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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta (Volume III. 14PAGES. Lelhbridge, Alta., Moiuloy, 14.1910. KedmondWill Take Advantage of His Opportunity idi Got King's Consent to Create Peers El- ections Probably Over Before MANIAC RUNS AMUCK Hoiseiown, X. B., Xov: Palnier, until recently an inmate of the asylum.. Sat- iirday night drove the agent out of the Canada Eastern. station here, smashed window lamps, semaphore and- eveiy- thing breakable, and. disap- peared. The maniac had forni- ed a hatred of the Canada, Eastern, and Intercolonial au- inorities. Condon, Nov. the moment Sir. Redmond's triumphant home com ing dominates, the. political stage. His Declaration tonight was that he was -to tho British parliament to .wring home rule: from the necessities of 'British .statesmen. This is seized upon-by the Conservative editorial writers to -rouse the electorate to a" point Ot .danger threatening the union should they return a ministry "tied to the heels of an Jri'sb, dictator. There fcave been no further developments in ffche'political-situation, hut it is re- garded .practically, certain 'that -elec- .tions will be held in December. .Asquith. Sees the King Condon, Noy., 13. -r An immediate geae'ral election is "in prospect in .Great1 Parliament will, he dissolved November-2 9; the latest re- ports have: so that" the elections over before Christmas.. When Premier Asquith 'returned fro_m his> '-visit Vto -King George at Sandringham bis agent from Fifeshire was awaiting him at Ms official residence on Downing street. This taken as ,a sure, sign that a general -election will fce held- very soon. The long confer- ence Of -'the "party, leaders having fail- ed on the i-ord's veto Premier {Asquith. called on the King Friday. The- Premier's. purpose whether the Liberals'if they are re- turned to power at ;the. coming, elec- tion, ,can rely royal preroga- tive-to make as many peers as are needed to create a -Liberal majority of Lords: It. is "assumed'.that-the- King gave .otherwise would resign, jand as'Mr. 'Balfour could not meet deadlock would en- sue. This would.- cause great financial loss to the because -the min- isters have-decided .to leave.the bud- get uncompleted until the new. parlia- ,ment assembles.. .budget is the lever which Asquith holds and the more powerfully and remorseless- ly he uses it tie. more his party will approve. Lord Waldegravc, .thf Unionist .whip in the House ..of Lords-, -decla-red' that the Lords cannot be rushed into con- sidering the government's veto reso- lutions, that, a. general, election must await their pleasure and. that Union- ist peers-have a counter plan to pro- pose discus- sion. But the ministers will not tolerate any dilatory tactics, and should the Lords attempt them the'crisis will be cut short by-the'parliament's dissolu- tion. FORTTJNE CAME TO DEAD MAN Strange Incident in Deatli I of Pincner Qreek v Citizen TSpoKari'e, .Nor. -r Creek, Noy. 13 -was -it large.attendance husiness-: men and 'citizens from all life.at itbe late G. N." Gouli ''services were at "the house 'churcHv and- Rev. R. H; Grant, of Femie: The last -named gentleman, >vho was1 an old friend -or deceased, spoke ,in eulogistic terms of- his un- selfish nature and. generous actions to many ot his friends. The remains ,were interred in the Episcopal ceme- tery. A somewhat remarkable incident in 'connection with Mr. Go.uld's death discovered by those taking charge ol his" papers and affairs wh-en they. opened a- letter deceased had received- w-hen.- first taken ill and Tor some rea- son' hard not made himself acquainted with its contents. Tho letter in ques- tion was from England and bore tes- timony that deceased was heir to con- siderable i REBELLION ENDED Montevideo, Uruguay, Nov. rebellion in this -country came to an SIN! today unconditional sur- render of the rebels. They gave up tneir arms and declared their willing- "ness to trust to the magnaminity' of Jhe government. AMERICANS ARE SORE ON C. P. R. Settlement of Claims Local Firm Gets a Warm Letter The matter ot getting claims settled fov -the C.P.R. has been a matter- oi some 'discussion ..beiore, but judginj; from -the experience of a local firm hardship in this particular has not yet been .-remedied. The follovring letter -was received from firm, by the dealers re- ferred 'to abore and was handed to the Herald. It explains itself: Detroit, Mich., Nov. 7, 1S10. -Gentlemen': In yours just received. In our last letter to you -we sent you .1 he original ball of" lading, notadup- 'licate. As you lonovr, it "is the policy pi the- railroad to -block your claim in every -way they can and this "cir- cular" letter is simply "one of their moves. The clerk' who scat out this letter is in the habit- of sending them out and did not observe that you had actuaHy sent them ,the original. If they come back and still maintain that Lave not sent the original, please let us and will en- deavor to get the Cartage Co. here, are very friendly -with us, to give another receipt.. It is really too bad that your coun- rrv should he in the of a rail- KINGAPPLt National Apple British EIGHT FOR CROSS Efforts Made to Get Ex- Attorney General in Cabinet Nov. All day, Satur- day the friends of lie old government, were holdntr conferences, with the p'ur7 pose -of" lining up "the members who stood rhy 'the ship during- the last ses- 'sion solitily for Cross' entrance to the "cabinet, but -they Jailed- to .per- suade all .and. it. is -a .question -whether more than, eight members "woul'd make such a demand on -the premier. On the other hand there 'is not the slight- est ..likelihood, of.; Siiton paying at- tention to their request. GRAVES.. DECORATED, Livingston, .South Mrica. Nov. Hon..-Kodolphe Lemieux laid wreaths nere.today on .the graves 6C Canadians "should wno .fell m1 the battle of Paardebur; ten yfeap-s VAjVCOTJVER in plan, broad in purpose and" educa- tional in result was. "opened .at ten this, morning: iractfcaUy every commercial; district in Mon- tana and the -province of .British.- Co'1'j' lumbia is represented in-the numer- ous competitions for .prizes 'and prem- iums of and in." addition "there are displays from stares.' Xhe telegrapnic message from. Pre- sident Tal't, extending greetings growers represented and the manage- ment of the shov.% was the signal to "open the and immediately alter its arrival, which was heralded. :by the blowing; of factory and locomo- tive whistles and ttie ringing of hells in all-parts of the city, the first "Live Wire" convention in the Northwest wag called to order. More than 125 organizations were repre- sented 'by one or more delegates. E. Cartier Van Dissel presided, Tne delegates were the first to view tne displays, composed, of 30 cars of apples, including 19r straight cars, en- tered in -competition, in their classes and eligible in tne sweepstake contest for the- cnief prize .of and the world's championship.. "There are 35 district displays, representing Wash- ington, Oregon. Montana, Cal- ifornia and British. Columbiaj. more tnan 300 entries in. -the box contests and afoout 30GO entries oa.plates. It is estimated-therS- are- apples on exhibition. Crown the Apple Queen The feature of tonights programme will be the coronation of Idell'..I., pri- vately Miss Idell Ide of. Colvllle, who entered her dominion last Friday even- ing. Governor 3f. E.: Hay.-will be her prirne minister, tiie'-coiincillor being Frank Pierce Tebbetts of. Spokane. The coronation ceremony.; will be out on the lines custom of Louis XIV. the dancing of a court minuet by .eight little boys and girls, the spectators will join in. swearing alleg- iance to King Apple. Following this GOT THE MONEY Y.M.C.A. -Campaign Was Queen Idell and her suite, escorted by guards in armor, heralds and pages, make a tour of the show, grounds and expect every exhibit. EGAN LANDED ON A COUPLE OF SUSPECTS Detective Sergeant.Egan of r.he city police yesterday arrested James loaey and Charles J. Dougherty on descriptions furnished a week ago trom'Calgary, where they arc wanted on suspicion of being connected with .burglary of a dry goods store on tne I'ifr.h insr. They were booked on ttie charge of stealing rides upon the U P. [i. They were found guilty of Great at E. Thomasson, the general s'cc- retary'of the T.M.C.A. received a tete gram "from Vancouver saying that at the 'close of the Y.M.C.A. campaign .there- on Saturday night the... total raised was which is over the sum. sought in the five days' campaign. Vancouver broke all Y.M.. C.A. campaign records. Winnipeg started a campaign- this morning lo raise "this week. They started off with a big banquet on Saturdar nisht. TAFT VISITS CANAL Colon, isthmus or.Panama, .Vov. 14. Taft and party arrived here today. The president is ou ;a tour of inspection of the work on the Panama Canal. ALDERMAN KING HAS IRE AROUSED ill Cost Only One-Six- teentli of-Present Price GREAT EGONOMIZERJ "5- rl- WJRELES3 TRIANGULAR CIRCUIT 4. Homer- Wireless messages" fcave- ke.en success- luJly exchanged over a- triang- uiar; circuit "by the Marconi Stations at Coltani near Pisa, Clifcon ia .England, and at .Bay ..in, Cape Breton, Canada., hare: been in taneous. .communication with -each-other.--- v v T Alderman King; Told Thern "of Simny. Southern Al- Many Me %nd- Farm Laborers us niectrician Pre- dicts Wonderful Deyefoprrieht London, Nov: Farranto. m .famrtitc. j DirciJT'ij inc KESluM nlo j private business-.aM I gratioti work -oi i Commissioner" J--_ I Obed Smith'; -of-' "M r. K i ag -say s. -i-Jiar ,'hl- uo.es'ii t- kiro w what Le-tlibriclge-' tlsiiigvfor. says he has seen: vo be giving' com-ct- Canada which -fairlv dis-eusl- it would .riceivc pjominence.i'-'..'..." Addressed Kifig Buckingliamsi.ijtei Oxfordshire Vitd'-part -pf-'Bedfordsh'i" agriciiltufal -laborers tcrestsd ciaa; be- cine. Hal.., -From th oaicps; the C.: the fore the institute hcers' liere, develop j ments in -the- He declared the weather would "be controlled electricity so tliat eveii sun' shine: or rain .will fall' as necessary. Circling the coasts by one electrical defense will force the clouds "to'-'fiesccn'd- to the- sea in -the form of-, vapor instead oLtlrut- or shipping agencies. -London and -jReport- From Magrath- Fred Turner is ilie for in- formation .the_ "in see a large number of to iicularly got -into keenest on- coming- farmers are iiig over the country the" suhlighi.- Avhan-jtlSe-sun -is England ccc-ded in ant -as: ,tb ]wjiejc-'be. what' Leth'Dridge est "in among those, .wlio_.had never .ing" til: .-h'e "pur.it'-up .to place, before. ,-Nov. is a well of the Woolf has practically Vround his interests Farranti .liredicteU'that htfdrd manv Has'-purchased large rancli j rorirc! be produced at hi; will .settle, after i _ jjjC public- vice... .The ruttor, '.naturally, has one-sixteenth of.' -''tub-' present- qi prottuction and'thiisi'-ft.would be sup- ._-. plied for eveiT; purpose or energy and j political-'parties are beginning to ligh'ting -gencraling on scientific j Uvo. poiiticaf'parties are "qcgirinihg to linos.. Tho.by-'j look round- The name products eleqrj-0f p. j-t. -Turner, has been mentioned tricity will oi-fert likely; niaaHb" rc'rescnt the gov- tilizex sufficient for.every acre of agijcrumcnt that ger.tlc- 'i ricul tural land in -the. .country. coal to -burn conver ted jint'o sail all- ail.- over t-ry-1 jThcn we i tons of arid by 'intensive f cultivation vbe" able-'to-'grow in the i present acreage all the food we need j at present." IMIGRANIS '1U TURNED BACK c AT WINDSOR Remarkable Scenes Xo "he'said: in. answer..to a" oues- as lie ha'd-always.; was ._ AIT rllf VTCI? TA' VlllllCuL -111 v Greatest Hair-Cut ii tlie Pelun, Nov.. i2.gre'.was naft'on. liii' official; circies -when. far.. TAirncr has strong .and the Liberal party "nominate him should met br "be.- in- 1 tliere .be 'a.- in the not ;far ly better sale at a electricity; :W-e j 'distant- -future. by the for TljeJii in the American Cities ineiiy of Letlibridge and -Taber "Edmonton, Alia... Nov. M. David Jones in charge ot Holy Trin- ity Church. Strathcona, and formerly rector of-Taher. and prior to that as- sociated with Si. Mary's Mission, Lethbridge, died at Strathcona yes- terday morning. He had not been in health for some years, but per- sisted- in carrying on "his work until a couple of days ago. He -was a na- tive of Wales and'had been in Cal- gary "diocese'iivc years. LABORER, is KILLED Port.Artnur. Nov. J. Rutledge. Ont.. Nov. theja laborer, "was killed near Schreiber last three "or four weeks not less than tnree Hundred men have been turned back by the Canadian immigration offi- Delay iii Buildin Thinks He and Bow- man Aid. King, arrived home from the old country yesterday morning, says he is ready to jump right into r.he municipal campaign and feels' fainy conncient of getting re-elected to the council. He thinks Aid. Bowman will also get out bas, doubts Aid. Ha-cca's ability to back into ttie wagon again. The HeraU found Aid. King yesiev day afternoon warm under the tomorrow. cial at tnis "porr, an almost unprece- dented showing. Many of these "un- desirables'' came from ths central west and some from as far as San i-Tancisco and Los Aagsies. All had tie same story to tell, "two men for and although many were skilled tradesmen, they cad been unable to procure enjploy- nient in the largei western cities of} Uie United States and had turned for! Canada as their Eldorado. Some of'MecllCilie are foreigners, some American born oinsens. while srill ota'-iers are Englishmen returning- to tneir homes, aftsr having found it im-j poasiWe tc obtain employment. Tho officials found tnat in a majority of this morning by a cave-in of the bank of a pit. Crown Attorney Lbngworthy and .Coroner Brown go "to investigate ;ent, must obey it'is jimineriiately." Tnis edict-is uelievecl ;to be only f.' iorerunner of another" commanding all uninese to 1'oiib'w suit, entailing such a -vvnolesale hair cut as the world has never before witnessed.- Tiae origin ot- the queque-is'iiot de finitely Icnown, burit'is.suDpqsed tiat it Vv-as forced on the Soutlierners. or cmnese, -by the cnus, as a mai'k of couyuesL The (JCihese had iiinneito'-wom their hair twisted at ihe top 'of their head, -so niie called them "hair twist- wnile the Chinese- their conquerors- "queque Final-1 fy tne wearing of'therqneciue "swept all over the Empire, and became .one of the'characteristics of rhe -'-Ev- ery man in the country, except, a few PINGHERMAY CHANGE NAME CAUGHT .BY Nov. .ant] of 'l 4.10- this morning caught a' man .-nam- ed >Isdlyn prowling in their sliedi'The." young women -hurriedly dressed; Mm with a rolling pin and -their jylth, a broom stick. The "blow from .the, rolling pin. .put liedlyn out- ofjninipi: to resist, and the two" sisters escqrtei mm through the streets; to 'the erville jail. nave ibeen educated to a ciueque. The passing of the.ciueque will thro.w the street barber put of work, as heads win not require such-constant alten- non. CAPTURED Toronto, Nov: ilbrecrl, wanted.in Regina'oiv'a gery, is in tue "cells here, en route, to- tne west in charge of Mie R. N. W. Jl I3-, who ,u> St. after him. _, RECKLESS WITH "FIREARMS: BOUND OVER TO KEEP PE; ,CE MRS PR ifiuO. vil Hat Puts the Idea Into Their Heads i.- Nov. Tbe usel of firearms Jeii to Fred" Tomacha'c be-! ins brought before the police court, j Pmcher Creek, Xov. ]lis pp cases those seeking work Mn liiisitaUon to' change the name of Medi-' couh'.rj- were not possessed with the i cine Hat. as imported in the dailv cnargexl bemg dangerous at -large, i j .V long string of_ "evidence j r a.zarast rhc accused, a7id it came out j tnat ne had actually shot his .own dou that some oiie was breaking j ix Excited over of Strange Woman like Sliaore" has Xov. Gwat txcitciucn been caused l-.crc by ui? repct a woman xvho arrived in jse inrend-i is Belli- Klmors to do him an injury. Pomacaac'was W suPPost'd -dcat.h mecneauy examined nnd cerU.ied required amount of cash, while others press of ihe province, has given rissUane of a railed tions. to pass the necessary examiua-j nere 10 considerable talk alone- same zens. lines among a-lev.- of ihe ciu-iin binding hiin over for twelve months From iha siandrom; of map- in tllo Slin, of two hundred dollars and i peeled woman alicfnu-d from ihe tram The justices had no hesitation; on shV v.-as arrayed in n worstrrl ssa't nd shoes, and wore a veil. iTKAIX road who are so absolutely unfair in i tnat charge this morning and fined their treatment; oi claims. We have a j and costs each or fifteen days im- lot oi experience with this road and jpnsbnment, T-Iavlinr no monev thev we. Ima them the meanest oi all roads v TO do business with. Hoping that are serving out the term. .Meanwhile you may.have no more your claim. the unnecessary delay in putting! se-ver mains clown Seventh scuili. He took the I-feraid to tiie rear of his r.rc snowed where tlie_cess pool on ths! joining property has been overflow j ing and running right, ilirousn his yard gate. iiiar a of an lie exclnimed. is s v.-cn- dev I didn't find Mrs. and ihc- iive cnildren all clown wirii ivpho'.ri rever, pr some disease. The seu-er suoukl fcav- been put. rnomiis'ago. I made kick nfier IcJck aaotu it at tbn time Supt. Fleetwoo-I's gangs xvere running water and sewer- main, oiit on MacdutT street wliere for flair a mile there is not n single house and no families to get typhoid fever. 3Ian Goes to Stony Mountain .lor Four Years Winnipeg. Xov. Loland, tlifi young man employed by the C.P.-R., and who passenger train near hero on SopT; 10th, kiliins Fireman Sampson IVitierson. was sen- tonccd to four years in Stony Moun- tain by Chief -fustice Tlowell at the this morning. Me had htrn I mains Pincliei' Creek. It is contended! by somv ihsi (he losing ot' a pair ofj piucners. vvliich is responsialc for ihc! name, if at variance w'Ui aci.-' ual pinchers having been lost j ne.vcer Brocket, than -tliip olace. HAD BAD TEETH Toronto. Xov. comr.iiiiee oi aentists m.-'iiecriny local sL'liool chil- aren, find in Hie- SCD.OOI, largely occiioicd by ers. that IU" ner cf.'ii. hail bad leeth. oj ino irjirr. tluii -hftji by 3 irirrni 'iu- Tho Imrsi-s SrouJihl by a well return 1 cay. had council aro consider- ing TMe advisability of pui.tmg down a twelve-inch hole to the water Ittvel, and-then continue boring for gas in- specters. s ihtyMl i ovtr. ujukr old i1- London. One I'nou side assure four-inch casing, water, and gu.; This .would also if it is ius tlu: rcKjarl: ihc woman id! .'i :t in on.- of sions tin's moniinc ht-7- friend wiioir. siic is bUVr-'-'1" she was oajri'riy scanniris of rcadinjr un iirticic Crits- in a opened weHc. quite a nunahc? of; Thc.sc witi1. t-he 150 men who still remained oiitifrai a similar nctun? Udin have been taken back t.o work. nncJ was then riot- is