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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Letlibridge, Alberta, Wednesday, November 22, Number UNIONISTS GET SECRETARIES HERE READY SEAT FROM LIBS. TOBOOSTBIG CONGRESS Mr. and Mrs. Burns and Staff Get Early Start In Arranging1 for Dry Fanning' CONTRIBUTION TOO MANY PROTESTS AND POLICY IS GONE South Somerset Won Un- der Leadership of Bonar Law London, Nov. 22. In a closely fought contest in the history of the constituency of South Somerset over ninety per cent, of 'the electorate go- infi to the pole, Hon. Herbert: Au- mism as lo the and .importance hruy, Unionist, won the seat for the 1912 mcet Mr. ftnd Mrs. John T. party from Henry Vivian, Liberal, thc nit nl ht to by votes to ji majority Lethbridge Meet Expected to Excel! All Others Will Ask Downing Big Publicity Propaganda, "Good bye, old chap, I'll mcet you In Lethbridge." That was the parting salivtalion of nearly every delegate who visited the Dry Farming Congress in Colorado Springs, and bubbling over with opti- of 148. The bye-election was nuui'SKiry !iy lliu elevation of the ait- tiny Liberal member, Sir E. Slnieliey start the work or organization. That the LsUibridge meet will be far the largest and most Import- will start work just as soon as head- quarters can ho secured, and IHJ wants tho Board of Trade to meet at once and effect the local organiza- tion necessary. Air. Burns is bringing all his office equipment and staff with him. This ho is able to do, because Lethhrklgc wants him to have trained workers. Street for iXaval Pro- gramme Ottawa, Nov. R. Bor- dcn has apparently forsaht'ii his much litiraldcd policy oi VUIHIJ; j.iiy.uiW.UUO to the dantly Jiritish adniiniliy evidenced by .spwuh abun- ot" Hun. minister of mar- ine, yesterday. HU announced ilie re- The staff will reach twenty-five in Lhu tenders received by the At IhcMast general ant yet is tho firm conviction of Mr. to Ihc peerage. elections he had a majority of 467 j Hums, and lie has excellent reasons over the new member, figures being, the 'faKh within him. Mr. Burns Strachey, Aubrey, .South' Somerset is a typical English rural riding and has been consistently Lib- eral .since 1S8C, the majorities run- ning from 227 in that year to in when high water reached. .Uoth parties exerted every effort to carry the bye-election, but in well- informed Liberal circles the possibil- ity of defeat was recognized as long ago as last week. The issue was fougu'L all along the line, tho fiscal question, Lloyd George's insurance hill and Irish home rule being all to the fore, and the victory was due to unlirokcn front the Unionist party i was able to present under it.s new lender. Both candidates are well I known, the meniher-elect having the support of a powerful family, white Vivian has been a well known and re- proportions foefoiVJ the year is out. Through having to engage and train local help some previous conven- tions were Interfered with. It was real, work was started in MINISTER DEFERS DECISION Koutc ol! A. K, 1. to Pinchcr Creek Considered at N. It. Will Enter Calgary Will itiin West of C. E., the G. T. P. Going East. Ottawa, Nov. route of the mis, urged that the road enter, that proposed brunch of the A. R. I. i The Alberta Pacific Railway inaiu- rom Can slon to Pincher Urw-k was i tamed that the route paralleled their FOUR MEN IN MAYORALTY CONTEST Mr. Stafford Decides 'to Hun Public Meet- Ing Is Assured before the minister o[ railways Iinevi1l ndv business men pay proportionately higher. similar system is beinp followed in north Tuns Shao Vi, lormer minister of, posts and communication who refused Hie sprccli of -Sir Wilfrid Lauricr on whon forulfiii minlslor Von Kid- to continue in office under a new re- Momlay. Idcr mode a report on has joinncl the revolutionists Mr, Pugsley m.ujo a plea for the relations as nffectorf and declared for a republic. lie is inclusion of the elevators of the mar- by Ihs Moroccan dispute with Francfi one of the most prominent of the j ilin-c provinces under the puWishod today. foroipn younger Cliiui-sc progressives in PC- mcnt the no'-'ornin'-nt contemiilnliMl kin, and is well known abroad. 'Me is j for dcvaiors at the head of ihc a graduate of Vale and was sent to 'nfces, nnd said this was the policy America as a special envoy to thank of the laic government. In conclusion thc. ex-minister de- clared that Ihe country and every member in tho house had a right to tlin Slates lor thr return China a part of the indemnity. The same dispatches declare that Yuan Shi Kai is believed lo bo 'only tlic opportunity to join the revolutionary cause, FARMER KILLED BY A TRAIN Saskft-toon, Nov. Me- Tavish, a farmer living about seven oust of waa minister's account of tht! 'Mon8 that passed between Knglnnri show that thc i used both sfd'.'s was BO sharp Mint U pe.Treful outcome of the affair un- der the 'rlTcumetances wasf considered ,most fortunate. COLLECTIONS ARE COMING IN WELL MEN WHO DEAL WITH FARMERS HAVE NO COMPLAINT TO MAKE A Herald representative Interview- ed a number of the business men this morning as to how they found collections at this -time as compared Hh the corresponding period last year. Mr. McMahon, of McJIahon Quinn, who handle the McCorm.ick ana other implements, bad nothing to complain of. Mr. AtcAInhon states that in view o'-r the fact that a. large percentage o'f tho grain slil'l remains unthroBhod, the farmers wore doing satisfactorily in making provision for ithe paymont of th'eir accounts. Mat- KelcbBtRg on N'ov. wero decidedly better than last year and the general outlook was ex- tremely favorablw. Mr. Allison, of Hie Tmlhopc Com- pany, also evpro.i'.-ed hi ins-elf as being satisfied with collections being mado TO SERVE tN CHINA Manilla, Nov. 15th-Infan- try which ie due to hen Dec. 1, probably will be Kfft at olkCtt to China. The soldiers win arrive on the transport Thomas and. will for China on same boat. The reg- ment will be to toiH strength by transfer from other regi- ments and will probably prepar- ed before departure for the lonf e-tay in territory. HE CLAIMS TO HAVE A CUHE FOR CANCER Cologne, Germany, Nov. 31.-rDt. Otto Schmidt, well known cancer ex- pert ol this city, has applied for tte Italian Maraiai prize of tSO.GOO of- jil to the discoverer of a cancer scrum, who can prove that he been successful in healing five cases by means of his remedy. Dr, Schmidt asserts he is able to prove ic has made forty cures. HOT AIR VENTURE EAS AFTERKATB by his firm, conudcrlng the fact thut SHCETARY OF DEFUT'CT COM- tlle s'tonu ej.vrienccd here sometime ago, a cheek on mattf.TR. lOvcry- tains is now running smoothly and we look f'rr satisfactory collections all round. PANY CALLED ON TO HE- DEEM STOCK know what the policy of the govern- ment was in regard io the Canadian navy and fit her questions. Edmonton, by a C. P. R. pn.Ronnc'r train joanjidian missionaries T aonal oninlon that the chniige is nflar sonio hours from 't'io provin MISSIONARIES ARE SAFE Toronto, ,Nov. rablcgrnm re- cclvcfl bore tonight announces snt'o arrival nt Shanghai of t.weJvo with tliolr uffooted It will meet with general fa- vor among tlie larft body, of tho afterwards In tire Saskatoon hoipltal. McTavIsh was driving io towu for iiid.d joal, of gzo which has heon practically cut. off from communication for several All IK ittit borne, London. N'ov. t.J--s here Jol'.u Clnrk, of Woodi-'fnclc. ivfnv- ________________ Tho condition o1? affairs al the T. lored and interest nt !s. Company was -June 21, 1000, from B LOOKING FOR CONTRACTS jtha same. Tho general opinion !Keenlttyside, formerly of London but Sheffield. Nov. intcroat the iniploniflnt men is oiio of decided now of Roglna. NO defence was cvfar- la naturally shown here In the as they unanimously Mr. Kennteyslde In Iflfifi was SPC- adian naval proposals. Some no trouble In collecting their i rotary of the Amalgamated Oil Corn- back, it was reported that Cnmpb-sll accoi.inta from their customers who jpany of Canada aiwl in wrltinn I.aird Co.. of llirkonhead were well in the running for tho con-tract for the Canadian ships, but II Is now understood here that Victors Son, and Maim R. Hrown Co. wttre likely tn assisted lu carrying .out the .work, have been, face to faco frequently with serious reverses in weather con- ditions. Utmly's Lane Methodist Church colAnrnted its 117th anniversary yos- tenlay, to repurchase at full price, SOOp o[ stock sold to Glark, it the latter so (lesiTod at the expiration of years. Me was then catted on forfeit this agreement but. refused and the present action resulted. The stock is now of DO commercial ;