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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. 1.ET1IBUIDGK, ALniiKTA, TUESDAY, I-'EIWUAKY 21, 1911 CENTS Ifad as Hunger Strikes of Militanl lu Slay Abroad Until Ugemi Reaches Home Out Statement of Strike to English Sympathizers T Omiiii'UUims Arc All Un; in Frigid Tnnnitu. Don't Apply in Sunny Smidii-ru DINNER COOLS WHILE GUESTS KALK AT LANDING i this vessel not in- lainl again (rfavfifv.d, ut "We UCIP pit-sstvl on t Ihc t'-n labor. Jcudcis dqjoilcd limn agaiust our u-nst'tit. Wo South boanl the on January 27 ufler HIP general strict ,'Vilhur uJjllmuu. u labor nirrnbcr been hroicn by Ihc government, parliament and other Ilritish lali- tlfdareil their intention of rpfoshiR to or leaders, o'.it on a down ituvc the vessel v.hra here lht> the deported sliitp leader.-; ircim Suuth hui the Captain of ttic I'nigom relussd to allow asiy tn COHIR on board. A confeiCMcc between the South Af- ricans ar.d U.eir toiiuades was llitreiofc impossible, antl both tliC "Tlie Kcd ilnilav. Thry said tl.ey would remain board until liie steamer returned to Eio'Jth Africa- t :Yr. il.iui, genial secretary of (he I fl'ratiei Federation ol South idling as sputi-smaii [or hi, for iiiuRicnt wtth said 11-'l Sfcrolnry Uain over ll.r si'Je of lije lo Arlhur IIcii- a lorp statetnent ret'onnting the events ivlm-li liad k'l up to the siclkc leaders1 tleporiatinn from jSoulh Afrii-a. It lifelared that liim- 1 ilrctls af people had been arrested in- Ilistriininaicly durins strike for j The leadprs of tlie _ _, liioveiucnl, it aiserle'd. strrendfrfd Launer Urges Early Slarl Hut (rai; ordcr to avoid blooiiblieil when .1 military officer Iiail tlireatfned to attack tlie 1'raUei liall.iti .Tohannrs- burg. Tiic refusal of (fie ticported men lo leave )ier arrival had Ijeen anticipaied here, 'i'hf labor mptnbers of parliament had arranged u complimentary rliruier hriiip 'dining rooms o( the t'oimiions and :i( Hie opera and in Hyde I'arlr. The Unigcni proceeded Rogers Hays Covcrnmenl Will Awai( Heporl liE SURE OK IT FIRST Ottawa, Onl., Feb. 2I.-Tliai the goierntnenl is determined not to pro- teed v.ith construction oi the Ucorstan Hay canal until a comuiis- i-ion has luude u report as lo ttie t ummercial feasibility of the project ivas made clear by Hon. Robert Kog- crs, minister of pulilii: UTiks, in a ilelivercd in eoniinons last night. Hon.'Mr. Holers upul Ihc whole'question at sorne. length.. Aller responded Dinting.out (he large.. up the- 1 names to one of tlif London (locks Ijeforc any iurthcr steps vcre taken in (ttnnecligt with ific lauding ol the men. The general slriire of all (cades in So-Jllr Africa-was. detlarcil on -Jauu- ary' J_3. Premier Botha's with -a proclamation uf t the llic depth of rolors: TLcrc was sonic' disorder in the system he emlorscd Johanncslnirg and Preioria bufaiicr -The view inbre-reinainrd a fcw- days the slrikc-collapsed On be found out in connection with the Ip-ders-of the innve- ihp possiblHties oUhe proposed route ment -vverr taken ..secretly oh'board from an rngincerins standpoint.' -It the steamer Umgeni for' Iransnorta- uas litelily ticsirahlc brforc undtttak- j- ng ihe work, however, that -any de- hate as to the commercial feasibil- ity ot the canals should be set at rest. KOI Hits purpose, he said, tiie the Tl.c fiirct imly thing that tvoulil !amount this year, cstiinatcd, sloj) the govrrnxent from placing the j 000, ar.d last" year the actual exucnsc dpdirfil fo'.iulation stock in tlic nat-iwas If this item liart'not I ers of Heiulerson, would be a set down tlie m'ayor's lat-k ot iced and spawning grounds, j estimate sheet, liis department Mr. Grace asserls tlial theie- are have saved antl as. it "is, enough anJ other water [wiih the attached, lhc-tial; insects in Ihe lake to insure a fcoua-jniice to good is titu] tliree meals a day; hut is -'not If is accounted for by the de- so surd about the liafcliinj; J crease 'in tlic interest and exchange Mass retjiurc shallow and pravolly charges, while the is spread water for lliis purpose. anJ it ovcf about other ileins anarchy in which the whole tendency necessary to supply an artificial bed-The decrease on tlic amount of inter- of President Wilson's policy has been gravel. But the aic almost an l' to make it a force for order and good government. If are not responsi- ble, then the United SUtes is. Wecer- assurert Ihlr.g. STEAMERS IN DANGER tainly do not.wish lo drive the Unit- Sachem ar.d Riversdale Agroirnd Off States government into interven-j Norfolk" Exposed to all Winds tion, but it cannot deny to other pow- I _____ ers the rhht of defending their inter- j Va., feb. a EC- csts, at the same time refuse to defend them itself.1 Unknown Person Cuts Cable Carrying 2200 by of Malicious Parly oii His Might Have Been Without. Water Had He SucceeJed est is registcrcil because the city lias soltl all ils bonds and Jnos riot havr lo horruw from tlie bank for capital as it dirt last year. The, debentures were sold late in the year, the city had to liorrqw in Hie ir.c.inlime, and 53100 was spent in travelling expenses before the sate was cfiectcti, another ilcm that will vero anJ utnd storm rajrins on sayerl this year. the llic Uritish sleamshins city has lost nhout on the WooiU-ii Mill. The debenture pay- ments amount to while the. Sachem and Hlvnrsdale. ashore near verc today in more danger tin More desjileabtc work was discover- ed at the ytfffcr house thts morning, wlici] a two-inch cable connecting the switchboard with the big emergency booster niunps, only case, ot firo, found h.n.oksi opeti nnd the wires cut. Lnmlcm. r.filicr signed j The cable four heavy cor- hy Kir I'JIu-ard was issued'per wjlros nnd 22PO vollF. U op- at Hrttast last night rmrhatEcally ened with a cliiscl, wlilcli was found Eiirc? the ristcr organiied osn at hand. Commissioner Ileirl has taken the with any object (u their (el-: matter and will exert every effort low countrymen of Ulster, dif- to locate and "irosecutG liie perpc- fcrcd from them, "stating lint thcitrator, sob object of the force was tn mnke it impossible for tlio to compel, tlicm to siiimiil tu a Hornc in Dublin. Tlio-ir the was with the government alone. They clrsirert that flic anil politic.ij .vieus oE their opronents shouTd lie resoecled everywhere. Tlifi nellce eouclu'iles Chief Hitolton has been notified, i office of (lie- flortarlniMit. It had Is dolnp to cp-opPrnte I betn lia'mmcrfcrl until I Ihe wires on the inside were cut. The j booster pumps were iised on Saturday. everything rill risht, so the n'l any liuie Flnce they struck last woek. Tbe Sarliem. on a Lar two ar.d ;i half miles from sbnre. to all winOs. wns in worse condition than the Uiversdak1, which lies well ni> on llio in a less treacherous The crew of ,llie Sac-lie in ire Ellll aboard tUo vessel. Riv- ersrblc's crow i? ashore. with Ifce coininissloiier. !be said Mr. d not been "and connec- tions" trade, the circuit uonld have hpcn sliort circuited, bumf out. and all the pumns put out of sion. In there hail n tiro, there is no telling what tlie rosnll wO'.ild-have iiren. ns we would Invc- betn unablo snp.uly a drop of iva- tor. The act was nioal malicious nnd we v-111 go after it f The cable w.ia cut ami taken lo the dcetl was done since that (inio. It ills covered curly this by oiler. insurance and costs a total cost of J77CO. Tbc rents amount lo leaving a balance wrong nf exactly The estimates have not been .passed. but are on the table tor the. ether commissioners to pare p to' 'heir hearts'- content, (Continued on REV. F. CUTHBERT ATKIN CHOSEN GRAND .ORGANIZER FOR ALBERTA .THREE MEN SERIOUSLY "We liplil (nr fqual jiislicc. for turner HIP ol the t'nllcd Kingdom.11 MINERS ON IN SOUTH6RN FRANCP ED WHEN GAS IN ROOM EXPLODED BOILER GEORGE Vice-president Soard of Trade Chatham, Or.t., Keli. Tlircc met ore injured thi.i morning lirn gas In tlic boiler room "ol Ihft ij, Krancc, Fcli. the c. IV. nnd K. railway house miners In (lie ooa! ficMs of Tlic men. arc rmploFffs -of Konllicrn Trance, arc un slvlke Chatham Oa s comvany. C. Davis, the fnginefr, is lerrililj- Ii'jrnrrl. William Is Imrnctl ahmil the laeo antl arms antl .JiicVc MontaBuc is hu( TLO! (jiiiie st> The1- whole rear part ot ll'.r rmilil- ing was hloivn flown. TWO NOTED I'orllahil. crai U.S. CITIZENS DEAD Cliamljerlahi, rrnor of Malno, And former president of liqn-iloln tiled licre'loJay. 'aged SO. no rrh'jol. Si'fei.Tl an: (u IKP held tn SI. Clinrth at and v Thrro will lie a special scr- viru tomorrow ovculTiir nl S o- clock in St. rinfrcli. Thn sfrvlcft will hu continued every evenlnr dnr- Ing I.ort nl Si. Cyprian's, with a of Jlo'.y Coin- Tlicre arc lo 35 uniiaitl ixcns uTrkinc; in conjuiir-t'ort wit.h the (Jrand nnd there is doubt Hial Hie cTrcct ivil] a deal to public opfnUo ilbc question OL Hie REV, e.' 'fcUTHb'ERT ATKIN. ;