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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LKTHHRIDRE. ALBERTA, FHIDAY, MARCH 27, 1911 CENTS NUMBER 99 MAP OF UNHAPPY IRELAND SHOWING POINTS MENTIONED IN THE DESPATCHES Writs Issued Against Cal- gary Insurance Compan- ies by Stockholders Calgary, Alia., Match 27.-Some o! Ihe most pniaiiMnt names in Alber- ta.arc mejilii.ucd as dcfer.danis in i.lcd in Supreme Couit by i lar c :uimlier ol the shareholders ii thc Insurance com- ji. ny 'lUe iWendaiils are as follows" (icorgc Tempest, John E. Olaii vi'lc :.nd 'Ihoiaas'A. llutfield, as in di i-iiioK. Mrs.- Alice J. c: e i.trlx for tbe cslate of the 1at_ llon..W. O...Siiniuous, (Judge.oj the Su Court) Calgary, and lorm- cily oi I.ethbridge, 10. lor as lioach, William >id c and henc cjecu- cjf tiie estate of tlie late John in-. Hie stakmcfll 01 claim, issued from tlie orticc of Loughced, Bennett nnd Mcl.ans, it is sct'out that Pro- vincial Agencies, was X THIS LirrLE CANADIAN GIRL WCULD FIGHT 1V1TH "KING" CARSON A GAINST HOME RULE Ulster Situation Unchang- Action is Cause'of 1 rouble l.oi.dos, March 37. rfsifina- tior.s of Field llariUl Sir John Kren h and Ueulenar.t-Uenoral Sir j .John S. Kwait ha'vc r.ot yet been w tMrawi! and Premier Aiquith, ai-- j tw cc deferring Irs statement. SIR CARSON MISS NORA PATTERSON Toronto. Out.. March If Sir I.elhbridKc people' remember 1 William Patterson. Just three" years Dyck if He Didn't Do the Right Thing Monica. Man.. March Dyck, driver of the automobile- which Krafchcr.ko used to make his escape from Plum Coulee after Hie and star witness for the p-jt in the bov yesterday aitereoon at 3 o'clock and will likely continue, of ttc House carsou Mid !iis Ulster volun Mil. ABQUlTil EXPLAINS -city's largMl churches. She has Spirjt. nis popular Itcture on nycK CONTIN'l'KS STORY Premier Asquith the House Hsted as a volunteer along with her ,rish me 0[ lhe mediately following the day, loth ol 'which uere atter.dcJ iy Patterson and the yommest corapieliu? mission here, he went, w -h 10 BEIfc' Vlillbrook, Ontario, Men WilUMeiglien Defends Commission Open in Old Post Office Building PLENTY OF DAIRY COWS (Special lo.l'iE Says Bor- den Made Mistake TUP lilt. .ice of the Geacral SlaB. Field Ot tho family will return to direct to of the. large i.Mltlhal Sir John ,Fieach. The prc- Toronlo untu the trouble is over. inn churches In BtWast. mier said matters in the question in- _______ _ i------ vplitd were, ol great-complexity aid dh'.culty and seemed to the govern-, nirnt require'very full considera- tion. A or provisional state- ment unsatisfactory. Rir John French "and Lieutenant Geneial Sir Joha S. Ewart, the Adjutant Ge.-.cral oi the-forces, had intimated a wish to be relieved oi tteir offices, Mr. A'sauith sild, bri'aiisc of any tiReKOp for Reducing Light Dis- coaJilion under vhich army should serve-or'should be tinployed in tbe aid ol h'Jt'having issupd mttnorahduQi to General tkouglil this Presbyter. Ont., Carmanjay, Ib.rch a.result Date on the National Transcoatinro- March ;'de- course, incumbent-upon them. Premier then added 'The 'government has conveyed to count is to Provide Renew- .'ai Fund and Taxes .dV" Jleighea, Who spoke for over cidcd to iocito a-creamery heie..' devoled'all bis attention The oid post office building has been jnc sfecch ihade by lion. George engajfd for ihe puipose, aad'is-now Qiaham, formec minister of ji., tt-aj-Si niovcd the motion being put inlo snape'to receive the machinery, which will arrive in'. two SUI'C 'whkh is now the subject-'matr ;t wceVs. tcr of discussion. Meighen in The activity along dairy farming phases ol the dispute.. has been very. inarkEd in this He. defended the- lluWius-Sta'unton commnnllr during the pist year, and commission as one which was'quite i Commissionefs Praclically De- cide to Submit Question to Plebiscite.- FOUR SITES- Mayor llardie library ii is still.pretty.thubh." whether at all, .but there is a-higgcr. interrc gallon poinl as to where it is'goia lo !-e- built. The mayor sufgesfcil "IhK "moniir that be a bylaw i raise the S5000 .needed ILK. the library with booxs, as mean vins their action was 'ho reduction from to 10 per cent, the pulse of. the, people o thc instructions his explanation being thai the profits question. If such', a" that tliey were from the utilities are not to be i_e submitted ar.d turned thu a misfortune ,to-hoth the ny -and the state. We are a-itiig their linali reply. HAS'.'UEGX JIISCONCPPTiON THE PEOPLE WILL BENEFIT Upon Entering'll.ic Council chamhe Ibis mDrnSng. liie first words that greeted the Herald leporter came from the Mayor's direction in emphat ic terms regarding tbe editorial In last niglit's .Herald, anenl tlie'rednc-- 1 tioa ot electric listt. itlllE. _ i oi the Mayor is that the Council was Justifieil .uh A as far ns Carinaugay lhc consunrnE public arc" through said, lud never been buying butter from N'cw sarsfccd with commissions named by Thc creamery will add great slim- thenisehcs so il was not to Ic tx-. directions to tire cl in the ieneral current revenue this settle, tbc question' 'is (h [or lhc to name. as ttev have been in the ther a lihrarv shuld le built. us inj to ttenl thai. for thc reasocs VOTE OS 'SJTB- there has been a misconception, a The profit that fa made in any ot' ecnufne. misconception, in regard to the departments rpmninE credited to Hut it occurred to Jhci. commiasliii that they could-jiTovliIe for ._. nr ecnurns. misconcepiion, in retain 10 ine aeiiarinieiiir, rcuinins iu crs inai iney room- piunuc iui tf n Keptcmbcr -.10, changed to he hog; ipd.ujtry L iRO.OIjO.. After the run'.e of Ag- rn'irs had liccn changed lo Northrin Fre they hcgan to sell Ho of thc MeiclianU" Firo In- company, ansl in tlie stale- imnt of .nlaim, it i.s alleged that this ivas a ''fraullulml .scheme to relip.vp tlie said I'ckr l.untl, ct al.. oi their Kurllict, the agreement with thc N'ortliern L-ndcrtt-ritcrs is spokrn commissioners in repaid thc'min- I ncr in contracts had been .let lor the Transcona shops, and ''their criticism mnncy had heen wast- 'ln view ol these misconceptions the interest anil sinking fund charges. THK FOUI1 and to of on Iho debentures. Great need ot this' arc tow fo'Ji possible loca- Iheir recurrence in tlie future, _the has been felt la tho paat, and t.ons. Tlie cilv oivn's'ithree 61 these, cd murder at thc inpk in-that fo' Deytrjiber H. was resumed .this ..jrciiis. Dvclt took up his story, at ic voint where, he Icit oil at ad- ouruKent vcstcrday, when ujcr, whom be positively, 'was litchecko, discovered Hut hV :hail ost his watch. KrafchenVo, aid, told Mm the- story he to on Ms return to Plum'Coulee', hici to tlie elkct Hist hui ake-a two paasengm, one an' -old ian, and the other younger. Kralcheoko, said DK'', toln'Mii hat "ii lie dids't do That was I lie didn't get me, some, ol his rlends His pasiw.Bet, continued emptied'two bags ol silver, int-ii jKd 'asked Dyci il 'he nrnitodf ihei lag.- -Dyck'nilused "itj wUereupoii' other "tooV i t into. one. o! DycS's overcoat pock-; ets. then lie thnv.Uie tke leinarktng too beavf-. He lit the. time..- THREAT WOKKEP. Slarch" mile and a hall BorHi ot Osborne, tls.ris'-' sender sot- oiit and" slid he' rroiilil leave Dvck there. He threateiieJ.- to break tfio spark plugs ol thV but Djck him not to the. passenger kit Ibtm ilor.e, jayinf It would be dark anywiy DjcV; got home. Krafcheoko walked on north, anil Dyck returned tot-Plum Coulee, where vas takeu in'rtarse tr a prorlr.cial constable. He admit-f. ted Idling Ihis officer a him by his' 'pass- lecauac of thft Kratchenko', lie said. CROSS-EX AMINAT10N This coBCludcd direct tion acd' Dyck' n-afi iben in ifeut wo'jld not- commit irimsielf to positive cldent Wilson.won Ihe first bnttlc of trcasmlcs some portion of hcilol and in Maclcod recently to take ovcr-the nW his fislil to repeal tho Panama Tolls other feoa and fines collected thi pollco court in Kdmc-nton, fol- Artlmr Hooker RCC- Kxcmptlon Act today, when thc House sovornnienl. Tho convention ti- lowed the cxamijlc of.Etnidrjr other of- jot ry Internitiminl irrlsaticm Asso- a vot? of 207 to to so consider a proposal mat u pouion fichln ol Ihe doparlmcnl in continues discussion on .tho rule to of Ilio Increment tu.x, now cbllr.cttu capital clly, and rteigncd Rborily at-'" U. S. to twenty hours tho delialo on by Iho province, revert to the muni- tcr bis arrival there. He-has-return- J. -S. Dcaftis. Iho Sims bill. rlpallllca. j ed lo .Maclcod. "......j Ktlreah'uienls. .A TOURAINE FOUR DAYS LATEi Xcw York, X.Y., March JAPAN'S EMPRESS ILL Widow of t-lle Emperor MuDuhilt. Suffers From Heart Trouble Tokio, Japan, March Ttvf- iger JGinprcBg llaruk of Japan Id ser-. lously 111 today at N'nmazau. a water- Ing foutliwcsl of where she resides In tho imperial WHEAT PRICES flila. Her Mojesly is suffering 'rrorn' Chicago, III., Marcii acart disease, and her condlUoYe.'iis- Krer.cil llnur la Touralnc, whose moisture- west of the Missouri Illv.' ti conitderablo alarm lo too memlwrn. days' tardiness In reaching thu put (irrancas today-liilo the prici) 3f the Imperial family. BeveraVcMrt caused ,Jaorne apprehension, was re- of wheat. The cabled were physicians left today to attend-, fat ported ilO miles ol Sandy Hook steady also counted.ill lavor.o! too Majesty. by a wireless "itespatch nl 6.30 a.m. bulls. Prices opened ;'tlie." ?imi Thc no wager Kmp.reaa is tpiiay. ahe sboald reach her last night to cent higher, and-srad- years old. Her husband, t Ilio today', rose to a IMutiuUto, died iu IHt, ;