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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME Vll. LETIIimiDCE. ALBERTA, THUHSO.-VY, JlAKCll 5, 1 CENTS Nt'MHEH 71 Ed. P. Blair Committed for Trial for Theft of "Dad" Moore's Team MONTANA MEN TESTIFY SERIOUSLY ILL AT MONTREAL' RESIGNS HIS SEAT Brother of Accused Now in the Telon County Jail Faces Similar Charge Oulslatiiltiig in Ihe annals ot crime In for the winter ot 1513-H, one o! the peaceful periods in it-.e. history ui ll.c west, will be the l.orsc-slcaliiig case which lias haflled tlic mounted police ninths, and which came to light yesterday at a preliminary hearine; at the mounted police, barracks, Ihe charge ol theit be-rn preferred against Ku. P. Hlair. a young living with his folks 12 miifs nurlheasl ol (Jarmaugay. On the- night of September 30lii, 191a; Thus. K. Moore, well known farfncr in Ihe. Darons anil Carmangay iSistritls, ar.d commonly known as lost a team oi males idiich he had left hitched to a tail on (he. streets or Ilarons. H remained for n j-oung stock in- spector-for Teton County in Mon- tana, Alex. R. Kctlars ol 1o recover the horses on January ISth, (Conlir.ued on Page AT 99 ONLY 2H> PEH CENT. hAS BEEN TAKEN UP TO DATE PROSPECTS ARE BETTER' the l.onilcn, Man I: H K offi niMiuu-nl that 311 -per (rat ui tew Dominion of Canada [our pc-r cent. loau at 09 has hecn taken up bt -tl'.e puhliv, per. cent. hein; With Ali Expenses Accounted for (he Rate Jumps to Mills DEBATED IN HOUSE YESTERDAY AND MOTION ADVOCATING THEM TURNED DOWN PUBLIC OPINION AGAINST Ottawa, Uan-li I. Ti j opiniwi in i-i ril'i- iur li.e iiitnuiix-liua cii-a ststein "i u'A law was ihi- j inaijf iu Ihe (Vr.iniB.s hy linn. -Mr. i While. Miniver u!'iv. Thr ik' SHAUGHNESSY DEFINITELY REFUSES COMMISSKMRSHIP Minded Message in 920 Words Delivered to Con- S'ess Today Icll with the underwri'.i-rs.' itv a' In view of the sue aft hi- loan ami Dpniirp TI-IRPF MIU riiru'lui-cd to Mr. Kite.: the fact that it, completes a total jKtUULL 1HKLL ftllLLb ,r a borrowing by Ihe Dominion HJ Mr of within less sU' ft jlt jTis months, the result is quite favorable. Commissioners Alin at rrLUlingL to iawir any proii'r.sjl would tl'iibltc in the.Hordm cabinet, is lying at the point of Jcatij-; in Montreal! A couple of days ago he his scat-in .tte -House ot Commons. He resigned his cabirrL position owing 10 a ditfprfnce" ivitii Premier Harden on a question of prin- ciple. Henri Nationalist The stOL-k is {tuotcit today ut a fiat-1 tioiial discount, bul as it is a trustJ seomly auJ liusU-es generally arc. nna.blc to apply for a CPVT issue1 di-j redly on its i litre is no; doubt tliat plenty of orders u ill cauir: into Ihc market very shortly. -This latest loan, in fact, has gone belter that issued at ihc same price in cent. tyken up Iiy the public atd eighty-three per mil, left uitii ihei ujidmvrilcrs. About Off the Figures j result ninelicrjtlun c-[ Hi? coinl utjt, satfci'.til Ihe force oi opjnii I daifc oi the proposal suCuirnt i Summary of Estimated Tax Rate 1911 ...jH.O mil's Bills S13 1S.11 n-ilis 7.10 mills i 7.7? mills leader, is being "forecasted as popu- lar nominee in Jacques Cartier couii- ty 'to fill the vacancy caused by Hon. Mr. Monk's rctiremml. Although Mr. Jiotih led the the .House, Mr. liourassa has always been jcor.ccried the leader of tlir party in I Quebec. piCti-Ll time. lie thought tie re- aources of tin- iH'iiti-iinr, would he re- quired for (iiiie lo in pro- traiisj orlation iat'Jlilies aiirt for He eiiLivletion ot .ilher unilcrtaktugs. Sle lo Ui? fact f. intro-UK-linn nf an oli! cue puision systm in (ircat had been preceded Iff years of agi- tation and was hy very ciik-il pulilie opinion, motion oi jThls moniEiig Judge Kobldeau siouers to earnestly hoped'tor. Of j KvtlJ receivt.i (Lo aiipiioTt cf Mr. 'enced Leonard McCJibbon lo a even jcourte they bavo uui yet beeti pass- Hurnnaja, chairman Of 1h? eonmnltec years in tlit-penitentiary for !he'iniin..lpA; .-tirna.o.! ratn LR on old ase pensions, Larroll, Mac- slaughter of bis cousin, John Gibbon, last autunin. the outcome of a family fued oi twenty years' duration. An" appeal 'was The case will be1 taken I lo the court of the King's bench. MCGI'BBON GETS SEVEN YEAflS. Alas. lto fo, the Sic. ScUolaBlicjue, I'.Q., March 'I.-- i rear arc not reducc-ii [15 llic City-Sol icitof Can-Find No Legal Pitfall Against Putting it There-Commissioners Favor it-Cost Nothing (or Site-Removes Other Objections--Soutliwest Corner Favored Montreil, Marfii to- day to make a stateir.enl ia reeard lo the recurring runmr thai he svo'.ilil taVe the office oi c-olnmissioner, Thcs. said "These ru.nnrs arc quite baseless. Kven ii ray anihitiorts lay itt that direction, and wanted, I ieel tiial the t'ar.a- ciian Faciftc railv.-ay would have Hist liea OD my services. !A POLICY OF JUSTICE :House Leaders Seem United- and Quick Aclion May bs Expected Washington, Q.C., March Presidtnt WiEson personally ap- peaied to Congress .ifisembled in joint stsslcn today, to sustain the national honor cf the United States in upholding treaty tiers, by reccaling the Panama lolls exemption, against which Great Britain protests. He asked Congress lo do that 1-5n support cf the forehn policy of the ad- ministration of the United States" and added that an exemption for American stiipe was not only mistaken economic but was in contravention of the Hay- Pauncefote treaty. "I shall how to deal with other matters of even great- er delicacy and nearer conse- quence, if vou do not grant it to me In grudging th President said. (Continued on Page -And council iri at sc.a as tu .woutdt not Lc.wiso to add SI per 'ceuL to'-Uie totr.l for defalca- tion of taies. That would make the s; TJic sum total csUinate, including the II }ior cent lo for dis- counts, is to is to be add.ed'tbo for taxes on tte1 'utilities. The total- assessment amoWs to plus the na- POLICY fOR THE Knight Sugar Co. Will Provide 40-Acre Farms for 100, Families-Would Work With Immi- ration Officials-To Increase Sugatbeet Crop-Local Board of Trade Boosts Project i llic north side. The commissioners aiit the library The commissioners commissioners-can get it without this looked upon a where the people cstra oullay, they.vvant io ilo il.' i able. s the most ijcsir- NATURE OF ULSTER CONCES- SIONS KEPT STRICT SE- CRET, HOWEVER London, March 5.-The Home Rule for Ireland bill was introduced again in the Uo-jsc o: Commons, today by lit.' Hon. Augustine Rirrell, relary of irelanti, and was givra its lirsl rca'iling amid prolonged cheer The government has succeeded C. P. R. BRAKEMAN SUSPECTED OF ROLLING MACLEOD MAN 'ARRESTED Some speedy detective work was put over hy tlie local police. today. At 11.30 a telephone, message from are 'arranging for a meetins; at which arrival in the west. Fat- or hoed crops anolhcr'teri acres .each of finance will ex- .1. ...uu-i'di'iA inif. on vho'c' vear. The remainder he may do as hoi o FANATICS ON THE RACIAL DIFFERENCES CAUSE REBEL- LION the commissioner ot finance will ev plain just how rale reduc-________________ cfl. .Tlio increase in the esthnales is I for Inrgely by iho addition OlMDi V bf tlie 11 lier cent., and incrcaEC flf 1 01 I [LI In-rtd .street railway cover lu interest cliargos and assessment. .The rite will not be deMnitcly struck 'until after tho court bf re- visio'n has lielfl. on Page season. (Continued on page Iiracleod conveyed (he information to ARE INVOLVED i Chid Skcltcn that a man had been Icepirig secret, ti.e nature, of the. con- at slatjon Mj rcssions to be ofercil by Premier As-j on Monday, when the. hill comes a man naracil Joe -llarsus, a C.: P. Nofales, Sonrra, March state v.hh his star of olTicers LETHBRIDGE DISPLACES ALU DISPUTANTS ANNEXING EARLY CHICK RE- CORD IS SIILL IHE Thought They Had. Him Located but it Was a False Alarm-- Motive Still Remains a a Clue Remains ALMOST BROILERS NOW It always remains for l.dhtmilgc lip'for swond recline. According to br.ikcn'.an, was suspected of reporls trom quattcrs conacclcil with .Ihe cabinet, however, Premier As- tliiitti simply will propose that any Irish county may, by a plebiscite, vote itself out of the operation of Ihc hill (of'a period ol three years, in H-JKIOS Ayrcs, March 5.-A of sicje was proclaimed "in Hio a.heavy pnard of troops, left to- to come forward witb real rcc- Janciro, according" to for Xaco, fionora. Ords after every other city Ins i-laim- reaching here ftom': that Kromllhat point Ihe constitutionalist in cit Ktlmonton p.lper, a short- ttat- tl.e L'Ommander-in-chicI will ride into C'hi- Iho toils is now awaitiog-the 14 is undwstooil heic that a strict" pioMUy fnuchinf at Agna- 'lu censorship has hccn imposed on dcs- pricta, 'opposite llouglas, Ariz., and advent oi an ot the law -......'arVivc at Casas (Jrantles on tbe rail- the record for the the Windy City to laVe him lack. He ,or rpad of namils havins rolM tl.e- man and (imc a.revolutionary movement- Marrh troops time lidil "We just paw Hujhson Eoinj.inlq a One police officer informed the Ilej- cottage iu the Dufi he alii this morning that tbe family had 'is still there." wiUully. Mocked all attempts to Ret j Thil is the statement' linaUc hy a youthlli! CLUMII last nifclit- n, [Cport-1hat to Chici and lie, on rumors'of dibjiutcs, ll.e alert, left at once Ins u bc former to run the clue lo c-acth. fii..s' bc M On reaching tho cot 1 age in unreasonable (kspcralion. One' with hope hubblins; in liis heart that that there was relief might be lo the an-; ,Ks'fvlc OTCr the building oi' sious or.K antl suspense and worry ;l (cric.Ci th.ll tiie i is .rta 1nkcn lwo gM piftM hmn Km Wa5 jn jn (hc Iirazilbl, -Chihuahua, }Iarrh S.-I'Cderal b.- into the Premier ,s Irtely to ofter. (custody. the force" Federals were torccd t< oi (ho year, statin; lhat dale of hatching was February earliest hatched vnilcrin'nril. tie entered, the ilwellin.s smMlll racing tjicir to to his chastiii, only a man ptopfriy, conipromising on an :ooM very .much liko the miss- asrwmcnt to take half each, ins nan. tils charartc-rislics ilerc, the 6. the government authorities. -retire. I TEie causes of the disaffection werf A despatch from C'arslairs puljlisb.eil sinrlar heard in the News-Telegram o! Calgary, stated that the m.rlhcrn hurg couitl the Ivlmonion rfcori! all to thn diiei that the small 'h'ciy I smithereens, claiming Feb. 2. as the for the missing Iltiglison. and! The about' gis the matter up, as they say that the man mussy ha.r :md o! the same no' oSence so far as (hcy atc arld 00 is r.ol responsible, Hugh- to have been racial di.erenccs. In the last week ol February, a iioily 'iti Mexico, lie is here to Ic-arn what government ivoyld oi ianafics was tcported lo uc inKon_ Hio Janeiro. The situation in the various'stairs, ____ cjpfcially in Ccara, vas rcpollcil r.s n Tl.Xii Tcr- (Ms. jr.. for many months has priioner hy the rebels at ways remained for t-'ak'arv t'i lake the Icaii, and Ibat a f.n.cier hail hccoming worse. Husincss was saiil virtually lo he been suspentel in several stales, cbicfly ciiihuahiiii pcnilitig ihc nceolinlions those wbcrc the r.earo. population was (or until tomnrrow to very numerous. (o (leaernl The sUfc of Ceara at the- last ecu- villa under iMin oi deAth sus had a PopNlation of about. Para and I'cir.amhuco 000. THINKING OF THE OLD 'UN'1 Mn. Uuiumldgo (Lord Claad He WBS a! and so'3 ttio Kaiser, and so's llotha! Hdnar alio'.it Me: (Ixird Claud Hamilton, shaking at n I'rfmrosc'-Lcasuc baniiuct on Saturdny, orio who c-ntered Parliament wlien tlm late l.ovd Palmer- was at tike head of affairs, I know what U Is to havo a mail.. Ho'was a man! Thn flormnn Kmperor is a (Scncral llolha'ls a luc-u are Iu the Buch MINE TIPPLES BURNT Marcli early today cleslroyed Ihe tlvc'r mid railroad tljiplen of the lilacls Ulamon'il. mlno of the Hlver (.'on- Coal it Coko Co.. nenr Iicre. The amounts to A BERARD TAKES RESIDENCE IN UP FRANCE EMPEROR'S GUARD KILLED A'ienna, March .sol-. dlers or the Emperor's Hillo Rojl-. ment were killed today 'by an Montreal, JIareli P. Derard. former member of the council of Quebec, who resigned office after prnof ba'l been civcn that ho was in tho recent graft charged, salted for t-Vauce yes- 'terday, with his family, Nrhcre that with the infnrina- lioti that bis hens hai ll-.n others hunting Ihc shade for early January IS heini; tl.e risy when these cliicVs lirst saw AMietla sinlight. TliCrc has consiilcrniile foulro- vecsy. over the ilislinctinn, as claif.ianls argued that the rrfurds'ir.- clsidcil province. !ro after the dispute has been sclllrd, l.etli- briilgc calmly away from them all, (or there is .1 fancier here. Mr. C. Norman, of the iloininiini slaft, wiio claims, one ot bis l.cns halthcd nine chicks j o'.it oi a nrst oi ten rgRS-on January' f.t C, just twehc riay.s ahejd ot the Calcary record. Kouthern Alhetla vsed lo of eaileavor. Sunny Southern Alhcrta every time when it The still ccinains. Kor rea-. funs unknown. .has diuppni, o'H oi sfjihl with no apparent motive.] son has been missing now tlays. lor' sis The rolirc1 have chased -down cyesy without siiu-er-y, ate. t.ow be-1 RAILROAD PRESIDENT DEAD Cardc-a I-.L, March C. to surmise that lif kit with, vlee-nrcfidcnt and general' the kr.owlcdv o! lii.i faintly, o' tho Krio llailroad, died snir.r arc r.ven jjoini; it.-far as-, lo hero this afternoon. Ho had IICCR say that they hnriv; where lie is. lil for, some tlmo. WINNIPEG WILL STAND TRIAL IN FOR COMPLICITY KRAF ESCAPE WILL ATTEND THE CONVENTION AT VANKLIEK MAY RESIGN aneho. They -were eiigflxed-in lie will tako up ills rcsldenec. oenvrea on tho prller mounlaln in Hie Tyrol.....'. comes lo latmtns or elimale. -net' Mare-h, wcro al-4U ptr cent. Winnipeg, March (ItaVtll ip iccords in every Jury returned trac hills.against.Pct-J cy KMon Hasel anil ..John ctimniillcd lor trial charged witb complicity in tho escape of John ____ KrafchcnVo from the'Central Police lion will lie taken cither by Mr. r.v-1 KfaUon. Tho prisoners-will-be, ar-: nnlurel or (he legislature until the' raljned this ritletnnou and UK case cr.d of r.cxM the. iutiufnl; will he remanded until .tomorrow in-ill probably tie' finally closed hy itio when it will come .up1.for hcatin; it.eniher lor I'rescolt placing "-''1 Toroiilc. Onf March S.-Ouslav Evaalnfcl says .May Iliat he will at- tenu the'convention called at Van'-, Kill to evpla'n his position. There is no likelihood that any ac- VICTORIA FLOATS BILLS tKrtidon, JIarch of ;Vk- torin, n.C., to the il.CUO.CCO, should the other cases preceding it be. jsignation coinpletcd. let. in Ihc hantts oi tho Kpcsll-j ;