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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .TOLUMEXIU, TWELVE PAGES THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1WO NUMBER 47 Premkr MM Ttfl. Wtat Italy Is Doing to Econ- omic StabUtfy WILL PAY EVERYTHING IF, GIVEN REASONABLE TIME RO11H, Feb. Associated FIFTYAREKILLEDINGeritiiSny Adopts Attitude WREGKINFMNGE DIJON, France, Feb. persons were killed and 30 injured today in a head-on coflisiou between an express train uid a {retail train at Perrigny-sur-L'Ognon, about 21 miles etttoi Dijon. Bordeh Visits Downing Street Spy Has to Lie Says v, i; 1 91V 1 Judge in reg 1 rial WINNIPEG, Feb. crocs-examination Nlltl, In a lengthy I the witness, Corporal Zanelb, of to. the Associated ROTai Northwest Mounted Police: yesterday on tho economic situation, y R. A. Bonnar, K.C., B.'J. McMurray "I axree wltK many in the letter, of Secretary of the Treaanrj' Glass, Eddresfied to the Ata'arlcsji Chamber -Of Oomnierce. Europe mist be of.lnialcd by the spirit of joace. Tbe present .state of rnind cannot con- tinue above all, !t Is 1m- ncniiblu .to prolong .munb. ?tlrth0r fltuhtlon. llaly hai set aa example, underiUndlnc necaiilly. "We. flrst 'nnunfe all Ae oattona of Kurope, have .adopted tbe (aiatlon. ore raising sufflc- ieht to pay: the 'Interest on our debts and also our, expenses. 'P'or each new debt wo have adriced aei- taxation. We'" are equilibrium ol tho national budget and if we could count on favorable circumstances, should be the first nation on the Eur- opean continent to balance our income end "We have just launched a great loan In order to .withdraw treasury notes from circulation .and reduce .the pSpcr currency. Subscriptions to this Joan already amount to lire enabling us tovwilhilraw from treasury notes and Decrease' paper currency. We liayo never cast any doubt as to our pay debts contracted in Eng Wnd'an'diAnrtrlfa; We haVe'only reasonable postponement.'! 1-j s'country. which has mad Bacrihcea 'like ours to have ImmeiJiaie r 'unreasonable 6 )-R.. td A. Prltcbard, be- upttd moraine' session" of the' rlko admitted thtt he vas a Bpy; tbat he lied Juat u often u neces- ary for him'to keep op his. "camou- age" or as'often as "tbe tnati-would ot fit." Under re-examination, by A. Andrews, the witness said that e could not get the InfonnaUon with- it lying. Mr. Bonnar'objected and his lord- hip pointed out to Bonnar that a spy ad to lie. "How about tbe pien "who entered unjusC-buV'lur-iall that. we. do.no il' diily. Wo are unts" of ''those ja'td that to owe money vras io be i isiave. We won't be slaves even to ou liest' friends. We desire to return soon as possibio what we borrowed. "The United .States, however, mus understand' the' situation clearly. A1 egotistic spirit now animates the na ions, the war not having brought tha solidarity which should havo resnMe from trials endured together.' gary. He was asked it ha endeavored to stir up the foreigners to rescue Pri (chard, and was .answered in the negative. S Reputation N. W. M.P. Corporal Zaiielh'waa asked If it was true lhat two mounted policemen wero on (rial for perjury. This question was ruled out, 'and Mr. Andrews, In his objection accused Sir. Bonaar 'of, trying to carry on In side tha court what-. his client. Bray. was carrying on ouliide Ihe court. HU lordship informed Mr. Donnar that if he wished'to try to EIVO the ropula- tion of perjurers to tho Itoyal North west .Mounted Police, be would let blm make the attempt. Tho witness said that in masquerad- ing as a Socialist ho liait' told lies whenevertho truth did not fit. Toward Allies Jerlin Cabinet Through Noskc, Minister of War, Echoes Von Lersner's Action on Extradition of War Allied Likely to Adopt Harsh Measures. LONDON, Feb. Birmingham, lard high chancellor, and Sir attornty-ftntral, itft London for Paria this afUrnoan. Their followed a cabinet tourcll at which the German attitude oiTthe and Into which the lord h'gh chancellor iind the attorney-general were catle j for consultation. Pritchard then commenced con-jcross-exainlning the witness His ha German lines? 'Tho Germans, my ord." "The position Is ,the tailed bis lordship, ''whether the (Cross-examination went Into details ol demy Is external or internal." the Btsierous meetings. Rifles In Calgary Feb.-'B.-rlBy Canadian court .resumed moraine Corporal' Zanelh'.-.Iloyal North i Vest Mounted was'agaih called o the stand in of the strike' eaders. accused 'of seditious cousplr-. acy. Bonnar, K.G., counsel for! he defense, cross-examined-'the ncE3, who stated 'that.ue "was a >er ot Local 80.of the Socialist party' n Canada in Calgary. '.This organisa- .party, he said. MrX'Boniia'r (jueVtioned" tbe wlir.css whether or a' "wolf in-'sheep's which brought i X'1 i LONDON, 8 Cana- dian Burden, prime mlnltUi1 of iCinidi, vmted 10 Downing (tiW today .s fhullding.. His con- versation with" Joe'Knight'.in1 this" matr ter toot place and the next riioniins.he'aaid lie hail seen about. 30 ritles in'ihp building hanging on Mr. Bonnar" .examined Ihe "wilnesi on the arrest' ot Pritcliard In Cal- ASQUITH NEEDED ON OPPOSITION IN BRITISH HOUSR T.ONDOX, Feb. Canadian Uatlj; Telegraph (Coali- tion) regrets that Mr. Bonar Law rihoulu'have aent tbe Unionist candid- ale sit I'aisley a letter of encourage- ment, seeing'lhat .he is not a coali- tionist candidate.' The Telegraph con- siders Mr. Asnuilh's Declaration ro.- canllnr; Ireland In' view of the' fact lhat .he Is ready to grant dominion home rule and Is willing to rick the creation of the Irish republic, but these' things, adds the Telegraph, ilo not outweigh our conviction that the opposition benches are barren or effective criticism without him. There fore..we hope to-soe him returned. Wife of Methodist Church sMinisirr Called to' Her. Reward lAfler a lingering Illness; covering period of several -mouths- I hern passed away rather suddenly at Van Haarlem hoapilal on afternoon, Mary Houcci-a t'cndrle. be- loved wife of Rev. Win. Buchanan. of ibis city. The end had been ex-, peeled for i some and a few days ago the sons of (he (aiuiiy Iiacl beeni called lo the bertsiiJo but a' rally raised hopes tbat she would live tn see an- other spring in spile o( her advancing The late Mrs. Bnch.inan born at Mlllbroolc, county, On- tario, on Sept. 15, seventy one years On Sept. 23. Mary Rebecca Ontario Are Divided On Vote Question TORONTOIr-: Feb. 5. There loema to dhU'on In tha rinks cf the.ta'nippranca reopls of. thts't'ly i whether there shou d bs another referendum In Outarla on tie liquor question or nut. A tpeciflicpmniiiislon of the Ontario Sraiick' of- tbe Domuifon Alliance yeslefda'y.Tenorted to the executive committee against har- ing (akcn because tbe hi'l pasied bv the Dominion parliament its last session vas ragarled 4s 'uiliy and not n-eet- ing rements o' the pro- hiultluuls'i Thia jrecbm- out ibe con- ajfnlon, 1 rweek: The rcterendum ccimmlttee Is 'of another oplolon 'on the quesllon and ,L wants another vote taken. Fab. be- tween the allied powen and Ger- many to havi arrived at a >i i reiiuit of the refuul of Baron von Leraner, head of tho German delegation here, to for- .ward-to. Berlin; the namet of Gtr- mana whoce extradition Is da- mahded.by the'entente. This in- cldenl .apparently finda an echo in the attitude of tha Berlin eabl- .'net, which la reported in London dlcpatchea to have expressed through Gustay Notke, minister of defend, teeming to the powen. Baron von Leraner left for the German capital last night. Tha Hit of Germane aceuMd, of violations of the lawa of war, whoie arraignment Is contemplat- ed by been i-nt to Berlin direct by the council of ambaaiadors. It 1> pointed out here that 'meaiurea intended to compel'Germany to carry out the extradition cjiiuea of the Ver- tiillej treaty will be adopted, but there no iritlmstion at to their, nature. SURRENDER IMPOSSIBLE BERLIN, Feb. tho con: cluaion of lait njaht'i cabinet j i t IW a young man wlio had just Senator Kendrick- Predicls That tered (he Methodist Cliurcb mini Pendrio married (lev. Win. JJ. Fouler Teils U. F. tlidn n v.-tnnf innii hurl v.iof P-. e KINO'S COLLEGE TilAIN BUILDING ON FIRE WINDSOR, N. S., Feb. broke out shortly after 3 o'clock thli afternoon in the main build- ing of the University of King's' College here and early are that the building it doomed, owing to the lack of water cnn- frequent upon prolonged cold wea- ther. BIG THEFT NEW YORK, Feb. vault of the PiKshurg Steel company In thV'Equltabte Building wa> looted laat night by burglara, It wu I learned today, A large turn In securities wan stolen. Tho Equit- able Building, which Is In tha; heart of the financial dlttrict, the New York branch of the Faderal Reasrve bank. Adoption of Next Likely CASPBn, Feb. President Wilson if ready-, to accept "any reas- onable reservations'.'' lo Ihe pcaco treaty, Senator Kendrick of Wyo- ming, at.the central committee meeting here. He prodicleil ailop'ion of tbe treaty and the League ot Nat- ions covenant..by Ihe Senate next week. r Senator Kendrick declared the 'Sen- ate attacks on the attitude ot Japan, Great Britain and Francs wore Justified and asserted: "Sinister International complica- tions would exist If the same criticism were visited upon tnls country by oth- er powers." ministry, the lalo Airs. Bu- chanan staunchly supported him in charges at FragerviJIe, Warsaw. Hose A, Price Is Being Dealt With Veb. Tlie Trenton, lleaford, Alllnion, Don Mills and otlier points throughout Ontario, gaining n wirtt circlo of friends who wilt moi'rn with Ihe hushaml and familv lu '.h loss. istry Real seealon a membar of the govern- ment Informed the correspondent of the Aaoclittd Preu that the were unanimout In'de- claring that aurrender of the rnen demanded by the alfiet In the un- official Hat received here, or'any other extradition lltt. was an yt- ter physical Impotalblljty, GERMANS TO SEND NOTE LONDON, Ftb. cabinet has decided to' send other note to tha alliea calling' at- tention to the fatal which would eniueuBon-extrsdl- tion of tbu Germana'demanrfed for trial by the alllet for war cflmei, according Ib a Berlin ditpatch to the Exchange Telegraph. Parla Opinion PARIS, Fab. ailvlce Jtato that Sir Auckland Geddes.imln- ater ot national service and recon- struction in the Brithb' has declared In an address at Andover lhat Holland might be re- quired to put former Emperor William on some island out of Europe. Whclh- cr be expressed Ihe view of the; Brit- ish government is not Hnown. The refusal of Barcn yon Leraner, lead of Ibc German pence delegation, to transmit to Berlin tbe list ot per- >OQB whose extradition Is demaudc'd, is considered by Paris news.napers as i personal incident. .There how- ever, evidently a disposition ,-pp the part or the editors Sioi- withstandlng the disapproval; of tbe 3ermau government of tbe barons ac- tion, it will not tend to encourage thu national movement in Germany. They also speculate on tlio question whether the Bauer cabinet has not conceived a hope that the incident might-induce the allies to reconsider; Ihelrilebisjoiv, Journals are nnanltrious'irvdeniand- Ing that the allies must rtrotit'hy.iiu incident and I'speat Cresolutely ,-nml Deplores Class Political Action Of Ontario Farmers, Says Wm. Smith, M. P. DECLARES FARMERS ARE WELL OFF NOW TORONTO, Feb.- is all this fu'u asfceo' Wil- liam Smith, M.P. for. South On- tario, pretldent of the ataoclatlon, here lait.night, when referring to the United Farmers of Ontario "Aa a farmer, I think It ia un- fortunate that one clais hat been tet'agalnct other claaiec In thla Mr. Smith. "Some may think thct the: Interests of the ha've'been neglected in ihe past, but ai a matter of fact, farmers were never sc well off as they are now. If farmera deilre to secure.political power, by all means [et them go to H, but no one clest can obtain perma- nent control. Still I wish all iuc- cess to the attempt that is bring made." Mr. Smith, who has been presi dent of the association alnce its inception, declined re-election, and John A. Bogg, of Queensville. wac selected to succeed him. R. W. Wade was rt-elected secre- tary. ElectioneeririKJctearly" in exacting T- ot fie clauses of the-Versailles treaty. SnEj65tfons are 'made by" lh.j_Malin Swing ncath, Warkworlh, Norwood, Ilrighton. letter has be'eii received from Sir Geo r-ranlml Mejfnnl UarVitalfl I H Foster In to the U. V. A. convention resolution approving 'C'- (orls of A. B, Wilson, seed grain pur- chasing-agent, to get seed wheat for fartnerc in drought districts at per bushel: heg lo acknowledge tho receipt of your telegram of the 24llt instant After being aclivo !ti (ho min- o( his church iinlll near tlia three-score and Sen mark. Rev. Mr. Buchanan retired and cauie trt live near his sons, in June. 1915, and since lhat time the aged couple; bed lived in I.elhliridge, with the cicop- tlon ol a short tlm6 in Kdmonton; KLBNSBERG.'-'-'SchleswIS-HoliicIn, Feb. Associated jleblBclte swing recalls cam- Both sides are waging a vigor- ous conlest; making charges nnd coiin- using every politiral trick lo gain tho desired end. Feel- Irig Ihe provocative flag- waving and. proclamations which ac- companied, tlie. advent of the Interna- tional'1 Commission In Vlensbcrg, have virtually ceased. In the the rival fac- tions regularly attempt to capture each other's meetings, resulting occasion- ally in broken heads. Hut nobody ex- liects serious trouble, Tbe commis- sion, lo prevent tbe influx ot profca- agitators from Germany and Denmark, 'has forbidden noffrcsidenls lo participate in electioneering on pen- alty of deportation. The nidln slnigglo centres In Flens- berg. A newcomer-gels tho notion that Hcnstaorg is thoroughly German, hut Investigation indicates that this ia more apparent than real. Ono rarely lic-ara Danish spoken; even the Danish campaign doJgers aro printed in Germiin. Nevertheless. Danish sen- tinicnt cxlsls among a considerable elenjc-nt of the population. Tlio' Danes tggestfo' and Vlclolro that (he allieJ, in Ihs event of. Germany's refusal to surrender those acdu'sw'- of crimes, could coniinue lelt bank of the P.hine and collect iaxes'whiio there. The Demanded Kcb. Is the list of persons demanded ex'tra'dl-1 froni -the German governmen.t: Karl Acghi. Duke Albrecht of W.urt- lemburg; Submariue Commander Ar- nold De la Gen.' Coiml Slxtj you Arnim, Gen. CJonnt Joliann von Bernstorff. former ambassador to the United Stales; Dr. Belhmann-Hollweg, former Imjicrinl cliaMellor; Gen. von Tlesselcr, Count Illsmarck, Gen. von Boehni, Gen. YOU Bolhner, Crown 1'rinco Iluppret-ht of liavarla, the Duke ot Mecklenberg, Gen. von Gallwitz. Alfred von Glaz- nappe, Otto von Goherg, tleu. von Gravenilz, Geu. Count Ilacsclcr-Mam- niersleln, Dr. Hanlel vou Hamansou, the Grand Duke of Hesse, Field Slar- shal von Hlnrlenburg, whose "extradi- tion Is demanded by France and Bel- gium; Gen- von Bredou', IJernhart Tpn Shellendorf. Gen. Olio lluelow, Ad- miral von Capellc. Gen. Groener. Gen. von Daimling. Knver Pasha, Princo Krnest ot Saxony, Gen. Falkenhausen, Gen.' Falkenhayeu, 1'rinco Frederick Canadian Silver Goes- at; 'Par However Situation is Soirtewhat Better with roferctico to (be price to bo explain this phenomenon as1 tile result charged for seed grain. Tlia matter lot 55 years.ol Prussian, riilo with its Is' now belug given full consideration by tho Canadian wheat board whom 1 have lakeu It up." MUCH LA GRIPPE BUT' NO TLU IN PORT AflTHUR POUT AnTHTTR, OnL, Keib. hundred rasofl of la grippe aro report- ci hero byjclty health authorities, who ntalo lhat not one of these cases la of the type of of last year, c- NO COMEDY IN THI91 inhibiting c'lect upon non-German ul- Icranccs. It Is only natural." they say. Head of Famftus Clan Fought With Canadians During the Great War' NEW YORK, Feb. T.HacNell, of the a-id Battle of Arras. Three cont, bealdeo Ihe' sorrowing husband, rempiln to mourn their loss, William A., b! bridge; V.. 1'. liuchanan, of Wlhnlpsg. and Stanley A. IlttchariBU, ol ton. Funeral serrlces irlll bo held In tho city afler -which (ho rcmp.lns .will ho laken lo deceased's old homo nl Mill- brook. Ont., for inlormont. ADVOCATES CAPITAL LEVY ON INCOMES J.ONDOX, Feb. Canadian Had Rail on C. and E, Puts the Whole Train Off No One Injured E1MONTON. Teh. a hrok en rail caught tea flange of Ihe rear driving wheel o( the engine on ot 1'riissia, Prince August of llohen zollcrn, Prince Kllel. Freldrlcb NEW YORK, Feb. on demand bills for the English pound sterling which tumbled yes- terday-to the low record of opened today at 1-4 and rose 1o 1-4 at the end of the first hour, The discount rate on Canadian money In New York opened at 17 1-2 per cent this morning. The last figura quoted yesterday 17. Ship Cotton Back to U. S. MANCHESTER. England, Feb. The Manchester Guardian's Liverpool market report says the drop 1n'Am- erican exchange "Is pnlting an efTtc- tlvo and very definite stop on any ideas ot Importing colton under (lie ruling conditions." "Tho extreme seriousness ot tlie sit-. the article continues, "can more readily be understood when it is' realized tliat experiments now are being made- to ship cotlon hack from Liverpool to the United Slalcs. In fact this operation is considered prac- ticable, owing lo the exchange rjues- o'itlpn. H eiupliaslze.s tlie extent ot Ihe I difficulties under which merchants are Germany, Prince Oscar of llphonzol-1 working on Ilila side." Crisis la Near LONDON, Feb. reduction llobenzollern, the Crown Prince ,1cm. Gen. von Iliilicr, Isinael Hakki Pasha, Gen. von Kiuck, Gen; von 1-iii- JOURNAL OF THE EMPIRE APPEARS siilgcii, Gen. Lutleudorff, Field Mar- shal von Jlallzahn, Gen. Baron Kurt von Mantcufiel. Gen. von dor MarwilD; von rvIolUie, von Mongclas, Robert Jloralli, 1'cb. Canadian was issued yesterday for tho first time tho Journal ot Par- liaments of (ho Empire, summarizing tho work of overy parliament in tho empire during Its last session. The Journal consists of 2'i'j pages, of which tho imperial parliament claims S3, tlie Dominion parliaments 30 to 60 each. Tho journal will appear quarterly. KltcnlngJ, cliairmnn (Calgary-Edmonton ,C. ,P. K. train lant of the huge armament firm of Cam- night al S o'clock. Just foutli of Kile EIGHT LITTLE CHILDREN DESERTED BY PARENTS Company, advocates _ to ia "Tha iovy on largo incomes which rived here yesterday on tho sloamer Columbia ot the Anchor Wne, from OSAtgovr, ScotUad, MbtlUe, Ire- land. Mr. XacNell, -who was llsulerant In tbe Canadian Engineers during the the head of the fam- ous cian, -which has beeii in existence- slnco 800 A.D. He Is 30 yeers of age. ANGEf.ES, Cal., 5. Burgew, a motion pic- lure aclor, wan Instantly killed at Boverley Hills here toaar when he foil 700 feet from an airplane on which he was per- forming lu tho making of a comedy. While he at the front In 19U, his father (Hod, It.wM not until last Jnly that be was to visit the old cutle of tbe IsIs- of in the Hebrides Islands, where 2800 ,fellow clansmen turned out with pipes and other musical Instruments to acclaim him. Ha cald (hat members of the clan livo in.Canada and tho Unit- ed Statea. Mr. MaoNell Visll' Washington anil (hen BO to Florida for a real, rcjucu Inflation and tho coal NO TRADE WITH SOVIET RUSSIA COPENHAGEN, Feb. mark, Norway, Swssisn, Finland and Holland have, agreed they will not resume trade with Soviet Ruwla' before Ruacla'c debts to nationals of those countries have been paid or !l la learned An invitation conference to be held won at Geneva will be Isiued to govsrn- menta of nil European countrlta and the United States and H ,ls proposed to reach an agreement concerning action to be taken 'on this question. slio. tho onUre Irnlu slid off tho j Irack, bumped along the ties for several hundred feet and camo to a -V stop with several cars piled perilous- ly over the of a dllch. No was Injured. Wrecking crews from Kdmonlon and Tied tieef were hurried lo tho spot and have boen working all eight to get the ,-TnarAJ .1 I ft tVlll mnrn. Ing It was not yet open for traffic. OLD GREEK KINO PEEVED 'GENEVA, Feb. King Constantino of Greece broken off relations with hFi mtmiof, Quten Mother Olga, and his broth- er, Prints Christopher, owing to the marriage of the latter to Mrs. W. B. Leeds latt Sunday, It Is re- here. Kins Constantino, It Is said, still dreams of returning o Athens, Feb. As a result of Iho piitjllcatlon of a 3J.ory of a lamlly of eight small ohlldron belog deserted by Iheir parents on a farm In tialnsborough township, 13- year-old girl having charge of iho family and p.nlraah dying in lht! barn o( Btarvallcn, tho parents, Edward ,anil Emma Druen, '.vers arrssted la this city yealonlay on a charge ot neglect. Tho man Is 43 years of age anil the woman 36. They had been employed In Toronto since early last N'ovember. Ihe nwlher having made three Irip.i hoi.ie In that time, nnd Ihe father-one trip. The pair will bo taken to St. Catharines to answer to H charge of neglect- Ing'their children. Oehn. von dcr Plan- llz, Gen. von Quasi, Prince nntlbor, Admiral Scheer, von rler: Schiilenberg, -Count ot importations of manufactured lux- uries from America are advocated liy Arthur .M. Samuel, member of par- liament for Surrey, in the. course ot an Interview, published in the .Man- chester Guardian. Mr. Samuel also deprecates tlio "squandering'' of mntiey at holUIay resorts on (ho continent-and tiio im- Srhwerhi, Talaat Pasiia, Adinlral von'norlation of wines. The worst effect Tlrpltz, Gen. von Trolha, Submarine j of the exciisnge Fititntlon (cit on Commander Count Waldcr-1 the continent, lie pays, because Warburg, Prince AVUlgen- j mcnts from i-ouulrics thero must be" stein, Count through London. "This prevents them from buying raw material nnd foods from America. sledt. Alfrtd Xitnmennan, former sec- retary of foreign affairs. Somo of the names lu the list are without which Kurope cannot b-i put' distorted and tho military or' civil On feel again." bo says. "The.worst i> rank of Ihe porsons desired Is not l dlralc.il. Tho list contains omonE oth- ers the namo of "Ilell.fritz." which pofl- slbly is tclcgrnphlo error for Dr, Karl Holfferich. former minister of finance. New Note Sent I'AfllS, Feb. amounted lo virtually a nnw noto waa sent lo Her- lin by Hie allies lo ho presented In the German government wltli Ihe Hat of person's accused of war crimes, be- sides the original letter drawn up to accompany the list. The suggestion has been made in of- flcla! circles hers (hat If IS? rcalst surrender of th" accused, .t'ne latter may bo tried by default. It pointed out tbat whllo moat of (hem would never undergo the penalties.im- piMed by the court, It would be Impos- sible for them to leave Germany'ex- cept for neutral countries. pliase of Hie situation la near, mul t'ne whole of Europe is being pressed toward starvation and ruin.'' Canadian Sliver at Par SPOKANE, Wash., Fell. rliangc ratea ou Canadian currency wcrn 20 per cent licro today as tho result of aa agreement reached, by local bankers yesterday afternoon, bauks charged but 16 per cent, on Tuesday but an Increase la the .ex- change rate at New 37 per' cent forrert a raise In the rate hers.. Canadian silver .continues io pass at par. SWEDISH LOAN STOCKHOLM. Feb. decided lo floal a G per cent. loan in iho. United'Stales', THREE CHILDREN DROWN Mi P.esCUING AUM, B. C.. Feb. Three children ot Mrs, Fordham, a widow residing at Anstey Arm, 10 miles from Sicamoua, were drowned In Shuawap La'rto last Sunday when Ihev iv'erit lo tbn rescue ot a brother who had broken through Ihe Ite, brolber was children were ngcil, 14, U and S ;