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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBR1DGE. AU1ERTA, FRIDAY, APRIL 1'Jli CENTS M-.MBKU POLICE AFTER DEVIL" So Wrote Krafchenko to His Wife Before He Was Arrested POSED AS A PROFESSOR And His Landlady Gives Evi: dence That John was Stud- ious Young Man LAST DAY; OF THE TRIAL Morden, is CT jiflclod to bo the final duy ot Mi Crown's case iu the trial of Jack Kmi thcnio, btgan (hid .morning, with tl: crlileticu of Alice Ryrue. i T-liosc p'.uco street, Wli ulpcp, Krafchenko wag aiTtalod afle n Gluy.ur tiircc or four ilays, llrs. Byrne said Krafchonko guv his tiHtao PS' Andrews, I. .was a professor at St. Jolm'a C'ollefi Rbe said he appeared Jo be a very fit ad !o Us youtg ir.an, and rarely ORREON IS SCENE OF BLOODIEST BA'H'LK FOUGHT ON THE CONTINENT IN 50 YEARS CENTRM- R.R. to CHIHUAHUA.. VILLA TAKES TORREON, FEDS IN FULL FLIGHT LEAVING OVER 1000 DEAD ON FIELD End Came Last Nighl Afler Six Days of Fighting-1500 Dead! 4000 Wounded the Toll of the Battle-Rebels Now j Supreme in Northern Border Provinces First Report Thai it Was in the Straits is Proved Unlru: HAS 170 MEN ABOARD Torrcon. Mexico. 3 (via Cera- 10 beini; total. city. blrc-.Mi nl'h Lav T and ur.ul they the. dt-ad and of a days t.attlp, ivas by tiio rtVIs Lift nlgl-t, on ll-.c- o! the vrc What Constitutionalists Control Jaurw. Aiirit tUc taklr.g of In all il.e fiel.linf uu foreigner at jTerreon by robels last or icjun-d. control an Ini- Tile taking .of tbe city niarfcs tho wedge-31-.aiyed portion Mex- i i tl o T i'-'l'iiax of. tlie o[ til-! lira, with Uu ixjOVernmeiU and U. S. lllgS; rebellion oust Vlctorbiio Jluc-.ulihc i Amendments Looking to Fed- eral System Jolted by the Opposition BALFOUR IS AGAINST IT Are Combining to Locale the Vessel COUNT DISASTER'S DEAD ''fro'" cas'-e Ciiy or Mexico. U gives the conni- L'Oint resting on Torrcon, i -.1 r p" p r Miles south or here, and I Asqilllh Journey tO tasl hie the top along the American j Triumphal from to a. poi virtual control over R-PSI cf Kas'u I'asj. At i whole northern tier of .Mexican states. Pk-Jras Negrts thero is a I'ederatj list March .Tbe fighting litre began last Friday lvas almost cor.lluuous. Al iirsl aueramcJ adults .he strong 1'eiicra! positions 111 duyllglit. 2arriEon, but U does not noiv CORE tulo a n'.enace to tiic rebels. states now subject to the arms ore Chihuahua. Sonora ADDRESS ELECTORS CENTRAL MEXICO. U Donwcaslle, proTluchl iiollce HA II inapHratc, told ol thn preliminary UlLUlUHlL I Ifl I IU the case aRalnst Krafchento, wliich nmt nrortuceiJ Ihe rant of cqrcraitnient. Cravn object- pti lo'J. D. Suffield, defence counpei, tho Icgalily of Ilic com- Eriltmenl, and (lie Judgu pointed out ibat UIB lesalily could dot affect Ilic present case, tiiocgh U bo" important "In" tlic event o1 babeae corpus Letter to Wife Produced -ML K. AVJWer trarisla'led for- the 5 .letter 'gavo Hell in'-he" seotHo Tylfe "at ;Grahaic.. Ont. it "spolic of IIP. CE; heV, ttssurctl Wr that" lie Maple Leaf and 0. M. Will Start Building, in a. Few Yi'eeks BRIDGE ..COMPANY'ALSO the' Herald) V v SL Joint, X.K.. Aiirri was jcrov.'fnt; tmlay that the Lights Mown vritli all-on Imrd during Ihe b'lizTard off Hitre on Site carried a of 17ft men, anrl j'was hearlly loaded uhl: 1T.OC-0 seal IsUtis, troiiilcs :L -mill itcently cou- Veludcd the (juir of St. ione of Faieiy o[ liic vessel. led rieErnltli TJ-Q-.M Sydney. N. j IS., 'which stated.UML n "but thefe proved costly, so the day-ijiho cort. of most of Coa- iieut in caunonading and tho Positions Tverc lost time and again. Sev- eral nitilit attacks sent ihe Federals yosHions, but a. Durango, snd Shialoa. Objectives of Next Campaign Yf-sterday's victory is said to mate the capture of SaHJlto and Itonctlvio, in CoBhniUt. and Monteriey, ihe Vey to I London, April The rirbatc c-n i Home llule will be resumed in the {House ol Commons oa Monday, The parliamentary representatives f hotU the Daily ciirouiolc stain of Nuevoteon, assured. The federjl foree, according to Vil- ar.d the Daily Telegraph, express the opinioc that lasl night's iC'inylnj; from i at daybreak Ilic colors would he to nb.Vuilon them by the iv.VV( lu strength and su-itracy of the enemy's 'la's report to fleneral ciirranzp. was detatc tatbcl arrestert flit. moTfmenl- irtKlwv fire. or Is oi.t I.- death, wounds or .V1? !o have l-een directed by or ,liBL, at Gome, Palacfo ard saji ttat Jerra.n Terreon. Masal'lan, ihe Federal port S" on Monda! Wll! 1500 Deid: 4000 .in the state cf ainaioa. by the raleaso Losses have not lietu cinipiled. butiof the rebel army at Toreron. is also bad there, renorl- CEtimates his iln n'ircrarioua siaie. tag thc arrlial of Cross, n, -00 Thlls_ eampUgn was diEsiuilcd be.fnre pon, tho TOmldeil_ ,hc loss atjnf Ibe last month. Gcner.il Franeisco gpvcrnmenl, after feveral hourE'. in- aeaj alla or.Od wounded, v.itb an Villa lias iiracllcalty afsnre'd rtisl declared tlie .Sydney rcnort nn ,nkno.vu numbc.r cf prisoner. Villa toulrol of tlie vast territory of tjsft bflieves that thc Federals, whom ins 'northern Elales of and "tain- riant tlie F.oulli the Federal for the rer-utallon of be- fortmost EOldlsr of the coua- The'government liis an i extended starch fnr ine mijslng Tc.e.- lyel anil ibe L'riwa States foIM_ wllosc .oss lie pro'taWy 15 try. Party Division With .Tl10.Heid _ _ _ _' _ 38 Majority Against TDAIM TO [25 MQP TO the Debate gbftd wireless w.ul waE clinr- r tered.Tor and will saM at niltlnlRht. Tlift: rcveuuo d'jfV several hundred miles DEFENSE AND 6f'l Tlic Ont., T.-il'u her 'cargo or-deail. ia blucktii !if tlie April At 12.30 a .rnilcs norlli of here.- ami BE "OF'RETLAW- DolJcft force gavo [orinal evidence of ttm ari'tst and His fEntiins fuoney. fDOPT AMENDMENTS TO coints dcrinltc today tlio Maple I.c-Bf Miliiiig Co. ainl. the On- tario and. Mauftotitf Mining Co. each sliirt buildins operations" (luring .Eacli nlant cost around' a couslriiction bf lhc N'atlottal trans- continental Haihvny hy tbp late gov- ernmrnt- was rejected by a: vote "o; ys. There notbir.i; imus'ial'or cx- in cenr.cction with tl.c division, _.; _ t CHINESE CONSTITUTION t3ollarF- and thc expedatlou j t s M 10 lir.vo thc mills 'ready to HnudlC pscitv of two thousand barrels Tii'esday, and unaVie to .resairi llielr sMp Tlie Hie nnd. ri of H Is fifty-plfihi lives were lost tliiriy men are not account- GETTING OUT TARIFFS Ihc ccllerics aii wilh spretators who" lor. U Is bellied tHal il is ECRKC- to a hours1 Is" possiWe U-at the laitor cout.1 speK-h hy Sir Wilfrid anil survived the Ions exposure. ol just hali that duir.tion hy John's, Nrtcl., .April I'mnier IJouUn, who duscrt idc fie- scaling Intf. HolU raouhctJ cnllmsuLMn lo the 'Ous as highest frow fam- r.c of in ttc 'jn Atilarctiu r x pert i lion, au- Passenger trains, ivill run over the LetUJm'dge-Weyburn 'tine from Stirl- to Foremost as soon the :nid larLIfs be drawn up This is the inforiiiatloii received di- rest from Bunt. Cole-man's office in April conatttntionzl conrentlon, which has been In ECS- aX (he capital since March IS, today adopted .unanimously President dsbt hour day' _________ yuan Shi Kal's ainuatlmenls lo thc confutation of tho Chin- WIDOW OF GREAT PSO' Hepublfc. Tho deJeRMcs to tho IBSEN .DIED TODAY convention hiiva taken up tiia; Clinsliana, Norway, Aprl! ciueition of drafting a uev conatThi- sian of ITenrik lloa, by which the president will be the Norwegian dramnttu given larga dictatorial powers. here today. 1 VV.w A. if i-inv -im n-n n-nr v ____ sictt iflhcv that a tni7 fort Cape luce, i-aiocen, cve-i 11 i.icy .ire itn o.u> COMFDY WITH A MORAI ATTArHFIl dc- and thai tfcr si-alrr Krlc nho was once in two weeks. HP complaine-I IVllil A mUIXnt. ni the course pursued was tr.cie.'lhc o! the C'app Kacc that soriioii of ihe "vnfair to Iu lhc gov-- station in Tuesday's Jnceut to this Cily Repairs Said Hups at-'Cost of Sells Them for aud lhc Siic-.Lf1 .InEL what _ _ _ _.._ year in connection irith (he of Ihe line, coiHaiueU iu a eoiunonnicattoa recoiv- ci hy W.. A. lincbanan froni Sir Thomas Shaughheesy, iircsldent oC Itiie C.P.lt. Mr. Ruciiiuian interview- Ied -Mr. ShaughDesfv a. short llnie wlieti lie learned thai tbe last twenty-' miles or the tine roiija lie completed some liine Voout mtd-. r, and that a decieloa" aboilt further exlensioii wpinu- be marte at that time. -Mr; Shaughnessy; stxted tliat "It was the Intention" U as give svich a pioposal less encourage- ment than did Mr.-Balfour. lie says, a number of opposition mcinbeiK rather distrustful of tlie horn spirit of -4he government, suspecting that thctnin- islers to get- as much pcssihle from their opporients with- out yieldioe anything in rciurn. On. this account, it is suggested, the re- sumption couversilions is arous- ing no enthusiasm. It ought to be noted that ftror.ee. tpposiliou. member- tht Kingston division pi.Surrey, and a .risiog-power'.amon's- ttc L-losed last night's delate, conj- that ihe solution to- which .suine.oi (hpiu. JopkeJ i InEward 'was nothing so I as Federalism, but iiioilcrale scbfinc oi wpith noting ten j fo HoiiiC- llule biU j on second reading have' IjEf n tailed, suggesjiirg'a J-'e'detal solution.. ASQUITH I.KAVliS KOU FlfM London, April AstiuHh received a grc.it ovation when -he. de- parted E'roni --for, -.liis consiltneiicy oi i'asl I-'ifc, Scotland. He Is to deliver a speech to his con- stituents there tomorrow in thc decision of' the Unionists not iu to extend this b racnt might demand, course, for oventiii? purjoses oppose his elcclion- crowds ot Liberal supporters gathered, at- stations along flit line and at every stopping place the Premier received addresses Iwm thc l.ilicral assot-ia- 1iou thp wlfch thft electors cf Fife- will Efr.fi you to Parliament with redtvubitsl Cameron, of would te a riecideil atlUnlage tohav? I'algary, also from. Sun authority" io maintain thft trartitionr br. Stewart. M-P.I1., took lhc mat- Ibranch.'1 tan- -pears to ionic saicly out that a crisis haa arisen there lliro'JEh the' :illeged plot to tisler. Sliore leave of tlie men on tlie'.two and Facelious Buyer Offers to Sell Back One of Them, Now Needed', for Once upon a lime, the cllr of I.cth- gies been a on the people, bridge hail lonj snongh. so They, mre Hupmoblles, ami (200. gallantly lade were used to carry'offlclals of Iho 'Jif- 3loner of Piiblio Utltllle ferent dcpartmcnH to and fro on the i0 niy, Ihc people paying for Hut Ihc, seovlo became tireJ ot f 'HOTEL UOSS.: IS-.. St. Augustine, I-'la., April was s held ny 'f.-stiniatsd today that the property further irtatpTp." lhc unMic iicht." Jjut iu Thursday fire reach j cruisers m the r.ougli hag been Hist picks tin later on, one-third covered Ity owing lo their tymi-atby w: He said that when the pro'f'rt had .The Hcllavcni.frc. oi the sralhig bR only too ylstl to nm Belfast volimteers. lircn upon, Inc government tli's rf'rl lortay ir. more to use his own ___ M liffii inspired by an optimistic-lhc niidst of another slorni __, T f.n1h in lhc ruliirR of the Doniinion. SS hoii's aM 33 c! themrn Tlie trains will earn- rawcagcrc T FTHRRlDliF ARF a roaftdrace which w.uM he juMififtl oi fhc XcttfouwHaud who were rreli.hl in 1 1WUHU l.IUL.Urtl.O rtlXl., by the success t.i this undtrlalciTis if wlichnn) (hr- hliuunl while hunt- nm bc prf.ai bocui to lhc mor fc nnllpoll Of the way LAUNCHING SCHEME FOR LIVE CLUB tl.f Qn.ck as a win1r..Uo unsuspeclins. and ,hl, jllups were sold, for S4.00.lcs, than f, u nj thc 10 tiame thc ws-vna'V lo rend fuithcr foot- the people imld to- have Uicrn doctor- said that Hhile the the disaster. woat.ds.lhe llrliavonttire s ui Ing tho fuel bills, nnd fo tlio connull cJ. Tftey wcro.dellirtsretl to the rcrort contain a small in-. EterytMnr in readine decided 10.3111 nn end lo tho merry ,zen, whn; brine of a trading disposi- thc were sVihslan- for the care Ihc todies a hfte the toolinf'of lhc huzz wasons. jlion', iramc'ilatcljr' wenl oiil sold tially fnri'erl 'rom In cid.-fcilcf'of mrn who liad were ordered repaired, FO Dial, (me of Cie cnrs auto firm for Th: I'mnirr dciolr.d snnic lo'waiw't lifatii Ira I 1'Wn itvcrdy Ilicy. coali .lie and Iho pcoi.lo S175..00, leaving llifi ealJ 'cltlrcn with IILO oi tslimntnl nnd nclual In vrnl liters' rsfd- 1'ild tor tf.D rop.ilrs. lone Hup, coslins; In all rest of li'.c He iniii Ihjil (he Kmc to (hr and driving Tlioy were. advertluM ror nnd I The last .id of- (his comic- liRiirrs tnlmillnl by I.a'iricr irr.-c JC iron-. H v..ia arcamfd tn (akc Ilic tlic JI-'S (or Ihc two ma- tragedy ODCIIS ullli Iho. Commission- far aslray as to justify Ilic asscr- SIT i.cns lo Ilir O.'cnioll Sinco -Mr. Colrrnnn ha? glvrn cvM- once thai Tlic mllv.-av coiniiar.y is ready Ic service when husi- ivarr.inls. it ts tnat tlie people 111 'the diitrlil nffec-cn will create the business. ihiiics. cily council did r.oi care cr at VuWic Works, hearing Hie ftp In chagrin tho people, so bausMily ro-jpeal of the afsiEtant city cr.sinror for Ihc otter, and thc antes reposod -an he having discovered In toe faragc. Ilic need for. auch nn inctiinbnnco Hut a cKIzcn ilerldi'1 Urn other day'lusi as lhc citizen is'as count- thai ho like automobile or tlTfi.OQ. The YillBln and liearinr; tlinl Ilic city had Hie Ijesi of Ihe tr.o irincrilnca, nnd up- Fonie for sale, went liolOIs' no to tho nf ViiWIe, to T.hJige The ('ommlssloner r U a gounle of li.cnra. i -at WoKy-ball >t p.m. T.ethbriilge is to Jiave a I.ihcral Ciub. It will hc( orgaf.iied on Huturrtay when a luncheon he IheM nt noon in Wesley Hall. Hon. Dimc.in Marshall will pres- ent nnrl will address; tnc meeting, and jive some, pointers oii the conduct o! I siith an orsanizaUon. The 'joung Liberals of I.etlibriilsc. very enlhu-siaslic over the pro- ijecl. nnd the eluh promises to he a [strong One of tlie. main i fc.ituKS Kill he the ileaalinj; on which j Ihe club will centre; its efforts fnr. isonie. tinie. Debates will he he-Id, all matters of interest lo Canadirms threshed out. Yptmj! old arc tlnh, and a good v.ay to