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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 272 Wore-a. Crowded Meeting of Electors in the Fleetwood -.School ALD. LOVERING explains His Position on Pear- son's Views'' Civic Meifyrs. Hardie, Love ring and Pear- ou divided the honors or tiring the mat guns at a campaign meeting, klitch will end in the election o[ the -i commissioners under the new .orm ol government on December 8, it the FIcetTrood school last Vht addrcfssd a full house proved by presence that Campaign IB joins he Interest- Generally candidates, '-tie campaign.- orotvds, are not ho-jght'about so early in game. tut this year it Is different. Tho meeting last night was inclln- -d to'be a long drawh'out affair like 1 campaign Till be, but the crowd Hayed till (tie- pnd. The executive of B South I-ethprldge Ratepayers' as Delation had not invited all the .ein ildates to tpeaJc. Believing evidently hat all would hare a great deal to B.C. HOTELMAN DEAD Cranhrugk, B.C., Oct. Frank Dlckiuspn, proprietor or the Jaffray hotel, at Jaffriy, D.C., died here this' morning" after a fr. Williamson full power to {he sale, and In the ensuing It-up the deal lost. told also.of. the final deal with >nd through the Dominion Se- Ccnixjrallon of Toronto, show. z Ihsl the one point the city, had on the'latter, deal-was because' the comnrlBilon' demanded by the ironto' firm. the tale with the Co.'-direct been con- ir.cd, much would e saved. lr, conclusion, he I often Tvo'ndefed what the note- ;'.....thought of the'loss of the encer Co.'s safe, arid the pw- ,le lois of the Read ft CO.'B :t if the councllmen al homo had..... ido the last chince fall? Dr. actually frtada. 'he sUteraent) af- 1 got back that tho council did not 'nk Williamson and mytelf had the tnnrlty to sell without further cpn- the Council. He said that Ball J nlpo sp advised them. Anyone o Till read tho resoliillon -will, 1 nk. say the authority, was com- manflaughter.-; In connection with the death of Sam Porq- .vitch, nt the Coj- on 5fa'y 20, -Kan pit hoes at thjr. mine. Carson has never been pit: boss "at'this Quebec, Oct. printing, es- tablishment o! the French new'spiper "La Soleil" is ablaze 'and the store of J. B. Belanger'ond Co. was completely mined hy a.violent Hre which broke out at twelve o'clock In tho carpet department o'f larg- lower jtofl-ri. Liberal organ when the flames miido through the partlllon wall and. tho staff'had to run away in a hurry to esear-e: tho il.iDger of suflocalion. The pressmen ff j had savc tne t.teccotypcd j page.s and the management of "I.c mine, illi position was lhat -HSoleir.' Is making arrangements'with "Chronicle' 'to have it's paiwr pubtlslicd there today. .The loss of J. E. Belanger Co. Is over partly covered by Insurance. Half of prlnling ilepartnien't Is gutted. of. shot firer. John D. Keith" is the pit boss, and Is not Im- plicated: In the proceedings; except it a witness. OF.fOODIN Wellington, N. Oct. 31. A Pai cities, conlnwd rioting his shortage of food .and fuel with its ac- brought about the landing of, blue companying privations' lor the poorer jackets from British warships' (o as- classes is commencing to Ir8 fell sisi in preserving order. The pthroughouf Kew 'Xoaland as I of a general strike pi result jackets arc primarily, td and prelect the.men engaged in loading fruil on vfssrls.at the EAD OF THE I pouring all the- heavy1 .taxpayers OVER HUNDRED MAJORITY WalkertOD, Out, Oct. C. Tniai, Lbe Liberal candidate elected in the South Bruce tlon today by a majority.of IK, de- feating Wellington D. CartfU. seat .was rendered vacant by the vat I on ut Hon. Donnelly to Senate sad the campaign mi fought almost altogether on the naval ques- tion. .Donnelly's majority at the Last general election lir. Traux, was 103- Belli candidates irero reiidenfc oil, the riding. Mr.-Truu Jn Itae district 57 years and [iU personal mnde him a strong caudt-. tlate. Besides supporting the Liberal position on tlie r.avr, in. practically; every aeclared his iiefer- erice for the doclrfae of- recIyrocUjr with the United States. Walkerton, Mr. home town gave him a majority At 'hb last general "election majorIty there was The majorities In and 1511 are glveu -3 tbat'657_lreight cars, three passenger coaches 'and; -seventeen locomotives were- consumed, and that-seventeen ircighi cars were partially consumed. Tbe shojiK, machinery' and round- house. 6-- the Mexican Central rail: j way are destroyed. SSany of the cars destroyed were loaded with merchan- estimate of IDES, the railway men say, is possible. Work is said to" have been resumed in the plants ol several big Monterey concerns which were Closed for sev- eral days following the icbel ptlack: NOT DISCUSS MKXICO Washington, Oct. 31. Secretary Daniels ol the navy dcjiltlmeat, re- turned from Mobile today and had .a long'conference ,ivilh the president. BRAMWELL BOOTH WILL TRAVEL !He did hot discuss Mexico, put off.the-e'yll-da'y as long as possible. City Accqu'nfant :'Farrls stated .'iat he cxp'eclcdrat 000 In caEb of. notes, which will bring in sighL Other taxes mailed today. .beariiig'the postmark October'SI, taken'as having been "received today: Tho Council wilt hold a rneetiug "to- morrow finan- ments. in their (o the .tax" -pay- AS FAR WEST AS WINNI- PEC DURING TOUR Is'ex Yorlt, Ocl. William Hrara- rell Tiooth, who succeeded "his late father as head of the Army nrrlvcd'in New. York toilny on his first visit 16 America. He go direct to V.'innipeg and Toronto and then return to I'c United States, stopping Aral at Chicago. The General .ivas a little uncier the weather during tho trip "over and re- mained In his stateroom. He Is 57 years old.- For years he was his father's chief lieutenant. General-Booth was visibly annoyed when reporters asked If he expected to visit his brother liooth, head of the Volunteers of "America, but took up ILc question of navy timatfs: He indicated nutnt-cr BOW .ISLAND JUBILANTj OVER SUCCESS OF WELL AT THAT TOWN Bow island. OcL Island celebrated thj" striking of gas-last night with a big smoker, at which the men of the town turned out en masse. There were speechea. galore, at whjch of battleships lor this year's pin- j the was congratulated on -IU granf.wpulU not he decided for some made .is to the future. Among those speaking were Mayor, Dulmage, Coun- tson; which Brant, S polls Carrick. S polls 3 .20.. Cuiro3s, 7 polls... ...TT-. EidefsHe, -S 1.9. Huron, B polls 40 1 Greenock, S pnils JSG kinloss .78 Paisley 22 Luc-know Iti H Walkerton Chesley 53 ,31 ffAU'sillPS AKKlVB Vera Cruz, Jleiv, Oct. cillors Bralton. "and :iloberi Fells Diaz and his compa.iions put! w. n. Bickel. of the company, v___ to sea today on hoard the American I ilrllled the well; 0. F. Wcrtz, and Mr. battleship }licliiRan, to which they F. Har.ly. of the'Cscadlan.West Co.. lave.been, tr.insierrcd-by Hear ,vno tne jowll carcfurcon' al Fletcher from Ihe Magship Louis-: Ecrvr.llon o-f its resource's. ;'Evcry foot iana-iTho. course of .tlie Michigan.was j of Sa3' comirferc'lal 'value and laid for Havana. j none should be wns'ted. Music hr the No. public ann'oiiiiceiiient of the de- nad Watf.r Ulhe (jlia-ri0ttc, the Bow parlure of'the made I by and friends 01 (leneral Uia? on 'shore were'unaware this morning that'he had Ml. s, the now Totals 260 3S4 .337 .224 The 1311 majority for Donnelly was 103.- The 1913 majority for Truax 12-1. Votes in previous elections: South Bruce In Its-present form was created a constituency -in 1903. Fol- lowing are the majorities since then: 1904, P- 11. McKeniie, Liberal, 1905, J. J. Donnelly, Conservative 1911 J. J. WS. The News at Ottawa, Oct. Keen interest is taken in the capital tonight in thg returns from South Bruce. .The re-, suit was known early and did not cause a great deal of surprise.. While the Conservatives have all along been hopeful of carrying, the j constituency, they have- realized ever the appointment of J. J. Don- nelly, the late member, to tho sen- ate, that they would havft a hard fight to retain the seat if Ihe Liberals nominated the former local rricmber, Mr. Reuben Truax. It "v.-as expected, however, that if the Liberals, won, it would bb'by a, small majority. Some surprise IE expressed that >Ir. Mr. Cargill Hon. W.--T. Tniax's plurality over reached three White, who conducted the campaign from whom lias teen long CE- "I saw my brother .when ho was last In he said, "and I ex- lo him here ?pon, As to an most trailer in sec tlfal passcngrrs ate Unwed tocm- every port XCaland. In Well- bark or land from steamers ington and molcslnHon. MEXICO CANT PAY EMPLOYEES Mexico City, Oct. Government that the Catholic parly will advance wmiaroson "niTii 7 thought To oniploycM Alt wearing long faces to-, funds, but the employees leel hy 'no 1 mcaris 'lll> did any one of the bankers who day. Yesterday, was paydav1 bu{ they mcaris is. (he ficst'limc such a thing; It that Ihe lack of lunds will e. II upVo the counciMo i in V ha! ilaya.oM'rc- ht a decisive larlnr In the ex'r-relfd h sale nt 83.1H not go (tcnM'cs... .It. la nid.ihc err- developments' ol the situt- (Conlinutd on page 7j, ,'ployecs will Ijc ip-ald tomorrow, and tion. lllP can- not T don't my bro- ther tahe lo such a suggestion. If my brother would seek such an ailfance, I would" gladly entertain II, have not.yet given tho mailer fii.y thought." THISTLE RINK BURNT Kilrnonlon, .Oct. Klro, which broke oul from unknown cause nl mid- night, swept by s etrpng wind, com- plcicly rlostroyed the Thistle rink on fiftCflnd 'street and the old curling rink used us armories of.lho 101st Heslmonl Edmonton Fuslllen. which au.adjoinlnx InilMing. 'riio King hotel JUE! across the iano 'was threatened by Ihe Intense heat not Injured, !f. f I d.lhc. litomen, are- the lircrp.cn: having arrived from Si. Thomas. DIAZ SAILS Washington; C., Ocl. eral-Felix Diaz and his phrty were bound-lo the point of I'rogrcso, Ytica- will he transferred Id a York and Cuba mail steam- ship.. This infoimation was received by llie navy 'department today in a dispatch-jrnrn.-Ucar Admiral Kletch- Ihe" American squad- ron in.Mexican waters. The battle- ship Jiicbigan carrying the refugees, stiuiild reach Progreso foniorrow. Ad- tho band proceedings. The gas was brought Inlo town. Kr.d Ith gas In'a't rc5mbcr for >'pnh-'Renfrew, will ThThf ?n'rpoSittonIt0oVhccome jlho3? ?t an industrial ccnlrc'.- .tConlln.teJ on pase That tho.liniled Mine WorK.t.7s of America In 'organizing in the Taber Held has already resulted in a clash hetween the.miners and'bp- the word received from the liral-r-'Ielchfr did not say upon town toflay, and-1.t IB understood would sail, and 'hat tpmorvow the first trouble'.will no mention of thfir uUI- rnalc destination. be nlred in the courts...: .When -It'waa dftclded lo proceed with the organization of the Held, no COMMI.3SIO.NER REES MAY DIE' lime was lost, and be'forc long most V it _ _ _. Ocl. neee, head of the. Silvatlon army hero f8 so lit that recovery IE doubt- ful. .Six hundred o'ut-of-lown offlccrs arrivedjtqday.from all'parts ot Can- aila, to.'.tf ko In loraorrcu-'s MR demonstralloD of welcome-to General funds, so lhat they could not par. wages: owing. This throw fifty and sixty.men out of work, and each'had from' to tSO.OO owing. Manager' Biltevyst he could nothing. Today., however. men are laying Informations charging the. company with non-payment of wages, and It Is likely they will bo heard In Taher. tomorrow -morning. Secretary A. .T. District U. M.-W. of A., has been In Taber. for the past couple of days looking aflor the'iriteresu of blip Cvaham." of Cole-, Is. aUp the fob.' Tfie Email mines dro'un'd empiojflnff ahout thrc4 hundred taert at of Ihe smaller camps Vert- In line, al- Ihpugh nothing had been demanded of the operators. last .ftlclay the rolnevs In the Block mine, vvhlca is being developed by Belgian capital, were suiprlsed. to that (here _. woiild.bo time, and It is fes'rcd Ihp "aail that the. corobany.waaxout rpf spread lo tlio other caropt, ;