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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald A: Volume IV. Lodibridge, Alberta, November II. Number 282 CABLE RATES LIKELY BE REDUCED British Government Wili Soon Make Aniioiice- ALL REDGABLF _ Companies Probably Are Yielding tV> TJireal by London, Nov. to n. quopilon In the Mouse of Commons TOtr-rday, Cant. Nonon, assistant postmastur general, said he hoped j shortly to be in n position to inake a regarding LUC -reduction of cable rates between tliu United King- dom and Canada, a mutter which has been l.he attention of His Majesty's government ICY some time SIR CHARLES SPEAKS ON CANADA SAM GOMPERS GERMAN PLAN REVIEW OF FIELD TO BUILD (Jives His Views on Cause! What Organized Labor of Canada's Growth lias Achieved in Past Year GENERAL' CANEVA CorriiTnndcr CM f of ttily A my at Tripoli Tin; question of 'iowcr cable rates throughout the .criiplra engaged tlie Attention of -the Imperial Press Con- fereucn. held at .London some timy iuid also of the linperlal Confer or'last.summer. On the" totter occasion the postmaster general made a statement.-to the offecr. that his govt'.'iinient would-enter into negotiu- tions with the cable companies and it was tliut If COIK ssuiut could not 'be obtained from Hie corn panics controlling1 out-Atinn-tic cabh an imperial cable, to be and owned by the homo and overseas govornmont, might considered. It was-suggested tha'-i Canada might con- tribute an overland connection For the. .At'iantlc and Pacific Canadian rid of au imperial cable. NOT AIMING AT FEUDAL SYSTEM London, Nov. Charles Tup- r Bart, spcakiiiir luncheon in iiis honor, ascribed tins present prowl position of Canada lo complete eon- it, tam lion Jjy Hie inclusion of British j C'ohiir.hia, io the construction of ihe C luadian Pacific railway and the Ltloption of a protective policy all three of which had been curried in Samuel Qompers, of tire American Ihe teeth of bitterest Liberal opposi- Federation of Labor, in his report sub- lion. WIDE PLATFORM rout gtriijj-srk-foi' Laws the Toiler Atlanta, On., YOUNGBANK CLERK COMMITS SUICIDE Would Exploit Niciiraguu to Compete with Panama New York, Nov. cable from London says, "Tlie Globe is 'authority for the statement that the German capitalists hacked by the German Government, and with the personal good-will and sympathy of the Kais- ir arc aiming to build an ocean wa- terway as a rival in the Panama can- al. .The i'oute favored is presumably one via Ihe San -Juan river and Lake Nicaragua in the Republic of Nicar- agua. IS WAVING AT AMOY One Despatch Says All Is Very Peace- ful N. W. Leader of Ontario id In North GUESSING AS TO FLEET'S LOCATION Sutherland Ha'ys His Idea Is to Bring- Qut Settlers milted yesterday to the delegates of the '31st annual convention, predicted Sreaf changes in American methods of government, particularly with re- gard to political parties. He gave to the referendum, initiative and the re- call the unqualified endorsement of organized -labor and declared that Make democracy had USUill Dcal'lll of InfOI'llia- J patently Had Doill0' of Provisions.. R "Tliis semi-deification of he a sflirl .in- .'defense of his endorsement. some of which-wa raft's -message' vetoing the statehood bill.-is msre drivel." Proeident Coroners' report, covers GO c'osely. printed pi .President Arizona which ;ss mid ARE SAFE Winnipeg, Nov. HT. Ale- Kay, moderator of the General Assem- bly of the-Presbyterian church in Can- Is in WinnipsK, said that '''cit.yiiCanadian' Presbyteriau iiiisainii- arlfisi China, ;ire. safe, far the trouble ;has been betwecm Hankow and Pekin. Halifax, .V. S., Nov. bullet wound in his right tumple, BancUmonioiis cant about ;mob I London, Nov. M. Tlie Uiiki; of from v.'iiich the blood flowed frcelr hwl aniin unpln-iivcs Hit. dot 0 loonies iLilijti I uptr m MIL lint lie Ins hud in biai c i 01 the Hani 01 Monte 1 it j Canada, not for liic Of form-: I.miL-nbiirg, found dead at (im, i 'it t i stilt 101 IK u> iiiMous clue' hsl tun MR In Hit tollii to.liuve setilcrs and jiot" tenants. His box. A rcvolvec-Iay just out of insistucc on llns JK> nt is puhao null 01 In rHil haul MIL de id loilhcomiiV ItcuiSL i propunuil li i i II tot tin sent iccountint u i npsinlrs when Hie hoi uis fired Hearing; ihe re- port he ran beloiv ;iml found Toonies dead. It scums certain To'osnes com- itioii About Tripolitaii War Home, Nov. torpedo fleet under tho command of the Duke of PEOPLE PQUR INTO LAND Canada's Open. 'poor A mits Thousands from All Over World Ottawa, .Ont, Nov. That the Abruzzj, is coaling at Tranto For the! immigration to inter-Canada foe-this purpose of a in the Aegean SeaJ-vcar wil1 the records and will Tt is'impossible to get official or an fncrbtfe of at least and that immigration will also be the largest p U leaves many sub-, the fleet, but it is reported On record, reaching as com- would mako more, than 30 columns jn concerning the movement oil untouched or imuletmate'ly prej that if. is already iii.tiip Aegean Sea. pare'l with last year, -were brnl linn id the UK dull s iction n oopud olh in leid to Ihi, i st iMishmuit of i inidnn lend siifi.ni lii the main the report declares for cannot be confirmed and it is the statements made today! by W; IX .not known-whetiler it is intended to Scolt, snperintendeniif. of .-.-Canadian says the following are organized ing into small farms Hi (lulp has lirftc h tidings urir nuttld suicidt He lift in unhn slied liionis Mbuli lit, is ilnul which re id 1 line tried to make good, and failed. I do not Iny hhlinc for niv misdeed on. '.L s slid Hi it tht mnoiUlnilc boj who ahonl I1) old wa not good health and hail lato- iabbr. demands: The he recall the initiatire and Paasage-of the so-called nnti-injunc- homliard the coast towns to occupy Turkish territory, or lo do both, or neither. There is a feeling of general concern there over the report that DRUNKEN JUROR HELBJJPjNQUEST tliipardonaMe Conduct of Man on Medicine Hat Medicine Hat, Nov. Through a Jirrof appearing drniik whils-t on the jury that sat to enquire into the death of the two railwayman, Begin of ileil- lelne Hat and Bishop of Calgary, who were klUed at Itedcliffe, -the inquest was adjourned until -coiiigm.. Boyd severe'iy Reprimanded the juryman for his behavior and -re- gretted 'thatVa juryman should seen fit to appear in that, condition MCll bad so little regard for the res- nraisibilHy that his duties -entailed. "It should be considered. an salci the coroner, "for a man to bo asked to act on the jury. It is unfor- tunate that this has hapjien'ad but there is nothing we can '.do but ad- journ the caae." The juryman was taken to the police fells and was bound over by the cor- oner in 150 to .appear at thy resumed elttlng tonight. .Engineer Con-a, who in cba-rge of the train that is believed to1 liave been the cause of the accident, has not yjt: been locat- SCHOONER BREAKING ON THE.ROCKS "iarmonth N b ll--Ibe three miafd schooner Heluncc Cant Lcemor, which left Philadelphia about ten diji igo ion ulli i narso ot 4011 tons of'coal for' B. Hnkei nm Co is basting initlie biiboi jcstcidu with i Jilo blowing inii a drifted on the ledge norlli.cif and Chickens buoy at tlio entrance to harbor. Tbe crew'wore taken off and landed by th'a Sandypoint life oav- Ing crew. The awash and if the gale keeps will be Irrolten up.: it hew Kchoonur, own-ad by G. A.- Cox of Sbel- bnrne. lion' bills at tub "next session of con-) the Turks at1 Tripoli-have been rein- forced with arms and ammunition by the way ortlie frontiers or Tunis and -Immigration, and J.. Sup- erintendent of Canadian the States, and located who wusin.the'city today. "The ANOTHER STORY Oily, in Ace Hovering Near Anioy, China, Nov Repub- lican tri color waves 01 er the ctty to- day. There Is no disorder, tbopn run open and [here is gunCTal feeling of roller. Early this afternoon crowds began to assemble for conference with revolutionary, leaders. At 3.30 gunboat Qiivnkal flying the draton flag, east off lines and steamed out of the harbor. Then about 1000. re- volutionists formed in line and march- ed to the walled city, where raised the lepubllcau emblem drer the Tao Talat palace at 2.65. Sluml- taneously a few tricolors ware 4li- ulayed in other quarters of the ctty. Many Japanese and white flaiv appeared. Here's Another Story The radical element has gained here The city is in great confusion. There was a. panic among the populace to- day over-tile report that the Jfanchun from Foo Chow had. poisoned the city's water supply. The report, how- ver, appears to he without foundation. 1'bo American warships Monteray and Quires, and. the British destroyers Januas and Virago arrived .his morning. Ready to Transport Troops Manila, Nov. statement was1 made at military headquartei g today Billing of the transport Sherman gres Rettriction ot immisration. Fnith r le tiiction of convict, labor. I ion to civil service employees from the executive orders Iv fiom ID omul l mil it is belimcd p.ohiuiting tham to r titlon congress, lhal lie look In hie in i fit at in Uniform' vimt) ronmes ijtloni; lo Unrlottc and health town.-. .Me sans two solos in file An- i IICTII church Sumh} for protection of life in factory buildings. A (l-epartment of labor in the federal government. Employer's liability'and workmen's compensation acts throughout the MILK RIVER SODA States.. Washington, .Nov. 1'aport of is made of so- ecological survey states that 'the' scientific management or eillc- Jlilk River at Havre. Mont, discharg- lency -systems, es annually tons of soda.. i (Continued on pago 5.) migration .from Great for the States had teen postponed. Mr. Scott, "is very heavy Afor this iNo offlcial statement wan offered but last year it 000.' is bq ivas some TWO FATALITIES THREE INJURED Gasoline Tank Explosion BELLEVILLE HAD AN EXCITING BLAZE Belleville, Ont., Nov. last night destroyed the brick building belonging to the Kelly and Tate Co., n.oxt door, to the office of the Hollo-' villa Intelligencer. The tenants who suffered practically total loas are Jhever dry goods, Smith's billiard I had so many inquiries and the-pres- room and tho'Reno restaurant The .cut'indication is that the' American ininiigration will pass" all records. Last season it reached and the present outlook.is that it will bo (M lime Of year. The crowdad jofflceis oxprsssed- tho belief that the with women and children, who" are being hBld.for use in carry-, ins brought over by men -wlid'-terne1" trooPs''to A large detach- over in the :alreadv ,ment ot In made good. The present. outlook 24 hour6 notlca' that the total immigration will "We have no signs at all of a drop- ping off in said Mr. White. "On the other hand, we never PAPER MADE FROM NATO WOOD total loss is estimated at in- uraiice FAVOR OF PFAfF TFR 1 ri I VI 1 IJfivL 1 till Almost Unanimous Lethbridge Miners Accept the Gordon Award as Decided on at Last Conference-Only Twenty- Eight Opposed Hope to Start Work Thursday Only 28 votes 'were .registered Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov.j sc- the opening of tho mines hero, vcrc cold simp was indirectly in the vote taken yesterday afternoon Not a Surprlie jthe last vole taken during the month The vote'In the Lethbridge local is of August tor the purpose of finding no surprise. While the exact num- the opinion of the rniners regarding; her of voters is not known, there are resuming work on the basis of the H6.000 this year.." by Tests Made in Wis- consin Wausau, Wis., Nov. proa- cm whether a commeEGuU grade of paper can he made (torn utive woods, other than spruce, for the to- [lution of which the United government has established a toi-y here, has been 'partly solved, ic- Ullt Stillf Will cording to an announcement made' by Be Given Sultstantial ij- p- who-is the laboratory. The answer is in the affirmative. RAISE IN SALARIES FOR THE TEACHERS Increase Medicine Hat, Nov. Sclnol Experiment have been going on for cause of an explosion here tc-ilay .in and this forenoon by the members.of Ic10-se to ftm. hundred members of the .Gordon award, the poll here stood 197 Lethbridge local No. 57-1, U. M. W. of jiiuion fchtilled to vote. These have asainst and 17 for. This clearly shows ed and It Is expected that the jury will find their verdict tonight with- ul his evidence. PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION Nov. inaugural congress of the Canadian Public Health Association will take place in Montreal Dec. Kith. H. II. H. the Duke of Connanght, who Is royal patron of the association, officiatiny at the CHINESE MOBBED A PREACHER which two men uerc iataily huriied anil three others seriously iniuieil. John Kni'sc and George Ooodirieml, aIItnenUo glvl3n both of Newport, Ky., probably..will onc ivho ls in c1osf. die, and Albert Louis-Adams doings in the mlnorr.1 rollco and llichncl While' were seriously camp, and indicates the almost unnn- burned. The men at.lemlHcd lo thaiv iinons decision of ihe men here to been flocking back to the city during the reversal of opinion among the Ibe p.ist weeks; in readiness to miners, 'as at that time the basis of go bacK to their work at a moment's 'agreement was practically the same ai It is safe to -say" then that thai: uned vote het-a was large, leathers will ba jiven an increase, in more than a year. Tests of pulp salary, on u basis the sam sularies paid in Calgary. This was decided at the m as the ufactureri at the laboratory have just been concluded, and are reported high- ,y Tho test, gllt- ;welo'Dot as' the last, S has i that it ia out a pipe leading to gasoline Itink return to work at the earliest oppor- in the tuhes and hoilcc works mid the tnnlly. oi! cxjiloded. The enduing lire (.'niLscil So far as Lefhbridge is concerned lo.ss of continued coal strike is a thing of -the past. The miners have shown by their vote that they wish lo return lo work. Tim operalors have the 350 votes being registered. In -that; Frank, the miners are now be- case the total percentage of the mln-jing asked to ratify. o reach the long term be opened here.' Manual' last wwek at I training and a technical school will Possibll! to nuke, ground wood from .uis in favor of going back lo work J under lh'5 new agreement is about 'ollow. BIG CRIMINAL .DOCKET AT. THE HAT Medicine Hat, Nov. There are 'J''et> wailliiR since Sunday night for eleven criminal cases and oira civil "'c word from -the miners to to be heard today bsforo Judge fleck' "'o mines, and the citizens of Lcth- hemlock and jack pine, and from mix- tures, ot these woods, with spruce, Tired of It All QUESTIONS FOR THE bo of a quality high' are many reasons for this COMPANIES TO ANSWER enough for tho manufacture of a cheap ninety, less limn ten per cent. votliiB .change of fooling. The miners have Ottawa, transhipment glade, of paper, such as news and. In ppiiosltlon to the proposition. At: been out of work for nearly eight! of full cars handled over more than wrapping piners, He think" it months, all the time living on shorl rations, and drawing' oil their small hoardings of money. With cold wea- ther coming on bringing with it tho necessity of more, of the necessaries will GREAT FALLS TO BE IMPORTANT POINT tlio Supreme Court. These (.onsist hridge may vest accnrc- in tho kudu-- of oases o[ attempt to tlcryinid. all t.ilk of a siiortayo taininj} money under Clllsa their midst will soon he past lilH- to have nnlawlij] earnal lory. j Great Kails, Nrov. lo-.vlcdge and frnurtiitentiy ,'coneeal-' While the vote in the Dlr.nioml City j lo building tlie most g liorscs. and Koya', View colliiM-ies could not' hutivii-n St. Paul and made authorixing-Lho nso of the same or life, with added fuel and light over different roads, and whon ilH! mine-'s f'oit tho best (hing i transhipment oeears the charge j they could do watt to volo lo return j should not met by the company work. In fact, while they claim I rather than the shipper. H.-With C01M ont fcT ndcfinits saw that they [AFTERMATH OF THE rds WILL HELP STATE Spokanci ihe would liavo on. tlreir hands the We. DESTRUCTIVE STORM j'hc learned hefc-re going -io pross. in- j XorUicrn rairroad has started j gcst Industrlnl war in. the history of I Detroit, Mich., Nov. I Ifornintlon from ttese two camps Is lo iic5oliaiioii5 for next spring in -ho contlnelil, and their refusal to ar-e unconflrmod rumors