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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LKTHIUUDGE. ALBERTA. KKIUAY, Al'UIL 17, 1911 NUMISEU 107 TO BE NO HOGDAY Because Every Day is Hog Day in Lelhbtidga is the Reason Given IS A GOOD.MARKET Hon. Duncan Marshall and Mr, Alcheson of the C. P. R. Confer BOOST THE STOCK YARDS dny will be a; bos day in I-etr- A NOTED TORONTO PASTOR AEROPLANES HEAVENWARD FIRES AT MAYOR Old Man Aged 70 Tries to Assassirwte-.Mayor Mitchell of New Yoik VILLA'S SNORTING CHARGER IS NOW GASOLINE CHARGED D. Morrbv, known all over Camda the "Athletic HITS POLK IN THE JAW New Vorh. N.V.. April shot was1 fired at Major juit out- side Ihe cllv bull itils alicruooii. The! bullet went wide, but Mlriii-k Coruo'ra- tlori Counsel Po'ik, accompanied him, lu the law. Jit. J'oit was aeri-: ously. Injured.- SwirJy all of MB _ teeth knocked o-jl. The bullet I narrowly missed Arthur the nev.- iKdice coinnilsr-ioner. The I'oll: and Mr. Woods entering an automobile: An c'd man. whose Lame- at first was not ascertained, 'did thu shooting. He Parson." is shown here making .a flight In ah aeroplauo at St. Augustine, 'ibroiigii the crowd, Floriila. wlicrn seeking tetter health. Mr. Morrow oiu-o held Ihe record attempting to as build iils now.Tonmtd'iSuix-li by holding an athletic, field day. Insofar us tlio experts on in.irKei Ouu including Hon. lluncan Mar-' fcr Ions dlslttncB'running jsassinate lhe. Pbiice Culiinllfslowr. sbali, Jl'lnlster of Asikullurr-, :md Thos. S. Alclieson, scieral grain ng- ehl of the I-M'-H CM see. there Is no j need for a sriccral hos day I" '-etb Suffragette Bomb Destroys Theatre Market cuaillticms here wtte re tlcwyil iii dclall by the tersest hos f breeders.hi dipirici icslurday af-' ternooii at a I ing of the Hural Jtelatfons committee of the Hoard of which had the matter in hand, Dm! Ibo sentiment was unauimously Indicative of satisfaction. Local Condition Good Hon.'Mr. Marshall anil Mr. Atche- 5on spoke briefly on Oie hog day tu'ea. tUat ll'v.'as meant to rectify any condition thai, tended to loner lhe price of pork at jioint where tl put into force, such as tlio bringing into town of small titnutilits oE dressed ami live hogs, wlik-h uonld naturally a decrease HI (ho price. In Medicine Hal Ihis condition prevailed. "weie tjroiight In hy IV.-QB and threes; there wns no demand for tbttn, as. they could not'be Eliinjicd until n rarfoad- TVJIS assembled, and as low' us n tetils a- hundred had .been uaid: t'ac f-ricc 'was HE as 7Va cents. The }iog day paw. :i number of those sioaH IpU brought.iii.al-biice. they.were r. seinbled into t.JT, carload for TyliH-li and the Ibii'prtco The Hose, vas yearn old, arrestetl. woulU Eay nothing. T-.TO letters in j Ills jiocket were addressed lo the Msyor. HUERTA BALKS Refuses to Salute Unless Uncle Sam the Sling Oat of it WANTS GUN FOR GUN And Wilson Will Refuse-It Would Not be Amende Honorable SITUATION VERY TENSE lire causal by the explosion oi bomb left unite: n.seat hi- a militant- siifi'ragcttr. Al (our. o'clock this murniiig, n violent explosion woke the heach. I It SIOO.ODO. Tiw usua! sufiraseUe literature was founrt streivu along the pier and on EARTHQUAKE FELT AT FORT DE FRANCE Kort do France, Martinique, April earthquake occurred here at half-past seven' o'clock morning. There was no serious damage. Torreou. liillc N.ipolron of Hie Mexican the ac- claimed hero and nan of the hcur. whose fearlessness has aided'.hinl in driv- ing tlio Federals from Torreon. their last stronghold, is a molorUt in the Uue sense of the word. Acknowledging the supremacy of motors-driven inetlicd of bo has deserted the fonr-fooled. snorting charger for the gasoline charger. During the hammering away at Tcrreon. his motorcycle couriers covered themselves with glory. This pholo was laken at Villa's bcadqnaiteri at Jnarcz just before his successful advance on Torreon. TEN FIRE VICTIMS Claimed in Second Aparlment House Tragedy in One Week LETHBRIDGE SECPiRES PERCHERON FUTURITY FQR EXHIBITION rNEW THIS Ti.MEJ U. S. Markets Helped fn 'LeEiiljtldy'e are usiKtilv Eobl -'in ainal! iiitantUies. but :.he I-rlt-e has always tieen well up. li Ji esperjtctl'tii'aV when lacilities at the. fair grounds for' the of'tlni', slock that u.U'ixet conditions will be Anv danger of'a fall in Iho inarkel, according lo Mr. Marshal, v-as.axerted.by the coming in of hny- crd from the Slates, but he 1-laiucd Iliat certain local cdnditious the governmenl ar.rl the C.-P..U., who -loo'l really io.hcll'. Gqyernir.snt Aid Mr. Alciicson.''stated that he ha'l found t'.'e I'rovinclal govcrnnie.it si- M.iys really lb'belp'fantl cocpeiato to Iho heiiclit of tb.6 farmers, and voic- ed, tbe opinion tiial no other provinro had such an acllvo Minister or ciilture as Mr. Marshall. He' emp'.ia tir.ed llio vnlno of Iho hog Industry, and declared that they werf. Ilie only things (hat wmiltl keep tbe farmer on Die land.' He urged tbe raising of more alfalfa to feed more licsa, Ju order lhal IheV ralfiht lake the placo of mortgages and Krasshopoers. .Opinions cf Producers, Mr. Mlebach, who in raising alfalfa on dry land, and meeting- wild great fcncccES, brlepy on his experi- epco wltb-iiogs. aiid slatcil had always received a fair that lie'was going hog riepn more extensively. O. T. l.-ilhrop, who recently sold the; record-sized ho-j of Roulhcrn A'- herla, and who has been In the busi- ness on a laige srale for many years, Flatcil that be had never sold for less than 7 'cents a pound during Iho last four and that it cost him. tcnln a to pro- ducc I'Ork. ,S. S. Unnhain m-eachcd the gospel of "niore-alfnlfo." He Ihoujhl (hut Hie slogan for LcllibiMge '-The City !i! (he Alfah'a roun- an (he illsl'rlct was slngularh' nrlapled to 'itic gvoivius of this .won- foildcr crop. A 300 PsrCent. Increase Mr. Hatch piltlined his. stocV- >ards Eclienie, anil, made the asscr- (Ion Uial Soullicrn Allicvb hail tn- crcascil her hog hnsfnesK 300 per cent. In (lie last three years, predict- ing (hat thl. ressed the-con- jvioiiEly'worked as a eair-enltr. GOOD THINGS COJIINCf Cok'Eaid thai aid r.ot -.Mr. .McXicol. manager, of the lair do that lie liad been In lo.ird, whose cfiorts wete largely re- need of lack of employ- other states that the secur- and showed an aU.t-mr.i al ing o[ this lulurity is only one of j Tho deed was done on Marcfc li, many goo.l Hiinjs that the dilec-Simi (Me evaded arrest and went to ids; one of whom Vaid lie li.id bteu Wilson and the talking to Divisional Freight -Agent vin shall be done, jllaUleud yesterday about the mat- j UiC; TCas expressed Ireely -in jter. Sir. Haislead said he. had con-. circles lhal nothing but .'.a jferrcd W. n. l.anlgan, general j ronlpicto. apclogy and such' A satrj'lc western frclcht agent, of .1------j Jon this same subject .a fow'days ago. BLACK, GREEN AND-' GOLD _____.-, 1. It Ycu Would Wear Lethbridge'i Of. flclal Colors, Here They -Are ,irj. get ,or ttie fair j.onfanB. induction sir- them being in such u.ehendcd Uy the anlhorlilea and dc- Mm the issnc here wil, finally, nn- dc- dows ol a nearby' tennr.cnl Captain Smith, who was suspended hy his feet from a window, prevented l.ouis Hoylo'n from being dashed -lo 0'J, (drill] when a ladder liioke on which K !lii; was crawling Irom .the burning tenement. Captain Smith seized Hoy- anli Ian and held on lo him until bolli could he dragged to safety. FOR The proprietor ol the rooming house, a negro janitor and s'cveral.of Hcv. V.'. liobertson now in Jjji'leod. rili fate. cJiarge of the services on next in Hcv. Mr. Toombs' _....... will be held ot Xcw Day- cnn Ion al 11 a.m., Stirling at- 3 p m., p.m. 'A OKEAT VICTOUV Tho association liad their uieeling oh Wednesday nifht, and Hon. DUJI- cliihlren lu the Old Country. He win not be out or woik foi some, time as he rccdtcd a TO ICE GO OUT Maisliall brought the rood ..iithriTidce yesterday afternoon.! lento of nine months at hard p.m. ;Mr. Marshall staled .to the Herald In the provincial jail. I that1 it- was a pleat win for Lelh- bridge, nnd would ad'd greatly lo HID OF SOO .importance nf the fair this year, as! .house, a negro janitor and several.oi thf. iiorscs comirishcr'c as a resuH of; Irrigation's Attending international IVe, ricenl 'ol room's In lhe m( Oni- APnl the decision are the ucsl in the IwildiM lo appea? ia Doming more Dominion, and the farmers will have I before the-coroner, "P, bnt tho opening of chance to see sonw Peichcroi [Healy, w! n inslituUd an liiusilj'a- llnn. BODIES OF CHAHLES.'H, BUCKLEY 'FLOAT ASHORE Monmontfi Hcach. N.J., April-. 17. The body ot Mrs. H. (I. wife O'OKCii np, uni mo ui R cnance to sec aunre tcrti i-eicnr.ion Ballon now depends entirely ulwn tbe horse P.fsh. The a.idtd stake in the WILL VISIT LETHBRIOOE Congress at Calgary Will Come Htre as Ihr Vnited States demands, would he acceplcil r.ow.- Wliile Secretary llryan ivlien he took the latest despatches before tlio President, said tlir situation was cn- coiirajirig bul not finished, ar.d White llncsc officials said the detail? rc- in ilispute did not affect, the Following the su'sgefttioii ma'do of the it developed ot UIG Hoard o( Trade coimcil tlial-lliierla's counter proposition for ins? yesterday by S. S. DunharnVlliat. a simultaneous salute was regarded Hie- Is'the aifilJalas acnllier play for time which prob- contre of western Canada, and Mmtiahly would not- Ij? countenar.ted. emphasis-should be'placed on'tots I All tliB latest drspatclics were laid fart, rnthcr than -on tho fact that 1'ractically. all rlieat was the chief crop, .the council adopted official colors for In fu.lure all nr-nna'nts will bo ataud- ard, and a poecinl dcficn IE to-fit) worked out In black, fireco and sold, typifying ly Ibe Wack tlic great coal o o and climate lo tne of alfalfa, shown by the ,roe and the Im.ncnso crops of a, cat and goWen grain. as shown by Iio sold. the members; .oi Ilie were said to. be agreed (hat tlirie shoulii be no further MA'VO'S DKMAVI) WAS -MOST.KXI'I.ICIT Wasblnjloh, D. U., April iT.-Scc- agin .received yesterday from -of tlio captain of the schooner j lc'3 H. lliickley, iwhich stranded aiid (o pieces on ll plre Day suggcstn lhal' as ___. May 21 foils on a Sunday, the beach celebration should bo held .on liero on Wednesday night, floated June 22, Iho Sovereign's ast.ore torlny, ns illil the :bonlei'.of