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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume V, 'PAGES Lefhbmlge, Alberta. Wednesday, November 20, 1912 CENTS Number 2U0 Manchester Guardian Hopes Borden's Contribution Scheme is an Original One NO CHARITY Would Dislike to Learn That Home Authorities Suggested .the Proposal London, Nov. Manchester Guardian, the -most influential UbettU paper in all England in discussing the probability of Premier -Harden offering JSG'jOOO.QOO for naval purposes, hopes that since it involves a principle which inaiiy Canadians will certainly dislike, It will prove, to be Premier Boraen's own idea and not the result of sug- gestions from the hoine authorities. "We "ought to make it sal's the Guardian, "That the idea of beiiev- olenco is us repugnant to us as it can be to'lheni." More Daijiage Actions Taken Winnipeg, Main., Nov. action has been entered by Donald H. Wiiklnshaw, of Winnipeg against Marshall Jackson, Charles Chad and. A- CX Ross for damages for a conspiracy to have him arrested and imprisoned. The case Is another of the action aris- ing frorri the proceedings, during the election campaign, in Liberals were arrested tbe slightest justification on warrants filled out in blank by machine magistrates. 86 MEN IN BUILDING Vancouver, Nov. Chinese were suffocated today in a laundry on Second avenue west, There were SU men iu the building; whea it to lire. but two escaped of and the radial railway scheme would go hand in hand an industrial policy, would end in mikinc the south- ern metropolis of the biggest mining industrial and tarnung centre in province lie is not in of allowing the radial railway lo be built for private enterprise Ihat proposition he to be closch illieil with the future develop incut of Lethhridge; WHcn the municipal campaign was occupung the boaid one jear ago, the prpstnt ma) or in seeking the ofhco made the radial railway scheme one of the outstanding planks of his plat- form. Me does', not nbw'; that male scheme has been broached, to give up" his hope in this direction. HP admits that he has been rather during the past ear witu othci business, but lias an idea in the tack of his head that 1913 will present- opportunities waich the qouncil has not hid during the present >ear "1 to he conunced that should not undertake the ridi il raily. ij proposition1 said Ihe Mayor to the Herald this morning. "Although wt hate not done ni'ich ij-jng (he I been getting ionie figures together ire in- teresting in connection with the plan to link up the coal camps with .the: ciU {Continued on page 8.) Worcester, Mass., Nov. 20. John Wood, a grocer clerk, killed his wife his four months old baby and himself with chloroform during the night. A note by a. 13-year-old daughter, Gladys, when she awoke today told of the crime KITCHENER HONORARY COLONEL London, Nov. Kit- chener has been appointed honorary colonel oE the Royal Canadian Engineers. YOUNG TURKS ASSAULT GREEKS FHEII CHfflE DID G. T. R. STOP WORK IN COL- LUSION WITH A COMPETING RAILWAY THIS SHOULD BE York, N. Y., Nov. fpdpral grand jury today began an investigation of the aiiegert rgreeinent between the Kew York, New Haven and Hartford railroad company, end fhe Grand Trunk railway of C'anada, which is chnnrc'd to be in of intorstntc commerce. It is 'Mle ed Iliat was stoiilird on itn s on of the Grand Trunk into Frovi- dcncc, I., with Ilic object of sttt- competition. SOCIEiy LIFE IS Tnbcr. Nov. to last Wednesday, tbe C. P. R. had been very good to Tabor in the mailer of fcv both wheat and coal, but on that day or- ders issued to the effect that no more ''ars were to be spotted for loading wheat, and since then -not a cf whcnt lias been loadfd. This is working a gruat hardship on the farmers, not only can they not obtain curs, but the elevators arc under Ihe ban, a n d as they arc n full, no grvain can be sold. Many farm- ers during the last few days have taken No. '2 prices 'for toolr grain, rather than haul v it back. Thn C. P. II. officials here can s'vc no reviscn for the action of the- uniuKh v it can be niiriluiu-.d to the strike, or to ilic fiict the terminals arc- choked. The sit- uatinn is -becoming daily more serioiis, and it is hoped that the situation will be quickly relieved. 'GYP THE BLOOD" AND THREE PALS TO GO TO ELECTRIC CHAIR piiiturc of the l.itc Spanish Frontier. The Puerto, del ..Sol, i i- i or the Sun, the big square in the of Madrid and the busiest spa; In, the city. It was hereHhat Jo so Spain's Premier, was In1: front of the office of the Ministry of the Interior. HAMILTON YOUNG LADY WENT TO NEGRO FAKIR TO GET COCAINE Hamilton, Out., Nov. promi- nent twrnty-ono year old society jiirl ,M.s found by hor father in a MacNali 20. _ spacioils si reel, north, restaurant, whrrc a window ill HIP Canadian oHicc.. pro posing as a cryslial gnvcr; 'it fhiiriiig wr.s Kinsshfid to sai't, was siijiplying cnr.iine to many smitliorrcns ibis uHcrnoon a skill- fnshionahli1. and well Known taxicah. CUD WKS hurl- Tliiv ir.ii'I's FalbciT has ctunplaineil to fid clear' ll'f hrnkcn ilic Dolicc. 1 but escaped uiiscratched. Man., Nov. light freight train struck a motor car and a hand car this morning about seven o'clock, two miles west of 'Whitcmoutli. Two men were instant- ly killed, but nno.thcr escaped, by dead are Chnrlrs Nt'tilcs ami I-1. K. Nex, secretary-treasurer of municipality. SISTER AN AGLET DEAD Montrral. Nov. Anaclet, Snpfrior General thp of Daino, tliis aflornoon af-j tor an Illness which has uiojctl weeks. Turkish' boys pelting passing Greeks in Constantinople. The war fever in Conclnntinoplc has, it is evident, not only effected the grown-ups but the f chifdrcn. this incident of miniature flags, toy rjims and rifles In Pcra. the suburb of Conctantinople which is the European quarter, the locratic centre of the city, and a pi .ice of ninny embassies. ;