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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOJ.US1K VII. m'HBKiDGE. ALBERTA; .MAHCH 1911 CENTS 79 Sets His Cap for High- est Honor of the Republic CHIEF IS FRIENDLY Villa Doesn't Think Carranza Would Stand in His Way 'Chihuahua. March la, tte one liiiuilU, will I'rcsvJtnt ol Mexico. That is liis iiiubitlon and despite jll reporls to (he contrary, It will remain his am- liilion until lie cither-is dead or I'rr- fcldcnt." -This drdaration made today l.y ,i friend sn close to fic-neral Villa Hi sivc aulhorily to the asser- tion. It was ntouipted .by reports Ithat.thc coming "to Chihuahua Central CarraMa, recofuiicd as tlie iiil lirail nf the revolution, was rin; about. rMidltioas mure satisf.it- ory to forVip.n soVcmnwnls and lace in the seal ot authority better ilvisers tbaii (ieneial Villa have in luudlint; i-omplications rowini; uiil of the kilSiuj ni William licntoa, a llritisli subjcvt. Thai ;illa ani! C'arranV.a iniRlit :iret, anil hit they iniplit. enibracc, as n of their harmony, as given out as a potsibility. TO 1'ROTKCT KOKKKiSKRS Wjshiiijtw, Niarcli H. Ccr.era) Sias crvusenlcd to Am- sii consuls look aiter the interests if in parts of Mexico uu- Itr control of tlin l.'onstitutiojial- sls, their jrovenunent lias ro consular repreientatives. 253 ARABS KILLED Heavy Fjghtlnj Between Italian Troops and Column of 2000 Arabt Tripoli. Murch u-ro tn iht- Iroops Killed 'IK Aral.s. took liiace .should IJD censored. Grace slated further that lie In favor of publishing all ninn ripsl nc'A'd, as the people were all In In what was going on in Itic ro-jncil clianibef, ami that any action "censorship might lead to tlie lidict tliat the- council was trying lo ilile tlielr "Everything done by Uic ho eald, ''is open and above -uoaid. and every meeting Is a public one." NOT OUR MR. MEEGHAN Blunder In Wire Transmission Places Former Townsman in Wrong Light By-tUe'inidfllr. of llic com! us sun mcr, -llic 1'rovintial government wi ;iavc dene Us slis.rc tuVrard improv- ing 'the Lcfclibridgc Circat' it Ihcrr-bc" up to the" famous Cas- cade County Good Hoails association complete the 'road 'from Sweet Grass lo the >ibnlana. r.ietropplis, thus connecting up the first Interna- tional highway td' enter Alberto. was received from Milk River this r.iurning that Ihe fine new steel Midge al thai point, and on ihe route of the provoscd iiesv highway, IniiU bj- the piovinclaligomnmenl, viH he finished within a1 few Uays.friie. steel work is mains lo done before traffic .is opened is the grading of the ap-' prcwli. The structure1 is a-credit to any built entirely ol steel at a cost-" nl nearly MQ.OQQ. This is InoUJ upon as the last.link uf the through roail to deal. Falls, and when it is finished and open, au- tomobile and wagon travel to Mon- tana will he very, comfortable. There h considerate, grading ol the. e.visf- MOHtKl PLEME Tltl.Ttt'PRUFESt DISMISSES TK1 H6SITWIOM CIASS INSTRUCTOR- INAULHI5T STEPS -TANG05. HKITATIOH5. GWV1NE5. FIRST SEEDING DONE Expenirtntal Farm 3 9 in Perfect Condition :i so.--U.-i! '.vi'l: nrlii-nt, UHl and lLav liif "'Knj; in :S it U> ili-tcrmim- ll.e effi-d of seeding and Mr. FalrtVM tier? nui evjivCt biu tli'- iu do re- markably v.vIL So fur as has reported, tLc first jiteJiutj in the i'.pin of tlie jiroviiji Maintenance af Way Em- ployees From Coast to Coast MADE DEMANDS Mr. McNicol Got Them io Put Off Action Until the First of May Mositrc.il, M.i i As a restill o! JFHE MILLIONS nations tiinl have- lici-n un.- ihrliij; li.e past iev rfavs rrpri'aculativcs of of eiuploycfi; n.i'Siar: I'acS'a1 raihv.iv ;ind rl. li.e vicc-pre.iirle-nl V.1. stride has I; pen uf uas (me anon of uutl-.orired by lo appear before I'acilli' railway rieinand n; thn sei'liiininc-u J toast li> coasi, an in uaee.n Parliament Passes Estimates for m aiout thirty a i (lay. i an iniervieu" -.uth A. 31. of IH'lroii. iutrrnutional president of organisation, EcatJtr oi the i men's to Jay, ii is i thai as result oi tisc cofiferenues u MORE CONTROL OF GRAIN Inlernal Elevators and Terminals hnriy should nitudiaw Ibeir claims 1 for ll.e pre.-cnt. -Mr. McNicol further p. a treed k> meet the uelcgation at any More rower Uver tlevatOISI time wi nr after May first, that tliey Br Uf'll- J I niav (teern expedient owing io -im- Clween I'Otl proVeii ronJitious of trade, and iiir- i ther agreed io consiuer the negotia- as merely adjourned. The rtele- I gallon "ill leave tonight their re- ihe Ocean SCHEDULE OF C: Pit' Train Connections -Will .Not be Very Pleasant for Lethb ridge TIMETABLES COMPLEX Thro-JsU nnTorlimale in tnnniiiieslon on Weilnesday, il 'Kag stated that Charles ol Toronto and formetly. of thin city ton! convicted on a charge ot niaklns; and sentenced.lo sixlj As a mailer of fad, as Ihc Herald Ipanicd this morning from W. II. Me- l.ellanil, lias jniL retiirned'troni Toronto, il "aas not Chnrlcs, bot Thomas Mcoshnn, tils brotlic-r, iclio ian foul .ot the authorities h: this case. The wire tliptinclly stated that it Charley, henco Ihe unfortunate jnisfako, for wliicli llie ITerald liast- cu? lo apologize. MceicliaTi Is Interested v ,1ils falhcr-lu Ihe Cameron Houac, To rofito, ling turtipikrs lo.. he between Stirling au-i appro- riulions arr. alrfaily mailf.' Whm. is done, one.of tl.e fir.est roads; tne west, tnc n tlio province will he fourirl between .elhhrictge Tonight at 12 fcCiv.scle- rtule on (he U.l'.ll.' toes, into eficcti The i-lianjes in the local service-are looked as hcing (or the tttici lor people roniiiig in irom points in the district, but is only good connection en the entire-sched ule, being (hat made with Ihc train for St. I'aul al Dutimorc. where a wait oi twenty minutes is required REQUE.SJ DEALT, WITH BY PO. LICE COMMISSION PEAR-: SON'S ''RESIGNATION ACCEPTED 1'olics Court Clerk Pearson's re.- j sigiialiou'was acteptrd at the regular! j'.eelhi> oi the police commission yes-i the matter o! em-i ploying-a successor Icing left in the. of Chief Stelton. Mr. Pearson lendsml'liis resignation as assistant secretary ol the police cc-mniission al- so.' it h'eing accepted without eom- meni. Ottawa, Out., Mar.-h 13.-H is piobaMe tli.il ll.e ilrtatc on the Trnnseoaliininial tcpurl'' will lake .filacp ni'M week, pu'ssibl'y' Tiitsiiay. Sir Wiliriil Misjcsiol that day lo tlie I'remiiT this :iiternoori. iltii' roplicJ lie would consult _llr. I'.ciil, acting iantl let oppnsilion leatlers know-1 m1, o TI r i I Anr.oui.ccmr-nt '.sas inaile .by Hon.' bame Uld rnenas Mr. I'ostrr that ipsisintion 'introdwrd shortly tn giu- eom- more control oi the grain [elevators Irani t'oit Williarar to the i ocean. Mr. Fcstrr slattrt '-hat at j the hati not sii'- Smasri Hon.- Mr. McKenna's. Windows' speclive homes. nr irnrirvuor llcienl control over iliis portion ol BURN CLUBHOUSE TOO 1hc trade. Theie ucic private. 'clc.-ators. railway elevators, govern- nent elevators and elevators owncil bad FAMOUS CHURCH DESTROYED' St. Quirir.us Built In Xlllth-Century Destroyed ty FlarriCs (lermain-, March The famous Xlllth century cburch ot Si. -CJuiriiius, at Xuess, four miles 'here. bur.Et into flames at 'sly o'clock this morning, and the greater part o' the edifice o.uickly de-' blroyed. At noon, the thu celebrated clilmes. and the organ had gone, and the flame? were still making head- W in spite o! t.lie effort, of the fire- men from this city and from Cologne. St. Oiiirlnna was Ijegun In tho. year The tower, which collapsed Ep day, KZS re-constructed in 1741. TEN KILLED IN RAILWAY WRECK IN ANTIPODES Tcr.iora, S'.S.W.. Mnreli killed ami fifteen In jurcil tn a colllsifiif toihy he-lweeri n mall train and freight locomotive nl Kxeter, near-Mossvalc. Kor passengers on the. east line p the city wish lo vfi to points b i'is said tb-Le to a dismi: chiel feels lhat some provision should be martc for ll.e policing of the rcsi- Olv'n ilential portions of the city, ami claims that two men on hicycle.s coulrl hmldmg. bbe was fa.e. accomplish this wuri at little more. expense. The matter was left in ab.-y- WILL THEY NEVER STOP? sij bl" lo the secrecy I, winch Mrs. !'ankhurst was .rcmovc.l ,rom the a taxicab lo a The discussion occupied tte whole d ,jvc minions the purpose. elc. svators were to be coi.istr.ucM at. Csl, done in the niglil. The trains arriving and dcparlir.s die from Judj-c Cation McMillea were, the- only London. March 14.-A of mil- n (ranslrr elevator in HillW, Coliuu- Wa and an elevator at" the. Hudsoiis PROJECT NORTH OF RIVER IS BEING 'CONSIDERED in the city en the DCIT schedule arc as follows: Number 5H local' from Kootcnay Landing lo.Medicine "Hal, arrives al 21.30 awl departs at-2I.W, connecting at Medicine Hat with num- MR. BUCHANAN INFORMEO'THAT her 14 lor St. 1'dlll, acd with mini; her 3 fir Montreal. Returning as this Irain aniies here at i.35 ami Uepaiis at cor.nectinp al; Mac- leod with the 51acleon-Calgary local, Ottawa, llatcli House.-which loaves at 7.15, on week days' yeslenlay, Mr. lluchanan (Medicine only..On Sumlay passengeis for-. Cal- Ilat) was informed thai the dcparl- gary must wail-six hours al MaclenU mrnl of (he .interior hail.niatle a sur- for the Alhrrla Kxpress, which leaves uy o! a portion of Ihe country be- al 11.05. Tiains 513 ami .5H. are. tween lire Belly riv- Train niimbpr 512 leaves. Cal- cre in Allin-la. The purpose cl. Ihe. giry at 8.50-I-or Medicir.c Hal via the- inefnbers of tbr (ommisBion present. tlnnl with -ham- mera, smashctl ovcry of glass Hay. Paskaloon and Moose Jaiv fle: .this BLAMES GIRL: GETS 10 YEARS Los AiiEeles. Cal., March "Old -Adamic- lie" lold by George' Campbell, a young man who admitted having committed a statutory offeticii against Gertrude Potter, 17 years old, was responsible for bis receiving to- day a tea-year sentence to San Quen tin penitentiary- Campbell aEked (or pro'jal.lon, but (he superior court denied it after reading the report of the probation'of- ficer, who stated that Campbell hail followed Adam's example and had de- clared "the woman lemptnd hlnl.': Wheu the sentence was Imposed the prisoner's mother collapsed. FlKDEFfflffl e gronnrt floor'of llic resilience valors arc to be really .this season t.-. lion, lleglnald McKenna, the .mil that In Calgary foj Ihe crop ot Nome" Secrstary. in" Tlie oilier two later. Slr: Oliver the gov- The six women gale false names, 'lomg. inoic in-.. Thcv wcte later at West Erection of Inmmal ee- m r'ster police sen- 'f fenced f who ,ave the did not ol HoJicra. said Mini PW1" Io Ml1 Ms f woulrtn'l giscri much lor bad survey, said Hon. Dr. Hochc, was lo and Leihliildgr, arriving R OF BANG A_RRESTED WILL BE SENT: BACK TO CHINA illy- arnt' Ihey hern driven to break or-. Sir. Mimlnus hy L'lbc gnvt-rmiirnt owner.Oiip of al! Icrmin- him (Mr.. McKmia) il j Al! tlie women pleaded al rlciatdrs. NEW LABOR WOMAN SENTENCED FOR' PRO. CURING NEVER JAILED AND IS MARRIEW AGAIN Uuluth, Minn., March An ganizi-d ganp ol (luiiin.i sin ictnminV tire feasibility ami' approx- here al 13.10-and drparlir.K at-13.50. arc menaninj holder chics, inmate cosl'ol iirigatin's any pot lion .ronnccling at. the- llal with numlifr. iiiif ralion atilhorilics in Dultilli were, of this dislrlcl. Tlic full repoii the Mirvcy bail not yet been received and consequently tbc question of-ac- tion had tiol ycl been considered. BITTER FIGHT ON TOLL EXEMPTION IS PR'OMISED Ihr- Tcronto Knprcvs. Uelnrnir.g loiJay watnpil to kcrp nmslanl waUh number 511, this train leases the ,or 'hem- The nrrcst of a Chinaman- at 11.05, arrives at Lcthbridgc nl Kails, :ind Ills suh- at departs over tfje AWar qiiruiunim; hy rn- sydc for Calgary at reaching vealcd Uif rvistrrirc of the C'algsrv at 21.15. irnini ii is sniri. iip wii! I.P infeon San tcmiorrnw for dcsmrU- Washington, Marth Vigorous denunciation of the Sims bill, which he characterized us a notice to Ihe world that the United States abandoned its pok Icy of an .American controlled Panama Canal, and virtually sur. rendered its power to regulate Its commerce, because of the new ''peace at any policy, feat- ured a minority report to the House today by Representative of California, against a repeal of the tolls exemption clause of the Panama Canal act. The Interstate Commerce Com- mission committee, of which Mr. Knowland ie a, member, has re- ported favorably on the Sims bill proposing a flat repeal, Repreientative Lafferty, Ore- gon, in his report, safd there no doubt but that any arbitration court would support the Ameri- can contention in the tolk con- troversy. Rieal brutality shuwn to tjiir hel'jvcii leader." AGAIN Hinnin.Kliani, Knjr., March A militant sqnsd1' (he torch lo tlic tennis c-Mr house- ond sl.ind al the Olton chili five miles fmiii. Hiy oarij- lo-Jay. inth except- Ktir.day. Train MS, from Calgary lo I ridge via Maclrnd is daily, erpt Jr'jnday and run hvecn Maclrort and l.elhhriilfie- Sunday. This Irain leaves Cal- gary at S.lij, airivos hero, if 11 is (he.plan ol llie gang as out-; linC'i liy the prisoner, to go to a jicar Korl Kranrrs and tlirn frrn- across the river nijtht. Cities all alons tho 'n.li, and returning as nuinher 539 Imrilcr hau- been notifie.I (o watch leaves l.elhbricigc at 17.15, arriving I the appearance of Orientals and at Maclcoil al- 18.10, conntctinj; with In lonk for opium. the Spoknne Kxpress No. leaving i. at 19.40 j.ONE MORE ADDED TO Trains SCI, 5CS to and Irnin Kails, and trains riBfi.aiitl 567-jo.And Kn from ('atriston, remain Ihe same., is at I'rfr.ce Albrtl, Sask., 14.-1I ..js'ci'ine lo light herd lhal llila Palmer, wlio w-as convicted at llif tasl fall assizes here in coanecllon PARTY WHIP the, charge of piocuriug I.ouite London, >Tarcii a Valoins Eor" immoral purposes and of thr. 1'ailiariienlary Ixioor 1'aity, it' sentenced tu a U-rm !r. the peniten' was Intimated (hat G. F. Holierts. has been in a local hospital account of indifferent hrnltli. felt un-1 ever since Ihe- sentence was passed on able to discharge ihe ilniles or chiel.; her. Itcquesls from the. penitentiary whip. The meelins accepted his do- i to have-her transferred tc clfioji wilii rearct, arid Artlnir Hen- are met the. plea lhat she is drrsnn unanimously still ill. H is reported that she Im chief whiti for thy session. Iher.r, married while in. ihr l-ospilal. 'ffllRTEEN GO OUT IN ONE SHIPMENT I.ondun. Marfh 01. .1. Keir llar- ilie, M.P-, armo'iyes his intention to irlire iroin tl.e fliairmanship ol the f.nbor p.irty. The inti- matlori is in a letter Ic the I.abnr Leader, in whirli Mr. present, Ihc Foils traiir leav- ing al- 9.30 and returning al 18.15, and the Carrlston train leaving al 17.13 anJ returning; at 10.25. AVIATION KoeniRSOcre, (termany, March 1 prevent The Herman uvlalor Went. ,my say thai Ihe for my of 175lh West J'ruesian Infnnlvy rn[ lleglment, was kllkrl is purely I'liysfcal, nin today.- Ian4iug. .flltcmptlnp in here ).as nolhinic whatever to do witlillie ki! a nf tnc party UT anylhinB c'or.-t The largest shiprritnt of hogs that fvtr le't Southern Albcrla, went out of the Lethbridge ter- minals night, bound lor To- rc-rilo. J The shipment occupied thirteen cars, there helnq about a thous- and head, weighing between 175 ant) each. Tlie price paid for these prize porkers 7 cents pef pound, makino the ship- ment worth They were all gathered from Ihe Taber and Cardston country, and asiemtled al the Lelhbridge yards. The Swift Canadian Co. were the purchasers, their local representative. M Irwin, do- Ing the buying. The peculiar thing about the shipment U that it goes right into the hone of mixed farming In Ca- OM Ontario, where hoss are now bringing the 8 cents per pound, ;