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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHHRIOUE, ALBEUTA, WED.NESDAY. I-'EBIUIAUY I, 111! I CENTS Xiunder Hi GRAFTING A KING ON THE PEOPLE OF mmi'J. ll is [ilantu-.I by tliLroiJCUll tcj )f U'tecl us Kliu; of Albaui.i. to have wilor mid oll.u- wHli preat fc'id show. Mis lival for llirour- JV-iba, who wiili 15.VOO troops la lu kliarwe oi the country. il is Hgref-J lu i'rliiffc William, lu which uthrom JIH-LI ivSM be an occasJun sicut Kune (iels He- Whirh Maki's 'Him Foci Good Chains alfalfa and or- iginator of ILe now famous Ktax." did not become cxcSltJ when. read lt> tho Chicago Tribune au :ic- lount his marvellous success with Ihls' now species of lir.scetl oil pro dticcr, but'when lio road a letter from the far oft Peace Illver country, ask- jnp for a samnlo of (he srain, be felt a or nnd real Tlio flame of golden flat ins spread fioui ocean to ocean, anil Mr. Kane Jma leen besieged with orders and jcqtiests for samples. The exhibits ]J'Q has ?ent to fairs and shows all the country liavp a tine led much iiltcntlon, aud havo been tho Bill "of very complimentary rc-cognitiou by llio presa'and seed dcalc-re. .Mr. Ka n o h J B L1 pen B eK LU s lb o flax al u bushel. whiili la a mighty Rood bin he rather have tho satisfaction o.' ing a re auch as ho received yesterday eel! f. hundred bushels, because ho Hies to help a fellow farmer results, c-speci.iliy when that farmer is in an isolated district. In tiie various reports tellii.a; of the cony DADTV iH rui'il.v O; Advertising unit Dill'er- en( TCDDHDlTrn DV !UNKNOWN MAN BADLY Alluu iiraimm t Do ;is Lili-i era Is: Did I5ul They j I'scd 'ards at nr Kingston snort- s-wr returns ot the tllc bye tbttion in Chateau- City Treasurer, iwlwd of JJ50.COO. TOre. apparently of the. "1 am'iiulte ivilling lo leave the bal- mice o[ thfl recent bond sale of nOO.OO to tho. judgment ol those understand tho bond busings and the, L.ra-t No lime, and lo the fin A Wilson Siilinj; ai.d Hel i U A h I Iast i ll fl U f I IthP firM in Uu- Just U 11 f 11 I itbrw ilavs i course of a statement by 1'rc-j mier'Asquith at the reassembling oU pailianipnt. The tlic Ilcr- nM is in politic.'ii circScs as patticuSprly significant since it- coin- cnles ivilli Uie arrival in Glasgow ot values had, in opposition, very -n 1 1 r V- stroasly criticised Mr. Droileur for Dcratd Drilled LOURSel tor thi, sort tiling no, they to Mail SET FIRE TO TWO HISTORIC BUILDINGS IN SCOTLAND ON WEDNESDAY Glasgow, Fch. fires, the v.crk e? llat.son caused ]icj.vy ilnTi.agc ia the tij? boat j-nt'l ho'Jght by the for su: ulierior reason ur another. Mr. Reid was' not able lo thr bCeu cit eigh Uic aUivn. at .0 to matter and-give fair To refute the stateir.enL made Is as easy as 'rolling off a. log; hut would lake too niufh of my time nnd loo much of your valuable space." llring En.uads of soldiers were or- tlererl lo Firo volleys into order to prevent' the formation of crowds in the streets, anil by this moving from place lo place. In tho vicinity of San Ptidro churcli civilian byatander was klited hy a bullet. Great alarm prevailed throughrmt the ilay. Banks and stores were clos- t-U and private houses were barred. Tho street cars, however, runr.lng before noon. IMS Fftll CLARK'S FOURTH WIN PUTS HIS RINK INTO THE JEWELRY CLASS famoiiF, for its Imiidical and Uoman ruins. first lire in a drawing room of castle, fiervaiits, awakcnrtl by the IhicV smoke, extinguished tlic Maze alter a number oi valuable, pictures an it sonic ancient furniture liad been de- stroyed. Shortly afterward, another magnificent mansion, the House of Ross, which was temporarily ur.occu- picii, vfts consumed ivitn aU its con- tents. A IMrd case of occurred in Pertnshlre, later in the day, when Saint Killaml, a fine mansion, "was destroyed. Tbc IIOUEO was the riro- jierly of Stirling fcoyd, wliosc wife formerly was and now is vice-president of the anli-sutfrage'tte Eeagne of Edinburgh. A placard left on the grounds inscribed: "A warm welcome lo the reference being to "his iirriva! in Scot- land lo make a speech. BRITISH GOVERNMENT HAS AS- SURANCE THAT PLOT IS HATCHING IN SOUTH AFRICA BEFORE HIGH COMMISSION- ER IS APPOINTED PROV- INCIAL MEN SEEK CHANGES London, 4.--The govern men t has received assurance that the La- bor leaders in South Africa are plan- ning to seize thti soveriinient anil pro- claim ,1 labor ropublle. Kvery possi- ble jireraiilion MlK he quietly taken to prevent tiie being carried out. IT IS FINE DOPE TO STAND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Ottaw.1, Out., Kcb. govern- ment's bill for tho hat fiscal year outside; of the ordinary business of the depnrlmentH amounted to no k-ss than Over four hiindrcJ lawyers shaved In the Ainung tbe largest, pbarer.-! mny lie mentioned -Mr. S. Trice, SI .Thomas, law partner of the Minister of Labor, Manna, Lcs- ner ft McKinlay of. 3ftrnb. tlio lirm of tlio Onlario Provincial Secre- tary. M303; A. hold I (iirf-ct coniTLiunicatHin the Col- Feb. 1- Tlir senaln onial offices, their position in other comtiiiltvc on banking and currency being one of considerable lortay on HID Owen niorci independence than tiiat of Ihtlr bill, (IcsiRWil to prohibit thr use oi of thn Canadian nrovinecp. llic unfit Wt or harmfu tions. Eor further use 'of ul stock CKchanec unlawful McNaljb, 11 Ilruce 7. 10; lloyil, II, H1UCWKHV t'lnrk, 13 McCiillocIi, 11. 1'ACrNtlKI.O .Md.eoil. 12; Held, The 2 30 [Iraw on uhidi ]ilaj' wa in progress at tlic- time of goir.fc ti uas as lollops vs. (Ta Olsnrt, (hVrnii (HI AM) l-'rrrman, Ilru-cc, Wilson, (Cran-J BITTERLY ASSAILS USE OF FORCE TO QUELL STRIK- ERS IN MINING CAMPS Feb. mciit by court martial in fu- reoer.t Ftrlhe in (ho coal fields of Vir- ginia was characterised by Senator Itonih In an nddioss to the Senate today a "blolcli, isolated nns] in- famous1' on the lifalory ct Inc state. "Xo be inadn, no iilll- mate good accomplished in to labor in enieriieiu-Ees the well fiuanuiteefi rights of tie- Che Senator, who was a nn-m- bcr o( the committee which fjnlerl renditions In Hie Creek WinnijiCK. Man.. Feb. 1 IDII. .tos- cjili Martin. iHcraber for St. I'an- mis In Hrlllsh parliament, is thn ciiy en route liorno for the open- ing of the HOIIFC, lie tenves for thp c.isl tonlshl. Mr. Martin has si-cnl months at the Pacific coast. "While U may have the, effect, through mere bintc force, of apparent- ly ouclihiK for a thnu.the disturbance. IVal. vs. Ilrucc, u dlvoices the citizen from tlic Blntc, Tlip ate runnlni; afong with- JI lMVCS resentment mid revenge, oil- (Hit n hitch ar.rt tomorrow will see tcrness anarchy among thwn Ilin on ils way-to the fin- j respect and devotion, iu tlic main coiurelitioos, the cannot live." FIVE BURNED IN MINNESOTA FtRE ISETnlilji.'Mlnti., Kco. lit a fire which dcslrovcil tfie hotel al Kellhcr, early this morning. fiso mon were killed and sov- en seriously ijurl. TKfi injur- crl men have been brought to Si. Arithony'a Siopinlal here. WILL KEEP TROOPS AT BORDER W., Feb. or- ders for the of its trooi-H the issued by the War departineni. until i3 arc. by ss, tn coinmnnd there. "Voe.1 "Have j'o'i nu-t one of the members of tins House who hna.also bended in his rcsi-iinlion, a member named J. O, replied t'jc. after "Have ever me! a certain tlcman living at tbo Krontcn- j ac. 'A'lioie name j >ir. Ileranl drummed i'.ie table ner-' voufiy with his finders and par.ied fully a uiiniiie before he rerrllrj. "On tfie advice of my lawyer, de- clare that I re-fuse tt> amvA'cr a (jues- wiiicl! might incriminate me, nnil (bis to all The witness rnainiaiiicii this Hide IhrOHMOUt the innnfry, with the xcoj.Uon that he fiave a ilecleive Nn" to the ciicslion ag lo whether ie or nn agreement or largnln or to'sliov; liinl Ir. Mousppiiu n-ceived.or WKS to rt- :ivc ir.oncy lo aid ill tbe nassase of ,e Mil. Heaman was c.i-.f- 1'i.vic har.i's iiis atid vas aiter a bold bad Lorse n his mind, Her.ce. llic slar and the On Tuesday iie broke Loose in the Ivk-iiiLir of Siding. He was jtrniliiig his aud thought he jluiil him almost in the clutches ot the jlaw. From house to house lie made. i his Eurch, and fed biin- ivcll. He would go into a e whether tlie men-folk were t or not, plank his gun down un the table hesiiie him. and ast if a bail man had been wandering about in that locality. On being informed' tiiat the man Sam wanted had not preceded him, he would ask for something to eat, and he got liDil the founlry tetroiized. JThai star wab something new Id .le oi Wilson Kidir.g. It almost- caused" several rases of heart failute on tht; r art oi1 t he wonrcri o i hou ats where -he was fed. .At, last Sir. liigclow called up Police Iisrp, and Superintend-, lent Wilson despatched a man afUr [he "deputy The coat, irnced him ftom house lo Louse, cuidx :ate last evening came to Piche and- Miron's slaughter hous? iiear Six-. Mile Cuulec. Wnnl had reachcO ihc. residents tbrre that bad man.was headed way, anil the doors TSEEC- .rricadrd on his arrival. The police- man foHowril him from Ilierc, aiiJ; picked tip Hie wanted man heading for Lelhbridge. The chase hail lasted from 1-30 till 3.30. tlcaman appeared btforc Inspectur- Limlsay- this morning thaigdl whli 'A vug, and with carrying con- cealed weapons. He was found Ruilly aud remanded until Thursday iap for sentenrp. Iu tlie meantime- thr police vf-ill ir.a'sc an effort to Icaru whellicr the lias lireu guilty uf tlicfts. iJeainan says he lias lived in Canada for 12 years, anrt must have at one. in -ihc.. service OL Unrlr. witness Ihc star, inscribed "Deputy Sheriff." Mrs. X. II. Murray, wife of the proprietor oT the Alevar.dra tel, 'vas o: ladies by Uraman- 'lleiore led last night, far- tners hati rural telephones, kept, Wilson's phone ringing jhe arrest- liad Veen KING RAISES HIS FARM HELP WAGES London. Kr.-., l.fls ordt-rffl IncreaFed and a Saturday half holiday to tbo laborers OIL tbc eslnte. This slarl of a movcir.ent fur thy improve- ment of laborers' toJj'Jitiou? IF otl by the i-rcss. MUST KEEP UP EXPENDITURE Ens..' SroaWiig-hero tonight. Sir Kcl- 'ward mado extentlrd rr- ferenct! to Hie navy tiv.cslEun. and paid that other nations 4" M oil Id reduce their nxiienili- on l( Urcat 'Uritain did. v made, and heaved sighs relief wheu SETTLED DOWN FOR LIFE httwitt. Altn.. Keb. Amos envitt aad Ktleon Pi'.liijs; both cavitt, married at "Cards net wf-ek by President Kdward .1. The yoiniR couple '.vill re- side at l.t-avitt. The grown recently returned tioiu a missionary 'journey to tho Netherlands, where he rei-re- ted the Latter D-iy Salnls. their friends J0'11 wEdiing tln-ni a nwt I rosptrous and liapp future, ficrm.iny, Feb. Ijfe sentente in for the criin- inally insai.i-e was here. icday on a school learner named IWazticr. Mho on September J. [setting Tire to tl.e viil.ige nf MueM- I Wurl'.'nibnrg, tnurdrrril his wife and tour chiMrcn ai.d aftetu-jrds 1 if! villagers, killing tm of tlicin. 'he court trvmA "Wanner was inc- L Isponsible wltcn he coRiiifiticd 'the i PREMIUMS ON LOANS Fell. Issues art al tl'o folloivlni; of Canada. Montreal. Xorth Vancouver. Sonlii Vancouver, J'i; (rrtat Kaslfivii. 1; Province of Trunk r.ici'lc oE persecution." OR. TORY'S ADDRESS ___.. The Voard o? Inn- clieou tin at t to bn Addressed by Ur. Tory, u-lU It held at the Letbbndge hotel, instead of tiie dra, as ar.ounced. Dr. Tory is (o gpc3k on OtiP of the coming live the tioHliVal ff ff -Q V ;