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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Volume IV. Letlibridge, Alberta, Thni'Mliiy, November Number 284 iPEECH FROM THE THRONE TODAY -i. R. H. Duke of Con- naught Opens Twelfth Parliament SESSIONAL PROGRAM doesn't Look as if Ses- sion Would Last Very Long Ottawa, Nov. the greatest rray of fashion arid; military'display in ;lio history of Canada, the Duke cif jpoiir.iiught. opened his first parlia- ment today. When the Commons met (it throe o'clouk there was little delay in thy summons to the. Senate clmrn- where His Koyal Highness read address from the Throne as faJ- [otvs: Hon. Gentlemen of the Senate. jem-eii of the Hou's-e of Commons-1 is with .much satisfaction that 1 meet for the first time ilic parliament bf Canada and avail- myself of your lad vice and assistance in tlva iiilfU'i- iuent of the important charge which been entrusted to me by I-l'is Jla- the King. J cad assure you that esteem it a privilege to be called up- bn to administer :the affairs o'f this and growing ;ind to acquaint myself with you and .he parliamentary duties which you -e a'bout to approach. It affords me great pleasure to con- Isratulate' you upon thte continued and Increasing prosperity of the country, trade, both with British antf with 'oreigii countries, is rapidly expand- ing, and there IB every prosjrect that olume present year will be largely, in .excess of thut attained at time in the past. Although there as" been some damage to the crpps.iii pertain the -harvest 'has on [the .whole been: abundant, and it is [Relieved that the returns to be bus- anded will .exceed those secuivd -in previous.year. NOTED PRELATE DEAD Philadelphia, Nov. IJisli- op Alexander MayKay Smith, of tlio I'rotestiiiit Episcopal diocese of Peiiusylvanln, and one of ihu most uromiuent churclimeii in tlie country, died suddenly at thy lOpIscopal liere early today. His death was due to licart dls- cuso. Ho was yeurti old. WOULD PROBE THE U.S. MONEY TRUST NETEMEREIS CAUSING A PROTEST Meeting in London Inaug- urates Anti-Decree Campaign CANADA PERTURBED MINNESOTA CONGRESSMAN WILL ASK FOR COMMITTEE OF INVESTIGATION Washing-ton, Nov. exist- ence of a. "money trust" is to be'in- fIuired into by democratic leaders (ft the house of representatives. j One of the first matters to be taltcn .up the resolution oC Congress-} jniiui Lindl'srg, of MinneBotii, provid- j I ing tttit the speaker, appoint :i com- j niittee of investigation composed of j nin-3 members. The purpose of the I resolution does not conlcinplat'a op- posing the work of the monetary mission but is Imsed on the promise Ithat the present system of money aml.cradit appears to "entail on the enormous losses, due principally to speculation, gambling and manipulation which are n'ot nec- essary incident to a natural com- merce." result of taken dur- jV the present year will he laid be- [fore so. far as they have been .abulated. While the Increase in pop- ulation has not'.fully realized all the .nguine. expectations that had been yet it has been substantial .nd encouraging'- Mr. Surplus You wi'H be pleased to know that 'lie revenue of the current fiscal year ias up to tine present largely exceed- those, of-any similar period iii the last, with every prospect that this .increase will he maintained. The advantages thai would result ''rom a wider exchang'a of products the. various countries of the :mpire are undoubtedly in view of he1 wonderful variety and "extent of productions, and negotiations iave beoir'opened for" improved trade rnuiBemonts with1 the British Waal miles and HttMah' Guinea which ihould prove advantageous to" those ;oI6nfes as well as to this-Dominion. For- Better Roads The importance of ..providing our country with belter highways is man- test. A bill will be introduced foV ho purpose of enabling the Dominion :o ro-on-erate with- the provinces in accomplishment of -this desirable If is essential to recognizo thai'in B country: possessing so great ftn area of-fertil'a land as that with (Continued', on .page MR. McCART RETIRES Cornwall, Nov. horn, mayor of Cornwall, was today i nominated by Stimnont Liberals in place of .1- McCart, the late mem- ber, who refused re-nomination, A GRUESOME TRAGEDYAT DUNWE Greek Struck by and Then Eaten by Coyotte Medicine Hat, Nov. hprrlbte tragedy al. DunnioTc was discovered this morning with the -finding of a Greek named Josyf Hliidys killed on the the yard limits with his face almost lalren away, by coy- otes. Deceased was evidently a tramp and was wandering over the track last night .when a train struck' him, 'almost severing his leg. He was found, in the snow with nearly, all1 Ills face eaten away by the coyotes. His eye and ear were completely torn off and his face was terribly mutilated. He was a man of about 35 'and sOfnw let- ters were found1 In his -possession written in Greek, it is not expected any inquest will be held. Speaker Said Gladstone and Salisbury Would Not Tolerate it London, Nov. Ilig IlKeting was held hero last night condemning the promulgation of the No Teroerc decree. Lord Kinnairil, fourth com- missioner to the Church o! Scotland from 1907 to 190S, said such a de- cree from an alien power, which claimed universal .right over many matters, must he resisted. J. H. M. Campbell, K. C., M. T former attorney-general, said that not only was the decree felt, nut -it was hecoming a -grave scandal._ In Canada where matters had became aciitu, Protestant Canadians have1 de- termined to stamp it out. There is a deliberate conspiracy to put this insolent and arrogant decree ail ovqr (lie world. Did anyone imagine that Gladstone or Salisbury would have stood for the decree five minutes. The Archbishop of Canterbury wrote to the chairman of the ing, saying, "Any branch, of the church of Christ must clearly have power to define conditions of its roemiicwihip, but in my opinion it is much to he regretted that tlu, promulgation of the Kc Temere de- cree, and even more hy the Hngnage which- it appears has been sometimes used to secure obedience to it, the Roman church should introduce con- fusipn in domestic life and gne rise to unnecessary and disquieting dotlbtf. GEORGE TAYLOR, Ex-M. P. Gananoque M'n Who has been Re- warded with a Seat in the Senate tor giving his seat in the Com- ment to Hon. W. T. White, Min- Mer of Finance. BRYCE NOT MAN FOR F. E. SMITH UNIONIST FIGHTER OBJECTS TO AMBASSADOR HOLDING FREE TRADE VIEWS London. Nov. piquant cor- is running in the Times hctn-mi 1'rof. Dicey and E. B. Smithr-M.I1., tlie [orme'r-rebuking the 'latter forvwhat-is. described as a ner- soml atUtli on Amb .-idol- Uryce. I Suiltli todu rciterJttcl llmt Btyce is vhollv unsintcd omnt to liis cco- rionnc to rcpicHent Great Uutain in fctal ncgoti itions. "H is CMdc t he that Bryce as a free, trader, welcomed reciprocity as a gentle rain from heaven." MR. MABEEIS AFTER THE FACTS He Doesn't Take Stock in a Lot of Wild Rumors FREIGHT RATES POLICE FORCE DID SERVICE PROUD WORK AT FERNIE CHARACTER- IZED BY GOOD JUDGMENT AND TACT GREAT BATTLE LIKELY Jt NANKING Revolutionary Army Hov- ering Near Fortified City Interesting Passage Over Complaint From Daw- son City Ottawa, Nov. are these wild Wast rumors we see in the pa- pers about 'slush funds' and asked 'judge Mabee of D. H. McLean sit u meeting or the Railway Commis- sion today. "Tf it is a fact things bare been found out, ft dtfss not reflect much credit on those who bave 'been Investigating the matter." The chief commissioner maite these remarks "after'F. H. Chrysler, K. C., acting Cor the White Pass and Yukon Hail way, made application for a post- :ponement of cliurge of exceusive rates laid agnliifit the com- jpany by J. H. Conrnd, on {the Dawson City DoaTd of Trade and 'others. I Afr. Chrysler said be mad-e re- owing to the untimely sudden death of A. H. Graves, of1 railroad. He 'askod that Dec. Gth be fixed for the bearing, and on this date the-case will be heard. >tr. .McLean acting for the parties la'ying the- charge, wanted a two months' adjournment because some evidence had been brought to light recently. "People up in that- country do not to care a continental bang about said Judge Mabee Mr. McLean, al- though he., explained annoyance that would ho caused" by a long delay of the C'IBB-owing to an apueal being Hied before the governor-in-council. -Mr. Chrysl'er wiM-cohsult with officials of the White railroad now Decr'Gth." SIR: CANADIAN PRESS ELECTS OFFICERS Toronto. Nov. following reru elected oflicvrs of the Canadian I'rcss Ltd., at the annual meeting yes- terday: J. F. JIachay, Globe, Toronto, iirosicient; M. E. Nichols, Telegram, Winnipeg, flrilxvlce president: .1. S. Erlcrly, Herald, Montreal, second vice president; .1. E. Atkinson, Dally Slar, Toronto, secretary treasurer. Direct- ors, J. H. Woods; Herald, John Nelson, .News-Advertiser. Van- couver: E.. R. Jlacklln, Free Press, Winnipeg; E. W. .McCready, Tele- John; W. .Dennis, Herald. Halifax; Robertson, Evening Telesram, Toronto; Wilson Soutbam. Ullzen, Ottawa; J. Blackburn, e I'I-CPB, K. F. Slack. On- :e, Montreal: Gordon Smith, Wit- ness, .Montreal, and W. f. .Ken Shanghai, N'ov. pacific pecuniary inducement pre- vails, the great light of the present revolution will take place at Nan- king. The city is now a huge mili- tary camp: General Chang is in com- FBrnie, B. C., police niand, with troops. They, are force which was so hastily assembled wellv.armcd aiiil fairly (rained. "They in Fernie from all quarters of the i desperate anrl arc province from Alberta to cope i whlcl) cxports jWlth wha was .eared might turn out rg, a large, ami Ho be a veo- senous state of affairs, T. lias proven to be a success. If pre-T OlltsKlc thc! renting bloodshed and other regret- armv an abli OPENS ONTARIO CURTAIN RAISER AT COBQURG WAS SPEECH; DEFENDING GOVERNMENT KAISER HAS A COLD Herlln, Nov. independent without committing K to revolution- ary cause, are not being- consulted. Uellevue Hillcrest lilairmore Lille Fernie. Uankhead Total 17 JH 202 7 390 119 35 47 107 35 182 151 155 9 MS' IK 14 4 23 10 1878 "'147 The strike is settled The tml war which has been such to all lines of Buslneas IB publisher of Ian In dead at hli home here, aged yeari ARABS DEFEAT ITALIAN TROOPS Ferocious Men, of Desert Victorious in ate Fight JAMES COCKROFT DEAD Northport, N Y 16 ions hloli Oockroft a well known author mnd the Southern Alucrta and Eastern B t (Oil for the past months, has at last reached a point it Is onlj a question ot hours till peace Kill reign supreme more, with otai cait to return to work All the above figures are gnen on jood an-, the major! t) 0 tht miners of-, ed the ofil quarter of Tripoli yester "Olals to open the on (he pre- d.y and almost annihilated the Ital- ord" shouW the, Totl: OVM ian Irit wing. The stirvjvors are re- tirinj withm the fortifications Two hundred Italians were killed in the Cobourg, Out-, Nov. James of Ontario, his provincial campaign here tonight district be favorable, with- the ner-essitj of calling turtHer ferences of the executive of the METHODISTS HAVE DIVIDED OPINION impregnable. Outside the city within 15 miles, re gatherect. Their force at Hie present time dons not exceed men, of which condition.. The officers, who ..had tlvs'j 'trained. .The rebels, however, direction of this force of men In hand are receiving a constant stream of re- cruits, ami large supplies ol guns and ammunition. The revolutionary army are hut desperately In earnest. d enthusiastic audi- nberland elcc- g bloodshed and other reg occurrences can as successful endings of a threaten; InV were eighty Wiled and twentj-lwo wounded. proved to 'be cool headed and exper- ienced, and were not swerved to eith- er side by outside influence. Using their judgment as to, the Toronto, Nov. Is consid- erable diversity of opinion.among tho leading Methodist ministers or the city regarding the judgment" handed out In Montreal in the.Rev. Dr. Work- man fliisa. Some oC the pastors think tlifl suit should be to the privy council i[ nee'sssary. while those who do not look upon criticism movement with horror, state their opinion the should bo paid over. Til this case they Htnte thu case would soon be, forgoU-cn. j while if H is -fought it will go down 'ns a precod'jnt. An appeal shouUi hp by the general conPeTciice special committee. When the chair- 'man was asked If a special meetinfc would he called, he Irohig the conven- ;cr, he stated that he did not know action as far as Is known 1ms been ilakeii outside of the. college yet mefhods to pursue, thesu men brought order out of disorder without resort- ing to unnecessary violence, 'tholljrll they were severely trted at times. -H was not .a holiday to the men in tho ranks: they had plenty to do, espec- ially the mounted men. Thfey had to drill every (lav, break roads through the ever deepening snow and groom down their horses j night and morning after the most ap- COMMISSION proved cavalry s-lyle. The C. and Alberta men made a good mixtuiw ana responded promptly to every call. It was most unfortunate that such They seek vengeance for the recent massacres. FIGHTING NEW LAW AT SALT LAKE CITY leilpe of West Northiynl tors. i Sir .lames claimed that every pre- election promise made by him yoars ago has been redeemed with one ex- raplion, that of law rctorrf.i which was prevented iiy the refusal of the Liberal government at Ottawa to ap- point enough judges. Sir James re' viewer! the record of the' govcrnpient, dwelling on its services to education, its success in administering the fin- ances, and the boon .conferred on the people by the hydro-electric policy, which was shortly to bt'. extended ov- er central and eastern Ontario. He also emphasized the proposed worliiven's compensation demons tratioji had to ne made, hut GOVERNMENT OP- INJUNC- TION GRANTED BY COURT Salt Lake, Xov. first movs toward testing the constitutionality, of HE HAS A SAFE SEAT Vars. Ont., Nov. Rt- cine, M. P.. P., wag todaj unanimouBly re-nominated for the bf the Liberals of Runfle'11 .eoimty Tile Liberal majority Ii over 1000 ,__, ofi.' PASSESlWAf A promfafng and bright young Hfn passed nway this morning in tlile .In the person of'-.Uriel Wiirfred law, nt 2g the cause of distnt-t There is grouMiB for the prevailing belief that work will be resumed morning Thifa is fullj expected the officers faf the Letlibndgf local, they state- that there mat be delav fn ting Iht returns of into the hands of the president in time for the today.- Same' of the camps.arc- remote, arid have trouble; fn getting ihcir returns to headquir case the returns are late in coning improbable that t.he results ytill be known bejorr Satui- daj, when (ht older lorth for tlie men to hold themselves m ncss to answer the mine whistle on' Monday morning. r same time pointing out-' that Hon. [whole death was due to appendicltli. Mackenzie King's sneer al-.iho'BOVcrn-JThc body was sent this afternoon ment's commissioner, Chief i from Pettcrly's undertaking parlors to Sir William Meredith, was ill-timed, j Raymond, Interment will be as Mr King bad owed all his success !made. The deceased leaves n young to friendship and partially of an- wife to mourn his loss. most fortunate that, il. fell into tho the state law which places Salt-Lako hands of such capable men. jCHy under the commission form of JKOvernmoiH was made yesterday I when J. -K. MclMod. a voter, was JKramert an order by th-o district court t temporarily TDHtnifriinp; City Rocord- or Hives from isauing certificates of 'other chief justice of Ontario, Sir William Mullock. (Continued on page 5.) LOW WATER BOTHERS STEAMERS Vancouver, Nov. steamer Rossland. hrlnglne passengers froin the coast, ran ashore last night on ihe LaHes and the passengers arrived at Nelson last night twenty hours latr. on -thy- Arrow was.tho ca'nse of Ihe stranding. A similar accident occurred the itotmer Mlntu week. RIVAL FLEETS I linl r TA" APFF'elo'-Mon to oiTlclnls rtoctcd N'ov. 7 LIABLt ID ILAjO; 17 to show raiipc why tho ord-or should not bo mnrlp iiovmnncnt. Milan Nov. naval hattle bo- The complaint that as the iwccii lift'v Italian'shiiis ami ;l Turk- law provides that (he two hlfihnsl IMi squadron is imminent In tlie candidates for any raunlcliml offlcc at i j.. the primary section only shall bo Aegean .Va. Accord ng to reports P' j received here today the two Hostile tes becll nrel.ented' inoots.wore lying near each other, from hls frM ch'oiCT3 as an In-hilo the crews of both are for battle. The Italian fleet was heard j from oil the island of Mitylcn. 'The I SOCIALIST IN BROCKVILLE Turiiish fleet has been cruising iimonR BTOclivllle, Nov. local Soc- BISHOP SHOT BY A PORTUGUESE Mr. Mow to Raymond people, inasmuch as the deceased was actively engaged in the development of the musical life of that district, being al the head of the Htymond Conservatory of Music, which Indltii- PROTEST AGAINST WAR ATROCITIES Washington, D.O., Nov. pro-, k'st to -the United States sen'aU against alleged atrocities by Italian army in Tripoli was re- ceived by cable today from the Egyp- tian committee, at Cairo. The Won had an enrollment oT nearly forty i Lorenzo Marques, 1' East Africa, N'ov. Rev. A. J. of Nvassalami, Ihe Turkish islands oh' Ihe coast to inllst party hat, nominated Fiyror. Kins prolect tbi'in from Italian angres-las a.candidate for this rlaiiiR in the coming' yrovilicial Douglas, the Ilishop has been murdered according to a lud'de'n'and port from the Governor of hoped for recovery but tin land. A Portuguese official is said quickly. have r-hot the bishop following an al-j _______ tcication at Kanio, on the Portu- guese side ol Lake. Kasa. wo- men in the bishop's party returned to protest declared that "atrocities were students Tire Conservatory had Hto committed by the Italian army n branch at Carilston, which also an inoffensive iicople of aged in a verj- nourishing conflKion. The i women and and de- late Mr. O'Dricn was a violin dared that "persons alleged to Of fiomi! repute. He vory popiltnr rebels, hut who are simply defending and liked In the neighborhood, their native soil against foreign In- nnd his loss will a severe blow to are being executed." Raymond. Tire deceased only took III Saturday no that demise Is 'GAMBLERS PROTECTED BY CHICAGO POLICB Likcma. The llritisli resident minis- ter ,H Kutakoa is investigating matUr. the NOMINATED BANK MAN Fort Willlsra, Nov. W. Jtr- In the choice of Willlim convention held thin tf- ternoon. .tarvls In Mnk muiifer Iwrt iud oM Nov. city, civil rommlpslon; now InvsBtigatlng protect- ed vice on tha ptrt ot the le, to turn Its attention to the trust, which It in jaid. thtn worth of annually. A recent nilil on Chlnitown la tbe arrent of more ISO gumbteri, ;