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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. TWELVE I.KTIWKIUGE, ALBEUTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1913 CENTS NUMBER 1. I SLEEP" S1IE Adds That to Her "No Eat or Dx'mk be Released SMASHED HELMET Woman Arrested on Suffragettes Held Respon- I sible for Bio Fires i London, lice. 15. Miss Syivia Kinkhursl, the militant sunrayetti since her arrest Ilcccm jtr 10, lias adopted the more-drastii iictliod. ol adding ;i "no sleep strike' :o lier "hmijcr. anil thirst strike." ii :rJer .to force the prison authurilie j> release her. She acconiplisncd tlii: jy condilioi already, serious and ex iect'her release shortly. The police, however, plan to keel loth Miss 1'ankhiirst ar.d her mothe 3 jail until after today's luecliu lie Women'K Swial and Political ABOLISH THE BAR IN SASK. FIFTY-THOUSAND MUST VOTE BARE MAJORITY WILL CARRY Reginj, Sask., hat no fewer tKan of par- inmcntiry electors ot ast their ballots at the plebiscite to taken on the second Monday In December, 1314, on the bill for-the ibolitlon of the barroom to be intro- will be carried on by the wholesale dealers alone. Under the existing law the number of wholesale concerns is limited, and no provision for increase, ether than such ?s are provided today upon a basis of copulation will be made. Such are the provisions of the measure as outlined in conversation disced Into the legislature- today, a number of voles will tnsure the enactment of the measure. Its pas- sage will mean that every barroom In [censed victuallers and the temper- he province must be closed; that, for r ar.ce and moral reform association of- -he future, the-retail liquor business ficers by the government. with P. M, Anderson, solicitor of ins Licensed Victuallers' astocialion. The terms were disclosed to the li- j HAWKES IOSI DEPOSIT Racn -Was Between the Two Conservatives and Hauna Won COLLAPSE OF MOUNTAIN TUNNEL BURIED AN ENGINE AND SIX CARS FOUR PERSONS WERE KILLED! Chemnitz, Germany, J A locomotive ard -six ears were persons were kiiJed ard thirty.four beneath hugs seriously injured earjy today by the A relief gang -.vHh doctors and am- crushjng cf 3 paseer.qer train in a J balances from Chemnitz was brought tunnel which collapsed during a slight .quickly to the wreck by the signal earthquake. ct the mo'jth of the tunnel, who Tlie train was bstmd from Rcss- i welri lo Chemnitz. The tunnel which colfspsfrf pierces the Harras eight niles from here. tiie collate and telegraphed at jnce to headquarters. A hurricane, accpmcanied by hindered the cf the rescuers. The earthquake shock was plainly fett here. Fatal Accident in Mines .at Coal Crcek-Anollier Miner Injured Kcniie. H. U., DM. rersfonal campaign altrauted attcn- tJon alt oi't-r the Ooiuinicji, made a t SLaptisiiigly trivial shmvini; al the {prills, at some receiving not .1 vo'e To Succeed James Pliny Whit- others two or i IOSES Ins deposit. final figures give tS Ma-wies frj. ney as ihe Premier of Ontario Perth........ Falls jilaberley........ Bathurst....... Burgees'... Toronto. Dec. The Conscrva- n 15 fas scriouslj- injured live party in Onl.irio may lie said is ONE OF THE Returned by an Increased Ma- Not as Large as a "Year In'the meantime, the militants line their, violent tactics. 'The'arson squad last night hurne pwn 311 empty mansion ntar lirislo ,npther party .broke every. jj the Hiclunond .jiolice station. J" SMASH A 11KLMKT 1 London, Xelic Km- erson, tlic sulTratjeUe, i mers, a miner, by a runaway car mines .on tin; 12iii. fhos. MazUcs was instantly killed on the nighl ot the 12th by the break- ing of a used hr hauling" idle on Saturday as a.rvsuU this accident.. The addition js rapid- ily approaching completion, the car-! at Coal Creek he dung lo'lay unofficial considera- j tioif as to nlw will lc tne r.cxl 1 Sir James health lia; Drunnuond...... 2 poll missing." polls missing- At the ures been the cause ol spine concern to his loyal supporters, and while they iir.c him continuc'in.his ifaggurt (Coil.) high office for ever, thvy renl- "cKinncn 1007 ,t tmie -nay not he so far-- when ihe question of a sue- There were over Iwo hundred more .cotes volJed la: Saturday's Ityp-tlec- !ie scutllc thc.po.licc. t jTHV'pulffO "Miss ,ETSon liad-sroaslicd1 a policeman's flinct witlrtbc a banner slic" as carrying. The tnagislrato rc- andcd licr ior a on hail-after 'e bad promised to keep the peace iitil...-lie conclusion of Uie case. 'SUFFS BLAMED court last week. A toboggan slide lias been erected on the grounds of the public school, also hockey rmks -have been made for Bristol, Dec. the older pupils.'.Jt-- is ncetUcss to blamed the police today _fun the cliil- dren enjoy themselves to their hearts' content during the recess half lionr.. fire thai destroyed unoccupied .country .lirjuse. Suffra- ge" IKrrature was scattered about c premises. Dec. suffragettes' ioti snuad today. set toaluin- c yard at Devonpoct and destroyed opcrty over, lie lunilcr ami con side rrihtc- jpining property: were fire swept fore Ihe blaze, was wider control. Quantities of suffragette literature ;l placards bearing the words "Kc- ngc for the arrest ol Mrs. Pank- rsl" were found 'scattered about. c scene ot the fire is -the spot ere "General11 Mr.s. Flora Drum- leader was arrestctt. "Sylvia Tankliurst will be bed.from HoltoKay jail this ev HUDSON'S .BAY, CO.'WILL GIVE FIVE. PER CENT. OF SAT-. URDAY'S CASH' SALE Christinas'Innil is gtowinjbul Kdmonlon. DPC. ri'.frifJ Gariepy, the uov.- min- p was el- in Hcav- er niver toJay. REPORTED THAT ITS HENS ARE BUSY LAYING NO DEMAND FOR STORAGE EGGS. Jifjt nt the present momftnt the business has (he Southern who Icsalcrs The woatiier man is responsible. Over Muclecd "way, il stated. H is almost inipoEsibie to sell storage eggs nt The line weather which has' prevailed all fall hr.s convincerl the industrious ben that she oucht to ho np and doing. She 4ns tak6n. the hint, kvJ right now Maclcod rcorlc 1 arc rcveJIlrig in that Tlcce-niticr luxury I Iha fresh egg. More fresh arc I ASKS TO BE RE-APPOINTED CITY ENGINEER LAST MEET- ING OF COUNCIL Winnipeg, Dec. lorrisou, Conserv.itire, was elected the Macdonald constituency of the 'edernl parliament yesterday willi uajority or 911, with one imll to come. t heavier voto was polled nt the j ious election, when Morrison was letted, and later rinseated on pell iou, Ihc majority .ivas rom 74S.; Six iiotls in the urLs ran increased major ty, showing an advance of 18LI over ho former, majority they gave the Conservative candidate. Mr. Morri on's in Ihe secoiul declio: vas Lllieral. >vaa arrcsUtf in St, John's; charged with, perjury.--- Ue- incident. Uic elettiosi was II OFF THE Bin 11- Action of (he. Constitutionalists at U. S. Ad- miral's Despatch REBELS FAILED [in Attempt to Capture Tam- Are Report- ed Heavy iram Growers Deputation at Ot- tawa to Interview the Premier -What They Will Ask for Ottawa, Out.. Dec. The depu- tation- of grain growers icviwenting the Doniiniou Couttcil o'. agriculture uhkh will interview 1'rensier Hordeu ,ad his coUeagues .tofriorron', has arrived ic> the city. The deputation number: tueivc represcnls three prairie provinces anil Ontario. They will pre- sent a memorial setting forlli a num- ber of demands including the .1r. Holt's- case, and MB conrfl- is reported as being very fav- able today. f JURDETT MAN GBTS TWO MONTHS should not be ont1; .in l.eth- without 'Sr.nfa Claus.' A liern left anil the dam- 350 atnounls Iu ______ f on tiic building ami stock [for SSO.ODO. Mayor Ifarilir, Aid. j -Apart from tiifir-uiacljijiCTy Tour- Aird, Louring and Hamilton hold jgnj and Marois lusl J-JO.OOM pairs of hrmifht inlo Maolcnil bj-.. tbc the livnoi oi atlfr.ilins tiir last icgu- fnrnicrs of that district tli'an uvcf lie- lar nurting of Itic last aUcrrnanic' fore in (uis titontli.ol tha year. .Thay cotiBCil'iJ the cilv (ii Alii. arc going to Iiavc a frcsii'cgg ClirUt: j and McNabl; v.-cro miabic to inns over that nay. v" In Lcthliridge tlie-storagc stUl rh v. ere to he shipped in the coming work. 'Al'uut 250 employ- ees flic IcEl. whhoiil uorii. The fire was called by. a short'circuit in tl.c macliice A Otncr Oalt Hospital Hoard hoards, but arc.soino frrsh eggs liolng broijght In. The frietid lias appearcd'in (he form of'liic} farmers who cnn boast hens that lay Hmlson.'s Jlaj- comtiari'y. Manager'. in December are tafclng full advantage Dortnwn hits' wneronsly consenlCfl fo'of tlic fact, nnd are tticlrfeggs jsUlmg that for Ihe fire per' cent, of next Hatur- direct lo city customers. On Saint- i .entlouniejjl ol the inslitu- day's caslj sales to the fund. This day CS cciiU n do7cn was.uaJd .nail been jn trust with will undoubtctliv give Ihe a Rcn-' Tlilfi Is up .nroand Royal Trust Co., wliicb.i-nr.ipany croiis lift and ;llic is en-Mho high nr'aior mark. the i.n crest fo tiic titled lei a of This nrlion was Tliiilcrald does not think tins shouliimrrn HMI U THF! r? private hcncfaclions. .Tl.rre is Mr Vl I M H ttrotc nccd for every possihlc-dollar and Iho IULLU UnLI" I UK jpjylng [or tLo_ pnsit-on of serretury Uprald gives its guarantee that cv- fry cent will be" spent in helping those who arc needy. The Herald docs not spet.d the .money. When be "prcstnl for the historic occasion. It wasiTl a rnrlicnbily Ijiisy part in! ty sufiocatcrl am siim, the biraiRCis for tlic >car ntiv.- at Hotel. fMeii in a seri- foirly ucll in Kcrcral rou-jous condiliuii: tinc'rnalters v.cie dealt with. preference and tlie." abolituin of dutif on wheat anrf flour ih.'prile: advantage ot the United- Stales The deputation will tin itiag of Thi iour for the hearing of ilip-'riepnia ion has not Lcen ii irobably he at noon. lore" here include .MacKcn- F. >V. ORCII, and J.'A. Mahaig, Jaw; Kdnion- on: B. Kcd! DserT Alia'- C.. R. riett, Tanlallpn, Sast.; P. C! lirlson, representing he west, atirl .lose Uray- on, OnL, nnri S. (iood, Uranl- bnf, Ont., the Ontario WashJDgfon, II. C., Dec. Tfcfc alcst messages froiiu. KlslcU-p r were in the following tateinent made public by. tbo navj; ilcpailineiit "A desjialrii frorj Admiral Klctch- T oil board the Taconia, dated 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, afivtFfS'thftt the :onstituiionalists have shut oH tha water supply of the cilv ol Tampico. -'At 10 p.m. he "advises thAt H.M, Herniione .-was in. the river carry- ig the Rag or Rear Admiral Crad- oct: at noon un "Sunday, cctnber 14, Admiral Fletcher advises ihat conditions have not changed and thai the ward linec'Moro Castle has" jrrived. There is a north wind h'lowr ing 'and until the weather moderates, il uill. not be possible to "transfer' refugees "to" tlie steamer, lie advises that the wmstilutionaHsU have with- drawn from the immediate viciniiy-ol Tauipico. At ra.m. DeccrjiLer 'Admiral' Fletcher' advises thai tondi lions have not eliangcd since lie sent .his; -last dispatdi." Only! Ani-' ericans special' passes mitied ti> cross -in to 'Mexico today he- cause of UIE closing in of the "rebel forces nnd the prospect o! on Mercado's federal troops garciEoucil here. tlie. 'advaiicc of result in ;an imnicUiatc-batctc-or-n prolonged siege is iiiiposAible to IclK" V ESTIMABLE LADY, WIFE OF WELL KNOWN CITIZEN PASSED AWAY ON SUNDAY THE HAZLEMERE AND MACLEOD DISTRICTS subscription is received-iV.c money is "placed in tho ami ulirn NOT FOR ALL THE FAMERS tN tiic fund is closed it will be.check-' l ed cut otic-UriM (o the Xursing Mis- sion, onr-tTiIrd-. [ii tlic .Salvation Army jujor ohc-thinl to the liomefor dcliniiucnt children. 'The -u tliat' Ihcrc has-been HeraM is merely a convenient rc-ardinc the an: Reiving ami 'f mjc aRO I f !IC fecnd fhc Knvcrr.menf woiJltl fur- months "al-I-acfl labor, once so tlial the. three aRCJi-; njth srt.4l farmcw' in the '.encc imposed on C. C. concerned Can plan acconlir-K lo ]tiUcTimc Maclcod districts who at. Hit distrint court 011 j I'avc to spend. Tlisy suficrci) ,osiM inlay hy flis Honor Judge llfft IJ.luCl1- l'an teaVjii jiibl Fussed thtougli destruc- fcr tlm Ihclt of wrlain money !jaJ lmtllt live hull storms. A. K. Humphries. Kidding hern iwidcr :tfon as retainer's fees. Fielding tricrl I'revipusly atknowlcdged A rricnd 512.00 hcw aV cslaft was n notary .UirIKci vciopmif; an output of n. 1.1 rj as a n'tlaiy." bis com- jndtHHcn to tiic rctny other [iruJucla' I At i'fcscrit nmnufi'.ctured. prc-pnipliwis. Tlifi el- in -i >vis I fuMher ;n (omnilssic-ncr dc- woiiM Ic of i IIP fco.iicrl for tlic year. It nr.nrrstood II. TiiAD. who Isas lielil posiiic-n for inany jearx. is at the. end ol.Hic Orin'dlcy for five KKTelary of tfip Oravcn- hurst SaniUriiim. This nppofritmcnt is made hy ihe' Hospital Hoard, not hy tfre city council. S. llnrvey. fornicr city fiigi- r.pcr, who resigned lo- ttcconip ditlatc fotj the coiiiinisoiuncrsliij) of puhlic wrote applyint; for HUERTA'S BOAST _ Mexico City, 4- Koplylng Ictttr ?cut lo. him hy. corrofpoTtdcnt of f'faijhfu.'LGr SCcitoag, I'rc- sldent liijcrfa. aalrl I'nat If it Bhoulfl hccoinc necessary lie put into service -imtnc- dffttely, more- than one million MEETING OF -THE DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY fS BE- ING HELD IN CAL- GARY. (Spcti-il to The Herald) Calgary, Dec. 1U.--A metting of (ha directors' of. (lie Dlatmmd CHy Coal Co. is hchg.'krld ii! this f'ily today, l L-nderftooJ and Ills spent ii ciaU-a arc of once more up company's Liino nt Jiatnotid City, arid'recent ritrnora nrc to ttm effect thRt thej- v-'ill succeed In iking the iring int; paM wrtk men have bctn busy clen-lng up around the mine, as if iircrarAtory; to .lifting .toil GJICC more, nnd ll'is understood eorr.ri new officials liuvc Lern apnointcd to lake charge. The heavy deniand lor t oiil Fred Itoiiins dicil In-Hie Gait lloapitnl on Snndaj-, afttr a very brief and most Iraaic IllncEii. -Mrs. Kobiiis was uptown on Saturday niglit, nnd whiltj her way I.pinc.coilclpEcd on. the strot-t. near Hio'-corncr of avenue and Fifth street. She lost con- and ivaa to her home ivightli street as hurriedly aa-pos- plblc nnd a dortor railed., r.ho hail her remove J to hospital. Mrs. Itching jiasFed away on Stinday morn. fng, never linving regained conscious- Whifc .somewliaL frail for 'months ist, Mrj, was rrol un and her sudden calljiiR carne as a lieartltroaMtitf plibcrk to tho family fneiids. Sim a sufferer to ionic was ahvnyg a'jle lo do household duties.and very scl- ilom coriiplalncrj. Mrs. IJoljins unlive .of f.'rav- Kyaox, KnglDnd, and v.ns Ihirty- two years of age. Her niniilen tiiunc j ivjjg Xellie Cfiircr, anrt moj'- lied fo T, nt Soiitli sash.' She a of Caiiiila for" tc-ii nil n hfi'T. of which ,'Acre Sim was a cliar- ler inciiibTr oC Hie' Oasis liters find Maids of P.nrJaiid, aid.tcoV a and active part in Us affairs..- In ifHion she .u-a? an .Anglican; ajld. at- tended St. Cvjf.-iju'd Chtivch., ,1-ori, VrcOdlpj ngcd nine je.irs. V fujtcrtit will take place..on Tues- clay attcrnuoii at i.30 o'clock fror.i the Eight Hundred Dead Mexico City, .MoxJDuc. re) bels have failed in tb.air -attack Tampicp, have vlih drawn-.some.- distance" from the city. Unofficial. messages reaching here today., fully coirouorate tlie war office report, oil the rebel defeat sult of a hravy bombardment by two. Wcral yunhoats and federal fleki'-ar-1 (illory. They do not, bear out the idea of a rout. In of the railroaj yards: through out .the battle, the- wlien they'wcre' drlveu. sufficiently 'cbol iu the" face ot'Hnc furious fire to, lake away, .irlth'-.thcm every locomotive and inost of tfce roll. intj stocli. That the rciiel.IpES was also very, Is ylso emphasized .In these advices, which all that the buzzards inhabltjtip tiie -Mexican coast and.which'for gen- erations have heen protected' by law, noalcil today over the balHefieids in numuers so preat appearance of low-lying black cloiida. According to ine federal report SC-0 rebels were killed Is fore thy pol put of raage, nnd other hundreds wounded; and probably left behind, WHOLESALE LOOTING BY .REBEL ARMY El Paso, Tex., Dec, of whoJcsale looting hy General Francisco VIIFa's rebel its entrance into Chihuanuat of tht despoilfng of church treasures, of the robbery of Spanish arirf nuns, of the confiscation of. prcpsrty, "and demands birant surr.e of brought here today with rival of .473 citizens of Spain, who had banished from Mexico 6y the rebels." GHURCHILL TO QUIT THE LIBERALS Ihls winter makes the re-Ojicnins of tlic mine look very feasible lo tlic nt- LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER DEAD Porl Arthur. "Ont., fJee. (flin Cvaig, 20 years itecr-er 'Of ths Thiinaer llay Tainily Til flrcel lo si. Cyprian's Cliurcli, Ilicuce lo the utibllV. .Tho Cnuclilcrs ami Mnltla of Ensian'l ore rotiucsttd" to nicct Bishlh street, at two o'clock (lisr'p, fo.r'lhn pnn'oac of 'iitlrndtns .the fiinpri'i In ;i body. ._ f All members of.tli'u Sons'of Kiigiiiml it-iiciely arc 'to 'attond nt (he IS. O. K. Unll rvt Iwo o'clock. London, Dec. Liverpool Courier, Unionist, '.vhkh U often well Informed on. inner political move-' gives prominence today intrljus against Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill, which is alleged id be proceeding amongst the. Lfberat parly. The Courier points out.'bavV, several of the. most iorial papers'have, recently towards Mr, Chu'rcji-; ill, and prdphtEle'd that he leave the minlciry'snd ttim Iniepentltnt party. ;