctarj treasurer was instructed to to phtc cilm of Ins iibrau. united at his back'. .glvMi the man during a visit jto tier home. fno olnrr ni personal A Secret i -f loyalty chaMcterlirs the attitudr of The faction Ird hy Mr. Smith HIP n.nk Mnd (lie ol the partr to mut, altitude, and so .ftr have busy on a cabal, de- (ho Mm Movdhic leader and cons.minwU- par- The' atiilrcss gnon as the hospital de Young weekly, and to render where he had receded treatment monthly bill to tie ipiurance -iom- Vancouver, proved to he on a vacant j Pany lot. lie was not shaHcn out his 1 (o Chamberlain in 'the leadership, and vlliat Iht! oilier, have licen cajiliired is abuiH uviti see her resardlng- her husbunii'a M- Miamentarian, whos< sterling qualities tate M wliieh he, executor. i ,a been years slnml- two by UK resijjnatliii between Morilejr the Hpnai-yl.iivi nfaartiahlr Iribiilt at ys'.igo trom Ihe L'anadl- krioun it mav accoiinth showed na gcmiinr. l HiSjbank considerable sums, ranging from .to .JOO, coilected m, .Saskatoon, I'Minontou and other i T. B Rose, who owns the' lot tod shack next to Ih'e flro hall, wrote naking that he be not required to'con- nect the building up with wnter find Bewer--fti required in the bylaw until hr; Intends tearing down the old frame bunding and pv-V (LoBlinutd on ;