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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta e Daily Herald Volume IV. Lelhbrklgie, Alberta, Fndiiy, November Number 285 TORTURES OF THE CHINESE REBELS Ej'c Wijiiess Tftlls of (lie Atrocious Cruellies Perpetrated HEADS CUT OFF. SOCIALISTS MAKE ATTACK ON SMITH (GREAT EVANGELIST HAS AROUS- ED IRE OF PORTLAND'S EX- TREME RADICALS I'orlluml, Ore., Nov. agitators and street corner, oruturs arc, it is claimi'd, making an t'fiort Lo oH'sct the result of the tiipsy Smith campaign in this city by ;1 ser- ies of ilenuiicialory speec'lieii, by sys- tematic work within lliu label-nude ami by tin- of tlKinsumls of [lets decrying the wlmli! system of religion as by Cm-istUm- ity. At tliL- socialist, heacliiuarters to- Decapitation Seems Fa vorite Form ol' Ex- Victoria. II. c.. N'or. The etoamor Canada Jlaru wiiicli arrived ilore from the Orient at Sliung- liai on Oct. 21 and 22, wlien tliousiind.s of rernsoos riockltiK flat port DEBENTURES SOLD AT PAR Hoard Disposes of Bonds at a Fair Price school dcbeiiiurcs have een sold to the Dominion Securities o., Lid., for the sum of Tliey were tin- highest bidders. The bids reccivt-ii were Wood day if was autiouMcnl that thousands j SH ol leaflets writlrti in the form of a w ,v pniyur ami entitled, "The Out- ,v cast M I'niytM' would he iysneil Eroni sj.j 7U7 l he press today or 'tomorrow and dis- tributed to t-liuv from the evangelistic servic- Amousr the asscM-tiiuis made by Mio .socialistic .speakers is that Smith from Hunkow. Tile brouglrc j was brought to this city by a group Btorlos of many oye witnesses who of capitalists that he might block the told of bloody incidents. L. Suborn, I of Yokohama, who went with a depu- tation from Hankow to Wu Chung to reassure missionaries- and other, for- eigners, said the city K'-t-as were dos-, When the foreigners clamored for admission the gates were sudden- ly opened and a largte number of cap- tured iManchus were dragged out h> their hajr, beheaded, and their heads Iiurl-ad at the feet of the delegates. The gates .were then closed anil for- eigners to tell what they had se-sn.. On tlie wall a number of a-elKJl soldfara stood to watch for !M mien us trying to escape with ropes. Those attempting to escape were rid- dled with bullets as they lowered themselves. Suzcra Haw a Munch 11 official who''had paid a coolie for a sampan, dragged ashore and be- headed. At a place near Hankow, when fbi'efgn' firms left their prem- ises, Uin-'rebels caught a gang of loot- ers, beheaded' them and nailed 'their heads to doors of stores and dwel- lings with, signs telling oft tlm fate other robbers wpuld meet. A Manch who boarded- a Japanese fiver boat .was making his way to the cabin when came aboard; him'and led him back to the city gate, wh-era he was lieheaded. His head was stuck on a pote. A policeman who failed, to atop a looter was de- capitated and'jils head put in a bas- ket over which the placard was plac- saying tho head was that of a policeman. The Han Yang arsenal was captured by a clever ruse. Sev- eral-hundred insurgents crossed tho river in sampans and, rushed to'the gates of the arsenal, shouting they were loyal troops and mere -escaping from Wu Chang. The gates were thrown open and once in the rebels put -back their white bandages. Re- sistance did not follow and Km arson- 1 fell without a shot having been lired! MINES OPEN ON MONDAY SURE Although it has been'fully expected by the'officials of the Le'lhhridge Lo- cal No. 57-1, U. M. W. of A., that the .'be taken "bv the minors in connection with returning to work would have 'been announced yesterday in time for the mln-ers to be called out to work this morning, it appears now that there was some delay in getting nil tho returns of the votes taken In tho different camp's-into headquarters fn time, so that the final announcement lias not yet been made. The men did Hot therefore .return to work thi, morn Ing, and the opening will not take place until Monday. The final results -vlll be madi known from Ferriio some tlnva today, and at the same time the oulcr will go out instructing the men who have been out on strike for the greater part of the year to go back to their places at once., Within: a week the mines throughout the district are vjx- Iicctcd to be running full blast. wheels of progress of the labor move- ment and make men .satisfied with conditions they were 'years ago. Oipsy in sneaking of their arguments, said "If Christ His way lie would take away every bur- den from (.-very aching'back and every stumbling block from every weary That is the very thing Je- sus Christ is trying ,to .do. Thu so- cialist prognrm doesn't go far enough. You can't cure man's hearts and lives be better THE GENIAL SAM AGAIN Out, Nov. berland Liberals nominated Sam Clark, M. P. P., as their candidate for the legislature. TiiR 'liftcreiice between tlmse bids, it will (jo observed, is very slight. Tin; Dominion Kccurittas Co., bow- ever, paid price considerably in ad- ami consequently were the suc- cessful buviirs. DICKENS, THE SON, SEES IMPROVEMENT NAME NEW METAL MR., FRENCH DISCOVERS SOME- THING VALUABLE IN KOOT- ENAY DISTRICT Nelson, B. C., Nov. 1.7. jjortlqn French, tlie famous ntetai- urgical chemist, who earlier in the discovered the jiresence of the group of minerals in the ores, today announced the liscovory of a new metal hitherto inkiiown to science, which .he has mined "Canadian.11 The metal is 'niiml in larj'C quantities and is of ligli commercial value. H belongs to .lie platinmv si-nun and will he large- ly employed in the work of science. announcement is expected' to (industry which has already benefit ted to enormous extent hy Mr French's disi-overy. .Samples of. Ihe ore are being scnf; t'o all the leading scientific societies uf would. AMERICANS DON'T EXPECTORATE AS MUCH NOW AS THEY DID IN 1842 Chicago, 111., Nov. and Americans have not made the samu impression upon Alfred T. Dick- as on his fuiher, Cliarle.s Dickons, on fhft father's first visit. t0 America in Jfj'12. The younger Dickens, who is touring the United States, today iu entluisiasiic over Llie possibil- ities of the new world, anil hastened to coiri'ct impressions that had I'o! lowed the appearance of ins l ithei b eauly book on America. fith- er's uiily seven; critHsm 01 said the younger Dicktns ts of its detestable habit of ing t'Vcrywhere. You seem to have profited by it, too, for 1 have not seen much of it on nnr trip. VESSELS TOSSED BY VERY HEAVY GALES Chatham, Mass., Nov. 17.T-Three vessels were sighted Hying signals of distress off Monomony Point at dawn today, one of them was ten miles off shore, a second was anchored off Great Point rock with two men lashed in the rigging, and the., third was taken In tow by a revenue cutter. A heavy north west gale prevails. Who Will Be Mayor? The mayoralty situation became slightly mixed today and it is now almost certain that Mayor Adams will again be in the field. Strong pressure was brought to bear on him today, and he an- nounced his willingness to recon- sider his decision to retire. Aid. Goode refuses to retire. He waited until Mr. Adams had made definite decision to retire and now says he'is in the field to stay. Ex-Aid. George Hatch will also run, so that with three good men in the field, all that remains is for the ratepayers to take their choice. Any one of the three would fill the chief magistrate's chair with efficiency, and it is now assured that the city will have an inter- esting municipal campaign. Go to it, gentlemen. SIX MEN LOSE LIVES NEAR BUTTE Train Kan Into Work Ti-iuinvitli Dead- ly Uesults liulu1, Mont., Nov.- empty passqnger train returning to Living- BOOSTER'S SPECIAL ADVERTISE ALBERTA SOUTHERN ALBERTA BOARDS .OF TRADE ARE DOING A LIVE WORK According to lire statements made this morning by p. U publicity commissioner of the Southern Alberta Associated Boards of Trucio, who has been travelling throughout the south during the past iv'o weeks visiting all tiie boards in this district, there will Ire -a rousing meeting when y such heavy snow storms or as 'fercw galea ns have prevailed and arc low prevailing this .November. Tho. tpprchcnsion when the boat men, say .hat tho lake will freeze over causing a sudd'an close to navigation, Is pfrnng STILL TALKING RECIPROCITY IN THE MOTHERLAND Earl Selborne Censures Government for Not Using Fielding Negotiations to Demand Favors of the United States London. Nov. before I cgtild then 11 the Conservative convention at, Leeds, better terms. tiicn make fresh treaties or Lord Sclborni'., ret-iry, said the former colonial, ueo "The fact declared Earl Scl- government, V'il? "the government never looked dian affairs ]iuhlicly, hut there was j sec. the great issue another side to the question quite.; reciprocity, hut hugged ics hanging on apart from Ilio relations of Canada and Ihe empire. While these reciprocity negotiations were iioiug nu the government ought to have tried to obtain from the Am- delightedly with the idea that reciprocity effected imperial prefer- ence would he dead. Now Canadians have g-iven their answer anil the home government is involved in thai defeat ericans r..s good tcrnis for home man-! and its ufactiircrs as the Americans were pro-1 Praise for to givr f'anadinns. Apparently] thn government'never moved a hand. Xow I In; colonies were asking relief- fron? Hie "Fnvord Nation" treaty Great Britain, but the foreign i tions refused lo re louse them. iia- The Speaking at l.outh, Hrof. W. A. Shewins said tliaf, during the years of Air. llalfour's leadership there _ hail jheen n risk of the breakup of Mm empin; owing to the entangling government was therefore con- fronted the di 1cm in a of either to clear tlie overseas dominions, not believing in free trade, from Nation" treaties fettering them, or to denounce these thus leavinc the commerce of the' Unilcil Kingdom absolutely at i'K foreign tiouiitries were forcing on (loiuinions. Mr. Half our had The critlciz- iiot only warned this but he "K Conservative oratory at the Leeds M-g'lifitl faced ihc danger with that ser- convention, says that for Itself it pre- 1 :nnit.y which is ihe re at lest, of great-1peTS lo Efirl Grey's testimony iness. IU- hiiil liilcd this country Canada docs not want (.he result speaking at Leigh, said Canada had made it possible for us et to ready provided will be In a vigorous manner END TRUSTS WITH JAIL STRIPES DRASTIC AMENDMENT PROPOSED TO SHERMAN ANTI- TRUST ACT Washington, Nov. 17.-T- "Felons tripes" as a punishment for "trust criminals" in the "United States, to end "commercial piracy under benev- ofent 'rules of reason.' are proposed hi a bill amending the Sherman ,_anti trust law drafted by Representative Henry of Texas, to he Introduced in the house on the opening of congress next month. Its introduction prob- ably will mean its passage lu the, House. The bill specifically 'defines what constitutes a trust, legislates from present statute the "inle as interpreted by the ''supreme court achieve that commercial unity of the_______..._ empire which bad been the dream of in 'the Standard Oil and tobacco de- this Unionists. If tariff reform had j cisions, and provides as. punishment ?io special interest for bur people would still struggle for it In wider interests of the empire. Touched the Imagination London, Nov. 'Birmingham 'ost says: "Unquestionably the Can- adian refutation of reciprocity has impressed the imagination of tho country and by offering further strik- ing, encouragement to imperial prefer- ence has struck a swinging blow at the prestige of the government which so complacently hastened in fidyance to celebrate the obsequies of tariff reform. Pertinent Inquiries i for violntiou of the law imprisonment the j of from two to ten 3 ears in the peni I tentiary. It will be referred to the judiciary committee for deliberation. "My said Mr. Henry, "null! fies the alterations written into the Sherman anti-trust act by the linwar ranted and purely legislative decision. ompirc' J of l.cr elections exploited In interests imandcH the assent tlarcil do J mercy, Xo If we had government 'lanlT there! of grciit Austen, the Patriot wouM he no iliflicuHy because we j London, Nov. Chamber- never part with her fiscal freedom. of -fariff reformers. Tho Gazette also wonders whether Bonar Law had H-een Premier Horden's very remarkable speech claiming that Canada must COALITION SUSTAINED (MANITOBA t I BOUNDARIES for'some days that he .was consider- ing the matter, and now that he is sure of the support of a large number, of the ratepayers, he'ls certain to de- cide to -enter the. field. Although thy petition .was started on its- rounds only a 'few hours, ago, it is. rolling up, like -the. proverbial snowball. There Is a strong feeling in his favor, and citizens of all classes are boosting for him. The petition will be presented to him this evening, and his acceptance is all neces- sary to -place -him. in the field as a candidate for mayoralty honors. Geo. M. Hatch is not unknown In the, city in connection municipal government' sat for one term as a memlier of.the at position of chaiiman of the parks committee, and also chair- man water and light com- mljtee. Ho stood !for leelection at the "municipal'elections last, December but lost put on-account'of Uhe stand lie had taken on certain questions-in. connection with tlie park 'system. There are now in the field two" can- didates who are sure to contest the election, Aid. Goode and -ex-Aid. Hatch both of them with .municipal exper- ience in Lfi-thbridge. David King-has; ntimated his intention of entering the field, but states that he will .with- hold his final decision until next Wednesday. It is hardly likely that- Air. King will remain In contest under the "conditions, so-'that It, will je u straight fight between the two1 first mentioned. The aldcrmanic slate IB still very unsettled. There is still much talk of H. J. H. Sk'eith entering the and although he reiterates hlij Inten- .1011 to remain out of municipal af- 'alrs, his friends .are still pressing ilm to enter. Donald Duff is also mentioned as a He was lominated last year, but dropped put shortly after -the nominations. His, engineering experience, would stand n in good stead on the council, and is thought he may yet decide to allow his name to go before the elect- ors.- A. H. McKeown has nothing fur- ther to say regarding his- Should he outer the field it will. in all likelihood bo for aldermanic hon- ors. A. B. Stafford is' mentioned, fre- quently in the latte. connection and it is fully expected that he will be in' law" ILIie Ho is in touch with of the suprem1.: court in the Standard Oil and tobacco trust cases of last spring. That is, the bill legislates the 'rule of reason out o- the law, and defines specifically what a questions controversy. IB so that there can he no room for as an old timer here will poll a strong vote. The school hoard aspirants are not saying vary as yet. In the field are R. P. Wallace and Dr. Thompson; There arc three vacancies on the board to bo fiillcrt at the elections, but It-Is expected that a lonjrjist of' MOON AND VENUS IN CONJUNCTION Iiritlah, Frfincli and Russian troops today and is causing much uneasiness. jitade separate''demonstrations there plany boats are fn-ttliellor liern and today.' 'Jothers are reported long overdue. London, Nov. cable from Melbourne aiiows that the stale elections of Victoria iW suited in few chanws, tbt; Lib- eral and Conservative coalition government bofug sustained by a majority over twenty. The government carried nearly all the important cen- tres with fnir majorities. -J Ottawa, .Vov. R. P. Rohlin premier of. Manitoba, and (Ion.f Colin Campbell, at'onui.v general tho pro vl noe. who arrh'ad'from the ;infct night, had an informal discussion the extension of Manitoba bound- today wifh Premier Borden and Kobert llogers, minister of j interior. Af. (he conclusion It, was stated'tliat then was nothing to give lout. ministers are hopeful will be HU early setUeuient, fl' KAISER PUN'ISHES SON London, Nov. special despatch Berlin says that. Crown Prince Frederick William has been ordered to undergo a month's detention for the ivoent public display of opposition the govern- ment's settlement of the Fran- nb-Germnn controversy over University of C-ilifornia, Nov. This aiooii Venus were in conjunc- tion at noon lorlav. Tlie rare astro- nomic.il phenomena was -observed bv mt'inhcrs of the astronomy ilcpart- ;il hero unit hy hundreds of persons both inuoii and star candidates will present to choose from. themselves AFTER THE GRAFTERS WHO TAKE REBATES; Washington, Nov. indict-, mouts returned by the federal grand Jury in New York today were'the .re- sult of an investigation made by the commerce commission. Tae. (alleged violations o'f the law Included to MIR naked against a clear blue by of; sky, The climax lo the astronomical rfllmtef5 imtier ,the guise of commii- event was readied shortly after noon isious on import shipments through when Venn's was apparently touching of New York, and tlwir the lown cent, the planet barely escaped being by shippers hnrn ol the moou.s the mdiclmems Acdording to th< eclipsed by the moon. The plicnora- i to Professor F. j Mayer, oi the asIronomical dcpart- I moiit, not unusual; Has not hap- tho doctrine that refunds from rates paid to persons cootrollins rout- ing or are unlawful bates though the Ing the are not .the ;