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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VI. TWELVE PAGES Lcthbridge, Alberta. Friday, CENTS. "Number 200 STRAIGHT II A Ex-Mayor Tells of his Work in Interests of King Slaughters the Hamilton Makes a Strong Constructive Development His Ambition BELltlE MINE IS Mr. Alkin Puts his Platform If Wednesday nigbt was lUe night mayor's offlce and round lying on the the Citizens nisei's desk contracts for alt tlse work Ditcting at Central School was one for j in 191 i. I.don't know that I want lo those not of lhac In fact, criticize Ihpsy contracts. don't the ticket was rather roughly handled, I know that I can. -It aeo-iu'U to to particularly by AlJ. Hamilton whose' lhat the iicofle wanted I heMC-rk done, rfcinaiks carried the Btltig of Ueliber-; The only thing I might criticlztj Is i Henoss that entirely pleased those of i lhat the 1911 council had not.lnvltcd mil-ticket leanings. me, after I lud teeii elected, to be I Messrs. Hatch. King and Hamilton present when they were But i tvere the orators- The crowd wasn't they were v.-fc ha A lo p.n j ro large as at urcvlous meetings r.luad. Vi'i: h. d Lhtife present were content that they Ihc work vaut-to say to f were repaid for their trouulo in at-( you people lhat 1 don't fcnoiv any clly 1 tending, ''j where such work lias been bettor' Hatch reviewed Itis acl-, donc al less CGsL" Inns as a'public man in this city The then reviewed the lo and including !Dl2j when he was various money troubles encountered Before the North Ward Citizens Of Any.Coal Mine in the Crow's Nest Figures Show CLEAN CUT POLICY i Defends Participation of Clergy- man in Municipal Affairs Imperial Limited Westbound in a Wreck on Shores of Lake Superior Ex-Aid. King flayed the ex-mayors died as was thought best at that time, since 1009 to the fullness of Ms heart, and cop'M'lering that -the city had ma" lug one ot those fighting speeches had any serious difficulties in tor which he is becoming famous, and the past over financial mailers, it fceejuig the crowd in roars of laugh- appeared at tlie time as .if. everything hotter, brighter lei1. ivas'teing doue for "the best llut It Aid. Hamilton surprised everyone, is easy to criticize ;iflcr Icottrig back told that ho was In the campaign with the knowledge Imparted hy a the position commissioner year's of intolic utilities because be believes; '.'It-was wearisome time we had that in that position he can do the that year, but most lo forward the development, of with 'the city we ha" I.cth'iiridge as an industrial center, go of Ms 1010, "An absolutely dean city" ir strongest plank m the platJonra of Cuthbert At kin, candidate lor the (jrst comimssipticrsliip, who made.his dehut in Hi i.ighl al HE _ ouit ardent, and almost-vehement real to the electors ot the city exercise their fracc'iise in favor BeUeviie, Xov. figures compiled al the Uellcvue mit.c shov. that it'is .the heaviest pioducer coal ol any mine in the I'ass, and probably in Canada. Kur the month of .October, the total output for tK'cuty-lhiec days' ut-rt, the tipple luniiiiig singlf shift, was 000 tons.. This out j) u I would easily have siily thousand, liad it iiol been for. the lour days' loss, due io t-ar'shortage anil bieafrapc. The total tonnage of the Crows with thirteen mines he- FIREMAN WAS KILLED Feifile and Michel, ironi Sept. Sept. 1st, 1313, was m-jnicipal eainpaign last oLwhfclj Ihe llellevue pro- Train Ran Inlo a ow Escape From an Aw- ful Disaster And as a Consequence a Mount- ed Policeman was Fined for Neglect of Duty ,tood acil for aP" shigle day's output tlurin frofo the Uellcvue, was oi lowest being There are Montreal, Qiie., Xov, confirmation of the derailing of the imperial Unified train was given at ihe office of Vice-President McMchol, of the C. Pc H-, this moaning. A des- this itiiip.j patch received by the U. P. U. at S.30 the 537 a biKser, men employed today, the equipment lor I r Lcth- _.. toward IJie" most absolute safety ol the intimation at company's headquarters, of the wreck. The contents of this telegram wore to Ihc effect thai train N'o. 1, the His handling of points cqvcreit them. Since'llie terrible explosion in l r XI bj- ins platform, was succint, com-'this imue Ih'l'Jll, J. U. McDonald from .Montreal io urchensivc anil adroit tlis was thu n. liad bien derailed a ten iMnagrrllc lome lime we had that had been was at onetime manager ot the Hill- ;Imles came Ifcrcugh it thus far. He told what he crest Collieries, and is an expert Ql ive today. We can was fining to do, if elected, and-liow manager., Uader bis direction the he waygoing to do it- His oration, mine has beeii" pat in which lie Is sure it may yet be, .cor and Buy we should. have ploughed 50 far such it was, left every hearer t'ioh, in regard to ventilation ile- j miles out of the village of Angler, .ear Ileruri" flay on Like Super- The engine 'and express car went off the tract, ami a fireman was drowned when ihe. locomotive shot ploughed-1-TOO. We wjth an exact idea pi what "they velopment aitf protection to the min- ovcr the "embankment into the U has the potentialities Iti that dlrec-. acres ___________ lion. And lo the buge delight-of the -probably would, have been better off might expftt, if they'elected him. He aulhoritallvcly Elated lo be anti-ticket-faction; who "were out in If we had gonc n-little easier. Hut commenced by telling them that sonic crease in :.tiie output will continue for numbers, he treated them to his rlis-! it-whs the spirit .of the west that we oi liis remarks miglit 'ofund them, many-years. Tht produclion is Limited was carrying rrertation of what one "rooter" in the should mafce but that they, were true, andV he. lated entirely by thn tipple. The I the trans-continental mails, hut the back of the hall was pleased lo .ierm j We watiteJ lo maintain our position "Tammany" inelhods. -Aid. HamU-lag the third city of Alberta.. We ma would rather oflend lhan to mlr.e'-A-itl produce murb more than y cover up what he believed. Strange the tipplc'pcaD handle, and steps are Ion's address was on the whoSo con_- complain hardens "now. They to say, .the poiisis which -tlic speaker _now being taYrii 'to "improve and in- structive, which served as a relict are heavy. Hut I'ni-sirre'th'e lime in calculated would from ihe rather destructive, speeches :noL far off when'Lethliridge.wilL be All o( the charges, except oac, against Ihe officers and constables of the in "K" division, pre- ferred by T- KiSwIn yniith, Ihe So- cialist, as a icsull of a raid made at Diamond City ago in con- i.rction with onenses against the litjuor oidinar.ce, .were by Assistant Cuthbert yeaicritay. was found guilty of ncgltt-L of duty and firicd. It vas alleged that he failed to supply he jirisc-neis with fooi! and le clainiwl lhat he ha'l offered them these necessities, and that they l.aJ ieen ret'-sed, but the ot evi- dence was against him. The hearing was commenced Wednesday at Diamond and concluded yesterday at the barracks. The prosecution callrd'afiout twfnty- fivc witnesses, uho "to have poor ifiemoiies ami gfiorl icimgina- tions. The charges were as follows The polite were harsh in thsir treatment nf-prisoners their trial 1. Pulliijg peaceable- dtizf-ns In iroas and keeping tLein chained lor lioura. 2. Keeping men .without food- all 3. Keeping mm in" wet on a cold dav. 1. Ilaulin' which are.generally to have' dominated th? campaign to Hatch. in calculated would calise coasleinatton crease the 'capacity tipple. The E a and offence, created- much ap_plause.' a'toQch syndicate, ifn.' He said'in pait "Anyone a c.and-has" beeWfn'orerafToiridr about city of and. our present cullies given, way to some--vote, and assumes tho -'don't care' nine-years; attitude, is not :or-she, Lethbrldge he had helped to manage these are a couple of supplied.-.Ue must have a decisively- the sports program at the'fair, and the matters lio dealt'with In a c'Bar vision power to sro ihrou3h even to far back as "that the people manner of which he-wag not asbametl. a hnck liad been safiafied had not Would We Glye'.TKem Up? dnnc ED badb- And bo-had been "I am running im' my. record in .this Identified with.; "public movcmtnls campaign. I think t-ciari lay claim to ever however, receiv- having had a" father..largo part in the ;ng any onormons honorarium lor hU development of Ihe-cilrcommoncinB sink himsclf JYC hig ttf hfc Now that an attractive snl- j with the" adminiBtratfoii of lho-Iale.and tjme-j0 the cltv'lic- airris ltd ary is attached lie is not ashamed Mayor Henderson. 'Tho city has de- scrve_ Anv rt'rsire-only casts" say that II. attracts." him, and If reloped In those six "or-seven years. a sju'r on the nmnicipal life of record Is such an to lead the voters of Ixjthbridge to believe. Hatch Jn wall. .There has been a1 lack of intelligence in -.other elections. .Electors hare acted -blirid- intcrest. "I believe Uiat a candidate should ASPIRANTS AD MEETING IN THE CENTRAL SCHOOL -AUDITORIUM Jl cars were unscnllied. The cause of" the derailment was indeter- minable. The fireman was said to be IV1. district in which were "hurt. a sick iiian ol bed. :i. Jinking a public, eiiliibition of their nligltv. abusive and- obscfiic' lan- guage to tliu priponrrs. The police were.unnecessarily harsh treatment'of-ihe' prisoners Irial rfid viz.: Failing to provide food for pris- Huerta's Message Taken to Mean Possibility of Peace HsS Disappeared NOT THE U. S. VIEW Madero Brothers Given Shelter in ihe U. S. Con- sulate at Vera Cruz London, Nov. 20.-In official quar. tcrs, here there is a decidedly spoiicicat iceling rigacdiug tbe Jieii- csn question. Th.e1 hoye of a peaceful solution ol the question disapptaied when i'rcsident Huetla's message to the new congress became kcown. Id bad uegun to. wane. While sending of British warsbips io Mex- ican waters' is said oliicially lo pro- vide in case of necessity for the- res- en? of liritisli piutectiou o! ISritish property, there is a grow- ing belief that surh coatingency is at hand. BlifilXKING 0V THE END Washington; D. C., NOT. Tho convening o! tho Mexican congress and lluerta reading his message aro regarded by officials 'merely, carrying tbe situation one fur- ther along and not as evcnis forecast anv -immediate -step by 'the linltcd Sta'tcs. The view here- is thai each day adds to ivhat adMinis- tration officials regard as -the .steady and gradual disintegration ol tlio lluerta regime. ..The official view is that should the congress act -on English oil conces- sions acts will be-' WiBoipcgt Nov. of-, oners. ficiaV.statpmcnl 2. -Failing to re- ihp oi the .Tice-presiirat. of the C.P.n..j thai, the' accident to tho Im- 1 '3. tn allow prisoners "'to perial Limited'at ColdwclIj.Onl., this conimunicale ivith thtir friecds. the result of the coIIH sion-o! the Ihcomothe with a reek rept m prisoners mentioned es- (o o srng on the track. 'It is confirmed that, liquor, ar.d were assessed the rr.ini- ___ The men have been having their may be prone to grumble afttie cjty. v.'e must not.brs-tatc to stand' siiarc- of the meetings so far this h ihe burdens. But if we were to Find to- on cpnvicttons.' Thin is an' bul tonight is ladies'" n! ifht. best man lo look after their morrow a" salo for'all .tbese .Improve. makir.g campaign. The eyes ol tht" They-will be out in force to hear the he can promise lhat they will have menta, all our graded and raved whole world are on us, ar.d we must .mayoralty in Ihe Central the same faithful.service they have streets, our parlis and: .show the world that we know what, school auditorium. This I8 the first our electric light and si reel railway-, we are aflrr. Without honesty oi pur-'; municipal meeting ever held under had In the past. Dc-alln? Ms 1912 administra- tiOK-Mayor Halcft said: "On Ihe 2nd day of January, 1512, I went Into tho I systems, how many of you would vote ppse, no'city. can prosper." Al- in favor of (Continued, on kin'pkadrd lor's clean clcction'.abovo Because tKe Women had Set RECORD LAND WATCH'AT RED DEER OFFICE DESERVED THE- LAND' Tied Dfer, Nov. week SALE OF GOVERNMENT LAND TO MAYOR OF GIMLI THE CAUSE OF Oltawa, Ont., Xov. is under- Jnlm' Piper, ol Red Deer, was sue- stood here in government circles that ccsslul in Ming ori the S. K. quarter lion. Dr. minister oi the Fire lo a Great Lumber Yard Near Oxford of 1G-38-37, the a lerior, and .M.P. for homestead. The- quarter is a very Selkirk, have had many heated ols- one, aijd is mllfs til-jcussions over to'Mayor rrct cast oi Hed Peer. Mr. Piper has Turgcson, of GirnlVa valuaWc'Uimli had liis eye on it "for, beach frontage which the town "had time, and wrote.the aE practically owned lor 30 years. Ottawa lo have it thrown open lor A The consideration.was for a Oxford, England, Novv homeBlcad, it having previously been piece.ol property. geancfi was promptly vlsKcd upon the held for timber land. Mr.' 1'ipfr devrloprnents aie lhat "Tiuseson" has euflmgetlcs, who early loday sol (ire wp'li's sland at Ihc. doors oHltt Uo- been relusni a title, by the Torcens to a great lumber yard on tfaa Thamcft, near Oxford. minion land 'office, on KeptcmUr 7th, land office in Winnipeg. TlTs is' necfs- OtUwa, Xov. M.--lt Is the auspices of the ladles In tbe city ol Lethbrldse, and there can be little doubt the Interrest It TvlH cause. Ot the 4S5 lady voters on the list ab. out three hundred .are in the city. The front seals will be reserved for them. The mayoralty candidates are warned that they will have litde time to do more.lhan place their, platforms be- fore the ladiss. They have distinctly slated that they want nothing of tbe critic.lsm'which has attended the mun. Icijial.meetings so far. 'Then.after the speakers are finished they will ba'lhe targets for broadsides of questions by It will bo an intcrestlr-; session POSSIBLE THAT SCOTIA MAY HAVE ANOTHER RE. PRESENTAflVE- IN CAB. INET mun] fmp, oa the occasion mentioned. "no passengers were injured. FIRKMAN" KILLED Pott Arthur, Ont., Kov. 21. The first section of" the Canadian Pacific Uain'numtcr one, the. Imperial Lim- ited.-from Montreal to Vancouver, was detailed about 2.30 o'clock this morning at Red Sucker, near Pott Coldwell, about 175 milts of irre, when running -15 miles an hour, causing the death or. Fireman Ernest O'Connor, of Sch'reibcr. The'1 engineer escaped hy jumping. STo passengers were injured. The accident happened through the Jocomotivc colliding wilhe some ro'fc whlih.'had become displaced from, llic cut, ihe engineer not observing the ohslrtictron owing to.the nature, of a j paign al Cnrdston has 'not "shown'ii- HE IS WILLING TO SERVE CARDSTON IF THE REOPLE WANT HIM Cardslon, Alia., Xpv.- the approaching municipal. cam- ci'ivc at lhat engine an express car .uent. ofi the ti and one report, that a mail car accompanied thtm in lnfjr.pj.ip.jrfi over the embankment into the lake. Traffic-both cast and west will be delayed I'roin eight lo 'twelve hours. Fireman O'Connor leaves a ivifc and baby son. ne pjid I self very mar track, j to be- a'feeli SHEEP KILLING TRIAL MAKES A RECORD CHINAMEN WITNESSES AS Cook "vs. Hing Wo, the shvcp hilling rase in Supreme Couil, y ict a-record tor lengthy miscs Irials to (his city. The case .was opened yfs fi atlj tfl nights' vigil 16 entitlc'him 'lo the posstd at th: las jp, !oilowir.g an ths appointment' ol ..inother eab- morning aboul eleven o'cloA. Ma (0 MB t stss'on ol the Sliti-' member portfolio has I At n0on' today R was gomj; iull Mr.' linker kedly jet. There seems .ng in towns thai till the money stringency is over io oiie particularly cares to seelt pub- lic office. The term of Major. Rrown, of course, empires at Ihe end of Uecem- ber. Mr. when culled upon', did not wish to [msli himself Into the limelight, bul saij that if the'people of Cnrdston wanted him 'at the head of affairs for another, term, ;he was willing to act. Cai-dstbn bishop hag.been a member of the council for eighl years, three of wlilcli he sal (he major's chair. Only one othei name has been' men- tioned at all for.the oltlco ni mayor, and lhat Is II. C. Phipps, who oppos- ed Mayor Drown last election. Jas. H, Anderson, W. E. Pitcher and W. IT, Steed "serve for another year, but-Frank Hrown, S. and B. Harker this year. Mr. JJroTvn refuses to run again any- confidecatioiL He has had a strc-nj- ons ypar and "wants ft rest. K. Hark' ef was not in town'.and the pressman "ilm. oui 11 is un- Is not In tho While the lumber was bunilng, firsl chance' jof-iiling on, leg slatnrc, Turgesoii in govcmmfnt circles .Thc case.for Ihs plauilifi was j condition the offices of tho auffragcUe society This protaWy is a" hold "rig threatens to lake the JanlUr Into jhe of rc finished >lc yeslerday cicning, the g g N t 3land (or thi Ity wcr 'raided and wrecked down a al