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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VH. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA; TIIL'KSDAY, APU1L 9, Nl'MHEK 101 PEN.F Econofny Council Cuts Off ihe Ntedful'and He Has EXCENT WORK Men Who Broke Jail Assaulting Guard Geo'ghegan Get Heavy Sentences SENT TO EDMONTON Macleod, Alia-, April Tree iolnie Dlckson, quondam lawyer; cler ut the. district court, and councillor slatting In the. .role ol Kobcspierre, Sl.icleud is at present in the throes ui a revolution ot economy the re- sults of which will' be the guillotin- ing ot a gcoJ rhahy members o! the oily start ami tbc paring'ul the salar- ies ol the remainder ot those sufficl- urUly fortunate to escape tut Ini'e. At last night's, session ot the town tour.cil, Wckson's bylaw retiring all salaried officials ot the iown Was In- troduced and 35 a preliminary to tho work o! execution that will be com- menced at the next.meeting, a reso- lution was put through cutting ofi all frails-to Ifce Hoard of Trade, wlrfch nclion or, thtS part of Hie- city fathers fcitcssLlitts the dispensing'with UK ter.ices oi '-Industrial. Commissioner Uofjatt. 'in'.endotsatkm of the .resolution the annual meeting of tr.t Hoard pt Trade when the policy of Commissioner Moffatt was upheld and c-decision continue the "work- iif the-Commissioner through- the.'year, a'committee consisting iif A. ll'. -Allen, president of the Trade; A. 1'erguson and H. Ikule, waited on the coun- i-il ia'si night, and for funds sul- 'ficient to 'carry 'on the work for least ac'otfcer .three months when the llnancial outlook might be uore hope- ful.'Tailing the view, however, tha 'conditions at present did' cot war rani.any .lurlhfV ..ca-pcrtililute. toun'cjllnrs; agreed to grant, sunicien fur.ds pnly.tp c.oi.tinue the work ujiti on.motion.. o Messrs.I-'awCrH- iud Swinarlou, hot nf whorn. wEte selected: with .Dickso in an.efobwuy plalfarnv.it-was cie the'-Board ot Trade wor xiutVits' own ucassistfd b Council; J.-V'J.i r year :ot'official booster fo we! fcnown 'Ontario: Micceedcd :'in treiiriaB 'for ilacl.ro .more publicity., than it over had b fore'in ils history besides inler'estit several good industrial concerns tha .were only pcr-.vfnted from locating b Ihe hard: time.1! .so prevalent the pa year throughout the.. West; :K strongly against lit 'wishes of t members of Trade Hi .1he post of-publicity cornniissloner being abolished; .and.'.in acquaint 165 Sir. "Moffatt bl'tiie'-decision oi the council the board executive drew up.a letter o! regret in '.which they'glow- ingly-comniended work that he las done'for '.Macleod during the past year, was a matter ol that he.would have )aiided some" industries it" conditions in-the .world had not. been Ho.gloomjv hi cnn'nKtioV with Mr. .Mortals carter in Macltod it is interesting to >i itc that his. ..hooslins capabilities were such as. to .allratt the al-toi- of National Trav- el Association oi. Montreal to such extent that tbey placed Win their advisory hoard as the sole rep- TfeEnlatlve ol Ajter'ta. -Mr. .MotUtt .is uty Deliberated Only a Feu Minules in Arriving at the Verdict KRAF TO TALK AT FOUR EASTER BRINGS SCHOOL HOLIDAYS; HERE is A BOY'S SMILE Under heavy guard, clad lu stripes. their'heads shaved, am Ehackled by the ankles-with heav: rons, II. O. JJod.tje, James Mcl.ea and J. U. Hannah, llio three despei adoes who cul their cell bars with crude hack saw, aud made u vleiou attack upon Nlglit Guard John dec ghegrul last Friday appeared b lore I'olice Magistrate Elton tli' morning for sentence on Jail u.reaV'I'ii: and assault. All pleaded gnilly to' (he jail break. Ing charge; aud were foyud guiUy on tlio assault charge. i McLean, aged 23, who was serving two-year sentence Imposed by Sifts- .rate Klton last December for caking inlo the Roae atoro on Third enue, was sentenced fo four years Jiard labor oir both the rm lo bo served in tho penitentiary Edmonton, and to run concurrently ith his unex'pircd term. Dodge, aged 31, who was considered y lhe Jail authorities to he Iho ring- nder. was sentenced'to three years t hard labor in the penitentiary 'on Mordcn, April (Bulle- jury found Krafchenko guilty of murder. Krjfchcnko having been found guilty, Chief Justice Mathers hit no option but to Impose the tleath sentence, and it is expected that will do thtt tthcn the court re- sumes at 4 o'clock. Krarchenko has announced his Intention of making a statement to the court at that hour. Case Today Twentieth day of trial. Croan Proseculor ended address to j'jry, stnrted Tuesday aftcrnooii, at 10.15 this morning. Chief Jusllce -Mathers charged 'the. jury, starting at 10.20 a.m. Ho rat' ic did not think a manslaughter ver diet pennlssable. Cast went to Ihc jury at 11.00 a.m. HISTORY OF CASE Plum Coulee Hank of Montreal held robbed, and Manager II. M. Ar- nold murdered, on December 2. 131-1- NW Rates on Coal Culmina- Mayor Hardie Recieves LeilerjMay 8ih Will See Men lion of Fighl Started There Four Years WANT RATES START JULY Telling That the Scheme Works There at Park on lhe Business End of a Shovel SAVES A YEARlBIG CLEAN-UP PLANNED i (Special lu the i Taber, April u-al upc-u-j tors ats jubilant today. j Tliry lull- aiia a suilei! i (here over four )rars 'fhf Win- nipeg market is now ir.ciu. 'i'i.ey sec usions uf douijle iiiiues working twelve mcnths ui tiie yejr, and consequrntly larger mir.es. Vuur corrcspu.-'.drnt hai> it frota a iiuuLer o: men interested in mhiir.g properties Vitre tlial tl.ey will great- ly impiovc and eitend their plants ii lie new market cper.ed up by the freight rales' derision v.or.s nut as they believe it will. New mines willj j litcly be opened also. The fiiOil slarled iuur years- aRo lu order lu flinl out from aulliw-i Mark i a'-etidar v.ith a great- italivo ]IIM bow tko of! lij'circle arufiul Kri-Jay, Mar liMiidun has sumeiled with its syt- and sliii.c jpailcs, ln.rs u ni of oiie-mHn such as were U'.kes. Miegcsioil I Tic j your huRi'r, here. .Mavor llar.lic wrote lo Mayor; your watch in your oilier piK.et lluplii-s o( that illy. Ills reply 0" )'onr cufi.-ilu aiiytlnng ti. mciveJ this moroiuK. ar.il it niati- .ourftll Ibat May for itself. Is liraurton loslni; hun- "'f ls ,RO'r'B, dollars a dav.' The Idler the UeJ I.ctter Day for I.ell. "Ills Worship Mayor W. I.. "jtilf ;his regular [ibcc of business. 1 ICveivctLD is to :nuVc (o I cave your jnguirr re for The M street rar oiKTailon. In would f.race I'.eid, say that the City or Uranto put this (J. of ,hf prcsidfllt syi'tcin Inlo operation sometime tradf> lht. masis-' Worship Hardie- i. ttorshni: the Tabcr coal operators took Kcbniary, and find it. very satlsfact- doctors, lav.'- tht matter up with (he Hoard oi ory. We did away with ;Ue high-pric- lcrs ami other Trade. The Hoard o! Traiic cd superinlendent, and took lhe car. (0 number o! 1000. BY'LOCAC AGENTS SHOW -GOOD TIMES' of asked ach charge, the sectences lo run oucurrently with his unesplreil term, e being sentenced; to two years from dmonlon last December on-a'Ihelt barge. Hanna'.i, aged 24. who 'was sentenc- d to ono year from Kdmonton IftBt nly ror'while slavery, was glven'juB- ice In the form of two yeaix at lianl abor in the Kdmonl6n penitentiary, he, terms to run concurrently with unespired term. Dandit escaped William Dyck.- who t ed to do so at cud of. revolver. Tali to tl auto dealers oi city and this'.will not'comment very unfavorably -.ibout times, the to Hie Manitoba market end did so. Then two years ago the matter the was presented at I-MMiMiton, Charles con'riiissiorirr, taking it bain sunerinteiident and put aim in' m (o migrate to tbe park Wo dismissed all the con- (o jn oriC rrai jay's work for the and have tho -ruotormau f.o o! lhe citv. WANTS ItlOO flTlXr.NS May Stb will r.ot only lie A'riinr. ay 'in l.clhbrirlge, bu! it will charge dnciora the work tliat was iireilouFl> by Hie two.. "The cars were built with doors en by auto, driven by jno'nej. .stringency or the In (act matters lorccf-Jlly sircscnted by I Eir-iplo for us to I o says he Was fore- Vill .'j-.l ikelj-'to say that- busi- jj. K. Cowan, counsel tor -the prov- operation. result .that it was or.n j ah four corners, therefore il was Hrautiiyir.g Day as well. o have, .the s.'stem.iiul idea is nil Vred D he I to do so at cud of. revolver. Jncss'is Bc'-nsMng, Iheif'tales go ir.ccs. Car stoss at Osbome, thirty mile? [j rj. ti. In operation. Wo slop on'the Downer says he neras MOO men.' side of the street.. The' passenger means lhal he will gel them. Geoff of the Hoard of'Tradc, l enters Ui at a: single door.'ahd ivhen [j6 the. arrangempnts for Kratchcnko arrested on Dscernbcr 10, In liouse on College aveniie, ni Co., F. A...i4toilie, oi the 1'io- rmlcr Ihc new r.i'.cs. U I.uniuer Co., .T. man- all'. operators nipes, where lie posed as college pro1 ager of the Bank- .oi Commerce at endorse Taoer's action. believed Alberta This means tbat the unexpir'ed terms be covered by .the fcssor. Ho professed innocence. j Monarch; WestbrodV llrps., D'-, Bscaped from Central City; Arthur liarnsley, i MILITANT'S (lion, Wlnnlneg, on Januarv 16, aided Home (two nnces imposed today.' McLean -will, alul abetled by Constable Ilcid. Tercy i Wm. Injrarn, J. llpultoli, ie a freo rr.sn again on'Aprii j Dodgo will be set free pn'Auril 0, and llannaii'-will be rdeassd on April ;j roea'appMteri; verjvcrestfallen Guard'-OeogHegan, who upon-by i.ne three'men, testi- fied aiainsf IdentlfleiJ them as tbe men who hail he'alon him. Guard Le'lgliibni'-whq arrived.on the just in lime to.save tbc situa- tion, and Chief Guard'.Gr'.aliam, who cornered Ihc mon'ln' tile, dark cell'af- ter the attack, also 'gave evidence hich was very- direct and conclu- sive. The men -had cruelly hit Gcoghesan over the head with piecc-s Iron bars which lev bad taken from .telr alls', anil' afterward hidden In; the ark cell. Graham them o hold' up their hands, aiid Hannah ad replied, "Wo .surrender" They then inarched out of the cell with heir hands in .the air, Hannah car- ying an IS-lnch piece of .the ars aloft over his head. .In addition o the bars six o'f which were remov- were armed with a'nomc-made con CARRIE NATION TACTiCS 'Tbe citizens were'xery much'ag- lo carry water, minutely plati- alnst establishing this system anil ned. crillcized the Council strongly, ifjoJIMISSIOSEH GHACE IS THE lhe Ee that Mac- leod predecessor, John former editor ol Ibe of. Caaidi having oc- i.tipied 'tho unsta'ile for hut i in- months 1912., FREIGHT. PEC.IsiON -.AFFECTS PRICE OF RAILWAY BONO'S ON MARKET: 'Londojii ,.Airll Block Btcharito today been rte t' by tho findings of the but today it is mncK other" are Kavinr about :.jear by the cbange. DOSS Kvcry. in lhe city is'inTilcd to report the. entrance'- lo.. Urndcuori air Ev-bcdules. ]'ark4 prpniplly.al'nine.vo'clocV. .a .the .operairnE: (irate' will be t'hjre to; -receive the There is no'diniiuutioirot-piltrontge..'aiuiy ol.workers; anil to.direcl- tbein 'Mnyoi-'of iirhnilon.'1 DOCTORS ON A KING TO PUT HIS STOMACH RIGHT slsllns of a sock In which'had been riliced a heavy stone the Bizo of a nun's fiat. They this ouGcogbe- an managing to raise thrco largo on his hold.-whicV.. wltti Uio two slices inflicted with life iron bars, nearly caused bis coniplelp knockout. The hat that Mr.- Ocoghecan was wearine at tho; ttae, showed two large holes, Ihe.'force of lhe alrong enough lo go thtorkl- the material. The ihree men took their sentences Calmly, and bad nolhlng to say why aentmco should not' be passed upon them. The. mystery of where they obtain cd tho fiwa 11 is thought 'that Ihoy were s.mugstcd lo the men by other prisoners from-the sops or that they ob'talneil lliem them aelvcf. the reduction if Vwlern'freljht rates. rirlllo ofrmed .well above prices at hut SOOT liad a. aMtr lumblo to ZOJ'l. though tity. ar6 nov raltier above this Ortai Trunks arc par- ticulirly .w prefcrwce. the MANITOBA ELECTIONS SOOM Premier 'Roilln Rtturna From South and Will Make An- Shartly Maa., Ajjrll 1're- rnler.Sir.Hoatitoid Roblln return- ed thin morning .from Iho aoulh In lieallh, nnd spent tho motnlrii al hla office- In the Par- liament biilMUitV. In uolllkal cir- cles. 11 it believed that the an- jiouncemsnt o< Oie .date of the Im- proyincial elections may lip marlp 'thorlly. Power Rales Reduced on Olf- peak But Flat Rates Are Increased MAYQR'LAVALLEE WAS -HANDED KEYS ITO CONFORM WITH LAW t I.-Day .loads en the r-owcr and light plant could ho Increased kilo- watts without nny-increase In the- cost, "-.of operation at the plant. -'.Commissioner Held has seen this possibility of increasing the revenue of his' (leparlnicut for BOrno timo, and lias been-occupied for many weeks in drafting an entirely schedule of 'rales, with a view of maklr.K Ihc I plant .dcrolou its maximum day locd. ..'To this end tho rates on the off-peak -'ycliodule are lowered to a consider- able' extent. The division between jiKit and off-nsak loads is nia.lu :'io enconrnge the use of power 'dur- lug the day, when the plant Is on the off peak, or too-, slase of production, the day load Is increased to I'ublic L'tilitles :tbp Reference 'oi.Vrie one-man Trees' .be (ilatLtcd, boulevards.. operated bystem was inad'e'to film by [levelled ofi, weeds the union, but lie decided there was hilaccd .on the leach for no nee.l of his so' the real- 1 awl lathers, and the spades ir.il shov'i tcr