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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. ALBERTA. SATURDAY. MA1H II 7, CENTS NTMHKK 73 That is What I'coplc Are Tak ing if They Turn Down Meters Commissioners lju( Queslion at Meeting Last Night ;n Central School WESLEY CHURCH WILL BE DEDICATED TOMORROW WITH SPECIAL SERVICES BEFITTING THE OCCASION THAT IS TESTIMONY OF KEN On PIGMY WHICH WAS ON THE SPOT PROMISED dY HCN. PELLET! EH DEBATED IK THF HOUSE! MADE EFFORTS TO RISE They Do Not Favor a. System of Give Xo Relief v Sifp sue Slimly Attended "Vote for the Installation of ihe water meters costing; SiT.OOO; vote .'or the inEtanallon of Equipment costlug or vote for the city 10 take a chance on Its preeent equipment and exonerate (he touncll in the event of serious von- Lotidou, Martlj lo tcstiumiiy i-i iiicinhers of the crew ut the destroyer v.ljivii was en Ihe spvt when suhruanjiP "A 711 disappcirtd oS in .T.iiiivuy, the ufcupanls of Htf ill- fated vessel rnubi have HvcJ nt least an Ijdur after the Mil marine sank, and during Ihe greater jjatt ul i that lime v.'erc engaged in the hope-" le.-ss task" of tvying to brinn licr to Ihe surface. The i-rcvv ul the I'iguiy 1 saw [hiring that time iJdiodk-al conc- shaj-cd uphraxals ol water growing i gradually less until they ceased. This, I ar.cy by bluwlrir-out tl.e trimming J rr.'l ll.at lauks vir.til the last ounce of com- heca LUMI. an pressed air was exhausted. How the The dedication sermons oi Wesley he to'tte ari-hitfcls, Mrssrs. estry brick wilii uimr.iiiiKs. cohui-ns I" H-e i-liary-i made surplus buoyancy, which every church will be preached tomorrow by II. M. and VT. v Whiildlcftoa. of and cornhc oi Ima! dandslnnr Hum: I-Ac-roti uiersiblt! relainr, when driving, was Kcv. S. Chown, U., Gei.eral this city. While U.e Tj'-iiltliRe dues rot the. MonnKb. quarries. It ib l.caUtl by j of -J. lost is a quest Inn which may never Huperiut-r.deiit, at II a.m. ar.d 7.35 impress'one as ecclesiastical in its three steam toilers ar.d ventilated by rai.dnUle iur t' be solved. It might liavc hcen caused p.m. Tlie format dedication will take exterior, it to afford a hot or rolrj air driven in by a sistant 'lepiu; by a mishap to the tanks or failure place at the morning u'hen splendid church >Euin, clecuie fan, llie ioul air t oi lorpcdci-tnlie door ta operate. pastor, and licv. A. Can.croa 1300. unsurpassed in its comfort and hc.itc.l Rues. The lighting because thc boat's liev. .1. U Francis -.till assist, convenience, and hall of complete tricHy, the electroliers oeing Ofcrhgs to llie buildin? will be equipment for Hibic FcKont .ir.il social ly iltsiencd in cast brass ANSWER: End Came Early This Morning 1 in '1'oruiHo (initial Iluspilul Hud Keen Sinking Rapidly of Recovery Editor, Pre- mier oT Ontario mid Lead- er of Senate r.c.i' r.ild l-avc to reply I appoint- P.S as- Ontario's Fine Educational Sys- tem Due to Monarch of Oratorv Or. more jms sterri sturk in the mud. I There is now little hope of ever recrivea. AH augmented chuir 'bringing the "A 7" to the surface, reciler tt.e She; lieii in 27 fathoms of water, while of Inland' _. G Ly i Kevtntie on the on it. HAS AGENT LOOKING FOR SITE TO COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT TO BE our 'experiment 'with the Pati- lagcs bill at the Sherman proves success, .Mr- Pantagcs will-build the finest theatre, iu Southern Alborta in Lethbridge." This was the afatcmeat made the Herald this niornir.g by Manager Wilson, of the Sherman Theatre, feet long By SO fcx-t wide and Wesley; -rue contractors arc as follows: hall, which adjoins The church, is 9ri j j.-or Brothers feet long and 13 ice! wide. Wilson, Ltd. The style' of arrliilftture is on the For Uavidson Metal Co., liiiL-E Christian Hasiiica l.tti. with barrel vaulted roof and semi-; For Electric Co. For t'ity grating Ont. i urn has'a-bowlen lloor turvril 'Hie erection the building was laudel's j seats far ihe gallery ac- ir. February, 1913. thc The occasion will introduce a un- comraodates givintr a iota! seat-.hoard is to he congratulated on car- :que style of church edifice in West- igvui.1'360. ryinj thro'Jgli its erection during the C'ai.ada, the credit ior which mUEt1 laced with red tap- past year. saii! il u-as tri- Kr.itrr ULP sainr .Servkt At-t as apji kc tiun> fjlher r.oieit men in Cati- thf late HULL Ceorge WU- uab j soiiool trachrr .in li.p btc his rarly also a o: pub- fieraKl Hroivn, tjt. opi :i. Mghly-interesting raeellng oM.he vot- ami j-.cc quaders buried in the mud Dr. Hoot; solo, Uiss Young, circular apse for i-huir anil organ with i For seatinf prs was held under the auspices of (0 (he base of l.er coning iov.er, so "I know that my Redeemer- seats Ior slnscrs. Thc company, Dund.is, The South I.ethuridse liatepayers' as- it would be almost impossible to Uauciel grand chi-ius, i um has' a- bowled floor inrvnl The erection oi ay a tiCuspaper editor ami dctuilv jninister oi the lie- uritrr. lie became pardnrrLt of labor laivyer and slalesnian, At llie sfisim not by any ccmfinfd to tut tiir proviutic in snust oi Doiuld waiiicil to 'ivil Service Ai'l is to lie extended o tl.e outside service. it is remarked I'clle'iier, o was leading the House. U. S. Senators Foreshadow Only..Possible 'Course'-Left Open lo Wilson-.-Huerta Not Strong Enough lo Fighl Reigns Supreme in Carranza's Terrilory of Whjch Only Armed 'Interyenlion by the Unifed States Cari'Break Washington Marrli ttrveation v.iii bc-dilncult to avoid, nay duty to humanity and civilization 1 L To. senatois of experier.ee in at- this lime it is to put an cr-J tut tne province political victories uere won. Horn in [he comity ol Middlesex. Out., near Nairii, on September j 18-11, the iu'iuic 1'reiuier oi Ontario the grour.dwork ul his educa- for. In public schools, afterwards ;pasrfcg through the Toronto Normal ar.d Alton College, Ueltevilie, from which he receiieJ the degree oi in 1S83. The honorary degree oi I.L.D. was afterwards bestowed pa him by these universities: St. .'An- Scotland, .1SSS 11893- Toronfii UuiTcrsity.'Isnt; Mcv POKED FUN AT CROWN PRINCE I Master, 1302; Kingston. AND WILL SUFFER 'FOR .Hr. wa5.iKsirittUllirce-Uir.es.. Kirst to .Uiristina Campbell, in 10.Catherine Boston. in'JStS and 'inHay, 1S07, to Mildred "Peel; -.sisffr-of the la'te-'I'aul I'eel, a 'Oana- !dian artist wliose fame extended.-far heyond the land' of bis birth, by wh'ou'i lie is euniied. his connection IT JUSTIFIES -HjS lor hbcHing William. Fnpcc rcdcnck equipment, wag practically wiped off the flate, w being worthy of serious Wi cJnalderaHon. to is-ln-store for-lhrm Mayor Hardie vna first speak- j( ihe CXpetimHt ljs er lo tafce the stand; Ho" went over Ihe ground very thoroughly, cover- Sne, point by phase of thc TRIBUTES PAID SIR viator meter GEORGE 'ROSS1 nut the very important facl that Ihe "would be the only way Ihat ippearar.crs both sides.nave aoout Having-concluded thc insti.il step Yrvvt -....V ta.. rcaclicii Vhc end of thrir geographic Ihcv ask whether or tiot thc United: WM tvrr Uia M tbe wi" bft'ln a r0pe Stairs woubl not hc lii a better po- s posiliotl ,o tienjnntj the teliremfntn! Hucrla is maintaining a scm- sifion tn-ric.il lluevta than il is of intervention by tht L'citrd will bt- in ilarch Mcyec, jiil llie Socialist news- paper IJVorwacrts" ras hro'Jglit tip' tlij'days of for trial twJav on charges of treason wiUl ..ednralti Uoss had much to took a deep interest in'the !county ilodel School question, and. their1 orgaiuzalion prepared -i. for their filleil Ior a titne the otlicR He steadily contended ifotniily of anrf 11 limiting proiessio sltonj; believei in Liberal sr Hon. Sir KbsV pltingr into the niae'i- loUtEcs ni 1872, when lo the -House of Com- ririing ol hc represented till i lift iaiown ns tl.e "jciil i :eu m SCAP IS53, ivhen he entered (Continued on ho Huerta al once uith some hope of success. In vifR- ol the policy ot President ndmittedl) Ihosp. of anarchy and cha- Wilson, thc above outline oi plati in cs'for Ihc oi Conservative Senators tioii.ilisls bfen (jriablr to con- sounds like bombast. The fact this Uol any ii.depenrfcnt hands nf rnar- _______ _____ MEMORY t sugjestioa is seiioiisiy entertained in augers, wfco, operating blance oi orrtrr in southern Mexico, now, and ihrn procent to answer tlmt conditions in Northern arc- qiifMion aflirmativcly. They believe that witli the. Lorth- reason .lint thr Const-iti> ern jirovintes unilcr ihe control oi the United Slates and with lainty nf bis own fall, if he failed to with yield upon the promise oi the United ,.o..0 __ ol Iho deatli of Sir George Ross was the minds tlian> Conservative lliwii for purposes oi persona! States (o rtsiorr those provinces to (Continued on paga ALBERTA EXPRESS AND SPOKANE --EXPRESS'TAKE PLAGE OF'FLYERS "On r.r.wlimc .InWcs-takin? cITtcl The. train irom h March 15, fraics.'.vjllrxtrivcatld leave s known as the Spokane, ivxprfias, and follows: Train train trom Spokane -is.'lo -he from Medicine, arrive at knonn as the.-Aibeita lOxprcss, the J6.I5, lf.ivc.lC.Ij (or 'Calgary via first train .for Sp.dk.inc leaving Cat- Aiders) Train- number 512 will ar-. gary on Sunday, March ]5 at 16k, rive Irom Calgary at via Ihc. hrriring at .Spokane, the' following Aldersyilc, ar.d le.iic (or Mcdicir.c list TREED BY WOLVES FOR NINE HOURS. LADIES RESCUED ill. 13.50. Train number 538 'from Cal- raty via .Mac-lctid will arrive at 13.2i, Tiioinine al !UO. The return (rain ar- riics al Calgary at 14.15, leaving the southern at 18.30. This train for1 Calgary same1 connect at Calg.iry for :l-Mmonton, al'17.25, raaVing- connections-taivl willi tho Toronto KsprciK. Thc for Spokane al .Maclcoil. Trains 538 service will lie anil 533 to lip ilriily lictucfn standard. lirMgc and Madwiil ilaily except 1 Hnnrlay between. Macleorl and1 Cal-r Oilier trains arc (o remain llie VANCOUVER at 1 This despatch srnt oul fnmi Mr. (.'oleinan's oltiic .it Canary (his iiiorning at liis sprrfa! refjuest, so (hat l.ethbriilge p.itryns woiiirl have Ktcvc (lie Ml tin Isinn tills a'ttrnonn. Mr. ilomlenl of ttio Vancouver Fort William, March 7.-.M-I ter teveral hours in Ihc hrar.ch-: cs of a tree, where Ehey had. tatfcn! refuge from Mrs. licr ar.d Miss Margaret Vroonian. lour.J Inlc last night by a small search party in town- ship, west ol here. The wornrn had started for a neighbors and lost thdr way. Tliey war.derctl around until af- ter nightfall, they iieard cries of wolves, whieh animals this jear aic niunero'is in tho district, eman- MR. COLEfilAN SAYS TENDERS WILL BE CALLED IN A FEW DAYS EMPLOYEE CHARGED .WITH have oniercil the steel, rmd e.ill inr iiinicrs for eonstrne- lion of thc 13lli street subway in a Very fe.iv salil Mr. D. C'. inan, nf thc AlbeiU Division ol Hie C.I'.H. U.ilay. Mr. (lol.vnan [Mssed llirongii IliC. rity al noon, Laving hcen down over Uie Carrfston line, jesteniay witb M. Cameron, supe.rinfeniient <-f tKn divi- sion, on a trip of Kisptvtion. peels, that thc uork of excavation slart very soon, b'lt rar.TiOt ?.iy rMCtly when, as the tellers liavcixil CRAFT Vancouver, H.C.; March ts al- siiperin- water- per t'fiiciiun iliil not know Inal the htlieclulc had Ijecn gH'cn. out al Cal- K.iry, was so 'conrleous as tn Hire ripNiallr.for Ihc. iiifotmalionj'11 goUlns ttio business of thc cltj. tiorii tllis taerning. enquiry Is being hclil. works system, rccchcd monit giafl from onp firm inlcre alinp in several ijuarlers. shortly before midnigtil, the wnmrn, were suffering Ihefros- ly atinosiihcre, HAOEL 'AND WESTLAKE IN MEXICAN TO BE TRIED MONDAY Kl 1'aso, Tcv, March cafe WiiniKt'. Man.. March of E. Goodncau. n British subject. .ilasel, Krafclienko's la-.vyer. horn In Canada, serving n fiD-day sen- nml Jiitm Wcstlake, against whom lenco at imrc-, lot alleged theft, was bnjs were foiinil ycaterdny, for placed fn Ihc bands of Charles A. O. 'complicity ihargcs, will be trlcil nest 1'crcoval, of tbc Ilrlllsli Consular scr- -Monday at Winnipeg. Kratelienko's vice, hero, Thursday. 'trial comes pf( af'.Morten on Tuesday. COMMISSION TO EXAMINE BENTON BODY IS BALKED: C., March rolary Hryan snid loday tliat An- slo-Auicru-an Corni'tifssion appoiutcil to (he Iicsy oi William S. Hrutoni the subjrcl, was iti It the coTiiTnisyion vill further oiTott to at'OTiiplish (hn tnsV for it was .ipl'uintini. .Secretary laid noUiinr, hail hern rcceivcil Ihe investigations in thn tir.il M.iiicli cases hy HIP 3 tnry evpt-cts to thr.cmm .sion's in c. (irripral Carrnii7a lias declared that any information in iV.r Hen ton I must fcr delivered to Ihc au- j tl'Orilipx their.selvcs. BERLIN OLD COUPLE j FROZEN IN HOUSE 1 Hcrllri. Ont, Slareh ycslcnJay nfttrriofyii Jacot Ti, find ]ita sister, .Mary 77, frozen In their farm l-pnac jtcur [ills city. They lived ales ;t The Late Sir George Ross ;