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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Vol. VT. Lethbridgc, Alberta, Tuesday, October 1911. Number 270. RESIGNS THE LEADERSHIP Case in Court Necessitated Retirement of Hon. A.G. Mackay HIS STATEMENT Several Names. Mentioned as His Possible Suc- (MURDER AT CRE8TON NoUoii, 0. C., Oct. dead body of a well dressed man wan found thlg morning at Duck Creek near CroBlon by a secllon hand. Evidently this is a cftso of mtirder. Thy man had been dead some time and one foot had been eaten by wild beast-j. The tragedy is u mysterious one. ONTARIO VOTES IN DECEMBER Premier Whitney the Date of the Prov- incal Elections Toronto, Oct. provincial cessor Toronto, Out., Oct. G. Mac- kay ut a meeting of the Liberal can- didates held at the Prince CJeoi'ge this morning, tendered resignation as leader of the Liberal party in the legis- lature and It- wns accepted. It was announced that he would not Hltely at- tend the meeting of the Ontario He- form Association today. The follow- ing statement was given out at the Liberal caucus. As a result ot a call isued by tiie lion. A. G. MacKay, tlie Liberal mem- bers of the Legislature, and tho can- didates now in the field, met on Mon- day evening and in a lengthy sessio considered the resignation or the loud-j.tric pmver commiwnon vml the ciei ejections will take place on Monday, [December Jl, with "nominations a week earlier. The date was. announced today 'by Sir Janiee Whitney, who also Issued nis manifesto to ihe people of the province setting forth the.accomplish- ments of the government since its advent to power in thy rea- to hold a genera? now AN EPIDEMIC FACES THE ITALIANS Decomposed Bodies Not Being Removed by Turks Tripoli, Oct. that aro guarding UIB outposts at the city aro fighting a threatened invasion of a more dreadful foe than the Turks and ho Arabs in tlie pcutilcnco which Is 'cared on account of the decompoBl- 'ion of hundreds of bodteg of Arabs and Turks. The clangor Is immediate and apparently beyond their control localise of the Italians seeking to bury the dead which have bean fired AUTOIST SHOULD BE PUNSIHED Ilia horse beaiwnliijj-terrified at th-3 ap.nroncbfftf un iiutomoblle, Theo Miller, well lo do farm- "er of this dlstVlct, wag thrown from liis rig land fatally injur- ed, dying a-few hours a for- wards.'-A search is being made tor, the automobile, which es- ca'ped'wUkout'aiding tbe dying Tanner. It is Said He Will be Giv- en a Very Important Position by Gov- on by the enemy. HemonBtrance was mnde to the Turkish forces that their soldiers were not respecting the conventions of civ IHxed warfare but the Turks disclaim all responsibility for the action declar- ing that the shooting was done b? marauders and barbarous hordes from the 'interior that (Jo not know th'. rules of civilized warfare ind that noiinceinents made by. the prime min- ster is that the time has arrived for jtfc'3 discontinuance of-the hydro-eleu- theF ment Rt OttawaVf I iberal govern- -.has received the King's approval, 'there JK reason to believe that the members of it will leslgn Mr Borden to ap- iwint a commigaion friendly to his policy. Rumor and the authority is exceptionally good, says that Sir G.-Gibbons, the. present chairman will 'be succeeded. liy Charles A. Ma- grath, ex-M. P. for Medicine Hat. who JB one of best authorities on Intel national Waterways in Canada. and eminently qualified 'in many ways for this very important position. Cartier in the confedaration .mbvo- statoment'ot the facts published. ,.Mr. mcnt anil who is tho fathci JlacKay declined this proposition and or confederation be iskcd to be at 9.45; this morning liia resignation was accepted. Mr. JIacKay faild tlmt! the charges in the -writ are absolutely without any foundation in fact. Three namea.most, mentioned as his successor, are N-- Rowel I, A. B. McCnlgl M. .p. for Kent, and W. i Troiidfoot, of Centre Huron. The .fug today, which closed to the; honorary natron of the 'movement SHILL1NGTON RENCMlNATED Cobalt, Oct. Conservatives I of the Temiskaming "riding on Satur unanimously re nomtn i 1 1 M. P P as their canrii press, It Is expected; will discuss in tlie election" subject of, the party's policy. U has sPeechc'3 were made by the. Hon. been much hinted: that Temperance I '.Dominion muilfitor ot and kindred questions would prove tlie ways and nnd hj th" lion cbief jiiank pn which the party would K. mlniatei of endeavor .to regain DEVELOP MINE NEARMAGRATH Good Quality of Coal Be- ing trie Light Plant Mijrath, Oct. the coal jcint, mined at tlio workings of MiX- tnlli L'oal Co., located north ol this n on tho St. Mary's River, is of j high commercial value, is evident from the increasing demands niatle upon the lessees, Messrs. Thain arid for coal, not only for local lonsimntion, but tor outside points A SCHEME OF GRAIN MEN UPSET W. H. Fairfield Helped to Block Plan to, injure Farmers Oct. to the un loinproniising opposition of the Min- ister of Agriculture of Saskatchewan, Hon. K. MuUierwell, backoil liy Mr. W. H. Kairfield, superintendent of the Dominion Kxpcriniontui Lctlibridge, ami weslei'n grain men detenu inert effort on .tiie part jf ilei eastern grain men on the Grain tita i j dard Board to fix a No. 2 Feed grade which would liavc meant a loss to the WHAT WILL McKAY DO? Toronto, Oct. lion. A. G. MaeKay, leader of the Ontario opposition, was in c6n- ference with a number of his followers until after midnight tonight in preparation for the parliament convention tomor- row. ll'3 dec'iliied to say any- thing for publication after the meeting. ITALIANS TOOK FULL REVENGE Ruthless Measures. E m ployed in Treatment of Arabs at Tripoli MANCHUS ARE DOWN AND OUT Edict From Pekin Indi- cates They Have Lost Control MAKE APPEAL Effort to Unite Chinese of All Off Pensions London, Oct. Tripoli cot- farmurs of this province ot hundreds' respondent ot the Times describing Pekin, Oct. state of terror of thousands of dollars, was defeated. ti1B Italian retribution upon the has taken possession of the en- Tliis hoard was appointed under the sai s tint ilthough the ruth- Ic Imperial court was flirt! fr Manitoba Grain '..Ace1 to prepare stun- less measures employed were not to today by the long list of.edlctK clarcis for all grades other than the- bi. commended tht ncoisilU Tor jesterdavs remarkable throe standard grades, Nps. 1, 2 and dr-istie action to quell the nibuiiec- ird offering further con northern, mat recently at Winnipeg llOB not ta uuned ml- Mr. Mothorwcll anrt Kairlield, jans having set themselves'to Cow the members ot the board, journeyed continues the report, were men Today's edicts indicate that everr enough dynasty survives, the '-Manehu rule Is at an end. The transfer even of cabinet officers -to native Chinese ordered and the throne swears that from tlif.' Dry Farming Congress at flood gates of blood and'hist Colorado Springs in time to attend opened ami in many cases Ihe the second day's session., They thui bcvond control The innocent n leaftei Mtnchus md Chinese shall discovered that- a strong; ellort was suffered with the guilty and the mum-! be regarded us meaning that being nKidc by the eastern members oij of tins letrilmtion will a liberal of pensioni, of the board to have a second grade tike long to lue down Even mating which arp now paid to of feed established. allowances for tbe exigencies of .the was strongly opposed by the westun imhUn situ ttiou tiitro is pos memhers. In ihe interests of the sibility tliat the hideous severity em- Saskatchewan farmers; so many of ployed by .the Italians, gives rise to whom will havR feed wheat this year, Sir MotheruelMongllt Tho proposil too h ii if mil nnd unitedlj bick- ed'.bv Mr. grain ir.on. FaiiTiold and the Winnipeg After a warm discussion a war of prisals iipon unCottiimtcb who fall by the wayside. Rome, Oct. Italian nobil- ity lite the people, are paying tribute in blood n the coiutuest member of the race will be continued' and Manchus left to living .by their own enterprise. All today's edicts like that.of'yeB- terday ..are written In the firat person as coming fiom the Infant Kmperor nimv-'elf.1 This is unusual and appar- ently th-s advice is adopted by the throne's advisors in a pathetic attempt to create iniong the people a feeling ol personal iltj foi tl ir sovereign N.-W. POWELL, K. C., Who- Is. mentioned as Jikely Liberal Leader Ontario. MAGRATH HOME WAS DESTROYED gratli, Oct. fii-a of un- Known origin completely gutted the large residence of G. A. Coleman Sr. last night nbout P.30 o'clock. Every- thing possible wns done to save -the nouse, but to nn avail. The loss is as well. estimated at nbout SJOOO. Some in- surance is carried with 7.. Jacobs ;nnl burns readily. All through j of Cardstun and O- W. Binglmm of Hi strike the mine has supplied Mu-JMagratli.' hiis still been able PROTEST ABOUT WAR LOANS MUCH LIKE THE COAL STRIKE Republic of China Will i Repudiate Them, Lead- ers of Revolution say J Ottawa, Out., N0 new de- Ttiseii in the G T P stuke M tuition An nuestiga- ot the differences between -thei G.T.P. its nncliinists. and making pub- th fitnlh succeeded m overthrowing (the motion Ihe of the eslah his reached here of the death. lh'e 6tjicts mido'a complete capttula- hshmcnl of i second gi idt, in iction at Horns Inpoh, of t'le j to the demands of tho national hern to place the bulk of the Duke of Kiccirdo mid Lante aasembly tiud even go BO far as to feed wheil m m the Delia Rotere a heutenint in the make, offers for lower grade y feed it, further and of the scndus Bounding of spicid of piobablj 10c per hushtl Count Pomco Di Campollo a licutcn fao tint Ihe rietpit Ol this iLtcnipl pn mi} 01 c-nilrj ind gcptleiiun m iiiu part of. the eastern grain men waiting to tlie King. f T will saving.of of dollars, jf not millions, to those grain producers -of Saskatchewan who j most 'need' every dollar, their wheat should' brine to bring nbout great reforms are pionnsed Jhe throne aojee lv itj incnpaoitv ana asks that its lapses bo hardened and i 'quests aislBtance and of all Finally Ifc makes hiatrioriic efforts to allay ,Ghfh- eae and Manchus alike to 'royal .stand- ard b> hinting at giave foreign dan Kera which l-t thinks should foe faced a united China In bis struggle (or the infant Fmperor condemns many .of his own dosest-rft-5 Jatlves present oHicialdom, be declar cd. had not sought the interest of the people but only Its own pockets ire unimpressed by the floods of edicts from the Emperor. I he) declare che djnastvVe partial sur lie the conciliilion hoard's finding the dcpartncnt ot Iibor Ins goiib tbe limit .which the law authorizes. There is no power to compel cither side to accopt the award. The enforcement of the auard is Ittt lo public opinion San Francisco, Oct. which m the ha almost i- ticul cablegrams addressed to the compelled Hie disputing parties whoao are called French and Belgian governments pin 10 settle then ihi.cn. nces pricticillj tlld scouudiols What edicts testing against the war loans to tlong the lines laid the nnd China were sent out tonight by' MIL nig of the ho-ml Ihcic hue been Chinese Naliona! Association lien sonic )iis but not render has come too late. Moreover, tncj do not trust the throne regard ng their present position as. .top tfirong for yielding to promises which cney feel are insincere. Thft tionfats point out that anch edicts as tiicsc were in th-e own.ap- i pi uii ami coil ji nu it deal to CardsUtn. When Mr. Hi ui lend "i. colliery very Ji d is hum, mined, but li A busincbblii i manner :xn mine on a sn1 [Wisis until today about forty ;irc being mined daily, .which to sixtv VIRGINIA MAN'S ntbblil i manner and .soon iund puy- The message follows: "We strongh nnd it is belie td Hi it in tins case protest against the war loan which fie verdict of tin- boar'd will be ac- yonr people make to the Msmchu g0v- copied short time, ernment, for tbe purpose of prolong struggle against iuimanity and ils of the conrie ad but rnrone's plea of ignorance liUherto'ii npw avow positive- ly that the loan will he repudiated hy Ihe republic of China and beg yon to people ..from such an unfriendly, acl. Chinese Na- FRANK OLIVER'S MAJORITY Ulmonion Oct franlc is doclaied tod i> in HJdiniontoil, by a majority of 2 "28 Ono poll, which gave S3 majurity for Oliver, was thrown out, as tlio ballots representative of beell (hi1 Unr.esfl people in America. V lly burned. Tho tardiness in declaration was owing to ihe hoxes fron la nrrivlni (by Ihe association tonight to the self of Canton "Tlio Chinese Ullioi 7 SOO Giiesbdi.1] I of A.'ncric.n nominate Woo Yin iiung tai of 12 IUO as provisional governor of Canton tho far north Dte regarded as increditable. Massacre Talked But while the edicts have apparent- ly failed of their hoped, for effect in conciliiitiug tho "rebels, they have stir- red- up most formidable oppoaltloo from a new source. The announce- ment that most of Manchu office hold- ers must go, and that all Manchu pen- sions will be cut off imnvsdijitely-pro- (tucod In tht run Us of the Manchus and many mem- oers of tin11 iafe at once began tallc- i to 'tho abolition of the treating s.vmem will come up 18 tho leading plank. NEITrltR SIDE MAY HAVE MAJORITY (Jliarjotletown, P. H. i, Oct trovltionel will Cake Place in Princa Edward Island on Nov. Ifi In two liistriti, Brifasl. nnd Fort Ansmtlis. At tho nressnt time the parties In Ihe legislature itanrt M lo M. For several months Premier Pal- mer's iea( bas nyen vacant, he having accepted the attorney generalship. Premier Palmer will rim for Fort AtiRiisluy again and Dr. Dewar will op- poso him. In Belfast the candidates lire Nnsh, Uhenl, and McPlmli, Con- Should the aefltll go one lo each In. the bye-elections, the govern- ment would 'then stand, with Klicakcr In tlie chair, with lii Connor- vallvea to H Uborali, Tlie govern- If Uberal. Icif jUHJCthlr iiiprovemi-ni.s Ihe, ifi'no is nov.- work- i illi iirasi-cuts Cnl., Oct. JO.-I-lis Icil leg ciusiifcl anil hold- immovable hy a and iilso ask the Viceroy v.of Canion, I Tali of in :l prospect hole twelve Miiif; to resign." Lilies iiorili wlicisn oilier linihs were nn- Oanacilsn Northern Hallway v.-'.M imilti nas recently opened) iiijciri'd hy Ilio i'all, and n hose .body a hotel in this ci-y. oiHch tkr cml is reached tlip'oiiU !l siaachng position, left n anrio'.'Dconu-ni Of ihir, Intention bavin he. doubled. Mr. Th'ain 'diary writ.irn on Ilia hack' of un as- heen already nindc> In Winnipeg. .1 thr new shaft has an say certificate. The first entry was in addition lo Ihe hotel here II' :jfooi md situs point to a-made Ocl. 6. The- last mrling "no oomiwny will creel nnolhe'r Wg- hoale scim of coal being str'iolt. hope'', was dated Oci. 13lh. ti the whole co nlry- dJMkl Ik uniK-iliiil witb marketable j ry in J. W. of Toronto.. Who in teemed of dictat- ing tht it lection W. T. Whin w Flnanct MiniiUr v v O A wiilht r ci n igcus and teams v 1ATC Rfn emplo ed to haul the coal ran Ikp n me n n town, where it, bins People may jil il hese bins or have lo their doors for lt very Several cars if loading all MI Itlv -'mlliljuit iiioml. MM to course of lU M LONDON WANTS TO WAKE UP London, Oct. mayor and all thn aldermen nre in favor of submitting lo tho ratepayora a bylaw providing for the purpose of al-, indiiHtriefl. tralllc at that point. ,faw, lo lake care of 111 MAJOR 8AUNDERS A CANDIDATE Kdmonton. Out. two -candidates have nntwred the Hals for of Greater Edmonton next jycnr, after tho amalgamation of Ed- linonton and Strathcona IM completed liy the loglslaturo. Mayor Armstrong has rtaclarad ho will again a can- inflate, and .Major Saiindors, at one tlmt! deputy inlnlstor of jjnWIc works for the territories, also in the field. lalng jlng of unjgierp ind revenge There heic The stood werc already tod 13 that these proposals would find support particularly among -ihe younger AFnn- chu princes who will now 'be stripped pr their high offices and unable long- er to exploit their positions. An offi- cial prominent among tho native Chln- professes to have the information that the Prince Tsai TaoT lincle of baby empyror, la willing to. lead' tne yrirty. P.riuce Tasi Tao is well known hi America and Europe. Throughout the the foroign toga nous, the mission and even a private nnuse occupied by foi'jigncrs, utsclycd by both ilanclms and Chln- who cought protection from each other. Prince the Is using his Influence to ttifitruln tllilt element of MancluiB who may he pcucd toward violence. Soldltrs on Quart) For their part the Mnuchus a rebel Invasion of lt'3 capital. Cer- tain are advising 'both ChJn- ese and Manchus to take refuge in case of trouble behind the Mission which to situated iti that cor- ner of tfou mnln cKy lying between legation quarter and tho e-iit wall. Tliig IB the moat cttally defended (Continued on pagt N HON. WALTER RUNCIMAN who becomcc of the Board of Agriculture In the Brltiih GovtrnmtnV.-, ;