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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. Alts., Kadii'ilny, Ociolter 7, 1011, Number 251 ELECTION ON INSTITUTED AMIDDLEBORO AND BURRELL IN THE BORDEN CABINET T. S. Mackenzie is the Re- turning Officer for Lethbndgc Calgary, Oct. Writs for the pro- vincial bye-elcclioiis have been issunl. ,'l'lioa1 alV four vacancies, Lctlihridgu, o'.v'im; to lliiclnitiaii resigning to ,i'onU'.sl HIP ieilenil scat I'incher Creek, Warnock resigning Cal- gary, II. H HcnnoL resigning, and Gleichen, ilnu to the ik'tith of A. WcArUuir. .VominaUons will take phice Octob- er 21 and pulling 'Oct. 31. re tu in ing officers appointed arc: Calvary, Ur. H. .Crichton. (Mciciicn, .J: Lowndes. l.cthbridge, T. S. Mackenx-k-. Pinclicr II. Triekcr. U'Uiiiridge is the only scut with liuf.li tttntii (lutes nominated yet. S. .1. .Sliuplierd, Liberal, and Dr. Stew- art, Conservative. In iMndicr Creek, -John Ross, a well TI iii'.in is spoken of as the likely Uhorai, -.Jolm Kemmis is the Conser- vjiLivp, in Calgary T. .1. Skinner, Liberal, is in the field. The Coiiserval ives have not yet minted a nuin, though Blow is mentioned. !ii fJleichcn the Liberals will noni- iniitij Monday night. -I. A. JlcAr- J lliur. of Irrlcaiia, brother of the lute is the likely man. Of the 'Con SIT vu lives it is 'believed -that .M. S 'McCarthy, ex.-M.'I1., has been usk- Sons of England Organize a Strong Branch of the Order There was a large Sons of Hngland at, gathering of Maeleo'l last HEARST TO GO night, the occasion being the institu- tion ol a new lodge of., the Order in that town. District Deputy F. T. Robins conducted the dedication of tlie lodge and installation of officers, and was ably assisted by President I'olbcrton, .Secretary Dawson and tiros. Hilton, Pearson, Addison, Al- cock, Shurl, V. Pearson, Clear, Ox- liind anil Wakelin, of Lcthbridge i'res. Maine's nnd several brothers from Cowley and otlicers and mem- hers from I'incher Creek, Calgary and Medicine Mat. Thirty-four canlli-! dates were initiated into the lied i Hose degree, and these brethren were! formed into the Duke of Connaught Lodge No. 322. The name of the new f Toronto, Oct. fi.-Jlon. Frank Coch- lodge is very appropriate, heiliK wa3 yesterday to (erred the day his Hoyal U' L- KmAen- Rllmors iiiils for Canada. Tiro. S. Lambert tllilt Mr- Cochranc would not go m- was elected president Hro Beach jto arc disposed of by vicc-pres.; Rev. Mall, chaplain the capital. V. -I. Arthur, secretary, the remain- j "ls "c minister of puli- ng offices being tilled 'by prominent lie works citizens of Macleoil. After the cere- bionics the visiting Ottawa, Oct.. Evening C'itixcn, a GonsorvaHvc paper, says the 'Bon'loii Cahijict be as follows: Xqva L. Borden. JDohcrl.y, G. H. I'crloy, I'1. D. Monk, L. I'. Pellctier. .Foster, Antlrow Ikoclcr, T. While W. K. Mitldleboro. .Roche. Bolii. Rogers. A Lougbced. British Bnrrel. CONSPIRACYMISSIONARY CASE NEAR END McNamara, the Detective Denies All Russell's Statements GIVINGS GO As a Result of Laymen's Missionary Move- ment INTO CABINET MONARCHISTS ENEMY WENT TO RESCUE AND WAS KILLED! S.ilt Lake .City, Utah, Oct. sponilini; lo cries for help from the opposite room in a hotel here to- Oct. becam, evid- ent at todays session that the Ions-; ot the Canadian Council of tho drawn out liussell conspjiracy case Laymen's Missionatj Moienunt as trial is drawing to a conclusion. As held this afternoon, Hon. A. oinlined to Judge Archer at the close t.'harlton ]jresiding. The treasurer's the afternoon hearing, the arranKB. report revealed the fact that tho ment now Is that, ihe defence will! work of the council had cost about close its own cas-3 on Monday morn- [six thousand dollars per tear, which erton agency, nnd one ot the defend- d'10Ut ants, will be continued Then -he 'aIS' An bo plaintiffs will take up the in tllc "xpcnscs and .broad- rebuttal, and it is likely that one of i tlK' toL' "ll! three years the witnesses will bo Mr. Moses Coch- i Ca.skcy reported that unthaler, whoso name hug figured'so laymen's niovcminl was inlroduc. j prominently In tho evidence of wtt-! cd into in 1'107-S the 'oner- nesses. In all probability the hearing' ings of the different communion! have of evidence both main and in rebuttal j increased as follows Anglican, will be concluded on Monday, and j church from 910 to 128 lucstay will MB the end of the trial, i churcl) to night, C. L. Erickson, a mining en-: ternoon, aiid the greater part of gincer oi this city, was shot niul consisted of d'atatls as to n I Church of the Disciples J570 to ErangcllMl ASVJCUL- c'd to ruii. but has given no decision. Other nominees likely are Harold Ril- fv; or -James -Slioiildice, tlie former :i' defeal'ed candidate. CAN'T GET COAL BURN WOOD ,'wan is not worrying over the coni '.slioriase. For answ-er to the -N: A- P. nsklnK for a review of the situation, the" correspondent at Prince Albert replied: "There is no fuel scarcity. This country has plenty of wood all tiic timo, so if: thte coal is shy we' burn wood." hearty vote of thanks with 'musical mission to the cabinet will probably honois was accorded the visiting he coincident with the announcement I was replied to hy the j of the visitors with three cheers for the lions. members and lodge "Duke of 'Con-! Jlr. Hearst naught." The lodge gets an'excellent i horn in Arran Township, rtruce Coun- datc of the provincial elcc- -'7 years old. lie was stnrt oil, ami the sec the wrt incc.ting COAL SUPPLY AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Oct. excellent leeling of optimism has been occa- sioned in Moose Jaw 'by the announce- ment that the coal mining industry nt the bead of Lake of Rivers, -in inll-es south ot here, is a complete success. The company operating: Avliiuii has -been capitalized through the efforts of John 13. Chisholm, has now quite n large plant on the ground niul 25 tons a day are boiiiR turned out with the prospects of a in- crease. Ten men are worki-ns in a Keven foot seam extending full length of the company's two hundred acres, th-c quality of the output excellent, better than steam variety at Souris. Any fear of Moose Jaw's coal short- age is now abaiidone-d. NEW LAND AGENT AT CALGARY Calgary. Oct. That S. J. Blair, real estate agent of this city and gen- eral organizer for R. B. Bennett, K.C., -M. P. in the recent elections, is to succeed J. R. Sutherland as Dominion land agent lii ibis city, In-the-rumor prevailing in political circles to- day. DUKE OF CONNAUGHT'S APPRECIATION London, Oct. Duke of Con naught baa authorized an expression of bis own and the Duchess's appre- ciation of the efforts made by tho (J. P. R. for their comfort. They were (inrticularly .charmed with the Can- Hdian fruit sent by the Canada Club mm by an iviiuunse bouquet Crom the French Canatlians. MOB WILTED; CORPORAL BRAVE Attack on Strikebreakers by a Missouri Mob Came to Naught New Orleans, La., Oct. a re- sult of .the attack by the Illinois Cen- tral .Strikers and sympathizers on the building where 12S strike break- ers were quartered, the latter this afternoon .were escorted to a train by irme-d guards and rushed out of the city. The onslaught- of tile mob against tire striko 'breakers came with such suddenness that the small num- ber of police detailed there had no opportunity to summon reinforce- ments. Corporal William Peterson, in charge, however, displayed such fearlessness that the mob's spirit wilted and a bloody encounter was averted. Corporal Wilson pinioned Mason, said to have thrown lire.first missile, and who was sup- ty .ami educated in Collingwooiir Hit; formation of the Whitney gov- ernment, in 1905 he was appointed government agnnt in connection witli (he l.alvc Superior Corporation. He held this office till 1908, when he-re- signed run in Sault Ste Marie. His first, appearance in politics was ISS-t when ho ran as a Conservative camiidati: in East Algoma, 1'or tho logi'ilnlivu Assembly. ELECTROCUTED IN A SALOON Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. Shipka, 3S, and Joseph Slov-ek, .SO, wera electrocuted in a saloon tonight because of a live electric light, wire crossing a telephone wire a. half block away. RUSSELL WON BY A NARROW MAJORITY London, Oct. the North Ty- byo-election, Russell. Liberal, wsis elected with a majority oC six- .een votes over Herd man, iMiionist. The seat was formerly Liberal. The 'igures were: Russell, Herd- nan, ptain Coubicre entered Portugal-Thursday morning from Za- mera, Spain', and occupied Franca, Paco, Sou- ifilloiv, and Paraniimo. Several fights in .addition to that near. J3raganza have laktin hut according lo of- ficial reports there were few-casnalir ties. The irionarchisls are, awaiting another column which, is expected In enter PortiiEnl hy wav of Vcrin. government has eight thousand troops near .the Spanish frontier, which is considered an nniplo. number to cope with ihe situntion. In addition, however, it has dispatched regiments from Averro and Oporto and a ma- chine gun company from Lisbon, while a warship is on its way to Oporto prepared to land troops should it he necessary. TESTIFY Austin, Pe-nn., Oct. f 'Susse! to secure a settlement of his Harnlin, superintendent of the Bay- I f land suit, anil 'denied all less Pulp and Pater Co., which owns i connection with this phase of the inat- dam which broke hist Saturday at jtor- the expense of many.lives and the Chairman., s. .j. Moore, man. John A. Patterson, K C pro- vincial vice-chairman, Scotia, II. fj. Bnrchell, Srdnc) wick, 0. R. Ba'rhotir, ONTAR.IO M. P. P. IS RETIRING Bellevtlte, Ont., Oct. Pearce. 51. P. P. for North Has- tings has announced that ho will not again be a candidate. The Conservatives will nomin- a'te his successor on October 26th. held at Condersport was It was at this point Haniilton Saskatchewan, At-! the caso was adjourned. Counsel, see-j Justice Urown, Regma Alber. b jo.nrued indefinitely and District torney Mason said that it would not ,'ms that there was an important mat- 1 he resinned for at least two weeks, i H. Dingle, algan Mah coming up, suggost-ed adjourn- 1 itolu, Ertmir.il Mlrcnvn, KG, Wmni- Thrpe bodies and the charred bones of "rcnt in order to allow iir. .fustlce Ar- PCR British Columbia, C: C. Mich- two .others were recovered from UK Clicr 'to take the afternoon train for rner. Victoria Treasurer, J II Gun- ruins today. This makes the total list Quebec, which was at once agreed to. of dead 55. The hearing will be resumed on Mon- day. fly, of Toronto, and General Secre- tary, Herbert (J. Caskcv, IN HIGHLY PROTECTED TORONTO Toronto, Oct. disease and distress are simply appalling in Toronto." This is an extract from a report made to the Toronto City II Is- sion by the missionaries, who say it is difficult to overtake the demand made upon them. BLAME IT ON TUG AND CREW SAFE Sault Ste. Marie, Jlich., Oct. elcgram was received tonigh-t from jrand llarias, Mich., by R. E. Bndre- ion, a son of the owner of the tug .South Shore, that the tug and crow, reported lost, off White Fish Point in I editorially slvs Wednesday's gale, were safe In the harbor at Grand Marias. SmTHCONA He Came Over the Sea to Locate Shops in Calgary Medicine Mat, Oct. The. Times RIOT CAUSED BY WAR TALK Fargo, D., Oct. FLOODS RAGE IN WISCONSIN SITUATION GROWING WO hot war which took the form of a good-sized riot, in tthich nearly 200 persons took part, was precipitated in town this evening as the lesult of statement by a Syrian that' the Turks will cat up r.hn Italians As r result of'the trouble three persons, Calgary has of them'woiiicn, ale seriously ,mi.fc am, jhc lirincipalb the possibilil) tlmfc he plawd posed to be the leader of the attack. The next stone, it is said, was thrown by Phillip Dunn, and he was placed under arrest. Here ihe.mob started (o rescue their lea Peterson's threat that his men would shoot to kill brought the mob to R halt. CHRISTIAN LEDEN Now in Montreal, Is leader of the Nor- wegian .Arctic Canadian Exposition, .will purehwe equipment from Hudson Bay Co., ind will study the tribes be- rond Arctic Circle, STONED PERUVIAN LEGATION Bogota, Pttru, Oct. leaving: tho Cathedral Inst night they hati attended a meeting presided over hy the Archbishop of llogota, a mob stoned the Peruvian fegatioii and tore down the coat of arms. This is second attack on the legation and the situation Is considered grave. BANKER GOES INTO REAL ESTATE Cranbrook, Oct. D. McLaws has resigned from the management of the Itoyal Bank to enter Into part- nership with .Mr. H, B. Blrteh. In Iho real estate business. Mr. Mcljiw's position us manager of the Royal Hank has Ireen filfed hy T. B. O'Con? Jiel, formerly of Ifldyamith, C. j Blaekriver Falls, Wis., Oct. thousand ireople in this city arc to- day without food or shelter and after spending the night on the hills watch- ing the waters from the floo'tl of the Black River overrun their town, they 'toifciy through Mayor out an appeal to the people of the coun- try for assistance. The town con tlnues to be cut off from tire world by telegraph and telephone and .it was only by again resorting to send- ing a man up u telephone pote on the edge of town that the cry for he] :ould be out. McGill said that the people neded food and tents in which to iivo until thBlr homes could rebuilt. The population fled yes- terday without slopping to lake ex- tra clothing with them. They spent disagreeable dr.y under ,a piitlless rain, but in the evening the weather cleared and thera was less suffering from 'oxposure during the night. All along the. hills fires burned while below in the darkness could bo heard the rush of waters engulflnp the city. The mayor of Blaekriver Falls said this morning that It would he somw days teforo the flood hnd receded sufficiently to permit, of an examination of the ruins and thht the of relief was Imperative. People Escaped Lacrosse. Wis., Oct. flo-Hl reaclioil Mel rose tonight carrying away roads and bridges but the peo- ple had 'icon forwarned and escaped lo sanely. Situation Worse laincd flic shops we believe, through straight personal motives of the di-i jnjlirert ncre rectors, particularly of Lord Strath-L, ..orious conn, who came lo thai meeting at! .linit Ulcm owillg to thc natule ol the instigation of friends for that Ulc injuries to .the Uo won'en AlCT purpose only. He nnd his relatives, Kaslljs n.a5 tllo nlan staited the personal interests in and Iemark to the near th-.-. city of Calgary nnd his f.miilv The decision is reached in direct op- j Kal: ItlU whlch position to the judpnicnt of thc work-' js now _n ing official.1; and because that is 'so Alcdicini1 flat need not feel sore oven VIMR j the loss of this so fnri ARE HEADING FOR CANADA as it hn': lircn recognized by all that! City, Mo.. OU ot no extraneous balloons leaving the nl th, city o ngnry nn alld comill ab a o( onncctipiiE have prevailed. ft Ol cjVnans q[ Wausau, Wis., Oct. flood v filiation here touight is growing worse every 'hour and the report rf -io the H. li. JfaciSachern.Millias- Com-ill" Puny in this city where tho gorem- cure pos-scsswl (he advantaKCS of lho J.aB> OorUon Bennett tro- ment reservoir is located 10 th-. of-; cation nnd natural wealth as to in- l'1'5' tlireo wero ,to 1 by the atrong wind, and the other throe have not ,yet been heard .of, some believing that .Him lose above storm and are on their way to ]Canada, feet that the reservoir is continuing to Hue at the rate of Ihivo inches MI It Is the worst flood (hat has dncp I of the officials at ;iy damaged. An attempt to repair Htatos' wi" minister of foi tlie broken gale of the guard lock has been abandoned tonight. The water thai is rushing through tho gate is fast undermining the switch yard al. tlie east end. nnd is washing pround from thr track. Late tonigbl (Ire office buildings of the Wisconsin Boat Co., a frame struotnro on the bank of ihe river, was carried down J. PIERPONT MORGAN, )f New York, who Is one of thoie be- hind the great Fioancia! Movement to Evingclite Amerlcii affairs. CKhar mambers of the now ministry are: Dr. K. iDwrgstrom; Jiistico, M. M. Landrstrom Marine: Denilty, Jacob J.arson; ilntorlor I1. A. V. Scbotto; Pi- iwnce. Duron A. T. Delswiuverg. UM stream, ami liuvr boathonses went along. -The main Jine of (lie Chicago and Northwestern railway a- long llw river has been under mined and a crew of men has h'oen put to work rebuilding the track that has (Contipucd on nuek A YEAR WITH DR. RIVERS AKmieine llaT. Oct. Angus! Link, recently the young man who was committed for trial on a charge o'f horae sloaling, appeared before Judge Canicnlor at. District Court this morning and was sentenced to ono year's Imprisonment in tlio'Lotli- bridge Jail, FRITZ HAROLD THANLOW Who is accompanying Christian don, and will compile all tific ;