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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUK DATTA' IIEIHNDGE- With Probnlilv One or Exceptions, Every Name in the List Represents a Candidate Who Will Stick lo the One Seems to be Working for Commission Only and There Will be a Great Scramble to Cct Inside the Prizes Sorne voting today. A cUwen members ot tl.e Century more to fo'ilow. it shctv- your friends lhat you atc-.a Hvc. wlie. If yc-jr r.atce is re tho V.fl, back it ap. rvn't ilepynd upon frauds to do all the work. Prepare your b-jdseL to exye.ndlr.rres of Kfter you win it. Gel the votes now. Jloa't hold back one subscription at the close of "tho second period. Tbe tecret of your ie r-crfectly >OLJ tell s'.rcnsth yourself. Xo one call even many votes it -will require to "lind" the U aayono fcnew, it "wouldn't be a cosiest. The votes viil turn the tricfe.' The below shows the way the candidates Kislrthelr supporters to lire up their strength. _ MISS VERTA PIC'K'EL, MR. CHAS. 917 Sth St. S...-............... MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, S37 ISih 3t. MISS MARY McDONALD, auirmore, AUa........'..... MISS HOSE HAHKER, carditcn, Aita MR. WM. H. HtNCLEY, Mtgrath, MISS MAYME McMAHON', Barons, Alta........................ 123.SCO MR. EDGAR SAINSBURY, Crsnbrook, B. C......... MR. WALTER OBOHS'E, IQIh SI. S........................... MISS ETHEL L.-RAMSAY, St. Klldi, Alta..................... HISS M. E. SIMPSON, MR. EDWARD READ, Pinchtr Ststisn, Alberta.....J. MISS ETHEL SAUN.DERS, c23 10th St-.S...................... MRS. L. a. SPARKS.'RJyraond, AIID..V....................... "MR. GERALD MRS. A. B. PIPES, 4H'5tti Avel S.' MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th St. S... C. P. R. General Superintend- ent is Optimistic About This City Tlmr-fday. U. S. Policy in Mexico Defbed 120.050 MISS EVA MISS FLORENCE' SHAND, ijih'st N; MISS LAURA TELFEB, MISS BESSIE BEATON, rSO 10th St. S.. MRS. O. H. BENSON, Diamond City, MR. WM. Alta. j MISS MAGGIE MOORE, 1731 Sth 6.... MISS HELEN LEE, 20S Sth Avt. 3.. MISS CLARA BJOHKBLAD, 1220 5th''; Avt. S THE SECOHO PERIOD SCHEDULE ENDS. NOVEMBER 17th BUT THE CONTEST DOES HOT CLOSE UNTIl DECEMBER 1st 52.000 B. of T. LUNCHEON City Solicitor Ball Explains the Features of Our City Charter Mr. I.iud Mfiico City last aad is now in Vtra Crut. Xel- sna Cbar-t Af- fairs of tie l.'nitfj States legation, awaits bstructions !rura VVashiufton. It is that iuston will rinslicct Mr. O'Shaujh- ncssy tu cloio the cuibaisy or turn it over to; the kgatK-n oi irieaiJly poiver. All speculation as to the lulurc is ifinpeied by some douM as to the slite ut attaiis it the national pal- Kepresentations made late yesterday afternoon m Loiti Liud Nelson that in Provisional L'rrsidttit llu- rri.i Jiad not apprised of ll'.e Ultimatum frum Yi'ashicston. This appears to Le uirtjs'anUatfil by statements made al Ihe niput- ufljces there'today. H- was that AdoKu Ue U Lama, Mexican minister of lUiar.ce, himself had in ihf search for "Other cilies o! Alborla are regard-'HuErla ar.d up to a late hour bad tried lu not succeed in (indiog timi either at rut, tfcp national palace, at Ms-homo- or LetUt-rldse wltL Ibe adoption of com. My o! bf wis roission jovcruiniut. 1 atii oftca asScd arcustomed to i why cities "do uot ccnduct their af-' t-tarly in the et'eniiij; inacy fairs In" such a business-like ncnner lltre !lad his as a ruse on the part of :ld as ar.d other corpra- lte Uie Uons. Wlthpal faying that they do iroui the United States, but tide not lieliovc tie tro-jWe In soy- to reason that, crnlng a city tbe fact that his the United' States. arrived at the point of mptmo ia orriclals arc not Shen so ,nu.h iree- their thc vnovviedgl! dora as a ralhvar oHiclal. A vailway oi the provisional f.resiJrnt llex- niau ia given cliargc of a cerialu of'vorlc. acd his seniors look to LEAVE suits witbout loterferbs Kllh his tioif'in v "ft u laetiod of obtaining tiioie results. U entlj. there less petty carping at civic. ia fortcon and Dutaneo to leave in our cities. I believe we 1hos, on o! tfcj would set better rssulis. Uuder vour hostilities lliwc: The Mciican dip, new charter which his been explained representative liave nude fm- nere today, I believe you are paving andal and other arraniniseats tor tho way [or eelltagTeEuUs trillion! loo the purpose of to" der much inttrteraace." j the waro'ings given Superinteniient Coletnan.' of tie C.! to Ux (ferraan lesidbts it is poini- P. R., together with Divisional Super- ed prorcd iiuilK'is, as four intendent of Medicine Hal, Germans tttendefl the'-Eoard ot Tvade and in commenting on the commission DEALIXG WITH COXST1TUTIOX- Khlch had been ihe subject; of j --U.ISTS an a'ddre'ss bv City Solicitor-Ball; the' >ov. 13. Proposals keoerarsuperintendent made the ab- "f" ,to bTe'statemut. This was Mr Cole-''sts .William Dayard Hale, mail's first appearance at-a public' repre- function In. Lolhbridse, although he'' Ftnl3UNc' a r'nal thal hopes to be considered as "much a cltt- thc ncw Mexican confess he dis- zen of Lcthbrldge as ot >ny oth-r city solved hccause of questiocs of its il- in the province. Icjiltt transmitted through -John Speaking of the future of the city' h'Kd cilf. bfougM the he that, wiilo several western cities have, diEcoaotKl their- future, Ihe general impression aei abroad ID the' province situation forward another leir- luiure, :ems to he' the two .Tiioilicial that States; without 1 eavoys Toll of Death on the Lakes irons' front "JAS. Car- THE CREff Of '.THE CAUrU'THERS" It is "certain that-.' the tbe largest Ca freis'ater on the lakes, wcit down in Sv-nday'a stonn.-. She v.as by the St. lAvttxt and Chicago Js'avititlon complnyi The c-rew ivere: W. H.. Wright, Toronto; V. firri mate, Midland R. BoutHier, miate E.. J. Odcll, chief engineer; Vi. Uuuiley, second engineer M. Iteary, C. IiM- gar. C. Wilkes, J. Orainger, E. iHughfs, X. J. O'Con- nor, 0. Veterson, Scott, R. Mc- Uillan, H. Thompson, B. Walter, iMirilcer, E. Spears, J. Crossley, J. Tierney, f.'Jlan, H. Dalcey, H. M. (.'orbelt acd J. O. Evans. BIGGEST IN' CANADA Toronto, Ont., N'ov. Jas. Carnslhers was the highest vcrstl tier constructed in Canada. She was ccnVtrMted by the Collingwood Shlp- kuiliins company, at Tollingwood, and put io'cpmraiisicn in July liat. The boat and cargo are-valued at over Ir.iursncc Less up in Mlllbns- Toronto, Nov. the stand- of marine fDsurauceaitii, the bridge has not done so. and that this of addressing Either laction plice will soon come into iU ovn directly, has .made acothrr move to City Solicitor Ball's address ou1 a settlement cl the ro- charter wis concise and lo the'Voint.; the Sonthnn (He cleared up Eomo of thc 'mysteries, I Mr. vts.presenting a Jnication, ernbooy Wilson's ideas' and astlng (or e assurances fhat tlie coistitu- thicg poasible to hare the best men have arisen owmz-'to lack ot imdmunding'or sime of the r.ow! features, aud characterized the new [legislation as the nearest approach to Abraham Lincoln's definition of [elected, so that the charter might reJations prore to be the success U poasible sibly to tbc w :for_ IT lo be, and to this end ijetty.embassy j A rejection-by HuertaMnigM- in- ivolve'an abrupt -termination of 'all him, ez tending pas- of America I quibbles must bs forgotten during the ampaign the course of his address lie Plies Quickly Cored At Home Jmtant fWllW, Permanent Cufe TrM Mulled Frw to ".'Xll in Pfaln i The Pyrimld Smile Slany cues of Plica liavo been cured a trill package of Pyramid Pile frifbout further treat- Event .When it orovos Its value to yn. set from yrar fr5c a hor and ie sure gr-t felrid you'.aiik for. Simply Ml out free co-jobs' ana mall tcday Ksvo...yourself from the surgeon's ini.lu torture, tbe doctor anil -r-FBEE PACKAGE PYRAMID DRUO COMPAKY, 402 Pyramid Bldg, .Mlei.. JCtadljr esnd rae a Pyramid pile Remedy, FBBS. in pliin CXr 8Ute...... I oxpreraed J bonus lop Thc American government IB a till tfesirons that tie revolution be set- 'tled by (he OXHE1MVAY TO CANADA Thii pretty and simply dresied girl is not an Irish Immigrant, but Mij, Margery Maude, who is now playing with great success at leading lady under her father's management The photograph. Wat taken Oisiri tbe Virginian during the voyage. Mr. Cyril Maude is lure to have an enthut- lirtlc welcome-wherever he on his long Canadian tour, who before- hli departure from England honored by a command performance of "The belore the King and Queen. STEAMER .RUSHED INTO HALL FAX HARBOR FROM MID- OCEAN .K.S. Nov. lha forward hold converted into a fiery furnace by spontaneous combustion ot the cotton cargo, the British steamer Muirfield made dock last evening, af- ter steaming "Icr a hundred rtilles at full speed froni mid-ocean. She is lad- en with fen. thousand bales of.cotton, worth threequatters of a million dol- lars, from Savannah lor Havre. First knowledge of-the fire came Monday night, when the ship was a JlaErath, Alta., Xov. Christ- who has been running a thresh- inj outfit In the Magrath district this fall, met with a very painful accident yesterday, when hla arm was broken, and bis face and head badly lacerated. His arm. was struck by a large belt, and the force of the- contact threw the unfortunate' man against, the 'separa- tor, his head striking the edge of a shaft. .He'was rendered unconscious by. the'blow, aud "wag In a partially comatic state when a doctor arrived. Latest reports are to., the that he is Improving as ivelT be ex- pected. Another accident occurred yesterday also.Jn wh'tcti Horace Rlrie, tbe ten- year-old son of J. B..Klrte, broke jiuniiti'i uiguL, nueiL IUB auiy naa A week'out. -Hatches wera battened and I appears lhat Ihe ioy sleam.lhroiigh a was ap- "restlmg with ar.olher lad on the arrival here two more pete of steam'were attached through the hold to the.burning cargo. The fire IE well under control, and tbe burning bales win be saved. The Muirfield within three weeks has been twice on fire. On October 25. the Mulrlield arrived at Savannah wllji fire In her coal between decks; tbe coat was discharged, and she pro- ceeded to load cotton. losa on the vessels damstoJ or' wrecked in Sundays bif picric will i'_ bo moat severa and aHhsusli no de-' finite estimate bis yet btai mvie, !t la ielisvc-J that the total will aggre- gate, at to 13.000.090 !n addition to the cargo which is val- ued at to rrem eicjity lo ninety per cent of the loss will. It Is-'uBderetooJ, ha shouldered .by Engllih and American companies. of. Crew Found Port Huron, Mich.. Nov. re- port reached here Ibis afternoon lhat 18 bodies from the -ileflean had bees wished aaho're'at Qodorich. Wire communication' with was in- terrupted, howerer, .and the report could not be confirmed. Seas -tclfcved that tho bodies were thrown up on Ihe ?hore yesterday froni otitr vessels. Tho Northern Kins passed down saffly a tew hours after eha Itad been repcrtftd missing. .Tho report that 6wJIen from tho ttearaer MrtJcaff hart been Jouna near Oodwich, was eor.8rme4 this a'ter- noon. The bodies of alletat 20 m-m- bcra of the McOca'n's crow hivo been found en the beach. Complete Roll of Doth A total at least 11 veuela ar.d 175 liven wt-re lost in tho great hliz- ziM that the. Great Lake? from Sunday mill Tuesday, 'Is Indi- cated In tie compilation today ot re- ports rccelvod (torn points on the lakes. In addition, twenty-one ves- Mil were partially or wholly destroy- ed, their crews encapinf. Tlie Kit ot lost vessels and their dead IB ajv Jiortfoned S3 follows: themselves, tte view that tie anil- but the interDa'.Jcnj.l placed on tbe slat- that have aristn fn .cosjiection with j government- considers illegal zse saiii Ho have pronpled tlic'Wathinston sd-i jministiation to seek definite assur- ances (torn the ntes by Ihe r-Tovlcclal government at disturliances in all parts ol'the re- lifi session was one of tie" best public and thc threatened tingle over ci business that could have- o[ a aew congress whbh .4- TONIGHT'S MUNICIPAL The .meeting in the Central 'i school auditorium this evening which 'will be rlddresaed by Candidates Adams, Wilson and ff Fire In the staMcs at Oakvilfe, cause.'! 511 ijQft loss nfgnt. through His day sufierlng toilurn fioi Ume oeclc due to kidne trouble. Mrs. Wiko found Hit way to cure herself ami gladly writes it so tint olherj may te induced to the same remedy. i.; I very much witu a Riclc. I xivlscdby a fricnJ toirvOIN Plf.I-3 ud Idid. Thef.rstfcoiifo-anitfielp-d me vety much and I fo-jr.d whia I lid taken t'ie secojid, 1 "was completely P.. If CIS PILLS rip nnt do ny they T-ill-lcl IK know, we itlll 6 for A. "JM Natlr.nol nn-.K ihl Chemical Co. of WMdj, Toronto. or Sectctaiy Dryan to be- f-' lore the constitutionalisls fs cot'dis-l closes hi-re, hut Ihe -impression rails that the United States some promise that they would con-' duct a< an early a (air and fwo election. 1JFT. KlIU.mGO ON" ARMS Lifting the embargo on arms is one of the prominent possibilities ii; the constitutionalists and Ihe Am- erican government can arrive at a "at Ma story ucdcrstandlng. There Is rope on the part oi many officials Inat (he mere opening of negotia- tions with tl.c co.iKlitulionallBls and insurances of moral support to their ii-M may influence not-only Htcrta's JctireT.cnf, but the choice of a pro- visional president who would to ac- ceptable to the Conslllullonilisls. No officials uouM comment on tl.c tfevdopi.ients today upon Hu- eilas answer to the late mromiwi- catior, depjcds the next it'cp from the dniled Slatos. IWarc support to the consti- It I'tufdcnl will make a rccltinR (he (utilc efff.rls t f this govtrninrnt t.) with liuetia. I'orf.mo'jlh, N', H., Nov. capture of tfie. Mexican City of Tui- pam by th; rebels under flrncral Car.- Agiiilit was predicted in a radi- osit.m from the United .Sfaies bat- llrship Loulslann, at Tuspain, which wan pinVed up by wlrelfsj sUtfM heic today. WHY FURTHER ABOUT THAT DIMMER? LET US HELP YOU Come In bore today am] u-c will nliow you eoino of tho dsllclous lhat arc pleasing olhor BucceWtiil htfiienlvcs fn this town. THE LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET John Murphy, Prop, Sth 6t, opposite thflrma alter Oct. school grounds! and la falling on thc hard ground about llie building, his collar bons received the weight of tho fall, snapping Fquarely In two." This fs tho second time tbe yonngsier has such an having been out of the physician's care but Lethbridge Druggist Has Valuable Agency J. Illglnbotliain ft Co. has tlio aceacy for the sliui'lo inlsluro of buckthorn lark, glycerine, etc., known as AOlcri-ka, tho remejy which became famous by curias ap- oena'lcllh. This rcmejy has acllou anj drains surprising, amouuls of old matter from the booV tliat JUST O.NK UOSK relieves tour stomach, jas en the Etomacli, and constipation almost IM. MEDIATELY. The Q'MCIl; ;ic- tlou ot Aaier-Hia js astonishing. Gray Hair Becomes Dark, Thick, Glossy Look years younger! Try Grand- ma's recipe of Sage and Sul- phur and nobody will know Almost everyone knows thai Sage- Tea and Sulphur, properly compoundid. brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair faded, streaked or grey; also ends dandruff, Itching sealii and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get ibis mixture n-as to make it at home, which IB- ranssy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply asfc any drug slore for "Wyelh's Sago aud Sulphur Hair Remedy' You will get a large bottle for about 60 cents. Everybody uses old, fatuous recipe, because no one can possibly (ell that you darkened your hair, as It it BO aud evcnJ, You dampen.a sponge or foil Vrjsh with It and draw !hls 'through your hair, taking one small strand at a time, by morning the grey hair disappears, and after another application or Ivro your hair becomes beaullfiilly dark thick anil glossy and you loofc years younger. J. D. Hlgln- i'gjj'am Co., U4.. agents. London, Nov. report the necessary capital has been secur- ed lor new steamtblp' Eerrloe from Btacksod' Bay, county Miyo, to Can- has naturally aroused consider- able Interest in shipping quarters. The opinion In one competent quar- ter, which alto may be regarded as disinterested, -IB tna schema pay. The tendency foday is for tuammolh liners. Passengers object to trans- it Ukes cargo ns well as passengers to make profits, nnd cargo carrying from Blacksod Biy ,Es Oirtjrf the question. STENOGRAPHER ARRESTED BAOKET DANCE AT TYBELL'S LAKE Tyrell's Lake, Friday night, iVovetntjer 7, tbe baaVet dance given under tho-auspices of the fil- ter Day Sntnls' Sunflay iclioorfor the- or' Mr. Roilag and whoEe home was enllrely destroyed by fire, proved a great success, both financially and socially. The weather was perfect and the moon shed her radiance to entice all out. Tlie house to Us capncity, many com- ing from acro33 the coulee. At Ihe basket's were put on sale, and aucli.en array ot Tvr.s Imlewl very.tempting to .the mSny'who xvtTe all eager to obtain one." never consid- ering the price. .The baakrti soM from 13.15 to All tgld. the very i neat sv.m of (ni.OO V.-QS realized, and turned over lo Mr. Tlollag. Tho commltlse' Hlnflly thanks "one and nil who helped lo mrAo the parly such a success. Cr.crles L. JfacBonald, 21, a. BtcnoETapher and bookkeeper, was ar- rt-E.lcd on the street this afternoon by Detective charged with falic 'pretences. It is alleged that Macdonald iBinca" a worthless chejuo to Macleod Bros., In payment for a 120.00 overcoat, receiving J5.0D In change. NOTED LAWYER DEAD Toronto, Ont., Nov. S. Cart-aright, K.C., master in cham- bers at Hall, died here (hit morning. Kr. CartwrlgM was one of tJie best Vr.own Itnal Ifjjhta In the province. CHANGE OF TIME V DEPENDS UPON G.N.R. Answering a question at the Boprd of Trade luncheon today, Coteman, o( tho .C.P.R., stated that the.company had under consideration a possible change In the passenger Ber- rtce._on the Coutts branch, but owing to' the contract In exUU dice wltfi the Oreat iN'orlhcrn, ff nothing could be done at pre- sent. The Hoard of Trade would ba. consulted. however, before, any changa was made. RAIN FALLS AT CLEVELAND tj Clftfchnd, N'ov. Jt which fcli last night to- ff day, and a thaw In, mater- Sally aiillnj: Ih? city In rcsnm- ft ing its norn.il The ff of thepln has ainy. ed- fears or .While there ft Is a marked TIEO In the Cuya. ff river, it I? rot hpl-ewil thi.t if.ark will be ff f.- slorr.ach to hsallhy VjjfOf by 3 Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Talhl iht Na-Dru-Co DyapcpaiaTablaU the besl Irlends for tultereii from Inilljesllsn anii dyspcpla, 50c. t il your Dnigi-.fi. 'Kids Druf and Co, of Csiudi, Untiled, ;