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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEtHBRID6P,lB DAILl^ BfBUALD Wednesday,, February 26 1013. Spring Millinery Opening We beg to announce that_^ our Millinery Opening will take place Thur&day, February 27th V We are showing a most complete line of all the latest models L&XMcLEAY 3id Avenue S. Phone 1354v POLICY HOLDERS M�. MoKENZIE FAVORS HAILING �DEPOSIT REQUIRED BY THE ; PROVINCIAL GOVERN-' MENT K'^.I'. !Edmoition,.thelejfi8latttre,.at the next, -was fore-& ^8l�adijwe;d at >.mpetins of the jriva�e i-i bills" "conunittee of the legislature to- way'sariU'means of having a practic New York, Feb. .3i.-The- close ties ot friendship existing between the United States and O&nada were dwelt upon in addresses tonight by .^reinier Robert L. Borden, of Canada^ and liSENTt Returned Home to Get Families* and Were Conderrined � to Exile }M8iSt- bN TMC al "test'made of the waste slack coal Governor Sulzer, at the ann' Struggling 'against the iniquitous, laws of Russia to free his three Brothers front the tortures and tormpnts of SiberiA'.Glrsa Tarsus has come all the way, if torn Riga, Russia, to appeal to Canadians tor help. The men now-in confinement at Slbctia; owned farm" lands . near Edmonton, and were on a visit to thpir old homes tor the purpose of bringing their wives and children to Canada, whenthey were seized and thrown ia-to prison without any kind of ttial. Since theff they have lost all^theVi possessed, and their wives and ;chil-, dren are homeless. j Girsa Tarsus reached Winnipeg yesterday, and came hero on the advice: of the British and,United States consuls at Riga, who told them that the Western, Canadians would give him' aid in his struggle for freedom. -Appeals ,to Ciity Tarsus appealed; to the city. ,.au-thorities for assistance, yesterday,, and the city,;authortties arc takinfe up his cause. To The Telegram he^ told au astounding story of the suni-^ mary arrest and;imprisonment of his brothers, who>were condemned asde-serters the njoment they set foot in Russia, after an absence ot ten vears,; which time theyMived in Canada and ] the United States. . Going to Alberta Girsa Tarsusj who is fighting .for his brothers, lived at Gaylord,_Minn.,; and the brothers lived at New Ulm, Minn.- For ten;years they have been in America, durins; which time thev prospered. and built up comfortable homes. With a nice little fortune ahead of them, the brothers went to Edmonton and purchased land.near there and intended removing to Alberta, where they were to take.their wives and children. , Home to. Get Children . Last yearthe brothers made up their minds i to return to Russia and bring out their, ,wives and children went therci but the riioment arrived, soldiers swooped'down "LITTLE "LITTLEDAISY HOSIERY FOR. INFANTS AND CHILDREN A Gomparispn of Pinks Every detail of ' 'Little Darling'' and ','Liltle Daisy" Hosieiy is perfect. f These brands are knitted on the most improved machinety-r-almost htiman, Iri/ Itself-supervised by highly-trained operatives. 'The looping of the toes, thew^sh-' ing, the d3^eing-in fact every process represents i perfection only attained'after loyears' experimentation. : \ , ,V , ; , . ;; * As evidence of superiority, consider our;/�MA hosiery. > It is so far ahead of pinks produced by other makers, that compared' side by side, "Little Darling" or "Little Daisy" Hosiery reveal o/Zw,* shades of pink to be nearer salmon color. Ask ypur dealer to show you "Little Darling" or /'Little Daisy" Hosiery in th� pink shade. ': , r' "Little Darling;"-Has silken heel 4nd toe. All slzei for infants up to seven years old. v "Little Paisjr"-Reinforced heel and'toe. All sizes for children under twelve,; Colors-Pink, Sky Blue. Cardiriali Black, Tan and Cream. , . ; ' Your dealer can supply you. Cost no mOrethan inferior kinds. ' 'r ; I,ookforthe"Sunshine"TradeMariti6nthetick4t;^ V - " v THE CHIPMAN HOLTON KNITTING CO.. UMITED Hamilton - Canada i . ' Mills at Hamilton and Welland. Ont.' 'r,'^al^!^^Si^7,?"ir?nelmkts..wlie^^^ they would ship deep into the hearts of both nations, ^^Sf^^s^^^i^&fP^m^'^''^'^ '}^'Jttrt that,.whether north or south of Girsa Tarsus states that his bro- Is King Alfonso a Tubercular Victim rupoh'all ' OLD-TIMER BAP,LY,PURNED ln54l^9?eWdlhce. ITSHmus:? (ptroet. slibttly^ after two o'clock _^|8^inoraIn&'.;Vr^inMtt'' lives in the*; tixwrjfif a "tWo^tatdrg^'cpttage owned i)v ftiimselK-and- wastlcfolaiig .'after the fuiri, iiaco ;where' the; blaw originated., SproifeinM jtna>,a j^oman;' ^e^va; .wer|e Gait-Collieries In December, 1908 at fertility ot its soil, the'liberality of tbR-'-McGill'; University, .Montreal, the Canadian governn�'ent,-and the *ow that 'll?0>.pounds of coal pro- i abilitv ot those people to better their duced'V"total'ot'.74,6d8 cubic feet bf .condition there. modern,gas'engines to ascertain its possessed by the United States before the present King M(ai bom, his brothers;' I As a child Alfonso XIII. was sub- Letters From- Consuls Girsa i Tarsusi the; brother who is the Russian Duma and be is ultimately isecuring free- 'Tfflai; .�Tale" *^lvy.'>-uuuiiuii! -.3.-.' ! �-v t luab LUcy uo :'.'ai.'Tcii uuu. u^*\f^^v . it that .Ottawa-gets the coal for the ed for the people " � experimciitsf lie" hag little doubt in ^ Gov .Sulzer predicted "that the ___________ h{s,.iEindI ^,^^t laiey would he success- great Canadian Northwest 'is destm- nghtm^ the case, has letters from the 'fuI,-i)utV%ereIy:, wishes that all data ed to became before long the granary British and United States consuls at be'^ obtained ^before making any move of North America. Maujfof our best -� to'go'to large; expenditure here in citizens, I regret to say,"'said , the the way of installing a gAs producer � Governor, "are leaving the'States ii__i, -'' , ..'^ , plant. The; teiSsts � made with coal from the from the west and goiiig - into" ths Canadian northwest because; of, the Riga -which outline' thesposttion,-. of the brothers. He also! carxiesJ a letter signed by the mayor ot the county where the brothersiwere,arrested. These letters beair out the 'stat^ ject to nervous attacks/ which gave rise to much' uneasiness, v The mili-^ tant republicans' were reluctant to move agalnflt the boy, who 'seemed scarcely likely to reach irianhool; A general -feeling ot pity was awakened, and the very weakness of the King; became ' a political asset of the monarchy Under the watchful cars' of his prfldiicer'^.gas^ coniing' from the plant at-!.57z:'degrees,' tOTperattjre, iand re-! ftuiringtl'Impounds of steanj- per pound of'^coi^.,^i?The test. includes the remark, thitt'-ther^ was experienced no 4iffictfltv' from 'tar during thte minu-lacjture \^of'~ga8.' The coal used, was of 'QUt and pea size, ')!'arayor''Har'die 'is^ confident of the oiiJc,pm'e,,and .^uring the next year: �tlte, :city,','T^iii;-pbtain, all, possible data'^gBind' arid Germany, fWltere;ipiQd/oer�;gas-i !Other ifo'i^mKtjts fiieljseve'n in^^^^ ^>^ijeifii:^laD^^ 'cheaply ;M.d;;^l�: ahjl�rtdance, Mri Rciss' report in tlp^regarfllawllKfie; thoroughly Investigated.:,,, ............ TOP; OF 11 ep muts made hv Tarsus, - who was inov^j mother, however, the lad: grew visibly ed to, tsars when told^-, that If his -Hronger. H-e lived more in, the open cause was just the- Canadian-'people air than most of his countrymen, took than once.'consulted a specialist'at Biarritz, who is' said: to have "tpeatelli him tor adenoids. In- Spain.,tl\ls jpi looked upon, as .ptflclal jeupliemjs,i It Is credlfably: reported that' one'of the King's lungs is seriouelyaf-fected, and his family history is enough to account foT. the serious concern, which' any IndispoVitlon:^ awakens in thos-e near him. ^ . An 'old vgpanish,proverb � says that the air ot Madrid is: so subtlethat though'lt will not -blow out a candle,! it will kill a man.,: The Spanish capital ' Is swept by �'blast's which rush down from' the snow, peaks^ of Guad-ar'ram; -It U not;.indeed,' a desirable Tesldenceforany of consumptive ifiiiA-ency. It abojindstin ,a,^l)eculiar .^type; of pneumonia, to which' the; 8tron'g�st succumbs in twenty-four hours. Yet the King ot Spain can; scarcely,live anywhere else. ''' , ' HOTEL AT .THE HAT Medicine Hat, Fek 25.-r-As soon as the Ci! N: R.lltteireach'es Medlcln* Hat from the north; lt:ils,reported:thatthe. company will .ereot/a large, new hotel here, ' � FOR CONFIOENGE MEN CASHED .BOGUS � CHEQUE ROME FOR .$5000 DRAWN IN' POPE'S NAME IN Anti-Borden ;"Sentim2nt ' "We should extend* to them a helping hand in their ^onward' march of progress: Instead'of!closing?;pur doors by tariff barr^ors, against those countries !�nd products in- my opinion, we should open them rWidor._and do Bverything in our power to-itaoilltate closer commercial '"relations, We want their products" and they want our products and i all restrictions to prevent a fairer and, freer exchange of goods, wares (and''-merchandise should, in so far as - possible, be made." i The other speakers "were , John Grier Hibben, president "oftPrihceton ' University; Dr.. Talcott: WillianM', head of the Pulitzer' School qf.".Journalism of Columbia University;; and, -John W. Thomas, president, .of the, Middlebury College. a i, ' . BUILDERS ELECT OFFICERS Edmonton; Feb. 2pi--EJleptlon ,of officers for the coming year tOQk,place this afternoon at the third, annual meeting of the Alberta.assoclatlon of Builders' exchanges. ' The new ^president is J. Trimble, of Mledloiiie-^ Hat; tfiie vlce-preaident Is T. H.. .Miller, oi would help him. New, .federal incoriioratlons, are: of! Dominion .Mai^ufactTirers.ililmltedi. of ' Toronto., capital $3,000;000; 'and tGhed-dite, Umlted, of .Montr^aljJcapfltal $1,-000,000. for:'' manufacturing-i'expl6siye|>^ up outdoor games, and became a fnl*' gymnast. > But nothing; could make a. strong, man qf him. His physique tells Its own story, with its stooping should-^ ers' and trailing gait. Dfirlng the last-two or three years, Alfonso/has.more It iB reported In 'London that ?400,-000 Worth of bonds' o-r a controlling: interest,, in the-Chatham, TiS^allaceburg & Lake Erie Railway, have been'ac-qurred i by� the Mackenzie-Mann,: inter-, est's.  . - - ' Rome, Feb- 23;-Twoconfidencemen, bolieved.'to be Anierlcans got '$5,000 frdm James SalWyefc,- a Cana-.dian tourist, iri a rather unusual way.  One'of the men prodr.oed' a fakb ,iclit>iue for JlO.UOpj,which'he ?aid was destined for.therPopei- but hiS had no tinie ,to cash Jt, as?:the' Pontiff ^ was^: ..waitingJ forhiminr,:aUdtence.,�''; The-: "pal;^ (jfcithe i5Dnfiden(�-fiiian:immedi-.^' ately:handed over .':SS.OOOj.-aita Mr;' i^awyer followed sUit. ' Then t'he two crooks disappeared., ' A. ,T- .DICKENS'! JiVIFE DEAD ' :Iaondon,y Feb; e schools , of' Greater Edmonton. It was settled ; "at, a special-meeting of the'school board on Saturday afternoon. The , ^^^^^^^ executive'Js com- ' T'"'*'!'^. '""ff J ^ J � posed of G. Silyester. Calgary, Mr. dignified. l)l-,_Prang and Mr.-Barnes i ...... ' i,^'?. k made emphatic'protests against Mr ' McCaig's'" appoiutniejit, as, was only ' to'be' expected,' but they gave tho . chairman'no,oayse for" the, reading .qf ^ ,thc,rlot acti and accepted,.their defeat, in a goQd-natured'spirit. ' Th?'hoard even went further than -;j'the-m^re.''beS$ow(lil of "kh* superintend-; . -ency ,upon* Mr.' MoCaig, "^They ralsed^ �- i^[%^^%:M6^K-^laxes to four "tl^ous4 J anil'dollars-^al'-year. Dr. Cran'g.want-^.J 'r