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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOJ.UME VH. 1.ETHHR1DGK, ALBEUTA, TUKSUAY, JANUARY CKNTS NUMBER 27 SAKURA-JIMA VOLCANO ERUPTS-THOUSANDS PERISH LIBERALISM IS STRONG IN TABER Al Taber Lasi Cheering Message h'om the North H WILFRID mm msn BE LOOKED Liberalism, Says Buchanan al Taber Will Nol Neglect West lo Build East Taln-1, -Heraliicd as a tiiilli.iut orMor yinl isitrUci-lnal gi- mit. Wilfrid (jariepy lias "made in the MiiUU, LrjiiilM friends by jind pleas- unt personalLU. hi'fo.c th horr last niijhl IMIML- Mly up I io pxpt'tt aliens, jurt he established! IninscU in Uic s.juili country as "The Luurirr of Alberta." nnv minis- ier ol iimuiriiial affairs rnJeavoretl wore to deliver a wt wquatnlPd JipjirHo-heart UUc, rather than to teek popularity as a platform ora- tor. 1 Ic sjipjfis u itii a delicate Frcjich accent, which is vrry pleas- ing, ami for nearly yn hour lie hftil urnHviijed attention of the audi- ence. That Taber aiJl ilislriet keenly ap- ju-eclate their piorim-ial and Ponrin- inii reprcvata'.tvcs, anil the work .they doing, warf evidenced by the lo'jd applause occasioned 011 Use tpcaket's mere mention of the names of Mr. Buchanan and Mr. McLean. He complimented the. people on their choice, declaring liotli io he public s-piriled inert who TV ere out to make u belter, more nuilecl Canada. His visit to ho said, was icvclation. 11 is the duty of pub men to set m touch wilii the people, liv.V it was a pleasuie. lie did not briug a message savor- ing ol election 'campaigning. Then Taber. .lan. vras fill hut: as tic crowd of youcg lib u that sreoUd U'. A. llmchatian. .M.K, number nf (lit iJomlnlou ami Wilfrid (Jarteny. i5ic l.nost Ambrim Enveloped by Eruptins of People Perish OF OF WORST VOL1 LOCATION OF THE QUAKE I '.me or Sm HXM uillcs south v la of which- It In tii- t haijilanU tug lt> Napaski. on iia- hcmJank-d by I of Kmsm 15 T .--.Usunia, jqiiulto'is for U.-; Its Ii: in !S77. The u.iinsfai: j v. as His snrorli, 0- fjln-rals' associa-1lo tne Sifton rabint-l. here last nifjht. was Mr. nan's latl meeting tih ills constituents [ti ttiia dislrict eforo returning tu Ottawa to atlc-nd Ihlra of lurUamenl.aful Garieyy's ilwt appearance on a nbHc iilalform in iho south since appointed as minister of affairs In the Sifton cabinet. Victoria, It. I1., details ui (Iciastaliun at.d lobs uf life vaiiAtO the island ni AmLrim Hebrides, vuicanfr 1131- un Uccember 4. (oHiwiiig days table reports told nC Hit1 i ui people, the t r air-form oi Ibe coast and li.e was no In'the camp- His ..words, told of peace, .good-will1 and friendship, at! being united for th gooil. Tie complimented the Taher Iiiber Tils on Ibeir activity and interest p'jbtic questions. Politics, he said :irc a matter.'Vcople comet Canada looking lor opportunity, ar. public affairs must be looked alle jiioperly. That is why the Albert Liberals insist on making their prin ciples known. They are simple prin i-iples, hut they arc sound. They loo '.it Hie future welfare of tho people ilo not constitute a policy guides liy tradition, ivilii a, "we mov until ive have to" doctrine attache like the Ctxi-smv.tivcs possess, TIM-: A. A G. W. Mr. Cnriepy reviewed this farnrilc ('onsen alive the favorite no longer because it has been Satis- factorily settled. He referred hum- orously lo IlfflnctTs altitude in this regard. Mr. Hun cell did not Hunt v.ere people or resources up Ijuiiijg iM, anil erect, the movement so iliat it bp equip ar.d nir.intain a parking planl. Ijro'-'ght lo tlir nitention (if Ihr- kvilli a cold storage in connection. nr..l [urjil ncceasary 101 such an imdcctak- upon tlie earliest j ing to lie rained by the issuing and date." j rowing a' pynnj-illietic strike. (Syecial lo the Cranbrook, Jau- 13. The entire cilv council for were elected to- day by acclamation as follows May- or! Sinion Taylor Aldermen, Camp- hell. Cameron, Keask, Oenest, tloric, Iltgginhotham. "there were six nomin- ations for tvvo vacancies on the. school hoard as follows Me-. Price, McN'anb, MacKinnon, Poris'anrt guain. The election for trustees will take place Thursday.. Hoiighlon, ,Mirh., Jon. Vor tho flrsl time since lhe beginning of the copper inln- ers1 strike last July, stalo troopa did not patrol the atriho zone loday. tiie of niiiUln having left the district. Sovernl of Uic guardsmen an- nouncod 5iefore leaving thai they Intend lo return lo lake stTvlco a tbo mining torn- pany as mounted police. I v v v v v v v v v 'I1 v :How lhc C. P. R. Prevents Southerly Market Gelling Ad- vantage From the Underwood a Ton is Rale Charged Xcw York. Jan. Mor.ltrv comes r.fus (rial at las! name ol first kr.mui In Jan. ?L of tlir kin'3 lir.irrl in rniirl yestcrrlaj, vlicn an Iridian llcnnr. Thr rlAims liavc pill lor- fined for sdllnc -i llfrnluurit lias liccn aililnl tilt roll nt farnr of the Legion It Is easy lu sw thai the Canadian I'stlrta Hallnav is not licnt on hanOirp .Tjnnrs .1. 1U11 or Ihe Ureat Northern any if they can lifrlp il, wlien it is lonsidered that Hie freight rates mi real from lo Great KallF. Monlana, are per ton, whereas In tlie days of the A. It. ft I., under a. worklnr; agreement wltli tho N'. H." tlie rates were only a Ion. The Increase in freight rules takes nil tlie i-rram off tlie. 'I'aril) iilaclng coal on tiie free lisi; Wllli the lahinp over of Hie A. II. I. i t.y tlic C. I'. K. the >.oniWnallon rates with iho N'. II. at Ucnitu were, abolish- cil, anil Iho combinalion of local rales now In effect makes lhc shipment "t uaslccal lo Montana points prohibitive. I The American market is therefore doing lhe nnriinf concerns of Konllierii Mberla verv liltlo gooil as yet. Xo nc'tion.has been taken to brfns about y. rat- the coal companies are rlocelx.watching ttie movements ti-'- tho Mill lines headcil for .Mterta, for they icallzc that ill Ihe Men- influence ol a Mrnni; element I-'rrfiCri social eirclrs preventcd actress from obtaining decoration. in the1'3'1 the The Indian sc'.linfi his cures to i which. addition authorities. tana nnd Idaho markclF they have al Icaat a part rAtillon of (he problem ycar-rouid tper.Ulon. About the only ccnl now goiui; iulo the Amcrljf I market from Hits cosl field finds a niakcl In Kuokune, vslicre Ihe I'aclfic lias a line ol ill ;