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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge DaUy Herald Volume IV. Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, November Number 203 DURBAR BE LOSER BYJT Steanrufcr Carrying Supplies Stranded Causing Vex- atious Delay Nov! steamship changed hands this morning, Murray selling out his interests to J. W. Stokes ot Calgary. The deal is for cash, nnd involves a sum well up in the five figures; Ilencliey 'Irom London Is stranded' at JIT. stokos, who Is oire of the best Jliniciy. She has1 on braird a large knOwn hotel men In the province, consignment of articles for use in 'spent the greater part of last week in the Durbar at Delhi. These Include looking over the business, the for King George's horses, WilB so won pleased with the out- niauy'wiuiien's gowns and men's unl- look ,ll9t he yesterday and forms nii'ii four hundred cases of fire lMs m0nilng the final papers were Atorks. >l is improbable that any of signed UI, part of ,low 8tarr has 'thcsn articles will reach Delhi In time arrjvea, and the new management will .for the. ceremonies, C. A. MAGRATH'S OTTAWA SPEECH HOTEL SOLD TO W. J. STOKES OF CALGARY Well Known Hostelry Changes Hands at Fancy Owner May Add Two Has Great Faith in Future of Lethbridge. In one of tho largest deals .which, pany have hotels In Calgary, Stavoly, has been put through in the city Deer ami Bdmonton. A. B. Cross, some months, the Alexandra Hotel President or the Calwry Brewing Co., is the other member of the company. Mr. Stokes states that he will run the hostelry along the' most approved lines, and that he will do overything possible to keep up the reputation Mr. -Murray lias made among tho travel- ling public. As the need arises im- provements will be added to make the house one of the best equipped auy- where in Western Canada. There Is a rumor, which the new management will not yet confirm, that two new storeys win he added to the building in the course of the coming year. The proprietor of Ihe Alexandra, Mr. Murray, will leave in the course of R couple off .weeks for California, where he will spend the winter. He win, however, return about March 1 to look after Ms farm land. He has have charge in the course of a day or two. To the Herald thla morning Mr. Stokes, who is a member of Em- pire Hotel Co., of Calgary, stated that In Ills opinion Lethbridge will next year be one of the most progressive cities in the west. He looks for a NE TEMERE BIG ISSUE IN EAST Ecclesiastics Hammer at Each Other With pen and ink K CONSISTORY MEETS AT ROME TO FILL CARDINAL COLLEGE Impressive Scene as Prelates Gather in Obedience to Command of Pius Be Pope's Farewell Consistory Home. Nov. great gather- ing in connection with the consistory at which several prelates'were. raised to the cardinalnte, was convened to- day, hjeingi ntlciided pomp and, splendor. with the usual The consistory received added siguiflcance from the Ottawa, Nov. of this decree lies the question at issue and one held under the present in. in this question are involved not Only health of IIjs the rights of 'Roman Catholics of the province ot "Quebec, but the be held Thursday in the hall of tilicntion insk-ad of in Sala. at first planned, much larger and The former 'hall is was decided upon this morning because of the great number of applications for arimit- ___________ _____ Today's ceremony, though fact that it is likely to be the last'comparatively simple, was carried out I with stately dignity ami which has characterized the institution from its miraculous turn, which is improb- able. He has maladies which arc men- uiraFaiiii' personal rights of every icing owing to' his'licart's action bc- cltizen of lire Dominion oi Canada." ing weak. This consistory is prompt- reading and thinking public in this Part of His Holiness to have the Col- fonrt Has the church of Home cvor received or jurisdiction over ami, above the supremacy of the earliest days. Save lor those partici- pating it might have been a .scene from the thirteenth or fourteenth cen- tury. In olden times "the' sacred ITALY'S FLEET MAY BE IN ACTION Gravest Fears Expressed as to Action in the Dardanelles Putin, Xov. the atrictoM uosorship in Italy over war newt despatch has coma through for (fee of Milan, stat- ing that rtportf lire current in that an action commenced- in the Aegean Sea and that bombardment lege .of at. full strength. Pope's nomination. Frequently sh ca" stopped Crown to', constitute itself absolute In accordance with the ecclesiastical !hencc tho privacy of the meeting At larlics sol- law 0 public consistory must be held .present, however, the consent .of afoot. judge'and pi two thousand acres under j !-'111 tivation and says that ho will remain to rjage validity of the "a." private gathering, whcn am. cardinals, with the excep- ten i en oome the n In Sunny Southern Alberta and go In may Ith. in to be al- tion of those front Spain and Ans- bnt notwith- tr'a will receive their red. hats. Sjian- strian prelates, as is pro- to Lethbridgo result jthe new management will continue to the archieves "rrt of the advertising this city has been .manage the hotel along up-to-dnto can be quoted as trustworthy witness tounUipi, "cene_hj rctta lirst given in all parts of the continents i lines, which will assure to give the necessary evidence, during the summer. The same com-1 good hotel accommodation. -eat increase in hotel travel" dire to I for ,'arming stronger than ever. Mr. together a legal but Austria Prelates ,s is nr fact that hundreds of people will Murray says that he is satisfied that standing its legs! tone, and history and Austrian prelates as is pro- Ottawa, Nov. announced C. A. Mngratli in address- ing the Canadian club cm Saturday afternoon, "to me lian become sl rcli- gid'O." He cont-iuued amiil applause: "I don't.waste time in discussing the fine: distinctions oi the term." Mr. asserted that all Canadians were imperialists-of some sort, but ho..divided thcin into two main tions. One section pressed for thtj do aratu unit of bmpire, trusting io the thread of soiiiiinienl to holil the vari- parU together. .Should Canada' become un independ- ent nation "Evan so'we could not remain a separate he contended. MONUMENT TO ETIENE CARTIER .Montreal Nov. 2G. Sir Charles ton federation was closely associated, Tupper has io ho y with Sir George Eiiennc and Sir r patron for the movement which has las its object the erection of a moiui- of their temporal) The public consistory will j memberH to the Papal, program ii as- sured in advance and the election-ji purely formal Greet Crowds The consistory was set for 9 o'clock and early in the day great gathcrud at St. Peter's and around isilica to witness, the arrival ot (Continued on page to give the necessary evidence." t'lc These were'the; words of Rev. Caii- sovereign on Henry Kittson, rector of Christ NEED HELP letocr on liiixc'd marriages issue. Caii- on Kittson Formerly was a Catholic. 'John A. Macdonald innrmging confcilcnition, and it is therefore irefore St. Nov. suf- Failing to find in Sir Richard Scott's flxperienced In the famine of Icttcfc-a-elciir'-aiid candid answer to 1SB1 question 'Of Honiiin Catholic nl i caim ion ot the to sir Oeocbc Kticnnc Carticr. most appropriate, that he should Montreal, as say- rilo: srelopmcnt of a Clmrles. Tupper, who is one M ipromineiUly idcntincd with the move- j ,.jn. of (Juehec E'triI1 IJt- h V and spread heen demonstrated to them ,.00m, painted by the City Slen Coaldale sot together and gave the third hundred. Outside Subfcriptioni During tire day the collectors had Hent messages p-lo those holding inter- ests at Coaldale but who were away for, the winter. Tho Albert-n Securities we're the first heard from. They took a JSO block. Ottawa, Nov. are two vacancies in the trade what the approval of this route means to. the community at large. One fact comes prominently to the surface, however, namely, that our federal representative, Warnocif, was on the spot to see that the in- terests oi this section of, his consti- tuency were safeguarded. A new feature in the railway, propo- sitions affecting this immediate sec- tion, is contained in the report; that the C.l'.R. the Pincher Cjty people to move to a new. townsite east of its present the A. R. I. line is to make con- Cheers greeted the message that the coming mayor of Lethbridge, Geo. M. Hatch, had phoned a subscription of ?25.' Mr.: Hatch's farm is near Coaldaie. Mr. Van Winkle was hoard from all the way f-rom Kentucky. Dr. Cragg and 'Dr. McNaljy both sent out Iloiissea'us1 hotel, .John Kites store, ed over towardi the starboard by the amf five other stoics in tho Roy ejplonlon. Lapointo, Jos.' After this the transverse SI J.'fi., Roy, C. Cote and bulkhead was blown ift from' frame1 3ine'lic. Ttirci private also swept away belonging P t-oulin C. Gosselin and Eugene, by the first explosion, which re (moved that part of the vessel. rrrejoirci .At, fifteen minutes to nine Rev. Mr. Mltford, the pastor, climbjd on the armour the 5urpriMd crowd that he wanted to clear the from dobt. Tho crowd soon dwellings 24 by a second explosion atid hurled to Itself In the mud through the hole os cnthused the parsonage committee and at. nine o'clock five collectors, with cards prepared, left the nnd mingled .with the peo- ple. Signs were displayed to keep up the enthusiasm with "We will "It has to "The bachelors and babies must etc. Mr. Mackenzie of Knox church was HASO PAY BENDER The town.claimed that Mafcleoil, Alts., Nov. 27. J. for the tr.tal damage amountinc, i.. it ann Tim tnti-n tnnl. Hondikr rercivcd judgment of Sl.BSfl ngnliAt the. town oi Maclcod in the Miprciyc L'our.l Saturday un a con- K I fact the construction o( the due to j-cari ago. Header >ipes Joked for bnlirilni a 'Methodist pnr- the work was defective, and withheld jsonago. He was soon busy placln] the money lo reimburse itself for re-.hlockH. illeelne etc. iionder claimed the leaks Tho first 1100 was gathered In one 1 'S ufc wooden mlniito and the foiindntlon was laid with much ami IMPORTANT NOTICE Have you filled In your census papers yet? If not, be sure tint .pou do so tonight. The census takers will call at every house in ;.the, city tomorrow to collect the forms, and the Chief of Police, who has (his work in hand, de- sires that Hie forms may be nil filled out. He is very anxious tc make tills census correct in every sense of' the word. In case any householder has not yet received the necessary forms, the chief would be pleased to be notified of the fact, and ho will see that the forms arc delivered without dc- lar. Citizens could give tho chief a great deal of help in this import- ant undertaking If they would see that their forms are .filled out BO that all tho collectors will have would be to cull and collect them. Pill them in tonlcht, and hand them lo the co'llectbi-s to- morrow, and show that Loth- hildge has tlie population which every olie believes it. has. messages with subscriptions. Mr. nection with the Crow's Nest line. Kairfield, of the Experimental Farm, m, was iiist 'a proposition of 9 similar sent a nice subscription. Go Over the Mark With seven minutes to go there re- nature, made by. the C.P.R. to tbo people of Pjncher Creek, that has kept this town for so, many years three hundred, to collect. Mr. without railway connection frord were tn ft hied Mitford hud some subscriptions pincher Crrck people announced and oKered one bun- -invit.d to move io whlt, j, now idred for another hundred. It cam. cd Sutlcn, and jmt iu they did not act up to that Tlierc was still needed one hun- the rj.p.n. has done everything dollars to finish the roof. Twenty ,n ,t( powct (o taken Mm proceedun It al to pubMc anT rersations other party, nod whatever of Hen Von chter's intention until published He he any M vtood that the of tb. uation in Germany such couuKatloni. HAS CHAN BEEN GIVEN PORTFOLIO C. S. Chan, a. Ckiiwee gorernment offlclif, who vlaited Lctnbridgo some time ago, in the as having been chosen by the new Chinese jorernment aj president of the Board of Agriculture In the new cabinet. He is the of the agricultural eiperlment station at Mukden, in Manchuria, and Tialteq Canada for the purpote of okUlnlnr Information regardlni methods of rlculture In In oountrr. He WM alao much Inttrtited. ID Mounted Police while ami spent. the new building and the time keeper threadbare story with the merchants announced 19 minutes with a total here, and the same eonditloti ot at- collectlon fairs exists today exactly as it did when the proposition to move first made. It now remains to be seen what at- titude the I'incher City people, will take in the matter, supposing the re- pott to be an authentic one. (Continued on paie FORMER JOURNALIST HAS LANDED A JOB Ottawa, Nov. ft. McNeil, for- merly of press gnllery at Ottawa, lias been appointed secretary to John chief engineer of Hudson I Bay railway with headquarters In 'Winnipeg. For two seasons Mr. Me- '.Veil was employed on. the Hudson Bay railway-survey, first as chief transport officer and during the last season as photosrapher. Mr. Arm- next Brltlih military officer who strong, who has been In the city on I will Canada to Inspect Canadian OERMAN RECALLIO Berlin, Nov. crull- ers Berlin and gunboat Ebar hurt been recalled from Agadlr in Morocco where they have been stationed since departure of the gunboat Panthr laat Julr WOULD DUNDONALD COME BACK Ottawa, Nov. Evening Journal "It Is not unlikely that country, Lord Dundonald. Hon. Sam Hughes, minister of mtlHia, .hae heard nothing of the rumors. He stated that appointment of a Flrltiflh officer department business, for theinilitia will be the former command-j to. inapect-Canadian army rests iweit tonight. jinf eilcer ot BlUtarr fvrcm with tin British wnr ;