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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald LetUhridge, Allu.. October .'5, 101.1.'. C.N.R. STARTSBIC LIST OFA TURKISH TRANSPORT IS REPORTED GRADING AT MACLEOD That is the Report There Prospects Better (Special Lo the Macleod, Oct. is ruinoivd licit; tliat Uic C. "N. H- will t-oniMA ace grading oporatinns hero llii.s week and the roimrt1 seems to JiaVf conic from official sources. About sixty U'iims and upwards of Jjvu niun will be needed to start the v.'oi'l1, rind (hose are expected lo nr- rivi- in liio uourKp of a couple of days'. The work will the grading of the road south of Macloorl, and as the goes on more men and team CRIMINAL CASES To be Heard at Sittings of Supreme Court Next Week Thirteen criminal cases are ftet down for the sitting of the Supreme Court which begins hero next TIIOS- day, October 10. Chl-jf Juvllce fey will lie the presiding judge. The following is a list of ibe cases set down Hex vs. Poiiech, theit from C. P. R. Hex vs. Geo. U'hltford, murder. H-3.V vs. Southwick, attempted mur- der. Hex vs. .lonns Nicholas, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, at Grassy Luke. vs- J- w- Suencer, Grassy Lake used, as in time the farmers' of Hex vs. Medicine Sing, iiorse steal- Numbrr 247, TO HAVE BEEN SHELLED AND SUNK It is Said That the Grand Vizier is Going to Resign-Can't Form a Government--Italian Troops did not Land in Albania --Wonderful Work of Duke of Abruzzi Lojldon, Oct. despatch to 'loyds from Corful, says two Turkish torjAjdo boats were sunk and a third captured off near Pervasa by the patrolling Kalian fleet. "I learn from trustworthy source tt-ains .which are at present bu.sy har- vesting will hot be in use and will j ing. he able to do this work. II. L. Ver- Rex vs. Htrtton COL-. the engineer o! the (J. N. K. has that our ships have begun the bom bardment ot Tripoli. Reports from Iho division of torpedo boats and torpedo boat destroyers under Vice London, Oct. 2.-A correspondent at describe the lelegraphs this message, "I am "tter ''he impression of ho- Infonned that the British cruiser Ab-1 a go BheP or rcst- IHls orders are isued without Intel ruptiou day or night while his crlili the Vetiar Plsnnl. seems to have CHARGE CHIEF COMMITTEE TO WITH CRUEL oukir received wireless despatches stating that Tripoli had been occupied by the Italians.'1 Athens, Greece. Oct. semi-of- the gift of omnipotence being boi'a, there and everywhere. Being asked he managed to be alwavs oil the Turl S, fSaJ'S thS V'Ce Admiral iurklsh charged affaires has inform- trained himself to this during his exploration of Mount St. Elias, and ed the Foreign 'Minister that Greece Adam i in town for the past few days Sllult stealing water. Golitko vs. Joe. Bolts, as ,_ -b intent. thought that his purpose I vs- Joe Mangln, assault 01 1 Louis Evangelists, stabbing will knife. Hex vs. Allie Messer, indecent as sault. Hex vs. Jas H. Fi'aldB, statutory of fence. Hex vs. Chaa. R. Dennis, rape. 1 Rex vs. Dawson. nnd it, in to arrange for the starting of ihe vorii 'This will put considerable more money in circulation in Macleod this fall as the pay roll will uece: iarily be quite large. Another rumor is also afloat to tl eflcot. that the C.H.R. will build new steel bridge across the Old Ma Kivor for their Calgary road to rt place thu wooden structure which now getting quite old and uncertain The bridge will cost in the neighbor hood of JlOO.OflO and will be startei as soon as the river freezes over, ani will be completed by surir.g. R. T. McNichol has opened a rea rafale office in the. rooms in th -Mctcie-O'Brien Block, recently vacat by..C.-.F.. Harris. I Ion. Peter McLaren, of Perth, Oat 3s a in Macleod. Harvesting operations in this dis- trict are almost completed ahi wilh line weather this week will see all of the grain cut. Up till Sunday evening the weather hart been excel- lent for the rain .started on Sunday night.and lasted till this evening. Most of the crops in this district have escaped damage only a few being hurt to any extent by frost. The crop will be lunch larger and of much better grade than was rvpecled two weeks ago. Threshing will last longer this year than before as there does .not seem to be enough machines in the district for the acre- age under, crop. The fields already cut and Ihreshed have yielded very well and although they are not of such a high grade they are averaging better than .two years ago. NUMBER OF MEN WHOJVENT OUT Figures in the Harriman Railway Strike Don't Agree issued oniglit by railroa'd officials and union eaclers who are directing the strike of employees on the Harriman rail- oads inHuding the Illinois Central, till show a wide variance In estimat- ig the number of men involved. Ac- ordlng to Julius', Kruttslilntt, vice- resident of tiie Southern Pacific, hut 000 men left their work on the Un- m Pacific lines. J. A. Franklin, Int- ernational president of the Boller- akers, was equally positive that 00 or more are out. There Is a close greement between the estimates of number of Illinois Central strik- W. L. Park, general manager, es- m-ated that sixty-three per cent, ruck. Union officials claim that the tal ii close to 90 per cent. iwed not -take offence at the Turkish Iroops' movemenls on the frontier, as they are due to start for war any moment. Did Not Land in Albania London, Oct. Italian am- bassador -tonight absolutely denied to (be foreign minister that Italians had been landed at Prevasa and em- phatically assured him that Italy would leave Albania alone. The lim- itation of the war scene however, does not extend -to the high seas and therefore the Italian fleet lias only, one purpose in view, that of being, able to carry out the provisions of.! the ultimatum of Turkey which calls for the military occupation of Tri- poli. Grand Vizier to Resign Constantinople, Oct. is report- ed that Isaia Pasha's resignation as Grand is impending to his in- Lbility to form a hew cabinet and; unwillingness ot the late cabinet j st'ar to face the reassembling of he Chamber on October Hth. It. is aid that Pasha's most likely success- is to be Kiamil Pasha, the oreign minister, which implies tlie erious defeat of the committee of nion and progress. It is alleged Hint remarkable revulsion of feeling in ivor of England has occurred in military circles which would wel- come a non-partisan cabinet presided over by Kiamil Pasha, with Pasha as War Minister, v Turklth Transport Sunk Oct. despatch .to the Tribune from Lain, says that a steam- er which arrived there at 5 o'clock1 this evening brought news that the trar-sport Derena has been his attempt to reach the North Pole. A Picturesque Description Rome, Oct: long special des- patch from describes pictur- esquely appearance of Italy "on the eve of Italian occupation." The native population, it appears, is tak- ing the course of with stoical Indifference, although the foreign Medicine Hat Council Re- fuses to Investigate Charges (Special to'the Medicine Hat, Oct. the fact that a petition signed by 200 of isignation of the nastoi, A the leading residents of the citj-, j Gordon, was discussed inosily business men, and which v oil and windows barred. Hundreds of houses have been vacated. Terror has seized the liihabltanis and all terrac- es are empty except that at tile Ital- ian consulate which Is occupied by correspondents. The hospital con- ducted by Italian uuns waves the lied Cross flag. A bold monk dis- tinguished by his loiig. flowing beard, has climbed to the top of the bell tower on the Italian Catholic monas- tery and hoisted the German flag. The few remaining Italians nwait 1m- patiently Local! last night refused to'order an. invcs-! was SELECT NEW PASTOR Action Taken by the Con- gregation of Knox Pres- byterian Church At ;l congiLgational meeting held n Knox church last evening the re- M That there was was much inteust in the business he- backed a committee ot 20 when fore the meeting evidenced by the it was. presented, the city council large number present Mr. Gordoa. tune Chief of Police John A letter from R. B. fee houses in the Arab quarter re- jpened, and priests aivj appearing on the small balconies of Minarets, in- _ _ to prayer. Crowds ot! "lit If Arabs fathered at different points and I "I'o'oglzi! to 12 Calgary, was also brought up. He ifclejolm. connection with Uic church w Bennett, of which ho had been connected (or i did not read notice in Turkish which say: The'Italian government made an .un- just demand on Turkey asking her to give up Tripoli." i'he Turkish cab- it-together with, the Parliament is preparing a definite answer to give lo Italy. Meanwhile they adjure the population to remain quiet and yect Italians. This is the message received by local authorities from Consljn'Unople. It has been expected that today client, and who claims he was wroiu ly irealeu and abused by the chief. long as he has nude manv friends during his st-n in the citv How- B. Fleming, his ever, his resignation would go before There a warm session of the Presbyterv at an eailv date, and would be considered as soon as pos- whcn the board would DC in a council over the matter and some opposition to engage a new pastor, the men who accompanied the peti- In this connection Air lion got angry and spoke with Gordon said he council .spoke of laying j throwing out some suggestions as to n_ .._..._ heat when th the petition on the table. The council decided that they woul do nothing till after the action 0 Sir. Fleming had been disposed of. that he would lake the libcrtv of. KING VjCTOR EMMANUEL OF ITALY population .has largely fled and most CALLED TO BHANTFORD Woodstock. Oct. 2_Rev. K. 1 Cochrane. who succeeded Rev. Mvi- of tin1 late Mr. Win. Arthur tstuiirt, a prominent f'Ktalc man who killed in a collision on the lines of the company on Aug. 10th, j his l. Mr.s. Stuart claims that tlie1 Fsirbniih-3, Alaska, tcsUmonv at intinc.sl shows that', (fourteen men who 150 DEAD Pittsburg. Oc-i. latest news from the some of the Austin, Pa., tragedy. Is that the' loliil number of dead will probably bo about 150. NELSON'S BUILDING ACTIVITY Nelson. B. C.. Oct. S.-Afgreeting the building permits last month showed an increase those of the same month Inut year which probably a record in the'history of lHin. The percentage of Inc'rente ?50. The lotal for September, 1910 was For the year to date the Increase is about over the figures for the same period last year which ware the brakes on one of the cars ed in (he collision was oul (if order that the ij'otoiman was inoxpcricnc- ENTOMBED MINERS RESCUED Oct. entombed in Dome Creek FRENCH EDITOR Oct. T. Berthi- aiinic, proprietor oi Press, has (.he Shakesjieure mine o were rescued todjty none the worse Tor ed and that .sand was SJ trill not used on the track nor other lhey "nli "een visloned was enlarged by thawing un- issiiB-l a statenu-nt, saying that was misinterpreted in the report. inlcn-iew yesterday in which was slated that he hud declared t Sir Wilfrid Lnuricr could reinstated as successful leader. Syracuse, N. V., Oct. the con- vention of the New York Stale Em- jre' Associalion, which opened lero today, a proposition made change the name undertaker to 'mortician." A for Ihe change of name wa he made by Pro. Horace Moll, of Chicago nf who said: "If over we are going to elevate tb profession, we must begin the wori and we should start by a name which 'has been jcct to ridicule for so long.1' nerlhmumc states (hat he was asked! ______ what result the action woiiNUiave on Sir Wilfrid's future. did not reply direct, BrauMor.I, Oct. 2.-According to the t'd ,nnr: Quebec could never hope of thn assessment depnit POPULATION INCREASES of Airicullure In Ctklnet FORMER FIRE CHIEF DEAD .Montreal, Oct. Fire '.'hlef .Mitchell found dead deith to botrt fall- BERLIN TO BE A CITY Berlin. Ont.. Ocl. ASBOSH- ment GoinmlcsionKr reports a popula- tion of I6.M3, an Incrsajo of 702, anil an assesament of The Council will lake immediate steps to apply for a city charter lo the Oovomor In Council, und Berlin will Ihe first city In Ontario lo mure cityhood iccordBg to 'Hie evndll LIBERAL 3EAT Sherbrooke, Oct. judicial recount took place today before Hon. Judge Hutchison, the Conservative candidate gaining oiw vote thereby, the majority of r. II. McCnw, Uboml, C. D. White, 40 th iiiTOin districts, and the population of HON.J.C.PATTERSON MENTIONED 'lvlth would Winnipeg, Oct. were not count- _. .mre are I reach over This year who Ken. .1. c. Patterson the hoto1 former minister of militia anil or lloutoinnt.tjoverDor of Manitobn who mil elected in North B.sei m', by 278 mftorlty, In 18S2 by tiSfl and In 18S7 by ntimd: an Excel- lent chance of appointment at n "tor under the new He hw for some ywrs IWPROVE FACILITIES .Ottawa, Oct. H is staled that the new government will recommend Ilicreue In the pottiil facilities tliroushont tho> Dominion ss noon as an nspectlon of the prevent liervlpe Uaa. As Mi Gordon's resiniation" may not be accepted by the Presby- tery for some time, this committee oxpcc.ts to have nho.it weel s to make the choice of his successor, and Mr. Gordon will remain as pastor until that lime During the evening t resolution committee was appointed This com. mitlec retired and among other reso- lutions hionght in was onr of thanks to vhe retjrinj; pastor for his tintir- ig efforts while leader of the con- rcgafjoa. Tills icsolution pass- ed by a unanimous of the con- gregation Be it rtsolvfd "That '.his. congregation desires to place on ccord its high appreciation and gra- titude to Rev. Mi Gordon for the services which he has icndered Ihis ion, for the past seven years, dupng which time he as hecn associated with Knov church it-s minister, 'And that; we also our earnest and hesl wishes lor his suc- ess in the nontintiiirion elsewhere of hi; work which he has so much at cart. "That o' llni, resolution he sent to Rev. Mr Gordon and be in- scribed on. tlie minute book of this congregation." JAS. CONMEE, Ex. M. P., Who Hit Decked to Retire from C.entMt In Ruiny Rjvtg ;