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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. TWELVE 1'ACES LETHIIR1DGE, ALBEKTA, THUKSDAY, UECKMIIKR 11, CENTS NU.MUER 1. B.OFI. WIHM Macleod Business Men and the Hazelmerc Farmers Gel Closet Together HEAL OLD SORES Conference Ends With a Beller i Mixed Farming Sentenced on ihe to lie Released on Bad-Luck Steps in Argument ol C. N. R. Counse on Proposed Freight Rales' Reduction in the West IS ARRESTED AT OGDEN AFTER ESCAPE AT 'HfcT AND BEATS A6AIN Calgary. UK. II Snuurl .Saun- colored ------------------1 ELECnflHSfflEAlMTDKlL SIR LIONEL I li.cjruraled in the provincial jai! here lor nearly a ytar. -lu411' alias Frank ll'icr, alias Frank John- son, was beginning to look loiward to the Hth day ol.-lanuaiy, 1BU. as tne happy day of liis release, but all Ihosc foml dreams were shatter- ed tliiK marnine. When asked by tlif police magistrate this morning as lo liis correct cognomen, llie. prisoner gave the name ol Johnson. Ucdrr the came ol .ludd, he was sentenced lo tbe provincial jail from Medicine MM it mar seem, Ibrre is nothing more (or S-IS on a charge nf Ibefl. -y 2Sllh, IS13. On CASE OF B. C. Power (o Regulale Rates is in the Hands of That Province Ufc. lO.-P v.as on 0( KeljtuaryV lie from lers, Ibe colored nrnour wli'j es- r> n L L-ap-d from the ji.x.w.ii.p. barrenI Attendance Percentage Reach- ed the Highest Point Ever Reported Here Medium af- ter !jf lud IPNI seuictrtd in ol two ytars OH a. ikirjc oi '.lirtt, was at (it'lra, five miles from tliis city, li'Jl rnarlc his sec- unJ esiapc throusli :i far u-itulow, as he being bruugLl in lo t'al- gary. lie is Ihoushl In IJP in L'al- Rary at the present lime, in hiding in OLE ol the resorts 'wrc. 11 is Ijdijytd that he ua-M'1 tliro'jRli Ulh- hriJgc on Tuesilay nijln vj hoanl freight train. A SAD CASE Child Unable lo Attend Sclioo Shoes or Clolh- J conducive lo harmony (ban :i now and Iben bo that on Ihe. btttiislh of this belief, the farmers of on January 1913, ithc llaielnicrc district ami the Mac- was re-arresled letnl Board oi. '1'raoe will in Salute Oi frank anil sen- lie 'lire-pared to bury the hatchet of winter to a term fancied grievances, for some tln'.e'of the provincial jail lor rthc farmers olllaiclmcrc 'nave heen fcorsc-stealins. hir.dtr the iinii.'fsslon lhal the Mould j On Ms return to the liolol Ite Itiv- jof Trade, was antagonistic- to their M j.-rajjk Uacr. .and the inability nf Ihc ot- i onk.er was uharse liccrs oi the boircl lo altecd anj lhouxbt ings al llar.rlmcrc, has helpeil lo cscapfd as 'ibe Mrinsihrii 'his delusion. However, in j who escaped nearly a response lo oil-repealed invitations, plevious. And so Messrs. A. 11. Allen. President 01 j is up on llic Oltav.a. 'Uic- tbe Kaihvay Hoard In the western rates case Ibis morning, G. -Mct'hillips. counsel for BilliElh Columbia, asked llie Hoard to llx rules for ILe coast l-.-rmiices the same basis for Ihe tbrec prairie provfnccs. Failing io salil, the board should order a lo- al rate schedule for British Columbia i a. basis of local rates not higher an that charged by American com- etinR for the Canadian 1'atiflc ud Canadian Norlhern. -Mr. McPhllllps. In replying lo lien. Truc..to expectations, tlic i fd 'Jul during [ho lad's .llazclmercbns, who were out in lull that his conduct strength, attacked thc board Irom all: bc bcllcr ji. !ie jeinained in liul thc men from town easily I; 'OIallCC uut ,vardea laid Ihc turned aside the-shafts and at llie ,saip'st him yesterday, lively clashes bpth I hands in wbal is e-i- lo lic( everlasting and aj-opci- -ilivc hannony. I Following two _inlerc.slins and in- ..trdcliye aOdrcssen.oii'Hy'e. stuck and tcspcctively-lroin Messrs. W.' Slovens, livcitdck commissioner, 'ud K. H. principal.nl ihc Experimental [arm al Slralh- norc, Mr. McFaddrn, president ot tho jlazelmerc Ijiveslock- association, an- ___Johnson 'was s. joy ride nlo the city tills morning to appear jolore ilngUlralc Ellon. He pleaded guilty, to tile charge o breaking jail' and stated that he wish ed lo rcrqriu. Drt, Rivers'. :o the prlBo'rierV'Eood''-'-1-'" Uur ton the. of thc Board ol ,frade dtlegafion, anil staled th'at 'Ir. Turner, tlir- secretary of Ihe Haz- .liiiere association, was in possession. 'f the facts relating to the cslablish- of the. Xorlb Batlletord Livc- association nnd he ivould give 'ic same to llie On. rising to speak, .Mr. Turner, has cosily euvucil the title ol iblicity commissioner of JileJ (hit lie ami livs ccrvtrcrcs it gathered (or goasip, nor ivcrc Ins been saiu, a huneh_ ol They ii'crc out to heller fCir contlilinn to engage in mix- farming and if possible gather Mm (hoic preicnt, suggestions as to i on MnjfJtrnte'Elt JoliDjOn'E attitude appearHnce, nnil. b'li, account otf hte age, vhfch U only .21, dealt lenicnll: wita tlru. Ife penlenced lo serve out lao unexpired .lorni ol HVQ month 13 to .date from Januar. Hlh. 1911, and an additional SO days Tlilg means that he will ue. reteasei on the 2Cth day of July, insttria o the Hth day ol MUSTN'T COLLECT CUSTOMS AT POINT OF SIX-GUN CoultE, Dec. vio- Isncc as.a reiult of his operallor.s herd, temporary sub-collector" of the cuttoniG Price, made applica- tion to the department for a re- volver, but wai advised that it was not.the with of the depart- ment to force, payment of customs dutltt at the point cf a. gun. ALL BUT THREE FOUNO GUILTV AND SENTENCES WILL BE IMPOSED TODAY Vancouver, 11- C.. h'Jt three of the union miners whose trial on three charges oE riot oils injury to property, unlawful as ucstlon by Chairman JJrayloii, said scmhly, and riot" at Lailysniilh agreed that to a certain extent August, ended "yesterday evening in Columbia has the rate Eitua- .Inslire Morrison's assize court, ion in her own handfi, the found guilty, and v.'ill h-- 5ejitencct. dian Xorlhern line lu that prov-'. some 'tinic-torlay.-, nee does not come unde.- the control Ale.vandcr Ulmsfj Joe Mtars, if the Hallway Hoard, but lias on jphn Iluinc. arc; the three who wer Ereeinenl as to rales wltli thc prov- I'acquitted. Jliko l.y'nan. Mite. -Mai o( ijslitutinns, and an ing Session of Manitoba Legislature Legislative Programme Miner Embillercd by Result of the South African Strike Settlement, Shoots Man., llee. t three n'cloi-k- this afternoon, lie fnurih !.e.ssion of tlie present leRisla- ture was oprr.ed willi customary _ state hy I.ic-uieii.int (iovernor C. j Qpe of the Wealthiest Cair.eron, the STrathcona Horse fur-' the csi'orl, and llie nineliclb regiiiieul thc guard ot. honor, wliile at the conclusion oi Ihe formal proteed- ii.js a salute of iiflrc-n funs was _________ I fired by the thirlielb Held ballery. I'liic real business ol the sfssioii will I.elhbridge ii-bnols sel a record opfll ihc allenilance ilurinc the month of No-1 ol Ifcc spccxh from il.c ember, u-lien llie of thrum- will ue nioyed hy E. L. Tay- VICTIM WILL RECOVER Gold Mining Magnates in South Africa T.'nion ol South Af- rica, UK-. II. itltrnpt ivau mudc loilay lo assassinate Sir Lioa- .mlanc'e was It is ratbvr p, e. rhillips, U.e leaning _goM minin, Pruliablk" tliis is the last, culiar, therefore, in tbe lace of that Truant OJIicer Lamb i South Africa. Thrco siinls K-erc liicd al him. One oullct slwuld repoil a case unheard oi tlie history oi srliools eating Hat promisr, tu lie an busy tbe spei-eb the indi- e, llic guicrnnirnl v.-ill oHcr ol is Jc- clared lo be r.ot grave: The woulrt- was the first .lime destitution lias j ever been recorded as an PICLISC for j building, a; rv- non-allrcdance, nalmftlly csciwfl llie npw colle sonic rommcnt on jhc pnft- ol trip (o itl anJ on llic nciv IMF-- unnrrs, completion oi or Ihe owning miners members at Iheir lasl regular meeting oi Ihe year last Snpt- Ilmiiltnn was in possession oi the details oi ibe case, wtiicli will he reported to or.c j Jolin Hull, Roherl Wallace and Fred r.cial Kovcrnmeiil. V. II. I'hi.npui, chief counsel forl.dlsopp vcerr.. ol be Canadian 'NoiIhern, in opening assembling, and .Mike Metro, Johu bis argument, salfl thai ihc iiuoslion Metro, I'eler Mac- ILe hoard was ncl one of dol-j.Kcnzir, John Stevenson and Isaac ars and cents only, but-one affeclin; Pwliey.v vert founil guilty ol riol- ,I micjit be described as Uio pollcv-'i ing- of Canada. It ivill not be merely a matter ol' raiea. bur which would affect Ihe credit, or. ihe whole a resall, he said, of the _ _ efiurl will he niailc lo overcome Caijajiau Norlhcrn Re 1 p g h t e n Deserving Homes inents given by Uie Dominion provinces, Ibc financial Interests.of the provinces nnd rallwaVs are closely interwoven With'Ihe of proving this contention, Mr.i I'tiip- pen reviewed tbe ot (be rail- way construellon in Cauada with1 spe- cial reference lo the assistance.'whicli _. ._. had been ?ivcn io Ibe C. P.'-R. lo Ihe city, of a liltlc. girl ol lender 'VTtead the first paragraph cl. Ihe scho'cl board report in today's issue. show to a extent the is unable to enjoy pie arc interested in tie railways of educational advantages offered Hie Dornlnlon. Tlie purnoEc of aidv cau.Mj ?iven lo a railway was to enable'them Blve reasonable rates. Jlr. Phili- i then declared (bat a very terions -esponslblllly rests with the Railway' Board. believed eon'litions of tlio ciiuipment, 50ukraent oMhc strike movement in. tbe finest in llie world, the speech At that time a series from llie ihiuiii- procenls lo oullme riojs OKUCrclI .in. the legislatiic ]iroiiam. The develop-; valc alui many wbund- [iit-nl of miveil larminp is lo he eJ, as is also atmir.cial ctnlKCii'.ion i oi the nien iveic. in KcotlncU and FOLLOWING TIGHT at is the View of a Scottish Knight Now in the -City-- Counlry Has to Justify Heavy Borrowings--- Lack of British News the be 'she has neither -shoes nori clothes suitnble lor school wear." -It is sari, that such a case should have to bp reported in We, live in comlorl, can hardly believe the case is true lo life. We A reduction of railway rales al thc j seldom Bill of our way lo invesli- preficnl time would seriously reflect gate. But this is Christmas time, il is the lime of Ciood Cheer. It is tbe time when we should snreud good tid- ings of. fcreal joy. What .greater could be into the home ol thai little child than that she should he io clothed Ibal'shr could taVc her place in lier difficulty so Ibal the little may once niore lake'advantage of the edu- cational jbeiicliis oliered. Duly one case b! truancy was reported duting tbe ir.oiilh oul of G6 aV tigaJed. Very lillle. business of importance by ihe Major iielson ihc teachers who liad tatc'n r physical culture bad le'en successful in oMaining ccrtifirates, and (here are now only 'two Ibe cjly schools. Physical pirector Kilmer desires to enter lour leani.s oi cadcls in the Canadian Mine if llie. Hoard will stand Ihc eipensc ol targets, wliicli they will. The Sports; Day prizes and Grade VIII diplomas will -be presented al thc school closing exercises in Cen- tal scbnol on Tuesday evening nest-. SCHOOLS In his monthly report, Kupl. Ham Lrani-h iy (o lie pushed Forward frurn cor.ccriieil with the great mor- rallway s jh ;m-q- reiusai; Oak Point to rnnnccl witblbs I son's Hay railway, and anal loir and of minq owners .to recognize the. iir.- iofis.' They, forced lu ;ovcniment accejit jhe. ownr-rsT terms, storage plsnls.r.rc .'sir'1-Jonfl I'Mllii'S was clnsely' provided nt tbe new stock i.-mliJiccMvilli C'ccil lllu.dcs ami nls oi Si. Donifacc. js a in flrm n; Agricultural IVcmlirr, licit new buildings for 1hc-provincial uni-1 He lias lived in iint'e vcrsily cxlensicin dl.--lhc ._ menf lelejihone system are Hter.ail Uichardson ol i Ham MacKcnzit eanie back Il.c olhrr tland is in Ibc city today pay-'day seirn dollars, which r nihhriiirn i's clear proof that" Caniida is still second to L Ihhtldre.. .__ f K 1 KdwaM arrived yesterday lo j some friends here, lie has hcen j Sir was reading n Cana- "rL'anada lor fivo weeks and inlenils' rlian'nensnaprr when thc lltralil man Ihroiigli to the coasl hclore re-i called on him. He deplored the lacV "hinf, io Ihc Old Countiy. Old Country atirt Kumpc.-iii ncvc.s 'i on with thc Herald !in llic paper, and Ihouglil it wo 1 Knighted gentleman, while a good tiling tor Imperialisru il Jtig Hit opinion thiU business on could be made with (lie j whole was not so aggressive as.cable companies for a cheaper ncivs .tin last visit a year 'n N'o-lscrvicc heliveen thc various- portions Mr, stated that he had Ihe Die Kmpjrc, H frouln1 Ixlp ufm .1 conridcncc'in Ihc powers of rt-. llie relations ol the Colonies anrl Ihe ration'of the, Dominion and loots.Motherland. co Canada lorje ahead with A Spc.ikinR of llic ulster situation, lii r, stronger growth when (lie Inst! Ihouglil it would work out alright r. of tlghl money Ins vanished. IThc'worst srcmn lo he over. II 'here Ifi'no use denying the settled peacefully along Ibc onlinucd, "Canada bus been hor- ol Hie hcsl llrillsh trailitions. lie.ivliy, snd II Is huln'alur-j The noted visitor spent Ihe inorn- tliat.lho lenders shall fng drluuc ghoul-the cit} .ilul dis- W that tlif cnunlry shall justi.- Iricl. lie Ihc nllnnsl V heavy borrowings before pro-1 In thc f-jlure of Hail- ng furllier. Those knew tbo be aro all lhal will be iry, .inil can tlic Immense needeit lo loaXc tills ore oi Ihc 'a! rcritiircd for develcipmcnl, .ire must important ccntrcsj.n Wrslerr: ,n the least alarmed. They know Canada. Thry me too, hr JTsotirccii will niakp nny capital rlrclarrs, ami "ben they do conic ih in.time. Ilul 'a period grc.il rescmnes ol Ihc solilh will jus f, was necessary. I 'src Sir (fily llie cspendlluto. ucon Ihe credit of Canada. .'The loard must take Into consideration tlmt Ibis tbe most momentous that has ever been before il. .Mr. Pliippen then quoted from orgu- mcnla made by James Ulcknell and Isaac ritblailo. the Btatcricnls to thr; effect that neither tae Canadian Northern nor the C.T.P. were earn- .--tier Ncw Ins a sum that can be considered ci- ceaslve. He also tiuotc'd thc G.T.P. argu- ments to show that Ihe Interests of the country liave become so Inter- woven with those of- the railways' thai nothing-can be done which will af- fecl these roads which will uoi al the lame lime seriously affect tho Doir.ibv on. Arguing Ibal there was no ten- Tftl demand for rale reduclioii in tho itsl, Mr. PhlTOon vlcclireil lliil jcarda of Iradc bail becomu ditcaEe in Ibal part of Ihe co'.inlry, Thero wfis one every hamlcf. Thc Itoards of- trade and wtiicb wan illsuleased becatiBc tha rsllu'nis would not establish a .com. ir.odlly rale on were reaponsi- We for. the, aellal'on. _ When thc Mo.ird made Its trip through the for the purnosc of liearinp evidence, every witness who nppeared was a re- n-crenlnllre of a honrd of trade. Years willi her Jlaymates. II is for -just, such cases inal the Heralrt Christmas Cheer [und is proposed. Surely there couli be more worthy object. The response is a-lready in keening with Ihc intent. Hut Christmas come two slroit -weeks from today. If tin organizalions lo wnorn tnis [und is toucliea ''unon. r iu- j inj in tfic raid, I wilb John l.Iays. .ilaniiiLDridj P. Karrar_3iid Col Frank Uliodcs. Thn sentence Inlcr .comihulcil-" lo a fine oi pud bnuishniciil: I VICTIMS AND OF FLOOD THE MONEY.. Hen.es, .Switzerland, Dee. llr. Arthur Hiiftiiiiin, of St. nail, was today elected president of tbe JSuisr, Confederation ISM, If.c'coiislilii- lie! Hon raid regarding .sanitary condi- j [ionnl term one ye.ir. He re-j ions in Il.c "schools.: ISu nf tlic nil votes oi "The recent invesligatiori into Ibc icderal assembly. 'I'lie new prcsidcnl j unitary conditions nf tlic Cnlgary takes ofhrc (tn Jan. I, is -rili ichools, has :nbrc tluin a passing iti-; years old anil is now I lo us. Hr. stnlc-lol Hie rSiicf ul ILe inili-i Tie-nl- that tliough llie mechanical sys-j tary depar.tment. lie is a cadical; :rm there may be' llie best possible, rlemocrnt. no mechanical systcni can be dc-' The Dr. Ciuscppci pendeil on. at all times, and was clecltd Iherc should he no. fixed windows in [is a Conservative Ciitbolir. sehool is'ivortli re member-i_____________________. particularly as Ibis is tlicopin-j inr.. of many-s.inilarj1 engineers- are. familiar w-ith school condilior.s. Prof, iinrgess 'oaales, Dec. lliepro- of r.n nrmlsllce In Mexico.1 for be. holding or elections, ns by In Mexico Clly, Ccncnl larranz-d merely reiterated today hlr, irevloiis declaration that he would ac- cept, no wnaiever "wiirj thc Iliierla KOVcrhlneilL Trie proposition (o bold elections, nt which Cftlrnnzn. or hlg rbo-Cci for would bo a candidate, waj consNlsrerl by ll.o nrivLseM of tho ttUullonflllal Ic-ultrs liriiKisslide i'ri- iltr This- polnlcil