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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY Indicate that the C'liung- Hwai republic: will he'Social- istic in main? icspects Gerrqans Fight Mob TJerlin. Oct. received at. the foreign office from Hankow to- day report that'Germa-n force of blue- jackets., reinforced by .German' residents have-been landed at Han- how now engaged fighting In the streets with the Chinese mob. An .official report .states that de- tachments were landed from the cruiser" Lelpaic and gunboats Tiger find Vnterland..'Members of the Gei man colony volunteered to support the marines. Disabled Government Gunboats San irrancisc, Oct. of the engagement 'between the Chinese re- volutionists and :the imperial forces ivns received here today, a cablegram Free Press giving uii account of .the disabling of three gov ernment gunboats by tire-revolution- ists''hear' Hankow' yesterday. The boats destroyed were the Chor Kun, the Chor-Kn'ng and the Chor Clioy, Germany Atcisting Rerlin. Oct. Admiralty hat, no further'details.regarding fighting ut Hankow, but understands Germans are co-operating in international land- ing corps movement commanded by Japanese navml- captain. The huge Herman cruiser, Gacisenau, will ar- rive at Hankow tomorrow with Vice AdmJrftl Von Krozik, commander of the German Asiatic As.'Uic CJermrfii-vice admiral has rank super- ior to that of American Admiral it is probable he supersede' the latter in chief command of International, na- val forces. A German-torpedo bout is accompanying the Gacisena.1 to Hankow. To Recapture Hankow Hankow, Oct 17 Impct 11! government began aggressive prepara- tions for the lecapturq of and W.ii Chang today The flist train .oacl of troops from the north arm ert on" t.h-3 scene and camped in like fashion north of liankow Sev eral more soldiers are- on the way and are expected to .'-.arrive Gliang garrison iv hich i etired fi 0111 that city wlran the rebels entered crossed the rivei Tse above the cily and marched inland probabh to effect a junction with troopl from i the north. Eailier m the the itn portal nival I'oice in the wat, augmented by the ni rival of one of the navy's modem gunboats which cirried Admiral San Chen Ping, who mmediately took command of the pedition. His first is as to ab lire foreign consuls that foreign con cessions would not, be. bj which he-might ira- dertake. His piirposo 1t was believed was to begin shelling rebel dofenc around Wu Chang npt once. The Red tJroas Society organized by revolu- tionary leaders began today removing heaped up corpus from the streets of Wu Chang.' Well fo do Chinese are Rubacribing liberally to funds for the work.' Revolutionary determination Ilis own pocket and promptly be- headed. No -trains are leaving Jla-akow ter- minal, for the north and it is uncei tain when services will be renewed, Tracks been- c'ieared where fo accelerate passage of government troop trains. A Road Hog Caused Bad Automobile Wreck (Continued from Front APPOINT FORMER MACLEOD BANKER Bonn) Was Exploded as a.greeting to the Lethbridge Delegation Briintford, Oct. V. Van Somen.ii unmerpi of the Union Bank itoon mi a nicnilier of Disregard, t-xecui-ivp ni tin (Continued from Front Page.) g'homa good tidings in that Secretary H.urns says it will order, has been ap-jm9un ahotit the best publieily Leth- ni Hi s chv. lie was formerly inan- tncL 01 lit I nmn Ranli at Madcod. Sneaking to tho Herald last .oven- ing, Dr. D'Arc MM! tint if he had been' given hall the thtrt uojill have been no siioli Me would not have much about. ifMf. lie were the only one who has ".hail such but hi ing heard of others who had been forced to. sul'fci inconvenience because of the lacfi, of consideration by teamsters .on the hill, he felt that tho Maine for the accident rested there. Mrs. D'Arc anil l tticiid h d intended coming in the car, but changed thric minds nt the last niin ul.e, and it is vc loctunito Ihcv did, for they would ussntedlv .have been seriously injuird i not Villcl Thny in en (lie local train -in- and ins pain CR gou.p1 Vegetable Compound. by aiilo mil lo (inkloii mi i hml I express in.n (rip. All Ihcii In tiling o ilfiL whatittuiithrough durinjrjbe'chiriiga was in tlie car and pointed' high secreiary 6E the ill in Onld ol lorestcrs, succeeding1 columns ofnewsptipar matter bad I1 Hoik "ho his resigned. he'an printed in the journal's al'l' ju Soinrun s will be GET JURY IN FAST TRAIN CUT ABOUT A MONTH CAR IN TWAIN 1 us VngUts, Oet com- Toronto, Oct There .1 plction ol tbe thai is, ,t wreck on the C. R. this afternoon month oi x hlllc. raoic, nab the oiil-jat a point near the Dundds stieet look ivlieii tin; JIcNan.'ara murder Mase Harness No Chirago to trial niiLiud heie Lstimatts j bridge and Alberta ever gor. During last vear acti.allv tweiUv thous- ll'at of ipmam un- Colorado WHAT I WENT TMOUGB Before taking Lydia E.Piokham's over the world wit Springs dat'a liiie. All the judging re- sultts have .'not yet, been anno.unccd, but 'It is definitely- known that Al- ltd until the pcrlLipi unlil t husim.i doun ti} 1 hanksginng predictions that ill ucir sc.ilLd Die I, and (hi mill nould not ncre herla has swept spring wheat com- petition" for the bftst peck of spring wheat in. tbe world. Kcanlla: First. Mclnlosh, secoiKl, Pawso'n, I "to Coaldalc; third, Glass, Hazelmerc. A.' corrtspondingh 'I he examination o! N'efcon, lias, cleatcd H was aglccd In involved m thi I laltsinan I i the iit'niosphore. (lelminij nnii} Jat in. tbe .Alaclood; Uoaldal6; third Glass D I'erroy, of CardsTon, has also captur- a. od a large mmbor of U" to end the reign of odiciHl graft was broijbht sharply to attention today by the execut'ion of un ,ofllcter; who been to collect tunda Tor tlie rebel cause Me catght 1urn- was strewed .along the 'banji of th" coul e Thru hfiick siKinii'.l dog among the first lo desert Uic nyuiway cai: 'and he lias not ban s rn sinct liberal rewani is offered for his rc- an attempt lo divert soniu .money lo I The parly will conUinu tlicn to Canlslon tbiii afternoon bv train, The cur is wreckctl, itmt i now, nMer a lot of strenuous labor. j up in t.lie auio hospital for n pairs. Tlir dainngcs will run into litindriMls of ilollars. DEAD MEN AT LAW of'life bei'ore I tried ge number radivkHm'i.p for graiiis, roots and 'grasses, but no announcement has been made yet. i Alberta, Saskatchewan1 and Oldanoina jare conceded to be the leading con- j tenders Tor the best state .exhibit with i the best chances in favor of AlVarta on accon-nt of the vai'ietj of the ex- hibit. The evening session featured by the address oJ Hon. Duncan Mar- i shall. Ho the hall with 'the whole'Canadian party in panule, liended by the Kilties band. On tlw entrance of the bandthc crowd went wild, forcing them to tlie platform, VogetRble: Cora- was in such nervous condition could not kc.ep si ill. MrliwbK crn cold, I had creepy sensations, J could not sleop fin ally Angeles Times" -'cxjlioilciii'' and Los lire. AinoiiK the points nnidi, cpiUtn Nelson's aie tlicse talesman n-lio Ihc I lines building was'llloun In bosbelieics JlcXamara Innonnl, in I he opinion of the defense. This jiosilion foi many was taken ov Atlornej Clar the defense, and d is noted b, coun- eiicc S. Darrcm, duel of counsel for se! for slate foi fuluje use in tlic belief that 'it cnn bi mule sernceabh by them hi cxamin-i'ions of Ulomitn 'i'proino, WHS a few mimiies late, and 1 Id p m Has hastening tq udi, the cjii At the express pass ed under luiiige a engine wdj emerging from the and Uiongh it scurried it cross as fait as t dniM I Ornfl t Ckemlcil I ;