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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BIG BRICK INDUSTRY IN CITY ANNOUNCED James A. Close of Woodstock on the Way COMMISSIONER TRACY. MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT Company Already Has its Site North of the Ciiy Power Building CAN JOHN D. DO IT1 President Wikon AI'KS Him to Use His Good Offices to Colorado Strike April siilcul lias made iiersonal anneal lo John D. llockcftttCT to bring about a settlement of the Colorado coal strike, und end the ilok-nce which has cost a score of lives and large loss. Another Refugee Train Arrives at Vera Cruz; General Funston on the Way With More Troops welcomes new end IIIIHIHMUS industry. Commissioner Tracy announced to- dav the establishment of the Lctli- tuiilfce Fate llritli and Clay I'roducls rompaliv. Mr. .lames A. Close, ol Ontario, wlw spent Eiimo liu'.c last fall investigating the prospects lor tliis business, arrivrd in the tins morning. Mr. Close is tic inventor of Kfvcral iinpnitant machines used in the manufacture of brick, ar.S lias InA a experience, in the britk business. Mt. Close is taking up Ins residence in I.ethbridge and his fam- ily will shortly'rfmove. to the city, fir to give his whole limn to of the business. Mr. William Close and Mr. Charles Chct- rett, also of and both Found Guilty of Shooting Wit Intent lo do Bodily Injury U. S. DESERTERS SENT U Brazil, Chile and Argentine Make Offer to Settle Trouble Without War-The President is General Funston Lands at Vera Cruz witii More Troops I'aul Kalaman, a homesteader liv- ini> east of 5111k Hirer, who faced a rclt, also of on umu c-" 01 practical bride men, accompanied Mr. ;diuige ol shooting at Joe Lctiibriosc, and will engage i with intent .to maim, pleaii- I tlic enterprise. Three carloads o! machinery lor the nrr factory are isow en route, and barring delays- Ihc. company ex- led not guilty, to tlie chargo in the e district court on Saturday afternoon, bul tlit evidence of -five witnesses convicted Utii, and It was sentenced reels To have Its'firRl products on j 10 ons year in the 1'rovindal jail at the market liy July 1st. The com- labor, hy .luilge Jackson. i pany will manufacture tartstry [Icy pressed uricic, holloiv tiricl; and liiain Vera April 27.-There was: iejoicir.5 iierc today when word was received 'from the Hriliyh minister, Sir Lionel iu Jlevico City, that Citneral Ilucila had to permit another reiugee train to leave the capital and tlial 250 foreigners, including Americans, would arrive in Vera Cruz toir.jrrow. previously the hopes oi Americans here who had relatives and frie'nj? in the capital uad bcf'n huoycd up by statement given out in-hehalf of Ad- miral Fletcher that he had iniorrna- tion which led him to hope for the early arrival ol more American re- faWKtfc-, battleships rimming Ike. city Jtonl last opportunity the Mexicans liad Much n! ihe niarliinery to be used in this factory is of Mr. Close's own design and manufacture, and it is likely that- wr.ei: .the brick plant is well' uncif r way, Mr: Close will fur- Iher. engage in the manufacture pi hrict machinery- iit l.ethbria'ee. A trael ol siileen acics has iiffn putch.iwd lioic.lhc C. P. R. for the '' located. just 1. shops il road The shooting was the culmination a'urir.s of family- rows, and was with a shotgun. Xagy claimed hat lie miisttl geltins hit only by norlh of (he old; and is hounded hy liie. on the iiorl'li'anil west. tract in cludes the ol'l site anJ shale pile oi the No. I Mine. The lapfslry hriek and tto dr; pressccE brick which Mr; Close pro posrs' 10 manufacture have new color features- which it .is clairafd wil rrmnuanri 'unusual attention. .Mr Close is craflilrnt he can shaic -the. with I tie most popular face bricks in all of Western Canada and b ducking his head, and later by hi; gun r.way Irom Ualanian. E. C. UacKenzic appeared on' behalf oi the iccuu't, ar.clC. F. .Conybearc, K. lot'the crown. John t! White and Italph Simpson, the''two U. S. army deserters who pleaded liuilty of theit of jo'iids.Sro'ii at Chin, acre seiiWcM this inoihingV'ta sis-months eich at hard labor in Iho I'rovincial jail. bet- beyond the breakwater eagerly scan- for handling their own afiairs in Vera tcr treatment oi all Americans there ned the horiipn for the iiiokc of the' Cruz under their own laws, disap- ar.d possibly for; tiu-ir eventual re-, battleship Louisiana acd the trans- peared. lease. Neil !r. importance to lhece de- velopincnts was the cspcctcd arrival .battleship Louisiana acd ports she was conycyicg. Vera Admiral Fletcher and his stafi tcrminjd that there should be MAHTIAL LAW Ctui further quibbling with Mrsn-an otn in forms ol oiernmi-n, Of the brigade of troops commanded is tenight unrter martial law. Rear cials fcrms dl MacKfnzic appeared on behalf oi the bv (jeneral Frederick Kur.slon. The Admiral Flttcher, Commanding the anil, unlil further notice, residents oi silvers were expected beloro nisht. naval forces on-shore, toJay issued a this port will live ami be judged h> I fall and Ibe sailors on the of proclamation to this'XScct, and the laws. ULSTER GUN RUNNING STRAINED TODM ACCIDENTAL SHOOTJNG Didn't Know It Was Loaded Accident Brandon ST.Kred, ler. a living at MISS JONES QUITS iftarkct with tlie most popular face tei% living at Micks in all of Western Canada ynd HC5ton. tho he cvpr-cts to compete, for this liusl- hospUr.t here un SitunUy night, ness at .all points hctwcfn Winr.ipng ering from a Inrtlet wound In-the ami Victoria. hack cnuded from, tic accidental EMPEROR FRANCIS SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Vienna, Austria, April or Frauds -losepli pussed another good The. olflclnl billlellu Is- Mlcd tills morning says the catarrh from he hnd been suffering 3ias become easier, anil th though slil looser. back enured from. tic accidental discharge ot a .22 rllle !ii the. hands an elder brother, who seeing a bit through aa open window, 'went Bhoot at It. not knowing the gun a at hilt-cock. Lctlinrldge's lady city clerk Is no longer on the -Joii.- Miss E. M. '.lonca, who was appoint- cd lo Ibis Important position