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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. 10 PAGES. Lethbrhlge, Alberta. Saturday, Dm-mbiT CKXTS. Number mm 'AT 1H .Asked Some Pointed Questions at the Ga'.brailh School Meeting DEALT WITH GOSSIP A Number of Other Candidates 1 GIVEN TWO YEARS Pec. iLg guilty to stealibs J10S5 from Iho N'c-lson branch of the Taylor .Milling and Klovator Co., jUilgh Stiiuup was loday sentenced lo U.o years ju the v penitentiary. THE UEKMAN GUX1WAT IMRMEX Spoke and Asked for Support "I am here tonight to reply to tho .veiled Insinuations HurJeU at ir.o-by Ilarclle, and to challenge any man to bring against mo anj- chargo DR. COVERING iTILL III THE FIELD Tfti- L mcnt H nor InS U slill ill Im P.TVB, ui'iirh s tt'h'ch lias been ordered to coast of Mexico to sfd in projecting foreign interests in Mexico. It is panEed by UnttcJ Stales battleship Rhode IB protecting; United States IntfciMsts. Indianapolis Strike Situation j Appears to ba improving -Union is Confident Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. hundred unicm teamsters who hai that aftwts my xcor.il been ou strike since mWnigl.t las! Sunday, relumed to work May Rev. F. Cuthbcrt AlKIa'a apeniiur re- marks at Gtiibratth last right. Tho word had been passed that tho minister would reply to tho llayor last night. II was enough lo ensure a croud, and the crowd 'was there, suro enough. So wes tlie Ilov. "F. Culhbcrt AOctn. .For forty min- utes he held the audience, one mo- ment hrenthless listening to Iho fulaticns of the charges mads ag- iifust him, and tho nest raising the toof with their vociferous app-bURe, Deals With Nasty Insinuation Kor. Mr. .Atkin" dealt wiUi tho xholc inside history of the troubles. over the JJardlevJile church, in cosi- section wltli which, ho said, tbe charge Imd been luainuated that lie had misappropriated funds to ilia -extent of and that, there- fore, he was afraid to issue a balance sheet. He oliaracl-vued tho charges r, damnable falsehoods, cJ cA any man to [irodu-io tho proofs. A b ala nee sh'eot h id been d ra wn by tlie auditors. It had been hy tbo auditors and accorted by tho boaid -'ol management of Ilia church. He clajr.ied" that everything ivas fair above anil Ibat Iho nimor "came from people' whoso BTO no Wgger than i In fact, ho laid tho foundation of the runior td a "gossiping E.U, R mem MONTAGUE TO SUCCEED ROB UN NO FRUIT union officials say will be back in their oM places by Monday morn-] Only those drivers rvhose employers linve signed contracts with ihc union re .permitted to lake out teams, abor leaders Declare that 300 loyers have signed, contracts agree- ng to pay union'-scale ar.tl not iscriminale against union men, but oor of tho !he city." Aid In Ihnl yatt o That Indy, be declared ajantert to get liira dismissed from his and that. Is tie way sho dlt t; ilr. Alkln told Iho whole 6 'roio beginning to end, aud :oDfIuced tLo crowd. He said he wa; lot maligning Mayor llardje; he WE: imply defending-lilrnaelf against th insinuations made by that' entleman from the public platform. 03 page Three Meetings Mark the Close of Election and Hardie Together Tonight, tho last night ot the cam t (he ofiiws of the vehicle owners' i wm fci a bu5v one the sspciation, it w-as said none of tho (Or ccramissiouersbip hon- Elevon o: the IS candidates arge owners had, agreed to the splra un- ors. Winnipeg, speeial despatch lo the.Toronto NfiTrs sent from Jiere tcday says that Sir Redmond Rolilln Is likely to retire, and Hon. Dr. w. H. Montague will succeed liiui as Premier of.ManiloUi. Sir Rod- rnond's health Is said to be bad. tf UNIONISTS OF ULSTER ARE EXCITED on tomorrow." on's derrands. No serious trouble 17111 speak. Uie mOctlufis; havlus been afl been rc-pcrtpd early today. arranged as follosvs J..H. Dcnsrnore, sent here as a rcp-j K. of P. Citizen's Ticket, cscntative oi Ihe' departme.it ol lab- }Iardte, Grace Tlrdd. however, will return to Washing-1 Central mayoralty can- didates. Calbralth School -Messrs. Lovering, Han-ey, McArlhur and Hamilton. The campaign today seems to have centered around tho controversy be- tween. Mayor Hafdic and Rev. Mr. Al, kin OVLT the social evil question and tho rumors that the has not >jcpt his trust In money matters con- nected Win. the crcitimi of the Tlar- dlevilto Trinity These'two geutlenioii will rrlcet on 'the platform in Iho Central School. (oniBhl and some high class oratory may he ex- pected. The Citizen's Ticket nt the Knighta of Pythias promises to be a big one. Over on the 'north stdb an oppor IN THE TEXAS v FLOOD. REG THOUSANDS OF CATTLE -DROWNED- Bryan, Texas, bsc. )ver the .Royal Proclamation Protesting. .-Importation .of Firearms i (unity IB being given thoso who die thcr last night causol' intense get a fair hearing a few evenings ins; thronghciut the IlcaMS liver hot-'ago cvving to the delay In .opening to'm, where nur-drccis flood -rft-i the scliooi for the crovd. fugecs, mostly nearo'es, liave spent! Every committee room is busy to- nearly lorly-deht hours in trees. day, planning to get the vote on To Insinuations Made by the; Mayor in His Speech on Wednesday Night Cannot be Sold in Restaurants is the Decision of Police Magistrate Claimed That One of the Nom- inees in Raymond Can be Disqualified RELIGIOUS TEACHING Ministers Ask the Privilege of Providing Instruction in the Schools F. Haymon.l, Dec. moat interest. Ing session ot the town council was held last night is. tile cdtco ot tho' secretary-trtasuiei1. A fui! quorum i was prcseiil, and also Solicitor Osc- j Thu question u! too qualifica- J lions ot O. II. i Cutlibrrt Atiin addresses llowins letter lo the llcrnl.1 In view i.f ihe fact Ihat certain in-j1 sinuallons were raadc M Mr- n1ayor' W0re which rcF-eclod ott my moral charae- ter, I would like to know -.vliy my! fcr I would ie to con- -.viy mi- public refutation of those statements of tbo, cmiiicllraeii beca was not reported Ihrcush your col-j so enthusiaslio they ivero call EtKast. Ireland, Deo. The great- est excitement, has betn created am- ong- the rank and filp. of- the Ussier nomination tho town auditor, lithe "battli! between tho solicitor became ilieii I spoke at two public meet-! to tho mayor, and so diecus. ings on Thuisday iiijht and dealt; slon was deferred until after midnight with (he base reflections whieli Mr. when tho "lawyers" got iiito the open Hartiie made, but your paper was sil- eif. ,ent, whilst it published the Irightful j Whereas ttie lav provides that no ocal iruit dealers cannot sell fruit 1 drive! iras calculated to' spoil .paid official o; the town shall becorno or'tobacco on Sunday, no- ray chances in this rarapaign, and to'mayor, it was claimed Ihat as soon they conduct a testauiant' blacken my character at the lesigiiatlou was handed to.the or not. That is the decision render- time- Jsccretarj--ireaEurcr.lt became oriera- ed this mornini; by- Police Masislrate Will you please make it plain, by (live.1 .Solicllor Ostlur.d give an opin- Elton, in the test case in connection! Us publication'cf this letter, that, ;Ion that If Mr. Snow wens certain violations 0( the Lord's; I hau no idea that-any thing, be- j election could bo voided. _ _ "f. Day Act. The .International Cafe'yond a mere rumour, v.as being said I TIIO council decided to instairaij were the oflenilers, and upon the con-tlikely to injure my" reputation !eight-horse-power engine at the town victiou were liLcd the minimum fine I 1. Tdculiolc thins is. Hie result On Second soath and Second east oi SI 'and costs. the actto oi a small-bunch of peo- The old ensir.o Is to taken..- Mr. Palmer, counsel [or the have been my opponents Jin oxciiango tor tho new oao and ant, hased his argnment on Bylaw throughout all nn jilC of'this city. This bylaw, which threo hundred dollars In three Install.. rneuts is (o bo naid hcforo April aiiforaobiles, for fear tSe authorities of the opinion that as auditrd by a inan was appoinieii" there is no charge Froin, put the Irish Crimes'act into this bylaw pro'tol (or the opening of by tho board, and Hie board received lo wenty-nve cents, anil force and seize the TVHT stores already i these sliups on Sunday, it WDS wilh.his balance slice! r.s satisfactory'; hcg Mo and one-halt collected. I the inteat. that.thcv.should do 5- I deny aiy charRc .or iinrilr.ejii.icenlc pe: month. 'The authoriliet have made Sess, and thus would'negative aiiy for responsibility, ar.il ran show any I license bylaw provides that Bill_ their first seizure under the criminal intent on part of the one references anj teslimonials, cov- (boards ba taxed and regulated. The i .....irking 'town constable was instructed .to convince the most! prohibit iKdlscrlmlnatn pesters on the. of the rrockvnacjoa this niorninB; (kcefcr ol jh'e shop, using this as Jan crim; the wtoli when fhev dyainedifelghty-nln'b'cases iallernative argument, assuming tliat career which wi ammunition and eight cases of rifles aad bayonets. '.The (looil's Jeath-list, which was! Monday. Some cC the. canaionles p.arcd at .about ,ast night, had will be by far the largest ever polled in l.ethbrldge. Returning OfTicer Rob- not- been hy tho eaily mbra ing reports. More boats-arrived in' the botiorns today from the Gulf strcngthcQing (he Reel ol. has- tily-made frail cralt. The river tailing in iSQUlTH WAVES THE OLIVE BRANCH T.oridon, flee. a speech igbt Premier took ,in anceti step ia the- direction of Tactically agreetl lo Sir Edi to- Iho settlement rmibt >l be- hunilliating or degrading to '.let. lieatcncnt jnust it he different or exceptional from at meted out from the other parts the Kingdom. must rotnin lull pro- ciion of tho Imperial parliament, home-rule hill must I lie such ns to lead lo ultimate of Ireland from Great Etl- lo. th3 government extends to tho ol Ihe IJ'.stcr' covenant the vc branch. this section, giving promise that be- fore moist of the urgent rescue work would be completed as far soath as Xavasota. Udow there, however, is ihc crest- which exceeds all previous linuos rises Ly two or three- feet. It lias been imnossihlcHo get all tho negroes to heed warnings and many Of the while people refused to leave, their property. Thousands'of r.eid ot cbtlle have perished in the the greatest part of this loss falls on the farmer' with only small land holdings. Loss- es in glnned-coltai have been heavy. In lols of fi'ty to five hundred hales joints. Inson looks to ISOtl ballets [o count on .Monday night. This be an advance of C50 votes over the number polled last year. Counting will start abcut ten o'clock on Mon- day evening in the St. Augustin's hall and will be prosecuted until fin- ished.'. It will iikeiy De Tuesday mom Ing befoic the final results are known. TORONTO THE BAD Toronto, ing a young man. to Jail this morning, who had' pleadsd guilty to groti Indecency, Judge Morgan isld "that since he lat on the criminal bench he hid been amated at the ctly of To. ronlo, somewhat falsely character- ized 'the and at the am- ount of Indecency that de- veloped In It It was as bad as Canal Vork." to Vote on Monday "AA" North Of frlli Avenue South, at 901 9lh Avenue Xorth, Old ataRord Village council chamber, r-orth of Eth Aveniio N'orth, nnd south of 9th Avenue North, Bailor Street School, IStb. North, I "D" N'orElrof let Avenue N'orfh and south of Ctli Avenue North, a tho Westialnster Schcol, "C" floulh of C. P, It. railway, r.orlh of Cth Avenun Soulh, and west o lEth Slrecl South, ftt tlio tabor Teraiile, 402 7th Street BoiiLh. "D" toiiMi of Cth Avenue BouLh and west of 12th Street South, at Hi street railway car barna, Ctft Stroct South, east, .of Scu'h, nt 3257 Ctli AVr-nue die "of tho Acme pfumbiag Company. Tho will bo open from iiine in the morntng until efght In Ih ling.' Tho'ofilcers presiding In charge of Iho polls .tlic, Mrs co ballots ai-Ihe polls, after Which they will be hrcngM tv 5iio a tislln'o Hall whore tliy flnal x-eunl-will tv-Diario under tho direction of It Jr.fi Officer Itotlnson In "tlie.rroseiice of llio yuallded scrutlneorg FOR CHEAP MONEY Reglna, Dec, first pro- vine la E measure towards provid- ing cheap money for farmere was Introduced -in the legislature today aa 3 result of re- commendations made by tho com', mission which visited and other countries. It for" the formation of the Saskat-l chewan Farmers' ciztion, the other lacts in liic were tak- en as a conviction. Tho however, held that be- cause the bylaw satd tint tlieso plac- es could open, it did not say that beepers coufd violate the Act- other niiornialions are to be withdrawn, ar.rt the present case .cill be appealed Jiclore the suprcr.ie co-Jti- en bane. ulgotcd tnfnd Ihat I am a man o.E con- yiction and moral standing. BAD FIRE AT BRANTFOIID Brantfordj lisaslroua fire broke out at How 1'ark- oivneil by tfio Dominion Cun- nera of FlaniiHon, one of tha best known farms In Canada, (his morning. The loss, which (otaUed ?50fC-00, was occasioned by Hio burniug of the big Tho HoraM announced ils Christ- mag fund yesterday, and hnd the grat ification of receiving the first sub scriptfon by mail this morning. Mr. J. K. WoeJeil in enclosing a'subscrip- tion wrote: "Am to Sic you are starling a Christmas fund needy people. The three agencies mention- ed In'last doubllesg hnow wliat to do with the money, wtilcb should fbe subscribed In large a The lima Is let tbe responao bo prompt. AckBoirtedgmenla: v ijit W11IIIJ1WI Mr. and Mrs. Joftu E. Wodcll .t 10.00 MacUonald. The election takes place Francis A. 5.00 next' Saturday, IJcccnjbcr 13. Winnipeg, -Man., pctr- Alexander Mor r i son, rv ri t i ve, whose dec lion over Ii. Richardson, Independ- ent Liberal, was prolcMed and rtc- cl.ircd null void, and Dr. A. ff. of Trcncrr.c, Man-, was nominated this morning to con- test the Dominion constituency- of and prnfment buildings. Tho works and property committee us Instructed to provide worK for citizens wishing to pay their taxes br hauling t'ravel. Action will be taken, inincdiately and people will be giv- en work white, tho weather -ia fine anil the gravel Is iiof frozen. The School Board Meeting On Wednesday nigh t tho school board held their monthly meeting. brick burn, HOx.A and the burning !Rev- Toombs was present and pe- of thirty-three horses, half n. doren I litioned for the privilege or .giving re- H'BlO'JS instructions In the pubiio school as the law provides. At Ihe dis- cretion ot Hie. board the last half hour of each day may bo'devoted to.relig- ious instruction. Permission ivas glv- cattle, four thousand bushels of feed, peas, etc. C- FINAL RALt.Y TONIGHT One Hundred Killed in Train Collision -Bucharest, Deft Newi 'reached this city early today "that cut hundred ptrcons had been killed or Injured In a colHslon which occurred'late last nffiht twsen a passenger and a freight train near southwest of near the Danube. POPE GRIEVED BY CARDINAL'S DEATH Itom'o, Dec. Pope wag deep. grieved when loll this morning ihat Cardinal Juigl Dlsanto A shock when. Moiisfpnsur Giovanni RressairInformed him ns eauHonitsly AS posBlLle ot Iho occurrence- .The.Pouo had expressed great appreciation of-the energy with Kvery voler in .Iho city id urgetl to make a special effort vto attend rally for the Clilzcns' ticket In the K. of P. hall tonight; -Messrs. Harrtte, Grace and Reid Find several other prominent st.-oakerj will nrfrlrcrs (he meeting. .Mr. Reid Rlefano Aloys-is, dean of (he Sacred which Cardinal Oreglta conducted the passed Away lut affairs the Vatican during the in- Although the aged Cardinal's deaifi (terregnum between tho doat'n of I'ope eou expected, tho Pope sustained, j Kill, and his own election. HOW liRlTlSH WARSHIPS INCREASE THEIR RANGE OF ACTION BY1 OIL -'nil recently-launched Itrjllth.oil-burners will bo the fastest, motl jiowerful, and have a greater raogo ol action witliout refueling, than finy-lr. the him (o do as tlie Mormon hos done fcr some day each week pupils ivlio wish to stny are. In- structed in tho general principles of Father ItOiejith.il o.' Lcthlirldgo. has.asked for the same privilege and tho board proiiofes to give an efjnal lo all, [irorldlng it causes no dlpordc.'. will devote attention to sotne. Nllson nnd Alex. Kraspr also of his critics, and, of course, presenteii themselves'at the meeting tho .Mayor 'will defend hia ad- -'j land asked that means be provided to. ministration from recent at- their children to school. It was tacJis In his usual forcible -i'shonn lo them Ihat It was nulfe Im- style. Iltglnbatham pratlical to do so nnd that an effort Inke Iho chair' at 3 o'clock, -i 'shouiil bo made to keep tho children. Seals wili be reserved for the -J'nearer to the school house, tfwas ladles. decided to-hs unnecessary to.El'e i them a teaclrer for ftvo rnpils.- (Continued on back STREET RAILWAY EARNINGS EOR PAST_ELEVEN MONTHS of tlic street railway sjstorn up to Ibo end of N'crember of this .-ear were or nn averago of month. For N'ovembe? lie n-cre the number of pnasongora carried belag Tlio followine schedule of earnings fortho different lines daring ihe eleven montiis nre Thty show Dial Norih Lclhbrlilgc has con- irlbuted ever cent, of the earnings .for the year, and also that the Ohio line Is stcr.dltr increasing an a paying lino. In January tlio blue lino earned while in .November.the Amount had locreasctl to fl.BIC, sn increase t-.t 30 per cent. Red Illue" VVIilto OrangS Special S71.71 1.937.70 f 1.119.83 49.90 750.54 423.iC 4.1.S5 'NT.33' -'1.181.97 40.17 36.10 '2.351.70 1.023.53 .Month January February March April May July August September October S1I.7S3.S3 2.30T.15 2.2S5.SP, 2.371.02 Z.ISi.'il J.OoS.71 3M.67 115.4't EJG.7S 34S.S2 302.77 S0.2ii 2.SO 3.U 93.7; S.20. 6.00 10 !M ;