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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta M riilit.V. NovciniVr 10. MM I I'lIK LE'IIIKRIWOK DAILY HERALD Page? MAJESTIC THEATRE VI. B. SHERMAN, Minigtr. PHONE 141. One Night Only Saturday, November llth Return Engagement of the Famous Musical Comedy Madame Sherry -i ....i.._--.rnn-- ___.-mm TI- (-...I.._IL. .1. .Great Reduction in Qal- lery Plan of Seats Sturlaiitl, Inivo secured (ircalcsl laugh producer in motion pictures The Honeymooners" bubbling -comedy, in which a newly married couple discover lime when .their friends become n rice and old ahoes; but llio tables live one big roar. v Malincc for the Children Saturday Brains Rule f; The World CHARACTER IS CAPITAL Prof. W. G. Alexander In Ms delight Ml scries of lectures on HUMAN NATURE EVEHV NIGHT beginning TUESDAY, NOV. 14, lit night free; collection taken. Gryjrig.B'ullies H50 DON'T MISS henrjng Ills-inoai. popnlar lecture on UOVE, AND JEALOUSY WILL CHANGE THE j SAD NEVV6 TAXATION SYSTEM Medlclnn A. K. 'Slack received- today'- thnt his Mat; Nov. father had been killed, in .rnrlroyd will fn.iuprate a new sjaiom ofiwreclt near Toronto. ta.v, atid an for DR. WORKMAN GIVEN DAMAGES Weir's Decision in Ciisc ALLOWED COSTS Sonic of UN' .MihisU-rs Severely .Montreal, Qne., Nov. Weir in a lengthy judgment today rendered his decision in the famous Workman case condemning tho de- fendant Jo pay Kev. Dr. WorUnian i 00 iind all the costs in the case.- Dr. Workman sued the Col- lege for for wrongful dismis- sal and the ciifi-a has been of a sensation from the start owinj; to the promincn-t: clerical witnesses called upon to testify- During the reading of his'judgment, Mr. Justice Weir commented In rather severe terms upon the testimony given by some of the reverend gentlemen. DEPORTATION FOR ITHESE TWO_CHAPS Won't Support Wife tlie Other Doesn't Like Work 1 Four drunks in varied 'the (juiet of i the police court this morning iunl j weru taxeil the regulation Fee for i (J. R. Protznian, a Uircslicr, 'blew into tlie city yesterday and i up jnicp. hrouylu to the station and (he records searched 1 it was jontid thai' he had left his. j wife in destitute circumstances here I some months ago, andMJi'nL the past ten days she lias been taken care of in the DnlciUinn Home. On Protznuin was fonml a bank.1 book showing him lo be the possessor .of nearly 'six hundred dollars in a He- gina bank. Hcsides this lie had a cheque, for fifty riolinrs in his pocket. The cadi judged him to be a good subject For deportation, so gave him thirty days in, the clink while the im- t: i ignition authorities look into.. Urn case. Will Gresliaw, a rather prepossess- ing looking young fHIow, who has been hanging around Uw citv for ROBLIN COMFORTS 'MEDICINE HAT Mudiciiir. Hat, Nov. diblin- pi-icl-y of C-anuiiiaiis arrived in t.hc city this with Prem- ier Kohlin on thfir way from an iii- of the .lim mini: Hiilibh (.'olitinliia. Tht concensus of opinion is-lhafc the smeller will lie located iif this city. A ha tin net will lie given this after- noon at which more definite announce- ment is expected to he made. The party say thai Muilicitu: Mat's natural gas asset has made it the only town suitable for Hie sile. the Premier were UK: Hon. Iluglr Armstrong1; (.'aptain Kearns, Hugo -liosK, W. H- LanaKaii, It. L. Richardson, L. S., Vaiighati, CJ. II. Walton, "Q. W.' Lopcr, Clmrles For- rester, 'h. McNearns, ?ii.P.I'., 'Marry llryarit, ptmcaii McDonald, A. I.'. Judftc Captain Proc- lor-find others. Kohlin said the Unionist party of Britain luul Jnst one of uidsf builliiint men had ever hail, in the resignation of Halfoiir, from ihe lead- ership'of (he Conservaiive parly.' DR. FOSTER WON'T HAVmEASURE T. Preston the Axe is Applied Ollawa. Olll. ,Nov. A I the de- partment of Trade and Commerce it is stated thai word lias boon re. solved from T. If. Preston, trnda commissioner for Holland, of Ills In- tc-ntion to resign us announced in London. II. Is jn-obubia, however, thnt tlie report is correct ami that Mr. Ijre3ton% resignation is on tlie wny to Cannila. .Mr. Piyeton was some years ago i [connec-Jed with the Canadian office at London, and figured in the Inquiry In- to the North Atlantic Traillsg Com- pany. Subsequently be went to Ja- pan as'Calladiairtrade commissioner. Mr. Preston when in the flowvsr king- dom, got in-to :i dispute ivlth tlie bus- iness community over the basis on which Canadian foods were admitted to the country, and was transferred to Amsterdam. Holland. Children Often Need purpAtives Injure the bowels and pave way for troubles. The new utnt In does ths work mMt effectively without irritating the bowels or.ctuslng any discomfort. Thj children like Ihem for Ihey UUt otndy. One of Ihe most popular of (he NA-DRU-GO Z5c. If your drucfcst lias not yet siccknd tllein. send 25c. incl w. will null liiwn. 20 .ml Cljimjc.l Unitnl, Mwtrul. some weclis, was picked by the CHIEF OF POLICE DEMHHARGES Xo 'rrutli in Asserlious 1 IVljHlc at Kiitepayers Meeting Civjc eii'fles slirred nut of their usual calm this morning the floated across iron- North Lethhridge after the nite- nayetV mcrling last nijihl.' C'hici Oiijespit' had snuiiilltitig io say 're- garding the charges iiiadi! agafius! his (lopiirlinent ai Lhi; meeting. lie is of the opinion thai some pi the rate- payers would do well to inform them-! selves liofpre making sucli Iiroad and i incriminating slalcmcrits as were nuule- lasl. night by some of sjieak-j TORIE POW-WOW NOT AU HARMONY It. appears from advices received just before going to press that the Conservative convention at CardMon was" no-t as harmonious as the Leth- bridgo delegation made it out to be. There was a division all right and the forty-five delegates divided as fol- lows; Hasmnasen, 21; Beach IS; Par- rish, 11. Inability lo reach an agree- ment led to confusion and an adjourn- ment was made for days. During the iowever, Messrs. Stewart, Ives. liooilley and Patterson got the "boys" together and effected a com- promise by gct'cing tiie two high men, Hasmussen and Beach to retire in fa- vor Ptirrish. There is some ill feeling and the "orty-fivo ignored delegates have yet :o be from. BLACK ROD ILL AT BUSY TIME Ottawa, Nov. illness of (Japtain Krnest Chambers, nslicr of the Blaek Rod, has temporarily tied p the arrangements for tilo opening of parliament on November IS. Captain Qhamb'ars is the arbiter of 'ill questions as io admission to tho j brilliant affair next week mid his sr.d- illness hag disarranged the whole machinery of the first drawing room of tho Duke and Duchess of Con- nnuglrt. Before th'3 usual invitations 1'or the functions CHJI be issued, it may bo necessary to appoint a new Hktcfc j Jlod. I FEELING PINCH HIGH COST W Nelson Hiisjiiess Men Will Ask ior_Fedcral Inquiry Nelson, Nov. -Boards of Trade of Eastern British 'Columbia which meet in conven'tibn at llossland in January, will bv I lie Nelson board to urge oil tira Do- minion government the .necessity for die appointment of u royal .commis- sion to investigate the high cost of Ivlng with special reference to an enquiry into the great difference be- ween the cost of tho cos tto consumer. i Special emphasis is laid by ilie Io cal board on the coal question-' Fi'ad A. Starkey; president 'of ihe associated boards declares the present price of ro'al compared yyith.the cost of production is so ridiculously high as -to warrant a searching inquiry by u federal commission.' MACLEOD MAN DID WIN BIG PRIZE Mudi'wl, Nov. iti- dignation piryvuils here over the ,'iii claralioii of a Lethbridge morning pa- IHT Mm i W.-..1. Glass did not win thiv Sir Thomas Shaughnessy prize oE for tlie best pounds of u'ht'iu it tlu Muiison Sqiiuc 0 u- (hiiis Sinn in ftli Ciliss iliil win tlie prize amt ttie honor be- longs to the Macleod district. make assurance' donhly' sure: rresulunt Gt'adv, of the Board of Trade, wired Mr; Alfred Price, super- inlenlrnl of the I'll who rephui ihat i him pleasure to stalls that Mi Guv, HUH the MR. GARNER EXPLAINS 7t.Ii our dstlun found S'dllor J.-atbbridge Herald In your paper printed1 on Nov.- have me quoted as saying to-i reporter at Lethbridge that it is only ;i matter of hours until the men will: be etaking their places in the pits once more, and that the question of refer- ring the agreement to the men ,is .only a matter of form, and there is not like- ly to be a dissenting vote among tha SOOO men affected., Now in justice to myself and everybody connected with this controversy. I wish to state .that your reporter has not reported my statement to htm correctly in that par ticiilar. What J did state -was the conference was progressing vorably and that the scale committee for tliq mine workers would be through in -a few days, and that whatever tlie outcome was would be referred to the nwn'for a referendum vote'on same: Alackenxie, returning oflicer iAml at no time llientipned'that recent made his it would bo only a matter "-of' hours L-uiinl tins afternoon in- the before they would be back to 01 1 L McKuizie unl K !nnd Lhat tuere woulcl not- "koly bo a ,1. ..The official majority was .dissenting vote, among the 8000 .nine to be 183, one in advance THE OFFICIAL DECLARATION the majority announced ut. thc.tinu 01 i he election. Thn official ballot was: Stewart V Shepherd 7 11 ___I i t lor In! Dr. -I. s Mfuiit WHS tliuffua ot i dually declared electt-'d. j workers. These are Questions Coi' the whole of the mine workers to decide ho ire affected, and not for me to dictate, "and in justice' to myself, r wish you to correct these statements through columns of your paper, oblige. respectfully i. B. ji., Dtst, police last night.. His principal as- set seemed Lo bo special antipathy for all kinds of work, so Magistrate' j za.lls of the restricted area, the cl Hall gave him thirty days jilso, when- made an emphatic denial of the. he will bo deported. C.P.R. STEAMER IN COLLISION OFF MAN the allegation that the pplipc, are standing in wild the deni- thc chief ilLC- meRt. I Ms depart men t, In; said, now handling I hat imuier in what A CORRECTION Lewis Moore, secretary of Miners' Local Nu. 57.-1, wishes to Kiattr that the report thai, Ihe miners have, not received ilieir last allotment ot ra- incorrop-t. They were made liKt naxi. siltliiK of ilic legislature.! 'iif-v.T- lax will by flu; rental j system, ilin tax hnin-j bused on thui'Mn. inioiiru of rental of tho .store. MEDICINE HAT ELECTIONS .Medicine Hat. Nov.. Medf- Hnt. mayoralty and a'jdonnanic will be hold on.DeeemhfU- 11 j London. Canadiiui I Pacific steamship Hmpross of Britain jcnlllded off Chicken Rocks, Isle of. 'Man. with n coasiing steamer." The latter was badly damaged, hut-Vibe Kmprnss only s'iigiitly. The --latter (Stood by tire coaster two lioifar 'and i UIIHI proceeded lo Liverpool. She] sailed from Quebec. Novembor: Krd. ;-Among her pjtssengcrs are sixteen" first, scanty-five serand, and about "three (bird class from West- Canada. I The passe'ngcrs were when the collision occurred and f-allj the impact, but thMve was no confusion. A few of the liners plates aru slightly r Itiro-c nssori niciil rtf cnsliinore fill t p iiostviii ;ill colors, from '.'Oc. Ityir .V: MEN'S FIFTH ST. NEXT DOEON'T WANT HONORS j I (at, Nov. Stftwnrt who was alderman to I1'. G, Korstcr. the. new' nood r.f provincial lieenso (lepuri-, I i.s tlie appohitmW (ho best, miinnrr, iiiiliough 'lie is per- fectly willini; that anyone should givo him any solution of thc.ditiicull iirob- 1cm. hail tried scji-egaUon and .scaflcraiion. the latter hnwily houses wore scaiu-riMl ai! ovf.i-' (lie and .ho hnfi-Uiefl time nml.agnin io.get- convictions r.gninst. Ilia iu- niate-s, v. iih the- reynlt that he was defeated, in the courts. and control was rc.sprted to as tlxi! only-.solution a I- hand (he tvil. I Thnt: 'was (fir last word lie -would say }A cm Mm ir.iiUcr, ns hn tliuiiglil-- il Icr Kept out- ni public discussion. chnV'ji's, said this pvil had np'sfilfsfaetorily oniv, aiid ,thi- tin j ;irc confijiicnous by tlu'ii nb- Kcuce. If jnivftni' ean put him to giiir.hlinc; joint in ciiy. In- is u'tlling to pro.soonle, Inil- no gaiiibliiig is tfoing on ;i! prt'-spiil, which hi.s dc- piiri.iiii-nl can control. liisi niglit. "Hack to the Primitive" was an in.tensely interesting subject, showing the dan- crs of both land and .sea. "The jimmied Tower" is ano'.lrjr splendid picture til ways 01' "The Dutnii Gold: "Curi- osity" two big causcrl no end of laughter. In. ihe prrtgram. was can of the lies BONAR LAW MAY LEAD London, Nov. Bveii- ing News-says it. has good rea- sons to believe thai tho Canad- ian, Ronar Law. wi'il tl.vj new Unionist Ifarlpr. .__i f- Be A Bit Curious You have l.riet] otller hi'ailila of loji. .Now try Jllue nibbon. Only in this ivny caii yon find out jnsL how stVouy and delicious Blue Ilibboil is. No other lea comparer it. And if yon don't, find it superior Lo other tea, tnke back lite grocer will rcfum] yonr money. Thrc-'.vn from a buggy by a runaway Airrotl Sniaill. farmer, of Port Albert, was kilted near Gotiericli, and his .several rigs Itrolton. Their little girl escaped Injury. i I'sori-.isU. :niil oilier skill i bail trouliloH rail-sell by imTiHcIs of for shin (rouble Inn bnv'c I Ji' work in lilt! Hkin. (Jiilnas j seen sueh rellinrkohK; 1 these genny iiro jiroiniitly tiesLroycd jeiires as tliosn from D. D. (.hoy rnpldly iniilllply, miiittinu. Ilielrltion. Inatanl rt-llnf rrom Ilii-VRVJ-firsi way 'it'ep into t'ne sensitive) lisKUe. jjiiiplieatioil. Tills Is wbol cituws tlinl .iwfu! If you liavu skin Iro.Hile or auv iiiml I anil whnl RWiiiKil n III.TC r.uli i-.iiiyiWt, i n01'3.......' ii I0illli-julll) Ilic of nol ilroii Hue lo llic II. Ii. n.l I H.'iit, II.. CJ ('pllnlrii.'l jltt. .sf., 'I'orimld. knrnv thai U. II. wilt von. som Ms j ami iiirhiruiK lii cllnMH ni-j and years of niljrry.-. I Uon'i cikit any chnnri'9! Desti gvrniH at Ihe heKiniiluis of (he trouble wllh Unit soolhins -.uid eleanfiillj; the D. U. J.'resrrlnlion for jli .lailUsou vt Cni'it', ldBii, Siberia I t Did you put this number in your telephone directory? Westminster Market-1055 The place to get the best home- made sausages and iwtted merits ;