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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Lethbridgo, Alberta. AVcdnesduy, October CENTS. Number 259 Diplomatic Friendliness at the Straining Point Over Wil- son's Recent' Note HUERTA SAUCY JOINED IN IOLOCK1L Likely to Send Back a- Mind- Your-Own-Business Note in Reply Roya! Wedding' Celebrated in .Aiicient Chapel of St. I able Event Magratb, Oct. lor-J- A- Rlrie, manager of the Magralb Trad- Ing Co., was yesterday .elected by acclamation to the off.'ce ot sobool trustee to fill" the va- cancy caused by tbo recent de- mise of P. G. Clarte. Xew York, Oct. des- jatch from Mexico City says: "Relations betiveen.Mexico and the United Stales are fajt nearing tbo breaking point Toe situation 15 far more grave than ever beforb: The crisis lies been precipitated by Ike notes from President Wilson, deliver- ed through American Charge d'At- fatres O'Sbaughnessy to lluerln A stinging reply, it Is understood. Is MORGAN'S BRITISH ESTATE being prbpared.' and sill probably _----- trlrig about the severance of all London, Oct will of s between tbo two tta Iato j picrpoint Morgan was probated here today. Ills relations countries. Three Cabinet meetings j ff ivere held yesterday to consider esulo iu thu British Isles am preparation of.tbo answer. _________..... _. ___ _.. ____ "This Incident marks n new enoeli Thg government will receive. a liarty of some lorly oi fifty Medl- In'our diplomat relations with too I .j. United States." said Mexican Foreign I Minister Querldo Mobeno. ,'Our answer will quite conserve the dignity of tie Mexican government above all It is evident that tlie will ha one of defiance of tbe United Etatc-B government, and a practical notifica- tion to the president to cease interfer- ing" with tbe domestic affairs of ilex- lea Diplomats to Washington.: -D.C, Oct. Spanish minister to called a conference today, of the "entire lociallo corps in the Slciican capital to dlifcuss .Hujrto's decree of dictator- entp'aTidrsltufttlon f eherally.' Advlcea to that'effecVreTlchc-d the stale de- vartment.early' from ..Charge ountcd to a total erf The government will receiv about in death duties. Will be Here Friday and be Given Civic Welcome On Friday atterncon nt 3 o'clock i liarty of some lorly ol fifty Medi- cine lUt business-men will arriie in Oct. 15.-Vrince Arthur, .son'o! the llute ol Coiinaught, gover- nor-general ol CanaJa, was todav to 1'iiix-eis'.Alexandra tbria 'Duchess ol ri'e, eldest daugh: widowed I'nnclss lioyal The ceremony Vace m the' ancient chapfl ol .St. James pal- acei where. Loth were baptized. entwl '.tbe chaps! be- twceV.King George and-her mother. She was. gowned in a dainty dress ol while charmeuse 'embroiteed with diamonds and. adorned with exquisite, brusscls. applique lace o( which ike bridal veil was also made. JIUch esprc-ssfd at .the-appearance ofll tfce -five bri3es- :niaiils; werr "1'rincess daugiiler of. the'v King and Queen, Princess. Maiid, ontj sister of the and Princcsa ALEXANDRA VICTORIA Of MADE THE HOU8E CHEER Edmonton, Oct. suc- cess of the Alberta exbibitofi at the Canadian land apple shoT, at Wlnnlpe'tt, wai ftn- nounced to tbe Ilouee yester- day the Hon. Duncan Mar- shall. Tee was received with hearty applause by tbe members. mm 11I1LIU. Budget Speech Delivered Show- ing the Finances in Healthy Condition NEW LOAN Million for Elevators, Million ror Phones, Million and Half for Public Works andf-bu'chess of and little daughter ol Prince AIciarnYr, ,'of Teei. Their go.wns of shell pinlf char-j mciise and cream lace and they rar-i 'i 4. rt 'f MEDICINE HAT SCHOOL BONDS Medicine Hat, Oct School .Board. closed a deal MAJOR WYNNE .WHO SERVED IN RIEL REBELLION AND BOEH WAR DEAD London, Oct. death is an synced'of Major lieginald Vynn Wynne-, D.S.01, aged 56. Major law considerable, service on the Iron tier in Canada and during the Itie rebellion. He was a lieutenant in th 1'eratirolio Yeomanry, recruiting offic- er to the Imperial Yeomanry, helpe Lcthbridge on 'the first "get rjlat, jrcat papular quamtcd" visit lietwcr-n the-two clt- jn The Medicine Hat delegation is -.-MEN" IS L'NIKORMS faking advanlagc of the visit wore.bis uniform (le King's.vouAseslson, and _ He Possesses Wide Experience und Fitted for the Position Though he is sfiil ill in bed, Gen- Edmonton, Oct. Legislature at tbe present session will be asked to vote one million dol- lars for tbe erection o! Farmers' olo- vators in the province one million dollars for telephone eitenaion, and one million, six hundred thousand tor public works. These items make up the proposed loan of of. which Premier Sifton gave notice in the house today. In tSe .supplementary estimates which litre tabled by the Premier, amounting tp provision is made'for a capital expenditure on. the erection -of elevators, amounting King was [ficiallv. welcomed. As many buamess Emca and citizens as possible are also -performed by Villa'Coublay, France, Oct. The first French aerial rr.all.was here by aero- eral Superintendent'Arthur Held has j to announced, through-.his. friends, that i Declaring a substantial- surplus at ho will be a candidate lor Ihe' posi-j rcceipls over-expenditure-in the esti- tiori ol commissioner, of .public utili-; mates compiled by- the- treasury de- tits at the coming election. Mr.- Held partmrnt for the. year 1311 Premier is Uiirefoie .the. .first, candidate for Hiiton, actinj. .provincial, .treasurer, this position, j today made tbe.annual budget speech dicatiocs, will not the Alberta legislature, alter. i Illustrating the growth of the prb- AB Supt. lieid is a'cify. qlficial lie'virite frc'micr Hilton stated that in ill be compelled to po'sl-i 1902 the estimated for tion on December In otder to be; the two provinces of. Saskatchewan eligible lor liofniha'tion. I ar.d Alterla was In i906, Arthur Reid'was" iii St." John, I the first year ol Alberta's incorpora- lather was "Villon the marine trigiruerV'and'JIrTKeid lollow- .while for the year 1914, the estlmat-' ed the same profession, apprenticing red revenue -apart limself at both Montreal'" -and Glas- loans, is. and expenditure ;ow, Scotland. He'followed. ..marine on account, of. revenue meeting at (St. 'jtrome, .Hon. W. B. narade..liom the.-depot to the Maits-- pteient at'the ceremony ol Nantel placed tys' resignation before -iic theatre, where the micstrels la'll world joinel'.re- h'fs be IcIV J jotdiliglat the niartiiree'olTan Eng- and'that.Hon.'T.-c'haa. Cataraln will From there ,tlin. visitors be and prnceis.--- cuccccd him In thei Cabin fhc city by motor. visit-: (Coatlnu'ed on run foreleetlen In hls-djvliion. he" paid'to No. 6 mine, where aiV'' i opportunity will be given all who de- i-i-iV. they were tfantported by autome- bile to the iea'port of paulllac, and plicKl dh'boafd the iteamer Perrou. .1- opporlunity: will be g' ..sire to. go. down the-shaft "arid .'ste .where diamonds On returning to'the'city a reception' j will be held in.the Chinook Club, and' in the evenmg those who atlcr.d the theatre. TV. P _l Lcthbridge ami Medicine Hat, Will Drait beneral number o I problems In 'common, while in tbe Indian ..Ocean .'during .the .'are in operation and fifty more, would Boer war that Mr.; 'conlracted malaria fever, which .has returned, causing; his present illness: PRACTICAL Later Mr. Reid was .'erecting elec- be built in the nest year. WOULD CONTINUE POLICY The erection of tbese elavtors would po on unt'J the farmers '61 tbu province had proper.- accommodation Applicable :to all ;and the visit of the men-of ihe east-. IMPOSSIBLE TO'GUESS AT OUT- m win ,.5Crvc to stlmiilate' COME OF SULZER IM- i closer relationship on ques- PEACHMENT TRIAL [tions. The local board of. trade' Is I working hard lo make the visit' of pleasure for the and Albany, X. Y., Oct. nothing will be: left undone lo give oh when a verdict will be reached in. them a good lime. "f 1o raise the Horse, rough glliu cr jnlloccnce. pf'.Gqvernor riders, with whom ,hc went out to Siilzcr is about as uncertain a thing as can be done now- _ Today the" high court of imfcach- ncnl resumed execu- tive session on.the question'of whe- ther to admit the testimony 61 Dun- can )V. Peck anil Harry L. Morgcn- thau as proof "Ihe inipeachment charges or lo ask tho assembly tor another article covering i GRAIN Africa, raised the Westminster- dra-- was assistant transport offic- cr to Orneral Sir Ian Hamilton' and (ireeral.Sit'J.. D. French; ARE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CA- NADA AND MOTHER. 'LAND-COMMENT ON BYE-ELECTION London, The result ot Uialcaiiguoy bye-clcclion lias been hlcrprtlcn1 here by some Unionist pa- pers as ah indication of the endorse- ment of Premier Horden's naval pol- icy. Truth, 'hnwever, declares that V'iblic. ap'nthy has HIM Ihe jnuvcment in Canada sr.d fiays "We niirfil p'rofilably take nole at that there is no armaments in Canada to prom6tc scares end full wires." CARS SPILLED OVER the'cflcnces alleged in Ihe testimony.I, TRACK HELD UP .THE PAS- H is .if much SENGER -TRAINS could be told about ot, reaching a verdict eien it sions'wcre open. Some- of Ihe Judges i-oss (o the- eslcht.ol several .thoiis- said they were as puzzled over this1 dollars was caused early Ibis technical-prolilcm with, which the raornhiCl an cast-bound freight court is now wrestling as.a-body of jrain ijuckkd up two miles west of laymen. Kipp. According lo reports; the freight was moving "at an ordinary rate of speed, .and the cause', wn's given as a heated journal in one.' of the cars. Seven cars, loaded mostly with grain Irorn Iho Mncleo.d arid Pinchcr Creek districts, were rom- jiletely demolished, causing the of easlboiiRd local number 511, due here at 21.40, and Ihe flyer nu'm- B10 SHIP EMPTIED .TANKS TO h" 12. for several hours. STILL SEA AROUND1 THE Governing'Privileges for Extending Utilities Outside Corporation Boundaries: -Edmonton, Oct. ind Medicine .Hat. city cbarter amend as regards--tbe reward ol tbeir l The government had ny to the pres- ent nWi trlcal engineer "for the .Caledonian 'or (be bousing and marketing of their' Iron "Works Co., of Montreal, i grain, without -being -robbed oi, fia- ind travelled all over, Canada instal-1 fits belonged lo-tbem 1'ng machinery lor tnal firm. In Jin.' J" J 1S05, he was sent to Lethbildge to instal the electrical t pumping equip- menl in the- old pumping station, and after he bail completed his .work -he was engaged by the. cilr to take charge, mien the-city year. Kolwithitwatcg .the-fact, tbl the Lelhbridge Electric Light- the telephones maiolr. inilt and the'electrical plant was-'added to 'thtough tte list of municipal utilities, Mr. country the operation Reid was placed in chaise.. "Smllh', the province show- Kerry and Cnase built'th'e' electric a surplus of after paying In- pbdnts.of the pr.oTlnice provision hadv-bepn 'made for an addi- lionil expend! of- SI, conclderrf by the municipal law 'committee of tbe legltlnturc tcrcst capital, and ODerayori Tbe disputed clauMi jett ovjr from.proylpus alttlnga of tho .Mr. Reid's maintenance charges.'ill" WM .InhjafrV'.' mltleu.vere dealt repreienlatlves of the affected parties being, pres- ent and beard. rone Important -principle embodied :Jn' one ot the amendment, lo tto Medicine Hat eb.rter, (hat 'concerning th's -righte of municipalities over j _ tbe roa'd allefsrances their boundaries, bul.vhicb they desire to croaa ol new or, use clieitendlng their- utllltlei.' Calgary, and Lcthbridge car eacb'nuve open road within ten miles of these cities, to extend tiollp s'eiur, -hitler. mains, giw malm, etc., while has power to twenty. supervision-. Ust year the'-general ed to carry on the same-policy of planned and carried .lending this great public out all the worl; In connection :wlfh tufuie y63-'5-. Some icereaie in rates the installation ul street'cars, the he nectssary but' the. gorem- live miles outside the city limits with construction of utilities. Objection was raised to such, a chune In Medicine Hat cbarter, becauso It was con- tended that this right would conflict with lnlere.sui'o'f the neighboring town ot Hedcltff. Eventually if-was'decided to leave tbe matter, in the hands of the minister of.miralclptJIU'w who will draft a clause -which will be applic- able to. all. the citiesUnd which will protect'-the rights of adjoining niunl- 1. fltW 10 BE VOLTURNO York, Oct. It was ex THE DAILY TRMEDY Liverpool, Oct. Ten passengers wcro killed and 18'olhers Injured In a collision near here today between (i local train and Manchester ex- j.rcss. The roar cpacb of the expreo r_...l __ was Bballei-cd. Itnrno was lubricating All that 1 reherally nwded, II wjs cijh'nej, 4 js a barrels ol oil tp a sea wrecking 'tr'Ains, one.'.'ifpm Macleotl and one from were called to the soon: of the wreck, and cleared away the delim so that- Ihe Spokane flyer arrived, licre at 10.15 this morning. Kortun- DISTINGUISHED NOVA SCOTIA JOURNALIST, IS TO EDIT' MONTREAL TELEORAPH LITTLE HUNGARIAN TOT SAVED WITH NO ONE TO CARE FOR HER tasis wilh ecoaom- barns-anl subJta- lc operation of the Bystem. i Wilh reganl lo.railway development WIDE EXPERIENCE the premier said the construc-Urn. lit holds papers as first clais ma- during the. year had'not been SO'DX-' rlnc engineer issued'by the, mil- as had been hoped, but by Ish Board ol Trade While'In Mont- 1913 bis propJ.wy that ,608-. real before coming .west, Mr.' Reid mite; would be completed would was1 instructor in the'electrical lab- accomplished fact._By that tlmt: oratories of McOill University. He (here would be Actually corn-- Is- therefore an with both pitted 2000 o railway built ut- practical and technical engineering 4" the swranlee ol tbe proving H.; ;helieveil that it was essential Hut. During the pasl he has''lni? really been the .'de-l and extended Hbertllf. pgrtment under his although his jurisdiction did not ex.ter.d toleg- islatlvc matters. H Is Mr, llcM's physi- cian that he will be. unable to ap- pear on his own behalf rturlng the election. While his ronnitlon Is Im- proving daily he is still confined to his bed, and it will be-a co'iple o.f months yet before hb %fs wholly re- covered. London, Oct. Ihe res- Devonian was a poldcn- plnirtd at the- office if the AnJc-Am-. afely no or.c was injured. erlcari oil Co., which the tanV slcarricr .lhat' tho oil on the waters the Vui- PROTEST CROOKED ELECTION Montreal, Oct.1 Mb- have decided to contest One. ol the said il "lh3 rcrcrt ca'-tod from London '.vcro true, .that all tho emptied, the waves, must h.ivc been Oliatcauguny on tho grounds of 4 4 gross corruption. Toronto, Ont., Oct. enormous to require s'p much oil.' Toronto state thai lion. J.- Stialloii, of reierborn, Is very Harry 'McDoiveil, ol Wan anosli. ill. Hecenlly he returned from "a trip fatnlly slint by his nhf- lo Germany, uhcif he went ictu- jeat-olil I cointcd daiijhler, who playfully Ijul the has not a revolt cir at the "bencfHal'cflo'els desired. bad PERISHED 1N1[ Ur" (Kiting -'and caressing, evety -way lo r.nd. 6ut.who sic was. LIBERALS MAY HOLD- CONVENTION i'Oct Jo-jr-r at a-jtcit constantly" of 4 4 4 nr.f publishes a report that 4 .Liberal convention .li lo. be 4 colled before Parliament meets 4 to drift i low tariff platform- V f >4 A down languages, were tried uui v did not stem to.iniderstir.d any. Fin- ally somebody who tir.dcrstcod York, Oct. nnd nlntty..p'ps'tsn'g'era on slon on the visul-on Thurttfay fARTY OF. IN LIERIE8. ARE ALIVE IN ONE SALL.ERY her uncle Haldik Hiul, who was.tak- .her ,Y., Hfr' imcl.p.'she but did .gel: ia-himscli. His (He (r rnornlng, and either; pe.Hihed .or.. wars burnej alive..JThii news, braught to port .ttda'y 'with the' docking of the .Groisfir' Kurfuflt, bearing Oct. psrtljs March ni fcr the 4CO m n rs st II en- tombed ia Ihe I'nl eisal. Collleiiw got into touch r.oo'n to- day with a 61 shut'ii lone.ol the galletlis by.a fall oUail.-1- They signilled that another group.of.' fifteen ol their cornradta, had less i 'caught further gEllcry, b.ut. that they wfrb.'rifad.'- abisnt fOO ot 'the.til; men were .rescued" yesterday, day's discoicry' of further', parties r' lliinj; men gave rfsc lo Ihe hofethjt1 the fatalities 'wqlild.not 'fie'.si'.eiMc nioiis as 'at first- f i: ;