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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald U "if.IV. Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, November CHANGE IN THE ROUTE ROUGH TIES OF CANADIAN NORTHERN ON ONTARIO Number 278 [few Plans 'Fifed With Railway Depart- ment ENTER CARDSTON Jteration in Survey of Lethbridge-Maryfield Line 8POKANEITES REFUSE TO BUILD CITY HALL _ Spokane, .Vov. voters of Spokane for the second time defoatoi proposed bond Isnue of 'or the erection of a new hall. The vote lacked about 200 of tho ru- 'inlred three-fifths to carry it. The city sold its present city hall and silt 'or railroad purpOBcii. FINE TRIBUTE SOUTHERN ALBERTA Tl'r. .Canadian Northern Railway 'ill ask approval of the uiini.stcr of "nys on Nov. 21, for route plans line running .across the extreme nithrrn part of'Alberta. The plan j-. lows thu route through townships.] rariTiers Making Prompt Payments and Square- ranges '3 to 28. The lino Blong the southern part of LaSc lja- Bowki, and then lirops south into Ijownship two and. fallows almost a Straight course to township 2 range B2, where it down very close to Ihe International boundary. It then Roes crossing the St. river, north of Kimbali, anil ng through Aetna into L'nrds Bon. From Cardston it procn-ds Blong the soutliern end of the Hlood J.escrre and crosses the Belly river north of.Caldwoll and the route here turned north towards Brock- on the Crow's Nest linn. This 'ailroa.it is shown, to cross the A. R. I. Gout-is branch, just south of 'lit River station. The Maryfiild Branch lii company, have also liled plans Severe Weather Causes Loss of Several Boats Konora, Ont., Nov. anxiety felt in town since the receipt of a Ire from Wat-road this morning tstni- ins Ibat tin; steamer Forest owned by .Mr. Ueaudrc, of the Beaudrc fish- eries, Itainy Iliver, is ice boimd with a hole in her bov; near Painlnr's Rock, south of the HUte'traverse, Lake of It is loaded with supplies and towing a large barge heavily freighted. She was on her way to AT COAST Vancouver Council Ap- proves Draft of New PAY FAT SALARIES WAS SIEZED PAY Canton Declared Indepen- Chinese Rebels Make Progress CITY RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALDERMAN FRAYNE WON'T RUN AGAIN Urossy Itiver Camp and Rainy River. Efforts have been unauccesBful so far to send a boat to her aid from this Point, or Rainy River, owing: to tha boats being In TOuulsttlon elsewhere Another report received here today Arrears that of the largest barges of the The Financial Post, of Canada, in Co., in tow of the steamer Knipmss, slates that she Ixmdon, Xov. despatch from Tien j.TsIn says that the revolution- rivs posted thli morning; manifestos throughout city; declaring their in- leutlon of seizing Tien Tsin today. Tbcy called sympathiBers to Mayor Others woar arm of the ri lutionary movement. its Winnipeg letlcr, pays a tribute lo .Southern Alberta, in a reference M collections. It savs Lollrct 01 s are reported to he very had. from ll'.c .s m.iy luiillA 1I.U L tin 1V the department of railways and j but the' arrears man's H-it the implement men want to secure the lirst money Ihe crop. Tin's year their men in the field nhcn both u li harvesting; were held up by ibe 'her. The collectors arc not there- fore their way." .There but exception. In Southern Alberta payments are excellent evin from the Implement man's H not only collecting the Hit iccu struck a rock out in the lake urn! sank It was heavily loaded with supplies for one of the winter lumber camps "d lf is Ula loss win bo Want Vancouver, Nov. The city coun- cil has ipproved of the draft of a pro. posed commission fo'rm of eovcrnmont to the ntj charier -ir. to be made at Jsniian session of hi leclslature anil the to come. Into :fdrce oii year after. The amendments provide for four commissioners at a salary of seven thousand five''hundred each, and a mayor at a salaryof ten thousand next is stl'il French consul endeavored without success fa'persuade him to leave his yamon which he has surrounded with his guards. It is feared that desper- ate fighting will occur at this point. Latest advices from Pekin say the situation is ciuiet there. Refugees still pouring out the gates. A'cablegram from Niti Chwane. the chief port of Manchuria, predicts an shortly, Canton Declirei Independence Kong, Nov. the capital of Kwang 'Tung province and Alderman has decided no, lo seek re-election at the approaching municipal elections. In, conversation tho Herald Mr. Frayne that his rsasons for withdrawing from municipal life was due to the fact that It interfered with hie business'whie required all his attention in future.- A PASSENGER RAN INTO A FREIGHT Two Trainmen Lost Lives in Collision at Red- cliff DeiiiK the.-laet year for in China, formerly for a revised route of their (ffaryfielYl-Lelihbridgc' branch' throujh OMliship (i 25, west of the "ml.meridian, to west o[ the rth meridian! -The plans come for cpn'sideration oh Nov. old roiite ran practically throujh township (1 from, Estevan, .west 'to p-ange 21, west of the third The revised brings the line fciou-n into township 5, as far as [pnKc 10, west Of the third.meridian. this point, it takes a south-west- y course through township 4 into then.north again to ;ownship and. south through-town- whcn droiith Mrought destructi in) If the Weather Clears Up Soon Farmers Will not Suffer Since the beginning of the cold snap MOB almost directly west to lions .will have on the which Bownship 3- range 2, west of the Is not already threshed It his boen Bourth. At this point it connects feareil that anv grain gtud with thn'route outlined above, carry- the line through to Cardston. in the ncJEhborhood of ffi.OOO. MEDICAL MEN MAKEWSCOVERY Blood Transfusion Suc- cessful jn Counteracting Bichloride Poisoning Sj without precedent in the annals of nodical practice is the direct trans- fusion of blood to counteract bichlor- ifle- poisoning performed upon Mar- garet hiirse'in training at the Sicicii I" ut hobpilal in bro kane. -Her mother. Mrs. J. Ii. Val- entine, 1748 Eleventh avenue. said last nigijt that the patient is im- proving rapidly Miss Scullv bj mis Ublcts for a tion wl hcail K.IIC but before the- poison began difficult ic tisml not get Present the coun- cil ill anplj for the Icgla lation to give theniseh'es salaries of foiii teen hundred m phce of the pi e Eent .four hundreil.'doilars. 'I am tired hearing ourselves to aa1 those Cpinheads workina at the cltj hall for throe dol lars a way one alder- man expressed it. Medicire Hat. Xov. foil _______ do-j03" bound passenger Ini Glared its independence at noon today j roar of n freight at Redcliff lai "'night. Fireman BishopVand Brak man. Begin were killed outright, is reported' that there were.none in iu.-ed when the dragon flag was lowered and a salute In honor' of the new enmrent fired. (Continued on page 5.) MISSIONARIES ARE ALL SAFE The Methodist Compound Sheltered English People Toronto 9 bile the anxiety of friends of the Canadian missionaries in .West China, a letter received bv the Rei R Hurni of Omenec from his d uifrhtcr one of the Methodist missionaries in tho t The which Is dated i from tint MOVEMENT TO REDUCEDIVORCES Stay-At-Home Clubs New Wrinke Started in the United States Spokane, WashVI Nov. tht Tamliy tlr-s ind divorce temptations is the primary jurposc of a natipn-wiric movement dunchu1 in hi tht. forma ion of a at i'oiiie club for mar- led men a1he national organisation to be known as the Slaj-at Home Leagic o.l America. E.'Potter Hall lormcrlv an I no v member of the editorial of the Spokesman RCMLH uho origin atcd the idea the onlj obliga tion of the members be to stay at hoinc with their families at least' three nights, i week. George A.I WANT HIM TO RUN FOB MAVO Montreal petition is be- ing circulated asking ex-Aid. Jlederi Mil-tin to be i candidate for major FIRE AT SEAMSVItLE Beamsville Ont N'ox lion nd planing mills of n 0 Konle tn lilBB from this place were complotelj destrojecl hi (ire eutailinj a loss o over Stl.OOO. ln treatment were applied, but she o "nt h> me seniors lo hollies of the to fail Hlooi shotted and until recentlj it was Impossible Christnn of to. FEACH FOREIGNERS A NEEDED LESSON ;loss. however, will sot bo'Iha [Case. The Herald cajled on several this morning are thoroughly j converrant with conditions tbroilih '.the country, and In overj case their .opinion was that the loss nould be or non'd, should weather condi change as has been the cape In I previous years. i There is no doubt that: comlitibns SENps MAN-SLAVER TO oave been Ellch this season as to make FOR tnipoBBlblc to get the ciop tiiroslwd :'UFE j Before the cold -at. In but ii every reason to be'leie that 1 arry Sound, the'noa-ther will break in Him to ,al alleloiiga, .tried today for the mur- the farmers to get moat of iho of Frank Matiuella, was this sralu threshed within the next month' hcnioon found guilty Of manslaughter' Tnerp. Is probably forty-per cent.; of L.nd seiit'onccd by Sir John Uoyd 'to '.'If sinl unthreshcil In Southern rd and i mt Men s vho would risk tho jclared in an ii IcmciTth'i! no" more onij 50 per cent, of the normal num- ber of corpuscles and a transfusion! i tlooil was decided upon. The pa- roobed or killed 1 ho ml? j licnts brother 1 ,nl Scullj lnmK st.t..s the were or t at MinsHcIU Wish inlunlwreil the nver tlut not'homes arc so a direct transfusion was made. D be thC shl" than H who penormcd tho lle" rcpori, that a ouart aviumlrKl -nt cuns (i.chrc tliii the cnse is enure TVre were IS mission to Hit nirtlfcfil profpssun ar'Cfi in tho compound the mission STRIKE MAY END BnATURDAY Parties Still Negotiating Feeling Pinch of Short Rations Latest neva from the conference otween the operators and miners at Tank Is that the conference It In session but all the time drawing a satisfactorj conclusion P of the 4 R I Cnm In ittendance ccedlnBi which, It en will end before Saturday engagements and night The sudden cold spell has. had men from their "ne effect of causing people in tbe !d and attrictnc cenlre of the coal area to look Men nicins strengthening Itn tne'r C0a1 and the sight li home tics Ilomr loilng nnd l.erj the coal homi. keep 115 men in not those hreonif for ilnorce Mr forhes vwl irtrtmj 1 think Ihe e eoa in thv. city at the present time Hut U mills an i -.v me iiiioaiuu iiit n uuijj HI at illg D importint discos of Unn [nliud both Inside and lies 01 the America, Inguc on thisc Imeb will do good and help to bring back those san bnmc which oh- iff. imprisomiUint. tho Mini Maiiclla 'hail -The defence prisoner made claiming Alberta. Two of good wenthor give the threshers time to coin- sform birt few days' cold weather during PRESBYTERIANS AND EDUCATION Saskatchewan Synod is Keeping Pace With the Times Vorkton, Sask.. Xov. tttnt LORD CUR20N iai'I hi' o grecil '.wit ill view-taken by, the jury, but im- month, there'rol'iows'so'me of'tho fhv risi'U Hip extrcn.c iwunlly as a Ics- eat weather of.Ibe year. In that cttso on to foreigners ujainsl carrying the farmera ot this district, will be Icadly weapons. able to save all their in fairly good condition, tho only chance of NEW ELECT10N .iiontreal, Nov. inability of the grain in tbe stock would naturally Co ie Lonservatlves lo produce a single be very badly damaged'by frost. The tt-, .-iimeiil agalnat reciprocity, the trl- fanners are hopins for npb of brains over money In cnn. there Is indlcatlr rfllnoncle. lost by that party, and the: ,rn Alberta's m, UnlvBrsIts' h'iclory. of wll, be 8aved without -.eriou, cort wTSe ,lS ......------......i juinii inline Y- n outside., the dt me Metbodl.i I pis tht. elrllel and Baptisi Missions -nd foui ot Uu, men who sell tobacco in the clly, and men 'tcnchinE In thn science and Enit-1 Mali' deparlinenls of Ihe Chfiveee uni- versity, all Enslish speaking foreign- The telegraph wires were cut' for 77] inilos from the city. Bands of robbers and bandits were running: wild 'but no foreigners find suffered, though .Mr. llnnley. of the -Methodist Episcopal mission, had been attacked :r mob' in the chapol. He cscuucrt by knocking out part of the wall ti m evening's session of the 1'reBbyter'ian i ANCIENT CASTLE ,if unTiif S.-Lord has, conimn n P 1 Tattcrshall castle to keep i commending to the General Assembly u from Mng piecemeal lo 'iianmcnt of a Presbyterian ;th'e United States by relic hunters sidoncn at Saskatoon in con- FALLING OFF IN FIRTLOSSES Momelary Times Gives Gratifying Figures for October Toronto. Xov. estimates -Monetary fire f. compa Ritienc Art Low _ the miners, conditionB gen "rallj are hecomms: Mrious Strike rations haie not neriwl for aome time. The majoTity of. the men are not In a position to buy coal at 17.SO per ton, and tha pinch of cold anil liuuEor is being felt in many a miners' cottat'e.. While they are all confident that the present conference will re- sult In their resuming .work .at'an early dnte. nevertheless there- IK more or lesn anilely In all theTcamps. The result will be that when the feferen- Hum vote is taken, there Is not tho doubt that there will be a i inanlmoiu vole in favor .of reluming work. Cause of The reason for tha delay.in ruachinft conclusion at the conference iws I'plalned to the Herald'this mornisc i be the desire of both set. Anglican Synod Favors Policy Similar to Ontario TOOK A PLEBIOTE Improvements on Indian Missions to Earn Grant Calgary, Nov. Anglican 3y- lod of Mberta, has taken a strong tand favoring religious instruction the public schools. TUc question amo before the synod in. the report f the diocesan favoring rc- gious 'teaching, the finding of toe xecutive being based on a plebiscite aken in the churches throughout the IOCCSC. I hi. nmsions on the Peigan and Blood reserves also came in'for con- siderable discussion Ihe report of the executive Was considered by clauses seriatim. The report embraced the work done dur- ing the ycat bj ihe enculnc com- mittee. Religious Instruction The following questions on behalf of Ihe union committee on religious teaching in public schools were sub- mitted tliiough Archdeacon Gray, convener of the Synod committee on the subject 1 Is your church in favor of re- Ilgioui cducalion m the schools' 3 li to nhdl extent bv teach- er or clergy 3 AMiu action you take to- ward this end Ihp lolloping taken Question unanimously an-, stvered jn affirmative Qlicstion 2 .msweri'd by the ollowing lesoliition "That the m- truuion ihoi.ld be gucn by the cachcr in with the terms f the of the first scbsion f the of with the aiidi- jon of (1) the .summary of the law o ho added to the commandments (3) prousion to made (or lemorizmg selected portions of scrin- in the school curriculum." The RicammindatloiM The following are the terms'of the .solution referred to above "That (thc use of the Lord's piay- at the opening of achools be made impulsory (Continued on page I.) WHEAT MARKET OPENED STRONG American feeling In -those which the dsraage. "onservatlves won'iras (be view of! the. recent 'election adopted by Hon. DUKE WILL wnnino Sydney Fisher in a speech at n ban- L tendered him by tho Deform flub ast night. The speaker also, foresaw foOOOfi is being raised by people of Saskatoon. The trend of discus- "ion showed thai this institution will SCOTCHMEN In reality tho'foundation for a .uc Royal i college.'similar to those, of ,'f t new erection shortly and prophesied WiRhnesses the Governor-toners I a'nd "nd Alberta. Kcjiinii .._.__ "riccl'id for the meeting of 1512 The project to erect a boys college MR. SIMMONS RESIGNS Montrea rouble for 'tho 'present Bncliegs of Connatight have liou owllis.'lo thn different elements il... fh.e speaker's sentl- fied their acceptance of the invitation Kcnu- St. Andrew's Eoclcl.y.io'attond-i.ho'i1'1''' MooEC! enthusiastically en mcnts ware loudly .applauded by bis I Wl lo be held this year on. Thursday. enthusiastic followers. l-V.i-. 11. at the U'indsor Hotel. APPLE EXPORTER DIES Plclon, Onl., .Vov. John ,X. IVill- nnl. a well known applu exporter, lied nfter H illtiesn. lie m IN ROWELL'S NATIVE RIDING I.ouilon, Nov. Sutherland, of IHircbMler, hren named as Ub- (irnl niniliriiile iu Kasl Mlddhsinx- for Ontario dorsed 'by a standing vote. HEN CARRIED COLD DEPOSIT Ximour, Conn.. Xov. S. A yold nux- xti of considprnhlo is on exhi- bition here loday, having been fount! In Ibe croii of a fowl killed yeMordaV at a riiMiaurant. Where the fowl fame from It 1101 known. S. IT. Simmons, homestead inspeclnr. has resigned his PC- sitioli, It is understood, and "'ill eiiKaxe In private busi- ness. .Mr. Simmons has fillad the position ,in the jcovcrnmcnt office'with satisfaction, and bomesteadprs throughout, tlio country will regret to learn of his retirement. No successor has yet bwn appointed, hut the names of Win. Sloan and Hush Taylor, locnl Tory workers, are in oon- ncclloii with the vacancy. Th had Insurance. The most gratifying fonttiM during the past month has .been the diminution in thp tossed. 'Seventeen pcojflc met their hy burning'dimng Ihe month compared "with alxleen a ysar during the same period. Cissfllliia WIIB the caiip of an proportion fit the fires. Through the explosion of a lamp in an Intercolonial mail ooat-h Ihe car destroyed and US bans of mall were Including 75 locked the iiesluninj; of i bo anso- in cs, and the nKreement-shoiild he the effect herefofoivr MR. HUGH GUTMRIE ALSO GETS MEDAL Guelph, Out., Nov: Hugh (riilhrle. M. P., is the proud recipient of one of Coronation, medalf. With IBB modal was a letter from the Colonial Secretary of the British Cabinet. -thnt. by command of the King the medal was sent to Dr. tluthrlc, the Ontirio representative of the parliamentary' delegation at it.'.- Coronation from Canadii. .The. meilal is of jiiver, DOYLE REFUSES TO RUN I-ondon, Nov. Doyle, M. P. for North Middlesex, at the Con- servative convention at Ailsa Crais positively declined to allow his name fo go before thvi meeting, giving in- henUh as one reason, ritincan Me- Arthur, V.S.. was nominated In his BAD WEATHER REPORTS INFLU. ENCED AT NOON Winnipeg. Noi 9.-The local wheat pnrlret opened slronj and bullish OB "sports of heavy storms throughout Ihe prairie west, with rain in :oba but cold neather and anoir IB Saskatchewan and Alberta Twelve es ueio. zero was reported last at Meivilte, ga.k. Thla was uatlfied by reports showing that la ome nections of the country not half the threshing has been done, while an enormous amount of grain n atill ly ing in the stock farmers who teak time to stack are of course much bet- ter off, though the prolonged spell of wet and storm has been no good there. Towards noon tho market tagged and it Is a very nervous con- dition. WASHINGTON FAILED TO WIN Washington, Nov. T. Washington, the noted negro sducat- or, filled to obtain 'satisfaction at aw today for the beating wUl.r.h ng. March 14. Ulric'' u the court or rterlioon of (lu> njtou isrefcrr, ;