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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Lcthbridge, Alberta. Thursday, November 6, CENTS. Number 277 HUERTA GOING TO REJECT DEMANDS Advices from Mexico Intimate that He Will Not Obey the United Official Reply Has Been Received at Washington Up to Present Time Mexico N'ov. was BtJII no Indication whether provision; al-l'resident Huerta would mafce a formal repjy to Hie corutnunicaUon made to him by the UuUed States. The uiluro ot- ,lho memorandum Is said to call for no. oilier reply than coiojjUancfc. Huerta WIH Reject Demands The purposes lot General Huerta were this rooming by a person who vas close to the Provisional-President. Ho lias determined to reject all the demands set forth In the lalcBl Ameri- can communication, and IB resolved to seal the confiiess Just elected. If congress, however, declares tho recent presidential election null and makes arrangements for another el- ecUou, General Kuurla would ue dls- lipseti to nblde by tliU decision, and ftubmtt to the people's choice of a man would the presidency un- til the autumn of 1916. Battleship Movements Washington, D.C., Nov. bal- llcahips Louisiana, New liamnahlre (uid .Michigan, of the second division of Uis Atlantic fleet, were to be relieved from duty ir. -Mexican wa- ters upon the arrival of the four ves- tels of. the third division lodty formally ordered to remain at Vera Cruz- Orders were issued for the inored cruiser, California to remain In Pacific >1eslcan waters, although orSginar orders to the PHlsburg were to relieve the Califoruia. No Comment it Washington Washington, Nov. news that Hucrla would reject American deiiundb'for Isis elimination received In.official circles with- out comment. Secretary Hryan lud i long conference with Wil- son and Chairman Uacon, of, the Scn- ale Foreign Regions ami Affairs committee, who was an curly MINCHIN GETSl YEARS PEN Conclusively Proved in a Case Heaid Yesterday in the Supreme Courl LUMBARD GUILTY HOUEO caiLr. Tail; of lifting the cm-j But ihejury RccommendedHim to the Mercy of the Court Later on. arms wxs revived In con- gressional circles with coneiiierable vigor. Some senators have lold tlip Presi- dent there was an overwhelming sen- timent in congress In favor or mllUng export of arms to Mexico. on holh charges Tho President, In his to 'commendation for mercy, the fate oi Congress last August, took a Toiij- Lumburd lests with llic court, j re 7ormer Calgary Alderman and Assistant City Treasure- Verdict a Sutprise TUF THRILLING TALE Nil1 ITIA OF FROM HUDSON BAY Calgary, Alto.. Nov. G.-C. II. Min- formerly city city alderman, aril last year a de- feated candidate for the office of com- mlssloner. was found guilty In ihe court ihls morning of the theft of frum the eliy, und was eentenced to eerve five years In the'Edmonton penitentiary. Both, verdict and sentence were a compUto surprise, as vttii the Crown nnd defence .rested iJielr cases last nighC Mincliln appeared to have an. excellent chance of acquittal. The summing'up Judge Ihls morning wag -decidedly against tho defendant, and when his charge to tho jury "was completed Mlnchln's convic- tion seemed certain. The for less lLan To Protect the Lives of Citizens in the Ciiy of Indian- apolis MARTIAL LAW Canadian Government Steamer Returns to Halifax After Narrow Escape from Demolition in the Ice- Nearly a Hundred Were Aboard the Vessel N.S., Xov. practi-' cally no alternative but to push on open sea or else perish amid Ihe Ice floes oi the Bay crew and passengers of tho Ca- nadian government s'irvoy Bhlp. Ac- adia, which arrived In port yesterday from Port Nelson, tell of one of the most thrilling tales of escape from perishing experienced In that great Governor Ralston Says He itfrboand 1 Besides" having her Declare in Streets the Cause Indianapolis, led., N'ov. en- tire state militia of Indiana has been ordered out Ly Governor Ralston, on n crew and officers, ihe Acadia was bringing out the shipwrecked complement of the ilt-faied Alette, including one woman. Tliey, only a week before, faced death In one of its most terrible forms, by Iw-rammed at Alms, the same spot where thetr rescuing ship met her barrier. The Acadia sailed oil October 19 for agalnet lifting the embargo: Many The jury were only oul a lew zisin- half an hoiir-.bWore returning, the account of the street cat strike here. persons have been pointing out to utes, and on their, return, Mr. C. J. did. 'Sentence was imposed Imme- The governor also announced he Anderson re- r i __ _ __t J_l !_... tinrtu tliar rllrrlnir trln tnp him, however, lliat ooe of the alterna- Kclistorin as foreman, read a written i dlately drienrardB, anil Mlnctiln was would declare martial law. All the lives open. If Huerla declines to re- decision ol conliction, coupkd a'; taken'Into, cuttody liy the troops aie expected here ttns atter- through the efforts of djylo- recommendation (or mercv. rr.acy ivas to lend "a moral Fiiprtort to Simmons, announced that he grounds.IB anticipated. the constitutionalist nwement. would deliver some time dur- apueal technical uoou. Constitutionalists here declare they ing the court, and" prisoner's counsel do not -rish recognition of their Del- erly is being destroyed and there is zero temperature, promising .to ce- rioting in the- which the. city luthoritics have not controlled, and I feel it is my.duty to take this draS'. .ic The governor'was up all with d i Sale of Lbts'ol New Town Fixed i on te- Nine- W. of This Month 'Lots 'in .the JIBV lowusite pi Forc- "Mea ate being assaulted antl kill- said Governor Ralston, "pro- in the grasp o! the great Ice. The auMncss oE it all was hrilliiii; for tliree days we mov- d about in solemn fear of impending iardsMp. "Had the mercury dropped zero, the pans would have frozen ;ether and the Acadia hemmed ia or rhf whole winter and months' stay. On the night of Octo- ber 35, when we wc-ie SLI days in it earning 450 miles across the Bay from Nelson, a blizzard arose anri the thermometer falling. day the Acadia was forced against the ice barrier to hreak a passage. After up and rushios ahead times, her bows bore high up on the ice cake. II gave way under thestrain, and in a few seconds the- Acadia slipped through an apertuto that enabled her to eventually forca a passage into comparatively clear Including those of the Aletta, therj were S all lolfl on lioard the Acadia and there were only provisions suffi- cient for a month. The Acadta was caught near N'ot- Hngtiani Isliuid, on tlie eastern stda tho great inland sea. When it was We fouiht through the solidly pack ed pass for forty miles. Then came fouud Ehe could- make no headway, ment them together :to render fur- ther passage impossible. There, in eastern Hudson's Bay, hundreds of miles from help, tfce fifty on hoard Hie Acadia gave up hope with two alternatives offered, Ono yras to wait tho chance of tho pack open- ing, highly improbable" because of tho weak current, "and 'the other .was to b ut away an d risk injury to th B ship. This had to be taken, as the BrigadifM-Central "William J. ar.d certain death hy, starva- former meant, EO Ceptafn Anderson and other ufficers ol the National {ion ainid the worst winter crcr I remarked I'that we should simply Guard, pcr'ect'ng arrangements for getting the 0'JtsicJe companies to In- dianapolis and'their disposition there. The governor said it hid not been de- termined, whether troops would Un- placed, on the" street cars. The ana NTationa! 'Guard "numbers about j ao'diers three Lattery .companies-ant] all ol these are known in the JJay. Ths was starve to death." HUDSON'S BAY CO. TO INCREASE fence i iri direct contradiction, Coming bl.llit To Mr. Palmer, the ex-chief said witness told of a man-who sneaked 'Lumliard's face was swollen and. there was some -taU lying'some- ul.ere- The clement oE doubt "was UP slashed htm in the lace will] acted lite 2n cvcitefl, frightened man. created En generous measure and the a razor. Hc the man and. Chief Skclton, who was inspector whole of the rceretlablc incidents cried, "Why you kill me, Tom jat the, time of the corroborat- Latella. j Lumhatd B 'cording 1o ir.formalion received from the Nalural ResoUTCis department ot the C.P.R, This news will he a relief to the h city ofiicials, representatives of cluhs and organizations had failed to reach'-'any agreement on" a peaceable means "oE settling the strike. The' rioting in the I streets yester- matiy who have already located this point, which is at the pnd of the for-this year on the Lethbridge- line. Thp exact location is the K. quarter ot section.17, anil I day, when.the street .car company tried, to run a car .which is'as de-sert- hy. gave the gov- ernor additional reason for. his ac- tion. After the rommiltee ol citi- ens urged Governor' Kalston ycsler- lay to out tbc militia, cenL preference-shares, to te offered, to: existing or- dinary shareholders. BATTLESHIPS LEAVE-NORTH-'-'- SEA German Vessels Leave on a Cruise to South Amer- ican Waters IEGW! OPENS Hegina, N'ov. cus- irovc that the defrndaiit was the wound was the basis for the yersalion In which the prisoner said "resided in tents awaitinR Ivvangelifita u-hen the crime ooV; plice. The evidence was all in it r.oon. The jury retired-at 3 o'clock and n SO minutes' returned a verdict of 'on the three counts. He was for sentence. Tony the first wit-'him. Although thccc was ,css antt Mr. Conybcare asked a spr-' (Conlinacd on pag, conclusion thai he was slashed with ii a razor, Cross-.-ypin'rn.l.M-iMr. W. S. Hall Lumbard admitted roominp: wi'h tella.for liioiunt: aitirr prisoner hart told him to keep away from Mrs. Latella wasn't snre i" v, E Latella before going ahead with T. ?ni r biiUIne. A pool room, peneral ended the case tor the crpwa. BtOTC( 5Ve. hardware store and Louis .was the IjaTC hCFe' witness callrd by Mr. Palmer lor the defence ar.d created inwh r'etition for E. H. Wilson for Mayor few answering all questions in" fairly fluent Knglisli. On Tuesday, when arraigned en a charge of sending ick- haul Tetters to -Jivlge Winter That even among the business men f the city thoro la not a unanimity had arrived, EO there would te question about controlling the iilua- tion alter troops were once on the streets. r. Troops Hurry to City Troops In all parts of the slate re- ceived 'orders today to hurry to Indianapolis "in heavy marching order, as rapidly as special carry them. The first troops are i trains could ly after- noon, but some of the f fee] ins as to the recently aimounc-icl that n. counter petition 3n favor of H. is now going the Tho. 'Herald "endeavored to c-i n list of tho signatures (oday, as Informed that a large numbei ho would sign ft, had not yet done j, and publication therefore held ver for tomorrow. Tho petition It circulated by John Tlornc and AI.MfklHopi ond the sfgnaturea re-ilvcd so far some of the mosl eminent business men and heaviest in the dly. of signing the petition is The rumor TV a a "every where in' the downtown section this morning thai ex-Mayor Adams. -had definitely decided to enter the race, and that Aid. Levering was drb'pplng.out and throwing his support to 'Mr. Adams. Uolh men. denied the report, however, ol course, as Mr. Adams "something unforeseen happen" any day. The mayoralty candidates so far are Mayor Lov-crlng and.O. M, Htfch. a had a razor. lie saw.n policeman taVc it from Latelh's pocket. Witness, is afraid of Tom you know whether there is ti secret society among the Italians' around Lelhbridge asked Mr. Witness Mid he was a member ol the "Hbck llanrl11, a remark? which made court fiiid everyone, smifc. the crown tcok him in hand the .Mack hand sccic-ty disappc-ared. "Do you belong to the Mack said Mr. Conybcare. I'm too 'ar aivay." on P.TSC some have even gone ahead with their It is expected that freight- service will be inaugurated on Friday or Saturday of this week, arid there are T. cr supplies at Stirling wailing the. anrt Mr, I'almrr hvangclisla pleaded to "move pnnirs-may nol arrive until itnorantol Irtish inlcrpro- i FWCmosl is'in the centre'of a dis- SCVCfllj ;redt many of them marM thus et cn( E a rrcrtl (rom tnpir crops. E f Continued on pagf vcrc introduced. The session will -be :ontinucd tomorrow, COAL GAS MAY CAUSE TWO DEATHS London, Out, Nov.- Jas Rrier and her daughter, Grace, .ol Westminster township, nre In such a critical condttlo'n from coal gas that they niay r.oi'- recover were found unconscious today! Berlin, Xov, newent German isttlesblps, Kniser and Koenig At- >ert, and the cruiEer been orderert to in Ueccm- aer for South American The enitee Is said-to be merely a 'test but the -warships, as Is pointed out in the newspapers, will evidently be available for service on the -Mexican coast, II it should" prova necessary. German naval circles, regard South American crules aa' patent evt-' dencc that Anglo-German tension is disappearing, as this Is the first timo German battJeahlps Jmve been the North See. fleet since the naval rivalry between Germany and Great Britain became acute. Shopping Carnival Here Next Week If now isnder way ate con- summated, and arc bright thai they "ill Kolithfrn Alterla of the world: Though the proposition has hcen broached only within last few days, a large number the of will hold a shopping carnival' here merchants have fallen in i next week that will-lie unique in the'meeting will be held.tonight to'con- history of merchandising in this part THREE MAYORALTY CANDIDATES JOifiEll plendid Address by Dr. Slewart M. P. of the'Legislature at Recent; Session By an eipresslon ot conflJence In o promise of Premier Slfton-to_8eo at the Northern Railway build from Calgary Info Lelh- during Uie coming yeir, by gliig the Hoard of Trade to extend possible aU to the Premier In rrylng out his promlee, Dr. J. S. Injected a note ol nfltence Into tho railway .outlook Southern 'AlbcrtB for. the coming M when he appeared before the ard of Trade luncfaon at noon to- spring on "Tho Alberta Logte uro lit It Dr. Stewart brought the last session of the legislature1 to..ihe.'members of the of it of all political V number of the main mittters dealt with, affording an oftcf-dlnner that was thoroughly enjoyed large crowd turned out for the I'jncbeon, Dr. Ste-s-aH believea tho C. R, win roach in 19H. But the Board of Trado haa 'A work to do fn thla regard, Tho mugt been- couroEcd-and he thla' can be dono by commencing efrly to fmooth away some of the difficulties In ito wny. speaker safd he th'c. would croaa the at Diamond City. In thVeve.nt a bridge .will have to bo built there. This will taXe a number of years, there- fore, the road'ta Co'ba operaftng Info within a year or eighteen months, it will be necessary to secure running rlgMsi over the big C, R.: viaduct, ond here one'of the fnat{ (ers'in u-hlch tho Board of Trade'can lend a hand. {Continued on Pago sidcr the matter. It is likely the merchants will combine to offer a late rctur.d sale to purchasers "irom all parts of the south. details o( the carnival shop- ping week will he given tomorrow af- ter the meeting tonight'in Bo_arrt of Trade.rooms when, all retail.rncr- chants are .urged fo be on'hand. Another impoitant rna.tter.'t'o''be decided by the merchants is the 'si-lfc-. tion ol a first vicc-ptesident 'tp a vacanr.v cau'sed .hy a rci-cnt rtsigna-' lion., Kycry inercliant should he on hand .tonight at 8 o'clock. THREE DROWNED AT INVERMERE, B.C. 4 Tnvcrmere, R.C., Nov. George and Clemtnf Young1, 'sons of Cartaln Francis D. -Young, and Vivton MarpleS, were drowned. In a. small. gloirgli, nt-ar (ho'ranch "6f Cap- lain Young through, venturing on thin Ice. Mrs. .Young, who attenuitedi a rescue, ne.irlr lest her life tn 'a similar nianner. ;