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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDCE. ALBERT A, MONDAY. APK1L 13. 19 J1 NUMHER 103 Electric Chair Blots Out Lives of Four New York Gunmen Who Expiate the Murder of Rosenthal So Much Business Thai the Slock Yards Will Build Immediately N.'B. PREMIER EMBROILED IN BONUS SCANDAL STRONG MARKET DEMANDS AN OUTLET Sing; Sin; I'li-wi, Ossiniiij, X. V., fn'jr uimnim ciinvkled ui ll.s' sunnier i.i Herman KusCnUuil. die.l in Ihr electric liialr at KinK Sin-; at Ibe bie.ik ul day Kaster Mi i-Jar No u'-e coiiftxi-ed his and no one me-nlioticii The nyuie i'f Charles liair.it police lieutenant, found guilty nl instigating the limr- uJ l.y I'uurt of Ap- "I U'-c dffidcd not lo wait lur (lie C' U1 ic. make its mind aticnt lipYwinj of tlir sliK'Vyai.ts to thc JLlf. and iiiii tow realty lo i-.; nee work on n S'lrrl of :uv own, in tiplif'itli Ihc fair ftru'Jiirts yard, .Tlr'rc is iQi' niiir-h real '.o be J ikr, I.......... peals' tiie four uhodied, Krjr.V. Siidrnsliiitr, ('-Whitey nude Hie oi.ly slatfiiifnl- 1'itti he iiiii mil liaily as-'eit inm-mr. he niuu'.lilcil as lliey liim il: cbair, "I did Lot sliui'l at Iliisrnlhal. 'Ihe who f iliil nas, a perjurer, for Ihe 'd ar.d the current vjiut. 'fi.K U1 wo'JlJ li.ive h't'ii fliuilivcJ il j ;cen fcr the ovcrcrov. riii i; i.cws- er reporters. Their iinii.ljfr'; ne cessitaU-d a :t.i It'll There was no iu-i'lrtti hrouglicjul ll.e i-riiL-imiiiBS. All fd to Ihe cliair, itig knees and thc sickly itrrea pulor oi their (ares thai the re.il Big Influx of American Settlers to the Lethbridge District Says Visit- ing Natural Resources Official William v'i.sUin, I'iitho lie chjplaiu (-1 the [irinui. atuuupaii-1 ml Krauk" tu U.B iluir. With: Lewis r.r.d "'e Hldoil" I was llabli Xev: VorV. Itabbi Main Ki-opMrin, l.ms I spirili-a! ailviber i.i A? UusenU-rj; ol ju'-tirc, t.ci.llrir-.rrj, 1 say I stand, by ''Lefty Thc vitl-fss 1'rlrM and llabiu alike nvmed their ........y did not fi'ilfh thc stnUi.w. drawn faces tic diair ui ilealli, one in lire slock woilil in and The harness, liatl been a.ljnslect acd to control tU'nMlvcs as iro'Ji1.': Letlibriiigc, and 1 canr.ot at- hh ljuily forward in tiiey intoned a prayer. In wait until the middle jl tlie chair, lie had meant lo say that "CentUuien." said liaijhi. (lold- Slar.nish, a waiter arid n witness at stein, as he Ifft cfianilier. iiiordrr trial, had liAj, I'.it death "if yo'.l asV w. whether the Jewish yards, lie is j-irrvenrd. boys u'fis guilty, 1 will say I do not Hciduishnrr was Ihe seeonj man to Innw. did not c.inle.ss to me. "I lo bee Ucr., in.ru t'oi-.td tern (V.naJa this ji'or !h.il v.-ill 'l.yi hlc tl.e H'roril li--t a for.d IIIIHJ- nf 'n lo st-c lljat KH-.i'1-r ir'.p'..-." plated i.li tit Jis ti hereafter." -aid Le. "avl Jinny tr.e ir.in i'U 1he v.i-rk I.TA an1 a- re.i-ly i.iU'jrstc I t'ar.ad.L. Mos'. c-- tl.r.-u saved ll.y'J'-Ml.d .li.lUrs. and I'.ii.ali appeals Vi li.eia 'aittr i'n in the trovic.ii Hi iiijte. wl.o aJe [in iri'M tl.e t'nitfj States aie all jfwd wild e.'.rrizh t., if- Southern Cross NWhere lo be i 170 of a Crew wo DID "BLOODHOUND" SEE WRECKAGE? ll.o fity vosli-titjv, Tracy, il v.is nisl visit to this city ami ilisliU. and l.o nivonxl all the (l.o fust nl, lunn, lisitcil (lie mines. iKe't-ity utiLJIit'.-i ariJ We on i.'j live nr.uprtl'i. i v.v are to v.ilh uii CaLaiia and ci.il tu have tlii' u.et v.iih cr a'udeM'.jIe in j HI. .loan's Nilii.. April H. The list J ;iitet rruisini over an orfaa .nil-thins like ,..MM lhc iroia Uif orpaniMlinn PREMIER J. K. F1EMING .'.Inyor Hatch has decided own lo lo work, and doe ivrc 10 dally any longer. U is inl-nticn to h'Jili! yards abou: and letweea the the siiJe track. Tlrtrr me a'i oi ciiales installed, ar.d p.irks, ard cailpd en Mayor Hardie. O'jr I-'AKMIXC IIISTHIt'T nimh, as ti.ere arc now rnougU "Tliis is finest inise.l farrnini; crieaas h''re tu write l.art to ti.fir localil-.- I have ever seen." was Ihe. friends and tell them uf tr.e ailfant- way he deseriira 11.- Oistrict." ft oRered lere i dM nnl realise die. ''IMgo h'rank" {l.'rabk Circor.ci) 11111 came first. "liyp ll.c lilooJ" (Harry and IJnrowili) was tiiird, yi.d "I.efly ra'Iy (Lriit's Kusenbergl last. In forty minulrs all lour wrre de-spalch- thal 'is [.Krsfaty to enah'.c Uiu t________________-_________ (i- iv afield is sorl of I'lovlsion I tut fnnfnuaimt nf slock ar.-ait- i nunllnlTl shipment. J'r. llalch is very mcch iKipiessed will] Ihe'advantages oflcr- td the Spolvarie and Portland mar- kets, end says thai some iht for live is prac- tically ilcmandeil, as Ihe increase in thc raisin? oi sloeV lias far cvwcitfil the supply of fatilitiri. Mr. Hitch J expects to be doing a nishinr. liiisi-' i.ess by' lhc end oi Ihis week. The applifd to the- new cor.cern will Ic "Tho Yards, l.eihliridze." As for the Italian, 1 do nut do tiof tribk any of them .should' l.eei; convicted on the teslinioay frred." Wooihtcci, S. April 13.-A K'J- L'ourl writ betn issued _. arainsi .lan-.ts K. I'reiniei .remarkable oppotltnities t., oHer. thai ll.e l.etlilirnise Uistrtvl of N't'w nrur.swick, h) W. II. Hetry aoricullur.il lir.es, and the cily sueli ;viunlerful aciicullural >i. ji commanding nosilitin as a Icra-; ilirs, and 1 will set- io it tttat _..... f ____-...-.. f.lr, I.-JiOM C'AN'AI. 7-ON'K PALL- MALL GAZETTE TAKES GOVERNMENT TO DESTROY CONFIDENCE P. TRACY OF I.ETHDRIDQE IS A MEMBER OF THE EX- ECUTIVE. LATTER GROW MORE EXACTING AS NUMBER OF IDLE MEN MILLER, CALGARY, PRES, Medicine Hal. Aim.1. April industry and Pnbllr.ity Association of A'iberu was forr.lfcil here this after- noon hv Iho Publicity of Calgary, rcdmonlon, l.eihbrldse and .Medicine llat. Andrew Miller, Industrial eoinmis- -ioot-r of C'alijary. Is presldenl; T..T. o'. Cal- ;aiy. secrciiTrVirciieurer: H. Wl- i, 'secretary of the Jlc-dlcino' Hal ?rrd of .Trade, and O. W. Hall, pub Kdgar-K. Teed, on helnili ni'l'im- ?i c lierinen. for Hie recovery i.l fl.830 and trosls in' with the al- leicd payinent-of munc-y by tlie Lynch cslate'in thc matter or' timber bonus charges inade on the Ihmr of the New nrunsvicV Lcgisbiurr a few days as.o. 'Ihis action is taken by K. U. ('arvel.l, K.C., JI.I'.. who is solicitor for the-LvLCh company. 11 is an-, r.ou.-.eed 4Iut Ihe hasis of this suit is information :in the possession of Mr. C'arvell lo thc cficM- tbat Ihe Lynch company, v-jthout the knowledge and conseai oi a'sunicien: number of its directors, is alleeie-I to have paid over ainonnliuc; to a square slio r.re.i I'.i'O u.iles, nuricg ten dais, rflnrnfd lo poll at eiclit fi'clov'k nidit to lake hiinl.er coal, ami sailed tliis furcnooa to re. suri'.e its search over the place wbero .IKUtfd wrcclaje. In niarir.e circlej 1 duubt is cxpiCEHd lo wreokaKe lie- ing that o! Cross" .iinl thiii givt.1) rise to fear ut another dis- aster. The ships still oui on Iror.t 1he Island are "Sajona" and all ailianlasei Western Cai.aila home, on a scale in the Vnitetl work of about 2000 agents all ove states ai.J the Canal i the 1'iulcd States. f the business. C6I'11CC- WORK IN MINES IS SLACK "There will be no room In Southern Alberta tills year for any but ejpor-- Albcrla tills year (or any but cspcr- n ri iencei farm EaM J. liarria.'l rv, W local cmployjnent agent today, iiij sjic-alcing ot the present zni rros- j oective labor conditions. .Mr. Harris J Is sending out average o' ttn.meu.j n day to ths faruip in tne j r most of Ihoso who no exuVrfenee 't'ES5 THAN'OARLOAD LOTS-WILL were sent back. There will be no dif- 1 HANDLED ON DAYS gets Ijir iair share oi the emisranls." i ol v.'hich have hern leporleil since tlio Mr. Thornton wgs very favorably gals eteepl thc "Kile" and "t'o- I u'ith the up-to-date -appear- the smallest fchips out. are preparin.; to advertise the' r.nee of the city. His headquarters are I "Kogota" is a liehtly cos- a( and he superintends thc u'on thip. The "Kile" is an j old w-oodtn vessel. The "Kite" will l report from lhc scene of the wrecV- ;ago tomorrow afternoon and it is llnped will clear up the mystery oi the. ''Kouttcrn Cross" diEappeatar.ee. Minister oi Marine IMccotl, who was en lhc "Kyle" believes that if the wrcciaie seen by the '-lilcoa- liound" is fiom the "Southern Cross" tlic "Kyle" should have come upon il during their srarch as thty pass- GLAD THAT PRESIDENT WILSON WILL MAKE HUERTA SAL. UTE THE STARS AND STRIPES o-l over I he area where it should SMILES HIS'APPROVAL IS A VERY GOOD WORKER drill early last week and three or our lin-.os sir.ce. It lay in their track o ar.d from the Virgin Hocks bui ot a tiling was seen. cd men, 'as nearns Mr. Harria, can tell (Special lo .Hie D. C., April W.-John! Medicine flat, April IS.-CaTlsladt Lind, president Wilson's personal rep- fire Insurana1, fin tlie did nil rcltefi the th'jiijihl of any tro'jljle Ilifn year, A. Ir. Staf- ford, IlngEi MacUcth and rls ivcrc thn ones npiiointcd hy Fo'utiuii. and llic.ronnpll will net their recommendations. O.whig lo Hie tbc Mayor lhc -Tor thc tliolr meeting tinlil Jits return. An amendment to hylawSil, wliftfj tho lEfiithp of Ihn rpr-M.l linnrin (or local Irijitovcjncnt rfceived frotn Olnrhc fc Swatey, Ihroe signed liy thc Mftj-or and Cily Clerk. Thc'amend- ment provided for (he of the fa P.S. whlcli were sold to W. A. nzie k Co., in dcnoininntlona of tldiiO, Jnflead o! In The agreement bttnecn thc city ami (ho C.T'.K, Iti regard to tNft lay- in; nf two Irftcfcs instead of four, across tlie aiihsvAy, -was inspected hy Lht city EoTlcEior nrul by tlie Mn.vor, Tho grading 'for llib 'four tracVa will be 111 this 'way tho city wHI le saved some In thc. cosl of ns it would !io liv- es sary to inovo Hie ilitl greater dlstanic .if tlie grail dig were done for only two tracks. This Is In aildl tlon lo tho that will fan saved on the cost of the olhtr two tracks. A Ictlc-r signed "SRilcnoa and thought by the commissioners "to he jtracticaUy. an anonymous' com tnimlcalion, ftcnUng the nooes for fjjFpeclion of x-''S hist: tlonn, was witii hy fiolullon thftt Iho company bu. Inforn cd ti at a pas was'heing con sldcrcd.. A resolution thai Mcenep Inspector r-'orbea be IraiisIyrreH lo the joHce department, wound up the husintis; >DJ 11 TO CANADIAN ORANGEMEN CAB r! EJMlfii s'.nr.i hero from lodav, whioli Tvould sliou- "no in- jiiHiicc Imil bctn done Iho executions." Ho know noth- ing of thc natutc ot the Etatc- tuents. ho did, tat tho magistrate did nol know whether chickens were animals lor not. The case was adjourned KJUXir-nf rMr, until Krirtar in order to for OFFER MINERS END Inarch. The is an inlcrestinK oiiO. aud the decision will cither cisllate an amending of tho bylaw id E precedent that will guide in future, cases. STRIKE BY BIG VOTE or J Hancock, Mich., April copper mine workers, wlio have bun on strike since July'23, vot- ed to call off the strike, accord- ing lo an announcement made to- day by Charles E. Hlelela. dis- trict sicrelary of the Western Federation of Miners.. The l.g- ures will not be giv'sn out until afier a meeting of the district board this evening. The majority for calling off the strike was 1012- BECKER'S SECOND TRIAL MAY START MAY 1 York, N.Y., April second Irlal of Charles S. Becker, former police lieutenant, found guilty of uvjrilcv -wM tbc four gunmcii cv eculed ivlll tcgin on May 4, 1T Ihe District Attorney has his way. H a bahl at tho District Attorney's office today that Mr. Whitman will appear before a Supreme Court jus- tire on ar.d move tj aot Ihe trial for thai date. All the City Churches Crowded For Impressive Sermons and Easter- Excellent Music almtl firm." This -wfts tho incssagn of Sir Kil- Cflrfon to Tie people of. Canada received by ine Orsnge Sfintlncl rct'tully from the leader o! tho Ulster forces. H came In answer to a Mint1 sent to Sir Wwanl on Monday wh.'ch roart: ''Canadian Orangemen believe Have KCEWSC in HIP si.lcnrto.- of a per- feel 1911 into tlic tiook lAiloiy as cup ot Ir.o lirlghl- yrt t-irncd, mitl UuprlLtcil ihitnin a rccort for clinrcli .itlcmlancc. Whtliicr irn-as ot tlic! rtp.y ilsi-lf, cr (he sfgniflcanco ot thn rcsurrealon thnt caused FO jr.auy fo flMk I" .licar Iho Kastcr cvc-v 'rburcli in Mm city mnrkcd'a congrcialloii