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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBKIDGE. AI.RKRTA, MQNDAV. Al'HII. 0, 1911 CENTS NUMBER OS PLENTYOFMOISTURE SEED1NGWEATHER NOW NEEDED Fight Which Closes at Polls in Montreal Today Will Tell Whether Corporation Owns City Body and Soul or Favorite in the Betting Montreal, Que.. April B.-Tte mosl exciting anil holly contested civic election this cily has ever known roRiu-lo an end today when tor a'mayor, a board ot (cur clly controllers, and twenty-six aldermen. FiV.e alaermen were elecKd 't.v acrlamalion'. The' nt.M is bemK t-arrlwl on up lo Iht last minute, and the- city Is hielhins with eicitemnit loday. There me. qualified volr.rs in tiie cily; and indications point lo a record poll. 1'Jrery vcMclc en ILe island is being used (o convey volrra lo rolins slalioas. Tbe mam fight -is ol course, for the mayoralty and the hoard .'b( control. The may- oralty issue is-.belweeii Major Slep jiciis, ri-chairmai oi the Montreal llartor Commissioners, anil Medrrii M.I1, lor SI. Mary's division ul formerly on'alder ihan. Martin stands for i return tlarnoch said PAH5IKHS A LIVE HUNCH "Qnr larmers, are bunch.: ill from Ihis aclio.n great- cheering on-, the minis: lifdmo'nd ithtn sum- med-up his .view UiiC: llie're was rlothing else', to do now tban" proceed with the bill in its present form. NO liLAX OF WAR -'.Several loudiing tlie lues- girlish upper i Under cross-esarninatlon, mvis tnl crisis put- in the House ol Wales, is sairt said his wife was not. posi.lr.-f _as .to .OF WALES puv in me iinu5c o, Wa, is sairt .loday before a.ment rulins trial Ibis iiiorninj Ua-.is was h.cr 3rd, aid he was politise ol bis iidcnllficalicn of Krali-benko Is _'.the who him the deposit. Under hcthtr it was Wednesday ihe slranger' rralttl lh.e The homo sa- ledmond's did nol contain a r of compromise and.went iiraniiriic h- was prince is notoriously i. on. ton-oil- CANADIAN BORROWINGS HEAVY Grand Trunk and Central Canada Aik Thret Mllilon Poundc April'- Tho amount of new capital raised here during the last three months has heen exceeding- ly heavy, yd market Judges flay tb.il on Ing lo Iho available t'.ipply of cash JielriE FO law llils demand has crcal- c'd little Inconvenience. Tlilfi week finds two applications from Canadian railways, namely: tho (Irand Trunk Is ,iik- In- for 'and Ibo Central Hallway o! Canada, which seeks to raise Kinanclal ivrlicra apeak entirely lavoiable of lha (Jrand Trank loan, which" offcra, llicy 'eay, n found lock- up cxceliehl eurliy. leresls, llie ilics, and adddl: "In ir.y judgmenl' dated hind has Increased .by Ihe organiiatioh of rural 000. lies in this part of the.' province is of i There IE a surplus of IT.OuO.OOO.' j great coriCludinE with rcnuesl thai he be. aljowed (0 pro- mote their establishment, denial cipcntc .as. would be to covered by the eslimales al- ready granted..'. t Commissioner Grace, then moved the. following: "Thal'as.Mr. J. S. Den- nis particularlyL -Impressed- on our minds ihe. Inportancool encouraging the formation Municipali- ties, Mr. aiilhoriwl to use his influence and dtrole-sovnc1 ol his lime along this .line.1.1. "The motion was not pul. .Mayor.Hatdle objected that (he Rural Municipalities were, all politics, and that the couccil-dlrl SO ANGRY Because Consul Carothers Sent Word Torreon Papers Cancelled I care.to he mheiii up in.them.1 Acting Cilj- Ives support- that -Uerimond and Ihe govcEntnrnt- were to create an atmosptxre in their favor witl'.oulr any, real eadcavor to achieve practic- al ir Lhnt debate about Federalism hail r.ol advar.crd t'nc set- tlement'ol present question one iola. While they bad been sii.cere the woulil not have heen ifil'.to .hang up Ihc bill unlil a fed- eral solution was' passed, into law. anticipation of his meeting with Ihe president tf 1'rar.tn. rattled him I'or 1'f JoliRECinv fhr. The from McTavisJi slaliou. smug e .sl-atlon HIE train Irom Morris came in On Ihat he -cor.fciscd lo his Oxford n.'ccmtcr 3. firfniits. "In uiy'ankiely I shall pro'.i-: ficorge Hernck was called-to le alily lirgin lovlali- Cfcnnnn willi ol convrrsations he is -allrjea lo have LOCAL LAWYER IS REINSTATED BIG ACTION IS TAKEN with William Diet-.when--Ihe lallcr was in Ihc Provincial-Jail..lle I said thc'f had lold him Iheie -were two mm in the car when he drove it 1'liim Coulee. The'cpult then ail- ournc-il for lunch. WRECK VICTIMS WILL RECOVER Attica, Jnd., ''Aiirll lo- day from Hid tlanl persona seriously Injured j-enlerdaj ahen Mrl ol the Continental Mmj'lcd on tlie Itallroad plunged! tnroneli n t.rldso ov- er. Iho Wabaeh.'liver, Mlllni; three Iralnmon In.furln? forly laid would recover. cd (he Mayor, and alter gpice thought drafted this resolution: "Thai owing Iq the impprlan'ce.to Ihis clly of Itn cpridillons- in ithe surrounding divlilcls, whether orEan ir.ca or not; .Mr! Tracy (o use his .along ol encouraging Ihe mited larni- iir, tn.lusfrv anj uiaiketing laclllties :n the with the benefit to such districts knd tlija Tlii? mnlion was. ncccptM by Mr. flrncr, and il was' .immediately iput. ami carried. LADY TEMPERANCE DEAD ['orllaud. Me.: -Aaril Mrs. 1-11- 1lan 'M.' K. Klcrena, of tbc Xillonul, Chrljtlan Tcnincr- ucc Union, dleJ licrc loday. SALEM BANDIT ARRESTED iJalom, Ohio, April EON, BDUslll- In1. COTUlECllon wllh robbery, of Iho .IJnlnn bank nl Altoona, 7'a., M, wag realE.l loday. lank was robbed of and .cnihlel1 dod a cut- tomer were Washington, D.C., April cancellation by th'e Huprta jover'n- mcnl of Ihc CAcqualur of Amtrlcan Consular Agont Ocorge C.- CarotherB, becnuse he sent lo WaBblr.ilon dla- ralchw saying Iht rebels hs4-'laken Torreon from Ihe Huerla cd to disturb the, stAte departmenl ofr flcIalB lodny. Tbe .gorcrn- ment still denies Torreon hat fallen.- Sir. CarotJiere obtained.Ilia exb-juitur when he wat accredite.1 to cro governmenl, and gtalloned'al Tor- reon. Klnco tbo outbreak of Ihe ranza revolution, he hnfl a rovlm com minion In noriheni Mesleo, and-XIs ciequAtur from Ihc Menlco sov fernmcnl han been of '.title vahfc.'lo him, all his dfallnjs being vrlth-the II l> the Intention ol Ihe AmetUan goverame'nl to, keep Carcltieri General Villa i conatilullo.iallsl leaders, lo 'make Charlet F, Kirrlt has re- Inttated a practicing barrliler iflllcltor within the province ii 'AibVrti. Action lo Ihli taken Supreme Covrl bane at- thli rr.ornTnn, and Mr. Harrii Informed tna Herald on re- celpt-of the Information At noon. Mr. HarrU loit hit gtiwn ftltowinrj' .of malpractice againit him by.the Bar Socltty of Albtrtj. Slntf that lime hit betn uA- 1 appMr before any court In province, Mr.'Hirrii II conildered one bait criminal In the. EXPLOSION KILLS FOUR BRIDGE WORKMEN At IMS it klllcO Mtmpliir, .3 'our Tvorkmen uerc. reported prompt for the utely i indp'liiany Injured In an oijiloilon o .of AmortcuTn and .olher for'eljBers loday In for Ilio and lo look after Inleretts -being conilmclcd across lerallr. ..VhilMiFpl river here. C. Slack, Former Agenl al Cranbiook Issues a Writ for CrMibrook, B.C., April D. Bl.ick, formerly' C.l'K agent :t Wytllffe, 'miles from-iicrr, ias issued' a. writ In Buffalo, again-U [ho Canadian Pacific Hallway Co., for lor fnlao arresL HAT STREETS WILL RIVAL THE GREAT WHITE WAY Medicine Hat, Alla.i April May- or Hrown announces Uiat the council will undertake an elaborato plan of lnA. Ttie council recinlly street vl'ltcd other elites poSnlora. The cily will likely siibslllulo clccl.fieljy for ass Ior lighting. BAKERS FORM AT llai. UNION MEDICINE Alia., 'April .thick Ihat a frierctite to him 'is "ouhd to dissipate all Iheir troubles, rilhout auy assislance Irom them- selves. The lloaril ol Trade is not noceeding along these linfs it re- quires ,1 manifestation on.the Part of any. palient that he is vrillinE to help iinseH to assist in the eradicalion ol his Iro'Jble.' and Ihil iiianifeslatipn being evinced ivc stand ready lo help him lo a sirens and heallhy citizen." Or.e of the first things lhal Ihis committee will-do along the line ni valuable inforiuatiou, will be in connection with tlural Mu- 1 IIUK TO In-speaking'of these soli'-goveminS bodies, ar.d their -influence, lor the loud men'on" the Mr.. said enquiries show me very plainly lhal the main, reasons'for (he; lack of inuiirip'alilies ir. llie soulji -.veie: lack iniormalion lq'. some exienl and apalhy.- The apalhy appeals al onc.c when the information is given anil knowledge ol (tie benefits accruing from the.organ- izalion oi these, inral Is grasprd. Tlie municipalities are dr- signed lo he fortr.nl bv .mutual slrr oi t'r.e elements ol Ihe.conimuni-' tks interested.' Witli tlie aid 'of vlic which can be had lor ihr.asking the exutrl employed.by IhtTro- vlncial jovrininenl, these municipal- ities can be fotuied. Th'ejr'ate -rar- allcls lo city ap-. point their own reeve, their own ol-', ficers. rtin, under, discretionary advice Iron! the goveinmenl olficfals, borrow monies lor Iheir public, pur- poses. They control the' care of Iheir roails, Iheir-hospitals, water. Slip- i plies, and public safely and, t Point tbat miisl .appeal .forcibly to all.ol us who have through districts Infeslcd-'wilh they can control In an cdicfcnl man- HAT Ulnc.k, a martlcd -r about tnlriy- Ivo age.' was In" cbafge of Ihc NVycllffo stallon for ftbout four In tbd summer of anc1 left Iho eevvke: The- IjroUght him back from Iluffalo '.c.st fail charged wllh Iho tliefl of flpO. He waived cxlradl- lloa alid after: being kopt In Jail .a month iiwalllng he wns acqnlU- ed by Judge the company falling to provo Ihelr tort. Rlack'9 Buffalo allorncy, Mr.We'ch. ter, was. In (life city this crlng.'cvldcQCG for-tho ncllon, .ivhcn 1 Thonipsqil and Ihc registrar o( the. cotfrL'w6ri? before a lon; as lo the 'cvldencu given at the trial Vhcn Black was aeiiulttcd nakerE1 Vnlon, with alxtec.n cbtrtcr 1 nrr, In-the c-'ily p.fficient to WR3 formeil the of ibla clly on Saturday night. QUAunUPLt- MURDER ATTRIBUTED INDIANS Oklahoma Clly. ApHl llol- gc, hl3 wife, nephew were all found murderer! on their itinch near thla who have, been trouble- some oT iale. DIDN'T LOSE ANY TIME Ixjndon, April few hours after Ms divorce bad been, jroiiour.cca. ab- solute, Ocorge CorcwalllB Weil'mir; rled Mrs. 1'atrict Cimpbpll, lit- llali actre.'s, my mir.d, {his wcrd problem, because tlisy can gel acllon on the DEMANDED A KU1.I- JIKKTINO Tfic first full meeting of tlie Hoard ql Trade this year will he-hold to- morrow night. The .members have rc-J qutstcd a lull meeting, anil II has Iren set for Tuesday nighl n.1 cis'U o'clocV, "Diard of Trartc anil anyone who Incws llie way In which Ihings are done nl these. meetings, vlllknow lhal business will l_akc up more than a few momenta ol-thc j time.' Any matters lhal are In ron-.t before the mccllng. must.be lo1 Ihe, 1'tesident's lianils-by or It is not likely (hat they frill, be heard o'. lomorrow nijlil. Al this meclfnji Ihe new cointjiltlee J en rural relations .alii' be ;