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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME vi. TWELVE PAGES Lethbrlilgc, Alberta. Wednesday, November 12, CENTS. Number 282 IN THE FIELD __. A Nearly. Solid Vote .Would Name the Board of Com- mssoners 495 ON THE LIST Candidates Will Likely Ho.d Meetings for Ladies Spec- ial Benefit "11 the women voters uf this city get into tliis campaign in a solid budy they can elect any stale tliey Yiiat statei.ienl- was made Ijy one rally this morning and concurred in ti.v two or three others who were seen by tbc Herald. There arc 195 women voters on the list.' 01 these at least 300 arc resi- dcnlx in the city and sbouid mark their first ballots on December Sth. The ilislribution fit the women vot- ers according to polls is as follows Subdivision A'A H Subdivision A. Silldiiision II Sulilirisiori 0 Sutduisipn 1) Subdivision K Robbed Union Bank at New Hazetton on the Grand Trunk Pac.fic 67 103 211 Total 105 Who contest the Commissioner. ship of Public Utilities in this cam- paign Who tccfpy announced himself a can IN THE FIELD SHOT THE CASHIER 3ix Foreigners Have Been Ar- rested on Run- Bailie ilAVOH ON' THE THAU, Mayor. staled this moining Ex-Alderman is After the Com- missioner of Public Works lob It secips impossible to compile a N'cw Ilarclton, H. C., Nov. 12. The Union bank at New lour miles' i'as.1 ol here, was robbed last evening by live ims'icd IUCT, siiuiably fur.'iguers. The mui slut the cabhbi. wounding him seriously, but not lalallj, and made v.ilh the booty amounting to S10.0CO. Th; rob- bers were at work in the bank C o'clock, whrn Cashier 3kOi.Cf.-i re- turned unexpectedly iioiii dinr.cr surprised thim. One of the men.open- ed fcrc anil the bullet, stdiing the eyts, gl downward and in bj- low, mailing an ugly wou-d. Tho men esrated white tbe was uncori- si-'ots. Citizens attracted by the armed ll.cir.sclvrs and h'jrried to Hi; ban't-iusf as tl.c robbers were "1 he citizens oper.rd fire on the mrn, v.bo in a Sole Through a Well Known Winnipsg Agency lo New York Financiers -WERE.4 1-2 PER CENTS Were Sold il is Said at Better Than 94 Bodies of Men and Pieces of Wreckage Floating to the Shore SEA STILL HIGH c- j f hat's the Slogan of Aid Society Should See "Point (Special to the Man., N'ov. was] leained Icday that the Alberta gov-1 eminent have sold through 1 the Koyil Canaiiir.n Agfncies oi nircg lo a 'New York house. The is- sue amounts to is for ai term cf ten years and bears 4i per j This" is the first time in years! hat Yorli'has negotiated a pro- incial loanV The price is undpratood .o Lc the-best N'cu- York could give and is'bctter than St. The esact price could not be ascertained. Legislation was passed at the last session pro- tiding for this, sale.. f.l.O. HAMILTON Chairman of Water, Light and Street RaiT.vay wV.o will contest I the Public Utilities Commissioncrship (_.__._ Indications Point to Heavy Toll of Life in Lake Gruesome Finds thai he "did not intend to lose the list of caadiilatcs in this1 campaign rtip.i'.iu> batfl: with tbe Grand T -was sent An active "campaign with a lo baling two as mem- bers cf the Gait board, when tec- eeV board at the "l beginning, of1 by the.'success- A'd. said be lirid tin n rcc to lac'Ic a tnEel'nj (ir thc'wotnen .Voters. Lusi vcjir niayorjlty cIM cj' if if :iTt- among tlici afcsi a coTdiarinvitatioTi to lh? women cf city lo attend tfcc meetings. The uiectiug in ihe 'Ccnlrat svhopl tomorrow night is as a good time for Uiem lo start. However, the Indies arc goiug to take, a haml iti the" game stnrTng to- luotrcnv artcTncoii ulicn the Women's Civic Club holds a .regular meeting fn ihe Y.M.C.'A. They arc going to discuss the matter among the jnein- hcrs la.hfu Ihtj' hope to (iccidc ..to Mel a meeting will L_i address- ed by the oamlidftfi'S. I'iChliScnl Mrs. Heiil leaves this "with her hiisb.ifjd for a trip to Ihe nest :mrt will not lie picsi-Eit, but the meeting is treating quite a stir anior.g -those lady voters belong lo the club, ant they look for a packed hall. TIic Herald cndea' fd totlay to find out if a mere man reporter wouM be allowed lo at- tend their deliberations, but a indefinite answer. I! he litvl -the nerve to sliovr up at meeting, they said; the matter w Piatfotm of Public Service Well Done London, Onl., N'ov. other' horrihle lake tragedy was ailded lo the Ions list, re- salting from the blizzard of Kunday.night, .when wreckage from the James Carruthers, owned hy the St Lawrence Chicago Steamshtn Lines Co., and ol'tTated hy the 11. E. line, washed asbore." That she has foundered, a few mites oft Codcfieh Harhor, seems a certainty, and "her crew of 25 men, headed hy j Caiitain W. C. Wright, of- To- ronto, have heen given up as losl. I'ort Huron. Mich.. N'ov. lo warn other vessels to keep their because .-every can- didate waiits the "do hold .economics. F. W. DoVvner was appointed matter before the Wo-; of the Hospital 'Aid society'and byc-elcclion' in Keighley was necessary hy the appointment UNITEO STATES AND GERMANY i IN TANGLE OVER CAN- ADIAN PULP PRIV-. ILEGES Tl l-.v object ai ladies icel nfrt at. that il Berlin, Nov. most-favored nation clause in international treaties t became, again today lhe subject of tie-1 goliations between Germany aodi the United unfler a clause of the' Canadian American merit. It Is pointed out here that, the Un- ited Slates applied to Germany for full equality of .treatment under the with u.i M.UL lluckmasltr defended seat against W. N. Unionist, securing a majdtity of 825, which majority has how increased to Tiie total vote polleti nt the former election was 11.961. whereas registered at Hie present eiettion, an increase 267. .make one have a case of. nerves, and public utilities contests seem to i able, lo get away .without, such ru- mors. They are there ..to stick evi- dently, and everybody fcnows It. George M. Match is tbe latest may- oralty candidate to he .restored, with the drop-out rainor. Mr. Hatch wants it Id be slrictly understood that he is not a quitter. He may h? knocked out, but drop out? Never! -He has delegated the Herald to mention thai faci to all Iht people, lis admits it -vvqul.d be a lunp Job lo see all the yolers who are in the city, of the 40CO. individually. 'Incidentally, Mr. Hatch will he something elsi in'tbis race be- sides an also-ran, lie claims the hon- TWO MAYORALTY .CANDIDATES treaties negotiated ;y Germany wllhj CONFIRMS REPORT OF CANDIDA- AODHES, SOUTH LETH. W'LL BRIDOE RATEPAYERS CENTRAL, SCHOOL IN. HIS HOLINESS CAVE TKfM PLEASING' RECEPTION AND. WAS GIVEN A -CHEER.! gnrding wood plup. W.lien 1 States later the standpoint that Canadian wood irnlp nnd reciprocity did not come within the province of A meeting of the South Letbhriilgc. most-farorcd nation clause, Voters' association will be held on ire oencf'ts were not available to Thursday evening, aC 7.45 ILin., in Iho r.aiions having such clauses. In 'their Central school. -Messrs. and trc.illcs with (he United Stales, Oer- Adnms, mayovally .candidates, have- many also announced her'.ndoptton o[ consented to appear on the platform, n ne7r' {nterprctallon of'the _trealiCF, M1HIS ON II or of having been LelUrldgc J also Mr. Vefnon Pearson, is try- ing (o secure Hid-Public Works de- partment.- Kacli of the sneakers men- tioned will have lime allotted to him Sweden la nlr'hja opinions, ami various trial- treaties. Icrs Intcrcsling lo the voters will. Home, large, party of come for djscuEslon.' irril American blue-jacVets ivas received the association- decided at their TCM (his nioriiing in. private audience'by isst meeting to enlarge tt.iclr houmlar- Popr Tins. The men were conducted iMj n (s no..v opCTi for Oli voters lo by (Japtirjn Win. J. S0uth o[ Ihe'raiiwaj lo enroll: SbM-.rll, ol Ihe Florida, ror raemhcrslilp In the as. i urd were presented lo his liolmess by which will (pst them 25 Mnnslgnor Tlioiiias V. Kennedy, Inr of the Arncrlc.in cnllcrc in Kcnic.; reception M'as held in the rapai i aiiarlTiirnts. The Pope was rnljerf in uliilc and was accomiianieJ by Hie major domn of Ihii Vatican and a 'Ic- (aclmffit of Swiss guards, lie srokc with Ihc American officers And im- parted to them and fo nil the men Di'.hlin, Nov. fortitude of r.drair.istralion, lie decbres, ..finished KOOFFluE from American Import- ers parl of the reduced rates on siecls, jonspra( (0 sianil. 1 led il an im- Ellks, and other, ankles, accorded lo ppriltivc duly to respond to the ap- and Japan in the recent pCil] 0( many and lo oiTcr my sort ices lo fin- iity ol. I.clhhridgc. In Ilii formatiic pfriod of fity life tliore is ffr liiph moral idfals in all civic acthilirs. The campaign, so far as I am concerned, will be con- ducted fiom a lofty platform. 1 am to a of my sup- j I porters loriighl my program, and Icr tiial inccling I stall submit lo the clrclorale'n full outline of my chic pla.tlorm." f.. HAMILTON TO RUN ket means. ;'l Mr. tlalch claims EARTHQUAKE IN PERU WAS AT. .TENDED BV SERIOUS LOSS OF LIFE. .lust at the liO'Jr of golnj; lo press this 'nflc'rno.Rii, the tier- aid that Aid. X'. K. ilton would ue a .candidate fov tho Public Olilitics .Commis- sioncrship. Wlicn seen by a reporter, Mr. Hamilton was loathe to Probably It's the' least another tar.V11' before tha identity of Its .overturned steamer a tew miles north pi hero will be defin- itely known. The lug BpoTl, with a diver aboard, vlsiied th'e wreck tliis forenoon, but. the waves were rolling ten arid .twelve feel high, and it was impossible for the diver to get close to-the derelict The revenue cutter Morriil, was also compelled to stand helplessly" by. Tho diver will be-sent out-again..tomor- row. .The caplains of ilie tug, the revenue cutler and the crew all be- lieve that the wreck is that of the fin- gina, of [be Merchants Transportation Co., of'Toronto. An official of that company, who has visited tae- wreclj does uot agree with them. Heavy Loss of Life Ooderich, N'ov. from points along tbe Canadian shore oj Lake Huron, point to a heavy loss of life and shipping In the recent storms. Seven bodies from thft schooner. Charles S. Price, have1 coma Ashore below Grand Hend. Wreckage found here indicates iiiat the James Carmthers. the largest Ca- nadian freighter on the lakes, has been lost. Some Strong Evidence _. Ixmdon, Ont.. Nov. Theory thai the upturned freighter met her doom In a collision during .Sunday's and that she is the stcacier Ho- 'glna, of Toronto, is considerably strengthened today by reason.of the fact that bodies, identified as seamen of ttic-Uegina, and also of tho Cliarlea F. Price, are being washed ashore be- tween Port Frank and Grand Bend. Twelve bodies have been washed ashore within "a distance, of five miles from Iheso two steamers. Two of the houies wero [ound in one of the He? gina's lifeboats, hi'dicaling' that a rcrale allempt was niaile by the mill lo reach shore after illsaster. Two oars have also floated In, while packages of freight; are being washed up. all from the Heglna. (Continued, on pajc ueen J'hlef Exccutlre ot .he most .'import- ant year of Its history, lie "strenuous" also. The people had decreed, ho EaM, that the city should spend over a million dollars fcv Im- provements in and the-conncll dIJ It. in the.rnltldle ot t'r.e u-ork liie bottom slnrttd to sag. oat Tbcrc hni! down, vlesvins Us aUmlnlalratlon afr lev a year when peoi'le have tanned to. what a stingy money inar- Lima, Peru, N'ov.- Ten towns were destroyed and several hundred I.erscns killed in an' cart.ho.uake, which occurred last Friday In the mountain- 1 otis Peruvian provluce's of Ay.maras. N'ews of the disaster came by The number ot known dc.ld the courier left 120 As Ihe sailors left f-.c hill, they eave thtie cheers for Ihe I'opf. 6 London, Nnv. is slated Hits best aiilhoriiy that tlie DuVc TO FIGHT THE WHITE >LAeUE Sjlthsrlilnd New York. N.V., Nov.. (Justin the Cniiidian caV YK-k enlarged Its faculties for the teM lKci trealmenl of tuberculosis today, by h ld a., y.rfA opening new hosplUil on Canada, particularly in the North- .survivors are living In the. Slaloii Island. The hospital Is at'wcsi. irr ]atc 11-jVc was fce'cnly lu-'snii arc' great privations. I. believed' ,ev, "lal more bodies would be.rc. from the wrecked towns. The Corners, swept by sea (crested on to The government loday fornrarded n breezes, and called "Seavlow." Klflily particularly, of time expired quanllty ot iirovlsionr, >jtbnls olrMdy have been admllled. .solilicrs I npproprl.itcd a relief fund. has OFF OH IP Mrtli'.r liiat no man can arrogate to himself tlie '.f "economy" plank. Thai saving clause r arises from circiixstancea I'lr.ii'ch no individual i'.in liave coii- f X; "I said Mr. llalcli. "liiai a ff i man wno can give the; city dollar for X! rlollar when there la plenty of money bad lo have Kiiperintcr.rlent Arthur HeW anil Mrs. Heiil Irll (his nllcrnoon lor Si (rip lo the west. S.upt.'.Held has liccri ordered out of town for a few wccss by liis doctor, llr harlv ed' joins to h-s pannls .n Kt XcK'loundlatid, but fs nn- t ntle lo late such at thn S.oL lields Illness v by EO mnny rcople lo allow his namp to slnTid tliat he felt he could not keep out of the figlit atiy longer.