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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Alia.. Monday, October 'Number 252 MAY MEAN A MILLION TO ALBERTA Census Figures May Show Population to be Over Edmonton, Oct. 8. The .Journal says: This census ligmes foe Allicr- arc not yet ollicially announced 1ml it is knott-n tlml liic results of this province -will lie on the verge; of j flje population that is neces- sary to an increased Dominion in- demnity uf a year lor Uio next five years. The census returns ni'e iiiadu in (lie form of population London, Oct. Times Paris correspondent Unit the Moim Lisa has been found In .a town cut of Paris. 'I'ho prefecture of police ex- presses tio opinion. foe Dominion 'electoral, vising, .which Ihere are seven in Alberta. The results known up to us follows Mnclcod Hilling, date AGAINST THE NETEMERE DECREE Toronto, Ocl. to resist the Ne Tumi: re decree movement to influence a powerful 'the federal government was inaugurated yester- day afternoon by the ISvajigelical Al- liance of Canada. The church courts of every denomination hody ot Pro- PORTUGUESE MINISTER RESIGNS Parliament to be Called in Extraordinary Session Lisbon, Oct. most contra- dictory reports are being ivcolrad regarding the situation in'the north. Tlw Monarchists, however, do not ap- peiir lo bo making much headway against the Republicans. Tile are flocking to the Iris as they expected, and tiie Republican troops so far have remained loyal. A semi- official note says the .Monarchist band at Viunaes fled on the arrival of the Republican troops" who pursued them to the frontier. In the1 engagement several Monarchists were killed- ami two Republicans were wounded, ws from Galacla asserts that the i.pthlmrlgc, or to !tc deem- Icslanlism is against it .and. there were present at the meeting sections Rod Deer, or lo be accurate 100. Siratlicona, Edmnntoii, HO.OOO. Victoria, Thus for six of the seven ridings in 'Alberta the total is within a liun- ttlrclis of This much MIC .Jour- nal is able to "definitely state. The only riding for which returns "are not yet available is that of Cal- gary, la order to U'0 province of Alberta the population ne- cessary for the increased indemnity, Calgarv must show Whether 1 do so is the problem worrying of the Anglican, Methodist, Presby- terian, Hapiist and. Congregational churches. An unparalleled campaign ii, the history of Canada, was mapped out and every Protestant preacher and orator in the country is to be placed in possession of vital faets concerning tlie light against the de- cree. A significant feature oi the summary of reasons against the Ne the urovincial authorities. If there i Temere decree was of all references that could he under- stood as an attack upon the Roman Catholic, church or its faith. "It. i's I intended that thn document shall be of such a nature that many members iof the Roman Catholic church, will subscribe to its contents and ulti- u- are i.OOO people .ntalgary ruling si to mde.n.uty of tins prov-j contended- that the de- 1B ince wil, be .nereased by year tot- the nex.nve f the popiljation should be the in- 'deimiity will not be increased. There- ium.Of f "lot Al- hangs on the question, pf, how orei rj o, b OF CANADA' Ottawa, Oct. Hon. J..'c.' Paler- ,nmny pcopje the riding oi gary, and the difference between the above increase and no increase will probably be not more than peo- ple one way or the other. toba, has announced his intention of editing a new history of'Canada. He Will start upon his task immed lately. It will date from down to the'defeat of the Laur- Ihe in Calgary in the icr government. .recent election was something over I thousand, of which wereJAN ENTERPRISING CELESTIAL outside the city and the balance in Vancouver, Oct. hotel Calgary city: Assuming an equal dis- building is to be erected for How trihtition of voting strength, Calgary j Wine, a wealthy Chinaman, at the dty must show, not less than of Hastings street and Gore mid to be safe of a. populatloi win be of sis stories, con- taining nine stores on the ground floor, with office and rotunda. The according lo UIB census. The Journal information is that Edmonton shows :hetwera and Whether Calgary will go to the necessary 000 or is a problem, but it is very likely'thai the census report for that city Will be somewhere aboi those figures, and whether Alheri will receive its increased indemnify will hang on a very small margin ol difference. THINK FRASER WAS A SUICIDE Ottawa, Oct. It is understood (he. evidence at tho inq.uest to-be Ireld will prove that J. Frederic Fras- cr, former cpmmiasioner of lights in the mitfne department, whose 'body found on a ledge of a cliff at liockclifte park on Thursday after- noon, died by his own hand. Being an expert chemist he was able to drug that none 'but 8 chemiit's analysis could detect and by use of such it is believed Frnser took his own life after period of despond- c.iiiaed-prlncipally tlirougli being tdlsmissed from the govoniment em- ;ploy at tire tinio investigation into 'allegations made against the branch of the department of which he tlie head. It is also understood thHt the police know exactly where tlwj drug in (luention was purchased. PROMINENT IDAHO MAN ARRESTED Vancouver, Oct. P. O'Neill, once candidate for governor of the state of Idaho, was arrested here on the charge of insularities while manager of tbe bank at Wal- lace, Idaho. He was formerly con- nected with the Inland Herald, Spo- kane. upper floors will contain 214 rooms. ROYALTY MEETS AT COPENHAGEN Home Gathering of Mem- bers of Famous Danish Family" Copenhagen, Oct. sisters who have adorned the thrones 'of Teat Britain and and thdir brother, the King of Greece, are ga- thered here at their birthplace and their earliest home. The family party was made complete when Queen Alexandra arrived on the British royal yacht Victoria ;and Albert -to- Inj1. Memories must., crowd on the sisters of the days when their ino- thor, Queen of Denmark, who, wag rightly called tbe greatest match-j maker world taught .hem to make their own towns. CJneen Alexandra, widow, mother and slater of the Queen, Is looking old. The smile that "Normans and Sax- ns and Danvis" so Is faded. She j clad in-mprnlng. The Dowager izarina en me on tbe Russian imperial "ftcht Polarza a day or two ago. Her 'Majesty entertains but little although here are (.wo bands of musicians an he yacht. As usual a- swarm of Hus- ian secnet police hover around to guard the Dowager Czarina.. Indeed, he and Queen Alexandra are fn a ense prisoners of (he police. -Tlra royal ladles will remain on their yachts for a week longer at lenat be- fore thpy 'ta fre up their residence In lha Villa Hvldorc, which In being ready for them. Monarchists there are in a state demoralization, their leaders being unable to persuade them to advance into Portugal. Government Statement Paris, Oct. premier, Chago, .has notified -the Por- tuguese legation here .that .the gov eminent has taken all necessary steps to represss the Royalists rising in j the north and tranquil! ty reigns the cotmtrj A band yesterday made an oh Brananza but without success ami is now close to the frontier. Some Skirmishing Lisbon, Oct. skir- mishing is reported around Vinhaes and it is said that the Monarchist! are endeavoring w concentrate their efforts at one of towns. The Duke of Onorto Is believed to be -in the victaity of Rurnspan, on his way to join the Royalists. Lisbon, Oct. of War PImenta Castor hjis resigned. The government has decided to ask Pre- sident Arraig to summon parliament in .-extraordinary session to secure its consent y> puniali the conspnators in the attempted revpliition." In an in- terview tlie premier said that Kepublic up to -the present had treat- ed the Monarchists with forebearanee but henceforth no indulgence would be shown. country, he said, could not be at the mercy the Monarchists. Meet Here on Wednes- day to Discuss the Strike Situation (Special to tho Hsrald) Fwrnie, Ocl. couvon- fion of ilclcgutcs from the vnr- ious unions in district 18, U. M.'W. of A.', has IHJOII called to meet in Lethbridge, Wed- nesday, Ocrt. which the general situation will be "dis- cussed. NO CHANGE IN THE STRIKHITUATION District Miners FprrnuUt- ing Proposition to the Operators week (Special to the nie; Oct. The end of the has, come and stilt is iANK ESTABLISHED BRANCH IN PEACE RIVER COUNTRY CRAZY MAN'S DEED p'orget, Sasit., Oct. tem- porarily Insane ae a result of ft nun- clal worriv-'s, Chns. Uike shot his I A branch of the Canadian. Bank of wife four times with a revolver yes- j Commerce has bcea opened and aooins posse and bloueir hiiianiJf, s- j Commerce has bcea opened at li, ard, Altfl.. situated at the end t the RJver ju to report as to progress in Jie negotiations between the miners mi operators since the arrival oE, 'resident White last Tuesday. All the members Of tho district ccutivu hoard are now here and these officials in conjunction with' Presi- dent White, arc engaged upon tlie ormttlation of propositions to sub- nit; to the operators looking to an igrctmicnl which would he satistac- ;ory to hoth sides, but nothing has been put in shape Eor prcsenta- .ion to the Operators' Association. new movement is in evidence here to reopening "the mines, and imilar reports come from other parts oi the Chief Mine Inspec- tor Sterling, of Edmonton, was 'in (own yesterday, but- had nothing new to commnmicatc. He stated to the Herald representative that; the mines of Northern Alberta were now get- ting about tons of. coal daily, and he thought ihat, the local demands would he met. fairly well., HUGHES, MONK To be' Members of new Conservative Ad- ministration Ottawa, Qct: L. Border It today engaged in putting the finiihinfl touches on the cabinet which wii! the next 24 hours ,enter .into the important dutiei pertaining to the govern- ment of the Dominion. These In- clude R. Forget, L. P. Pelletier, F. Cochrane, J. E. Armstrong, C. J. Poherty, Col. ,Sam Hughes, Hon. Geo. E. Foster, G. H. Pcrley, Pre- mler Hazen of New Brunswick, Dr. W..J. Roche, F. D. Monk, W. T. White, Hon. 'Robert' Rogers, who.will arrive on the afternoon, train from the Martin Burreil, ,British CqUirnbia. Most likely they .will here in time to be sworn tomorrow. is ex- pected that the swearing In of the new ministers by. His Excel- lency wifl take place on Tuesday at noon and the new cabinet may not be. till the .eve of the'new administra- tion assuming the duties of office. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Hon. Ro- dolphe Lemieux left for Montreal this mprning. Sir Wilfrid will return to the capital in the course of a few days. HAMILTON 13 GROWING FAST Population Is Now yiven as Increase of Hamilton, Oct. figures of the Assessment Commissioner show that Hamilton has a population of ns against 73.5-12 last year. The taxable property has advanced in value from to 858. :.5 As several large new factories will in operation, it is expected that the mark will easily be passed next year. TEN KILLED IN A CAVE IN A SENSATION AT KAMLOOPS Oct. rather tionnl affair look place here yester- day when Joseph Blgcaji, an ofricer of the IndilRtrfal Workers of 'the World, was committed for trial on the charge of carrying concealed: (yea- pens. When arreited He reBisted-the officer, and on bin grip heing nearch- revolver found. It Is be- lieved that he hBR heen endeavoring to incite the C. M. workers to go on strike. PETEHBORO'S POPULATION Pctcrhoro. Ocl. to ho aaecRsor'fl this city'i pop- ivlntlon In Victoria, B. C., Oct. were killed and others injured by a cave-in at. the Canadian Northwestern Con. Camp near Colwood, south east of Van- couver. HARVESTING RETURNS GOOD Yield in Magrath Distric Is Averaging Well Oct. ha again been resumed after a series o lay-offs, spread over a 'period of three weeks, on account of the'unfavorable condition of the weather. Todaj :ibout ten outfits are vvork'ing ful !'Iast, out, as one fanner expressed himself yesterday, they could possibly get thro.ugh .with the aver uge amount of fine weatlrar, before (Jhristmas. Grave fears are being entertainet fiy both farmers aart business .11-211 The former are extremely anxious ibout threshing before tho heavy lute ail snows, while the merchants ant other business men are concerned be- causo of the Inability of their ned- tors to pny until after threshing riius fair, sunshiny weather ol he past three days is heartily wel- comed by all. Threslring in the Magrath district s no easy task. The whole district s a veritable expanse of shocks not inlike the 'encampment of a vast army f anyone desires to witness for them- selves the fruits of fertile soil and direful cultivation they would do v to visit, this stretch of country at tbe present 'time. Scarcely any, of the grain has yet been threshed. However, some of (he farmers are through and the grain that has been delivered to the elevators is, of a most satisfactory grade, btehig very Kttle frosted. Some wheat, however, that had been out in all the storms hatl sprouted in the shocks. This went away below the standard and is only fit for feed. Fortunately there is only a small percentage of tbe wheat In this condition. By far the greater portion is excellent and will trade high. t Although it is a little early to esti- mate ;the average'-yield. .per acre, "it may safely -be safd1 "that thirty bushels will not lie tpo high. Some crops are averaging about fifty. Heathershaw and Phillips and Jensen Brothers ex- pect to he almost another month pro- (Conlinued on page 5.) HELD SERVICE WHERE BODY LIT New Yorker Suicided at Religious Meeting on Street N'cw York, N.Y., Oct. While a lumber oi men and women were holcl- ng nn outdoor. 'religious- meeting in ronii of :L Harlem Hotel today Hie jody of a man oamo'- hurtling down rom the sixth Motey' window of the intcl nnd landed 'directly in front of Jicm. Tlie Jiqdy was that of Morris kccnwald, '15 years old, who ended 5 life, it is helievcd, hecausc he is in.a.lpvc aiTair. He- ore the body was Urn ner- FOUR KILLED IN BIG EXPLOSION York, Oct. men were killed and six injured to- day by an explosion of dyna- mite sixty foot under ground In a shaft under Central Park, whore they were working ou tho atiue-dnet for tlie Catsklll water system. HORSE THIEF WORKING IN 6-10 he homesteaders of township, 6, range through A. L. Hoer have written the- Herald regarding the stealing of horses in that township in the hope the publicity will lead to something determined being done to capture the thieves. In his letter, Mr. Hoer writes "Ten horses have been stolen since July and the only truces have been, .hat, life Thomson Bros, have man- [1 to run upon some of thuir stol- en ones near CnwUs, with the brands illerctl. Two, (iavs ago Mr. HalUjuin inri three heavy work horses stolen rom his pasture and riders have been mi fco Fend :0rielle and .other'-dis- tricts, lie has put up a rcvyard of 100 for them and I -believe the po- icc are doin.n their best. We have auspicious of .someone ncarbv and we1 vnuld ask the police to watch" tlie Itatrtct in this matter. Fred Glas- >cy has hail a team stolen or sti-a :il since -July 5th from his pastu uid lias been on the lookout ever since, hut has found no trade of them THE VOTE IN KOOTENAY Nelson, Oct 7 s e 3 najor'ity in Kootenay over Dr. J. H. 'ln_S, the defeated Liberal, candidate 1074 according to re- urns made bj John" Keen returning officer, yesteiday nening The Coa candidate polled votes Dr.' King 3.039 votes.- There .were SO sported ballots miking a total pf ,332. lii ]J08 had a mfi ority oC 93R over Smith ral, and over Davidson, Soc- illst, in a total of ROTHERS SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE Ottawa, Oct. Lmighoed not take a portfolio but. toe leader f the senate. Mr. Crothers is slated or the speakersliip of the commons nd Senator Lamlry of the senate. FERNIE IS VERY MUCH INCENSED At Action of B. C. Gov- ernment in Cutting Off Assizes ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN TRIPOLI Italy's Arab Tribes Selling Arms to Italians Rome, Oct. ftallan authori. ties at Tripoli today Issued a pro- clamation suppressing slavery. Tri- poli was the only remaining port on the coust of Africa, where slavery 'till prevailed notwithstanding the Kreat efforts of Great Britain on one side and France on the other lo prevent the traffic. General 'Spin- Eardi, the minister of war, went to Naples today to supervise 5n con- junction with the Duke of Aeosta, the organization of the troops for the jxpeditions.. Advices from Tripoli :hat groupB of Turkish soldiers are surrendering at various times, and the Arabs, armed, at the last moment or the garrison with Mauser rifles, land- by tire steamer Derena, gradually are returning: and offering their sub- nisslonvi Tlielr only condition is that Italian comraamler p.urchase their rifles for a few francs, which seems :o show that not only are the Arabs, :hese at least in the vicinity of Tri- WIS, not ready, to fight for Turkey, but'also' that condition of starvation irevails among the natives More ban 2U.OOO of these, it is repor'ed, soon be forced by hunger to. urn. It is not known how the Turk- sh soldiers, comprising the gau-lson, are off for supplies, but it is believ- ed they are near the minimum. The attitude of the Turkish govern- ment with regaid to the Italians m he Ottoman empire is viewed with some concern and the order of. piilsion and the' abolition of the imp ulation it carried into effect nay bs the cause of serious complications Jt is expected that Germany which now has the Italians In Turkey under Its protection would object to such ac-4 tion larious lepnra are being re- ceheil of anti-Italian rtots, pra: 'eal- ly in Salonika, where tire'Italian cm-, sul is sai4 to luive been threatened a ret diver In his own Vice Admiral Duke left laranto today aboard the armored eruisei Vetter Pisian after having been in communication with the SOng minister of marine. Years to Get Hinterland Malta Oct ArtualMir, t Chief, .of -the Austrian scientific :mis- has arrived, here'from-.Trl- foli sa> s the town is tranquil. Euro- peans are not endangered and only 1000 Turkish soldieri remain In the Hinterland. The Arabs, he sajs, already are organizing guerilla bands and'intend to put up a dogged resistance., Prof. Artuabar expresses the opinion .that if Italy is .content with the occupation of .Tripoli .her mission might be considered ended, but if she intends to embark- upon campaign In the Hinterland' it will f take years -to subdue the natives. (Continued on page MARRIED TWICE; SAY HE'S CRAZY (Special to the Ferriic, H, C., Oct. propos who wore taking part in the cd clmngiiiL, of tht from For- inn ;treet thcetinR conducted a prayer nie to Nelson is still engaging the at- ervice over the rcmnins. T. Congdon, City, ex-M. -.-Pj'for Yukon Territory MACLEOD TO HAVE A NEW NEWSPAPER Mticleod, Oct. is to ave another newspaper in the, near ntiire. It will be started as a weekly the understanding Is that a daily paper Is eventually contcmpliitcd as the town grows. The paper will be controlled by the sanve syndicate which runs -the Calgary Herald, the Edmonton Journal and the Lothbrldge 'News.' It will be Conservative in politics. The name is not yet an- nounced and .the editor Is, we under- stand, coming from tho oust. Quart- ers nave liefiii engager! in the build- ing on street, opposite tbe Mac- Icod Club, and the plant, forrirerly w'scd in Uio publication of tfu; Fort. HnfikiitcbewaTi Reporter, is said, to be on its way here. IN ADVANCE OF THE DUKE Montreal, Oct. Rivers H.nckelly arrived here today on thw Victorian, bringing with him the Duke of Commnghi's servants and baggage, which -were sent (o Ottawa by special train. SIR FREDERICK LEAVING OTTAWA Ottawa, Ocl. Frederick.Bor- den has sold Stnithoonn Hall, MH liniidsome roshlonce on Lnuriwr Avc. and will reside nl Canning, N. K. tention of Uio Hoard of T ratio, the Conservative Association, and the lawyers. The citv council took a hind in the matter yestnrtaj and sent i OTitrenl, Oct with biff- Charles Mann, a private detect- 30- years of age, who WHS married Thursday morning in' St. Micha-el's church, wag arrested for 'bigamy ..last n'shfc Ijieut Corbett at his East Liurrer avenue, on n wnr- rant iMued Ju e (fc ,B chargef, was three a strongly w 01 dul protest to the at half >earfl ngo m Qi Methort. tornoy-gcneiil at A iclon i mid isk- I iat churches in th'is city pnd waa hv- ing that the instructiona to that eflect be reennsiilcred, So far none of thtisc protests have vnilctl upon the dcparl-mcnl. fco cfiange its avowed purpose, and iecl- ing with bis wife at'308 Bast Laiirier only a block from St. Mich- s-'ol's church, wbera he wag married Thursday morning by the Rev.' Father Callagban, prtstpr of the parish, huTTs qi'iitc stroiiglr expressed npon Miss daughter of f Daniel Callarhon of 2760 St Hubert Ihc move taken at Victoria without u no first, consulting; the Kernic authorities upon tin1 inatlur. it was explained that when the instructions were is- sued, that there were not enough cas- docketed hero to justify the call- j street, with1 whom It is said he been keeping company for months, and to whom he became en- gaged a few weeks ago. In order. .to marry Miss CalJnghiin professed for Ih'e Romiui Catholic faith, and ing of juries and a .silting and 'he past two months had been recoiv- it was in Ihc interests of economy i lns fnstnictions from Father Culla- that (he prisoners hern were ordered Shan. lo Nelson. Hut it is'claimed here :vifinn was lot-'keil up last night at that them wcrn more cases on' thel010 Laurfer avenue station ami wilt docket hore than nl.-XeIsou, and thai, economy were the object, a rever- sal1 of the order would have been more in line with object ns I hern were fewer prisoners to he brought from Nelson tlitm are to he taken from Ferine to Umt place im- iler the proposed removal. Much telegraphing hns been going on about the. change, and tlie ejyl is be brought ,m> In the court. His family are of the opinion thai he is mentally unbalanced. iiol yet, PROSECUTE SMITH London, Get, Canadian gov- ernment 'is proi'couti-ng W. 0. Smith, who It is.alleged induced iwenty m-on to under his fnlse reproson- t tit ions. All tlw victims nro stranded f'i'ite iJi'luonVi icmandvd. ;