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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. SIXTEEN 1'AGES LETHBIHIIUE, ALBEHTA, FHIDAY, DECBMHEK 19, 1913 CENTS MJ.MHEJt 8 Business Conditions in ihe Spring, Says Home Payne ALL WELL IN 1915 That II Will Treat Railway Company Fairly Homestead Scene of a Tragedy; Widow Killed by Paramour; Shot Himself Motitf Jtiiv, Hasli., Dee. 19. A i shot nuuiid ici Ilia stomach. little MII out oJ a houw miles J .Mcanwlriie, doctors have irrocw southeast of Morse morn- the, bat accord- ing and told Gibbuus, wlo ing lo Gibtur.s, it i'.ocs nut stem arrivcd ufier a, .Hal liec moth- ly thai tiiher d the oimOrd will cr was lying on the floor. Uib- recover. It would sceiu Ilia I the buns entered and found -Mrs. Serah parties had a They uere to Mantz, aged -10, a lying UD- have ber-n married, and lurks t-onsclous iii the uio- a tragedy within this flp.e, (or Mrs. tuscly Irom ;i gunshot Mn'jtz was widowed only last burins is hen's egg, between the sUouidi-r v.'Lrn Albert 51antr was killed in a Hades. bar-room bnvwl in Tv.o weeks Prpsputly the woman came and lelurc thai eveijt. Mantz had sworn sjicl that Kwarthoul. a r.nn revenue on S'.vaTihoul lor at- of years of ami who lived tenUtm to his -.vile- Swart bout has a I with her, JiaJ billed her. Gibbons SOD of about yours oi a.i-e, ;m1 H weiil upstairs and found he who went for the doctor. a lmible gun. Mrs Maut7> hils faul. ,OU1IS dliMcci! NO mm Dec. view, of the criticism oi Canadian finance' express- ed four juoulhs ago by Home I'aytic, ilurcctor ot tl.t Canadian Northern luiUvay, his remarks lo -tic share- holders oi the IJritish ColumMa Kku- Xric railway today will te followed inlrrcsl. Home Payne, owing to illness, dirt not ntteuil persona! his speech lioing read lor him. KegreLfwg Dial tlis report- nut inore satisfactory, lie" proceeded .is I cattuol tell you thai U.e period oi hutd times is over f.ntl I do not expect lo see any im- provement until tlit mil ol thc Can- Former Order of ihe Attorney General's Department Has Bc2n Changed TOMRIDGE IE DESERTER Local High School Debaters Won in ContesnVilh Meek icine Hal The lloyi oftcial cr LOCAL OPINIONS Cfubs Can Dispose of Refresh- .merits.Until Midnight Every Night Magistrate in Northern Alberla Uses New Amendment (o the Criminal Code Toronto. aaaiutt C'.G law (or us to sol! out to r.i'.JL." b-ir DoJiaM JlttiJd. of the Noiiiu-iu v.U.-n ;iskttl akwt the ifri-crt ttiui th-r-- a SJLOVG on Coot -A i: err-by iho I'aclfu id'.-t- tin: C-iuadiau ilcir. "li Is iiiHttionod fifty in our cliaiter inu-.t in u way I.QO] with PLLC- itic Hallway." "Dees LI Unit' the C.I'.H. Str UunaM was asked. "Ves; because ihe ivaritcil that road if possible (o have In Ihe west, lliif H.-ad, he iiuthii.ji uf U. Tbr- 1.- tin.- effect IbaL diVt'loii ijiottti- we 10 by {jarliii- l ihf-rt- ;.s to if-.t of. i'auadian in regard lo the "segrrgatitu of rMrarteo'is fur the o' a tuo rjilllon jniEt funil from ;t on Tho runujf ciirrtnc. ibeiii is ihat ('21 udian Pacific Is accuifjEilatiug Us ISITKC casb rc- fund vvhh :i vltw to srihly Ljyhig out C.N.It. Must Collect Money in Order lo Meet School Ob- ligations HEALTH OFFICER !Dr. Beeman is Appointed New Member of the Board of Health Tin1 departmeut rectutly seal 'out iasiruvtions regulation of clubs v.IiKh forbade the j of roultsile v, Keels 01 uthcr >ue- iJcal for taiablmi; and in rrgard no same be played for a.Ufghcr iiutc than 50 rents. "'A few days later tliis order was btiFcrccdctl by uiiothct, urhirii lorbade' gambling" aUogether. 'lliose who are cotmecUil tosia' fide hs think the nriicrs aitced at Mandate Says it Never Rendered gambling joints J a club "license. A raid the 'order, in atd three dub I Magistrate "proprfrfors" 'were arraigned aadI magistrate Massic dismisseil the cas- es. The police are appealing and it fell that the-courts'will have to "f ita, a rf, ..f bl. wire and cMldren.. In li K> shoot game to. f l.erself ami I of then see a gradual general improve- ment in. coalitions with a in 1'J.liti I hclievc this lialt r. oi. t i iu HH L.uut uu ui ir, thc end, prove good for tlie day Thc were. her cWldren. She made clothes .for Uttorncv-gen'eral could affect the crim- couh'lrv and'the company as it .will' over from fe out four sacks, result.'ir, clicapcrcondiltnns 61 University of Alber-i came to the family s niii'a very sound, economic position la.'-The wire was recant lat: last in' llriiiEh-Columbia. night, by 1'rincipbl ;J. E. "We lia'iie'perhaps, n .little .the local Illgli school, wbo.vras un- ereal trouble in camb- i they located Jerome, hut wife .with more cartridges for Any Service to the Country -.-Administrative cil is the Pefcin, Dee: I'J.-r-A nianilate Issued by "President Yuan- Sli! today ux- full approval of a petition fuggrelhig Hie definite terming lion of the Chinese The peti- iual codr." Till liug t" prove ihe ex- istence-of As to tion purport s'To'cpir.e'.from General Li tlle wh'iclr -Vtitly ig.lM JmVbcr'n. aroused by 'fall isl staff .were members of Hie. debal- in the Canadian and all other sccu'r- teams which outpointed the ilics by a decrease in lly persuasion three, 11 preially ihe. newspaper reports of an I'rincipal Hodgson gave'Ihc first word agitation in HriliJh (Jolumdia to in- to our thej (luce parliament to enact- certain mea- help oE the Herald Job. Department i btircs restricting our rights to fix sprung this scoop on our .staff. i fares and I .believe, I- can The- wire .which .received, rMd (.afely say trial these fears are need- as follows: ''Lethbridge wins' lie- ,-lcss. We rest confident m the rcapon- bale by.large margin.; Coagrahila- kiblc llritisli Columbia 'government tions. Signed; A. B. Otiewell, from Xvho' arc'r.of. in the least likely .to Ueparliiient of lixtcc.sipn, Ijnivcr- Icittl themselves to such a proceetl- -sily of Edmonton. The subject of the iiii; wliich would destroy the goon debate was, "Resolved thai the Oii- tMine of the province-llitoughout the enta! Immigration should he abolisli- .financial'worlll, and thc raising-cd in Oanarla." ij of capital for any purpose in Ilritish negative learn, Clarence 5 Columbia'for years to conic. Thfre jock and Xclson 1 :io lioify ftf responsible pnulic opin- Lelijhridge, ainl KotnoT Dec. terUcO' ivaa held today for-.Lhe.late Cardlrini. Mariano IlamiJQi'a, wbo died suddfialj' oa December AC. The coffin was car- ried from the little palace where the prelate died, to St, Peter's, n'hcia were gathered the inemb'e-3 the Yuen Ileng, .vice-presiijent of the He- and is signed .Ijy Uie military ___ .ivil. fiovernors of the pror- .1. Tho Chinese parliairicul met iii clubs lime'on. S: ihis v but atterwaKls ahle ofils Im ik-lhe law. awH'i he learned oE'' mcri cA'rnbliag _ wiilj synie. "Iiousc" or indiviiluai matins n profit UhVreby, he couW raid-1'" Ilial place whether it was a 'ciii) nr not. oE the license bronch of" department coulil possibly supcrcede ihe statutes of Canaila. Mr. O. of. the Jhino'A clnli.- said that he had-- re-, cjivcd the oiders referred first fixing 5fi cents as. (he ante lor card games anil the iatter.-nrripr rescin.ling the1.first. lie interpreted the. latter .order as placing tlie issue in status quo. Mr. Tiiiiiini; leaned to' the opin- ion that internal control of was a'matter for the altorncy-Feneral's SAY KARLUK IS LOST Dcu- alterubon (he town council held, its regular scini-itionthly meeting in the- t-nWii iliamhcrs with Mayor Ririe and Councillors Ilo.ithershinsr, Mat--- and Harder present. The' school. board met with the" council, and chairman Joseph A.'llarker andSec-- rctary I. Fletcher spoke at- some Icngtli on ihe truancy probltm which is now toinuia-uiiiag the attention of, the hoard.-They risked lor co opera-. lion In slumping -out-- the evil, urging appointment oi Marshall Crooks- ion as tiie official truancy officer with full power to enforce the the council Mas, a united uctiou, they dio not posed to defiuitely settle, the matler; al the present meeting', and the.subr jecl was refcrreJ to ihe License -and__. J'olice comnjitteri for their Seaule, Wash., Dec. cent arrivals here from tin- -shorc-s or the Arctic express the 'Opinion that Stefa'tisson's Khii> the has been lost, as they do not believe the ves- sel can Eutvivc .Isi the- fte fields. Capt. Rarilett. irho I'lalioa. U is very probable, however, was with J'earv warshall will be appointed, covered the j 'Councillor Heathfrslmr. chairman cljfirye of the vessel; -i-lor tlie Health and Uelief committee, j brought in a report in regard An Ocean Rat'e niemliers. robin advisin-0 rhe prcsitlent to dissolve it uerruaii1 ently pays, in part: "The Chinese ]mriiampnt r.o important law iii-fhe seven riipiUis of its ami wftl uotiilo 'so, ir'rjerinittcd to continue for a hundred ".yice-Presi'ilent l.i Yucu Hcng and otiier prominent citizens of Hie reyjb- lic cannot continue to remain siient while tlie euimtry ECG6 Eo (lestmction. "Tlie administrative eouccit now convened in PeVin is a more useful hoily.than the old parliament. The Xuw( York, Ut'i.-, finm London that a severe Atlantic rate1 imminent, was read with In- terest by. tneu to day; While rercni ndvices have failed carry any iRtlmation as to ihe firess of riesotlalions to bring, about a renewal of the' Atlantic- sliippln? it hoiied here that tlie pre- sent ngrccinent, wjiich expired on-Ue-' winter would Ijc extended for ail- of health, lie recbnuncntled' the. employment of Dr. Beemali. foK another year at a .salary o! fl.'O a'nd advised the seturins- ui. a house hospital purposes as-lUfc-.Cardston council of.tjj'c doctblTs ilutirs" as ciric health 'olficer-.'- he statcrl-lhat'- aiiy-eilizcn" had--. V or'of 1 ten, if lie was. undetermined 'ns .-in'-; ____... similar, to the coaveiulon ;'ml lna' worK formed bv tlie Ihirleen states which i constructing the pool ro.nlil tie asaistcil Heorxe Washington in ioe .the Knifls of Malta, ami a ton behind which H team, Hobcrt .Kang anrl Arlhur largo body of clergy ami bymcn of all Spector or SOKC one the work of certain noisy, ill-inform- to the Mat.. The" ii-port's were sent in'by (tie ''NVe, and the whole uf the Chinese nl have received letters irom share- judges fo their Jcci- holders urging that we should not in- Kioa was anxiously awaited, as. the vest' any further money at all in teams were not "sure of al- llrilish Columbia. This, ,oi course, is though tiic'y'knew they had p'at up neither ilesirabEc in the interests oE a goort fight. Tlie team "from Mcdi- Ihe company nor possible. I loot to rinc Hat was an excellent one and the future of this company withcon- fideiicc and would urge yo'jr own Interests not to allow your con- fidence in the future of Hlitish Col- umbia, or Canada vestments to he. in the least ilcg: iliakcn liy tlie present discouraging j circumstances which.are almost 'ciutively due lo disturbed finaneial conditions. Canada has tliis year again amply justified p.very claim I made for her. Toronto, Ont., ly x'.Tlic of wealth .from ot the lalo John James field crops, farin produce, m nerals, Winnipeg, wl.o was drowned in the Titanic, disaster'on April IS, was nationalities. ifv Mr Tinning saw'tiut' ci8'icrs ''ikewisp, disapprove of it. A requiem mass was celebrated by. fh'c a, issM Therefore, the president of the Re- Mgr. Pietro Joiro, vicar ot St. Peter's, 1 Cljrioot club anJ the orders ivoro need not liesilate." then Cardinal Vincent Vaii'iHitcllI [merely filcu as a matter of course. I ''resident Yuan Shi Kai has submit- i m parted aosolut ion. H is understood tint another uider ted.lbe tiueslion (o the ailministrative The body w3s afterft'STd to -regulHting clubs has liwn'altered ai.d couiicil, v-as on Xovem- tbo uometerr in the chapel of the Vnt- (n'at tlie dispensir.g of u ''S'-Uia !t. has 71 ican cbapter, and later buried in the js no..v petmilted until Including cabinet officers iture ol Ikitish Col- I nr i IJttl a, or in Cannilian in- Wjl I A AN in the least degree (IULL UI n lllnll WON I1C in rid olhtr 'natural resources lias been 'greater tlian cicr before. The only ,i (rouble lias been of a monetary Surrogate court'here lo- of the. conduct of of parliament. For- Thc beginriicg of the present state of unrest in the shipping poo! extends back to October 1, ivbon" the Ham- burs-American line denounced the nyrecrient as being partial to the North German Lloyd. A rate war would involve all tho Hrilish and continental lilies. CAT JN ONTARIO sljth, Ont., Uef'. A large ou Mr. _ froni ._t'awn: Hillicr, aidermatt-elcc.t, was church" of St. Cocelia, of which Car- dlnal .Ranirolla wns prvclor.. _and' termin Uk Uyliic Thoiniiaoa's faiin.on th.c alx- -whlch ho had caused to lo magnlfi- ly. The new rule row reads that all [holds ccnlly restored. Sunday instead of. the privilege land others appointed ly the president, laiin.on .inc. latintr at S o'clock as previdPf-inml thc provincial Bovcrr.ors. It concojslon of Jlaryboro town- ic new rule, now reads that all Isolds Its mec-ting -within tiio" palace Jolm The cat meas- FARMER GETTING HIS DUE club bnrs must he closed from 12 where" Vice-President M Yuen m to'8 a.m. for seven days of I'resident Yuan ShL wjeek. I Kai. 49 inches fromtiit to [In. he cliarac.lrr-'cf any disease nluch' feared .contagious.; Councillor lUW- v' gave notice that next inee'tirig Ihe health atid c. rclicEL. hrins in a Dr. X. T. leer. The term 'of .Tohn "of.- the lealih hoard having expired, _atLd he iieing tleury appointed lo the llirec-ycirV term.1 urgent need oi the school board for funds caused the. council lake ilraKlic action at the -mecljng yesterday, and a motion was instructing the mayor and secretary. to proceed to collect th'e by I aw" with-' out further delay- Thc school board must have money, ami thc council are bound to supply sufficient furiifs lo maintain the school even though it necessitates wholesale prosecution.; Thc grant to the agricultural soci- cty, vhiOh is novv past ordered paid with as nmch as possible. Mayor lliric stated that he had been in formed -that Ihe; hank. coulrt demand. payment by the first ot1 thc year. J, on page rrcurrtTLCD of which it will he prevented in futiirc.' New Currency I Bill Will Go Through Kartington. D.C.. Dec. Unless _nnforegcon obstacles ,nrc lio new currency bill will pass tho jjtnstc Iwforc H.adjourna tonlelit. DC- Snocrailc leaders hail bill In such i position at trio closing moments of asl nlglit'B SMsfon' that they might o passed It with an hour or two of deuate. They wero confl- lent ot guiding Iho