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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 s LETHBRIPGE. ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. 1911 DON'T FAST INTERNATIONAL TRAIN ____________ _ IlXJ i X 14. ju -f i TO RUN THROUGH THIS CITY __L n ___ TO VOTE bN OTHE PLEBISCITES TOMORROW Qupliansen Plead Stole Mormon ACCOMPLICE 2 YEARS IN LETHBR1DGE JAIL Macleod, -Sex en T care m tjra piovincial pen _itentiary .it Edmonton, was the sent ence Handed out this morning to El los Christiansen and to George Hln two oatllo rustlers, bv .hinge McNeill of tug Distnot Court Cbiintiauseii was convicted on turn charges' ana Kindle on one The cattle stolen bv Christiansen were the propertv of S oJ Cald- of the who sat oil the pi'ellminai-v hearing ot the case.Hh'e Alb'eita Stake of Zlon. ol Caldwell, and BradShaw S, Jacobs .of Caldvve.l 'Htndle made ay with a heifer Mousing to.the Alberta Stake Zion Crown Prosecutor Camnbell, KC, .ppeared for the Crown, the tnal taken placejaat week Kindle and Christiansen were represented by Collii.Atacleod Hodehack an accomplice, was given two sears less one dtti in the prov at-Lethbridse He was re presented by W S Ball, ot Leth bridge y Christiansen a.nd Kindle are looK ed uoon ai the leaders of the gang and -it Is thought that thev Jiave lieen carrying 'un'thelr depredations for a. jwrlod-of Vnars 'The throe .men COMMISSIONER GRACE Who will direct the farcea at Hender- son Park on Arbor Friday .acal Service Between Leih- bndge and Great Falls to' be Replaced PROBABLY ON JUNE 1st New Service Will be from Great Falls to Calgary Over the Aiderside Branch .Fully equipped fast trains from Great Falls, Mont., to Calgary will be Instituted in the near fu tu're by the Great Northern and Canadian Pacific, if the Railway. Commission and the. Montana State Board will grant their per- mission. some time past rumors have been ahioad that CPR contem ST. t .GIRL USE GOOD LOOKS GEN. FUNSTON TO EXTEND LINES AROUND VERA CRUZ .__________. c Preparing to Resist any Attack by Federa's Who Deblroy Railway Lines CANADA NEUTRAL PLACE Chosen by Mediators as Their Meeting Fails the Point Waahmgton, D. C, May agara Fala, Ont has a. the neutral ground on which i the mediators of the United States Mexi co embroglio will hold their sessions Washington, Mav C -Orders have gone from Department to L f gOIlB 1LU1" j. MISS KATHLEEN ROBB I General Funston, it was learned to- t __1__ 1____ In OVrPIIli HIS Toronto, dni.fnai Mlsi Kath [een glrl, lb ac 'authorizing' him to extend his oimut A era Cruz as far as it is nee been ahioad that th. CPR conem [een glrl, lb ac t lt !S neces-ar5" plated making important changes to ot 'havms defrauded foronlo vas evpiamca, gnes the their operation of t-ams, but up until banks by worthless eheciues commandei Mrtuallj a free T-Iofftlfl linaUlB tO __ II. .r flf _ V f. last night the Herald was unable to find any confirmation These Chang es were hinted at by some of the ot fleials several weeks ago, in but no information was forthcoming as to ivhat part of the division would hajwere I affected roi the past two or three were v.ctimized uou by passing worthless eheci on the strength of her alleged ac (lualntance -with hank There are two charges against her and it is stated Bishop Youhg" of Letnbridge Ward Take Up Newspaper "Work ADDRESSED BY APOSTLES dais nimorb that the Great Falls train to Calgary haie been passed, around among raihva} men here, and it Is piobahle that such a train will be instituted by the fust ot lune if a through train taunot be obtained The Information was g e i eral other charges as the clerks who ___ 'eferred to pav the 'out in admit that presence ol two of the Apos ties of the before ar oi-ittoW'200, fieorge W Green was hint niglil appointed, und ,tan; inducted as the new Bishop of the I I Herald bv J McCaul, of the Board ot Railwas Commissioners, who stop- ped in the eitv for a feiv hours last night on his return from Vtrden and Shelbs, where hp conferred uith S M Ross, member of the Mon: Ainericin commandei virtuillj a free hand m dealing with the situation at Vcia Ciu? and it was said that the Vmcrican lines would at on e be ex- tended and heavj lortifications thrown up. FUDLHM. TROOPS BLOW I P RAlLVi n Generfal lunblon at 'ra Cruz re ported to the Vvar todav that he had no dciiiutc inlormalion the movements of Mexican troops and Slid he thought it prob- able that such concentration as the Mexican foii.cs had mane viab uulv for Ihe purpose at defending tne guilty David cdu and George Vi Green 'I ho occasion vas_aji auspicious one PRISONER AT MACLEOD SHOT IN ESCAPING DIED LATE YESTERDAY Macleod, Alia, May (Spc Qordl, the oriaoner, who was shot m the hip Constable Pope, ot the Mounted Police, on MoniJay, while At- tempting to wcaie from todj, here late vesterdaj afternoon from the effect of the wound The constable Is a prison ft, pending an iniMtiiation No Charlie U him He ht oni> meant to wound 'the prisoner to prevent ilia If Goroi aad1 not made the break from Hie ranks, he would alne toilax, and i free man In ten as his term w plrcd with in that time He seeing a three months' sen selling Hquoi to In dians condition was uot re as jurloufi. when he was admitted to the hospital, but weakenrd from shock and loss ot Wood he grew suddenly -worse yestordaj, and succumbed to his Injuiiaa Pope Is i Toung mall recentlv irrlied fiom Regiua succeed "'iOiJhrSi letircd which took him the border Ostlund He would statement regal d v "tbenEw' bishop as in? the posslbliiti of its being fav succeed 'R -J. Gordon orably 01 unfavorabh considered by the commission, and it is likely that the State Board will have something G W nichaids and DaMd 0-McKaj, Apostles of Salt Lake City, ad dressed tie congregation, spoke very Ughl) of the retiring Bishop as a perfect gentleman, featlcJs in the ex ccutlon of hu olhclal duties, alwajs courageous and considerate ot others, haying the welfare of the ward at heart Mr Green, it was pointed out, had the distinction of being the first Bishop to'Choose two as councilmen, and the apostles com mended him to his work in terms of highest praise was made by Mr 'McKaj to the general feeling ot aminositj and suspicion among Gentiles con- wrning the Jlormon people, and he jaie as a rtason for this misundcr- vlandllifc the fact that ihcu ideals ud principles weic not known He also pointed out that the church bad only one code of hiorals which if Ined up to, govern both tl.e men ind the women "Mi "iouug will the cit; in about a month for Sail Lake City, -nliero he will reside with his, taiiulv prrmanwitly He cxpicts to engage In newspaper tliele, as i mem- bet of the stiff of the Deseret News MYSTERY SHIP WAS THE COLUMBIAN The mvstcrj Slip, burnt In mid ocean, south of Cape Sa hie on was the Col iimblan The details ot the rescue of Dart of the crew will be found oh Page S. to say aboul Ihe mattei, for eMdence points to the fact that the Great Northern must have made plication to that body. j The Letbbridge Board of: Trade has been after: better service on this line time past, but whether this change will be considered beneficial to Lethbridge: or not is a question; is It will eliminate tiie necessity of a, ston-over for travellers to' points between here and Calgary, 'ant! riorth of Calgary from the south. Whether the new traiii will run over the Aldenlde or'the Macleod not be ascertained, view of the .fact that It is a through service, the Aldersyde line looks probable "BULL MOOSE" ON WAY HOME Para. Brazil, .May Roosevelt, accompanied by his sou Kermit, arrived here .today bri.'.the steamer Dunstan, from Ma'rinos. Two days will be spent in Para. On..May 7 the pa-tj will Mave for New York byway of Merchants Last Night Anticifjated Bequest of "Athletic Clubs i> BIG'PETITION STARTED Lethbrldge'b progressive mer- chants started the haif-holiday for-lhe summer-n ontlis question bubbling at, theiu meeting last night, and in veil sboit ordei a motion that all stores close onu afternoon 01 each week, probablv Wedntsdajs, during Inlj and Au- gust was forthcoming ind it passed unanimously Not onlv did they take the mat- ter into their own hands, and pass a motion, but a petition to this effect was started on the spot, and signed bv every one ol the thirtv merchants present The half liolida) was being sought bj the amalgamated ath- letic associations in the citv, but all that is left fo' them to do now is to obtain the signatures of the remainder of the mer- chant- The holidav will not be given when a statutory holidaj conies in the same week Twelve leading wholesale firms of the citv have signed an agrpe- mcnt to close their establish mentis on baturdav alternoons during Mav, June, Julv and August o l.nes of railioads to "Mexico City cas- the United Stat's troops, shouli advance Mexican natives nportei that the UacK of the It.ter-0ce.inic railroad was being torn up REIJE.LS STILL FltHTING 1AA1PICO Washington, Jfay Bad .er reported to the Department today that Constitutionalist FRED W DOWNER The man behind the big scheme'for beautifying Henderson Park Important Plebiscites for Voter to Deal With-Details of Ballots POLLS OFEN FROM 9 TO 8 ilan Who Has Terrorized Sel- kirk District for Years Tak- en in Tow DESPERADO WHO HAS PRICE ON HEAD Selkirk, Man Maj 6 -Die bandift of balsam Bas, who has terrorized the inhabitants oE that neighborhood on the southeast shores of I ake Win- nipeg for vearb, a notorious criminal who has hidden uom justice in rude fort like dugout and who has passed here under the name of John Dudrca, w ab and biought to Selkirk last mght by Provincial Con- stable John Slurlaugsson Dudzea has. been the terroi of the country- side for but it was only after his capture single-handed by Sturlaugsson that his real identity as a bailh wanted criminal with a price on his head was suspected and this will probably be confirmed by t> positi.c id-n'llicatlon at Winnipeg. Sturla'.gooon's story ot his arrest of this man at the door of his dug- out rcadb like a page from Coiian Dojle Satmdav this man, who urent about onl) at nmht and a'Taj s arm- ed, accused a neighbor, William Thomas, of stealing a revolver, and iftcrvvaids attempted to stab him. I Thomas cane to Selkirk, and swore Tomorrow is plebiscite div, and lout a wariant, then guided the con- cverj voter is urged to go to