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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vol. IV. Alta.. Saturday. May Number 123. Doukhobor Bigamists are Punished Magrath May Get Another Bank One Policeman Committed Suicide DOOKHOBORS WERE TOJAIL Saskatchewan Judge Finds Guilty Bigamy i hem EASY DIVORCES Judge Scores Women in the Cases Issues a Warning Yorirton, Sask., Mar this prosecution be a warning to Rll the Doulchobors In this announced Judge Brown this morning ROBERT T. LINCOLN President of the Pullman Car Com- pany who will retire SELECT SITES FOR NEW FARMS Government Will Locate prior to passing sentence upon Popoff, Even- and convicted of bigamy at assizes, under circumstances already reported tn the Herald. he added, "any more Doukhobors "com- mit these offences and are brought 'be- fore me I will see that they get a punishment of several years' Imprison- ment." Scores Women in the Cases i ment of three dairy -inspectors under As to the women concerned in the! tne new Dairy Act passed at the-last Given Until Noon, to sign Hostilities Will be Renewed El Paso, Texas, May If Presi- dent Diaz does not announce by noon his intention of resigning, an attack on Juarez, ns well as the conclusion j of the armistice for the Chihuhua dis-. j trict is imminent. This 'was the opinion, of Insurrec- to leaders tonight after a 24-hour "wait for the answer of President. Diaz to ,the suggestion made yesterday by Francisco 1 Madero. jr., through his j peace commissioners to Judge Carba- jal, the federal envoy. A brief celebration of the battle cf Pueblo took place in the Madero camp today. General Madero present- ed General Pascal Oorzco, his com- with a silken Mexi- i can flag. Speeches were made by re- Mammoth Edition to be Published by Lon- don Times HARMSWORTH WAY Liberals Will Use Period of Adjournment for a Good' Purpose SENOR DE LA BARRA (Special to the Ottawa, On t.. May sup- i Who bec0me president of Mexico pigmentary returns on reciprocity j should President Diaz resign filed by Hon. Mr. Fielding, in An Incident in Connection Commons toda-v' great development 01 public ment in favor of the agreement de- spite the monied. caa.paign, which is being conducted against it. AH peti- 1 J AY7 an old W Newspaper Office in One of the most interested as OSTRICH FARM ATGARDNER tions received, two fsom Conserva-j the Five Demonstra- tion Farms (Special to the Edmonton, May Duncan j Marshall has announced the appoint- j ENGLISH COMMENTS bel leaders tial airs. and a band played mar- as most interesting visitors the city j tire sources comrrjend the has had for some time was j.i the j for the pact and urge thn JVJan from city.-yesterday.-in The person of Tbeo. [passing of the same. It is the iiitcn- Keilden, assistant of the j t-ion of tie Liberals to tfee London Times. He is making a hut-j time of parliamentary ON RECIPROCITY Land for That Purpose Nelson. IVfay Becker, of May 24. He is devoting himself ex- interests hostile to reciprocity makes- Hamburg, Germany, has -purchased clusively to the publicity end of the business, the writers having been through Canada some time ago get- Fuller Details of End the Fitzgerald Party IN FAR NOSTH Constable He Knew the Route j But Lost it ried trip through Canada in the in- terests'" of a special empire number his paper is issuing on Empire Day, London. May fi.-The Nation says it I tinS articles, prepared. cases, the judge pointed out that it I session of the legislature. The new is President Taft's cue to present ar-> Mr- Fieltien is interested in the city, was their duty to go on homesteads' inspectors are H. E. Pearson, of Red Deer; G-. W. Scott, oMnnisfail, with their husbands, if the latter wished them to go, and neither the ;comm'unitjy nor any o-r its leaders had the ri-gfct to prohibit them from doing) spectors and c p dairy so. f J catnimssioner, .who has also been bitrition with Britain and reciprocitybecause he. admits that the only ccn- wlth Canada, as two aspects of the! ception Lethhridge that he had, Edmonton ton, May ceived today by the Hudson's Co. from District Manager Forbes Campbell stationed" at gives details of the finding of tors Fitzgerald's lost patrol. letter is dated March 25 at-Fort j phersou, and is follows may have already had word of the loss of the patsroi will do for Canada. Almost every been engaged in ostrich farming in I which left here for Dawson kind of misrepresentation "Is being Africa and after a thorouf' the nrail. They left here on Dec. 21, promulgated in tbe hope of' defeating. Cation of East Kootenay has decided j 1910, but never got to Dawson An conditions are admirably adapt- Indian who they passed en route, got c ostrich raising. Ostrich ranch-! into touch with the patrol and to. aid in an educational The character of the financial cam- paign being waged by the it necessary for the Liberals to meet it by education in what the schedules block of land near Warctner, where he will start -an ostrich farm. has who have previously acted for the de- same thing, and the development of I and conception was shared by partment in the capacity of dairy argument has given severe pain: all to whom he talked of Lethbcidge in England, was that this city was "Ifr these wives remain in the com- proceeded His Lordship, "and thini they can get married again, they are mistaken, tor the wife who refuses to go with her ifausbarid and then-merries-again is more of punishment than the husband wboi for the purpose of deciding upon remarries." I the location of ..the nye experimental Wagyl OoffjoL'. who pleaded'- g-irWyj to be. established by the. de- sentenced to three months' im-i partn-ent of agriculture .in various prisonraent at Moosormn. He deserted; sections of "the province. There have pointed a dairy inspector. The. other two inspectors will be nis di- rection. A meeting of thve cabinet council of the province will next Tues- hls first .'Wiffe just -before child abandoned bis spouse under similar circumstances, and then re- turned to Ms first love. Alexia Popoff, who took unto him- self a second partner after the first bad declined to leave the community with him, was ordered to undergo two months at Moosomin, and Fred Even, who stated that a lawyer at Swan Kiver, -whom-he consulted, told him that he could marry- again, the Douk- hobor ceremony not. being valid, was let off "wfth month at Yorkton guard room.' This concluded the crim- been a large ntrmber, -of .applications received from various districts throughout the province for, the es- tablishment of these farms tihelr location will be decided next week- Premier Sift-on leaves, next Wednes day for the east en routs to" the cor- onation ceremonies in London, and it, has been arranged to definitely select the locations leaves. of the farms before he to our Tariff Reformers. The Saturday Review savs the proposals, but Liberals are con- dent that a strong public sentiment is sweeping over the whole country in favor of the people's movement. At a Conservative banquet in the near led 1 ers are successful in California, Ari- i party arrived here on Feb. 21 wCbi Texas and Florida. The land j news o? loss from starvation and-ex- Ward-ner has been ourchased quiet, little coal that parliament buildings tonight Mr. Bor- the C.P.R. pertal preference were safe. Canada j bas standing 'still ever, since the! den a direct public invita- city elsewhere, other countries Arrangements could -be made with- amazement- at seeing saca a large out -reproacih to Canada's loyalty, Tbe says that Cobdenisic a-ione is blamable for the. fact that .the and'busv.'city as it is. The visitor is ji roost e conversationalist- 'arid has great North American divisions are'; teresting- fund of Knowledge, especial- to join with the Federal Conserva- tives. McBride gave no definite re- sponse, and the others followed his a very m- i lead. The provincial leaders got a (FORGETS SHE OWNS BUM-DING posure of all the members of the ding district, camp about 'thirty-six fecnt night. was declared not guilty on all j of tbe 74 specific charges against him. Each specification was voted on sep- the. closest being on the i c'flarge of having punch-ased liquor in jdrug store at Devil's Lake. REV. EBENZER R05SON DEAD j Vancouver, May Ebenzer! Robson D.D.. a pioneer Metborlisi. on the Pacific coast, is dead, i POLICE OFF TO CORONATION! i Calgary, .May coronation.- ability along business lines, and it j contingent of the mounter, police will j may be safely assumed that the change will result in more business belter service. Turner Turner is the only real leave tomorrow afternoon in charge of Inspector Duffus. The horses vcre shipped this afternoon and the men j and inspectors leave Saturday "We expect that work will be commenced or. the new hotel very soon.'" (roner- Superirasnder.l Price, of the C.P.R., are growing sulend-idly. in fact, fr-hpy i stated this morning. According to estate firm in Magrath that, a'.'.vo accommodations. Tho crops in th? Magralh district cov.Idn't be better. The fall grain, in particular, is' makliig phenomenal Everything ;A bouurifui cArr.o. ihe flrsi. warm sunshine afterwards. AH .s point to a bumper crop this new b-iililings erected this week. Mr. Price, the west wing of the si-a- rion will be built simultaneously with the hotel building. There will be a great, deal of excavation and the foundation work to be and this, or at lpast a large part nf it. may j oastiy be accomplished without diffi-i being culty while the old irrigation build-j ing remains. I and with discreet legislation might be made so again. ATTEMPT UP HOTEL BUS here. Evidently they could go no? fvr> ther, Kenny's feet badjy 'froz- en. Taylor took his own life. Tea. miles further ou, about twenty-1 miles from here, they foimd t-tic spector's and Carter's bodies ter seems to have been the rtie. The bodies were in a oonilition, and the men ruu'ai suffered considerably, 5iA'Jlii< when ther turned Car-] Nelson, May attempt was f pounds Of gOur an-d eight Oentral Hotel buss made to bold .up the di-irer of the .bacon. They ate air their dogsj wrappers, etc. Corporal sey is in a hurry to get back season is getting late, so there in at Revelstqkei j while on his way to the station. The! drive-r -was confronted by four nwa, one of'whom pointed a revolver him! The tSrae T0 vrite j and ordered him to atop Che of the men to the horses' :bowever, set them in a panic snd theyj made their get. away before any jwas done. No were fired. i Ai- NO NEED OF RAIN AT BRANDON JUST YET; j Brandon, May 6. The crops here iare raakin-g favorable progress and is no immediate need of rain. JThe roolsture Is ample to draw roots I towards It and make strong healthy (plants. If rain comes within 'It will be quite in time. MAY OPEN AT MAGRATH' Mn RESISTED Magrath, May 5. J. M. general manager of the Royal Barak of Canada, was a business visitor in Magrath tbe other day, and as a re-j suit it is very likely a branch will be opened in this town. Thfrj Royal has been looking towards j grath for some time as .a i place to open up a branch, but May that in l.HOfi ,'oiin resisted with violence sprvjce of legal papers and struck former Deputy United States Marshall II. 0. -Jonas, twice on The lif-ad with tbe hull of a re- i volver was introducer! by the prose- i cution in tlif trial today in spite of of rfie ohjfCtion by I The court, ruled the evidence was ad- as showing tbe attitudfi towards officers. 'ona.s lie made service on both Mrs. .ami -John. Twenty- three witm-s-ses were put or; ibe stand Mr Aitkia us-prcssed himself .as i ine; highly pJsased with the Magrath j rfis.ta-ict and thought it had a grcat-fu. j before it. JQ regard to the es- I tablish merit of a bank here he would i say very little other than the aitua- 1-ion looked promisiDg and that "it was probable r.hftt a branch would be opened some in the future. The manager said he had not sftsti better props anywhere in the than those in the Magrath 'While in town Mr. Aitkin WAS the gueSt of sevpral prominent citizens. BIGGER EVERY MINUTE (Xew York -Bc today The naming testimony t-o show thut Diei-7, fired shots in battle. SELLS WINNIPEG HOTEL Winnipeg, .May F. Sproule. of Victoria, B. C., formarly of Winnipeg, the sold the Savoy Hotel here to Ghaa. iuerberr. Winuipeg, for ;