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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. JLethbrulge, Alberta, Monday, November Number 281 WILLBORDENS BUILD THE SHIPS if I Significant Campaign Is Started by Ottawa Con. Paper LAURIER POLICY 'Strong Case Made Out for ironie-Biiilt Boats VETERANS PEACE WANT MORE TIME Want Further Extension so as to Market Scrip Kvoning WOODSIDE SPEAKS It Would lie to Sell All Tins Ycsir Ottawa, Out., Nov. j: TERMS AGREED ON; MEN WILL VOTO TOMORROW Gordon Award the Basis of Agreement With One Clause Re- lating to Minimum Wages Left to Arbitration City Orders 900 Tons Wyoming Coal Hke- African veterans paper, edit- '-v lhat the 'Soilih will petition Ihu government for a iurthor extension on tlicir Iaiul grant warrants which run out on the 3lst ask- Nov. The i'Journal, u C'onsarvattvL' 'ed by P: U. Ross, :i cio.se intiurato friend -of premier llonlen is out '..strong for tho Liuirler mivnl policy, Of December. Last winter they is urging tho new government to cfrt for a two years' extension on J'adopt it. In view of tliu fact thai Hon. Frank Oliver, form- L er minister of the interior, onlv the government has tiob returned this granted one year. Major J. H. Wood- guarantee cheques the lowest ten- sidCj in ni said, defers for the eleven cruisers Lauricr mn a -Wcelcly report of -the dopurt- was going to huild it is regarded by merit of interior there was an error, which staled that Fernle.-R.. C., Nov. Carter of District 18 has just arrived from bringing with him the hauls of a proposal agreement 'between Western Operators' Association iiui the Mine Workers of tho district, ['his agreement is along the linos of the Gordon award and will he sub- mitted to tlie locals for a referendum at once. Some difficulty was exper- ienced over the interpretation of the minimum waste clause, but it has been left for arbitration. Discrimination clauses similar to those in general use-arc provided for anil it is thought by most of the offic- ials thai It will be adopted by the men of the district. smith stated that it would he eome time before they would be putting out as much coal daily as was tho case strike, hut (.hat tliay ex- pected that within a short time to be able to' raise as much as formerly. so far as Letlibridge Is con- cerned, he thought lhat they would coon be raising enough to supply ihe Und sotwa coal will be raised before trict willdo will, be to overcome tbls shortage. While.It.cannot yet be definitely stated when work "will- be. resumed In tho mines Ivere, there Is every reason to believe that, if the miners take the WALTERSGOTT SITUATION WRITES TO BORDEN Please Give Saskatche- wan Pont on Hudson's Bay AN OLD REQUEST Citizens Greatly Pleased News timt the conference between the miners and operators which 1ms been in session at Frank since Tu'oe- day, Oct. 31, had concluded and re- in a settlement being reached, some that the Jon inspired by the premier as a sort oi leeler. The Star consist- ent itb opposition to the Laiir- ler is opposing the .Journal's K' picas. The Journal in a vigorous re- ply puts the case for the Canadian as follows A Canadian navy means Canadian money spent in Canada is tiie Montreal Star opposed to that.? tnadian navy means the Riimpaign is recently, which staled that about was hulled with delight by tte citl- 315 .South African veterans had im-' ZCHB. There was at 110 time during local (lemand. Their large contract will be to overcome the serious age which- Is Blaring the neopfe oi SaskatchGwnn and Manitoba .in ihe face, and it thought that one ot tho first things the mines of-the dis- ROWELL WILL RON IN OXFORD registered warrants, or in'other the deliberations any opinion express- words stiil on the market. cd but that the conference would end later showed that J 00 more satisfactorily to all, although the were unregistered, making'a total of lensth of time renuired to reach the McKjlJ EctifCS GlV- t settlement made sonre very anxious. The text of the agreement is not known other than that the Gordon the basis on L..U ,..-ious schedules were could not be disposed of be-1 TWs agreement gives lore the end of December." tlle mjners average raise .of six He that the government per cent., while in th'a first instance I in this local tomorrow, work will JtflCCllt ill Will- be resumed on Thursday at the latest nipeg Made Premier Get Busy Reglna, Nov. is learned that the end of the week. City Orders 900 Tons Mayor Adams and 'Aid. Goode and Bowman met this morning and signed the Saskatchewan government have in the city at J7.00 per ton. The coal rdon' Prlme minister of Can- will bo shipped immediately from Wy- ada' Pointing out that in view of state- oming, and should reach the city with- raents recently made by the new Win- in a few days. The action of the city .ister ot tile Interior and'Premier Rob- In taking this step was the result of ii. Winni-0. a conference this morning in which Winnipeg, ti- lt was brought out that there would I" action by the Domiu- liltely be a shortage of coal in the io" government' in tho matter of un- city even should the miners start to organized territory and extension of f "n the provincial boundaries they deem sidered it their duty to protect the t citizens from any serious situation d mv at which might arise between the pres- as we" as the province of Sas- I ent and tho time when the local mines katchewan to call his attention to the At; the rate they are sellin, now 215 could easily have .been poscil msc.l of bv the first, of December I m :aid the Major. 'the ,-iiig Leader a Safe 1 Seat OTHER NOMINATIONS "ll! justice of giving hold- they dot- of scrips u chance, to. illspose of to them, by giving a further extension, as all such issues had'been'given. uri- limited'pxtcnsiong in the past. UNEMPLOYED RUSHING TO CITY ml.of shipbuililing works in Caiiiulia'ii ciliu.s. J-; the Montreal Star opposed that A Canadian nrwv means a groat KliHi-lbn of skilled "workmen Io Uio L u idiin jeoplt IJO2-: the Montreal StaV dislike that A Canadian navy means an addition Io and development of 'the national education of this country. Is the Montreal Star against that? umdian nan inenns ;l stronger patriotic anrt imperial scntinvint here in mi'.al respects, a .greater disposi- tion on of Canadians to en- ter na-al service, whether as oflicers or as seamen. n s th MonUeil Stir think that deplorable A Canadian navy means a responsir bility estabiishcd hv ourselves -which must lie maintained as our other na- tional rcsjionsihililics are maintained will he maintained as these others are, and i respectable and in the end likely to ing the week, from railway construc- bc a more effective thing than any tion camps. The Grand Trunk Paci- pay ing of naval tribute or subsidy or Tic train from the west has brought pn.se I ilion of ships thing) to in an average of -100 men cach night. any other country, even-our Mother The sudden advent of zero-weather Country. has resulted closing down of ,grad- A Canadian navy means a deliber- ing operations with the exception of ate, cuntinuous, increasing power on rock work. A thousand men came the sta -uaildblc to Britain at any j in week before last, and iiistant throughout, this future, con- and more are expected tliis week. The trusted with a mere gift of Dread-! men arc coming camps on the noughts, which at anv juncture would G.T.IJ. main line; C.N.R. main line, mean then asked for twelve and one-half, fo that tho final settlement "ivns really a niuUml settlement. The net- able feature about the settlement that it was carried on peacefully, le- sultiiig in a three and one-half (.iar 'iigroement, which meaiic that the coal mining industry in Southern Alberta and Eastern B. C. is Cully protected against the ravages of nn industrial war until Mr. Naismith Returns Line-up of Parties in the Province Assuming Shape Woodstock, a largely attended convention here on Satur- day, Mr. N. W. Rowcll, K.a, new leader, of the Liberal party in On- have coal-on the market. i fact that Saskatchewan has claim en- However, before signing up the con- tered for an extension of her bound- tract, the committee asked Aid. Ash- arles to Hudson's Bay. -The claim of China Seems to be split into two parts with tho Yang Tse Bg divfd- croft if, he could supply the city with this Vife'd in tjlf the says coal if ho could get it delivered. Ho 1908 at the -time of the conference slluatlon mav stated, however, that his trouble now COMPLEX IN CHINA Daily Telegraph Corres- pondent Sees Many Counter Currents PEKIN TERRIFIED Slay Be Many Years fore the Air Is Cleared London, Nov. 13.-The respondent of tho Dally -itimgnjk presents the dynasty Mni in ta improved position. the young Bannermen of the wings, Manchu, Mongol and has commenced on a formidable Kite under the supervision of Prince Tt, as mil as tae HeW ,oreM t the Southern hunting would giie a potential at Pekiu of men. park. reeerve anny -lied by Sir'Wilfrid Laurlerat which take the refe.-eiidum vote tomorrow, McKay's friends to resent his re-'up early nn'JTtlilit the operators wore prepared Urpnicnt, but harmony prevailed, and found on Saturday morning th: to throw open their mines Just as the new leader will have a unanimous was lively j to result fi soon as the men deckle to go back at his back. their places. Both parties irre very FOY CROWDED OUT OF SOUTH Edmonton Is Filling: anxious to eet baek to work'u'e piea' Toronto, NOV. j. .T v, i ont cold snap, having the effect at M p p for rorm_ With liy. Constniction Is in getting it mint-d in large enough the governments ot Saskatchewan quantities to supply tho demand. The -Manitoba and Ontario were represcnt- city offered to lend the city teams to ed at that conference. Premier Scott haul the coal to the city It Aid. Ash- on behalf of Saskatchewan urged the croft could supply i sufficient ounn- prior claims of this province to nor-' my. However, as this solution of tire lions of Athabasca and Keewatin, difficulty could "not be put Into force, which had been until 1805- under tef- the contract mentioned above was ritorial government at signed, ana the citizens are assured of a supply of coal to meet all immediate needs.within: a.very.short time. Tho coal situation city is still serious. On Saturday the' dealers were given iHlndreds'of orders which: they were unable to fill. John of the Works, cnme to the rescue In i way which earned ,he six ikod up early in the fall, and wlrcn ho that suf- Men very much .in t0j be .'onto with W. K. JIcNanghton, II. P. I1., tho other Conservative member, Edmonton, Nov. thousand hoiioi ihly, sensibly men, it is estimated by employment j mmr irliablc, more agencies, have come into the city llui SIKlitK their direction. Regarding the output when the ___ _..... mines first resume work, Mr. fa- vor. B. W. J. Owens K.C. will ue the running mate of Georgo M. Gooder- ham, JI. P. P. in South Toronto. BY A TORNADO Cut; Swath TOO Feet Wide Through Ceiiil re of City Ou-osso, Midi., Nov. per- IN A HARD SEAT Durham, Ont., Nov. Gray Liberals Saturday nominated "Win. Calder, of Bnrliam, to oppose Jameson, M. P. P. WEST KENT LIBERALS Chatham, Ont., Nov.1 Kent Li literals on Saturday chose Jas." Clayton, reeve of. Raleigh township, to OJJJJOSO.G.W. Sulnian, M. P. P. for the legislature. rom a ortage of fuel, he threw bis bins open, supplying the: public at the prevailing price. Some coal is expect- ed to arrive today fTom outside points but the dealers state that it Is all spoken, for, and that they have al- ready booked orders for their next consignment. HIT WITHWHISKY force. It will not ALL UP TO MR. SKUSTER IN PERSIA i MR. MclNTYRE ACCEPTS merely a spurt for a moment, and .Onnvvay, or 1'cacc River branch killed, more than a score injur-j St. Thomas, Nov. Me- lapse lor years, until some of the C.N.H. Folcy, Welch and cd anil a property loss estimated at' intyre, of Yarmouth, after taking a half a million dollars is the result'of. couplo of weeks to consider the nom- Cabinet Resigns in Ke- an spouse to Russia's j Ultimatum London, Nov. Teheran cor- iiew international fuss loomed up'; j Stewart have still two thousand men then another spurt of good employed at rock work between Fllz- intcntiwis only, for Dreadnoughts and the Tele Jamie'Cache. This to'build, and any partial- will he kept up right through i Man May Die As Result of Murder- ous Attack Claresholm, Nov. Bunt- ing was sent to Macleod hospital on Saturday suffering from a-compound fracture of the skull, the result of a murderous assault by a colored man. The injured man, along with another white man, and the neg-ro, were, driv- ing home from Staveiy; when a dis- pute having arisen about something, the negro'threw a bottle belonging to Bunting out of the rig, brew a bottle be- longing to tho colored man out'in'the same way. The negro thereupon Even the losa of Its araenali does not hamper the government became German firms at Pekln are offering to supply the entire army with armi, ammunition and equipment on long credit. It is evident thut a specie! of counter revolution has-commenced making, the upshot doubtful. A del- patch from Shanghai to the Dally Telegraph says that the rebels captured' Sator, a treaty point ID the province of Kwang Tung, 225 from Canton. Moved Out Safety Nanking, Nov. American and other consuls and foreigners un- der their protection will move out of the city immediately Commanders of foreign warships today notified their' consuls that they could not protect lives and properties ot those who re- mained inside the city, Yuan to See Regent Nov. cable "dopiitch from Tien Tsln announces that Yuan Shi Kai arrived in Peltin this moraine He will have an audience with the regent today to discuss the situation, It is said that Yuan will KCtopt the premiership. Wx Win Couldn't Tokio, Nov. Wao, the Chin- ese mlnleter to Japan, has left his official residence here for parta un-v known in order to avoid a meeting with three hundred Chlneee renldenu who are in educational here at government expense. Stud- ents have been left without funda ow- ing to failure of remittance from Be- head. At that stage .Went or the Tim. ssys that o Ihe whole Persian cabinet Md the re- Bunting drove home and walked into jand though they found he had dii- j appeared they took possession of legation and e been in possession there ever since. Wunf tak lar row is likely to he history htfore tlll! w'nl-or. Work Ou the section be- crushed to ilcath as they lay in bed. aid which Canada would suddenly de-! Iwecn Fjtzhiigh anil the Cache is 'r'lr- storm swept, a path more, than ho practically completed, hut when fin-! a-hundred feet wide through the ccn- jishcil, work will he commenced on a tra tllc oemoMshing twenty forty-mile section west of the cachu, aml damaging hundreds of which Foley, and Stewart have ntllcrs The three-story plant of the under construction. The contract for Furniture Co., was fazed and this section calls for commencement. and several stores the tornado which struck Ov.'osso car- Inatlon of the East Elgin Liberal; ly Sunday. Dead are H. Corwin, 30 convention, has announced that hi years old and his wife, who were will accept and enter the fight agalns cidn to offer to [irilnin traiismuleci into ships. Charles Andrew Brower, H. P. P. Th' nomination was offered to N. W. Row ell who declined. (Continued on page NOTED SPECIALIST DEAD Berlin, Nov. Bernuanl J-'raenkel, noted throat specialist, died here today. For many years ho has been prominent in the crusade asalnst tuberculosis and has been n leading figure in the.international anti-tuber- culosis coufrress. SIX STORY HOTEL DESTROYED BY FIRE Peoria, 111., N'ov, National a six storey itnietnre. was de- nrored by fire which Is said to have originated In ihe basement from crossed electric wirpa. When the blaze WIIB dlicovere'd It had made con- All of the guestit nncapsd without injury. lonen .MtiuuM .ml fUU.COO'. of oppralions at the oiwuing of new vcar. th, REFRIGERATOR CAR BY H.d Shipment of Eggs Wholesale Firm In Calgiry Brandon, Nov. nf rom London, Ont., consigned to Plun- kett and Savage, caught fire in the C. P, n. yards on Sunday night and tho fire brigade had to be called out Io oitlntiileh the blaze. Between the damage cauecd by fire and the eggs broken In the- hurried removal of the cases from tlio refrigerator car Iho IOSB will probably amount to 30 per cent, of vftlno of the ahln- nienl, and tho car .badly burned. The fire was started by heater In the refrigerator car In which the were wrecked, Several churches were so badly damaged that they could not lie occupied Sunday. The weather last night was .intensely cold anil there was much suffering among the homeless ones. SOL WHITE DEAD Cobalt, Out., Nov. Mayor 3ol White, cx-.M. died, last night after a two Illness. He will be bur- ied ut Windsor whore for ycnr.i he was a prominent citizen. Mr, White was a prominent Conser- vative and becntna famous as the tender of a movement In of unnexatlon to tho Unit- ed States, He waa mayor of Cobalt. O. C, AUSTIN Whe resigned frem Ihe School Trustee Ttday sent, Nasir El Mulk, have resigned. hls but soon after'became tere Wun, The premier Is Samsaih SulUwh. Tho negro for Stavl orra'rly was secretary of the This action follow., the present notion ly endeavored to his escape by Russia of an ultimatum a weak ago but Is now in the handn'of'thc Mount- doinanding an apology and reparation i wl Th-a news fro'ra Macleort IE for insults to the Russian consular of- j that Bunting is delirious and in a bad ficers and the confiscation of the pro-' way of Shim Bs Sultanch, falling WERE GOBBLED UP London, Nov. The Inue of sures. Tho coiil'iHcation was carried out by order of the nation council, and under the direction of tlffi Amerl- pounds Grand Trunk four per can treasurer general of Persia, Mr. cent, bonds at 92 has been" consider- Sinister. I ably oversubscribed. An Issue will at MR. KOENIG PROMOTED W. C. Koenig, accountant of Royal Bank In" this city, has been up- pointed manager of the bank's branch at Magrath and lor plm in p. few days; TRIPLE MURDER IN BROOKLVW New York, Nov. triple marr Mr. Sliustor's position, the corre- shortly be made of pounds laer wns committed today In Brooklyn. spondent says, Is at stake and the four anrt a hnlf per cent, bonds of women, mother and daufhttr, council on Saturday voted confidence, municipality of North Vancouver at child of one of them, wen I WILL BE DOINGS