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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. Lethbridge, Alberta. Saturday, .November II, 1911. Number 280. BLAME HON. R. ROGERS FOR SHORTAGE IN FUEL JDealers Accepted Minis- ter's Public Announ- cement GERMANPRESS ON CROWN PRINCE Kaiser's Hopeful lionsted For His Undiplo- matic Tactics Berlin, Nov. The attitude of the Jrown Prince' 'Frederick during yes- CLEVER LADYTHE ITALIAN PARTY WHIPS GIVEN FOUR MONTHS Amazing Duchess' Play- ed Dangerous Game With .Skill HER CAREER orday'a debate In- the Reichstag, when e openly demonstrated his pleasure i-er and .approval of .criticisms of ;tiancellor Von Bathmaun Holwog's Adventuress Wbo Work- ed High Society For Years London Otlaw -I l 'i I CalEllr> U-The Italian linking jonn Portulscyo wanted heie on n ________.......... "f" Uiaige of murder, was qlicy in the Morocco affair with tcim in jail tint the Lon night, at Walsh, flfu milcb west members this morning when the ranee, and pas sharplj .wo weeks deaptte the fact that ii'he desk mate of the premlei and to the book svstematlc and effort hasihls, light wi.l he Hon r D Monk been put forward bj the police for who is seated with Hon T Win e .......____ To the left of Mi FosU in the'i out [shot his companion on Sundi, .noon, Oct: 30, and 'although only get in fiery speeches, -I.. ondemned today bj not only friends -ij data, the but opponents of Ihe Chancellor imoug the pooi The Bel liner 'I ageblatt the Vos Blsche Zeitung, the College Gazette, and the Frankfurter Zeitung join in falbe pretences Ihe Du- chess" a.s only began to he called following lier arrest several weeks dso on i ch.ugc of dLlraiidm describing the incidents as frivolous: a' hundreds or persons but of lam ind dangerous The u.i ,dicii.s UI thousands of-dollars finned ucli sot- in English mr i f'B f to make a clean getaway aim-his es- lone time ,s the Duchess Ulelaidc Ue !tape complela ,mstery ,0 le heir to the throne shows his r InlmeilL with the politj of the Emperor and his responsible advisers and express feir that the Impression Vill mo of Slic ii> f lie is a Ins neen ghen abroad that the fuluie haic three [laiatcs. Empeio DIDN'T STOCK UP 'Now There is' Serious Suffering in the City Pour daji told on luicklj as it did, plated a large Percentage of the rtlousi- owners In cllj m a very Reuous position re Wding their coa, and Jian one householder is wondering to when- his SulMlaj or a coining from jTue sitm.tlon Is and unlesn'iiOinething Is done fc> it mi fiKeriiiK.'espectaJlv oil) will be MI unit 'Ihe Herald called upon seieial ol he coal dealem this morning in in 'fort to locate tne cause of tho hort.ii.o One'of the main leaeons liven was that ion account of the ,.n flouncement strike as a result of the visit of Hon Hobert Hogen veij little coat was ordeied, thai thinking that the mines would Vue work.'sbme time ago and that thej did not uish to hale on theit hands a large supplj of coal for A Inch they were forced to pay high pn> ea us the resuming of work in the mints fcere would thiow coal in abundance ,on the maiket In quantities which jiil the maiket Thtj hive there froie been ordering three or four 'cm aC ,1 time, and now the cold has struck the cia thej find tlrcmsehes swamped uith ordeis w they cannot fill for sov oral d.ij s The coal merchants hald that me not to blame, and that order Ing onl) a smally supph thej are 2Telj prptectlng theli own Vs j et nothing has been done to re e the situation A11 the coal which has been oidered bs tilt deal crs has been sold 111 adlance and a sBttlement ot the strike in thej will not ordei a larsu supph What is to be done to tide the citizens ovci the cold snap and keen them supplied with fuel till the miners start wolk once more' The arrest followed the questioning M, That Is a question which is being of a clnuff ur the name of Rudell feu aoluallj did imrn asked on eierj hand todaj, and it will who IB said lo been the pilot ol K "Qnlen lo "npecumoni continue to be isked until something jlhc sluggeis the auto downfall cimc with Is done toj-elievo the situation Some mobile whicli figured In a number iccrcterj's, arrest for hue suggested that the the city the miiioert and sluggiiiEs Rudell ''ills with bogus chtqucs The touncll should tune gone ahead with lia said In the pclice to tune admitted irrcst lollowcd immcdiatelj ihat ho the Pierce Cdr ,md "'c sccictirv as acquitted to liiva named five men as haling MURDERER CAUGHT John Portulsezo Captured After Two Weeks Chase SHOT HIS PAL Principal in the Calgary Tragdy Rounded Up SEAT THE MEMBERS Foster Will Be Desk Mate of the Unit. K. L. Borden WHITE AND MONK EVERYTHING POINTS TO AN EARLY SETTLEMENT r Keeps Chair Va- cant For George Cjrahaiu, THE LOG BOOK OF NELSON'S FLAGSHIP Interesting Relic Bought For Thous- and rounds London Voi The log book of N'elson's flagship which wan ecentlj sold at Sothei by's 'n B'inatt, a well known Engllih Bieral tholieand pounds for said Mr Darratt in an in tenlew, and mj main object In ac bcur ,hu capture The accused miiTtf-rer To the left of Mi FosU in the'iout 1ulrlnS it was to preient it go iitmay .be the case, there is a fcelinpr that1 something should ,be 'done without delay to relieve the sit- uation. of There, ts, an'abundance .of coal to fbe had in independent mines close t'to the citj The trouoie seems to be in getting7- it: delivered. is sng- gestod that steps to put on enough teams to deliver a supply of coal at the-lowoHt possible price, so thnt.'th'J. citizens may be protected is finally settlecl ami iL'3 ininerH at work. One and" the thermometer, whicli had been thousand tons .would be enough to fading "a round freezing point that FELIX ZEIEM WAS A NOTED PAINTER on Premier Bordon today The "l IB ule rai deputation Here reticent as to UK na ot Parls Man> bls "orks aie turo of the business which they dis shot to death M Ennght and Peters tne premlei but it is is in unson for slugging understood thit thej adiocated the ________________ removal of the penitentiary from Its imebcnt location to a point outside the Uty limits COLD WEATHER HITS THE FARMERS No Fall Plowing and Much Threshing Yet to be Done Hon. .Senator DC Vebor left for Olta a this iltcinoon to be piestnt it Hit 01 llic parlia men I us are also W ;F. Gernifth, who ojipos od reciprdcky and A. H.' Clarke, of Bsacx. J A M Ail ens mitl H C Bennett Calgnrj arc desk mates in the tecond buck iov. but fllrecth to the rear of MivBorden .in .very good seats. Arthur Meighan and Wm. Alicldleboro. f.wp of the brightest government mem- bers are'promoted to b-attei1 seats and together. Dr. Schiiffner find W D. Staples, old desk mates, nr-a placed logether.agntn, while-dra two Billy and Sam, are again desk mates. i nections with the C P R ai eotir Just ajemon m Leth- M, Qr 8olicltor bridge, weighing of a pound and Ii v U m circumference YLS, it has been 30 below ?ero, but this is son c climate .ifler fill The below is mereh to keep us from Celling 400 gu T lie lemon grown by ASr Fred ALBERTA MAN'S THROAT SCALDED BY 3TIAM It gion on a Itmon Caetor, Alta 11 Hos- ier, employed to draw water for a trecjthieshinif outfit at nalklrk, near bar o planted inrt Altered hi Mr Hicks, ei to o-t DUKE AS AN ATTRACTION AVInnipeg 3 exhibition 'this But he _ _ ________D _ _________inic is propcrh UJ mo in- pj'-p ne had his month over the vir HiH-- iuiau c crop for hose pipe blowing on It of the maiket lie can eat all the the hose attached to a ptes that -mil he made from f he crop on the Somebody care in Ins own leasli tinned on the ateam with L'ui in. ii, m ins IL JT )oard announced jesterdav that the house on Ini OMII tree ind it has ific throat was badly duke of Conmuglit had been asked California product to a stand- Br of to open the siimmci fair bore 'nr No reply has yet been received 1912 BUILDING BOOM ASSURED still A Lethhudirr grown lemon ueigh- mK three-qinrtcrs of a pound Plcast the lemonade. Umos.ii dai brings the an- notiiiLtmenl of ,1 new buildins; or of importance to he. urly m tin inrine as the buildinc j Another Apartment House "I have so many booked on im Waitini; f0r house-keeping said Fred W, Downer this nai.i; ninuii cmerfu uuer la on Wednesday ulsht, worked its CIl> iblisli j way eaBt Into Afnnitoba last evening, in Iliiduire Co tins miiouiRcd (hen intention o' ing record noSMble HIL iloniand for ipart- mcnf: in tlie cily is increasing tap- inouuiinn ions wouin ne cnougn 10 rtiuuuu nuexuit; IIUIIIL iriiu c.i. Kilpph In need of coal unUI dropped mihin twelve morning innouiiicd Ilien intention o' J.V -W J 1 nnd the people coming to the to get up-to- close in [0 tho busi I he hnsincbs in the spring I v ill build another Tpiititwnt house on Men Ui St, S betueui On, mansions and 'lie .SOT hill The new buihling will tie known as (lie Albert Mansions, and will be very similar to thej Victoria man- sions, M'hicli wtrrn built a couple of ago It will be .50 feet front- HIS MURE WAS VALUEHT Disabled Man Asked Oiler Compromise Snsk nnd C p n To cltj called, and m turn Mnt for McPherson, of Castor, itq aBslst him and an operation waa it once performed to e Hosier s life Tile phj sicians made an incision In 'the; man s throat and inserted a tube Hosier will recover if la does not develop. SAD ENDING TO AC. PI R. BRAKEMAN Afoosc -laWj-Sask., Nov. as Pierce, brakoman on the found last night in- at the rear of the Hrnns- wick Motitl. The iiciicc .took him'-to the cells locking hlni up, aftti plac- j of piopurh bisidi Ihe Sheilook hnililine for Inndlinc tins i decidedly put on end to remaining; of a neck or ten dajn of mild weather, in sope fall ploivln? Mi I'ick stated that the, plans weir migbt done Owlns to Mie contiu- prepared bv the local'--at- to, clntocl, L I, (.ancr, for a brick Ineorporat.on of tho Saskatcheivtni deal Und than has ttlllU' ith anj- yire headquarters at read> b> Manitoba farmers lor-iprum which lias been erected in the v great deal of unneccssni) suffering BE MONEY IN IT No, Hcglna. LOMBARD UOJE8 LAUDEK Edmonton, jtHa Nm 1 a ten round bout tonight before big crowd of ipwtatont, mi- ly Lander wii glnn a dwIil-Dn ovtir Harry on poln.tif. l cauj II) itlaulvuUH inrnlerS lOr'SPltllg Una llttu plowing, and effect la likely lo business section ol tho citj hereto- nianlfost Itself In dccicis foie Hie ground floor and full base fc In Saakatcbstian and Alberta, ivllwe of TAUM 1NY HALL IS ONTHE WANE Yoik' N'm U -The 'hc upper Hepnblican partj In the state and .ecoHeil Hat summer from a live who hnic ig.cod to nettle the claim bv In the defendants Air Mar llott is nnc icailv dlsib'ad for life m aaaitatcnftnan and Alberta, ivhere liirdware store, Kl.t.i mv. In Homo dlBtrlctn not fifty lu" lll> as iiuitcs, icjty Tuesdays election, Is Ihe grain ha> been threihcd, C'omplcto. the building will makn imnnnmi i 'v nun can report thrwhlng n. completed nrighborhoo.l of fta v and some firmer, propose continuing HlcK Srlll tn ls onf of d, n "rk cit> since (ho return their noon ai th, WWIh Til that Fammant Alhc become! MUM Hut tbro.blnr r "''5, .tronKlh has been rwlricted practical from utook ultll (noil on the ground sl'ml" hllh ln thc Ij to tin one borouitn of I ll "Hi a doubtful expedient Tbone fa'r- l.ethbrulgt, bj Ihcit drcision lo opponents arc nlannln phi-re is 11 fluents sun for light house I tc nit; I tch iinrtment con- l.un i bidr'ion In ing room, bath loom anil 1 itdici m (king a comfort- able .ipjilininl for the hoiisoVcepcr Tlie probable 'the new build-I ing furnished will be over fifty tbous- NOTED AUTHOR DEAD dollars nnth Bag Clnil Rn During tlfo week announcements of famoiit Btorie have been made of several hundred rtlcd Friday. He was' In aduincod thousand dollars' worth of buildings to be erected in the spring. The In mjr I'u let uas found dead voit 10 imie to Kcltle the claim lllortcl11 liaci od tl" pn mcnt of ft QUO to bo borne ol nausen. An. oncwtlon was rcnuiKtl to remoie a piece ol meat over an inch in which had lodged in liis wind ,nrc l ho coroner's jury late tonight rotiiracd n iculicl ot dead chWing whilL in toxicnlcd. HarseMc, o warchous, years and had been feeble i for some His hooka had to do with ad- venture on the sea widely ing folk wllh grain In the ufark can (Continued on pact b, tbcu crul pionnsqs 1 irgc enough lo meet the other boruipghs from Turn the growth ol the city. control. Dnnsliipi liank, block, Albert Mansions, malt- il of or considei half K million dollars is no doubt Hut a building t TO CONTEST A' LIBERAt' HIVE H.....11 Conn ,0 conlMt the riding at a largdv boom such ,is Ihe Ins had contention aftw hclorc. is. m liniiil moon PR CARMICHAEL DEAD Dr.' Winnipeg, Nov. Rev T A rinnlchael D D superintendent of th'j Mlcsion ary Board of the Presbyterian Church of qanada, nt 7 o clock this morning at his home In Kort Rouge, of pnoii inonia'. t ;