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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 The Lethbridge Daily Herald [Volume IV. LeUibridge, Alberta, Monday, November 20, 191.1.. Number 287. ROOSEVELT IS REASON FOR AFTERTHIRD rcxas Says Teddy is Playing Double Bole KNIFING TAFT Past-Master in Doctrine of Absolutism Washington, Xov. 20. Declaring that Theodoi'L' Kuc-biivcli inakcs Alex- lander 1'air.ilton look like !t novice as j advncale of absolution, Reprusent- of Texas, chairman of j the house comVmtei1 on rules, issued j formal stalcim-nt Saturday in an- swer ty the president's viows Ion the i Mist question in his recent icdilorinl in the- Outlook. Mr. Henry asserts .that Mr. Hoosc- Ivelt, through his is "feei- ng UK- of the American people a third term thai he is trying Ito discredit Mr. Tail and Mr. Wick- and predicts thai he will Blind the road to the. presidency 'rocky' while he is running for a third Tterm, with the steel trust snugly and silting astride his shoul- Iders.'1 I The democratic congressman, who Ireccntly nrade public proposed amend- THE PAPAL ACTIVITY Pope Fearing' Death Now "Wants to Fill Vacancies Koine, Nov. The decision ot 1'opc! IJius X. to hold a consistory tins month for the creation of twcntr cardinals is no lunger shrouded in mystery. Me was warned by IV. of whom his holiness de- manded a candid statement, (hat wcakf-iK-d condition ot his system made it likely that an ntlnck of go or a chill, from both of which h Ifiig been a sufferer, or the slightest of any character might prove Siipt. of Neglected Child- ren Paid City Official Visit R- D. CImdwick, superintendent of linen is to the Sherman law prohibit-j the department -for delinquent and that trust combinations he f0rcetl neglected children, spent yesterday in WELL PLEASED WITH THE WORK TRYING TO CONCENTRATE ON A STRONG MAN FOR MAYORALTY Negotations on Foot Which May Result in the Compromise Be- tween Two or Three Mayoralty McKeown Retires-News of the Municipal Fight Mr. Goode Won't Retire At two o'clock this afternoon H. J. Goode announced to the Her- ald that so far as conferences and compromises arc concerned, he ts through with them. He is go- Ing to stay in the mayoralty fight to the finish and has lots of friends to say he will win. A. H. McKeown Is supporting Mr. Goode. This announcement is definite and positive. Mr. Goode will ad- vocate commission government for Lethbridge. If David King's announcement of his candidature for the mayoralty chair docs nothing more, he will satisfaction of his many supporters. I When the question of tlie mayoralty He hag a large and influential fr.'r candidates -is settled it Is expected lowing supporting his Candida tin v.-, j'that there will be a large number of who say he will give a good account aspirants for seats on the council of himself when the ballots are count- ed. He has not announced the planks OE his plat-form as yet, hut gives the assurance that it will be a progrjisive one, and one in keeping with the pol- icy which has been followed by the city in the matter of public improve- ments during tins past few days, Is Sawing Wood Aid. Goode is saying very little but is on the job all the time. There Is a chance that tomorrow may an important announcement from this come forward, and the ratepayers may be sure that they will have a long list to choose from. Mr, McKeown has addressed Ute following letter to the Herald: MAN'S GREED RUSSIA CUTS FOR YELLOW Expert Won Will Seek for Gold'in Wild Uugava Land Cobalt, Out., Xov. there will leave Cobalt, a crew of eight men, Inking with them full eq-uipmen and supplies for a six months' trip in search of placer gold in Ungava. The country has been scoured for goot dogs for the toboggans, on which will he drawn all the supplies. The expo- should enter the Hold and offer my- self as candidate for mayor of this city for the year 1912. I might say diiarter. There- Is talk that Aid. owing to reasons beyond my coirtrol (Joode, -Mr.' Match and Mr. Stafford j it be [mp0ssible -for me to enter may g'at together some time today to field year decide who shall .enter the field .In T to take tm-s occaBlon, how- known that he has stirred enough dis- (opposition to Dayid A move- everj to express my sincere cussion among the citizens to last jment is foot to fl io the electors who have inter- through the whole of a red hot muni- i cornered fight if possible, and it is csted !n my behalf in this Mr, McKeown's Petition Editor regret indeed to say that after very careful cohsictera- will he financed John Black tion I find it is quite Impossible for of Crown Reserve fame, and other me to accede to the wishes of my Montreal capitalists. A route lias many frifeiidg who are anxious that I been mapped one following one of the cipal campaign. Everybody looks for jlI l n thrc ;iniltter> but j sin-Mreiv hope that the the announcement of a new mayoralty big Hudson Bay coastal plan rivors. to wear "felon's assails Mr. chiefly 'fnr what he terms Bhis advocacy of "legislative land he quotes from thc formoi- presj- editorial ihe following refer- lenuy to the Standard Oil and thc to- trust' decisions 01 the supreme contended that in these decision's thc supreme, court 'log-' lisUu-d. So it did, and it had (0, hc- Mcaune congress had signally failed to its duty by legislating. ,But where Ithc executive body has ostensibly left n" field which it imperative AWARDED BIG AMOUNT FOR DAMAGES Northern Pacific Mulcted for Lite of Pullman Porter Spokane, Wash., Nov. Oli- iount on his being in the to So before tho people as an aspir- j ual route of the street railway is de- j ver, widow of .John A. Oliver, a pull- w11' result" 1n two of-thorn withdraw-. BUCCessflll candidate for mayor, also candidate every day, and they are ing and throwing in their support .in thc board, will see their! seldom disappointed." favor thc choice. ]way to into their serious Good Man Withdraws After thinking, the matter over for consideration the question of a sub- way at the raifcvay crossing on West- Today is no exception to the rule. Although the statement is not mado t definitely, it may 'be taken for few days, A. H. McKeown has do-inUnster Road. ed that A. B. Stafford's candidature eided to: withdraw name from the] Now that we are ntaoiit to undertake will iw announced tomorrow. Seen Hal of .candidates. He Is in favor of the very important and very much by the Herald today he would neither getting the beat man for the portion work of constructing the deny or confirm the rumor, but Etat- and giving him the support of a Tarpe street railway, I feel that it would be ed that he would make dc'i'mlte an- j majority of the people. It is quite very desirable at the present time to nouncement tomorrow. His friends'i possible that he may allow his up tba.t question Ire fore the coiifklently c He is very popular anil would :ant for aldermanic honors. the city. In company with Sergt. Lamb of the city police force, who has charge of the work here, he visit- ed the new children's home which is under construction, and expressed himself as very well pleased with Ihc arrangements being made 'by tlie city to take care of their neglected chil- dren. -He .thinks the city Is doing ex- cellent' work along these lines, and looks for a clearing up'of the cases of petty crlntte by small hoys of tho city such as have troubled the police in past. The building wKI he fin- ished in the course of n few weeks. Ifroiii thu public standpoint to fill, when Mr. Chadwick will pay ano-the; llliL-n no possible blame attaches to ('visit to tlw city to the depart- the official or officials .who step in be- ment here to arrange management numerous citizens at the present tune tion in an effort to give that part of make a good mayor. The campaign in favor of Geo. M. Hatch is progressing to the entire Nomination pnuon 01 recognition by the con- I hind a curtain In thc corridor. I McNulty faction, "-'is 'a Mvernl times through tho "cclalc" dnlognles, sev. hansiiiK; and t.hon fired three shots from his revolver into thc man's body. Menu while his wife, in a frenzy of fear, sprang Into tho H trout from window on the fourth floor and waa killed on the spbl, era I of whon? arc included in the Held delegation, will take advantage of this opportunity of Marling their light against President Gornpers and the prescnt-.rcgfme on the floor ol the convention. JAMBOREE CAUSED A FALSE ALARM El Paso, Texas, Nov. 20. What was supposed at first to have bed an attack ou Juarez hy Reyistas proved upon investigation to have, been a celebration by Maderoisto on thc anniversary of the beg nning oi the Madcro revolution The principal feature oi the demonstration was the discharge of fire-arms, which gavoi rise to a report that the followers of General Hcyes were attacking ;