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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMH VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbrhlge, Alberta. Wednesday, November CENTS. Number 28S MR Mil What the Records of the Edu- j cation Department of Al- berta Show LETHBRIDGE'S RECORD j School Population Comparer I With Olher Cities of the Province 3assengers and Crew Were Res- cued by Men from a Brit- ish Battleship By a Cave-in at the Canada West to Letbbridge Wonderful Rate of Develop- Fought at the Door of a Club rnent Reported at An- nual Meeting EXPANSION URGED London, Xov. liritish hat-j cave-iri which may cost the life; til-ship Iron Duke effected a timely'ol .loc Lyons, a iniatr, occurred last! rescue of the thirty passengers and in the Canada M'fst mice at; crew ol the steamer .Scots llyte, Tabcr. The accident happened atsix-. p while the steamer was burning in .o'clock. Three Taber doctors were' rYant Lofflpany to ttlgagC in the Kngllsh Channel today. jc.illeil they diagnosing! The steamer, boiiiul from Mcditcr- injury as a broiin hail. He was ranean points for Simderlacd, caught ordered to the in l.c-thbridge, fire off the Isle of Wight shortly in on the this morning ter midnight-. 'nl 1.15. An X-Kay e.vauv.i'.atioii was The blaze started in a deck cargo' made, by Dr. JtcXuily, who stated ot grass and spread so rapidly ihut Icons' condition 'was serious. Edmonton, Xov. increase ot thjs inflammable material, His back Is broken, and total iccov- Several Other Lines of Business House on Lower East Side of New York nen. S.3SI In the school population Al" that the crew" was unable to slay its civ is sMd u imjwible. the tricf history of the Sask terla will he shown in the report of The fire attacked the ship's; Lyons is 23 tears of and mar- Kew York, Nov. ol the most spectacular gun battles among gangsters in this city In recent years was fought at the doors of a club house 'on the lower east sWe lati last nieht. Three men were seriouslj shot, OKI! many others wounded. Sev rn were arrested alter the polic reserves, dually dared to break up tin light. Gangsters, crouching behini Kor Kevhwina ash-barrels and other obstruc- 5 iivua, u t, AT1 BIG Mayoralty Candidates, Hardie and Wilson, the Only Speakers So brge the Meeting Had to be Held in Audi- torium of Galbrailh Alludes to Work of Past Year-Wilson Deals With the Tax Rate Korlh I.elhbridge Voters' associa- tion might have looked a loss lime without finding a better advertise- ment night thougb I was tola Hie other day thai I had sworn .while in the. mayor's chair." Mayor Hardie said he believ- of their campaign meeting last led Dr. Galbrailh was the only may- than that Mayor Hardie the city ever had who had never EH Wilson mayoralty candidates, sworn while in the chair, and he be- v.'ould meet on the platform. Tbellieved the Doctor sometimes sworn of the advertisement was internally, plainly visible when, after the. class- room at Westminster school was filled lo overflowing, it was locnd AS El'ON'CniIC AS POSSIBLE As to the charge that he had -not fulfilled his election pledge that his oecessaiv to send the crowd over to i administration would be economic, he tatchc-wan HODS opened fire on the club Men within sprang, to the doors windows and returned the (ialbraitb school, and even there a large numher were compelled to slanit, the big auditorium >bcing pack- ed lo Ihe doors. This was the first time the two candidates had met, on the platform, Ihc department ol education lor Al- claimed he exercised economy where he could but always in the face ot trouble. He had cut down the engi- neering and" other .staffs as much as possible under the circumstances. 1 ;lio helpless persons aboard huddled together aft.: The Iron Duke'playeil her search-j lights upon the stern ol the doomed' ship while the'rescue'crew took all] bauds safely off. increase over those in 1911 ot ol the steamer was a 'mass ol. flames the number hcing 3051 as compared ..hen the boats reached the scene, and with 2651-ln I'll. tho helpless persons aboard were! 'j The population of rural schools in the provinces is as compared with in urban schools. The school population is increasing faster than the rural schools population, al- though since the year 1909 the rural school population has heen in esce.'s ot the urhan-school, population. The number, of pupils in attendance it the various city schools and some, of the larger as follows: Edmonton, S01S. Medicine Hat, 1367. Cardston, !65. Taber, 430V Cnlgary, 7729. WetasViw'in; 786.. Camrose, 330. Coleman, 330, Castor, 314.. Lethhridge, 218C. Hcd 731. Sletller, 349. Macleod, 103. POSTMASTER. GENERAL gene: jol (he sfrret. for. in the were supporting Sii revolvers were. illiein and thirteen million bushels of duo six more I w Air-rt VMI 'the Men arrested refused to fell the causs Wn were har.dlcd ..This jear the js tg police: that, those in the club house lame affair than had been look- Us attention by some ot those whom it was unsatisfactory. Women STlLEYKml the tics-. fllij-stateHhatVthe: eoMtfob of a fracture'.of.'tbe skdll' i, Nov. demand ol Icing employees ql the British This' record 61'progress is a matter. fast office-for higher pay was reject- for congratulation lor all concerned, I cd today by Herbert Samuel, the and' .is- most, gratifying tl.e' postmaster general. He sweetened his originators' unthc scheme and to refusal by making some conces-ions officials in charge. in'wqrking conditions, but he Last'vear'-a 'commission deriart- oyt that an increase-'ol 15 per cent, niciit w'as. established in .AVinaineg, in wages meant an expenditure, the llegina: office, by a year and would no-: private'iJirei fessitale'new taxation. Samuel; rclerrngto tho.threats'.eis.rrightjtiirougn-lo.the head nl fjis GOLD oUhe men of a special those: who-quit- work.would 'be; re-; at'theVldcal elevator, and the h'and- {.anlcd as having rcsigned: their-post-'.ling.pi the car on commission by the members ol' the deputa-? company'in.-.Wiumpeg. This depart- TKK -V.'.YGP.'S As intiuiated previously hy Mayor i man of lhe olvn !o inve3- llardie, he dvall Kith -his; lfM was ship during his term o I office. He J n woracn wcte said he thought he could .akc pail jn ,he up tmvn i resulting in a condition of uons.- ine members ot Hie deputa-? company m.-.umuitJPS- Monday fj clearly dissafislied, de- mentLhasrproicd aniunauiliiied sue- GETS A N :AT THE DRY FARM- ol the credit at least !or the rMu n Of anairs nleresl maniiesUtt at the meeting. w mt he tolerahd. He had; Last year ho. had ..opposed Mayor lMti (he ovcr with 'Chiet Hatch because Hut gentleman would ,s KJth lhe ,hat not COED cut lair and square as jssued'.'nlle'r the chief, hart supporter o! commission govtrnraent. i this hjm jt was impossible As iur his other npnnnfnts _in this to obtain a courictiOI1 mftr.' tV.o mis iu Q'jiani a lunwii UHUL.I ii-" campaign, Mayor Hr.idie claimed that code. whcreby there nil have at one itime .or M womEn m tM. shown.themselvrs as'opposed; to com-; ng liqllor tcd rrcgatcd nrea and no blood mayor then reviewed the-finan- jn polire coujt cial position of the the: a -question'Mayor year. He.showed Ifcat although he had been called ia.aasscr Ilardic slated that his ruling to calamity howler Davjs cot bMn Hsponsibi. The figures tor Medicine Hat- do not include the figures. I Considering a Serious Move Washington .Reported to an and .in the-'fcdcr- 1 capital. FOII'VEIIA' CHUK Ilridgcporl, N'ov. The lirilish cltiiisVr- squadron in West ndla'n walcrs last.Dight received per- mptory orders to proceed to Vera Cruz and the vessels-sailed at mid night. The Hritish cruiser squadron con sisls .of. three aimorcd 'cruisers, .Slit oik, Lancaster Mil 'llerwick, and ii commanded by 'Admiral Si Christopher Cradock. His flagship i the SuiTolk. Tlie three cruisers arc n fhe same type, displacing fon cnch. They each carry an armanien Mexico City, NOV. tele- gram from Secretary of SUte Bryan Is reported 16 have reached the American embassy here norninf. It uld to contain In- formation that "a nutter of Kr- lous-nature Is under lion In Wjthinglon in reference to Mexico." HAVB I.Ven Crtii, N'ov. nm Madero, relatives of the late 'i'residfiil Francisco .and I.e 'andrc Ajruila and his son, who have- litcn Tonight's campaign meeting in' iht .Central school audltoriuih. promises to- furniih some ex- citement. It is the flrtt meeting. held by the Ticket 1'eom- mTttee. men have dlfferencei and are-. out to elect the three men ticket. They are leaving no itone unturned .to bring thii William Oliver will be chilr- man of the meeting. Mayor Hardy.. will speak.. He to-ad- drest himcelf to the at him a week by Mr. Wllioii. A, M. Grace, public workt will make'hit first ippea'rance In the campaign, W. C. Dr. DeVeber and Pre- sident Alford, of the Trades'and Labor Council, also speak-In favor of the ticket. Some of.the spsaken will also preient Ih'e case of Arthur Reid, candidate 'for the public utilltfet coimrila- sionerthlp, who fi 111. confined tor several weeks, in .ll.e lorlrcss of San .Juan Ulna, chirg cd with sedition, were released lat 'yesterday on hail. They have fake Baiters at hotels here. I TO 1'ilOTKCT TUB nillTISH i SUTUKCTS London, Kov. 19. O.rcat llrilai 'drcldt-d to send the warships to 'iran waters from Barhadoes In to [irotect Dritish subjects Ehould ihs arise. The derision was ar- rived at hy the'Hrllish iotelgn'office BS a re-suit 'of tlic gcwral news IU'T lished in the press of the fnitcd States of unsat'sfact-ry conrti- prevailing In Mexico and ot the 'dvaicc ol the cons'tHullonalists' In vicinMy of fhe Vera Ctvi rail' ,vay. information has iitcn received by the goicrnmcnth-re hf any danger (o its ciliiins anil It its chanso pi policy, upon the piihlishcd in Kuglih r.cws- iapcrs (rom American sourcrs. 3ET AWAY FHO.M MEXfCO -CITY j Ciiu, Nov. isftAus cl citizens Irom jlrilco Forty pcr.wns, rnpit woratn aail .children, arrived of 11 six, 8 tivelye three pouniler guns. MAY STAY THROUGH WINTER Texas City, Texas, XoV. in the camp o! the second division of the U. S. army were walled nnd rc- flooreil today nnd stoves were In- stalled in them, while'hunrlrcds of soiilicrs hegan work on a sewage sys- tem to connect'with the city mains. This was regarded-'as indica.tifig: that the 'division would remain here throughout the. winter. St. Nov. general strike of hands in St. Petersburg irtd throughout Northern Russia sUrtfid.'today, laying downi this mc-rning1. if The movement ft a the workmen against the trial of Borne employees of thfi Fluchow Workc on a charge of Illegally quitting their employment, 'Tho proceedings agalntt.them opened In the district court here. ttirof _ expansion in its grain busi- severance. It was named by him also, ss.'This will be fully -.discussed at. (be word- .expressing the he annual meeting, loday. characteristic of the var- 0P to" September 23, the company iety; lor it- is a pure golden color, as.handled considerably over and the seeds are much larger and on hu'shfls ol this year's crop, and possess -a much greater percentage ol at oils, than does the brown He also said that the ho called on'to vote 12: p-it- had eminent.' He had never rt assessment -statement. All ho had ever said was that decided that it was an experiment :which the. purpose. I should be taken seriously, anil he re- neopie would Feated that warning. further I The need of a business anmmislra- 1 lor coming into he rale ol rather more than'a quar- Mr. Kane showed a fample of that- there will be a Mai absence ot t this ilass of gram. had luisa said "We .late you on this lion in all classes was very keen." 1 nc :regular list cl prize winners, .pub The. chief aim ol the company in scmc ajo is still to estab- lish, them at points not -adequately Grain growers have alw-.ys Ken urged to ship their own grain, and therefore the storage style of ele- valor'spccially adapted for those who ship'is still being construct- ed. This policy has prevented them Irom.. buying oul line elevators, .35 these, are'very scliiom provided ivlth special binning conveniences. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. ab- solutely Impartial Eummin'g up cd the close of the trial of James Saundcra this morning in the. assize court, who facca the charge of mur- dering Gracj Satinders, Ills slsler-in- law at Lockporl, Man., on 8. Tho jury retired at 12.35 when'they iiartopk ot luncli, commencing their A cli hero I Ions at Tht jury rctuvncd at three o'clock nnd rc-iidercd n decision of guilty.In the-rniirdVjr trial ol Saiindcrs. KNIGHT 'DYING Toronlo. Nov." Aorn.. cljiia.trvlnj: fa not m' as he'wai ycslewlay, anil his cOn- rtiflon is such that nls recov-V cry Is doabftul.; r chimrd that! toll again with Mayor liar-, iven out only one interview handling ol the oonu sib, claiin-. r-' thoii-ht the re- Ih3t it had been porters had sometimes colored re- extreme, i ports so as to put him, in a had {light, but on the whole was saVsfied that the publicity had a good thing because it had given the people an insight into the aflairs of. the city they had never gol I.elorc. STIiOXO FINANCIAL MAX WASTED By means of a ol compara- tive tax rates other Alberta I.elhhridge and- cities, Mr. Wilson showed why he belie-vcd the people ot Winnipeg, Man., Xov. ments were handed down this morn- ing oy liichards, J. A., 1'rrdue, J. A., and Cameron, J. A., in the mat- tcr o1 the application t-t counsel lor JK. L. Taylor, K. C., member elect (for tlimli in the provincial kgisla- ture, ,to appeal '.he Judgment in the. jOimll election lo the judicial mltlee of the privy eovjicil, all lav- orable.-Uul Justice Richards said thai it did not. prejudice the right to 'appeal without the permission sought-. TAKES KALL OUT OF SKEITH Lelhbridge need a strong financial "Some ol you are.aware that, niyjman at the head, of affairs for ..the' jfrifp.d Mr. Skcith gave me a great next few years- WilB he had every 'deal ol trouble during tho year. Kutifaith in I.clhbrlnge, he felt that, Us I am not easily bothered. He fried iliiture had been discounted, and only lo create a little hell all. his own, the most carclul economic, adminis-. and to be lhe WE devil in that little tration can place it where It soo.uld 'i never even got man; al-' (Continued on ftgt 4 SEES AGAIN If l.cthbriilge volcrs are la have an Toe carried. About tne opportunity ol casting their ballots'men in the meeting.voted "aye-1, lor 3 Ian1) candidate for school trus- other hall didn't vote, no ladies vol-'" kcs, the Women's Civic will cdj were seicral ptes- havs to find the piopel party tor.fhe cnt. Four men had tho temerity lo place and prevail .upon.-her to lfDays. cepl the domination.. Tlie men seem I N'orainatluns -were- In VJXMES MORRIS, t cr has...heart..Irojibte, gives -i- ng ol the hlg m.cctfng'iL "that this mcelinz considers hear mayoralty cnndirlates, nnd u is Chateauiuay considerable eauso .it Ux nfcst. rdwnUon lilfly some Jin this rily'tli.-.t n lady siioiiM haic rcccivt Xotttted by the ;