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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. AMiERTA, THUKSDAV, MARCH 19, 1911 CENTS NU.MBEK 83 Moms, Once Premier Of France, Quits Swears Burton Told Him First of the Proposed Escape HE HAD NO CHOICE But to Knew the Day Before it Came Off CASE GCES TO JURY This Afternoon Westlake's Evidence Said to Exculpate Percy Hagel Pope Pius X Celebrates His Namodayj Winnipeg, March the con- clusion" of John Wcsllake's evidence Inatjnc some time this there is-______ every indication that the case against. 1'crcy K. llag'el, anJ Juhn jointly charged with assisting in the, Mil escape, oi John KraU-hcnko, will go JJA FORMER PREMIER MO 'IS Paris, Match Caillaux, assassinator o'I Ciaston C'aliueUr, tor ct (lie t'igaru, about an- other change in the l-'rcnch cabinet lotfay, when Etncst Jlonis, minister u[ Marine, added liis resignation to that o! Joseph Cailkiux, minister of finance. meeting oi the.caDiutrt council ac- cepted the resignation.' For (tic pres- ent, Albert K. Lebri'.u, minister oi cojonics, will acl also as minister of lo tbc jury at the close of this after- noon's session, unless Kil. Anderson, counsel for tile decides tucail other witnesses in rebuttal. The morning session was begun with the conclusion oi (he cross-ex- amination of lie was imme- diately followed by John Westlakc Started in Newspaper Office who, under the fo by II. Culler, his counsel, 'denied I" uuici. .uucaw :ill the cviitrr.re given .1. II.. Hnx- for LlVCS :GOP SAYS 'TWAS HELL 1on and FA-Cor.s1ahlc Held. -Their evidence as it" referred to him he branded as totally false. He. testified that the fiiotT.ews he had oi- the fact' thai Krafchenko .was __lo escape was on the day'previous to the es- chpe..wlien Uuxton called'at suite him KrafchcnVo and thaV at Inatj.inotn'cnf he might; "ihc -witneAs stated that his feelings' were hard-to thc'weslcrii Xewspaper Union, local Ire mis so astoumled over the whole jn (he. RO-Jth'portUn ot the build- Milwaukee, March Saw Hiiii in Bank But' Didn't" Then Know I His Purpose Nothing Veiy .Sensational yet' Confirms Piclures j I Moriic.i, Mauh 10. This morning's sitting i-'. tl.c court before which Jack Kraffhcrjku is f.'ii trial lov his life, chArgci! with the murder of 11. M. .Arbold, bank manager at Vliun Couleeyjwas devoid of sensa- tion, and the proceedings were heard by a sparsely filled court lootn. 'The formal evidence oi Harry II. Dryanl, the official photographer of lie referred lo dur- ing -tho trial, .was.concluded fust, and -John Weihe, whose story was told through of an inter- preter, thenr took the stand. He re- latcd how hej'ooked through the bank door at- December saw the bank mamigcr with his'anas up a'ud'.ahbther'rjjSri facing him. Then u-ent and later he saw the men run 'from the bar.k and he 'heard a shot fired, doing to the side 7'of the'bahk'building, he saw Arnold lying on an.ash pile an1 ihe other mail gathering" up money from the sidewalk. Then he saw the bandit '_ jump, into an automobile acd get away. I; Cross examination oi Weite was re- servjttll :to permit, the Crown to call Frank G. Caibeiiy- a civil engineer, to Meniu'y a numher oi plans- of Pljt'ni Coulee. Mr, Ca.r- heirv was on '.the stand when the rick's night. Three bodies court IUJDU. been rccojered, and ilan... March the MAGRATH LAMBS FOR TORONTO Epicureans of the Eastern Metro- polis Will Now Be Assured of Real Lamb for the Easier Table Masratii. Alia.. March of tbc flrsl of lambs thai !ia3 left llic iirovincu of Al- berta fur the Toronto jr.arfcet de- parted the ollu-r Jay from the local stockyards on their lone eastern journey, there to find a final resting on tho tallies of tho aristocrats of the (Jueen City. II. W. Itr.idsl.uw. of Jtose- ilate farm, was the Bhijifer, and is anxious to know just how the shipment will turn out, be- causo if it IF a success, others will follow. The lambs ab-jut ninety jiourds cacli, anil were in prime shape for the Easter mar- ket. -Mr. Flradshaw lias shipped lambs to Chicago, bill this IE the first lime ho Is placing them on tho eastern Canada market. WHOLE CREW DROWNED North Gsrman Lloyd S'.eamer Rams Unknown Schooner Which Sank Ir-nine- FcSiooncr was sunk anil lior re vf drown i-4 a last tiistu LU the North with llie Norlh Corniati Uoyd lini-r Kaiser der Cro.-LO. iileamer remained in Uio vicinity for two but could not discover any ivacr1 of the scliooner's crc-w. Hiic iheu resumed her lo America. Tho 'Kalstr' Williolni der Grossc left yesterday on her firat sinco her re- construction. The scut the new3 of. the collision In a message to iho com- pany lie-re. Two Rebel Armies Under Villa and Obregon on the Move POPE PIUS X ;ONE ARMY OF iTotreon and Mazallan are the Objective Points of Atlack JA CRITICAL ENCOUNTER for my exclaimed Popr-- 1'ius, uhen he P n J tuday by a terrific storm, accompan-: Huerta Seems Ready 10 icd by liasliitif; of lightning anil lo-jj j IH'als of tliumlrr. lis .itieis shortly afterwards mass in the presence oi several specially invited guests. The then began and a fa- tiguing day's work for the I'ontift en- sued, Parleys With the U. S. Once More FIVE LIVES NOW REPORTED LOST 'Toronto, Out., March. 19.-? v Five lives arc now reported lost as a result of the Wood: hino Hotel disaster on st. Pal- Captain and Man Sink in Battle With the cued, Then Lost SPECTATORS SAW IT. Halifax, X.S., Jlftrcb and heroism cngagetl -in a thrilling combat' yestVrday" NERVY HOLDUP DETROIT Detroit. Jllcfi" -JIarch" Juaiez, Mexico, March sim- ultancous attack on Torrcon ami Maz- atlan'-.vas predicted today in advices received here. It was said that while i Oercral Villa's rebel army was moy> j ing against Torrcon, a force'under General Alvera Obregon would Das- sault Mazatlan. Obicjori was report- ed to he movipg troops aSatost .Ihe Pacific Coast poll. This was said lo le part of a general plan for an aggressive movement against all 'Fed-1 eral forces in Northern Meiico. IN 11UERTA PARLKYS HOTEL washinston, March .no official word came to the White House today oi .the reported purpose of Gen-: early., and'. coniueUed. Lin'il, administration olficials him to hand over }350'in cash. a willingness to listen to matter. [lajrl en- jj, on the eas'l'-side ot ililwaukec lirely from having anything to do 'street, between .Michigau and ffi.scon- supposed to be Sam Bcaltie of with the maUcr as far as he inew sin strcets, gutted the four-storey si. Catharines. search is nrnv being made for the Krafchc-nso trial _. liits morning. John Welbl-, who lives sccno'.ol the wreck di tn.e City ol Connlee, took Sydney, off ivhen Captain He the Bank of Daniel-Burns'of-Halifax and Koliert ilpntreal at riiim Coulee on Decc-m- o{ late of the steam- ber 3. the-day thai Manager Arnold abaul noon. Looking at least two others, whoso re- mains are believed to he under the debris." The fifth man is and' ordered speed toward tho. suburbs. 'come ol the battle at.Tot- rro'n which is' expected in' mark n critical turn in the strength asd prcs- tigc oi the contending DuHerta. .iC-ere Urovvwd, owing to and testified llagel's name had'never strriclurc and cau'seiV'ilamase uvei: been inentioncsr In him at any in connection lutri the cscapfc. was 'shot. __ through the giass door, he !i.w. lho Ihe roughness of the EC-a. PREPARE C FOR WAR er- adjoining Charles Sandlicrf, tel, declared his belief ...Ike ho-1________ early this; New York, N.Y., March 19 Ceneral Jose.. H. Hernandez (El- arrived here Wdiy from Porto he was.in.con- fiuttation, it ..is understood, -.with Generals Bapljsta Alcantara, Ol- Ivarea and other Venezuelan re. velutlonary leaders. 'It was said that he would soon leave for Port of Spain, vine'ncej'it "is billeved, he intends to-invade Venezuela in April. It' is'said that the'de-' Uils of a' revolution to: unseat President Gomez were competed- at the conference held -in San Juan, morning.that, tho ho-} A AlVf tcl got out safely. The property loss t II is estimated paitly coV- Vred by-insurance. .The .job tleparliiicat of the livening Wisconsin, one "of'Milwaukee's oldeat} newspapers, -was 'considerably da'mag- MISSING LAND DEAL mcnt, containing the newspaper press- es, was1 Hooded with several feet of. wafer. Ilreakinj; out In the siUr.fSs of the. morning, the; fire caused a. jianic; among 'the hotel guests. Waking from- slepp by of a.window l.pilis.-Tohy, sleeping on the secor.d door' of tlie building, shouted 'I A minutes Ihe proprie- tor, Charles Sandhcrg, and Ellen j EOU-, -awakened by the barking oi a! little fov terrier, smelt sii-.okc. They searched the buildir.g, but Could find! no trace of flames. -.Hardly five niin-: iilrs' lafrr.-the hmliling was a .mass of names. Guests were, -.currying for safely' clad only'in night'attire. The bark-j Haileybury, Ont., March Robert Allan, an American sub- ject, who resided in Halleybury for the past year, left El Texas, for Mexico City, seven, weeks ago. No word has recslved from him since. His friends are anxious. He a ChrlMmas gift of to the local Baptitt church, and the troubles In Mexico resulted .in payment not being made the cheque was prcctnted at. the bank in Mexico City. To secure, the cashing of thi> cheque -Allan went south In January, ttaiinger inside, looking towards the :a'oor, holding up his Imnds. ana Bay- The work of Ealyago was carried on by means of two dories. One boat was held away by an oar in the Engll't-h. One other man was inside "anus o> i'nc captain.. Snow was re- 'his -back lo Ihe door, and in celving the cargo as it was passed ffoill of Ilia banker, and wearing K a big Eea filled black overcoat. He did not see tho man's face. said he did not enter the bant, but. walked away. Ileaiintr HAVE WARRANTS; BEEN SWORN OUT BY ASQUITH FOR "KING-CARSiON" the' dory, and they were llirown inlo a veritable whirlpool. William .Snow, the sole, of lho other Dufferin a short Jlilanco away, backed In towards at'a fast rile with managed lo sol both something which looked like a rcvol- men aboard "his dory, .-when another some one leave- the hank, he loctod anil saiv tbc man wlio had sea capsized-Ihcm. Three men were now in the water. Snow .was thrown on'top oe.tho un- ed toward lho breakers. Captain Murdock- of tha Dufferin. was on ami started in a BULLETIN vcr in his hands. Then the- banker ran out and followed the first man, and Weifip lost siehl oi them. Almost immediately afterwards he heard a slint and mailing around the side ot the hank huiltiing he saw tlie banker tying on an ash pile, with the other man standing on (he sidewalk m'ckinc -hoarl1 byuiioy, inor-pr lo thc a 1 Merhett Kvans. a deckhand on .the Cabot. At last, tlio capsized dory was reached. William Snow was i board from the Ilohcrt Know, ex- OREGON PARTIES BUY SIX-AMD, ing-of the dog was soon followed by .....i, SOUTH- the bca.tiiis on by policemen pwsenger train No. 39, A HALF SECTIONS wj( al Oct, Creek lloor they went, in -doors 60ljlh htre lnls where thc to answer thc heavy heating.> EAST- OF GRASSY LAKE Hill, the railroad officials report no one And still they .come- Messre. Allen and' Wright, farmers or. Portland, have -jnal co'rrtideted a deal wherohy they-betpnio-the-owners of .six and sections .of of Grassy' .I.ak'e. "'The. land was sold by F K. whoso farm it has been for years, through Ihe firm ol Klmball I.lrscn, of l.eth- bridge. It Is one of the largest deals of the year, JIM.OOO being Involved.. Tho deal Includes all machinery, horses and other eonipmer.t.for'oper- ating the farm. Messrs. Allen and Wright have hail' c'ould'nol'hc worse than thai said 1'atrqlmhn. aflcr injured, ambulances and physicians have been summoned from here. HOTSON, LEADER QOODt GET BE FINISHED BY JUNE I U.S. PATENT OFFICE BURNS Washington, D.C., March woir.eit were painfully Injured and a score of others made their cscapo from a building near tbo patent of- fice, which was burned today( ,with a loss approximating -quickly hauled c MRS. WOODROW of llle''dory. HAD A BAD. FALL liaiiEleil, liatt sunk, but Hums was slinging to the bow. Evans grnsnod his collar, .but Tvhen a' sea tore the' tiories apart, rturns was' wrenched from his gnisn nnd sank. II was n IhrllUng in such a j sea. and there was Intense eseHeincnt j among the speelatora as a sheet of! loam rose above the fircakins surf, j Oil, Wartitnston, D.C., Jlarch JJ. Wileon Is convalescing from tho effects of a fall over a rns on the, While Home floor. Olliclala at Iho esecuiive offices said her injury was an external one of no consequence, and that she would Ijo o'Jt again attend- injr to social engagements in a day.or two. and it seemed .ill would he 'iost. ff had been poured on tlio tf, ling tho rescuers to come aionh'side the ship. Holli tlrowued men leave widows and fanliliv'f. SIR HIGHEST PRICE EVER PAID FOR BEEF CATTLE IN 1ETHBRIDGE GOES T0: EXPERIMENTAL FARM FOR EXPERIMENTAL LOT Tho contract Jo- the new hold n great deal of experience In fnrni- being t-rected on Thirteenth street Ing in eastern Oregon, nnd still re- North by li. McCnrty was awarded tain part ot their holdings there. They, on W'cdntsdfty afternoon to Hotson, nv farm, and tl Is their Intention lo'have Inslrucllons la complete lho hn- sell lho remainder ot the Oregon tel, which win lie a brick structure holdings and Invest In Southern Al- of fifly rooms by 1. lierla. Mr. Allen, who was in Ihe1 Building in North -lolhbridKo city recently, nays Southern Allierta looks good lo him. Dclany's Limited have puitnaserl thr. choice lot of 18 head ol steers Dominion Kxperiincnlfll have, how'ovcr, moved to their new, I-eader k Ooodo The- tonlractors. s, tj t icc Mrr f____ II In Ift tl n 1 11-41 rtlfl (A I lit ft.1 n r. hrt. i tl paiii in this, district, namely per hundred. In paying this farcy price, which Is somewhat of a rrem-: ium over .the imrkcl, they dcmon- slrale.l that they arc aller the best obtainable, believing that nothing is lor their patrons. The steels MINE DUST KILLS EXPLOSION nileca lo ho fnlrly ncllvft this year. With the hotel on Thirteenth street nnd the new. Separate DC.hool further norlh, two largo structures >'lll be which ho made ?20S.10. The a total profit ol (STKKIl VKKDIXH KXI'KHIMEST Onci.of the ohjccls aimed at in the CAKSOX. photo lon'lrm. March Premier Ase.uilh's rffusal on Moan ay l" ?f nation hy ivhich the nine Ihr atrfM'ol-Srir-Kdwntd of Ulster would IjC permitted to ilav says that warrants signed sheen feeding esprri-. Sslccr lecdirig trst Is to compare its results of the leedin'g of some with nienls arc not yet closed, hut it understood that Ilcbnys have .con- (rat hay was iifcil) traded lo buy the Sim so lambs, jwilh as compated with also at a laticy price. "alfalfa as a roughage alone. The principal object o( these the cattle were divided inlo Carson and Iriders ot the Ul- ster Unionists. DBMKS IT J.omion, Starch It was official-. ly dcclarrd that there is no truth in separately on Ihn question oi nfw Irish Government. When Sir Carson and Jos- eph Devlin, Nationalist member foi lielfast, enleretl tho House, the al- mosBhave becntne bcaled. Tli TJlster. lender called Mr. Devlin a liar, when' mrnts 'is to gather data in regard lo 'three groups, the first two wore as Ihe stnlemenl matte" today by' the "'M Mr. f V 'the Nationalist member declared Sir warrants have been sign- ITO TWO AT BUXTON under conBlrucllon. Tho work on the- "gVe'atest "re and Ihe..Possibility ol disposing of our n-arly In point of age and con- cd (or arrcsl Si'r Ktord Car liay hy teetluig on tnc (arms ra'hrr friiination as possible, whereas group than baling ar.d shipping away. The. three of the culls. All sori anclt ol.licr umomsl leaders., experiments as carried out will be of tlncc groups were fed in the open in CEXSL'HES ASQUITI! particular interest to the farmers, on corralls .adjacent to llie'oarn atid had Lnn'ilon, A vote'ol cen- Diixlon, Iowa. March men Thirlecnlh itrcet will also wcrc certainly when finished.' irrigated land who .are raising alfalfa oren straw sheds for'shelter.1 They- suic on the Uritish flovtinmetit was n-ero killed nnd much property dam- commence flhortly, nnd Thirteenth Ago done in a dust explosion in mine 'street will then be. ono of tho-hnslcst near here early today. streets in the city. The. lot comprised a carload. or who Intend to. tbey will be of no were watered daily, through thc icc ruoicd today in the House nl Cora ___r...... menting uuiins tk 'oil 'value'or Intercut-to the dry land far-1 in the ifarra'reservoir. rnons Uy Andrew Uonar in an indirect minncr. 1 o! the opposition. H'w; Law, leader as based on Kdwnrd Carson at on'o lime had (wen a Home Ruler. "li is an Infamous roared Sir." Edward Carson, and -when the. Sreax-'. er suggested a modification' of hfa' language. Sir Edward substituted fqf II: "Tho statement is a wilfiil fata, hood." (Conlinwd'oa 1'age ;