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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe e Daily Herald Lotkbrldjce. Thursday, October 12, 1011. Number REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT SPREADS IN CHINA Great Numbers of Chinese Joining Voluntar- ily HAVE A SLOG AN And it is "Down With The le is Far Reaching Hankow, Oct. revo- lutionary movement is gaining mo- mentum with every hour. Since noon yeslcnlnv it has swept (he little city oi Han Vang and native quarters' of Hankow. Great niimlicre of Cliineso are joining the movement voluntarily. The losses in fighting thus (ar aggre- gate several hundred, hut practically :ill dead are Mancluis. The slogan of the movement which is guided hy fhrcwd and tempera to leaders is evi- dently "Down with the Manchus." Thus far there has lieen no indication of any animosity against foreigners ROGERS TO SIT FOR WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Oct. an- noiuico'l bare today that Hon. liohert Rogers will sit for Win- nlpeg, Mr. llaggart having re- signed his soat 'in Rogers' favor. DEMOCRACY MARKS THE DUKE ITALY SEEKS JERUSALEM AS AIIFT TO THE POPE Will not Make Peace With Turkey Until Its Ambition has Been Only War Correspondent Tells About Engagement at Tripoli anpl Praises Italians BANK CLEARINGS GO UP The bank clearings for the week ending yesterday totalled as compared with In 1310 and last week. Chicago, III., Oct. will not, make peace with Turkey un- til it has wresk-d Jerusalem and the Holy Land -from Moslem sovereignty and presented it lo the Pope as a papal state, is the statement ot L'ltalia, an Italian .newspaper of Chicago, edited by Oscar Durante. Several .columns of thu first page ol I the paper which will be issued to- Rlmouskl, Quebec, Oct. I morrow, are devoted to editorials steamer Empress of Britain paused I nows items, the burden of which this port early today, and reported all j is "That Italy will demand the ces- board well. Their Royal High-ness-1 sation of Jerusalem and the Holy Duke and.' Uucliees. of Con- nanght, It is stated, have.thoroughly enjoyed the trip across and are look- ng forward to their arrival at Quebec with ranch interest There has been nothing in. the na- Tlra I a on the part of revolutionists, capture of-Hun Yang, which is a town qi perhaps just north of Hankow, has delivered into the hands of revolutionists fche arsenal nnd important Han Yang Iron Works. Revolutionists hod no trouble in Han -Vans, -overwhelmingly outnumbering the local troops General Chang Huo escaped by flight and members of the local government were dispersed. Po- pularity of the revolutionary- move- ment all .along the river and interior if, indicated-'by apparently authentic j poits thit several nearb} cities Imve fallen: -of- fered rebel forces, towns appear to h no tout pu> to thf i-orch rtie IK tnoriist missionaries 1n Wu Cluug me Inown to be wfe 4n tionary force Is 'hoir engaged in gath- ering up foreigners.and rescuing them ivherever they are hemmed in by the natives. Troopt Mutiny Pckin. China, Oct. five nnd six thousand. troops in Hankow' native city, are reported to. have nmtinied this morning and kill- ed from 200'to 300-Manchus. The rebels occupied Sui Ting Fu yestcr- dav. It is'believed the revolution- ists will attempt to destroy the rail- way and prevent, transportation in- to IIu Peh province of troops that were Tse Chucn last inon th. New York, Oct. .Eriiscopal- ean hoard, of missions today received the following 'cable from Bishop Lo- gan Brooks, -of. Hankow, China, who lias charge of Episcopal Missionary .work in that part of the Empire 'Missionaries are sale nnd well. Ev tune of formality during -the voyage Land as indemnification for the ex- pense incurred in the war with Tur- key over Tripoli nnd that the Holy Land will be presented to the Pope, thus restoring to him temporal pow- er. This will bring about a reconcil- iation bcUvcn the Vatican and qui- I -orals and oulsld'3 or the passengers i rising on the entrance of the royal i orinal and bring lo an end the self- party at last night's concert the (imposed retirement, of the holy fath- trip has been devoid of any; touch of ;cr since the papal states in. Italy official form. were seized by the. Italian Govcrn- HJ, Royal Highness-has on many j ment. For the first time since the occasion, during the voyage given tlil! cnisadcs the cross will proof of his d-pmociatic spirit such jn tho lami as poising tor amateur photogi iphei etc Fmpress 1. decked light I lo royally with flags '-and colored Ian i lian religion. The news the Ch item on terns for her part lii the'welcome to ,which articles arc" based comes have had especially good sources of information in the Vatican. Under the; heading of "Italy is l.o redeem the Holy.ljind. It .will make gitt tendered-to-th-a Ki-ng's a special cahlRgran. from a cor- atlves upon theh anhal dt Qifebec respondent who For years is said lo this evening Ottawa Oct special train It. U Bordeu .and members of the cabinet to Quc bee to formalh Lo Ca'nada the DiiKeV-Connaught left the Btrget -station at two o clock thu if Premiei Bordpn accom pauied by all the members of -his ministry with- tli-e tt.vcepfion of ;H.in, i J. -D. 1-Janen, Hon. Sam 'Hughes rnd Hon. F. D. Ma'K'iii Burrell. who has yet to be styorn in. of it to the Imad of the Christendom. L'ltalia will say "Now a protector- ate of Tripoli and an offer of indcin- longer will satisfy Italy, but complete annexation and reimburse- ment Tor the 'war expenses incurred up to the present lime will be de- manded, and -additions to it will lie insisted the Porle givo security against atrocities which it they oc- cur will '.not remain unpunished as did lliose-' of Armenia and Al- bania. Following vthis appears a telegram from Auturp-'.CH, L'ltalia's corres- pondent at Rome, which reads as fol- lows ''Rome, Oct. 11, I am in a position to, communicate a very inv LABORSCARCE IT REGIwA Rcgina, Sask.J Oct. Labor ol all sorts is at, a premium, and short- age. cif nien is very general in all lines. In- llie -city, builders and con- tractors on improvements are anxious lo get as, much work as possible com- pleted before freezeup, while in the country threshers- are keen to make up for lost timef' The result is skill- unskilled'. labor is at a premi- ed or um, for the latter especially being portant Tact, learned through a per- sonage high up in Vatical diplom- acy. Besides conquering Tripoli, Italy also is planning to take possession of the city of Jerusalem and the Land and present it' to tlie Holy Holy Sec to be held under the protectorate of the Italian government. Italy-will confine its military action to the coast of Africa as lonf; as the Turks respect tho rights of Italians living on Turkish soil, hut should the gov- ernment of Turkey foment massacres or show its inability to prevent them, then our fleet will enlarge its of action and will occupy the Island of Mytilcnt and Jaffa and Jer- usalem." The cablegram referred to in the above despatch, is to Lapressa, WH1TFORD MURDER CASE DRAWING TO CLOSE McNAMARA IS SENT UP FOR TRIAL Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. B. McNamara was sent on trial on the charge of murder here today be- fore Judge Walter Bordell in the superior court, amid' circumstances austere and simple as proverbial eas- tho j tern justice. There was little of in- Bucnos Ayrcs paper, which is eraier-1 ierost jn tho proceedings, which were ally very accurate on Vatican news. Won in Fine Shape formalities. District Attorney John D. Frederick, for the prosecu- London, Oct. Telegraph elected to try him for the mur- liiibllshea a despatch from its corres- of Charles J. Haggerty, a ma- pondeat, J3KimeU_Burlofgh, dated Tri- poli, in which he Eays.Tliat the Ital- ians won their first land .battle in fine chinist who, with twenty others, met death in an Prjsoner Was On The Stand For Some Time ADDRESS JURY Counsel For Defence Makes Evidence in Rebuttal Tho Whitford trial is on its last lap. When court adjourned this morning J. R. Palmer, counsel for the defence, had begun his address to the Jury, havjng spoken for three-quarters of an George Whitford went on the stand 5a his own defence yesterday after- noon, and told his story to'bis coun- sel, J. R. Palmer, before adjourn- ment. It vai a very plausible story, and was told in a straightforward man ner, without any loud protestations such a-3 would be expected from one of his race. He toM a story in which be-knows nothing of the actual appearahce of Victor- Thomas, whom he ie alleged to have murdered. He corroborated the evidence .of Crown witnesses that he' Thomas were on brotherly terms, hut depfo4 that he made love to Thomas's wife or asked her to marry him or rum away from husband with blm, When the court after force the post-3, particularly the new o! and structural Iron wor h t h works to the south. The warships were about four miles off shore. The Turks ware discovered about one o' in Jhe morning, advancing in on page, a.) Worlds Mlnm T CapU and M wd four I INCREASE IN RATES ON APPLES Ottawa, Oct. jj meeting of Railway Board to .be held on j Tuesday next the C. P.. R. and G. T. n. will be called upon to'justify re cent increase in their freight rate? on apples between Nova Scotia and Western Canada polats. lonvention stands ad-.l convention. This theory is sup-] ficials'of the U. M. W. of A- are trj ported hy the fact that John I thini; lie re. now- quiet remain The Miners' journed. The delegates returned to I (heir' homes this afternoon. Secrecy is the word which best explains the situation as it is at present. Presi- dent Powell says that there is ab- solutely nothing to give out to the press at the present time, and the public will be kept in the dark as to lhe for 'a FORMER ENGLISH M P DEAD Txmdon Oct William lfevv yo U-osslej form-r Libeial member of -Whether or not anything was done parliament for Altrinchan division of Cheshire, and philanthropist, died to- day. He was born in 1844 in Dhni. niurray, Ireland. A C. N, ft PROMOTED Winnipeg, Oct. W. D. Kirkpntrick, of the Canadian1 North- ern, Winnipeg, was today appointed superintendent of the .second divis- ion of the company's llne-a Canada Regi-cts to Lose Him nt; meeting of the delegates which' will lead to an early settlement of the strike cannot be learned from of- ficial .sources. The whole session has been held in secret, and nothing what- ever Igis heen made public. weaver, there seems to a probability that something of an important nature White, International president, left it was for that express pi for his headquarters at Indianapolis j Mr. White visited the scene of the this morning. Seen hy the Herald I strike. Had there not been some dc finite decision, either for settlement or for a prolonging of (the strike, in last evening, ipimediately after the conclusion of the convention for the day, he appeared to be rather optir inislic as to the chances for an ear- shape The friendly Arabs gave the lhe l os r'meS bulld Italians warning of the probable at 'ing October 1 1910 This case uas tack .by the Turks. These Arabs said picked fiom mnUeui indictments lor cheon jesterda Sergt Pat Egut that no doubt the Turks would aj murder found against the prisoner, j was the first witness called. (Ho was tempt to enter Tripoli at night. Am- his brother, John J. McNamara, t on the Mounted Police force at tb i cross he had erected at the Those, wno have been following the j coiintv nil 1 strike closely since it began in April1 'Toronto, Out., Oct. Tho pro- vincial government will shortly ask healing on the strike settlement will i the Dominion government for a bon- to believe thai sight, much will depend on what answer the-operators make to the advances of the miners. With matters .standing as they arc now, some very important negotia- tions are COJIM out of the convention, and ,it generally believed that some plan of action, whereby the miners will reopen negotiations with the opera- lors, has been formulated, and that HIR executive, having the support- of tlic various delegates from the un- ions, will proceed to ment the opera- tors on the basis of their finding at us of sixty-four hundred dollars per mile to the TrmisTtamlng Railway Or temper inlj dnfted into jurj hov oi fhc tion nhen coitil -uliourncd yesterdaj It had been expected that this pro- cess uould constitute t e very important neRotm- u, tcr ttnl bound to follow witlun tin IQ drag mm next week. There has been sonic talk" this morning-on the street to the effect that the government should about onc-half million dollars in all. sent out the Minister oi Labor in The honiis was twice refused by the j an effort to make the, negotiations Lauricr government. If secured the which arj expected to follow, result .in ;t final settlement. This was done in the strike five years ago, and the Minister of Labor at that time re (Continued :on back money will be expended in cutting down tlie grade and in extension t0 Gbwgamln, Sudhury and northward from Cochrmie. EARL GREY BIDS FAREWELL TO CANADA Quebec. Oct. Earl Grry was real monuments. In his address May- the deep regret which he given -i most affectionate send oli Drouin made mention of the leaving Canada, and his than! lor tho oit'v hall tonight. His Excellency i liant cnrrer of his i" the manv favors which he had rcCLU ,nd Lady Grey and party tins ;ada, which nf The situation as results yesterday's (Continued on hack of grave. He would have Known the the grave waa without the cross. He B hid imdo the crois himself and put on it Ihornis Victor April 15 390S." He identified etois pro- duced 'in court. He left. about a after the burial. Parento snld that Whitford also identified the .body as that of Victor when it fti1? first To Mr, Palmer, Parento said he could not remember ever give Whitford a liors'a. Before he'left. Lethbridgs lie had Invited Whitfprd (Continued on page i Eegrcis to Lost llei1 was appreciated bv all ymr ed from the people oi C.anadn during morniivr hy special train. Among. Urn: the mayor his residence amonp; them. He pirty which arrived thisjsairt, "you have given proof of your i pressed his appreciation of the loy- murnlng wore, hesiilcs their cxccllenc- I wisdom and enlightened devotion anil ally oi the Canadian people. The city I ies Karl and. Lady Grey, Lady Sybil in the public service." The 3d- I.adj Kvelvn .Grey, Mr. arid: dress continued, hall was a blaze of glory, licinp nUn "and if it were not j didly illuminated and decorated as Mis Capt jiresumption on onr part, Malcolm, Mr. A. K. Sliidc, Mreman, Cnpt. Bingham and follnwinc; Col. Sherwood, chief of Dominion po-1 torn of tho'old city and the town lice, also in the. party were the Hirer, lidcs do camp to his Koyal Highness Urn Duke nf.Connaughl, Col. Bulkloy, we would i well as, the whole of the locality ho cus- Kari orcy and party will leave (Juc- of j brc at noon tomorrow. Tho vice r tlie ancient world, to write your party will leave the citadel al hill name in a hook of gold reserved for! past eleven and drive to the Kinp's the great citizens who bring lustre where, they will hoard the C C'npt. nnd Cant. I.ogan. 'I" the continent. Hut although we JO. s. Karl Grey, and proceed down The paitr were entertained at lun-'] won't our most rule j the river, and on the way meet the chcon at Spencerwood Ihis afternoon 'B Pleasure to repeal that your Incoming R. M. S. Kmprcsii of Iro- 1 fittlring tulli fur .T hy 1hr I, cut. Governor, and of the provincial cabinet. This evr.n- iiig there Yi-ns a great (fathering ol' citizens at the city hall, when His Excellency was the. recipient of a cir- ic address and n gift from the citi- zens of the ancient capital. The gift was 5 [eplloa ot the Wvlle and Mpnlr memory will live not only in our hearts but that it is graven In thai- cannot ho drfnrcd in these his- toric walls .which owe their .restora- tion to your care." Replied in French Earl Gray mndo a very touching re- ply, ipeakihg Iu Frcucli, and laiid. on wliir.h is l.hc ,Dukc of Con- nauglit and party, after which Earl Grey and party will hoard tlie K.M, S. Victoria, on which they will re- turn to Mnplnnd. On hoarding the Earl flrcy a salute of nine-: teen guns will he fired from the cita-1 del. COUNTEgi GREY The Popultr.WMt tl ;