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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thaisdsly, Eebriiary 27, 1013 THE ^hWE^BRl^Q^ DAII^Y HEBALP NAVAL 'Hon. Charles Muitphy Springs Soine Interesting .Information Monk Had Resigned, Two Weeks Before^^mo Was :� {^(^ivedFraiiKBliv^fr Speaks^ Ottawa, Fob. 26.-The naval debate "Was continuocl in the house of com/-mons without any particular InCideat. ;Wlth the exception of Dr. Panuet ot 'h'Islet, a former NatiouAlist.who Is (in lino with the government policy, ''tho talking was "contocd to the Lib-"leruls, .  > Two ex-miniBters, Hon.. Frank Oli-?Vor and'. Hon. Cjias. . Murpli/ .were !)card from; The latter said that the niivxixsfiii niMiiorahtlum on which tho jUoveenment-policy is based, was not ;.recolv'od in Ottawa until two weeks Jattcr HcLni/.I''j,'.Dt Monk left the cab-.'inot .because ra'poHcy of contribution of. three droadnoughis had been decided upoii; He. quoted the inemor-andum of' tlie "jCustralian minister of {defence just issued to show that tbn ladmiralty really, desired the overseas "dominions t6'. construct their own .'Jiavlosi' V. ; r i Hpn. Frank "6/iver said that tlla .'great weattnesB- 'of the Rovernmeht's j.proposals-lles'-ln the circumstance .that'thP-;*'l'^�^'8^*' �f personal service Of aaMdiaBS-Tifr'-'eliminated, Thia;^ he dec^red,;, lysputhe very negation ot rloyajty'*: .-jl-Ie'; ^irgucd that tho circum^' Bt&nOeB.werevSUoh as to warrant the tho tor explanation. Under the rules o� .housn it was not quite possible fliim' to properly characterize it. view ot such a statement, the opposition could not he expected to explain tl:e words ot the Prime ^Minister on thi.s or any- othet' subiject. Unionist'Huay .Bodies Mr. Murphy took strong-exception, to tlic stand thk'jia'�jk'-qWnadiv,' and m Britain 'as well-by �'�UBloJii^ttf with Toronto Suffragette Says British Sisters Are at War With the Government Toronto, ['"eb. 2G.-Mrs. Flora Mc--Donald JJcnison is thoroughly in sympathy with the latest I'ankhurst tactics-Uiat is, for England ; Canada does not need and docs not want any Gharle^^M. Hays a ^Man Toronto, Feb, ?6.-A copy of tha will of the late; Uiiiis. .M. Hays, president .of the (jrahd Tiiink railway, who Icjst his, life .an Ww. i'it.inic disaster last April tSth, was liled for probate in tlie surrogate, court by the executrix, Mrs.- Hays, widuw oi the deceased railway .;iiini;nalfi, Tlu' total estate amounts to $76'-',2:!3, of wliich only'$9,225 is. in .tVntario ?r-l!.;,?^i|B�b^^ shooting Premier A sciuitfi than I thert was an�em'etg^ncy^-and'W was condemned the British solders Iqr fSl^t&SlSpWf word' mowWg down the Boers in ko^ik A!r for it today.. I�tha1l�he^Ya9 0on8lbtent,^ca.^ , � Durine'the courseVotihia'-Spefoh Dr.j That Mrs. Pankhurst will die tor Paauet became ilttvolYP* dpTjseveraV the cause, Mrs. Denisonis sure, "Hey spirited encount*^;;Witb>tne,�eniber.^^ words to^me were : shall;-go. .If . -'.-^'^f^^;i,>,f,..r,^:.r^:'.. '-"^-^ Idown in the fight.'' she stated. a war- in thij Traveller.s' Life Insurance Co., ' of, $25,000, taken- out (iri;;inally in will favor of his father, mother, and shs-tei:, but of'Which'his sister is the in, real estate in the tTnited States and Canada, $29,816 in loose debts and promissory notns, mi.sccllancous r,.';aet,s ainounting to $11,530, $60,18). in securities, $383,aflS in, stocks and bonds, -and $175,073 in personal property! - . � ANOTHE;?? BIRDMAN KILLED Muclbauscn, Germany, F�b. 2fi.-A German iiiilitary- aviator, Sergeant Helfersnider', was killed, and his companion; Lieut. LinUe, seriously injured, todays Tlieir neiopiaiie overturned' While tEey were tlyfng around whole revertih^ to cither survivor, themilifary areodromc H-eltersnider was her ' reply. i .sole survivihg-'^bcneficiary, shall be lot in favor eithp.r payable in equal amounts to her and to his brother;"'-David Hays, tho upon the dcath'ot the other. took one Of the turns too sharply, and 'tl)e 'people' and that there � shotiidSi thertiforgfije^a' di'ssdl'utioiii- ahd an aci-^'tlQn,after the passage of a re-distri-i)utipn^biiir - � � There,was an adjourntneut of i thep JioUilia.-"for"a'>short time before''' six  ololook'Jin' ordjijr 'to give the memborsj .lijme to attehd a reception which' Spejilferi.S'prpule tendered to Amund-j.; ;se|iy ihq, disooVerer of the South Pole; .WJJQ ^;ylltor in jihe capital. . i '. "Hool, Charles Murphy ilpptw-, Oli^tles,'Murphy, in lesuming; ;$he; jiav^>4�!l)ate, said th!it the.'Rov'-! flr|imwfr/byI'Its,naval proposals had: . On^Iyi-irourtsoii: the slumbering spirithowever,*- Vas'^sdp^feV'''eilcb�fibS^ the .0{'.; pori^dlaji vnatipnaUty, It, had not' speech Just* mfldoi*:fcutHlli8to'wd,8 none ih^pji .'thftlr 'intention but the result!'for; that* deliv6tetfla9f':'ni|hii''bV the w.if?-a]l tbe.rppre himself, member,from jpaftarVV 'fPeVifil that ,pH!i, J�(S;fe!l!9>y :,l4^)erals, who, believed;, he prdposed' tb-'WaV':mbi!0':'p^^^^ �.thRt,eana|lals: strength tbOteat;Bri-; ly ;\vith''the poJ^tfr''''6$nfet'i^*^^^ ttiin .3{^--ii|fjjqf.^qJC:tneed was^. not'mVi amehrffaeHt.' |t'i ;feydfaliiib'ati who, follo^O^.; expressed the vipw, thfi\ t})&ig.oyernroen-t was-better oR^V^ei^ if ^Ripp6e,d aPol-ence than whe5i .diMiilciwod tt� followers' to be'heard-froiiv, tjuddpg-^by'the speech' last' night anVtojifg^t. There, -by- Ganadftisiguowth unimpeded lii�all' attriljutes'' of; seljrgovernmont as an autonopojtsi^nation,�within . the' .;Bfife:, ish Empire*,'He said that as. tlie. re--' gavernmei ^ lii;;o�''-the''painpaign^i�' fiad"!reem'ed*TE8''-tt^^]; * ' ' ' ' "'Jin'Toly' ^ :ii|df'bt!?'#hef:Bftvdil; "h^ve bpoomo unpopular for a man politfy^^ftffe ljit^'|gbvcfnTOenlf'''invf>lv.;' >lj','the' hgti'Sd" fo-lcallJ'hitiigiflf k Xfana^i^sefpral.-poiaijS. lt"5s 'pJjSipo^t It dipn( but then (eeling-^whJch had been I'to ai^oiisjd -by. ^he;i.government; proposal t the Ijfid -set the" people thjnkiijg,. an^d,; a torw gKUf^jwr-olincgev^iu public, opinion had t'n place lu-thc last ""two 'month's [i cvfii took place itt tUfe'couniJryJove WfojCiJ," lie hopetl to see the LibSKil.thc jpynSitiop kepp up the fight until the is ^ pruii'! puulstec''.,was forced'sto keep flection ol>e of hifi^pledggs and suhnJit-' the taittts' f q'usstlonhtu .t}ie.-peoplei , , it is m � ' Aiff of Debasement t | be plac Mi!/AtU''Vl'y 6a(4 that this was the'Canada; IJi,>t'-,pr()!'�i,a!- *-inade " that we give government^ n^onaj- v h(?ji; jijeij'in thcpast had giv-British eri theiJt liveff- It is an act ,oE abase- depend ever K�euj;! tr(.i*io/;uV5|sary to enable the go^'f.tlu^i'lj'f'ito'�pay ~tlio price of an q,}}tariio bPtifeeii 'the demon of na-tibiLilisin/'^HiUtlie) demon of imperial- since',lfi09, thfet '�">" 'l'jii;iam/;;(t/had, heen informed in the  oouditlo^iis'J, -*rgug pc^^yplb^^chvia loyaltn^atioulfS iJniynI&|01tsa^-,sa^ that %flange of tho r(E-; saitl^'Mrx DS,Ttdson,, the Conser^ viit'i^u cr i'jv'aU, In Sheftord, and,iVIr. 'o0^ t]i^ Conservative candidate, the Unionists'of-JRngl JiBBlBBibucir-had ftCceDted the Na-,Liberal Koverntoent'.dl IppJigglBBi^j^/^lj^d accepted the �t^fiitHl^'^e'dge bmduig them to oP-ifpjjB^-^pj^-ApjSme-iniliiiBt^r -who would rant a change^dn^ change-in pollby' exigencies in (Jrea'twJ ada. 7 Canada's losp had allowed, himself" Na-1 Liberal^ �In Canadaj.thBi poutipa'' resulted iri^; 'the: painv tg&Jhad �^^i^ii|he "�ffiii'ists-; ^m?SSritri- . - . ^ - r . i 5iyeiiea4pglioy' pt the .government Mr. Oliver ap^ed'-iiJ^lihQ^liftyBin'ment was;;'ljai5%d4ojfe:the;;vadmlralty memor- .....* " andiim,i' Tliere. jffsie nimo douht as to the icouraoy'bTthislftateraent. The spor^taty-'^orSlititS'^ot the colonies i'n , the'proposal tMt^tfeTTpr^'^hO^^^^ JMkir-ioc-^ijlj^fct .'a yi-yuyvtti-Bifjjtfiq i.'iov. �nu or orn. ivir luajui.ji.j' ,ui nig .^(sgjuB^maV^vijlo, ,a 3\fonk?s-~^e|ter " .to Premier .Borden, parliament.mufet, not cf'^H^jt^itp-^ 'dated Oct0te";i^6', 10X2, e,tatedVthat term In-the ^^ijfi^Ut'^'ij^R^^ he wa?'' j;esijgihg'''heoause of tho deci-' proih�e which liad . at H SUPPLIES LOT OF PROeOGE IS BECOMING ONE OF BEST SHIP. PING POINTS IN THE iPBO-'  VINCE Slop 6f5^.W)e'�|^bTijpt arrived 'on the cons'tUuted a- l)rei>cl)i^^\*l provioi^s"^jy;i "'];t^,5?.'as thug app'arent the people, and' it- ''}'" tl^^t tho^'g^'^t^imentj bad reached its. those who think thfiy-'te'piwsent doolstflji .t\yoj.|!,w9jks.',betofe tho ad- " ' ' tnlralty ,j)4pn|iQrRBdilpi was received, yhis^, Wri, JJ^rphv said, ^requires Magrath, Pebi 26.-That Mag*ath ia becomlhg one ot the hest known.' ships plng;-polnta - lit-'^ the province"was e-vl-deneed the other day when;,aiOalgaryv fi'rm fclaced aii order with IJi(rley:_Oar--ter, rUi^ well Jcnown, truck 'farmeif ot Ibis "district, for a'car'-Qf pof^tD8^?^rid-one of turnips. ^. ' ',t',,il ffSo th4)i-Jerald'Mr..-.Garter"-sa^d^ tha't,; hlBi'vegeta'bles and potatoes, h�?e;win.i; tered fpmark^bly, well. , Th|ey a^e^ In'^^ no way- dainaged by ov^cf'^heaKbr'froBb; and he, hfiB never had a betteV iwdo~ of prodi^e vfofi^the �ma^ketjinlhlaf Ijte;' The, potatoes arid turjdips slJlppe^ to'' Calgary were of; exSepUonaily-i flne!i quality, Mr. Carter working to/build up, a good market for .his Btpff-in^th&Ji city. He realized very Welli,.-on'�ithe'i shipment;--";-- �,� ... v.vj.-kvs; As a;-token--of good'win mud'h.ppre-?; ci.atlon of .this community liw-bebaltij of James Stacey and family. Who leave shortly: for Idaho,;-a,*farewell' party; and district reunion 'fwllli; ibe, held in.the Electric Theatr-e on Tliursi; day. afternoon and evening:vBesltdeSj a splendid ectec(;-;;(jltl?en' of this town and eve-ryone is^'d[eslro'us',i of- aeelng him his . normal-:j;^6Jf>;-once; more, ' 'V,'/*" Elder Cyrus Coleman ls;;^>tp?ct6!d' home in a few dayg from A^ansnB^' where he hag "been'laborln"^1o'f^e7| past t-wflve months, as d njis^ijin^rS'.; for' 'the JVIqyraopfchurch. Mr:'i6^emS,ii's'� I early de^drture ti6m the mls^lbp.Vjleld is .due to a protractedly Hints'., ;^i'hls makes the second mlasi'onary^rciM^iMa �grath to return on aciibunt ot;.>filcto ne^s, each coming from a ipif'climate. With i It ia apparent that the extr^ine:;-heat 'iity ot the gayi^ ;;vi3r^ &d"6|j catarrh;-op:^lf;4^� ' My'Cldhnin^, Healing ;ealm\(n'�t8rft._ th�Jnostrlls! p.8n.fltV#p|fV?W^^ ly ^^^ff^OW, Held and Throat-' inflA-mod, flwoltsp "lm\ Inlitarft. _ th�rnostrnsr Mn^t'j nd Throat-' nflA-mod, sfjgv^m. '------- lnps'thev^psp^^|jB|f _______- ..:'" D,onM-,lajifeft\i jilttle Jn'"tho/ nostrils for breath,' wl .oloi SlLop� rN��tvrCatarrhal Dischargsi. ;j#j''''' Jfeam Bilm."" bottle aWway, luat'to IS'.the^ hlob ll�5": oeeeH nose aiid trlls gSa ot, the -heaa-' Patarrft ' ^'^S&i?h?.�poM . tfeo-a^t, and, ra tarrh," oold-|n-heod or "it  Wat will be rone. fl -Get the; 's / Crtdm ory now! yjBIy's, Cri _ re.' This aweBt,'^ olveii T^y. the.h^Bat Hat lagrnnti)!'^ h m ot the tropics and semi-tropics is,not conducive to the good lieaith; of .p?o-; pie accustomed to the rigors ofstHls Canadian climate. > >.  His lyorship Mayor RirJe arrived home on Saturday evening aftejr -a that hundredB ot Canadians Tare Jwlp; terlng there. Mrs'. Rlrie djd iiot -re' turn,,w,lth ,him. A GOOD IDEA.>v Spokane,' Feb, 26,TTo train btfyr and girls for the responslblUtlea flf; cttlsMnship, the Inland Braplrq (iF^d-,!!,,! erattori of Commercial Clubaijs oiitl(Pjij ing_ a plan to organize ^untor* ciiapi-, hcTS ot. commerce in high sohgols^pt,' the Spbkane oouptry. Harry/'*'"' ^'Wuerth, aecretary; of the fed^i'^tl' and city School siiperlntendVi^t-^r M. ^Vatson^ will submit the' ^\^^ ,,