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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME TWELVE PAGES March CENTS Number MURDER OF MADERO AftD SlJAREZ CLIMAX OF REVOLUTION IN THETURBULENT IS OOINGJTO WLL IN CANADA 1 Cunarder last night an number of saloon pas sengers for tttaeof in deluding TbV 22 ageXwno has a fine British accent In denying ru3 jjiorp him f by I am he goes I fiereftrflnd an American I come here to getinarrled contemplat ed marriage aaVyeU When I do I fhall probably marry one of my own ofJjqyown I was Aere I shall spend there axe Doting No has aroused the world to Indignation as has the Maderof arid whllei on under guard to the his k first astonishing move in restoring Iron rule of the old Diaz in a land like Huerta may the next victim 0 hls own The pictures herewith are those of people and places nientloned formerly gov vvy fviiuvny guv of is on his way assume the gov ernorship FOR If to by the Souther Grrowersvl association in conjunction iu J of agriculture ojj ernment piove ai there 4 is woo warehouse Yalued at f f erected in and t favor of ed in Lethbfidgei Wool atrte from where Secretary Crest to ear ofi much more than one hundred tlv t leaving the whole of lihej Southern Alberta on the hands of the l Jforetofore we have not beenSable to place ourselves on a basis on the English market of the ftTarch to the r mili f1 une bxpendituro of a f cthwe will be an to newspaper lion marks fThe r fv and f t J fji newibar yet T marketing the He is sion was eminently asie attested by tte the special commissioner of hthe department agriculture ln cnarga of Lethbridge clip for on I am aid arid tprojr has never been graded and and could not compete the Australian wo need a central wool in Southern IwQoJ can prepared for matket to the regulations required byNine English Promised Help 1 rji The department has promised to help us in this direction this During the shearing they have promised to send us out graders who will prepare our for They will probably go to the shearing camps and superia tend the work on the According to statistics prepared by the experts 4t v shouldbe able1 to get Itom 6cenjis4a pound more IB expJBrta by following the Jfwe wn this one dteepfi industry in Southern will If theexperiment a MrHaryey says the is prepared appropriati6nr W wqol inSouthef AH where season fvill Canadian from Duluth to Athabasca from Whencevthey proceed by steam iboufid for fn the liesser Slave take aboul 1150 Ed tJThla kdvarfce party of Jtwoi thousand bound y River They in Winnipeg on Mon morn A 1 UNITED STATES NOT EXCITED March battleshipswere voted into the naval appropriation bill toy the Senate last night after a short discussion of the provision be fore the House limiting the programme to one The two battleship amend ment offered bythe naval com tee of Seriate was adopted B6 to People of Alberta Have Some Enemies London MpTrch Investors aShancial of sound bAspan article today cerning the ifinancial position of the province pf It says that the immediate efffct of the the fenvy the Royal epeVwiIl be sfeVuttstant tial fee aid may be history aves nbVtitace1 of British it declares failed to if the opportunities icle cial liat tile that those make diligent use for Discussing issue of the City thTReview says that the debt pel headissmall for a Can adian city and the security is un HE WORKERS REPLY SIFTON WILL AMEND LABOR ALONG LINES SUG GESTED BY DEPUTATION Premier a delegation from the Al berta Labor Federation t asking for ainendMents to the Workmen a Com act and for anew act for the of persona emlployed In thVicbnBtruotion of stated thataineridments along lines to the Workmens Com and proposed new aciirflgaitltng construction up with the public works department and 1Cfound Wfll beIntroduced at the present ses IDLE 10 BF TITLES V ONE FORGED BOGUS LAND ING TO THE STORY AltaJMarch A local paper says today that a daring swindle in thousands of In which1 banks in Laoombe Enable Children to Get Advantage of Thoroughly Trained Teachers Generous Aid for Conveyance Teach Domestic Science and Agriculture dated schools for rural areas were under discussion in the Alberta legis lature and the legislature ap proved the and passed a re solution making the necessary finan cial which is on the basis bf combined which each school would have earned had they been em ploying at least one firstclass teach and a grant of 80 cents per school day for each vehicle employed In cori children to the necessaryamendments to the existing School acts will be made and a bill to this end was read a first The city of Medicine Hat asking for extended including power to erect working mens dwell ings also came up of jthe waa raised members to what they as a novel and costly but representative oJ Medicine made a strong plea in behalf of the powers and a com promise was effected by putting in a clause limiting the amount tofoe spent for this purpose any to Mitchell said the consequence of new industries locat ing at attracted by nat ural was unusual pressure on the housing and some additional provision was1 made the would receive a serious set j proposed grant of SO cents pW day provided is larger than the ount paid In support of conveyance oil children to consolidated schools any tlie other as outlined by Minister of Educa in introducing the The aim of the new legislation is to improve the standard of in rural At least 90 per of the of Alberta must cure all their the schools of the said Boyle at least half of tbese people will receive their training in rural schools of the Anything the government could do to increase the efficiency and raise the standard of our rural schools will be intho best interest of the v Consolidated schools would be ablai to employ from twb to fovaf and the teachers oould be seleoted who would be apeeially qualified jjpr teaching in to were While It would not be possible fotf consolidated schools to employ spec ialists the same manner as employed in towns and yet selected teachers ought to be able to do iWork done by speclalista iQj Consolidated schools would also able to select teachers qualified vtovi teach domestic anda give manual training and Continued page t t i J W trnetuffly dirty on former Ain w resident in the and other vealed few wng will be the ected to be re he course of the next Investigation W5 into an of titles to large tracts f land all over the north titles It is forged regular paper of the land titles and apparently bore the signature of the and also the government TROOPS AT CARDIFF CALLED TO ARMS ACT IVE SERVICE help feaoh VA t iv March military authorities were the i r today of a similar to hlch recently cavioed garrison of Strassburg to as foR Inspection by approach announced police officials receiv the mobilization ofths ps billboards roops the were residing undsrll March 1 It is a won derful was the comment of Commissioner of Immigration upon the immigration returns for the month of January Just to The figures show1 increase of 02i in arrivals at ocean and 687 Vjgilted percentages ds53 opean Tand 13 for the fn an effort to bolster Ben1 nett in his ericans now Calgary Herald Calgary and following is the proof his wild asser tions f A T The Pnfei of the bon to re ferred took place at Oardston in the fall of British troops had been defeated in the South and before the secdnd contingent was The bon fire ook place the night before and I heard all about The statements from American set tiers quoted by me were anWeraglvi1 en when I was canvassing1 votes for my They vyere given at Carstalra and er the presence of Si Me Jim fik r Absolutely i Joseph onebfHheaggres J Consi eiiavtr Consefiaytlve C was by Herald to an andw fthJ K Kary was read to Card said Please quoteme the statement isY absblut i Nothing of the Id Neversdld thejj American birth celebrate the of the Card as the probable date be that would repudiated Bennett any truth in the Irresponsible statement town and a has Ized He has been oont jiously Blnce Itjve nothing the kind ever ha for 1913 are Fr TJnlted Mi 3 Ljfrom the 1913 United mm m r Inquiry among the officials of the elicits that the company demurrage rates aboukt the end of March to the old sohedulVin force be fore November This wlltbe wel come news to the shippers of Last fall when the heavy grain ship ments in the west threatened to tie the car service of different rail the Railway in or1 der to keep every possible car Inser with as tew delays as raised the demurrage During the winter the demurrage rates been two dollars fpr the first twenty four after tbe first hours free time givefii Jon all and threedollarsfor each oeeding new regulations went Jlntb efieot of day was all overft the effect the VjM dlscii affe w le ed thecoal rates and1 claimed that some of the mining paniss in that the comt shortly a new which will makejl west equal to will probajbly western rates andlthfl pastern fror lalte rBiiqulry among does not t i iKa Should it1 prove the dead pushed son bftfe r6i Vwii ;