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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMK VII. ALBEKJA, THUKSIUY, MAKCH 12, 1'Jl 1 CENTS NUMBER 77 DOWN IHE Krcc Implements' Kcsolulion v Ucfcaled by Regular Majority' Premier Intimates Motion is One of Lark of Con- fidence TROOPS BEING RUSHED TO MEXICAN FRONTIER Washinoton, D.C., March Two more regiments of .United SVates troops were moving to join the Mexican border patrol today. Two battalions of the Ninth In- fantry at -Fort Ga., were loading baggage trains and assembling field equipment to move to Laredo and: Eagle Pass, to become part of a military force in the state of Texas larg- er by three thcuiand men than the ore General ShaTtcr ltd in Cuba. At the War Department h '-'.as said th- two regiments probably would actually begin to entrain Sunday or Monday. it is ex- pected that the Seventeenth will make the trip from Savanah to 'Galvtston en one of the army transports leaving Inere on Tuesday. TWO HINDUS MURDERED IN RELIGIOUS QUARREL Mcighen Opposes Motion Show- Change of Front Since 1911 Oliver, Clark, Huchanan and Oilier Western Members 1'ight for Farmers BUILDING AT FAIR GROUNDS MAY BE MOVED BACK- ANNUAL- MEETING A. C.BOWNESS PRESIDENT MariVll. The Cran- OLD COUNTRY COMPANY WILL BE GRANTED ACRES OF CROWN LANDS SETTLE 200 FAMILIES Krcdericton, N.M., M.irch .Manager McNicol Lines a Prize , Thai Will Please Special I'rizts in Each of Southern Dislricls Aim is (o BriiiR Every l-'aimer Within Reach Into Com- petition B.C., March Tv.o Hindus, Brynh Singh and Rarrah Singh, murdered ak- Gull River, f.-crty-three miles east of here, at an early hour this morning by one or more of their countrymen. One Hindu, Sabin Singh, who the day before h-ad purchased a revolver and rifle from a local store, is urHer arrest, and the police are search- ing fcr other accomplices. The tv.'o men lived to- gether in one 3Hack, v.hit; four others liver near by. Five shots from a .32 calibre rJfie v.ere fir- ed vsithin the shacV: of the mur- dered men, alt of which too'ci only 1 I rural' immicipjliiiei have been erected in the province south of Cal- gary. The scheme has hecn' un- there doc.s not appenr lo have been an cctivc. propaganda. "J'liat is or.c reason l.ethhridgc is present in tliis convention wilb a and also.accounts .pattly for out desire for the ciraventio'n rest year at I.ethhridge. There arc 75 Mich municipalities provirlpd lot our distrjcl, and we'wanl them soon as possible.1' CHURCH Toronto, Marcli XV. who has fnr Ihi- Morilen, Man., March 12. Alter having heard the evidence of hut five iinpurtant witnesses connected with: the murder of H. M. Arnold, and tlie rubbery hy violence ol the Hank oi i Mreitreal, al Plum Coulee in Dccem- Ibctt'last, with only hours' dc- i librralion, tiie grand jury elltd'by Ciiici Justice Mathers at len i o'clock'this morning brought in a true'hill ot indictment against Jack KralchcnKo, the accused, -llavine no iurlhcr cases inr Iheir consideration, (lie fund jury then with their customary visit lu Ihe public institutions ol the llirlii judicial, district, niter which UIET. made their presentment lo- the Chief .lustice. Tlirir report, in ihe main, was highly satisfactory, and but IcA' rofiininiendalions made, viz.: a jail yard surrtinnricd by a l (dice or a shnulrl [jc made in the. siirroundiiij; the jail; an ad- land tilics oilice Prince Albert City Clerk Takes Prince Albert, Sask., March 12. H. Hull, until a fev; days acio city treasurer, appear- ed in the police court this morn- ing on a charge of misappropriat- ing of the city's funds be- tween January cf 1912 and the present'dale. Hull Is understood to have admitted that he took the money to speculate in real estate. The case was remanded until Saturday. Hutt is out on bail, from himself and each from E. C. Osborne and Adam Zllliax. The shortage En the city's cash -was discovered by the auditors, .Warwick, Mil- 1 chcll, Peat who are going over the city's books thoroughly, Hutt Is very prominent in musi- cal circles here, and his arrest on a warrant sworn out by the May or-has created a sensation. HKC to the finished hlochs will'he ov- ercome by liaving1 the work- done on Ihe smoochest cheque arlisls that Iho western o'rlcirils have, ever contended with. K. K. Kdwards, alias Frank V. was caplurr-d by the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, under the altar of the Anglican Church at Grassy Uike, last Monday .ighl. Tlic name of Chambers brings mem. jr'ies of utipleasaiitness to many of' the local- merchants, who were so gmoolhly shorn by this wily, and uu- torious artisl Iwo years V.'liilc Edwards is looked upon as', being a second Chambers, both'from' the fa'r.l that he. tbo notor- ious criminal's name, and that hc'oii- crated in. Rimilnr manner, is not the mau who did the ibcal-mer- So" fiir as is the t-JLuu.u uj JIJ..UO v.w..t real Alexander "Chainbcrs is still at the siwt, ami the dressed slohe lifted- large, biit ihe capture of fcMivatds is- into place as soon as.finished. j looked upon as beins a otlllfant one.' II. A. Cbristiinsoti, inspector ami i as the extent of his workings is said uiierinlerident of construction, will. to be on a par -with-those of his fa-i u ou the srpiind In a few days, anil j moils namesake. will IjeKiu. Two years is the I A circuiar ilescrihlng llic wnntcd Jme set hy President Wood for the j man, uas issued al Edmonton on Feb- of the work. The preBi; i ruary 1C. He was fully Jen! is chairman of ihe. building com-! and when a man entered a store at niltee: John F. I'arrish, secretary-1 Grassy take last week, offering ray- reasurer, and President lleher S. Al- metit for. certain goods with a cheque, and Uiohoii J. T." the other ncmhers, .Rishoj) Bro'wn is also as- Mstnnt suiicrinlondtnt- of tion, and will give most of iiis time lo the ivork. DEAD WITH 5500 IN POCKETS Prince Alliert, Saak.. Marcli Coroner David in the nockefs of clo-tliine worn by Amcdo Daly.'-A'ho was found deal in n shaclt fourteen from Marce- HTI, Daly hail the tlio merchant called the tank, mana- ger over the learning that there wfls no deposit under Ihe Fiyned to tbe clicifiic. cou- pled wttli the man's likeuess .to thn description, led the police to believe. that thD best thing to do he to arrest him. He was brought to Txjlhbririge on .Monday afternoon, an Edmonton merchant, wlio hnd been mulcted, notified by wire, lie bank. Cardiac asthma is given as j jllg d the cause of death, r came to I.ethbririge, and identified him as the ivauteil man. Edwards was taken to the capital yesterday af- ternoon, the Grassy charge' uc- on Page 2J.1 "bAMAGEACTiON AGAINST NAVIN BROS.'pVER-ACCIDENtTO N. H. HARDING. WILL INVESTIGATE COTTON AND CHAIN FUTURE TRADING Wiishtn'slon. D.C.. March What gives promise of developing iiilo orre of ttf mosl-intwrelicgdani- age actions ever hefore-' a lociti Ihrec years, naslor of Yonyf street a up-to-date building ic Jlulhoillit church, has received and i that tl.e fees paid to accepted, a call to the Central Jlcth- itnew'cs allfiidini; criminal prosccu- odisl churi-h nl Calgary. Ho will (ion he at h'-isl doubled and that jtir- leavc next July. ots' fees also be increased. anil one lliat 'will interest cvr .vurkman in the province, is the gressional 'Investigation of the inslituted in the Supreme Cnurt II. llardir.s lor BECOVERING FIRE VICTIMS, rhrte More Taken Out Today Mak- Ing Kansas City Man Burned? SI. Mo., March more hodicg were recovered after daylight bringing Hie total number recovered lo foutlei-n. Of Ihesc. leu havo.hccn Identified. ing in futntcs of cotton nml grain was foresbadoweil today when the amoiintinR lo SI510.50 agauisi House lluies coinmitue anpninlcd Hnither.s, detractors, for ii finb-cominittoe to draft lor such notion. resolution I sustained cm the new I liiiil'lini; Ijst Seplemljcr. _________ I Mr. Harding was worVing al the .......hnist in rlevaling lu'.ildiii! inalcrlals to the upper floors ,HE the building on .Sepfemiier Illh. I The elevator fell, striking him' so that serious injury, necessitating me- _ jdkal and Mtrirical trentnirnl-, result- His Amendment Limiting Time for Starting Construction to One Year Passed by of claim sets uut r i n ii it ii- 'n I l rv I l'Ml 1VMS due to !iegl: R. Green bays failure to Build is Holding Back the Uisirscf and dciativc tonstniciion' a> trih'itablc tti cross neclicence on tlie Int., March con-- cumr-anies for special Ire.tlmcnt. j "I did not see II." Mr. flennclt. of the bill lo tlie! U. F: Green (Koolenay) Dr. dr-c'inred that (ho anier.dmcnl. There a feel-i It suits Jlr. llcijiiftl lo allow the bill hip. he, paid, that Hie