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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.ETiUmiDGK. AHJKRTA, TUESDAY. MAUCH 3i, 1911 K1VK CENTS Number May Now Secure Patents on Homesteads in TKree Years In: stead of Charges Land is Poor, Cattle Will be Accepted in Lieu of Breaking AMENDMENTS WILL ENCOURAGE MIXED FARMING (Special to The Herald) J May Kie'p Stack Ottawa, Out., March .Mln- Another 'important amendment ul- IsU-r of tho "Interior introduced itn- lows on land which la Variant amendments to iho Dominion not of tho higher xrade to (jualify for I .a HUB Atl veaterday. Ono clause Ihelr patents by keeping cliices the lltue for securing iiatepts pt breaking land to a certain uiiioucl jire empilons from sis [o three is present. years, and abolishes the interest first year there must Lo five tharye of o por cent. .head of caU'e, iu the.seconO j'car tcu, Howexur, the still lias.aiiil in ihe-lhud year sixteen; On pre-empted land, .the homestead or can also'Bceurfi his pat exit-by k stock tn lieu of' cultivation. the option of paying for bis pre-emp- tion (IL six years. It may lie ordained lhat every homes trader faas tUo riglit lo pre-omiu ocyt thai by iliothird year lie rausi an additional ICO acres al A cnarge oi iiai'o twenty-four head of stock, ia from per aure. The present plves fix years iu v.lilch to na.y charge and lie yays at, j ceat. law ntcad of F.lxteen.- ibis) The principal object of this auic-nd nient 1.-5 to cncournfc .mExcd fanning and cat tic-rate ing. HSTORY WAS MADE WHEN THIS SCENE WAS STACED-ASQl'ITII MAKING HIS COMPROMISE OFFER TO ULSTER IN HOUSE OF COMMONS-SIR EDWARD CARSON ON RIGHT-NOTE HIS ATTITUDE Three Hundred Tons of Rifles Said to Have Left Den- mark Today GOING TO IRELAND Vessels' Papers Morning They Had Vanished At Present Only Three Percent is Paid on Sinking Earn Five or Six Percent Making Several Thousand a Year Discussion -which in.ij-.mean Iha-he-nlurc ihe ar-jour.t earned Jivin; of Iroui two to'linee the sinkin- fond, computed at I and dollars lo the u.y this year, and bo at, a -per ,ceul. eain a.loial savins on the 3014 debenture Qn ot Jostle, ,gf 9n for tbe sinking fund 'Ihe "commissionery this rnornlug liy j would eani-at 5 per "cent, something Hardic, who pointed out be taken oft the sinking fund charges could recline total of to be paid each tluccd by that, amount each aavlng on the deben- fund on'future debenture issues lure -by llio timo H'fnatUTCd, of about could lo earn more .Interest.. on" Iho 'ibis year .vi'iil anto'unt to about it amounted to 5 ?er cent. It ia STO-piO. hast 'year arid earned purpose of the council to.inafec it tarn'y oer cent, this year. As an ex- Hiniile, the bond iasue ivliiclt Is noiv in the Lamia of Clarke Swabey, of To- ronto, nrovtdlnjj for loner InteiVlJOD; of tlie ior- iey o' Blackburn, Lord President of :bc Council, today abaudoutd ia- tention of resigning- from the Cabinet. ntiroated in the of. Lords yesterday. j The Cabinet met today- and the1; ronsest pressure "was ,brought; to j bear on not to (UfflcnUy "of giving'; up bis office. Second Reading of T.eek' o: aciieatlpual-devel- apments. In coiiuectiou 'with :th.e ster situation, the House of1- Commons started tUcv.debate on tbe second-read-, ,r ing of tlie "Home for Ireland it v.-as expected the measure' irouiii; occupy tut; House lor at least.three the FEAR OF FOH SAFETY CONSUL CUMMINGS government politj" uliicEi vvis.'i late eovernnirnt frmn to 'criticise br the :tUd inception Medicine- Hal.. Alt a.. March of (he project nntii were dc- Tlie of >fr. Asouithi was in charge of tlie Mil. was complained of by the L'nionlstn. Larkln May .Oppose Asouith March SI. It is reported- from. Dublin Hat Premier AsqnKli is !o be opposed in tile bye tilcctjon for in 1011, (o justify '.llic iliiil- Jr. I.etbbritFgc, amounting as they ilM considerably over lasl'ifi'dnlli, and in Of thr on the army lo nt.irly one-filtli o( the whole IfH-l excess of ihe figure for ttit'corres- shtckened by Ihc ficure. 'flic total Eor the month mil- poriding month'last year. ings Colonel el Secly during llic'lnst xpiaitis the Manchester Saturday night, and many be- lieve Velasco hilled him for carrying such :i communica- tion'. D.C., March In an as the Houee seldom 'has 'fieeu In the of Intense excitement me Ballcries, welted for tho concluding KtriisElc in the llonsc over Vrceidcnt lhc, whiel, Wilson's rroposril to rejieal the Tan- ama lolls eNOininiou today was press- id lo its last stand. was expected lato this' aftcrncfln. Clark Closer Debate LORD GLADSTONE MAY SUCCEED HON. LEWI'S'HARCOURT Guardian's parliamentary correspond- cnt, also lliinks ilial Kir' Ian: Hamilton will .succeed Sir. John T' ns Clikf of tbe Imperial Army Slafi, rovcnnnenl bcin.; anxious to abolish .Ihc position oi inspector of overtcjs forces now.V.cbl by-'Siri Ian. The I.ondon dJitor of Ihc Liverpool; Courier fliinks Uiat there ".-Vo" diatigos in tlie colonial oflice. "II is freely he "thai T.oril GhtJstone lias bfcn'pfipr- ed the Colonial Secretaryship; in1 "sue.-. cession HI. Hon. Leu-is' Hrir-; court." 'I ha Yorkshire Post's Lfadon .wiil-or >atriotic mollvea, mid tlinl there 'was 1liat is to" b> no breach in ihc Dcmocfatfc fo ar.otlior oHicn. "Mr. Ilarcnurt is not He arsiicd at length against tbo SAys the writer, "cither'by .the-.CaVil. President's contention, tlcclareil inat or by ppnnancnl staff pi'the that the amazing request of _the Pnr-' Kolon al ofiicc, as a .stroiiS 'man.jj; sidcnt for repeat, llki tho rcfice- of Tie lias always-shown n all to ilcfrr to'fhc. wishes oM: .He rtiscbimed any personal'lssno r.ovcrntnents of the" selt-gqvorn- Jtnrcc-n thn President and lilnitclf, ami imininlons, hr-has-opposed rnani-L 'mUdcd lhat If tho 3'rcEldcnt hirl rea- ;intcrcsls in tl.c frown colonies.. Hcf sons which aro not utterly, untenable altogcllirr tno ptorip. to tuke a nnd which competed him to mako vicwof He. IPS a stiftig dislike for O.Iarlc, the debate, disappointed those wlio expected him A.tnU attenilancc the floor and [o attack prcsM'cVll Ho dig. Ihroisg-of anxious syccltitors auch claimed any rcrsoiml tESue tbe President, declared hn1 bollcved Mr. Wilson was acliiAlcrl tbe hfghest would dfhiy judgment until the result of tlit- efforts ot the council to come to terms ivas knowrl. The conned to- iloy decided to the advice nnd resolut'ons to esiiinigi' nblfi minutes ivcre piiEocd. tills request, he had not given-them lo Iho. House. Iho President's statement I lift I to'ils 'ex- emption was "u nilaEakon economic hut, nilinfLMng dispute on that r.olnl, he-proposed ihot the exemption In decide m llr strcngt 1.0 wrilltn 15' "c "c coIiad he supplemcnled. nfon llic He contcudcil: that -llie _iuo permanent oflicials, Ycl he is. .was mistaken in view Ihu'.fond of referring to hinisoli ad a-' .excmi'tion wng rerjugrtant to iho Hay- inant, both in conversation and in jPanncetote treaty. .official minutes." Leaders on 'nolh'sidrs worked fev-' La-.irit-r bad wilfullv nisled. the Jlouip nnd and! country because the ofUitj jiarty at that-1 made it lo do Ottawans Tired of Buyinn Bottl-d Suppy Vote for Mechanical Filter _ Vranjf Oliver.salt! that ''the' road would he of great value to the! Ottawa, Ont. March West and wouhl save- mor.ey to far-'years of struggle pitawa is to have iners Iroawc, owing-to its to drink. A suhmil.- a lid Inw grades, it be pea- jiJ yesterday to profile RU .slblc to ship "wheai ovrr.'it'all (he mechanical iiHer'irasscd an ovrr- yoar Tl.erc'-.rriuld be mt- ne--whelming majority. ccKsily, once it was in'operation, to. dnuip all croj> on fhc Liverpool WESTERN CANADA niarkel as.vns rfur.c !asl POWER LISTED Ilifrehy prices from' London. .March Can- two to six cchtb Power now 3 per cent, debentures Ti.o {'fliirttmtivts; he said, hM 'now at.pear In the official list of the constantly opposed this project from its Incepiion, but it- was >ol lintil they .came' into office that "they were able lo cam- out thrir .iMipni upon Ihc scheme ly inrrtushig grades. The cxprndili-re on the roarl ha'l LCM ;us- '1'1'c toverrimnl- was 'willing to sacrifice ihis project which much for the v.-cst, il, ijy'so it c'onld dnmnsc tht Liberal parly, A. Sevigny moved' for adjournrecnl oi ,hr baliincfd. too noiv city of Mane. _ i Q- i, Hjrcourt Is io he remove from tho miniEi-rat'cn svppsriors conflilonlly eubscrliillons for which Slr Frcnch at ehief of hps s Colonial as he is not clilmal llia.rcpral b'H P.IS.S tiy ycslcrdny, hnd today risen trc-1 been, inspector of 1iis Overseos forets, and in thai capacity reviewed majority oi (tqin sixty to seventy, .miinn, nt (iroops in training at Calgary last Jur.o, NEW JUDQES FOR ONTARIO Toronto, Ontl, Siarcl COUNTIES Three county Judges were appointed ycslcr- .lay: Col. Harry Wpfil, .et-M.I1., will sirong en6ugh man for the position a ma in Nlnglon. Hay for anil A. SpolUra tor Despite" riiniors p.float during the fit fesv- HID beadquartcra qf.the R.N.VV.M.l'. will remain at Rcglrin ..Ttio Herald is In rtcciot of until. infonnatloa OltWii lo 1MB 'effecl.' It .was rumored locally yeAe diiy IhBtlhe contemplated chans where.ty Calgary would replace Ilf-flna as'headnuarters. would go "Into Immediately. v This I? not correct. .'..Nothing'is known officially at the headquarters of "K" division of the rumored change. The reason ?iven in .tho.rnnior was that Saskatchewan was to nb-ogate the agreement undcf which Iho R.N.W.M.P. had been working {or so many ing the chatigo in ;