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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta OLUMK VI. TKN PAGES Lcthbriijgc, Alberta.. Thursday, October 30, Wl'.i CENTS. Xumber 271 lice Force Present Him With Set of Pipes Appropriate- ly Engraved APPRECIATION igistiate Elton and Barristers Jhepheid and Palmer Ex- pressed Eulogies MR. OLIVER WITHDRAWS fining LUBlnpSS pTOSpWt except tonally Invlllug. Mr. J, Kussell Oliver, has decided lo withi'ravir from [he field as a cuiiUEiIate for CoiuailBSlonor of Element in England Trying to Determine the Policy of the Colonies New Agent for Blood Indian Reserve is a Popular Mac- leod Man n the lasi day of liis active sor- as chief ot tbe Lcthliridgc -c Win. II- Davis was Macleoil, Oct. J. !i a tangible representation of ths or llr receded a leicgram yesterday n from the department uf -At- ari he is told the at him or of Ihe-.forcc-i anil was thc jjjs appointment .to thc position of agetit at the Hlood Hume, vacant NAVAL ISSUE Motherland Has No Right lo Iri- Straight Hints I to anil members ol tl.c bar. ftcr the regular court session this Londou, Oct. at the Cutk-r's feast at Sheflicld fast night, Hon. Thomas high com- missioner Cor N'cw Zealand, -said his opinion that until cou'd firs I weld together tli: various part ons o V.x empire in sorr.r. rorr.mon found! we .should npjer wcltl together one truly imperial Reel. "I lie rruccedcd, "is it rish GIVEN J5000 DAMAGES Medicine Hat. Aka., Oci. 29. SnilHi was awaviiod 090 damages the Al- berta Clay.j'frcxlutts Co.. to- day, by.Chief Justice Jlarve-y. Smith was v or king for the comj.anvjii the clay pits near Dunmrtre, iwhen a ear fell on because of a faulty track. -The Injury rcsyltcd In a long trrm fn thfi hospital and ampu- tation o! a leg. judge that the company was negli- gent Jn uot Imiug llu; track lu repair. %.f some vciy conif-l mcnt- reniarVs police u-REL-h position was rcndej by the resignation of W. J. Hyde. Mr- Pihvorth wits instructed lo tho chief-was grcatlv sur- take charge cm the first.ot November. tilc overseas dominions without c.d lo ue addressed by the magis- Although several, men wore mention- le, ami for a moment, before he eil in connection with -this position luttl what was about 1o happen, from lime to-time, this appoinmenl contributions arc going to. continue c tlir look ot a hardened criminal comes as no surprise, and-meets with to butld "avics to bc lo ut to receive, sentence: general approval thrimglioul the authority elected by the people of; magistrate felt that lie had a town, as Sir. Dilworlli is" highly United Slates Government Wil Not Hurry Policy To- ward Mexico Regina Was Turned Down De- spite the Promise of Big Support KANSAS NEEDS IT Badly Shriveled Up State Needs Impetus.of Jusl Such a Gathering Tulsa, OfcJa., Oct Kan sas, was selected this afternoon, the meeting ylace for" tho iuterna tlonal Dry-Farming Congress In 1514 This choice was made over appllca lions 'from Regina, Sasfc., Preslcott Ariz., .and Uudapist, Hungary, and was based entirely on Wichita's loca- tion In; the heart, of the dry-farming FUTURE QUEEN OF BRITAIN Xtw York. Oct. 6t. Petersburg cable says: "It is report- ed here today lhat ilie Prince of Wales U to the second daughter of the Czar." SOUIH BRUCE IIS Big Vote Being als Have a Good Fight- ing Chance Toronto, Oct. interest is being takeu tn tho result of the bye- election' for tho Houso of Comraona ,n 0 m fgr whkh ia toliay- The is c'e" in proportion to iheir populations or to perform, and st -I'd that gualifird lor Mr. Hyde's f were iirliis power vo'jM send tlcparlure Ironj is, how- -AVashington; OcL vou-ej, (fce of tbe Administration has uot been worked out, and may not be announced for another veeli, was 5a- dicaled at the" House, today.. "U .lias becfe country, and on that clty'E present tMs morning but a steady drizzle for preparedness to care for the congress past few days has "left" EOme of the one portion ol the mpire. cuntollCll 'ninisinViM ivold be elected U nctd for unUcc l I1 chid .to the jail, in or- ever, greatly regretted, as during bis thai still be in our ihice icign of olHce, he 'has :sl. the chief endeavored in proven tiiiiself to be a very-capable Accessary (hat there niind his latest crime, tut his anil emcient agent. indicated that )iis nieinory was v: hik in this repaid; Maxistrale :m tlicu; proceeded to cnlLh'c.i (112 I. apprising bim of Ihe taut that most recent liusdnncAncr ccn- issue with which wo j Chairman Ba Jivcu though thertj elfin of.-the Senate For- omrntllee.'-that the' and exposition properly. .Wicblta'now has'an immenEp con- vention hall and exposition building, aurt has" alfo arranged to provide funds for the international organiza- tion duriujj tbe year., A greater-financial guarantee could ave been secured, from other elites roads in, the riding Impassable Despite this handicap however, both sides expect to poll a full vote. Tb'e question, 'was the outstariJIng Issue of the campaigu. The Couser endeavor to arou.su race prejudtci vatiros charged tbo Liberals ivitli a among Uio German voters of the con it is aU5- prrsonal standpoint, M. i te.nde'r-to thc-'de- lins (Mick.the toteh which" ]ind anil in doiiig so, -ndeil of the fir.est tributes paid'a city'official, He said !n "I am not going io fine you. f would like to inip'risoti you, soS jo1' coulO not go away froth :is, due nciay. we have felt we not. lo rely entirely upon the mother rounlry. Attempts are, ing made to defeat tlic work -we have in hand and especially is that being done country., "We in New Zealand, have no" riglit to interfere in your inteiiial GENERAL ELECTION IN' ISLAND COLONY- .IS' LIKELY' TO PROVE -CLOSE no to interfere: work we are carrying out. The desire on the part ol-those wLb ate; eurtcavor- ing is not fropi an intercal Ihcy Jiave in our-'..coun- try, but they fear it wiH-te. cess and may uc quoted as an exam- ple-1' V Jn -condiiston, ifr. he was voicing the opinion-of-.many people beyond thc sess.in tliat be boped the lime uas not far t senate.mizht the colonies Voice their ideals and Icavins.'hc mother .country she was itkil to _ have; thc "major, voice in the gre.il aflairs. St. John'F.-.N'fld., r going'fuvay will mean a, Newfoundland will( "decide today to the city. You have thc cpnfi- whether'Ihe gorcrnmcrnt; of Sir Ed-. trusl nnti love of every mem- Morris" shall bs-continued In of the force. Your or whether Sir when fcrni c irahlc, true nianhoort .lias 'made sSalt be afaln placed .at the iiclm of hc established where "arid served as en influ- yintn, after a la nee .of nearly, live thnt llicy will nol- soon forget, years, tliiring which periptl lie has your sojourn hern has htfred to leen leader of-the opposition. The silJI lo course, r better incn of all who have campaign, .which closed has e in contact with yen, and on be- been one of the most vigorous ever fit the Lcfhliridgc polite force, it waged En the.colony.- ,j pleasure to lender you this Unbiased observers predict Hi at the lofcrn of" their csttem" and re- victory of either party" will ho a 'narrow margin, "The. obliteration of .c clnM was inucli moved by questions aroutid .vhkh: previous xagislrate's.remarks and hasten- have the sub- u express; Ins appreciation. of issues; make it dii- n-crc more good things coining to the the v.ay. -John K. I'almei, uhu was wllh or CPrtalnty. nnl in the court, made a very little address to the reliring! i behaH of the (eil "that he bad closer contact willi Mr. possibly any ol the oilier at- eys, as bis cases, hail been .more triminnl than civil nature. Ilej c.vprosscti hts anprcci-: -i r.f the personality of Ihe chiei i Mm Tor the linrat tl1C-W in -II FEES WILL RANGE; FROM! .A L .nations should recognize tiio rietii of Uib Ifnited States to deal with tbo sHuaubSr :Now tbai iro have lhat trill take'a little tEme for to work out r that within the next few' definite announcement will 4o made by.the .iluertti sovernmcnt lest Sun- py He United States. SOUTH- LETHBRIDGE RATEPAY- ERS >1EET IN FLEETWOOD SCHOOL TO HEAR CAN- DIDATES dealings with inm. He chief's dcpnrturcr anil-tell that he a severe loss to th.U the only ot his: going was U.e fact thnt 1 city would greatly benefit! UP TO NO SUNDAY, SHOWS- Oct. (in will lie cliarjcd lo Kdmonton, fws up to J moving picture theatre.1? under ORIGINATED IN EDMONTON IN TWO YEARS ACCORDING TO MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT; Edmonton, Oct. a solitary cane of coiisuinption has brlglnated In Kdmonton sJ beginning ol 1911, accoiding to ofHciai reporl submittcd by Dr. T. H. medical heallh onlces. Forty-foui Cntes were'reported during the first 10 months ot 191J nnd of these '20 re- sulted fatally, principally because they were In the-advanced slagc ol the disease. Twelve wore the! 20 and 30 years or.age, tnrcc.each.be- vhlch presented claims, but Wicblta' stltuencj-. As the Consen-ative ma won when all were considered. Jorily at the last election was only Henry" .T. president of the iahsa'a Agricultural college, was cl- 105. auJ Lho Liberals have a good fighting chance, they count largely prepare, since uic The South. I-dhbridgc liafepayers' Rs Bow handlel mectiliB iu Klcctwooil school tonight in to te largely altenn-il. It will- bc the first meeting of the cam- paign nl.which t-aorticlales have teen appear. Large numbers are .'expected to be in attendance the central portion of the city, as It has bwn annuimcjd that Jlaj'or Hardic will explani tlie bor.J sale and Mby thc city lost ovsr which it should have had. Dr. Lovering' will evplain tonight liis reasons for entering the fray. WTjen announcing himscll a candidate for the mayoralty he said he .would slate liis reasons later. Tonight will be tiro tiaie. J; Itusscll Oliver will raaVc his first appearance fcciore an aulicnce of LelhbrMgc volers, and set forth his qualilications as they fit'him for th3 position of conunissioner public works': The metting is open to all and staits at 7.45. ensuing year. Ue is one ot the 3est-k'nown agricultural educators anil Hunkers "In-the United States, and was prominently mentioned for. secre- tary of agriculture this spring. Mr.-'.Waters, succeeds -Hon. It. miniBter of agriculture for Saskatchewan, whose term of 'ser- vice for has been mark- ed by untiring '.devoXton and real ser- vice' tq the'cause of the International A strong 'move was made many delegates'. including the foreign na- make the session of the con- gress biennial Instead of annual, but Foreigners claim liat nnnunl ses- sions do riot give the-respective coun- tries .time'-to properly prepare ex- hibits and send delegates. It was also urged.that thc local convention cities should have more than one year to prepare, since Uic dry-farming idled in connection assumed the aspect ot an agricultural world's fair The move Jailed on the ground that thc congress would lose.in general in- terest >lf the lime1 between sessions as .greatly lengthened. THs" International board'of govern- ors fir the'1914 congress was also nominated this afternoon, and in- cludes Hon. W.-R. Mother-well, of He- -J. H. Chittehdeh, of Hays, Kan.; Drummond, of Enid, Okli.; C- W. Welch, o[ Denver. Colo., and Jos. H. Wirtlzoe, of I.ogan, Utah. for on the effects of Slr.Wlfrfd Lauricfi .1. Shepherd, nf the law firm of. regulations which ateitwcen 31 nnd V. .1. Armstrong, L; S..tiipls'y, X. B. Peat, T. n. Ca'scadden, Thos. Cascadden, Ft. Ualdry, 0. D. Rhodes, K. Chesney, D. Scott, H. Fienetien, Alvln nipley, H. MctJeth, J. H, Kleet-. wood, A. Smith, II." If; Johnston, N. T.' Macleoa, H. J. Piitie, H. A. T. Hosakne. Mayor Hardie Ij'a ola- tlmer, 'Ho came here twenty-alt yean- ago, and few years ago was superintendent of the A. K. I. mines position he left lo lake charge of tho Diamond City Coal minp. ..A' year ago ho entered the. rampalgn for mayoralty honors, winning by a approximating 75, -His record dur Ing his'tevnr of office Is hefr-rc the vot- ers, antl .Is well known to them. Arthur M. Grace Is. well known lo 3 large number 'ol .people.' lie cimo to Join Iha. employed on the engineering de-: rartraent of the A. (irojcct, soon was'made head ft (Continued on seift.u) ;