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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV, v, Alberta, Thursday, Xovemtieivlft; Number 284 NOTED PRELATE DEAD Philadelphia. Nov. op Alexander MacKay Smith. of the I'rotcstaiit ICpiscopal nldwtco here early today. Ills death was duo to heart dls- ease. He was til years old. iPEEOH FROM THlTHRONE TODAY R. H. Puke -of Con- naught Opens Twelfth Parliament SESSIONAL PROGRAM Doesn't Look as if Ses- sion Would Last Very Long Ottawa. Nov. 10. the greatest Lrray of fashion and' militarv display n the history of Canada, the" Duke wiHtbe lhc of Congress WOULD PROBE THE NE TEMERE IS CAUSING A PROTEST Meeting in London Inaug- urates Anti-Decree Campaign MINNESOTA( CONGRESSMAN WILL ASK FOR COMMITTEE OF INVESTIGATION Washington. Nov. exist- ence of a "money trust" Is to be'in- quired into by democratic leaders (ft tho. houso of representatives.. Ono ol the first matters to be taken CANADA PERTURBED lnan of Provld- opbned his first parlia'- uent t'cday., When the Commons met ihlB llrat the speaker appoint a com- it throe o'clock there was little delay investigation composed of ;n thvj summons to the Senate cham- nllV3 The, purpose of the His Uoyal Highness read ''resolution does not contemplate op- address from the Throne as fol- !noslnB the work of the monetary com [mission but Is based on the promise Ithat the present system of money ex: ows: Hon. Gentlemen of the Senato. i jent'cmen of the Ilou'se of r-U is: with much satisfaction that 1 i' meet for the first time the parliament avail myself of your and assistance In thvs pent of tho Important charge which Sas been entrusted to me by lils Ma- les ty the King. I can assure you -that esteem It a privilege to be culled up- to administer .the affairs ttl this 'prosperous and growing Dominion.. to acquaint myself with you and ihe parliamentary duties which you j are about to approach. I It affords me great pleasure to con- cratulate" you upon continued and increasing prosperity of the country, jbur trade, both with British and with foreign countries. Is rapidly expand- ing, and there Is every prospect that In'.voluVrie inc the present year will be largely; in .excess of that attained at any time In the past." Although there some damage to the crops .in certain the harvest 'has on the whole been-abundant, and believed that the returns to be hus- banded will exceed thpse secuivd in iy previous .year. The result of taken dur- ing the present will bo laid be- fore you., so. far as they have been ubiilated. While the increase In pop- ilatlon has not' fully realized all the sanguine .expectations that .had been ormed, .yet it has been substantial nd encouraging.; Mr. Surplus You witl be pleased to know that ie revenue of the current fiscal year las up to present largely exceed- ed those, of .any similar period in the sast, with every prospect that this increase will be maintained. The advantages that would result change and -.credit apjieafs to "entail on the poop'o enormous losses.- due principally to speculation, gambling j and manipulation which are not nec- essary incident to a-natural com- merce." Speaker Said Gladstone and Salisbury Would Not Tolerate it Nov. A big nWcting was held here last night cbmiumn ing the promulgation of tlic Ne: Toriicre decree. Lord Kinnaird, fourth com- missioner to tlie Church of Scotland from 1907 'to 1909, said such cree from an alien power, claimed 'universal Bright over must '.he resisted. J. H. M. Campbell, K. C., M. P GEORGE TAYLOR, Ex-M. P. Gahanoque Man Who has been Re with a Seat in'the Senate for giving his seat in the Com to Hon. W. T. Min- ister of Finance. a de- which many MR. MABEE IS AFTER THE He Doesn't Take Stock in a Lot of Wild Rumors FREIGHT RATES Interesting Complaint From Daw- BRYCENOTMAN FOR F. E. SMitB KAISER HAS A COLD Berlin, Nov. William has cancelled a hunt- ing trip in Silesia upon, which he had intended to start last evening. The reason given is that he Is suffering from a Blighf cold; regarding which, however, those iwar Hln Ma- 's- Jesty in reassuring terms. REBELS CONTROL Ft) CHOW CITY BIG MAJORITY TO END THE STRIKE Far as Heard From Lead is 1029 but of 2723 Votes REPUBLICAN RULE ESTABLISHED AND BUSINESS IS 5 f U KIEN DISORDERLY son .Ottawa, Nov. are these wild Wtest rumors we see, in the pa- pers about 'slush -funds' and 'reba-tes.' nsked Judge Mabee of D. H. McLean at a meeting of the Railway Commls- jslon today. "If it IB a fact READY FOR WORK .5 MR. McCART RETIRES Cornwall, Nov. Mul- hern. mayor of Cornwall, was today nominated by Stormont Liberals in place of W. J. McCart. the, late mem- ber, who refused re-nomination. P former attorney-general, not was Canada UNIONIST FIGHTER OBJECTS 'TO tWnK8 have been found out, It not reflect much credit on those who have been Investigating matter." The chief commissioner madfe these remarks "after F; TI. Chrysler. K. C., acting" for the White Pass and Yukon Railway, made application for a post- HOLDING FREE TRADE VIEWS London. Nov. piquant cor- respondence is running in the Times K. K: Amoy. China, Nov.- the entire southern half of: province has gone over-to the revo- lutionlals and there are disorders In the interior. At Chang Chow rival Prank factions are fighting for control of i Hosuier the local government. Fop Coleman ports that the provincial' government there is making strenuous to restore order. People who had fled are returning ,to the-city and shoos Pleasant Sound of Whistle May be Heard any J Day said that hcUveen Prof. Dicey and ponement of the, charge of excessive iot. only was the decree It-It, but.-i.t the former rebuking; the freight rates iald. against the com- vas bccomini; a -grave In [latter for; what is described'as a by J.. H. Conrad, on -of 'anaJa where matters had heco'mc i the Dawson City Board of Trade and insolent ami arrogant decree-all o'vc.r Hrila'in''in "It the world. Did anyone imagine that saWI "that Bryce a? Greek Struck by J and Then Elaten: by Coyotte Hat, Nov. A horribte tragedy at Dun more was discovered early this morning: with the -finding of a Greek named Josyf H lady a killed on the the yard limits with his face almost takvjn away, by coy- otes'.'. Deceased was evidently a tramp and was wandering over the track last night .when a train struck him. Gladstone or Salisbury would have stood for the decree Jive minutes. The Archbishop of Canterbury wrote to the chairman of the ing, "Any branch' of the church of Christ must .clearly.'have' power to define conditions of its membership, but in my opinion it is much to be regretted that promulgation of the N'e de- cree! and even rnoro the 'language which has been. soiiiCtimes used to secure obedience to it, -the Komai.i church should introduce, con- fusion in domestic life and give, rise to unnecessary and disquieting doubts- "H is as a free-trader. wVlconred reciprocity as a gentle rain from heaven." fiiFATBATTlE vlllljil 11 LJj are being opened. a'coMt city about 50 miles south at Fu Chow, has Michel Bellevue Hillctest Lille accepted the new Kovernment and many of'the old.offlclalii remain at their posts. In city, tb'e POUGE FORCE DID-' SERVICE PROUBI a wider exchang-a of jalmost severing his leg. lie was found the various countries of -the are undoubtedly In view of tho wonderful variety and extent of lhose productions, and negotiations lhave bcoiropencd for'Improved trade In the snow with nearly all his face eaten away by the coyotes. His eye and ear were completely torn off and hfs face was terribly mutilated, was a man of about 35 and ters were written in WORK AT FERN IE CHARACTER- IZED BY GOOD JUDGMENT AND TACT Fternle, B. C., Nov. police force which was so hastily assembled In Fernic from all quarters of the i province ami from Alberta to cope i jwhh what was beared might turn out! to be a BANKING Hov- ering Near Fortified Shanghai. Nov. pacific -or pecuniary inducement pre- vails, tho great .fight of the present revolution', will ".take'place at Nan- king.; The city is now a .huge mili- tary Gi-HL-ral Chang is in com- mand, with trooVs. They, arc j welU.nrmcd and fairly trained. They others. Mr. Chrysler said he made his re- quest, owing to the untimely sudden death of A. H. Graveg. president of the railroad. He'asked that Dec. 6th be fixed for the hearing, and on this date will! be'heard. >Ir. McLean acting for the parties laying the- charge, -wanted a two months' adjournment because some evidence had been: brought to light recently. "People in that' country do not seem to con-tlnental hang about said J udgc Mabee" addr'ejpsing Mr. though the annoyance that would be caused by a long" delay of the to an apiJeal being filed before the goverrior-In-councll. Mr. Cho'sler witt consult with officials of the White railroad now and llcan government. who wished to declare 'Independent without commKtlng K to, revolbtJon- ary cause, are not being consulted. JA.MES DEAD Xorthport, N." Y., Nov. Lethbridge Bankhead Total'. 202 390 35 47 407" 35 182 152 155 '19 ,14- 10' 1878 f 847 The-strike is settled. trial war .which has been such ser- ious 'b'lW. to all linos OPENS FIRE IN ONTARIO ...v- ...V.-.' He let regard'as impregnable, tbefore a Outside' thc city within 15 miles, cifce campaign here'tonight and enthusiastic audi- Nor thiunbe rlatul elec- Cockroft, a well known author and the Southern' Alberta and Eastern B. publisher of law books, is dead at hli icbal for the past lome here, aged months, has at last reached a when it Is only a question of hours till- peace will" reign supreme more, with a certainty of three-ami one-half years' peace UK follow. 'Twelve of the camps have __ announced their votesJ, with thej'jre- suit, that the men have, decided maiority of of 2723 to' return to work-.-. All 'the above, figures are given on good att-, thority, the majority ot direct from the-officials of tbel vari- t ous locals throughout'the Whether or, not the result ot the voting will'he known by President Powell in time today for him to'send out general orders to return to is unknown, but those in state that this should be the caae. Before leaving Frank at the time of Constantinople, Nov. is re- the conference there, all arrange- portert here that. 3000 Arabs attack- ments were made by the miners', of-. cd the old quarter of Tripoli yester- "Cials to open the mines on the pre-' day and almost annihilated the Hal- sident'.s order shouW the vote over ian left wing. The survjvors-are re- the whole district be favorable, with-' tiring within the fortifications. Two the necessity of calling partner hundred Italians were killed in the conferences of of the V district. A. There is therefore good ftouwU.for- Ferocious Desert Victorious in Desper- ate Fight CURTAIN RAISER AT COBOVJRG WAS SPEECH: DEFENDING GOVERNMENT Cobourc, Ont., N'ov'. James jcneacement, accordinir to re- of Otitano, opened here; Thc Tllfklsh were eighty killed and twenty-two wounded. serious state of affairs, proven to be a success. If pro-1 rro't' the rcvolntionarv nrmv arc gathered. ,lors- Their force at present time docs Sir James claimed that every pre- Tenting bloodshed and other regret able occurrences can be classed as successful -endings-of a threatening' not exceed men n-ntiigements with the British West [Indies and Prltlsh' Oulnea which prove advantageous to" those jany Inquest will he held. colonies as'well as to this Dominion. I _._--------- For, Better Roads The importance providing our wjth better highways Is man- t. A bill will be Introduced foV Ithe purpose of enabling the Dominion co operate with; the" provinces In nccompllshment of this desirable Lohject. If Is essential to recognize In a country possessing so in area of ferti'iv land as that with on page 01 ofllcers who had tire arc -trained. iii his -possess 011 direclion of lhls force of hand are receiving k 11 iLin j t. _ r. t _ P jterday: J..P. Mackay, Globe, Toronto, 'sanctioned by the general conference if committee. When the rhnlr- Winnlp-sg, firsts-Ice president: J. S, [man. If a special mectlnif ;cr. he stated that he did know [president: J. K. Star. ns fnr aS j8 known has been Toronto, secretary treasurer. Direct- outside of the.college yet J. H. AVoods. Herald, Cal? Llohn Nelson, Newe-AdverUser. jcouver: E.. Free Pross. [Winnipeg; B. W. .McCready. Tele- [graph. St. John; W, .Dennis, Herald. Ross Robertson, Evoning Telegram, fm-onto; Wilson Soutaom. Ottawa; W. J. IMackbirrn. f Prcpp. K. F. Slack. On- c-. Montreal; Gordon Smith, Wit- Montreal, and W. F. .Kerr ir. RIVAL FLEETS ARE LIABLE TO CLA; LOW WATER BOTHERS STEAMERS Vancouver, Nov. steamer Roasland. bringing passengers frobi i the const, ran ashore n- now Investigating protect- vice on the part of the police U, to turn Its attention to the ChlneW nblfnp trust, which U in said, does more than worth of h annually. A recent raid on Chinatown In the 150 gambkra. arrest of more tbaa ;