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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lellilriilge, Alberta. Friday, .Novt-isiber 2S. CENTS. Xuiuber 29fi STEELE GIVEN Magistrate Deals With the Man Who Sold Liquor to Run- ning Funny HANSEN IS GUILTY mum Blood and Family Ties Nol Considered in Mexican Revolution IN mm Unionist Leadar and Sir Ed ward Carson Hold Meet- ings in Dublin Wash it; y, tun. N'of. 28- Sctrelary Dublin, Nov. Unionist pir- Daiiiels today urtlereJ Hear Admiral the war into tl.c fr.emy's rvmrnT n in HAT UAHNUI Raymond's Chief Magistrate De- cides to Successor C. P. R. Lawyer Does His Ut- most to Shake Testimony of Muller Hayfnond, -Nov. Kvaus 1 .vill not be.ntaytjr tu' Itayinnnd next' nuiniruir nrrrno urrtiw Elias Adams Advocalss Twice-a-Year Payment of Taxes and Abolition of Pearson on Civic Borrow- Williamson Criticises Hamilton's Claims- Mr. Adams Presents a Comparative Table of Tax Rales Ihc c.ise of ineti-who ar? entitled. Man Who Robbed the Lindsey j Residence to be Dealt" With.Monday Ottawa, Ont.. Nov. criti- Constructive policies madeJ Hie .1 examination ol J. I1. Mullet, lhe campaign meelini; in Gal- lu hrailr. school last .night, and in this Adams, ii he regard il diileied son-.ewhat lhe. 'friends- on his first appearance neetiats to d'lt- '-Ivi-Mayor in tliV campaign a week or 5o ago, Wkamscn and mu.l h.e ta, were li.c speakers. fo-Mayor hmv was rjn the program'bill failed In j as a business man, .could give the cit> u business administra- ting as the taxes arc. paid'in. 'This' collector comes along." cullty. On the evidence of anil the Indian, who with a Bories of told lito interpreter. Alex, uius Chief, exactly what happened. Siecle was convicted. -The Indian pointed an accusing al Steele in' lhe pris- oner's box.'slatlng on oath that Steeln had sold him the whiskey and that lie had fled down-the coulee bank when the detective appeared ou the eceilc. The magletralc is determined lo a Sinn to this" illicll traffic. He could do nothing but rind Steele guilty on lhe evidence submitted. Steele .has been arrested, .several times be- fore on similar 'charges, and -.Chief Skcltqn "waE of the opinion-thai Sleele' for. some' .v i His explanation did not. sink-.In.'-'ahd lhe .magistrate, handed.'.biro ..a .sen- tence of two months in .the barracks, j nnd a fine of S10IMIO. and. costs. In default of payment he was to be ini- lirlspned for an additional.'term ,of. terms with hard la- bor. j Running Funny -was remanded until 4 tomorrow for hearing. i j Pour drunks walked lhe carpel, bin j escaped with.lifht flnes of SLOJJ and 1 coals each. Three had the money, tut 1 one was stcuy broke, so will doiisue flftten days' hard labor to the sov- j ernmeut In default. Cuts Remanded 1 The. three, local ftuil charg- ed wllh TV breach of tbe Lords' Day J Act, by selling fruit and candy on the" I Sabbath, were again remanded. These caees will be Monday. young local man who is alleg- ed to have (oranlten (tie.straight and narrow by slipping a phony 510.00 cheque over on one Van Harlem, came bis cousin brought- from tbt; prison and stood in front ot a (Iriag squad oi revolulioniyjs, lilru down before, his mother's eyes. Hie. capture: of Victoria, which occurred a' 'week-, ago, reached Mexico. City today. .General Antonio Ksbago, the federal', up- on 'evacuating', ihtj. cjlyj proceeded the WpeclaUort- of-'tifakirfg'a connec- 'ihi1 federal., column' M'ofn- by fJer.eral Kubio who >va.s.lryirig to-got reHet: The rebels', .howeVcr, "srrit out a'flying squadron lo meet ..General Nava'rretc and.troops'.-and check their lirogress. .The fate'oi -both General N'avarrele's command, and rthat: oi Kshago is still: unknown here. against the" CYtlusion'of-woinfri'fron; present the council, will at hy yoiir the purport Mr. LawV nicslings tn Dublin acd his 'Hkciy. so. in tori'.anotbfr tenn. The '6! Mr. "Chryslfr's retort. rcEusalio receive a deputation of the i resignation oLCeuncilior will'i. is but the repression-of a women. They "nisi) intended him to state whether, the party was for. or against giving" wo- men the vote. of a fourth 'personal''opinion. "1 maintain Unionist man, Hobrrts or E. rny methods are and BEX CANDIDATE SUCCESSFUL IN BYE. MAORITY REDUCED IS (hat- that just-.ivliat-men. will, be nominal- ing maze til on llpcday niilit. Istoclvphfasis-andOegal technicalities. Canadian Premier M.-.kes'a Call on Presidenl Wilson in; Washington Washington, D. C., Xov. an iurjuiry as to the possibility ol. nego- tiations between the United Stales _imd Canada regarding eha'liges i !i'anadian tariff, or the renewal of tt-1 London, Nov. 27.-John McKatiane forts secure a reciprocity aErec-' today defeated John W. I.aidlaw, -inent, Premier liorden of (.anada who and members of the' arc up iti arras over the r.rlllclsm- leveled at mero by candi- uates in this campaign lo the effect that 'they' are responsible for the In- crease in the rale of -taxation tins year. They strenuously deny it nnd Ma'yor Hardie lias banded out a statement intended to show Uint.thfi increase of d" 'cent this year is lio more- than might be. ex in un for hearing for'lbo third time, bill _i Ms counsel requested, a further- fe- jdjdatc lor ir.and, it being-Branted .by his Wor- jotjtj- Oi aOJ. The rote was a :largc purpose m ininrt on his pre-senl. risil ship. He will baak the gloom of totalling ol which Mr. Me- lo Washington.- He said he lhe jug over Sunday. i Karlanc received and Jlr. '9 Prediction lo! Hanatn Pleaded "Oulliy" i what was litely to happen in ad: the man'who broke Into) The majorities by townships were.'.! ol Inrmal. consideration Ing fund cliarges. and demands of the school board. Ills statement is as follows: Allianee-Liherr.1 ran- stopped here today on' his -jvajvjo n lhe ,-6Ul legislature by" a ma-; Ottawa, hald that he had .no b.ucbl_ lute Delation .-betw-e'en the two o: 1312 and 1513: On -fl7.000.000 S376.03MO or ncel bv reason ot having'them paid ed." n two" instalments, lie would also- "I'd like to see the man- with wnish the discount, clairiling-that all something to sell who would go' out t docs lor the city. is" the street Ihe way- we peddled ax rate'look ten oW honds and- yell 'They're .oofgood than it-'really is.'ln iicii pi'thisV'he :hut "we've jot la would add a'-penally .of oof pe Kx-Mayor Adams objects to being. per month, to all accounts made lhe goal: lie shies at the word paid when due. The Vx-mayor-he- 'estravaganee'-when to considered i a spendthrilt. Organiza- as have overtaken the West--'duiuig tion and economy, wilb harmony "in: the: They ..thought-tbty t'hc working: toward'were to gel all .kinds of-pbpu- business adminiilratioii is .his.aim, and if.-they everything and is what he promises the-people would have been line'and t Ire people, il elected. he palling -the membeis of MR.' PKAKSOX jthosc councils on the backs ad.i-tsli: or 291 mills. In this'.taEe we have only one un- known and the calculation is rsiiuced lo a simple or: 1'9 mills by 100% 22 mills' s piil. iii! works, tic to the Denture interest- and principal; or .lj'e school-, taxes, either, the ex-mayor iflicacy of. the dual pipe system that it .'would thc following latle of.tas rates away with .the r.ecessily of throwiiiE the past five or an.advance of 31 per cent, in taxes. Thisjgives the. very extreme.' II will he an easy matter, to show iway 25 miles of wooden pipe away, ar.d making 1000 ne.iv house connections. A separate system for (ire fighting, watering and street flushing purposes, jwilfc Henderson Lake'as' the reser- voir for llic supply, would overcome many ills, and although it' would cost iincnej', the initial cost would be.' 1910 reared lo voii the citv'in 1512' Hanaen, the home of W. P. bindeay on "Wed-1 nebday. niphl.. w'as very sorty. Sorry London that he didn't cover up hiH tracks Dorchester and sorry liat he was caught. Nissoiiri lln was man enough (o plead guilty, Westminster however, and allhoush Chief Skellon. belirvcs him I'o be a danscroui; man) folals to be ninnlng around loose, hn Is PCS- Ibe Irr.lh-telllns virtue. JlcKarlanc. of lhc subjccl by the Canadian ernment. Mr. Kordfn paid a' visit to I'reti- dent V.ilson at the While lioiise '.in 315 jcoiirpany Secretary Ilryan, jcoiirpany wlh I called for him .it the !irlfisir-eni- 335 i ITc liis- been'- spending a Tile ;ighl-was a warm- one, Mr. varalion at Hot. Springs', the Liberal leader, appealing B2S Jtjglstrale Elton did not toel In- clln'id to pass sentence on litm. lo.- day. so he'Tvjll fiiso sojourn in the .mill Monday, sentence will be passed, and will move'bis bclonglniK to more commoilious and lets Irksome the length of Ws "lay to he decided by Jbe magis- trate. 1 Lowe, a fiortor al (lie'Alexandra', ap- peared in courl lhe'plaintiff in n theft rase. lie laid-information to the' effect Ih'a't a suit case had been melon from the Detective' Wigs .embarked on the. (roll, wound up al Ihe C. P. H: station a short lime after with the- rh'aii'and the goods. Charlie was lhe man, but he didn't get several limes in the riding. The ieni-: perancr issue, while it played, n i-irf.c. part in the fight, did not alloRelhcr: account for llic resiiUs, Mr: Mr Far-':'.v-own gave a mjiorily ajainsv him'.of 120. This was un account of a billet fight ol continuation M-huols in this strong Conservative township. v I Mr. (ieorgc N'rrly's majority in Ihe last election was will ehtertain him a' anil Secretary An personal (rienii, gave, a report. In according to the auditor's 4y talijng the ex- trerne figures o[ lhe estimates and cveiy source of revenue fully into the amount the sum snent by the 191o council will be S.iM.OOO. Kcv the sake of comparison let us assume sr.d apply the 1913 assess- ment of atout 41 lo boih cis. From Iliis will get. an abso- thai .the Increased school, interest saved in the ftliratioii and and aink.lrig fund, and oilier contin-'the belter', health arid-protection ''pi gc-ncles. coupled with the increased the cily. 1C .13 15 3'J 27 1! 3.00 2.95 I.SO 6.H 7.10 6.00 1.75 5.70 5.72. 7.79 '.oo 1.50 S.84 13.11 cost of up-keep with the largely Increased establishment is responsible.for the Increase in taxes. lie claimed that there was some r REASON" FOR TIGHT .MONEY eicuse for the increase in the general As for finances, he'helieves the rei-'( rate in-i5ii and-ISiS when son Western cities are- not' Retjing-ih work of the city vac bein T-. _ Eon western cues are- not oi mj The flBures eoiTespond with those fig.! for (hcir pIlnMd executed, but in. 1913, nrea my last campaign. bcCaUSe..lbe money lenders have jwhen no .work at all was done, Some have; paid a larger advance sc that. ,ho5C cities are not on taxes than the above but have paid which Is altogether! hft best- i of. llial money, lie j j hardly looted right that the running c oi the city should-reachsnch nave paw :es9, which Is dty' mark, and'he thonght.thal, due to.tho re-valuations put on F-'Oft out no jn principal'a't'id interest'for i with reorganization and the applica- t-.lles hy Ihe asscEfnieni committee. cwls' value-., re-jfjon business ability it Ihe BAD FIRE IN Canadian V.'eetlnghouae Co., .975.- COO; MicGowan Co., fjlor.felluJ >iano Co., Ha'ccoc'n, Hobtori GilliJ, In Snprcn.c Court yesterday, Idamagc aclioii'Of Ross vs. the I.cth-' ibridcc rollieriCo uas heard. H xvill ceiveil. Local improvemfiit costs'are. j would he overcome. But he wouM rot spread over.too long a-.term: Ipieadt. economy without- alsq-priic- Wowl-Valtancc .of Canada, .died IK.TU this The late Mr. Valldnco was llmo to blow. His case was remand- Co., and the dean of llic hardware ed unlll Tiitiday. A Wages Case 'An uninteresting wages caso took up i highly t-stcemed as one of'the city's the rematnderrrjf the time. Leonard tiues.l and .best Koosa claimed ;of wafsfs of apo, aiui among.Ills nine from Lo'jis Itoel, nn emulflypo 'M VIclor.Vallance. connect- office, for llos.i was wllh the biijlness. Ing. pliia 550.00 l-i lieu of itotn'-c, -Af-j Ifo ivas'a Lady Taylor, "'erylhing was parcels po.X ,n- lie brought at-lion for dan- insl the company, his pita Mr. Pearson also poll lisir.g il. should be abollshtd, particularly' (Continued on I'age PUNS FUR 1914 tef'a lengthy confab wlo (he .nerilsjtvlfe Sir Tajrlor, calling-on Ihe-pominlo'n ''1 and dftmcrits o' tho UiDl Iloosj W.IR ilue to get S60.00, anil this amount, plus Ihe costs of the cotitl, was -ordered former Jnstlco'of Manlloba, but1 now a: rosldenl of Toronto. -Mi'. -Vallance sixly years' cgnnectldn'wUh the .hard- t- ware business'In I CUT DOWN THE COST OF LIVING- proven vrhrther ' to do was 1h; Winnipeg. Man.. N'ov. Ol the ai-cWrnl or dl (oM ron- The Hoard.of Control took'rle- traded .afterwards. He fiuile afllon Ihls morning.on: him 1-33 lor Ihi lime spent] the qyestton of the high cost of (or a favorable moment to" approach the money The C. P. R. did financing btfore the. .became acute, and therefore finda Itielf In a desirable position. All the big ayifemt In Ihe Un- iterf Slitet iif-a'favV arable turn In the financial condi- tion of She world to float bondi.or '.loans for.lhVcarrylnjjiout'ornrr.j' eeiwry-worki of ;