Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME VII. LBTHBRIDGE. ALBEKTA. THUHSIUV, .MARCH 26, 19U CENTS NUMBER 83 Marathon Race by Chief ton Results in Capture of the Thieves SMOL1N AND DAVIS VOTE ON PANAMA TOLLS REPEAL TO BE ON. SATURDAY Found a Way to Beat H. C. of L'.--? Partial to Silk Underwear IT WAS SOME RACE Sraolin Had the Advantage of Being Minus His Coat and Shoes Washington, D.C., March Democratic House leacteri aband- oned the Idea of Only fif- teen hours' debate on the Panama exemption today, and agreed to twenty. This would bring a vote probably Saturday. Ten hours will be given U those iupporting the repeal, fJve to Democrati opposed, tour houro (or. the Republicans, one hour for Near- ly cue hundred speeches have been prepared. .peoir-inf excitement that roused' the fieighbors for blocks iround, one of .the most daring cap- lures by tht local police transpired'yesterday afternoon, when John one Of llie men Impli- cated in the.Uicfl of a Irunk fdom Uie C.I'.R: .depot on Monday night, was corralled near hlfl. home on SUlh av joue A North, by Chief Constable aitelton, nnd Detective after a thrilling chate of several blocHj. John Davis, Siaolln's companion in lawlessness, Tvho was arrested ear Her In the: Jay gave his friend away, led-the'police to Sreolin's home. hid i" to establish a hoK day the suarantees .given Kulrf a'lookout, ind as ihe-three similar-to what we are promoting m Secretary ol men r.eared the dwelling, :tbe quarry Medieine'HUt, thc.company would do all in its rover further Superintendent Cameron Think it Would be a Great Help to Farmers COMPETITIVE BUYIN "II some steps were taken by tl hoard ol trade or'ot'.i" organizalii iut Has Refused io Accept His and Asquith Hold Long Conference With Premier Marshal French and Other Leading Army Officers May Trouble in the Militia May Break Out Again at Any Moment London, March Marshal Ir John French, chief of in; Imperial eneral Staff of the British eslgned commission today. Trie Field Marshal, was one f the signatories of the memorandum Brigadier-General Hubert Cough, iving guarantees to the army offl- ere that they would not be ordered o fight the Utster Unionists, regard- d the repudiation of tlit document' the Government as a slight on limself. For this reason he resigned.! Ixmdon, March it! MB neutrally conceiltd toJuy that' 'remier Asquhh tat! rcsaEncd thu ipper hind lit i'arllunieut, the Uuv- ernrr.fcnt is by "no means altogether of tro-jLIe. It has slrH to deal the army officers hi Ireland un- Itr tUe new conditions established by .be Premier's.speech in the ttousc ot Conimoue yesterday. Hrigadlur-Gcn- eral Goujjh declares that this "Mil mean vrbolesale resignations, the NOTED SPEAKERS WILL ATTEND THE FRIDAY SMOKER ULSTER SITUATION TODAY lloherL J. McMordk'. Unionist member for Easi LeUast, ilieJ httl nl gli t. Tin.- uej it 11 v o-c! ec- tlon vltl add to Utter oxdtcfuent. Asquith mtni- orandum In Brig-vlier Genera! Gough and officers uf army In Irt- land. Afitjuitli so far fcr.s r'-iiJEe-d to ac- oej't resignations of Churchill and Ae'tuith holds long conference Churcliill an a Setly. The resignation or Marshal French vras today, Fig nations Lieut.-General and other high army officials are expected hourly. Premier Ascniith held a l conference with King George nud, a late meat in tlin HO-JFO Is ex- pected from. Mm tonight disruption of the array. The Premier's speech T.OH beck support not only of the Liberals, out Asquitli should have accepted the re- of the Irish and Lntmr members of ol Colocel Heely, for he al- I'arliamenl Ly the stand it'toofe In ways been suspected o! being the guarantee lo reaUy more Unionist Iban Liberal in tha niuiino-Js army oKEcers. In Ire- Ms sympathies I anil, Ibat ttcy might decide whether Tne B or not tliej" serve against tho Ulster Unionists. crol liuVPil iivu t.lu iiiui n >f i 11 r- i There is nlso l.o be settled the queE---. titlil Marsliall Frencli lion Ihe arror founeil will do. Ev.-ntt ivere joiril signers-with Col- Of Torrton. commander 7hc .tblns.no. t-isoluWy onel Secretary for War. of ibe of thc Third Cavalrr Brigade, In the ln letween Iho two repudiated, that intcrrieV said' Hie-.ncwspaiicr. 'was -the ycstcr- course o: an the should djy Colone, fate cf Francisco" Villa anrt ol-lhe- inient.'waB as [ollowi: his rebel ..Tlmc lhc the -cortmis-: rL'i'uiU, M-crc chjajed' in desptiate ippointed 'b.v the govenimeut; ii and General fUiuini; at'Gomcz Talaclo, a Inquire ir.lo the" eon'strueltoa ot; ,f Torrton Not for Iwo'days has an lhc National' 'Transcontlnenlal-'Rall- r-'o'mo Ir.oa'-.thc is so press have bten more rcliaWe lhan .ibc SD- stattod here. JJud, comment.jvjs aroused today liisi'atchcs, have VILLA MUST HE BUSV watless .nd. lie decamped, going remarks to Ihe Heiald lu.s i. 5ed Tne ln fn.es! roentwin he faced ,-ith lli r S t of j I SATIhFlLl) mt Krcr.ch. xot ein a courier lias penetrated lair'rou-da and the' MI do Prerate "3rch llie LieutenaiiWienwal ICivart, Ceiicral th-destrl bctwcrr. Torreon and. Chi- ttesout'h Sr Inc. aml by rugltlvo haay- the.of arc disposed to think thai eacent, Rnd'tool; Bfter Wm i-.w; (cr amy" and "navy have been nc- Chief flroi a tnpi p( ,argl, the King, or nature has1 been received News despatches from Mw'icn City, neetlnt glimoae of the a means [leers.. These newapers >ay- the of arc disnr.se. to Ihial.- thai o, lllc rtistrirt K after Mm ritt the must H "uill; tbc fetation of C'o enel Secy, with i.ca.luuartcrs in London. Hucita govcrnrapnt: war deiiartment cbmniisEloners to ralErepresent for party purposef, raihcr thaii la in-, vestigate in the.public interest, with.-. Diit regard to the serious '-'consc-'' -jueaces to the country or tiis rational undertaking, and that for lhc appointment of such commission- ers .Rud for accepting and cndofsln.q their report, Ibe government, deserves the severe censure of this Holi3C.M lion. Mr. Graiwn nrgued that seri- ous harm had been done .Canadii ihroad by the of the re- through Iho but It crtj mm a erved.to quicken KmoHns salt. the. auto was driven 33 far as vsos mn a mar_ foitniv, Chief SMlon deserted it, mi js jind adopted Suiolln'a mode of travel, dMC_ Thfn mcrcy ol Jlrlng.another, shot, which lirought nj_ raarVrt or of thc local butchers, Iho fleeioK-man to his senses tbrougn Md A- fear ot Delng shot, and hss placed company has aeree.1 'to under arrest by the Chief -Kilhoul furnfEh hog (urther atlompl-to eswpe or Kvery neighbor In. the vicinity wit- nessed the was one ol the most exciting ever seen In Lcth 1'Tldsc. DAVIS OKI'S 9 JiONTHS ohey the orders given them. The Manchester Many Liberals, loo. think Premie! pendent at Ci FOREMOST'S FIRST BABY Eight-Pound Arrived Foremost, Alia.. March vards. Mr, Canicroa statod'thal lc. "Do yoii v.-ish lo bo ti police msgistrate, or await in the cnsloily .10 bD ItitS bra court having cr.m-. manageme'Dt-would'tai Inal jurisdiction asVcd Magistrate: when the. two lrc lain wcrc'arraipicd oa a charge ol day in Menicir.e Hatj and Mr. Cam- eron assured the llorald that thci company would do llie same tiling for Mm. Marioa Edwards arc the j LcthbrMge. proud parents o; me first child boruj In speaking of the proposed change In this thriving infant town. It In an' location ol local -stock- eigbl-povmii girl, born on March 13. NOTICE halt isbTOl a He said. si .urranh (bat villi Premier Asnuith. Hlal lheir cmttnts MVC added wych WM )t i-to the worry of the. rebel officers i c.T.P. to finance Us 'under. here. liaxlni; abroad. The ex-Minister main. t., Manuel Chao, military .govwnoj r-ljialned that-the cost per STAR WITNESS Chihuahua, haunts thc military National Transcontinental la lesi KRAFCHENKO TRIAL graph opi'iaioi uayai.d night in the (nt. c.r.H.. nnd tlie capllnllzatldu PUT IN BOX o! cicn a Irngmcntary message per ,nUa loxcr tliit of from General Villa (tiling o'- the for- manr botb In' Canada and tunes ol war. SALARIED OFFICIALS ALL THE SAME LETHBRIDOE by will .yoii ihc rf n'as personally Jn favor of Ihccbangc, 1 but- that he could not tell what atti- iic on "1 don'l iiruIrrBtand, I am seated "I think thc r.ew schedule Tor- pass- trains will work out to the -Morden, Man., Mnich Wm. DycJf, supposed to' be the star -witness for the Crown in the case against Jack Krar- Tjiit in [tie witness hot at 2.39 this afternoon. satisfaction ol ?ald Mr. KILLED COMPANION IN QUARREL OVER 25 Chicago, 111., March IS Hairstrom, B negro, who conf. Maclcod, March Taking pattern of l.etlihridgc other Western cit- ics 'lint hecomc inlcsteil with (he economy hog su prevaltnt ISM. InoVs as 11 Maclcod is pic- __ CENTS paring to pare r-xptjisvs by ov-i crha-iins the calarird list of the POPE WILL APPOINT Ihe Unite.! Stales.. He arguM .thst- .Juarez, .Mexico, March 26.-The.facf clian3ing the sovernment- tliat pjl communication ceased so.SCOT ffaa ,t for .tWs after tbc allack c-n. (.un.ira l.alacio, railMV ,o the ohlect for wbWi anil thai il had been coming freely said Smo'lin. Davis slal-1 that having Wiled Kdward Denne -anJ ei that he would.consent to be thai It II In a north nmer sclifdule will go' iDlo'efi.ect on March S. surrendered himEcH to ing 0, lhc njgM .M_n dnriri; Villa's triumphant southward g.ivc rise to "misgivings in (he oi .syrojia- Ihiiers as much, if not more, than any other agency. WASHINGTON' ADVICK- Washington, C., March aG.-T' C. P. R. WILL LIKELY. MCVE STOCKYARDS; HATCH PROJECT LINING UP WELL-START SOON !.ible, 'and pleaded gnilly. He was in as'a wIlnfM ag.iinsl Davis. nnd the taltrr had l.elpwl him llie Inink. Davis later ad- mltled that "a lidlo n'd the niigislratc iiifoinird hinn that he-was, a pow' sport-. "For tc- ing a Hills lie said, address- "i far am favorable to i much more business than tho yard onlrwo ing Davis, "'.'am gcinR to_ srntcJicc ti10 changing of the C.I'.Il. slocVyarda'the present site. It 13 also available announced that at the next meet- 1y. decided today hy llie Pope to hold ing cf. the council lie woul'J.Lring in a consistory either at the end of April TKn side Ealoon In a ouarrel over !5'.cenl3 a bylaw pibvjdins for the retirement of tho bcsinring ol May, unless nn- oi all salami employees oHho town, foreseen circumstances should Intcr- iilh a view of p.rnfrally icailjusliag vene.. II that' about a tlic'slafi ar.d rrdranp; the salary list, doion cardinals will be appointed. the session lasted two nothing further o! El was originally intended, arid thai: the country and Canadian jiorti- wo'jld as a consequence suffer. Mr. Middleware." in the course ot tiie reply, ir.ainlaincd thai the O.T.I'. i R-lien coinploted, would cost more lifian double what had been Rpcnt iJd the C.P.H., and for that rea- son no reduction in freight iatea message sent from Mexico City 'be aa a result ol "Keliels onct more, ro'.ite-l and re- pulseti at i'alacio with heavy losses white trying Tor- rcon." 111013rnI croppeil up bcyontl a deci- sion lo spend 51000 in making rxtai- sioiis (o tlic water sysiem. }ou (o nine in the I'rovinclal fl.om rcsent lo that near the i In tho vlclnlly of the took comniigBloii mar- r, ami you, Smolin, fnir grounds and In lic sn new alocl Jail al hard labor I'am going to Tim Irnnk belonged to 11. Kcster, FIREMEN IN KILLED from the city 1 pensc, a fivr.cent car (are laking buy-'early this riiorniTig' in the era and others direct to the ground, bicck, al the BLAZE C.A lllc rummmk LIXIIII J' T 2t--tln. ment Iroin the stoAynrns of 13 said Ttos. 3. Alcheson, general I Mr. Atchcson was much inhprcsscd i knd NV 0( the Scores Clothing o( new scheme, and with llicV of men's va "cxi Mr. .-Althwon growlh of the Indus- heavlcae' Io3ers arc the Sar.dorson alTlr-e prop r hclnJ n-wIUl "'Mayor M' fa' in lhc ol Co., the Moore Co. ni. J230, all ol tr.e property ticms re thcf fl[ jiotjfmjrtd andivlnco In the bat year. Ho-hcarlllJ Ilolel I during Iho .._ constmcllon of the road." He estimated the total lost of tlie ltne-at upwards of and predict- ed that for the. first ten years, 11 would not earn more tlian silfliclonl lo pa" the cost of operation. Mr.. MliliHcboro wilh thc co'mmif- sioners Hint lhc cost of lhc toad been added to by the manner In which Ihe contracts had been and that in manv ways Ihe cost had bef.n conlributed to by the nnbuernessUfce is pulling Alberta on Kdmonton, Ihe firsl in hislory to he, methods of the bte Kovornraerit. Mr. Carvell confined bis nrgnments .III son-.e. Dr. Stewarl largely to the technical side o! the who drew ths Herald's at- rnalter, such aa over-cIiFsificalica. t.. ii.f fepikli, cor.siders.il TORONTO AND PORTLAND BOTH SHOWN AS AVAILABLE MARKETS FOR OUR; LIVESTOCK the rnav. Following Ibc recrnl ihip- sent Ireni (he west .to Ontario." cove ml. Alter the two men had .solved Iho L Bcbcme, and vlnco in the Isat year, convernalloii Intimntcd'commended those who liav Quartei- o( can.p tflC shipment M.I'.P loulncafl corner ol of bmbs ltMw clnlF'Ki Kami. Their en' lhc Tor- a'.out Ihe r.cst news he has heard for to SMO.noo. The a Ion? lime. "H sounds'mlghly good wilh ,n sbipinflit of from I'M-. to me'', said. monton hat.excited crmnirnt incast-j With the completion of.the stock tiiat he would recommend such n direct' and 1st-.avenue, where Ihoro was no good rcaion tho ter In hand, and wished thcnl ail suc- cess with the enterprise. sons rowing In tho MocK were res- cued by firemen. Two firemen nere killed by falling A number ot per- OIfl ctnires.' (he fcilluwing! j-ards atrartgeinenls how. under .way, Into Ibe cellar. Davis Ihen litrnstll io his priialc rlrresins room EARTHQUAKE SHOCK IN SICILY ho localcd.at Iho lair ot earlhijiiahu, by a vlo- lirspatch vv.is sent out Itcini Toronto: those know helievc .that (he "A feature o( (he Toronto livrstock refitted .will he was the ni a (he lorc-runr.cts'ot many (o walls. -They were KrnnS Vvller nnd lamlis from Aiherta. This low. provided it is found ihu" CyrK I.n Mon. BOY BANDIT DIES Wound! Received In Forty-five Mirv ute Gun Battle With Polite Ciuie of Death Terre Ind.. Moreli 25. THREE KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT water ID available, the Cite Is lent storm, caused A jnntc today nin- In a boi-car 'near ttif round house, K1 of tlcjl "nfs ol the Inliabltanln of this where, he procfrdoi tcdrcV hit per- flnl1 v-'1" sccorr.cilaio iho stock from finest of 'whom fled lo thc open coun- persons were ton wflh all tht rcgalb possible wilh- the vnst new country lo 1.0 openca up try. lhc storm It hualy. Injured, crat'danger ol courting capture on n'M' the UelhlirldgcAVoyliurn line. It was found, tlat the (iamaKe hail been swerved, led thc read, and plunged ot running loose as a avallatlo by wagon.road, and (Continued on page wlih tlio new market will ntlrait been injnrel nesl MtWllllama. fifteen years old, dierl today of wounds he received on Tuesday in a forty-fivo minute, pistol fight with the McWIIIIamt wns caushl in thd'gun new departure. They wrre nol- raits do not make (juitf v.? In the aviraSc Ontario impracticable. rliict, ll.c long journey having sornc-1 One thing the thins lii do wiffi their coartilion.' lion have clone, at. any rate, say I They sold al SS.9J. Kcrty-four hun-' stockmen, is to prove that the' -March atrivcd Bt Toronto berta markcl is no looser restricted ot rA- tnc-pollw kille.l ond three sen- fIOI1r Alberta. These were ol Kood In Alterta for witlil'ri the past month ho "as there for the pnr- wlicn mi autoraoWlo Duality prices were 19.15 ofi cars. shipmrnls ol llveciurk have been mails po" of theft. The boy, however, dc- is causing much com- Iroin I.ettfcrldgo lo both' Portland dared he was [here lo get evjn.yfith miles Tol.iel, who had refused him enpjoj" thai nobody had forty fcoufoto 8 ravine, near as it does (he recent nnd Toronto, Icaily today, I arrival of r. of cegs from .apart.