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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWKLVE PAGES Lethbridge, 'Allwta. sday, .October CENTS, Number 253 NEW YORK BASEBALL TEAM DEFEATED PHILADELPHIA TODAY 3 TO 0 Council Adopts Proportional Voting and Electors Must Vote Full Ticket SPOILED BALLOT Any Omission .to Mark All the Choices -Will Queer the Vote Only breadth- oE au.eyelash saved' tiij. council Jast uight the preferential ballot'arid reverting to. the undec HIP iicw. cit'v'tliatlet. A u to lion by Jlay- or adopt- the.old form in preference pteferenttal hallo! was on the Ubtc but "was declared OIL MAGNATE EARNED %2 WEEK 50 YEARS AGO Montrtal, Oct. start out In life by earning two dolfara a week fifty yeira ago! and now to be one ol. the world's oil'mag- nates, passing through Canada on a world tour, Is the interesting re-- cord of Mr. George Kaufmann, an Australian, now here with his daughter. THE WALES' -TOUR ON THE CONTINENT dul'ct order by Ihe chairman, and the chains ruV Legislation''and Some Opposition Now Favor IXveri- ing Bond Money From pose of the Loan Kdinooloii. Oct.. progress pf j the AlLcrta Urea I Walrwajs lill i in committee ui the whole is :stiH slow. AH that Vi'ns accompliihecj- to.Jay. was In pnss firil two bill repealing chapter sta; lutes" o! Albella 'act the privy' couutil's decisloa decUretj i.; This, originally formed part ol" the .fust clause ot. the but the house agreed to "niaVe'the ce- j peat clause separate.-. Clause 3, "which 'ratifies and'confirms the chartelx-iifc- ShoWH Dangers-Of to the Albeita ai.a i teruays railway and ;also cunfitiuugl. BILL DEALT Good Advice Given ing the; Mayor withdrew his motion altogether. "But "the -will not have strict preferential voting under; tfco nevv charter.! The original dealing with Acting is" to be'amended at Ihe Last spring'U: was the aim of. tic .of Italian workers-of -Coleinah council to introduce preferential bal- not mtet with the approval of guarantre ol ths company's stLl! under discussion. j "Several opposition Ilicurd Uday, iutludiaj T. Mi-Twcedie, j j Centre Calgary .A- F. monton, antJ Keiifrnis, Pincher Edmonton, Oct. to in- Ou.-thc gorcrnmcnV :esent session 'of the. legislature.'corporate the Mutual Hjtoc_IH society Mitchell aruTHon' A. rtid Kay, wore tha principal, speakers.; Mr. the MacKay. urged, that" RADIUM IS NOW A POUND Berlin, Oct. price of ra- dJum his been advanced a because cf an Unprecedent- ed demand for the precious sub- Radium Is now quoted at 000 a gram, which meani a pound of it svcr COO.OOO, If cuch a quantity of It could be amassed. Will Seek Public Works of Candidates is Increasing PICTURE BUTTE MAN DEFEND- ANT IN CASE INSTITUTED BY TABER COAL MINER AN OPPORTUNITY As Yet No One Seems Anx- ious to Handle Civic Charging the- theft of timber valued at J36C.75, J. DIlleryGt. president of the Block Coal Co.. of.Te.bcv. dny caused the arrest of -Mike Mnllpy, a farmer llrlig'near Plct-jre Uiilte'' The" snow atcum pi a couple- ol days, ago and the chilly fol-' lowing has stirred up the annual crop or. municipal candidates, and election lhp The crop grows wlttr the.days.. At the present rate of Increase .the .electIon Mtt wiH num- ber fifty, .before npmjnatton day; David King -Is-again- in the Meld. He has aspirations toward the honors thai-go with Che.coiumiEsionership ol public works. H. 'Fowler' Is lalsq; conEldering Sir. Bille.n-st purcnased the old mill tbe commlssionerBuip on the rtrer bottom'-riear tlie tra.itici h'lln .a covetous "eye. jl-idse Borae time aiiii the '.'pur-' J-- Itussell Oliver is quietly: can- cbase Included a quantity." of 1 vassing.for candidacy' as a public. l'n'; the fits continental tour, KaVjust to an end, the of 'spent at Berlin as the-gueit ofrEmperorrWillUm, j taken from the C. P. R. tecs tie on the I works' aspirant.'" He "has: the On thejold St.-Mary's line. These timbers celleut rficcnimendatlonB showirig.liini day fH1rrR4ya1 Hlghriws' lefl for where he wait were 'feeing floated down the Belly fiver to Taber for use Jn the' of the Block Coal Cos Jl'r. JiiltVnst to be a man of-practlcal-Cngirieeriiig eiperience "w'itli the a chartered accountant in financinl mat- alleges that IMalloy J ters as an additional'reco.rbmendaUon. large numbtr from Uys The chief': commiEsionershl'p '.will' river for his produced bring out u goodly crop pt as-; four witnwses at', the preliminary Maj'Or Ilar'die.tas anEpunced hearing yeatttday himEelf.-- -E.-H. of was dublcd by. .j. eriritendent of the- electrical dopart- with toe..' totjic city, council the eve- The. law '.clerii: reported that the provided in the cpinpailnient-maVe a cross square. ap-. propriate 'colutnn according" to .-his society- would for .right collect ed "voter must-.- 'large sums, from working chqicis in tie vote sec- .inch and make away, with" thent. ond and one third not-votc "chapter w'hich would-give more than' 'the power- they wanted. It as''onlrybne chojce. will couiil [or any :plaincd that the nie'nibers'would have candidate by this "ballot.'''All distin-ito pay Jl per.-mo'nth .thej'. were guishing inarka make the ballot void, .compelled-to regi.sicr as an insurance Kach Voter shall vote for as many jcompany, and it'.wou'ld practically (Continued on page them company, and in this way. "recoup "company, is now installing mi- tliemselves lof money 'paid out. in inv-criinery and supplies in t-lie'premises. Ill reason that the road will "probably, cost considerably -more 'than'.'.the amount oS the guarantee, and-even il it could ii'c built' for thV'deci- sion ol the privy council the" money must r'aiiu-ay i building and not turned Into'' tin een- GIBSON WILL. NOT HANG auihority from sourc ea for the ilalement that'the: death sentence of Charles Gib- son vittl be commuted lo life Imfrisonmcnl, and that tn con- sciucacc he will cscapo-thc gftHoTk-n. Dcfcffe It Ja official, however, the papers will have ff to go to the- administrator of 4 Ibo government, -who Is 'Quebec., ".-It Is officially announctil from OttaWa that the death. sentence has-been commuted to .life iinprlsonment. Council Will Confer With Civic Officials Before Reducing .the Salary List Aiii. Leveling ttaattas to get teal somov ol Ibese days if the council doss not desist1 Irpm its growfug habit o! starllug on the p.o- lltc; rtsparltncnt every lime retrench- ment in current expenditure is talked of. lie said so last night. On Monday who'ii iJie pruriitg Vnlle was_exhibited, tlic r.oiice deparirncnt came in .lor first consideration. Nothing was ac- .complibhM..then." Last night when the i 'fouacli-.mci lor pruning was the again. more nothing ff 4. if riotic. is making Into line with the clUeeiof Ihe province which have ot- Towns Aca, been prohibited fTom.bonusing: WILL THORNE i Prominent labor M. P., Irt the Srlt- H4use of ing Canada from coast to coast.' H( was British fraternal celegats to. Accent- i-and in Montreal. city shall have no power- i, boqus or-any company, or 'the 'construction; es- cr operation of.any rnan- ifaclure, inl.l.Kor a'ny'other cohcfinvyhatsoevef. either, .the! mualcIpalHy. rexe'mp't fromT taxation any, dojlars by looking after the of cjv'c and seeing that., there's no waste ot public funds and. further to see that, when'work U done Itidocs not pto be done agnfn, Fine Program for Convention of the Lethbridge and Mac-' leod Inspectorates The fact that I.ethbridge is-rapidly becoming the convention, centre -of Southern Alberta will be further de; monaU'ated nest week when there meeta ntxt weeit the apniml i convention. Hitherto at this.convent tlon there' have 'assembled only REINDEER WILL' SUPPLY MEAT teachers of the Leth_br'dge-Inspecl6r- CITY. SOLICITOR TO PREPARE BY- LAW .TO EVEN UP' CAPI- TAI. ACCOUNT, Instructions were given' last nlcht lo City Solicitor Hall to prepare the ncccEeary bylaws In connection with the Issuing df of bonds to cleai' tip the cKy's capital sccount In- debfedneas. 0! this amount. will-be-for local improvements, 842 for. schedule 2 .of the 1513 Deben- ture 'esllmajcs irlif cii-cr iljorUgej on this OFFERS 'j HIGHER INTEREST AND BICOER THAN TO N'ek again I bortowln; here, -is strtljng 4 jurcsnt ten 'bonds-at 9SJ with the op- tion 61 coii'version Into stock; which niaVes'. tfct.' pilfV jeallf197i Consld'et- ins CiiniiJi's iDari'was S9, this Is prtfol. "lhaty-Canada cai borro'ji eislfi 'ol the other discount} j" v J Washington, D.C., OcL.S.-'-. Reports to the Federal bureau education from Nome say .is rio danger famine there, because of tbe recent tidal storm. Reindeer, sentlng 75l) tons of meat, are within g distance of stricken city. atrriculturol aulhorlttM ot 'PTiOTr nee. "The Public School .1 !um-ln will b-t lhfc'.sut.'-; lect c( an M.Se.', of the Bxperlinenlaj Station: Plthtlng and School A: Mitchell, o( the. Mitchell CoaWiiJi.-. by E..H. .Otricr addreSsea by prominent 'edu- will deal: with subjects more Intimately connected with.Ihe organization arid work of the A convention will avail them: selves of this opportunity to tee Leth- brjdge, and attend -the convention. To this end-the dates .chosen Thursday and Friday before1 October. 10 and. 17, .thus rfja'k- Ing possible a week-end-stay in.-the Hy. Thri programme' Is- commensarfcte Ith the dignity and IhiportMW. oi be occasion. Dr. Miller, jrin- i of irlljlwill .be demoiiilratloas' In bo one of Uie ifXikfri; On jlratnlng and do.raestte sclencs.during Thursday --The--rliitlng iver. a. general Inithe will thus be enabled to view .oitum of the' Central: 'school, to Uhls splendid equipment in operation, which tie 'lift ielni Scipe of .the School'e Following Dr.VMItrer's tender a receptioii to'the visiting TbV.litcreuIng' of ngrj. (.'ulinre is a'subject cf (he school curr lor which occasion the thanks ot the asKpc'lalion. are due Principal. o( the Manual Training schoof, convention willclose on Friday night.' OETS' AN ENGLISH CHURCH i' Ixindon; J. Stewart, receive .recognllion Sisk., hasbeen appolatW tlrong Eerlca.of j'lcar 'o'f .Xewlands, Keiwielf ;