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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. TWELVE I'ACES LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1913 CENTS MJ.MUKR 14 Following the Break in tlie In- take Pipe of tlie City's Water Supply OFFICIALS KNEW Alleged That They Were Aware of the Condition of the! ipe Montreal, QUC., Da-. inj c! Ik- intake piiw u! (lie city's water un TlHiritay, Mcmuc.il. luav a civic sc.-.uilal im- inejise proportions. U is stated that the uicinbcis of lljc huaul ot control me alrc.iilv iii possession oi fads re- j Sworn in as First Commissioner by Police Magistrate Elton Entertained .Their Friends at 'London Financial Circles Highly Charles Moyer Beaten by on Traiii-ancl Rushed i G'it of the Strike Families Bereaved by Christmas Eve Disaster Will Not Accept Aid 'From Citizens an Enjoyible Christmas Time Affair Pieased With Payment of 1 reaiuty Bil s JAMES HcEWING. lormer I'resl- dent of Ilic Utmlluloii Granso.- who! City IVjkr Magistrate hai the dlslin. 'Jiis morning of dv.-ear- Inj; In UIQ flihl cornmissioutt-, Jn Ui'i first Eorr.i- of fj.overmHejil in Cuuaiia', ivlitn Su presence ui only one witness, tfio Herald reporter, he pOministc.rcd oatil of office to his NVorshin Uunllp. TliL ollici- arc still out of Iho city, and wi.H ho: be nvorn in until the fiiri of the year, when llic Mnyor as rSjicT masis- tralo uill adisiiaioter the i. GIFT.TO; ALDERMAN I'nend of the Deparim.'nl i Edir.cnlon, Alia., Dtc. Sifton notified the finar.cizl ag- j________ of the government in London j n Uhat the provii-.ce viould in full, j of M.r. Wihiamson Kc-i without' re-cv.au trcssury wiis forj en: ar.d one hall pounds sterling, tiuc j December 30, 1913. Last night He re- j cilv-rt in rcpiy a gratifying cable! inesFcgc which stated: I "Ycur notification has been receiv- td great satisfaction your l.ctlibrldje Kirc Due 'was the score Station Number delightful Mill ailaiiuutor ibe Eovcral.; yiilclide supprr' and last iiiglil. The cuarfrr liroviilcs that air ,MC bpu5J to friends here. Even if yea have lo borrow coon capital pendilure next year, It helps v.-onder- out prevailing indebted- Culjmet. Mich.. Dec. was at tlie Calumet Un. Eon headqi-artsrc this morning PrcsiJirt Moycr cl the West- crn Federation of Miners shot ir, the ar.d head before he was deported by unknown per- sars in the copper strike district late Last night. This report ear- not be confirmed. It was said by Iccal union officials that the kid- napping Mill have no effect upon th: future conduct of the strik- ers, although the'' believed it would result in a congressional investigation. Cicci: llji. Uis Dec. 2; beiih 1 ten.is I M'.lm.iltfd have I l.iir, tkey 1 bave kept my tl.t-lii. Ijc.tii tin- slate of .Mittii- Ip.in an'l UliPii lir- Mr. Muyrr, tfcut thf .miue ouncrs art- iV.itJin.K to i'jrin loi-o! but ar.x unir.n; hciiii; aiiilhitci! ivtdi i of .Miiirr.s." lie yaid "No. Liizip ovi-.ers inu j lahur, jioi only tin I'fiii'rplifiU'. 'flip can- 'ji.'jt Ijflniiy to any li-jt tlif Western i revelation nm: p.irv of the labor in the i-ointtn1." JWOX'T KKMKF FI'.OM j CITJXESS in j sU-rpius c.ir, v.-illi his i Dec.-. js '-..1 In a of- Charles Cliarlrs 11. Mover, president of jinyor, jireiitieM o! the Western Kcd- t t .1 the prcseu- BHiong the. grouuds tliut will enter lu- to the investigation if it is heW. Xow that the small supply ol wa- ter thai was available in tiic re.scr- voir is .all uscil up, the citizens this morning ate tailoring from the con- ditions that will prevail until Hie break in the intaio pine is repaired. Jloiv Ions t1icsc repairs will taVe, the city engineers arc still ujiable lo slate, ilcflnilely. Tlie Mtimates oh- lamed from iii'Jependcal sources- ironr otic io.tbrec1 weeks, durins the city will be able .to' nhtaiu al Ihc'utmosl.'obcuuarter of its tisual supply-of watvr .fropi -tbti leuiporarr conneclions of; tlic T.ater power company. The fitst gall.uns- avaiblilc Jrqm Ihesc' leinnbrory cuiih'ecUons had _to be mbflifiecroricc 'ikcy 'were coni- plctcd.. Civic officials slate Ibaf" llie gallons' every lucnly-foiir liours is ibc ijlnicst'lbat. can be ob- tained from tbis, tlic only availabb source. GHAVB DANGERS LURK Danger of epidemic, of ilisaslrous fires, of a general UreaitOown in llic iiiduslrial business of llie cily aieall IhreaicaeJ by the present situation. iipiidcs (lie iremetidous inconvenience. lo liouseliolilcrs, liouses and other establishments, the hospitals of iniliartiall.v. to liest of my tnsw- supper: was :.-arrans'-l entirely by announcement, is the strongest pos- t.iiiirns' ailiawe and a man nanicii ledge and abilitv- execute Uit- offices: tliorastlvci, ajId.Mhe fatt thai it was title commentary on ths credit of ine sai.il Moycr as IIP ]iy He Indies province, and is also a vrefl-n-.eriled Mayor, to which I liavt btcn elect- Mujroughly ister. but if ivas rxpcctrd lliiit- ar-' ranpt-inents for the funerals at' least' the and be cuinpletcil today. Malversation or undue execution of by :Mrbiiitijr the said office, and thai toa-iluiaslcr lot by inyscH "or paTf.ier, .either directfy or iiidi.-ectly iny interest iii any or trac t or on boiialf rif the sa As' r "n' ''ff l CitX'siVe'iliat arising out of my o> 'prc Nebraska as iiuyor. rnevcod.. Registered Package of Big ltatrinan, Value Was Take a rcssEd hts it! being atoir It first had liirouch tl.e threatened with who planned and carried it mit and ilftillrEiy arid" Rndly jilateJ tighten tt-e ranks Ot the stdt- fcciard a Chicago train the Crs. ChViigo. jud SI. Paul There was liltlc'-inclicatioii tliat vc- rtiilwa} ahniit last nigM. 1 was from line canunittce of -cilbcns Carted dy l-.vr Umgs .on the train would be aCceplabk 'today to mill J. readied ilicliijian.- 0Mhe Italian Hall disaster more than atuHtt 2 a.r.i. -r jit, j: ''A ronstiilttep 'Icd'ty- ]j Some "mcrchan'ts repot led tha Ibc. liad Jilted numerous order.s (or Klton, justice the peace ami for the irrovinrc of JJber'taV' Mining naTticd I'odentWn bad luteiidctl as, material -for jhcrn in confer enix uilli bad -niorining coslnmcs, hut nonu would jhately traceable j minutes, hardly "the rpliff rqimmUcc. Tlial body ac- foul of lintel, v.-hsjp.thu_ moh-.-nji-'irbrdiiigTy W.I.H again the" task nf disn'oslng of the S25.000' last AVten the robbery 'was diEroTerct] it was thought the iir.ckssci T.-CIO .oub" of nominal value. nigliL ors. learueil tbat.teh pacliascs peil tiy inc National of Omaha" to the City National Hank "of this city, contained Hloodlionntls are_. being iisetl Montreal stand' in grave peril'from lor in some cases means.lacfe of heal and six or more hospitals filled wilh (lalirnts are shivering in tbo zero v.cathcr loday. the Sainarilaii ]ioKpilal lor -.voinrn, Ihc llomeopalb- ic hospital arid Die. Hospilal lie l.a Malcmile, serious reports ot keen ilclaycil operalions and gen- eral niisEorlunc liave come. Tiie chil- urcnrs hospilnl is also keenly aO'ccled by actual lack wa- _ attempt to the robbers, bu( Calgary, Dec. 27.-r-Predericl! Other hospitals r.rc sLiffrring from t no beat, Iraving been compelled ilraw Ilioir lires and zero 'vc to force, (he -siluaiion grown hoiir- ly The general I French now principal of the branch high. Bchool, was. appointed princ'iya] of the Calgary high school at a salary of a the school board yesterday. 0. H. Dolan assluiil- from scrips trouble by having a wa- Irr I're.syinc apparalu.s of its otvn. Tlir. Western hospital is uithout Jieat, hut its water situation has liceti nuialgitniatcd the assistatifc given by lljc West Mount corporation, which thrush i'iiicf .Mofialt, of Uie Mount fuc made nrraiigciueiilu to supply of the water wagons' of the rtcpcirlTiiPjil "ere lironglil to tlif Jiospilal anil .the firemen attached to Wesl .Mount tliviaion sfunlpiprs :uri Mtppiifil the hospital ivnter jesU-rrtny and arc cohtin- it today. Thai-there is. grave of n serious cjijrleinic of disease cm count of Ibc water shortage is Hie ot the- leaOhjg Montreal doctors, state that un- less tlic- proper prrcGiitiriiis arc tak- en, it vril] unavoicialiic. alons these lias been saved of the Sash., oftcrcd the post'vacated ?Ir. I'reneh's advancement, al a ea-kry i a ypar. (ieorgc -A, rerguspiij of Vancouver was classical master1 ut the high school staff at a solaty nf Brockvillp, Ont., Dtc. Henry.J. Morgan ,one of the great- est authorities in Canada of Bio- graphy and the publisher of !'Mor- gan's Men of the'Tirr.Es" died at- his home here this morning of heart failure. He was born- in Qutbsc City in 1812. WILL HOLD FARE. SERVICES IN THIRD CHURCH 70- hc v.'os-jX-a'pa'ble.oi .OI j the ;lfe .sjioke" of his M in-' 1' the 'department, oi his 'appicciafion.o'Mhc. wort the pup- ular 'ami eflkienl chief was lie had beard that- hu.'.vas oi-a.rep'Jlatton ior bcins; bard to .along with, and had a nolion to the codlrary! 'He. thought- be :was vfvy iniiab'e, ;esFecially v.-ben .lliinfis M-llfej j Kvcry conmnmitv i .artinent. Ihy HPV. Dr. Chown, A ,-iM-, 1 UUbllAM supcrinlcnapiit OL Ihc diurcli in Cau- rTlie maj'-Jf proposed, iu bis flda. H hjs liccn lo juiirk usual bright war, the icast io llie. tlic farcweU' to llie ohl Huircli wUh special services nl vvhipb Kcv. II. .-V soag Ijj- Fireman Haker, atid tlic Cobblcilick will rrcacli. His siibjcct New Vork, Dec. Janice Wlilliicy, who has hcoti confined lo liis bed and'room at the Manhattan IJolcl in this city, for (ho past.wtfek is slowly but surely rtcoverlug' and is gnfning- strength daily. a year In place F. ,1. Uut-lianaii, ji has re-signed in acceyt an Inspectorate ur.iler the pTOvintlal of education. FORMER PREMIER 90 VeARS OLD Ont., Dec." Mac- kenzie former IJoniinion pre- mier and for many years a lea'ler irl Canadian jjubllc HTe, attained the aec cf four-score aod leu (oday, "Iiaving tjeen born Ike. 27, Sir Jfacjceri- bocano a inrmbor of pi at the time of Confederation nnd In 1STS joined Uic cabinet of Sir 'JoTm Uuiijig Ills loiifi career nuuicrotiE cabinet W and for a period of about ho U-RS minister. 'atii Srom olhrr (bun .union of lunds, rvTtit -........-.....llic.strikr'riis-' visiU-sI irnncurt: ;J feu lir.ys ar-hrkl c.invassed by fenowVitEftl I bavc ul- Uccs nnd snbstanliai increase.'; to most lo setilr Ihc slrike. Icvutribulions ibasi to tlic puoposed Ly at nichl ivlH be Church Clrcf Hardy, and reipondcU 1o in Trfsent Day Life." fashion by Aid. On Moi.Uiiy-eight r. i FLEW OVER irui, Syria, Medicine Hat, Alta.j Dec. 26. One of Medicine Hat's giants is likely to pass away. In a stale- mervt issued today City Engineer 'Grimmer condemned the practice "of" allowing gas strctt lamps to burn' all day long because it is top expensive lo turn them on and cff. his department .is working on n plan to turn the lights off during tlic day without much ex- ptr.se.- ing tho years o'" a city, it is Ijopid thai there iviil fcc a large turnout of ifie proplc. REMAIN IN CITY Mr. .Icsepli >l3rrio. ".vas eon- IS I ft Poll Arlliar, nti. 3 While Driving From Medicine Hat to Shortly After McJU-inn Hal, Her. j of Kiiriilc. young lioin'c.iteail- decided -U.Mn.aln- a 0 "c IS TO BE E AM) COBALT LAKE, WJi ICII IS TO UK IN TQ 1 SKAHCH -FOKM1LYEK 1 Hoir.e, Dec. ppfie of'llip