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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETIIIIRIDGE. ALBERTA. TJIUKSDAY. AI'KIL lli, 1911 XII.MHKU 10G ILPJLOI Rate Expert Gives Out Some Interesting Fig- ures on Reductions SAVE I ON A CAR Grain Shipments to Local Mill- ers Will Also be Cheaper by Good Margin ACTUAL REDUCTIONS WHERE LETHBRIDGE SAVES Eighteen doJIara a car from the eaal [iflh-class frelilil, ivhloli Includes canned goods, Eoaps, ne.il6, building FBjer and lieavy liardivare. TVelvc dollara ptr car [rom the aasi on agricultural implements. Rlglileen a car on grain snipped hero from within cue iiun- dred miles Toronto, Oiil-, n'pril iol Iriwiny statement on the judgement u the Hoard of lUihiay curmr.lssio in the. western rules caiie was mad by Alex. McDonald, who was lal eiperl-for the provinces of Saskatch ewan in this; celebrate, case. There has liejn u reduction o Ti'per ccnl. in 'standard mileag rales 'letXfeen all'sUlions in Sat VAlchewan .'Alberta and rc-luclio lo Manitoba basis ou b stor.p- rravcl, sinil, cement, buildin rails and poles. .The from William o lillu .'class .'height, which include sugar, ayrup, etc., and irrn, pip'er hinl" liilavy hatitwatf, ivil) as To" per car ol pnur.ds Calgary V3I per H'ar J2l''pcr car-; .Mctliciiic Hat SIR pi car Hanlisly JIS per tar Lolh lui.Ifcc SIS per Hcgina JO pp car Moose Jair SC car Sivi Currcjil SC ppr car; prr car, -The rf duct ions in Ihc fro Kaslcr "Canada anrl P'orl U'illuim o 'he Elevator Weights Will Now Control I'urL Willijui, Out.. April TLe Hoard if (itain ers tor ('jhada IMS niaJe an JDL- JerisidiL iu wilh spwial Li ni! LIU. in country elevators. JLrrraltrr. ruling of '.lie to.iril lual weights slicm.. on Utkfis govern, and uol wrirhls ai !jtc irriiiinalb. Hohcrt Kinlay slornl ir. a special liin tho i-lc'.aloc ol the Sasinlrhfivan t'o operative Kir- valor crtii-1'aiLV at IVrdue. unJ lie rercivcJ iLrrcroiT. special bin lu-'-irls a lu'igM alter Hutting uf busUls. ll.e n llas rrompj at the ler- iniua! r.cvalur UK- weigh I given was luibhels, nhnwiug a surplus of ltl.2il bushels over the cooptrMjve i-levalor ueifOit. Mr. K.'nl-AV chimed ihiG surplus. His ground was thai lir liart hired fhc biu utiil thai the operator of iho dfvjior had told him thai all the eraiu ir. tbr Lin was Ms. Sasliali'liriwan Co-operative Klcvator toinpar.j- rcluscd In credit Mr. I'mlny u-Etli sur- jihis, aril Commissioners up- held him, r.civ rule. Mexican President Decides Discretion is the Belter Part ol Valor and Climbs Salute. Passes a Motion Supporting His Stand BE CALLED Bftl LOSI; IEN ARE DEAD Uale Drove Three Master Ashore And All bul One of the Crew Drowned A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE New York. X. Apiil JG.-Tbc identity of the Ecfaonnrr went ashore in u norilieabl gale near Hrniicli, N-'-J.. last night, was lalllshcd by life-saver.1; al as Hit: Charles K.'.Uuchlcy from I-'lorida, -for New York. lolal loss and L'yliiiiiii iiJTut, his and al ]iiclhti6rVoi Ihc crcn', cscepL one inan jiafned losl, while aUnnpling lo launch a life Atrliison, who on dock, rescued alter midnight by bcins viilually by a line1, shot tl-C Lori' oi Inc trliooncr Iron April II iierla Jias promised to suluU- the Aiiinricitii Hag; in apdlngy I'oi1 (lie oi' Amoriciiii lihie aekels at, Tampico. The. only ailndicil ilial iho American ships ire a salute in jH-knowlcdgement. Ol'ficials close to the J.'i'c.sideiiL sny this was ii iict'ordnuci: a practice with all nniiijiis. Carlstadt is Excited Over Oil Prospects to tLc Mod-fire Hal. April stn'Jt is nil eit-iieil ovrr aUpgeJ oi oil on farm of Sdilosser, three mitts oi lowij. Srhlosser wasJig- a aijil at 3 rlpplh (it or.? hvn'Jii-il lec't tliere ran-.r quitr a Jiuvs ol oil. '.Abo'Jl n. inonlli a namrcl Knut- son iLTLRi; niiirA north ct Lov.ii in :i i-an t-i water (jil HIM L ii, Lul no cue puul lijiu-ii Lo ii. but I'jree oil Cat- eary In Ms pljcc ami an- skippir.g n 1mpe Ui.-k of ll.c water U> O.kltary (ur sis. rcople ni T.irlMadt arc ..lhal oil h roMmcrcial iiuaiiiitifs be Imim) in tins virit.ity, th? indiratioijs having Lrci ffivr.d both north rtnJ south ol luuti. Asks For Salute And He Gets It -------OAN EARLIER REPORT O SHOWS HllERTA WEAKENING D.C., April eral H'uerta practically has promised to tire a the American flag, according to p'lflciat despatches re- ceived at 11.30 t.rri. today. 'The sH-jation IE very encourag. alid Secretary Bryan, after he had' received rr.cBEarjes from Charge O'Shaughnessy, in which General H'J- erta's.attitude- was as yield- Mr. Bryan and Acting Chairman the Senate Foreign Rela- tions committee, both emerged from Ihc White Houce s-niling. Unofficially, it was stated that if Ihs salute were firea some of the Am. erican warships now speeding to Mex- ican '.vattri would be turned back. Wcrj'nl'HicrU's decision vlrtua' jy to. accede" io all the American de- mands came >o the White House 2S the result of an session or Mexican Stnate, to which Huerta outjined the entire situation. Congress Would Back Wilson to the Limit PRESIDENT WILSON INCUESF Wa6hingloV- April Home Fbrelgn Afiairs'-'cammittee to- day adopted "the following molullori action of the President of the United Slates in th Tampico Incident Is retained by thi committee cf Foreign .AffaFrs of the louse of Representatives." Asked For Salute And He Grants It Lelhbridge-Weybum May Not be Completed This Year LEAVE BIG GAP Carlsiadl is on the main lir.c oi Ihf C. I'. It., seven slaliwis n-esl oi .Medicine Hut. PRESIDENT HUERTA Jlonlrcal No Work East of Foremost Leaving Sixty-nine Miles Unfinished BOARD OF TRADE ACTS Streel Car Traffic Will be Hand- led by Two One on Each Side of Track ONLY GRADING YET Work on tte trading of tile C. I'- ll. (racks 10 conform lo llic gradus on thp subway, v.-as commcncecl res- lenlav, when twenty men were pul lo Another work near Ihe junction, twenty or -O men will go to work just as soon as the steam slMit', v.lilch assured in the lojal yards a CONTRACT LET TOR 25 MILES OF LINE Winnipeg, MM.. April C. P. n. has given Iho contract to CJcorsc '.Vcbsitr of Calvary for Ihc grading of 23 mites of track- rise from Stlrlhsr. Alia., be- in? 3 or the existing branch froru to Slir- HnK- The grading Is lo be com- pleted Ihis year. (he l-clbbridgc-tfeyburn line of .he U.I'.U. be coniplelcd this year 7 -.va5 given the some liLiic ato that it would. The assurance came direct from the ot tic but now lliero is a grtat big donbl as lo its comple- tion. Several (lava ago, Ur. Stewart, 31, P. MTote to SuperintendcJit Cole- man at Calgary, nskir.f fjr a defia- jDitlNG I'RKSiiVRE jfO BKAH ON A rumor, has-- Washiivjlcn, D. C., April ashore. Alchison twisted "I' in reached the Montreal Detective dl- piau powers today were advising ttis. afternoon, Ihc following (he-breeches buoy line ar.d was drag- parlrncnl from Hull, lhat Hound ITuctla to apologise Ir; the LTnitcd were elected god Irom Ihc dccV into the seething and Fnuc.iu.t, the Iwo bandits sought Slates al onic nnil end a situation President W. 1M- lea. Life-savers on shore then ran for-the murder ol Uourdoa, which threatens grave, consequences. with the. line, drugsin's Atchisrn up were sent 1u OUawa or Hull in Frichns oi the Mcviran dictator in ite answez to Ihe nuesiion. C.M.OAHV INFOll.VfATlOS The following rep_lv caused iniile a tew days'aso is ready stir in local husintss .Md. The uradlni; Is lianulcd entirely liy'itcw forth B from President ihe (J.P.H., and llic la: Ing .of Ihe stniCTurc.1 Blcol ,1s' albo a. Jiart of their Tlic United Stales 'were assuring liiin Cine Hal. first Vice-I'rcs.: W. A. Hays. .Modi- implements are, per ear the shore more" dead than alive, crates on Friday .or .Saturday last, ni -.His.: llroadvien SI prr is not live. Ilciina !d per car Medicine Hal Js Besides Captain Hardy arid car Glcicheu Sin per car Cal-'iviio, it is helioved trial at leost'.six Ottawa oiler tirsl fastening up Ihe ports of Tampico and Vera Cruz and gary {in per car; Kdmonfon ill) per men. members ot crew, wen I bandits in tho crates and tending a blcckartr- if Mexico by the Amcr'i- rar I.cthbridgc 512 far. There down wl.en the life-boat failed lo them on their way lo be calle'd for -can Meet was Ihc Washington pro- leather waves. the Hull or Ottawa railway station, gram. The Chafes K. Huckley. was r.cav- Eicrytlimg worked well, the: banilits liaie been rertuctlo-is ordered in Ifie rales on coal Irom and Carrlifi, Alherla, also froin Kslevan The ii raid to have orifiiuatfj (hit unless a salute was nred the E. llodsson, hia liv (licnJs of Ihc uanrtits American Hag, Ihe seizure of the Lcthhridjc. x. K. Carrulliers. l.accmibc, the .ndefalitaOTe secretory o[ ttie past year, ivas lo the yosition. A- 11- fliksba. ot Ili-d Deer, and John ol C'laresholm, aic tEiccc-uiasleil schooner In Saskatchewan. Tlic reductions these commulilits will be more than Her hoir.e port was NewarV, ,1. per cent. Kor Instance on posts, rails, and'poles, ihe reductions on 25 .to uiilcs arc Irom one to one and cents per 100 pounds. The redactions cordwood are, lor 25 milrs, one-half cent, SO miles, ecnl, lOif railos, orr and one-hnll cenls, '200 (n HUD miles Uo ccnls per 100 pounds. HATE IIUDLTTIOXS There haic fcrfn S'ibslanlial reduc- tions in the IcfBl grain rates which will lielp the centres ol Saskatchewan and Alherla. The re- dictrtns per car SO.CiOfj pounds fi-s follows Xilly Inilrs S18, 100 miles SIS, 200 i.iiles :ioo miles -loo miles oLiO IM, ily laden with lumber. She was a, vac got away successfully and their 130 tons, i friends received them safely. Ttc-po-j lice arc in pursuit today. LOST M.'MBKR TEX N'ew York', X. V., Aplll 16.-The "MOTHER lost number ten, Captain Hardy, his] Denvar, Colo., Anrll wife and The ciilicilly I Mary Jonep. held as a prls. injured surmor is Kmil ilarlinsnn. In Ihe Walsenburg Jail, waa'rc- .T, 'VIVA 1 TING I'rpsiJtr.t and other admin- Islralion ofnrrals, siltnlly awailed oi Ihc excculivu curniniltec. Thal Ihc Postal Library scheme. Tvhlch liad Us Inception In l.e xomc weeks HEO, anil .vhtch promoted by the I'ontal Mr. Klmball Back P. Klmhall haB rclurued from, a bueineas trip through Washington and Oregon nolnla. JONES OUT AGAIN while, the ships j and Ih? marines ivere hurried down the A'llanlic and I'arific coasts lo Mexican waters. (Connnurd nn jiagc 6J. leased today, according to an an- nGijuccmcnl by fiovernor Amraons. A o.1 haheaa corpus, Ifsuetl by ihe Colorado Suiircmc Court, Mas rellirn- able April IS. Reid Back From Brandon Favors One Man Operation; Pay as Leave "There, is no good reason in Ibe as they would have ample world why (he one-nun, civ system get it reariy by lie time Ihey 'leave, cannot ai.d should 'not he .installed in Ihpie is alu-ais n larger num- l.ellilitijjr." of passinctrs In gel on al one This is the brie! and candid opinion time than there is lo get as nnc ol C-'ominlsMcnpr lleid, who passenjer usually jets cfi at a lime. USIMIIJ jcij, cu ai a nine. Tn nnrMir1 IT trip lo Thus the nelay is absolutfly elimin- STORY 10 rKUVIi 11 turned lo the city aller where he made a thorough alttl, and-better lime is made, in tliis inr.ptclloii of Ihc system; in rojue way than could bo made, with Iwo there. men on tli2 car, when Ihc pay-as-you- TWO HOOKS AT KHOS'T I enter system is in, force. "Under ordinarl- traffic FEWEIl ACC1DIOSTS __ said .Mr. Ueid, "wf ror.W !hs' "There can he no doubt that tho Ir.inic here with one man ori a "r, one man system reduces the risk 61 and whin the crowds were etlralicn- accident, as the motonnan is In A FRIEND Lale Sir William. Whyte Had Great Failh in This Had Visited Here An p.toiy of tlio latu Bii It is'lliB intention lhat hnru line Lc completed thi.s year, witi.1.1 a 'gap ol C9 .miles hc- hvceirtfce western Sas- katcncu-an''ajid FoTcruc-st." Roard of Trade sent a rush message to Mr. tbis and adding: "Failure lo complelc ILis line this year will involve serious consequenc- es. 1'lcasc advise." TELKGKAM To this tie president- oi the Caua- work. ed in the contr'ael" to dulsl struction firms, ia that ot c-vi and lading of the concrete. The cltj docs tlie paving and [he laying ol Mi' mains, as as Ihe street track changes. Streel Car Service One car will he left on the north side of the Inirk, and the diamond] will be taken out almost to Second! avenue on the north and to pacific wired in avenue on ihe Eonth. lo allow for the Vanklcck Hill, necessary Erade. Tile location Just 1'robably we will do more wort ahout dhldes tho Blue line in two. In s year en the Weylurn branch than and [wo cars will take rare of thcjwas contemplated but we have founii-- CHEDIT UNDER FALSE PRETENCES Hcglna, Sask.. April Km- lle lulellkle, genera] More keeper .-if! SjiCOO bail." pcndlnR Ilia bearinr; or. Llj cUrse of credit from a ,t is that lion. Colonel ca, wholesale rirn, under fahe Snm ,aki traffic, transfers being issued. The wires liave :ilrcadv ucen changed. There are plenty of men In sight for the work, in faci, an over-supply seems to exist. The working on the C.F.ll. sradc arc nrariy ail llus- fiana, residents of the city, -n-ho were brought In by the railway company. COL. SAM HUGHES WILL TRAIN I.lnilscy, Onl., .April -lath Regimen! will Ihis Bummer go into camp'at Insload of Ham- field. it necessary In varr plans mane when husincss affairs IVCTC in more, satis- factory shape. T. G. Shaughncsss." IIOAHI) WANTS LI.NK CLOSED To ivbieh the Uoard ol Trade- wired today 'The l.cthhridsc considered vour lences. charge of this year's cam? there. Lethbridge to Have an Ad Club; Will be Organized on April 28 "Anyone who ".vll] hoost. and who hes the best inlerer-ls or Lelhbridge Qt heart." This is Ihe. sole requirement for membership In the Ad Club of Ihc Jxithbrldge Board o[ Trade, wblcli Publicity Committee Th? I'nbllcjly cprnmlfice wi'l form Iho nucleus of tho and Doard ol Trafle inessagc today. FleascJ lo Icjrn conipany 'may do work Ihis year un Weyburn branch than was hut. we mosl resiicctliilly ur.r.e an immedl- alc conclujion lo complete Ihc gap and Ihc annoimcemcnl of tbc same Ihis year. The country is 'wrll .settled, [Top prospects arc first class, ar.d all interested liavo planned accoldinj; to (he previous annmmef- (bat the Hnc would be complet- ed tliis year. Delay and suspense- dis- couragiur.." LINE IS XRKDED The Itoard o! Traile says thai tho line will he Mil. Thcr arc going al- ler Infoiinalioa that will compel (he of tho gap, and will be aid- ed by tr.c Foremost Thnnl'of Trade. will he. formed on Tuesday night, Ap- Others will pay a fee of one dollar, or ril nt Ihc Knishls of I'vlNas Hall. I n fee of live ilrilnri, and loin the and (he commlllee of Ihc Roarri and the ciub at Ihc lime. nil rrho arc members of Iho oIJThry will show Ilial the largrsl crop Trade; will he admitted to member-! over raised in that country will 'ho haiicslcil (his fall, ar.d (hat the dis- trict between l-'orcmost and Ihe.Sas- ship In ihe Ad chil) free of.-charge. Hoard of Trade, 'K Is backing At least this l ho recommended Whyto is lolj by rrcsldcnt] oignnlzallon of Ih'.E body lias an Idea1 those who come lo (he sniokcp. ori Mnrnoch of thfi Uoarfl of Trade. A Wend of Jlr. from KuglHiid renrhcd Canada with a there arc Ic-oslerH to make a pretty live ,er ot lo slr Worthy ObJfcLs rumuieu u> ILLU unmi i n i i iu i n ier ui iini iu on >i iiiinni- r "in. Tllc wn, on hls WBJ. ,0 _ II y decided lo form an April is. when the ofllcers for the year will be elected, and things start- ed In earnest. A nominating com- mittee- has bi-pu unpointed, and (he Iti- and' Ihii'li (5 iho .nil Hill II is r.CLliliiB ino ni nlfo >vc _ Pul mtn sale, hcloie. startl-g of Ihe danser fan e.irs. There thty li.ivc one door strfot arclJanls. entfon of Ihe ot adapted to'lht ..yjtem than thcUran- street also lessens hy.the Idler. ,.U5. they one door slrtot from Premier llordcn, which was read m (ront wWcl] I'KOl'I.H SATJSFIBil a.i an exit and Enlrsncr botli, "In Brandon the slreels al Rl Ihc "weekly luncheon of the Hoard of TrMo council lodny: "I'rlmo .Minister's Office. "Ottawa "Hccrclnry, Board ol Trade. "l.t'thbridne. Alia.: letter o[ the 3rd Jnst. l.i me. l i nt -trepresentations J-OIT liav( wllh re.'cccl to Ihc establish much while here o'.ir tars are divided, to narrower, and tho Iraffic inncli hrav- thit une sra-e could te fn thlr.s avoiding 1'A.V AS YOU 1.1UV1-1 llolli eiit arid entrance must west, and after mcellng Mr. asVed him where, In the western vlnces he would advtae an Investor guns will hf all ready lo fire, so that lhe hit imc sra-e nvU be lisfd as an ier than in. l.elhbrldge, yet the srs- nlrance, ar.d the othtr as exit, lem works very smoathly. Muyor' bus avoiding confusion and.delay." Jlurhes accompanied me over .E to vlacc his money. Sir ans- money In UlhbrldKe, rou can't lose Io t In tbc long run." yesterday atleraofin's. time not bo laXon tip wllli rou- Ihb committee, and loj tine. The smo'xer will lie all snap, of Hie big smoker Ihoj "nd several snappy talkers from Ihe A j "n oreOFlpn. The. rommiltrc Culgary Art cluh will i men with ginger, push, energy Is InleieMIng'nl'cl Ijoosllng, ahlllly; bankers, law- irlng visit hen i ]'crs' rMl rslale mcn' he vmir.g In all tbe delalls of entertainment, oni'i one of the attractions nlll be Iho FA- celsior Mole Choir. A good prescription to broaden katrhc-.van hnur.dary will .sre Ihr. Kreafest seltlemcnl na in' its liis- toiy this year. The day of sprciiia-. lion is pasl. IHs lar.d was purchased by spccublors in 1308 afnt 1908, onil they arc r.on- rearly to sell at reasonable rwes. A large number of soltlrrE in the Unitc-J Staler. aro ready to purchase land lor ac- tual settlement, on the strcnRlh ol announcements made only a few nceVs that the line would he plstcJ. Ilpretolorc many of (hem hfive been switched off at .Moose Jan-, but since the line was pushed through !o nun; JmVe led ths main Hnc al We) burn, counting on anil whole system, and be whrn 11 was staTtci made the froal door." conllmiexl t-iil'fns were K. hii I lltid. "I ilon'l nllogelher to sevtral ol (hern on the slrcetj I.eas'C (jl (ircnl all Pfrfectly satisfied, that delays cannot be eliminated. "In oi Mr. mnlo. a I'ojlnl Library will have the plj- aa iticy Imve, Ilcid ecmclurltd, "ihcro Is no ssr.e parncit. tonslderallon of inenl. Yonm faithfully, "K, last tuinmcr, into Southern Alhrrla, and mueh of the selllo- r. Whyle. aftor mak- dcrks' dresacrf, salesmen, j evrapathlcj, 'px'le'nd 'yoiir vdlon'mrnt In has crime I and widen your borUn, nnd at Ihcl nt heirl. The ob-: same time lo become a cliailcr mem- coraplelei this jear. inVa "thorou'Bh'iour'of'lhc'city, .hnvcJ1'.c objects of tbc noM vWea your "nnd st'ili'cl res'uit.'of'iaHl, llauliu Uric would bo there were fo'ner Lelhbrldge thnn cd houses eslern vlly, In proporllon lo pc-pnlallon. .Mr. Marnoch, who In (lie old connlry nl Ihc, linio Ihla vatanU In Jrcls nrc: To assoclato those i 6f the Ad elub.of Ihc l.elhbrldgie [tc cslcd In publicity and .sales, promo-' Hoard of Trade, Is. ''Coriio (o Ihc bis the as 'they "enter, Bll delay Is rejscn why we shoiilil not adopt (lie Kas made.-, remembers eliminated, 3s the ninety pc'v cent, of syslcir, licfc, bul to make It a coin- passnisers nciei have Iheir lares plclc success, we musl have Mir' Sup- rea-ly when they fnler a car, where- norl ol cllizfcs and ralcni'iirs'." slr William's visit, an nc- counl v; wnicn In the ller- lion: discussion lhat will smoker on 28." rnolntoln tmlh In ndvcr-j Those present al (he meeting wh'jrc (IsInG; ndverllse and' these done-uere: Messrs. to boost our anel district, and. Marnoeh, Tracy, HoliInEon, K. (hereof. Thai's dead easy, Isn't It' X. Illsliibolliam, Uowslfy, llarro'v- man, Torranco and Foniist, ARSON SQUAD FACETIOUS! Ireiar.d, arson aiuad burned a big residence hero today. "Apply for lo Sir Kdnard onc of tbc jilacard; lef. bclilud them ;