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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.KTHHRIDGE. TUESDAY, AI'Kll, V, 1911 CENTS XUMHEK Five Percent Cut Announ- ced by Hon.Mr. White in Budget Speech BUT NO FREE WHEAT Nor Free is Not Ripe for Such a Change- Will Investigate NO IRON BOUNTIES REBELS BUILD GUILLOTINE New Form of Torture In Store for Those Who Oppose Carranza and Villa Juarez, Ilex.. April guillotine lias made Us apSJearamM In Mexico, acd a torm of ex- ecution confronts the enemies of the (.'oustllutiouallits' revolution la the Stale of Kan Luis Near the village of. Conception, Del Oro. Slate or Man I.uls a honic-maile guillotine lian been erected. It was built by rebel mechanics commanded uy General Gutierrez, tvho in in thin city con- ferring with Carranza. BUT HE ALWAYS CAME UP SMILING Milady Suffers By Exclusion ol Aigrettes and Plumes After January 1st Next Ottawa, Ar-ril lo iron and steel iuilusiries in Can- rdi a cut in'one flats of aRticuHur-' al'iiii'liirineiils'aiid'slishl hicrcascs in the duties on building slonc, caustic Mda find brass tlic fnturcs of-latin .cliangra announced Hon. V. T. While, his hudsd t-jicfch yesterday. Tlic "changes, not extensive, [itc exceedingly important as they ultcd two chief Canadian iri- ilustries. Aid to'; tlic steel industry jakcs a variety-ol forms. Tliere is, lirsl nl all, authority givm lor an increase by order-in" coui.cil tit duties heavy structural steel. roils nvhicli arc iiow on (he (roc list will an-iuture hi d'utialile at the rate ol JJ.afi rer ton general and inlermoli- iiie, anJ J2.25 prcfercixf. 'Fhfl-faim- rr some ail vintage, hut m.inuiac- i report of certain niamifaclure oi wire fences, will'lic.' Piitilied to ;l INFIGHI Had a Clear Majority of Over at -Noon-Easy Victory ENGLISH ARE APATHETIC g'1 uji t _ up "fo "lliirty anJ tbirly-five tVr.trOr. imported tubing, used for 'ifransraission of natural gas there is B drawhacV ci Si'-per cent.. OS: HREF, LIST 1 i- FOP. JIA'YOH McJeric. Martin. M. 1'..... iiajor Stephens Martin's Majority-............... HOAIIB OP CONTIMI, Cote 28.13J 37.31-1 Jos.. An-v 1.............'................. Heaudry....................... Jjimcan JIcDoiiaiil A. V; Hoy Tte lirst- four "we're? circled.-' though jihere ;of Ucatidry's election until n re- count is Ynadc. Ai'iioori ikaudry. had 52 majority- There will he It'new the council uut oi a' total ol 31. Montreal, April resiills ot :'i CHINESE GIRL BREAKS NECK Fell Down Cellar Recently Come From China With Bro- thers and Sllters Wstnfr, April MJgokl. tiie sevtti-yar-old daughter of Mali Tal, a loci.1 Chinaman: broke- her neck her." last by falling -i long stairway, and died shortly ailcru-ard. IKn-eased had only lecemiy conic from .China with her mother and brothers and ?isiers. An, hive.nigaliojL was hel'l, ac- cidental deatb beliis Ilio couclu sloa reached. Whole City is an Armed is Drilling NATIONALISTS BUSY Will Not Leave Their Cause in the Hands of the Reg- ular Soldiers ASQUITH IS UNOPPOSED Unionists Definitely Decide Not to Oppose the Premier, in East Fife Slates in Interview. That. Only of Estimates Can be Touched Toronto, Ont., Aunt cable this morning from Londonderry says: "Uerry is an armed cnmp. "Ti.e.icalilv oi I Mei's army; ing demonstrated in nino drill halls. In the spate of "two hours 1 saw three last nifht- In all there was i tl.e same storr oi grimly deiennineM men under stilled instrucliop, a hun1: POSITION OF THE COUNCIL WILL BQR ANNULMENT CASEIN THE WEST ALSO Xalionalisls art drilling as i Weli On Sunday 500 were undtr W- Mayor Hanlie'i fqrjtet hopes in Celtic 1'art, observKi bi- cnriallitig expenditures for the yenr Protestants in L'ltlifdrjll arc dashed uumcrcif'ully to the piano', j "As for the soldiery, miomsts op: trate decided that M ,3I- ;lerc linst of (he current esUmaleE .would .be "thev" 'arid we" i spent until Ihe-'tasM picWc. toother gan_to conic in, nnd .afler lliut-oni..j vHul-.NaUcuslisvs "have no intni'-." iiald into tnc city aids, to (he sime indus- try are provided by Ihc incrense. in ilhe existing drawback on .'imported pig iron used.'in tnc matiufacturc ol sirticles for export; and. hy placing Iharcoal'tor pij; iron pfoil'Ktlan upon Jl.c.frco list, Ihc sa'ine as cote, is at jnesfnh. liituijiincms coal, whc-n ini- porlcd'ior llic purpose oi manufactur- ing cpfce' for MncHers and foundry iwe, will he a ilrawhack of duty, cif 30 per'cent. UIl'I.KSIKMTS There was, perhaps, item on the list with, greater that oi agricultural implements. .The finanieminister ooalt with this fliicslinn at- length. cm- 5; He said most careful inquiry had [he civic clfc-lior.s have conic (Special to The Herald) Calsary. "Alta., April (Iret lime'in the history of the civic- circ-uora w an br Albcrlai.Saslial- unplrasant surprise to a great many people. The poll largest cvrrlchewan ami Manitoba, the Supreme ae for over a ytar into Ions iidmm'stratinii rrei; ma' cost of production oi agricultural iui- r-lc-Tieiits-on jiolli. sides of the line, am! as'a result'of the investigation, il ha3 ricvided to make a cut. in 1-heliluly en bariiattrs, reapers, hir.'ders aiiil rcowfrs from 171 to 131 ]irr cent. Mr. While said.-thai tcdiiclicr, in dmy.nas a t'Aii ai.d a half r-c.r rent, fcrcattr till- than hid been pro- liy tYr- rpcir.ucity part and whrn, the eajojcd on iiiifl steel used In the production o! this implements wa crcd. they would be-ulac'ed upon prac- li-ally a Ifn cent, hasis. The announcement ol the cut in tirv'tura! implements was ieccircri vitli Conservative-cheers, minlsleiijl .supi'cMerR ciilliiig across-to th? Lib erais, "Why don't you nm! Liberals replyinG, "IVicc il all oil.' PHttK Mr- Uhitfl dralf at length ivifh tin recurdsd in city's hisloTy, hut the charge ol .apathy against the Knglish-tpc.iliinj riectots is unhehi toilay. Tlie defeat of JIajot Stephens bv Mcdcric 5lartin, JI.l1., is set (hr bitter icclines stirred np by tl.e appeals to. that hare been made licrin.; (iic.f-ni- The defiat c! ihe rtiorin candidates is a ssrious blow to the Citizens' as- socialicn, bill il signified even more than this. It means thai dnrjnj the livn years, at all evcnls, p re- ar.tlonary clcinenl v.iil he in po'.fer ai. the city hall anil thai a good rlf al of Ihc wuri accoinuliKhf.l by the ons admin'stratinii in the direction of Court been asked to -declare a marriage contract null anil voiS.' lo thu present time, it has always br.e.n necessary for the nnpiicant or., applicants lo have their divorce cases heard before tile Dominion Senate and for this divorce'has be- come known as "thu rich inan's'Vriv.. However, it is possible that ib th'c- fttlure, divorces or Ihc atinulmeiit of n marriayu contract, which -is the same will be granled by the Supreme courts these three provinces.'ns _ writ calliiig Tor the cancellation of such a contract was iieucd in'tHe1 Su- Court here on Tupsctay attcr- tic management oT civic ai- airy be negatived orTcridrrcd oid. There is no iloulil Itwl Maior Step- Tbe writ in tiucslion was- -issued from the office of C. Montruse Wrlsht atirl claims tbat the defendaut.'to the nclion. under the namcE of i-'Mr. Wright will argue at-the trial ihottho Supreme Court fins the right Id annul.any. coutratt and that mar- riage'is- a contract, for which reason the Supreme Conn of any a', the lliree western province? may annul the mar- riage contract. ;.Tiie stntcn-.rnt oi claim winch- was filed oirTucsday. is as follows: 1, K'CS, defen'lant was riiarried to one Charles Victor i.arEon, at the city of Calgary, in the prOTit.ce of AlSerta, under license Xo. .747, bynev. lloberl Penrson. and gave her; name at that time as Fran els >fa'y Junghiut. 'X', 1911. at Red Deer, n of Alberta, ileTendanl vas .married to lusinlif' :Gcorge and gave her narao at time, marriaee as Francis of Kdtnonton. in the province of Ai- .Victor is alive lit the present time, and defend- was hurt lack ol unanimity among the sreaVng seciiun-lul the Tlic ICnglifh vreis Trancis .'if ay Jur.Rbhit and was marrlert TO the on koveinber ii i i i when she lud already married' Char- num. i figlu ami llUtiiKri-lte KBBlislt Vlclor UrEon: Dumber S clinr.ccs The. Knglisl] vote was split he-U St. fJcorge awl for t of cimtrol.. the BY WAY OF EXPLANATION It has been brought to the Herald's rotico that reflection was' .uncon- sc'ously caet on the two superior offi- cers at the. Mountod Police barracks i{ Thu UO.B of the dclachmenl, against.whom lo the great railway develop- conduct w'ns charged. I90S. The cose win form a prccedeiu, anil IJi doubtless wafcheil with cou- lriernlfe ..interest througlioul the West, .as (he besi that could be ob- tained in iric nasi was scpariition alimony granteil ilio wife as n usual rale, at .least .where was brought on rter h'ehalf. EDMONTON VOTERS TURN DOWN BYLAWS ilJinouton, AHa., April loa burKe.sscE-yesterday defeated Ihe city's ivorhitig' capital bylaw for aa ipell as the cemetery by. lav.-. nuMier'CBl iiumberiiin tern -CounUne is not yet completed. "If we let everything so, t .The dangei serious." f1 i ASIJUiTII VSOl'l'OSKD Loniitn, April Ear..... fences around the city, .the hpst 'we-l day flccidcd not contc-s.t KaEl.Fiie coiili'l save TouW lie 'tmder j and Premier Asquith is therefore said "and tlic people a valb-orpr: "The Vremiet stand for tlial." will not rc-vlsii-hte cor.sUtuency but vvjil in csplnfnlim his poaltioir, with the vacaccv Ibrdte I out V al his Berkshire The scjiool eslinntei, amouhting-tn were conlrolleil by .the choul Uoarii: inlerest anil sinking (uiui n amounting to had lo lie paiii: WILL STANDS OVER VERBAL DISPOSITION l.oniion. rrivy ,ci! today.ilismtsseil [lie w-ard I'arrcll vs. tiie N'alijiinl Trust Co., .concerning. Oic will of Dominic Torcnto, particularly nnt has not lieen" divorced from him, KartiHS uift constn.ction of a codocil. Tlieir lordships jooV tlic f.inie .vi' o{ the qneilioti oX.constniction ns ConTt of'Ai-iieals of Ontario, htrtili t'oat dispositions carefully .made hi thr> will are iiot-io be CreiUil as re vokcrt.ljy lansungc usetl whlcn is ambiguous and indefinite. nor lias lie received anv decree of di- vorce from lier. Tlie uialnlilt there- fore: claims: Doclaratioa of this liouoraolc court that the marriage contract between himself defendant of