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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I^ETg^BlbOB DAILY HEBALCi Page 7 TII1B Canadian bank ; � *f commerce:^ ^ HAd: INSTALLED ^ ^ �: SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXEt. LODGE YOUR - 17i?i^d> Title Dee(]s, Mortgages, Insuraxidei PoUcida r or othet valuables in one of tfaeid p63(e8 WEliLINER AND TO WILL HOLD JOINT. MEETl^Cl/AJ BED DEER-BENNETT NOT , WANTED ' , I IHllll.lllWIl*''! IW LIVING ON WATER When life is iri danger she will be released from mil FOR JWntlMUMt IWWMJATIOI* APVt.V tO Lethbridge Btancb - - C. G. K. Wourse. Mgr. ItNEW TARIFF AFFECT OLD TREATIES Red Df.^r, April 9, - R^d Ijieir is the one town ot consoquenpe rtyjiioh R. B. Bennett will not visit iff -Ibfsi' Iwhirlwirid tour oS Alberta {or;,':itBe elections, and-the tories qf Rcd.psiBir do ndt wish R. B/here. In tile D'o^^ niinlon election ,of 1911, it-is- Skfa^^ many V6t�s were lost through/ iMe Calgarjr orator's references to; reOeilt settlers from 'foreign countrie^, wlioiii there are hot a-few iil tJii^ constitiifency'.  It is felt tliat' ittvilw I of BennetV.s more reoeiit l)onfiirfr;*ab- -... |tios it would bo Unwise to hdve'Him Should ofllcials of ,the commerce and ; speak here, and no .on6' appears ' to state department decide thdt It' con-; desire hig ^presence.;. This is but furv stitutes a violation, rfPtreatlesi how-amplification of tlie statam'int 'mntle bv the nominal leader :Of the BRIN6 TRAVELLCRS FRM east VIA 8ARNIA AND BOAT to rORT WILLIAM Lojiilon, April 9.'-^Fivc days have eijipSed Since Mrs. I*ankhurst entered iiqUbway jail, which she then declared she intended to leave as soon as-possible, alive or dead. She was t^en, according to her own stats-wntpin bad'health- She has consistently refused all food placed before h(ir.-|iv the prison �..authorities, and tHe torrent repbri that she is being fijrcibly fed Has fceen denied on good aUth'oirlty. The!''minors of her imrai-jiei|t collapse havfifhfeen as thick as th^ifce of her impending release on li-ceiiBe. ... Thi^^cllH(lftiiglly will be given %n^a:pi!l'ORrla'te,:4Iiflfiion f rom sthe; clf 11 ii;p|;:;jj)!d?%^l i-restepf e ; rlghti of; suoc^elgi^: rtfrHtb^SSepvIan- Wcourage the coipmerce in American r,.- ^o.-be'-^srvi ru^aerrt^tM^ ssuu thro^, -- MITFORD & CO. Real Estate OWNERS OF DOMINION SQUARE CM o..r tM gT� Tni.k tT� Mm- r. to lorl T��^ ��� p,^,^ rto?:r"M%^.rs.v\s i i-wiiv-s...... lOODS ARE STILL T 'Memphis, Tenn., April 9. - Raias I tn-js: throughout the Mississippi b'Spi^; ,to- j hurst&jirMleted' she would attend. Th^ day added to the menace of thti flood docto|^however> may conslW it in-situation.,. Heavy downpour, accom-> a4vl8{i))lc to keepsliar in prison la;ter panied by strong wind, threatened I than; JWdttymorhiag' stretches of levess,. where itlie fight had been hardest, but today's repprts �indicated- all the .dykesi,are .hald,tafi. jThe weather, disturbances projiahly; will increase the flood.. The ;gu^ge: here todi^y stood, at. 4fi fe'^t' ii^)j'|qveji;^ o'clock, this morning, a rise's ot ifdiir? .tenths of a foot in 'tw^nty-^fbur hours. AtiHlckman,; Kentudkyjt'i.'tSe situation � today was reported J uuiilM ally serious. The Reelfobt'^^eve'e'-his developed; several ^.bad apotrf;? jThe break at .Graves Bayou, soiith'- !q� Memphis, was. reported to .^be. a-lao^t 1,000.feet,!Vith ivate'f pouring through the crevasse at'.a terriffic, i;ate. '  . '..Jnt.Memphis, the ^oodedi area, i&-sulting from the hackwater,;largely ,wai^ increased by the night!s ;,�he"ivy; .j: Slfri* Of Fatling Health L6uaoh,-April 10,-^Acoording to ;the prison doctor's report last night, Mrs, PankhtrTst is beginning to show the effects* of.her refusal of food, and her |l8tJfgaigth'*aSslikWly failed. , Altb^jagh her release on license is th'iisvbroflght appreciably nearer, It is nort,'H^,eiy to bei!today, especially as the -fluffragettea'' -demonstration agr Mrist:,the government is planned for thlSfiVenlng, and which Mrs. Pank- � '8cen6';i,Wj,^;a;UrfleV^m^t�*imlII burnlh. I� the>Upper..tareye, while \t. lower^>t,^fe�,>^ire flooded-^ithxv^ater. ^ ' -> . .y - ' t i_�.�t t '' r '1 "iiii I....... Tsihr. 'A seridus liol6 developed^ m the levee'profcctliig the" cit^ ^gas plant, and it was stated tha^ the plant probably would be shut ^ ^pwn; before night. ^ FIRE IN CHICAGb " Ohicako,; HI., April O.^One'^WfrU-man^wa&sburned to de^tH, ani^^it^ri rowly* escaped injury, when flra t9flay destr'ojfed the planing mil] of ,V?|iya:^: Morris' & Son Co., on the soutli. side, causing a loss,of .$100,000. ^ / �� ' i thtm; S]irlday ntorfalug. ...K.lfchotImprobable that when she Isjreleased a :pollC"e- guard will be .plac&dJ^outslde; the'bouse to which she Istajcon. ; � �. ;, iBSplj^ng' to; a (iHestion by George Kalr'Hardle in ^tKb, House of Oom-r^ons. yestej-day; ith'e; Home Secretary ^tate,d;-tl^at-Mrs.i.Pankhurst was retus-.Jnlil'foodi./but; w|fc'a-r^^^^^ being fordibly ifejl.;; The prison' drfdtor had not advised she'nr^dease.'c^Hpr own doctor was :no.t>aljpv|d; to visit her. ,r 'v*Ai crowd of ;iten;i.thousand perions gath^r^d vouteide(vt&e.:jalI last evening ^iiexp6otatton otv^^lrsi-Pankhurjit's re-leaseva Thp, suffyageUes who attempted JtW-ispeak.frMij&jwagonBtte were hoojed; down andl^ were met hsMh . orius rot :."Burn .the; juf f ragettes!' . S!^Jm^n''whox4rI^;rto^ address vth itei'^T^d;was;;^nned:i'^f the,'vehIK�lght'>Sug^t^ Coitf tHSI OTJnj^i^jiyslBthia year putting k^|,9Q'f#ei:Qs,or;beets.,ott'.th6ir:oWn;ifthd;t ;,ftp.4'fg;lje'BevBelgians, :,wUh' thei-o^ 'JI?ei^!ffP*;take earetpf,i(;hem, Ifk : ;o�i-t^flvjtannerfl� ^ro pl|ayng-beet�S;;;iS?! -iJilTOteexaJQ^ienqe lii'!,yog4'S :,gon^;^^^^^^^^ %^Sg|^SPn ;,prop oan.fes^^^;^:take^i )par.p-9f>:'at Bpiton m1u| mg. TKfe:^wi*.^i?*i%: \^ gas 'P!:�r;-f#?Wi Pauley. ^^P'lwr-aia^PFfe ^^?arly'-lW|^^^||V'^^^ ^h^*' '"ear" other tire-what you paid for the first place It larx t ' sufficient that you lode ahead ,when driving ^ � ^car. Look ahead^^wh^i?'Wying anti-skid tires. 31 dinarj non-skid tirw .^rirae fs/SAIVIE TIRE are hcrewj^ �pre. SAMErlRE ^ -AFTER ^t"-^^^^ calljf f#'f^iSk:wit; bitter wailing t " .'^ Pl^�yirig the Province � - A^BLE USAGE *USAGE man Who is iltle Mi U'^'Goff emment that is buildm|;j*p Al^frta Chair taken at 8 o'clock shaip liy ^^^^ 73 ;