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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOI.UMB VII. LETIIIiRlDGK. Al.BEKTA. TUKSDAY, AI'ItIL 11, 1911 XWIHEU lot Trapped in'a Five Storey Building Unable to Escape JUMPED 5 STOREYS Heroism of Miss Boyd, Next Door Neighbor, Saved Many Lives SOME NARROW ESCAPES THE DEAD Mr. niitl Mrs. .1. Kayisond Power aul their Itt'o year old lia'jv boy. Mrs. Aliie Hliac-foid. Mis. Will: fi. YounR ivoinan about II years old, 3lrs. 1'owfrs' maid. TI1K MISBlXCi Mis. Hfliarrrll, Mrs. lifrais' Miss Kflren Tlit unldeniilieJ body be one o! them. llo-iion. April Seven lives une losl in a fire which ll.e Melvin, a 'llvr-slorei tirick al Comtnonttfahh sxeniie avenue, in the Als- K.n' district, early loday. It learc.l that one othar oeeupant of the EDUCATOR CREATED SCENE WHEN HE MADE POLICE DESIST IN THEIR PURPOSE IS BIGAMIST Ilraadon, April ary Mrac was Ki the police station this nicriiicg just Wore let bituns c-i the police lo-jit. A -all! woman, wl.o was i in-. luHiminary on a charge ,of bicaniv, ivas teins forcibly photo- jgMpl'.itl, -.vLeii tlic It. M. MatliCiun, arrived the sffiir. Mr. MaU.c.scn tvprfcsEfd ir.dijznMion at lie acliun ol ih? ptj REGULARS MUT1NV AND SAID TO BE LEAGUED WHITE WOLF Four Hundred Present at JAPANESEJ1AY_G1VE Morning Session and More Coming OR. SWrf SIDING JI.-A u-io- in Southern China, atconliiig j desjv.tch from Tl.c at Sijii Ku, capital oi Sin-n-Si I'roviiiif. arc wj.l to luie mutinied :nul arc believed to be in league whh the iiuionuus liri- "While Wolf." rcLcllir-n, hov.-evcr, centers at uht'ie there is a of ainonti the population iev- ilrsisting. Tl.t unfortunate in; (1.c church this morning, (rish cuileinciil uinGug oilicial' this had no record OI a crlm- j -The nunihri at It.c morning session, cksifs. inat hisVori, and had not even plead- however, dots ini-liHe all who will of trouble arc reported i ed ua the charge for she was le durjr.s convention, Mr ,-ron, Canton and Wii ChanR. Six With nearly Iiwr Lii'idrrd fcachtrs (row nil p.irts u: province in at- the Kilch .M.uual Kciucation- lice, and at cars insisted upon their al cJwivmtloa of .Mberia opened in (err, tridge school'board, ol tr.o li doin7_towardi Education" adjourned till this Refuses to Apologize for Arrest of U. S. tion Tense Today sterial Association, acd the Hon. J. li. Bbilc, Provincial-Minister of Education, subsequent addresa vas tht feature of the morning's pro- ceed The program was protedetl. by an invocation by Cobbledick o' Wts- ley church, 'and this was followed by It'e inspiriting sinjiog of "0 Can- tikeii up' with eaUitisiasm by all _________ IhcsB prfSMt, delegates were in evidence, and gave, a touch i Toronto, Ont., April af- of color lo thfl-big assembly. Youth fernoon the Itjlslnture resumed after to preJoaiina'.e the Thev are said to the Japanese. on aid from Dr. Nyblett, Macleod M. H. 0., Hung Yellow Sign on the Post Office AND PEOPLE SWORE Prof. J. W. ROBERTSON Who will address lr. (ions arc tmiler way for the Drills, Langdon. modation o' six delegates to tho convention of tho Brotherhood mirjil Mnyn should. he. drily siislaited of Knginsera and Fire- .-.njt, _ IMI r. in his originst demand, with a pos- men. lo be heU here early In Angti.l.. MARAUDING WOLF sibie allowance of sufncicnt timo'lor. HraorvMlonj; fcr nevrnteen hundraii the Jletican oRic'lals 'th fairly' con-: o' visitors have reado. at the; sidv the proposition. This .slow neit C.i'.R. Hotel Felliaer. also hy some members of the when thn subject was laid SHOT AT IROOKS BEFORE HUERTA SALUTE3 ento. raen parents to- .loislhcn (ho AMERICAN FLAG THEBE o: thc cb" WILL BE INVESTIGATION Washinston, D.C., April -HEM'S ther Investigation will he nude into was convinced (hal a. ll'iih the nrreat of'Anierican marines at Echocl rrloration added greatly Tampico, before the-Washington sov- rLriciity of the student in alter I'M ernmcnt, before tbat department matter what occupalion he may takes further action on a demand for he engaged in. The training funded a salute of the American flag. lei malc a much .more.' successful far; nirr, merchant, or mechanic'that the OENTENC.O Galcsbiirg. Ill, April TMSonaMe anm-jiil of vocational etlu: lifgKins today .sentenced to Hfe cat on to'.varrls Tlie fnrt .U'p imprisonment in the Slate pcnltcn- school grn'lcs il nllL in .very tlary by Judcc Olmstend, in the greatly iucrcasir.i; the prrccnlflge of ccr C'ounly Circuit conrl. Julia Flake. who will continue hi our slcpdaughttr, for ,lovc of .--rtiocls. improving fhrir.sflvcs liy ,-ho in litggins killed tils wife, has not of chicken pox; Dr. Xyblett np cd Postmaster R. T. k view to having clcseuV'bur. realizing the trouble tbat would bring ia its wake, the re- fused lo do anything but send thn assistfliit home. Not satisfied': Vitb this, however, Nyblett sot into communication with Kdmontbii, and on the receipt of official santlioa from headquarters, annexed the. Chief, of Police, and literally hung piil'.the red flag. From then on no mail was allowed to enter or leave trm office until (be latter had -been thoroughly. fumigated. Although tbe closing of the post of- .fice on such a day has keen criti- cised severely as drastic, the Medical Health Officer, -whose own home is at present ucier quarantine, took the action he did in order to TVarn people that the chicken pox- malady has to he looked afler, as it is cldim- cd (hat cases have been (rented too negligently in the 'past. been tried for licr in the crime. of vorat'onal cd edition anfl acqitir- as well a higher academic sland- (ore Iberu today. MAlilSK.S KK.IDY SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN ICE BREAKING Saskatoon, Sa.-k.. I: moving off tho South Saskatchewan i bile the hisr naval, tr.-inspprt'niver today. Thn I rwsuKr.tul uisM. but the .bis is on thli: mor'jinp. TMs' ff Is earlier than 133112! about two thai, is In W i result oi the. conlwsion o' J likcij: ur- rl'-c.lo have sdiled from m re- s at Tampico.- is fcting held. huniitetl mariues arc row ashore nl naval statiin at Xtw OrTpans. Alia., April monster wolf, -wbirb lias been a areflt marauder in Ihe cfltlle couniry north o! the town, has been shot near llo'.vic post office. Brides the gov- ernmeni ho'inly, thn hnnier get n from (tie cat- Menicn nho guffereil. EXILED FRENCH BARON DEAD Miulreux, Anril Uaron Kerdinand Tnrkhnlm, n Krenrh esilc since Tnissfaa toaquyst, died lierc (otiav, iff. SIR WM. WHYTE EMPIRE BUILDER PASSES AWAY CITV OF >10NTREAL LOAN Afri'i Colonfa! loan I P8n r s c x pec to rl w i I h In :i ORJB is an issue oy ih? clly of Mon- treal of -1H iJ'-r cent. regiHlcrcil rrdbon'.atjlc in Pol- lflS3. The iaaue hrr at par. TJIi; RURAL IMtODLEM The Government to soUc tlic mwslion of vocational traiuinii for the sons nnd. daughters I ol farmers by Uie ofj aficirnliural' schools upon' dciuonstraluiii farms.' under tho of llir oi Agri- culture, hoeri started this year, and met eVrepUonal sue- tcss. 'J'dc of government will l-c to toatHiue' f-i HtTt'ATlON IN' MKITISII COMMONS THE or.-Joii, question iii Mip of Tommons (oday 1j l.oOls" a lev lours btfoir he wenl' Vtsncls AcilanJ, paillsmfntaty flKlrii: tHiair Kasler JlnnJij for, fotflitti aBalis, II now luins out llal g.ivr Die House alliclal inlofmation as "l.clly I.oulc conlcscci! (o w.rlaiii Ol. c-uiH at Tanipim alrfady re- (fit prison nnili'irillri, in ilwpatciics. Ho.tnW iho ami l.icul. {ir.fmleia bow State "Dago lie was not'Urjsnal tSf nijntsl of Hit Cecil Mtre but kr.eiv abuul (lit iftboting o'.Sr'rinvKIrr, llritish amtassador ali liosenthal, which wns tlw rtsult ol 3 Waslilnglon, had iricn stfps (o Im-] puiblcr'.i ijiinrrtl- (Ir had beta afra.'d VK" combatants tnat a most In Ihc Moty ruhlic- fur lenr striouvsltn.illcn nouiJ ufelfii by Tdijtancp lo his family. wsntoa ilt.iltiirtlon of oil Mils. "Look Through House and Take Care of What You Find" Last Message of Wilmer Suicide Calif., April, (Special to Herald) Wllrnec. B.C.. for many years H miner and rancher In this crt hl5 earthly career today hy committing pnfcUc. Deceased, his wife and two young tons, were spending East- tr with (rleads la and it IB (bought that tho BC-A-S that IID UEP to get no for some property dealroyed hy fire last winter nag responsible. for the worry that caused the rash act. Dr. Bhar, rlsllln; tho house In tho orenlng to return a book, found a through the and tftkc c-arc of what you flr.l" who was about sixty years old, was fount! dead In hsd, 'with a bottlo of strychnine close hy. Under the pillow woa a pholo of liln wife, and on tho back was written: this 50 with me." He felt a lottor (o his wife, eay- Ing ho 'could not the trou- bles.o{ tblf lonecr, for OForating the scLoois.Qf comes from Iho federal! Ufasurj'. A waul Sir invcc hy Uic Commission over which I Calif., April Dr. .iliat tl'.c Fcd-'Willbm former vioe-prcsldrr.t trnl mak'r a grant to the' "I tfce C.F.K., HI hero, provinces in nitl of technical cduca-. -and may not recover, His' family tlcn. If this recommendation IR ac- II would rto mucli to acceier- -nlc the solution of the problem ol i vocational education.' j The Ihrce agricultural schools c.s- to'il.tehfl cisrsEhclBi, Olds a'r.d jVttmiljon, combine the idea of nVaT wpil as that oi have hrtn sent for. KONG HEARING. ADJOURNED Vancouver, Umir.ary hearing of ths case r.galnst. Jack Kong, the Chinese'youth charg- ed -Tvlth tho murder of Mrs. Charles training in the husincss whlcti'hsd been set ajriculliifc. They are equipped witb.'a I was fnrlh'er adjourned.until -.'Thursday, no ctldenco being t ;