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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. Alta.. Wednesday, October 4, Number 248. PFTQ TI4I7 P D D r A Vit 1D 1WH L.r.K. LA METHODISTS HAVE GREAT GATHERING IN TORONTO Ecunemieal Confer ence Meets in Ontario This Week Toronto, Onl., Oct. cimljnuiiiK until Oct. 17 the "tinds of UK-, Kiiclli" will he gathered to-: Aether in Hie Metropolitan church, uYe occasion being the fourth Ecumenical conference of that (tanoininaiion, fourth, it. may be in order of ur ness ion, most like- ly' first in potential power. The con-: fort-nee nice very-.. ten years. A s 1' Ecumenical'' "World Wide'', Methodists from all parts of the glohi! will he present. iMigland, many, France, Russia and Hal, will j A LANCASTER M p he in the forefront, while China, .la-, For are bc pun, ICoreu, Hawaii, and the Islands i ing him for a seat in the Bpr- of ihe Paciric will have their voice. I den Cabinet KVCII (hi: West Indies, Sierre the home of the hlack.s, India, Cey-' Ion and fur-off Australia will not lie1 found wanting. Kriends from the neighboring republic will practice j spiritual reciprocity, and upon ihej kindness and generosity of the (.'ana-j. diaii .church, especially the lion in Toronto will fall the pleasant1 of host. Of the delegates there; will five hundred and these with; flccomp'iin'fng visitors will swell Uia' .mint-tiers of the nnt-of-town con.ling-j 'hundred, which- will represent in all a denominational for- ONE KILLED AND TWO HURT 4i-lclH'c' "Oet injured' and two male I ITALY'S NAVY STARTS THE BOMBARDMENT OF TRIPOLI It is Reported That Troops Landed and Hoisted the Italian Flag --Turkish Governor Asked That he be Allowed Time to Communicate With his Government Before Surrender- ing--Refugees Receive Warm Welcome in Greece Homo, last official word from Tripoli comes from Vice-Ad- miral KaravaHi, who notified the Italian thai he had givwi the Turkish comnia.iuler until Tuesday lo surrender. _The .special editor of the Koine Tribiina published the statement thai the Kalian cruisers entered the harbor Tuesday aflernoon and bombard- ed the .forts and the governor's cast-le. made a landiiig- and hoisted the Kalian flag. The most important naval, capture of the war so far is that of the Turk- ish transport Sabah with a Turkish general, a. large consignment of troops and much ainimimtioii aboard. Corfu reports thai: tlie Duke D'A bruxxi in eom- inand of a flotilla, fleet off I'rcvsa .threatens a bombardment of that place. The Porto's appeal to the powers lias been answered by the powers to [he-effect that they cannot offer niediniion until a basis of settlement is suggested on the lines of Italian demands: Late reporls from Constantinople say that a new cabinet lias been nominated aiid'lhat it will continue the policy of looking to mediation. Two Turkish battleships and a cruiser have been sent to reinforce the squad-i ron in'the Danlenelles. 'Turkey, it isslalC'd, has troops steamers now held up at: Suez. This tends to confirm the Vienna report that! Turkey has ordered the Yemen expeditionary force to occupy the coast of the l.talian colony of Trites with the support of a squadron of warships. (Continued on page A PITCHED BATTLE WITH THE STRIKE BREAKERS ALEX McCALL. ex.-M.P. Defeated in Norfolk, Ontario, by Hon. W. A. Liberal. A DOZEN MEN LOST THEIR CHARGED WITH tv niillipns of people. The purpose ol auto painfully hurt I confluence is neither legislative IS result ;ln accident which, it will' not .this-.afternoon the i with, matters of church It is St' "I H appears that while Ihe par-tv were I in 'function the groii' a'0i's U'e fond True Bill Against Promi- 5 deriving. Methodism'will he discussed along with their adoption to world "Ir01's" :1 rcquircinonts .of the present day Mi'rlllil W'tal. .Ihe various .subjects are dealt 'with "'hill! Dcmelrcs. and m- the sense of the conference will he lvcnj I MANSLAUGHTER nent Hamilton Insurance Agent lor final disposition There will he. C'al WaS llmvn lho ffalcl's' 1Iamil- t wo sessions oi the conference tod-iv llllck an'1 tllcl''' "10st insurance ag- ot 10 o'clock ia the wcre in lllp Holcl Dic" on the charge of manslaughter. conference with n devotional servic-c' Ma'iamc "ros" nut of the death Ilcv. Carman .General Superin' was Sl" six ago. tcndent oi the Methodist Church "r- coroner, as a result of heing struck by Canada, presiding The conference lomorrow morn- automobile. The charges entered sermon will be preached hy Rev." I wore, manslaughter, rv Haigh, president, oi the Weslcyan I Methodist Conference in who is mil unfamiliar to Canadian i 1 bllnll I Methodists. Following (he sermon! the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed in which the follow-j ing will take, part Bishop '.I. M. Walrien, Bishop Wilson, Rishop II. F. Lee. D.D., Hev. Henry Haigh, Rev. Kdwin Dal ton and Hcv. rieorge Parker. The business of Ihe aflernoon session after ihe elec- tion of'officers and nomination of a business committee' will be devoted to a general reception to the dele-1 galos. The evening session will he abandoned in order lhal thc delegates who have journeyed .from points may rest. Hfln. Waller Him- j eh-clions. and this year is no cxccp- cinian, Minister of I-jducalion in matter was broached at the HriMsh cabinet, who was elucied to "'feting oi ihe city council yester- bc president and lake part in the. Jl-v' called forth a heated dis- discussion oi "Intcrnalional Rela- i cus.sion. Secretary-Treasurer lioHn- tions and will not j 'on 'las completed the list for he able to come as lie finds which will he posted on loo much piesscd with business to j Tim point calling forth the discus- HAVE A VOTE In Municipal Charter Doesn't Permit I Every year (hn question nf.qtialiH- iL-niion for the municipal voters' list distant i Uiu municipal leckless driving, and causing grievous bodily- harm. BAD STORM ON NORTH SEA Hamburg, Oct. steam- ers report having encountered in the North Sea tire worst storm they have experienced in several decad- es. A number of wrecked vessels wera .passed, the crews of which pre- sumably were drowned. Shipping dis- asters also ara reported from the Baltic. An unknown German sailing ship is known to have gone down with Us crew. MEDIE HAT WILL THEM C.P.R. Decides to Locate Western Shops at Calgary Montreal, Oct. gets the Canadian Pacific shops to be established in Western Canada. Medicine Hat was the chief com- petitor but Calgary had. the sup- port of Sir Thos. Shaughnesty and won out. It is understood Sir Wm. Whyte strongly favored Med- icine Hat. The latter city had counted on securing this great in- dustry, and there will be keen disappointment over the rail- road's decision. CANCEL CONTRACTS Superior, Wis., Oct. to Occurred in the Railway Yards at McComb, Mich. .Jackson, Miss., Oct. a pitch- ed battle in tile freight yards of the. j Illinois Central at MeComl) City be- tween strikers and strikebreakers lalo today several persons are reported to: ilave been killed and others wounded. Governor N'ocl ordered out the troops ut 7-M o'clock tonight and two mil ilia companies are hurrying to the scene. Adjutant (Jeneral Kridge with' a viuill tin tpital Iifjhl Onrdl left 01 i spiutl tun for en, where he will be joined by the Hi on hivu and com) antes Details oi Ihe fiRht in the McConib vanls arc- diflicuit. to secure. The special, bearing the conUliiied on its journey to New Or- leans, where it is reported were killed. A Clash at Durant Dinnt Miss Oct il per- sons were injured today in a clash tn of Uuint ind party oi strikebreakers destined for points soiilh oi .lackson. Prcccdim; tile nun cimc T elephone from Winuna, asserting that when the train made a brief stop at that point n inj- of the men disembarked and helped themselves lo merchandise fion stoics m tin of the station and refused to pay. When tin. ti mi uachid Dm int a number oi Toronto, Onl., Oct. special to "aturc the that'the new goveru-j ;.recl; mcutw, nt 9M T ment will probably repudiate the con-I tirac.kccper, son o iract, awarded ibis week by lMimA w Lanrier cabinet lor the Quebec N.T. j R. lenninals and extensions of the Intercolonial. Says thc News: "The] METHODIST MINISTER DEAD schcim- 1ms no precedent, in British i Oct _Rev w M LcSislational practices. It i by, a retired Jlethodist minister, died thinkable that a government will here, assume responsibility for acts of this j sort perpetrated by a hostile prede-j cessor in the very act of dissplulion. It can he prophesied (hat all the at- tempts to malic a last snatch at the sweets of patronage will bc balked." dozen men were killed when a Great'tin u u lilt the coaches and started Northern hoarding car train..wns-dc-j'" t'n- diuclion of n uoj stores railed while switching into a siding. ut" moL a hail oi stones The accident was due to a thc> 'switch and spreading The wav luck to the ling cars containing the men .were de-i ele hurt L.........I....I inn it it, sntil seicil! ot the strili Imalers weic The Igmid actompatuinf tl men deny paimiil K is mused ior the goods' taken it The tram was ip ot ten coicliLS with aboufc Will Repudiate crnsliing.many horribly and Made by the Retiring Government killing ten. -The aceident occurred, half a mile south of Urookster at place called Tubor, Minn. Doctors and nurses, together will, a wr CHILDREN LEFT WITHOUT FOOD APPRECIATION OF WORK OF PRINCIPAL PATRICK Toronto, om, Oct. S'.-AI a meet-1 Mother Went Away in ne the Presbyterian church held to- Search of Sad Case day a committee was appointed to prepare a resolution on appreciation of the work of the lata Principal Pal- let- of Manitoba College. span; thc time for the trip. SASKATCHEWAN DEALS SENSIBLY WITH THE COAL SITUATION Kansas City, Oct. chil- dren, the eldest 7 years old, and the youngest n months old, left alone for nearly three days with nothing to lent pave a hitlf loaf o! bread, were. j found by the police, in a bare' j cottage in the outskirts ot thc city. nortnun uiucs. Troops Arrive McC'omh City, Miss., Oct. 2 o'clock this morning, troops from fliocli under the com maml of Adjutant Fridge and Cap- tain Fissctt U A numbering sixti foui officers and im.n icacheii McConib where there trou- ble m-.krdij between strikers and stale haikers The, now patiollinh the propcrt) uf all road compini No one mis hurt bv Hit ion at the shops which od' cnrreo t.hiK morning. Explosion in Stop, McLOmb Citi Miss Oct explosion said to be dunmite oc- curred in tin. nilioid shops a( 1 30 o'clock this moraine; in the vicinit) of a hundred or more striko- ireilers m qinrtercd The explosion was follovMd In several shots llli.s loin tlu mil tn hid not arrived ind H is not known whether. any -nsimlitips resulted from the erplo- :ion. ONLY 38 BODIES RECOVERED Austin, Pa.. Oct. six boS- s recovered from the flood wreck- Regina, Rask., Oct. Families in (rouble between the miners and the I famine, in an interview loday remole p.'irls oi .Saskatchewan may operators occurred. Since -April publicity eampaign said i who is sufil lo Imyp left tli .Sunriay in sran-li of work. ,ol be able maintain their idcn- PROTEST RETURN OFEMR, M.P. jsion was whether tenants have IheUitv in their separate homes during right io vote or not. According !oi the coming winter according of nccorrlmg to -slaUiiTirnts made by governinpnt of- has nrrivrd in the nf llli-s winltir WJIS from nny.ot ilic larger mint's from illinCily Charter Ihry have not Hits sliURincnls made al, the Legislative- f n IriKhl, and on Iliis basis the voters' j onices today. The supplies of fuel nL lisi.s have bi-cn up. Aid. croi't look nxonpf.itin to this ruling. will be so short thai sniaJl of neighbors may ho comjH'lh'd tn Sle Scholastiqiic, Oct. 'Aniln: Kantciix, Conservative ilist camUdntr in the division of Fwn Mountains has confriiti'd Hit1, election nf Air. ,J. A. C. Ethier, Liheral, who declart-'d elected by acclamation S (u certain technical irregulan- in Kan ten x nomination pu- 'Pint protest was formally Mu litild tlml n Irnnr.l, paj-K the tux-! hiiiich nn in parts of the country. It tin: property hn is will ho clearly injp-jsKiblc to mainuiin jwhnn lit! the rent. lie snicl thai [JITS in every home and ihe only re- G.'lip had Hiat. matli-r out will hn to assemble two in court here today, Mr. ti-ii.v staling (.Iiati hoth canrtirtatrK ucrc present, with Iheir (H'posits nQiiuiiatioii day find his papers Lethbridge was only a small Iowa, more iamilirs in one residence. ami he liad been tin: first tenant in the cily to municipal tnal- k-rs. A hi l-'raync support condition la" IIRV. u-ho Imni vi'IilKl> to ]v'-' of tin1 oilier nuini-j Stewart, neither the sex nor approximate age of 'the victim could d-aterniin- ed, the total number of dead iu the Cfilastroph'a of last Saturday now stands at 38. All but one of the bod- ies were identified. local government has been dealing ac-j i.ivciy with ihr situation for ihe jmst! months and during the last; IhirU- j, slill more rnnipiugn of publicity has been car- j lesidi-nis of (he danger of a OLIVER RUMOR AGAIN CIRCULATES BID GGoDBYE TO MONTREAL accepted at the time I have bct'ii held. poll sho.lid (he individual cniisuruvis to briny Hint f ho'charter would not allow (pressure u. bear on the local dealers iUid induce Ihe latter to buy coa.1 now. The trnulile in Ibis province is dim In the closing up of the mines in Iliem tlnit privilege. Aid. Bowman said that tlie only trouble was that (be and tenant, of ft small S'iO'Q sliacl; would bolh have Ihe lo page .Albi'rla and llrifish Columbia in Ihe spring of thu present, year when thu efa! to the News from 01 (awn suys a rumor is current that lion. Oliver will ivsiRii ff his sent in 1'arllamcm ttnd re- turn to nowspHjicr work. to the sciinul hoards, LARQR RANCHER Montreal. 3.-Tlipir IN of trade, to justices of' GOES OUT'OF BUSINESS alul t'oiinh'ss tircy and the Ihe f-i-ace, and to all oilier public'1 Island.1 Ocl. Sybil and Kvirlyn Oruy nrriv- liodlt-s. Xotliinir hft undoni- tocoii-, HniHn_. .orojiroaslve meat mon of cd in .Munircal this evening. Tonight, T.omorrow 1 lis Kxtell- mice the people pmvira-e llnv-3 "Olifrlit out the old the danBci was a real one and lhal I" :l II.....rdinan sources of M......y would "r "rnv rillil- cerlamlv fail Ilifiu especially! of oivn-enc, will ollicially umcil thc slatulu j in Hi.' remote parts of coun-; I In served branch hues of rail-, 11. n'snlls: oi campaign Mr. Mndnuiat mid family will di; ol publicily were not ujiparrnt until I their lime bt'tween their recenliy, bui, Ihr inovcmcnt iConiiiiued on jiagu 5.) I Blend hvro and their fruit farm on J Vancouver Island. in iii-iimn1) of ihr late Jqlin I wlin did much for the jieVelopmenl, of port