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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.ETHBR1DCE, ALBERTA, "-TURSDAY, MAUCH 2-1. 1'Jll CENTS NUMBER S7 POCTU IF INTERNECINE WAR SHOULD BREAK OUT IN ULSTER, THESE ARE THE BOYS WHO WOULD FIGHT WITH "KING BATTALION TYRONi: REGIMENT MANOKUVRRING .League to Promote Big Scheme Takes a Def- inite Form IS DULY LAUNCHED Local Men and Women Get Behind the Project With Their Suppovt J. P. TRACY IS PRESIDENT any bock that is published, is obtainable, at any time to every liliicn oi tliU fair Dominion with much ease as he gets his ordinary iiiall, thtougb Ihc of tho i'os- 13! pages ol history will meal lie fact that this voa- ilMlul system-had its beginning in tie i-our.cil chamber ot tho City of on Monday 'afternoon, March 23. A. D. 19H. ".uscoinpasiiCd with an atmosphere the sinccirsl sympathy, faith 'and enthusiasm; the first. Post-31 Library ever established in the woild biith yesterday in city. 1i this'feeling remains with the cn- ricrprise as it advances, there can be lie-thing but saicess in store. 'ihe meeting was called primarily Ho obtain the general sentiment ol representative elements in the city jetarding a scheme for the ilistrihn- ,1ion ot hoots to every corner Can- cJa, hy the Post Office ilepartmin Ihe idea having e.volvcd in the mind tii J. I'. Tracy some time ago, and :jiist broached to in an' ad- given by him at the Grassy il.aVc fair-last iall. Since its inception, -the idea has fcplCad-irpui .cp.isl to .coast receiving ll.B 6l the" inr.-i In p'jbUc'lile-.ill over'C'Mada. fl'lif outstanding object is-to she hands' ot every cU4zen, any book 1'hat he rnailc desire at any time tlial rie may desire it, while-the. motive is 1o induce everyone to-read..In order :ihlt tlicso. ends michl heat h'e. served, it was thought hy .Mr.' Tracy to be wise thai an organization should be lormcd, so that cveiy element ot the nat'onal lilc might he duly approacb- their opinions to be. forwarded to Ihose nlio'iiave the power to grant huch privileges, and to enlist the sympaljues ami support of organization in existence, so that Hie powers that te might be luliy im- jjre.sscd with tl.e fact that-the idea; is workable, and that it is wauled. OKHCKHS EI.KUTKI) The newly elected president of the jTtomght Likely Parliament Will Ask That Home Rule Bill be Passed and Then Go to Country for Attitude Toward Resigning Officers Severly Criticized Will Explain Takes Dose of Strychnine After Altercation Over Her Young Man First Stage of Mexican Revolution Looks Like Victory for the in Rebel Hands-'-Mazatlan, Saltillo and Monterey Will Soon he Rebel'Strongholds IN QUEST; TO BE HELD I guess I'm-not. wanted. arounO here." Ihesc wortls, folloning atral- ercattdn'vUh her falher and mother over tbe attention being paid'her a young roan Irleail, the seventeen- j year-oM" daughter of! lha Soderaulst' family, living eight miles cast'ol Car rushed upstairs and took j 'few Juarez, Mexfco, March Gomez Palacio was In the hands of the according to informa- tion given out at the office of Gen- eral Chao here, and General Ben- avides, at the head of the Zara- gosa brigade, was moving against Torreon. No statement of italtleB the desperate ilreet fighting In Gomez last night WAG available. KcJeral stronghold. TILC occupation of Lerdo, practically rcsis- I taiice aail the assumed victory al Gonicz Palacio, leave only Totreou to bft iakea, -and the fust important 1 of tl.fi revolution will be mer. 1' -The Loniiiicst" of Sallillo arid 'Monterey is take.-; for granted 'ionce Ihc main Kedeial" force under tGeneral rYelasco at Torreon is con- jquered: Attend Strike in Coupler Works in Depew, New Number, Killed MARTIAL LAW PREVAILS NEWS FROM ULSTER TODAY SHOWS QUIET London, March certainly lie no dis- solution or parliament until the Home Ituic Tor Ireland hill has been passed. This statement was made to the Associated Press today hy John E. Redmond, the leader of (he Irish Nationalist parly. Mr. Hedmond added that the second reading of the bill would be taken tip by the. House of Commons on March 3U. and that the hill would be proceeded with until it became law. Lomiun, March dissolution ol' lit? British Pm-lia- mpnl has lioc-H Imstcniwl by the livcnls of tlie lust few days, accord- ing to the opinion generally exprcssi-d today in jiolitical circles, Tlic surrender of the government to the officers nl the army declined to serve against the Ulster-men is particularly significant in this connection. TWO IRISH FORCES ARK DIAMETRICALLY OPPOSED Tlie Irish Nationalists, it is pointed out, will not accept Home Rule with Ulster permanently xxcliidixl, while the government, lias founc! it impossible to compel Ulster tu come under a Dublin Cfoniez is-.only 'tlirec1- 1 riijles; irour'Torreon, bc-Iore the day I uas over. Americans and Federals Fight parliament. i X Y M rch -4 -D vbrtak DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT NEXT WEEK FORECASTED uep J a. anncJ "camp, j 11 that tho only- way nUt of Ihc cUniciilty is lo hold The 7Aih regime-it oi miiitia, ordereJ! a general no one would be surprised if Ihc govern- out ai the request of Sheriff Freder- i nicni, during Ihc second reading of the Home Kule liill next ick C. Rccke-r, whost force ol should offer lo dissolve 'parliament on condition that the Home; lies was unable to handle the rioting the rtnd Plural Voting'Bills be J strikers at the Gould Coupler passed. ywlerday, io arrive before (jQVERNMENT ATTITUDE A FACTOR and by sis a.m., the plant was Thc Of the rank amVfitc'nf.'lim Liberals with under military prolection. _ Ilic army oRiccrs is a fnclor.which j to join forces tbe Labor members and make'an appeal to J broken, took chtiine hoLUe, paers. Her trotlier lie contents of a stry- Torreon closclr surrounded, autl last Jt ordered that certain kept for poisoning go- "ports were that the "whole' supplies be sent directly to Gomc.7. heard" her in was confident oJ the early falloi convulsions -stiorlly utler rash 3caguc is J. P. Tracy, father 0I tlie act, anil ran to help her. ft is under- COMMITTED ON FOUR CHARGES 46 4 movement, the'vice-president is Judge that she told him AHa.. A. .Jai-kson, and the srcrelaty- is Mrs. Tilley. nOAHI) OK MANAGEMENT The firbt hoard'of inahageincnl coii- Fists ni .the following IV. A. Mayor AV. Ilardic; 0. K. M.irnoch. Board ot Joseph :P. Tracy E. K. Higintolham, l.ethbridgo PosLmas- (Cnntinued OD rage en tho strychnine.- ham Pores, arrested In Winnipeg RAISING Coroner of Letbbrldge some weeks aeo at the rttjucal- o( the FOR EASTERN was informed, and .intended motoring Calgarj' liqllce, has been committed to Carmangoy this morntrig.--biit was lor trial on charges c( bisnniv, for- horsc-atcaling and false EGGS EPICURES delayed by the storm.. Ho went north on the afternoon .train and Trill- tences. hold an Inquest. Tho details so'.far received aru the SERGEANT MADE ACTING CHIEF most raeagre, Thc'Sodcrqulsl famllv iro of'Finnish descent." Toronto, "Out., Maica 'i4. For tho first time in history CSS5 slilpjicd from" wostcrn Canada to trio. east. "An Edmonton company fias ser.t a 'of new laid MORDEN SCHOOL GIRL IDENTIFIES KRAFCHENKO AS "THE MAN IN Brandon, Man., March' meeting of thu police committee ti'ero .0' from tbelr tills Sergt. .1; II. was in lo Toronto nr nppolntcd acting Chle! of Police from April I. until a successor to Chief of I'oJice IJerry Is appointed, STEAMER AGROUND j Washington, IXC., March. 4 Morden, Man., Marcli When Plum Coulee, tho day, of- tWriiiurdert atearner was roportjul. 4 "he saw-a nffrolind today ot Irinl ol Jack ICrarchetiko was t'unifid lliis morttlng, Mary t-vho yesterday nftcrnoon Iclcntliicd, jou hnow.who thla man waaV Krofchcnho as tlto man in Mai-fc" askctl thn Crown-prosecutor.- li-lw bjJiErii. tho lane at thouftM krafchen. 4Iio rear of tbe Plum Ooulec hank WRg [jjc r0pL" jiist hofore the sli'ootlng oMI. M. ArJ was lo ibo. VUuus A lew loomcata .later ho anff the 5tand for Uio Crown. Sho rcpwlcd. "o lhai fho man in the t''ollBbt ho seon In Ing along near, the'corner of the Fla- 7lie revenue out- at the rear tpr .sailed from SaVantiah to her asslRlancc. 4 "duec .dealers at the 'prlcn cf cents doitn f.o.b. Previous to thn' prflasut ttnie.-esgs' have been i-lilppcJ in "large-Quantities to. Jhc' TveFteri) cities, but.lboro ihas.iiever hciorc been an.at-- lernpt at1 an.interchnngo'ns fnr ns cgga-aro concerned, -They arc because have ihc prejudices of in clursc, but quickly rwss-mblrf at lliuir cliiss. Xol oiily.is llier.c one law lor .the ricli man in tin: another cntrar.cc. There, company one for tjie poor, bill Miorc is one standard for the Tory lore the moii would scatter. One man soldier whose sympathies lire willi'tho laboring man. was wounded.. He was taken away Similar rommciils appear in ihc Liverpool Post, also a slrong tiv Ms toinpanicms. WON'T CAKKY Liberal paper. _ The rehaal o! lntft.iati.mal Hail- SKELY PROMISES TO EXPLAIN HIS STATEMENT vty company employers to move London, March John Sccly, Sr.crc.lmy of State War, Icxlay proinispcl in the House of C.ummoiis thai' luv twcen the ar.d the Am'alga- wonld lomoiTOW lay on llic Uiblc all Ihe material and written Mrt documents which, lie woilW clear np the whole mystery of Iho recenl crisis among the oilicers of the army in Ireland. ;Iic jSivc this promise when he was hy a member io conHrni or niatal Assoriatidn of Htrcet Kleclric Kail'.vSy oraploycoi.. I'resident K. C. Uonndlc, oi thf tcrnatlunui, the siiperTisora the a assurance had been-giycil .to t'if'crew! nrijiiitlicr Gciwral'-.lllibcrt Goilgl) that the troops would n'ol be nubii Ulster. tf ff Wiicu this wonl was carried to the lo force Home oJ til? slrrcl car inc-n, a call was al issu'cvl for a. meet- :f ini; of grievar.cc1 c.imsniUcc, r it iras atino'.iriCrrl liy Presirlcnt t'. V. Cnr.roy, (it the lotal unifjn, thai a j formal dr-mand would lir made lor the no instalencnt of the men. KIT FOX TERRORIZES RESIDENTS; MAY BE APPOINTED POLICE MASCOT Ilim Krafchcnko, and thai" sne'kr.ew oy bis oycp.; After site-had Muni Coulee the" rndrrjlng. O. was hy ..._ ____ tcon him sho went on .'.o Fchool, nnd j lil0 Midland Hallwaj as station ag- Iho man. turned and walked towanln j Coiilco on December 3, llio bank. Ileforo school wont in, M" then called. Me said .ho became heard that tho bank had been I acquainted ivlth KrafclienVd In Plum robbed. Coulee, llo beard Krarchenko and L% .7. MVasucr, oac of 'tho.tviriK'.i-Iuriie, EHIH- Puffleld, for Ibe defence, ln lhc on'onu orcJislon. Mid had la'lknd over tbo cnso a'ar'J KrurdiMito, he .remarked louplo of times with )lr. Handel, for- "if ho orcr'.lield up tho In intrly chief dtrnliey. of the provincial Plum Couleo U would bo, In .tho. mid.- Jail, and now scllng provincial do- din of llio day. and he would cotb In tho Krafchcnko affair. hiding In Wlnnlnos." Tho day the Tho rjrl pafd (Erst snw Kl'af- Iri the Xitchen of the Commer- rial hotel, three weeks before tbe murder when Leo- was-going back to tho atatlon altor lutich, ho aaw a wan going towards Ibo bank. 'Ho thoiigbt robbery, alien.1m wanted to kiss tcr.'ihc man was tfrnfehenko, Him thought siio aaw him again In ho saw be saw thai llio man front o: Ihc hotel Iho night before had a beard, and he made up bis mitid ibo toljbcrr. i'l wasn't .lohn... He-saw Mr, Arnold Mond, ,1 youth of eighteen, !ho bank as'ho wtnt IrMlfled that nil his way boms from I.co ivas'c-'i (ho fltnnd when (he about Iwclvc-thlrty at noon, at.cojrt MONTREAL, APACHES--BEAUCHAMP HAS BEEN ARRESTED liight calling for help. Two ir.l-n ilrtailed al owe to prMwil (o the oi this vicinns nnrt Ui protct-t thr citizciin irom aU'jcV- the arrived on "the ol tlie burly policpincn, that', he'. kill be promoted to tlir position of police mascot. i Or hft may he presented to Coju- niissior.or Grace as an addition lo tlic ihc said was r.OKtoc to- he seen, hut it did not take much time ior tl.e hunlrrs to (raclc him to hi% lair. They cnlcrM an empty house with cjutioiis steps, ar.t procfcdpj Kfealtlilly to search ;the dwelling. In a fdrner they found a hear or an flepha.nV, as Itipj- had been led to tfrrotiz-: ir.g liut a .weC'.. nn-J suspeclmg baby Wt.Ioi, Irnddlcd .int fear where he tho'aght he- safe. The tas.eal was to. the [station, arid at court this morning.'lie was tra.il- irig a long, heavy chain al the 'time of his apprehension, and is.as.taiiie and liaimless as" a Mt'trn. He'is bft- lieM in owner is in an appcaranct, q.M iMI-.er'c Henderson I'.irV Xco. SIMS BILL HELD BACK D.C'.. March U4. ivas rio of tf.-'; L ;