Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, THE LUTHBRIDOE DAILY IIEKALT) Page will hi affirmative. No anxiety on Baking-day if you use DfiPRICES CREAM Baking Powder A pure f ream o Powder LABOR MEN WILL Decide to Keep Out of the Forthcoming Pro- vincial Election Although the'writs for the coining fact Ions lo rill the vacancy In the provincial legislature have not been Issued, th'o Interest In the elec- tion U becoming inoivi inurhud us the days nnes. For eoine time it loukud HH If there would -tie Ihrea MndldateB in thv; field, hut after a very lungthy nveetlnfj last night the labor men of tho city decided to re- niiln out of tho fight for thin BO that the Tight IH now oti Btraltitht Of ,st. Mary's, Mrs. George Ash, Miss Stiuiloy, Dr. G. Stanley and V. C. Stanley, all of High Kiver. Very Few Killed at Tripoli CLAIMS HE VOTED LIBERAL (Continued from Front Pago.) "The Italian" delegates gathered up their papers hurriedly started to Jeave ftlie room. Baron von Plener. of iAiwtria, and Senator Ronselu. Belgium detained them at the door. The pro- ceedings were stopped while an ear- nest talk went on between Italian de- legates and interceders. Count-Sonnaz began speech in which with much feeling he was explaining Italy's sense of. wrong against when he was quietly. Interrupted by the Turkish de- logate, Bontasi Effendi, who said: "Turkey too has grievances against Italy. T can relate them, and give you a different -story from that of the hon- orable gentleman, but this Is no. place to-do so." ATbe Turkish delegate then asked M. Bernaert, 'who was presiding, to call Count Sonnax to order, which, chairman did. The council approved Delegate Bar- tholdt's resolution requesting the gov- ernments in negotiating future arbi- tration treaties to preface tihem by u preamble mutually recognizing-nation- al Independence, territorial integrity, and absolute sovereignty in domestic affairs. The council agreed that the Hague conference s-fiouki meet auto- inatioally. Patriotism of the Women London, Oct. Chronicle's Constantinople correspondent says the 'Musselman are displaying great -patriotism! are offering their money, jewels and precious car- pets to help their country's cause. "The Porte" the correspondent con- tinues, "has received a telegram from Bennusi saying the population there Is well armed and has vowed to shed its last drop of blood for .The difficulties of Ssid Pnsha the Grand are Me has appealed to several former Grand Viziers for assistance but all have declined. The impotence of the tjov- crnment, however, is In strong con- tract with the patriotiBm and de- votion pf people. A nigh Otto- man official informs that never te- fore hae Islam presented such a united front and that never Irefore has England had such a magnificent flportnnity to win by a judicious pol- icy the sympathy of not only the Ottoman people but of the.whole Is- lamic, world.' "The startling report naa reached that the Italian and Turkish fleets are engag- ed In a fierce battle north pf Mytilene. Similar information has reached thfe Austrian post office here. A cabinet has Jurt been formed but it haa no stability and DO programme, abort Sultan feeling the weakness of thu cabinet again ban appealed to 1 tne Anglophile Kiarpil Pasha to help him." News received today from several towns in the empire Is to the effect that the Italian coat of arms has bt'fin torn down and sold at auc- tion, one thousand at Saloniki brought Tire Incoming, Italian mail was seized today by the Ttirkiili aHthorities and only delivered to German pwtofflce after Baron Marscnall Von Biberateln, thte Gor- man ambaasador protected." The Vewspapers at Ikflain report that an Italian cruder been sunk by a Vuritfib 'heat, off Tripuli. Toronto, Oct. for Isaac I. Scott, D. 0. Cameron has entered action .against Dr. Emerson, Bull and Harry Bryne to recover damages, for alleged slander. The three are well- known Conservatives In Lambton Mills and the plaintiff the others declared that he had switched .t. the lucent elections and had vot- ed'with the Grits. the tttrmt that the election will to vtanther or not that policy for city of to cvptwrt tho Mfton lAmtaifltratlon from a tten4vote4. The of any great Imm tlw caune of Lhta MM k fairly of Family Live at High River (Continued from Front Page.) Mr. Stanley, who was also local 'imumgtT' for Hit; Dominion Express ami 0. K. Telegraph, is survived by his wife, tluee daughters and two all grown up, Miss Olive party lines. Several of the labor men at-the meeting wore in favor of entering the fight, believing that 'the campaign won'd by a great, aid to Uveir cause in the city, but others op- posed 'the idvn on account of the ex- perience-of other elections, believing that the time was not yet rljw to place a labor man in the lists in this- constituency. The meeting was not open to the public, BO that it Is .im- possible to say which parly the la- bor men of the city will thrown in their lot with. In fact, th'ay have not yet decided that question for themselves, but are trying to nr-. range a monster mass im-ct- for iftxt Tuesday, Oct. 10. at which both candidates will be request- ed 'to sneak rottiag forth their plat- forms from the standpoint of the labor, man. The meeting will be largely attended, .and It; possible the will, be ,the place of meet- Ing. It will he the first public ap- pearance of the candidates in campaign, and the public; are curious to se-e the contestants will han- dle the questions before the public in this election. While the interest is not yet, so great as .was the case in the reci- procity campaign-just1-'finished, both' candidates are making a thorough per- sonal canvass, and on this will de- pend to a great extent the result of th-a election. It s-eems to he, tne general opinion among the men on CANADA'S ACT OF SELF SACRIFICE London, Oct. Daily .Mail apropos th'e Duko of Conmi.ught'a fitness to govern Oanuda. says the Duke is not without knowledge of Can adu a'nd there could be no better mo- ment for tli-0 renewing: of his ac- quaintance with tlva Canadian na- tion than this, when by an over- whelming vote' she has rejected re- ciprocity with the United States out of loyalty to the Empire. Standing at the parting of UKJ ways, Canada refused possible immediate gain at the price of peril to the Imperial tie and none will be-tar understand or one admire her act of splendid self sacrifice than the Duke, who' him- self refused a foreign throne that he might'remain' a British Prince. OSHAWA LADY FATALLY INJURED Toronto, Out., Oct. Henry aged of South Oshawa, sus tained fatal injuries this afternoon hr an unusual automobile accident on Vonge Street. A car driven :by Roy Di'inlneH of the Brintnell Automobile Company got: beyond the driver's con- trol through a defect in tire steering gear. FERNIE OBJECTS TO THE ORDER Removing Prisoners to Nelson to be Tried Protests Entered (Special lo (lie Kernie, Oct. excitmiftmt lias been stirred up in local circles by the receipt here, ot instructions from provincial attoiney-gpiicral's of- fice, to remove, the prisoners held in the juil here upon criminal charges which are In he tried at the next us- to Nelson for trial at the as- sizes se-ssiun to.ho held at that place. The liar Association has wired its disapproval of the proposed change ind the Conservative association is preparing a. resolution of protest. The board of trade has been hastily Munitioned to meet this afternoon to add its protest to (he others. The proposed action is meeting with se- vere censure from all quarters, but whether these protests will effect the nge, desired or not remain's to'be OFFICIAL. COUNT AGAirt DELAYED Mvdlclne Hat, Oct. trary to yxfwctatloii tho ofl'l- elal counting of the votes of the Mediclm; Hut constituency recorded during the recent will not tuko place today as thu ballot 'boxes have not ntl been received.' The date for the count has been postponed and will tahsj place at tho Court House by lUturu- Inu; officer Drigys, next Tues- day, A A A BOVIN'S MAJORITY REDUCED Waterloo, Qne., Oct. judicial recount in Shefford has reduced the majority of tht? successful Lib'aral candidate, G. H. Bovhi, from 30 to McMASTER THE LATEST J180 PER CENT. PROFIT j ON REALTY INVESTMENT j Winnipeg, Oct. do pro- ifltH run Into thti teens In property, wit in Klin wood a man this morning j invoke to find that his investment of a year ago, had brought him an j Increase of ISO per cent. j A elotbler, leaving Montreal, a little more than :i year ago, was ad- j vlstd by Ills brother, who was mining jln Cobalt, to take up a claim In tho 'silver country. After much Iveslta- (tion lib did so, and deposited the sum j of which seemed to him at the ;ttnve a very large investment, claim has been his for the past twelve months, and to his surprise, ithis morning, he received aii offer from a syndicate to buy him put at the price of Naturally ho is highly olatnd over bis good fortune, and is going down wast in a few days to investigate. When Mr. Clothier came out here he started in busi- ness at Elmwood, and. is still there carrying on a store at .Morse Place. Montreal, Oct. Is a ru- mor here that Donald McMaster, for- mer Monirealler, now British M. P., will be the next high commissioner of Canada. KNOWLE'S BIG MAJORITY >foos-e Jaw, Sask., Oct. returns for the federal constituency of Moose .Taw "were made today. E. Knowles, Liberal, has a majority of on. a total votti of HE'S ON RECORD NOW Port Arthur, Ontario, Oct. tain Machin, M.P.P., JCenora, in an interview here today askted that he be placed o-n record as an advocate of votes for women. Kit ALLREADYFOR THE CLEANING WOODROW WILSON SCORES MODERN PROTESTANT HYMNS New Governor Sundiy School Gathering Church Hymns am Silly GRANT HALL'S PROMOTION Oct. is reported -that Grant Hall, superintendent of motive pow'sr for th-e C. P. R., has been appointed as assistant to Cl. J. at Winnipeg. Trenton, N. Oct. 6. more than parionB in the Soc- ond Regiment armory, (rov-er. nor Wood row Wilson descrlb-ad as rid- Icnlo.UB the hymn ot Ho me which the assemblncfl had sung a -short time before. remarks of the nmtto at a union mass meeting, of testant Sunday schools of the city. Tho governor taken the. as his general avid ID part: "Some of the songs we ilns tonight arc silly and meaningless. They neither poetry nor, In Why cannot sing old pulmi? wiiy cannot we taks in paraphrase, if in no other way, tbowi immortal voices which have sung- spirit of God through generation after gen-, oration? Why do we have to concoct silly rhymes of our own? I want to ne very frank. Where IB that ridic- ulous 'beautiful isle of -somewhere.1? Who has discovered It, who has chart' ed It, where Is- it? I 'don't want to, float through vague ieai Hire that." ONLY mCINTLV VISITED' WESTERN CANADA T Oct. with lexy. Win. H. Cnrtitt, tnte great nrnftllBt, who rwently MI tour of 4 in1 Now York yculerday. "Oh! Goody, Goody! It IS FRY'S" "Do Let Us Have It it any wonder the dear little kiddies slip out of their cot and steal downstairs when they "suspect" that father and mother are treating them- selvej to wme "Fry's" Will mother Eive them a drink too? Yes, indeed she will, for she knows that the best drink they could have, anytime, is FRY'S, Since 1729 Throtlflioiit' the world 'TRY'S of Bristol" ii fcvown as the synonym for cocoa ami chocolate in ikrir. purest; and most delicious forms. The historj of the cocoa Iradc is the hjstory of tht colossal business at S. 1'RY ft SONS, Limited, of Bristol. It is the. oldest firm of chocolate cocoa manufacturers in the world, for letters patent were granted lo the ancestor of the present (mention of the family by King George in 1729. The Bristol works of J. S. FR.V ft SONS, Ltd., comprise tight great buildings and employ more than hands. Tlic purity and eiecllcncc of their chocolate and cocoas have won more than 300 Grand Prix, Gold Medals ami Diplomas in open international competition, and in the course of the long history of nearly two centuries the firm HM receiwd many marks of Royal favor. Her late Majesty Qlieen Victoria, in the early part of her feign, appointed FRY SONS by Special Warrant Manufacturer! of Chocolate and Cocoa to the Royal HOUM. Majesty Kins Edward, whouc warrant M Prince oC Wales lire firm held for nearly forty vein, counrrotil UK appointment after he ajccodtJ tWTbtwe. Give the children Fry's Cocoa OPTENER. So ranch belter, more enjoyed and safer than inijk. Easily and quickly the blood, builds up and fortifies the body. SURPASSING GOOD FOR And Will Do But FRY'S" 37 Trtdt Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited, 123 Bannatync Avc. Kast, WinnipeS, Man. Makers to H.M. George V His Majesty King CkorRc V, osc warrant field as Prince of Wales, has honored them with his Royal brief as King, as have also her Majesty the euccn, her Majesty Oucen Alexandra, her Majesty uccn Marghucrita of Italy, their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain, ami their Majesties the King and Queen of the Hellenes. A of Royal favor came long ago from France, when, in 1S07, the late fimpcror Napolcun, by a special brevet, appointed them Manufacturers of Chocolate and Cocoa to the Imperial House, and Messrs. FRY" still have the that they prize very mirnbcrjng her Imperial Majesty the Empress Utigcuic among their illustrious patrons. Tliis record of honors is as magnificent as it J3 unique. It is a tribute how, after nearly two linn- ilreU years' competitive industry, the firm of is still foremost, that while advancing with the: times and afloptinft and initialing ihe most modem methods ami machinery, it has maintained un- clcM'attngly its standurd of the highest purity and quality in Us goods and the fullest value for money. Whatever bears the name of "J'UY'S" is of the host. I-ly no other means could the firm Imvc so triumphantly stood, the test of lime.