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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Voliinic V. 1WELVK PAOKS Lctlibrldgc, Alfecrfai. J^iesfiiiy, November" VI, 1012 Niinibdrl ER OF SPl FALLS VICTIM TOANAMIN'SnAIM Shot by Anarchist Who Committed Suicide when Arrested --Ginalejas Greer o- HIS GOOD WORK Had Been Premier Since 1910 And did State Good Service MtttirW, Nov. 12.-The Spanish Ptc-mler, .Jose Canaltijas, was assassinated-tortay. The assassin was captured J)V the police. He gave tlic oamc ot Manuel Patdinas Setrato Martin, and said he was a native of Grado in the province ol Hucsca. Martin fired four shots at Premier Canalejas as he was entering the ministry'of the Interior to attend a � cabinet meeting. , Two of the shots truck thestatesman behind the right ear and he fell dead.' The assailant when iarrest�d, committed suicide. He was 28. years old and is helieved to lie an anarchist. - Canalejas, 'who was prime minister of Spain,\was selected to form the Spanish cabinet in February 1910. He �was leader of the monarchial democratic party, which came into power ^ on the ircsignation of the Liberal cabinet, headed by Senor Moret Y. if>rendergas. Senor Canalejas, who belonged to a �wealthy and prominent family, came ito the front in political life only in JL900, when he took a leading part in '�the campaign agiiinst clericalism. He Had, however, -ta)or. When, he was asked in. Febrji-ary,: 1910, ,by King Alfonso to forni a ministry, the request caused a great sensation and was the, first time in the'history of Spaiii that an advanced radical had been placed at the head of the ministry. His cabinet has gince undergone many clianges,-but he always has retained the leading place, He'-liad much to do with the signing of the agreement between Spain and France on the question ot the future of Morocco which was recently satisfactorily settled. GAUVREAU RETAINS SEAT Ottawa, Nov. It.-rThe Temiscouta election appeal, Ployrde vs. Gnuvr�au, wag quashed by the Supreme Court today. The eHect ot the decision is to confirm C. A, Gauvreati. Uberal, in hi� seat. >��4>�4>���        � NICE WAV or SAYING IT  � '-- � .  Fort William, Nov. 12.-That �  over 31 per cent, of the school  4> children In the public schools  � of Fort William are affected  >> by pediculosis, was the report 4> ^ sent to the Board of Kduca- C> don last evenLiR, by the nurse 4> ject of considerable discussion ^  by the board. Pediculosis   means that the affected i>er-  nd It fs propoied tb aerve a cefd tupper and have a amoker follow the election of offlcera and'r(ieeptlon:of reports. In order to eover cxpenMa'a fee of one dollar it being charged. The Hon, C. R. MItcKcil minlater of public work* for Aib>ria, hat prdmlaed to attend and it I* hoped that Honl Charles'StevvaH,mlnl�ter of munlclpalltie* will aJ*o attend and Mr. A. H. Clarke, K. C. M. G., of Calgary, one.of the doughtleti Liberal speakers and figbtera In the Heu*e of Commons. He I* a member for South EsseiC Ttekatli' have been printed and can be obta'ined.frorh Mr..R. V. Gibbon*, Balmoral block; M. J. B. Wilkle, Kirkham block; Mr. S. J. Shepherd of Shepherd A Dunlop, Mr. R. E. McArthur, Sherlock Block, or any officer of ttil aMoclatlon." Mr. William Oliver, president of the association will preside at tlr meeting and lunehedh. Liberals who have come to the city,within the past year are especially invited to come and make the^iiselvea kn4wn. Friday night prointses to be a rouser for the Liberals of Lethbridge. ' " E FORMALLY ANNOUNiB CANDIDATURE FOR MAYORII' �>  �          I* . . 4> sign Itcan do so bv calling at   tha office of it. A. Smith; his  iiMWdB>Jfrom ps wlio work In :^tWp?^r��*at^ i � i- VWhat'iJt^S Pi^resslve V^f^ has done--sh�ijff,ii^ theft of the'^-h^ubli-can orcaiitzation by the Uepuollcan Ajosseg at'''Chicaef)*?last *�ne, lu liter-ally^ unparalleled id the .'history ot l-ree. gbvernmeut worked under r.epre- Hed Deer, Alta,, iiov. 11,-jam-as Hourke, a youag Scotchmaih lately como to Red Deer, wag discovered dead iu his bed at noon today,, and from indications suicided. The dor-oner and i)olice were suroraonad, and an Inquest will be held itbrnorrow. Strike of the C. P. R. Freighters Spreading 7donlreal.* . Que., Nov. 12,-Three hundred �[^oi' tho CuuadlaB Paclflo trolgfit; handlers went on strike thlu morning until tholr demand for a board of inquiry to InvostlBate tholr grlovanceji iSfgraiited. - It Is e.xpect-cd that by.nlght olfiht hundred will bo out.It Is announced that the Toron-' to men would also ko out today, tho two big 'olilOB followine tho example ot tUo moii o( Ottawa, Calgary. Fort WiUlam, 'Sudbury .Smith's Falls and other , places. The men hero claim that'50(5 >olf their fellows are already out at Fort William, while 200 have gone out.InOttawa. The work at the capital ^s, now. being' done by Poles and other* [Without e\perlcnuo, reinforced by eleven clerksf s^ant up from Montreal, statements emanating from railway olQctals (bat. no disruption of bueluess'ha^ been'causiod in Ottawa, are contrad(ciod'by the strikers who duolarg the leading wholesalers in the city aroAiinublo to oblaid tholr goo^'j. A statement was given out this morning by A. II. Moshor of IlHlifax, president of' tUo men's union, lij which crlovnuoes are set forth and the men's position' outlined.  'I'lm nten, Mr, Moshur said, aro pro-parod to abide by the' decision of any iadopendent tribunal on earth and the moment such tribuiuil Ig ' appointed, they will "return to work, Tlieir or-ganlKaliou has been Incoriiqrated under Caimd^nn law since 1908 and. now extends from St. .fohn N.B.i to Vancouver, and includos ticket agents, station agents, station policemen, car chocUors, freight clerks and others engaged in handling freight, Some ol' these men, tho president'iaid, worked twelve hours a day tor |40 per month while one ffase was cited of a man-wlid only got $10 per month.. Mr. lyloshev objected to what be described as iniS' leading reports supplied to thopteas by the railway and expreEsed- Indignation at the. refusal ;of the railway and the Minister of Labor to recgi)ize the men's union, though . it'Waa (ppr years in'existence and w�s, np.w of a national character, The loiters sent to Mr. JtoNlcolI, he said, had not been replied to and when the Minlator oi Labor was Invoked, he refuaad to com-.ply\ with tholr request for thij appointment of u board of oonoination. ( i Asked this morning to utate their position in view of the latest deyelpp-inonts of strike, tho Canadian Phc-lllc repliod. that they could not gjivo out a statomeui so early m t'ac day' m IS SE ITS MARITIME H LEGISLATION THIS SESSION P^RO' yiDING FOR BRANCHES TO LINK UP TRANSCONTINENTAL - sentatlvo institutions. '.Three months have gone by since some hundreds of earnest mea and women gatherei to support the new Progressive party. Without money, without uay organization, against the W-ealtli. of the country, against the entire organized political ability of the country, against the bitter hostiflty of 90 per cent, of the press of the .country, against the furious opposition' Of every upholder of special prlvlleg'3 whether in poli-ilcs or IjL businesfl, aind with tho channels ot  iiiformatioia -to the public largely choked, the Progressive party has polled beitwecn four and ohe-half million votes,, and -has hopelessly b'aaten one of the old parties both in the electora^^ collpgeand In thp popular vote;' ihas' talteii'sfecoTid place In tho natlaa, fiud either first or, second place In'Bome thlrty-Beven of.tie fortj' eight states. , No^taekrlu any way ap-fContrmieii^^n;�ii?^i?b IM-'v; '; Montreal, Nov. 13.-The .Canadian Northern railway, it tx unjlrrstood, will seek legislation tliis 'session pro-' viding for its maritime -'outlet; for through trallic from the West. The company has two oullets in view.'One! is by securing running rights over the Intercolonial from Montreal or Quct' bee to St. .lohn and Halifax, .while the other is to make connections .with the Boston and Maine line at Shcr^' brooke. :Tlie company is'applying (or legislation' this session, authorizing ! the construction of a lino from' MoW real to Levis with, a branch .tunning down from .St. Hyacmtl\e and � Shot-' brookc. ' Th^^GraitdvT^unk Pacific Eiitrpice Civic Gmpaign Warmt'd U| Today-Mr. W. J. Nelsbtf^ Will Not Run ^1 NORTH WARD I liitepayers Will Select iH^f Tonight-Two Are in the � Running  That the G. T. P. I� pusning plant for building Into Loth-bridge; next year, is apparent, by . the . number of orders obtained recently approving parts' of the route. Last week the Herald published the fact that the devia--tlon. In the original plant between Carmangay and Noble had been approved by the MInliter of Rall-ways. Today it i� learned that ,thc nallway Commlsalon has issued an order which Indicates the approach to the city. After crossing the Aldersyde branch near Noble, the road comes' direct to a point between Klpp and the city, and will enter over the C. P. R. bridge. Tho railway commission has Issued an order granting the G. T. P. authority to build an overhead bridge over the Diamond City spur. This order Is datca October 23. It Is unders.'.ood that contracts for the building of the line Into Lethbridge from Calgary will be let,so permit of an early start next year. CWING TO GALES RELIEF IS IM-' POSSIBLE-EFFORT MADE TO SAVE CREW Byzantine Gate Milwaukee, Wis., Nov.; ,12.-^Thc steamer, D. W. Cook' went ashora early today, at Dcmmes Point, twelvo miles north of Miiivaukee,'where the surface Is covered with rocks; Owing to the very strong northeast gale, tiigs have -aot yet been able r.o reach the vessel. A-life-saving: cvow has staried-for.tbo scene of the. wreck to take the crew off if necessary. The steamer is commanded . by Captain Gebbart, and is bound from Buffalo to Milwaukee, with eight hundred tons of package frolghi. W?^h the victorious enemy at' her; gates the eyes of the jjwrld are turned^ to the Turkish capital.,'"^The upper cir^ cle shows the Byzantine Gate, through which, according to an old tradltlohi';^ the Turk's believe the Christians will come to recapture Constantinople. The; lower pi(iiure is a view of Constantih-i opio, showing both sides of the Bo's-^ phorouB with the Turkish fleet moblU; Ized In the Straits. > ' 1. SCHRANK PLEADS GUILTV Mllwaukoo, Nov. 12,-.loliu Schrank pleaded gulltv to tho shooting of Col. Roosevelt. The court thereupon- decided to appoint a commlssloii to examine him as to his sanity. ? * ? * -S- ? l(B>:^'ca\i-didates and their probable cluOMavNit^ ' election. There Is a revlTal bf^feel-v-fi ing coming; over the cHy witli n^iiniirrf tc tiifi mako-uD of the municipal^ipivj^') ernment for next year, and it'Niia^ ' quite possible that the, campaiga .ftfU I yet turn into one ot the old tlme;,.'�4ru sessions to which the: people arc^ao- ] customed. , "  . iKeveral changes In the fleld'^mc ent themselvet) today. Two or^thrM \ new men are mentioned for. aldaniliin- I ic honors, one of the mayoraltjrproa-pects has stated that he wtU noti'De'g in the field.  ^' >' ^ Jos. Qillesple, ez-ctaief ot.|ioUCe:rtatl definitely In the fleld^;;'clalmtbg/,'th� ; booking of the labor men; . , '\'Xf5^" W, .1. Nelson, who was mentloiiedlas-^ the probable business Men'i be A candidate Louis Keel may be a,cand|date| | fiard fightv'fromv three corBeiiSir\.'au4} jlldgrne fro,roaio_ street seittlraj^f-rt" vt'lnbo'an even hkrdcr ca'm'palgniiban '| that ot last year when 'Afayor; Hatch!*: omorgod victorious. The presentilnr.!v,'t| cumbent of the position haA noi.yet i marsUalicd his forces, ; and. thougJi^;'^,| there does not aeera to be much doubt^i^i^s uliout his Intention to stand for rer^j-f^s i election, he has not taken tho matter.rijl seriously as yot. " _ ' ^^^^-^ Louis Keel, when .tjio subject ywa8;�j'i| broached to hlin, stated that he.was.?'' not sure. Ho had been .conslderjng..?; I the matter, but would rathor-wait-unri'j rj til a little later when the slateswilfa*^* have taken more definite �hapef?,�3iH0;;J' has in mind some proposed chang^aiV).''{I to the city government which* he'�Wij^|j^ lieves should be made, but unless'ije^t,[ decides to enter the fray he'wHlsnote;^ have anything to -say publicly.  'X^d\ one thing, however, he does take'ia^ii* stand, and that is that altogether'tooll much abuse has been heaped .9B'thia^l'j year's council. All bodies of 'monitr| will make mistakes, but on t)>a):W,bol#;f^! ho boUevos they have done thel]rxd'u|yi;'1| by the city to the best of their-abllltjr^^^'i and should be, proud of tljeiraiBcftaiiifk'i pUsliinents In the big tbiogs. � ft" fp/pS' believed that Mr. Keel wlshea !to;ia5|�>jv * certain plans . followed .out,,:w^l'^j�'-(' would justify the heavy,capital.^i.'es;;':, pendlturo this year, and ,�� he; take*''i the platform as a candidate It will bo v on a policy along that Ilne^ ' . t'ij (Uohiimieu on page Ranching Commission Session Here Tomorrow If Stmiliorii Alberta, and especially the lirljiHl&;l hhcLIou to the east aad souili of LatUbrldgo, does uut benoma tlie centre ol' the sheep raising and' wool growing industry; of the. province, U will npt be tlie';fuult of IU� Southern Alberta Wool Orqiwt'rs' as-Bociatlqii, for within Itju past, two yisars thp'y i,'>c'aii �oii.tlnuaUy presslni; upon the OorainlQn gov.eni-ment for batter coudUifins for tho 'sUeep Industry, and tomorrow ihoy ;wlll make anotiier cffcvt to gnin certain concessions, In ivgavd to gi-az-Ing, which, if they are s'ucceisful, will establish this sectlbtt of the proV. Ince as the'centre ot live Vn'djjslry, as iOreat Falls is the centra of'ilie Industry In the Stato of Moniiiim. . Tlie ranching conimiEslcvi,'which  has boon making a tour of the-Western provinces during, tho ptist fo.W weeks, will meet tomorrow nionilng at ten o'clock In tho'CbvijtcU Cham-bor at tho city hall, and at'-tliai tl/no ,-ill matters pertaining' to tlie:"raneli-Ing ludusirv in tho district will be dlu-(!uaao(l, and ovkloncri fi-ltdii M'fild'h Is i IjJtouded to lca; .mountulns for summer range, (or Southern Alberta sheepmen, jkui  they., will also ask that the foothill, i-�ng?>, 'J which is unsulted to cattle graaing be, i-thi'ow'ii o.oen for tho sheep ranclwrs, 4 \ who. they claim, should 'be allowed* t STaziiief leases ou this laijd covorlns a, | period of years. , * � C. S, Crest, the secretary of the as-' -i;,-soclatlon, stated to-'the Herald � this, 5 afternoon that he had notified ever.v' lii^iiber ol' Ijio organization to be pV^-^ sent, if at all possibly,, tor they hi^ve,.'* the matter well in hand now, haidng pi-ssented /their case dlreotlv tOM^e't lion. Martin 'BuiToil. minister Pt^jt^s/J rloulturo, during his visit to yio'Drj^-.'^s Furmlii.?; Congress, and 'f' tht^lj^iVeriV J; deiico toinorrnw'iB strong ;�uoj.ijt^^ iiKliico ilio commlpslon- to'. pr�)8ef\^|[?i'|i vHport to tholr-depavt{hent'(tt^o|t^bjM>'| to ilio -request of the,sheepi^^nfjif,"?!!! ^Continued on Pag� mV^t^.p 040063 ;