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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 20, loir. DAIT.Y HERALD Meal iime v Lime Phosphate brings delight when the biscuits have teen made with DR PRICES Chinese Rebels Rout the Imperial Forces A of T Bailing Powder Made from G DAUGHTERS OF -v EMPIRE SCRAP Miss Boulton is Charged With Provoking Deissension Toronto, Oct. 18. After eleven reaus of existence, in which no hursh ever been spoken, to rtis- iurh its happy harmony, the Imper- ial Order Daughters of the Empire was turned into .a battlefield .today at Om annual general meeting. -.A (jiiesfcion of revising the sacred con- stitution was fought to a finish, the conclusion being a partial victory foi" lhc insurgents, led hy Miss Constance (Continued from Front Page.) ornmenl wan certain. Humors current that tlio cut rni'l- roailj, bolilnil Imjicrlnl irooiw and cnpj turucl Kino Kan, thirty miles north or llaiikow. Auotlior native roporl was that re- 'ls Irehl tho railway tiinnol at Slii Vang Chow, about hiSwlrecl nfc'oii north of lluiihow Attempts to estab- lish wireless eoniir.unicalion between capital uiiil Hankow luivo thus far hoeu fruitless. Victory for Rebels Hankow, Oct. revolution- fats declare ihat they. cnntiircil the; riverside and railway station 'after I whieh all warships retreated i with the exception of one cruiser .which surrendered to tho rebels. The j retreat of imperials at Hankow Is con- firmed In other despatches from Kiu Kwanjr '.vliiph. Slate; thut.Chlnese sun- i boats are" retreating: to Kin Kmirist. 'el's success at Hankow Pauses great. Jubilation .among Chinese hero who previously'had.; i The -run on the banks here has slop- ped- but native baiik's" are unable ic pay their outstanding eheijues and .business s-timdsli'll. Otlierwis-c the situation is 1 "Ban on Cipher Messages Hong Kong, Oct. baufcs continue Inrive shipments of Kilvor, including .llrilish dollars'-' to north China, owing to the faVit I'ajier. ciiri'aiicy ;is discredited' .an'd of tho lar iMiianatjiig from Ihi- (Jenei'nl Ex- ecutive. Mrs. .Samuel Nonlliemiei1 resigned the presidency, which she Ims licld i since the- inception' of the. Order and 'BoaYd of posts anil; communi- cations has instructed Chinese telc- srapli administration to accept tele- ranis in plain language only and not j i transmit cipher messages. Rebels Winning Peki'n, Oct. "'which 'prevailed here since yesterday "E want to make this place the spot to buy your Staple Dry Goods and Ladies Ready-to-Wear. To this end we will Close Out all the Boots and 'Shoes, Men's Wear, Carpets and Linoleums, and numerous .Small Lines to enable us to do better and carry a fuller Assortment of Staple Dry Goods and Ladies'Ready-to-Wear Goods. We have had two great days selling and want to make Saturday the biggest day this year. Many New lines have been added for our Sale, one of them is a ship- ment of Mill End Prints, very fine and dark goods, suitable for Fall wear, worth 15c per yard, selling at 9yds for Remember our lines of Ladies Coats and Suits are New and almost Unbroken, and and we are selling .them at 25, and 35 per cent off, as these were ordered by the A. Mac- donald Co. and shipped to them and we got a good buy on .them. Yours for Values chief oncers will guide the destinies jpf flm.'organization. Confirmed Mrs. Alherf K.' Uooflerhain, j-dyspitrelr TronV riimkow :whidh stated lieu inauguration address, ranged her-, that the rebels were winning, self definitely ou the reform side, be-, Rumors of dissatisfaction among comes president hy acclamation Mrs. i the' imperial so'iiliers in --Yunan ni-e Kclncrsloiilmitgli and Miss Arnold, a'-j reported in consular despatches from Iso elected by acclamation, become there .Roth modern troops honorary secretary and regiments -thivjaten to mutiny be- ganUing secretary, respectively, .in cause they have not been paid and place of Mrs: George 1'. Reid and to march against rebels in from Bnitlton; regent of Chamberlain Chap- There have been rumors of disquiet .in the Order since last spring vrhcn a circular letter sent by JMiss Bonl- "ton, setting -forth her proposal, was trongiy ..condemned in. anotliervicircu- .Miss Merrill, who withdrew from the; oflice in .sompathy with Mrs. Nord-. neimer. diief; officers a'MI--to ha-Ve j' 'oi Miss Boul'toti was tliar-'-tbe constitution should be oi' Vicejpy is said to have troops irtifie'd his yamcn, consul at Yun -Van re- "War recominending tliiit revised'ils to give U.o'repnts of cflunlry Macdonald Block generally' would fall hands of the revolutionists. iito the was also stated that Kiaiig Su had fallen into th-e hands of the rebels _; but this was denied by the govern- Rebels .Claim V.ctory ollleials. A cable from Hankow Hankow, Oct.. by wire-i said that Admiral Shah of the Ira- loss to Kiu Kiang. 2.-I5 p.m., relay by had ordered the northern telegraph to, .Shanghai -I sollthern fleets to assemble in SCANT GET CARS eninvant troops retreated to seventy- five mile creek bevbnd Hankow; revo- lutionists victory. Chin- different chapters a voice in the meet ings of the general council of the sent '-out Itht, executive, commenting on the scheme, was couched in ra ther wa rm lan- guage, describing Miss Boulton as an agitator" anti a. "malcontent seek- th'3re was time. In conseque-ice the out missionaries have been warned by couriers and arc prepared to leavji. J- A-vM6fiatimiedan rebellion is repb'rt- ed iniminent in Kan sc'ano-of Alolmniinadaii revpl tin 1S5S and JS75. Belief ii sirpngUiere "tliat serious defeat forces would ese warship retreated' down the river' that region. of.sight of settlement, which is country 1 Capture 'Arsenal -San Shanghai messages, to one .of, th? Chinese pa- pers here staled, cap- tured the .-arseri.'ir'iac Kiari, Kiang Su provinco.-last night It and set.. fire, to nuartors. CONVENTION 10 BE HELD HERE Of the Epwdrth Leagues of Southern Alberta in March TO SHIP GRAIN Tabor, Oct. car shortage IlL-re is growing more'serious, daily. It is understood that two of the vators are fill! of srai'1 and can't get ears. Some farmers have been shipping .their grain independent. of the eleva- tors year, One .'well known farmer TORIES SMOKE AND LISTEN Usual Campaign Argu- ments About Natural Resources A gathering p[ local Conserva- tives took pkicti .at the headquarters offered him at tile local elevators. GETS THE NOBEL PRIZE Stockholm, Oct. Kobe The executive of the .Southern A.I- prize for medicine ivas awarded I, >erla Hntt'orlh League and Sunday I'rof. Alivar Gulotrand of Upsala Uni School association composed of tho versity, Upsala .Sweden, for researcl ligli liiver, Macleod and Letliiiridge n'orlt in dioptarics In connection ivitl lislricts met at'-Westminster 'lis study of the eye. age last night. The matter of'put-' ting on an aggressive campaign paign among tlio Leaguers with a view to securing further organixation in the newer centres and stimulating the .forward movement scheme, was discussed. It was decided that an effort be made to secure the services of Rev. It. Jolific, who is home on Boston, Oct. Clarence V T. 'Richcson, pastor'of a Baptist church in Cnmbridge, arrested oarly today as the result of a police investigation of lira death bv poison ing of JIiE-3 Avis Lenrioll, student-at New England Conservatory of Music. The arrest was made at the homo of Moses G. Edmunds, father of Riehe I'-ollowmg the resolution passed at son's fiancee1 in Brdokline. the last convention that the associa-1________________ lion ii'iHlerUilie the support of a mis- sionary, preferably one to work among tin; Foreigners in the Pass, and I in rloagh ii'om China, to .tour tlit: district, his work to be1 followed up bv the best, local men ava.ila.blr. says he got more" for his grain, of the association last The hy shipping independently than was j meeting was in the slmpc of a smok- ing concert, jxiid gave "the opportunity' to the candidate, and .other local lights. ;of political learning to give expression to. their feelings towards the present government Mr. Bush, of Strathcona, was press- ed into service and'condemned the government on the usual stereotyped lines. Mr. Ivcs followed suitj and after paying the Lethbridge Herald his usual compliment "a formula (.or of thought" in this in stance, went on in'his best legal style to argue the benefits of the province having control its naturdl ic- sources. The lenrncd speaker wemt into sev- eral abstract mathematical calcula- tions UK to what, the federal govciti- nunl.liad rccnivecl, and what the pro- vince hail lost, anil delivered, his judgment that the. natural resources belonged to the province. The SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST PREACHER LLOYD-GEORGE WINS OUT London, Oct. is oiricially an- nounced that as a result of a final :vv of the fact that it seems im- conferoncu today between Chancellor possible to secure a man for this pur- Uoyd-Georse and the representatives pose, the executive recommended that of the friendly societies at which con- ihe support of a missionary in the cessions were made by tile societies, foreign field he iimlerlaken, subject to to the chancellor's nation- Ibp approval of the missionary au-.'rl insurance bill, which has been a ttioriiics j most serious obstacle, has been with- The next convention will be held not later than the first week in March in Wesley church. It is ex- peeled lhat the general superinlend- jcnt, Hcv. Dr. t'hown, and Rev. Mr. Westmali, the secretary for Alberta and Ii. will appear on (Tie con- vention program. An effort, will be made to have one of the nv.ssionarics who arc on furlough and ;i provincial specialist fake part at the conven- tion also. l-'edcral government were only ivait- ng to-be asked to grant the' same, nit it required a particular form of isliing, according to Air Ivcs, and ulial; was hy voting foi the Coiibcr- 'ative candidate. A. C. Hurt, of Brentford, has wen le Imperial Cadets Challenge Cup ss he .nest avl-roimd cadot rifle shot in' 'anada. Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited, 123 Dsuinatyue Avenue East, Winnipeg Send Protest to Mr. Eurrell (Continued from Front Page.) NI-IKOH. B. Oct. ni.-Ueiievim; I lint tin1 census ur turns tin crnilit ilic cily anything lilrc the real population, tin- citizens'm' Xelson on, TliankKRivitiR Day, SOlli, will make a iTi'oinit. Tins was di-eidnl at a tiu'ri.iii.i; of the NVIson. finprovf- nn'iit assoi'iation hist night, Hoard DI Trailc, tho City Council, tin; Publicity Bnn.-au, and the V. C. I A. will co-opera I c in HIP uork. It is j prnpo.snl (hat both city ;im! tho suh-' nrhs .shall he covered ;1nd exact cnunt niiidi- of the ri'.siiU'iits. A Pound Lasts Longer Tlio first thiny ;i woman notices when sho starts using Blue RIMon is Its holt or, richer Haver. Then she notices Ihut. n pound lasts longer. A pinch of Blue Klhlmn makes much mom tea is given by n larger nmount of other ten. And It Is guaranteed satisfactory, Your grocer will refund your money If you rln not find Illno Hlbbon superior to the tea you have boon using. Merely return the umiRCd poriion. ;