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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBHUARV 2, 1911 THE LETH15U1UGE DAILV HERALD PAGE FIVK Possessing exquisite freshness and a fullness of flavor not found in other teas llOlf IHIII CEYLON and Clean to a Leaf" BLACK, M NATURAL BLACK, MIXED OR 1 Sealed Packets Only GREEN Beware of Imitationi AN EXPLOSION AT ELLISON MILLS IT WAS MYSTERIOUS AND DlD LITTLE DAMAGE FIRE CHIEF TO GATE DAUGHTERS COMPENSATED BELGIUM WltU THEM HAND- SOMELY-BUT PARLIAMENT MUST RATIFY AGREE- MENT At six c'ulujk inorii.ijg. btfore the day shirt Ciimu on dcty. tiplo- stou occurreil at Die Kllisoa mill on Thirteenth ttrcet. wight eaaJly liave In Its complete di'SlruuIuu. cu'j.-eJ It Is uot known, but ttie damago was. InelgulfE- cant. The explosion o.'uiirred in tho srest bin Iiito vliich l'io IViUr !a toured pre- liminary lo U The bin rune I'jo helKfct of ihrco storeys, aud a sheet of from one end to ihe other ol the the ex- plosion, PJ that CCIISMJUORC- es might easily have It Id thought tbo Oust tu the bin got alight, iho tKbuiner Is unknown, unices roi.ieouo United a match. :ir.cl looluJ into the bin. The j theory of spontaneous i-tmiLusiioi: is not credited. It Is understood the tire chief to make a thorough in- vestigation, as tho circumstances are most and almost BISHOP ES IN BAD WITH SUf FRAGETTES NEW CARNEGIE LIBRARY AT OWEN SOUND, iijakes an- mh'M Hnk in the great chain cf Carnegie' i'ubllc Libraries in Canada. Tills Ilbraiy la to be opened on January 29th wltli Srolt, a librarian of very Siien talents. In utmige. LIVE BUDGET CRANBROQK DOINGS thc 1'resbyUriaa tburch. received ad neiis lliis ueek ot the death Brussels, Feb. A defir.ite settle- ment iras reached today of the clalmi of the three daughters of the lato King In pro- perly left by Mid. A short time IJRO. they fully sued tfoe povf-rnur-nt (or the en- tiro Congo properly, val'.td at nearly The tbat they were entitled to coicftiua- ttoa, and made iheai ui wMcb they accepted. Princess Louise sn agree- ment to this effect this afternoon, her fitsten Prlnct-ss nementloe and Princess StepJianie will "sign. it thta areek. It must ta submitted to the Detgtan parliament for after which they will he dis- tributed ainoag iho Princesses and the creditors of A national subscription (or a niODU- mcnt to llie late Ltoiwld to bo opened shortly. militant, suf- fragettes arc very the liiahuii of Lou dot., the Right Rev. Ar- tbur holey tngram. over bis report that there was no truth in Die allegations of excruciating torture being inflicted Ilolloway jail. c.Miis father in Scotland. Mr. Thoiup- on (iicir cornrailes in They accuse the pro- late of being an ally of the govorn- ment and Mrs. Dacre Fos, one of the .son has the ileep ol his I many Cranluook friends in this, his ihonrof htieavenienl. as follows; S. Santo is spending a iew days at Victoria, JJ. C. of the Women's Social antf Martin McUreery anri bride return- A-. K. Watts, of tlio Wattshurg Lumber company, Watlshiug, spnH paii of Friday and .Hill. Saturday in Itiis'cily. A. J. Halmont: timed from Vic- T. T. JicViltie, wf Tort Wceie, wlipre he had been in tidenl ol Craaliroot district at me Ftrvaiiva asiodatiou, trturned the association PolUlcel Union. lo ulm today "A whitewash bruth lias been plac- ed in your lards, my Bishop by the auilioiltles, hi order that ihe pub ed from their honeymoon Wednesday lie. Bliall remain ignorant of the dla- nud liave taken up rosideuce on Baker bolical methods used by the govern- ment Iu ita to terrorize the militant women." 'The writer sdda: T.'liole truth of tbe matter Is tbat you bave the govern- Security Lite services in connec- of the C0n- first of Uio ueek Ironf Portland, of the I'olumhia Paptr ment anil ihe prison officials to hood- wheie lie boeu lor A. H. MaerionaUl ami wife ate i PJ spending a lew dnys y.1 tlie piovincial capital. Duvle.-of f-'oit Stcele. was a tiuah.css visitor in the city U.is week- Mr Ault and family tell Tuesday some 'MinPatO'i was ttc-fisact- j ing business in the city "this week. CUas. Day has returned from a few weeks' vacation scent nitb his reta- F nielil for Kernie, where Eirtf i ic- in lhc Maritime provinces. A. .Iloxsinaii, nf d'ler.lily, spent Sunday in the city.. CtaiibrocV, on Wednesday, 28, 19H, lo J. and Mrs. uink We hold letters from Miss Rachel Peace, now an inmate of HoV jell, describing the torture she has undergone. She lias on two occa- sions to our knowledge, broken down uuder supreme suffering involv- ed." IIKSAYSANM.P. ACCEPTED SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE WAS GIVEN IN LIFE INSURANCE CASE IN QUEBEC Muufrcal, Feb. Did an for the province tttm Quebec, during 1911, before, the genera! election, receive S 500 from tho" ance company f tion with obtaining a liccr.ss, oace re- the concern, but later granted it by the fmaire depurtrr.rnt at Ot- tawa The question came 'up during the hearing ol a case before Sir. Justice Biuneau on Saturday. An account- ant in the employ of the company suote tuat he had made disburst- inents on one occasion to extent ol towards thft latter part of April, 1911 ol this, he said, went to Mr. thc.i a member ol the house ?20l) to the company 'E le- gal aclviser. and fSo roveriag the sed ol Messrs A. DesNoyers and Victor who were in Ot- knva negotiating lor license fo Atcnison, on Friday, I H. C. L. COMMISSIONERS Toronto, Oni., l-'eb. memhrr by paying This fee will these governments by' the mcm- lie an investment, for which the rr.tm-, hers and their co-adjudicators. her will get several things, worth 1 1. Tt Is the common meeting Imany times the price, ol joining. A ground lor newcomers and old tlmets, jlistol thc advantages ofieicd has been through the imperial Home Ue- drafted and is as lollops WHY KEBRy MAX SHOULD JOIN' Iho loan] offers an ofpor'mity (or the ol acqnair.flittceg u'ilh the men who are worntni; out the drslfnf.of thc city and district, jby means oi luncheons, gf.t-acquaintfd trips through the ditlrict, smoVtis, binqiitts. and conimitlft worV. 2. 11 is rssenre oi puWic ffiril, union association, helps any rr.erater to bring his [amily or relatives (rora the old land. In this connection a matter ol great importance is the settlement ol Hint acif! ot ir- rigated land so close to our bound- aries. We must be prepared toheatt- ilv welcome people the in io these lands, and to as- surf these Lcu'-comers lhat their in- grado on tho baels of per cent, for subject matter and, SO per cent, for appearance. The general plan to bo adopted was submitted Mr. Tracy to the chair- man, ot the Board, Who Immediately took tho matter up, and advised Mr. Tracy Uiat It would te carried out In the Separate schools. OPPORTUNITY FOR MM. TAStf Toronto, Feb. Falcon- er offered the Marflei lecture- ship at the University of Toronto lor neit year (6 The of loveraon have undertaken to appoint at leatt once In erery (our yean a person of Mrfcout to dellrer a course of lectures op tioo. Taft has pronlted. lo cept Ihe offer If ;