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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FflttL EDITION WetaW VOLUME XIV. FIRST SECTION LK'J liBRIDGK, ALBEHTA. TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1921 FJRST SECTION7 NUMBER 79 Declares in Commons it Is One of Needs in Develop- ing Cauda'g Resources FINANCIAL AIH, IS THE GREATEST NEED OTTAWA, March (By Canadian Prut) The House spent Monday more listlessly perhaps, than usual. In the discussion pf natural resources, Captain Manioc of Fort William and Halay River brought the snbject lie- fare the home last Cession and again today. It was vOpt. Maaton who In- troduced the subject. He. had a motion urging UK advisability of the govem- inent bringing forward a policy, having for Ita object llie development of the natural resources of Canada. He em- pnastxtd the importance of Canada's undeveloped .resources from Iron ore to the possibilities at tbe reindeer in tiustrj in the wilderness of the north. A. pound of he eidalmcii, "is worth a ton of oratory." While not binding himself to any particular source, he suggested aj possible .means of development: Tariff protection to encourage iron ore prodnction AMlitanee to anil co-operation yitli private corporations and a thorough investigation Into the entire iltuatiou. There was aii evidence of niggard- ness and the captain, stated, amid mnch laughter, that the geographical parties contained cooks who were paid as much at technical expnrta. Many western men held the floor for a great part of the day. Dr. Cowan of Retina sneaking from governmtnt benches, declared that Champagne fazz Hold Sway in DuSseldorf DCSBELDOHF1, March nliht-long revelry In which Ger- man civilians, German police and French, British and Belgian sold- freely fraternise, holds un- interrupted sway in Duaaeldorfs gay >nnch halls ud wine restaurants. The curfew regulation! tnpooea by the French commandant have beea lifted. Popping ot cham- pagne corks, the screeching of music and the strident voices of girl entertainers continue until after the soldiers roll out of their bnnki for reveille. The ehlaf body-of soldiers is still held barracks but many of the men manage to Insure turaal gafoty with their officers who are trammeled with few re- strictions. The occupying forces vie 'with each other and with the Germans for dances with pretty girls, or permission to pnrchase for them, and tbe hard working orchestras are kept busy satisfying appeals for favor- ite national dance tanea. "German police view the merry making-from rims of bubbling wine glasaes and make no sign of Interference if, u bap- pens on ram oeeutons, misunder- standings threaian disorder. The night crowds appear to lake the occupation and the occu- piers In cheerful spirit and the proprietors of the amusement places, with, molt elaborate cour- tesies, are unable to conceal their delight at the steady piling up of profits. C.P.R. Will Undertake No New Project Requiring Capital Expenditure Till The Conditions Are More Settled WINNIPEG. Mar. Canadian Pacific Railway has de- cided that no new project involv- ing expenditure un capital ac- count will bo undertaken in the west until business conditions are more said D. C. Cole- man, vice-president in charge of western linos today. Mr. Cole- man has been in the east confer- ring with head office officials. "There is no occasion for gloom or despondency about the future of Western Canada, hut Cana- dians at the moment certainly de- mand that business enterprises- shall be prudence and caution." Mr. Colcman stated. "If the situation clears up a bit later in the year we liavc in mind a reasonably program of improve- ments and extensions but, for the time being any action in connec- tion with that piwram ir, defe'r- red." Asked as to what the acliaa uf the C.P.R. would be regarding wages, Mr. said "the Can- adian railway! have not taken any steps up to the present in connec- tion with a general wage adjust- ment. Of course, any genera! movement in connection with the wages of railroad labor on this continent has tended hitherto to be international in its applica- tion." The Principals in the Murder Case at Macleod FIVE BURN PULLMAN PUEBLO, Colo, March Five nereons were burned to death when a rear Pullman car Denver and Rio Grande Railroad caught fire early this morning between Pueblo and Wilson- burg. The origin of the fire is j unknown. etpansion. Member on Irrigation "All the Klondike: of the north lave not been discovered." echoed Dr. Thompson of the Yukon, and W. A. Buchanan, Lethbrldge, speaking from cross benches argued that devel- opment was being retarded by the lirescst uncertainty in control over western natural resources. Irrigation was the necessity for the arid and uemi-arid belts of Alberta and Saskat- chewan. The development of natural resources, declared Hon. R. Leinleui. expressing a liberal view should be the A. B. C. of government. Natural Control V. A. Buchanan. Lethbridge, said that n-hether or the control orthe nat- ural resources WAS in the hands of the. Dominion or provincial govern- ment must be immediately decided. The. present situation was retarding development. Beoet for Alberta Coal DeaUng with the situation in Alber- ta. Mr. Buchanan placed figures on the c5al supply of that province before the house. This statement showed that Alberta had CC9.COO.OOO tons of an- thracite, tons of bitum- inous coal and .probably a grand total of tons. Alberta had eighty-sir per cent, 'of the coal resources of Canada. 61 per cent, of the coal resources of the British Em- pire and 14 cent, ot the coal re- sources of the world. The production H. A. Mmekte, Mtmtor for W. Continued on Page Four. Burgl ar Scotch And Nothing EJte He In Bow hltnd Drug Store (From Our Own Correspondent) .BOW ISLAND, Mir. Some person unknown .entered Bow island Drug and Stationery store on Saturday night and extracted therefrom six of real good Scotch and made good their es- cape. The parties or wire certainly endowed with a great thirst as they did not take any- thing but the liquor. The entrance was 'from the rear of the building and by breaking the glass and it would appear they were fully acquainted with the inside of the building and knew where to 90 and get whit they wanted. The police are working on sev- eral clues and hope to have the guilty 'party shortly. Edmonton New Rcf ulatioas Set Artie OTTAWA, Bar. A. Mackie Edmonton, Introduced in the house 'of common's last night, his re- solution asking the house to declare regulations governing the Kenzie river oH district detrimental to the development of the industry anl discouraging to private enterprise. He asked for permission for provin- cial companies to hold oil lands in th? district. The public WM already protected trom he claimed. The regulations providing that three- quarters of a locator's section shall revert to the government after oil has been discovered, Mr. Mackie said, was unfair, as it gare onnortunity to big companies of. sq.ueas.inx the original discoverer ont by ncuring adjacent lands. The rebating to drilling were unfahv It would re- quire an expenditure s well as un- skilled laborers, would reject wage cuts proposed by the com- pany. This announcement WH made by William Psrker, general chair- ma A of the United Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way and Railroad Shop Laborers, after representatives of common labor- ers had notified the company they would not accept the propos- ed cuts. Altogether nearly 000 men now have made known, thelr opposition to the plin. (By a Staff Reporter) MACLEOD; Mar. H.-OIive Me- Donald, for whoee murder Jimmy Zitto is being trlo.d for Ills life, was ,12 years of age and a women of tall, handpqmo appearance. She married Hod J. McDonald, of Prince Edward Inland, fourteen years Her husband was killed in action in France. Mrs. McDonald was born in Toronto, at that tfnio the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Patton. Her father now lives In Cranbrook. He is 'the guardian of the four little orphans. Clare aged 13, Charley 5, Miriam 6 and Baby Ruby 3. The Patton s were "Protestants, according to the statement of the woman's father to the Herald, but Olive McDonald received the sac- rament of the Roman Catholic faith just prior to passing away. is an Italian miner, of Flender build and dark complet- ion. He is about 40 years of age. Ha succeeded in accumulating some little property in Blairmore, the house occupied by the Mc- Donald family belonging to him. Jimmy Zitto, Italian Miner o( Blairmore, Charged With Harder of Mrs. 0. McDonald CASE INVOLVES THB ETERNAL TRIANGLE THIRSTY YALE STUDENTS! (3y a Staff Reporter.) MACLEOD. March em- panelling of the jury, the opening ad- dress to the jury by Crown Prosecutor 1. W. McDonald, K. C., and the testi' mony of Dr. Olivier of Blairmore, and Dr. N. T. Beeman fo BelleTne. were the features of the opening session of {the trial of Jimmy Zltto, Italian, of Blairmore, who stands charged vi into liquidation, officials of the eampany have an. in extending an invitation to shareholders to subscribe of Hwin per cent, prior lien debentures at par. debentures are to be redeemable In 1921 and 1133 at premium of 100 per cent. Thii. company owns the great new irrigation project at Vauxhall, wliere It has 2W.OOO acres of Irrigated and SOfl.OOO at-n-.s of dry land. Its assets ate jut now beginning to make a return after more than 10 years of ecu- work Of the Irrigation project. It has a blodt of ths Anest Irrlga- ta plenty of water for ZOO.OOO acres, and ereniually the Droflt for Heavy Vaurtall durtrlct will tale-vtir. Taiaat Pasha with Enver Pasha and DJemal Pasha formed Iho triumvirate which controlled the Turkish povcrn- nient during the war, -In July, 1319, a Turkish courtmartial investigating the condition of the government dur- ing the war period, condemned tha three men (o death. At time the sentence was howevor, Taiaat had already find to "Germany in which country BrUTT T'asha ana1 Djernai Pasha also took refuge. YORK-SUNBURY DATE OF ELECTION IN APRIL seventecu millions and that be forced to spend millions to put the lines in condition to oper- ate them. What the opposition want- table of the liousc. Hits Farm Expenses Referring to the item of 555.79 lor the' administration of ei- ed lo know was just how much of this p'eriniental farms, Mr. Crawford said money actually went into rail way j that this sum was "absolutely ritiicu- building. lous." "The day of reckoning is at I He noted that.the minister of agri- said the speaker in summing up the I culture was not in his place but he sinking fund situation, "and this gov-1 would criticize this department in de- eminent has contracted large debts Ltail at another timo. "But I will say OTTAWA, Mar. date for the bye-elec- tion in York-Sunbury, N. B., the constituency made vacant by the death of Lieut-Col. H. F.. McL-od, has not yet been definitely set- tled. It is understood, however, that it will most likely be held In the we.-'.; aprjh anil not provided to meet'them." He then gave the following detailed fig- ures of the sinking fund Total sink-ins fund, invested in government's own bonds Invested in university'bonds 364.50. Victory bonds Cash in hank The Thsatre Tax In dealing with the methods of tai- itnm Mr. Crawford said that the gov- had glfren the impression tint the theatre goers tax was a war ax, whereas it was one of general' 'venue. "Vort worn one who divided the HUM over that name at the time." the report of .the provincial this be continued. "That the farms run without schools in connec- tion with them are- no good. They arc kojit. un nt a loss lo prove thai fanning in the province does not pay Mr. Crawford said that no deprecia- tion funds had been set aside- by the telephone ilepartment. Criticizes Telephone System "How can a system be kept up to standard out of a total Gergian capital, has been recalled to the Kuban region, on the eastern shore of the Black Sea, where insur- rectionists hold the towns of Ammvir and Turgovaid, two Bolshevik sub- marines have appeared in the Black Sea. .Relatitms hetVrcen the Turka and the Bolshevik have become strained. WON'T AMEND LIQUOR ACT AT THIS SESSION (Special to tho Herald) EDMONTON, Mar. prem- ier's reply to tlie delegation of "bone- dry's" yesterday contained some im- portant statements, among them that tho government does not intend, by i In the houso at this ses- expendilure for now material only Eton, to amend the Liouor Act to pro- he asked. There was I vide for government control as asked only ona conclusion, that the system by the Moderattonists' league WHS far below standards. He was some of the deputation appeared to gUd lo hear the minister admit that j overlook, however, was that the prein- last year the sum ot was to ier maintained silence on the suhji. t hava been put aside, hut that the rates were not sufficiently high to do it. It. good to. get these candid ail- missions, after such a long silence. or submitting another provincial plebiscite to the people of Alberta to determine what public demand thfro l> for government control. Afacleod; Frank Carrigan, Macleod; Hugh Bell, Macleod; John Baird, Mac- leod. Opening Addnu In his opening address tu the court Mr. McDonald, K.C., reviewed briefly the shooting of Olire' McDonald on the night of December 13th, and the events leading up to her death In the Blairmore hospital three days later. The victim of the gun play. OllTe'Mn- Donald, was a war widow, tho mother of four small children, the' eldest only 13 yaars old. On December 13th. last, one Harold Pinkney called on Mrs. McDonald following a meeting. Flnksty had ,been tliers about an hour when the James Zitto. appeared on the scene. Using foul language he threatened Pinkney's life. Pinkney made his eiit and did not hear the fatal shot which followed, continued the crown prosec- utor. The 13-year-old daughter, Clara, sleeping- hi a bedroom off the kitchen (Continued ot 4) Will Zitto Take Stand in Defense? That is One of Questions Big Crowd Attending Trial is Asking (By a Staff Reporter) MACLEOD, Mar. is' generally believed among counsel that, the Zitto murder case will not be concluded be- fore Wednesday afternoon. There will bo no night sessions, although C. C. McCaul. K.C., of Edmonton, associ- ate counsel for the defense, is stood to have desired them. "I do not intend to sit more than five hours, a day, was the announcement of Mr. Justice Ives thia arLfemoou. Will Zitto he uut on the stand! That Is tho'question being asked. 11 ho is it is possible that he will evidence of a highlv important nature may be disclosed. Hia own statement of the killing of the McDonald woman has never been told. Will it ever be? That remains to be seen. Macleod Following Case The Macleod court houso hau been the scene of many Interesting cases. Many an historic legal battle has been decided there. Interest'Is here over the 'Zltto trial. Hotels are crowded wltb lawyers, witnesses, Jurymen and memteru ot the press. U.S. SENATE WASHINGTON, extra seaelon of the setiata vrtlMi began March 4 sndesl atMtrDy Yon noon After Ing few iddltlc-ta! by Htrdlnf, adjourned die. ;