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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME: vn. LETHURIDGE. ALBEKTA. FK1UAY. MAKC1I C, 1911 CENTS XUMKER 72 PESOS WATERMANYACRES 'S LIFE Threat of Pancho Villa Who Holds Gen. Terrazas' Son u Prisoner FATHER HASN'T MONEY Worlh Three Yeats Ago But They Have Taken All GUNMEN GET COP Thomas Wynn, Shot, Raises en Elbow Bringing Down Two Cttv York, N.V.. March Hcc-Hiau Thoii'.aR is Oylug this wording ay the result of wi early battle the liolice and Uiryc mm caught miiliug u Ttiouiilyu More, The police iho guiimiMi and a nmniug battle follou'cil. McHf-ury. u -giiligster, ran into vrynnVarms and shot him. felt. tul raised on liis eHjovr, bringing dovai Mcllcnrv and George The tliipl bur- glar was caught and liiruU-rr Into submission. Proposed Irrigation Schejne Norlh of River Endorsed by the Board of Trade oi Picture p Thursday Maiiiurh ul PI WORE COMPANY IN FAVOR C. P. R. Promises Water (or Taber irrigation Scheme-- All Up -de and'. i i i i r' sijM.ed, IntO MemOUS Mr. Huttc, was [n U-ihbi Ihc I.ethforidfti- Hwnd Commissioner Tracy to an irrigation si-hi-iu1 picjntcd for iho district bounded by L'. I1. H. Aklersyitf ihr west. an-1 by the DM Mau, Helly, l.itlle How Rivers. Mr. tiir BUSINESS IS LEGITIMATE 11'jrlr.p U.c pibt year the Horn'mion j ________ govern H i put has and it irrigation the Grain Exchange Has Staried C. K. ol v.oul-l use iler by Hit- l1. I1- the urr In- iii.ule. ,t Maitfl, lii'J tiiai ILoy TLIP railway v.au-r. iPDl Itflb U.r lUWAt-L, the v.c iir.tii.itU-ttr-il. flip.! frtllnn I j lillii- irmre ami fptv ucr'n-i a thp district riirde. 'i' iulti1 up. Ihi'H- i-.mv.js i.l LETCHER MAY INTERVENE El Paio, Tex., March xl Terraras has until next Sun- day to pay the ran' lorn for his son Luis, who Is held by ths rebel general, Franclico Villa, at Chihuahua. This sum le equal to American gold, bul the once rr.ulti-milllonaire of Mexico, has not now that much money, according to his own ad- rnllllon to his friends. tfcc money tt CAUSING HtM will shortly he promulgatc-d. Al tliCj present time Mr.' I'earsi-n, with Trios. Wyman ui yprii.gE, and John llogers ol Turin ate Futures May be Investigated STRIKES AT THE MILITIA B.C. Labor Leaders Decide Ur.ian Man Can't Be 3 In1.. j. co ;i volition of I'.iitM: uf 1-ilun in X-.-rv Wc-i- 1" I'.IC lhat li'. uf l.v to :ti.y of iho Vaiuo'ivr-r Treih; :iiid 1.3- bnr (.'ou'iul. b> a vote of lo 'Jt. P. I'euiyii'i said that aut-i: a I-o'.iry would furec llif icul I'nioii oril of omanirril labor. His Position en Panama Tolli Queslion Sets a Good Example i DIPLOMAT OF DIPLOMATS Hie p.uiermr.ei.i to iivteut project and iml it as fast ys prbsinlc. H is tliat water lor the proposeij can Ic taken (roni the Old Man rivi-r at llrocket. n-v T'l's district lies rlosely adjiceat Halifax, N. S., March 1-. l ne (o anll thc is steainpr Easington, by the in the develop- Dominion Coat .was mpnt of tl.e same and the l.icii own caught in the ice oti I.ouisb'Jrg, was crs' committee has the loned into that Jiort by the slcampr tlip co-opeiaticn MANY SMALL STEAMERS CAUGHT IN FLOES OFF COAST OF NEWFOUNDLAND 'J'l.l- v''. T- H- v.o-jld not rn.lKi' ti.e j sunn, cr a inin lo tlif spot. I vvitlio'.it a gULiranlee thai at Ipabl aues vvoulil tfiirlil mnil thp COMMISSION w.iter. and tLerc bns been no liilli- .________ cully in this aiiifiunl oi bn'L T. A. tecri'laiy of llit u. Kociety, the Minrcarifliis, Dti'itli ar.J Cliicaso liirgely in fur- j vsr.cit pits loiaV apppated the tUnnR the iiriealion scheme be-. CARDSTON HAS OODLES OF MONEY TO KEEP THE WOLF FROM DOOR pit: 's in the'' resolution. their husi- Tlu-y ness is legitimate and oiieicii hti- of mate views, oi their methods as denied that Ihc system Douglas Thoaas yesterday attemoon. Volli the innr.icipality uwl the Hoard tiEcd in Thn steamer Seal', Irom Halifax to of iblc lor. the farmers .jiiraeil in the, The Hoard o! Trade o! eCorieressional investisjtion oi the March 3 and stated that! the seal fisheries, JR- jammed in the, Tlie Hoard oi Trade o! Diamocd _, ..a datnt slme paci ten miles from Lonisbnrg' City at a recent Hireling passed subject, oi trad.r.i; in mtiire. Chin Coulee, taken haibor. A despatch from Newfound- strong resolutions the pro- sr_ain _anii collen. ti-ntativpu Has' hall of the farmers, was iu thp city Tliursdav ivhPn lie voirPd 1 tiic that at iPasl acre.i' vvouhl 1-e by tiiis [iitch. lie states contraci. with the it. is very fair, ami in all his deaiinss with thp company, he has found out tliat tiiey have tlie fann- er's intcrpsts at heart. The water is lo be raised out vl j Britain Should Not Approach Mexico Affair in Content- ious Spirit jSTRENGTHENlRlENDSHlP London. March '.ommenti on President Wilnon't message, to Congress Sre pub- llshed in most of the newspapers ot this country today.. The gov- trnme.-it oraan, the Gaitltc, pays the highest compli- ments to President Wilson for his altilude In reoard to the qusition of Panama tolls. It says: is not always convenient to ransom r.., 1 iju %vould be u- Chairman Henry, EMPEROR'S GUARD KILLED Cardslon, Alia March i.-Tbe nn- arcial strii'iHicy at IV.c Trraple (.ity relieved this week by tlip arrival ill the Union llanV 011 thp sum for which ihp ilf-j beniurfs nl the to'-vu o! were sold SOII.P littlp time aso- An-, ._ ..__... otii-r large amount, rome a statesman oi other countriw hns'reccnlly IPCII paid out at ;ust juilge wlifn' IIP, advocatea ten and vicinity by horse buyers Irom L.ausc against a section ol his KaCralclieti-an.' Messrs, llcedrr aca i We cannot- teirain, hov-.-- l'il-1'T oi the City Meat- Ever ('roln eiprcssing respectlul aa- manli- and that the United States iect. American gold to "save" H-'Ts'-'probSWe that Oeorgf C. Car- olhcrs, special agent- of the liltnt o! State, at Washington, will lio npfwled to on liis return from Xo- galcs tonight to use his good offices with (leneral Villa whom he has Inunvn intimately (or many years. II is hoped lhat Carotliers may prevail Would Link Them up; With Effort; to ize Opjxisition to Bfidge---Mr. Pearson Cites a Parallel Case-V-Noilh Country Now United ocritio party. Whelher'lepslaUoii to irgulate cot- ton future indies'- b? coupled with for grain dealings, has not ken ;ile'cidcd. Mr. Rohbins said he ia-.prsd'a" con-.raission oi Kenafors, Heprespritatives, and men' from pri- vate 'life. He mentioned President Hartley, of Yale University, as the Farmers oi .tlie Picture'Btitte dis- "We cannot ur.ncrstand the he had in mind. ichel leader to put a milder trict, north of the "wpn't 3 tion ot the Diamond .City people tjij "This Chicago fcald oi trade lias interpretation on thp "trip south' ihan is usual in sucii cases. (Continued on t'age Machinery of Postal Department Large Enough to Handle Larger 1 Merchants We'co.me.Change. Business is Increasing'; CAMPLES OF THE GRAIN BEING 3ENT TO ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH SOARD ENDORSES STOCKYARDS TELLS A GRAND STORY Word was received Vy Secretary lUy of the Board of Trade this morn- ing, lhat samples oi C. K. 'Nohle's excellent, grain crop are now on es- hlbitlon in the front windows of the Alberta omccc in Winaipcc, and that 'they are attiacting an extraordinary amount ol attention. H. J. Daley, publicity commission- er for the province, writes that the, AVinnipeg papers are announcing the splrr.did results attained hy Mr. NoMe, and that they arc bcir.g ftvcn the maximum of puhlicity. -I. llrucc Walker, Immigration Com- missioner, inspected I lie samples and was so delighted with the quality and tho excellent yiplds, that he. at once arranged lo send the balance ol samples to the Canadian government At the rcEular meeting of v the council of 'the Board of Trade on Tlniraday, el-Mayor George Hatch's schome for the establishment of a stock- yards at the fairgrounds, was given a hearty endorsation, and a vote was to have conveyed to Mr. Hatch the wishes of tlie organlzalion for his the venture. f6r parcels in Parcel post has jtern'txtctdcd lo irpoujids instead oi sis pounds. The'''original idea to retain the sis-iibiind .limit ior three months, but as 'il lias been found the organization is complete i lo take care ot parcels up to the lull site, instructions were sent out to- day to poilmaslers to accept them. Word ol the tbanie has not reoch- 'the. local office, ur.d it is not- ev- pectcil before next week. The. traffic has been greatly increased since flic parcels post was inaugurated, tl-.e delivery uason having laVen out lit would rass tlirough'il, ar.d all cxrel'lior. was made in 135a, ho sau, parcels since the lOrh ol would leave mrive or less trade." Uvhtn'ii rool laslcd tor three months Thp marliinery is working smoolim Mr. Pearson cilcd a parallel collapsed oi its own weight, and although tlie system as a wa Spoiunc and Cocur d' Altr.e Citsx' he sJiil, MS 3 Period when the first pat into lorcc did not Rhcrn-.an Act was a ilcad Idler on the limit in wcish.t, the March 6 The- limit of iiayer r.nd the merchant." Mr. Riplcy (he o ual "li is a great example. It the peo- ple ot the United States lespqnil to. it as vve.irel they thcr will oinch iiipie adjust the-differeccc between thtnv and Vns 'with regard to the Hay- I Pnnncelolc treaty. They will have a precedent of profound inlportance to bridge over Ihe river at Diamond the.ie two saiit to he declared. "Vie City, They also Want the street rail- Tearson, of ricture Ilutle, fullest and most- conipre- vvay extended to conl camps in the city jes'.erday, in an interr1 liensive' investigation possifaie if you across the river. v'ew witil Herald in wticli: .lie'decide'lhat any invesliEation is nc- urged Lcthbridge never to givcjcessary or ailvisabie-" lip until tlie hridge ai.d (lie radial I-' NO MONOPOLY railway were accomplished facts... Defense ol the practices ol wheat "11 would hiins us so much closer pits was made today n) C. 11. Can- to It winild, be president of the (.'liicago Hoard the matins oi the counlty north ,oi of Trade. Tl.c Chicago lioard, lie the river, lor it would said.' was meicly LI market place; close touch with our natural nurket: monopoly, through its instrumental- It woiilu Eooil for l.cDiliridgej il-y, was impossible. Icio, anil I sec wheic it Mr.! Oanby hail personal hurt Diamond Cily. In fact, 1 believe j tnmvlsdge th.il "sliarp and even bit- it would make that place'grow as it ter compelition" psistci! between the jicver lias done, llumlieds more peo- clcvilor companies in Chicago. An mail routes, sals that he is greatly o! "other mattprs o! evin in iiivor oi tlie sysieni, but that he greater delicacy." iloPs not believe this district is ready .Gazette says: 'or it just- vel. the Westminster (Continued oa page ALLEGED DENVER EMBEZZLER TRACED THROUGH EFFORTS OF LOCAL FORCE Ilnrnioa C. Snyder, nanled in Den- laking-the ualr tack te Snr- t.. SEVEN HUNDRED VANCOUVER ISLAND MINERS RETURN TO WORK TODAY Thn people of the b.ttcr place, ifcai. re lived there vvcie stronger. evfm in" "if stalule hooks and business and the volume ol ft. con at ehb. He rigorey.lv increased accordingly upclion will, SpoVane. than thobe "o! refuted' cliargCo that thp Chicago Illjintultani says that -U tlie n t niaraonil City are 1r, the pattinpato! in monopolistic is to he raised lo tl'.f ll ponna the road wasbuiU, oppralior.s. d. Ucnc CUj. (fl BASE Charges that growers were dam- r 'jPil Ihroucli tlie profess oi inning lie rlcclared, "is a base slan- at once, .s the report- fro i .01 ;sUics, the increase Bill be mi.ch Mr. SI. Marnoch, president Vancouver, a meeting held yesterday In Nahatmo, etven hundred unanimously adopted a new schedule with the Co.. at once return to.work, agrttmcnt is to run thrte yeart, nnd where before it was a sinal! town, it is r.ow a fair-sired city; The people of Picture Mutto, Iron .Springs and Turin, feel that they of grain iiiipnrters." can never rest until they havc'an ir- He'irjd telcfirams from buyers, rigation system, a radial line to saj inj tl.cy nothing unsaUs'ac- Diaiiiond City with the bridge over' lo'ry 'in thp Illinois inspeclioii. ver on warrants and complaints, al- leging forgery, grayd.larcenv, erhhez: zlement and littering forged docu- ments, was arrested in Caleary yes- (crday by Daniel If. Poyle, a jirlyale detective from Denver, and Turner, of tbc detective staff in Cal- on information obtained in Leth- bridgc last Tuesday. Snydcr is said io liave been con- nenicd with i'iio Unlled States Port- land Cement Co., as sales inanager at Denver, and it is alleged that he cm- Eomo ?SOCO from that con- noyle Irncked Snrder to Hoard of Trade, is very that tho quality of the crops in the south .he sounded as far and u-idc as pos- sible. The r.eivs of Mr. Nobb's crop has already gone to Ihc four corners el the earth, and Mr. Marnoch urfies other farmers in the. vi.-.inllv. who have made records the fcrowinS of Rrain crop" or live ikhould write letters similar (o one sent in by Mr. Nohle, Rivin tual figures and facU. Any data lines he gladly published liy the iieraid. I principal provision it that the mlrierl tlip.'get ten per cent, acvance In wages, hough nothing IE said of the rscog. nition of the United Mme Workers' Union. There were about two thous- and miners employed by the Western :uel Co. before the strike wal called year. The 'mine hat bean Ing with a short crew several weeks. ihc EXCHANGE OF COURTESY PRETTY KAM3ACK GIRL ELOPED WITH GEORGE D1XON, NOW IN TOILS Toronto, March Harder, a pretty girl under sixteen years- ol FIRE AT SYRACUSE Syracuse. X.V., March fire in liio Cook blocl; nt Giflord ndapa early today, llireat- ened tlio'bu.-iiiH-ss serlioti of Syracnpe anil rausril a loss ol over fcrcil of the Press suf- 5IO.OM damages. ,J. YJ. Smith, manager ol the Hud- son's Hay 'stores, slated thin ninrn- ins, ilial'lhf syslem had proven a benefit lo that company, and that it v.as bcini; uspd as much as possible, lie wclco'ir.ed the news that the-lim- it, vould he raised, slating that it us'louljtcilly tnpan a bifi in- cicapp in the amount of ilonP with tlie smaller towns, nnd (lip- rur- al population in tlip dislrlcl. Alvin Ilipley, manager oi tlie Briit- te> conipiiny. is of the same opinion, as are nearly all the merchants in the ciH. 'Mr. Iliplcy brought out the der, Sanders, having tradition. The party stopped In tho city Isat f.Kbt. tieinj; accompanied by lltKs gtrl, said lo be the daughter of thn woman In the easo. Detective staled this mornlog that place the woman under arrect M icon as ahe had crosied tho bordtr. He look poBfeesioQ of some 93QOf> foivd on Snyder, and }TOO W.. w- man. The pair wM'e seen in last month. They registered on 18th, but did not allrict my lar attentfo'. as the police hoi no Mr. iridnc svliero he learned that the I word that they were nar.te.'l man bad resislereil al one Doyle, who catne to Ihc city of hotels. He was accompanied day night, was informed ty po- ll lliat tin.e by llonnjebelSe Sulher-1 lice that they had bwn In the qltr, land, alias Sanders, who Is fald tiy and he immediately left for HID police of Denver not lo Se the where they were loctted within two- man's wife, us his had deserted hisjdaya. It Is teat Snrdsr.lnd elirt- sv'.fc in Denver. Ucleetlve Doyle is ed up In n-jslaeis In Culjtry. SPRING ARRIVES HIGHEST TEMPERATURE IN WEST BEING RECORDED HERE TODAY that lie s.vRlein was aUo help-! "pled the sullen murmurs of the the 'inrrr'nanl from the ircrivins' Not Hi, plfi.did rain-.ent oi -thp Sprinj iortii." Great Britain Should Decide to Take Part in the Panama Exposition London, March the company tlila atlernooii, accord- very favorably on 1'reslilent Wilson's Ins to a report telephoned the police mfisaeo rtgnritliig Panama lolla, Hie lieadauarlerB.. Kvonlng Star urges the llrlllsh gov- The robbery vta commuted by two crnmcnl to reciprocate hy reversing men, who Jninpcd from- an aujomo- Ils decision r.ol lo narllclralc In Iho bile, ran Into the factory oud up -Ian Krftcclsco'c.xrosillon, tlio paymaalpr. r While no one officially declares that asc, is in Hie Salvation Army Home Is '-hs fsit tflday ar.il lur husband, Ocorgc en hundred men are golno back is ,s cllstortj. 0, vir.ci.il rolice, on a charge oiv ali- duclliis her from Knak.. _____ against the will of her parpnls. This up Q, 6.-Tlie iiav- Tlit PareMsol (he girl infor.mpd.lle very suggestive. AUTO BANDITS GET and trace flic couple. Provincial Po- lice Chipf Hojcers lepated (tali.in. a lumlipr in Ihe MuskoVa. dis ttict, p.ntl information sent fo regarding tiie uhereabouts ol the couple resulted in a.wire from1 the II. X. W. SI. Jhavc the man arrested.. wej_ ;ue evidences on cveryliand _______________ the limit, is raised to ill said Mr. P.iplej, "il will yf f T f-V T> cnabfc 115 to ffjid a larger r.iimbtr ol VI I I I H roHfis flirougli Ihe inr.il. that we 1.TJL JLV JL-J JLV would otbPnvi.p send 'by express. ________ U'ilh the limit on, the n.ir-1 eels that flenl by mail, would have lierta, Recognized Mexican by thai rnuir rcfianllps? of the ____ D -J C' J i pnst, Ihe. system ks- gopher is 1 resident blgned Warrant soifd Hie cost of smiling. 1 Inok for x ftotehouse lot Against Villa jmlul spring is iipre. The Rtassliiippers ate onl, chirping lelr meny tliC meadow larVs their sweetest, the is 'busily hutrow- his. yearly crop :lr.c limit to inrre.w our stoifn provisions.. tion is going sleadily forward at the present time. The company has placed an order lor mote men. and the railway construction woik in the south is expected lo commence belore the end o! the month. .There are rumors Of real estate ac- tivity on thp. north tide, ar.d several stores are planning to open hrar.ches in lhat p.irt oi HIP city, another sign lhat thp season uf seasons is upon the Sunny South Winnipeg, Man., March grain wire despatch from Mexico City tr wilh the cour.fry around l.cth- ttnlpcratnrr in I.e.lhhridge to- iilgt tii Ilip r.dvoi.UfiC- of both thp (jay ai r.oon Mas the warmcal in prairie provinces. i l-'arrncra are liusy al HIP fanning I Merchants and husincss men all ov- er tho city are for the bst dying brpath of the money slrlngpncy, which has brcn thp .lonali and jinx of Ihc vvholf w-tsl for the past 'sleen monns, to come at- limp, and 'A government warrant, Oentral Villa with murder and Gen- cral Carranra with beiny an acces- Vviu drawn up by the Mexican Mlnllter of Jultlce. and signed by -The warrant lioliff that the leaders are rcspon-K- jlble for murder of SIR GEORGE ROSS UNCHANGED TODAY Torsnlo, Onl., March change in Sir Hosi' coijdlllon is noted lodjv. wil, con, the fast wmci, will be, out will! their discs ar.d har- n'mtcr. _____ rows. TiiP Souliiern Alhprfa Lund tom- norlh ol .Hie l.'ittlf llov.', has ff lour constrnction ca'nps undpr way, nnil HIP- 'engineer. K GUILTY OF MURDER Montreal. March Siiilly of muraering l.illgl Ssrolll'll enlire- Atigual. and cciilonccO lo C- ly out cl the ground, so thai- cxcavj- .liaiifed pa -May 22. ;