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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME vn. TWELVE LETHiJKIlJGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, JASUAUY )U. Hill CENTS NUHIiEU 25 Mr. Buchanan, M.P., Relurns From Edmonton Bringing Good News With Him THREE NEW DISTRICTS OFFICERS ACQUITTED Str.U'tihurK. (JiTiaany, Jan. 10.--Col. Von Iteuler anil Ijiitty, Y.-cro jKiinltted lo'lay by tin: coun ic.arilnl IrJt'l tiitiil on vharKOS arising or violent Inci- dents al Zabcrii, tu which Ilia poldien; fired on dvjllani who rldiculi-d them. Tho offirerE, it was [.roicd. cou- Government Planning for Erec- tion of Districts to Meet Public Convenience W. A. Buchanan, H. P., returned from Edmonton ysstcrday con with the information that the provin- cial government to establish two or three more land tHIes that one of these would be for a new land registration district in the extremi southern porttsn of the province, and Yr-ould be located at Lethbrfdge. As the boundaries of all these new MA NO BEFItK Another Doctor at Betlsidc Pronounces Condition as Very Serious New YoiV, -Km. TIic bullet ta riMUi as follows "Sir James 111 ERECT FARMERS IN AN OPROAR OVER 87 CENT WHEAT PREMIER WHITNEY, OF ONTARIO, CRITICALLY ILL IN NEW, trie Premier's bt ed from the woalher and rains, which j iiave rloi'.e much dauujge .lp wools in the nasi, and aside. from being in uniformly good condition, tin: plant ttHl provide .storage raftHJUesMti case il was thought .ta hold for a. rise. Contracts- .for Shearing- Contracts' for -the shearing qf.'-ltic" whole theeu iKipuFation in the -pontti will he lei, and ihe fact viil be no other plant, will make U for the crew to quit or qv ielGased front llolloway Jail. She strike, as Ins often bPtn Uw caso in h'ti.1 been a prisoner Jiinnarya. the This will afford n ?he was artcstcil in the c-nst eiu! rates, us steady would be fi (Co.linueu on page S) sio Every Available Force Being citi lor r ._ u____1 Hejina, Jan. 8.-L'nilrr the provi- sions of the Hallway Act r. pjoniinfiit izrn of Ili'Sinii fKt paid an1 a pass- Called Out to Check Feared c''5tT I This is tlie outcojiic ol a ease industrial Riots in "llkl1 Dr. J. C. Miller Will Direct the Technical Education in Alberta cd iii work with tlie Trades and Labor Council of :mil Calory Hoard of Trade. Tftriag a portion of the years 1910, 1911- an! 11912 tie studied in Columbia Unlver- 'sity, Ncvv- York, from ivliich instltu- lion he [lector's degree Ir. thai year he was ap- 1 -I-uisuant to iioinleil hy Hie guvcrnir.ent as ptinci- ci the trial that 1hc Minister f 1U.i Xorm" 'M JcicndantsM lo le rarrird on annuunitinti" position -iliiintity oi rtyna- o! education ir. the Lcsislatuic ulirn {indjori Ims wilj ,jis. The. responsibility ol AKiUtiuu iii "is i in changins the time sr' trains running on the SMALL KANSAS BANK FAILS Marion, Kan., -Tan. Marlon National lljnk (.ilkj epos nntl it Mas announced tliat the instttu- tlwi would be elosccl landing action'jy irains running on .the AUersyiJe eralive rlrvator icuciup unicn was 7ens reserve, are unns innaiiiisc lor .rllis hr. gl tho stockholders. Uroun (Jowloy, the branch. The train which formerly lelt launrhcd at. 'he- hist annual conven- the proleetion ol properly wiiicli the M as n f laiiuay com ra.-lilcr, ami one o( Ihe heaviest stock- here at 18 o'clock now leaves at Ii. jion Biven n successful start ilur-' govcrnmfnt helieies to be Uneaten- ,ltc (0 lioldcrs, died last week. There vvna ,ls, mating the run in cvactly five n'5l vcat_ ,nj. on any doubt the feclini; that tlie ing tlio past year. The run on tec hank yesterday, hours, arriving in Calgary at 20.45. "'S I' Tlie stiikels have tied up Cw be evaded, anil "they also It has n cnnital of wnsjThc return train leaves Caljary at "cvalor bClienio win he ie.i by I rcsi- the Or- to co the limit in the rducalioii and In JSO 0.15 arriving heir- at 11.15 instead of ilenl Henry Soienson of Strathmore, I'rre State, but h.ivc not yet p[ Oj PEOPLE BEING LAID OFF THE HUNDRED TO FACE HUNGER 13.05 as formerly: This leaves pass- who last winltr jiat up a strong riKht Ellc'crcliPij jn bterierins cngcrs Ironi alrjug Ihe .line coming lo the proposition hill by a IjClhbrMge only an hour'nuil a hali large-majority. hetwern trains, whereas they former- Ihe. paqt the Unners ly had five hours. This inavcs it have erected over 51) lir.c elevators in rather inconvenient lor tlie soulhern (he province, and allhough only a residents along Ihe line who wish to portion nf them were really early in strihe. They a possible do trading in It is Hie. season, handleil to ten nf the thcmsLii.ih ol native laborers ilerstocd that the rbatige is mnde KO million bushels of grain during the jn the son-.e of whom have a1.- llnt rcjittcnfs tn librkie, Knsign, year, etcry plant showing handsome reddi shown sifins of unrulir.ess. BY'Mr3ni and some of- northern [irofifi, which will So back into the (he: transporiation at Cane Colony and i Natal. The. anthuHlits in inoWliiinR the j forces are looking toward :i much 1 crcater danger than that tit the towns inay make connections at Aid- .pockets of the farmers. The nallvti .itc likely Sersytie with trains running FouUi nvei 'ike Macleod branch, to 'llijh llfitr, Toronto, Ont., Jan. lead- Ing labor man, in d.iily touch voth Industrial conditions, sayG this rr.orrlng, that the nunibtr of men and womcrt out 6.' e.Tiploymunt In Toronto, will reach During this he that 2.500 men and women employed In ths b'g stores have been laid off for at least a month, evening 800 more be given n's holiday. A big addition to the un- employed this winter are road employees, th2 movement of freight was never co small and freight handlers and tean-sters have nothing to do. Cnyley anil Nanton. The schedule is noMlinn alrcaily in rllect. -inminpoly. In action lo the in the i_____'_______ Alrlersydc schedule, wTiieh are already !in efi'ecl, Ir.rn nimiher SI1, Ihoiind, will arrive here at ar.ili.j. MR ilfave at lli o'clock', 'ir.slead of riving ;1t anil leaving al involves only five rnin- istiil more inlr.irtible when learn Hrirfiison's main is thai that the provisions may he short ow- j the elevator is a closed tor- jng to the implied communications. practically lo a j ,n infantry, cavalry, j [and arlillriv comprised in the. forces j lo become ROBERT BURDETTE OF CALGARY LAND TITLES OFFICE RE SENTS ROUGH STORY I of the. t'nion ol Pontli ter lilted hy education and experience ;Scliool inspector at Caljaiy, has teen for this Dr. Miller has not principal ol Ihe Camrose ly had a wide as a teach- j school to succeed iml 'ims had a thordusli technical I made an extensive ..luilr of problems. .lie is a yniing wan, being only 33 ivears of and a nirin possessed of tl.e enercy. ability, training and CK- periei.ce which well fits him for the. jinsition. vvas horn near Fergus, in jwcllingtun in ille came to llejina with his jparenls in 1SSH. nnrl was edncnted in [tlis- I'ulilic and High schools al He- fli IS9K lie