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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily TAT Wednesday. September 27, .1011. Number 242 ULTIMATUM OF ITALY TO TURKEY Affairs Concerning Tripoli Assuming Serious Aspect London, Sept. to the Bally Mail's Paris despatch, Italy 1ms presented practically an ultimat- um to Turkey demanding guarantee! against u recurrence of anti-Italian in- cidents in Tripoli, which guarantees in this intention of the Italian gov- ernment can only consist of some kind of Italian protectorate over Tri- 1'itli. The correspondent adds that Huly has sent a fleet to Tripoli and will not now draw .buck. The Telegraph's Constantinople correspondent learns that instruc- tions have Ireen sent to Tripoli to oppose by force any attempted Ital- ian landing while the cabinet has de- cided lo summon the reserves and the war oflicc is working at high "This says the corres- jioiid'ont, "may be exphiained bccane-s the report is current that an agree- ment has been concluded whereby Austria promises hi the event of Hal- inn occupation of Tripoli to make a military demonstration on the Ital- ian frontier. In return for this sup- port Turkey will take steps to count- UM'iict Slav influence in the Balkan states in favor of Austria. Further- more a similar agreement It is report- ed has been concluded with Rouman- la In the event of the outbreak in Ihte Balkans." (Continued on back GLADSTONE'S GRANDSON ELECTED TO COMMONS London, Sept. William G, Gladstone, a grandson of, William J'J. Gladstone, was elected to the 1 louse of mons today from Kilmanioock Burghs to succeed the late Dr. A. R. Rainey, a Liberal. FURTHER COMMENT BY BRITISH PRESS Believe Laurier Will Still be a Force in Canada London, Sept. Pall .Mall Gazette says that the cancellation of he Laurier ultimatum on reciprocity was doubtless prompted by a. chlval- 3ns regard for the plight in which GOVERNMENT GERMANY HAS IS SHORT LIVED London Times Says Reci- procity Will Rise Again an d Wi n London, Sept. 27. The Times' Washington correspondent cables that tht! Conservative in Canada is short-lived in the estimation of Am- ericans, who regard reciprocity as not dead, but postponed. This faith is based on the arguments that Can- adians our markets more than wo need theirs. In showing statistics that American trade is outstripping Urilisli trade with thc Dominion, and in the growth of political power in followers would otherwise find UTst "cwspajicr suggests that hemselves. With a leader like Lan-1illc Conservatives themselves may bu 'ier Canadian Liberalism will far induced by economic pressure to carry 'rom ineffective and should prove a'out the Liberal nolic ACCEPTED OFFER Paris, Sept Gor- man minister of icu'eign affaire 11 err Voa Kiderlin Waelilyr, received the French amhassa- dor 10 Germany, .M. Cnmbon, at the foreign ofllce in llcrJin at no'on today and informed him that Gcrmmiy accepted ibe latest Kreneh proposal con- corning Morocco. EARLY DATE SET FOR BYE ELECTION Writs Issued Early Next Last of October ttflnmnton, Alta., Sept. the DUKE OF CONNAUGHT SAILS NEXT FRIDAY London, 'Sept. his brVMi ollicially announced that the Oukg and Duchess of Con- naught, accompanied by J'rln- cess Patricia, will sail a week from next Friday for Canada. on the Km press of Ireland. MlKs. I'clly will' lady in waiting to tho Duchess. ROGERS' ATTACK ON SIFTON session of tlio provincial legislature I is to open about November 1st, ac- cording to the announcement of I're- SOME BYE-ELECTION PROGNOSTICATIONS I Determined Ex-Liberal to Receive No Tory Thanks is RECIPROCITY Wintiipcg, .Sept. is gener- j :il interest here in a remarkably, i strongly worded editorial attacking lion, t'lit'iord SiUon and the. Free Sifto11' bye-elections to Jill the From Pinchef Press, which appeared in the Tele- jfour vacancies in thc house will be] igram yesterday conncc- in (he latter part of October. Uat and Kemmis Named lion with the rcCFiit, campaign, fn regard lo Urn stand taken by the as Candidates sal force in the management of he Dominion's affairs. The Westminster Gazette says: I Between Australia and Canada. Hope of Australians ,u -Melbourne, Sept. 2c.-The dis- appearance of the figure 5 Ulc uewiof Sir Wilfrid Latiriw from empire is pretty generally held that the dc- politics is regretted Ijy the Austral- feat of reciprocity was due !o the ullt "ie victory of the Conse SOCIAL AND MORAUEFORM Council of Canada Discus- es Various Problems of Vice Toronto, Sept. social and reform conuci! ol Canada at its an- nual mcetiug today declared itself as ungnseil in a fight to a finish with many abuses, particularly race track gambling and the social evil. Satis- fiicljpn with the progress and results of MICJ war against' the Slave trade, especially in the city of Win- For our part we never saw Ii: raci- any danger lo the Empire be- ause that would mean that the Em- pire was dependent upon :i tariff wall which was in the keeping of the U. S." The Yorkshire Post says: "The [cry uf "Canada for Canadians" and j live party is greatly appreciated. It i is hoped that the way has been clear- trend of the Canadian elections rais- es the whole question of tlie compet- ency of Ambassador Bryce who mani- festly fell into the grossest error calculating public opinion. With the Conservatives in power there will be such a tightening of the grip around Canada's throat as will prevent her breathing Laurier 's policy which brought prosperity to his rivals and which will inevitably cause a revolu- Hot "Canada toc-ilic and the cd for early 'reciprocity 'between Can- Dominion will soon he discovered and Australia. Thu New Zealand have pulled but chestnuts out of tin fire for the benefit of the British tar- iff reformers. tion of meaning the free Bxcluuiaja of natural prod- CONSERVATIVES AND FARMERS BANK LANDSEEKERS COMING FAST New Government Will be Asked for Equitable Settlement Toronto, Sept. the attack on Uie lion. W. S. Yielding, two weeks and it is thought that Land seekers from the country across border still continue to make this city their headquarters, whence they make trips into the ad- joining territory for the purpose' of land buys. Today several parties have b-een taken on tours of inspec- tion by real estate and land dealers in thc city. .J. S. Mnihern, of'-'tbe Uowsley-aiulhern Land Co., thivi morning for the districts between here and the border with three pros- pective locators. Geo. Angus took another party of: two to Warner and points east. Almost every day par- ties are sent out in nil directions and almost invariably deals are closed ag ii result of tlm and Southern Alberta thereby adds more farmers o its already large list. Real estate, mtb in city and farm lands, has taken on an active streak within th e past parliament hay agreed LO a resolu- tion empowering -the government, in conjunction with Canada to establish four weekly mall steamship wan-ices from Vancouver to Auckland for a' period of five years. Tire subsidy of New Zealand is riot to exet'oil twenty thousand pounds a year, and time be- tween ports is limited to nineteen (lays. It- is not expected that the ministry will he defeated. Word has been received here that the Pacific Cable board will probably reduce to- one and six pence a word messages from Great Britain, which, if neces- sary, may be delayed, twenty-four hours in transmission. The 'reform, it is expected, will come into forca about, the new yea'r. The resignations of K. H. Hcmicti, junior member for Calgary Dr. War- nock, member for Hincher Creek, aiul W. A. Buchanan, member for Leth- hridse, have been received hv the Premier. There is also a vacancy in' J. Me.U'thur, to be filled. It is ex- Free Press in support of reciprocity while Sifton did such .strenuous work Piucher Creek, Sept. Sli.-IJr. War-! it h, Telegraln nock has been rccemng the eongra-! a or liilations of Ins friends during the. ..fllsE of ami ,lle over his majority, at jn lo Tha (fleicheu caused by the death of A. the polls. Ho certainly has not thc 'concensus oi opinion here is that the pcctod that writs for bye-elections in Appearance of a wan who had lost Tele.-rain article is very plainly in, these four constituencies will be sleep over the recent political us a demonstration against sued before tlie end ol the present j week or next week at the latest. Like most Scotsmen, he has ally recognition of Hilton's services lot a great deal to say, but never- ln Bye-oiecfioas thus cannot take place feels grateful to tho electors JH (jlc before the latter part of October, as! wlio have made him their next. .-.ppcarance (lie law rccinircs that nomination day! resenlati.-ci at Ottawa. that cnincidcntallvr with ppearance of this 'savage on- slaught on Sifton in the Conscrvativ, all not less than 18 days or more j "'at thc federal elections bave paper, lion. Hohert Rogers started Hum 30 days after writ is settled, revival of the rumors' hasle for Ottawa. There is an Election takes place a week aftor "s who will be the candidates in in Conservative ciieles hctc that noniimilkm. From 33 to 27 days ac-i11'" ' for thc provincial j Sifton lias Borden's promise of the cordinu'ly must elapse from time the are tu he heard on tile street. eommissioncrsliip m London TE writ is issued until election is held. A- still mentioned as; there is any truth in tins, it is veiv MANUFACTURERS A 1174 Fifty More are Added to Buchanan's Majority by Seven Polls -Seven more polls beard from today, made a net increase of' to Buchun- Lonclon, Sept. anent Canadian elections says that the appeal to Canadian loyally was a plausible, and powerful one, yet the victory oi Borden must not he en- tirely attributed to. Canada's attach- ment to tlie empire. While jtte-mTpeTiiri-SHitiincnt un- doubtedly played large part, it is to be remembered that for the first time the protected interests of Can- ada as represented by thc Canadian Manufacturers' Association were hand ed wholly against the Laurier minis- try. Although reciprocity was de- feated, it served as n useful reminder of the craziness of the foundation up- on which Chamberlain's preferential structure was reared. In this respect it showed that it would he possible for the United Slates at any time to knock the bottom-out of any pit: the probable Conservative nominee, evident flint Rogers is adnut- and A. N. JImiat- as the Liberal. If'tally control of Consenatne or- Ihe bye-flections come oli next here, has up In, as it is .said they probably j lo wage a determined campaign pvill. all likelihood, the executives with Ihc view to prevcntme the M hnti, parlies wlucli made matters filmcnt of anv such promise" hum for the past monlh' will take up the cudgels in the provincial fight. A football team was to have gol from here lo I.iinrlhreclt Saturilii-" af- ternoon to play a game with a team at that place, but weather, conditions prevented. JTun. A. .1. McLean spent the day in I'inchcr Creek, returning to Taher in the evening. ferential scheme by allowing the' free entry of Canadian wheat. Neither is; nipi- is expressed in the report tllc of lhc ol; many farms will he dispoosed of dnr; it now amomit in., with the enforcement oi the crim- tlle I'Vmcrs' Dank, the fac-nng the irext two months, now U74 from ,3C polls. A telegram in-d code A detailed report on the cv- iions represented by the depositors 1 crops m the States have been AlBnsk snys Of the ni r'f H, selremted eolonv or shareholders will combine in an i harvealed and tho buyers-are 24 or the Red Deer niver, course jJOSiirL- OL Liiu ougicgtin-u ui i i coiniii0' in i r he some measure assistance j...... U Included in the; was unanimously i itfljA 1 lUllAL SASKATCHEWAN SHORJOFCOAL Dealer Says There Will be Suffering if Strike Continues That there will suit arii a great deal of form council, anil adouled after considerable discussion. 'or Dank, Pollowine this the. council bricllvlf111 thaf less than two reviewed the progress of the war oui'llKC" of tl10 to the social evils in other parts of the Do- 1 ,anm'r5 llal1 filc" minion, especially In Vancouver and Ulat of IN MONTREAL lllc "stlai l. s -as ahead in .Victoria, Calgary and Kdmonton, ami Quebec, it deplores thc fact that in the Yukon, vice is still toler- ated in Klondike Oitv and some oth- er parts of the teratorv. The ntten-! 'grounds ol misrepresentation in the sale of stock (jy Travel's' agents, the depositors have, organized what is called tlio Farmers' Hank relief com- niitlce for Uie purpose .of securing thc payment of 100 cents I on the dollar to every depositor. testimonv was urn- ite 1 0. legal manner, tho a, examinaUcn for u-elmlrlcrs. mifler flillioin T. Laid- discovery ln of Davlli Rm_ law, K.O., arc protesting against the! sell against the Pinkerton Detectiv lion given to the reciprocity debates I in wirliixment was blamed for the i failurtj oi the govcnuncnt lo pass 5 promt.scrl rognlation for moral re- f'j form, Canon Tucker, of London, sub; nU.led a report based on interviews with tlifi Dominion and imiierial gov- ernments concerning the welfare ofjNEW METHODIST MINISTERS the Indians of Canada and especially FOR THE NORTHWEST of Hritish Cnlnmbin, strungly recom-j Montreal, Sept. Wood- mended to give the British Colombia i worth, of Winnipeg, of the general Indians their rights whatever they board of 'Methodist missions, return- arc, null that thc same be.adjndicat-! today upon the steamship Lahte cd on by the privy council of Great HrHnin. Rev. G. Webber, of Al- snolvR of the nloygamous prac- tices of the Mormons. A committee was named to inquire into the sub- of rmirriago and divorce. The following officers for the coming year ivci'f olentcii I inn. Pros., Archbish- op Malheson of iVinnipeg, and Prim- ale of Mn; Anglican Church of Can- Champlain with thirty men from Eng land and Ireland for ths Methodist ministry in the Northwest. Montreal Methodist clergymen tendered the party a reception this v; von ing. C. N. R. BUSY Vancouver, Sept. hun- (Ifed men arc now Rinploynl on the Canadian Northern Railway lietwoon Hope uiif! Kainioops. The is Agency and tho Montreal Mr. McNamara, which Mr. RusselMs claiming for alleged conspir- acy against him. Mr. Hussell describ- ed the story of alleged plots against, him to secure his incarceration In an insane asylum. Two distinct plots were laid against Russell, the centre of action changing 'between Montreal, York and Pltlsburg. Mr. Rus- sell said the conspirators attempted to have him confined in a Canadian institution, his own friends and rela- tives being -duped into 'backing nj> tho move. The evidence so far does reveal tins motive for these plots, nor hns it yet hevn shown bow the conspirators were foiled. above total. The polls heard from today are: Buchanan Magrath 71 1'en'd'OriollE 7f> Many Berries 154 Mtuison 153 Hand Hills 183 Hnllndny'B Backer's US Bull Springs H 13 10S 2G ROBBED HIS BROTHER Chicago, Sept. Night- ingale, salil to be Llle soon of a weal- thy Toronto family, is nnd-er arrest a thousand HARVEST HANDS BADLY iimong Uie ueojile on the prairies this winter if the present coal strike is .not settted wkhin a jsliort time, iy the opnion of Jf. Mu- i j Upnald, a coai dealer from Swift Cur- is in tlie city today. -.Mr. a trip through McDonald is making (he y a few cars tlio 1911 crop Alread. have teen moved from Southern Al r- ot Of weeks tho railways will busy carrying the grain "I contracted for three hundred tons a week at Tnber the other dav j fore 1 I had six. .'carloads away from tl.n of my first shipment sold Ths de- elevalors which arc ali-cacly bcslnning Slvift Current in greater than to fill So far nothing has hecn evor Tbo for this is shipped from Lctlibi-itlgc, all the i JthiU a grent many of the dealers in coming from the A. II. and I slllill'or towns close by cannot C. P. Ji. expects a vcry heavy' move-1 seo "lfiir to Pennayl- WHAT DOES iT WANT? London, Sept. Lends -Mer FAMOUS PICTURE SOLD London, Sept. 27.-rUetticelIiss' fam- ous masterpiece "Hi-gin and Child and Angels." fetched guineas under the hammer yesterday. LIBERAL CONVENTION adii Hcv. Dr. Albert Car- "head rapidly on both wmls of Vicc-l'rpsidfiiit, AMan Stud- thfl r070 foot lmine) nml on the tun- mau linlmn, M.P.P.: .Secretary, Huv. .Sheaicr and Rev. Dr. T. A. M. Trcns.. Hcv. W. T. Oraham. STRIKE FIZZLING OUT New Yoj'h. Spp-t. cable from Cork says fh-s strike of railway men is ouol. Men arc to work and trado has btwii resumed again on the and Qiicettytown branches. Jitil in tho Hlack Canyon. WANT COMMISSION TO STUDY FISCAL SYSTEMS London, Sepl. resu'J of tho f'nnadian elections hay the pacing, by tlio Klddcrnihiatar I ilon't seo that Uii ing orders for men from owjry direc- tion. This morning llicy hud two Hundred orders on tli'ofr Hat with hardly a man in sight. Most, of there ordure wore for man for threshing outfits, nml as high as three dollars day and 'hoard is noing offered. There are very few idle nven in the city tho preseni lime, and in order to meet demand it will he ncces- Jiiry to bring harvesters in from tire east. WESTERNEnS GOT DEGREtS AT QUEEN'S would do any if sup- ply of coal cannot he had. "At present I am getting coal from' the cast, and in ypitc of fact that the strike has h-swi on during Uie ytiinnvei- mcnUis, 1 hnve already sprnt in coal at Fort William. The province of Albortu is losing a great, deal of money on account of this strike, and tin; sooner it is yet- tied the for everyona. The l-yoplc of Sasliatchowan arc asking thir.L ilu: mines be opened up as -30011 as and thai, the minciu and got togotbfit1 in the mean- lirne and roach some settlement. Kingston, Sept. those Than a Kcttlument ia reached, who received their dogree at the now yhquUl be made "NONE FOR PARTY; ALL FOR STATE" Banquet was Attended by Sir Wilfrid and Borden Ottawa, Sept. Th3 oning Krcc Press in describing the ffr-Jt' meoting of Sir Wilfrid Liuirier. and II. L. Borden last night says The farewell banquet tendered last i night by members of the Cliib to Mis Excellency Earl was. ofs nusually historic interest" It was the first public appearance sun.e election of tbt old ,iod new prime rninist-ers, and -the conduct of both was an inspiration. The motto of thc Rideau Club being "None for. party and all for H was par-' ticulnrly fitting that under Its roef tlie veteran Liberal chieftain should- publicly bow himself out of power. and .the vigorous and victorious Con- servative leader bow himsair in. Both played the game like true men. The fallen champion told, head high and ronfess'ad himself hon- orably beatsn; the successful onvj ac- cepted bis success with modesty and with consideration for his vanquished foe. The speeches of these two, as Tra- vars Lewis, chairman, said, added "dignity and distinction" to the oc- They wer-a an inspiration to. everyone present. Curiously enough -both Sir and Mr. Bordeir travelled from their homes (o the club in a street car. They met lilt'a old friends, they con- gratulated each other. Each, had a merry 1augh.( Sir Wilfrid started up- stairs, then with inboin courtesy slopped, waited for Mr. Bordeo, and followed that gentleman, pair proceeded to the toj) chatting ptena- irciy. Sir Wilfrid was in the "beat of spirits. He boro no signs of the cam- paign which he has 'been through. The gentlemen of the Rideau Club cheered both tho man long and no more one thsn tho other. And wore they not right? Are. not both 1 he men grew t citizens and is not Cannda proud of 'both? It was truly mi historic gathering and it was a co- incidcncu that bade farewell to .the governor-general Canada ever had together with the first public re- ception to the vanquished and victor- ious champions of one of the greatest parl had. liamentary Tights Canada bus ever LARNED CANNOT GO TO AUSTRALIA Xoiv York, Sept. Lnrned Suva ofllcinl confirmalion to (ho re- port that he not thn trip: ftxnmhmtioJiH of OUCVMI-.J j ive from the time that, thts mines wore jd.iy IJnfvci'jIty issued ycfttsrrtay wiie R. f oppncrt. In my opinion it will nl- S. Montgomery, Winnipeg, and J, _ 1. j most [mpwrsible to meat all lli' Vnho, Snslcatchewan, degrees of j if Uachyior of Arid, rjyhi away." coal mines were to open to Australia. Interi-il, therefotv, to- In.rfinly in tho selocfion of a to wuceecd Mr. Lamed. tennissplajVrK say thnre is smal of Australia. back lli-o cup from ;