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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta INKEEFEt�DROPREFOlib" THE POLICE COURT Woman Into Hy sterics'and Caused V ' Commotion HOIVIES 1 ( IS TO BE DEPORTED Immigration - O f f i c e r Here To Take Her Away . There 'was considerable excitement. , at thcpoliut! .station (Ins n.-.ormng, Avhct'i a woman who has been in LcUi-bridge soinc.moiillis,'Mis. Jas. Mc-.Collv.who'lmd ju.l*ark will be maintained for oco upationafany time. OF HOUSE Of LORDS Unionist Press Pivot At- tention on Fteci-. . procity BIG WHEAT TRADE WITFi UNCLE SAM AND CALL BALFOUR WiU;!l^lDiscussed in the - 'Legislature Next 'VSSXmti TORIES EffoiU'i Being ies Are AjMnst Recipi OFF 4- Y. m: E a: Meiiii^rship Repreaen'tative of BigMill- To^^Get Busys and Fight 1' w i ' for Imperial s wvf-:';^:.> � ..v.:Union  'Loildoii; Feb. A.-r^Thn British public tada*. through the morning newspaper will: make Jts acquaintance with . ...... full text of the U. .S.-Caiiadian xcci- � the ;budgetsdcbatc isTesumedjtin:.':lhc procity'.agrceiEMti. I......c ,. ....L- ... . icated to the colonial liovcrnor-gcncral toH&fe Solid Op-. 'position it * ; Toronto, Feb. J -Reciprocity, particularly-, thc'lfiiienace ;liat it IS to .....mumm^mm Threie'lHundred MemEera Tile Y.^3I. C.A.^ closed last nigbtone , ^ , - ____ .. ._ . .of tHe most sucqpBsCnl memberahip tho Ontario,^wOt.'bp a live stbiject hen j campaigns ever conducted inf Canada. ^".....' '� � 'in fact, l*thbridge-was the^flrat to irc'-j\'snt (o' the i^ivy ni->lic(i �*|iUo,n and^a-sTved.foi. the chief's a'1' ' ''es?� a.ti! rerorm of the bouse io6 lords and fiiji't locali'ng the A\om..u The woman was, of greatly impVoVfng the comnicicial found.-and. thij imiiiigration oOR""'" ' � .- -7 ... .. . wbhi.aii Mtitlon until he :, was icadv to leave "with liei The -chief and tho imnn^iation olTicei re- u'lation;-. btrlween'the IJnilcd Statfls hold tin- woman imd C:\nni\a. ani\ mnVino-,, hr.hl:nr A e, aniH ,^,^^j.^, ^, west, which is d.aP,ged 1,eu,b.ick The woman went j^^^-, ,mcials' as....rt, ino^hy.slet,c,.andh'n fanned s,e >. vas,,ear,r.i(;() .into;, the chief's privnle' ofhLc.vand Iii,,.T"ller. was seij.t for bv ^_ ,('ContinucjUoii_page ID) PRUSSIA'S POPULATION Herlin, Feb. -1.-J^rnssis has a population of 40,1.^7,373. official .figures voeoi-ded December first, 1010, being made public today. loathe death for imprrmi and",halural un-ion. ' � "- " � ''The' DaiH' Tclt^raph looiis'r\o -u\r-thur .J..Balfour as the only Tiisin'oSi*, the party atilo to deal with the.dilTW icult situation, Mr. Balfour, the Dailv.j Telegraph says, "is greatest with bi.s back to. Uic wall, and he knows , the height and breadth of this crisis,."-. The Liliorals lake a conlcnt boundary-at St. Joh^i'''*i!;b? ' roport'^aaya^the o)^^'^'' tend, this line to tl^af^ap Trains Reach' From That ectioti NEW PLOW Biff Rotary At Clear The Ti Again mm 4i 4. ^ ^ RUNNING SHORT ON FUEL SUPPLY bind the daughter of the nation Hi) ti,',v 1 F'NE BODY OF VOLUNTEERS mother will steadily grow weaker and reiJerates its appeal for the llr.ion-isvs to join, hands in the cause of.-iuir pcrial union. Birrell's Opinion London, Feb. L-lion. Aut^ustiiic Hiripll, spcaXing at Bristol, said,-: "It is our business as head ofi ilie empire to wish Canada all her,enterprises. Let her make the best barr gain slie can. Any .preference: given by UK to Canada ir.ight lead in- the pi-e.sent circuinstaiice.s to dissensions and had blood." ....... supplv tory. the needs of itnmediato tbrni- A MILUON DEATHS DUE TO FAMINE IN CHmA INSPECTORS OF . WEIGHTS AND MEASURES Ottawa, l""oh. 4.--Three asslataut Inspectors of weights and measures have been appointed in the-west-tollo-ws: Wlunipog, P. H. Buote", Calgary, Will. A. Wilson; Koglna,;\Jns. I, .v. Ross. IN SOUTH AFRICA London, Peb. 4.-The Duke of Con-naugnt, speaking at a territorial prize giving, siiHi he had been ver>- much struck in another portion of the em-'plro. Sou:li Africa, with..the very line body of volunteers, the men being good shnis with splendid discipline and fiiie ;ihysique, while many had the advantBse of active service experience, lie was glad that the volunteer ni'-vement started at home fifty y*ars had spread to the different iP.iris of :he empire. Edmonton, Feb. .4,-W. A. Deyl, chief: license inspector for the province, resigned today. He has held the position ever since the province was formed. wen&ieHrolled:atithat time:BSOainem^j pertii'v The,-to&r stands at 550'when tlie papen goes to press! maWng^ a tQ-| tai'Ot%3^new5'meint) the result of the one-day hustle. Oeneral Secretarj- Thomasson saitl tnts morning that Ihe result waa particularly gratlfyins^to him--hecause it shows 'the att!tade-,of tlig community toward the new/^ association. He has always counted "from the'.first onithe young men in th'e^ association to i'eighirig^two>undrcd ih�^i . :iil.>:^wlU(i 1 i ii i ilti d is tlli*^ diiectlj iii sii ih ii if vlit'y onftoMl t n ib' It 1 nnl piiyielimi;,^ ?",,thei ciicii!i ..o^"!^*^] anS "powerful t'riplc^c�p.iii 1011 u. engines insid^ of' hc^i, bnni; ric tairning the hugo^rof.nv 1 nues' blades'at m tuuC iiiKiiiiaiisUi; ^ posed of snidllei bladrti, and thv*^ mous: ce'ntiifugaj./sp^id of tin will faiily niincp the harde':.,,'-A.-.-,-,' J. The only tuiins to aiine ia�t,nicb 01 thi.s moiiimg,\eici ih MPaL'wa.t�g1tjW ((.'Ont.iaued on page 10). en ing^.6(?tl^f|0|!|^?M ,ji;hfe:,ttac|>|ifi^^ roitrd ^:|hii|pe|^^^^pl^^pi^t| the poUcy.vof.,-the!s^WP^h mum ''""I^^Mi to ha^e vessels planned mghf .s^Plyers .^er* both aeijt^^j^ for the Canadian built m.Xlan- PMS^^lMmAf^.^B^^^Jl'':^'''-^^^*-^ ada and that shipyards at this coasi wayT' ,R.porU ai; con- would be given an^bppOVtunitv oIib�iW-Wl�J.*?^.8.~^^S|ft/aFjfeR^tta."west ing .the 1 aeific fleet. ' 1 t^fl F^''artt>:?3't.fife^^ On(�A�l 1 Nanking, ChYn'a, 'Fob. 3.--;That the dca 1 hs due to. famine ai: ill ,the .pestilence following 111 its iwnke will, total 1,000,000 heforc sp\i-/ig -was-v,'.the rsiiniaie subujitted to the relief: corh-iiiiiice here today.-; .iRtilicf. , workcr-s nil- aghast at tlie realization, of the-' ui'-;.- before thcur. li'�ii were, -thev' -'111 receipt ot iinlimiti'fl contnhtitioiis fur iriiei, the nussiciiiarU'S, doctor.s ;:a:id oihi"- voliinlepr workers would he,. � ainiosi liiijielrss in IVie face oi almost ^ a,jOC,iJtM.i .Millcruig i/t(opIe 'in thc^An-"-: / hill and Kiam' Su provinces. ..'^lurder is now adding to the death'rpll, reported Willuun -huikin, Prcs*vtcrian missionarv. at .Siioliien. In,desperation 01 the lack of food, )\ir-/sald the natives have formed marauding bands who stop way Hirers and pli'ifider houses. In many towns persons weaving good clothes fear to go 011 the street at aighti lest tliev be slri/iped of their .' garinenl.s. Scores of in stances in ' kidnapping have been ic/)orteri. All , but,tiho very well-to-do i;ii the alTeci-i ed. districts have been rtxfftueii to gruel ' foodaiid a large-portion �i the peasants liavo not aven tlijit; SHIPMPTS SHOW A BIG FALLING OFF Medicine Hat, February' 4.-f hV'decadenre in the stock industry In the Medklne^Hat district is even 1'^. '/^?,i"fiJ!?l.''L?''if'^/A-"''^.*""''^'"" �f the homesteader very forcibly. The statemenrof even more marked "iifr'^i''' ^T^jr^^o;:^^^ :'sirowrthrt'=o Thipm^itrhaVTd^ S'^,.^' Sheep Wool Shipments in 1909- 1375 20000 From' Medicine Hat 4630 .....  Sufl'ield .... Shipments in 1910- From Medicine Hat . Dunraore ---- ' Sutfield ...... Grasy Lake .. IrVtno ....... " Walsh ....... Bow IkIuikI . .. " Bull Head ... " , Sev�'i PersoiiB Totals- Horses. 289C 421, 36i .188 7S 2,07 l,y (1 � Cattle 7-70. 4311 711 a,S4 2001 �2 8 ;i'440 till " 9412 74935 80000 Coleridge WoodpecUer Grassy Lake " Irvine .... " Walsh .... Totals- 3(J-7S. :S8St - 19968 171933; Decrease iu 19M ..... .^r Horses Cattl 254. 699 .... 848 332 7204 lOi. 18,8.' , ' 79il 970 297 337 240J 4997 L4014 ........ 1319. W33 � Sheep 50r Wool 3-140 7404 2t>;io � 89300 1U09PS loa-14 J 90298 15363 OPEN BREAK BETWEEN THE KING AND HIS MOTHER, London,- Feb. -l.-^Biigland'.iis:;stirred:;.Although those, reports .did,:;*iiot._,.|jl^ as rarely before hyvanjannoiinccmcnt" into print in tlio British:.nevv.sp�!;e that tlip Dowager,:, Qhcenlj'widqwfe^ they -a-ere commonly Itnownfiaiji:''."!;, s King Kdward, .would .not attend tlie ed the chief topic of gossip"Jii ibm* coronation of,.hcrvson,- King--!:Geoi-;;o. and at aristocratic gliheriBgs.i'jS'^ This is the latestsmQve: in-the battle The Dowager Qijeen occup*eJ*J{^^jK^ for social. siipTeni^cy-hciug'Avaged jv lugham Palace iongi-afiei iihe-;^!^^ Queen Mary 'and (Jueen Alexandui. when accordingyto custom, s^^^imti^^ Court leaders dufitig!the. reign of Kd- have loft there;: :This;i.and^othtpS'it ward .!are .suppor't-iiig the Do.vagii lia\o solely tiiert thc_ piitiej-c'J Queen �and from indications di.stinci; l-Cing George; aiidy,th�Si fov^tC^fc ,soeial,sci,s may grow oiit of the bit-, until an opeiv,:i:Up.tjirejha�.riM^�U ter quaircl in the royal family. | It is .rumored? .therp}.�iiii^(l^ '�^ .llmosr immediately afif-r the death social conns'' in;.KnplaiKJ'{^^ Quoen Alexandra,-a.sp}��^Am of.King ISdward, ruinors of friction ho-tween the two t^ucens bpitao eurreii'*. ,i�if-..,, the wife of llie'rfigiiiujrin Ik ;