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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta YOLL'MK VI. 1G 1'AfJKS. Alberta. 1'riclny, November 1J, i j 11IV i URGES u-s- 1 I i" i U I I U ADOPT NAVAL HOLIDAY j i U L i f i i Information on Civic fairs and ihe Coming E.eclions KEENLY 1NTERES.ED Senator De Veber and Rev. Mr. Alk.iij Ga'.hering YtSlerday Washington. ll.C Nov. R Mis- Democrat, the "io-ifie ycaladay to the ot Mr. V.'instun O.ur.-lilil. Lord t.l the- VJittlralty, for a c: ore tho svt-at nations atrcc1 to a holiday Iii ivarahlp Gliding. Larkin's Release Adds to th: Anx.ety and Alarm Over the Strike i'OHT NELSON ALL I'.IGII CENTS. Number 284 'ftun 11 i a> il rJlillTO FOE PUBUC NI GREAT Believed That He Will Yield to die D.minds of lhe United States NON-INTERFERENCE tlie Po.icy Declared by Great Br.tam in Note to the u.s: When the Women's Civic Club was during "Tom Rldmruson" two years nso, nelliier he nor the Indies who untreated themselves tho movement at that lime" ever it be tlie commence- u it i: l of votes for women Letu- Uut from that organization London, Nov. cannot Ijc dontrj cjniiiiatcil ihe increment for a wider tJmt a very serious feelins of alarm to inciude laJy property and anxiety prevails as to the situa- owncrs, and yesterday club held its !n Dublin and elsewhere, arising j fii.-l meeting when the Queation of the out of tilt release of James in; civic as the labor leader. j I lar'iin has Issucrl a manifesto on "Micro were 23 ladies present. That of lhc irjsil TrariFuort Workers' fac; however was not .sipniticant of. Un.on, in wlilch he decbrcil. llwl ibe an> Ekirtoo meaning to the mca for; wm not be satisfied with, three of the-tetter variety of species Larkln's release alor.o 'if It means' human Invaded the meeting. One that ,ney are {o abandon their com- a n.ayoi-alty .candEJate who was there on h's own behalf. Another :was a who braved the caucus on hohalf of tlie Citizens' 7icteU ..The third v.-as a newspaper- inn- li'.pre from a sense of duly. Ah vent swtmminsly at first The Mexico City, Nov. are current here tonight that John Llr.d, President Wilson's .special lias bten shot at Vera Cruz. This is only one of the sort of rumors heard in the capital. Couple of New Entries in Municipal Race Come Forward ihe For the last few days there have mysterious rumors that the cosily Government dredge, Port Nelson, which was huilt in Toronto and sent to Hudson's Bay to open up the government port there, had destroyed. Poison's, who made the dredg-, have this week received from Port Nelson the above photograph the explanation that th'e dredge was purposety beached by the engineers during the high October tide and aEI rocks removed so there would be no danger. It it in excellent conoition and will be ready j for business neJct reason, rades to llic hate of the capitalist j my. They are nol falisficil that one' hundred thousand, in Dublin j should Le subjected-to tton, and, therefore, announce lhat the closed to all traffic Do VcLcr. had LIs iiov. F. C. AiJdn. mayoralty can- aidr.lo, sjioko briefly. svMle the report- er Imsy trying to hear VCAS and at the same time on- deavorf rig "toTccusiom himself to act iu lhe Jctiorojs jnariiier demanded by the occasion. Hut when'tfie: ladles were through Intoning to lhe_remarks of the" two KCntlomen speakers, they politely gave the stgn: The speakers Tlie renorter-Jried to "sit it cut, hut Mexico City, Nov. dence in the early accomplish- ment of the aims of the United States towards Mexico, was ex- pressed today by Neiscn 0 Shaugh- ncssy, c'narge d'affaires. The overtures made by the Mex- ican minister or the interior, Manuel Garzp Aldape, yesterday, was taken as cvidsncc that Kucrta is ready to recede from the stand he had previously taken. No Alternative Suggested D.C., Xov. ury Uryan Declared today that nuue Crowd al Fleelwbod School Heard Mayoralty Candidates Stale Their Wilson and Mayor Hardie in Wordy Combat Over the Bdiid Issues--Vernon Pearson Ta'ks About- ihe Waterworks Adams Stands -by His Record of the Past except pasEcngeivand mcils. until a of Ulc iaLiruCUons to John Liad cou-. meeting of-, the i lautcd any statement of thc alttrna- Ratepayers1-'association Any voter who. lailrd to attend the [to have at the head of a commission general tenement IB reached. Thoi Standard, the orgun'of the L'n- iiyc' United States would pursue school .'last'night missed hearing" tin lon'st m Eddie-class, j jn event ot Hucrta's failure lo fust real heavy "can non-ailing ot thi IjCthbridge tjirc'v l-lfn io rulc the city in Central businesslike way. A nd from appear ances; to crowd at Isast, lie got -Mayor Har- re irs rea ea can- o t tlie bedrock of' meet this government's demands for present election s usc a expieS" BTV "when he rose to "ask .Mr. some questions'at the-close ol the aic UL'lim'IUB IU1 Iuayor -aMjcarcd anarchic I" this statement the cMitirnVni. will sec. to it Qther newspapers only foreshadow1 lo an as to lhe that n. vcn- lasfc cieri previous is ol Havelock .Wilson, the seamen's leader, is already repudiating auto-" cratic orders isbued -by Larkln, and asked if !m had anything to say j llllt acf icund Hadn't and Leat a bastv ordera or any Irresponsible man.' The Unionists are making the big-' gost sort of party capital, olit of the .at Mr. Lir.d had delivered a note to Ibe Indefinite cxfensioo'of: the strcg :.or" gtp, .under t.atjTlh's "fiery cross." j onlyJ'skinnislies of ilencv by tomorrow noon, thc United Ju ion- State's would tb. Jf "Si to i 51 public meeting to whicli ev- ery voter In tho city will be iioils. 'prallj-. light were bro'Jght into the coiitcsi, Kx-Mayor Adarns and 10. H KX-MAYOH ADAMS' SECON'U 1'UllLIC ADDKKSS 'Ad- Dne is [he Pfcsenl City Engineci and lhe Other a Well Known Civil Engineer Two Vessels Reported Wrecked During This Week's Big Storm WAS RESCUED Bodies are Being Found Along With Wreckage on Shores of the Lakes plus livo equals fifteen. The excileincnt thickens- Two new candidates announcer] themselves to- day to make up for thc lost day yes-i terday. j it. K. MoArlhur. civil enginfcer, and j S. Ilan'ey, city engineer, are tLe' two ne'.v entiies. They announced; tberaselves this morning. This makes six in the mayoralty, i vessels are today added, to tlie toll six in the public worts contest, and of tile storm. Uppnrts last told of the probable sinking 01 tiie steam-- tr Henry H. Smith, of Cleveland, in Lake Suprrior; 2nd it. was learcul today that the freighter-Major, also Toronto, Ont., Nov. A. Wright, superintendent of the St. Lawrence Chicago Navigation Co., this afternoon received word from Goderich, that nine, bodies hai been found near Point Clark, all with llfe'belts bearing the in- scription "James Carruthers.'' 1'oit Huron; Nov.- three in ifce field fc7 the public util- ities cunuuissiunersUip. And as yet. the Us''! is young. City Engineer Harvey sent his sisnation to the lo-jncil today, (o take ol Cleveland, v.-as abandoned list effect as soon as possible, lie states "'fi1'1 oli Whiteiisli- I'oint. that he made his decision oaly after 'lcr crcw !8 rescued, careful consideration. Ho' felt that if' boWT, by the sleawer Uyers. he held lhe potion of ciiv engineer rcrnvcd-. toJay- mdicats under a public works eoramlssiosior. Itiiat Lake iboWs another over- the position would not be a hfelilv sat-1 ship besides the ono iBfactory one, and thinks that, if elect' "n- sucb that tie TU- Southern Alberta. "formerly j in thc nM- report stal'nff connected with Ihu engineering de-: jias a fcolto71) This C._ P. faJt_ JauWly jact ]eids be-ieyc that site has liad a consulting of lie's and has ins tailed "Valenrorlis systems in several towns in the" Eoulh. lie. lias been engaged for the Mr. liryan declared that at no; time and without favoring cither this govirnmcnt stated what-its it can .truthfully he said "government's crowning while fOU.rM he 3f' "Mrta they' both atquilled Ihenisclres thelahonni-ty Is iiibllanllylmf roving. ltenianjs for compete notls ivcrc oiitspoVen loth i the shin In e hours nnmauou. said "what- tlicy meant; givine the to i ,n Sn havC' Mr. .ccl.ned to say i voters opportunity to JudfC at .u whal COCISC of acilon' UaEted hand. Vcrnon Pearson, Blrnracring in England. ihree months in construction of a anis'frankly con- from City ;o Caiacls; Jessed when he" lvflidl usei! in tlle eot on the Plat-! operation of (lie How City coal fields. W. S. Harvey has hail some twelve -.form that the oc- casion was the second in which he. had ever at- aiprcEelon of opinion from tho cantjtiates as to their stand on ihu or two ladies on hoard of control. scra'.or DP V-c-ber oxplrtincj the Clti- s.ns Ticket which Is receiving more j ij, leas attciitEon, favornltlu and un- ti'vorabiC, just at present, told how It had been formed and rtvvelt on lhc qualifications oT the candidates. Tlic Doctor also invited the lady voters lo attend every meeting they coulJ during the campaign. Intimating that they would have a re- finfug Influence.: lie. declared llio ladies could make a campaign of per- sonalities nn Impos3lbility. The ladles showed an Intelligent in- terest in thc new'form, ot balloting, j'isL such qnostlona as on oxnect to hear from a crowd men. They asked ahoul "jrtnmp'ing." the "preferenco'' and various oilier, features interest: While they T, JL J T, opinion for or aeainct, i: 1h- ri MONTREAL STEAMSHIP OWNER WAS' PROVISION 'FOR FAMILY Toronto, Onl NTov." The will of licit Ko'crt K'f rJ, tir ( of wlo dicrl !S last, djsroscd of ,-K es- tate rf (he t.ct valic-of 0( ilis amount, is in On- ;r.d i ro' ate as ssV'il f i to- Stales would if thc: Mexican, ror public also spofce at sonic congrcES Is convened tomorrow in the but just al prrscnf interest face of rcpresenLiiions by this govcra- seems to centre merit, that it vrill not recognize any of that body's acts as Tho secretary Eaid thus far no for- eifin power had iuttrposcd any ob- jection 'to thc coiirsc the Unile.l States 1; takin? In Its endeavor to restore in Mexico. Captured by Constitutionalists Xotfalos, Eonora, Xov. of SinoloJ, was captured by the conslituiiqiialista late This wss anuounccd today at mili- j tary headquarters here in a telesrnmj CJfjriCTfl] Alvaro Obrcgon, who' of Insurgent fore- 's." Details of iiie fighting were lack- liear. WILSON' or thirteen years of- engineering ex- perience. Ho is a qualified civil er> tenifjtPil fo sf eak. a graduate of Uristol Uriivcr- to a I.rthhridgc slty. Hu has had engineering esperi- claiming that his: Rnce on" "three continents, having making business worked in "England, Africa and Can- capacity he was will- nda. Atter graduation "from'college ing'to give best that1 was in htT hs arlicled for tbvee years with in flit mayoraHy, tllc citv- He1 admitted that the [T. J. Scoones, of London and city liKe m'iriy Icon sanic-j Bristol. He has woiked ap designing 1'r.ed (o thc future people thrmsfhcs were to ilJ-fa ted "steamer James Tqronto- Bodies Recovered Car- public, 'meeting, long suit was and it is. the contestants for this position thc people seem to wish to lvliat Jl ,but ih. MA YOU E. blninc-. .They voted (or thc imprbve- mrnts and rint liave sat- enginetv antl superintendent on Eoiuo large' notaliiy a timber Appeared outsider that the men of Loin-bridge would go lo the polls on DRC. S with ns intelligent an uill lie i c 2, Mrs. 11 rtl-i.d McIJrji all, SJOOJOJ and Anlrcv. ar.d Kate Florence, Mt if they Tud riol't.cen forthcom- II'. he '.hrew out'the ability as goslion, thai amendment to the a platform "speak- charter, retiring a fairly rer- er was -unknown "crntasc rf- the- voters lo cast their until last nk'lit, ori money bylaws should Le review d Ihecily'a made, as lie believed more halt j fimneial 'pos'tton o' diittrutty rarr.c from l ns it to the tRC iiidifTerrnce of ihe-puhlic. The ev- Itr-sent- ndns'n s- mayor made the host speech of his tral-on of Jinan- a few Iricrds into theljar- affairs. He snnke in a straight Ba r-" ronY.'ncitig manner uhkh left "no 'Hserc were few empty scais in thc doubt as to his opinion cf tic rres- biS sclool wli'n the rnt rjref nirHstralc, He charged projJirlj-.ilarteJ. Ofty S- lici- llardfc bad most tor 1ia" lo clear up a farls-Kclty in fi.inMing cily's few Points in .connection with affair? !n theses'ot tbs tliC had brrn ,ukcd par- ino.ncy of thc continent. He tictilarly to tTcHr-e the duties Lf tlie wharf for .lohn Ltd., of Ilrls- loi; coaling stations on Cape Verde on Kincardine, tody driiteJ ashore this-inorning. .A-diary found tn the jockct. bjas .the. oddr.ess Tom XC'SO.T, 114 Trinity nlacc, Buf- falo, X.Y., nlso the same name with the IS Lafayette street, Chi- cago, underneath" the word "Minla." The body, when -found, had a Itfe-pre- fervw thn words "Stearaer'Ar- sus" upon it. "Wreckage of, the-Argua-was floating ashore all. day yesterday., Nfn'e bod- ies are reported to have -come -ashore at Point Clarke, nine miles below Kin- cardine, Another Wrecked Freighter Harbor Hca'cli, Nov. other big lake freighter, rioltom ivas sighted today in Lake Huron, near Point Anx Kanjues. The vea- sel's hottom Is paTnled red. (Continued on Page understanding o; llio ballot mr.n is the cfty. F. C. AlMn, the can- cll'Jnlc, spoke Ms for being in the fiolil. He said lie hid liecii urcrs'l for thc pa.'t live vi-tks trt allo-.v his :iain3 to 50 before the dccforp. Ilia university hj't trcii along cfifiinecriTiij he Jial spent soven in work in lhe Mwn in btg cities Cf the Old Co-jntry. The mnlii jjlnnk of his platform, he fnililsaiizrrl, would lie a clean clly. Ho not fa tho contest as a joke, j Vlirther not he hoped dyr- ftij: iHe camrnlgn to create a public opinion Ihnl 'a-lll leave Its mark on lhc l.ireur LtthSritlyc that is to come. "I ho n clean clly, (ho of a civic conscience, the rights of thc in.issc3 and thc dc- nar.ds of the Tho Yemen's Civic Club is in this camiMign with p. heart. It Is the (iret o' ladles tbnt ever took a part In a munklnil con- fn a Western Canadlnn city, orcd SI ta'li Ihe annuity, ol lo inirsi Mm MMM percent for her [.ftirft ad t'on lell lo t'n at live Fclipo K. fliveros, goverisor of SIn: again installed as Is 1H-3 only city in-Sinnloa TCmifalng In thc Innds of the fe'Oerals. No Interference from Great Britain .ol London, Xor. reply to Orient Wlisoa's corammjlcalloa, nnv his to elim- home, ddlt a TLe duties-had not heei YOUNG .STENOGRAPHER FROM TORONTO ONLY RECENTLY RELEASED FROM JAIL I'liirlCK L. MacDr-nald, lhe yoking Toronto clerk, -arreskd yfstrrday on a charge at (a'sc Evilly pol them the on t'al SENTENCED TO HANG FOR MURDER OF r.o i-ctng fhis aM OCQ ol the city's niomy to t.c lost on Jtoronglil> .lone-in the charier. (or ts Likc- Ihr. wcfnt tonJ a mix- Hut it "ill Bo uilh for i( wss tliat lie just recently ror.plflul a term oi- sij; in llio proMni-'al jnil for a aim iir ol- fcr.ce, connniltcil in Calgary. M.icDonalcl from Toronto a jear lie ci.meK ot n rcsrcctatflc TOY Branlford, Ont., Nov. Taylor was found guilty this af- ternoon by A jury of having mur- dered Char'tte 13 years old, on the Blossom .road, a mile from CslnsvilTe, and miles trim Ur.inllord. He v.lll be hargtd on Friday, January 23. :.M acncral Hucrla anfl Ha'a-iner. M (lie council (rom power In Mexico. Oreal lirj. al, 8( 'for felt it irould lie wisfr lo leave Mln led y ans-.vorccl fotmally lnus Sav'n5 the city snd llic lo l''c coiiiinissioiiCrs fLemso'ves Walter H. Page that huv nc trfp. lur- lcr Iakin3 The liolky nas slrictiy one ot Ilardie was not a ship ol public wcris v.-oalcl have i.caccmater, ttint lie could nnt act In rtarf'c of ltiC "'us'-xorxs, sa'd, h-irriifiny vsith the council-nor with ns of a t'.-i .ol tepartniMits and fiat work ivss n-is'ril. he was not the kind ol man I (Continued Oa paju For the School payers Association Meets. Next Thursday "N'oiliinE. if not la thc slogan of North "I-ctribrldge, .and now they are showing that they mean Wr.shlnslon. D.O., N'ov. sunrort Iho (Ireai Poivtvs abroad (or the American policy tovrard Jlcx- ltd lo get away I11' br their intention ol mis wli'cli a lat.ic- city placing (n the'field a lady candidate placed iicfcitc iimi. only" cimsc ).e could lor his action Nas STABBED CRANBROOK iJiirctiaf-cd a 120 overcoat -Ctitl sloic and pco-ient- hei'ic (rr i'25 in payir.ent, to-, (l.c (In'brs ;m The Fen anij Sccvoiflry Uryan a confEdont feeling loday lhat tho ellmlr.allon of General fluorta as. provisional pregt- denl of Mexico, would soon be an ac- proud tn he u Vlciorla, ll.C., Nov. look the Jury lut fi'ty-five Tnliinlps yefltcrday lo o. Cook .folia O'ftrani wt-TC finiity of f to subscribers to thn slock ''imrla had pono into It hopos to have such an cdurallre in-' of .he Itankcrs' Trnsl Coiiuration, by clvsion, thn hopes of lhc U'.i 8 11 may miring falae Tciirpscnlations rcsJril- Inslcn sovernracnl, that al last 'M valuu.ot and. the oJli.ok (or thc (Special to Herald) i r.te boy, feeling that he was getting! VacUonsM has fcvcial trlends anbrook, B.C., Novi the the worst of it, took out his pooket the city.. It grounds at noon today, knife, i-ted It lot 3 stab- Thai Iho financial blockade boys aboulten years ot age, Al-.hed.youna Brown.twice in Ihe arm hilod hv the Untied Stales had cf- an.d 3 fecllvily tied tho purao string of liu- rell'd and Chin-! very serious. roiio, th.if dililoinalic rressirre was be- Ing werlcd ir.cci-sanlly on all sides TO COMMAND NAVY ,hSt