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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Alia.. Saturday, October _ Number 263 A BIG LIBERAL RALLY TONIGHT IN REDING HALL. NORTH LETHBRIDCE SPEAKERS. HON.-C. R. MITCHELL7VV. A. BUCHANAN.M.P.. AND THE CANDIDATE. S. J. SHEPHERD HIGH OFFICIALS SAY TOOK HER LIFE No Indications "of Foul Play in Parry Sound Case Parry Oct. by suicide the verdict' rotund l.v the coronsr's jury which today In- .ignorant ol General .I outre s ac- v'e-liKatod the', sad end of Violet ticn. It is said at the ministry that Smith, the young Toronto school he was acting without instructions, Paris, Oct. was received here tonight I'IO.T: Own, Algiers, that General the rrcnca high com- inljiSioner, arrived suddenly at Oiljtla, Morocco, today and ordered the ar- rfst of tlie li'readi government conv j inissionur M. Dcstailleur, C'uptaill oil Custom's Officers Pamtoria and French i Vice Consul I.. l.orRi'ou. It is re- n'oi'tcd that they are charged with being concerned in the sale ot contra- band' arms anil hind speculation frauds, hut UK foreign office anil min- CROP BIGGEST IN HISTORY OF WEST Toronto teacher who after teaching for five weeks at Dillon Port, an Isolated vil- t'vefri'y-five tnilss from Parry i Hound, disappeared on October 9tb. j body war, discovered in the She- i bashkoug River yesterday morning by her brother-in-law, Capt. Brock Bat- Port Arthur who, pending lha arrival of the coroner and the open- ing ot the inquest, tied -the body to 'boat-at .the spot where it was Fifteen residents of the imifrh- M'hood guarded .tbj body all ni.3ht to keep the wolves away. This morn- ig Coroner Davis of Parry Sound opened the inquest and crown a-'.tor- noy Ifaight examined the wltacwes. 'J'he post mortem examination con- ducted by Dr. H. M. Lambert and Dr. J. Bi Tandyx showed that there were no external marks of violence on the hodv.and that all the organs ware normr.', excepting the left, lung, which Elnwcd marked symptoms of tuber- JlOe s Detth dionning 'n aicd PetLi Hams-iy secrelari oi the i and had been urgently requested cable to form an explanation. _ i it Falls ably Below Early Estimates Winnipeg, Man., Oct. mentary crop estimates published by the Manitoba Free Press today after Bosses sustained by the-recent bad weather, put the Western Canada wl.eat crop at bushels; the oat crop at barley at and flax at According to an estimate hy the Kree Press of September 4th, the wheat crop would be bu- ends, tire oat yield barley and flax The de- preciation on wheat therefore was due to the delay occasioned by unfavor- able weather is about Even Lethbridge decrease m yieia the wast I still stands to harvest the largest crop From Macleod jm its history, though -the-wet weather 21 Advertiser frost have caused vexatious de- AMERICAN POLICE WANT HAMMOND Man Now Confined i n few Macleod, Oct says: B. -J. Sweeny, alias Ihnv.n- cev Hammond, who Was sentenco! in Uie district, court at Muck-oil days ago lo Uie Lethhridgc participation in the thcit of cisc irom the Lnipnc Uotc! U bj ihc police of Dctioit Mich Y.O lied over a Bchool iiouule nnsint it ot her iction in pcluclng the bon j r Miner a t-i alT from j HIP ro irth to the third book Aimer i cumpliiinecl to "ml Miss Smith piospect of a, fiom the school In i ec 01 liu fears 13 ;iCtsr her disappearance the in- imttor wroto that lie could ncrt come. -Mr. Kamnay Imd; noticed ne.lions of ilio made him think hur in I ml war, not .nltog'jther sound, she wag quiet and reserved. For two v.T-pkEi.ahe liad had a bad cough. Samr.'Jl, Oicver, Jean Ramsay and told of Mies Smith's on the night'prccedinjv and tho morning of her 'disapcaranoa. They falleJ to throw any light on the caso. Coroner Davis told ,tlie. jury ihtit the mean oflicers be wai me; iur him with IA tradition papers mfc-Ho the roconl H-MimunJ -iritstcri Von Utji 'or school inspeitot iheili df IK paj roll amounting to H over 517 QOO nf the P M fr Motor pinj Detroit with he enplovc'l Tie was or InsufTicicnt evidence. He was re- nrreslcd Nov. 30th, charged with padding the pay rolls oi UIE sumo company to-the amount of lie was released forfeited. In 1911 he was ai rested in 'CoJ-im- bus, Ohio, charged with the '.halt of I 'an automobile, valued at i.c-j longing to Dr: .Tims. Hraily. He was j held [or trial on bail, which' he jumped. TSs lawyer, sccur.id an lay -n the moving of the crop. The above -estimate was compiled fprim Uie report-3 of con'eHpondenis all over I-iil 1'i-r uvo hundred widely different points a suit the entire prairie prov- inces, and tho general trend s tt reports received was to the effect tb.it while the wheat mid been mater- ially reduced the quality has suffered a comparatively small percentage of depreciation. As regards the .provinc- es Manitoba came .-out hest showing, most of iier crops- having Reen cut previous to the bad spell; while Saskatchewan, the largest wheat.producing province has suffer- ed the mqet severe damage from the bad harvesting weather, hut even more the opinion prevails about two per cent, would remain uncut owing to frost. Reports from Alberta show .practically all the crop was nut with the exception of a.lit- bail which !ate fau wheat. BIG MINE DISASTER Palermo, Sicily, Oct. explosion has occurred iu a mine at Trahonella. It Its re- ported that one hundred per- sons are killed or injured. i v RECEPT Plan to Welcome Home the Dry Fanning Con-. gress Delegates One grind opportunity to cap the work of the Dry Farming de- legates now presents itself to Lethbridge, and that Is to give responsible for :the victory in securing tjwi. Congress of 1912 for Lethbridgei'i right loyal re- ception on their' arrival here on Monday.' The {rain bearing the local party is due to arrive here on Monday., morning at 6.45. Of course this Is; not an appropriate' hour to hold reception, but .would that a public re- ception of tome definite and ap- propriate character be held. It is just possible 'the train may be a few" hours In arriving, as there is some talk of allowing the excursionists over an hour or two. at Great Falls or Helena. The Herald 'Would urge the city officials, at make arrange- ments to give these worthy re- presentatives of Lethbridge, who have-" done so .much for its wel- fare, a reception" that will make a fitting ciimax'.to.. the efforts achieved by who eternally boosted .Firming" The 'im'p'ortaHbe' voff having 'the Con- gress here next year cannot'be overestimated, and we trust the city will do its part. Acting Mayor ..Sage. Is heartily in sympathy with 'the project., A make arrangements for a reception will be held this evening at 8.30 o'clock in the Council Chamber. Every citizen is urged to attend. DID HANNAN WIN HIS CASE? Opponents of his Appli- cation Claim That he Didn't There is a differenco amongst the parties interested as to whether the CUTTING LUMBER AT PRINCE ALBERT Prince Albert, Sask., Oot. dications are that over feet of lumber will be cut in the woods of the Prince Albert district the coining winter. The Big River Lumber Companies are the largest ies will also mate a large cut this winter. It is estimated that be- tween and men will be required in the woods to do the work of the lumber companies, and the cord wood and tie contractors. These i men are wanted right CANNOT GET A SIDING AT STAUNTON i inanv arc now coming away and into the city. It is a little early yet to determine of the Farmers in That District In the matter ol the appHeation ol the farmers in the vicinity ton, west ot Monarch, directing the C.P.R. to instal sufficient that the decision was a victors- for j an coracrs ,vho arc willing to work 'can secure employment in the woods. Railway Commission's order means that tho C. P. R. must locate its sta- tion on section 29 or section 30. the "relation of the demand lor labor accommodation there (or the Blirpow The Herald announced at tire time (o th_ but it :is ccrtain that j o; mark-cting grain, the Railway Com- mission has rendered Judgment die- cussing the application. Commissioner McLean decision, with which Chairman Habti agreed. It was as lollowi "Application la madt (or a "itoB ot Staunton, which is a point a distance east of the Old Man Rivet on the Crow's Nest Branch of tha Canadian Pacific Railway. Tho Old Man River which crosses tho railway, between Pearce and Monarch bends ia a north-westerly -direction, agaia crossing the line which leads to Al- dersyde at a point a short west from Macleod. This stations, Grant Hannan, the owner ol section J29, tilie. original Kipp townsite, and Hannan maintains that the decls- n section 29. Commissioner McLean in his judg-'; nent, with which Chairman Mabee agreed, said: "Between the original proposed location at or' near the Hannan property, and the present location of tho station, as proposed by the railway, there Is a distance of ap- proximately 3100 ft. I am of the opinion that if a station somewhere near the road, which crosses the track in a north and south direc- tion, about 1300 feet as shown on the plan, west of the propogod lo- cation, it would reasonably serve the traffic of the district." Now Mr. Hannan maintains the 1300 feet distance keeps the station on his townsite, but those who support the C. P. R.'s site, say that the station will be located across the road on sec- tion 30, the C. P. R. property. Mr. Hannan'E application asked for the location of the station on the southwest-quarter of section 29, tn.ra- ahip 9, range 22, but dtamira- ed by the commissioners. As said be- NEW CHDRCB-AT" GRASSY LAKE Dedication of St. Luke's Parish Church by the Bishop of Calgary Grassy Lake. Oot. Luke's parish church of Grassy Lake .was rormally and dedicated by the aPart' 1S Pearce and Monarch are 7 i mllea Right Rev. W. C. Plnkham, D. D., B.C., ij., Lord Bisuop of Calgary, on St. Luke's Day. Bishop Pinkham was assisted in the services by the Rev. ,T. E. Murrell- Wright, rector of St Atiguittn'B, Leth- bridge; Rev. H. Speke, of .Bow Island sou-th, Rev. Jfr. Efenderson- and W. T. Bullock, lay reader .of Tlie new St. Luke'i church la uated on the corner "of Third 'street north, and Chamberlain the -j I fore Mr, Hannan maintainable Jnds-l h aonated by Mr. Bsl- them; miles located between. o! Monarch. nent does put the slat: vaEe "nd trnn'ferred to the Diocese jthev claim they to pR! tioned. was Uglily'satisfactory RS it i his bonds r.on completely or ugly rqinora. mrliijng anxious enquiries is to Crown Attorney Helgnt added that the (ljs exorie'l'ated different memlierg of the conlmumty .who had bcon iraplicated hy rumor in .the trag- _ ody. Xo" letter or word had been rnitnil on the body; the jury wltlioiit returned an unaniinong verdict j Hint Miss Violet 'Smith drowned sf-'.f wir.le iu a d'apreasad montal state i on by the trouble in the j Ecnool. her. mother's recent (iaatii and! Her own serious, state of health. The j hndy ot Miss Smith was brought here tonight and' forwarded to Toronto v-nero. it will he hurled mother in Mount Pleasant cemetery. Tim reward of 1200 offered for tha body by tte Ontario Educational Do- be offered (o Cnpt. liatten and Wm, Beatty who assisted !n the finding of the remains. It is not yet ftnbw.i whether they will accept, the reward. discovered since his ar- that a grip in his It has -rest .here sion was stolen from Calgary. TTIDVC IN RATTI F I UllIVO 111 UlUILtl REVOLUTIONISTS CONTINUE GAIN HEADWAY IN It is Reported that a Chinese Warship was Sunk-Pekin Afraid to Give Out Alarming News-Banks at Shanghai Close or' decisiJ wUe 1300- the Calgary. It h an ornament to the southwest quarter ot section 29 1s lo-! town and a credit to Rev. Mr. Bender- cated One thing seems to be certain, son, who designed it and himself su- and that is' that the station will be on perlntended the construction. The the east or west side of the road men-j building is of .Gothic deiign, 36 by 30 feet, with a vestry 10 by 15 feet, tlbule, tower and belfrey: A.feature of the church Is the handsome Go- thic windows with colored glass and different emblems and the Gothic ceil- ing. The foundation Ia on- a concrete foundation and IB very substantial. The cost is part of. which rill Ue borne I'y societies in England, ,EB announced by Bishop Pinkham at the opening. The members of the build- ing committee were: W. Salvage, Jus. In the answer of the Canadian Pwl- fic Kailwav Company, it was con- tended that shipping facilities available for the petitioners in ques- tion either trom Pearce or Monsreh. "11 is stated that the application covered bs the petition lor these fa- cilities represents a land-holdmg ol some acres. Most of the far- mers the petition live to the north and north-east ol Stiunton.'. In hauling their gram to Monarch, Staun- ton and back, a distance of aiout miles. They say that if thev had sid, ing facilities- at Staunton, they Doors-Red Cross at Work Pekin, Oct. 20. ese forces met with defeat Wednes- -The Imperial Chin- started by bursting shells. Messages trom Tokio tell of feverish Japanese I .FINDLAV W.ILL OPPOSE MAYOR TAYLOft OF VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. C., Oct. i her i Bt "eing driven -hackly Turkish and Bulgarian revolutionists. The extent of Uie troops on the frontier. It is report-j defeat is not yet known. The govern- ed losses on both sides are heavy., jnrent forces arc supposed to be ,cn- Constantinople, Oct. tie-! trenched seven miles north of Han- cluration' of Said Pasha, the Grand a'wajr.jng reinforcements, one of Vizier in the chamber of deputies, jne that took part in the en- he would devote himscIf to nt a' revarljeA mnt OT9r Bilai-.-mtwinir the honor and of tho Ottoman is considered; revolutionary forces. in diplomatic circles lo justiEy the A consular dispatch received a't Pe- ,to a kln from the province of Yun Nan re- between Tur- disaffoction among the troops NEW POSTMASTER AT CRANBROOK j that negotiations have been begun people there have joined the rebels, with tho Porte with tho view of ef- is roared by the legations at Pekin r., Icctinc the entrance of Turltcv Crsnbrooh, Oet. SeptMm-! b bar 1898 R. 13. Meiittlo has very ceiitalily ,-uid efficiently filled the elllon of liosUnaster of Cranbrooli. Europcan In some quar- moralize ters if is said the negotiations were initialed hv (iennanv who wishes lhat news of the repulse of the gov- ernment forces at Hankow will do- tho troops now mobilizing and also that the provinces south of the Vang Tse Kinug and somo on the military and naval activity. This now It is said causes great anxiety to the Pekin government. Red Cross at Work Hankow, Oct. During Wednes- day's ba'ttle the Red Cross for the first time in history put Chinese work- ers in tile field. The lied Cross has not yet obtained recognition by the Imperial troops and conscqtrently some of their wounded were killed and mutilated by civilians who are In sympathy with the revolution. The foreign nurses remained on the battte field to take care at the wounded despite the advice of the consuls to leave. Msv G" Hankow .Manilla, Oct. Local merchants received nolicr from the naval au- thorities today to deliver at once all lood supplies vhlch had been contract- ed for on behalf of marines stationed r! mire. It wa'.i iinnouii1 ced that this as- This .office he has rc-iicnetl and his', Turkey to join the triple north rjrer wm place has h'-en taken by Joseph .Tackson. Alderman TWO TO HANG IN B. C. while again fircaf Britain is said to bc the power with which the Porte desires to deal with.' Vancouver. Oct. 8'0.-Henry .lobes, ELEVATOR BURNED AT 6RANUM A financial crisis is threatened at Shanghai where several native banks nave suspended payments. What Mean? Ixntdon, Oct. dispatch- from Shanghai report, rioting.at Hankow, Manyln and Hu Chang. Mar- ro'irnl gnlltv by n jury .1 New West- j Clawsholm, Ocf. 31.-H I. learned mlU'Uer late this nPammn of tho H'e elevator at Qrannm, formerly .1 r HI- in tint ritv owned by the ClareBliolin Lumber A n hv Cho L Co., but later operated by "nl law was declared In these cites .Mine, b> Chief Justice hurned on Monday the rebels were only nblo to main- Humor, to bo hanged on December a boj cs, on t'he' partial order. At Hankow several Bidlns.' The building IE i looters A from Tire cause ol the fire tho On tho same day lelil, a iiKlierman, will pay 'ho BStromo r.'jn- for tbo murder of total loss. not been learned. 1 lullght were but immense lirus were sembling of supplies was a precaution- ary measure in view of the possibility WRIT AGAINST MINERS A writ has been issued against the miners of the dis- trict by the operators of The Western Canadian Collieries of Frank and Blalrmore for dnm- caused by pickettlng and for an injunction to restrain the same. that the entire force would he des- patched for emergency duty in for- eign concessions at Hankow. That naval authorities regard the present disturbance in China as likely to be of long duration is Indi- cated hy the fact that tlie Collier Ab- arenda which sailed this week for campaign. Holding Sack Bad News M. Hancock, TV. Jloper, 'Webb, and W. Wynne. CHANGES IN THE ONTARIO CABINET Toronto, Oct. the provin- cial elections It is predicted Hon. J. J. Foy will bo appointed to the Ontario bench. It is reported that he has ac- cepted the offer of a judgeship from Mr. Bordeu. There ii now a vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Justice Shanghai too, ammunition for a long tion of the cabinet. Political prophets forecast that Hon. W. J. Hanna will succeed'Hon. Mr. Foy and that Hon. Pekln, Oct. is no doubt B now without .portfolio will thnt more serious news than that of JD'0 provincial secretary, the the government -troops by the revolutionists at Hankow Wed- nesday has b-aen received at Pekln, nut, has not been published. There are persistent rumors that Admiral Sah Cheng Pius's flagship was uunk c.- captured. It ia reported that the rebels are CELEBRATE TRAFALGAR DAY London, Oct. annual cele- bration of Trafalgar Day took place today. Lady Fremantle laid a. wreath on the tomb of heroes at St. Paul's Calhsxlr-.il and the Nelson monument In Trafalgar Square was lavishly decor- now holding Kwmig Chow at the Mod including several maple wreaths narrowest point of the Vans Tse ri- from Canada and various other wreaths ver and that, they are also iu posses- sion of the Chang and Railway, near Hwang Hsiii. The result of Wednes- day's fighting has caused n general iccllng at tho foreign legations that the situation is now critical. Diplo- mats met yesterday and considered China's foreign financial obligations. The government has requested post- ponement of payment on boxer In- demnity Installments nud is eagerly seeking R new loan. A belated telegram from Chang Sha j miner date of last.Wednesday states that the fall of the city ia Imminent. The rebels are reported to have post- ed heavy artillery In a strong posi- tion In bills north of Canton. from Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. JURYMEN GET FRESH AIR Los Angeles, Oct. thirty men rejoiced today at being nt liberty out of doors Instead of locked up un- be able to make two they make only one at preieBt. It appeared in evidence it the hearing, at Kipp that tin OW Man Hiver was not any point near Staunton, and that no bridge existed, nor there