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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 'wtn aries and travellers come back im- bued with the idea tha-t Japan has only the most pacific intentions to- these people navv ly Luzon. In some cases they told prominent natives, after have these natives had gained their confidence all exclaimed, with their press lead- ''as: a strone cartv ing, that America was so afraid of I would become sponger "after 'each de- that she did not even dare pun feat and sometimes dangerouslv I mad; ,armv to efforts prepare the tive fishermen bring them in by the boatloads. It has been pretty well established that there are several Petty officers of the Japanese navy on board and that they are engaged in verifying the soundings of the bay as the chart. Jap Major Acting as Spy? Last August a Japanese major of the general staff, named Inouye, came down here. He immediately signified his intentions of going thoroughly ov- isn a couple of spies caught handed, while a cartoon got out and distributed street in Manila with pulling a rickshaw in which was seat and therefore greatly overesti a large Jap, while underneath was mate the numbers and strength of th printed "Carnival of 1911." (Each anti-imperialists. year Manila has a carnival.) Americans Too Easy-going so I red j AIso that all foreigners, with the ception perhaps of the English, do an American j pression permitted the American peo TT-.I T- THfi JtTlfi T-TlOt-nfrtna the School Teaches Pan-Asiaticism In Japan there is a school for ori- entals in which pan-Asiaticism is not only openly preached but most sedu- is represented in this school, and among them are a number of Fili- pinos, who are used as a means It is an easy and, among Ameri- 'cans, unfortunately prevalent, way of dismissing that which is not wish- ed to happen by crying it down, stat- 0 ______ ouaLU_ lously taught. Every Asiatic people il be impossible and. refus- O O v t? C.J.C. UiC7U, 2 all jfche approaches to Manila and I spreading this doctrine in requested to be sent to Olongapo and islands. The native press also several other places which are forti- fied. He was offered every facility, including an army officer to show him around, but was fold that he could not be permitted to visit forti- fied points. He declined the offer of of these helps it along all it can. In 190S during the trouble concern- ing the admission of the Japanese to the United States, an untisually large number of Indian laborers endeavored to enter. It is pretty well under- ing really to examine into the mat- ter. This seems to be the attitude of the public to a large extent on the Japanese question. Those who are endeavoring to give warning are eith- er cried down as alarmists or accus- ed of ulterior motives. When the question of war with Ja- pan is under discussion it is habitu- ally dismissed with "Japan hasn't money enough to fight us and why uiiCi. Ui. viit-vi.. j. u ijj pitJOLV well .Ajtiii an army officer and later secretly vis- stood that Japan was' back of this sbould slie 'to anyhow It is ioed some of the places forbidden to jand that her purpose was to bring understood in the far east question That the Japanese financial state- him. Everywhere he went he preceded by a little Japanese was {oins to Asiatics that the who i was not merely n all arrangements for his recep-j two nations but a race one and that as of. this it is frequently' stat- tion. On his arrival at different points lie Japanese from the surrounding country would be awaiting him and the night of his arrival conference be held, in which the ments are -misleading, and the yellow that Japan has j Japan was championing me yenow sei I man in his endeavor to get fair'treat- do not appear in j meat from the white. and n. secret resources her budget that r not before the war with necessarily ignorant of and desires of the eld- er statesmen, who are the real rulers of Japan. The trouble with most white men and with Americans in particular, i that, being as a rule above board they do not hide their enmity and cannot conceive of the attitude, other than in a criminal, of greeting a per- son with a smiling face and. welcom- ing hand while inwardly planning his destruction. Yet this is the favorite mode of procedure among orientals, and a man or race which can success- fully conceal its enmity under a man- tle of friendship until a staggering blow is dealt is indeed considered erreat. EDMONTON .WILL RECEIVE LAURIER. Edmonton, Aug. city will be as gaily decorated for the reception o- Premier Laurier as it was on the oc- jcasion of Earl Greys visit here for the parliament buildings corner stone laying. The decorations at that time cost Prominent Liberals, including Pre- mier Sifton, and other members of his cabinet, Hon. Frank Oliver, and Hon. C. W. Cross will go to Lloydminster on Sunday night to meet the premier's special train at that point. _ ___ i n ua. FARM SECURITY COMPANY Lethbridp-e GKOW APPLES AT VICE-PRESIDENT TO APPEAR Musk-ogee, Okla., Aug. ident Sherman is to be asked to ap- pear before the committee investigat- ing the Gore charges. FRUITVALE WEST KOOTENAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA GROw FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson B. C 'ECULIAR CASE AT SPOKANE. Spokane, Wash., Aug. R. Blocker, -who has just 'been held to the Superior Court of Spokane coun- ty under bonds of on the charge of stealing from J. C. Napp, told a peculiar story when arraigned be- ore Justice Mann in the police court or grand larceny. He and Napp met n a saloon in the river district on the night of July 4, he said, and started bet. One bet was that Blocker tnat p.ow it kanv-i that Marquis program a" the ic 6 nirr1' anotner was that Napn All the natives here talk about Japan and expect it almost Im- announcing a postponement of publi undertakings for a period of Lven their questions! ese are road mediately. Their leaders and press have told them it is near and i-vears-' a sum of S100 get ready for it that the Japan- misleading to say the the same as the Ieast> as enormous sums which do men, and the Americans are stopped and exam- j white, the same as the Spaniards not appear in the budget have been ra1Sheed 'before The University of Alberta Courses Offered In Leading to B. A. and B. Sc decrees APPLIED SCIENCE-Leading to B. Sc. degree Wednesday, 2Sth. REG'STRA7'ON' LECTURES-Wednesday, Sep. September endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alb. forms, cent shows "des '7 Japan still had untouched in England The probabilities therefore are that Japan is far better off finan ciallv than generally is supposed. Russia Now Japanese A My At the close of the Chinese-Japan- ese both Great Britain and Rus- sia were powers in the orient capable of injuring Japan. The Spanish-Am- erican war precipitated a third pow- er into the the United States. Because of British fear of Russia, Japan succeeded in forming an alliance with Great Britain. As a result of this alliance Great Bri- and the third that Napp would have Blocker-arrested before seven o'clock on the -evening of July 5. Blocker testified that Xapp did not make good bets, also spending some of the mon- ey put up by Xapp. It was also brought up that Napp had loaned to Blocker to take the ?100 to ?in bet on the arrest. Blocker was stake- holder- according to Lapp's testimony. Judge Mann would not decide who won, so he continued the case to the ftigner court. Be sure and take a bottle of Cham- berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you when starting- on your trip thJs It cannot be obtained on board the trains or steam- ers. Changes of water and climate of- ten cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared. Sold by all druggists. LOOKING AFTER THE DISTRICT. (Claresholm Review.) Hon. Archibald McLean was in town this week, arriving on Tuesday. In company with Jir. -William Moffatt >Ir. George Skewing, of Macleod. and Mr. of the public works depart- ment, he went over to the east side of the riding, returning to MacleodL At Barons it was arranged to make a number of appointments needed there, the minister asking the board of trade to name the men. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and- Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. Dysentery is -a dangerous disease >ut can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has' been successfully used in nine epidem- cs of dysentery, it has never faiL Xt is eaualjy valuable or children and adults, and when re- uced with water and sweetened to .take. Sold by all druggists' REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block Mr. Samuel A. Stewart, curator of Belfast Museum d.ed from injuries re- ceived through being knocked down a lorry. He was one of the best "botanists in Ireland. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale tLe cheapest lots on the market i O eact situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. Fire Insurance Real Estate City and Farm loans The ft Macbeth Apcy Stierlock Block. COLLECT FOR h mos. ?650.00 for sale o j the holder wants money, S per 0 SNAPS IN 2 than can be CO GOOD HOUSES Close SOME FINE At a snap. Easy 1 The O s land r m O j Glyn St. Sherlock Phone A car to show the -1 __ WE COLLECT at eg Belfast, Mrs. Tonei, who was born in in November, 1S07, and was over 102 years of age. ;