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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Lethbrulge, Alberta. Mondsiy, November IS, 1013 CENTS. TRANSFERRED TO MEDICINE CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF MONTREAL WAS STRAIGHT ELECTION O Waikenon, Nov. rince Nov. f S. -MeKechnle-, lantl agent here, lias beea" transferred to iledl- cine Hal. ami is succeeded by O. J. Hose. The election of II. K. Trujx. in South Bruce. not be pro- tested. This decided at a meeting of Conservative work- ers a tew days Stephens, lute chairman of Ihe flarucr CotntatRsiouerg, has consented to becor-je a candl- date for .Mayor. v 4 6 -I 'f And There is Stili One Month, to Go Before the Elec- tion Morrison Throws Up Sponge and Macdonald is Once More Vacant CROOKED CONTEST Early Winter Storm of Tempes- tuous Variety Causes Very Heavy Damage SNOW AND SLEET Lake Traffic Demoralized-Read This and Cheer for South- ern Alberta Italutti, Mian., Nov. are arriving in the Duluth harbor tor day from" ten to fifteen hours over- due. A storm is raging, over upper Lake Superior. The weather bureau has posted slorm signals warning vessel captains' of st'jrms on Lake Huron, weMern Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. TELEGRAPH. SERVICE DEHOIl- CliiragG, N'ov. Htvicc. in .certain sections ol the country is demoralised today as the result'of1 yesterday's storms. Damage to the property of telegraph compan- ies is estimated .at several hundred thousand dollars. The most serious condition was re- ported from Ohio and Pennsylvania, which were swept b'y a severe wind sleet storm that carried down many-hundred miles ol Clevclalid and Youn'sstown, Ohio, have been" cut off' Iroin telegraphic I communication since Sunday alter-' noon. Nearly, all 'the wires running t (iut of I'lttsburg arc down. Commun- icaiion York and other eastern 'cities was obtained by' mak- ing detours.ol thousand's ol. miles on southern circuits; and even the-, con- ncclions were frequently broken. The wire service-in many parts'bl CaiAdu was reported in badj coudi- tion. Large forces-of repair men were put lo Two hundred thousand" dollars' worth ol breakwaters and main land comprising'the new Lincoln Park Yacht harbor, were undermined and reduced to the condition'ol an inun- dated flat by the tremendous surl driven by a' fifty-mile an hour gale. Piers, sea-vyalls and piling were wash- ed away all lake front by waves, which lashed the shore for twenty-lour hours. The surf subsided somewhat today, hut a heavy sea continued out in tho lake and few vessels left Chicago har- bor. At.Milwaukee, j, break- water, part of the new harbor pro- ject, was -destroyed, and more than that amount of. damage was "done to shipping. Two deaths were reported here. An- lonio 7-upuys and an unidentified man. J were blown into the Chicago .river and drowned. The. lumber laden schooner, C. J, Buys, which was in distress late yes- terday off Ihe. harbor, rode out the gale In safety and was lowed in lo- day hy tugs. Four men the United "tales Life- Savings crew were aboard, having heen put on lasl night by Uit motor life_boat to assist the, exhausted new of tho Duys. UUKt'ALO IN BLIZZARD'S GRIP I linfialo, X. Y., Nov. lO.-Thp MIz-! zard that has, gripped the mid'dlc; west lor 21 hours, struck Buffalo ear-, ly today. The city awoke lo find a 70 miles an hour gale thai drove be-j fore it clouds of snow' and sleet. 1 Trains from the west, came In cover- ed ice and from three to seven hours Isle. No hoits -were sighted oil tho har- bor today'ami the vmclfss has'becn unable lo.pick-up any steamers .on Lake Kn'c for 21 hours, so It was bc- that ample warnings of the had been 'sent and. all ships vvr.-e at safe It was re- ported from Long I'oinf, Ont., that the steamer Klphfciw, which ran ashore three weeks ago, rapidly rding (o pieces. Keporis of an- other vessel in distress In that vi- cinity could not be confirmed. SKW YORK PBELS IT Now York, Nov. the west were Itoni one to seven, jours late in reaching Now York "to- day. Tho Twentieth. Century Limited, due at 9-10 a.m. was posted, to 'ar- rive between 3AO and MO p.fn, Oth- er New York Central trains were not as seriously delayed. SNOW.A FOOT DEEP PillsburR, N'ov. lo.-Still ih the grasp of a hllzznrd that for 24 hours has' alinoat entirely cut of! IhB i (side woild, Pltlsburg' today is I floundering through almost n foot ol :now arid making every effort lo re- pair the thousands ol-do'lirs of dam- :c and .restore lines of- communica- tion and transportation-' Tony Chernow Frighlfully In- iured While Taking Out Coal for the Winter JIagrath, Nov. Chercow, au Italian, IB lying at the point of death here today as the'result of a frightful explosion of giant caps at the moutu of the Jlclnlyre mine, south of Jlagrath, .yesterday. Cher- nov's body from his knees to his head was literally charged with metal, and It Is little, short of a miracle that be escaped with his life.' JJe was rushed Into the city by Robert Mcln. lyre, where Jnedfcfl) aid was imrfle- physician in.attendance declares that Three Out for Public Work and Two for Civic Util- ities For Klias Adams. C-twee M. Hatch. W. L. ilardie. Jas. I.overing. E. H. Wilson. For. Public Worts A. M. (Jrace. David King. Vernon Pearson. For Public Utilities Comsii Arthur Held. A. Williamson. Provincial Authorities Have Adopted K'ew Set of Rules to Protect Miners Admits Corruption Sufficient to Invalidate majority Over Seven Hundred Edmonton, Alta., N'or. general of electricity in berta mines-it has found Winnipeg, Man., N'ov. Chief Justice and Mr. Justice slllinS as a tribunal under Dominion Controverted Elections to'paES regulations gorernlnc Its' Act, made an order declaring ;oid use- underground. resulatlonsj tfce MacDonald bye-elation held on have recently been passed by the i October 12 last year, declaring that in Council, under Alexander Morrison, the Coaserva- _ xjveo !n Mines Act, and five candidate who led the votiag by come Info bpe-raUdn this month. majority of over seven hundred, The use of.electriclty is prohibited In had not been duly elected, and dtclar- that part pT; any mine where on ac- Andrew VY. Myles and John ULIUI; uu umi .UJILS anu Four, weeks from today is election count- ol riskvof explosion of cas or E. Woods, the petitions, were entit- is slafc lafc to date. jcqaTduit, such' use would be danger-'led to the general costs o! the ac- hut it QUB io itfe. Efficient means, suitable i tion. The court will make a report J. .chance of recovery.ovlding fi mons with- ilood poisoning does not 'set In. The' soon he aule fo sift-out their iavor- law. the system. wherejthls may be neces-) The proceedings of! Ihe court- were Large Number of Prominent Ratepayers Have Signed His Requisition Henry Tennant Was Pensioner British Menv ber Manitoba Legislature ATIONEER HERE Funeral to be Attended by the is Lying on View Supporters of E. H. may- oralty candidate, ate leaving no stone unturned" lo elect their man at the coming flection. The rumor that he was about to drop out of the race had the effect of bringing his support: ers flocking arour.d him, and today J his petitioir with eighty names at- tached is riiadc p'Jbtic.] the petition witL the list ot.sigoa-' tures To K. ir. Wilson We, the undersigned, eair.estly re- quest that you allow yoflrseH to he nominated as a candidate for mayor and commissioner ol flnascc. He think you are 'ivell quali- raopt serious Injury was the deep pen Eary to 'prevent' danger. etralion of a piece of coupcr into the fied to serve in this position, and in heon .identified it over, fasj Mr. Adams says he does cot. 'in- tend to_spend a great deal'of time canvassing. ,Ilc is in'the'field to' stay, the voters know him and'nipst Of them his record on the c'oun- cil, and as mayor for two' eclrlially operated coal cutting mich- CITY- COUNCIL HAD SOME KNOT- TY PROBLEMS AS COURT OF REVISION Names on original Added on Assessor. Jlleech's rec-. 3S07 "Sit liijn.t on thc-'money box everything1 within reason to mate.'the utilities pay the greatest dividends thoroughly organize every meni." Those arc the'main plants of his plalionri. Mr. Adams would not venture' to 220 say what bhoulj be done with'." the waterworks there are too .many Total to date 4027 complications, nut it is cne dcparl- I ment that must receive careful at- Tho. voters list passed the four, tcntion. Uiousand mark at tho Court'of ne-j The ex-mayor iclieves that with vision.- this afternoon, when 220 the present Md of mayoralty'aspir- names were added.- rants the voters ought lo he'able lo There are still thirty namss to ho chooso a good man. lie will he sat- consldercd, but tbe majority of these isfied, if after election day, they are will be Ihrown out, as the applicants satisfied they have done their hest in are tenants who nave not lived In the that direction, city the thirteen months'required by charter. The Court will meet ajaln on FMday, when a ftw straggling caj. ea will be considered.. A Peculiar Cite John Alexander, 530.Twelfth street A North, wants a vote. The property Is assessed In his wife's name. .She hns a vole by virtue of owning the property. Should Mr. Alexander have a That TIRS tlie question that filurriped the Court of Rovlr-lon. Clly Solicitor Ilari ruled tint he must produce rental receipts from Mrs., Alexander. He paid that giving the house rent-free SOCIALIST RAN AND TOOK .OVER 1000 VOTES FROM LIBERALS THE Heading, England, Nov. Un- ig one's or even-paj-ing hycelrctfon ma-ic nccrssarv hr tlie loan on lier property would not M Ts a MouW.not rnaio him a tenant. thc Tinrtiinor nne.'e rclfrt a.-nn' r.m-l..n- f.ft ike to j assume Ihr, lord chief Justiceship The It was sugsesled that Ihe depuly greatest in thecon- relurnlng officer tho roan when icsl, Capiain O, Wilson, Unionise Iw asker! for a ballot papor, Mr. cantuting the scat with votes' Pall sal'! it waa lin to the council lo Gep- Pcalody Gocch, p-Jl the name on ttiq Hat or leave and Ihe Socialist candidate, rvncA a man's name Is on Jlr. Hulter The Socialist' un- Hst he cannot ho'an'orn as lo qual- cvt thr. vole'.. .The Hoclalists made a (calurc- ol the'Marconi controversy in'Wliidi Sir lluliu Isaacs ncurcd, but tr.e t'nion- isls avoided mcnllon ol llarcoai, and maiJo opposition to llome Rule and lie Insurance -Act flieir rail) ing Viy, ifleatlons. (Cottttnued TWO NEW JUDGES Oltawi, Nov. J. Leihy, Regina, and R. A'. Prince Albert, were appointed ID (he dfi- trict court Judgeihlpt of Klntfer. tni Prinet Albert respective- ly. These appointment! complete the Hit of Judges to bt appointed In Saskatchewan. Klnderoky Is a hew dltlrtet, whifc the Prince Al- bert wji causerf by the death of Forbes. Judga li a native of Kail- fax and went to Regina about whtre. he tin been tn- gajed In practice -ever ijiice.. Judge It-an eau'ern town- thip man, but hit practice -has bttn in Prince Albert durlnj the ten Inery Is betas inslalled. AMERICAN FEDERATION OF BOB OPENED IN ANNUAL SESSION AT SEATTLE LA- Seattle, Xov. govern- ment by organized was scor- ed In the report of the piecutlvs coun- cil of the American Federation 'of La- bor to the thirty-third annual conven- lion which began here today. The recent congressional lobby Investiga- tion and the charges of M. M. Mulball. against' ilie N'allonal Association ol Manufacturers formed tho basis of the attack. The report wa3 signed by all offi- cers of the Federation who compose day the meaning oi the dec-lion act. Mr. 5forrison's counsel announced that tho cross-petition ajaiast R. ardson, the unsuccessful- candidate, had bc-n withdrawn'and .that, a can- vass of the situation had failed to elicit any evidence, of personal cor- ruption on his part. FRED BOLCOWSKI CONVICTED ON CHARGE OF DEFRAUDING A FELLOW WORKER "Six mor.lhs' in the provincial jail at hard.labor.1' It was the voice ol His Lordship and he was speaking to. Kred Holcoivski, a Number C, who on Kalur-. was convicted o! the thelt ol council. II dealt ex-j car checks, thereby taking credit, and haustiyely with all phases of labor: receiving pay for coal which he did conditions in the United SUtn and not mine. Insular rosspssions, but made only an The complainant, Xic'i KiAmsVL IncidEntfll reference to the new Feder-1 suspected that someone- was heating al'induslrlal relations commission to the payroll, and set a trap board of 'mediation and conciliation.1! 'or the perpetrr.tor. Instead of send- was !iot read, but a copy was furnished lo each delegate. his car up with only one check, he added another on tho opposite side. Wr.fn Ihe car up to Ihe thews. Thos. Long, riont. W. N'ickelts, Ii..Coultry, Geo. -Wil- liams, Silas 51.. Tuff, A; '.V. Kress, .Ino. Mclntosh, L.'Vtr- krrk, D. 11'. fnman, Jas. Benton, K. A. Crawford, J. i'. Unsworlh, G. T. Smith, 0. Scar, E. A. K. A. A. H. J. W. liartlctt, K.'.Marks, C. li. Young, Wni. Meldrum, Iloht. Barrowman, J. If. Wellington, J; R. Donnan, Hugh Ponnan, Howell Har- ris, Jas. A. Pearson, C. F. Sampson, J. Craipen, Jas. Aslicroft, C. S. Donaldson, Mrs. C. S. Donald-, son, R. Matthews, Hans Matsonv K. Kirkpatrick, David Shorthouse, (ieo. Scolf, Jno. lirrjiton, Geo. Ada ffhitlon, II. G. Kilner-and W. F. Wilson. tipplt there .were two checks on It, but they did not ajrcc. One was Kol- cnski's, but Ihe other Holcow- slii's. He ?iad changed numbers on about twenty cars in this way. Tr.uj evidence of Oco. Coults, the sccllon lorcman, pointed lo a conviction. He had measured Holcowski's cnlry and found that he could not have pos- Kleve, Russia. Nov. Mendel ;sibly.mintd the amount of coal for ncillie acrim'tted on a .charge 'of: which hr had received credil. rilual murder today, amid .scenes of] The accused went oil the stand in Quebec. Que., Nor. features of the Quebec government's hill of fare will bo the creation'of a Road department, the .nomination of. a new member of the and a necessary nve-etecllon. "J. A. teasier, member for'Three Is practically sure of setting Ihe post. His friends already convey their congratulallons, iiicii crv. i. n t The'militant, suffragettes' suipotW Cli G vo d'Eoi''lsr was (ear' nfs but could not make Caplaln.Wlson. just Vetore the Pol's lhc Keparcd.a convincing explanation. Other wit- cloasil a large ol the militants Viol6ncc agalnit the' nesses .were :'.0eo. Slelanuk, tipple- arrliej. The town hall, whore the counting IcioV-pUco, was" strongly guardcil by n.double fotce while the polling places were aalch'cd lor fear ol an a I lack 'on I he ballot Iioxes, The' IJbrjal.oanii'iljIo Mr. (ioDch, was lotmerly a nifmUr for Hal h. lie enlcred the coistllu- ency only on the eve NO TRUTH IN YARN ToWo, Nov. Foreign O.ffjca saye (here te no truth In the report imhltshcd in the United Slntes Hint Japan had reiiiiesttd the. nbrojailon of the nellUs vu on trial on October 8. LONDON BOND MARKET Ixmdon, Nor, are iho and Uobt. Peacock, union check wcighman. The attracled among the miners.' wide interest Another similar case on, record is rjuotatlons of active" Dominion, Pro- ol Peter Jlarok, who was sent) Ottawa, Nov. As the result of a judgment given this morning Dy, the Supreme Court, the protest against P. J. A. Cardln, Liberal member for Richelieu, can be proceeded with on iLs merits. The lower courts threw out the prlltioa the 'Supreme Oourt this morning sustained the pcol taken against -the'Judgment on tlie preliminary vlnclal municipal debentures: jlo 418 provincial jail, for four months :the result that the can now Dominion of Canada, -1909-31, .nor ccnU., 91. Province of Alberta, ten year de- bentures. 1522, .Province rf Saskatchewan twnds, -Manitobs sterling 182S, 93 55. Montreal, 1533..3V4 JKr cenlg., lor ihe ihcll of checks which gaie him credit for SO cents which he hart not earned.' proceeded with.' Mr. Cnrdiii was elected over E. A. Oon- aenatlve, at a by-election.' ESCAPED H-ROM. P" JAIL ,M H third convict to rnaie telSrs in the local jail. The- attempt lo cs ape ton, the- penitentiary wrr apprc- 1 berly wilhln a here is Charles j hendtd an. Hour orsul later, but u r, u .Michael Kroiler, :a rnsoner serving [Kroiftr U still at large' havicjs boJt- wlic i! sentence foMalsepre'-jed early .jcstctdajv The death of Henry Tencaul, coir lector of cuBtons at Coutts, on Sat- urday, removed a man who bad play- ed a big part In hU> life, mnd who was ona of. the best known and best liked' of the. old-timers fa Southern AJhfria. Mr. Tencant was seventy, seven years of age, and althtrjgh lia bad been sick but a short tide, death was not surprising. He bad been Ing during the past year, and the end carce shortly after n.ooi OB Saturday. The body will be brought fo bridge on the.Great Falls train, arriv- ing at 7.15 and will lie on view In Mr.. Felterlv's .undertaking parlors until hour of the funeral. at 10-30 oh Tuesday morning. The requlsm mass will be chanted by HOT. Rosenthal, In St. Pat church, and tomorrow afternoon the body will be sent to Winnipeg Inlerment. Mr. Fetterly stales Uiat-eriry-.cp- portanity will be given for1 friends of. the' deceaEed to see the bpdy-wrille li Is lying on view at bis parlors. A rneetiiij; of a committee of the. local'Veterans Ilrigaije was held this morning- in. the office of .Asjuilh.snd part the.. Veierans will lake lit--the funeral cereiuonies here. The'1', will he borne by Velerans from" Fel- tetlf's unilertAInf parlors to' St. Patrick's chuich, all whom there will likely be 12, "to" be Velerans.. The Citizens Band will lead the procession, all men who can be present who have seen service. The K.N.W.M.P., un- der Col. also he in at- tendance. Alter the church service the Veterans will -.the body, to the depot.- .The' late Heury Tennant was an old Uritlsh. eoldler, and gave bis sov. crclgn and empire good service. lie was assoclalcd with the Army from his youngest days, his faiher having been a soldier. He'could reraeiohef being with-the when he WM nine years of age. When he reaches the age for enlisting Mr. Tenuant joined the ,63rd Heglmenl, and fought In Ihe Crimean war. He rose Ib'uia" rank, of ooloVsergeanL lie Buhae.' lr served it-llh in India, and when he had compleled his rellrtd on pension. He came to Ca- nada about 1875, und settled. In Mini, toba, being all through the Winnipeg boom and the stirring events of thosa days. After the boom he mored to Godcrich, Ont., where he lived for a chart'Umu, but returned to Manitoba, and settled at West Lycne. He WM a Conservative member of the Mani- toba legislature for two was appointed, to-the cus.'omt service, serving for five n Manitoba. Twenty-three years ho w-as transferred to Coulls, one of the most Important .of -western ports, owing lo the Immense traffic from" United States- through that port, since that lime cdnlinned In 'of- fice up to the time of his Hi was not long here before ne won the confldonce arid reipecfpf .every- one, and it can be truthfully said man was more' cpnscle'ntlom In discharge of his dntlet'than Henry. Tennanl. His long tervlee In the Bri' fConttpuexJ on C ATTENTION; VETERANSI 4J, i'. An Invitation extended lo 4 4 all ex-nain anl military men' In ta'attend the fun- V o( the Utt Mr. Henry Tenoant tomorrow morning. All men who have seen service.' whether nwrnbere of the local -4 Veterans' Brigade or not, are 4 'f Included In tho -InvKnllpn. They will meet on'Slith slrcet 4 i South, opposite Kelterly'a-un-' derlaking parlors. At 10.00, a.m. V "_ Major ftrt, Veler- _.v ana'.Brigade.. wilb ff ;