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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IT. AIU.. Monday. Odober Number JARlJFillNDMARSHALLWEDNESDAY REBELS OCCUPY TWO OF CHINA'S BIG CITIES Two of Mosi Important Southern Centres 3.: 'of Empire LOSSES HEAVY Suffered in an Engage- ment Between Rebels and Imperialists BANKER Walsh, Just Released from Prison, Dies in Chi- cago Chicago, III., Oct. R. RACE WAR IN SALT IME'S ROSS TO WIN SIFTON'S PLAK OKLAHOMA CITY State Troops Called Out to Qyell Trouble WELCOME A IN PINCHER FEATURE Lethbridge Delegation Was Dined at Corn- Club mencal WQOLF LEADS Liberal Candidate Gain- F. Ross, the Liberal candidate. Jinny anil Stellcr Thompson, white men., F. Ross, tlie Lineiai Large numbers oi enraged negroes The Reception to Canad- of the people here have never had the tonight from the sur- n i privilege ot seeing or hearing Prcin- lansin me Utah Cuv.cta, Okla., Del. Sud- ileth, a negro, was shot to death to- night by a mob of citizens who had armed themselves following a battle j this afternoon l.etwccn races in which- Walsh, former blinker and publisher Sudilc'th killed J. D. Heavers, cily and railroad owner released .n week attorney, and wounded Carmen Oliver ago from Lcaveinvol'tll federal _ pcni-_ anil Stellcr Thompson, white men. IcnUnry, dieil today of heart disease. -...-'-ffi, i Mr. Walsh had been in bed. most of 2J-r.be leklu cone-l hcro [rom country and a -race.war Bponden of -the .mes started ,5 bccn inevitable. The whites ortbe Bh, says he .dAnc" constantly bv physicians. town arc. patrolling the streets and S uarl, Reports thai Al, was failing guarding Iheir homes as best they ivached Kwang' Shill. The expedit- in health during his incarceration, had can, lint were airaid to bring l-lu. and dlstrlot h.ve a warm spot in Sonnr'v force says the correspondent, been denied at Hie pouileiitiary. On women from Iheir homes and send hearts for the'.'bld Canadian homo is now Complete. It consists of less liis release it was plain that, lie bad them to JIuskogce on the last train ,VM ]iroven again and again to tho I Dr. Warnocl; is. over. limn 20.000 fighting men including aged, and' ho gave up plans for re-i out. They declare that they will Lt-ibbiidge delegates to the Dry Farm- guardfng the communications, siiu.'itiun of Ills position us linaneial try to get them on the next train ing Congress. Everywhere the party which passes through Coweta wont they were entertained by former Rush Military to Scene Muskogce, Okla., Oct. 23. Wha military can be gathered together to night is being rushed by specnl tijin fv the assistance oi the white popu- BilVe wished IS THE ONLY SANE POLICY ITMJANS Metropolis 1' '.jlH'. That former cftirens of Lethbridge Speakers Present Strong Case for the Liberal Candidate S..J. SHEPHERD Good IVleeting Addressed by Attorney-General'........ and Others The campaign in the bye-election was opened in earnest on Saturday as long as tiiends wouid of !rolhy and iu- Ucng ,.tazi, Snrces way made perfectly clear, and the in- tricacies of the A. and O. W. deal fully explained. The position of Mr.' Sifion, in dealing with the same was .______------------------------------ fully exonerated. crals tau-aliocd.-to-be..charitable and attach no blame to them in that re- ALD. SAGE REPLIES TO MEAOTTACK Jlr. Buchanan expressed his pleas in appearing on tha can- didate It was more than the Libei al cause he wis siippoiting it was th? Sit on government because that government hid done so much in the interests ot the people Facing dls sension in its parts it had come out wholehevitedlj to straighten out a radical tangle Called at a time when the pally divided, and ask- Shows That Reception was Inspired by En- thusiastic Citizens s j Acting Mai or S tge made the fol- ion mg statement to the Herald tins ed to tike charge Mr Sifton Had idealt with the issue m the beat getieril interests Offending m element of the Liberal nartj, when It, on Silurnij called him lo oftlce with regard to raormns U the lequcst of a number chccifull} took up the miller of pub today on their return from Colorado. seventh' Dry Farming .good will aroused by the magnificent I Known throughout seven states as the Confess In 1012 Their reception bv I reception tendered the Canadians all j largest delegation of.blg boosters ever placed on trial charged, with nuirdei the I-elhlrndge people was cordial, ailrt tl-.rongh their itinerary, then the j gotten together. In the lead were K ,ng Thomas H. Swope b; the l-elhoridg'e peope was cordial, aim iiii-ongn ineir iniiKiitij, age before the opening o, the IIU2 nnrt tilo part5. dirt wWl the inscriptions Downer, the most capable manag- session of parliament and. that Uoyd i noj for'one forget that" If on'banners, "I.etlibrldge 1912 Boost- jer of the special; President George-M. George, now chancellor oi the wll people lrt borne who in and "Welcome Home." Polio.-1 Hiiteh bearing the Jtarg. gC, I1OW CIlallL-UIIUl Ul pl chequer, is to become the leader measure made the House oi Commons. CLERICALS ELECT MOST MEMBERS Stras'iburg, Germany, Oct. quarters of the northern army remain Kl'ociions for the lower house .under nl Sin Yang Chan, proving that Yin the new constitution granted at Al- Chang considers his forces inadequate sace-Lorralne were held today. Up ultlon for more artillury and the head- lo assault the rebel army, which is difficult to "I-" "The-rebels are entrenched every- wlieri. They are destroying bridges their rclarniimim.r these came automobiles bearing trophy, and all the vest wearing the homo victorious possible. Tne pralsb'some of the more prominent men of smile that.won't come ck Alldst the is duo to all alik, and to all the party, rmong Hon. Duncan strains of the-pipe, ami the bar1 they ji <1own First avenue, l-iftii St., and'Foui'tii uu at. the good returns, be api-recialeil. Hon. W, H. iMolbcnveil, Mr. H was hardly expected by the spec-j toorge. l-.areoi.rt, find others of the tal ,ba h. tr.1 n 5Slfl arrive' on rovennnuit parlies of Aiberta and Chinook Clnb where they scheduled time. In fact, if wns The famous Kilties j That the.royal wnjeome te, dc: ed the n'.'Od loo fast all along the'line, and Uand came noxt. and their appearance was could be si.cn very few places were reached on time in spite of every effort put forth to a late bom'tonight, it appeared that by the railroad representatives inland when the train arrived at (ho on T, out of fit) districts, have been elcti- i ovary branch. However, the Informa- ed. The remainder, will require a j tlou came at Stirling that tbe whole nallot which .will be'taken October I city would be out to greet the parly. The Clericals have elected Chtian also reiwrtx heavy flght- IIIB An emergency red cross society has been orsanir.cd at Pekin. The llrat, contingent now proceeding to the fiont. includes six American and Kng- llBh doclom, Chinese doctors and nnr- on 5-) two, and tire Ubcrals one, the success of the delegation was ap- two being uncertain. predated. To have the honor of bring- mounting giui. They claim to j tho of the large crowd proved beyond a doubt that of the -separate revolutionary organ- ization called Kuomlnghus. The Wu -liiiang rclrel. asvjnls swarm al. Chang Hha, Vochow'and other towns. The men who' arc organizing n southern i-onfedenicy are willing lo abandon north-to the .Manchus. TWO NEW Ottawa, Oct. C. Hell, of New Glasgow, a former M. .P., and A. C. l-arivlere, also an ex-JI. P., of St. Honlfncc, have bren called to the senate. ling home the Congress for 1912, to bring homo the grand cup for the largest delegation from 'any stale, eight sweepstakes, ami [nearly fifty first plrea gold medals, was enough lo warm the hearts of Letbbrldge citizens, and they showed more plainly than over lhat their cily Is first and forcmosi iu their estima- tion. After the usual hearty greetings at the deixit. Ihe parade lined up. Head- LOCAL OPTION VOTE IS OFF c.very face in tho procession, '.'ho party Is home. They have re- turned victorious. They have made Alberta a name to lie considered by thousands of people in J early every -state of the union, and they have fos- tered a feeling of good fellowship be- tween the two great countries of iN'orth which will live and grow to the untold advantage of both bis Utitudv. toniids the A and Cr defll he had put the public tue foiemost ind foi that reason alone desen ed support Irrespective cf. T notified the Herald of; these re- quests .on Saturday afternoon. At a A G W Railway citizens' meeting on Saturday night, whm A Md o w I was asked to ma.c use ol tlie. pul ,t m, secn that the colt.act pits as pro- (em. railway time table. ls a bOOI1 one arld the Libeial 1 did just lhat, if they were tiienlielves proceeded o clii- able, nothing more. up and foiced its cancellatl j l fn 'Shepherd will secure, many votes the Legislature Mi Bennett like- by the childish expression which ap- mso its cancellation r.carcd in the News this morning, "lit tlie coulnct should bt torn to pieces Mr Sifton in the onlj propel nnd roiislitutional minnei introduced a bill to tiansfer to the proUace whs' really belonged to it. Cities at Well II Agriculture "The other evening you ha1 Ui-3 tp- nortunity or hearing Mr and he took the attitude that the'gov- ernment, should devote all its atten- tion to the country districts and Ho agriculture! I believe that the gov- ernment should on agriculture, but at-the same time, I do not believe that cities should be neglected. They tiolh require fair treatment." in Lethbridge we have oulslanding ev- idences in the shape of our courthouse wliei'ehy my action is shown as political sop to the Herald and Hon. Mr. Marshall DR. HYDE ON TRIAL AGAIN Kansas Cily, Oct. 23. Dr. Clarke Hyde was today for the second time; by poisoning, the verdict of the first jury which on Jlay 10, 1910, found Dr. Hyde guilty and fixed punishment of and other government buildings as to the care the city has received. And not only that, although we have an life imprisonment. Judgment was re-.active Board of Trade, all efforts to versed and the case remanded for procure the Dry Farming Congress bore would have been of no avail with oul the guarantee given by the government when asked for the same. Not only this, but it has raised by an retrial by tho Missouri Supreme court April 11. last. MONTEITH WOULDN'T RUN' MItehca'. Out., Oct. Perth Conservatives today tendered the nomination for the Legislature lo the Hon. Nelson .Montelth. former milli-i- tor of Agriculture, who 'was defeated by Valentino Stock in 1HOS. lie de- clined and John Heiiuowls, of, Logan township, was nominated. Kdmoiitoll. Oct. lo the uuworkability of the Lo- i cal Option Act, tha' vote ill peoples. Canada, Albarta, Saskatche- Central Alberta for option set I wan and Lethbrldgc nro( no longer down for November 30. has been called off for this fall. The government after consul- tation with Interests concern- ed, have decided on this course. The act is fifteen years old and has provisions which are too cumbersome for 'names to be sniffed ut.wherever Ihe j fame of the Special" has spread. It was a big delegation of hiK men, hacked up with the best pro-