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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Monday, October 1913 Number ,251 SOME PROMINENT DELEGATES AT The DISCIPLES CON YENTION AT TOKONTO. Presented Lengthy Petition and Gave Reasons for a Mor- aJ City DAVIS IS OUT His Resignation Was Read at Meeting of the Council Today TON APPOINTED Inipcctor Skeltoji was appoint- ed of police at this after- meeting of the council, to Chief Oivii, who re- IQHIEI WAS ON PROPERTY LIMITS AND IT INC IN ADDED'TO 16 COM- AikiDi Uiat the present sood mora of the city be maintained and that Inspector SkeltOD be appolnttd chief ot police, to fill the vacancy created by the ei Chle William a delegation of five Five thousand dollars was present repreMDtlnc committee by the prorinclal govenimeit to at i meete's ol cliiaens the city ol l.ethbridge last locj staea, niied ou city coun- AH tie city hts to do is to collect cil thla afternoon and' presented jietltlon slfiiod bj over 400 bunlntsi mea and' etfcer The setidon wu presented by J. Hltmbotham vrho staled in at Rev. Father Roeenlbal tod la bit tllts tion another largely jot ycar [OI. local improve- orjer to fucllilatc the col- clong tho. lanie. Uh'e, "while of a similar still In circul- ation and largely flgoed In North Letebrtda'e. Oalbraith' in sWkfex to the petition said It -was'. unique In ttet U the rumor that the of Lethbrldge in in firor et an 'open with recog- Hi led r.ic6mti.f and in the 'meantime have a lyery gooH sup pi r to follow Dr.'Rpen- imo-cer mill the-new year. Alabama Probably the largest communion other Alabama -service .ever, lield in the Uapt'st (church.was "that of1''yesterday and a number of new members are coming London. Oct. 6. An. Important step s to be Wien by the Brl- committee for the .celebration cf he h'undfedth anniversary nmong .Much was mode of his discovery it .In wet> by. week. to Would be Urt CalK for Some .Years on the Money Market' A NIW CORONER the tjme, hut he wa's not called he witness.stand. I.U1SAY1L M iN s APPOINTED INSPECTOR; TO REPLACE MR. WEST TO MAPLE CREEK Dr. off this city has been appointed .a' coroner will 'amount to about Thi Inspector M. P. 'Lindsay, wlo. for the past few days has Leon irircharse of "K" division, in tlie absence o! Supt. Ison, received word this morning ol his -trailer This' made mlng Myor. who city wjl! require to raise by V (taxes next year to cover debenture teaiicnt at _ Maple sintinj fur.n, which caus- to believe that 30 mills from Macleoil to Uthhriiige, to sue "With tie issue of deben- tures now contemplated, the city will make its last call on the money mar- kets lor some years to come." [taxes next yeai w this 'inlirest and sinking which caus- point mi-nt is made to fill the place West, now supeiin CreeV. The ap PRESIDENT OF CHINA Oct. Shi was. today elected presi- dent of the Chinese Hepublic, for a term of five He received the necessary two thirds vote of the united bous- of parliament- on Uw IWrJ ballol. The committee Is to.' make an appeal to the ptbllo for he: in. tudi 4 no Inten Upa of calllnf a .general Irtpor; i ial confereace.- The" which. It to maae.on the authority, has occasioned widespread dlfp appointment, even mere mark-. ed In the OveraM than tn the Mothw Oouatry, DAY Rev. W. V. Oold. aisoclate BecreUry of thV Alberta Temperance and Moral Hefprm.airtociHtion met the mlnleter-! ial association thfs fnornlnr and 'ar- ranged for a big field day for' tem- perance Lethbridse on Saturday, Nov." mlnisteraVlil exchange pulpits and a number of outside ipekkera n.11) aislit Including Rev. AUx'.Estleryof Caliary. Full announced later. ONE METHOD WIN THE LEADING CASHvPRIZE The Guarantee of Commission on All Collections Was the First Same System Applies in (he "Henld's up.. The quarter of X-million dollars will raise enough money to mate (be long delayed repairs and 'Improve- to the waterworks syttem, so Delay of "Mytterleo of Farli" Owing to delay, at the customs "Tho Mysteries of -Palis" will not be ex- that nest year the ,ha lonight, bill iiire syatem with the North l.cth- bridge TvllI be-put in com- construction of plant will likely be delayed. The old j plant will be repaired and put in as be, shown tomorrow, Tuesday. "Tho Black a very, afrong dramatlci featuro-lri Itirco filtration ,-j, bo for three y.e.irs. BURIED THEIR Tlie funeral of 'Vtola Whits.qn, in- fant dauglitar of Clyde Whltson, aged one year, who died was beld .this nfternoon frSm 20} :Fifth I Avenue South. Mr, S. Y. lltjral hid of the iunenl arrangtmeht it (or ,i year or two more. INVESTIGATED IN 1. "While in the said the mny- or, "I filtration srstcms, and brlievc the Bell system Is the best lor the least- money. However, ;We will have to ttrugile ajoug.wltli-. out it lor a while yd." Tht'rcmalniier ol (he Issue will go! to covfr tho cost ol sanitary sewers: and' water main extensions' proridcd in the 1913 debenture estimates which hnve never been passed, owin'z to the., lack o! money, while portiofi .will he to Cover the dehtnture_ dis- counts: on bonds sold, this-vtar.. 'The. tolal- debenture Issues thh jeir, II the issui is made, MILLER FAVORS PLACING WHEAT ON THE FREE LIST t wheat, hay and oaU are that James Carb'lncrs, head or the greatest grain house In Canada, "We ihould agree to reciprocity on wheat, more especially "ai.'tha mianllty of American that would be shipped into Canada such agreement, would practically amount to nothing.. Reciprocity In wheat between Canada and.-'the United Slates, 1 believe, would ralso the price of our-wheat anil.bring Chicago and Winnipeg prices closer together." In a near-by city a candidate entered i' newspaper contesl for the rea son. that the was anured a commlstlon. on all .regarilets o whether she won a regular prize or not She had fair SUCCMI the flrat day and at the end of the weeX her commiEBlons amounted to more than she hnd ever earned In any.clerical position. The hours per'aay were and altogether tho work pleasanler.. This parllcular candidate did not believe, when she onttred the contest that she was capable- of winning any of the big was the cerlal. regard that kepOip her spirits. And It was the1 (act that she did not le a'day without adiilnp something to her tolal of. commissions earned. After the was about bait'over, and sfii had made reall Dno pro'sress. thai she expretsed a belief that sho could win eree of .the bes fact had her eye on Iho first prize, 'nhlch' was of a valu about equivalent lo the UOOO offered as a reward (6'the leading candldalo I th'o Herald cpfllest. Consistent and penlstent -worX liad attracted many and scrlptions ecotned to be fecared easier and u thi close Mlis R, (which In tfie'candldits's real Initial) won by i life margin. The romance of the affair Is that Miss ;R; divided the prize Into three purl being Inveded In real the second In a'wedding iron and Ihe third reserved as.her perional bank account -'-'Now, tlory IB not an ,lmt a true story. -Tbeie Is Hill plenty ol room in ISi Herald's cam as thwo wero'only ten candUHei.enrolled, when .The-city headquarters of the inblcrlptipn, campilfa in the Acid block, office 3 lo 12 and 1.30 (o 6, t I phone Inatalled. Address all office-boi Mi, J larged With Robbing Mai i Spring Ominous Cbirgfls Vlth two charges of theft already, referred against tilm, and the prob- blllly lhat a charge of ottempted urder by poisoning with Dlrychnlae 111 be laid before the day ii out, and he possibility that a forgery, charge irill follow, a young tnan of good ap- jearance, giving the .name of. Walter Sean, repoten in Ihe cells of Ihe lounted Police barracks, awalllni b prelimlnarr hearing on the fin wo charges. Bean vcame down- lo Lethhriage rom Caisary list weeV, going out t iprlng Coulee a day later, on Thurs- ay, to find work. Ho wss h'lred oh night by. Peter Beetwlck who owns a ranch five miles tout nl Spring Coulee, and who Is operat ng a threfhlng outfit .the unce west of-tow Beslwlct son oung Mean oul to hli ranch lo'tpoc oats, and on Friday'.went-, to'tow with the' only olher occupant I.a ranch a man .nain id .Henry RUSIIAN RAILWAY HORROR Oot, tiMnmera were Wllwa, aul tweaty-eWit tojured day, irten the erprew from Kelv to St Peterrturf, col- UdeiS irltb a stalled live near tit ttatlon here. Jonson. Bonspn own, and returned .late la the, ng w'.ih the suppHea.'' When the twa inea entered -1 house, Bonson went'to get a drink wbiikey to warm himself .up. Before helping Wmtelf ho oftc-red Bean '6 drink, tut the lalter'refused, taylng he would lake some In the that.he then took a long drink, and almost Immediately wai telted with cramps. In'try'lnrto sc-l lo Ills btrt, he fell face the floor, bruising his face .consider- ably. alleges, dirt not help him unlil be aiked for nally reached the overed him with blankets. Before faking the drlok, ays he laid In cath on .nd when he came money, and one of Beitwtck'a ..orer- oats were A. pened in, and Ibi.aM'ot on, a t was probablT dnc to.the fact that in overdose of the polwm wai.takeii, hal Bonaon hli life. :An em'eiW .as adMlnl.tefed poiton had reacted, arid tie victim i> quite ell .again. A bottle 'containing a similar to strychnine, -with a lirychrilne''.label attached, wai'foond In Bfan's vtllse. this morhlnf, and also a check book belonging to Mr, Beitwlck ,.The mounted. police, weis iptifled of Ihe crime on 'Saturday morning and arretled Bean upon hli arrival rere. He ta atoat 20 oit age, and comta- from "His preliminary hearir.g this sftCT- ncoa Is expected to divulge sorna very lensntlonal eyMeaco. -.-Bonsop and a nunibsf positively identified" the-accujed Ihls.raofnlag.. arrested roan .-pleaded guJIty (o both charges .and- raonths for 'oaeh .offense..' Thel.'f.rd- for tie other on ;