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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LKTHBKIDGE. ALBERTA. SATURDAY, AI'HIl, 25, 1911 NUMliEU 111 FOUR 1CANS ASSASSINATED IN MI 10II Will Supply Livestock to Tiiose Desirous of Entering into MxeJ Farming LETHBR1DGE LEADS IN THIS MOVEMENT committee o! BRYAN WONT flESICU Reiterates His Denir.l of Ptblis'i. ed Ktpcr'.s That He Would Waal D.C., April Kcmnavy or StMe Hryjin lO'lay deiiVM wMt-sj.n-3'.l persistent he wti'iltl fBig., from the Cabinet. Wlicii Informed of iiiilillelicil resorts lio v.-o'jUl ivIlaquiEl, Ms siiuuW lit ,vj.-.lnst Mexico, .Mr. nryati "Tlio subject of r.iy nuver has bcuu discussed anybody, nor lliO'JgHt of by me." Tampico Sam May Ad Here Next Lcllilriilfti- is tu le.iJ Albeil-i lornuitlcn of a live us1 ution. Uela'.ions fivacJ nf Trade- S'Jl tru-'js aflerMion, .Mid was appointed to into tlic mailer c! .supplying stuck farmers in ll.c district sucli terins that pia--licaUy rvcry i KIM (Hi Hie lam! will b: alile- to- make The malier las Uen miller uisrus- lor sninc time. The first step taken Ihe committee was calculat- ed to ilouse some whereby practical aid mighl l.c sivcn the ag- riculturist, so that each succeeding itep he made easier. In Xorth Hiiltleionl the business men oi the tnvin' have syndicated their purchased live slwt is sold at cost to the fanner wi Jims terms. This association in U.e Fuuiinbr oi is composed ol all the must pronur.ent citizens oi which live pVTcTnT'Ts'Wu" The line late today dliiect oi the is to pur-1 Curr.inza advisir.s that he maintain tbasc live slock to sell at cost on'a neutral altitude toward Ihe United, extrndril Itrnu. The hank does not Slatfs in its difficulty v. ith the Huer- iiiuke any direct advances to tlie as- la government. hnl tu5 paper which they Il-oivnsvllle. AprK dlatoly reonocci my-oitark at 4 o- follo-iving repoic, ElBiiwl l.y Geiic-ral cloch this au-J ilri.idjr Cr.balLfTO. reVil commaudtr at Tam- ryjiturcd the cemetery, where strung Fedcial force rulslcJ. Eincct i.Ieo, to coiislilutinnallst head u-artcrs ni-hl." at Maimnoras, ur.i'.cr date nf Ihe -llli, j Phttadelplda, Pa-, civen cut Ueojt crutaor Salem, one of the fast- The Salem is officially attached '.o special sen ice eqiiadron. a mandel by jlc-ar-AUniiral Yi'issii include? the battleships Xew VorK and and a r.umbc-r o lei The of the Salem wa: 10 in iuin GIVEN ASSURANCE THAT' WHEN HUERTA MAKES AMENDS WILL VACATE VERA CRUZ tat in Ike mvy, f5 csnoctctl ssiJ to I'e Tamuico. The cruiser wl to leave, the I'lilbidr-lplila Navy Ya further insults (o Amnrlcuiic. I imnie- this afternoon for. ilcxican Tsatcrr. co-le to my iiullce Ciai were off-.-rli.? to leave, the I'lilbidr-lplila Navy Yard carry a crew of SrO men snt! 70 mar ines Americans Angry Over the Mex- ico Outrages and May Demand that the Army Enter Inter- Troops Sent to the Front Today Washinf.ton, 11. C., Apiil 31.-AIter at tlic stale Depart [0 Conlro! Ucean Kales oug-- gested by Dr. Sleele of Souih Pcdh ail tlie must u kmin.imt. mi. Hie plan.- The subscribe.! incut, with Secretary liryan, tepie- apm-oxmiatcly of srnlatives of the Constitutionalists The "message to (liberal Carranza, FOSTER AGAINST SCHEME tike frniu.the farmers is discounted it-was saM, contained.v.hat virtually O'tawa, April 25. During REBELS TO JOIN HUERTA Cafclt to Madrid Car- ranza Makes Ozlinitc State- ment as -i loin for the farmer upon the" j was tiie- reply.'of .the Pnited Stale; i-ndurin'iif n't it the association, most tu his nr.ic of several ilavs ago, pro- consideration oi steamship suaven- ol the paper, hcing discounted at C.ltcsling against tile occupation of tiou_ in Commons yesterday, J2 and IS months. Tlic association stcele of South I'crla made a. sug- which gavo Ihe to a decked-. sire riuiveinerifrriifn-'Vcra-'Cniz interesting- discussinn.--In -dealing Stales Wjth questicn oJ North Atlantic expressed dissatisfaction tlic jiroi' delay action im: London, April caMegram from Vcr.uotiano Carranza, dated Cl'.ikuahua. saying he mcst 'energetically acaiail Ameri- can Invasion of Mtxtco. is pub- lisher] hy a Tress association in Madrid. "Tiie Mexican the mes- sage adds, "vfiil unite to fight as- alnst UIB invaders to Ihe last brcntfc. Of tfie 17.000 Spaniards .in Mexico, many aro ready to (ielit by the side o! Ihe D.C.. Apiil ?5.- -Vn- confir.ntd rornois of thu klliirg ol Americans by mobs in Mexico fiiy, the nrrc-at of American r.iV.roa-i eia- uloyses yesterday at Orizaba, anil ir.- foru-arded to ;hat tho American military ;le; at Vera Cruz considered the sit'i- Has Been Arrived at-Wil' He Submiltetj to Party Caucus GOVT.GCNTROL OF STOCK lion at Mexico and ILro'Jgh the slccfc, togelJit-r.ViHii any i security' they--can cMaiii. Xorth'llattlelord. association' is .no'iv. formulating a. campaign, and it is ci> peeled that tlJs season's operations will see a great nmnhrr oi lioss and t-attle distributed thrctigltotit thoiis- Die Uiiitsd St; aiid'tti'rtras'.fiopn as reparation.' amends cuisltl. be forcrd.froni thn. IJucrta laclion.-lhc cuslftin houses in that ciir would turncU tack to JJan., Ayiil :iJ.-The Telegram this morning published a despatch from its Ottawa stafi cat- rrspcndciit in part' as lolloivs the Cabir.fel today took up the the gcrcni- hart-irfote them the'iSuuble au- dit oi the X. K: hooks, a state- mint- on the physical .value aniPcoa- ditien ol lhe roail, an esliniate oi what he rcquireil to complete ar.rt -.vouH fce to (.ocfms advance If .nosEilrift 'o the (enltoiy controlled by llucrta. with Mexico City as the objective point ol tho Am- erican fortes. The movement, II was geueraHv believed, v.-ould bo on offea- cne. U still is lhe determined policy of torn President to prevent ivar, Uie army und navy aru Tor eir.ergent-y, anil should wor-1 come lo advance to the interior in dtr lo protect life and proper it' is said ilcparliceJit is.-reafly io send In an army ot to men, and to increase (he forces to a tjrent degree along Urn Mexican bor- der. BOKDEK STATKS WANT Today thtre were appeals for more troops ,'rcir. the border slates, and tUe War ofdciMs, con- pidprlng plans for co-oiierating with n militia in these states, also '-vertf working out plane for calling Into lhe service the mliitia ol lhe various stales- tinder the terms of the Volun- teer Army bin just inwscd'. Tho War department throughout the day'was ilian !a llexlco City to .do humming with excitement, although ait he could lor the release, of the no new orders were issued.. Kevorts that General ordered to Vera Cruz'-u'erc: cmnhatically denied. out the Mexican a iirava on-i 'or Aiicrlcans ih.-re, aroused the act- vilv cf tho Washington sovernraent loJay. the autlprllies v.'cre exert- every possible effcrt to net veri- fication of the jreporlf troiti tho Mexican capital, Secrslitv of State IJryan conferred JJraiilian ambassador hero, .iff. Uas- ama, over the arrest of Airit-rlcaiis at and informed .him thai ho had requested the. inallc' representatives in Mesico Cjty to seek the releaso of .the priBoiiers. Ambassador Dasanm Ar-iericrins. It is the purpose, of the association to model tlieir plans alter Ike one in North Ilattleiord and to inject an element of personal interest on the part oi the brnef.ciary, proh- ablr by offering him ilock in the. as fociation.- in Ibis way tho farmers! in ono district- ivill keep n close watch on their neighbors ar.d the danger of losses be eliminated. Tkc ot the association nill extend to the district Immedi- ately' surrounding Lcthbridgc as a ttatter, and applications Irom farm- cis be received from a small ra- dius at. lirst. the idea bring-to apply the benefits the city as well'as the fanner will share the good. Af- ter these nocds are supplied, the as- tociatiou will extend their opera- tions to a larger radius. S. S. Dunham, O. It. -Marr.odi, 11. T. Urymncr, J. I'.. Tracy and A. II. Stafford were appointed to the sub- committee to look intOithc details of organization, to report at the next Meeting. Much enthusiasm was evinc- ed 'uy the large number who attend- ed the. session yesterday. til Trades .Commission 40.COO ROUNDS tjl-s undertaking, and a brici on "lhe whole compiled by the scripral. a plan for Elie S5l-fion of this difficulty been readied is frcelv adiiufleil heie, NEW FIRM Mr. of RFce Taken the Firm Dunlop On Mfty'l. Ii. A. REco, will become n memhrr of the law tint of 'iJunloji, and tho new Jinn 'will bo litionii hj- the tin in p. of fihei'l'.trd, UniiToii ft Hicr. Mr. Itice IR ri or Uallionfie LSI--' Scliool, llnltrax. N'-S., mu] wss nd- inltk'tl lo tNp N.S. bar In April, nml to tho AllicrU liar In JiM3. lie II.IB In tnc clly for iipvard of a >tnr, and lias made inany friends r-xk'iid to him their congraltfa .llr. Hire Is onn of thft authorities duly constituted to- re- has inquired into the mailer 'and ccivc it. their rcpnrt. This H-iiuIrt "take] ijejtcfary Hryan later anno-jnccd h a meanwhile the lodav that all American consuls in i Mexico, whether in Kcdrrnl or Con- steamship companies would lo liigb rates. I be coiiimoo anil effective inethnd would tv lo tia a lire of government own- ed Lonts v.onhl aiTun) cheaper IransportAtion and control the rales. .Hon. Mr. Footer in b-aid'that if-Hie. is soing lo go in- to the business of carrying agricul- iKTfil prntiucls, litiw couM-it kcev oul- of drAic; same thing for other Canadian industries and interests- Tu critcr upon a national policy ol ocean ________ traiisputtatton would be lo invite 'many ttiflicultifs. While it is Tn a loiter from W. A. Huchanafl, j-jrativdy easy mailer to control lo- M.P., to the LellibridHf Uoaul of. rai companies doing a coastwise Tr.ide, that boJy was inforiued thf.: Iradc, if was a difierenl mattci to tlio fron; thia district conirol sca-Roiag cninuiercc. -The soicrnment for' mail, services limalf nt conlrqt lines is in were bcinEr favorably conFlricred at cotnpctiUoii, is yearly increas: Ottrvivn, and thai it was nroliahle ihac ing. ;nrvirc would bn incusyratcil r'oiir J. 11. Burnhcim, Conservative mem- a we ok on the three rfintos sup- her for Wrst I'etctboro, considsrcrl The government require that while difficulties in the way are nrlhir support on some of tho they are.not insifnnoiiniaWc. ions, the service 5b prncEtcaUy A grcdt government, he j do great lliings. Sureiy the Epvp.rn- __________ jnifbt '.vas not going to llitowiip its KING ALFONSO .say that il could not. fin OK LANDED'- LAST NIGHT-: slUntionhlisi territory, had.bwn au- thorized by the.Stalp lleparlincnt to cave tlic cmmlry, they will withdraw, hovtevrr, was Irlt in eioli consul's discretion. LETHBR1DGE WILL LIKELY GET RURAL MAIL DELIVERY niirl i iiiKlri'iiifl of nnr ynnni, v-c 'vish him cverj Rcltasl. Irrlanil, ApriV dunsigriincnt of about rif- ks and hnlf a million rounds oi ammunilioti from GermanyT was landed at isolated poinls on Ihp coast of lister during the night and distributed by means of 2C-0 automobiles to the various head- quarters uf the ristor volunteers. The Ulstertiien, who declare them- i selves detonninrd to oficr a stern armed.resistance to the lion of Home were mobil- ized early last night and guarded ;J HIP Initdlnt; V'STS and the roads tint il" the" distribution oi the arms been completed. j The polirr- were potverlesK to ami all commuhicatior.s were interrupted.. on Tuesday next, it ht subniit- trd'to a caucus ot lhe government party. "ii accrjtterl by tlic party, tl.fl Can- adian Xorthern railway officials will le notifieil oi the government's pro- posals. The ol those pro- pc'sjls will he immeJiately ty legislation, v.-hilc-'non-acceiJlance will mean that flic C. N. K. imwt get ish AmtJarsatlor. Mr. Ulano, thai Mex-. "-o had turned its affairs in the Uri- iled States over to his government tho iiart ol this fiiriher emphasized. However, tJmt tfiob violence could uot Le construed I lciaa> inai as any deliberate act of General Hu-i orta. and that il co-jld bo his EOTerntnenl that it was powerless j to control the situation, owing to the j aiiti-Amt-ncau fceliiit; aroused by Uie seizure ot Vera Cruz...... Although no military orders were to acton Is frora Madrid yes- was willing T in thn differences tliid government and Jloxico, tlie selection of Spain to look after the affairs of Mexico was regarded with significance. Although thero have been several Informal sugges- tions oT diplomatic intervention from known until after the party caucus, but it is believed that consolidation of subsidiary companies with tneiiar- company anil practically govern- operations to co-operalo merit control oi the tnajonty ol the v Secretary of the Navv stock will be among the fea-', turcb of the terms ofiere'd. I A "Financial il nieP T Kill he hrihc form oi a bend jW rotary Uamson ileclarad tint tto Ircoi'S eu roule lo Vera Cruz to rein- force Ilic naval forces thfere, be- son. Wcthersposn, chief of stall, iind Lwnanl ivtm lins been cliosen to 'llrcct it officials, early in tlie antef, .inrt will hr nliuut 50 of tlic .tinount rc.iuircil to completo toad, will have, to n finance Uic remainder. It is thought1 Va forl" l''3 ___ lliey will he in a position to do :or flW or ascreaslvj the WOULD ARBITRATE Mr linrnlurn viwcd wif JfadrW, Spain, Apiil 2l.-Kin. i.c statcrnmi. Iliat nnctlicr year Is to close v.-lthoul iiny supreme effort hcnig to solve in a general way, .if a eotenur.ent (Ir.rls it c.innot rlo any- fonso. It 'was reported his willingness to ael as nrbilra- [or bct-.vecn the l.'nltcd Slates and Provisional President .lluerta. If agreeable to both sides. thins, ii s'noTd way lo others. UNITED GRAIN UCERS HAD so if tlic government guarantee liehintl the oilier half rcquireil.11 VERY GOOD operations of the troops wo-.ilfl bt, tho sfcTfcfary vvo'jltl not sny. It wriB declared, hovcrc-r, lliat there ind been PIO rlinnge In tlie policy of.! In an unofficial report from Con- sul Canada, at Vera Cruz, .the Stato srjartment was informed today -everal Americans wore, placed nn- iler arrest in City, after he- ing taken from the refugee train that Charpo O'SSiaughnessy anrl ills party to Vera Cruz. J. Stair Hunt and his familv were among those ar- Hurton Wilson taken from the. train at ttic first station out of Mex- ico City. OF TERROR Further details as to conditions In MEXICO CITY HDY. GIHOUARD M.. Citv were given Consul Can- GRANTED A DIVORCE the government to M tlSM who Have April the Dlvoice "nlcss retn'.ialory tactics Vcra t a Ivljlon today the' undefended ncti- 8bonl11 to f reign of terror In the capital, ami con- lion of husband, Sir Kd-vard against her: ert'- E0nie ovprl actlon oa lhe, Part Ulrcimrd. "lo Constltiillonaltets should de- Tbc directors ot the United Grain fomer, yof Montrenl, for niovement Into Mev WOULD LEARM EFFECT OF FREIGHT RATES No'.wrong he without a rem-1 producers, Lid., met in their office, ot richts was nly. It WES a si ;n oi weakness, and not' uthhriilge Hotel block, Thursday af- CUT 0( strength, lliat years alter yi-ar we1 tcrnoon, lox the purpose of going l-omlon. April Canadian confess iliat we cannot do what 6th-i0ycr the husiticss rt bst year-anil to Asioclatcd Press tca'rnj that an in- 'cr coinlrics do. 'rhe.demann "of the. cnnsiiicr' btanchiiig out (luring the patty financiers licrj hr.s farmers, lie arlilrd, is tlial ferson or coining yrar. E. dipratched a renrcBontatlve to Can- some should rise up ami ircas., gave a report of.the business nda in report fully on the fulnro cf- solve tl.ese problems, lor they1 must done during year. feet cf the reduction freight rates. in western (bc solved. (Continued on 1'agc The company handled bush- els ol grain las! season, the greater Ico. Neutrality on'ltie rarl ol Hie iVnisUliillonelfiitc. officials believed, WINDING UP BOND CO. would lie observed.' Toronto, Onl., Ap'rlj the pe-: VKHA CRUZ IIASR- tllion to wind up Uic Dominion Hond IN EVENT OF WAR Co., Ltd., Mr. Justice Mlrt-1 Shouhl war be forced upon this nov- dlcton, tills mornlug, reserved jndg- oinment, it was poinU-d oyl, the o' operations would be nt Vera CiU7, firm the rerorls of anti-Amerkaa oulbreaJiS. A mob entered Porter's H6le1, BE American [nslilulEou. insulted Iho guealfi, srr.aihed vindows, and emp- tied tho hotel. The guesls were tak- en to other hotels, and the manage- ment of lha hotel went io Vera Cruz. The American club was attacked and several nlores were- demolished. (Continued on Neuvo Laredo Lies a Smouldering Ruin lo Texas, April IIMVJ-. guards were maintained at the.'. cans had dona no damage that point nail also 1o Dulnlti, to the advantage. Veiy litlle U. S. Army Deserters -Won't Fight in Mexico' At least two of I'ncle Sam's icsu- larj T.lll not parli'.lpalo In any ncliiu ru'i.K in what was Hie popu- two liiternatiunal bridges. H side. On the Mexican side, west this year, owing to the' service in Mexico. is lnudrr town ol Xucvo- other1 attempts to dynamite liowcvcr, destruction was complete, fact that no premiums wcie avail-' j y_ a nativo of Iliiffalo, li'ir.ilrcds ol liuildlrd in cverj leans of ccnirriuiiication between I-'ircs ivcre still burnlns throughout able there "ntii practically all of the y anij unipi, Simpson ot Ohio, there Is no fire crop nad hem handled. dCblltlllC II: possiljie tho two lyiv.r.s woiiM he ir.artc. Two the city today, as mere is no lire crop "nail nrcn nanmcu. to i.e here, were visihle reminders .Mcvicnns v.cre ihof ycstrnlay in at- Uglilinj apparatus nvailablc. Among J A vole of thanks ivas tenOercd both of tljc desolation wrought late tempting