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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. ALBEKTA, WEONKSDAY, I'EKHUAKY 1911 CKXTS (H H lliACE MET. ATELPASOLASIJOLY- Had Interview Regarding Gallic Wallace Considered Buying From "I-os Scotchman Had Plenty of Rancli Was Bought from J. T. Gordon of Lelhbridgc Men Have Been in Vicinity of K'lling at Juatei 't SIXTY RESCUED BOSTON Kostou. Siiiy down ladders by t iu a flic BY FIREMEN Cji'i Ubu'Jt V So far as is known, llic only man in who has personally met und dealt with Win. S llcnlun. Hit British subject WHS cxL'eutetl in cnliMjIoml by scnlciicv of Ihc MCMCIIII ivlicl. cnil I'nnvho Yillii, and over whose nun-dor im Tm-sday last by order of a villanous court the whole civilized world is iiyujj with and wrulli, is James 11. Wallace, cattle liaron nml rancher of Mr: Wallace met the Scotch cattleman Kl'l'nsn last July, when he was un his way to Hit: dominies territory to purchase Mexican lung hums for his Allii'rla ranch. Ht-nlon heard of llic Alberta cuttle baron's intended visit, and anangi'd lonieel him al 111 Paso for the inirpusc of mak- ing a sale of cattle. The two met as arranged hul llic lype of beef wauled by Mr. Wallace was nol Kupplied by Ihe viclim ot Ihc Juarez firing squad, and nllliongh Mr. Wallace was invilcd (o spend darnafif lu IV- f aWc mputs of ttoc Koi v. ay c' lr. Beach %vas to resign in favor' of inter should his Intentions. Trie member for Meiliciuc Hat said he J'rctnler Kordcn had1 Eincere in making -but apparently hdd changed his policy, in.' regard to the mailer of the provincial governments. He Prime Miu-- ister. when in i cater! tbis nolicy at the time, the hew provinces of Alberta-and SaEhakhe- vvfln wore formed. He had to advocate it until the Reilcral el- ection of lOit, when he was success- ful: This policy had likewise Leen advocated in the Halifax-nlDtforni anj liandhook. Used as a 1911, U had been uteil to offfet the slrong feolins In the vvllic1' tooli a j.i gf.icasli drawer In tho Ireasurer's ofllce. After two exulosioilb wcro acl off around llic door of the vault, the men 353 to begin a Ihirrt attempt n-iion the; were inlcrrnptcd. CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DIS- TRICT TO TAKE !50 SEC- T IONS' VANS FOR THE CHILDREN New York, X.Y., Kcb. The serv tcnce on Charles Key York police lieutenant, who was acnlencorl to life imprisonment for complicity 331.13 5-131.51 .537.00 003.70 AMENDMENT DEFEATED 'idili.gton. lleb. Norris ninllon, cnlllns ui.on She for infc-riijalioii reganlins Ihe Haven dlstr.'.titlon agreemenl, ________virtually defeated ITI the Sennto ,j.r1 sl' today, leing laid ou (i-.o table. Olhrr lieutenant, a nciv trial, means thit uuilijiii bo will ovtually bo freed, and may j ncvt-r go to a second time on n charge of murder in connection nllh (Jratid total tiio killing of llermar. Iloaentbnl. the belief ovpre.'sed here lotlny. The'pai. former Lieutenant. Indicated in inter- (camg........ vicivs today that lie would certainly (cains lo obtain back salary in Slorcj account case- he- is freed, and will probably I sock re.-inalalemont "6ji Ilic forcd, I SO.ZS 10.511 3.50 130.00 133. a ft i MO TRUTH IN REPORT toniton, .I'cv. lo- day In'ormed the AsForiatcd Press :lhat there was no (null In the report rnrrenl In Jlexicn Cily that It was Ihc i intention of ti'e Federal govvrnincnl to transfer the oil lands in Mexico to him (or in foM. aficr.incy hive locn uatlonaiized by the .Mexi- can TEXAS PRISONERS WILL WORK; ON PUBLIC ROADS AND RECEIVE MONTH SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR LEAD- ERS CHANGED THEIR HINDS ABOUT' LEAV- ING UGEMT Cravcsenil, i-'cli. labor r.nroies for fifty convlrts were' sicn-1 leadcts dcrorleil fror.i Kouth hy (iovcrnor last isoalli'iiltfr tie gmrsl sttiie Kaymonir, Alia., Schcol Uoard hcM F Feb. sjiccial meeting anil vviih llicir dcportnre Iluntsvinc pcFiilcutfary t State will an t in the management of yrisc train the j had broiea. Jandeil :l.f fc today. tho xperiment it the town hnil on Friday nisht. Tiic suards or shackles.- and n report ot Trustee J.-'O. Allred was re- i "ujmng for tiiclr'-woik.on 1-ublic TWO MEN GROUND TO PIECES (ouoij. Vancouver, B.C.. Kcb. im- known ruon, prnbaWy Intoxicated ami 905 OD Billing on the irachn. ground lo bst nhM by ft r. r. It. train 'S9161.5C entering the cast end or tlie clljr. reived, A fbn of iho-tlislrict tlic of j jircFCiH Sfhool and Din enlarged riibtrkl. The' original Inchtfcrt only i-eu- It was cnlorgcil to lake in forty-four ;nd now the ask fcr or.u h'.in tire J ;nnl fifiy wlilch "ill Inclndn nil (lie Hiifl liclwoen prcadit so'.itli boundary and Ihc -Milk HIvcr ridse, Porno of tlic T.itcpa3crB v.-lio arc al- ready paying n o.' Ihr, taxes vcrc prt--ent to lulling p.ny of tlielr.'anJp, but jrns worn lo jnovc ihnt un- der Ihc new the rate may he cut in lac. People IMng on their farms of this will KO (o ijenllciillary fnntl and 1'aif to tlic luan's count- The co'.mly ilie'inf.n ;v.ork nniulaln lliem wiliioifl the I expense cf ami _; ovilfiH .it liisL dcL'Sarctl (hflt refuse to le.ivc ltit> woi'.M remain on l.oanl until the stranirr rfliirnftl- to Eo'jlh AEiica. Tfif> revoked tbrEr ilccision, ITowcTcr, after a loiij conference wiUi British labor leaders, who -lia'l a Rtea( ivplcomc fur lltcm, A coinulinientary rtitinrr in fhr ijining.. robin of- tf.e Itnusr o! t'oiOJiumii ami (Icninns'ratJons af Ihc opera' V.ousi and in I'ark. JINCIPKINT BLAZE WAS Cmilslon. Alia., Feb. niiijiit have proved A WPS narrowly nvurtfd by the of Mcsprfl. Mclnlosh Me- Clung, of the Cartlsfoii crearneiy. On TnoFday morning an ororheattftl Glove In tise residncft ot Anihrosc Atl- in the soutlnvcst cprtier of town set fire lo tho walls oE the liouse, and TRAIN WRECKED Jumped Track Near Minio, Man.; -Several Hurt Urnmlon. Feb. coaches of liju V.'iiiiiipcg-ViTui'Jr tnilu 0, !l. leaving WlRnipe? al S..V1) lc-ft track a few inilep of anil about 30 njlles from here, Sov- Ijassencorti arc rcjiorted ?n nri hul no fatjllllej .ire CX; may thus liave'thnlr children (rftns- porlccl to scliool in sptcinl vans, Trustee aiipoinlTneiil with Iho Minister, in Kdmonlon next Saturday, and lay ilic whole mat- ter before thc'ilppartmeiJt. considerable headway was fore Mr.'. who was alone noticed it. Calling In tbo creamery men, the llatc'nng soon exHnsJiIsIidd, Fortunately, '.rater easily flynll- ablo else Hie building could not have been saved. FIRE AT GAOSBY Gad-iby, Alta., Feb. to the extent of was wrought here last night by a serious lire, which' practically wiped tho portion of village lu the sliorlj space of three "_ ;