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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Alberta. Timmluy, October 23, CFATH. 2C5 i Enter Lists for Mayor and Minister .of Finance and Public Protection THREE ASPIRANTS Harelie, Levering and Wilson Comprise the Mayoralty Slate to Date MILITANT SUFFRAGETTES OE- I STROY SPORTS PAVILION i AT THE BRISTOL UNIVERSITY Owl. "r.Tsojj s.uad" of in liUnt sulTrarctics t-.d'jy set fire and destroyed the sports pavilion uf Hrislol university. Trey kit the usual tell-tale siiftrasctte literature Mr. II. has gtCinilely au: SCattorccJ about the grounds. Ri'ijM-'.'J his at the j 'fj.c public prosecutor today fui may or, or rather first that i.e not proceed against in control ol finance. "General" Mrs.- Flora .DruimutKid, Mr. iViSscn lu'l many friends call IVJLO y.-as taken til in jail past lev." days, anil in rtiogrOES against her V. is said to'farl-tlinL U'ti time has- for infringement -of the "malicio-js to lake a stand. Mr. dan'aac to property act. She under-1 London, Oct. tie absence cr i any definite lead Irora llritisli ritncial quarters, newspapers comment on the i Mexican situation today was ly conllnid to brie! paragraphs i lioning the cf the alleged interview given by Sir Lior.el Car- dca, the Uritish minister to Mexico, in which he is sa'tl to have remarked 'that "the Washington government not understand the situation in Mexico." Iruel Tragedy Near Devil's Lake North Dakota Had Three Victims UNDER ARREST Alleged Murderer Caught While Trying to Excitement Prevails ffeis ilal his knuv.'lvdgc ol be of vilu5 tn tlie city _ ;4ir next- year or. two. Aside; being R. A- 1. company's j man in London fnr years, '.vent an'operation anil since Itas-Lein! ill continuously. 1'erliajJS "no better evUer.ce. of the tl.e 'bm'ldin'g ivill be ready for in thfs territory' under ll-.e direction i Devil's Lake, X.D.. Oct. D. T. Dillo'n and Leila Marshall, her daughter, are dead al Ray, N'JX, and, T. Dillon anil Leila Marsh, her lies mortally wounded, as the rCEull ot shots fired from a revolver said to Duluth, Minn., Oct. have been m the hands of I-aurcu. rhins In the Duluth'-Superior liarhor. Culbertson, rormer husband oE Mrs. WINTRY ON GREAT LAKES oi of McClenagtian. The building I ma'n contract, VIOLATED NEW ACT Medicine Hat, Alta., Dot. Mr. Wilson was comptroller here for ,trr cf the new Deadly lew jears is therefore rxpm'.-nc- ;tcI, Victor Iteytiolda. of Suf- fleld, was flncO for occupation hy December 1. Part ol jposttion of I.cthhndge as a distnb- is'already in use, sev- shown'-abovc is-the. uting centre could he found t nan the cral-carloails ol laavhinery having and c6sls about but in ad- 1 creel ion here of the enormous ware- been stored in the new quarters dur- dilion; the company has plans for the house constructed this summer. rin TI L" -J1-' the past fortnight. Howevei. by addition'of tractor shed. The main tically all of the ivitti snou. Prac- ilelayed. fleet now in port. According lo the vessel captains, a number of boats were sheltering In suites will he building is four stbrevs, with I'orlase dunng the worst, part of tbo financier and administrator lias au intimate ac.iuair.tir.ee the market. In an ir.- lenlow with iUe Herald Jan. 3rd last, lie forecasted accurately tlits >ear's condition nnri displayed tlii fart that he fcr.cw about the money ctKiditions in the old country. Mr." WiEsutrs claim thai he is one j df ihc very host men in the city for finance and are goiiiR to 1 :ost hard- for him. There arc now three in tJie'field for mayor or first ;'onwriissiojier, AV. L. Kardic, J. K. Levering" anil 13. H. vcr North by to Internaiion- "ales ion while the" j storm, and they walled-from twelve al Harvester Co.- Tl.c aljove photo- s'taj-for whole ol Southern Al- tractor she'd will-be'SG.v.60 feet when j lo sixteen hcurs for the heavy north- graph shows something cl the'size oi bcrta, Mho number, dose to 50 erected.- western wind to moderate. TELEGRAPHIC TIPS Tl.e City of Ignacio lias .cap- (trrd Ly -..Mexican Hon. Oieorse sr-caVinp; at declared st'ronj- !y in favor 61-a: Canadian navy. Tl.el'rotcstant flm'scopal- clivjcli.nl ll.e rnitcd Slates has Jcfcrrcrt for fyline in New Scene of the Lat- f est Horror Datfsobi 193 and 213 men are' entombed shall N'o. 2 of the Ktag Canon mine j j WHITE DENIES STORY London, Oct. was an im- posing scene in..the Lord-Justice Court yesterday.wnfenVsir Rufus Isaacs was in as'_x.'successor'to.-fxird Al- v'erstone.-jiiFriends ond .adwifei-B of Sir in coiirt -was crowded 'to. the] Lucknow, Ont, .memherd lion. W.'T-r DoSlnion ol-beicJi. and bef. .Women filled-tbe Minister of Fioanccj denies and hupilrerts of -persons BOWIES BIG LIFE OF Mr. Ballantyre's Address to Bus- Financial Cam- paigh Progresses SOUTH BHUCE 6'nL, 'Oct. olulely the statement that ha away'froin. the: Two'- thousand dollars Is the total lid informed thn sov- the corridors outside amount'raiicil id'fjr hy in irntncnt Ibal (here wo'jld ie" impassable. the caiapaisn. m in Th: report-was made today at noon. Dillon. The tragedy took, place at the Dil- lon farm, sis miles north of Ray, at S o'clock last evening. It is alleged [hat 1-auren Culbertson. or Steve Cul- berlson, as he'ivas registered at tho hotel after coming to Hay yesterday afternoon, went to Hie Dillon farm in the waited until Dil- lon returned from the field where ho had been threshing. As Dillon entered the biro. It is Bald, Culbertson shot him down, and believing his victim dead; it Is assert- ed that the murd.erer went to the house and Mllc-d Mrs. Dillon and her daughter Ixslla. There were no eye- witnesses, hat it is fcellevcd Hat both died instantly. Following the murder and alarm .by. neighbors, who heard shots and riish- ed to the sceiie.pf tne tragedy, it-is said thit rushed into town and six miles put of Ray lie was cap- tured hy a train crew, while make his r-scape' on a fender ot u The 'traiu to rn- 'etl over to Sheriff .Carl Erickson.'of twelve hours since the explosion" in lent at I'ort Arthur, Ont., tcing interested in real estate, w.-is Billed in an attempt to run arouurt in of an incoming express lo put j letter in thn mail car. Mr. llealy a widow and nine children. :EBELS SURROUND MONTEREY Dallas, Del. dispatch to the TimoF-UcraM from a Tellable .source m in the Mexican border announce! ihnt the Cnnslltutionallata had sur- roimdetl Monlrrey, and c vet-ted to assault that cily today. Monterey is the most important cily in northern'. MeMco. ttircc. years action c-n .the appoint--o' rhclps-Do'lgc ami Co., oi Sew j til a colored bishop with a scat; York; at 7 o'clock this Tnorninp. At: ji xlic-hoiisc ol hicliops. jjlc of writing it :s more Ihnn The Neivfcui.ilhncl schooner, Annie' was sunk in a collision at i____ Sydnsy, N'. S.; anJ tour of the crew .llm M closed all! (irowncil. avenues of escape by poisonous gases .1. P. Hcaly, formerly general mccr-which filled tho raise. Fourteen ttid-j .tnnt oi Hossport, and lately a rcsi-'jcs wcre tKovctcil'ilnring nlghi. i The twenty-third .living victim of the (iisasler was lour.d at the. depth oi a i mile- and taken, out unconscious at i 5.30 this morning. j j Indications ate that the first corps wording ur.doj: the direction oi II. Morrow would reach the M.I-; iority o! Hie day shift, which the cave-In some, .'lime to- day. Hope was held o'lf- that the fans which were .worked- a'l- 'njjlit would have clarified the air that I'.e .trapped men might he found alive.' (Continual page Lord ilaldane paid a tribute' to lEaacS .tbi to Lord.AlversibSB 5-cssrs. .Sliaunun'and McArthuc- led no chanses in the Canadian larifi at the next session of. Parliament. f. thit hc'mlgfit" after t-an fce the sup- 'reme tribunal o[ the 1'mpire. Catechism on Civic Franchise the list of Messrs. Ka- worth' and IJryinrrr second. Tii2 cam- paign -is an enthusiastic- one, and promises .to..warm tip before the end of the wceii, -when it is hoped the iuli Amount desired will he- realized. Kveryer.c is in full sympathy with the project, hut some complain that- moncy.is scarce.. Startinb tomorrow a membership 1. Htrtv long roust a tenant have resided in the city to give him a vote? Co: the elevation of-'the former 'mcmLer, .1. J. DdnnelU- to the WHliims county, who came to Eenate were held todav- when Earlh after him inis.murnlcg. n. Carsill was' selected bv Culbertson was taien to Hay. and the and R. E. officials assert that Dillon, who Is very low, positively identified him as the murderer. The coroner of Williams county imiucst. and-a jury returned a verdict of murder. The tragedy is one of the worst in th'e annals of Williams county. Dil- lon married Mrs.-Marsh, who is said Truax as the Liberal-standard bearer. j ,-i A GREAT BATTLESHIP.. Rochland, Me., OcL nqw si, months previous to campaian will-be started and j. larftc batlleship Teitns. tbe'most-formidabte raft which any. Tower .has to have been the wife of the party who registered, under, the name of Culberlson. About sis years ago they. Cities Cannol Now Grant Bon- uses or Aids.to Man- ufacturers Below is given the -Stanford 'clause for all cities, which dcala with tho boi.us nuesllon: any provision herein contained, the city shall have no (1) To grant a bonus or any other r. I ahi to nny person, romfftny or tu the membership is It is'a uriviWe to helong to hrcusht to the trial stage, began'tlic came to this place and XOOK up larm- and'cicry man should first of her builders''official--accept- ing. They have a host of, friends, and No. jbe The captains ol the nnce trials over tie government ineas-: feeilng against the murderer ruaj 3. Has a properly owner "residing 'at the time of election outside tad [membership campaign will tc'A. ured course off lioc'liland today. [high. I Stafford, K. M. Ma well and W. In-i Answer: Yes, if his name appears.on the last revised assessment roll- {gram.- lias a non-resident iirbperiy qwiier.-jihose name is on the list al the Ovcr'twenly ,ol the business men ot _, .-o at the noonday i luncheon today to listen to a report the 17th world's Y.31.0.A. con- a vote? Vas city, a vote? 1 lime of election, a vote? I Answer. Yes. 5. Has a nonresident who bought'properly six months before election the right to vole? Answer: "Any person has purchased real estate prior to the first and earnest -talker, arm ms annrets n i T i' with sreat interest. Kcplymg to Umseivative ventibn recently held in Ktlinbureh, day of .Inly, and "has made application to have it placed on the assessment Hr.' "airy. liallanlync, roll in his name, shall liave the right to vote. Canada secretary. At Ihe meeting of the Xorth IlaterayerE'Association on Tues-1 a very vigorous (lay evening, the above questions were propounded by one of the audience.; and earnest-talker, and his addrets No one jircscnt sccinetl to be able 16. give answers, so the secre- tary was instructed to cal! at tho cily offices and have them answered. This lie told ol the rapid progress which was done yesterday afternoon, and tho answers of City Solicitor Ball in each the institution has made since its inccp.tion in. London years ago. Thir- ty-two countries ivere represented at the convention in Mmburgh by 600 members.-The. idea ot the four.dtrs has also broadened until today the Y.M.C'.A. aims to nicet the neeiis'of of man in every of life in'- every country, morally, spir- itually, intellectually and physically- An important branch of Ihc work which'has rcsulleil-from this espan- the problem 'dealing with toys of every class. case are given. They should help to clear np'any mtsunrleTslarding as to the qualifications cf voters. There.nrc still two days [or those, entitled to vote, sc nanfcs are not on the Hat, to al the city.hallJ Montreal, will cf the! Nor 11: Uay, Out., Oct. were Edmonton, Alia., OcL Southern members on Ihe Conservative side, raised objection in the L'eglslature'lo- day to a guarantee .of the bonds of the Central Canada Railway Co.'s line, one hundred miles.In length, 'in. tho Peace River, on the ground that parts Three problems were taken up at i of Southern Alberta, already well set- late James floss has been probated; i Vllefl and stveral Injured on the Ca- Kdjnblirgtl convention, and dis-1 tied, are badly in need of railway cism Said He felt Strongly on the Question Eaid tbo Premier; "and'T havn given Uiat company to understand that unless the lino Is completed by- next year it will be no use coming to the government for any extensions of time. So far as the legislature Is con- cerned, Uie company was given lo un- derstand thai this is their lasl oppor- tunity." AsVcd If he would bo prepared to place a penalty on the-company to compel them to .build .the tho premier said Uiat he was prepared lo take stops to coinpel the company to the line, and to build it neit FFfflM collected on about JS.OOD.OOO.' The Ocnrso Hoadley.'O.kotoRS, said 'the .1 farms, nhd other matters of sinal- er import. The clauses as drafted be Inserted in tho proper plncc in "chartcr< .thai, of .Lothbrldge in- hundred dollars exclusive of oranvllte Cunningham, and such members of council shill he disqualified from holding any muni- cipal office Mr a'pcrTott cf t.wp Vearj. (Con'.iiiuc'i on. va'ec by of the orders supplies a cluh. which has as its p'rin- the rrovince. I "Hut I want: lo The Ins militant ticlits a.doplcd.bx- "l-tecl as strongly.'as'the rncthher ra scrtion'of the womtn have coin for Okotohs about-- the- 'Canadian pcrtcd mony. people's indifference Northern line to 'Mac-1 lo something -like .blUer Frederick Wanklin Montrcai; 0. Jon tho pin of Ihe work train crew, highest' ideals.. H aims to II Dugan. MontvMl. and Phelp's John': I the'apirro'ach. of the second section of [contributf fowacrt every, man's son." Jrfonirefil, who all I UieUrelghl Iraln having been Ignored actcr by'.showing .M6i .whH lie is fit- eami-amo-jnL i after the llrsl secllcnt1 cMtci I dp, and how he should do it. ;