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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta mm 10 SIR CECIL SPRING RICE, BRITISH AMBASSADOR WHO AWAITS OUTCOME OF .BF.NTON CASE OF MS SWF Biggest .Convention in History of Association Will Meet at Easier MANY NOTED SPEAKERS Meetings Will be Held in the Spacious Wesley Church Auditorium Seven hundred teachers, frwn ever of the, Ptovit.ce, ace ihe cifv nest, inonlh. when tte [if h annual 'convention oi the Alt. Vocational association, Kill be. l.cl in the new Wesley church I, ere. Plans Tot Ihe accommodation o-anseroents are. being made to Uk care ot at least seven hundred The convention onras at 10.30 on 5br. morning of 1-1 IP.d continues for three days. riir- addresses ot welcome will lie extend- ed His Mayor llardie ami .J. llijinljolhara, chairman of the tcliool board. Hoii. J. 11. 'Boyle, minister ot edu- i-ation, will ho in altcndance. 'o ad- clress the delegates pa the first day, imd other eminent educators are to be present during the- sessions. After Ihe opening day, Ihe convention will divide into sections covering llic sec- ondary, senior ami junior classes, when intcicsliiig topics will lie. taken up. -On. -Tuesday evening, Prol. Roli- irfsoii; C.M.O., L.L.U., of tlic Univer- sity Ot Alberla, will give, an aildrcss r.n Ihe subject, Development Pol- icy for Alberta." Dr. .1. C. Miller, director of 1cfV.ni.cal education, vail address the Junior school section on ;aml Miss J. C. McKay i Montessori. system ot 'education at trie-same 'session. -'On Wednesday, i'rofJ Maria oi the. University ft! give a. popular lecture on "Venice and Venetian Pic- and on1 Thursday will deliver "Moral 1'ower In the Carranza Commission In- vestigating ihe Crime Makes ihe First M .ove ONLY PICTURE OF WILLIAM S! BENTON, FOR WHOSE MURDER MAJOR FIERUO IS BEING HELD niminc TUC ULimuo IIIL El March Uncon- firmed htre Ian night from Americans arriving from Chihuahua to the effect that the Car- rarua commission had caused the ar- rest of Major RiidoKo Flerro. one ol General Villa's subordinate officer's. as the of. William S. Benton..s British subject, were S'Vtn credence today by those In tht case. The reoorts .ttaltd that Major Fl- crro it being! held, on a blind charge (or the killing of Mexican railroid rr.cn in a resort At the time it was repbrlcd Flerro _vrai I" Central VII la's "office, b: rl the .tine 'of the It is that 'the Carrara" commission began its investigation with inforn-.alion thst Benton had Wiled by Fierro. WANT :San Antonio, Tev., March H.-l-or rial application for a 01 balira corpus iu behalf of Cc.ernl Mcrcario Mesicaii Federal conimar-iler, .inn iiOD Mexican Federal troops held at Fort Uliss was' filed in H-e Federal court here- today.' an address ion F.very teacher in' the schools has the right to attend tbe ship. WAS WORTH ABOUT BUSINESS TO BE CARRIED ON BY.-.TFUISTEES SfURDAY New Yori, March Cicorje Wcstingh'ouic, 'the .famous caEinrer and- inventor, who died here, yester- day o: heart disease, provided in his will for the continuation of-hls large NO EQUITY OF JUSTICE business interests. under a trustee MAV. R.CHAHDSON. OUTRAGE qupVKfN THE WOMEN l'l'aso. Texas; ilaicli 13. The cfiort of General Carranra to prevent unjust confiscation of in rebel territory in Mexico, particular- ly thai. oi foreigners, will late the form oi a 'commission to leview the evidence on which srivures ahead; si -flrsl- al the arrival o .Oarranza, probablyl'ahout ten day belie'vetl by HL'JBC wb j Recent Falal Pislol Duel in 1 Germany Aired in ihe House WILL BE FIRST IN ALBERTA- LETHBRIDGE NOW LOCAL CENTRE I2 DUELS LAST YEAR lOflicer Must Defend Honor in Spile of Lasvs of God and Man llorlin. March among. ii- tne German army was stroncly Jrfecdcd today by l.ieut.- IJeneral Krich Von Kalkenbayn, min- istei ol war, in replying lo an inter- pellation regarding the fatal xl Metz on February wl-.eu -I-ieul. llaagc was tilled. The minisler oi war saiil duelling- was a Mcwsity for tbe military cable. He made it clear that his cf- to diminish duelling in the armv were directed not against the duel', but toward tic restriction- o! the 'number oi c.iscs iu which an en- counter was regarded as imperative. "I ptrsonally would consider it. A he said, "it the concep- of personal honor on which tne practice o! 'duelling is based, should he eradicated. I admit thai duelling is'an oiiet.se under the laws, both ol God and o! man, and is an evidence ul physical rather than of moral cour- iage. Moreover, the penalty is liable i to fall en the wronged man. Never- theless an officer he tlie dcfend- jer oi his honor ar.d is entitled to re- his sell esteem to vindicate Ins manhood and to repel the- imputation of-laclc ot courape by lacing his ad--; I duels in he saiil, "among the fs.Onrj- u I active and reserve ofliccrs.i.n tt.p I man army, hilt ibis rale is still, too ild The-'fatal duel at Meti cmild Ottawa, Out., March lecn .gTnled. ii l.ieut. linage _. "__1 iinil "T_J t.niil hp rnnrt. ni horiiir has me rigni 10 auom im co-ivcnlion, and even district whose It was officially slated tpda) .tha teacher attends all sissions, shall re- bis death will not cl.iang teive Ihe government grant ior the .oi policy or operation in connection (our nav-s. Dr. A. M. Scott, oi CaKwilh any Wcstinshousc industries. A is urcsiaent ot the organization; plan which' long ago be cnrelully X K Carruthers of I-acomhe, is sec- thought !ov Ihcir continuance and re'tarv and A. Hamilton of Uth- direction goes immediately. into el- fcridg'e, convenor of ibe local raitlee. com- WO WHITE LADIES MISSING FROM LAO KOW REPORTED HO SAFE London, Mnrch safetyi [tit the Mieses Black, o! the I rJrillsh China Jnland mission, -who were reported nilsBing after the burning and looting by brigands of the town of Ho Kow, in tho province of llupeli, was con- [irmed in .1 "official despatch from I'okln" to', the Foreign Of- flca today. Tho two women es- caped, anil arrived today at Fan Cheng, farthcv down the river Han KianK. The men clioscii to carry but this vork are his brother, Henry Herman Vtstinghonsc, who is president oi the American Hralic company; and vice- president and general inannjer of the Weslinghouse Air Ilrake company Charles A. Terry, vice-president o! Ihe Westingho'Jsc Kicclric and Manu- acluring company, and H. Updf- .director of WcstinghoiibC Air Drake, company. individual wealth and holdings of Mr WcstinglioiiPC.iuve- been csli- niaied'nt more Mr. YVestingho'JEe, who was in his sixly-ughlli )car, will be buried Sat- in Wooillawn ccmclciy this li-cd with Carranpa, 1hal i means ol reiaiiiiuuu n is who have been wronged which will be shall he inadc first. keenly felt by. llic community at. 1 large "Miss liichardscVs arlion. is, ol. course, widely criticised and .con- demned, h'.il the ical culprtls aie Premier Astiuith and his goyermnenl who have taught women by precerl- ami example thai tl.ry rare nolbmg equity 0< or the priceless or equ 0 traditions ol liberty. The only .thing DREADNOUGHT WAVE OVERTURNS A TUG SbJpponolliam is secretary-treasurer.: Most of the members of last year s iirday city. __ Prince Albert, March W. Dougan, collector for Collier's ly for many years, died here lasl ev- ening after. a week's illness. iiauiiii'uj ui in it. which influences them is a strong anfl turncil ovcr. The crew was Norfolk, Ya.. March the new dreadno-Jght. TesaB. was docK- Ing at the Yard today, upon the arrival from tho yards ol her al Newport Sews. tho.lug Daiinlloss. Cavlain Martin K. Bradley, was caught In ft heavy wash from Ihe J cv citizens' are members. V, s posiiion members, _. _.. one work is hcarl-! ill- invitrii lo ioin. Tlierc will he no 1 Hon. Ki the Inter ink Oliver, ex-minlslcr oi in fiidpavorinE 10 i" dfwirtmenl in charge other than probably a no.nre-. recorili got The first practice will be held to- school, when it is IH.P- e.l'lo launch Ihc associalion wllh a not right arm which can strike, nn irre- PIMUZPN IIS Engineer Killed In Fiqht With Thieves KRAFCHENKO ESCAPE POSTPONED ONE DAY BECAUSE "PERCY" DIDN'T SHOW UP IECTED TO THIRD DEGREE TO MAKt HIM TELL THE. STORY March 13. fenmc rtartlin? new slalcmenls. were inadr r.x-Cor.stablc Keid, when lie rrsmn- til (he Riving of tiviilfticc in llw Hafi- el-Wcsliakc (rial Ihib r.iornlns. rhe most ImnnrUtil disclosure was Ilial the escape liaJ been planneil lor Ihe nlalit bfloic il- took i'laec, ,and KfaJcht-nko liwl pacnl Ihfl floor unlil 3 o'clock in- the morning, constantly wafchinp out ol-ltit window for a hicnal iroin oulsidc. lie felly told Heid that lie guess- Ml "Percy" must have got ilrmft nn.1 fhe escape "nli; Ihc ncxl niR'it- pressed closely, lienl ile- iiird thai lie Iml been subicclcd lo thirrl ilcisrcc methods ot the worst tipn in order llul he should he forc- ed lo tell his sloiy. Ur. lionnar in- dicated in liis cross-cvamination that l.c halt inside inanimation llial IleW liad lircn' oblisdl walk Ilirnugli lines oi policemen who "hoofil" al lim. lie-Id vilso denied tliat c'onsiilta- lions had been hfld wilh officials ol llic police or of tlie crosvr. atlorncy's as (o how he should give liis evidence. Hciil seemed to have recovered liis composure Ibis morning and his manner ol giving his slalemenl ftavf it a convincing appearance. Several limes lie said apolosclii'aljy thai he was sorry lie coulrl hoi rcnicmbor crr- l.iin points. His examination hy Hie frown was comptele'l early anil II. A. lionnar liad him in charge lor tbe pur- pose of cross-cvarninalion for a cou- ple ot hours. Mr. .llomi.it's lo'Jgh nnc! ready.manr.er rlitl not seem fp worry c prisimcr from Slony MovnUiri. An iir.porlanl .feature ol Reid's cvl I'coria, '111., March c.iti thieves early ttniay killed one man and wounded olncrs, surprised al work near Man- lius Illinois, -I'p miles norlh of Peoria. Two, oi the tliicves were wouniinl and captured by a posse., Irom l.angley and Princeton. The. officers were still searching ior two more members ol Hie .band when word n! the shunting re.ich- cd here. The viclims pf the robbers were Arthur Usher i n Chicaso and Xorlluuslern railway deighl en- gineer, who was killed: lien sherifi of llur- e.n" county, fatally wounded Leslie, llcycr, ton of the wounded in the. am! the (ire- man ot the treisht train also snnl in tlic Ics. 1 TIIIK1) MAN IMI'TtrRH) Ke-wanze, 111 Maul. 13. A third member ot IMC band, of frcighl thieves who killed .Kngi: r.eer Kisher o! Escanalia, Mich., al Mjnlius, wns captured ei! 1-er? loday. Tbe officers .were close- 'on the trail of tlic fourth man. ARE BEING AMENDED BY BUI- TISH HOUSE-LAWS MORE IMPERIAL Congratulations The Duke And Duchess March 13.-Thc tosl- is h-