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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARKETS May 116% May Oltl 63% DALLY WEA 1 Low VOLUME VIII. LETHB1UPGE. ALBERTA. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915 WEST ARE IN PROGRESS WITH NUMBER 100 VITAL BATTLESOF WARIN BOTH EAST AND Railways Rushing Troops to Frontier of the Aus- trian Tyrol MORE PEACE TALK ABOUT AUSTRIA CANADIAN STAFF IIEADQUAKTERS INNORTHERN FRANCE Gsnevar April rolling stock i6 being withdrawn by Italy from the Swlis frontier, it is reported here, for the transportation of troopa and military itorei-in northern Italy, deitlned-for the region bordering on tbe Austrian Tyrol................. PEACE TALK CARDSTON'S PUBLIC SCHOOLJDESTROYED i Burned to the Ground Last Placed at Only Wind Hindered the Firefighters Cardston, Alta., April (Special.) -Cardtton's big public school Is a mais of smouldering ruins today. Fire, which burned the building to the Rome, April question ground, broke out last night at 11.30, Uier an understanding bctwccu Italy and the structure being of frame, the and Austria ;s still" possible, iinil best efforts of the fire brigade were ual way.. The fire was spectacular, owing to the fairly high wind blowing at the time, and only the good work of the volunteer brigade saved the buildings in the Immediate vicinity. The loss is placed at Includ- Ing equipment, while the insurance whether a separate Auslro-Russian peace treaty improbable are discuss- of no avail, f Tne school pupils are having a cd from difTercnd points of view' by tlie press or tlie capital. ITALY'S PECULIAR POSITION The papers agree that the two qucs- erything about the building In the UK. tions are closely related since ir Rus- sia, with the permission of her Al- lies, obtains ivhat she desires and comes to terms with Vienna, it is im- inmfiine .that Austria jlS'buld'Jho e attend- time in the city. was id as saying that hie country l.rj A. E. Humphries is Appointed Wild Lands Assessor for South agencies in the city, resulting in tbe. adoption of the city plan. two policies were taken from the two' te drawn on a gun The and tllaln announcements, above-named firms, the Bowman wm ialve the home of Mr transients know "of the difference, ency J_o_sing and tlie Ripiey Wm Scott_ 1215 Foiirth .Tanue The policies were alloted as follows B.. C. Trust Church. commendnr at 12.45. -while Chief Despatoncr Fisher of tlie C. AUSTRIANS CQLLAP8B. petrograd, April 9, via 2 A. E. Humphries, former iDBpector of boundary line ports in Alberta and 'British Columbia lor the Immigra- tion department of ...the- Chief Sleltwi is about aitk ot "nui- -including dogs without tags, autos without licenses, ehictons with-. out' coops -and.1 people without sense j ffllnlon, who- was "imletin- who continue walk orer. the boule- itely suspended but not dls- vards in' spite of warnings. He will missed, owing to falling ofc gin absolutely BO more warnings, in as Hon. but summons will he sent out to the Roche put it, has'been ap- offender. pointed assessor, of. wild Dog .licenses are two months o'er- lands for the province of Al- --dye. andi as 'there is a great canine bertal Mr. Humphries ise a .town! the police intend I Coutts today on his first trip to. exterminate', those whose owners I in this and the prove them bone Me rcsirirnts I Herald was unablo learn of the. Several I the extent of the district which he will cover.'.- This year will be. the jirst .year wild.lands In Olberta. have been hssessed under the' Wild Lands .Tax Act, and from' lor garden purposes are the assessment 'will rerjuire __j; bulling around town with last: year's--license tag decorat- ing .the sum- warning. Some people who rented boulevards the expiration of their present poli- cies. Routine business occupied the re- mainder of the evening. The resigna- tion of'jUiss McCall as kindergarten teacher ivas accepted by granting her j a year's leave of absence with the promise of a position at the end of j tkaf'time if one is open. I School board finance was skimmed over, the.'b'oard feeling that the mat- leltlinp thousands .-of .ter up io tho city, and if the 6 Southern1 AlberU desired amendment to the charter is numerous trespasses, i deal of work. is an I lands will stand him ii goed stead'-in obtained no farther trouble Tili wold to.therwise is sufficiiBt. excellent man for the. position. Hln I his new 'work. 'suit. .t 12.30 on Saturday afternoon and P- R-, said It would be an excellent p. the Russian. Iqrces senrlces will' he'conducted In Uwto have people get-to -the-depot possession ol all the main .church, commencin, at 12.45. -while an hour early by mistake. .-1 here and slopes of the. Besvid JVIountains., ireeman, JIuLeod ,bout 130 the proceanon will move would be. [eivur trains army officers here assert that Jhe Staftord and Stewart thc-CPR denot and tha remains Mr. J- D- Higinbotham -was pleased Austrjaii .operations in the Calpath- Wilson on'the afternoon train with the ians have collapsed. The .Russian Lethbridge-Ueyburn Co........ -_______ -he said, "and should be particularly general stall is now considering L. Kipley 'ONTARIO LEGISLATURE iwell roceivecl by-all-who-indulge m Dest approach into Hungary.'The q'n-.1 H.-McBeth Agency PROROGUED YESTERDAY sports, as'U offers a long, light ev- .rations centering about W. Leavitt Toronto--Ont -April beiore Mncluding the important, points pt.r Alberta Loan Co................... legislature' was1 -fohnally pror6iied'': AsTtcd what he-thought ol the adop- uartJield, Lupkow and Uzsok appear A communication was teceiied from HenBrie of the scheme, Mr. Marnocli said, virtually to have ended with.tho the provincial superintendent o'f in- xhe session''-was'r'eo'll'y.'completed Vast it! by all'means do is'a tiians-on the defensive along surance with regard to the various week' but too late-tor pror'oka'tion be- good iiropositioniV...........' 'whole line, and perceptibly 'companies licensed to do business. tore Easier C. B. Dowman-dcclaied himsjilt .CHOOSING INVADERS'. ROUTE' was laid on the table. However, I r (in favor of hottest The deep .snow, which' Uhe.board decided that in future all CAN'T." "ASAMA" 'time-'in the day is-around..2. p, Carpathian HnVtHn insurance' will be given to Canadiam Gar- Ayril said. "The moie .work one can get way rapid arivai and British companies, all American Japanese cruiser'Aiaina" wricked 'on 'done before tliat..haur. the'betler. Qncl! tm-s difficulty to be cut off the list at tne: ibwer -Callfornian coast cannot i -Mr. H- A- IVrlglit-tliought tne RUSsians lead -------.-_..-.. _, _ >to.officers .of should he adopted..: "IVc have a good siopcSi ,vnMC signs 's ------time pieces.-hcre. to change ..the the-Sea Hover, wliich it. many time pieces.-hcre. to change ..the gimiing to appear, the. The Sea .todaj.' j time said "but'Uisy all hale obstacle to a further i to be wound Monday morning any-. ihe Artificial beeiu erected.'V-S-K'''; W. J. of I 'country between the San RED the idea and said..that. it. had. been rivers is considered to _ A r.nh curcpRsTtlllv in Nelson. B.O.: Red April F: tiay of AVlllowdale was yes- terday chosen b.v Conservatives to contest Red Deaf riding ag- ainst Dr. MlcHael-Clark: tried out suraessfdlly in .Nelson, B.OV the best route. The Russian staff if Lefchbridso thc.l'iast" "jg ol Lhe-'opinion .that the Germans time suggestion'lrc..a city already have transferred .all available. bylaw. Here's somcihiug. for. thv com- troopfi" from- ptlier points to defend. missior.ers to study when they have this region-and that therefore they; nothini; to 'dp. -ne'Tina adop'tejl fast wm to offer any more Ibrr.- time on April 1.. London, D1idahlc opposition than heretofore.! preparing to speed-.up -on May. 1. j on'Page. ;V- HERBFRT NFVIIIF MirHFNFR'S TDRY R All WAY MAfiNATF NSFfHFOl IF ARTIST 1 iJulxJUJUlV i v LLiLiLj) ij 1 1 IxrVlJj VV 1 1 U? vl J. 1 Ednionton, April OB the mysterious Northern Territorial Michener, on be- I Railway. So complete was Mr. on 'Boyle's humiliation 'ol'i the opposition the leader that .the tender was not hill 'ol...the Conservitive patty -raflfcty policy, laid table House an.offer from En- liaan Kerille to build.and take over 8t Paul Mstis-brsjioh of the C. N, R. lor thouitid a nito. HlokMtt. did tie stuat flourish and wai Joully tuil i R. Boyle Hoiise a word picture ol tho fm- nndal liaading of Me man to whom lys goinj, ol the fiiincia'1 rille. Mr--HaTle' congratulated Mr. who; had __ _. mot explained how-" be .was going to Md tte load- tajhud ovn.Uw'U.N.R. charln.u4 tke Mr. Wiciwer propoaed to hand oter MM nioney of Rofl.'sh bonilnblders, laughed out of tut the Legislatme witnfased the ipectacle 61 Mr. rliinj statin( that tin toumment bad IsVeo tb> oler too Mr. a.briel.raUreace to wttlth ol tbe country thioinh which the: Mw railwa led up to the e.iueKe ______ magnate, Htrbirc Notilk. Mr. Boyle bond moiey, but eonbttas that would conic. U the mtaitime Mr. Boyle had Mr. Nerilie's standing and found tor.t be was to be an esgtpeer (ol the rail- way In question. As'to status in anaocial world Mr. BoyU, amid a tiot of Liberal Uughterandaheui, told ot NnviUe owiij an Edmoatori butcher, a neat bill and offering to pay (or it io NorthBO Territorial Hallway stock. He also made a cool proposal that the butcMr Uiaue a, trip east so that he could raise wind. x Crmgiiig under Uaeral 'Mr. Twcsdie rote in a tirade MacKenzie and Mann and said lots' ot butchers would be glad to have thera fay tbelr in stock. Mr. tbis butchet didn't Cgntiauinj, Mr. Boyle, to the ac- comptjiinifnt of almost cxjutiiuout gave tbe details num- :let of cases pending in the diltrict court against this magnate, all for email' aneiints, one suit being for W lor a dishonored cheque. Aaild Liberal cheers Mr. Micheur rose. U explain that-he had not had time to investigate the bona fide or the com- pany .uc. the hoiotaWt tc-say -that he never House could now decide between "the he did proposal of t'he. opposition and that, not know him as a former engineer of 1'-'- of Red EXPOSE FIXES MICHENER Mr. Jioyle said that he understood' Mr.. uuvTe E nxiiou. was Neville; had been disfiiieied, had sued: tbe evening and opinion wicfree- daxoaecE, 'lost the case, and Red ly expressed thit the Cwieiva'tiTe- city iitf the- costs, .leader had midei serious blunder MlCMENER'S FAUX'PAS and: Mr. Mlchentr admitted that he. knew, campaign against the railway policy Neville, and government was of the government.'. '''L.. tlkln, the UndsrUoo serioutly." IpIJWER KNOWS' This raised a'perfect hurricane of .Otlisr Epeikors'ivete Bacon Hill- Liberal applause, and' the members or KI-.U Dr Calgiuy, -the the. opposition were visibly discom-' latter making a hittfi'attack "on Mac- fitted.- ..lann; All': rufri'r, concluaion .said tbe '.La0ouhef who.guiir. the .Uiindman's Valley, a liisnt railway, would cbit; fourteen thousand a mile. He .souia evidence shout, .the-, new .Tory-. 'hope, producing a cheque- given .bt: Neville for: returned iiue ilr. Puffer's isn' and'a "day brs.two ago i'. the the promised pay' during tfclf .iuMpnVi; He had hopes of getting it. Mr.. nusition snoiild take" up -Dr. Staiilcr; .of pamjibell'. anilUliidsori of were. the oilier ;