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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S THE LKTIimUDGE ALP Monday, November 3, 1013 A TRIUMPH" IN TEA QUALITY PURE, CLEANLY PREPARED AND DELICIOUS BLACKi MIXED NATURAL GREENJ Tammany May Be Beaten K'ontlnved Iro.-n Iroal eJ oS William liryan, clht-r oSers of help from He is making his Estl larsely on tr- tonal grounds, as" an hish-Calholic. and lets tfee tariff issue tcvsrely alone, as the measure is not welcome laany of the stale, lie relies largely on the city voifs. especially Hoston, and also Bird, the Progressive Eltracting a section of the lugular Re- publican rote. But tie rather unex- pected randlJature of Poss. an ex- democrat, cay upset tltese estimates, and split the vote. A Hei-uWican vict- ory would be construed at the national capital as a. for the tariff latr.- LAST NIGHT OF CAMH.URX Xcvr York. Nov. 3.-The roliti tcemies of Win. 'FiiUer, the deposed cover nor, a candidate on tte progressive tickft foi thf slate as- ifmbiv, allowed DO lull to exist yts- lerfay in tbe campaign in this city of which Suiier's ESoit to be re lutced to public ofHce is an intejral feature, ilayorjilty noruicpes Kdward C. SicCall ior Taiumariy. and Job PiiLtov Mitchell, ypsterday raarstd time until this final day oi speech making, except ior one address bj Jlilchell to Ccrman-Aiuerican cili zeiis. But Suiter was atlacktd as an allceed subomor of.perjury acd his iidlctrneot thrcatcaed in connection witi, before tto court of impeachment that con vicied hiia. Hearins, he said, that- h. was to be attacked on tleition day in-tjiftsixli assembly district, where he is running' lor office, SuUcr las called upon .Mayor Po iice Commissioner Waldo, and the district- attorney iot protection. From-JIcCaH's cauipaign tcrs las! nigtl' an attack was against jiitchblSrsnsi-fusion .nominfes for votingrwhta president of: ..th board of'aldcnnen in, tbe m lahtl.nurchases' by.the city.' in a .statement deflate that Tammauy .was concentrating eftost-fo Tanuiizny ja dici3ri--noinicee-froni defeat.and tirg crt -br fusioa nominees for the bench; SENSATION York, "Nov. 3. Xc--.-YcrS CityTs bitter mayoralty campaign et- tercd last.day today. Clos- al representative In "Mexico, cotiL-orn- Ms ivcent conferences iu Veru irc-siVvo platform, ami pledged to f Crur. with the Husslan, Genuan and rage bit tor war or; Tatmuiiiy aud Xonvcsiau. Ministers to Mesfeo, ton- lurpliy. Sulzer fornKTly represented; veyed the jmiiresslcii to President hi? ilistrkt, and is kcally ri'satJedj today that thero "as a dis- laarlryr lo Tair.niany. The Fuslonisls have a s'.oafi can- tHilate In John Purroy Mitchell, col- eotor of ihe port of Xew York, and The electcrs will vote or a and liuciber'of minor of- PREPARED 10 AC! WIN TO. Russia, Germany and Nether- lands Agree on Mexican Situation ices ami au East district. Washington, Nov. from ur.t-.vkra Tammany record, is al-i John Llcil, President Wilsun's pc-rsou- .05. certain to scud back tfe iu-.- to AH'atiy, But Reduces the ion of Taxes Wonder- fully Good REACHES 77 PER CENT ormer of the Board c-f Al- dermen, in whicb connection In the all of 1MO he was entrusted with the authority of the chief executive dur- g tio of ilayor Gaynor.fol- owlng his wound by a teatie. Pre- siaent'Wiljori offended Tammany Iu position oil tba part of these mats Io co-operalp the diulo-, Calamity Here Is I'tocc ul news tlnU uia> have a cheering effect on your oilier wise pessimistic train ol thought. Out of Siao.OM taxos to be collect ed this year 4340.000 wow turned in States in lending .their suvfort to the nUedlty Friday night, the last diiy ol clts- plans'of tbe Washington government lor EOlung tha situation. No aunojueemeiit was made hero today as to auy future policy. Ad- ministration however., said coual. Over In cash was In riled over the aceouutaut's Jeil; in the city offices on 'Friday and Satur day. breakiun all previous refolds. Accountant. Ferris .believes there be eight or ten thousand dollars so" f ar as the Washing- giving .Mitchell collcclorehip. as j the situauuu ao- he latter is a opponent of! toa aSmlufelratl. _ Tammauy, and Ms in this j wnrranl an assumption. Tho that published stories forecasting am- co.np in yet which "were posted before Intervention were rot iustirteU 31. so that tlie amount may filne> ltat was In reacn or 77 per cent, almos was concerned to campaign is cot questioned, neshies Arrival of n'abon V. Piscjuieru, Progressive Democnits. Kep-'blicacs, au and Bull Mocsers, the FusJoalsi can- didate bis tSe support oi -Mr. Hearst's independent league. The Tammany is Edward E. McCall. who linUl the Hennessy charges of the now closing, enjoyed a record and personal reputation. It is notorious, however, that the chair- man of the public service commission s hand in glove with [Murphy, aud is ose of the famous cotrie of Delrcon-j constuuiionclists lea's, who sat down one night to de- the ioipviicament of Governor Sulzer. Sulzer's supporters claim th? governor Tnrjld never bare been peacrWd had he shown more emissary from General the in ey thiui has ever bceu paid es In any previous yfal though the percentage may be some- what louver.' constitutionalist cltlef. raised the" question of whether tho1 Washington government would receive represen- tation? from the oonstliutiDnslists. President Wilson made it dear to, those who dlsVuss'aa the sltuaiioa !iD this .being the tvitti him that officially tbe got-crc- u: en i con] d not receive any form al representations but that in borne way U effectualVy puts a quietus on lal of financial itritssrnev in tbe city of Lethbriilge, Tlie city accouutaul's office put la a week "of-it with another first oi the mako out, they having beeu sidetrack-1 ed the rush to'pay taxes. Tho, desire to-, lay fore the American government "w( or other the. formation which 1MO, be. [night- A few more thousand acd1 mil i they ivould haro had to breafe the 09 received. In thai 'ccnuection ]tj Sabtath gettlng-ll cleared away, became known that the constitution- The city .owed the Dank ot Mor- alists warrant conference of clue's de-; trcal on. current for recognition account. oflTlis taxes'received -Kill pay the ance with Tammany demands. but to request, fast there'ray the.-school board and leave ertfiolcss, Sulzer will hardly be a wel-( bs oa ltle jart o, the i Uiousan.d to the. goof If the op; Uuited Slates in.their own.efforts to j tion on bonds is taW up solve the sllustion by rieclions. The ter city will have a fairly constitutionalists want "-the embargo I on arras revised so that fill factions) J3 may be supplied on an efjusl [coting. The President has been' petitioned to revUe_ tuo embargo. _..... .The here is three diplomats at Vcra Cruz sought tlie ronrerence with Mr; Una. It come addition to progressive ranis at the Capitol. In the Sixth Assembly! district, where Is maliins his; sensational campaign, Aaron J. Levy, t najority leader of the assembly and j close a'llv of Murphy'., the mall Khoi actually bro-jght: abom Eulzer's is runuing for municipal court justice, aiid all indications arc thit stpotberid' under I landslide- in favor oC Sillier Al Smith. Speaker of the State assembly, abo a candidate tor rtelccttoa in au East- silo district, and has as little chance. I Sulzer iefuscd to stay dead, acd tbisj !s a bitter grievance at Tammany Hall. Sulzer did not play ths gzme. He' would not recognlzae tnat by the rnles he was down and out- Whether he lean "come oact" is for i decide, first step tomorrow. M (odav envov returti to ing spreches of candidates made lodaj- 'aid voters will decide whether Edward John Pbrfoy MitcheH; fusion snail be. mayor. Sulzer, deuosed governor, seclc- .return to'the assembly as a published 'today letters and telegrams purporting to' show what McCall ofierfd to get Cbas. E. Murpiyi'lhe Tammany leader, to THREE HUNDRED HEAD SKIPPED stop. >lhe' impeachnicnt .trial provided Sulier-r.wpuld .'endorse McCaMTs can- and stop the en- to the exposure ul .Tamtnanr corruption. Tee- letters m question tear the purported signature oi Fred or.c'of McCall's geaei- al mapagers.x' TbctV.'was renewed talk today .that would seek his in- dictment in Albany county for sub- ornation of perjury in conr.ecUon with Us'' testimony before tte high court of impeachment, In NEW York City situation In Xew York city is Protect Ycxtr Gun BY H. MclNTYRE FROM MAGRATH mimm U'.r .Medicine Hat, 3. Print Gregj was sentenced to two years W lead aa immoral.life, and wife, was sentenctd to sis mpnfh's; tor robbing a homesteader of his rWl. 'Moth-will be deporleJ at the expiration ol their sentencts. Tnpy also face 'the charge uf.keeping an opium de.n: Nov. L- Taj-ior, K. C., loember elect for the provin- cial constituency of Glmli appeal to the privy council against the re- cent ruling of the Manitoba court of Bppeals in GJmll elections pro- test case. Application was made toJay in the court of King's tench Lefore.lfr. Jus- tice for an order removlug the petition from ihe court. This was refused. A second pet' LORD MEATH DAY EMPIRE CHALLENGE CUP were probably tho I Barleycorn's, and hadn't seen him for a long time. butTenvs-ed bis acquaint- rifle, sSot goa, rnoKer, old oi new, oil k wlh 3-m-One. die good gun oil 17 leading fircartn nvmu- irje, recomm-nd pact