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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume V IVouiubcr CENTS Number British Navy in Fighting Trim H ASQUITH DEFEATED Powers to Take Constantinople Less Than a Month and Very Few Candidates in the Running to Date NEW CANDIDATE Fowler Will be Alder manic Aspirant Supporting this Years Council WHO MAY RUN Number Good Men Mentioned Lethbridge Selects Candidate Tuesday Night Four weeksfrom todity voting ou the mucJcipiil elections takes but from the interest so far display ed one would think it was to be one year from Less mention is made of the coming campaign than over before in recent and inspite of tlie fact that during the there has beeu more cijticlEffl of tho aldermaulc body than the cane So far the prospective candidates Tiave been very suy in declaringtheir but with weeks yet ionstlrefe ts UKCTyto be a revival of interest in municipal questions which will lead to a larger iiehl note presents Mayor Hatch has not given up his Intention to stand reelection for Seen by the Herald this morning he stated tliat he hart not thought of calling IL meeting of the ratepayers to tXscuss the years This will be lo the electors them and if such a meeting is ask ed for it will be held between nom ination and The other two mayoralty camHd Hardit and Gilles jiio have not yet started active can They arc both out on straight commission form of govern incnt While it was stated I last week that oxCliet Gilleapie had lefinteiy decided fp run there still seems to be some doubt in the minds of the majority of the ratepayers as to liis actual Ho a still vlttlting British Columbia and the mat ter will not be cleared up until he friends state that he is definitely in the and as he has cleared the way for his mun icipal by striking out the name of the city in li To Rebuild the Welland Canal are Tor the Ing of the canal comprising what will be the largest canal in the lock walls being practically tho same heifjhtas those of tho Panama The new canal is likely toenter Lake Ontario at AleCalls to e three miles from the present outlet at Port and will ex tend from a distance eight is what is known as the ten milecreek route The whole canal will then be 25 miles From Thorold to the old chaiiuul will be It is expected that the work will take five years for completion and the cost has been roughly estimated at Tells of Unanimity in Securing Uniform for em Cities With the Tone exception of Medi cine the cities prairie prov inces from Portage La Prairie to Ed monton were represented at civic held at Ke glna7 in spite of the prognostication that the meeting be a continuance of the fight damage suit every city present pledged itself to oppose principlepbf buying iii oiTeringbonujes and other the stand point of the antibonus advocate the mooting was an entire and at the sessions of tho provincial legis lature this winter efforts be made to place oil the sta tutes making wholesale bonusing of Industries The meeting resulted In the forma tion of the Western Canada Civic and Industrial with practically all cities drawing the centres of the west closer together than ever befqre in the matter of Industrial de The object of the leagucj is to organise the towns and cities Of Western for pro motion and protection in all matters of industrial expansion along uniform It aims to abolish the bonusing of industries relievingfoeratepayers of a great burden oE taxation which history has shown inevitably falls ou thorn as i result of It does not prevent the cities from putting forth every effort to induce industries lo locate at those but it does aim to prevent givang away rights and privileges as has been the case of some western Neither does it tend to discourage lo cal capital investing in industrial con cerns conning to a the league does stipulate that any before receiving the support af tlie civic authoritiesor the hoard of trade in in ducing local capital to invesU shall have at least fifty per cent of the cap ital stock nf the company fully paid either in or represented in tilt stock and plant tlf the company as it will actually The cities will cooperate In this matter and they liopo to put au end to wild cat com and to the a new industry playing one city against an other in their effort to secure costly The annual meeting of the lea gue will be held in Edmonton two days before the opening of thn Ed monton The of each city shall appoint three represen Tim government one of whom shall be from was defeated today a veto of SSSUie board of trade or chamber of com against 20H in the committee on home I The oillcers of each province have A motion Premier A i Lit 0 take up with the consideration of the bill was adjourn The division WHS a snap one financial provisions of the TJulc Sir Frederick a Tnionist member or tlie city oi Lon moved an amcruluiPtiL providing JAMECl BRYCE Retiring Bntieh Ambac ado at VVBsh ingtcn ELECIROCUIE in connection with the police investi is believed that tthero is little doubt about tho mayoralty cam paign being a threecornered Fowler to Run Another new aldevmanu candidate announced hiuiselt this morning in the person cf Fow fConCUtucd on page DEFEATED IN ON AMENDMENT TO IRISH HOME cial government the mutter of legis lation along tho linns laid flown by tho and already llio Alberta delegates hnve formed a plan of ac dion which will eoe an effort made to introduce a bill U the session which in servicesto the control of the on Pane FOUR TRACK SYSTEM 11 In Reference to an application of tho Grand Trunk before the Railway Comniis slon for leave to cross the Canadian Pacific Itailnaj s near it Aa veloped that tho latter coin pnny expects shortly to start work ou n Fourtrack System betwsea Brandon anl Fort PELLET1ER SAYS LETTERCAR RIERS ARE TO BLAME IF THEY WORK MORE THAN 8 HOURS Vcl received a deputation representing the Letter Carriers when a sad con sequence of the high wind ihdt airtoiday nightJfhrough the Pass is reported from rrinte A Bohemian working as a night lamp man in the employ of the Canadian at as found dead o clock this mcrimg in his cabin imestiga tion shoivs thatthe cause of his death was due to his cl accident hmnenmp in pc uliar manner One oC cables funuingfrom the power house and the cabin was blown down and broken closeto the the force cf tlis wire through on to thi floor of the lamp cabin and from the burns on the victims leg and it is hard to state wheth er tho struck him in or it on foe be attempted to pick it Death apparently The deceased is very known aiiiQug the Bohemian residents of although he has only lived here for the lastthree A wife arid four children were depend ent upon and they are practical ly without Ou account of the fact that the deceased did not belong IK ALLIANCE IS I Turkey is Greatly Embarrassed Noi situation 1m taken turn ioi the V grave international ciifcis seemb to bo impending On the one uand the position of the government seriously compiomibed because the army lepudiates the medatlou pioposals On the other hand the committee of uiion and progress ia of renewed while the Tmkish both national and is being worked to feier heat by the preaching m the mosques and the impassioned language of the piess The most serious featuie of the sitmtion it the eminent in lmins to apply for mediation to secure an later lequestmg mediation pure and and then be ing virtually obliged to Nleld to the which repudiates med HE LIKES HIS JOB from authoritative sources state that Glen Campbell will not liis as in spector of Indum agencies de snite Ills recent reported good fortune of to a fortune calculated in Tt is belwrcd that the since been v v HAS BEEN CONSISTENT UNIONIST SEAT WITH SEVERAL HUNO RECI MAJORITY is taking place tod HI the hyc clectioii beingdue to the vacancy caused by the succession of the sit ting Unionist member Taunton is Sir Cecil SpringRice Will Go to Washington Press Views 11 Churchills to Preparedness of Brit ish Navy Has Salu 1 tary Effect CHANGING VIEWS Austria Not Nearly so Keen on Resisting Servias Demands for Sea Port POWERS AGREE Will Likely Occupy Constanti nople Instead of the Balkan Armies As a lesult of Austrias threats to prevent from having a ht tie window ra the it is now said Jiere that the which Washington corespondent OL the Moining Post hus been working secretly for that Wr Hixcc intotmed Presij glfat navy on a dent Toft that he would retire short U and to Sir Cecil Arthur SpringIt minister at succeed Mr Bryce Cecil Aithur SptmgRice in 1859 and created P CM G in minister since Scpl 11118 and ready to strike s This probably will do more any other agency to secure peace t Animated by purely patriotic mo in ojjgdience to mstiuc ttona the hsh presa hot piint a line about 1SSC ho acting third sccrcjjhe stranga ill the dockjards taij and as to the British to the Interna tional Maritime conference in 188SI After for a at Brussels anil lolio le tianweired to in James Brue inteiulctl soon to resign from tie ambassadorship at Washington was knoun in London three months It expected that he would retire after his tralian trip lie had told a few fnerils that lie Mas tired of the cares oi office and wished to devots the rest of his life to literary It was generall until ten dajs when England cjlkJ all hei sailors to tho colors Even once moie obeying instruc all the irewspapeis jjubhshed ihe diplomatic fiction that the mob ili7ation ot the battleships and the cruiser and destroyer rwas only part a pioject io give all aoe tions of the service practical dilll Gieat Britain does not want to fight She will exhaust every effort of diplo macy to a genwal European but everybody hcie reads be supposed that thej Iween the lines jovernment would outaidc the speech on Saturdayeight an diplomatic service for his sion of firm determination to pre worked move than eight hours a Young New Ameri can commenting on Premier As Mansion House says It is n long time siuoe England has sounded a finer ncte thjrn The common justice joins with the common sense of ihe Christian world in endorsing Premijr Asciuiths broiul at the Lord May ors inausTiral Englantl nothing better to advance repute and respect in universal opinion thaa standing res the Asquith race all ov er the world are in full and hearty sympathy with the magnificent bat tles of the No brav er battle was over fought in a bet ter and the Balkan victories on tho ot Constantinople ara being watched with breathless iaterest throughout tile whole realm cf The Bulgarian rosl menU carry the hope of Christianity Continualon page successor and select some statesmaa or publicist of exceptional as it did when il appointed thus returning the compliment which the United States is accustom ed to pay Great Britain in the char of her The names of Alfred editor of the Westminster and Lewis of state for the have been free Iv Sir Cecil Arthur who will receive the ap pointment to is consid ered one oi the ablest of Great Brit ains regular Will Leave Clean British am bassador to tho United will remain at Washington un til all pending negotiations luxe teen cleared These it is un tins question of the Panama canal The British foreign oliiee is not yet piopmd io statement in regal d to Mi retirement oi to the appointment of j who probably Sir j Ocdl Arihur British Press Opinion With the excep tion oi tlie olldal Westminster Ga zette the comment ofthe evening newspapers on Bryces term of ifice at are mcst unfav This is cue to tinassistance tju Canadian un der Sir WiHrid Lalirier in the nego tiation of tul reciprocity treaty iur he Inionist press is unallc to forpivo Austria from excluding Servia from the and her allies from robbing the Balkan States of the fruits of the victories have coat them so many thousands of lives on the WJiile Arquiths asked the useof common sense and application of justice in the settle ment of tho giavo political and which have born oE this wonderful Winston Churchills speech is looked as n straightforward declaration that it a war is foiced bj tlie unreasonable attitude of Austria and her Englands mighty navy is ready with squadrons at atrategetlc where they can speedily deliver a deadly This firm and apparently unex pected attitude ot Englaad has work ed a marvellous revulsion of reeling in for most of the dispatches on page WENT OUT ON THIN ICE IN AN EFFORT TO CAPTURE OOME morning a sail fatality occurred farm ol is the fasliion small fry Unionists soulli oi n o n clttiy and attack two sorjs lost their lives in but his rccoriljs mi admit wjs one ami there is nothing in it j which docs not rebound to his holiqr ou the oil with a lliin cuating of icn noes noi rtnomm io nis i has evtremely popular in some wounded Mild ha i I Uniteil States at the rapic time pjiil il is supposed the Loj Where the George a vigilant juanljan of ths inltresU pf endeavoring tlc dn1 s ig oa tclli mm of another typo but li wiHethnys were loin a welcome and we fifl the father in about wiil find tcil vclc I in IMS new and ten years his His 610MS were found Ijing ;