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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDOE. AISERTA. MONDAY, MAY 11, NUMBER 127 WjifeKShallDeddeValid. ity of Marnages-Case of Interest Mi COUNCIL TO RULE SHALL IT BE PEACE OR WAR-TO BE DECIDED IN CANADA London, May 11 -Hie Quebec case flherc the of Despatie 1'rembU) concern torg wm thell conferences Iiut the annulment 'of marriage be three ABC mediators, wi.l meet Bnan today tJUn couusms oV the fourth degree at Nlagarr Palls, Ont, next Monday Umt A8S5ciaie Justice loseph Riicker who married vulhout episcopal dis- to adjudicate ft. dispute between the Lamar of the United States Supreme ,1 colnued'today before United States Me.co On the. To Jhe PI.VV Council The Lord Chin- left Romulo S Naon ot Argentina celloi a'iked Mrf St in the centre, Dommico de upheld the nullity, many questions Brazil on tlw right is Eduardo Saur concerning the old French law in Kt MUca ot Chili The smaller picture on the leit. cellor asked Mr St Gcrmame, vho that it would have been absurd and repugnant to compel tho protestant cuurchci whirh nerc recognized to haie jurisdiction, tb determine the of their own marriages Pro- testant miuktm, as well as Roman j Catholic priests, were authorized to keep registers, he said Lord Moulton "We have to deter- jn ne if the old law survived the ses- sion 1 he constitutional change scans jievcr to have been formulated at all Lord Haliiane dealing with the and provision, cftid article. 137 bore two possible constructions It eilhci pi-rnetiwted the old impedi- ments or else It said that such old impediments were not to be treated as tad in "-ml law but as purcl) spe- cial impedrnieuti Mr St Germame submitted that if such' impediments .were purely spir- PnlJR w ollld lm B alid had been selected b> President M il son to nreient his Uews before tlie mediators at-Niagara'Falls The Huerta envoys are now. en iuu IB to'Canada OF THE TMfEO LIGHT Mediator Dagama Mentions the X. Finlay, Matter to Wilson in Guard- ed Manner HUERTA'S ACTION ON WEST COAST SIMILAR First Minister of Agriculture is Deed "tfiy 11 "ft. D- fe's sister, specialh proud ma J vulgtin. before the Uttcr's depoi cd thai u clergrraan who refusal to lure lor t0 participate celebrate such mirr.ages should not ]the to America's Vera te proceeded ajauist When velme >IQ announcement the pnsiifiV'oF'a (hiirch to deal vuth ne insert a laving clause to save religious susceptibilities, but ve always maintain the recognition enu- s o' ''he results thls conference but from -in autnori souicc it stated that among oilier things considered, Am uassadoi Digami took up with tho President a inotc t from llucrta's i. i.iv.1. r-.__ riage was referred to the bishop and j this action as not altogether Carson Shows His Hand In Grimsby Fight Edvvard Canon lent a typewritten let. ter to every Grlmsby elector1 ap- pealing to them to support the UHter at tomorrow's polls. T. P. O'Connor, speaking for the Liberal candidate, said there had been nothing like the.Ulster movement day. "There not a Tory .drawing room In London where sedition had not been whispered Jnto offi- j "La- her. candidates are now definitely committed to a contest in North- ess' DerhvBhlre Tht'splitv be- tweehfthe local Liberal and'La- bor forces has caused consider- able mortification on both sides, and the contest between the two sections will be bitter aS result oler ,ovcral regar( is a oler ,ovcral the mil coml jsould atterwaicJs con- 1 ,use m ucxv of the arnusta, even K, rum the church''! action" though it vas intended rncick as i "p Lord Haldane sajd that there seem. I and not us an ars amcmbu of Sie M to be Hate authority before of the code was framed Somc offleials took the 1910 After further argument the Lord ,lew that the order issued M Huerla l flit of Somc goicrnmcn, oeias oo After further argument the Lord ,lew that the order issued M Huerla l Chancellor asked both sides to fur- ]aBt (o shut light nish the cc mcil poss.ble author- on th, might be Itlts on Jhj subject It would not as v v.olation ol the arm be permissible, he said, for tho opm- 1Btlce 1IusmuUi as, it opciates as a Ions of the commissioners who fram- given, but the in 1882. when he became financial hindrance lo shipping anil the-move- ment of American-warships-in Mexi- can waters The selection of Justice Lamar and LIIV n. tuna.... nvu.H fofmef Solicitor General Lahmann to be lalfn to formulate ji judgment in represmt tlie bulled fctntes in 'mediation conference at House un Uberta's ture Born m Lisbum, Countj ____ Ireland, 1851 he came- to Can ada in 1878, liung in "Montreal and Toronto before coming to Winnipeg Will be the First Lady in Canada After September -_, council wab anxious to be full) in- formed of nh.it the ian was prior io the code A considerable Urn- would this case, concluded, Ills Lordship Lord 'Moulton Ilaldane's reqi. fi.niisli_all the.. was" a "case, which.-.could no.t he cidcd without great care irmuiaie a jungmcni in represmt tlie bulled fetntes in the Lordship. I mediation coiilcrence at Niagara n in supporting Lord been icceived wltn great .eat for both sides to satisfaction, it was said by the sir authorities said it Sollth American envoys AIR FIGHTING SUCCESS Big in -right' Againit the Moors Fez, Morocco, May a French military aviator, was one ot the principal factors .-In jester- days of the Flench troops ov er tlie "VToors at which give the Frencli poinmand of the eastern approaches to F The airman directed tlie file of thr- French 'artillery, and also dropped bombs into the Mows' position Tho latter..fled. manager for Short and Davis, lum- bermen, establishing yards in 'the west. He started in tile lumber busi- ness in Medicine Hat in' 1883 and til! his health' failed. He. amassed considerable wealth. leaves a widow, two sons anil .three daughters. 'There is nothing to Indicate a crisis in said Senator CONTEMPT SENTENCE Shivcly, of the foreign relations com-. SET ASIDE mittee aiicia' .brief 'conference with Secretary Senator Stone, and othtr Labot. clniroian of the foreign relations f on Cojnt committee, also conferred at, icngth _____ with He said upon leaving the department, that he had Washington, D.C., May discussed entirely personal mat contempt sentence imposed by tho ter i, District Suiireme .Court upon Samuel Gompers. John Mitchell and Frank HON. WM PUGSLEY'S WIFE DEAD labor leaders, were set St John NB Viav 11-Tlie deatn nsU- todaj b> the Supreme Court Mrs Fannte 1 w'lte ol Hon Wm for the second time as barred I'UKslej KC DCL MP, former statute ot limitations Tustice Hoimes, minister of Public Works of Canada, In beginning the opinion said that occuriod this morning at her borne, 17 coiitcinpts not to be treated as Chlpman Hill, after an lllnoss of conspiracies a point urged upon the several months I ot ths labor leaders Cut Wonns Not in Evidence As Yet s Mr. Stritkland Asks Farmers to Co-operat- With Him NOTED LIVESTOCK MAN IS DEAD Toronto, bnt., May Harris, -founder of-ihe Harris abat- toir, and one of the best known live- stock men in Canada, died here today, l aged sixty-eight. So far as Mr Strickland, the Do rninion. entomologist, has .been able to determine, there are no cutworms at work this yet. His report is ten giatifrlnB, and it is thr opin ion that thh He especially ..requests through the !lle'ralil, Dial.any.-1 farmer .knowing of ff of the fact ,t once, so that he may hr rc-idy to use what picventat.ve residence of hi. he neir.ie the growth is rather on Fraallln strest a DEATH FROM FOUL PLAY Quebec, Mpy death when Leonldas St H.RH. PRINCESS ALICE NORDICA' DEAD Greateit American Soprano Sue. cumbs to Pneumonia Batavia, May body ol Madame Lillian Nordica, the Am- erican singer, who died here from pneumonia last nig'it, is to be sent to the.-tJhited'.Statys. It will leave here on Mas enclosed m a Chinese Madamei-.Novdica. at the Majestic Theatre here two >ears '_____ So Says C. A. Magrath Whi Thinks We Overlook Our Opportunities MR. MAGRATH''HERE ON PR1VATEBUSINESS LOGnSltANIlIf of eighteen month from the cits and district C A MJ grath is perfectly satisfied tha Southern U'-erta is destined to hav phei omcnal luture Speaking to th Herald this morning Mr Magrat jconvcied an encouraging thought re- garding he present status of this in lind empire The outstanding impres sion he lus gained on his Hilt though it has come to mam m th pas pointed out hv Air M grath with greater -force. than; eve this morning. I am particularly truck th vastncss of the productive capacit of this country." said lie. "One ma stand on the roof of any high' build nit m the cilj mil his horiron to ___ in a stretch of land that cannot b AIT PIFADFD CUILTYieoua''e'1 FREIGHT COLLIDES WITH TIE ON SOUTH' LIME HOBOS-GATHERED IN Minister of the Interior Abolishes Interest on Pre-emptions TO FAB What had every ear-mark of beins an attempt to 'wreck one of the south- amis of acres of virgin soil, readv for the that would take some of the older provinces ten years to bring to its stage .of development. Down east tlie pioneers had to clear (Special to Otlawa, May Roche, Minister of the Interior, igreed thu, moinmg to abolish he interest on homestead pro- impiions entirely. This action was taken as the direct result of Hie strong case jut up by W.'A. Buchanan, M.P. 'or the Medicine Hat during the debate on the amendments to the Dominion Lands Act. The action of the Minister will prove a great boon to thous- ands of homesteaders in the west, where the issue is a live one, and Will also be an impetus to greater immigration- MORNING- SESSIONS START Ottawa, May sittings of the'house started today; now on rapid progress will with the sessional Predict tions are being that the house will Rind up by the end of the first week m June How- ever, that depends upon conten- tious -the Canadian railway and redistribution to be Some government legislation will have to be neld our it tbe house closes thaD lr N R RESOLUTION ON .WEDNESDAY It -na-s officially announced today tV Canadian Northern tailivay resolution mil be moved on WedBes- dij ,Blue books containing much lot, the information m legard to the Can- adian Northern railway's financial standing were- distributed this morn- ing and that ivili leave two dajs tor the members to stud) these doou ments before, the debate opens The b 1' i ot.ng the Prudential Llf 'nsurjnce Companv of Manitoba Has put through the committee stage and J third reading without further amendment. Ho'u.-J. D. Reid's bill-to amend tha bound C. P.-II. trains at first sight, orurusli "ami "timber, but which, upon investigation, looked j it was OIlly a 1OI1K period !ike-a hobo's method of stop- i of persistent toil that they could "Jide-door, train of Pullman turn the soil over for the .seed. But here "we have soil just as rich wait- sleepers, -was discovered near Wilson [oj. hand ,'A11 Siding on Saturday, shortly after tho cpmes from.the ground- and Coutts and Cardston trains had made hero in Southern Alberta we have un- their meet at Wilson, a freight train told millions awaiting our claim. All collided head-on with a heavy that is needed is the utilization of which had been 'deliberately placed what we have. It's a fine country, across the track. WJiether the ar- antt the evidences of capacity for pro- rival of tho train-was anticipates by' iluction on every makes me the travellers 'of. the. dusty highway entirely satisfied with .it" or not, is unknown, but the obstruc-i. Mr. Magratb.came; west on. private tion was laid.between the forty inln-' utes' interval between the passenger and the freight, and five hobos were Countess Aberdeen Again President of Council of Women business, and for a sliorli rest. gathered in shortly after tile report HAYNES' CONFESSION IMPLICATES WIDOW OF MURDERED MAN Sydney, N Mai the was made. All were arraigned before Inspector Lindsay at the Barracks this morn- ing, and four pleaded guilty to chare- es of being loose and disorderly per- strength of the confession made by sons with no visible means of si.b- frank Hnynes pieuouj to hs exe blitence The fifth was included in cution, Mrs Vtkinson widow of the tho same class by.Inspector Uiidsay, murdered imn and Tohn Donalds in and all- were remanded until Wednes-, insurance agent arc both in the day for sentence. They .had-all board- comity jail uniting pielimiuary hear ed tho freight' train at Wilson, hut ing on the charge ol being accom claimed they knew nothing of the tic. piiccs in the 1 llllns of Atkinson Custom's Act, was also reported and Continued on Page 2) ie o cre.ture done his wont ,n Sou advanced to any extent He Is yerv fiaotu.e of the -wblch the a Vlberta, although Mr Striok to stamp out this pest, and 01 mroed to have been iiinictou of HiR H Prine, is 10 optimistic that he must hsve the co opcwlioniof every a strong piece of mctii J i IP Canada'. Oovtrnor. WQJia te ifi.rnliH.J to hwr ol (aimri fthosc Jnjid. in ot- coroner'. Inciue.t will Uke thl. I Mn ptjr.nce. Idcr that all may be protected, Clever Swindlers Foiled; Are Jailed Took Dime Novel Method of Extorting Money Cnlsarv May 11.-Two self- shipped to his brother M Daues the 1 i 't i'hn rvnirai ivtcc delcctivcs hid him perspiring freely alleged officials .of the Ccnual nctcc- jn aUcmpts to raise the ne tivc T. F. Noakcs or to relieve the situation Calgary oilice and 1'. J- Brown of and savB himself from unpleasant the Winnipeg agency, together with consequences only to he foiled by W. Davicsj a Winnipeg .man, are. Town Constable Kogcts He actually under' arrest at charged raised when taking the advice with attempting to extort of to he put from 0. Williams, a highly re- Town Constable Rogers on the trail snectcd Slrathmorc resident; by a Rogers cornered the detectives in cleverly contrived'and'boldly cxecut-: their hotel and demanded their pap id btratinein that Ind a strong (la eis No credentials being lorUuom 01 the litest dime novels he took them to the lockup to Working on llio susceptibilities of gcther with the humbled ledger keep Wlllians by making him believe he er and the case ulll be called bctote was suspected of being concerned in local magistrates this morning bo i misappropriating. Uom the stroni; the trrling against Mra Winnipeg branch of the Imperial accused that demonstrations alleged bad' been threatened against t'htm. Ideni. The COUNTESS Rome Ma> ABERDEEN reThro0n n-The Countess ol t prosMent ol al Council of Corner, a1most unani tL nlll hold office ot ;