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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY VOLUME VI. 1C PAGES. Ldlibrirtge, Alberta. Saturday, November 15, CENTS. Number 285 Court of Revision Showed Some Signs of Life at Yester- day's Meeting CANDIDATES'ON HAND A Breeze Over a Lst ol Names Submitted by Orie Aide i man There are now exactly names on the voters1 names huve been welded and the court ol revttion adjourned. Of the published lUt of names not flared on the list on Monday only 13 were accepted at "the adjourned raeetlug ol the court yesterday, These were: Thos, Brown, Wallace Wheel- er, Jolin Moody, Thoa.-Teesdale.TliQS; S. Alien, B. W. Hone, JUlift Hall. Ilev. C. Grant, R. T. Brymner, John Newton, Chas. Hose, William Ellta and .Miss J.-AIrd. ches will also be added to tlie Us( will have one vote each. Tho meeting threatened at one time to develop Into a free for Council meetings this year have been lively enough, but when elections approaching a ad r. four members are In the fieloY.feeliug is apt to run high- er than when it comes to putting voters on tbe-llst. It did yesterday, and It was Aid. Williamson, public utilities candidate who precipitated the excitement. A very small iiroporlion of appll cants aaked to attend the meeting turned up. After those who were irresent hail been dealt with the court Bailies once' Xfoat of. the appll cants Jive In North Aid; Williamson, had 'knowledge' o rriany ot them, EO tha't. on his recom mendation they were placed on tbe as considered for the time being But only for.the time .being. .He was doing too bai about a dozen names "added, ilayo Jlardie thought he smelt a rat. tie LETHBRIDGE'S NEW PACKING FACTORY THE PACKING PLANT OF DELAXY'S LIMITED, WILL APPEAH AS ABOVE WHEN COMPLETED. THE ILLUSTRATION IS MADE FROM THE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING AND W ILL GIVE THE PUBLIC AN IDEA OF THE PROPORTIONS OF THE BUSINESS WHICH WILL SOON BE IN ACTIVE OPERATION IN THIS CITY. Will Endeavor Jo Arouse Brit- ish Unionists-Threat- ens io Isolate Dublin Three Policemen Have Been Detailed for Job of Count- ing (he People lldridoa, panics ,Larkin On Monday morning at nine o'c-'ock has carrFed-Out-- his ih'reat (o bring" the police census of tlie city s to England, [lie oI-Lethbridge will hs cothnienced, j Irish channel, last eight the.end ot the month, the j ex-'" and-is now in-Liverpool. act number of residents in the city Great Britain'Joins the United States ufBringing Press- ure.ioii Him 11 SHIPS ON IN LENIENT He- Expressed Sympathy With Young Man Who Needs Moral Tori'ic vCa pturing 'Another Town by Su- r _ his cai'jpaijn, which has lor Us 6b- will be' definitely known; Chief prising an Apparently Very jcct a general strike in'Uritish trade, toni ulio lias the matter in charge, unions in support 61 Dublin strikers .lias appo.ntcd three oflicsrs, Servant tqruorronyivhfa he Urutc, P. C.-Tallon and I'. :C. Dpo- j will address a meeting.in the Kiee ley to the tasS. Only one visit to .Sleepy Garrison Chas.- D. 'McDonald; tlA young To- ronto.' clerk who: yesterday guilty to a charge of false pretenses, ivas let off wiih the light sentence three months this morning .by poltce magistrate. Elton.' In passing sentence His Worship spoke very feel- ingly to McDonald, and offered to give him all the help he'could upon tie completion of his term, if he would promise to conduct himself In an hon- orable .way. .McDonald promised.1 He was .very visibly afTcc-ted by the mag- direct, and thought that; if these men "prevent their followers from liad votes, they should have preseated 'into a fulile tion- themselves. fating another call to collect infor'.tha-.night.by Secretary Bryan Informing struz Aid. Williamson angwered that neverIheless Mrs in the in- This plan would give.the.exact.-counsellors linerta who htave ills on a ccEtain'date, anxiety to re-open negotiations bkcllon, who has had wide just wbat conintionB the United actliiE as a disinterested iiarly nucnce rank and file. Before Icav- in crn'sus claims that the one-: states', would assent to further par- Tfce mayor didn't see how ho co-jld iE1E. ar.ottier trio method is very nearly asexact. 'jers. lie- However the apple cart was up- _et and the laugh turned on Aid. Wil- liamson when, after Duncan MacDon- aid had been placed on1 the Hat on the alderman's thatj gentleman himself apptared. Asked ho wmo to the city he said. '_'__ t February of this year was the date, lie also stated that he was a tenant As tenants are required to have lived In tho city prior to Nov. I, 1312 In order to llio list, MacDonald'B name was struck off. And Aid. Williamson made no more In view of tho firzle there ed, fii was decided to disregard nil appUcatlona except those established by personal appearance of tho appli- cants. Rut It looked like a frec-for- ot "c csppclally at- this season, when there i As thc ncw Mexican congress was are very few transient tcn.nifs. j to be convened by official order late The officer coveting Slafforrivillej today, It Was said here that develop- wlll he :y --n interpreter men Is'would materialize. Officials are will confident that Huerta realties not only that the'United SlaUjs Is in earnest In Its Intentions In oust him and may HE IS ACTING IN THAT CAPACITY AT NOT BE POPULAR t UuHs, Nov. J5--WTiether lie has and the following information he tavern nt each hourc in the city Name of tenant or householder, num- ber ol Inmates having slept therein on th? previous, and the church i oreat' britain preference of each. Religious Genius ,______ At the request of the Ministerial, cence In tlie American policy. Association, thc cour.cil decided to That Sir Lionel Garden, British mln- havc the. religious preference added" to is communicating to his ellminatli Well by JJfilns also that as thc other jforeign powers have assumed more j than. a passive attitude of acquits- to the list of questions, and it is j merely to grant the wish of themin-' isters of the mv that this is done. Chief Skclton asks Uiat'cItlTcns he as accommodating as possible to the omcors> who' will be -uniformed; 'and hecn formally appointed, .or not. Mr thus help Io obtain an accurate and Jluorla intimations of a strong char- acter thnt he eliminate himself In accordance wltli the American con- tention i-s said to bo the piTotal point of the last two days. Juarez Captured Kl I'oio, Tox., Nov. Ju arer, the most important northern all electioneering contest for a few vfh'n '-.vas the correct-census. -Persons intending fo with AM. Williamson.all Of Special Oftcer leave thc city in the next two weeks tho to past few months, Is acting as Or leave their tomes for any length GinMai collector ol customs here. Jii3l_ what Of lime, ate rcLiucstw! to fiije In- ?Ja7 early thlg morn- enlry in Mexico, captured under command Perilous Days These for. Ship on Both Ocean and In- land Sea' Cape Race, Nfld., N'ov. Spanish steamer Balmes is on fir the'North Atlantic, and her passe gers have" been transferred to .th Cunard Ibier Pannohia, -according a wireless naeEsage received from ti Pannonla today. Forty two Went Down Monirenl.- Nov. ateara coliier Bridgeport, sailing from Sy ney. Cape Breton, with, a crew forty-tfl'O, and a cargo of one thou and tons of coal, has been lost, an probably all ahoard have perished, a cording" to an official announcemc made today by the C him, an action which was greatly reg-] which charterea the retted by the magistrate. Ha Uioueht hat possibly the father was as much blemc as, the hoy, as the narged His Counsel With Be- ing Party to Conspiracy to Convict ARSON.CASE risoner at Medicine Hat Cre- ated Qyite a Furore ia Court was due to a weakness of character. McDonald will serve' his term in the TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS In view of Carrazo'g repudiation of an alliance will: the United Stales, British on Fire Savannah, Ga., Nov. Brl- (Special to TO> Medicine Hat, NOT. 0, aler, accused o! srtrtf blag this ilttrmoen la court hich a wnsatlon liotqM ta Medicine Hat cowte It not in too west. HU had bem WMB np all orning and two of tie moat import- ant witnesses hid been eiamrarf bc- ore adjoiirnmot.. Wfcea ctwct TC- urried Daley, tow. ui dodr Md ask tt to.be. U udge, Mr. Justice Simnons. 7h'c latter He confer with counsel and allow hka to ad- dress him, but Daley nil be pteJet- to mako the whereupon he declwed was with the way hla counsel jr. -R.. H..-Dandscn, had been con- ducting his caie, and he watted 'its change, and asted tor a remand until. Monday to jet counsel Irom Calgary.' :Ie went on to say that he helieied, :here.was a conspiracy to have him1 convicted and counsel was a party to it. Judge Simmons told Daley that ic considered' that Davidson had. con- ducted his case not only very proper- ly B3E-aaly_as-.woH, but it was his prlyileie to do so.. Cpiirt- adjourned a._. short tiirie'to'raable. Ualcy-to 'co'mmunicate.- with a" lawyer in Calgary.- 'ourt rei'imed he anno'jnred-ha had secured jir. partner ot llyan ot Calgary, whom Daley want- ed aud he would be present In W. ;A. Begg, K.C., lor the croivn applied to have the case :sefc over until tht terhand- asked tor would work a hardship- on those connected'witi other cases.' The judge rilled that the case ho put at the bottom of the liat ot tho' present docket. Nobody but the. accused talies any1 stock in his conspiracy yarn; and-- DavirUon certainly was handling tha' case very well. Daley is on trial for burning his' .Tohn Alexander of North It la felt that Huerta can do nothing' but fake a like "dignified patriotic stand." i lit. Jlon. Joseph and Mrs. Chamber- lain received congratulations from all par Is of the empire _loday on- thefr stiver wedding celebration. Suffragettes hurled hammers at thc Judge In Bailey court, today, when be sent Eachel Pierce to jail for-18 months. John McKarlnnd and John W. Ljld- law, be tht Conservative and Lib- eral candidates respectively for elec- tion to the provincial legislature In East MlddlCESA, Out La Id law today nominated by thc Llobrals, Is also the nominee of the Temperance Al- liance, ni'Jl Mr. I'ricc had is not lierc hut there Is some _______ ____ formation to a thus se llial dispensing wfth tr.e necrssity of a re- he should be. 'appointed over Inc. head IIirn can; .The Chiel is sure thal.the of Mr. (leorgc Tennanl, who will be completed by the cud of the month. He has himself listed wlio applied for a vote ag a tenant of his wife's property could Wish .tenancy and hia application was disallowed. Hev, C. Grant how- ever declared that he paid rent to Mrs. Grant on tho properly assessed in her namo, and was allowed volt, uiin'.s, HUH hi'tnib iu uu IKJ .r _ M Is the only man In the'city ol Mr. I'rlcjs ond he. l.temse hut ivhnl tlirM men will be %lned voics unrtcr such a ciunllflcatlon. !fn tbe conftfthre and rcsprrt ct able to liamllu l.cthwidgc in the same I1110" "le'r 3mueT' Tho CBJO where a lady 53 tntire south country; Kvrry fnir timc. h Usant of her husband's projierly- m ndcd man Is ajtwd that. Mr. Ten-, MS not considered tho lady not sHouHJiaye .Kan giren _thc po; hceri lii charge as dcpuiy untlcr Ijth'r's regime. Mr.'Tcnnant's parly names In two wcc'-s, In large arc .quite as gocd' aa dtics, and tlurc to be ig rrescnt to advance her Sho will not get a role. AN UNGRATEFUL CREATURE __ t, Medicine Hat, Nov. ver Uulmer, Ei ranch hftndr fj from Purple Springs, wss sent- encwl to three monlhs In Leth- i brldgo Jail, for Mealing a sura of money from' T, 0. .tlnlger, who bad befriended him hy hailing him ohcn accused r of another .crime, claims si' nn' an'1 appointment, ol a rr.an practically an outsider, is not at all It is understood tint the executive ot or tint port'ori of it uhich to do w.th :ly ed Xr. lor job and now to Leat a trtreal snl s-itlo...... _. on ar> oufsM-r. Thc new Mertlcine lint, IS.-The tnlss- Infiimbent is io te a ptrsonal lri? Eir1 te tllc fasc liicnd ot lion. Dr. Itcld, minister ol 7nc mother return' customs. wlfi Birall loss on either side. Tin ci'Liii'tllon of Juarez by rebels bfKan at I.SO o'clock, after the men inder Vlllc and Huerrern had reach- ed the town in thought to be carrying federal Eoldlers to the garrl. c rebels dclraEne 1 nad had ev- erylnjng In readlneia Cor battle before- the word was given to fire on the Federal mrrtion. At the volley tbe astounded government troops were Assembled, returned ihe ilro engaged In a battle which lasted for two hours. Bullets frll thick In 'El Poo, and all the residents were by the sound of htavj- artillery fire. Am- ericans wero kept from the danger rone by the detachment ot the United Slates 16lh CAValry, on patrol duty here, under Major n. B. U Mitchell, Kl lodjy from without her and juyonrl a Ihal the girl re-. and flo far fl8 is kpown Io come'tee while tht cart f10 Americans were 'against Sobtc is in progress, n6 f1 for 'REOr Tex., .Nov. Am- formation is ava-lfiMt. H Is, sllols' 'Vistiwn what nctlon.wJM he tatcn by j surrender of the cilv Three Amerlcanj Killed hllli-d fn rfnrii vj 1 Incident to ihn .capture Kcaly tomorrow as with- tonslHnUonallfta af city by today, At the anfj the Winnipeg 'wil-lo'clock- tho commander -nn o'clock ffgM.nir vaa reiumcd. nessrs, tlie fcor, probably Dartmouth tide. He alto lUted'he would give tupport to the construe, tion of A bridge acrois'the connecting Halifax .and month. was expected at thi nutting, precent. did rwt come the city. ANOTHER WEDDINO 't AT WHITE HOUSE 'r Washington, D.C., Nov. Interest was created in society, today hy the rumor that Miss ?largarct Wilson, elder rinnsti- 4 ler ot the President.and Mrs. 4 Wilson, was engaged to Dr. Oil- herl Horax, of John Hop- kins Medical and a graduate ot Williams College, elasil-of. 1003. Dr. Horax la to he a mcm- her.of the wedding party to at- tc-hd Vrancis Tlioinas Sarre and Miss .leEElo -WHson at tlielr marrbgc, und k; an old frlem! of infh Miss Wilfon and Mr, Sayrc. a a 1arse o! hotscs 0 Millc River latni and his grain '.this averaged thirty. bushels to tbo 'There nas a big dance in t last night under ausplies' of the Khto r.luh. A Warner orches- tra provided the nnlc ana1 there were (lui'e a number .it (rom the1 country and surrounding villajM. A wove is on foot to incorporate. the village and procefiHngs are 'being. carried on (quietly. There is some oiv rosition on the gronnd 'of turatjon, but tlic more progressive, cltlrcns realize that it would help consider- ably in giving ihc (own a good start. Pi. Scott, oi Warr.e'r, has bought. out the drug ilore tore .and assumed; cohlror-' Tlifre is'soint'tafic'of; doctor mpying froro.W'srnet here, but; 'is not. for.firmed. It; is said: he could keep., his practice as. at present aail'lhe of liviag, <'jjieve ivoiiM te. personal .suntcviiion ol ;