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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHUIUDGE. ALBEUTA, KHIDAY, MARCH 20, 1911 CENTS NUMBER 84 SHADOW OF CIVIL WAR HANGS OVER ENGLAND Ulster Guard of Honor Creels Sir Edward Carson as He Lands ai Clank of Arms Heaid in Leaders Measures Prelude of Armed Force Ten of'the Besl to Locale in the Vicinity of Lethbiidge Immediately REPRESENT TO Take Up Ready Made Farms at Coaldale and Carmangay Ten New Ihe van- tuatd ol the rush predicted br Joliu C. T. II. agenl al lios- when lure list sui.imfr.laTe B, Belfast, Ireland, March Sir EJward Carson, the leader of the Unionists of Ulster, made a dramatic entry Into tht capital of the province HU purpose in coming here It to consult with the other UiiUr Unionist leaders and with the commanders of the Ulster volunteer forces. The great activity displayed at Unionist headquarters and In the army barracks have caused con- fiiderable excitement among the people of Belfast, who, for days past, have been momentarily ex- pecting some decisive move on the part ot ihe Unionist chiefs or the government IJoforc landin; C'prson to tl'.c hocur and mi! it c-i il'.f-. com- munity-11 Tfco above published by Sir IvJu'anl al Iteifast to- day, s'Jcli intimation lieinfi made in' view of the t'fleu ol Hun. Winston .Spenefr Chun-bill's spt-rch on Homo Itiile, and rumors tlj? govern- ment intendeil lading Among 1'iiIoulsL paj.L'rs, the Daily Telegraph urges (hat this shows a profound change in lUo attitude of the opposition, leciinso have set aside their demand lor a t'civeral eel ion." "They aro ready (o yield such points saye (be Telegraph, "bo- cause the nation is at this moment in the very shadow of civil war." llnULL JOCKEY SAYS VILLA IS H4QFI NOT BLACK AS PAINTED Overheard Squabble Between Villa and Bcnton a Day Prior to Killing Which Was Was Mexican Subject for Mayor of Says Rebels Will Win "Villa was wholly justified in ordering the execution ol Berton. Benlon, and knew his re- putation. Villa Is a personal friend of mire, and it was through his influence that 1 vras re instated in the Juarez Jockey club. I heard the argument be- tween the Ivw men the day be- fore Benton was shot, In the H- asta, and left Juarez the very day that the shooting toward, and was ceciiug In Mm. 'TLr-iv wae a difference some] cattle." said Manders. a pretty Lot argument look [ilnco it Ihe t'i-1 asta on Monday. At the ol j lho disnute, Villa explicitly Itcaton that he had heard the tasi he wanted to hear from him, thai liic test thing h-> could do would be to stay away altogether. In ol this lientou returned llie following day to ootitlmio the Villa did William W. Manilcr.', tha famous not orjer Ws AMh to satisfy Jockey, who was over 111? -wcstcra siiile, bal lo pro- Lashes Crown Witnesses Most Unmercifully for Their Part In Escape CALLS KRAF. A KING this Sir1 recelveU hi? life and property, and anyone who knows the full details of the af- fafr wiil agree with rat> that he was rid- justified.'1 Manders thinks thai the rebels i BONAfi LAW London', March night's] raee circuit last year, and i Home Hulo 'debate, aid todays ex- wto visited Ixj'.hbndje during the I [Tcssions of oulside the Turf club's iiiec-t with Ills wife, Prairie House ot Commons, naturally coa- Itose. tho woman liuckius horse Tho Telegraph, hoivcver, declares' ccutrato OH Flonar Law's offer to the er. who calmed one of the wildest that its information Is that measures government ranpc horses in the district, returned coDie. out on top al tlio ccd of the 1 are being taken by the government "if." Jjr.jl.jitt-, 'ihr.- Prime Jlin-! to the city last night direct from the rainpaisn, if it eier lias an ecd. Villa, .v OL- vpreon vn uu-.-i which can only be a prel'Jdo to a fstor submits to srrre of conflicts lhal hare eel the lie Fays, is not as black as he Is paint- rued in the district lion; the attamer on which he had i.iude stroke of armed force. j lho counlry ITferrcdum. and the.-world wilh exciteicunt, afler ed, and has a cause-behind all his with tiielr families eno. ciirds, to tpe passage from England, Sir George 1 "A f.'an for breaking t'IMer. pro-_ country dpojdes in favor .'A them. 1 spending the winter at the famous actions, lib is shrewd, resourceful take up laiid in the Aldeisyile and ii.chardsoii. a retired llcutenar.t-geu- voklng ail outbreak, and crushing il in' have the auiiio.rily of Jxird Lands- Juarez track. [and c'-inniog .but a wonderful eral of tho British Army, who is com- bloixl is In says llie Tele- downe to say that, so lar as his infiu- i Manders says thai llpnton was 3 organizer, and well itked by his mea. nandfr-in-chief of the Unionist fore- graph. J.flhbiidgc districts. Kvery man in is a well- It our. and experienced farmer, and together with his chief oflicers. is Iclievcd that each will take at j As [he faty cjmo dols a rte f ane. kasl a quarter srction. One man b.v; ulteady' iHircliascil, v.-hiie ths otters i enco in the. House of Lords goes. Mexican citizen, and that he jirided He a icputatioa for honesty and As [be faty cjmo frora tll5 steamcr lo the "If Ihe government refuses Bonar lhat body will Differ nj impediment, to himself on heins one. He was candi- lionor, something, he says, thai Ben-'s declares the Dully .Mail, the carrying completely without al- date- for mayor of Juarez at one lime, ton could not claim. The most sign! pier, ''the. entire guilt of any future- blood- teralion and without delay, the de- iml was defeated. Ho had the; refiula- fir-ant fact about Benlou's execution. out what 'want acd iy found dra'trii up as a guard ol shed or civil strife will rest on Hr. I c-iGlon and vrfiroi the people of this lion, according to Manders. of bc-ins pays is- that ho was geaeral- maVc purchases. It is iNpeclcd that, all will Keltic as coon possible, and that they will brcat; M much o! their as- they can in ihe season lust to hand. The sci-rc-scnls capital to the extent H All ate accustomed to mix- lii firming, and will go in' for live t-.iock extensively. Mr. Coggsivell stat- i-ii lliat they vcre only the beginning ff a rush, and that thoussriiin v. o'JM lollov.- during tic next, (err ir.Oit's. Alhwfa is looked upoa a' the ideal miicd larmins pravlsw of nomininn by Ihc honor tiin force of picked AEquith's -head." of tie Ulster volunteers, who jeen summulied lo Ihe Unionist liiarters al a lai nlshl. A big i welcome, cheering wildly and firms, into thn air from their revolvers. Iliirins Ihe utght. had been kept busy moving stores and documents from the- Unionist head-. Quarters, apparently fearing o by tho 'jd'.tce, who have henn close, watch oil every move made by lho UnlonlEte. country." ULSTER SITUATION IS DANGEROUS Precautions of a vigorous character aail the oi Ihc [have at the. Victoria mill-j good to nio.t ot them whoW: tary barracks hero. Kxtm perils In tamini' -la" a' country- where: "luty day and nieht. Urgent m-, i havo been sent, to Ihe mil- authorltieii in.the south of Ire- reiuforcemDnlV im- rev: heioie, and" urc. in 11.IE.reported lhat Ihere is jueiit.'under consideralion in of lk3 stales to .legislate llie'enrllMt opportunity nflfr.'my ar- :i' tlic. nteat ol farmers jival in to'earnestly appeal United Slates lo Canada, to pur followers'to maintain., the fc'j cjnctrned have-onie of tte oSIieials 'Same dignif.ed attitude'of calm and U-cohie over Ihe cioiius. peace which has hitherto-, prevailed, -'_-'S.nidjw or'Civil March. .rlesiw, at GAUTH1ER 'APPOINTED TO FRENCH CABINET WESTEBN LIBERAL DISCUSS ACTIONS ERNMENT OFFICIALS MEMBERS OF GOV- I i Paris, March gap in the French cabinet caused by the resignation' of Krhesl Monls from of Maiinc-, was filled today by Ihe aupolntraont ol Senator BELFAST, MARCH FROM ARMY HEADQUARTERS, A DETACHMENT OF TWO HUNDRED rNFANTRY ARRIVED AT NEWRY THIS MORNING FROM THE CUR RACK AND ANOTHER THREE HUNCRED FROM MULLINGAR. THE GARRISON OF LONDONDERRY ALSO .VVAS REINFORCED BY THREE HUNDRED MEN FROM MULLINGAR AND TWO .WARSHJPS HAVE IN DUBLIN BAY. r FEELING AMONG THE PEOPLE IN -BELFAST TENSE. SIR EDWARD .CARSON HAS ISSUED AN APPEAL TO HIS: FOLLOWERS TO KEEP CALM. NO DISTURBANCE rHAD OCCURRED-'UP TO .'THREE O'CLOCK" THIS AFTERNOON. f DUBDN, FLEET' ERITISH- .LYING IN BANTRY BAY, IN THE SOUTHWEST OF.. IRELAND, [S EXPECTED. TO. SAIL TO- MORROW FOR LIES SEVEN MILES TO.THE SOUTH- EAST OF DUBLIN. a cattle thief, and a iy considered a Mexican FubjecL If lie had not been. Villa would never j have dealt wilh him as he did. Manders saw much of the rebel geti. dial while in Juarez, and was iu the i midst of some'of. the holiest cam and many of the races [loned on accouul of the fir- 'amous Trial Go to the Jury Some Time This Evening Winnipeg. Man., March WilU tj" E, Audereon'6 address to the jury and Mr. Jueticc Curran's Bumming- nn, left (o close tho Haxel-Westlake trial, there is every indkation that the caae be in the hands of the jury by five or six 'o'clock tonJght. K. A. Boanar, counsel for Hagel, concluded his address a few -lulautea aiter noou. In It, ho reviewed all tiip. evidence, and pointed out wliat considered grave dlBcrepanclct." Bo attacked tho veracity of Button and" Reid, Crown and laller, now under senlence of seven yeare, w-as looking lo obtaining an eariy parole by his evidence io this, case. He Buxton as the most contemptible thing In the "world; who, the jury thai he. had some deep and. laallng fear behind him which- un.' Is a Hamilton. Ont, ooyj prompted au effort ott his d will cover the wwlcrn Canada! to rid of Krafcheoko for good circuit this year with Ins wife. Rumor Only That the Government Ful- fil its Contract )I10F-B HAVE DONE THEIR FART Jacob Bergen and Wife Saw Murderer Wore Dropped Parcel on Sidewalk, Turned and Shot From Distance of Six Escaped in Aulomobible Munlen, Man., March 20. Jacob -Thiesen; direct cvatniaation Arnolr! followed. Thrrt the iirsf man Oiuraa, Ont., Match Tho con lidcration of the of the jiortment b[ the Interior was lho I o( a' rather aniniatcil elttiiiE ol tho Commons yostenlaj-. Tho trou- Wo came In tho cvenlnc; when (he opposition more Armamend Gaulhjer, a former minister of iiuMlb woris. Hergen and his wife, Her- a Cioun in Hie KiafcLenko 'turned aroiinil. with a revolver ucre Ihe principal witnesses at morning's session of Ihc trial of j Jack KrafciienV'o on a charpe of mr- '..iler, and Iheir slories Montreal, March staU-rnrnt was issueii from the gener- al offices of the Grand Trunk Ilail- iv.iy. this iiioroing "The repolls ivhicli have appeared iu the- papers during.-the last twenty- lour years that the, Grar.J Triink Pa- cific railway company vvas asking for further assistance from the govern- --___ ment are not trial, was Ci-ncludcil yesterday, was lus light Ijar.d ami shot Arr.oW, who j "The Government In 13M, when the. rross eiairincd Ihis mornir.i: hy five or six feet away. CJrar.d Trunk Pacific Transcontinental counsel for .the Iterpcn described how lie saw .Ar- contract was entered into, among hroiight out. nold fitch forward on his face while other things, agreed to guarantee the. jiarticularly. U'. Knowles (Moose CENTENNARY CEREMONIES WILL BE GRACED WITH HUNDREDS OF GRAND MASTERS complained of Ihe government Iioaiesload inspectors and land ng- (rnta In the weat. The member for Jaw asserted that .records ol Ihc department. tabled, show lhat In 1012, nrccwding the Saskatchewan, election, several homestead Inspectors: "a'l.of tanada will .11Jru ______ _..- ot the shoot- lv.1s vajuc as to details -the man who did the shooting ran homls for per ins, which they hoth witnessed, wire 0, snccecded the shoot- toward the lane anil down (he street mile the rrairic section, 75 per interesting. They ajiecd that a. wan itlp. r0rtli to where, an automobile was cent, of tie cost of tlic moiiataiirnc- Jacob lirrtrn of Plum Coulee, was slai.ilin? front ol a livery, bain, t'on, and in 1905 look powers by aet tl-ih IM! o-. (he stand. Ucfore theday Hergcn ran after him. He saw Ihs'oi Parliament to guarantee il of Ihe- 's'lmolins he had hvcn employ- "lan the car which started DM for that purpose. This, it ed to sweep out the liar.t UP iuimeiliately.' I found, was not sufficient to complfte liic line, and we have suggested and tor all. He told the jury.Out tho' would do well to- plnce the' whiskers ol the hanker of Plum ee on Huxton, and that if such were' done, tbo reason of his desire to have I Krafchenko removed -s-ould hecomej r.onarenL He' hammered 'Chler City-Police no nieasur-' ed terras, and-referred' to him as an animal who was gloating over .tho misfortunes of tho unfortunate ch'enkp.. He laabed the Chief for Krafchenko a'king, when eorapared either "Hiixtoh the ir.fonr.4l'. 61 Reid, the man who by greed'for dlamoiidsi nndrtionds with a story that would not have de- ceived a child of eight years of age He declared that he himself Tvas vinccd that Hflgel was an innocent man, and whipped the officials the manner in which Hagel had been treated while in Jail, both "In toe clly lock-ill) and the provincial Jail.. He pointed out that he haj nevei allowed to conEuIt with hi5 couliEel in not even heen able to prepare his case proper ly. He termed the trial on one occa1 sioa a "farce." and did not deem It necessary to delve too deeply into thfl discrepancies, saying tint the Jury themselves would see them. He lashed the evidence given by Held and Buxlon, and urged it cotild.not be believed in Justice lo his client. wearing a black came fiiim j the bank, doicly followed hy II: M.I Alr.old, Hit manager. Mis. liergen tcstif.ed that the first man diopped 'sonLelhing from his arms, lhat Ar-' i nold told him r.ot to to'Jfh it, and that- the first man then tinned and shot the hanker, who fell into an to sweep out the liar.t UP iuimeiliately.' .WOMAN' WITNESS YB WITM-.bS Of SII0011M. Mrs Dergen, wif KYB liprqen told the court ni ll.c shooting, Torcnlci, March The tandit then ran down tl.c. sfandiifs near his house, (o a waiting .automobile and i-iic ol IhPithe government Ihe advisability o! thai the.'pieiious witness, was r.e.xl eallrd.; taking Tailher powers at the present was siie also witnessed Ihe shooling. She' session lo enable- them to carry out which is 'Eajd the firsl man who Iclt the liank.ttrir part o! the contract." io to oi Montreal prr.-n- seemed to have something his i Tlie Grand Trunk Pacitc have pro- riecnou namfsu-iui iiiBi.raiurs Proml- away. Both wilr.esscfi dedaicd iscs in I'lum Coulee, and that he saw hands. Souiclliing ilroppctl, 'he stupped Ivitol their portion of Die additional li-ul nrartica'lr ITI work he-' nent parl in the. celchralirm ol. dne lhjl Arnold was only a law feet irom a m3n a Wart ovcrccit with to pick it up. Arnold told lihu nol cosl, ar.d therefore do not r.ced al 1JJU UUIll, l.u ____, ______ l-.1fnT- Tirml tllf II.- ...A.I in n frnm 11.A I___t- --3 f.__L ..._ ..___ II.i.. lin.n 1 r. n.b Consrrvallve fwcen Hr'ilaln ar.d the United States, shoi- witness was pre- hani, followed a few leet after by upt.n tiirnc'd .iiid sljof Ibe hanker. Kho ns lias been s to he held at N'iagara Kails on July lo. testily as lo Ihe idrnlity of; Atcold. He did r.ol Lear either call co'tldn't tell wbal il was Ihe- firsl .newspaper arlicles. 15. cause they had been engaged in pol- itical work for the I-arty. Hon. Hohert liogcrs.- in reply, do- n Ontario was held during the time complained ot they; w were wrongfully urider arrett nt the i thoroughly discussed. The boiur InsUnro nf Ihe Scoll government, llo c'rted hundred years of continued peace be- assassin when .the latter fired the up, con-.e from Ihe io touch il and the first man thfrc- time to ask for .further assist ilK! ir, rranl .the bandit. firsl man, waiting very man was carrying. H luokc.l like a A mroUng of the noard oi Ocncral i Morden, Man., March 20.-CoJnclms fast, turned cfl the sidewalk, and packet, purposes of Ihc Grand Ixwlge ol Can- lo appropriate a sufficient, ihii ihpm 3raount of lcir ttic eiilertain- Ihat them Q( ,tom sil mcnL In-ieplr. pair! the a? rests, which were justified, July." The records showed trint tho inspectors other engaged than In -connection tvilh their duty !n Juno. Dr. Roche road a number of affi- rinvilfl. to estaMlsh.that lho accuta- tion maiTo against Olcn Cnrnphcll by J3r. XtoTry on .Finihoiity of. affEdavlt one t'oilras, a Tmlf-breed, was un- founded. BOY KILLS MOTHER Relative of Sir Richard McBriHe F> Victim of Accidental Shooting New Wcstmlnsler, D.C., 20.1 Frank lloan, wife of Frank j Doan, sccrelory of lho Iiu'estment (.'o., of this e.lly, and a rrfallvo of Sir TUchard -McUrldo, accldcntftily shot and killed by a: Arthur Melghcn railed upon: shotgun In Ihe hands of her nine.' ia Vfto Ji WHIG J. T. TO OAVK DECLARED VOID. Dr. N'celey to npologlxe, biif tlio lat-1 year-old son. ier declined to ilo FO. He said that! The family I al Pill Meadots.i EXTRAORDIHAHV CASE OF MRS. prepossessing woman Mrs. hud been away (roni their nfdow ol tho son Ihe late Justice, JicMnhon o( Ontirio. Since death cabin, on her.return Iho little hiiy at her husband, MeKaiian; sto lo l lo )iavlnis rtceivcd sucli an nffldavli he was qullo Jiislificd In bringing t iiji jn the Jlousi-, A liealed (Ithale followed until (er midnight, when the Home roao her, and -pulled ihe trigger, as his with a California lawyer lhat ho was lo help establish her chilra. Mrs. Mc- wltliwii much progress having been Bother enlcrcd Ihc door. She died Mahon Is only 2S, and stood tiailf. jlnstnnlly.................. 'before Justice Kellr in tho Ontario coiirts. who, during her absence, secureil of the gu'n ro'ilej II il llls sbai'c 1n estate, valued nt She signed on agreement BIG DAMAGE ACTION AGAINST C.P.R. DISMISSED WITH- OUT HEARING Jaw, Marrh In RAYMOND FARMERS MAKING AN EARLY START IN FAR_M- ING OPERATIONS IMPEACH JAP CABINET Recent Graft Disclosures in Navy De- Sets Opposition Work to Tokio. Japan, March 20. Tho im- peaclimenL of the Japanese C'abincl ncrounl of Ihc recent naval scan- dals in connection vlth the alleged receipt of illicit commissions hy r.aval officers. WAS asked In an ad' Haymond, March F. J. Schmidt, mariager ol the 0. K. Farming Co., was in town yesterday and rcporl-s that he six- ty acres ol vfheat on Monday, Jlarch 16 and will continur. planting as fast as possible. They arc using an 'en- gine which taics six discs arid har- rows to correspond. Already they nir.e hundred acres ready lor Feeding. Mr. Schmidt believes in get- ting it in early. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Boyer returned from Utah yesterday. They report that this time they have come to stay. Canada looks teller than ever dress to the throne, introduced in the lrj jj.c the aiiprcnic Court this morniiiK. Mr. Chamber of Deputies hy Ihe .opppsl- .rnev arc KpcciaHv sce Justice Urown refcfd to allow th: lion pirlies. Tho.address dcclnves so hcro. lhal Ihe "ycanilAls arc a slftin'on Ihe- ----------------_----- FC ol SValtcr Siilluaa vs. Ihe 0. I1. H. to.go lo the Hulliran was employed by the C'.J'.K. al Wcyhurn and while working al niphl, was strtck uy n Iroin. or.d had his Itlt j; cut oft. In his sliilcment Ot claim he alleged r.eglisencc on the part ol the company, hut this morning His Honor staled lhat Ihere was no evi- ol r.ecligencc and Ihc case, nh'cli was'one fc> secure dam- ages, was dismissed. ROYAL DIVORCE APPROVED Stockholm, Sa-edcn, March Tho council oj slate has approved tho divorce of Prince William of Sweden newly reisn of, tho Emperor, and aro harmful to the prestige of- the Japanese navy." 't 't HE WAS A CANADIAN 't HORSE BURNED IN BOW ISLAND FIRE now Island, Alia., March stables on llie farm of directly west of town, were totally destroyed by fire during the. .winrl-' clomi lhal prevailed on Saturday' niotnlng. Xolwilhstandlng tho efforts a gruelling crou-ttemlmUon Mr, llollmtilh and P.rluccBS Marie of Hiissia whore .ccnlly descitcd him, going to P.irle. Chicago, 111., Starch 20.- forth John T. ot lite Chi- cal" _________ cage Tribune, "tho hesl re- porter in who was NEW SALVATION killed by stepping Into nn. OFFICERS valor shaft, was a native.oi Edward fsland. ltlc, horsonnd AT PRINCE ALBERT. Prince Albert, Snsk., Slnrch 20.-- English and Llenl.' Todhunl- p er of Winnipeg have arrived fo charge of the Salvation ;