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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMK VI. TEN PAGES Lcthbridgc, Alberta, DiTt-mlnT i. CENTS. BIO RALLY ON THE TON10HT NORTH SIDE Chairman jBlackium Asked ihe Mayor "fo be Fair "in his Remarks A GENERAL UPROAR A Number of Candidates Ad- dress Ratepayers at the Central School was a lair cro'.vd at the raec-l- hi iLi- I'ciitr.il ft-hoo! last nlgtil, IMI It I'.as nol iz iarye aa lit-previous in ttie .1 fact -Jne jircbably 10 llio candidates re- peating u-rv largely one night what they said the night vreviously. [huso who did not to last night The-. C-itlims' Ticket will con- duct a UM rally lu Hurgmaun'd north this ttv- e'nliiS. when the speakers bo thu Ihri'O e-andidtitcs. Messrs Hardie, {Jrai-e aud Held, and Jlessrv. Ives oud E. J. Shepheru. joiin T. Ullniore will occupy iho cluiir. r, t.. I 1.1 I Conditions in Texas are Assum- ing More Pro- portions Daily When the Soo Line is Built Into Ihie Country 1'roiu the South FROM GREAT FALLS GUN WORKS IN RUSSIA l.cjudoii. l.--Vic1kvraJ with the leading of St. 1'tterstrjrB, hav obtained from lhe Russian soxe runcnt to establish ex- tensive gun ivorks In HuF5ta. TJje coinpnny will bo numc-d llussla. Artilt'rv tt'uiks Co., and u-ill he at St. I'etcrfitiurE, willj a capital of BOW ISLAND GETS WOOD WORKING FACTORY View Expressed by a Represen- tative of lhe C, M. St. P. Railroad j Uhen Hit- Suo line o! tho f.l'.ll. j Uvilhic n couple yeats, it pro-.' I vide MI entry lor the Chicago, Mil-! :v.aukee St. Paul railway intu 'll.e coal and ivlirat fields "I ''his jTovinee. The Soo line will use the MiUaukre branch to gel into lireat Falls, and in return the latter Dallas. Dec. ron- tinucd today in the flood districts ol ejclting incident ot the cam- ccntral Texas, adding to the high tu date. The chairman Mr. A. w has alrfallv ihc ,vm use tl.c Soo to gel into' "otintUrnW lives, The Mayor Parted out in tls The area oi rivers jal shsbfns style, auti was firhig IIOL Uot ai Camlidalt! using such ab- "most im prepared I over "Infernal etc., :inrt vas making his vrell-kiiown reZerencu o Al derm an SkoHh taking the as- essnient record to his oificn for Mr. modify." -.vlieii Chairman SPXilativc fcr tiie j spread rapidly last night, lhe most important new point San Antonio. The floods today eov- a regular visit, and ercJ portions ot ticarly every county from.San Antonio northward, almost waukee in the city on looking after Christmas excursion business from Allerla points over Ins road. The Milwaukee is building a line lo (he I'anhandle, Eroin this northwest oi (Jreat Kails. It is ex- point eastward to include all the ini- :pecied that it will lie in with the porlant cities of north "anrt central of tlic I'laza branch of the JlacklMirue Interrupted and askeil lhe _Texas. Houston, Hraumont, and (Jal- Soo thro-Jgh Montana. The latter to bo Fair iind IcavR Mr. 'veston alone tvcr1; not threatened. ;litLC will enter (1anada either at The hoinolcss numbered, thousands, Coutts or a little further west -.to iheith's tianie out of the issue. That the fat ou the lire. The Mayor. tho and1 aalil ihut inasmuch as they were, divided in sna1' s- throughout the immense tnp Canlston, ar.d the Milwaukee will then be able to look to the Southern IT. ii luu mvuii ujniuu, diiu auiu _ -n-iyouhl rather not speak at all ilian "o senoiis rehei proh-; Alberta coal ami wheat '6 interrupted by tho chair, hair woe not ininartial. ;Mi. Ulackburne up again, librc "cries of "fiet alo iho nnd a general uproar >v niomeut. It all cooled down agaiu, however. nd Ihe. Jtayor tied TV i th h is :h and the excitement arparentiy armed him up, as he mafic ]iia moat utmt ddivcraneo or the i-Bnipafgn dale. There .was another little flurry iicn some oue called o-Jt "Talk busl- s." uookiiiB (hu direction of the in- Mr. Hardio said: "For CioA'f- sake, what is your Icnis wcrc At Helton, where part of the Ion n) was cut off by water, baskets of. provisiotis wcrc propelled on lhe tele- phone wites to flood victims. .South Bpsn.ue, near. reports the: rise, nol reach there, until yesterday, ca'ine in a oi water about .ton feet higli. The iraffic over their lines i certaiiity, (oc evetj', of the Hill interests- wjl] be by the- Soo or Slilwaukec if Hill htiildy into Alhcrta next ll rot ljc ellhr or otlicr OI before I roads will Thei he on his ju.st one liii 1 Bow Island. Dec. merits have been marfe to luve a v.'oodworkinp factory locate at Bow Island. They have matfe all arrangeir.enit the town and will'start to build In the sprino. They will employ about fifteen men at the start Tnty liavc ac- quired lour (o the weat of the are to have the fac- tory running by the first of Octo- ber next. They surprised at the in- ducements the town had tc- offer, and claim that it will not be long unt'l Bow 'island wJll have several manufactures. It Is.expected that a brick con- cern will locale at Bow Island in the near future, as there IE an ab- undance of.brick and pottery clay En this vicinity.'. Natural gas for cheap power e-trs, Tho late Mr. Ktefcti- v-as bum in Mfju'ttval March 2. 1S10. ff Before Any Licenses Can be Granted as it is Part of Oid Local Option District fn uf the provisions nf section four (if ihc Liquor License Or- dinance an Order-in-Council. dn.tcd Xovcmticr has teen passed crc- aliuj; new lii-riisc number eleven, comprising fitty-six townships tu the soufiictn part of ihe proving. j being towiishiii'F; one tu seven, inclus- I ivc in eleten 10 eighteen in- clusive. This new license district is taken out oi district number eight. The cistern huundary of the wvr district starts at ahout Knaupen en tin- international boundary and runs j mirth lo iix-ludc ihe new town nf Foremost. The westerly Mar's several miles-Vest HE Coutts ami rims straight north. Amnn_z the Police Officers Boarded the Steamer and Took Her in Charge Perpetrators of Plum Coulee i Robbery and Murder are Still in lhe District REAL ESTATE MEN SAY THE NUMBER IS ONLY A LIT-. TIlS OVER'-'TfllRTY Borne exception is Ldng iakcu by real estate' men to the published" ex- tract froin-CliicE Stdtor.'i, v> .Man., Doc. Tliat bar.'lita wh.j licM up -tr.c Uaiik AlonU-eal at IMiitn Coulee killed the maunder. 11. M. Arm.ld. yrster- day, luvu ucil succeeded in getting li far the SW1II> '3 tlic tlie pronraa! (ur averse of escape has llW" 2 u dock -fflprnnnri juernoon. 'Wore that limp every olTicer anJ ii.e on post offices in ihe district arc constable, hail, witliin a ImiiJteJ miles board, sleamcil oft directly lor Knapppn, SI. Kilda, Masinasin, Liicty the si-er.e of Ihe toW.ery aiiJ j Kveryhody, exceiit oHicials. Rlrile, (ioddaitl, Doran, Cmitts, Milk Jniuder, beer, hu'.iTled- null given a i was owIialcU from the soveiuir.ent Hiver, Warner; New ilayton, Wells, .description ..i Itc men Minted. Under :docV -vari1 anl1 Jlrs- I'Mfclmisl- was Korcrnost; and such rircunislances it is thought that i incident. NO DISTURBANCE Militant Leader Was Taken Away gettes Surprised Dec. jto exs'eitalijiis there uas no disturb- [ai.u- lr. ftcanlan, '-and misleading. os is ten miles ividc at some points. An.crii-nn 'road's are in sucll Marliii Sccrctarj'-llav ol the Hoard oi Trade, has .investigated and tias found om rlvcr-I position as-tlic C.I'.U. The', latter that the realty men of the city have At Waco, where several thousand company already has its 1314 con-' 35 modern nnd semi-modern persons wcrc drivrn from their slruction program rinar.ceil. houses in the whole city to rent. iLoinrs, by the lirazos flood, no loss'.roads nave nol, nnd with moncV is advanced as an argument of lite had hctn rqiorteil. Inundation ing around "seven per rent, at- the. "iat.there1 arc less empty dwellings i- .Mclicnzic- are directing I'lvmcmih to the decks. militant' sui-' of' uiso liad ar- ranqcil a great partv at NO INTERFERENCE WITH THE OPERATION 'OF WAGONS OR AUTO TRUCKG TROUBLE RESULTS IN A VOTE OF NON-CONFIDENCE j erman Government's Conduct Comes in for Strong The Kaiser Interferes and Calls Officials to His Presence Bsrlin, Dec. strife be: :en thff mllltiry authorjtlee and in the garricon at-Sea. -irit, Alasce, brought about over light a politJcal criils of the .cute order in Germany. Demands or the of the Imper- il Chancellor, were voiced to- fay by the Tagebljtt, the Frank- ort Gazette, and other Radical wwapapers, Berlin, Dec. 4.-7-A of In the 3erman government In connec- lon with itc attitude In regard to he trouble between.the military ace, wa: adopted In tho Imperial arllament today, by 293 against One blank paper was handed i, while 49 members were .not erlln, Germany, Dec. Ham decided today that Ihe time CO'INC for lilni tu interfere iicrson- with lhe full neignl o( his autli- v in order (o put an end to Iho till- iiecs between Hie civilian and mil- aulhoriilfa of Alsace. Is Majealy this mornlnt; sninnion- hc governor-general of Alsace-tar- c. Count CliarlC'H Von anfl romntamllng-gcncnil. l.teiitenant- jrnl llortlinlil Von lo rc- lo him Immediately a! Karla- Tiie unsalltfying nature of 1'r. Von itihranim.HolIwcg'ii explanations yes. lerday in the Imperial Parliament, been sentenced and tho brnsijiio statement o; Major- llcing unable lo fasten the (barge BUNCH SUPPOSED BY POLICE TO BE IMPLICATED IN RED- CLIFFE THEFTS -Medicine Hat, lire. o'Jt of five of a gang of thieves wliJclr Hie police hjvo. been rounding housing problem heroines pcule. Xor.e of them have any ol the 'modern con- veinemrs. Indianapolis, Dec. ness coariitiOTis ivcre .rcsunictl (111 al- most'a normal basis today, .Tnnrlh dav. of the' strike of lhe team- sters'and chauffeurs -union. Practical- ly all'team, owners had at leapt part qf their forces in operation. No interference ivith u-asons or au- i to trdcks had been, reported early E: today: The ministers1 committee, wh i can an investigation o! LARGEST AMOUNT EVER PAID TO AN INDIVIDUAL BY A CHI. CAGO FIRM be- gan an investigation ol the strike ilate yesterday, continued its hearings 'today. It annoiineetl by the imionithis ploying about SOO men, liad signed AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hal, Alia., Dec, Early Ihis morning, (Ire gulled Larder's Ice cream parlor, and fices, cause unknown. real estalc. of- I'afttlington terniinal ol the. Great Western' railway on her arrival in I.onhon, ir.tt to express their indigna- tion at her arrest. (Continued on pay; COUNSEL FOR DOMINION IN FREIGHT RATES CASE Refers to the Act Giving Land and Money lo C. P. Interprets its Intentions-.-The Rates East and West Ollawa, Dec. Argument in Hie m "lcs luo Uailvay nn various up havo: charges: the tentative, agreement submitted and will continue for several I, HpnlHi i yesterday by the union officials. The; days. In opining the argument for iu ii.c iirijmj. -list did rmf include nf thpASTOP ttirt General Krici Von Kalkcnbayn, min- ister of wnr, It is pointca out, have burglary on tlictn the police prowcul- cd on otncr lines. Herring was Riven not only ensured tho. pas sage of the I two icars on each oi .three charges gj stolen and ol tfiCtt of sriiali iirtii'lcs fuun two'lti- non-conffdonco In tlio government, Jim ii.-ive mado possible a serious liileh in (he budget II Is likely that tlic Imperial par- liament refuse to proceed, wltli tlio discussion or Hie bndgcf tinlll it receives satlufnclorj- guarantee that there ulll be no reiintttlon of such In. rtdenlK as Ihoso ivhlch hive occurred at Seabearn. Tlio Imperhl Clianetllor, asvani lh.it even his ou'u arc blaming him for tiie 'absence of any dellnile deelaralion us to boiv be is golns lo rioal the- authors oi Ihe incident, appt-aTcd Iti tfic r.irliamcnt at tlm opentng of today's emlon. Iln wns cvltlenlly miith exercised ovei Iho siru.ilion. floor al once ho det-larcd tliat Kinneror U'll. llain had expresseil-cxlreme .diapleas- nre over Iho occurrences at He.lbcjrn an.! liad siven ihc etim- iiM'ml slrltt ordt.rs thai such viola- lions of lhe Ian- as the clcarini; of the slreels by the mllftary. aud Ihc ar- nf civilians 'should not Ire" re- peated. (Conilmio-j on' page Hohinson. Cmpi0fers. one of the KrealC5t stock com-i mission men in this city, has'sent a i check for to J. If. Lethnridge stockman arui ranchc-r. Tliis is the largest check ist di_d not include any of the large nvhich this firm has ever sent to an 'individual shipper, and was for .Joe Ware ,nt low irionlbs fat 'llc river in r.il stores. The police Irlicvc T.C of the parties in a burglary KeilcliiT .Joe Ware got lo for buying stolen properly. Kint whose Itrr sluii was two months, for. hatljnring stolon fionds. Hufi, Hie only white man of the huncli, was, given six months >es- t'rday for and Kaunileis, ivho with Derrinj; was arrested al Mouse was sent up this allernnon for trial at tlir supreme court fcr receiv- ing stolen property. -The police hc- llevc he is one of tho licilclifi bur- glars. The police arc through yet, as they helievc theto arc.'mvrc members of the Mr. Wallace 'is or.c of the best known cattlemen ol Alberta, and-his strers iverr. pronounced ex- cellent hy Mr. liohinson. who is re- cognised AS one of the best judges on. the market. A HATCH MEETING Tlio'.Miners' hall meeting lo- nlgbt is n Halch fiincllon. Mr. BISHOP KEEPS OUT OF CONTF-.OV6RSV Out, Bee. IHfhop head of, tho lloman Catholic dioceso of I.onrlon.' 'refuses lo enter Into nny controversy Henri Tioarassa, leader of tho S'atlou- nllsls of Quobeo, over Iho widely'di- vergent doelrlnes-ns to Canada's lu- tura. Sais., On'. J.-llcnry II. Hartsch, pi Great awl I'elcr Xucleltit, ol Aljctdecn, en route to Hosthern. v ere held np at Warman tho Dominion goveininent James fflcknall, K.C., tho Hoard that all tho figures rovelant to the Inquiry hail not yut been put In ty Uio railway P. "It is ho salu. "to flnil oul If the freight rates'wost of Fort William aro unjust sni] unreasonaljle by figures from Iho railways. These Proceeds with liis arguroent Uictnail repeated that tho scope of the inquiry is as to whether tho rates charged hi Western Canada are ex-' ccssive. There was no complaint from thu East as to lhe rates charged. In getting at a basis of what is a. fair profit for th- company. Sir. Ulck- nall ?aM it .would l-e Ills duty to drmv the attention of Hie Hoard to tho original art of parliament Incorporat- ing tbe company. This acl, passed In conlalns a number of which Ehould be of tbe utmost Import- ance In consideration of.the question llgurcs should fhow ttio amount of the i of tho O.I'.H. rales. earnings and tbo propuillon the j Counsel for the governnmt Ho argued t entitled to a larger proportion of pro fits than the lender of [ho money. t the shareholders are just as the Canadian Northern-train i ilio ccnlcnlton o! for the was pulling out fur tiie nuTlh. Darlsvh vvns rotiliod of and of AliofJifr [jian railunyt; lias brtn that an PXf.crt could not tbo oxjiensca nncl frclgiit they did know; said he nas ruh-jfroni Iho pnsser.ser department, bed of J2CO. While or.o man Mocked) rifjor Ipading into tlic car two Ilalcri had the hall nngagccl be- j otlirrs ruhbcil Ihcse men. A foro tlio Norlh .TEsoctatfon, and Ihere- foro controls lhe meellng. Ho hns, however, invited lhe oth- er sjirakern hilled to appear 10 -be tho platform, and I feu" nnmilfs m'lcr (he (rain tc't War- man, llic men discovered their loss. -irlll hc> given their regular liirfi.. TEie meeting will, thtro- ho addressed by Messrs, liolcfi, Wilson, Kraync am) llamlitou. CANDIDATES WITHDRAW Winnipeg, Mau., pec. Sclilllcr and Ilnse tiave witUdrawu randldalure for controller am1 this [carts sis candidates In the field for In- cluding tho silling, (onlrollers. Lean. nnd Doug- las and A. W. Puttse.'. the. labor lead- er and V. J. Me Arthur, son ot'tlie former. controller. submit llils Mi1, Blcknall. Is not railways louml the plan feasible. .Not a single has come forward lo say that our methcd of 'segregating theso fig- ure's has not been aa nearly correct from tin; acl lhe clauses grant- Ing-to tho.company twenty-live lions In cash, twenty-five, million acres ut land nnd free onlry tnlo Ca- nada of all steel rails reciulred by tiie company, ac well as all material for lhe construction of bridges and (he equipment of a' telegraph line, as well as a freo right of way. SI. Uicfenall esllmated thai for the prairie section of the line, the com- pany had received nine millions in cash and acres then valued at Jl.CO per acre' i-'or Counacl llicn filed a loirg list of tonll.lalnl.- that hni] Ijeon made :ig.. alnsl Ihc r.ite on grain.. Ho said Hint ho objected lo Ihc special and gener- al rnfc's ttsc.il hy Hie railwajs