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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta COUSIN LETHBR1DGE MAN TO BE CREATED A CARDINAL, MAY 24 by Dr. Rutherford Show Marvellous Growth of Shipped Sheep and Cattle Ust Year-Livestock Sold in South Last Year' Worth Horses Not Included' HOG SHIPMENTS THIS YEAR WILL REACH SoutiteriTviMrta raised ntarlj a? many nogs during the first thice months OI-19U as during the whole of 1913 figures, obtained bv Br Httthtrtorfl ot the agricultural branch of the department of natural icsourws o! the O. P R that during Januarj, Fehruarj aid March ot the present the southern portion ol this 'Uthbridge a, (he centre, shipped for slaughter 1913, comprised the total. STIRLING MAKE'S RPCOKD TJie most remarkable showing is made bj Stirling Although there Biai been a few hogs railed m the Stirling district uurmg I9i3, no ue recorded by the C P K......1 for the first three moni hs province, with hogs, in MIC this "it no less than 1640 hogi were despatelied, the highest number re- corded "tor anv one point m the list with (he exception of ulcan, where hogs were shipped to market The ngureb m the follon ing list rep- risal t OBlj what Mas actually loaded on the cars, and docs not include the number sold for local consume lion SHEEP SHIPMENTS HEtVY 'nurmit Hid this district shipped sheep and cattle to market, the approximate value of the entire Inc btotk shipments for last iear shipments obtained bj Br Rutherford tor the Board of Trade Cattle FORMER GOVERNOR GENERAL OF CANADA DIED ON SATURDAY Moit Rev. L. N. BEGIN Arehbiihop of will Wording of Plebscite Notice Does Nbt Pltase-Ratepay- ers or Electors? CLAIM TENANTS ARE LEFT OUT OF VOTE To the 01 Lfthliridge Hi the publicity committee of the Street Men', Union wish to draw atUiition to the way .the Cm of Lethbndge plebiscite which an peared in the Daili Herald of Maj 2nd ii norded It slates that "the votes of the con- Delegates from Huerta, Carfanza and U. S. May Meet Tribunal Today-Carranza Stands Aloof on U. S.-Huerta Negotiat- Rebel Armistice as With Meeting to be Held Tomorrow DUKE OF ARGYLE Born 1845 died Saturday, May 2, 1914 Lethbndge Station Sheep T-TnoH Po t IK! t mnt 'Swine Cowley Pincter 161 855 102 46 19 Monarch Lethbtfdge labet i OraMv Lake i Bow-'IsIand Seven Persons _ JHiglTRnre rajflrtr Xatitoil Bafou Catmangny Ensign Mazeppa shrlinj Dayton Warner Milk Uiver Coutts Raymond Masrath Spring Coulee Woolford. j Cardston Brocket Nobleford Brant- Totals lit 249 .887 1V386 .31 _ .1 Ml 185 i, w 29 557 101 60 588 621 H 45 70 241 >S2 Z 3S -9 5 V 27 123 3 24 74 29 ,208 467 490 20 814 200 4 01 2 1 4 f 1 J07 218 200 952 205 Head Cars 1913 34 899 16 14 760 12 48 my _ _ 902 1..H2 Arehbiihop of who will mll Ue taken." ,.c be Cardinal Begin Mr Begin of this (im K A plebiscite is a city IE hit cousin Uote univtrsml suffrage, aMHhcre- __ _ fore not confined to the ratepayers as I this section of plebiscite notice would lead, According to" the city charter, this qwstio- be_SPltlpil by the elec tors and shouluf read "the votes of the electors will be taken." We draw attention to this mistake because it is misleading and will prevent many j of the tenant, voters from voting wnu I would voted had this section Seventy b- on of New Faces Governor-Genera! of Canada 1878 to 1883 from WILL NOT CALL SCHEPPS tonal of May 1st, states that there. are. on lj two choices, either the expenses ol operation must ne reduced, and. the traffic increased, or put the cars in the -barn. this is uhtrue, as is no Meeting in Indianapolis Toda} Will Decide Whether to Call it '300- 13 225 34 27 184 9 1 361-, r.oeo 311 Ij640 76.1 843 ISO 140 140 33 20 388 29s 360 .15 New orV, May 4. jj- For the second trial-of Chat Becker, ;torni- er police lieu- tenant, on a charge of hav- ing "instigated the murder of i Herman Ros- enthal, Dis- trict Attor- ney Chas. H. Whitman 'will CLEAR DECKS 10 LAI HUERTA INSISTS HE WILL NOT RESIGN PRESIDENCY Washington Mav -1 Mexican' But with these two dangers averted situation in' all' its aspects was for the present-warfare and a pos- again before the South American me- sible catastrophe at Mexico diators when they resumed their ses- mediators were determined to go sions at the Argentine legation. They; steadily forward in shaping the pro- planiied as their first move to ccdure for their meeting with tha EO to the State Department delegates from the three parties, 6 The sessions continued to he most formal, no vole having been taken to this time and all decisions! the for a reply to their request inr appointment of a delegate from the United States, ith his name, if the up appointment had b on. The Huerta delegate, it was be- lieved, would be cither Joaquin -D. Csasus, now on his way here from Carlsbad or Zamacona E. Inclan, for- mer Mexican financial advisor at London, and the Caitahza delegate, probably Rafael Xubarah, now here. It was learned from an authorita- agreement. tive source that Carranza -had sent m T-> c T I D r RETALIATORY MEASURE Mcgiam to the mediators enquiring as lo then requirement iol the appointment of a Carranza dele- gate, the extent ol his functions and whether this would be limited to the controversy between the tinikd States and Huerta In. which Carranza has no signs of negotiations Meantime the mediators are chiefly concerned in not having any un- toward warfare by advance posts-.and skirmishers to cause complications: in the negotiations Besides the actual steps they e taken they view their largest work thus far as being a sus- pension of a condition of; war', and time has thus been given to consider suggestion of putting the cars in. the This statement was evidentl made witti1 the intention of mislead the possibility of finding some mld- ing the electors inio the idea that i -wkingfthat a general strike reached They :y unanimous began late this iorning, their yesterday session 'g closed at nearly one a.'m- today. In circles close to the "Huerta rep- resentatives the news of flat refusal to agree to an armistice was not taken as final. It was pointed out that it would have Seen surpris- ing the Constitutionalists had ac- cepted the armistice on the eve of getting possession 01 Saltillo Onos in possession of strong- hold the attitude of the Constitution- alists toward the armistice modified. General Huerta's reported utterance 'that he will never resigjite; not taken seriously m Hucrtista cir- cles hire He is said to be sincerely desirous of bringing the "whole con- troversy to an end. The mediating envoys -reached the State Department and went into con- ference with Secretary' Bryan" shortly before noon. Secretary Brj an said that some nouncement might be made later. Huerta Appoint! Dclegitet Washington, D.C., May 4. al Huerta has informed the media- tors that Demllo Rabiasa, a Mexican: Jurist, and Augustine Garra Gallnda, under Secretan of Justice, have been selected as delegates to confer "with thp mediators, and that a third name nill be submitted tomorrow There are also a number of people under' ihc impression that this change in the cars will not effect the north side We would point out that the notice makes no provision'for.a two man car on the north side, and "we Rome May 4 The Giornal 4' Italia comments today on what it characterizes as the "insufficient" an- Whitman win 'swer of Secretari Bryan in the mat- call sevcnt, witnesses The trial will should this change take place, tet o[ of Italians in the Wednesday, new laces it the commissioners intend to cut tho Colorad0 strike zone. The he in new tacus ii> me ,m, tiiu will be seen m the witness conductors oil the entire system... Wo ''.chair aid witnesses, promi- remain ._ 11ncnt in the first trial will not ap- Duncan McNabb, Pres. 32 pcar. D. Gardiner, Sec. 161 As at the first trial, the State's 11 611. 339 HUNDRED Ecclet DEAD RECOVERED Mine Tragedy Work steadily On Goes ililwillkll Illlklllllll ATTACKS ART TREASURE PICTURE OF HINRY JAMES, THE case will be made aiound the story of Jack Rose, which will be corrob- orated by "Bridgio" Webber and Harry Vallon. The other member, of the quartette, made famous in the previous trial, is Sam Schepps, -but the ruling of the court of appeal in granting Becker a new trial discredi the gaUenen hampered IB ,ln. _ ...i _ j. t ,--1 romoilus bodlps from mine No. 5 of Tominglriar.....'.the Collieries'Co today Ihe sensational leature oi the first but iy noon on- hundred dead had Beoker trial, loo, will be missing been brought to the tos ot the shaft Ihe death in the electric chair at Other Mctims of last Tuesdays IIWFORJSSIPF BOTH SIDES GETTING SQUARED AWAY OTHER TO COME ESTIMATES FIRST WILL BE VOTED ON AS SOON AS BYLAWS CAN BE PRE PARED Eccles, W SHORT NAVAL DEBATE Ottawa, Out., May. air in "'ll the work strike zone. The p.aper referenLB to the "massacre ot Itihans in and demands satisfaction from the American gov- ernment whose lacs of precautions, it'says, caused the cinilict. New 'Vork picket- ing b> crepe slew ed men and women who hold John D. Rockefeller and Inhii D Rockefeller, jr., responsible utwiwii, vjni., t for conditions in the Colorado mine tation in parliamentary 'circles is. the issue and sale of ,.e city s war WT continued today in front, of that the debate-on the-C.N.R. pro- debenture issue of some and CITY BORROWS Ail the decks are now, .cleared for Oil tnc Biair.iiuu uu. here and posals will not commence in Com- outsidc the-gates of the Rockefeller mons before Thursday next, while it Sing Sin" nn NOVELUT, SLASHED CLEAVER MRS.WOOD PERPETRATOR RECEPTION'AT 3-30 P. M. London Mm i-me m Commander Evans, arrived on Henri the novelist, hy John the 1.40 train, was Sinrar Warrant the D'.atform by Mayor. .Harille, CommlB- Singer in repreaentlng U. Ul.u D flf Inlllflc portrait ol MET AT BY 8ODY OF REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS JInnday nlosion were in sight, and. rescuers ol the four gunmen 'conMcted of the the mine cleared of dead actual murder of Rosenthal removed hv tomorrow Many funerals took them, from tho -scene and prevented a place today. repetition of the drama enacted when :hey were led into the courtroom -to ie identified by witnesses as the niur- lerers. New YqrVN.Y., May For the defence, Martin T. Manton persists UO -UI1I IrUlll tlllL, >lua 1C- in a policy of silence as to his plans: There is some doubt as to j from Hedcllff on Saturday It is said, however, that Beckor is whether the merchants In tho j an man' was found anxious to take the Bland in his own i rchalf ,and that Manton may permit to do so. in n iii ruined the city, and 'ot ladles, ionioon'is" ViitlragettL who gave consisting oC ilrs. her name as Mrs Wood i Wertcy. Mrs. ;Carr and Cnrrving .1 butcher s cleaver under dlth, the Daughters and a cloak. Mrs Wpod approached the Maids ot England Mr. J D. H Kin- TOlnthm in a casual manner, and botham represented Jhe school hUe the attendant was ,n another Board. Amongi't part ol the loom, slashed the picture Judge Elton Dr. __..i.i :..-Stewart, M.P.P.; the fteyi.. Canon Mc- Milieu, Canon'; Murreil-Wrlgnt, Cob repeatedly be-fore nysiandcrb could in accompanied by a biedieii. and Messrs, attempted lo impede thost A. J. n- C n Bowman restrained her Iho crowd gavn hinf a heating When ihe police poared Mrs Wood lus turned over to them Wood was loughlj handled by the crowd before the police took her In rustodv !__ The council of tho Aciuesiy this afternoon to decide need he tnken. President Marnoch of .he Board ot Trade, Secretir Ha> ind i. Kpel .ItatrddMcUons took place and amidst cheers Commander' Evans wan driven to tho Alexandra Hotel Fiom thence he will 3.30 this afternoon )rv -t gimid of honor com church, where-1 ho address lh? school1 children. CAILLAUX TIRES INTO THE AIR IN 'DUEL WITH D'ALLIERES ParlS, Vlny 4 CaKlaux, .ox- ot .finance.? aud Fornand d1- at Hills The younger Rockefeller did coine to his office today. Jtis possible it may- until not ..following week. The. amended resolution will ATTEND THIS MEETING UNKNOWN TRAMP LOST HIS LIFE Medicine May the pusher engine, which helped No. up hill from Medicine Hat, was re- city will close their doors on "Arbor Day, May 8, In spito ot the fact that the Mayor is m 10 Ut> HU. V tile HIUL LIIUI. lllc Jllnjwt It is expected that Several authorized by tho council t will be occupied in securing a jury. The trial will probably occupy three weeks or a month. FIRE WIPES OUT ALASKAN Fairbanks, Alaska, Hay 4. declare a civic holiday. Clly, in the Idltarod district, most wiped but hy fire ynalnrdny, ac- cording to a Wireless advice receiv.ed today. Twenty buildings wore de- stroyed, including the Arctic Brother- hood clubhouse. ;Kvery merchartt In the city is cal'ietl'to a meeting tomor- row night at the Board ot "Trade rooma where the iasuo ff ivili be decided. T.he request tor a full turn-out is very ur- "gent, as. the feeling of thoso who are present will probably iio taken us a guide on the set- idead 'at the of Redcllft sta- tion. Although apparently killed by a train, there was no evidence as to when or how- the- accident occurred. He wiis either trespassing or riding the rods. tlement of the question. A the bylaws will be put up to the burgesses as soon as they can he pre- Thei'r preparation was held up by. amenueu rcsoiuiiou the fact that arrears in the pajinent quire 48 hours' notice, but apart.froiri of sinking fund and interest charges that, other information ask-j were top great, but the mayor suc- ed for will not be'ready for. two or: ceeded on Saturday in .obtaining a three days. It has been from the.Bank, of Montreal on that the general railway estimates j the 1914 taxes, oi for the department'of railways in- sufficient to make the issue of deben- cluding the N. T. R. and I. C. .R, I tur'es valid. votes will be taken lip on Tuesday j The city council ,is_Jnt and will probably occupy a couple, of numerous letters from bond liquses days. It is likely that three or four offering agreements similar to the days will be devoted to the discus- one made a few weeks ago with, the sion of militia estimates when they Dominion Securities' Corporation are brought up for discussior, white the W. A. MacKenzie company who n short naval debate, is 'anticipated were appointed fiscal agents, for the on the CEamattis of.the iiuvai braacH. but the oilers.are. not being con- The general belief now prevails that sidered as the1 commissioners bclieys: the House vlll not prorogue hayo ,a: .perfectly satisfactory well on in. June. BRITISH; MEMBER. OF PARLIAMENT DROPS DEAD WHILE VISiTINQ CANADA Toronto, Out.., Rev. Sylves- OLNEY GOVERNOR OF FEDERAL RESERVE. BOARD Washington, B.C., Hay 4-Presi- a dent AVllson has selfcited Ol- Comnlons for dropped dead ney, former'secretary of State m tne.ou steamer corona.'between; Ni- agara and Toronto.; His wife, was with him. lie waa; going to deliver address to the Canadian Brother- liood. agrecmcnt with these "two houses. Offers have also been- received... re- garding of the sinking fund to' bring in more than 3 pet cent, interest. Cleveland administration, to bo gov crnor of'the 'fecleriil and Paul Warburg of New Yor! ;t ir.cmbcr ot.tho board. to be NEW TWO MILLION I )LLAK ST AT TORONTO CONGRESS WILL .PASS IMPORTANT MEASURES DC May a conference wlth'-tlie President .today, Majorltj Loader Underwood announi- ed that mi agreembnt had been rcneh riuMnur: wuu j'uiiintiu v, uu tiuib 4.11 Allllerei, M Calllaux'a opponent In ed to put tlncnleh the Clavwn Omni Ihe recent elMtlon lo the French bin Antl irujt blrt Iho Covlngton In ter-ntatc Trade bill and of fought a hlood- duel today with piiloln. M. nni twice at advenary hut fonnit iti mark. lir a to regulnte tho Imuanoe ot stsick iiorurltlol well us n Rurnl M. 1 Credits measure., before Congretg ad Jounn. RAIN INTERFERED WITH "GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY CROWDS "Go-to-Church was not an 01 helming suctiess, due alto- getiicr to the state ot the weather, WIFE DIED UNDER STRAIN 'but- in "spile ol the cold drizzle most Winnipeg Man, Mav 4-From the 'of thc churches recorded the usual effects or the terrible strain of the congregations. One minister made the pist months, Mrs Tohn H But lhat thc ram ton, common law wife ol tilt, star wit ness in the Hagel Westiake case died it tho Victoria hospital here on Sat BUXTON'S COMMON LAW urdr.y night. DEFECTIVE WIRING CAUSE ST LOUIS FIRE St Ixmls, Mo May fire that destroyed the, Missouri Athletic club hero on March.-9, loas'of Ithlity lives, wai due to d'ifMtlve el ,.._ thc people so thankful that !jf wou'd have turned out in spite thc disagreeable part of it, that evidently, they did not realize' the great amount of good it was doiiigj aud v-'hat a blcssjng it was to the j'cctrlc Tvirlnff, 'according ti a Teport The picture gives a good Idea how the aintlon will Icok when cbmpleted plans been passed i submitted to tho chief o, detectlvo bj the IXimlnion HalUaj Commiwlon The Iwaid of experts under whose supervUion Uie plans woro drawn St Louis today to of it will DO the best and moat conveniently arranftd railway dtjwt on continent. Ws BROKERS GO UNDER LIABILITIES Philadelphia, Pa, Mav fail- ure ot Gramp, Mitchell fe Co, ers and brokers, WHS annoum-ed, ott" tho Philadelphia Stoclt to- iliv. will liabilities exceeding 000, ;