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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VI. SIXTEEN PAGEvS Alberta. Siittinluy, November 1, VK CENTS. Number 273 Sixty Six Per Cent Col lected During the Dis- count Period EXTEND DISCOUNT Another Teh; or Fifteen Reducing the Rate r {300.000 rasee paid in durin Iscount period, it was the: sood word that wei this morning at tbc city ba srkahly good1' was lit recsptto llic news, era are approximately to collect this year, not counting r fioulago taxes. Of tills over 06 THE STKUCCLE IN THE NEWFOUNDLAND ELECTION JAS. McCAIQ RESIGNS) v Jas. McCaix, formally l-rin- of tUe public. schools, lias resigned lib pobi- Uon as Bupcrlutendeat of Ed- ff rnonton. city schools. Mr. Me- Calg Is one or the best known men in educational circles In the province. In the BO'Jth bo Is prominent 'as au authority ff V. In That Case They Wou'd Twcnly Five Miles of Track Here SIR MOHRIS SIR ROBERT BOVD Who appeals to the people for'the L f hopcd election of his administration In New. r foundljnd on the policy of greatly ex- to bs Premier after tne elections on tending the Colonial railway. October 3Cth. Norman Angell in Lecture De- clares This Country to be Impregnable London, Nov. Anjelt de- elopcd another thesis last night at'THIS TIME AMERICANS OPERAT- the.Liberal Colonial club, namely the I impregnability oi the dominions, bas- e'd on tlic fact tliat. these countries Is .not so good as last year, hut not expected. "Mayor and coun-1 ome time ago expressed tie op- had. no governmental economic- ccn- Iliat If CO per cent, were paid paralyzed a coun- ring the discount ptrtod they dbo ell IN BOLIVIA ARE TO BE GUILTY SAID APE ON AIRSHIP TRIP Nov. iviator. makl-ig a fllslit from ff lu a disutr.ce ff ff of as a ff an ape. he ff to The Biralan was filelne'icd, v and st-Ti'aiued aud irc-ir.J'ed throughout the jonrr.ey. lie alighted he paralyzed with fear. ff _...._...... AD HFFIDMIT MS OF OIL TEN THOUSAND CARS Handled in the Yards During the Present Week-Block- ade Took Piace Ten thousand loaded freight cars have becri .handled "ia the looal C. P. K. yard in "the past seven days. This constitutes a record, aad is luih double nhat-.was handled for the i corresponding "week last year. Yes- Mexico's Former President Makes Some Comments on the Situation Vhat 'Kootcnai' Brown Learn- ed From Dr. Dawson a Great Geologist SOUTH ALBERTA FIELD Discovery of the Fluid Some Years Ago in the Water- ton Lakes Countrv teiday smashed all previous records for the number of cars hauled in for I Washington. STRIKE. STARTS AMONG STREETjlocal distribution and transfer for' parations are not actually under RA1LWAY EMPLOYEES IN ..THE CITY, jubidt. points. Twelve Irain'.Oads av- for intervention in Mcslco, there are traging 7y cars each, cair.c in terday. not to mention the number yes- iDaicatioas (hat the president is which came in last Kvery inch Ing every precaution to the extent" of l0f space on the fifteen miles oi'track keeping' tbe army in readiness for Ind., Nov. l.-Uiot- in (he yard-was taken up last niBht immediate, acl'io-a. London, Kov. l.-Uiplomatic com- _ municatior.s arc now.being exchanged ing in 'the employees'j and (wo trains were held up on the: YA'Mlc Southern Albenans are filing i the whole face of the eastern slope. the Hocky .Mountains, south of Cal- irr. hoping tliat the present hopeful indications in the Dingman well w est of Ofcotoks result In proving that a, I large oil field really exists, some. stimulus may be added to the pros- I peeling activities by a history of tho lirst oil well ever drilled la this field. H was a gusher, and flowed 300 bar- rels daily for a week. It was discovered ly "Kooteoaie" Brown, now superintendent of Water- ton Lakes Park, who was aided by This information was gathered to- William Aldrich, now. living at Card-. s'ures had been If it possibly happened (hat Ger- many conquered Canada, she would he unable to the' coiintry just as England failed" to transform Que- bec, and Germany ivould be. so ex- hausted by conquest she would fall an easy prey to al- liance. The idea of the possible i-.conquest ._ wireless ol the Uritish dominions is due to confusion regarding what a con- :iiax, N. S vr from Cnpt. Anderson, of the iiuui qucror could or could not do. li hound survey ship Acadla, re- at Fame Point Station, to liaislcad, immigration agent, ic Acadia has (hirtcen Chinn- the shipwrecked crew of the Please arrange to take charge rival at the dockyard." supposed that the Alette, ROY DAVIDSON AND- GLADSTONE TAiONG .LL.B. .DECREE Lcthbridgc is to lose another prom- inent citizen tu'Calgary as tt.e.Ilci ALBERTA TOWN 'FEAR- ED FpRj TIME THAT WOU.LD BE WIPED OUT BY FIRE As a result of the.- examinations held in Edmonton soine time .-Strome, Alia., Xov. pres- Abntr Gladstone Virtue and Richard cnce.of .an open lot- in the middle of Hoy Davidson, two well'known .law block oi this town students cf this city, will shortiy j have conferred en them the decree.of L-. U., (hey having passed- their raged until lour-tliirty, when it stqn. The location of the well was at Oil; City, near liie Waterton Lakes." The history o[ the well Is given in an affidavit given by Brown to the promoters of the Piri- chtr Creek Oil Company about four years ago, when an attempt was.: made to raise .enough capital to dfe--. elop "Kootenaie" ii Eiiuaw roan, but he knows the whole mountain country of Southern .AVbcrta like ;an open hook. The Oil- City -oil in which, th; late Lineham of .Ok'o-. toks was interested, was a bona fide-, proposition.: u is well known to rano chers in Southern Alberts that -Mr.- Lineham used to dip his large -herd, of cattle annually in crude oil-taken- from his well. This oil was consid- ered one of the best manse prevent-. ives that could' be found. i cr (heir special wire, re- test of the oil was John: Mr. Percy Uowan, oi w. Warren, expert analyst of ThSieraldiasH-on'good authority i this morning, connrmation j III. In bis sUtement he.says: .1 the y'afds'will be extended west'oi'several very important to the last cars a'week mcsr.s !'i 1500 in twenty-four hours, c.r tw cars earn "a day. This immense' t'rallc is .-taxing the yard jiccommndationsjto (he With all die" increase ini yardage tne.C.'P.-R. this j them "at the preEetiV time some fifteen! terro'lnal' tracks'.here, the company has' plans for practically] doubling the "capacity again within the next.two_ or Ihrte-years. Winnipeg, Nov. JlcDougall -and cvams in all eight Donald was'finally taken under control. was successful in tak- Kivc Uuiidincs -.verc "destroyed and I be necessary after the opening of the and Kootenay Castle, New Htunswict. ng here from Winnipeg to lake ivritc on all, so lie docs, not dis- position .-with ihc oirt A. in hearing that he is star- builolings llireatcniiis the uholc town. rrd m two sub.cets. call was sent out for the Camrosu lire but when R. _.................... 'ore the people promincrxtly in a pub-1 and Mr. ic 'way Jic wa-s well known soon as (i.cit atc'conlcc- rcd on them by Hit Senate o( tlic [LECINA Nov. to Ir.foimalion received hy n of Sir Edward Morris, ol cal, the falc ol Morris gov- nt still haiigs In the balance.' ording to what returns have in, the- Morris parly ihas .a ilj- of thirteen, but (he other jis to he heard Irom arc, for lost part strong tot and 11 be surprising il. .thc.licst lorris party'could secuie.would (icadlocV. jcr of .circles and the of himself and family will be the cause ol Alberta, be in .a posi- of much regret. It is understood the 4.ion lo application for admis. cliungc becomes at once, ft ff ff VVINSTON CHURCHILL ff MAKES.. FLIGHTS ff Eng.r Nov. con- tlnuallon of his policy of seeing 'things (or himself, RL Hon. .Winston Churchill, the Lord iif the Admiralty, it' arrived at 1.30 o'clock the. flames were under control. The section of the block -in which Hie fire started was separated from other buildings sion to the liar ol the. province, tht by a vacant lot, and the cflorts of fact ol their having taken dcgrcK 'townspeople (urncd out were it Ecrtssarj-1 for thrm tc' devoleil' to preventing the flames spend only-three" years in the bulces of a lawyer instead ol five before plying tor admission. Tliis r.uVes three I.clhoridge stu- dents to rccehc llic L. FJ.Tdcgfee this the other being n. H.-E1-. lias alicady been admitted (o (tic. bar. Mr. Virtire will enter (he practice ol law W. V. 1'oapst, the fir rom crossing this breach." The build- ngs destroyed were the General Hes.tatirant, Millinery sforc, Drag-store, and Pool hall. went lo KarnborouBn.. ycsler- he Vnov.n as I'oanst Virtiif. 'day toward dusk, and'made-a iTIiiir for tl.c present will he in ft flight (n the airship..rieltar Kirk-ham block. The junior part- and BoUi. 'f r.cj: of (he firm will he.the -youngest Eiich lllgtit lasted some (if- 'practising 'lawyer in if i- Icon helghl'ot' not, iridccd, 'in Alberta or the whole ff isoo (eet, -t'-ol the' Canadian Vi'ctl. He Is Increase in Number of Voters November 51 li. Then by loth the court" must sit and pass rs' list, J013-3S07 n.-imes. list, last yeaf-US7. licaituns to be placed on tl.e llst-300. foils "1 election day. .-The list is the council meeting this aflct- m.ip'po'Cd to he and 'no one first product of the Lethbrid'ge schools' (o qualify as a barrister.- TRIPLETS .TO AD. MAN 4 _ N-ov. j_ The stork brought a Hallow- I'hcrson- McCirrdy the matter oi a court of' riarnc is list will il (he Wl voters'-list was con- Ic allowed ,lo vote.- d. According (p the cSarlrr.'lho The date o' court ol-..terisionl !i'l must ho (ionir'r'tcd and in had not Ircn n'no'irc11 mils nl Ihc court o! ic.'ision liy Herald" went to press London, Nov, Lake, fit head'of the Ancient Order with a hunlir.j of Hibernians, sneaking last night.'said: would refuse Home Rule tomorrow if UIstc.% or any Nov. 1. Less than two hours alter the arrival at fittccn iniles from here, Brrl and Har- ry Staltcr, brothers, were rirmvncd. It seems that not used (o a canoe, got out. in tough water, and Harry, in "another canoe." went other things necessary to make a test nth me. 1 found it -10 degreei Bau- ne; .5235 degrees specific gravity; 6 SS-100 pounds water per-sollon. wins measure. "H contains 20 lo !5 percent, gaso- line." Kootenale" Urown's affids-vit.which gives the early history of oil prospect- ing in Southern Albcvla, Is an interest- in? document and reads as follows: Canada, 1'rovince of AlberU, I, Kootenay Drown, -of" Pincher Alberta, licensed guide and inr mnkn oith and fiayc portion of .Ulster :vcrc cut off prospector, mako oath and say: J. Thcit'soinc years ago son, Canada's t geologist camn to the Kootenay Lakes vicing and employed me to peregrinate around. Ho asked mo if 1 had tver any indications of petroleum in from tht rest of Ireland." 'i _... jm _____ _ i aftor'him' Tliey were Ijoth overturn- vicinity, and I told him I never ir-d and drminr-d. Harty leaves a wjfu Ho then nsked me if I-wouId THREE. YOVNG LETHBRIDGE LAWYERS WHO CARRY THE DECREE OF L.L.B.; WILLBEK. C.'sAND 1UDCESLATER ndvertlsjnB agency, when .Mrs, Mcrherson" gave Mrth fo triplets. .Mother and babies doing well.