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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta No .Use'.to Search for Arms 'or Arrest Carson HOME RULERS DO A GUN RUNNING STUNT IN ULSTER l.ondoiidmy, April Ir- isli .Nationalist v tioJy similar in to tlio Ulster- Unionist volunteers made mat Icis can with '.trir political itritmi'iits early 'taday liy sixress- ulinK a laigc consignment DEC! vlii.1 IIIU fully of an to London. AyrU to tbrec o'- clock, this afternoon tberc were no frail developments from I'leliT, a.- thousli Ibe volunteers nro slated to Ije 'still busy distributing arn'.f. A report from Londonderry district is to Hint a carKO ot arras for the NatlonalifUi lias been landeil oil llic Donegal cor.st. The King let! town today for two days of the Xewiirarkct races, lading In tliu Two 'J'lioiiEltuil UnllJC-os tomor- row, In wlileh iiU JiaJeJty'fi colt Kunny eciered. There bad lieen considerable specu- lation as to nhcllier his Majesty woulrl feel Jusllfleil in leaving al this juncture. Cabinet met asain today. lure Leen brought frum America, were lalm ashoic ai a remote spot on tl.e coast u[ xtic o! IMnrgal in" to far wrst oi Utsltr. A sinuiy sU'i'.iner hail been seen off tlir ce.a'il lor tlirce suc- cessive niglils. l.afe last night a uumier n! avproach- rti, Inok oS tbv '-'argo, succeeded iti evading Ihe i-cast guards and kndcd tlw ivhicli were distributed. size nl Ike rnusisniMnl is unknown; it is believed to have Lcr-n lonsiilcrjMe, although not equalling the -lO.Udl) lilies and MO.OOO rounds of ammunition the Vuionists rLceivcd on April 25. "or Evans' ion Will be Different from Anything Yet PUPlLsi "THIS SCENE AND THAT" YOUNG LAWYER TO DEFEND I! Commander Kvaus, who is Out in the city on-Monday, does not tout; re- member ihft cliy of I.e'hbritlge, It will not >io 'jccause ol any tack ot at- tention llic jiart ol Hie The (or his rt-ceyUoii -lava reached a stage already tiiat tar out- anything tendered the great ex- plorer In other cities. Mayor Hardic. Judge Jackson aud II. EUon were ap- lioliitcd on a committee last liie Overseas club to Interview the School Board a view to j children of the cEly. The iutervien I was oliIalnc'd tills mornlnv. aniTj.-I) Htrinbottiam assured the committee UULl ill ID (It V- t rnrit Tlio Cabinel met asain Unlay. A fracjs in a rebtaurant, in hoMav fct granted. Tlie Dally Clironlcle (Liberal) Buys How Island occupied the: attrition ol ,t u ltc iotcnUon of working there is a dUi-oslilosi among Hie sup- the Supreme Court Ihe lo have all the. schoo {iorters ot tbe soveinmeiit 10 blame of tlie morning, and was Ml adjourn- chlldrcni a flag ami a the Admiralty tor -falling to prevent ''d Iur school banner, rcarcb to tbe station the steamer' Fanny from unloading Jess-e Hinilli Vas charged with as- Monday, mcct' Commander trans lier citao of arms for the lilsterlies. siulting Chuck proprietor ol anj accompany lilm to Weilay hall Tlie- 'jiauers Parliamentary tbe restaurant, and with pouring the jive them 'a'short pat correspondent 'assc-rls the unnilliiis- contents o! a Irving-pan containing of the Uberal narty rank and boiling'graw over the, tad ol Ills to see Carson' arrested, as they ira Bung Chuan. ArcuMil was with- tblnk i'o Ulster Grand Jury would out counsel and at the request of 1lo waIJtB all tho citizens to tnr lirfcat a "true bill." -i II. Obtlund undertook-his dc-' continues fence. _. Complainant deposed tliat came into his restaurant on May 11, noon, and liaviiig haJ a' went as a fif honor t fniltless Payinft for -the same, j he returiiPd at 9 p- m- he was, mecljng 0. ,ie the urupri- be or ,ligl this not favor pro claiming Ulster liudcr tlie Crimes acl, rind Mliiisterialisls'thlnk Iliat search ing for amis would be -Tile-above-obierValior.3 are widely cjuoled by Unionists today showing lhat, the government Is [wwerlees to deal.vi'ilti tlie fltlialion. rlotlc I 'The Mayor'Sas signified bis intcn lion of declaring a civic half holiday j out and make Commander Evans' cepllon a distinctive one. The school Cadets, numbering 'out two bundled, wiH.tura out in u'n asked ly a -Mayor Harrtie-is .very 'enthusiastic'j mao, and we want to make the occasion of his visit to Lelbbridge a Mediation Tribunal Meets All Day in Private Session WEIGHINGS1TUATION U. S. Demands Are Not Made Funsion Lands Regulars at Veia Crux President Wilspn looks -cliccniu anil he sees another picture. thonsaiuls Vwlio the Chinaman whether he bad imcnioas oiie. It is uot on accouut n J tt. the fact that ho is a Britisher, so fjo Lhatge rreierreu at tne Opening Session of Su- preme Court fleets when the means to the ment of tlie very narrow lie ready' to' haiid.'' Itcnlyinr; to'-this, tonight's West-' proceeded to iuilher assault minster Gazelle responds with the him. tlial if Ihete are any Liberal 1 flre'-ealers, the senliments l-j- tho Times will go to them. BRITISH LABOR M.P. DEAD "The niimlsEion' tliat the differences -London, Aijri! Henth oc- of a reception lo any me great ex- nre very conUuiics llic gov-' curreil tcday of William Edwin liar- plorers, and 'we waul Uia affair lo be UTXI-T- C11RTHFR eminent to make anvvy, a rnvreEcntative of Iho British (an iulernallonal one." IrlllNl U" rUiXlnLIX ttVjUVn eml lo thijse threats of vitlcnt unccn- miners, 'and Labor member iu tliB A. J. Blaekburne, who is Blitullonal action. II' ia iiulte Irue House of Coniir.C-ns for Norllieast i every effort to make tho affair; al fjourt session oper.e tliat Hie rrincipte of exclusion lias Derbyshire. Ills death creates bright one all. around, ejctrtained 'lb l :ue.'-u' fjhicl Justice Har been aclmlttcii.. but wilh adrals-1 other .Parliamentary vacancy. Uie Herald Ihls ir.ornlng thai the vis- tins raorninc Blou must go Hie pretence that L'1-llale member, was born In 1S52, It of Commander Evans to Canada W-Ptcs sler is being forced, under the yotejhad a majority of 1750 al the last el-: was not a money-malting scheme for (Conljnueil on.Tagc [ectlon. I (Continued on Hage much as what he has done, and of his with rpptain Scott on tho cipeJitlon to Hie Southern Polar reg- ions. We would accord the same sort of a reception to any of. tiie great e No' charge was pcelerred in tin Corrv case by the agent ot the At torney-Hrneral, C. F. P. Conybeare K. C., and proceedings were accorc ingly-rlropperl. The charge agains Alice't'erens-was likewise withdrawn Hex .vs. Ramsay was not, proceed cd with. The withdrawal ol the Corry case while such action has been.hinted a Eveiybody, Especially the Young Men of Lethbridge, Should be on Hand Tonight lo Help COUIlle of Lethbridge Tonight Joins the Ranks of Live Wire Cities That Can Boast of Their Ad Clubs Launch This New' Boosting Organization :HINESE PIRATES' ATTACK: BRITISH SHIP-KILL 200 "Hongkong, April Two him- tJrtd native passengers were kill- ed or drowned today during a dec- pcrate; fight with Chinees pirates, who attacked and burned the Bri- tish steamship stationed near Macad., Chief Officer Evans is missing. Other foreigners, offi- -cert and 150 passengers escaped. The pirates greatly out-numbered the offfccra Rt the station and swooped "down with the greatest fury. It was only, after the most doiperate "fighting that, the offi- cers and passengers succeeded in getting FOREMOST MAN THE- VICTIM OF. A FATAL REBELS STILL FIGHTING MEXICO TODAY iluerta i'orciis GciuTiil Mans will not at- tiit-k Vcni Crux; to interior. ILucrtR viiicoiitlitioiiallv accopt-s mediation propo- _ Meilintion tribunal in private session all day lay considering attitude ind desires of each parly n strife. continue iiring on Federals at Taiupico. .promises sale es.it to all' Ainerloans de- sirous, of. 1 Washington, D. envoys of- and Chile, whose good offices 'nave, 'now formally accented by'iihe .United States and 'the Huerta government, to compose the crisis in Mexico, re- sumed their sessions early todav at the Argentina Lcgatioj unces which gave them m'-cli rn- With the .-icceiitaiicc o! both -gov- ernments now. definitely before Ilicm, ;he three envoys occupied a scici- altitude almost- in the na- ture ol an intcrnafioin-1 tribune con- sidering tlie-attitude anil desires ot each .side endeavoring, to find somo middle ground on which both could stand. The sessions are all private ami by everi- safeguard imatute discussion 'ol it is known, however, .that c- nw the chief effort, ol today was to liy very it should I lo PWfeci a plan on wliich they hava not be compulsorj- to the extent that, breii working ever since their tend.et man- violate- .his'of gooi offices was niadc. Jliis. wil Hands Out .Written Slalement lo Explain the Board.of Health Action SAME STAND YEARS AGO The mayor doc's 'not, pretend know enough about" vaccination oppose il, but he lias always had "a it would make own conscience, anhen the Altor- RUNAWAY ACCIDENT SS ccy-dcncra! indicated that U was within the power oi the Board ol ilealth to sign. a three months' ex- he gladly, Ic-.nt his aid and _ Jaitl before the tivo Rbveromenta at Ihc earliest possible moment. The scssiorrS arc c'xpeclfil' to. be continuous throughout- today- and :enf8 in the direction with his approval. Citi7er.s who i have that rnet SAFE-EXIT FOR V.J3V- but' had, lived ------D--i pctl ycl ar.d that dcvcloprhfrsts mnj- be to itom thai He was expected. un the IU JMUX't Irt- 11U11I mni. I [Oil bV tl-C maTriftl.'anil leaves, his mputn NOhMAN' RAfJKIN J. ILLSEY BAND REORGANIZES; HARMONY AGAIN REIGNS SUPREME Harmony Is the word to apply to the Citizens' Band loday. All lilllr troubles ironed oiil last nifilit at a special mvcUng ol the banii. htiys the old members bi the organization who had dropped oul all came back, and witli 30 regu- postroaslpr at Webber.'is a brotlier.'-SIIss'JIcKinr.on and'Jlrs.'-ilathcson of OrHssV l-alte, 'Ora'ssy V. .-'I vaccination ol Health. MEMBERS OF 'ALBEfiTA BARRISTER IN Son of Well-Kpswn English-Barrister IT SETTJiKMKXT. BASIS The While ilouse declined .lo. mate statement as to as basis for inedialion.' It 'ed.that r-otliing would PHIL W McCRYSTLb I NORMAN tf. rf. J. iw" V IH..A- One cf Of .H. ,h..M Clubt of the'-northern eillts, nary Ad Club', .who wll.l.tpo'k toplslit Club Strloker in the Hill who (peaks tonight Tonlgiil at.S llm Knigbts of I'yllilns Hall, Hie I-ctlibrldgc nG. gresslvr-s and optimists will gather for the imrr.036' ui urgunizlng I.clh- .bridge.Ail club. .A line rroRraminn of music and nns been ar- ranged, and Hit admtasloi! Is Irce. Kvcry mm who to FPC tlie city Is Invited. Ticliels have'been Issued, but they are not necessary, did riot re- ceive one are fnvltotl Jiisl llic same. lowchlp and the treatment of misr.i. The K'lbllolty comrol'.leo o! the Hoard of Trade la .bnlilnj (lie sclieme, which. assures its success, of Ihc committee will bo i rlfiil al tho ihresliold with tin! B'ai! hpiid, mil Ir.lroductiona will not bo in order, ag every one la la have or acquire tho happy facully of aciiualnlcil. epcakcrfl, wno leave Uie-lr re- In Calgary lo front tlian ever. We tisd a liflle lalkfesl last :nijht." said Ilnndinrtslrr Clinr. "anil and 0. anrl fak- l ani I to say that all ia nar- en for a short trip around tho city, rrmnions ngflin. The band boys arc They will be right tho job tdnlghl -anxious to produce the best Ihls year and Iheir talks arc lo be all and will he out 30 strong." Among. Iho speakers ate: J. I-. I SOTC very high music Is now Mcnch, merchandise ilepirtiiicni'of teiiii; fracIUril and conccrlr the lludson's nay store at start during Ihe coming month. on "Seeing Noiiuan S, Hank- in, prr-elrlenl of tho Calsary Ail club. on "What an Ad club Is, and how It benefits the and 3. Hlscy, lo one are invucti nisi uic EHUIL-. The objcclfl of the club nre: Ad- help start.. tWngS, ar vcrllslng, llrst of-all, ani) truthful ad- lived in tcrtldng; (jus froniotlpfi of good fel- hvcro met nt tho station by. A, M, I''. G. LEGISLATURE, IN 'TAXI. ACCIDENT: ONINJUBEO; would in any way embarrass th6pro-' ___LI j t Kdnionicn- Allii! 'A'pril WON'T' us arcidiat was narrowly averted IlELl'i IJU.TCIITA. u 1 on Ea-.ur.lav when a taicab WafWnglon, n. April 28.-Keat the aassengcra of which-were I'clei Admiral. Mayo al Gumi r. Puffer. M.P.P.-for lorfes there. -Luc Sle. Anne anrl .fiirlhcr overtures lo ho -i.. lively o> crt'iimed as lo Constitutionalists for a 'corabinaUon: 'ilol'Ml; WHwornlVas I'ar-; lurn'w to Fifth street .off ''Jasperav- Stales.- -.lie said rister and sollcllor of Mm. Supreme Ttl Court of AHierta before Iho Cb'cf Jus- their way llco. He Introduced hy C. K. I1. ani1 "rnyljcarc'KC' vlcc-tjresidenl of tha larl of llic cily, and rcK... Ihe affairs ol Mexico.in the United tnis i jr., told Congressman siatcs, today informed Secretary, of of cheques ar.d cash, Martin D. Fisher, of .the; stole Hryari .that General .Hueftal approximalely ?1HO, Hotso committee on lllnes and Mln- Ind uncor.ditfonally 'accepted tnc prin- lysletfously disappeared Ing he (Mr. Hockcfcllcr) of mciliation as involved in sary A4 club will bo rrcseat, 'Prince Aldcri 'of on ;