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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. 12 PAGES. Lethbridge, Monday. November HUNDRED KILLED IN MEXICAN RIOT CRIPPEN'S PETITION FAIL! ISSUES ANNUAL REVOLUTION IN MEXICO 1GA1NST PRESIDENT DIAZ Serious Riot Just Across Line From United States Reported on Sun- Soldiers Attended Bull-Fights Fully Buys ail Tfie Arms Mexico hundred, A newspaper correspondent said persons, including the chief, of pplice, j that not more than-forty -were killed were killed in riots at Puebla yester- day, according to statements of pass- engers arriving her .tonight. The stor- ies told arc that the trouble began at Pueblo 'during .the.-recent fighting: .Sixteen, of the dead..were .revolution- hd said, and., .the... others vere members of the.police force, soldiers SIR WILFRID'S SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY Ottawa, Nov. 21. King George has cabled Sir Wilfrid Laurier as follows: "Please accept my sincere congratula- tions on your- seventieth. birthday. May you be blessed with many, more years of health and The expectation is that .the debate on the address. which will Appeal and .Petition of Thousands Prove Unsuccessful this morning when several po.licenren, The correspondent Leaded by' the chief, attempted to timated the number Qt wounded about j east this afternoon, will continue if, not for break up a sleeting of ahii-rcelec.tion-j 125. ists-being held in a-large hall. As i Quiet at El'Paso Chief oi Police; Migel Cabrera and his El Nov. passed men advanced toward the building {without; disorder Mexican bor- der in the El Paso., At door was opened by a cliief. woman who A .fi glit 'then between the po- lice. and the. occupants. A bomb was .thrown from" .one of the windows in midst of'-the .policemen and rur- ales, .the 'latter .-having been called to The bomb explod- 'Blic other casuali- ties occurred in the course of. fight-ing which took place in the street.. So f s r 'as known there were no Americans tilled. Quieter Yesterday Mexico, Nov. The insurrection, assist the officers. kilting many..; longer, as a.- numder of members have -aSclar- ed, their intention of speaking.. This: will be a-heavy day, however, because following, the .usual practice- leaders HANGS WEDNESDAY Must fay- -Death Penalty at ointed i R. L. Borden and Sir. Wilfrid Lau'rier. which was1 said to have been planned nition at Juarez the-entire .stocks1 oc for today, against the government -of failed' lo, materialize. Sunday Ciudad Juarez" the weekly bull .be beard after the mover and which at lirst was. ordered'cancelled, seconder have spoken. Tie first four was.finally permitted after 100 mer- speak-ers will be. McGiverin, chants of that city, made appeal to .the government agreeing to attend-the fight-armed and guaranteed that order would be maintained.. No "disturb- ance, however, was attempted. Sol- diers "were held in their.barracks .at Jaurez today. Usually it is -the ,'.cus- tom, to allow the soldiers--to attend the bull fights without arrds. .Today this order was suspended.. Tonight it is impossible to buy a rifle or ammu- the local .'establishments -having, been purchased by Mexican .federal officiate passed- without incident, and- while and stored under guard at the cus- Ilio authorities have not relaxed their I toms- house. 'An El- Paso 'contractor vigilance it is 'believed no further returning from Chihuahua reports much excitement at that" placet both) troubles- w-ill occurr. Special despatch es' from- many points stated tha-t ev- erything 'had "been -jjuiet all day. Two among the. Mexican population and the American, residents.- "The. latter, he. men whose..occnpations are mine fear another -anti-American es, arrested in Pachesa and {.demonstration .as occurred, last ..Sun- day, while the .Mexicans are in .favor of-" the -A-. despatch from .Del Rio, on the Mexican "thatfruihots are current-, there of a fight which is supposed.-; to have taken brought here. It is believed they are suspected 'of- having been implicated in government. A said''.that 'the .cbildr'enipt three women who are now in iaiK.cliargcd with firing-on the WORK MOVES Satisfactory Progress Oil Grand Tr link Is Reported St. "John. N. -B., chief engineer Xov. C.'-O- of' "the National soldiers during -the- -Pueblo fight, .place', nearthere night' woman, tiveen Americans: be- _ wo man under- arrest was. 'released "after an-investigation snow- ing that -she had not participated in Ihe fray. It is reported place seventy miles south in Mexico and 'several kill- ed. The-ireport is unconfirmed. OLD TIMER SAS PASSED AWAY A'etenM of Bed Biver Ex- pedition Died in Winnipeg Winnipeg, Xov. Chcnier, a veteran of the Red River expedition an-d an ex-member oi the Manitoba legislature and the -dean of the provin- cial service, passed away at his home j here yesterday, aged 68 years. He was a native oi St. f-Iermas, Que., and after -graduation from -St. Therese j _, members are urged to attend. College, took up the study of law. He practiced ar. the 'Manitoba bar, but sines 1871 has been in the civil set- vice.. I'fc was a member of the legis- lature from. 1874 until 1878, and as- sisted .in drafting the first laws of the He is survived by a one son and two daughters. CANADIAN CLUB LUNCHEON TOMORROW James Simpson" and Prof.; Robertson, of the Royal Com- mission of Technical Educa- tion, will -be the guests at a Canadian Club luncheon to- morrow at. the Alexandra Cafe, ten o'clock snarp. They will .both speak. Tickets can -be obtained from the office of S. J. Shepherd, Canadian Bank of Commerce .building: of the secretary. J.L. Manwaring, Herald office, or of the treasurer. G. H. John- ston, at the city offices. All Transcontinental railway construction work Brunswick, is-hoins at-, ter-an inspection trip. 2, 3 an-d 4 com- prising', iC4'-miles 'troni -Monsionj .the work is practically, complete and the big viaduct over t'ue-Salmon ab'out tw-o-thirds contractors finish A1 portion of. the work will to go-over until'next spring, but. the o'.t look is 'that the road will'be and s on this..section t-the-middle ot .JanOary.. T ime WMffiOYER Report Work Great ..-Fills, .Mont- Kor." The local "hoard oi commerce yesterday "ssniythi: loilowine: 'telegram to Census .Director deny thetrufti-j fulness- of- your statement as .to the census oi -this ''.city for 1900, and your statement of. census taken of this "city this''ear. ,.It is. a gratuitous, in- ffi is If there were, frauds committed. -.'in- the first taking of "census here' year .they- were com- mitted by -your 'agents -without the the fol- lowing report. done, by the knowledge- of our of the city fay Avas.- -Thfc. recount your agents a fraction of the residents being .taken. The. city of Great Palls' demands, a recount and it bV represented in th Ca'ippen must .hang. is schedul- ed to occur on Wednesday next, ac- cording to order of court. A huge, petition bearing thous ands of signatures, failed of its pur- pose, namely, of securing a, re- prieve "for .the '-'doomed Business ancUproaessiocai iinen, .retired persons of wealth and-many of high social .standing united in a common effort to at-'least "...delay ;the execution if' it could noi.be entirely'be prevented. The. law proved adamant and Crippen must-meet .the terrible fate of tlie derer. Reports from various portions "j of .the American continent to the ef-- fect that "-Belle; Elmore, .Crippen's, ac- tress liad ..been seen -alive, and well did not influence the court in re- .pudiating .the.stand..-previously taken. 'Harvev "Hawley-. Ciappen'-'-has been found guilty, oi He must: pay the penalty and is death. Even, the'-fact that Crippetfs aged father last week' of.a .of -the frauds oh the part, of the in an- attempt to belittle American'-city ,that has upwards pi can prove it. DREW WE GALICIAN CJiuiaiiiiiii at Neepavvn Guu. days and rest, able to count The report -will' what b'y the inunlci- .closing, and.; is' .very and com- plete.; :To the "bridge" Npvem'ber .19, 1910. Tttie :'.C-ity of tfith- -brief .iveepawa-, .al-j at.shooting took place here yes streets, grounds 'terdayii-aftiirnoon, the principals ;-'in which were "a Chinese cook and a Gali cian.- The couple had soinc words 'broken and.', .the quarrel was J_T_ in the rotunda' f'the hotel prolong Crippen1 have been law is The and has refused to 'recognize influence of kind, and the execution of Dr. Harvey TIawley .Crippen within forty for-traffic early next summer. j eight hours will forever close a chap- expected that'work will have'to be ter annals of crime 01 interest- to two continents. Leneve Visited Him -declining petition for suspended for this season in a weeks, -for much that remains.-to be done such as ballasting, etc., cannot bo carried on after the ground. the frost, sets in MAIL CAR BURNED Schenectady, X: Y.. Nov.- in a mail car on the New York Central train near here yesterday destroyed the contents and ruined The -car was filled with mail bound for San' Francisco. the reprieve the Home Secretary sim- ply stated that he declined to inter- fere with the- sentence of the court. Leneve visiU-d Crippen today, who was unaware the petition had failed, as was Leneve. until just before enter ing the prison, when she saw a news- paper placard intimating the news. Afterwards Leneve said Crippen was bearing up wonderfully well and quite 1 resigned to his fate. was bystander and. the case is up for- "hearing. in> the pplico .court: V THE BLESSINGS OF PROTECTION Nor. number of "unemployed in the United States is estimated at by the investigation '.board of tlie Bowery Mission. Fifteen per cent, of them are said to be in New York City, and vicinity. '.race track in "the new -fair- grounds ;Jiave -been graded, in Aroiving approximately Cement half feet. Water Mains- linl' oi water-, mains 'have been laid: -20.980 -lin..fee't. "or 3.97- -miles -in' North i miles s'onth-. of the railway.'. or The -in. .cast leading, north, from the stand.- pipe street South wiU.be .completed ar Third avenue South, this season. One hundred and eighty-two' .house connections in North Lethbridge, "and Ib'S in South Letn-qri'dge. -have been put in to date, making "a" total num- ber to date of 1.551. lineal or .3.8 miles of sanitary sewers -have been laid, of which lineal feet was 2.0- Jincli, and trunk line -r I AFTERMATH OF HALLOWE'EN Young Men Fined For Playing- Pranks That "T1 T" OPPOSED TO CHANGE Barbadoes, B. W. I, Nov. .meeting of eighteen, delegates repre- senting the Chambers of Commerce of the British, West Indies and Guania. strongly condemn the proposal to discontinue the direct mail service to England in. favor of- an improved ser- vice via Canada, GREAT DAMAGE BY FIRE New York, Nov.- in New York tdday drove hundreds of people panic stricken in the streets and caused property damage approximate- M TvmrTinn ft TTTI i "TA t IJAILI HtKALD S PRIZES ATTRACTIVE TO CANDIDATES The McLaugKlin-Buick Automobile and European Tour, the .Most Valu- able Prizes are Bringing Most Inquiries-The Laggan and Banff Vacation Trips and the Purses of Gold Too are Attracting Much Attention-The Shetland Pony for the Boys and Girls is Another Good Feature 15-inch, on the of Sewer. .System_No. 2, Tie Herald's subscription contest differs from the general run of voting contests as conducted by newspapers. The first great difference is that all tUe prizes save two may be taken in cash. The candidates in Lethbridge Pinch'-r Creek, Nov. 20. Three ycHiiig farmers of Stiramerview, were involved in a case tried before Magis- trate Plur.kctr in Ihe Council Cham- ,ber on .Saturday afternoon. The case "arose out of a prank usually played on. a T-Tallowe'en night, when, the '.young men referred to betook then> on the night of November Sth to the abod-c of Samuel Hartley and removed -the wheels of a buggy, after having taken that conveyance some distance from the hou'se. Gilbert Scott, a few days afterward con- fessed 10; being one of the trio who had committed the "outrage" and handed to Hartley for "any dam- ages the same time; naro- his companions in the joke. Ralph Pridluun was tried singly in thft case, iho others agreeing to abide by the decision of t-hr coitrt in this instance govern their own. Thr. result was 'the three defendants were each SI and costs, with damages of ?-3.75 rach for tho plaintiff. In pass- ing sentence the magistrate censured the defendants for removing property from premises not their own. A. C. Krnimis plain- 1iff, and In- Ormond, for defend- ants. Tbo case attracted a great rioal of interest' in tlie Summerview icitlcnicnt. DAMAGE BY FLOOD Paris. Nov. River Seine is failing slightly again -today. The flood has caused heavy losses to property owaers. Hundreds of tenants have abandoned their homes which are bor- dering on the river because of damp- ness. .v .T. .T fy. .j. t, JL, .T. ,T, ''''1' MUST HAVE NAVY Melbourne, Nov. ing at the banquet of the La- ibor party. Premier Fisher said Australia, had had to take measures' for defence and fcr inculcation of a national sen- timent. That reason for their navy. If it cost ten millions sterling the amount would have to ,'be paid. He be- lieved the people of Australia were prepared lo pay the price. prizes, representing 9200 in money may be taken by the win- ners, not something said to be worth That's one good point. The candidates in the 1000-and-over population towns compete among themselves for two cash cash is desired. The candidates in all towns under 1000 population compete for prizes of the game value the contestants in the larger outside towns That way of outlining' a contest in- sures a reward for candidates who c'an devote little time to the "contest and can not cover more territory than tneir own immediate locality. It isn't a matter of one candidate talcing down everything: that is good. There are twelve prizes in many candi- dates are assured reward. Division of Territory The division of territory is Abso- lutely fair to all, and every candidate has an equal chance to win the grand HH prizes. However, thev only to compete for any of the prizes is to enter your name or the name of some friend as a candidate. Do net forget, please, thai, the one nominating the winner of tte auto, coronation, trip or building lots will he given ?10 in easa and the Daily Herald, free, for five years. The Popular McLaughlin-Buick Car Naturally the M-cLaughlin-Buick automobile will be won by the candi- .vioie laj'SKsi. f number oi votes at tlie close of the contest. This splendid auto is ample reward for on 5 spare ather- candidate, even if more than time is devoted to the work of ing votes. If the winner of the auro, for Instance, should reside in Division B (territory outside of then 1 he coronation trip or in gold would go to the candidate in Division A (city of Letauridge) having the vote at. the close of the con- off all the good prises. Note that fea- ture of this contest, please. Riglit now. when cold weather is almost upon us, is" a good time to start earning a summer vaca'- tion that-you will have plenty .of time to make arrangements for. outing nt anrl Ranff_ nil ov. penses paid, is a trip worth, while. M'lieu comes the option of accepting time after the holidays? At the close of the contest will be a good time to (training the portion of the city be- tween Seventh avenue South, and Tenth avenue South. The trunk line ot System No.' 2 has been extended as far east as Twelfth A street south on Ninth. Ave. South, and from, Nintir avenue-. So utli to me corner of Thirteenth- street South and Eighth avenue South, via'" Twelfth street South and Eighth avemie south. The outlet for Sewer System No. 3 tor North Lethbridge is at present un- der construction. House sewer connections numbering 176 have, been .made during the past season, making a total 'of- 740 installed to date. New Plank lineal feet, vation. -During- 1910; 74: tions.frbm- the 'water vards were installed; 116 in preyious'- to -'19 10, 190'' connections1., installed t Genisrai.j-Iii'. [August. Steam'" done 'would Gravity During -the' examining "'the and e ai. preliiiinary.: line; on Belly; .-'It' and.- 'although, the; th' crea-sed-cost 'ot lv -better .fire ipr Quaiityl of .water1' inion; Justify a tttrel- 47 capital cost- of ten! quantity nearly, if of j a> gravity greater anriuaL cost- pumping plant if nearly. equaV the'c6s.f.-bf .-a'jgr tern. 'Tiie quantity of gallons be needed. at 7onc'e, "arid in propositions' the penditui'e 'of interest and of- principal -plus operating cost pumping- added'' to." from year, to to actual for. pated growth, should be compared; to tne initial expenditure, or .the interest and repayment -charges, plus- the-; an- nuai. operating expenses --of -the-graT-- i ity system spread .over a term of "year's" This, in my is the .only way that we will-ever be7aible to reduce- our water rates. An improvement; in fire would mean lower fire insurance .rates and tae amount so 'saved would tute a further re'asonfor the .construe- tion of the new system -if found feasi- ble. Sewage DJsposaJ .7 During tne year, the question of-ieV age purification 'has been diseased, and .advice- .obtained -frosi T. Aird Murray, sanitary, commending workg-to cost At present, ve. have just obtained pennissJon. from the Provincial Board of Health "to instal .the is expected that construction will.be started" early nest year. In'pursuance of-an agreement "with, the C: P. an overhead bridge is "to be .constructed by them- over the. rail- way yard at Ninth streer South, one" or 1.6fi miles of new plank walks have fialf of e cost of wnich is to be been principally in North bjr _tae Lcthbridge. No work has yet been done, but the'' Old Plank Walks are 'beinS prepared by tlie'C. P. eal feet, or 4.13 miles of old plank engineering WInnK feet in North -Lethbridge, and 17.525 jtlon be started-early next spring. lineal feet south of the railway, and Part, of the agreement provides for and oad he Bruce Brick Yard with'First av- hi test. Do not overlook .the fact that i the winner of the tour abroad is not if i't is not convenient to take the 49 plank. street crossings put in be- tae Second street crossing, ar trip. Could you use S73 along some sides those included in the !a roafl connecting -Maeleod ror walks. ja Crib and Conduits, Power South was necessary, and 1'be crib. 40xSO ft; and two 32-inch islon made for cost of in byiaw passed. This road is-at present isnder con- struction, and when compleird will give direct access lo the southern' nart of tbe cit.y from ;he district on. the west side of the Belly River. invest in real- estate: ?75 invested as first payment on a pair of lots might j diameter conduits, for additional sup- make ?75' before a Of filtered water for domestic con- and po'.ver house uses ac the Power HOUSP. have -been-completed, as well .as :i third .'52-inch conduit for