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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Fri The Lethbridge I! IV. AHa.. Friday, October 1. Number ARONESS IS FEELING BETTER Since Laurier Was Ousted From Power ,in Canada London, Oct. Macdon- widow of the late .Sir, .John j ftlacdonald, commenting nil the recent elerLions, said "I had not dared hone for such a sweeping answer from tiic people of Canada tir-Sir Wilfrid's 'atU'inpt to separate Canada from the Umpire, and by his reciprocity policy id pave the way for annexation ;uid absorption. 1 feared not tin; lures of j certain advantages which Canada in her high loyalty'has so gallantly ig- nored, but that the influence of Am- erican money was sure to lie freely i T l_ uswi to secure, if possible, tiic I hreshers Around laber America desires to sec fully carried! oui. The Imperial policy to which' my husband's long and strenuous life' GEp.-T'AXLOR P. for Leeds, for many years Chief Conservative'' Whip v A SCARCITY OF HARVEST LABOR Can't Get Enough Men to Work (Special lo the MAY FIND A SEAT FOR MAGRATH Conservatives Want Him in the New Admin- istration Toronto, Oct. Ottawa cor- respondent ot" the Toronto News, wlio is very close to Mr. Bordcn, says 'Air.'Foster probably will have his choice of entering the Cabinet or of Inking thc Chairmanship of tlie tariff com mission which tin: Govern- ment will create. There is also a formidable movement in favor of Mr. v W. F. Maclean, of South York, as L. Minister of Agriculture, and the more his fitness for ttie office is considered, combined with his political sagacity and Iiis capacity on the platform, the stronger Hie case in his behalf be- comes. It is also believed that; there Is disposition to find a scat For Mr. C. A. Mag rath, who was defeated in Medicine Mat, but who is held in very great personal regard in the West ami unquestionably would briiij iow, I strength to'the new Administration the! oueru- D. A. GORDON, Liberal M. P. re-eltcted in East Kent, DR. CLARKE'S BIG MAJORITY i Svsi'i cntirdr devoted lias been rnugni- j Jk.Tnlly justified and sustained ;ntri cnrried by routing tho party lie had j pvcr. fought, ugninsl his voice silent i Taber, Oct. tnvniy-one years aKo" and Iiis person-! lions are in full force again nl inllueiice gono feel he since Hie rain of the first 'of yet speaks as I read of franUc clirors k is it raayl ATT A PIT MIWTCTEP anil tic. .world-wide-, congratulation A I I ALlV TIUlljlCIl iirocress w thout lurther interruption, nimvil JJH which urceted thc success of his im-l1 litrial policy." Quantities of grain liajj been brought I into town, and iifuch luis been ship- TRAPFIC TIED WASHOUTS but owing to the. frost which .Milwaukee, Wle., Oct. sections of this dis- till the west end of the Chicago di- trict, and also owing the- vision of the Soo line, formerly Wis consin Central, is tied up by th OF JUSTICE Vienna, Oct. "Adder; n soc- ial democrat, attached the Minister second growth, winch was small and o[ of of I unripe when cut, the grades, are not uts between this city and Chip i a Falls. Much'of tbo work vcr-v U cxPcclc" on cut-offs hag been washed out jl-hat uhin !'K krn thn rains.of the: last tuentj foi r (bcgips to in 'fiourp, Passenger trains are being conn in is nnm termers routed over'another, division. AT CALGARY G Oct. S.-r-Commencing' Sat- urday, Nov. -11, Calgary land show, tha first of its kind ever lield in which will last 18. till sentences imposed upon 'those arrest- [rom the noith 'Cl' din-ing recent rioting at a meeting tint better i held in protest against the high cost of food. Close by I-lcrr Hechenburgcr, thc jMinister of Justice, sat Minister of Education Count Sturgkh, There was much excitement for a time and thc session was abruptly adjourned. It is supposed lhe attack was thc result of bitterness engendered against .the during the campaign FAMILY LIVE clam tl it tlit frost did nor touch them at-all. Threshers-.complain o[ a src between, ___ (Iiiantities. but the Canada could put out lOOfl tonsjier-day or in Trij more. This means: a great loss to j house of th Tahcr, and its business men. TROOPS PATROL SCENE OF STRIKE Haired withouf. Incident and the ap- pointment of a governor followed. The German consul informed Vice Admiral Favavella that d.uring the shelling of the town no harm had 'been done to any lunropean or dam- age to the property off Europeans. Turkish Fleet at Constantinople London, Oct. despatch to the Times from Constantinople says Unit the greater part of the Turkish fTect has arrived tlitere. It is unknown DUKE STARTS FOR CANADA U'cnssity of early placing orders for their winter fuel supply, if si nml famine is he avoided, Krpina coal i landed and oeenplod Fort Sul' 'the chiefs of the Arab tribes adjacent of endurance, three hundred and nfly Tripoli went aboard the Italian slfilo troops reiiifoiTeii by a maeliint! ifingahlp and expressed submission. ntrotli-'d the prpjtijrty of thc They dealers were never I'-roWMii. limn They I l-.ccp pace with Hii- 1 aro tiding jrusli through Riipplie illy disposed of prescnl, pace Thc. Xalibnal (iuards coin- panics at (iiilfporl, Abei'ilecn ami Co- lumbus iinvc tiecii ordered into ramp irders, and while i hurt1, and the two regular companies .lii-ir utmost to I of llu' SPCOInl "'gimonl; have hren or- ileri'd to hold themselves in.readiness they are piao Lh'e Italians not to re- boinhardineiil. The German consul us senior mem- ber of consular corps also visited the flagship and naked Vice Admiral Faravella in assume responsibility for tbo preservation of public order and tho. protection of the foreign Illl'V ail! pi llC- i j 'i J .1 MIV. IIIUIAJW'.HJII Ul IHU iwiuifill ICOI- It wa.s reported .today U.al, more aban. j on arrnai. coming to any frou-Ironed by tho Turkish troops. The up a great might arise from wholesale of thr rrsiilt'irl" will have tlieir i airo.st for allcgcflviolation of a admiral lamled other dctanhmcntn of j sitliors with guns including qiilok by Hits end of this I erni rcislralnlng onii-r against pieces and orptnlxefl Tripoli In- Jcrs interfering with railroad'business, military This was accorop- London, Oct. Duke of Con naught, accompanied by Duchess, sailed on the steamer, Empress of Ireland, from Liverpool today to as- sume tho office of Governor General of Caiindo, In which he succeeds ISarl Grey. Prince Arthur and Pmicess Victoria Patricia did not go with tlwlr parents, hut will join them in Ottawa later. A large party gatherud at tlic railway station here lo bltl the Duke nnd Duchess good bye. A portion of the ateanrer been reserved for them and the Duke's staff, aides, secretaries and physician. t whether the fleet was summoned in order to convince the doubting popu- Ince of its survival or whether it was sent in by the commiUt'e of union and progress to persuade Parliament that it wo.uld not he wise to refuse to vote confidence in the ministry. Neutrality of Bulgaria Constantinople. Oct. Bul- garian minister today conveyed to the Porte an assurance of the neu- trality of Bulgaria and also dented the report of the military mobiliza- tion in that kingdom.. The govern- ment originally intended to entrust: the protection of Turks in Italy to the United States, hut later this mat- ter to Germany. Urge Forbearance Cologne, Germany, Oct. Col- ogne Gazette's correspondent at Con- stantihoply reports that the Genna-n embassy there Is urging forbearance on tho part of the Turkish govern- ment in the matter of thc exclusion of Italians. Itafian Delegation Wrathy Paris, Oct. members nf tho Italian delegation to the interpar- liamentary union arc expected to with- draw hecitua'o of the action of Mio coun- cil of thc union In adopting: n resolu- tion criticising thc Italian declaration of war. Those present at tho council mooting Included Hichnrd fHitholdl, and T. K. Thurton, representing the United Suites, Lord Woardale aad Dun- can V, Pierle, M.P., Great Britain; Count. Apponyij Hungary, about, fovty others. .iContimicii: orators' association aiid returning to town at has been, closeted with thc district officers this afternoon. President Powell and Charles. Gai- ner arrived on the Flyer from Cole-' Hotel 3fi x 75, with pressed front, is man-today, so thai, all the officers olf being rushed ahead ami Hie masons (tiic district evccpj the district board will soon be finished. C. E. Snow's new bungalow is'a One dwelling, one of .the best in Cardston with all modern-convenient cs. It will foe completed :in another week or so hy thc contractor, J. C. Cahoon. The buildings for this year will snr-; pass all previous years. PINCHER CREEK LOOKS FOR C.P.R. (.Special lo the Pinchcr C'reek, 5-. Consider- able. talk is to In; hoard around town of late as to thc probability of Mie C. 1'. H. enlcring this (own. It has always been said with more or less couliflrncr here lhaf. as soon as nn- ot-lu'i: railway actually nntnrcil the town tin- C.P.H. would follow suit it J; once. In the present case ii is thought by some who profess to know that there are that tht (3. P. K. indications treat out the Canadian Northern and be tho first to lay rails Into ljiachcr Greek. Ii sounds too flood to fee true, but we all hope tt is cornet, members are liRrc.amr in' with "President White. So far nothing has been given out for publication, as things .have not proceeded far. enough to have brought; about anything definite. N.o hint is givon out bv cither which would indicate the line of able, action, hut more optimistic today. JAP SERVANTS ARE LEAVING Newport, R.J., Oct. is being iniulc on the fact that tiic past few months thc Japanese servants of ihe navy and army offio-' ers stationed here have one hy one ur.til now there is not single servant of the nationality ployeii in the offlclal colony. A .year tigo the. servants were.num- erous and often. wem soon about th4 fortificatiotin One .said have hoen fclcctcd by a naval oth'cial. scndinp; raports to Japan was dls- nrissed, hut whether all other JapV anese wci'e given notice-to Icava unknown. ;