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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBlriDflE DAILY HERALD NEW IMPERIAL NAVAL BASIS Local Autonomy in Times of Peace; Unity Dur- ing War London, July 31. The Motninp DID HE STEAL FROMTHE CP.R. Poniak Says he Didn't; Case Being Heard in Police Court Alter sitting for two hours at po- (CONTAINS NO ALUM COSTS NO MORE JflUNTHE ORDINARY KINDS RUSSIA DECIDES TO STAYY FRANCE BARON'S NEWS Barons, July people of Barons, through this medium, desire to extend their thanks to the many people from neighboring towns and farms who. so willingly and effect- ively helped to fight our recent fire. I'ost and the Naval Memorandum, Hcc emlrt this lhc 'says that as il is now issued it is lr.UB scssjml (0 meet lasril rather upon the political cxis- .u two o'clock. Two preliminary cndes ol the three democratic ir'ials look up the time oi the court rrimcnts, but that it will probably t.jn noon le revised in accordance with the in- nto natura! cond.tions of war. L the customary The Tin-.cs, on the. Men n orandum states that will, good wtl b U.S. MARKET ABSOLUTELY NEEDED FOR OUR WHEAT TiiesilH.v, August 1, JOll. Lucid Outline ol' Situa- tion iis A (fart by Jteeiprocily (Winnipeg Free Press) In the matter of wheat the option- "doubtotilv show' a In'go incruisc' 'nts of reciprocity occupy vhlch is highly vulnerable. Their n r- Berlin. July The return of Em ii-iii! ,11 1 uui itrufUL ure. peror to the capital has not j Did we not know that the greater affected Jlorrocco negotiations, con- j part of the town was saved bv the trary to Intimations in Paris p.-ipors.j most tenacious and desperate "work "nn pat His Majesty would charge Kor-.011 the part of some our own towns mutual' forebear- ancu'and with mutual concessions, one of the must difficult of problems will have lieei. solved to combine cum efgn Minis Kiderlon Weach- people, nssisted by n calm night, plele local autonomy in limes of ponce with organir solidarity-and tra- ditional training and 'discipline at all times, with absolute unity of strage- tic control find unity .in times of war. In sn far as any of the domin- ions affected being prepared to place -Detective Ashman arrcsto the United States 'Congress. 2. Reciprocity in wheat with tho their naval forces at the disposal of the Imperial government it will assse y n calm night, we tsrs policy. The Emperor, according. would say that a miracle 10 an official statement today receiv- place. This was soon after 2 o'clock jhdrl by some that the conditions are a.m., On the 16 th of July, and, to add limited and that the whole arrange-' i the report on negotiations, but no enhances had (to the desperate conditions there was merits are rendered largely nugatory details concerni been given out. little or no water to be had at this The Anglo-French report regarding j time, wlieh'H'Vas most urn) Knmanins, wlicre it' At this strenuous juncture, ih hail been said- concessions might be -fast gaining headway in the .made "uy Germany in exchange ior a Lumber Cd.'s yard, and, noi .strip of Fraicli Coiigo area is uncori- j what minute a wind might srin u with stealing goods from the C.I'.R. freight sheds here while .working there. The goods which arc alleged to have hccn stolen i.re a tent; a clothes wringer, kettle, chains, and C. P. H. shovels. Detective Ashman arrcsto the accused man after a search war rant had been issued and his house and ham searched. Most of the slol en property was found in the bam I'oniak in his evidence swore that tin goods were not stolen, but had been either bought or given to him by var- ious parties at .N'o. 3, L. M. Johns- Kiiments against an arrangement that will give the Canadian Rniln-growcr the opportunity of selling his wheat to United States buyers nrc terms these. in neral 1. H will not bo profitable to ex- change our present, nwrltets in Great. Britain for those of the United States. The Uritlsh market is the best because the prices arc highest, and there is no question that It will be permanently open to us, whereas the United States market might bo closed to us at any time by iizsitlc legislation by Jumped over seven million hushelB Jii lUiyj ''pi'incipai agricultural crop ciilUvated !in the Commonwealth of- Aiuitrnlla. 'and iiBiially occupies more than 1mIt' cultivated area. Vast areas of 'land In tho CoiimumtvoalUi are HtJII 'available and suitable for wheat- "Crowing mid the Industry should un- "douhtodly show' a livpe incmisc1 In "the future. 'Australian wheat is big "and bard, of excellent milling quality "and tho esteem in 11. is held IB "attested by Uio high price "for It in British markets as compared "'with wheat from other The prices Quoted In Ihe table shows that Australian wheat brought, a shade more than the Cmmdiau variety. To what extent nni Canada's wheat exports to Croat Britain bo Vot at all, or very slightly, while Bng- ish ports are open to wheat from every country on the globe. There is ittle that these conditions! vill ever be Changed, bul, for argu- tone appeared for the company J- R. Palmer for the accused." ll- aimer ior 1C also repudiate that view, we i i !goods were produced have ]nst confidence in the patriotism i identified h riiuii: just- cuiniut-iiLt, uf LUC jjiiiiiuL'iaiii At this strenuous juncture, the fire oi the dominions. The condition cm- frmed H is learned that -took cu diplomatic steps regarding the speech of Lluyd Ocorec. British Chan- 1 through, and right here cellor, spring: up, it was decided to call on .i" difficulty in getting phone con- .iv Yen" let It be uuu nguL uuie let it pDe nd subsequent Lnglish news-, knolvn the Lethbrldge finj chief Taper comments in which the pro- and department never stopped to con- r.O'jnccmcnt was construed as thejsider whether any pay was to corns .Great Britain veto of the proposedjtor .this, but responded immediately, Franco-German settlement on thujas also did the C. p. R. Co., with eit- basis of cont'L'ssion to Germany in tra trains and crews. When the Lethbridge fire laddies, the French Congo.' The German gov- ernment requested and received' the explanation that Grea.t Britain was disinterested in the situation outside, of Morocco. The attitude was .later. their splendid engine, got to throwing water on the lumber plies, then burning fiercely, it was on part of the burning area was thor- ..ul- oughly flooded, and the vigil was ov- emuodied in Premier Asquith's state- ment in the House of Commons, for an understanding between Berlin and London the situation mkht have lme the been chemical was waking, ready at any j time to check the fife from the out- been critical. Petersburg, July and keep li from spreading suspicion has existed for j Possible rising' wind. To all these sormi time .that take up brave men from Lethbridge, the C. P. a Position of diplomatic Co, C. S. Noble, with his men and edness in the Moroccan cmhcrigle, the jteams, we cannot give too much stale department had descended whole hcartedly on the French side of the fence. Premier Stolpin came in from his estate to preside at a special meeting of the cabinet, .at which the I present date'of. the France-Kussian alliance was examined. After sonic time of discussion the Cabinet decid- To men ai'Paul' Moiler, Eric Jloffat, .J. Smith, Sam Nelson, Sam Scott, Dr. Wallwln, Ford, Coop: er, Millard, and several others, we owe it that the fire in the rear of the Hansen Hardware Oo.'s main store was not allowed to spread. This was. the key to the situation, and the that it was fully as effective as work saved if not tb't whole at any time since it had been signed, j town. i The neighboring farmers came in with their .teams and water-tanks full of water, and worked like heroes. to-see how iar she will go in develop To these men and to those men- in, the tnplL entente into a mllltan .tloned hefort, together with all who loniersauot, a polici instituted asilstance In anj naj on the former fateful night the people of Bar- that Russia stood ready.to fulfil! -.her..part. It is said in diplomatic Circles that Russia has been sounded bodied in the memorandum is only an expression of the auticipated doctrine that whether the dominions shall par- ticipate in any way with the mother country in so far as.it is not deter- mined by the action ot the man, must be determined exclusively by the go ernments of the Overseas Dominion and not in any degree1 by the Impcria government. The Manchester Guardian commen in? upon the Naval Memorandum says that it is an ingenious arrange mcnt designed to reconcile colonia ami imperial rights. Legally'in tim of war dominion'navies would becqm belligerents. This, however, depend almost entirely upon the at titude of the While they might be .treated as enemies ships, .they would, doubtless be left alone in most cases. istn, i hen the late King Ldv-aul v as shaping the reconciliation of Fng land and Russia NO'ROICA synscription lists for the proposed Noidfca concert are now in the hands of Mr Lajton, at J D Higinbotham s store. J G Robertsons book store and at the Mason and Risch Piano rooms flown on the lists without as tnli neek will deude whether Or i.ot the will appear here This surch is a matter which might be taken up and endorsed bi the Lethbrldge citj council and .Board of Trade, the secur- ing of a great operatic star such ns aould he one of the best ad, lertlscments I cthbridge has had for' a long 'time. extend their heartfelt BUILT FIRST HOUSE IN CRANBROOK, B. C. Death at Edmonton of James Qreer, a Well Known Contractor Edmonton, July Greer, well known local contractor, died of .Brfght's disease Saturday night at his 651 Namayo .avenue, after a prolonged illness, during'which lie went to Winnipeg to