Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Volume IV. Saturday, September 30; 1911. Number 245. LIBERAL CONVENTION THIS EVENING AT 8.30 DURBAR WILL BE A GREAT EVENT King George and Queen Mary to Travel to India IN DECEMBER Programme for Occasion Has Been Slightly Curtailed London, Sept. it has teen found necessary to curtail some- what the iiiilitaj-y portion of the Im- jierial Durbar'to be held in Delhi- In I3ecemlier, this great assemblage will afford a spectacle probably never be- fore equalled even in this home of Or- iental display. Delhi tas for centuries been the chosen place for oil great Indian cele- brations. Here the Grand Moguls once lield -when the British gov- crument, after the mutiny, decided that it was-impossible to continue to rule the country through "John Com- Queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress of India. Her son. King Ed- ward, was, thirty years later, proclaim- ed Emperor in the same city, anil now comes the turn of 'her grandson, King (George. He, as is well known, lakes a more Mnferest in Urilain's colonial possessions than did his predecessors, as si mark of this interest, lias de- jcided to-travel to India with his con- Sort, .to be present at the ceremony which accompanies his Jormal assum- ption of'the title of. Tihus, for the India Is to >e visited by n ruling King Emperor. Wonderful Procession The King and Queen travel to India the new liner Iledina, which has been fitted lip even more sumptuously lhan any royal yacht. The Medina i DR. J. S. STEWART, Candidate In the Pro vihcial Bye-Election WARNER OATS HIT HIGH SPOTS Yield in One Field is Ov- er Hundred Bushels to the Acre (Special lo the Warner, Lcllmgwcll has just (unshed threshing 320G bush- els of oats from ft 33-acrc lield south of town. This is n little over 100 11 PI d bushels per iicro, ami it was machine measure of 20 Ibs. to-the half bushel! at that. The field of 45 acres cast of town was threshed this week and thp..yield was 7n-bushels per This wa! owned by Messrs. Leflmgwel! and Eg- Sonie wheat here is bailly damaged liy TURKEY APPEAIS TO POWERS TO STOP WAR WITH ITALY Claims It Has Done Nothing to Cause Action of Italians-Young Turks Urge Countrymen to Fight-Sympathy with Ottoman Empire in Great Britain-Germany Guarantees Protection to Italian People in Turkey-Russia's Attitude-No Lives Lost When Italian Cruiser Sank Comlnulinopk Sept Tin lush government today addressed nn- othci ippeal to the cvpiessmg pimed surprise, at Tlnly's aol.ioji in de- fhimo n t and saving thcic is stil) time to prevent disastrous am evil ellcctsol the n which nollimgm llic attitude of llic Turkish empire jus S The Foil ipp s III U in o ol bombvrdment of Italians and ollui loieionei-. including spipd roi icspondents, willvbe taken, on board vessels of flu Italian fleet ITALIANS BOMBARD TURKISH SEA PORT JOHN ROSS MAY BE UBERAL MAN To Contest the, Bye-elec- tion in Pincher Creek Constituency Will Contest City iri the Provincial Bye- Election UNANIMOUS CHOICE Conservative- Convention Was a Very Peaceful Affair Dr. .1. S. Stewart will be the Con- servative candidate, to contest, the provincial constituency of the city of Lcthbridgc at tlie coming bye- election to elect a member to suc- ceed W. A. Buchanan, ALP. This was decided at a incef.ing held behind clos- ed doors last night at the Conscrva- Cowtey, Sept. E. Davlson of hcaclciuartcrs. The whole matter NS, SB in town at the present for mfi tuiiG lookmg after his busines-j teresta here, and being well lo when L. S. Go we took the chair, eel. lie is kept busy shaking hands with old friends. Cotte Bros, have started their n-ew outfit, and reports it to he doing good work. town Friday. Messrs. Orcliard and allies are in- stalling a public wsigh scnlr> on their lot back of.their business block. A grand concert, will he held in llva lowlos' opera'house, Tkhursday, Oct.! 5th; A good program Is being pro- duced-. calling for nominations, Dr. Stew- art's was (he only name irrsntionett. His" nomination was moved by or Adams, who expressed tho, opinion A. j. Lamon, of that Dr. Steuait was the strongest candidate in sight at the present time. .las Gibbons seconded the nomma-1 tion, IJ I! Hoy I moypd that the nominations close. This met- I with iaioi horn the whole and the nomination was therefore imam The talk is general now of who .sim0lls- tb take the place (if Dr. D In, replj ing Di bald that which he toft empty in the pro- vincial house. John -Ross, of- t.Js has been an-VJri.iitt gets the ttominatlon, he will take.tire i strongest Tjiberal vote ever polled in i Jowley. Mr Rosa is an old timer loL the of Alberta-in :his country and is well liked by all general and (he people of Lethbridge he'Was ylait to the nonima- tion, Uuvi lie would be constant the .'Conservatnp parlx, and that if Selected ho Mould do in who know him. He is well known- 11 over the southern part of Alberta, especially among the cattle men. TRAVERS' PAL LOSES ACTION Toronto, Sept. Wislmrt ic New York stock broker and ompaiiy Promoter who, in .his Can- it'tlic riiity in particular 1-Ie spoKc of Ins ten voars' residence' in the city, during which time liope-1 lie had .gained the confidence of the people. PICMOUS to coming to Lcthbridge, he continued, he had 'scrv-s eil the Empire on the battlefields of South'Africa', aiiri now he Wo'ilti be glad to HIP Fmpire in another way, as Conservative member in the' Alberta legislature. In'accepting the frwn tlie Conservative party, he said he London, Sept. despatch to The Times from Conitantinpple fays that according to the latest reports received by the Admiralty the Otto'- man fleet is making for the Dardanel- les with two Italian cruisers follow- ing. .The fleet Is expected to arrive regiment a c.ltnp'ad on the (Continued en pttgt 5.) WANT EXTENSION OF TIME Ottawa, Out., Sept. the Kootenny and Alberta -RallwnyCo. for an act to extend th-e. period of construction. says the despatch has confidence in its ability to protect its subjects along the ccatt from reprisals on the part of the populace, but the position 'of the Italian residents in the inttrfur especially the Italian workmen em- I toyed on the Bagdad Ry. ia regarJed (ess secure. Turkish military SPECIAL RATES The Canadian Pacific Kail- way will have on sale tinkets at. rate of fare and ony-third, from nil points in Sa-jkntche- wan, Alberta, and Brltiiih Co- himbia as far west as Koo'tc- nay Landing to Lethbridge and return, dUitca of ante, Oct. Bulletin: Saloniki, Turkey, Sept.. Italian naval di- vision today bombarded th-3 Seaport town of "Pervasa, de- itroyiim -ills government lionse and sinliing the Turkish tor- pedo boat in the harbor Russia's View St. Petersburg, Rus- sian official view of tho war is in- dicated hi the Nevoo Vrmeyn which s ij's, "So long as France does not .protest II. Is a matter of indifferenra the Place Colonna and proceeded to Place Quirinu. The procession, ac- claimed the. foreign, office and .then marched, to the Ministry of War, and Victor Kmniiimiel monuments, shout- ing and crying wildly for the army and navy and singing patriotic songs. Foreigners-Take Refuge Tripoli, S'apt. foreigners have taken refuge in the consulates of the British 'consulate, which is crowded to Its capacity with women and children. The native conscript reserves havexbeen called out for ser- vice and the Turks arc purchasing all available camslg .and semiring all possible The -belief that tirtiv inadequate. Two regimjnts of one Infantry division wd six batteries of artillery with a few troops and engineers ii furnish a maximum of fighting men. of which about two- are to be in L'Mi; or no progress has bee.i since the revolutiop In the organisa- tion of a local militia force. Go to Turks Boston, Mass., Sept. Albanians who have been living !n Woruester have left for New York to sail for Gre'ece where -ax- 13lh and llth, final return Vwt to go to Tripoli to fight 3 British war vessels are in the vicinitv _ to Hnseifl, who the North Af- i llOB ,0 naUve strength in Tripoli appears to be en- rfcan toiisL Russia further has no _ .rniiln Prtmniicin- iff 1 Iw Ynillisr H fi- i i unit 11 it. G Tlirkl8" wiil Arrive -soon. cast to comnincrite Turks by perpetrating the old hostile ami contemptuous at.tltudc tov.-anla Rnysla, sowed the wind and they are now rcHping the whirlwind. Fear for Christians Alaltn. Sept. Itajinn con- suls, Rolognesi nnd Pinoccntino have arrived here aboard th'e steamer Bis- flgno. Thoy reported having landed Germany's Attitu.J n, Sept. di.in transactions was libcniily fiii- icerl by W. B. Tnivers, late general manager id' tlie Farmers' Bank, will be asked to Imnil over and "eo'vcrnmimt. lo thosi oa two promissory notes, and to work tooth and nail to'Overthrow the iSiHori administration-at Edmon- ioii. He compared Premier-Sifton's of the Czar of Russia, going so far as SSIS.fifi, ihu nmoinit of an'unpaid ov- uerc erdrati. The Farmers' liquidators Uc The uorit were judgirent for these j istraUon Stewart's opinion is amounts this morning by plumn 1S spending the gov- 'will be taken lo realize on some holdings ol- Wishart's, of which (he huvo hnowk'dgc. Wishart and Travers, were compan- ions nf (iiiiinrc during the hisyiiey of he. Fanni'is' Hank, (lit1 moneys of .wcri: paid to Wishaut for vari- ous mining: nnd industrial company proino.Uons. tion of tho affairs of the province, without n mandate from the people. Naturally the provincial rights tion came in for severe criticism, arid lie spoke of Wir Wilfrid Laurier's pro- mise io tuin to Ihc proMiipe the control of its natural resources as a; PEACE RIVER CONCERN Ottawa, Out., Sept. Peace River Trading and Lane! .Co., with n caplinllxntfon of, million dollars and headquarters at Kdmonton. hns Thte promoters Sept. which 1 aMon' watching the Tiirko-Uallan BltimMon I _ L __ _. th? pIoseHt interest, is directing licr eiidonvors -towards couc-eiiLrntinn with the oilier Pov-'am to limit Uw nrea of hcstlHtiqu. H is aniioiincod Slint she lias consented to hrlnfrfl nnnouncomcii Ho exhorted his hfiarcrs, therefore, to place in jiower in Aliierta .government which he claimed had "been right from the beginning. lie also scored the government for "its and incompetent meth- ods tif handling the finances" of the province, statin" .that, at the present time deficit probably'amounts I A f Mn llmi! million LiBtKAL CONVENTION take Ihe lirst opportunity of dcbat- limit, Oct. 31st. This rate IB Turlw. made purpoanly to to coniiort ni bridge with tlve palatlil Dry Congreas. Spectftl train which leaves at 4 p.m. Oct, 1-lth for Colorado Colorado. Torpedo Bouts Attacked Athena, government doflpiich from Vonltra sayy thM 0U Turkish torpedo bout dt-jtroycra wera attacked pursued by tho Italian squHdron crulHlng off Hrovasa. Oiie was wrecked at Nlcopolis, another UK- raped In Provaya, mid -the others es- caped to tho af the Christinns. Ttirkhh yolillers tried to prevent tht) cousulH from ro-crn- burking but they sunci.vri-ad In oa- cap ing during the night. Rome Much Excited Rome, Sept. All day long spe of Itenghnsf were unable lo reach i lflvi Pro'octlon. flie hostilities, Uie consulate. A mob attacked smashing their trunks and 'ocartering tiic contenlE. The pnlic-e fired cartridges nnd dispei-iiwl the crowd. The r.'.iople of HeiiRhasi am violently agitntcd ,ind there is much fear for property antl lives of the ituiH in T.ui-ltcy, who number 50.000. Sympathy Turkey 1-omloii. Sept. Lain.ngtoii i-i hcncling movement to orcnniv.i- nest week a great. pubJiu demoiiBtrn- tion t'nr Tnrlcey, at. which ;i resolution thfs Kfuy pui-soually lo intervene in heba'lf of Turli-oy. The London papnrs diaciiH- wing the foif.VJH of coihbalantM, rommont ou the weak position lo clal editions werw printed by the i which Turkny has rnduccd by newspapers and eager crowds bought (lulckly. In the evening vievoral thou- lands wf ninnlfofiUuts iu neglect nf bor navy. It controlfr fine army approaching men j ou page The Liberals of the city of rtr Lethbridge provincial c'onsilt- uoncy, which includes tho 'I' lage of StiifCordvlllc, will meet- in convention this evening, September 20 at 8.30. o'clock in the Liberal commit- tec rooms In the Oliver, block, Fifth street. All Liberals are uroed to attend as the cnndU date to content the byc-electlon for the Iccr.f house will bo ie; Iccted al the convontfcn S. J. SHEPHERD, President Lethbridge Lib.- eral Association. ins' the issues at tho 'present time before tin; irleclnrs, nnd hoped hft! would be able to "redeem Leth- .Speeches in support, of Dr. Stew- art's nomination followed. Nr. KUcliic looks for a win. Ifugh .Scott, city suprrintemleul, wiuits to I.cthhridaic back in tiic onser- fold A. K. Htmlon nnnle a ,J, vigorous uttaeli on Die real eslalc' r.ud Imped Dr. Sd-unri H-uiilii bu vicun-imis. Mayor Aihin.'? KHH! hi- j Rxpcclrd Ihc IVjcfor (o win by a: majority. Ocorgc CJrcen limped would ho redcvmojl. (Conimucd on ;