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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald "olinne IV. Alta.. Saturday, October 14, j. Number 257 PRESIDENT OF W.CT.U. IS IN FAVOR OF VOTES FOR WOMEN Mrs. McKinney Predicts That Equal Suffrage is Coming Calgary, Alta-, Oct. for women ran in an undercurrent through ''die deliberations' of the delegates to the ninth annual W. C. T. U. con- vention of Alberta arid Saskatchewan in this city. Although the subject was not formally introduced it, crop- ped up every few minutes and at- iiiOKL every speaker referred signific- anlly to the assured "coining of the suffrage tie in Canada. "The vole is .said.-the president, Mrs. McKinney, responding to the toast. "Woman's franchise, or the home at the banquet in Cen- tral Methodist "i church last night. "Woman's.franchise means homo pro- lection, lit. this age no longer possible for women to protect i settlement of the German-French da- Jiomes from within. They must fio pute outside and the.best way for her to accomplish this protection is hy bal- lot." Mrs. McKinney referred to the recent campaign for suffrage in Cali- fornia, and commented at some length'on the suffrage movement. "In 'she said, "women had niade good use of the ballot and they had not been subject to any indigni- BIG EXCURSIQNMTY GOES TO BRI1 FARMING TO LETHBRIDGE At four o'clock this afternoon the most' in touch wfth both parties have overy reason 'p .believe that a-n agreement is being Irawn up, and that n settlement will be announced probably today or Mon- day. All the executive of the miners are.still in the city, although they had -intended returning to their homes yesterday afternoon. Among the masses of the miners themselves there is moi'e hope of a settlement than at i any .time since the strike began in April, and although they themselves new to give out. Both sides are very reticent, President Powell of the Min- ers also statins that there was noth- ing to give out as yet. The confer- ence is not yet. ended. atives will sit here again this after- noon, and it is likely that the proced- ingslwill go on into next woefc BANKER WALSH OUT ON PAROLE are still in -the dark as to th ulti- nato result, Ilioly are of the opinion that they, will be at work in their old places early in the coming week. Seen hy the Ilarald at noon. Presi- dent Stocked: of the Operators' Asso- ciation statoii that there was nothing Leavinworth, Kan.. Oct. 1-1. order from Washington paroling John 7t. Walsh, form- er Chicago banker and rail- way president, was received at the federal prison here this morning. The prisoner at once began preparations for his start home. Mr.'Walsh up to tlm time of his parole had served one year, oight months and days of his five years' sentence. When told that ho was to be rel-oas-: ed the aged prisoner plainly showed his pleasure. o Q tft TABER FARMER BADLY HURT Business Men Pay a Visit to the Sundial Dis- trict A REPUBLIC ISlEl OF THE REBELS Hankow, Oct. rebels have been.unable to maintain order and lusiucsK here has been suspended coni- iletely, and at Hanaug and VVu L'hanp; .hi; working classes are without cm- liloyment and are attempting Io ilunilrr. It is reported that the roll- Is ,ire proceeding northward its meet he Imperial troops and that a thous- ind froop.s in tho province of IConan idjoiiiine; the aficcled province llu 'eh also arc prepared to resist, tho inperial .troops. .SI. I'ritcrshurg, Oct. text if the KiiKsian nolo to Turkey rc- ;arding Hie free of Kussian orn WHS rrMde puhlic foday. In reply verlin! remonstrance'; Turkey ad said slin intended to act nccoril- Ihe declaration ot London cif 009, as this was considered unsat- sfactory Io Russia this govcrnmenl' resented a written demand wherein it .wui pointed out that 33 of the declaration of London sidered that cargoes oi corn were subject neither to arrest nor confis- IIIR her posilion upon the delaration; siau Port in the Black .Spa or Io of Pan's of 1853 nnd articles 21 and. Italian porls so long as the cargoes wrrc not de.sl.innl fur I ho Italian field forces nr Italian official consign- ees. Turkey's Reply Si. Petersburg, Ocl. 1 reply to Kussia's note which was haiid.'d to (lip Russian ambassador iitj Con.sl.tn.timipla today says neutral rain ships which wore bound for u (ral ports will be allowed frw pass- age, but Hint Kiiiiu consigned to llnl- cation whc'li addressed _to the LIBERAL WORKERS ATTEN- TION1 lilis- 'f Tuber, Oct W Smiley, a prominent farmer, of this district, re- siding about Hi miles south-east of town, met with a very serious acci- lent on ffcdncsdn lie is opt-r at.iiig a- .separator, and when some- inj; went wrong, Mr. Smiley en- deavored to put it right, but linfort tunati'ly got his arm into tho feeder with, the result that he received t very bad cut on the left a part of the bone .just above thc'clbow, be- ing taken mif. Dr. I-Iainman was siinimoned, and was rushed out in D, W. Coulter's auto. We understand that Mr. Smiley is progressing as welt as cotiid be expected Five automobiles yesterday took: a representative bunch oi Taber's busi- ness men out to the Sundial dis- trict, where a good deal of niission- iry work was done. 11: was decided at a mcclini; of ihe Board oi Tradu on Friday last many of the fanners in that di-slriul; ought to do (hoit- business in Taber, and vcsie.r- daj's trip wis, the itsult of tint cisioa. It is thoughi by thosr. who mad'; Ilin trip, that a great'deal of Hood was donr. but of course, :the Inrmcrs were nil too busy to stop and do much talldnfi. The members iif the parly had a good' trip, and ound th.it tlii> crops in 'that dis- Iricl. were very good, Ihoiigh the "rosl had done a little damnfie. it is alipnrrail that many of tin- fann- will not gel Iheir grain threshed Much Delay in Getting Jurym McNamara Trial t-os Angeies, Oct ;4_Furtncr trw gutnent as'- to Z. T. should .be swoin as Juior in trial of James u. JfcXamara indicted for murder of Charles Haggerty, a victim of the Times occupied a brief sessioti.of tho court today Prom behind a battm ot Ian' books the attorneys foi the prosecution and de- fence wrangled as to Nelson's ellg- Ibility, delving deep into the of precedent on bias of tales- man. On .Monday Judge Walter Borrl- well will render decision m .tor: whether or not bias or contained Ih Nelson's admissions on the stand that he hau formed certain opinions concerning the blowing'up of the Times building which closed the 'lie death of n score of men and upon the which indictments for murder against James McNamara and 1m brother John K. are 'based. Attorney Graj Ilortera concluded the; argument of the state that .Nel- son though admitting he held' opin- ions about the case, had shown hl> impartiality bj announcing he would wain, these opinions in lieu of the evidence'introduced Attorney Circus McNutt, oMndiana. finished the discussion for the de- fence, citing numerous cnsei whers preconceived admitted br talesmen had been regarded by courts as sufficient to disqualify him. 'Any one can see that Nelson la piejudiced against re- marked Clarence Darrou, chief coun- sel for the defendant, "and hm theories too bj personal investiga- tion that Timei building 'wiV up hy dynanme The defence coasffers the quution of the cause of he a moot point and will argue that It-was due to gn ion had said he would set aside his own opinions and ra ceue evidence Aji wan expected thp attitndfi of Vt torney Frederick eTpressed as follows 'I don't uee how ne will get an intelligent jury If we bar every man who has some opinion on the case on the contrary cited, answer of 'Nelson that, It would take strong evidence to 'change '-hia opinion concerning the as sufficient proof of bin. It mis: inrl. mated bj Mr Dai row fchat should court, disnllow chlllenge for cut's against Nelson. a chal- lenge at nny rate .-would be against him by the detanco'. TELEPHONE SXCHANOI AT LAKE Grassy Lake, Oct. Laka 11 have a local telephone exchange n operation t'efore the end of Octo- ber.. A construction, gang of the gov- ernment telephone department U :at present instai'iing a system at Dow Island and will start work [n Grassy Lake next wisek. The central will ho in the drug store. T. -M. .HAIG DEAD Claresholm, Oct. (loath oc- curred this week at about 6 o'cloch'at Calgary, Haig, who long time 'was identlfiftd In H and apclHl; way with the historyr c; the town.of Ciareshohn. Liberal workers are urg- ed to attend an important meeting that will 1m lrald in IliB Mbernl' commitioe rooms, Oliver lllock, Filth sireet. on Monday evening at S o'clock. v There is some important uiisliiKM to tninsnct nnd tho v% members of the execiitlv.. are especially reqiKsted to be pre- sent. All Liberal workcra arc welcome. inn war hiirbors, military of war contraclorr. will no( niit'i-d to pass. Means a Republic San Francisco, Oct. volution means .ellhur a Chinese Public or no China at all." said Tan. King Cheng, see.retary of th Hong Tong for America and Canada nchided. "If wo are not successful the Chinosc will be as much a people, without c.oiiiitry as the thorises he js- fill late, ns there is a scarcity of mills as well as .of men and teams. Themaehincs, were furnished by Mrs. .Shiells, Miss Purleous, W. Coul- ter, I', riaiiiniitr and W. W. DoiiRlnS. nnd returned wi I limit mishap. Owing Io (lie fuel lhal the farmers wen- in Ihe fields., the party separated anil worked in hum-lira, so lhal we have no racing records io 'record, though in and out a 'rial of pace was indulg- ed in The party received a gonii reception wherever Ihey wenl, and next year will Ill-fly indulge in more trips. CALL IT ROBERTSON COLLEGE Edmonton, Oct. has heen'de- cided to call the hew college nt. Sirathcona the Robertson College after the lats Dr. .Tas. Hob- erfson, the pionewr superinteiident ot Presbyterian missions. MAD HATTERS SEE THE C.P.R; Winnipeg, Oet. deputation from Medicine. Mat. licadci! by tta mayor, arrlyocl In the city to Inter- view Vice Prusident Ilnry, of tho Can- adian Pacific with reforcncB to dc- veloimionts in that city. Jlayor Mil- no. accompanied .hy W. Ovcrjmck; iiro- siilenl of Mm Alborla Clay I'roducta Company, and II. Stewart, a promin- ent business mail of wostcrn 'dtv. The mayor stat.xl that there .wflre aevcral matters of to .Mcdieiira Hat. which It was consider-, oil dcslraulo to dlae.nua with Ho man- agement of the Canadian Pacific. Medicine Hat nag Keenly disap- pointed at not Belting tho shops ami Intended making (lie C PR tlicm some nilciiujtc ta M> other ,wayt ;