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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME LCTHBRIDCE, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. 1911 NUM11EK 117 Mexican Soldiers Drill to Fight U. S. Opinion of Forrrier American, and Now a Booster for Alberta GOOD CHANCES HERE Capiti alisls of Slates Look for a Place to Invest Their Cash -More American settlers and capi- tal -Kill come into'western Canada this year than ever before." In the face ot the general opinion that imuiisration to, and Investment in western 'Canadian provinces win slack Ibis year, tho statement seems -rattier startling. lt n-adc id the Herald in KooJ faith, and vder" the strongest conviction by I'M! McCrystle .of .Calgary, for- inerly of. San Francisco, one ot tbe speakers ut tlie Ad 'cl'ab. meeting night, wlio is in 'closo toucli wit nancial movements on llic other side ot the line! Tlio line of reasoning (oi'owlug the assertion is also very convincing. .McCryslle argues that there is an cnoru.ints arrjremt ot capital ly'ing ilonaant in the l.'ulled States, and that the only natural outlet for in- to 'western Canada and Alberta, which, he claims, Is the beet advertised province of the. west. Tlio principal reasons for the lack ot good investments In tho United Stales at the present lime, says, Eccnia to be a lack of confidence in -.the present 'administration on the "part'of Ihc rnoney'ed men of tho coun- try because'of ,that administration's antipathy. corporations and big of..tho In- ter'sfalo' ComtneltOc Commission lo allow the railways' an 'advance_ii their freight in" the iace'ofTian times., arid'tlio fact-that through the working ot" the parcel post the Un iteJ Kx'press Co. has been forced ou of business: Tlie Pennsylvania Hall road lias alone laid off over thirl) trains, thus swelling the ranks oi Ihc unemployed.' Tl-.e' investments b? with uu'limi.fed capital, in stock! An everyday o( Mexican soldi t's' training in Mexico Clly, Mexico Fresh Outbreak at Forbes Gamp Worse Than War With Mexico PRES. WILSON STEPS IN Ko'rr.i-s, Colo, April -Hev'co' aiti dead iu tho.Koines vamp-oi thi llociy Mountain FiH-1 Mos of llit mine buildings :ire ih'.ashfs Nine defenders are bul-ar believed to have reached the Jlajtsti mine. Three skikcrF arf nought have been killed, in tl.c litest- oul bleak iu Ihr Colorado labor.war. MOKE TllOOVS DESPATCHED Lcavcuworlh, Kas.( April squadron' of Ihe Sill UuiUd States Cavalry ordered to Color- ado strike zone, entrained at- Fort I.favenworlb for .Trinidad at Ihrec o'clock Ibis morning. Thu troops 300 strong, under command o! Captain U. Huerta IVrites Letter to Toronto Man DC. l-A I1 BCPOBLICA ftCXICJ i H. Rico. LAKE STEAMER GOES DOWN; 20 DROWNED Duluth, Jlinri., April [11 from the lire-saving crew at tho head ot lakes make it prncllcally cer- tain lhat the steamer Uenjamin N'oulo her a crew pf; twenty Xohlo was a freight vessel, ownen the Capitol Transportation Co., of Detroit. John A. Krancoiribe of Detroit is the manager, and T. said the squadron would arritc in Trinidad-early tomorrow morning. STEPS IX Washington', C., April sident has asked thf President Ui is mv J'- n I Helm rn. of Duiuth are the local: oi the Kentucky As- aoriDr: .CoatcotoJ.l3 atflnta cart3jljjistj vicioa, __ _. le el sus. eerr. aarag utiliaadoa ___ __ usted attftto y'oegurn ecTVidor.. Toronto, Ont, April M. Rlcb, a Mexican citizen, living at 3S Baldwin street, wrote President Hil- been drawn lo your communicatl dated the 27th of February last, an DECLHRED lediators Ask Thai Mexico and United States Suspend Ag- ressive AcUsn DURING NEGOTIATIONS European Powers to be Asked to Exert Their Influence With Wilson Washington, April 'armis- tice in the diificultics between iuc. ited States and Mexico has ask- ed of this government and General lluerta by the South American en- voys, who have undertaken to avoid war tbrouth inedialion. Ambassador Dagttiia of lirazil. today notified Secretary liryan that they had de- termined upon Hie r.exl step in Hie addressed lo Senor tlio President of negotiations ar.il that Ueneral Hucr- ng. and efforts aro. beiug made to ocate Ihe vessel. gross tone, was 230 feet iu length, with a 42-fool team. Freight 1 'Meeting. Today SMITHERS EXPLAINED Hat Raising J Aid Industry (Special to The "Herald) WATER TURNED INTO' DITCHES; HERE ON FRIDAY rla asking whether he should relurn-lhc rtermblic. slntlng your loyal in-jia had also been nolilied. o fight. The president declined, indentions. With reference-lo tie of-1 The envoys have seen several he letter reproduced above, on the'fer of your services, I beg to state that the matter was nol ur- ;ent. The 'signed by Hu- erta's private secretary, read: ''.My Esteemed has prom- Mexicans well posted on the they not be needed at present, though yon may be called upon later. ''1 beg to remain; your obedient servant "JESUS 51. RABAGO." Three Cattle Rustlers Were All Convicted Special-to the Maclepd, April three Cald- weil cattle rustlers, who appeared bo- fore Judge McXei'ir last week when irrigation, water wil heavailablo: elected for a speedy trial, were ihn fai-mr.rc flip I lUFft Q1S- 3 ____________j Medicine Hat, April 'the to "ihe'piomise ol.thi -to. thR farmers on. the I.ethbridge. dis- yesterday, "were remind trict by Ihe firsl ol'OIay according untiMvcdnwday, ic C. 1 c isen was coi Consolidation of Companies anc Reduction of Features objebt of assisting worthy industrial-Mast .fall.' ent oi'opcration and maintenance a! concerns who; need capital, oi naturnl resources uiiosc name'is withheld o: Medicine Hat are organUIng a infotmed ,the Herald that the xater Vis .previous record, ondltions in the Southern Republic. Tiny iiavr a iisl oi wcll-inlormed Mexicans in this eounlty representing ill shades' oi'opinions and are stcV- ng to harmonize ti.e view point oi all Elements and factions.' POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS In Ihc absence of authoritative in- :ormation the mcdialois, con- jecture look a wide range as to tlie various plans they are lifcely to con- sider. One oi these was that at the outset licrth sides might he asked temporarily to suspend aggressive ac- lion while the mediation proceedings were going on. While this would not suspend ordinary army'or naval pre- parations yet it ivould hold in abey- slice'.any'decisive forward mp.vcrr.eaf ptr.dtng the elinrts toward mediatipn. Tlie report also persisted that CUE of (he proposals likely to lie ered was -provi-iiorial cpm'mis-" nvicted or, four R. B. BENNETT-' INSURGES iloh in Mexico, n onr while the i but this also Ihc envoys treated, as, cowpany, known as the Indus- trial Loan. Guarantee Co., a' flne million dollars. ''V iTigiit Ihirly leaditg clllzeaB ________ _ the report of a ijecial com- laniounl 'turned on was 400 second mittce and passed on tlie prospectus.- J feet, which is said lo be sufficient to was turned into the main ditch, lasi t night nt'Kimball, near. tbe.Udited Stales boundary, and lhat it 'would, reach l.etbbridge about Friday. The Ottawa. Ont., April three charges, -llvc-mcmterc, with but two known ox- sentence will proiiosnl' of one of the many congcslmra! ideas be- ir.g advanced in their study of ihe en- tire field. As a result oi tho conferences held London, April at- the Former of C.nad. I must ha the enterprise, money can be secured. tf.eir i The scheme is said to he unitiue am- of Canada than ever before! The' liai1 thf. 4 T ffl" OTf drie propose, ready been Invesled Canadian se- deiending itself .against lends to abow thai Ihe ad- ,nHhal vvnk-h had tnjoyed ever since, ils birth, while. ciiril-- .vantages are well .filiuwn." .ivlii .this money go he "oilier two companies were', de- Mr.' McCrystle was tlicfiisejvos ,roa) ,hc pr'ospcct OLD HAMILTONIAN DEAD 'Sulfer. From Double Pneumonia In Ihe official state Imcnt issued lonld'it: j The accused man Christiansen is j aro tho'feilures the same man.who apptyrcJ before S9.-John Douglass Slinrcme CouH_last witll ws o, c- NV n. Sutherland CVmpndl, Duko of gyle, ,ls suffering from double nncu- bnl-s i "1 suhsidlary companle, but on (hat nccasion bolh Iln. Total pre tJ. "It go largely toward voloimVc.nl nf our-nalural resources." lio replied, "nnd Inward tbe establish- nc K rr.ent'ot big Industries, the develoiiing' of having lakcn from them wiat-they Ihc (le- lo t.njoy. .'when their lines hcro today. Hamilton, put, Apn'l i monla, and his ccnditioa Is said to he Ms Stiff, 73 years old, for many yean jerious. He ivas taken ill a week ago jj understood that .sent stock caplta'iiiatlon K clearly Ihe tentative view point ot he United States. Uul it is under- stood thai neither side as yet has stibroitied any written or final state- of 'what they would or would not accede, the way being lelt clear to-canvjss each side and seek gradu- ally lo bring thrm nearer together rather lhan to develop definite points of disagreemenl. EUKOPEAS NATION'S AnE AI'PKOACHED Tho South American mediators have approached the European pow- ers, it learned in diplomatic 'cir- cles fcda'y, with Ihe request- that tt.ete nations eiert Influence 'on sideni Wiison to have him make con- ditions which woiiid render the suc- cess of tbe negotiations possible. secretary of: (he Board of Trade, died The shareholders, Years ago he wlU) old Eastern an'd'lster 6pr.ui ]etgc sums (or jwltb the Grand Trunk at Hamilton, of our mines, onr ovi nnd gag wells And oiir farms." Speaking of the milling industry, Jlf." McCrystle faiil thai Iho market for onr flmir is'lis nnlimiteJ, eapeclal- Oj thn lino. The Hallway lio doubt, thuughl that Ihc. Canadiari-.I'acirx' Hailjvay. was well able to heir: ths if ducllon. Tlie effect mayhe less, than is now estimated and'it.-inay he cs auditor, superintendent ar.d gener- al manager. ly In the Orient. Tho Orientals arc.i te compensations in increased trat- becoming a hread eating said Mr. if we gradually Forsaking rice as the I can show that these -reductions; al- chief urliclo'of diet; and Mr McCry- though they can he uorne by our file predicted that Iho mills in rich im- ern CanaiJa would nol be able to (nc earnings on w-hich we handle the.demand. ourselves relied when we entered into Mr. M'cCrystle Is a great believer In agrfeinenls. willi the Eovernmcnt, 1 Ibo future of'Albcrta, and avows that sure the. government will have Ibis province will be Ihe firsl to lake Ihc supporl ot the. Canadian parlia- tl.o lead followliiK the period of dc- in.cUher.restoring the-rales or coinpensafmg ns in some way for tnc invohcd.' I have r.n doubt lhat ALLEGED CATTLE RUSTLER CHARGED WITH BURGLARY at Kent'House, Rast Cowcs. stolen by the three men The-Duke.of Argvle Governor- j luey'riow await senlence, were General of Canada eelween 1873 and pfopefty-of Ihc Mormon church. caltle which the Since hn. hns been Castle. in.gov-j C., was Ihe I'lndsor crown prosecutor, and Colin Maelcod, for the accused men. One Hundred Strong Lethbridge Ad Club Born Last Night Under Auspicious Circumstances Live Wire Organization Launched With Live Wire Speeches by J..P. Tracy and Calgary Visitors J. Sehl President-Has 100 Members to at Start .Than Any Ever Launched in Canada. With Iho. hra-sl initial membership Har.kin, president oi the Calgary Ad man ftf Ihc commiUce which ,7 .jni.i. Club, and one ol the best boosters in undertook -the launching ot tnc recorded ma Canadian Ad (te SCnmc> ppt.nc4 totalling one hundred to .Vltw, Aptil the lioinfileadrj whti Inrnetl that-ncvcr in liie history ol Ad clubs few relnarks evidence at the trial, ih.u yi lasl wejV, slands chargr.d v.'itii rob- j pnnv 1 1. _ SMcr.il bliarehohlcrs deprecated the -Ilimllr, issur i-cv.1 capital lor some King's. (I me. Air.'Smitlicrs, replying, said hr present moment the. corn- no.intention ot issuing fnr- hing the store, of Chss.'ll. Kinillay c.ivital but they had undfrtakfn at Mounlriln View. The roMirty is; thoiiglrt been enirifd niil shortly bcloie. (Jlirisl mas lasl- ye.ir. .J. K. Parker, I'., and .Mr. Kind- lay have made n searrh of llir.rtlcy's fircmises and loujid 'tv.fi i-nals, fuc pairs of '.gloves, and other articles 'all hearing Ihc cost mark.' of flic l-'imll.xy Slorc. The acciiKrd be tried on this charge one of the known and if. CUT were honnd lo complete The ir.ec-ting was full ot oulsland- hearted manner in which the Lclh- to mean tip and maVe a feilurc. which have never bridge business uicil had taken hold noise." lie relerrcd lo the loo easily l.cthbridgc, but the fea-iol tho idea. He informed his listen- acquired habit ol passing on deprcss- lurc nf leiituies was the unqualified cis that Ihe Calgary Ad Club organ- ing he said the Ad success of the efforts of the men after a long period of agitation, wnnlrl cure by hind the guns to enlist th.c co-oper- witli wily 30 tncmhcra, and that four-iramo of.mind of Ihc REVELSTOKE hii allo.n (if the men who are vitally in- terested In Ilic welfare of fhe city and the promotion of ailvcrlising and piihliciiy, as well