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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbriilge, Alberta; October CENTS. Number 260 11 OFJOEC Will Politely Inform Eur- opean Powers to Mind Their Own Business GRAVE-SITUATION DEDL! BBUffiNT GARDEN STORY I o BRITAIN DENIES THE Jr Washiugtoa. Oct. The Hritlsh'.. Foreign office. through here, to- 'day deiiEtd to ine War With Mexico Looks More Ominous and Feeling is Very Tense 4FTER GEN. DIAZ Mexicans Held Up U. S' Steam- er Bat Released ii Upon Demand C., Oct. >3jL-De- -clopriieuts of a' few hours today in he lolatipus. LcLwcen the. 'United ;tatfs (uid Mexico emphasized a grav- ty of affairs more oniir.ous tlian at ny time since President Wilson's unislration began. Absolute silence -MS tlie ortlcr in official quarters. The release ol the AVard liner, Mor o Castle, alter peremptory demands y Hie- United States, -terminated a eliirate situation. Orders were .in reparation-to the commanders ol the vmeriruii .warships lying 08 Vera 'mz to'insist on tur release. A statement- 'was in preparation to- ay Secretary Ilryan and Council: Uassell jloore, irhich Sec: ,'tacj.1 llryau brought. to'tbC1 White iuusc for the President's approval. -its contents created, is- rfas i tn'lievc -tlial rriany 'do'iirl Ae passed a notice by the Untlc'il '_les that'll will not brook aao interference in by the arships dispatched to Mexico rs by-the various foreign-go'iern- cats, will be proclaimed. U is 'un- that the United States, the. same statement "reiterate e Arnerjcan. policy that, only gov- r.nieRts founded on constitutional and order" will be recognized oa c hemisphere. lEic situati'pn has assumed such as- cts that considered possible it President Wilson might cancel tbc last'moment his trip-to JIo- Alabama. He'had planned to ive catty tomorrow and Le gone i'o- Tuftsday ntght. There was doubt tbc President's mind today could leave Washington -at the lime. Chairman Ilacoii, ol senate foreign relations commil- conferred at "the state depart- Til anrf White House. He Declared .ile "Stales wbuld 'al- )s like to have the approval of eign governments in Us policy to- rd Mexico, aud would always lis- L to ncvertbeless this veicmcnt'would never yield, its because it. had broader and re. important considerations at ,d in dcslicg -the Mexican >blcni than merely material inter- he gravity' ol the situation, it s apparent, would be increased by !ix Diaz taking refuge in the Am- :an consulate at Voia Cruz. WJLL NOT MOLEST DIAZ. [crico City, Oct. is.no 'atfon on the part of the govcrn- it to inolfst General f'eliz Diaz, .i.ling to Querido- minis- ot foreign affairs. Ser.or Motimo I today Didz was at rly to conic to the capita! when .-Eicise. he fact thai General Diaz was of- relieved" frcijn his mission, to by the. foreign' after he assignment Irom depatlmcnt fn Krar.cc re- rs hun-'Of'any-charge of insubor- according to the ofllclaU -.c nienibcrs of the. embassy which General Diaz to fturope way to Japan, were arrested .lisobeying orders-whfth the gov- urit had sent Uirm at Havana to rn to. Patls js so'jtu as .'possible. was the explanation given by or Mohcno today. He said -they Id ho for Europe on next steamer fo join Francisco La Harra, Mexican mlhlstsr-.to ice, who IE the latest person ap- (rrt hy .the govrinmenl to carry (ask of thanking Japan for Idpatfon in thd Mexican Scnor Mnhcno -it as 9l, Ihal a'fc'r in V of the, Mexican govtrnmcnt men should lo fulfill the enfriKCrd to" them. (Con t In lie J page ff Slate department the aulbeutl- elly .o( the laucn-dUiussed published -Interview wil'i Sir C'arden, llritish minis- ler aT Mexico which re- v Tvesenled Ambassador as "unsympathetic Svith ihe uol- Icy of the United Stales. c INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER OF FIC1AL-TAKES ROSEATE VIEW. OF .SITUATION President of the_ United States, upon whom largely slbility for peace" rests the respon- 5Ir. (l.rjgg, "chief official in1 ]charge; of tLc.ealliSction department tiie IntcriiatJonal Sjiany; speak ing ftJdaf said that col- lections" Were; ahead of last year and farmcrj; 'atc'.maltfng satisfactory ef- fort where 'possible to meet liabili- 3Ir.. Gtigg -thinks this is oue ol the bust seasons AJberta lias ever Jhad residence thinks this is'the finest autumn. He takes a "roseate view'it the jituat'on, and his views especial value, as He is-'tlie'ciiiel-representative ol the big company in his branch in Al- berta. Mr: is responsible alont head office'iaml consequently when a man oi-'his standing express- es an optimistic'view, ot the country it hasH.to_te cased .on accurate knowl- In Manifesto Declares His Position is Analogous to Great Liberator POSSIBILITIES I Europeans Powers Might Step in and Smash the Monroe Doctrine to Atoms HIS POLICY Nallona'ize Land and Give the Millions of Poor a Chance lo Buy it WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Secretary cf State, who Is preparing ihe note said to attitude, European Powers. an opioioQ he ex- "Alberta is all the opinion of'thd'Ee'tliefa now living southeast LethUridEe will Lp'.lhe city with which they will-have railway communication and they-nafi The -first divisional point: .out looli to this-flfy as Oiclr" I.ctlibrfdge Ije'llbridge- billing poihL The-kindliest feelings Woyburn line will be situaldd on EEC-- toward Lethbridge are c-leus of these new tor. for not yel been alizc thjt it was tlio agitalion-'oi Ih'e'' The above information tias recelv- I.elhbridge Board of" Trade thiti-rc- ed by the Herald this morning.from suited In Ihe rond.being started, from [able sources. the wcsl cnii aB os ic Fitst'-Motnihgs.Canvas Met wilh b1 Resppnse-.-An -Mexico Citj-, Oct. Vic- toriano provisional president of Mexico, the statement ycs- icrday, wliich afterwards was re.ad in 'the prcier.ee bt-all the mmiter's of the diplomatic; corps and cabinet min- isters." In.'-this statement Huertu most solemn assurance that the sole that he lias made, or will mafce of his interim president is, First, lo establish peace'in the re- public. Second, to the ic country in lioldmg" "air" elections that the choice.of the Mejcica.i people, ivhcevrr H may be, shall fee installed in power. Iluerta said his government- is 'de- termined at all "costs protect" the Five h'unar.cu more dollars wci addtci'to the V.M.C.A. "roll" loday.ji subscription COMPROMISE EFFECTED ON campaign. now in; progress., This 'SOME OF THE MORE CON- brings-the-total up "to S25CO on the ahy 'dormjlory men-paving just, as (ierih'any- and'France, hut.a government, ad apl-. to the needs 01 the" peopled of JTENTOUS MEASURES ,or ap- j, f subscriplions Tl.c ineinteisnip __....._ campaign "started in full siv ng- Hire out- sustainiiij; memberships .'al 111 morning, and a doubtful morn- }-car jn Ihe inUrrsis ivliicli foreign natip: have at stake in the ing ivas turni'i! into a big day's work. rast of membership: bill- 'liiere AX .AX.U.OOY There are nwny" reasons for bellev-1 ing Ui'at the djvi.aionr.l. point bo at.the point Indicated. Oh. tbla .'sec- tion HID IvelhbridKC-jiVeyuurn. survey crosses ManyuCTrler. Creek, a atream which rises in the' Cypresa Hills and flows Into'Lake .'rttkowkl.- nfford a supply cf solutely neceasa'rj- at every divisional point. Then R la at Uie proper dis- tance from l.ethbrldge, being aboul forty of Foremost, or Loniloa, Oct. the prm- 1 members of the.-royal railway commission arc Lord age 111) Leltoridgc., It Is also Derby, a slaV on the lownBitp line, along which' the Unionist. Labor is EOTernment -good" road J. Shacfcletori, (urmer from Medfcli-.e Hat; from which point, tivc of tkc cotton interests, but now it Is 'ir.dsisor ol Ihe home office. Anolhet The purchiso of the section-there nienibcr is Sir' Henry Primrose, by the 0. I'" R. has created quite a chairman of the Pacific cable; board, real estate Iwm In farm lands in that brother of tnc Kari of Ilosetcrry. district, (t D.'lne reported that Winni- Kiic representatives of''flic .financial peg partlci "-ITO .buying up-firms at. and leading interests complete tho good rnnimission. The Eenllenian from vnOm tlie Her- aid secured lu Ihrormatlon believes that the new point" will be i another pas toVn. Farmers In drill- ing for water hi.vc tapped gas pock- ets, and Indfcalkns that gas cari be found by drilling '.ire very.bright. And It Is not unlikely that Many- berries may have ai. old its own before any very O.lstanl date.-Tlio property consists of business really small-lakes In the dl.-.trlct" show" oil in" Winnipeg, stocks and Insurance seepages, and Iho' fail that '6na oil'and-goes In pradically eciual shares j claln] has already bce'n ,'iled on'has to tbo.widow nnd family, T tlirnujh tliis morninj with very little- in "six 'ixiw mcmliers this morning, The duck season will op-. There ;arc sonic tncnly or thirty pose. 01 in future: cne vert -later, nut io hear !rom vet on the debt fund, chicfen till ..L .u.u.v- utlv. .1 io.ui, uiiv vu j.vui MUIII uii ktM lirut I'jllfl, t chkfen shoafng has hctn icsttic'tnl ai.d a final meeting.will he to-[ till the end of November, the csten-. niorrqw.-iiipht, .uhcn reports'] sio'n to apply lo this year. The' ha? will .lie heard. The carrip.iign for limit for the number of ducks wh'ch, inc-iii-crs' will ci uLLMi I continue all day tomor- was 2S per day and.230. for He" sea- row and' !t Vshviprrt'.iriJt the century hern strak out. rnark.niil be- reached without niucli lor chicken- remains Ihe tfoubic- Those who have not slrc.idy Lorcburn, ..the uirii 11111 in Avarl 1UV MAM K leprcEenlcd liy ULnLIIM Illnll K) LEFT A NICE ESTATE Winnipeg. Man.: Oct. 6s- talc at was left by IJonaliliKqss the well khoivn Jeweller, whose dea'lh oc- a short time ago and whps6 will has htcn filed for pro'jato; Tlife Jail Providied for Joy Riders joinsd- should communicate, with the secretarj-'.at once.. this is a fine op- portunity to take "advantage of tl-.c mtribiitcd oicr ?MO for ills' Jvi- Authority at Washing over tV.V entire country and the people.ot Mcr- ico must (eel the, same as' fne'reopb of. America would- have 'iclt, .it any foreign nation's-support-of the gov- ernment of the United-Stales-would bavc der'c.-Lded'upcn' the elimination of Lincoln as I'- LA'S'D. TUB PKOI'LE Gcner'a! Iluerla outlined, a ,broad The .directors of rHar.ey's I.imife-i, coratrriifnaiye rfcal'n.-s with the 1'rir.ce Albert, Snsk., Oct. 2J.-011 ....__ ver -Milham, former hotel owner ot boarding Department of the assicia- Ihis place, and a man reputed to te hccn inaile in this campaign ivorfli between two .hmidred anil fynrt. of. directors drsire lo make Ihrec hundred thousand dotlarE, Ihc benefit of-the arrested last night on-a train corn- winter's'work in connection with the a nrBht at agraian.projilnn of .Mexico. and thai' there are other definite plsns mr.dc re- that-next lo. the need of preserving; numerous advnntajcs whicli Ihc. av- gardin? their pcck'ng'plr.nl. llic' mnapiiy country, the erage'man doer; not.care lo be willi-. bonds were fro n S'catcst .wcrk lo he dene by and W.nnifcfi ts well as woi'.W te to pursiic a from a local firm. H is tolicy which would give nrllions. o( i '-t'li. i i. :tltal "'c T-ff- I'lfcii in tbo Feonle'in Mexico an interest in lanit of the (act that soir.c.cn- 0, a ]oca) br.-l will u'ol- and througli Ihcir own efforts .enable r-: nnnas 01 a Jocnr urm Er.1 wi ticisms.itciard-ng-lkc dormitory or tcrcdi to the public sl.orlly." BOY MURDERER CONVICTED Iti2in to have a vital slake in the. I welfare 'of (he peace of Mciicd. He realized thai bsc'< of the rlistiirttd ccndilicr.s lie thrrc ctnluries oi mis- taken policy in tiealing wilh the peor pie, and'intimatnl he would was sentenced to I'riricc. Albert ;a'.l a belter method, of Hireling this fin- j him In 15 minutes' liold oat any illusion" lo" American lor four years on charges of alicmpl- anc'ial. fo provide- rooming 'afler llc Netting on people that crime to ing "abortion- Details of Inc. ciso are lor men, many' pi -8' Bl Alta. Lope, them their own ffioHs -riot Vnbwn here. -Milham has htcn re- wtinrii found, it lo serurc cliargeil wilh the of John and labor..-' v Edmonton, Oct. penaliiea for reckless driving of autps are, provided In the slntuio law Vmcndmcnls which were tabled In tno legislature today. The'fine for'tpcedlng on first convfcllon .18 fo bo Increased ftnil for ft tetond offence and an aiUrnatlvc of one week's or botli. v'Oir convlcdon- for third 'offer.co a short term of Imprisonment in addition .U a'fine of 13 tbe license of the person so.convicted w.lll 'oa cancelled. The license ices for auloa and motorcyekB arc as follows. So for motorcycles; for autos under horsepower; S20 'for autos of over thirty and under 'orty in tie casii motor vehicles of over" 40, h'.rsefower. turned to WILL MEET TONIGHT such. :lti; oil r" and in Krederlckspn, at Tcte'.Jnune Cache I addition, use-such occupants of Ihe before court. Temperance Sentiment Recognized -The South Hste- payers' aitocUllon will hold a 4 'meeting tonljht at eight o'- 4 clock.in one ot Ihe ctais rooms 4