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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta mff Xl 1 1 W' W 11 Lethbndge Daily Herald Vol. vr. Friday, October Number 208, BIG SMOKER TONIGHT IN UNITY HALL, NORTH WARD REPORT THAT ITALIANS HAVE SUFFERED HEAVILY Complete Defeat of Ital- ians in Attempting Stratagem Malta, Oct. defeat at ripoli on October 23, according to Liiu'.ihij) passengers juyt arrived i1 amounted to almost a rout. Hun post during a reeonnais- nee, attached a Turkish outpost hic-li wtfruil. The Italians lumid IhtMiisclvcs .suddenly atr- f-'l on all side's. Three companies tarsaglicrs were i'y annihilated.' Thu return of reiriaiudiH' of the 1 taliau force lirying many "wounded, said to he caused excitement- London, Oct. Four hundred iiius, were lulled or .wounded in lighting, around Tripoli on Mon- and Tuesday according to a dis- icli today, from Tri- tlio' at Tripoli, the adds, 'is Residents ir a as a Holy War lias i-n proclaimed. liy .Hhe natives. Looks Black for Italy Berlin, Out. 27 is not get-' 'ug much encouragement in the-! ..KfJapors of her allies, whose cor- in North Africa, point ill, that the situation is extremely lack An instance is the Local riiioli dispatch, sent by way of Tun- '.vliich says that tlie Italian ad- wno to the hinterland is out, of the neslion that cholera is raging among it1 tr provisions are scarce, anit heeled transportation is impossible, j, 1u the sind which is then oft' most of and the imported horses id miiles'aru less than useless in the rt Tt is laid that j fhuuvmd 9iiUr Aribs hau is cm in the hmteriaTtd One of the REPUDIATE THE McKAY LEADERSHIP Toronto, Oct. -the meeting of the MacKenzie Ub- eral club tonight a ronolution repudiating thu leadership of Hon. A. G. McKay waa ottered. It found general ondorsenrcnt hut after a discussion in which -Mr, McKay way muntlJy de- nounced, the resuiiitlon BORDEN WILL FILES SUIT TO LETHB1DGE IN IE EYE OF N'OT FULFIL PROMISE DISSOLVE U.S. So Morrison of Vegreville Prominent 'American Mil- Tells Pincher Creek Electors lionaires Named as Defendants achieved. ENCOURAGED BAHAMAS' IDEA Of Amalgamation to Can- ada New Conser- vative Whips The U. S. .government filed suit, today at Trenton, N. T., to dissolve the'U. S. Cor- poration and 'thirty-six subsid- ary companies J. P. Morgan, Andrew Carne- gie, John D. Rockefeller, E. M. iug and industrial circles, are to the Pineber Creek. Oct. second. wiLlHlniwn, Ks feeling "'cetiug in tlie interests of John Kem- llwit tho desired eftcct had i Lhe candidate for i the Pincher Creek provincial riding, twas held in tiie opera house last night. A. C. Kcmmjs, hamster pn, sided, and the meeting was address- ed by Messrs. Morrison, of Victoria John Kemmis, Uie candidate, and Gco. Okotoks Therei was not a very great im- provement in the attendance at this meeting over the, other Conservative .gatherings that have been held in the. 19 tores t of the candidate who will be the standard-bearer for that party at the polls on the 31st. Jn great con- trast to this was tlie meeting held at Cowley on Tuesday night, when the ._ __ opera house at that place was crowd- steel Corporation coutiol ed to the doors on tbe occasion ot Premier Sifton, addressing the elec- tors. Mr. Morrison, of Victoria, presi- dent of the Conservative provincial association and candidate for the toria constituency, was the. first Cancellation Stamp for Letters During Com1 ing Year "Whereas tho Dominion Govern- ment has been co-operating with (ho tnree Western provinces' of British Columbia, Saskatchewan .and Alberta to endeavor to bring the International JJry Farming Cprigifess to Canada in and whereas it has been deter- mined that the Congress IB to be held Garry, Charles M Sehu ib and Canada, in said year; others prominent in the bank- 'and whercas it w Important that in MINES MAY COMMENCE WORK EARLY NEXT WEEK order to secure for Canada the full named as defendants j benefit which we desire it to receive A direct connection j8 charged A Irom liaviuB tfle Congress in her territory, it is advisable that it shall be advertised as and effectively as possible. "And whereas Hie Majesty's mail 'by the government between tho Steel CprpmUon and all of tho (arfee mljroads and ship the Standard Oil Co. the Pullman Co the Inter- national Harvester Co., and the Western Union Telegraph offers one of the best possible jiums of advertising such conventions; "Tnercfoite, the Lethbridge Board of Interested directorates i Trade urges on the Honorable the ire said to t'vcn tbe Postmaster General to direct that rrom now until the termination of said Congress a cancellation stamp shall be used fn tire Le-thbridge post oiiice for all mail passing through tdat office, similar to now in use in San Francisco advertising the Manama Pacific Exhibition, which Winnipeg, Oct. Ottawa spe- cial -in tlie Telegram .this morning speaker. i.v reviewed the storj tiic Alberta and Great ilt-i is that lurlts Igncil. retreat and were pursued bv 10 Italians, who were ihen surronnd- k'd by Arabs 'ivho poured into their lianLs a deadly riflu nrc. A'' furious Bight followed, both sides losing heav- aly. Three companies oi Boisaglieri i-.-sre and scvpral officers v.-ho were captured were mutilated lays: Jt is understood that W. D. staples, M. P. for McDonald, is likely o succeed Hon. J. Roche as chief ivQjp for Manitoba, wltji S. Good- eve iitf whip for BritiKli Columbia. A broad imperial jxyJIey .of closer with West -Indies and Australia is -being considered b> th Hon George j-B Foster in fact tlie new minibtei of tiade and com Waterways agreement, and the .incidents leading up to the resignation of the Rulher- iford government. lie then launched into a vigorous criticism of Premier Sifton for accepting omce without a mandate from the people, and tiknig hold oi alTurs having in> eu dorsuion of his polic) the tlcc tors.- He 'claimed that the party which had Ijatl charge of affairs over trade and comme ce The v Steel Corpor ition s proposed cancellation of tho leases on thte Great Northern Oregon .pro- 1 perty will be declared illegal and noneffecthe till January' 1 1015 Steel Corporation ac- quJsitioas of coal and iron properties declared A illegal and a menace. E. H. Gany and H C are al- leged to misled ex PresI- oent Booseielt ha per- fr mitted the absorption of -the Tennessee Coal aud propertj in 1108 meice has under consideiaUon it is lns Poetically Serving: SHU of Equity New- York, Oct. 'entire forte-of-deputies under U. and hanged. The remnant of the lorce is said to have brought' Tn poh fOO noimdod iml tint the juji unit Arabs of the town then revolt- ed, as has been reported. NORTH HASTINGS CONSERVATIVES Belleville, Oct w. Pearco, .P. P., haying decided to retire! 'varo arc four aspirants for the Con- servative nomination' for North 1-Ias- ings, namely: Robert Cook of Raw- ion, and Dr. Harper, J. A. IfcCoy anil lanioa Madoc. CAYUGA LOSES PIONEER Cayu'ga, Oct. A.Hoshall, iroprletqr 'of the Campbell House, a resident of this village for ovor understood ,the drafting of a -policy wnich will mean the general bidding rogetliter in closer trade the relations Ime not placed anj tiling eball Henkel wis put it the disposal fon' tho statute hooks pf the province of the .overnnent todnv to finish the I which- was not placed there by the of iPivIng copies of bill of equity o[ tbe Empire 1 he question of reciprocity old tcrrilorial government. He then took up tho positive features of the- with -platform uf the opposi Ai tnilin has at times crop jtion tint hib partj not I pel up but lias ahuijs nllen thro igh ippcaling to the on a pohoj In federal -suit to dissolve'the United StesI Corporation, and tho ohlcera and dneclorB of the alleged and E II. Garry and it Is very possible that the'gov- ernment will late .up the question nyain of cloKsr trade relations' -with both Australia and the. West Indies. of mere The Conservatives offered .a businesslike solution ol'-lhd A, G. muddle they would also get control of the natural resources of the province. In this connection Tip general of the Bahirms i, IMS been heie this veel anC had s v P'.c oral conferences with 'Sir. Foster in regard to the ,QiieatIoii 'qf 'annexation of the Dominion and closer relations. en bv Mr. Michcner, Conservative lender, that there was no use in supporting Liberal candi; trust J P ed others "remained -to 'be served in this neighborhood. According to a state- -Dent given'-out at the office of Uie U. H, raarshall in Trenton, where the suit; was filed jtesterday, this serv- ice-oC petition will be followed by sub- .poenas requiring defeudaivts to ans- the provincial the petition at Trenton on Dec. 4. It Is expected both ih'sse -services .will be made within -IS hours. News stamp shall bear the Inscription: 'In- ternational Dry Fanning Congress, i.ethbridge, 1912.'." The above .is a copy of the resolu- tion moved at last night's meeting of tne council of .the Board of Trade by C. F. P. Conybeare.and seconded by H. Elton. It passed unanimously, the feeling mteeting: being that this would afford -Letbbrldge one of the beat whereby know'that Lethbridge Is the -homa of tho Con gress during coming year. The resolution will' forwarded today. Another important, action taken by the executive was' to endoraj the ac- tion of the city .council in deciding on "a police !.nnA anything wftich the Trade can do to nelp in the work will be done. The flea was. advanced- that, the census should be. taken .under oath as was ROWELL TO BE LEADER Toronto, Oct. rum- or'ed that at the Liberal con- ventlon hero on Oct. 31, Hon. A. G. Mackay will step down from the leadership of the opposition in Ontario, and that his place will be taken N. W. Rowell, K. C, Settlement Has Inspiring Effect in City Just when 'the mjnee throiishoat: j tlie district will open is the import-' l ant question being discussed on jbtreet corner today is gUd to hear that a baais of settlement hu j been reached, and are 'anxiously He will be awaiting the final agreement. Wheb' given (he nomination in Mid- i this will follow-is a matter of con- dlcacx caunly Jecture, but something definite mw bo arranged -today the repre- sentatives of the miners and'.'operat- ors meet to arrange for submitting the proposed basis of .settlement a referendum vote of the two parties. While this is not given out officially, H is understood that tbe miners will go to. worlc at an early date, prob- ably about the middle of next pending the signing of tbfe agreement. Speaking tO'P. L. Nuiralth j'eflterday afternoon after the news of the settle- ment had become known, he said that1 he could not give any information as to the exact t date of opening, but he thought that the matter would be ar- ranged shortly. The operators state that all thti mines which have been closed down have been.kept In good shape so that there need be the least possible delay in putting the men .tb work. Every, mine can lift; just a a much coal per week after tho Pincher Creek, Oct. Echo ''eopening as was lifted at any time says Though the Peigan Indian re- before the aml hl some them( serve is only. a few miles from Pinch work been done ELEVATOR IS OWNED BY INDIANS And the Piegans are Put- ting a Lot of Grain Into it I er CrccJr, it is a certainty that ,very. of The ECho readers..are-aware which will make possible lifting more coal than ever J brisk. making 'business much morel In tlie Gait alone about laf- nlght, the city, of'Saskatoon; and it Is thought that the ney census will sliow considerably'over ten thousand in the nwin portion of the city, owing to tho fact that there will be no re- strictions as to residence. Tho min- ers win'all-be back-to .work by that time, so that it will he possible, lo set a complete census of North Letli- He was given, it is understood, every [d-tuB if the people wished Mr. Bor- ot, the dissolution came yesterday encouragement by Mr. Foster and the den to hand over the natural resoiuc- some tune after tlie stock market nestion will be taken up later by jcs of (he province. "No Icderal gor- had closed, hut it brought many brok- tiie government. said the speaker, "will to tt'jlr olHcos In a hurry to The question was raised why a 'force upon the people of the province: laT P'ans for today's market and take squadron of British cruisers policy which they show by their advantage of the earlier opening of cross the Atlantic Halifax, simply i actions thcv do not want." He con? lhe oxchangcs. -Dealers In to hold a court martial into the' ground eluded hy sayta? that Ihc one way put ca" tusy ,ng of H. M. S. Niobe. The e.plana-] thc vinchcl. Crcck sending orders .o London Word tl'ty years, died yesterday after stv- 'ral months' Illness. He ..wars ;.vell tion given at the naval department nf this is that the sqiufdrou of whicli these i support Kcmmis. of shani decline of Steel In London caused m suriirisc in New York this morning and traders were prepared four cruisers form part was going on j _ Its annual cruise anyway and that lllc candidate, Mr. Keminis, then for lively day when the stock axohan- mown to the travelling public, was a Whil8 lt had not been intended to 'spoke at some length, recalling the ges opened bora at 10 o'clock. In the .'onservativo and a .prominent Mason. INSURGENTS IN SOP ONTARIO ;has. Calder, M.P.P., not an Acceptable Can- didate Toronto, Cal- r, for South iiLario, was re-noiniiiutcd today by u' Consnrvativu-Coiivfiition, hut a of the Insurgents refused to akc the choice unanimous. Thu dis- tho Atlantic, the was I puineer days, thu natural dillicilltles absence of any statement of the Steel cliangwd wiicn a request was made by confronting the settlers because iot (JorporaHpri's intention, the opinion in the Canadian government and a cruise i the lack oi roads, .bridges, etc., this morning was that to Halifax and i.termuda decided up-j serting that the only way lor the j (Cdntlniit-tf on pafe 51. tfr on. It Is stated that the government i people to escape direct taxation was------------------------------------------------ will pay tbe cost of the court martial j to get control of our natural re-] consisting mainly of certain tees, but ismmxs circling opponents of the !provincial government., Thc speaker. claimed thai- the Conservative party] (was Uie only part-y of progress, and that the Liberals had persistently and steadily opposed the securing of i our natural resources. Me also ap'-i pealed to them on the ground that-i the expenses of the cruise itself will not be borne ;by Canada as it. is an annual affair undor orders of the ad- miralty. Originally the Niobe cost and -the repair will run in- to another halt million. as drawing ,uji n hill. In Conn'acl-Ior' Dy the BULL TRAMPLED HER TO DEATH GOOSE LAKE LINE BE FINISHED BY NEXT AUTUMN by sending representatives of tlie op-J Winnipeg, Oct. Goose Lalvc j "mj0 chnirman'o poBillon to the government at, Ed-' !ino; of _thc Canadian Northern liail- mlttce'onnfinanco, TJie regular monthly meeting of the Hoard has been-adjourned until next Wednesday; when Secretary Manwar- mg will be and when thte whole matter of the work in hand connection, with the Congress will be 50110 into carefully. The matter of putting: newspapers on file in the Board of Trade office was discussed, and it was decided ttiat not only the local hut, the daily papers of every city in the province sliould be on file. This will be done from now forward. In connection with the work oC next, year's Congress, it was decided that His Royal Highness, the Duke of jonnaught should be invited to Lcth- Dridgc to open Urn. Congress, p. P. P. Uonybeare was. appointed a commit- tee of one to forward an invitation through the proper channels. R. L. Shaw, M.P.P.. pf.the Stettler provincial that he development' and progress that' ln and the net is.taking place there A vil.t to tlement of the strlke wi" hllvc the Brocket, where Iristrucioi E. JI Yeo-' mans has is a lation to most people, 0, tnese have been Bpepd cmpliatio answer to the people' lng the summer on their homesteads, claim" an Indiaji'cjn never be taught but will now hurry buck to the city to adopt the methods of the white', to reiuine their hi the To He the meroliants of the citj this meani ventory pf what been ed at BrocHet proves it. The Indians there own and operate a modern grain elevator bushels capacity. It js equipped with a great deal, and thcj are all pleaded that the settlement hai been reached. .The .at Diamond City .and Hoyal View nil! also resume work top drive, cleaner, scale, ship- possible, employing about ping scale and dump scale Fairbanks lmndred idle scales are used throughout and mo- tive power is furniiheil bv a 10 h p Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine. A large storehouse has also been built n connection and a crusher will be nstalled shortly Sp far this season bushels of grajn has heen the eleva- :or, all grown'and har.vcsted. by the ndians. One Indian alone has 1600 lushels of wheat and oats. MAJOR LEONARD'S BIG INCOME St. Catharines, Oct 26 Maior R V. Leonard, the nen ly appointed of the Transcontinental Railway com miision, appears to be Canada's weal thioBt citizen. From a business asso- ciate It Is learned that Major Leon- aril's InconK this jear is just about Major Leonard is a natue uorn the report that he is an Englishman being incorrect WINNIPEG STREET RAILWAY STOCK Toronto, Oct. Globe will say tomorrow: Bids on-the Winnipeg stood -at 24S here iiesterday and transactions at 25p 1-2 took place In Montreal, but there was compara- tively very little stock in cither'mar- Ket. The belief that the nesirtiatlons with the hail insurance question to prcsuiicd at tbe next session of the provincial legislature. A copy of the bill will he sent to the Hoard of moil ton they would "scare" the gov--'way, is'coinpU'ied to a point near the com- :lt'ted his re- and -stated that the monthly subscriptions were coming in well. eminent into Riving llicin tlieir share licrry ('reek in Alhcrla. r'rom Cnl- of aiipropriations for roads and gary the western terminus of the line to the fund fed that briiipcs. ,-work is 'comlilclcd cast to Koscland, Uloy are the worth of t.hoir _... ..._ Cieorgc Hoadley, M.P.P., the last tiie junction of the Vegreville branch j money, and it was .thought at last lection aroused., a rises out of the! Klphiristonc, Man., Oct. 26. The speaker, claimed a unique record for and Cloose LaSc line. night's meeting that thc city of Leth- oivth of Osliawa as a iiiannlactur- of tho missing GaHcian'wo- fact that it has never dpno anything Thc H.T.I', between Koselaml and'bridge had never been given 50 much s town, Uie manMfacfurcrs and'man has at last been cleared up. The fact that it has never an; thin? a portion completed to a short dis- i valuable publicity as this year, i.'ir employees, that a was found not far from, her spend H lias never lance of Berry r.rcek is all that re-1 W. Downer, chairman of tlie corn- er member cannot, properly renro-.hoine, trampled anil torn into an aKlalien the Initiative-hi any construe-' mains of the line to he completed, imllttw on entertainment, reviewed.the nl their interests. most unrecognizable mass. Standing. live legislation. Tic claimed that in According to official utterances, !trln Colorado Springs and sngeest- nounced, having prematnrely an- been 'completed, would nltiniately. successful, con- tinued to keep the. floating supply clown. FIRE STARTS ON FRENCH WARSHIP Totilon, Oct. alarming otit- all established mines in the business for "some their activity once more will reflftct on the business prosperity of the city; B.ut besides mines, them been two more large mines, in'the vicinity of Lethbridge uhlcb have been japldly during the; past, seven months. These tjie Lethbridge Kipp and tjur Chinook Coal Co 's Mt Diamond City Both these mines an now tl- most in position to raise coal, and thej are both concerns Uie'to- tal output of the mines in the vicin ity.of Lethbridse will creased, v They .should both be run- I nlng to "full capacity before the end lot tho year. Chas. Fergle, general nifina'g'er of the Lethbridge Collieries, arrived "in the citj' this morning and Is visiting the mine at Kipp today. His estimate of the daily coal from thi-3 company's mine1 in tons The Chinook Coal Go's plant is also a large one, and out2iit will be close to the 1500: ton. mark. (Continued on page t stales that a Socialistic camli-jwlicn discovered returner! lo his posi- .fcnnvex. They were eilhor fools when miles of -Jaw. to their track ,ti- will enter the field in .South; tion beside it. Tho-woman had fre-jllicy opposed ft before or they wcrc-l limits; where Ihey arc daily placing gone fiui armed with a pitch- knaves now when they ask for what cars to be ioaduil with wheat. .lames C. Coles, of Hnmtford, is fork when searching for the cattle, they so strenuously opposed. The. ers in the district are much elated the acceptance of the though she was aware the huli was.jConscrvalives, he said, would effect j over n party's nomination in that city, a dangerous animal. (Conltauod on page 5.) the inauguration of thc ser- son, Denver; Mayor of Sheridan, Wyo.; John. W. Woojf and.the Com- mercial Club, Salt Lake City; T. A. Korbos, s'.iperhitrfndenl of dining car service of tlie eom- (Coatinucd FEDERAL DISTRICT FORJTTAWA Idea to Put Canada's Cap. ital on Same Level as Washington Ottawa, Oct. step to- arjd's tho creation of a federal dis- trict for Ottawa similar to Wnshiuff- ton, D. .C ..was takun night, by the hoard of trade when !t pledged It- self to principle and organize a com- mittee lo carry on a campaign of eclu- break of fire occurred late yesterday catlon bctvcoii now and tlie clvlo elcc- on hoard the French battleship Jus- lions in Jnnunry it is proposed ticc, a sister ship of the. Lihcrte, suhmil a plehiscHe on the question; The resolution which WM pasesd fa- winch was blown up on Sept. 25. The oE a nrc is liclicvrd lo have been due to a out. of Ottawa and Hull and as. much sbortcifcuit. A shower of sparks or the surrounding country as arfvts- fell in dangerous proximilv to Hhu lllls district to be governed a paid commlBSion, the majority of marines, and Ihe commanded of ihc D0 Dy tne batileship iinmediitcly .ordered the neoplc the minority appointed by lorwarrt magazines flooded. The fire me government, the government to was got. under control and no. great contribute a reasonable amount damage resulted. wards district revoime. ;