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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. IB PAGES. Lefhinlrigc, Alberta. Satnnhiy. November CENTS. Nmnlii-r 2 AN INCREASE OF AII IN .1PASI COUPLE OF .POLICE MAKE REPORT OF THKIR WORK ON CENSUS- INCLUDES ALL TERRITORY WITHIN SUBURBS WOULD FIGURES OLDEST FIRE ENGINE IN GREAT BRITAIN Police Centiii, 1913 --Police Increase Above arc ol the ortiercil some is 'JV city I [iimcil- They were completed yes tor- r irelopuient in Suutliern Alli-rta as 10.072 years prattling. 1911 cttisusj. ''.Vso "ittiliidetl although; "III 'KM not iij Ihc-i-Jty-at-ltail lime, i' -998 .is teally a Purl.of; diiy and sivci, moftlmllv to Ine'JIfr- lltis mornins. of j CM-fring tlir. new city as set fwo hy provincial legislature' iu of Caljarr noulil he The retisu's lalen in (jial is. laMn's thr tl.UiCi.lirurf for' I ho (all of 1311. gaif so tlial 'Lctlibriiljc as coftccl. In oi lli iii.rrr.isc is'.ncajli 1.000.. nr .NT.Uic fatt" that thr Hciiderson i i'fr is" very '.lory recently over 30. fail in. rien- of Ihc fact that Ihe past 'llOO .ratiiiiaicd pouulatiT.n 'ihrrd ap-' :-havr-; nut such dr- gear's to. lie an 'anomaly i ELECH'ON. DAY Mr. Atkin Quotes on the American Side of the Nor- j j Harvey on the Water Service Tax CollcriUm Men Ivmlorscil Criticises City Officials Witli elH-lioii only A tritle more r spojisible should !ie nalltd to the .r ML D iiiiu uinr; distant, ami nit-t ibejwow. Able Young Member oecomei jetecloiE alrva'ly conjecturing us to i "Then iht system ol'auditing is nut Ihe ivosslVte outcome, campaign speak-; what it jhoiiM be- :.Look at what cr's are, to (iiakfc oftht'lr IXivM rfamis did In (.'aljjary. Me Is j hig 'puns' held in rfserve, and tho anine ae Ixivld u feirker, bal i itito play every tfiort lo ael ihelr he trii Mluchhi over years. jibilocm, policies and pleas the! That just shuwK what Is {.osslbk- im- Ireojile way that will (Welder a poor system or' 1 am j itlurn n! Al ihin stage of Iliej not casting any.reflection on anv H requires .AH !p.terestlug set-official Ly this comparison, but I far jpf spekttK to H rrowd llkelour system i-ontil be reetlflc.! and Mitchell Made Provincial TttaS- onev in' at Heel wood j betlert-d. Gentle-men, we fhonld liave I I'Stv-icw) last nlrlil. The ureHminaiy a got (.foment auditor. Minister of Municipal Affairs TWO OTHER CHANGES Cleik liojinsi.n has lucjtedMhe school. 'Itli Avr. houtlls lor the election o't' Uecpin- her S. They will be1 as follows I'oll flth Arc. N. I'oll St. school; ICth si..x. I'oll (WMtirtins- NEW- M N.AVAJOS FOHTMlGHt OF REBELLION SOI Polj 4th Avc.'S. I'oll burns. s.t. s. Ml Mh Ave. S. H 1500 votes will he polleil be an in- crease CM. 350 last- year. AN ANCIENT FIRE old.-tt flre enBiue'lii Groil-IirlUin-- auil is Etlll In in N'orllluiuberland; Ifwa-s presented to the town in 17SS hy Sii (Jeorgo Farciuiiar; Fcr'-inanVytara-lljlood In l.orcli of the parish church. II is.the'only protection in is capable of throwing a Jet of CO-fcet '.viiich .Is more.than is rerinired to ton the In thu town.- .Vote the wooden wheels.'' LIP EXPLOOES already IIPCU fired. Most foj the liarl litard the spcafe- 1 PFS before, dtirlug their first Rkirioiili- :j ef. and were familiar in a general -say TV I "Hi 'the platform of each, fn H order to" keeit (ao average audience i iRtei-trteil, It is neressary lor a caru- H pftLgt! speaker .to inject new phases p of (bese into bis address, or to give Ms hearers a new viewpoint p.Iiasf-E. 'So fur as enihua- iitfi.m''is.c'oueerned, list right's oicet- sustained ail that has betn evidenced lo .date." Kara candidate sirlTecl .doubly lard '10 make an im- prcsElon, Tlie size of the audience warranted it- The speakers n-ere Messrs. Atkin, King arid Harvey. Re- alizing (hat the lire Is hot, each did liis best to.strike Wows that would count, and il safely said that eaoh succeeded, for .applause greetftd speaker before he had uttered a word, continuing" at intervals as the telling blorrs were landed. Fighting David David King, candidate for the com- of public .worfes. -S-ES in lie had his night. Ills .ocaj week Per "I am still heav y oil l! of per day wages for the ing man. Whether I live or die iu tbis campaign. I am out for a deal for my uter and Stewart Minister of Public I'dinoiiUjJ, fellow-mart, and you j Oiriepy, M.I1.1'., utif of tur kijov zt, wcJI as lf that no man) men in the lite of Alberta li" working for -5 cents an hour, could tlic gtiveirinienl of Al- think of Irjylns a Wrkey, and yet i bcrla ami .was suorn in loilay by-. the Herald ii-ked if we liad bought Halves as' imn- our Cliristmus turkey yet." :ister ol "The .Loastrectioij. prograrnj'ol the' (J.X.It.. for'-fSl-l -is as-vet-''intlefinlle. not having been discusser! by the Hx- 'HEAVY Woolford, .Alta', -Nor. 28. Th'e Boird oE Trifie. ,Will tie into Leth-' b'ridgc .next year Tlut is cry one is asking and tfiit is what the Hoard of-Trade is trying to-find; 1wo -w-ifriiirii ot the (rihe .nt Qf Iijranr oul- -The from General.-.Man-. t HeKUlilul mountain -two Hhcn the-family arose in Hay, this morniag. is A lay Ypiza, rihe-inorning about R o'clock it-was j _____ mun, with 1ight a .It'lias ;bpta :o! lale. that ihe coiipaEv Sngagtid in of Cal: gnry.vThe' lina'fronf-. Galguiy south practically -parallels" tie .Alckrsyde hranrti.of tlie'.C.P.R. lo i point iv-fst of Irotn it !bf line coming (lie' oilier to" MacicbJ. Trade will-.tollair the liiilter up and endeavor to induce the announce at an earlr date tfieir, intention to! enter I.ethiri juries 19H. 'rucv. (ieneril I.. Scott spreidmg the flames had" i-nittd Ihe canip and t.ilkfd vith over the room and.almost cutting hand their The tire to.U.e sleep-' mcdieiise cl.ief liroughl the. jiromis-J! aMrtroeiits ol Ihe childrtn. thnir followers vould surrender in {he hiornir.r.' GOVERNMENT tpDS OVER ELEVATORS ing in the housrvas-saved and it was wilh difficulty -thai' the children wfre rcscuwt. Mr. Dowdrn lias been a ol Wooliord district for about yearsj and'his "house was Mr. waa of "the byinimi that necessitate a hyc-eleclion; in H the man Iu the neck Hirer jrtairs. This will in ;ued th's cverj- time." :llalc nuininatiou being 15, "Look at the UUibrldge police- polling, ii any. on -Ihv. man, for an example. .The.uiinutt he s even suspec'-ed of' fleciipaee'rips. j Is before the public w: out ir.ercy, yet Senator DeVeber tan anytMug and everything be.'. J Ikes In connection appointinent -Mr, (iarit'ify, there have been uple of portfolios.-.-.. jn. Charles who wis miti- .er uE municipal becomes minister ol public :wid Hon. iC'harlcs 11." Mitchrll. uljo.was minis- :o being With an outline of-hu.oth'Wl.lanki, (H u[ (atcs pott. This are too well to bear re. uf ,reasurer. petition. porlMJO ,13S hpld bi the at.pi.use of the lifteiiers. 5 lllc ol' A Popular. Man Mr. }larvey. it IB said. what every eiadidate' la trying the. Edmonton, Alta., Xov. cfci'ck" Inr SSLin.OOO has been paW over to the Alherla Farmers Co-operatiT.e.. NO NEW Fltt-D NOIBEOWD CANDIDATES 1N THE FOR THE SCHOOL' 10APD our ol thr best in the neighborhood. Elevator company, Limited, rep're- Tlie loss is Gstiinaled a( fSSOO the goveinineiif's loan'u'f 85 iccurance of ahout The barii and ver cent, of the' cost of filly elevnt-" other outbuildings'were snved. lors iiqw in opeiatiou.'The iuotlgagc i With rinminatioas oa Monday, U i hardlv at tte present time as tlicre would ht any i-onksl for the Ivvo vacancies on tlie-si-bsol trustee hoard. H. ffallaee and .1. n. .iriholham aie thf 'retiring; trustMS. Mr. Wallace stalH- Iliis mornins 1liat he vtould be a candidate for re- rlrtlion. .1. H. IliRintHitham said he 'u'oiiM allow r.tine to stand im- I less some oiher p'rbminrnt citizen i'vislird tlie when he would j lisrly Vilhdra'ir. John Ilmnc, ol Camobell. and ilornr, had) rumcirtd as a possible, candidate, Mil denied he -ivniild he in the field. The tadifi not pul a candiilale j fn .Hie field. The Herald has (Us ON i good aulhoiltsf.. p Ifthrrefore loots like an acclami- ('Ion election for le-hcol trmtees, and will hallols deed has- been executeil tor but1 the appropriatiin for 1913 ij and -the remaining. .JnfJ.OOO not he paid over until the nest yeir'. bc- The.. elevators r.ow ia operation rep- rwcnt a' total npproshuate- ly half a million ilollais. CITIZENS OBJECTED TO INSULT- JNG REMARKS OF GER. MAN ARMY OFFICERS Aherii, of tov.-nsrwople, including several civil ian onicinis, were nrider arrest- hero FIVE HUNDRED GATHERED IN WASHING. TON, D.C., FOR 45lh ANNUAL Washington, U. p.. Xov. arjcial arjairs of the loitjy as a result ol-a nijht 'ol rint- can Woman association form actimi list nigl trst Mdl was aiinod at a ;v 'nafispiper. in a -receJit it- sue, had iir'anded King "as joV.e. He i Me. If he a "joke because i'.s it'fo'iteve the c'Hy, he tlad of saia he. "Ii it became 'i'm'ra .Ebneit: with the courage nF niy That is at least raore than ttial'pipir tin claim to a they aoliwied ipr'platform. I-vas a good They didn't platforui for the jofee fo: t'ie adverlUIng.." And if f am Rarf. they) certainly .were not uroadslile, Mr. King felt "ai3il: vrocteded lo hand out eom'e .now. plants from his platform, and-'the adjudged motl of planks. Bend the Commltticnerr He opinion lhat each com. sho-Jl.d be bonded to the extent'of All Ilie moneys and works belong Jo the people as K coriiorat'ion, a'nrt slibuld he protected. Mike Utilitie. Pay Kooh u'tilil.v sliould he put on a pay- Ing the fire department for .Mr. King. '-'It TB .one of ,ther fineit in tbe f lineal .chief, the finest men, and finest e-'quip'meut. Salaries, upkeep, sinking-fund and interest uiret, phis iJll.OOO: for. the depart- meht's of the. water cost, hard votes. do at Uils time, namely He inaile a lo'-'say the least. .lie had very, much new propaganda to ayread. but bftcaiife he iri anoli a way thaL.he convinced the llmt lie whit he Vis .talking'-about, Via It inilicatinc "ilist lie. ineiot tl. Mr. llarvcv severed fcis cuiiQec. i-rth the clly today, at noon. .as" chfe! engineer. Someone! "had inliiniitecV to short late lion. .Malcolm iillcd :the uflicf, and is dno ii tlie most- important in the govern- ment the treasurer rot only having to do 'vViih' of loans' and .presentation of the case for thq lirovince' in' the moJiPy markets, ol the has mui-li lo "do in" iteterminin.: the policy .of the 'govern-: merit fn'-'sci laf.'aS it relates to ex- ueruiilufc....... Mr. (iaiiepy is a cue" ol anil as llw.a'd- municipal- sets. jouJ deal of fegal in- him he had inofiicr'joh In Right. Icrprchirion he will be eminently fitr cue lie was not'elecled. He1-has'] led to make a success of tlie drrisrt- -lot mother position ih'sism. he claim-jlneiil. Hon. Charles who ed, first, lecnuse he-is ?oiug to'be had previously heeu. iainister-'o[ mu-. elected, and secondly-liecause lie''ins aflaini...EliiiuU. wake an EUfflcienl his own ab-j uiinislei: of public worls. He. is iilty nol to worry over tn'tles.' i mail, in every way, ;anii "By Thw'r popular.'.-'lle ".-bas- won .lor 1 "It .ild'that I an> up, the thr people known' lo the.-ritizent'of-the iwid he.- "Well. I take tlial-as n cor.1- pilment. If I had marls .aiiy sroas p.rrors; the Meraia would not ne.long flowing 'liie A Bfg Saving One of Mr, llarvtr's. claims AT WASHINGTON BUT DECLINES TO. MAKE PUBLIC ANY NEGOTIATIONS TOWARD RECIPROCITY Washington, C., Xov. ol the subjects ctisi-ussed tiy Dernier Uonlcn with' administration officials total riiairitfinanfe nj-.-to ME. Tlir WM 10 evf.dtr.1 (ll, d.ipf topic oMIiscusslon at -the it liinw that the forl-y-fiffl, anntul of. the I cleared the main streets ;it tjie point- of Ihc bayor.el. The: itmoristrntiM.s 0 piil.lfc OUM- i, T.hicli hegnn here tb.rUy ai present, hut it is known that cunncction witH Ihr sessions _ot 'he manifested mod: inUr.-st in con-'0' 000 a' year; The assets 137.000. Why have the Inrorporated an insurance aiifl clliren to insure against !OFS by fire? I am not prepared (o F3> government woulrt alloA it, but it flcerns feasible.'' Raps' City ConlfniiEng on oltier topics, Mr. King sairl, in part: "J do no! would harp any. thing to ilo' with the office, ir p.ltctel. bu[ the only fyiowa cleiortmeut neertg ifif too'KJng Into, and I binrne Ihs solicitor ag much ns the clly on-the voters Is .the fact Iliat during the year 1911 when very little work- outside of maintenance Kill be' un- dertaken hy the mibtic works com- mitsion. he will be in a position (o snve (he the o. oh i n- up. caaicel rani.' will be-much ap- preciated. BIIEIS. ING POLLED .Selkirk, Man., Nov. tin tviug, ivji uciu njiid> In? a nualificd engineer ad-Jlllon. A; Khicli would be necessarv.if n mt man were-elected. 'With the small: jnicresls arc St0r.e mi- amount of wo-h to he.done the I'rst ,o hritls year, he co-.llii handle both poEltlons.' available vehicle has-.bren VP and when tlio time came for estenslvo jnto anr( an' engineer i-puld t under Mm', -hut uol need.lo he- he ye rne. Mr. Harvey would suuer vise all niorninp ivas (lit1 reported lhal one-half.. the1, clfi-ton Trie only CM-iling evrnt of! of a- warrant liimsr-U. 17c nstimales that he wouiil hy the charging a .L'onserva- thiis be the city 'a :10 'live vot'fr with, impersonalion, he arrested as The in'niirft and drivers of autornobilfs anil othnr vehicles are laboring mi'lcr a heavy haiidif jn.'. "Th.H. over the advortlr-lns U 'nstance. :verc dpsicnc.l In cijiress !he. National Uollfjc Woman's Siif- jversattons with meu.hers n! tiic i.'ds'akps.ari! mWe. Ihe men rn. nation nf'tte tcmwpfoUc" si certain association and sufi rage'school '-If lobe remarts rccenliy injidf hy (0 IK- con.luctcil Ipy the congrrssional' jrniy officprs. TJie ttouhU union ly for the ulartril a! tlie cor.clusioe of [cs of the evening continuation moned lo dispcrsft and r.vetylidily who failfd (n "rnove.on Womptlywere nrrolcd. by the. Cnited To the Strikers in Dublin London, N'ov. for Ite-imdMwrilMs on this side of the the fculV of IhiC loss faus- rd hy !hf recent storm on it.t Great l.akcs will (all .Jport .Amrrlraii tuar-j'f Ine Insiirancr coinpanirs, .whic-h liavt lifen quotin.K Icurt prfniiums for (insir.css Ihan Ihfir cfinipelifnrs hrre. The meinhers of. Lloyd's, says thf Xlaochwler arr licnvijy- in- volrrit, ami it'is'likely'thai the rates lin laVc boa'lx still lurthrr !n- wcasetf. tales guvcintrirnt loi '_'T Trade Unionists Liberal if Ihe five hundred xccrnliitd .however, any iilras he has fur cn-op- to the convention bare sr-'jeratlon rif Ihc two countries in rr- when -he pupils (net and _ Ptlces or lo comment on the tht.arwy Troops Ml hegin until Mnti-lpwsllilliiv of renewrl of )t'alloi.J I day. Ho atioiit a reciprocily fccHern llic United States anil I Oanada. j V V 0 V j IIP ..I C.P.R. f. .Vienna, Nov. 23.--The Neue 'f Krele announces tlul the- Austrian government, llirbuKh.the iitlefventioii o[ tl'.e -t xoretrimeiil. Is nboiic to 0ralit a Canadian I'acKIC Rallwar increase In the engineering uayroll. .-i j has. not hern proportion-.whleh' be Ibouflu worlb roads are dfe] considf Mr. Harrev lliei 'joOPler onniu syslei'p.. fie Rreal feed For iustlllin? mains fo re-lac" Ihe old wocdbn.iiipe. As thn walen.p.vp. If-m. I'. WAR lookPd i.ioon as being r'i- Xov. i worthr of considerAtion'until .the Ml- court yesterday Mr. -Justice .Casspls tratlon rlmu-wss Instilled.' the fnund .Judge Clrment ol Hritiah Cbl- nieler? fn nr'" being umhia guilty of IraiHl in-Tiiaking up (C'onlinufd on i his evpensc .icoo'Jnt by living in-Vati- !c-oiiver anrl Alleging .that his -home was in Grand Forks. Ho. .is cpn- ilfiiir.crl lo ret'irn received in Ihi.r way MrongMly from the sdtpj. falgnry, S'ov. .lasfitr CoHlns, aged ftjta convlclcil .this hfternoop of Ihe murder of .1. ff homeBteader, al Cereal, Alta.' ff sentenced lo denlli. l.onJun, N'ov. 23. In bitter sptech in Dublin yesterday Mr. Hua: ar fjtiionlsl. leader, challenged 'the Carson and himself, And In lurid terms painted the horrors of civil law. Mis' speech 'is dtnnunced as Indiscreet .ren; >ff