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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.ETIIHRIDGE. ALBERTA, SATUItDAY, MAltCH 21, 1911 CENTS NUMBER S5 CARSON AWAITS FIRST FALSE STEP TUporUd as Saying Canadian Might Go to Ulster Liberal Whip.Proposes to Hold Up His Estimates Till He Explains IF HE MAKES A SINGLE FALSE MO VE ENG- LAND WILL BE PRECIPITATED INTO WAR His Large, Strong, Exuberant Activities Could be Used al Home Echo of Home Rule Situation Heard in Commons Yesterday Otlflwn, OuL, March an Item for for an addition to the citadel at Halifax was reached In Ilia Mouse ol Commons yesterday after- noon, Fred Pardee, chief Liberal quoted a statement from tho Montreal Star cables to the cMect that the announcement had appear in the Yorkshire Post that Colonel Hughes hid riven assurances that nothing would he done io the departure of a contingent of Canadian volunteers for Ulster, Tvio would Cir.adu lor Ueifast In May nexl. Mr. Pirdee remarked thai the Min- Jtter's activities were so "large, fltrong and exuberant" that he can- not confine himself lo Canada, but must reach out and tak- a hand In the struggle for Home Rule. SUE- lotted that Hon. P. Pelletier should. Uke his. colleague aside, and s'.ve him 'some Bound advice. -would be weH for the government and lor tho neople of Canada; Pardee de- clared. It the Minister of Jlllitla, were fold'that he had a so'od deal, of bull- -TIMS ;ipi lake care it In Canada, (hat he should devote.hia..aUentlon to it.. .Knglarid was quite-'able'-.to lake care of her affairs without any assistance from Defends the. Colonel Hori. Robert Rogers said that llr. Pardce had.assumed too.-rhuch from 7nera newspaper statements. }.B should have waited to get an eiplan'a. lion from tbo minister of militia him- self. Mr. remarked .that he "was 'quoting from the Montreal Star, .tvlilch was in the confidence of the government, George- Kyle (Richmond) said he suggest that tefore any Items 1-elatlng to the miUtla depattmenl n-ere the House should vM till tho Minister of Militia had sufficiently recovered from his recent engagement to come to the House. Ho julded that a serious crisis had been reached In regird to -Home Rule, and that the action ot Col. llugnen was aot calculated to improve matters. Cochrane In It, Too The. Minister ot Railways, Mr. Kyle Trent on to eay, had'recently taken part In R 'gathering that did pot have for its object a peaceful riurpoje. It might be that, the govern- ment dealrea to show that It sympath- ies with the people ol north Ireland ire preparing to resist authority, but In his opinion the. government should take, these, things more sen Lemieux Nirvoui "What makes me sale Rbdolphe "is the red and not Ihe aword Itself. Car- Boa will nerer use it, but this notice that one thousand picked men will be lo.Belfast is a serious matter." Mr. Umteui added facetiously thai there.was apparently gome connec- tion -between this Instance and tha Voops jBeing Rushed to Scene of Ulster Trouble-- King George on Anxious Remain in London Over and His Staff Guarded at Headquarters Near Bel- Moving from South of Companies Mutiny Relfast, Msirvh Hits morning pivsnileil a ven martial aspect. All Ihe towns were cmtpinl hy solilii-rs of Ihe regular aniiy and oilier detachments were niaix-liing silonj? Hit country roads with trains of bugjjiige ;iml ammunition earls on llieir way lo .strengthen the various gurrisons. In the mean while, at all the Unionist centres, there aiiiiiiutionj tlic-Ulsler volunteers. TIirouKliout Ihe province a IRISH PATRIOT Settlers From New are Pleased with I'rairie Country Looks Good After Hills at Horns Move Coming Lifting Duty on Cattle and Hogs Having Good Effect of intense -'iiix.cilciiM.-iil prevailed and everybody scc-mcd wailing ,I Y ]alL.u PREMIER H. H. ASQUITH in anxiotisfex'pecUilion for something to occur, what. Belfast iilso displayed considerable activity. Two torpedo boat destroyers, the I'athlimlcr and the Attentive, arrived llu-rc this iiHirning from Kingston iiml landed five officers and 150 men of the Yorkshire regiment at Carrickl'ergus Castle-. 3000 REGULAKS LANDED IN 24 HOURS Within twenty-four hours over 3000 regular troops, includ- ing four battalions of infantry, with machine guns, and two hal- lerics of Ti6ld artillery, till equipped for active service, have ar- rived in towns of Ulster. These troops form the advance guard of a large armed force which the military authorities an: sending to the northern prov- ince (if Ireland to pro. veil I the assumption of local government by anti-Home'Rulers. YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY FIRST TO LAND Still more, troops are on their way to the north, from lite JOHN E. REDMOND Who lias fought Ihe fight for Home Rule, -and quails now lot civil .war thould follow his years of struggle. He dcclartt, however, .that will be met by force." local military Cnrrugh and from other army stations to- day, the-first arrivals in Ulster thismornim; were Ihe eom ,'pa n i es'of half -1 li on o f 111 e Yovlishi re Sir West RidgewBy Gives a Dis passionate View on Ulster Situalipn BOTH Sugar Beet Receives Impetus frorii Colorado Immigration 'In spite ol general business condi- tions, which are dull. I look for a year oi very heavy immigration to be Western'Canadian provinces Irom he Now England States. V.'c are op- nine; up a oi immigration, there has heretofore been practically there is every indica- ion that Alberta will get some ;turdy settlers of New England John Cogiswell, who has charge ol the Boston, Mafe., office ot the C.I', n. department of natural resources, arrived in the city Irom headquarters at Calgary Friday afternoon with a couple ol buyers, and -wcnt'out -to he ready-made farm colony. To the Herald Mr. Coggswell stat- ed'that fie countcy Lad made a won- derlul impression on the party he ha'rl just brought out. Icdeed, two ol them were so taken with land they t RI iMF Voupht north of CarmanEay. the day thai' the very day the sale was made they settled their'no-'{ London. March: Sir Ul bills 'and took the fastest distinguished: tack to pack up their goods Infanlry, ana fp: iaryVstalioiv.co.niriaiHli.ig Ihe. Loiigli- H lies liflocu miles below imq Donations Are Not Calculated to Meet Wishes of HeopkWho. is of landiiig'.'placc-of Willi 6U1 fortificalions there Orders were, issued to other batteries of arliltery al slralegic 'lioinis around llic city of Belfast. 'ALRY WILL CONCENTRATE AT BELFAST H w-is ucnerally expected here that a cavalry brigade would wccl; end. Tile Sixteenth Own and were ready lo move 'Ullullull' illc livi Want Building to Grace Qrnamenlal Like End of ihf.'Sc.np.me to Place Library on Gait Gardens Site-; "I regret that the already aides, meaning an increased The granted for a library bildinfr in through! it was up to Mr. Carr bridge cannot ho.addcd to. It is not ncBlc to pny for thls md the opposition ired more by hatrcd: oi the goverh- nenl that by love oi 'Ulster, .it .has .aniicd the ilimes ol revolution in the rmpc that- Premier Asquilli ar.d his colleagues may perish in the cohflag- ition. "li there is civil writes Sir; ity mignt deem necessary for namental park." This Is the synopsis of a reply re calved Uiiu rooming by Mayor-Hardle s _ ._ iv_ .__. ....nn nrreinitate iioisi iv- has not seen Gait Gardens. So If the library Is built at all. Ihe size and coat will have- to he lessened to meet the increase In the cost of norlh at the word. Sudden prcparnliims by the War Ofl'icc thus far have not r y demonslratinn in Belfast. The leaders of llic Carnegie Corporation ot Now TTorfc, In Oio Corporation's "N'oteB on nllxiely lest their over followers West, '-the country 'will have just cr.ouch ol liolh front b'cncnos to cry 'plague' on both Houses, ar.d. will to relegate them to the obscu'r- ity and iniporiance. v.hich in that event tliry so. rishly rieserve. the ImpaEse the cattle and hog prevailing since the removal ot the duty last :all by the U. S. government. -He says Ihcrc need he no worry lor years to come about glutting the American markets. "The duty has been oft cattle lor several he Baid, "but I, am still aware of paying to 40 cents pound for sirloin roasts in Bos- Tbe removal of the duty to he one of tte tiesl tht O.P. camegio uorporauon oi ruia, m uio u.. un.-n answer to the mayor's recent'reuuest Library Eliding." was enclosed with lwo or iOlcness at llic week-end and ti'vc "lc'r for an. increase in the grant. This the communication. This slates that for enforciiiu liuorous rc- raiuest WM mado in lieu o! the dc- tho avcrase busy bueiness man "lakl" opponents llic sought foi oppoilWUij lor ciuoicint clslon of the commissioners to plnco a "worting Tinowledge o' how to KO measures. the library on one'.of the. corners o' Oall Gardens, provided that Jlr.-Galt gave his permission. If tbo_bullding ..-------------r--------------- was erected on the square, "it would of it with an approprialion ot necessarily have to be finished In all 000." about the planning. anJ that a fro- riuent cause or waste "is the nltempt .to get a Greek temple or moiiiikatlon 1O MAK.n WAITS FOR GOVERNMENT Verdict Returned. Late Will be Passed Early in Each Case Will Appeal counsel (or 1'crcy found Winnipeg, March six o'clock nar, ._. last Bight, the jury sitting on the by a jury last night alons non ii.io .HDVB.H.U John 01 assisting in Mil to arms In Westmoreland county, casts of Percy Eldon Hagc! and John E. B. Devlin was not Inclined to Wcstlale, returned- a verdict of treat the despatch seriously. He "guilty" On nil counts against Idem jargcs of coTnpHcily in the of John Kra'chenko from Sir Edward Carson, Ulster Unionist leader, and his liculcn- ants, desire the government lo take the first provocative slcp. The arguments used by-Mr." Asquith, who scoined Eomeu-hal .tattu by sur- prise when so reasonable a proposal emanated from the leader of (lie op- posit'oa were, we will not say'feeble, but certainly not forcible, and the R. can have in inducing se to come lo Canada. Mr. Coggawel) would also lite oi clcsirc iii" uuvuin i nun i in iv v. MIV. IL.JI Luiot Sir Edward, rcolizmtf the vilalnessi of prevenling an unrife- to the only peaceful ciplined outbreak, as a prolesl against all these troop movements, today again urged the Ulster-men lo keep cool (luring llic week- Bolfatt Quiet Today I leaders of the Unionists. This was Thc City normal outward aspect. All the piac fmifnA about ff of business were open, anil, in ac- with Ihe urgent request ol very latse position i! they refuse Hie only peaceful solution ol the problem which now seems pos- sible." to see the embargo on potatoes raised. It would provide farmers with a'mar- ket for another profit-making crop. The beet sugar .Industry in will receive an. enormous Impulse from the Colorado immigration, and he thinks only a little advertising on tho part o! tie sugar In the south would result in a peatly in- creased production of. the hy irrigation farmert. pto- LATE FLASHES FROM ULSTER Central City Jail. The maximum pen- alty in each cast is scrcn years. Winnipeg, March A. lion- tlic weave Irom custody of: Jack Krafchonko, annnunccd that he wonlii npveal 'rnm Ihe rlrcisifiri ol the jury, and saiil Wcsllake's counsel Mould the. take similar action. the Unionist leaders, all the men ivorkeil until llieir usual Snturda; (logins time. Carson Remains Behind Scene Sir Kilward Carson did not the residence tho Unionists contend, brought about the present crisis. Volunteer! Ready Kverr ono of the hundred thousand volunteers In Ulster still stands ready for mobilization. The provisional government's "post. Ing by -which Iclto.rs and