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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE I'AGES Lcthbridge, Alberta. .November 1U, CENTS. Number. 283 Victims of Terrible Storm Wi- Total Nearly Two Hun- dred ANOTHER VESSEL GONE Complete List of Wrecked Yes and the Estimated Deaih List Cleveland, Oblo, Nov. loss cf ihe steamer John A. Me- Gean, operated by the Hutchlnson Steamship Co. here, was confirm- ed by official! of the company today. The ship sank in Lake Huron. It is believed that Cap- Jain C. R. Nye, and all of the crew of twenly-clghi men were The company has re- ceived despatches from Goderich, Ont., saying three bodies have been wathed ashore there. The company received a dls- from Coroner Hunter at Goderlch, which stated that the bodies of three men which were lashed-to a life raft picked up there, teen itfintificd. They were ThomEE Stone, John and Thomas L. Smith, Identified as on the company's payroll. Vienna, Nov. Czar- witch, the Czar's heir and only eon, >cannot live more than six months. Such Is the cplnlon off thf rr.cst distinguished surgeons here, have been called in con- sultation over.the boy, now in his tenth year. They say he suffers from rapi.d tuberculosis of the bones and Is Incurable. liVES KILL jas. Dublin Strike Situation Becom- ing Thous- and Living on Charily London, N'ov. thousand 1 Krnm i-en were added yesterday [jy a n f p p TV. f) from ja.l 5lrute to tU nuaber of men "lit L. F. Mill 13K6 UUl Will Raise Fiery Cross in England DIRE PROSPECTS Ahead cf Mother Country Predictions of Labor Lead- ers Com; True land women estimated at thirty' thousand, uho are already workless owltig to the labor situation in Dub- which has now lasted trarly tLrte months. Jlr.rc than HD.OOO men, women and t-h'.ljren are li'.ii.g on what charity they can obtain. The' trade of the city is paralysed. At the dinner hour yesterday dele- gatjs "from.1 transriortat'on x unions we-rc'around the shipping shed calling on strike all'dwk laborers engaged- there, and the men struck. Grain From Foremost With- out Delay CARS SENT DOWN Riders of Plains Report Depre- dations in Country South of Map-rath General Superintendeiit Cole- man Makes Official Inspect- ion of the New Line vch.'re he was scriiitj a sentence for sedition, lias apparently served to; intensify bitter [celhig ttc lalor of the liCiiish Isles aud a general strive of Uach unionists I throughout the United Kingdom is Magrath. Nov. 12. Information again threatened, brought into town .by riders on the The mcn arc to. great ranches south of tore, tells of fight the lal.or dispute in liublin to the appearance of wolves among the a Hii'sh. An emergency meeting of! cattle, and it Is stated, authority, that quite a-number of mit-tce younc. stock have already fallen a rire-y "to consider a Proposal for to these cunning marauders. On the stoppage cf in tJie liritj miles of Foremost and ou the Lctbhrldge-Weyburn line of the C. P. R. will be served ibis month. This was the Irtimatlon made to the Herald today by D. C. Coleman, gen- eral superintendent of the vision, who, with Divisional Superin- tendent J. il. Cameron, made the first official trip over the first fifty miles i No New Candidates for Muni- cipal Honors in the Twenty Four Hours Count that day lost that does no' bring out at least one candidate for municipal hcnors. Today is apparently lost. The Her ot the new line east of Stirling yester-; aid, in spite of the most strenuous day. leflort, has been unable to find on Mr. Coleman slated that a'definite j who had decided1' tt .the WhiU Houte that PrMident lUtement on the Mexican litua- tlon which was prepared'lo ba Issued today, would not be public "for the Washington, D.C., Nov. teen American refugeei, Including American Consular. Agent payne't daughter, two ,othcr and four aboard the battleship.. Louiilara at Tuxpam, according to a dls- patch to the.Navy'departmenl to. day from- Rear-Admiral Boush. Mr. Payne and others tfecllned to leave. Admiral Bcush. American proptriy in im- mediate i.ondon, Nov. 13. The Times Washington corresponacnl .cables tne ollowing purport of the American, policv in Meiico as formulated by 'resident Wilsoa in advance ot statement be has promised to Issue- to the world within a lew days First-The United. States will In- sist on the elimination, of Huerta and all closely associated with' him from the control ol public affairs, and to secure this end.will spare no 'efiort and will Invade Seiko rndeaToi will made to eltect the .ot HUM I a by financial, pressure, MB other woids, to steps will be- to help the Huetta adauiUtration.trt avoid what seemi inevitable bant' ruptcy. It will be made clear to for- eiCT investors that the obllgitloni incurred by Presidtnt Huerta will not be recognized 'and mutt' Income worthless. financial presssre insufficient to accomplish the end de- sired, the United States Trill resort lo a blockade of Heilcan ports. Meantime, the possibilities ol tho United States navy collecting i might have existed, has passed a all shliilhenta nelns handled without difficulty. Mr. Coleman was of the opinion that the soulh country bad son, It is alleged, pulled a gun and "can customs is seiiously cou- ilred two shots at Graham, both shots siilercd. missing their ma-k. The shooting at- the elimination ot currel at Pashley, cast of Dunmorc, Huerta has been obtained, efforts w.ill Nelson and Betzlimcr were both le directed towards Introducing tprni "i arrested on Sunday. Thex "we're found! one, aecepfablo to both factions to lying In a straw stack near Irvine, and tie lovclver was picked up the next day.' The hearing is being conducted by SEVERAL RELATIVES IN THIS .PROVINCE HAD BEEN A SHORT TIME ILL TAKEN London, XOT. The death took Lou-Jon, Nov. strenuous efforts arc being made to keep the actual facts from becoming public, It la a fact that conditions have not NO CLUE TO PERPETRATORS OF lnVTafe itichard'Tlard- liccn worse In Tlirogihoffon street for n considerable num- ber of years, and the Stock Kxchangc- Is -now facer! with the staggering and sensational BANK ROBBERY AT NEW HAZELTON, B.C. today ol Lady Strattcona, at 28 tlrosveiior place, after a hritl 111- liffs. Her Lartyship, is Lord .Htralhcona's second wife" and isty of Montreal, contracted a severe ti.illv io.-.dcd. Her chief was "It-'loois as. the Kcnna adm Mr. ot.c ol the oJTicials this Mr. is dlsinflired to" ellii-o (hat Ih' upUitr.cd lo.it Is Ihe lie- 'f Kin-, Wlliii- tn a'mil'that :'-i.HcAina is" fioha'.ly lost. teretl will resign at "the end of the financial year 'f nejt March. 'j The fa ringing with which newspapers refuse to print, and which brokers won't except, among themselves. ou cold last Thursday, which a few days Inlo inonia, 16 wlileh her Ladyship suc- Vancouvcr, C., Nov. 13.-Up to curnhed l.ady Sfrathcona was this morning none of the .-four ban- in her 89th year, tills who broke into and robbed the Tho remains will be interred In hraiirh of the Union bank at New Highgafe cemetery probably, next Ilazellun Tuesday evening had l.cea nrrcslcd, and those suspects who Nov. late Lady w.rc ta'tfn nto custody Ha'.-: Sttathcona was a sister ol Richard (IU.n and Now itelfxm on Hardisly', chief factor ol the Hud- of the robbery have Leen relc.Vscd. son's JJay ccunpatiy in Edmonton. The amount which the bandits got .She IS an .ai'-ut of Uichard and Percy awny na'S .5K.180 'Inst-.'a4: '61' Hard sty of Kdmontcu and Mrs. Gra- v cs nl f.rst rspsitol. ol C'aljaty., ine neanng is uciiio cynuutipu uj S-noemhotham. J.R. and H .s expected that Nelson will be tried at the present sittings of Ihe Supreme Court. view of.tho fact that grain shipments wcro twice ns heavy as last year.' Tbcro allll -remains a large quantity of grain, to be marketed, although the rate at which It .Is being shipped has fallen off in tbo post few days. Mr. Coleman naively avoided the subway question. Ho Is well pleased with the conditions In the south, nnd predicts a prosperous era for Sunny Southern .Alberta. His private car was tho first passen- ger coach to traverse the new lino, After conferring with VlcePresldont, George liury lor a short tlnoe this at- Icrnnon, .Mr. Coleman and Mr, Cam- eron left at 10.40 for the east. SENTENCED TO DIE EDMONTON' NEW POSTMASTER Edmonton, Nov. S. Armitronj, drugoltt and ex-Mayor of the city, hai received notice of hr> appoiniment at pqstmastor for Edmonton In suceexslen tntittif who recently re- elgntd.'' MK-'-Arntitrong V.-III ivmt office at Diict. Montreal, Quc., Kov. Cross, aitttnp; in Ihc court of King's Bench this morning, sentenced Wll- CinipheU, tho rdeath, for the murder of George Mulr, of which ho was convicted this iriornlng. Campbell was tried for tho murder of Geoige .Muir, who had supplanted him as the lover of Lilly white1 with whom Campbell had lived for a while... The execution Is fixed for December FOLLOW .BRITISH SYSTEM Washington, B.C., Nor. col enlal .form of government of United States' insular possessions, similar'to '.hat which Kngland has given its ov- erseas favored, by S retnry of War aarrlaon, assunie the provisional presidency un dcr thfc protection of tho tlaited States. Wilson -requires. jenrral election to be held and a new tonjrcss and president elected. Sixth-It will be made clear to all, foreign nations that nothing will in- the United States to acquire territory as a result of Intervention. IS 'HUEKTA LKAV1XQ MKXICO 1 Jfcsico City, Nov. is a persistent .but unconfirmed ruinot' that President Huetta will sail bV thc Dmnnrck from .Veta-Cruz on Saturday. CANNOT LOCATE HUEHTA City, Nov. morn- ing passed with no Indication from Prcsidtnl Utrerta that lie intends to accede to the American demand that he n'le-vent the newly elected-f-ofigrcsi Irom convening. When John Llnd early yfsteiHay sent a no'tification to Huc'tta .-that the t'nlted States government would have no further parley with the Mex-1. lean government unless the al'r'csiacnt replied to the American liemat.ds by six o'clock last nijhl, fce aHo indicatoil rtat the .Mexican gov- ernment roust inform the members til the diplomatic corrs of. its respect ;lo the .congress .by (Contlnqtd ;