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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Letliliriilgc-, Alberta. Friday, November 7, 1913 CENTS. Number 278 COAUp A. Cazier of Cardston Says the Hill Company Has Invested in a Mine SOUTH OF P1NCHER CREEK Road Will Leave Main Line al Cut Bank, Montana and Toucli Catdston "Jim ROBERT AULLJ JR. The young man ol St. Louis, Mo. who is accused by his "wife Doris Kelt of Toronto, of n'vliifi her liquor befon she went through a form of marring' with him at llie Cobourg summer n sort, Ontario. She is now suing fo an annulment ol marriage. WELCOME TO JAMES WEE DONKEY CHICKS Spring Couiec Attempt fo Mur- der Case Was Under Trial Today WAS HE DRUNK Defense Intimated That Over Load of Booze Was to Blame Hill has" not sjient tuning and developing coal land just souih of Tor noth iiiK. lie luto Southern Albert; uexl tipriug, with the Great Mortherc and after, touching Cardston v. Jll run uortUwest to his coat mine, thence through to PEncher Creek. Jteo is what he has been waiting for." A.' Cazier, o? the-Cazier Construc- tion Co.-r -Cardslon, is In the city to- day, and above is his summing up of the Great Xorthein situation, as U uplilSes to Sunny Southern Alberta. looks for a start on construction spring without any doubt. The Hill interests will build first lo ihe coal fields. Having established p itself firmly and InlU up a good biist- Ufhciai functions Will Mark acts in that dirnptinii. the next move will be 10 Lelhbrldge and Calgary. }ir. Cazier states thnt a Great North- ern engineer was responsible for tho Information that the Hill road had spent hearty a yuarttr of a million dollars' developing coal properties euuth of Pincher Creeli, and. thai these, art nov; ready ._at any tlttio to yield ac tnorroous tonnage. innipeg, Man., Nov. typical London cotter, in the full 'splendor of "pearllei." accompan- ied by hit wife, with the tradition- al hal'of arrived last night, en ro-jte to Lethbrldge, where he wilt take up James Ralhbone, the coster mentioned, ifi '-king of the and Mary Ann, his wife. Is "Queen." To sUrt farming, their imported livestock is exceedingly donkey and six chick- enB. Was in a Clash With a Young Man Who Attacked From the Rear Auspicious Start to Schools of Agriculture The case ol Waller Item, charged uilh administering iio'son- namely stryclinir.c, lo one Hrury llr.nsnn, i fatm haud Corking on the ranch he i longing to 1'eU Utsviuk, near Coulee, on. the night of the third c jOclober, with intent to kill, or in tent lo do bodily injury, occupied the time of the supreme court this mcrfi ing. Mean, who gave the name Leonard Hartley lo his employer, was engaged by Iteswick to shock opts on his ranch. In company Hear, Unnsoa had cached a cheque for 120 in Spring Coulee, after which he returned with Dean to the iaim, where the two men uerc working alone. Uonson wciil to town Fri- day, and had tak- en a battle of whiskey home ivilh him, but on the way had stopped at Iteswu-k's threshing camp, where szv- en or eight of the crew had tapped the buttle. This was to evidence cE LJoson, the first witness. IS IT A PLOT? looted Mexican Was Stabbec in the His Story Edmonton. pro- schools ol arc HOXSON TKLLS STORY From the camp Boson relucned to oijMri Davis is to Assist Chie! Carpenter in His Work at the Capital Kdmonton; Nov. of Police Davis, 'tif Lcthhrtdgc, has been appointed deputy chitt al Edmonton r Chief Carpenter. "Big'Bill" as Davis is fcnown iu Toronto and elsewhere, "arrlvrd here yes lenity and spent.most ofr.his lime with Chief Carpenter. Ei-Chief Davis form- erly in. charge number osc division ill-Toronto, aind'jusl a little over a the the whiskey into .yc'ar appointed" to the'chief- out a drink, into tot'his admini; ic.picarses, f council an from Cardeioa to the route ol road. The 'preliminary survey nmde a counto of years ago, but during the thicc'schools is as the [Schools toc lhc. was '-hundred.- ecLrolhnciit the past year a survey parly has been over f.rade, "and it :s DOTI- estab- lished he the point on l at follows; ClarcEholm 59; Olds 43 VerniUlion Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of line of the II., where the agriculture, stales JhM this is the br.iiich Into Canadn will come off. The road runs in a northwesterly direc- tion crossing- Hall's Coulee In -Moti- larcest 'class in -aiTlcuUtirc with .v. i.- V n ii which anj- agricuHiirarfolleEC in the Dominion started, fact, it. is near- i-.nd coming through what is linywii as Whisky Gap In thu Milk- Jliver ridge at: the boundary, eighteen miles oaat of- Cardston, Ftom that have hcen in attendance, if the- jirov- fciuf. It runs to CardBlon, thence to jrce had established one agricu'liirsl tho cw.l fields, and on lo Pincher school in place of the three schnois of agriculture, two jy twice as large. Mr. Marshall -jjevoa that probably not. ninrc than half this number of students tvoEh! three room ahout- five minutes. lie turn! tig, he again asked hiSj com- panion to drink, hut again fused. DoiiEon br.e swalloiv.'but the Imoflt was a trifle too warm, so lioriSdn diluted it with pop! and then swallowed the entire doF.e. Atrricsl immediately ha was seized with tramps. Kcaliiiog that in a liad I-e reacted for the Nahle lo had hecn left there upon his return town. Hut he. winbta to Manil and fell face downward on thi floor. He an helpfd him to the bed, in re1 sponsc to (he cf He lo his close connection vritb' eiceptions, boys' are all far- cort'iJri'ctioi! projecls, Mr, Cazier has iners1 sons who have conic right ofi g.ithcred a lot of Information about the farm, to athnd 'the. schools. i-wpoficd road, and feets assured; The days set apart for-the official Cnrdslon iieopte are not going to, optn.nc ccrciuonics at several schools in disappointed this time. Mr. Carter' are VcrmHHon, Xov. 1? Clares-- Fays thai there is also a likclihooJ nolm, Nov. J3 Olds, Nov. 21. that the G. X. H. will build across country from Midvftlc on Iho G.X.K. lo Cardslon, twenty-eight mllea. Work on ttc blfi Milk River Irriga lion jfroject IE making good headway. A hoii I tli reo 1 iu in en an d on e and fifty teams are now em- ployed. There is no frost In the grounil yet, and work will be prose- cuted for Iho remainder of lhe month. OVERWORKED GENTLEMAN.HAD EYE ON .THE. TRAIN RE FRESHMENT. PURVEYOR sufiercd agonies Fill nfghl and. in lhc cold gray if awn implored Hran Iu au-rsc; "S Havana, Nov. Felix Dla was staobed by a Mexican at 10.30 o clock tonight. He was wounded t probably not fatally. The attack on Diaz occurred ivhe he was walking on the Malecon, fashionable promenade. He u wounded behind the car and in II neck, besides receiving several b on the head from a cane. Diaz removed to a hospital. His assails: was arrested. Diaz Arrested, TOD Havana, Nov. Felix Dii was arrested here today, and accus' of shooting Pedro Guerrero, the 5'oun ex lea a ivounded by a bullet durin ast night's altercation, in the coui of "which Diaz was wounded slightly. Tells His Story Havana, Nov. Felix Di recovered his composure today at t hospital, to which he was taken f surgical after he had been ded in, the neck in Ike attack on him by Mexican's ]aat night. All that Diaz could tell about the in- cident was that he-anti his compan- ions lycre listening to play- ed by-a .band in the Maiecon promen- ade, th'e electric lights were s'.id- denly extinguished and he was a I tack- ed. He assorted-that ho was entlMy unable to account for ivbat afterwards tappened. HiB ivounds are-not strl- oiis! '-_ GOVERNOR ELIAS M. AMMONS Of Colorado, who has rieclartid a -.tate of insurrection hi the Southern Colorado coal fields aud has ordered .he entire stale militia out in conccc- :Um with the coal strike. 3ver a Quarter of a Million In- vested in Lots at the First Day's Sale KEEN COMPETITION Wireless Telegraphic Commun- ication Established With Outside World Will be a D.rect Negative and Assert Wilson's Position to be Illegal Rome, Nov. ing on Hi Mexican situation today, Oior nale says horizon is dark over Mexico The'situation is brcoinin'c tragic. "IntervcTilion is unpopular and is not debited the United Stales, but it- is difiicull lo aroid ss Provisional President llucrla will not yield." INlOLDlni LETTERS ALLEQED MANY UNEM- 'PLOYED AND PROSPECTS OF A DULL WINTER Nov. In Viirioua parts of Canada recently writing to various papors in this try urging folk, not lo emigrate and jiophcsying a dismal winter fot n any who established themselves re- cently In the Dominion. "There is, no more According to the residenls of Coults there will bo at least one person sorry to see the "Newsy1.1 on thb Coulfs train transferred lo Calgary. particular Individual his for" tho newsy, for many weeks, en- deavoring to catch him In the" net. of smuggling fruit for aalo oh the train in Canada, Slates. The news agent has been suapecled of lee. where he entrair.ed for I.eVh- being nrreslcd .upon his ar- rival ]icre. Jle iras charged with tba Ilicfl of the liioney and overcoat, pleaded gtiHty and irenlenced lo" three months' imprisonment, which term he is serving at the present time. Continuing his euder.ce Ronson jthat he finally recovered-sufficiently j lo he able lo reauh the Marsden home, 'inhere.lie was given an eincl'c.' reviving completely within ;a short time. The cup, whkh was exhibited to Ihe court and jurors, conliined TeTico City, Xov; Prc'sldeni Hiierfa's forrbal negative repiv ro the United .State's demands, whtch was discussed, in .dclail at lasl night's meeting of the will set forlh' that Ihe United Slates has no right, legal or otherwise, to d era and General Huerta'a elimination. The statement was given" "out today from one of the of the.Mexican government. The re'dy. H is said, will aUo point out that ProvisionaVPrejident ituerla has no legal right to accede "to thu de- mands. The information sa'rs it was decided to Incorporate In the icply a declara- tion that General Huerta intends .to increase the Mexican army to" The final stages of the negotiations icUveen >fexico and the United States to bo iiarUclpaleiMn personally at shorl range by John Unrt, He arrived (his morning from Vefa Cruz. Men Silent- Washinglon, Nov. the Cabinet meeting broke up, Ihe Medicine Hat, Alia., Xov. ral hundred people, including all lha luainess men ot Kmprcss and real cs- ate operators from all parts of Al- and Saskatchewan, are at- the sale ol the Empress town- sltc by the C.P.R. at the Curling today. The bidding has heen very, business lois and" choice in- sirte rc-siilential properties. The for- mer went .from J1500 to I33QO a pair, -p.csiilfntial lots ran all the way from to a i'y? desasd very sharp for choice lota close to tbc businc-ss section. Medicine Hat investors got Iheic mrc of the "with Calgary atuut evc-ii !ir ilic'race. An operator named HlcJiarrt Calgary, is said lo have been lhc heaviest, sin- gle purchaser.' About1300 lots were sold today, realizing over-a quarter of a million dollars....... Wireless telegraphic communication will be established belnrtcn Medicine Hat.and Empress; tr.c nfew. C-P.H. tovrri, within a to Mr. S. K: who was .in- strunicnfal in organizing thc; !com- pany here- Forty business men ol this city comprise the-company and he stock was-subscribed in less than hour last-evening. TljC'station here will on lop. oi' the and tbe messages vill te handfcd by tbe CJMI-.- tcle- Daily bulletins will to hoth nislit and morning from It is lliat the ser- vice will'bter be extended into Cal-- gary. Mr. WhiEing stated that "the" equipment loathe plant'could he in- stalled within fifteen days and- by- that lime they would probably faava Cross-cvamir.td hj- U.' A- SmitH, cul of a fcw'cornscl for Ile.w, Bnnson stated that shekels ot duly for aorac.Hrac, but liai1 incapacitated -by lhc special omccr- fallen to get him He alul "cari had- been nrlnk- wilh llie goods, and lo avoid nny ?n Thuisday nlglit. Hwn hid ar- troublc the companv have moved the Instead of suspect lo Calory: '.Tho. special omc- af at s-apposcd. On er has 6onc through the rio-vsy'. he- Friday tO v then back to- the Accident Which Emphasises the Need.bf Hurrying Conslrudion of the Thirteenth Street Subway Thirteenth street crossing came gine pulled tho obflrucllon out of the within ah ace of bilng the icene ol way. The street car was badly bent, one of those deadly level crossing ac- ,one of the axles twisted, aud the mMn cldenls last night, when at 11.20, No. body o( lha car left in a dilapidated 1 car on Ihe llluo line of the street condition, -railway, collided with a C.P.H. freight Accountant Cruikshanks, of Ihe Un the service complete. SOUTH LETHBRIDQE ASSOCIA. TION ENLARGES VOTERS TONIGHT -The CJ.ti7.cns' comraitlee supporting tho Hardlt-Giace-Ketd slalo will short- ly ojien campaign offices in the Hull block, ground floor. memlers were Ehown-novrs dsspatch.j The Ratepayers' es from Mexico City, sayins Hu'erta's association has cxlecded its boun- formal reply would be a complete darles, so lhal H now embraces .the denial lo Ihe United Stales, hut. wtthj out excrptlon. none .would comment. All admitted thai the Mexican sitM- lion had Ven discussed, 'bul 'silence was the rule. MINISTER WAS Edmonton, Nov. 6.- FINEO Hon.. J. H Fioyle, minister of education, and par liament representfltfvc for the Stur- geon district, was found gullly. in the roltce court Iqday of not having tall lights on his aulomobile, and a fino o) }-i.CO, besides the costs of Ibe court, was Imposed. DON'T FAVOR THE. SUGGESTION Washington, D.C., N'ov. Pa that waa swilchlng across Use slrdtt. Ion Hank, and two const-iblcs eolngj cllic Coast and Alaska arc up in armi As it happened there were only three off shift were the only passengers. ths in the one of whom Tho car waa In charge of Molorman carries a bruise ovoc the tye today. HalMday and Conductor Kilmer. the House last week .by Repiesenta.. live Smith, of Mjrybnd, providing for The car .will be laid up in tho shop Inspector of, the street rail cession of Ihe Alaska "panhandle" for two months undergoing system, has to Canada and (Ireat Britain fprthc According to the Information gath- and from the passengers, from o.-ed by the Herald this morning, Iho Downer, .who happened to bo passing longings many shack where, on Friday evening the v ASQUITH anything but a gracious account or re- piles from the store tlress to showed (he cou'rt .what' he con'sMcicil travels In, Canada. under- Ihetr homes on the Canadian sfdc, but takes (o in fulure articles now Ihey dare not afirosg the whether Canada fulfJlu duties to border -with to mudi'ina, a pfri pur- 1 in the U. S. Seolns that thlf wrltw Is airing tils ticws In a semi-official publication In he a The ncway didn't say that ho hadn't purchased goods In the Unites! Slates, -the, place. .Honson The cup in question had frccii urcd di-ring the day by Mean as a con- tainer for tea. It is a common en- bul was the only thc signal lo go ahead when the way as switching In tho limited space left r.as opctied, at the same time giving In lhc yards after.ntgtit freights ar- the -engine ci'fiw the danger signal. Tliero must have teen nome a landing on the part of the engineer. sure wn is aimoit impossible- The accident has svrvort to impress on the iuithortUes' the neccaally ol cir was half-way rushing the conslruction of Ihe Thlr- 'n the. across the Irack, the engine shunlcd Icenlfi street suiway! at a level cross _ _____ ._ sotne ohscrvirs hero aro wondering but, he give llieTC-pprlcr a .knowing' whiskey 'in the had been. lnlo.lt amidships, Tho lug accident at the point in nucstion if thfsc r-rltlngs are a veiled csfforl sniilo wjich said: to slop Ucrraanj-, "ilfc didn't gel rne I alone .vvivh Ilcan (or a period o( I tratti .was; not overturned, hut left is liabl; to happen in .aplte PROGRAMME' UNCHANGED Ixtndon. Nov, legis- lative prosratnme for the ses- sion of parliament beginning Kcbruary 3, was an- nounced H snows that the Liberal government- plans to take up the Irish. Home Rule bill first, and confident'.ol having U through raritamsnt. whole ot the city Euuth of Ihe G. P. R. (racks. It fs understood that the Norlh i.elhbridge .Voters', association will hold a special meeting tonight (or North Lethbridge.residents only, when the quesllon of pultiug a North Le'th- tTldgi- resident in the field for ono of lhc commlsslonerships will more discussed. That's the .campaign news of Ihs- day. .Volhlng startling has developed. The Soulh Lethbrldga' Ratepayers' association met In Flcclwood school last night, and decided that'Centre. I.ctburidgc should into the organization. The executive teo has power to add to its numbers, so Cinire Le'thbridse will foon.be re- nuseulcd. The meeting also decided to hold a rtass. m'ceting to HeaT'a'Tiuniher ol candidates, at the Central school audl-" orlum. A meeting'of the executives will be held on Jlondiy evening to de- cide .the.date and the Dr. Loyering today stated most em- phatically lhat there was no truth In the Ttimor tlal he Is rellring from the field In favor of Blla; Adams. The doctor is In. the field id stay and feels confident of election, tf 4 t.. Jf -J. LETHBRIDOE CLEARINQS (Continued on tnzc liltndjug on two wbeels utitil the en- prccaullon and by 3. The bank" clearings for the week were as pared vfth. JS37.4H.87 for the ircek last tf tf t, .j 4 ff t ;