Wanted Man Stayed In Estevan Over A Week Clothes And Jewelry Disappeared From Hotel When He Left Owing Board Bill ISpwIil to Tht Wlnntfx Tribunal lSTEVAN, Sask., Nov. 18 Henry Heipel. murder suspect in the Kaesar case was known to have been in Estevan from Oct. 29 to Nov. 7. He was known here as Harry Heipel and also went under the name of Harry McFarlane. Staying at local hotel, Heipel said he was waiting here for money to come from Areola and promised to repay money loaned him by acquaintances. Heipel had ' a .38 black - handled revolver with a hexagon barrel which it la reported he tried to pawn to one Tony Martin. Martin. Heipel ran up a board bill at the "Greenspof operated by Neville Brailsford and when pressed for payment said he was leaving the next day but would send the money. He left on Nov. 8 for Regina with a motorist. During his stay here he made a one - day business trip to Regina, receiving a drive both way. He. Is reported to have said his father lived in Winnipeg and his mother out of Chicago. Heipel weighs 157 pounds ani l 5 ft. 10 Inches tall. He wore dark trousers, blue gabardine overcoat brown suede windbreaker, dark blue grey felt slough hat. and a peach colored shirt (size 15). Missing from a hotel room after Heipel left were a wrist watch, a crew neck dark blue jersey sweater and pair of brown woollen gloves. ' Heipel is reported to have told acquaintances here that he was returning to Chicago, where he had spent eight years before coming coming to Areola this summer. The owner " of the stolen articles reported reported their loss to local police about Nov. 12. Several local boy recognized Heipel' description from press report report and reported to police. Local police and R.C.M.P. are actively engaged in following up clues. Foreign Policy Opponent Wins By Th AMocite4 Prtw LONDON, England, Nov. 18. Vernon Bartlett, running as an Independent Progressive candidate opposed to "the dangers of Prime Minister Chamberlain's foreign policy, policy, ' scored major political upset upset today by winning a by - election for the House of Commons in Bridgwater, formerly held by the government. His majority was 2,332. This compared with a Conservative Conservative majority of 10.569 in the general general election of 1935. The by - election election election in this division of Somersetshire Somersetshire was necessitated by the elevation elevation to the bench of R. P. Groom - Johnson. Patrick Heathcoat - Amory, a young lawyer, was the defeated government candidate. Labor retained the Doncaster seat, increasing its majority by nearly 4,000 votes as compared with the 1935 general election. John Morgan was the successful candidate, polling 31,735 votes to 20.027 for Alexander Monleith, National Liberal.