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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VI. TWELVE PAGES A MAY GO ON THE" RAILWAY COMMISSION LctUbi-lflge, Alberta. Wciluesday, October 29, 1913 CENTS. Number 270 Toronto, Ocl'. Charles Murphy. general superintend-.' em foi the C. P. H. atAvjnui; 'f and formerly general mas- ff ter of transportation, is to be 'f appointed to tho Dominion Hallway Commission.- accord- ins (o reports here. Jd. Hamilton However Puts Up Argument that the Meth- oxl is Foolish UNFAIR-TO VOTERS FORMER CITY ENGINEER AT TEG Several Cases of This Character for the Coming Criminal Sittings PIT BOSS CHARGED Moid was received, in the cily !oith Lethbridge Voters are En- lightened on the Prefer- ential Ballot It thcrcVaayihing the mailer wltli position with cily oi Winnipeg. He will connected wiili1 the engineering stall ol the Greater 1 Winnipeg Water District, 'with head-! quarters al St. Anne. '1'his is one of the largest waterworks systems itli of Deal of a Mineral trie Letlv bridge Collieries 'allies From Pincher Creek and Cowley File at the Local J Office OLD OIL FIELDS Suiiday School Convention Elected Officers This Morning bistuss VOTING IN SOUTH BRUCE Walkcrtnn. Onl.. Ocl. Today cloaes tte In South voting taking place lociorroiv. Is full ot members ot I'arliiment and politicians from all parts Of the riding. Both sides are confident of Ihe result. CHANGE C. P. R. OFFICIALS HERE Several important changes iu th U. 1'. U. stall aifartinj! this poin "11 i i-.''ti. -I f Tl 'were anr.oimceil today. ODefatlon Recalled by Present! D. Hiembolham ot 1 his Uty A. Smith, ite nrst trainmaster a J this nuinl. leaies lo go lo Medicm Lineham's Company 'ever undertaken. in Western lland" ,s written rievelbpmentl in the oil regions to "over the docket ot criminal cases lo the nunie be heard week before Mr, ius- tice Simmons. Three cases involving _ ....n allesed black hand .methods are oa ithc docVct and will rr .ve cf Southern ilbiitens filing al th the amount of money, estimated as le new form ot preferential ballot to co.nplc c the contract e used at the.com ng. mun eipal elec-. neces mU. ons. the voters .North -ethbrlse sfr. mnnci.ard is now alit to be sHowa. They tlilnh it is has his wjl the last ivord, and only express- r 'I that opinion after testing It so :cy ought-.to know what they aro liking about. The explanation.of the.preferential -tllo: and Uie manner of counting the otcs was ahoul tiie only important ratter before 'the meeting of the orth Lethbrldge Voters' Association si night. the name.) That was Ihe oilier imierlant tiling .at vraa changing of the line of th'o organization.. North Lelhbrtdge is democratic it else.' So when a tenant rose the meeting last night. 5 own right to-speak, because he only' "a tenant, the meeting edlalely proceeded to remove. Iho Implied by Uie word 'rate tiaMag It-.'voters'.instead, so at all wlio may vole eetiugs .of the organization. To '.oir how. really democratic they ar MlW side; of the" Uies rneil to change thr ime to Nortli: Lethbrldg'e'ClyhJi.LJM :e. It was top high-sounding" There .were no "important .matter scossed last nisht ft had been It nated tliat there'would. be, but th was evidently not ripe.. Xo net appeared on the horizon was not decided whether or not th sanizntlon woulil support a man fo y of the commisatonershtps. Tr.t Ballot Pleastd The attendance o! City Clerk Ro ;on at the meeting to tafce a stra te with preferential ballot pape triR event of the evening." The 5 been more- or less determined op- hiou to Uie new ballot Practically ..-ry trace of it was wiped out after vole had baen talicn last night, Ihe most 'noticeable fea- of tlic straw vole last ulght was il those' present concerned thoui- more about how'tbo counting s to he'done- than over the voting As soon as the right and tha Elected Oflepf the Vice- presidents this point, leaies to go to imasler at comes il.ethljridge. He will assume his ________ j duties tomorrow morning. II. I adentinn for Uie past two years roa Business occupied the attention oi o, subdjvisjorl, the Sunday sobool .convention [jat. lie will suc- morntng', rejiorts being by Koadmaster Fitzgerald of Jnited States Also Send More Warships to the Mexican Territory HUERTA QUIET No Word of Protest About Harboring Diaz Has Been Received the chief cases ol interest, casos are Hex vs. l.umbaru, l.atella and Hex. vs. Evangelists, the accused in each" case Icing Italians. Apart irom these there are .r.o cases ol outstanding importance. SeWlTilfthe Bingman "well has changes made: lit the constitution and MedirfncHat. set and the stream' part of the officiary elected, cf Sb'Jiliern Xlbiitans filing al the. Tnere was a good allendancc for Ihe Ttesc I.ethb'rldje; Land'Ofl'.ce cor.tinuts session led by Rev. j .1 Dr. Spencer and this was followed by I a conference conducted by Mr. Alex- Creel! it is understood, lander which was as usual the bis at- filsd on-a-large'-area soulli oi the tniction" of'the d There ite Charges..Sever- Hitherto all i 1 cases oi alterap'led murder with a flling'has'.been ,'done on lands II UP 101 OK Xcw York, Oct. Tam- many Hall and its boss represent Democracy, tlicn I am noX a said i Joiin .Turfoy Mitchell, at a. larjc Dcmocr'aiic mass meeting al Cooper Union last night. The.'candidate-declar- and the audience seemed to agree, with that f ammany did not represent Uie party., jiit- chcll's assertion'..was in answer to n. 1st.vice W. Cal Washington, Ocf. 23. Secretary Brvan said today that a formal note ,ad been sent to all the European governments.asking them to suspend tt'e lormuUtion ol a policy toward Mexico until the United States had defined its attitude. While England, France and Ger- many, he said, hai already Uen heard irom; it is eipecled thai the other governments will, follow three great powers in awaiting the decision of the United States as lo tte nest slep in bringing Mexico. President Wilson hail an early con- ference' wiih Secretary Uryan lo-v ward some solulion loday and. Ihe secrclary -stated afterwards that they were at'wori on the-nest slsp'in.the policy that would be pursued. It. is: ei-pecled tliat the r'nited Statss will' make formal dcmaml- for. tio'n (if Huerta.and the conduct... oi (air and Irrs elections., possibly 'with Isomc safeguard's. Io'sys1emati7.e the-' election machinery.. .Tli.e.re was abso- iiitrly no'cotiipienl torti-icoqiinj; how-..... from executive as ,-to. jusl .n-haf" was. (n'tended' by tlic_ Unii-; cd States, hut" agreed in official' circles 'that, some positive ac-ion a soiu- lion of the problem would be in'line; with the cvpcclations of Ir.e powers. Sleps'to sccure-a new election.wou'd: involve negotiations with the tutionaltals and there is a confidence among administration, officials.Ihit if guarantees fur a irce campaiFn-: cjn he arranged, throvgb. .the cstaijlish- i Is belns exprenml v tn. o lilock .Mir.e, Tabcr, and However, writa the well was flow- charged ivith relying .to Mr. owned gunnw's test one.of.the great- est importance.' Siveral years ff ago thla bnuteahip cosl. session lo the ful j large ranch near Ofeoloks, usrd Ihe oblained for dipping his cattle. ........______ case al No. C, in which "Kopl.cnai" now superin- 000, nnd only she was charges Bolonsti .with "'stealing tcndrnt :ol the Waterton Lakes Park, ranked as a ftret-ciai'ii''battle- :Cars ol coal dug hy the was-probably (lie first man to dis- KBX VS. V'KKO 7his is the recent car sieil'n ship. lading Ihe pay. It is a'.case. lo miners. (Continued on page FEET DAILY i cover oil in this part oi the world, le-used to pack it into Pincher jTcek iii cans and sell it there. U .v'as obtained from seepages in the vicinity oi the Watejton Uftes near the boundary. (Special lo the Herald) Qct th.tee of watching and waiting citizens of Bow Island witnessed drilling'in of. the municipal gaa I this mornlnj, when at 10 b'dock final Mfike "was, mndo and nalu.ro red forth reward.in the forni of roilmately cubic feet of rer tnonty-four'hours. n Monday, It was announced that linal lap'would" be mailed Mayor UiilrnBge, who had the distinction -acting the vot.o council several which decided'that the i fiibuid'drill for gia, instead of sing Ihe. Canada Wcsl Cftmpaiiy lo.drill for tnotri .'present when tho'. final strike was made. Kleron feel failed to locate gaa on but hopes .were bright ;hat Tuesday would bring It to ttie surface. On Tuesday night, afler drilling through feet of hard Eand the first pay was struck. .This morning at ten o'clock the big'par' was. reached, be- ing announced .by a "thunderous roar and the sending into, the air lo a hclghl of UO'fe'.el.of a.column of and walor. Will ICO Years' The tools were' pulled and the 'flow measured by IhG.imaiiagcr.ot drill Ing company" and found fo be bctweei clBhl and ten 'million feet.' which Is bout three times the lolal'caiiaclty of all the wells in the Medicine Hal field, fhe deplh al which the was reached was 2135 the main strike being made in the Ko.w Island sane ormatlon al a depth of ahout 2I3S (Continued on page Q DON'T LIKE WAR v EXPENSES Kansas City, Mo.. OcL tonal Council of Congregational clinrches today appealed in 3 reeolu tlon to President Wilson and members of Congress to "call a. halt In the swelling expenditures for 'the para pherniilfa of ar." Tho resolution fibwsr, was nol adopted without op osilion. 2nd' vice' H. Tnbor, Medicine Hat. 3rd vice D. Iliginboth aba, Recording secrclnry, E. Wilson, Red Peer, K. .Uuchanan, Calgarj commissioners are to he elect id at- tfie Edmonton 'convention and ho superiniendenls of deparlmenl ire to be aiipolnted. by the csccutiv commillee. At noon, the .pastors and superin tcndents met' In conference at th nooo.. hour luncheon at which Mr. J H. Tabor. prealded, and Hie discus- sions.were led W Rev.'.I. C. Hoberlson and If the las- tors .au'd superintendents measure up to the liandard of efnciency laid down there will he something doing In tlie Sunday schools represented from thus far land's spirit in deddjng to es- tablish its own-' navy. '-'The spirit is says The Telegvapn, wins the' applause, not only 'of the kin- dred peoples of the Baiplre, the latter are Iftely .to. (all into line-. Bryan.said that Hi? stats department, had not. yet decided what disposition would he made of (ier.eral Kelix Diaz, a', telugfe. aboard thfi younger nations cannot afford luxuries like navies when Immense liabilities have v lo be encountered in the de- vclopmeul of tcrtitorlss. hip. Louisiana. iron, i' lioads. to relieve those at Vcfa Cruz, marks the. first slcp on the part of Hie United Slates toward complying ivilh-. tho recent declaration .ol Huerla that foreign ships had-hrtn" too long (Continued on.' 91. This'afternoon the denominational I rallles'were In proxreis and the DE Ing n'iibltc'. meeting .will be held in tic Knox clinrch tonight, IF OPENED 'ON SUNDAY THE PICTURE SHOW LICENSES WILL BE TAKEN AWAY FdmoMon Get 28 -Alberta rabv- (alien in consequence ot the Ire-, Ihe condilions on which the licenses tta cities. isswd willlc lluifno A number of jiroscciilions instltut-' issued B1' 7 ;tj br the aUorncj-gratiaVs dtpaU- givtn ar.n _. t _ cancelled where" Sumlay menl have heen in favot o! How PctciVw. LaiiRaard Klirted With Dcatlj.-'Before I he Moving Picture Machines MMC VOHERE LAHGMRD BEdAH HIS PERILOUS. TRIf THfWUCH THE RC1P MAN SWAM Out Tt> fv'.OTOR 60AT I law by taMng tip a collection inslejd Sol charging an admission Uc..''- A number of fiats .have re' 'ctntty heen issued by the department [for ocoseculion in connection witk Sunday work on buildings. GlnilE Ire Sl.-.nt-v.v ,n Salvador, Od. liclicvcd. will greatly aujmcst fs 'from drowning were reported list of dwil. lorlay Ironi dialrlcts'ol the. re- .Tlic village ol Vcfa Pflz near San ic Ot inunrtnlcd'ns a i Is reported rlcs'.rnycd with In a rainfall ol unprecedented nil Us rilv lasfine Ihrouglmiil' Monrtay r'oiir were drowned in Ihfs city. The Tuesday. Complete ifPorls, it ialiain fall hers v.nt ato'jt 10 tachts. This diagram shows the Niagara TJorge leading to Whirlpool, Whori Webb cf 1 lucir lives, t'eler W. UngSaVd MoId-of-the-Mlst landing on the Cnnadjaii'slde motor boat, as a subject (or thc 'moving uy oihers picture men. He tossed through Ihc dmrning ww'rlpobi ropl.ls s.fcly.anj passed Into where driftwood clogged th9 propeller. Repeatedly Ho was wrlsl After two altemjts" hi '.bcit' and MM reac ued and pu Edmonion, Alta., Oct. him-- dred seventeen dollars sixty nino cents, plus InWreat.at tne of S per cent from January Ktli, I913.V, lo was ordered.by Judge i today In tba district civtl bo paid by M. W. Uulmer, a sum r.on in s poker at Cbauvin last December.-. ,S 'promis- sory note Ijad given (A.plajritlll for Iho amount UaSmtd Vm- pcrifll Ffanlf, payalle in three Tlic. note w-as duly presented ftf ment was n'.iuti, ;