Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, SATUUDAY. MAHni 28, 1911 CENTS NUMBER 91 ESTIMATES OF THE UTILITIES First Capita! Estimates Decided in for Small Extensions WILL BUILD POWER FEEDER TO COST Westlake Gels Off With Two- Hagel Asserts He Never Was Guilly FRENCH HAS A'OT IHS RESIGNATION, JUDGE SAID HE HAD TO PERFORM HIS DUTY tho capital estimates for th PAGPT HUiircg, Max, March passed bv tbo Cil "ENERAU SIR ARTHUR. PAGET ,-Mts and two years the pcniten- Chnrarterisiie .Sketch of the Com- tiary were tl.e respective leniences manctcr of the Imperial Troops In K-atcr resulators Oil Filter.. Air fi'iter and duets Drags Slowly Along ing to Percy llajel and -John la e, found guilty by a jury oi as- sisiin'i; in the escape itoni custody of Join Kralchcnlu, tow standing trial at Mordcn un a murder charge. Tl.e application of the defence counsel for a reserve cate was refused, but appeal will be Ufcen dCFpitc this. 1 "N'otTvitfcstaii.-ling the verdict the'j'irj'i "S' lhal in -llultl fact' I am not guilty." Ho: spate i'crcy K. Hagel this morning when astcii-by Mr. Justice (Jurran if he had anythhg to say why sentence should not be passed upon him. Hagel was then rcntrneal lo" three years' imprisonme.it ani Jdia ffcsllarc lo two years. His Lordship spotc feelingly referred to the loci thai strong in LOTCJ Robeits Has Proof of the and Ewart Still Out SEELY IS NOT LIKELY TO RETAIN HIS POST FINANCE BUDGET APRIL 6 dunces for-v-Wcl, he bad the highest (personal regard had been brought to GENERAL SIR JOHN FRENCH on him in omueclirm with lea- NATURAL''GAS CO. Ottawa, Ont., March itc- [ot Hagel. He 5 1000 bate en the National Transconllccn- c cfi Wh0 (-.ail to lOOO tal liailway continiictl in tho Com- him bad not in any way affected his -150 mcns-throughout the Friday, silting own mind in-the matter tor he. 500 but little was added lo the subject nre.n inclir.ed Hi) which had been fio thoroughly dealt k .with from opposite angles by Hon He had' felt ..TAXES LAST YEAR March solution had foyi.d up lo a late'tour tfl-ay Ihc siluatiC'ii ra'JiCii by the rfsig- iiaUoi.s tii FclJ.MaisiijI Sir Jntju !i ;.lnl Grnr.Ml Sir iroNi their pusilic.r.s at Ihc IU.MJ if llic llritish army. l.Wflel. huwevir, still hur.eiiil Hat its ililVmjUir.s -.vu'-ld be bt-ifiu- it ii'.ecis the House i.u Moiiiby. tl.c'ihici u! ll.c qrnnal staff I and Ihc adjulai.t in all tulc, U is thought that Ctilnnel for-W.u, will leair- the Cab- inet. In case the jomr.men' thouhl be 3' !e In placate Ihc Field Marshal tbe Adjutant General, the tranter o Colonel Seely td some other field of jauuty prolably will satisfy the il.ibcrjl and 1-atiOr AlfMY WON'T KJCillT In the mranihnc, i'C th? urmy to e.-njitoymr-iil tlie crcicn I'.lstcr is vouched lor hy no less an authority lliun Sir l-Mward Kiih rd Kusscll. a staunch supporter! lecommends Leasing the Eck- storm Building for Period of One Year COLONEL SEELY The War Secretary, who in con- ference with the Kirn preceding the statement that Uie resignation .of the officers in Ireland was due' to understanding." and thai they would be WOMEN CALLED INTO CONFERENCE ON IT Secretary Hooker- Tell of -Big Irrigation Convention in Ca'gary ,J the in a-.ie.e.! INTERNATIONAL AFFAIR irticle in the Liverpool I'ns: toilay ________ s-.iy.s "-It is a piisiliie fact that vlen he I "The Inteiiiatior.al Irrigation -Coa- Electric Department Line Eic-ns: 'Changing feeders Trora Thir- tcer.th.' street to Ninth Etreel bridge.. Kortli I-ethbridgc street llshts.l "power 'feeder" frompow- to Street ligiitini. changes.....i cicly'and-lhus Ml that lie could not cres.5 is the or- was rcr-lied tq_by George, Kyle (Bich- hali and that he might- even A. L. Davidson was- ;n getting out in less under the.p.ir- the 'itib lail- .Conservative Eiareeinenls speaker, -for Oie system. Hc-niatie no promises, ifardlc t'h'i it.ho duy, being followed by hut urj.ed Hagel Jo tike advantage ot chuuil and Vfurgeoti, two'New opport: niiiea .biieied hini'. llrunswlL-k'-Liberals.-U'ris about FLOODS FOLLOW Tto first on FIERCE WjNTER win bo tised if j 'n.c members'ol .the Cahicrt tcp- will hol'l its also.be: taxed if.Uitre.is can b'e done. permit, and Mayor araled .today for 'the weefe-end L' the iranehiEe pa Cabinet Crisis il Monday'hiay lie Hon. KrA'ert .Ilogcr's, who iiiovert the adiouriiriicnt'.ol iast night.- ,v- 1000 During-the introduction ol .private araled today for Ihc vvKfe-end hi'lkc of'an'address mmt or them hare PI. visits to "j various parts of the-country. a the Hoard oi Tradp of-this city. v> March "The .OW I is ivorlfi something, isn't he TribiiSo's "coTresporideut co- LTCSS has befn'.i Jea4.6r-aajl; miiul4ff ...._____ ......_.J N.Y. asked the ciiy soilcitbr this morning, "tbe Cabinet. criils.coiitfuuc-i. 0I public thougtit" "ever New York, X.T., March who Inisityf.-engagea in 'a'nd the iitinieflralc outcome depends memorable meeting gf.the 'he nooda have set the valleys to find bul. OIL -Of the State and already nlucn ''The' by; tbo ga9fcoraiiany the iicriislons of Sir John French asscnililed for.'.the first timej Citv iu decla KwarL Fait jn red hills, the C.X.U F damage is reported. The warm in 'IS'lS 'amounted to S15S.5S. TUa_gird to'their resignai'iohs. If these Mr. Hooter. thai -time, these lhe..com- KCather of the last few diys hua'rnelt-''iraounls-to.an assessment oi approi-7 Street-Hallway extensions: Car barn .drainage pump.. Oil tanbs.............'. Car barn cable............ Wyo and siding at Pavilion Henderson Park........ Unloading platform Knpincerins........ Car barn office lighting fls- lures.--..-..'.. Car Uani heating.......... Povrer Building: Trco lavatories.. One elevator..... Coal uiine: Ono pany extension of thp'cp'B- ell Of tbe heavy enow which iniattly oi western lines wis.refer- ca_.ly jn lhc 350 to conunitlee on -standine a ot rain lhhol.gh MO orders. this.bill was bfioro the M al, lbfl atrcams 60 railway committee-, an .amendment, of which arc out cf officcrs persist'in retirini; leaders visioadry, lin- life, the immediate fall of the dreamers; .-Many qi that is regarded ;is iticvi'i- 'Old have lived lo'see''their Ktntishmsn, Attention! Kentish aRso government able." of carinpt he in- J50 crciscd licyoml Hie seventy inlllton portions mark where it nuw stands" wilioa'l.' mcrehanls along thb wo the consent ot parliament-. arc removing Koo.ds to ..ou Since tlie hill was re-porl'ed .to .the. Places. __'_____________'._ ____ House, it has'been called repc.rtcdly, i tr.e At iroy, me arc ot monthly meeting j Hudson Hirer has assumed flood-pro- to ,J0.hl.w in st hall i l tllc wnl" Tiains 'fondest hores realized. 1 "The men whn have lieen behirnl the ____ I'lnle.mtiaaal Irrigation'Oonintss and .RACE INJURED whose efforts have fei'ven it London. March spec- manning pusition '.vhich it-nmv occu: lavors of the Oxford anil Cambridge fies arc of that bt-lleyc SPECTATORS AT BOAT H plan1; dralleil by Commisiinnrr 1'racy arf earricd' uuiopletton. UthbriiiRe will hive a Oily Market that will rival (or popularity the market operated by the Coiibiimcr's League oi Calgary. Mr. Tracy lus coMidfrir.g the mat If r oi. locat- ing a ring into this covntry. IJiousands.ot dollars anil ietllcrs in the nexl lines has brought our inonr-y strin- gency, liceauKO our investments havo bei-u made hi .non-orodndrfy propor- VVh'cre to Get Settlers Mr. p.innls onllincrl the trend of the immigration from N'eir England Iv whicn, ne declar- ed, "was n flimiliir move in (he. locnlion of Ihn wheal hell, because'the first settlers In u, now country ivere grain miners, not March i As tliey. mined the soil. It head of Iho police 'department for the j FINE MORAL POLICEMAN Man Who Was Head .of Vice- Depart- ment Charged with Blackmail' IVan'xfort- on-the Main, Germany, ilelivery of market- purchases pCtr.tV.e- cily at nominal expense, thereby .ac- commodating Ihc citizens In gcner.il aatl adding to the usefulness and-rev- env.es of Ihc Slrcc.l -re-- commend the city lo lease Ihfs pro- perty for one with an option !or the sccrrul orf !cr !hr third the rental proposed by Jlr.: licV- stortn." FLOODS SPREAD TO ILLINOIS Chicago Ilcifhlf. .March [3 persons were' mar- became deplc-led nnd tllo bell had 10 suppression'.of was. suspended Bovcrol hundred oti charges of ;black'ma'ilin8.'In-ioor.ed in their homes here todnj; by.ii hialory in. western Canada, today. The wheat miner has jrcslfozatlons of charges fthil ne: and (lii ni-vl thing to polico had Ijcen secret the i flood, varying from two to seven. feel tly re- 'in depth, Hint a low lying DENNIS tome and gone ,do k-io.ftct the fanners. money for tlio o( .section 01 thh town, 25 'relies; south "Whore iwlll at the Board (till was. lacktoj'rally lciiaj> development, 1 "Urban development in western Ca-; -'.imoker last night i Board oi Tradft Great Britain; I oh pats Hem of bbcljmall Itcr was stagnant.