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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Alberta. Tuesday, Dm-hilicr C'EXT.S. XiLinbcr Two Candidates for Commissioner of Public Works Can'l Agree and ihe Mayor a Third Engineer is Blamed (or the Figure and Haivey Argue CANDIDATES TALK ATJ-LEETWOOD SCHOOL Aid. Hamillon Says City's Expenses Must ba Reduced in Order to Cut Down the Tax Love'ring Prophesies on Election Results and Gives Position on Social Vice M-ry uc.ir Not liy caii'C ilul some temporary basin could Uc heir.j; Iruwn nut lasl niRln. iiroiiilnl svliere waler laifclil L'i spm'hei, but by a pumpetl ML sudiiicnt iiuantilics lo tide tlif cily tlie periods Vherc iiiu ]ou Mr. Haii-cvV "W (he f I and keys. This delayed merlins nearly an hour, a grcal nianj til lliose who intended hearing Mr. ''-Mr. llanlie is Hie llie speeches being compelled lo re- lurn lo tlieir homes on account of I Mi-. Ilarvej is itic cold norlh wind. KurtiiDalcly the thai point." I (iraliirs did not gel colil feel, and! llardie supposed (i laeclini; progressed according lo he enc.ir.ccr? .the prograin, l.ut all ol lalks vcrc shorl Hiid iuict. '-V.' S. llaivey, candidate [or com- of imljlie. spoVe to IscarJ ATTACKS CUTIZKNS1 KLATK Mr. MrUlluir very of (he quc.ytiou uhicli lie had Ontario Man Wins the Grand Championship for Wethers W. W. DOUGLAS Mayer of Taber for several years, j who MR. PEEBLES QUESTIONS MAYOR HARDIE ihe "BWhard" Letter and Bond Grace Asks I His Critics to Come Into the Light Wilh Their Criticisms Ives Ihrows Some Light on the Tax Rate j for -I. 111., Dec. 'i Imrrali iicGTCRor arid HUle old Manitoba. The imiciiliural college Loys are all al Ihis. veiling Ihrir heads titi in the liic nuil t-vcrv f'anadian is hand's with every casli'ia .1. McCi rcgur. of has oli the. grand diau-piuMship oi il.e International livcsloik shut.- of Vhr. ui il-i kiiid on earlli. Indianapolis Strike Assumes a! Ihe re scores-oi Item. He v.-as firsl in his class as u iradc irjrlins. i then champion 'of. all sr.ides and I cross-breeders rhampion 01 all yearlings, and finally jiralul More Serious Proportion Orders It UK- Tilki-l "Al j Mi. linn- L, r-loin'd lo as an out- 10 all iis Iricuiis ttiof? oi j siilcr iiv FOUIO. co'iiiuacJ >Jlr. Ivcs. ulhci- pi'i.-iiKisloiis ;i; ilic of itui lie was litre before ihu IJalJ I.IM iiJsl'i. The of nlui wilMole .11 ibis election, was added to lo itc of the! U.. ii- ihe mail tl..: cor.miiHeL. waiilcil. wliok- on llie He was ahnoEl us cily cnsin- ci.-r U'lion former City Engineer Ar- nold was r-liotr-M. Tin- only reason ilidn'i him was bs- [tiL-re T.IS H difftrenco En sal- ary, ire has UILMA- ciuaLiricaliou for He could lf> lur 11 liieli lie h-.is n orkeil Presidetit Wilson Hopeful About Mexican Situation-Speech to Congress Iteicl. for I'uulic i-'litilii't. urf-SLMLl lor llie rital lime In the. tiiTiirnl.srl. He was Homcwbai frail, hnl nevcrlhfk-ss lie bit uf the evc-mnp, enjoying tlic mosl cnlhusiaslie welcome lened lo any candidate llius far in the J 31 .Mr. Held did 1101 sncakjjiv ihe IKISI. and lake ihe he-si Uicy cnc, Lui Ms vc-iy prc-Etnic inspired baj ii in Lheir power io oifer. ton'idencc. and the slreHBlb of (lie _Vs ulp f lickc-l -.V25 liv tliu aildiliui {or of llw Iliird liuV. mayoralty candidate were doing so Mayor Ililrdie was in liiu.- fr-im. He: not -so lhat the'olherd shoiiJd be for an hour, and made his first rtnlly cor.EtnulLve of Ihe (ani- Tiiien. He stated tlial his commiltec Lad given him orders lo liay as III- rtt'irned io iio'irer tn'al Mr. llanlit! slinulil be defeated. This, he con- ul" Ihe besl RrguuienlB ill III.; Mayor's favor. He had suBScsleil Xcrlh Ij-lhhrldge (he laying oul of-likely point all Mrrnls-r.ou- proposed, so Iliailllirni to loir tliiis 'in value. nnd he would Ilic hringi- oL't tlie pre.senl syslcm qi water duMrics. siijifdy. in inaiij- parts of the north siw, ibe waler waion. He ,1 Ihc elcetois ai arc mov-' by'ths'tclirnstrrs and chauf- Icen, his-no disuusvcd uilh hrief cura- ieurs vim arc on strike. The polite ing as a leader, but he has cared lor storm cement walls, 'veil. ror.tcrns _....._. lind.surcl payins. Me would give tbliriB' and Iherc is nu more ieurs wnu are on i ne IIOIIIL- a u... i I.ellihridge. foe crowd abonl hMquar- ll.is calf from hirth and McOrc- "iral- "K scnliincnls he Ilim5elr llis Qil" is Suu-ncr5 moving and did nol give tlie mm-.' iof. would nol allow him to he expressed in ilic special address properly coahl he sub-divided and: ply cheap order to indixr, a elur.ce lo slarl a demonslralion'.' lettered any of liis oltir-r and eonsifss on the same subiecL clined to ask him pue'Eiious. In llio laller caiiaeiiy he up-beared lo enjoy ol legitiinalc in A TOI1RHCTIOX ll.linillon charged thai lo; -sonic As-adrtilional help lo pulice iin more experienced feeders., lie was limr ago nnd expressed the belief prcventins! the parade, one-ol hyillcory JamieJorC who n-as thai llie I-lucrla government was ilepanmcni's large mlonmhilcs'v.-as formerly willi Dean oi Iowa, ;sloivly crumliliiij nnd Hut Ihe United loaded wilL polii-cmrn armrd- will! .hnl who joined the Jlcflregor herds probahly would nol lie ic alter ils pulicy oi waitiiie. A. >f. Orace also wbu were nations behind back briefly, cful- cen hicrea SOO.OOO establishment.- coulJ expect llie And ODO to do iVre municipal in a iiakie.i; iiiEln- house as cheaply as in ore.-.As for Il.lrdie bein .mi failures .Mr. McAriliufj one o' Mr. Harvey's; the field, iras the nexlj ng voled aj-ainil I 'Hie whotesaters who reluscd .to risk :tei niolion in council, [or spile llieir wagons on the street's ycsler- prciiously Ames L'tdlegc. vion two ij.tlic field, was the nexl j What Mr. Hamillon said was, Lhat day. sent oul a number oi loads .of years in siicvesiion. II is the Ihird j-pcakpr. MU- over his quali'lic'a-1 an alderman miftbl !jc a despicable goods lo height depols and outlying .time Ihc ilnimpionship has come Ic lions Siiielliv Colluding lhal he had jierson, hul thai- lie ilittn't carry his ..stores. The department slorcs, bow-) Cacada- In addition lo Ihis win. J. rcceiird rnoiV experisntr against him so fur is to'lose; ever, refused lo make deliveries.- .0. McCiregor also won Ibis morning uring tils sercn jear.s as rcsi-. Ihc ci'.y tjur: if This remark was made: The leamslcrs coatintcd llieir pro-' Hie. first place in Ihc class.. Ibrec 'steers were all Ihe get oi C'oMen Glram, sired Ihc grand chani- Orilnrio also rciuices in Die grand lud madn ivovk he had nnilcr- toTieii in Uic .last, lo innke sfi.ine plalform. stafemelils from lie did nol deny thai' he had had a lillle hard luck, lint by far. the great- er and more imnorlaut part of'the work on tbe Hontn Albcrfn Cu.'s irngaiion system was. still standing No program lor trust legislation was presented further lhan the men- lion o! the desirability ol an amendment lo (he .Sherman law "lr> prevent privaic monopoly more cl- j lo his an engineer, factually lhan il has been prevented" I w c and an nr.mium'eiiK'nl thai the I'resi- itent would later a special dealing solely C. u'ilti i suiiecl. i man for Ije thought The of Alaskan railway _ which (he Prcsiilenl endorsed, nerd i lor conecntralion by (he, srnaie on the pending iiirwnr'v hill which denl engineer nith Ihc t'.l'.H., llian in a jocular way, and had absolutely grjm of yesterday liarrassing all of the olhrr candiilates pul rn on Aid. LoieriiiR, It'driveis at every opportunity. :-.'Xo logflhrr. He sharply Mr. "was merely a slnlcmrnl ronrernlng I Iroublc resullcd. It was rc.- llarvcy's nnlrn'.ion Ibat a laj man .in general. ported loiby Ahal the Central unilld require, nionths lo get into the; Mr. Hamilton advocated the early rafoa commillce. had rcuuesled T. J. champion wether of the wliole. show. Ihe urgent necesslly nl liarneis. "I Has said he, liomplclion of the subway, being, oil ger.cral .organiser oi the This is r.wred by .lohn Campbell, of i rural -credit lejislalion, self govern-1 a man was expcclcd lo lie [account of his eounec'litiji uilh the. tcamslers' lo permit Icainslcrs Onlario. able lei across -the conlinenl on'slrecl; railway, hcarlily in favor j whose- citiploycrs hail signed tlii nn-i "on. Bur.can .Marshall and 11nn. a iriomrnt's notice and tatc up llic-jits early eomplelion. i ion Contrnct. to return to work- Kar-'J- McLean arc anir.ngsl Ihosc at Ihc P work ol liis predecessor as an ensi- Mr. Hamilton jusl hardy (o'uchcd rell, however, raid he. would hojd out sllow -'Iherl.l. neer, and progress ivilh it from the-oii the- Us rate question- The onlv "nlil of Ihc strikers'could fie coinmeneed work. Ar.it (-way in which Ihr's rate can he re- 'clurn nnrtcr union contract. }is conlinueiJ. "lhal prcal intellectual ;iluccd is by reducing Ihc cily's ex- THY TO KN'D STRIKli Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. ves led off the precession, explaining ill Hie imilance lhal be" WAR noL r.n Imporlcil bill j v.as paying from Ibe. plai'orn-. others -nere saying on the the reason wbj- lie was supporting a slalc ol candidates, lie claimed Mint as his privilege as a resident of Le.th- iliai was not a particular fauU in tlio man' uilli miblie nffairs, so IOHK as lio Talked of tliorc aEfalrs. "Mayor Hardie Mayor llavdie FtarLed oiu some things Aboiil an Idfr.il- :si. Me diiln'L cla-io he was, but ho rlniinctl lichAtl tigh it dian'l liim' long lo more material considerations, where e fell on safer ground. Tlie idcalisl j civto govcrnrnetil inus- have tiis now reoiile arc moro concerned the tftxca they arc to next year. ie reviewed. Ms administration for ger.ius, If. C. Ives, abks-whcrc myjpcnses. There is Ihe schnol rale, the qualifications are." Mr. Mc.Vrlhnr said he debenture rate ami Hie. r.ot irate. The debenture rale must of ne- .stuJicd ll.c problems peci'Jiar to'cetsity increase, and of Ilic mitlee composed of rcpresv-nlnlivei oi all crofts niTilialcd with Hie Central Labor Union loday hegon eflorts .lo I.ellibridgc, bul if there, weic prob- Ipoviti of on] on? (ci reduce. 1 he school, end Ihe sUike ol (he teamsters and rate is also oul ul Ihe hands oi Ilic i cliauficurs. At (he of Ihe com- rily Tlieiefore (he muni-; Icms, there ivcrc also solutions, ar.d uueslion as lo which was Ihc ibesl, woiiltl Imve lo be worVrrt oul. Oin- of Ihe first problems lo be at-jtrilal tax rale, which" is wilhln lliciaml rbnilman ot Ihc ccilnmillee an- 1acJ.cif, lie was Ihc mailer power of any the commissioners of Ihe muddy ualer supply In- Itc to reduce. .spring, lie was unalterably -in favor I "Unr expenses in I3IS were (x Vl (ConMirjcd on' I Sorno say WAS RUN OVER BY AN AUTO NORTH S1DER SEEKS-DAMAGES T) I? T TVT as j IJtl K. lit Ci 1VI Ji ENTOMBED IN MINE Hci-iuac lie. w-as knocked rlov.'n and run cyor by ?n aulrunobile belonging lo Marshall Sons ft Co., of Oalus. borough, Flngland, over llircc ycara ngo, Wm. Maltbows, of Xorlli Lctli- The acr.idcnl forming (liu Mais of WILL RESIST ATTEMPTS TO ARREST-HER London, I. Mrs. Panlihurat will Imvr a uodj- guaul when she in'Kngland Wednesday. Mrs. Tl'Acre l'ox( oiiC of the 'militant lead- ers, said "1 Ho not (hinfi in the Mace of.ynlr lie opinion, the government- al- lo arrest our trader, if so they Hnrt adrriuatc prcparalion.s have made lo dr-icnd ]icr hy pliysic.il nc.ms a.a.-tin.il any pfir.rl lo Likelier tack ip Hollon-jiy Prison.11 I IUUI -I I lull, 3LII II- I --C-- .inp'nt for-.l'nrlo Hico and Hawaii, ul-' He made il nbiii lhat eaeli of Ilimalp independence, for (he the ranrtidalcs on the Citizens; slate 'pinr-s, a policy Of common council anil w.i ear-ting.his own unrllcular clec- coiifere'ricc.belurcn.lhe federal gnv- .lion. The committee, is behind II, he- ernment and (he stales, conservation :c3use it believes lhat in Hardle. ind rcvisijtn of Ihc of and Heid, the three besl men ary elcclit.ns were the other principal haiJ been plcltcd lo guide Ihe ilestln- the I'residenl's address, j Ics of I.ethljrhlEe under commission l''or Ihe details of the government's government, so lhal llio f-ily w-ould ISI'TK-SS'. the I'rcsider.l rcferreil nol be ashamed it Tiail adopled tlial Creek, Colo., Dec. Flghl- Ing iiKiiiusL tona of rock ftnd dirt. hun. cjf inlncrfl wort Ing In shifts of ictfon occurred nccordtnr to the writ nifnnle.s .cnch, slniggJet) 4. to roarh the three men still en- on.lhc caning of August 21, 1010.. In the Cycl6 The brought Action against lhat conrcrn for damages cosfa of Ihe ease. The plaintiff slmlt anJ Co, car In the action gels forth clalmfi :ia rninovlng gooda iicrc. (al Mcdkr.l iillcndanco mcdl- iinf. nursing ai.d ;pccfal 195 (bl Loss ot lime........... I'.O (c) Injury lo rlolhes and con- lenla of iiockctfi........ -fl (il) I'nln nnd suffering and r.cr- manenl Injury, nnd lusa uf wlfc'rf soclcly, and ronnecled alih wl'c's Im- from automobile on 13th Street; Uraio [cars for the safely of lilt X.. 'vlioii S. driving Ihc Mar- inni, Krank M. Woada, Patrick ilm, nnd .Samuel Sorcnson, were cx- ITesPed this morning by rescuers ,uto I who aro working from tho main jin-ks. ran Into 1 our fn-.l Inflkllns H Is cl.viinr.d llio i bcitlK iccklcasly. (irlvcn tu :md al an iinl.iwrnl rate of aj.rt'd: iilsn llml nn warnlnsr was given. II sol :'orlh also that the shoeV. !iad sucli an effect on Jiis ulfc't nervous slmlt nlilch Is nearly clear. A SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION AT CALGARY Ollnn.i. Onl.. lice., mllllla order mornlnff icndlllon Ilial he ccimijclied lolli- cslnlillsniivnl of- h provlslpna her aSro.id. On the.jc erountls i school of Instruction for Ihc genera the Mil Is Issued. I staff t.t fulmars'. 1 lie school wll V. I'diiSLJc rt.'liur fnr tlie nhjii. l.or-en on January 12 continue fo till In Ihu acilon. 'a [icrlod of all weeks. the annual c-lbir.fv olficcrs. irports of hii slylc or sovprnment. Eulony of Arthur Reid "It has. been :aid lhal ifr. Kci.il is and tnal there ia no ob. RO i 1 'f n o A r> J00' lie" "I d 1 1 I O tt U IVl a 111 think n-c have pirai ;ou ll'e hcsl Killed by a Bandit i to lliat 'iiiosl Soijl Is here- hi It You all a waste ol ihr. year, rrahaing thai r.is ob- HERALD SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST CLOSED At II o'rTock Insl- nlfilu, ibs Herald -conical r.lop.otl pith thn [ast report from the tll> datCR. Teeny's mail rcuorla froni lhc: country u-lll cromolctc U. so far the work uf the cauclldnlt-H are concerned. A. Henderson Jt Co.. char- tered accountants, will take nf tlic iccord? of tlio coiilesl Ibis evening. inan grahlicd lilin by llir overcoat layfl will] the ordm "Throw uu yoiif MantiRuc licld n frnvplling bag in cue hanil and raised thn, ntlirr EO as j In ward off a Irom tl.c- rolibcr. Tlio (hen filiot dim ihe fnrr-hcail. iiortcr slnrleil to Tiia'iiuJ zed tilm. isfrii'rhMiTl Heforc ho met Montagre tlie.bniinlt ,rrty tuok Kloiit VViC'ln cash and'jc-wclry f( from r'asamKftrH and Iralncrevs-. -As Ihb Ualn slowed' down for I'u tnta' tin; rnbliur eml (KaaTviiiarcd '_'. _: SLAYER FROM A MINE SHAFT Hali. Dec. fate [pouring into the mir.e slncr d( IJalpli slayer o( six racn, morning. Il was expected ttfi remained a c.irly io'lay whtn powder tunics would xeltlc into sr.v- it lhal only Hie rnnOal ol 'fral lilind slopes not yet per.elratnl InilklifaJs Aful a search of Ihc Ihc gases oHcss.density. Drcaiisr mine ttliere hn look has'nolaltrnivtLtd a dash uoiilil .-MJ uiglil lung Uic niinft sonic hplicve thai pcrhapi rs ro'iied their gasry intn Ihc A a the. lunr.rls. dnzcu deputies svalcli cn fron, ,Vel di reeled into -llif imdcisrour.d I scxLiir rrircat. EX-JUDGE LARUE DEAD ?bcc, I.fcc. liAS' jmiollitT oT lit most cill- I" "10 I'" son of llon.-lu.es h. corridor. Thcie luirirs are anil l-irnc, ex-Judse of Ihe. Superior Conn. off Husp Ir, Ihe the or Ihla province, died Ii] Mia itU Uliul.1 u( liehtcr naics thai t.a'r. bcm (year. i ;