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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Leth Herald IV. AIlu.. Tiiusdiiy, October 2-J, Mil Number NEW LIFE IS GIVEN TO SAUON 4 NELSON'S SUBOHBS ADD POPULATION CANADA'S NEW PREMIER AND HIS LIEUTENANTS By an Aimalgamation of Important Mining Properties II. 0., Oct. jiopulics in llu Unious, Sihu Load tit-l i u 11 the MOLIII distntli valMed it over wi'ii! amalgai'.iat- i-d by a. deal concluded in Vancouver .tiiilnv. luciilc-nui'.ly the ol S uuigil in he suil to lint Ijccii horn anew anil a new lease oi aciiv- iiv io maiiv soiivwral. soiuiio- sflvt-r-lpai.1 .properties in.'ilie Sio- tiie amalgamation is o iu of Hie most in.Mortant moves maiiiv in Brit- ish lolumbu mmiiie, mile inr sev- u i! II is i Qthnu; 'JLSS than a consolidation .uuli'r a m iv cpm.iany of tlic W. am', -luliir M. Harris mineral pr.operlis.j at llic m'OL-t. noted .of. which i.s the Slo- LII SI ir mine, winch iji to the lime Nelson, Oct. has utwii received from Ibo department uf Ollawa .giving tJ-.e population of Nelson's siib- f'jtba at 1037, which willi the credited to the city pro- i.'or makes u total of for the city, and environments. nfiainst537M for the two in O 11101. SOME BRIIIS KILLED TR1PEI An Italian Bombardment Causes 4000 Turkish Casualties Malta, Oct. In letters received bora from Tripoli, writers (s acti lU xas siisjjtnded hyp casualties amb'ng the inltabi- i tants resulting from bombardment by hut neotat 4000. The British con- siUn i and j I oi tu, years daraiigod and Hi, Slocan Stir ttj, in wolincied. lilbdio-i In HO was snveral .lows who are Britteh. subjects iloseil iiid since tfint dali uu drill :lrul taken refuge' in -the British Ins hecn tipped lAluisnc work- consu'la-C'j were killed, or wounded. Ul the courts ol Hrilish Co- Numerous 'buildings Including .Maltese liimliia and alia heard the, famous upon hurch were destroyed. More Serious Than Expected Oct. correspond- ents of London Times .and1 other Eng- Courls of {.'an- casc which of extra latenl rights 'It would IIUL gone 10 pruj hid not the judges jlish !rapers Tripoli rc- if tin the Oonscna to lie taalU gressman Oecar W Underwooil of Al abama. is put forVard as the neu ilp mociatic oRiididate for preside il In United States Senator Uinkhoad Alabama In a statement Senator Bankhead declares that af- ter visit-3 to many iijarts of the coun- liy it In bjs judgment thit if there is an> sectional ieehng is to Jlr. bmlernood, itNould be in the south- erner's favor. RAID CHINESE OPIUM JOINT Ottawa, Oct. celes- tiala who were arrested Sunday night .in an joint on O'Con- nor street, and'dragged to the cells, appeared before the police court mag- istrate today and.were remanded for trial .until tomorrow.1 Bail was fixed at ?2B per head and two or throe Chinamen- put down cash necessary to bail out 58 of the accused.. The other, nra remained in durance :viie. INCREASED RATE FOR COAL H P INNES M P P PETIRES, Simcoe. Oct. P. Innra was responsible for a surprise in announcing through the Canadian that he wl'il not again e-ontest North Norfolk, which he has represented in 'the Ontario Legislature sinco 190S. Jlr. Junes states that he is compelled Io lake this.course'through pressure oi his own business. Dr. McGuire, of vratcrtord, is the .likely Conservative nominee, Former Pres, Lewis, of U. M. W.- Announces His Platforrri Wheeling, W. Va., Oct. Former President T. .Lewis, of Ihe-UuKed Jlinc Workers of America, .who 'has i been aiinouneed as a. camlidati! for ihc position again, sairt here today tliat a P'irt of his plirtfonr: before the next international convention would lie a demand tor an increase in 'the rate for mining. He stated, the miners would ask a ton tor. pick mined coal anil 75 cents a ton -fpr ma- chine work. Present rates. are cents and oSJ cents, respectively. WHITE IN WEST PETERBORO Peterborough. Oct. H. Uurnham, Conservative .M. P. for West Peterborough, has wired lion. Mr. Burden that hiu seat Is at disposal of lion. T. White. Mr: Burn- ham adds that he is sure local Conservatives will endorse his action. BRITISHERS GET SOME BIG GAME NEGROES ARE IN BAD HUMOUR LIBERALS DECIDE TO FIGHT Executive Agrees to Nominate Oppon- ent for Cochrane North liny, Oct. report that Geo. Gordon, M. P. for Nipissing, might resign to provide Hon. Frank (Joclirano wi-fh the seat 'was the caiis'a of a meeting of the Liberal executive here yesterday. A. do-: cision was reached to nomhuit-a.a can- dlilate in opposition to Jlr. Cbnhmne should the constituency be opened, on I-------------------- account of his opposition to guaran- _ (feeing the C. N. R. bonds tor a rail-1 W Afjjjl ft I PAP way between Parry Sound and North Liijfll Bay, his inactivity in regard to North- Cowcla, Otla., Oct. of jilaccs freqiientet! by negroes toilay 5 disclosed dial iircnrms had Been liiil- den in all sorts ol' places; While the town is quiet under martial law, af- ter the riots of yesterday in two were killed and four wounded, citr-ci'iis stiil fear trouble. From PvCil- bird, a in'gro settlement six n.ilcs away, come reports that tlie .negroes threaten .to march on Cowcta. Citi- zens heavily armed arc helping tlie soldiers ii; Keeping a close looUbuf. Twenty negroes were arrested' and f E ifchKlpLb.: A North Dakota Mother Burns Herself and Six Children to Death to Waggoner today witli .but B. C., Oct. nhies oi achievements big ganicjern Ontario and Ms ,nc- lunter.i in Northern nrllisli of mining interests, charKed ..t by the Toronto Trfegram, besides not .arc pilen high ,n the base, of ,MV, re ,f Hold Vancouver 'Ihe collection linv canal, thr, eluded goat, sheep, moose ami iasue in Nin-'jSBing. boll heads, as well as and froln Liberal circles in Tent 'olhe'f. pelts, destined to adorn also Indicate a. detormina- A-alls of F-nglish inaiioi' houses andjtioii to prevent an election by acclam- castles.'-' Exceptionally good luck -was experienced by Capl. Douglas I'cuiialit-, -laic of the Grenadier .Guards, who "travelled by. land and .sea all the 'way from the Soudan Io tlic .big limiting .between Tele- graph, Creek and Dease Lake. N'0 less eticccssful were half a score or move oi Hritir.h and American huntsmen who invaded the san-.e remote region tins season. Lord Lasccllcs, of the Grenadier Guards, and former mill- lary secretary, .to Karl (Jrcy at Ot- tawa anil, II. ff. Ward, London, .Huglnnd, arc hero. They of jilst. teturned from -.l.'rccK -ilfsr-ricl. .Ihc Telegraph A JEWELRY COME'INE .Montreal. Oc.t. jewei: ern are the latest to'form a merger, having just completed arrangements lor -the formation of a combine to be Known as the Canadian f.Iewelere Ltd. capitalized at five millions. The fol- lowing establishments'are-said to he1 already included amorjg'tbem bvjlng: Win.'Bromley, the Hemming; Mfg.'. Co; and the Ilemsley Mfg. Co., all of Montreal; J. A. Brown .and Co., Tor- threo othty Toronto flrnm, one Montreal firm and ono firm In tho easfarn townships, the names not as yet known. TO SAVE BABY Toronto, Oct. save the life a nine-nionllis-o'id baby whose car- riage had rolled down nn incline info a pond of stagnant, water t.wo'feet deep, Pninl; Uurber, of 195 Aslitlnle avenue, tw'ontjr.feet froln ilio second story of a high house on Sat- in-day .afternoon sinking deeply Into tho niiro. Tho child was unconsciona when rescued hiit recovered. William Campbell, father of the baby, wished to reward the rescuer but 13nrber even ref.usecllo accept the cost of his ruin- ed clothes. CUT OUT STARS AND STRIPES New York, Oct. to, bo one of the results of tho reciprocity campaign, orders have gone forth that hereafter al! parts of moving pictures showing Hie Stars :ind Stripus ivist he cut oiff of-moving picture films shown in Toronto. Brnddock, N. D., Oct. Mrs. Axel .lohnstoii, wife of a prosperous farmer, today lock- ed herself and her six small children in her home in the absence of her husband, satur- ated part of the interior with gasoline, and applied a match. The woman and the six chil- dren were burned to a. crisp. She is supposed to have been insane. FUSION FORCES OPPOSE TAMMANY New Oct. first big meeting of tiie' Fnsipn forces to' In- augurate defeat Tam- many Hail al the coming election was held lasf night. With'the exception of Mayor Gaynor, the principal olHc- crs oi the present city udnunisl-ra- tiou made addresses. --Former Licu- ti'iianl-Oovcrnor M. hinn Ilruce pro- sided. The policy fiuynor in re- gard to subway construction, llic at- tempt to get the now "Oaynor char- ter" passed, the Levy election bill, and the prize-lighting- measure were condemned. R. Hearst spoke in behalf of the Independence League. TO SAVE CANADA FROM PROTECTION London, Oct. 'W.' (iiillnml, Scottish J-iberal whin, speaking to hh constituents at Dumfries after six weeks' tour of Canada, saidr that it Was really to save Canada from the higher conditions of protection that a groat-many Canadians voted against JK. King admitted that the manner KING TO STAY IN PUBLIC LIFE Ik-liu, Oct.' HanqiicUcd hy XorMi Waterloo.Liberals, W. L. reciprocity for they realized that re- ciprocity would mean American trusts getting control of their markets. MAYOR OF PETERBORO Potcrlioro, Oct. Aid. 11. Uradburn is likely to be a candidate for niayor. Mayor Marrow is retiring. LIBERAL WORKERS All Liberal workors in tho might be given in a police census H that are not Included in the eminent report, they being included In the district in which they make their permanent homes He himself. IB rather disappointed with the re- turn, although he thinks that the re- turns are very close the flgurei required by the government censm LORD STRAIHCOWA'S DONATION l-otidon Oct Strathcona has subscribed 2000 pounds the sum necessarv to purchase the Crystal Palace for the nation. SHE SAYS THAW WHIPPED HER Xew York, N Y Oct 33 -A Par- is cable SASH IfMisbRutli Lambert of Uosl-on, can help it, Thaw, who killed .Stanford White, will not cat his Christmas dinner with his (ami i Miss Laiiihcit, has lived in I'nns for the last twfUe years, is aniied with documents whirli, it is as-cried, pioxc 'IhEw'i insanity. One of these is a state- ment that Lambert, Thaw i'n MaMin's, accepted bib in- vitation to drink a glass of cham- pagne in his apartment, having been iniiucrd lo go there on Thaw's pica that he wished to show her lyjs flat. Arriving in Ihp apartment, Thaw tied Miss hands behind lier; hack, whipped her and poured hot water over her. She succeeded in get- ting on the balcony and culling for. aid. fly means of sheets she succeed- ed in making her escape. Certificates signed hy a doctor describe the scri-' ousr nature of the girl's wounds'anil bru'ises. She names several persons who will confirm her story. ;