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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. 18 PAGES Letlibridge, Alta., Friday, November II, 1910. Number 2 CHINA AND JAPAN BREWING TROUBLE ANOTHER BRITISH, J ELECTION IMMINENI NEGOTIATIONS FOR TRADE STARTED International Conferen c e at Ottawa is Just Concluded WILL MEET AGAIN Second Session at -Wash- ington Early In January Ottawa, Nov. the conclusion of this afternoon's meeting of Can- adian, and United Stales trade ne- gotiations, reports the following state ment was given out by Mr. Fielding, .b'manee Minister. "The conference the representatives of Canada and the "United States on the subject of improved trade relations, termin- ated today. The conference began on Saturday, the fifth inst., and was continued on Monday, Tuesday, and "Thursday, -the whole session, was a .most frank .and friendly nature. "While no conclusion was reached, the ground cleared and a further conference which, .will (be. held in Washington 'probably early- in January. The mem. conference, Messrs, Hoyt, fepper and Foster for the "United States and-Messre. Fielding and Pat- erson for Canada, separated -with the strong hope that on the resumption of .the conference at Washington an ar- .rangenient. can .be prove acceptable to the people on" Doth sides of the boundary. per, speaJdng for the American mem- JAPAN AND CHINA ARE AROUSED Victoria, Nov. between the' Chinese and Jap- anese in Manchuria increases according to advices received nere "by mail, and tLe'Tokib newspapers say the situation is -becoming' alarming. Xiecently Chinese police in 'Aiurden arrested two Chi- nese employees of the Jap- anese consulate, wro called at the German consulate to enquire concerning the move- meuts of German minister in Pekin. .The' Chinese employees arc" said to have -been tortured and sentenced to three years .in prison, des- pite strenuous -protests by the Japanese consulate. V -V V 17 V "T V issue of negotiations when they are -resumed at (Washington. We 'have appreciated very much the cordial manner in which -we have been re- ceived, in Canada and the frank and I'rtendly spirit in which 'the Canadians negotiators have met us. However, cannot make a" statement as to any conclusions which have been reached, 'because there have been none." Mr. Pepper explained that there had been a general 'discussion of the sit- uation and that the ground had toeen cleared of preliminaries and that Jan- nary -would, find much uioneer work It is understood -by the com- misioners of 'both countries that the January meeting will result in an agreement being reached. The feel- C.P.R. CHANGING THE CREWS BACK Just as 80011 as the Extra Locomotives Can Be Secured It Is understood that in the course of a few days the'C. P. R. passenger and crews, which now run from Medicine ;Hat out to Lethbridge, and- f'ronv to Cranbrook, will instead of going to the latter place, commence running from here to Crow's Nest and..back, and brook to _ Crow's Nest-and- 'back, as they did prior to .the--change- made summer..'-' back again., just as" soon' as the additional locomotives, requir- ed -for. this run can -be spared from other work or are put out of the shops j where they are under repair. It is not known whether this change is permanent or whether it is merely for the winter months. It places the passenger engine crews 'on exactly the same runs as 'they had until the U P. R. commenced making the-chan- ges -which caused so much discussion a month or two ago. WILL EXPLAIN NAVALPOLICY Liberal Revei-vSes'In Que- bec Necessitate Prompt Action Montreal, Nov.' L. P. brodeur, this afternoon held. meet- ing winth the Liberal members andsen ators of the Montreal district, to-dis- cuss the situation the re- cent election in Drummond and-Arth- abasca, and the big Bourassa demon- stration of last night. Tie situation was carefully- talk'ed. over and it was stated subsequently by several members that the general opinion was'that %be Liberal party must stand solid 'by the''Naval pro- gramme and undertake -a campaign throughout the province of. Quebec to educate the people in.order that no more, such verdicts could be secured as that in Drummond and Arthabasca. HOME RULE WAS NOT DISCUSSED London. Nov. Ev-' ening Times- says: "We are able to state on excellent auth ority that the conference on the veto question has never .once discussed the .subje-ct "of Home Rule, or devolution, or imperial federation." BOND ISSUES ARE SOUGHT London, Nov. Application- has been made for an issue of Canadian bonds of at tour ing at Ottawa that natural products per cent {ou'r 'per cent from Canada will be given easier is IN THE TORY HIGH TREASON IN RUSSIA Was Professed Independ- ent Member for Macleod. Attended- iConse r v a t i v e Convention-Introduced to House Nobleman-Sent to Prison for Dispensing State Secrets St. Petersburg, Nov. De Ungerii- correspondent pf a j semi-official' Austrian News Agency, was st-nt'CUcee 'today by -the. appeal .court to-four years' hard labor on the charge high treason. Baron. Ungern Sterburg was at-. oipk-c1 lasi.Junc by the secret police. After u search of his apartments the police searched his papers and the Bai'orf'was'placed in "strict confine-, j.nient.. On. examination he..' admitted SUCCEEDS military laehe with a translation of proposais ,of..the. minister of war to the which wete stamped secret. main- tained, howeveri that the proposals ia. .-realm- were-not secret.. Kdmoniton, terson, the newly elected legislative "b -r member for jviacleod has cast the pol- He'ena, Mont., Keturn.s. received ere to the etiect the the Democrats have elected at least 53 mem- bers of the next legislature, which means that a democrat A will to succeed L'n- -J. ited States Senator Thomas ti. carter...'., Eit'cy-two. votes are necessary -to control on joint'balloL., The'senate w-ill be of 11 be democratic7 py. .a: vote of 42 to _ j '62, according to "practically complete returns.-now ;iri.- IN ANOTHER Britishers. Fail., 3To at The: Vetox Gon-: LIBERALS PREPARED? To REDUCTION OF Xew Scale Is Proposed by President Clarence H. Mi itical die, and is now sitting with the in ppposicion to the He was introduced to the house at yesterday's session -by two conservative members, Messrs. K Michener Hoadley. Mr. Jfatterson has'.-continually professed himself an out Independent assumption of independence, was iu attendance at the "Alb'er tar "Provincial Conserva- tives in Edmonton this week. Despite his continual ex- presions of 'independence there is now apparently uo doubt but. that Mr. Patterson is., .SeGaitely lined up, not. only in opposition to the OTOvihcial .to the Liberal party as. a "BUILT UNDER COMMISSION Ji-dnionton. Nov. is'' tire Alberta and Great .Waterways Railway will -be built_ by Messrs. Foley. Welch and Stewart, the big. railway-contractors. The work will be conducted under the direction of a com- mission.. Premier Sifton. in- terviewed .on the subject proved to. he a sphinx. .f, J. -T- J_ .T_ -V, j- _T. A T "5? V V A T "T HADNCASE FOR DAMAGES Bow Island' feonstabie London, Nov. authorizes the stateoneirt -veto conference pie government and the pppbsiuort- -has [to ah I the- that j-uader- -which ..procaedings [held preclude .the .fVtfie i causes The-.-conference, which, ed shbrih': after the Edward: in .an...attempt--to settlement. of., the "acute; over tHe. question of. the. f the House of ,Eords i to measures oassed bv BUFFOlll AN0 aamages, brought George' out an" McKinnis, town constable s; 'of '-Bow Island and formerly' nounceineht; of. a'sol.u.tipn -place.: The v ltu.mu.L1-, for more BECK TO; RESUME rrraT nn finTirr rRAtMllr Cmiibrook People Want given It to-McKlnnis. -.McKianis was disagreement.: men.t adds- that the at the time, just leaving- on a train; -decided -hot., to The -ticket was, taken from-hini and he course" of .-negdtia'tions this to S.teS an, New York, Nov. enquiry, having been made of Clarence H. Mac- Kay, president of the Commercial Cable Co., and ihe Postal Telegraph Cable Co. as to the. rumors of a- pend ins reduction in cable rates, Mr. Mac- Kay said: "The Commercial Cable Co. has been at work for some time past in formulating a plan by which, the rates for cablegrams sent by. the general public, in other words cable- grams in plain language as distin- guished language be reduc- ed about one-half. That plan has now worked- out and inasmuch as it- require the co-operation of the telegraph lines in Europe the governments own the lines, our. plan involves a proportionate reduction in the land line rate charges by the Eu- eovernments and h-cncc the co- some American manufacturers will be given freer admission to Canada. There are a good many of these which Canada could admit on easier terms without disturbing any vested interests, among these are watches and clocks, instruments and many other lineg of refined manufactures. .Messrs. Hoyt and Pepper will leave Uttawa on Saturday. onto is making preliminary arrange- ments for a new issue of four per cent, bonds here, but it is understood fresh Ontario legislation will i first be necessary owing to the pro- j posed form of the new issue. The is- rate is twenty-five cents per proposed plan half is to is for w'ord. charge bv put off thetmn.' he to their1 leriniiiatibn. 1 Brick City Otlier News Cranbrook. Nov. Ten iresume his legal practice. TAIT WILL RETURN TO THE CANADIAN PACIFIC Montreal, Nov. Herald thjs afternoon prints the "While the heads of the company "preserve reticence on the subject, the Belief is quite general at the Canadian 'jfac'it'ic headquarters that when Thorn- -as Tait returns from Australia to Can- ada it will be to a high position In that company. It Is not likely that there .win toe any announcement on this sub- ject until Mr. Tait returns to Canada. sue of Price Bros, has been William' business here, is derwritten to' permit the ment today of the preliminary pros- pectus, I The issue which u-fll be offered on Monday bv Parr's bank on behalf of tion and bcr of cable averages xo and hence if we charge only twelve and a half cents for five let-! do.ne save ihf stpcKi. ters, every letter in the cablegram, its entire stock of NICOTINE KING AT ANN ARBOR beinp; counted as though the w.hole. cablegram was one word, the result be thai the public in the Royal Securities Corporation is j cablegrams would pay but one-half it Edmonton. Nov. "is current gossip here that Mr. Justice D. Beck will resign nis seat on the Supreme Court 'oencn. Humor has it that r r TusticP Bed- will a-ain 'ri najlt' ieft this mominS jir. justice Beck will again "Buffalo Bill" Moore, who is charged with the abduction of Evelyn j Larson, Mcore and the girl were cap- tured by- Constable Lea, R.N.W.M.P., I at .-Tackison iaticb., about eight miles j from Lundbrcck on-.the 2nd of -Novem- ber. A very interesting meeting of the j Board of Tmrlu was held Tuesday ev- Unin'g and business of much local im- jportance wns transacted, some of UIL- [most important items being a peti- tion, to have iiic new city hall a brick Building insirad of frann.-, and also a i petition to the C.P.R. to extend home sefh'.'-rs' ratps 10 tlie East Kootcnay. The ci'CClric. light and power wires and part of the telephone system put out of business about -1.30 this nj or King br tin; bn-akiiig of several light v.-iivs by the accu- mulation of slidV.'. The liic brigaflc had a run .vestcr- riay afternoon for a in bitch Damages va-rf very sliglil. TliV work of tearing down the olfl gaol was commt'iicc'd this morning. hold on- it, before anything could be 1 building is complet.-il. prisoners will be couiincd in looms in tlic bascmtnt of ihe government- tered suit against the railnoad -com- pany. SKULL IN ALLEYWAY Kenora, Ont.? No v. opening of an alleyway, in the rear of-! a print- ing shop on Second- street.unearthed a numan skull from .the.debris, -where it i has been lying'for years..- Apparently is no explanation. PROVINCIAL DEBATING LEAGU (J-iadstone Virtue, first vice presi- It is un-derst'opnY however, rock on which 'tliB was the- question of the of a joint committee of. that should adjust 'the ing in the future. The Liberals sisted, that t-h'e proportion. this committee should bc> that ihe will of the House Ov'Cominons- will have a fair chance-of prevailing. The' Conservative members of "confer- encc could not agree to. this thetr alternative proved unacceptable" to Liberals. Walter Long announced -to- nigh't on the'.authority. of Mr. Balr four, leader of the opposition that neither home rule, imperial 'federa- tion nor devolution formed any of the discussion, wliicuV confirmed .ttljc I previous report.s that the conference had con fin cti itself'to toe constitution al The political situation now reverts" to the position'it was in before ''the Grassy Lake. Nov. of th worst lires in tin1 history of carcfui Lake- started ahoul 10 "o'clock lliis of Imperial Hotel. of- a great num-i evening in Kilgrmv Bros.J Grnrral that' plain Ian- siorc .As building is of xvoodcn construction the Oanu-s got a sironi The building; tiry goods, boots am! shoes and shop, is now nothing but sraoulderini ruins. The contents and building; I dent of the Alberta -debating league, conference secured'a 'respitfc j yesterday word, from- controversy over 'the'; '.most' tary F. S. Allrigh-t, Calgary to the1 acute issue of the day during the eii'ect tiiat all clubs ia'the province I iprescnt period of national mourning (are- manifesting the keenest Sivcs that-some _ means the Hleu of a provincial league. to avoid political plications until after, the coronation-. j i lie northern section, however, has How Lhis is accomplished xc- jiiot yet defmuely-decided to -enter, j majns a niatlac of-conjecture'and poll I but it is praciieally certain-that Ed- i licians arc preparing to "re-sunn-, .the monton and Stra-rhcona and Red Deer i fight. j will do so Advanced Liberals'-iong tired'pi-in- i The northern section-of the league activit-v' -auv the. governJntet v.-ili probably be of "-these t of the valued at about the in- agreement to make -no further El KiJgrow, i in- senior mr-mber of able to put this -plan into opera- MURDERER HAS-E3CAPED ACROSS THE AMERICAN LINE adian issues this year except in gov-i tion jn timcr'it b'eins ncces- firm is" at present in Medicine, eminent and municipal classes. !sary f.rst 10 make the required- a-r- and has been t Hat NAVAL MEN BANQU.ETTED Victoria, Nov. civic banquet was given the officers and crew ofi with European govern- 1 t'or inents. "I would add that this new i 'or the post office and looked bad Jim Van's mou-e of charging for cablegrams will resiaurant, bc" decided advantage also tci the the Rainbow tonight. art and a majority of the officers and one hundred and fifty of the crew attended. University Man Makes Estimate of the Amount of Cigars and To- bacco Consumed by Students Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. Mich- igan University man has computed the amount of tobacco consumed in var- ious forms by students of the univer- sity last. year. He finds that during the college term siydeals smoked cigars. 33.180 boxes of cigarettes. packages of smoking tobacco, of which KO.OOO packages was for cigarettes, and bought plugs-of chewing to- and packages of cigarette, paper. They also purchased bars of nfii: chocolate, and packages of gum, presumably mostly i-r UTAH EFEPTCfl U1AH tit 11 Li) Sait Lake City, Utah, Nov.- received by the Herald-Republican from every county ifr the state, give republican, for con- gress, JH.Ufifi: Erickson de-. mocrai. a pluryliiy 01 1S.02S for Ho well. repub- lic-arcs 15, democrats 2: House, republicans 3i, democrats 7. businrss public which uses a code. In- asmuch as it will be an inducement to them to put a portion at. least, of their cablegrams in plain language, rather than use a very complicated code, which requires a great deal of time on their part first, to code and then to uncode. After the most care- ful consideration and study of the whole subject we an- satisfied that this new method QI charging for cable grams will not only mlurc thr charg- es for ordinary cablegrams one-half, but the plan ilsclf wiil be logical, simple, anil satisfactory." toth of ibesu buildings. l Ihrouch thr ciTons of K-.anagcri to save IPPOSi RECIPROCITY! "aine. Man., Nov. ound shot last night, will be to Winnipeg, where efiorrs will be made 10 locate remove Uie bullet-. Until this is done the electors !o consider him out of danger, nut owing 1.0 his splendid phy- sique and condition they are honet'uL No trace "ans been found 01 McJn- tyre. tvtio is believed to have boarded :i freight -'or Lyleron. and ho has a tarm south of Boissevain he is xvall acfiuamtefJ the country, and will nave little. tVit't'iculty in crossing; the Border. Mclniyre is slighij trom a recent accident. onvard-tne ong; __iting the power tnree clubs with one. team -from Cal-jpiouse ot- iast April, gary and the-southern section of thai The House of. Lords would ..reject j other Calgary term and Lelhbridge, j them and in the crisis. lien .arising Huh Kiver and Medicine 'Hut. plr- Asquith is pledged-Lp advise the The matter of "local organization use of thc Prerogative for thr. b- taken y- i :o be interested. with uu -11-0 li ai-e n appointment of a, sufficient; number: -oc peers to ensure the passage of a mca- making the will of the commons j supreme. If this course, were 'foltov- ed i he-re would probably "be a. general i c-lcctioa Januarv. or soon after. TORONTO MAN TO MANAGE VANCOUVER FAIR Vancouver.. Nov. J. B. dissolution and get- the ci TOVOIHO has beer> selected by ir-pjoYer bi-fort- Christmas. The result of Board of Directors or th- -Vancouver i recent byc-ciections encouraged the "aSSFSS of Vancouver's future organized and in a far i better position .for a contest ihan ihev last Januarv. i m ons EARL GREY CHIEF j OF ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD i j Vancouver. Nov. officers lof -the Arctic. Brotherhood, which re- i cently closed its tenth annual conven-1 Uon in this city, at a meeting to-day appointed Earl Grey to the pos; of Deputy Grand Chief at large.'' i-iis Excellency became a member of Arctic BhoUicrhcod about a year ago on a trip to Dawsou. Victoria. N'ov. Vic- toria Board of Trade has pas- sec; resolutions to the effect Cliat lib proposals t'or recip- procity with the United States be fliuily adopted 'until sub- mitted Tor consideration, to uic Boards of Trade of Can- ada and that tins Board would not favor any arrange- ment which would lessea ad- v.miages of preferential tar- rit'i in 1'avor of Great Britain and other pans of the Em- pire. HALF BREED HELD BECAUSE .OF DEATH OF YOUNG WOMAN A j Selkirk, Man., N'ov. inquest into the death of Rachael Sinclair was held ijehind closed doors, and result- i ed in a verdict of dejth from hemor- 11 ago from unknown c-auses. I Donald Sayer, 2o. a half breed, -who was with the girl at. the time of her cleatn, ,was detained by the police. Tiie girl had- apparently been sub- jected TO greai violence. Saver's right i arm and clothes were saturated wirh -lolood. Sayer 'will be arraigned on -'l'Saturday, but on what charge is not 1 Known. NO CHANCE FOR CROSS IN CABINET I'Jdmouton. Nov. is not ihe least likelihood of Hon. C. W. Cross becoming a member of Premier Sifton's cabinet. The commission re- port dealing with the affairs of the late Rutherford admin- inisrration is so severe as to make it impossible for Pre- mier Sifton to consider Cross as a. cabiuei possibility- -r WINNIPEG BANK BEAT ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS Winnipeg, Nov. clearings Here for the week ending today were-" the- iarges: on record. They amoimt- ed to as compared-- wirh this week last year, and in previous week was inat ending December when Ihe. total was HOMEST-T'kSER DIED It AT HIGH Uie Vof the Loma, 100 V of High Ri-' 1 in r- ,iere ;