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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday. Jamtary "15,1013. OF CANADA t�fj at Civ.:*. limn Food ISO |7CftA0 Total Assets Over; $63 ,00,000 Save Systemaikally' 1111 ph a:'.; i n i, ov e a s i o: i a 1 saving seldom accomplishes much. It's the i� hi so ii:;iity (ioi the I" nil hi ilai-i); steady, persistent, regulai a nTot, or month, or scasi-u, in the Innm Ban*: o.' Canada, which mukes one fmnin-iaily nKtepciuieut. The money accumulates -.ill the more, rapidly, t, because of the Interest which is Try it. MR. HUGH GUTHRIE SUGGESTS A E .tdded every six months. How the Naval Question Could Be Taken Out ot " Politics .ETH BRIDGE BRANCH BRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING. Manager A. B. KING, Act'g. Manager XONDON, ENG., BRANCH, SI Thrcadnee3I�. St., E.C F. \V. ASHF. G. M. C. HAKT SMITH. - . Manager, Assistant Manager. Hl'LLDlNG Tl-IK WORLD'S LA11U UKT ({ HA1N BIX, ASKED IRISH SiRlLETTERS BETWEEN DICK TO DON KILTS The Rejoinder Mr. \V. s. Middleboro (North fircyji said that while it was to be regretted that both parties did not see eye (o eve on the naval question, especially in view of the tremendous it ml s.iiufory moral effect such an agreement would produce in Kurope nevertheless, the most outstanding feature of the whole debate was that whatever differences there wight be B. C. Premier Received a Wild Letter From a Mad Man THERE WASN'T MUCH PLACED ON PAPER WHEN RUPTURE OCCURRED IN CABINET 2-The Pope, accompanied by Ecclesiastical and Civil Court, being car ried into the Consistoriat Hall. Here all the members of the Saced Col , ,.  .:- _ , . ... . . . _u ; ready- to vote two fleet units, al- � legem Rome are gathered for the recent investiture of new Cardinals. The ;,, , -, ,. , , -.,  M ... .-�  . , . , though a year ago thev regarded the - , . , , - . consistory was only for the conferment of the Red Hat on five of the eighteen 'suggestion of one fleet unit as ex- ' was -!ic beginning of a perma cardinals created at the consistory of November 27. The Pope announced jcessive demonstrated how quickie ' 'ir>11' r^on^ri^u^011. -plan. the appointment of Mgr. L. Mackintosh, appointed Coajutor Archbishop df > events had moved and how s?rious the ! lhaL t:'"is **f* endangered (\V. A. P. Report) I Ottawa, -Ian. I I -The ui�val debate 'uas resumed today upon the reassembling oi parliament. Miss Violet As-iiuiiii, daughter of the British Prime; ; Minister, was in the speaker's g�l- j lery and llo-i. -lames Ihifi. Minister j oi' ' \grii-ultiire tor Ontario, occupied! :i scat on the floor oi the house. Mr. j Hugh Guthrie, ihe Liberal member; Work on Grand Trunk Pacific's twenty million bushel grain elevator at Fort William is being pushed to com-for South Weilimci� 'ii. opened the dis-i p|etion and as eSch section is completed it is occupied by the yellow grain. With the latest addition, holding cussion by a ptesemaiion ot the ! three mi|lion bu8ne|Si tne trfia, capacity at present is nearly six millions. against the government- '��j ' _  quoted Mr. Asqiuth to show the over- I *~ 11- --7- --�--------------------------------........- ---------------- . whelming superiority oi Britain upon] wouW hc I10 constitutional diiUcultip.s the sea, and from Winston Churchill � in {he Wav of su,.h a pian ;in,i the j to prove that ihe imperial govern-1 proposal to have a Canadian minis-niem desired the Dominion to estah-j(er \n Kngland could he considered! ' lisli local nawes instead of contribitt-j ia (-,,,-. we can bridire this--gulf let; ing to the fleet of Ihe North Sea. I,s j0 so. -j,- v>(. cannor. settic the : : He disclaimed any desir; to talk;nneKf.ion this wav, then there ought j .party politics and proposed that lhe:t, he an appeal to the court of final I . iiovemtiienl and the opposition get | rrsort-the people If there was �n i . togetlher ami agree upon a naval pol- j immediate peril no mandate would be. | : icy. Britain, lie said, wished the (needed. I don't believe thjre is im-.' moral support of Canada above, ev- mpdiate danger and on so great an j erylhiug eise and that it would be ore�sion in this moment of peace and' lacking if it were known thai the security why not let the people de-; vote of S-i:">,000,0011 disrupted the cide '!" I cabinet and had bee.n forced through j parliament as a party measure. He j ;:charged thai The i 'onscrvatives were : I bound to repeal the Laurier Naval, j Act, Hiitlen pledges given to the ! Nationalists. He believed that the j Liberals would curry the country up-j j on their naval policy were the gov-; I ernmetit to grant a dissolution. | Mr. Middleboro, the Conservative. | member for North Grey, in a spirit-;1 ed speech, declared that the state-' , , .. ... , .. . . ,, . , ,. , i ments attributed to Mr. Churchill had ;as ,to Us application all were muted , to the official ot the province. I been made before the passage oi the ! a"li afeP'd [hat a ;;Un? of S3i>'0*0, ?� > ,!am Mila011' *l sP�kan�- is ^"'B �' German Naval Act 0? \9Vi. That; fh0Uo1(t 1101 1,0 Stilted lor naval de-j 80Ugbt by the Spokane police. Super-! ledslatum bv Germanv had greatlv! I!,C,e.' ... . , : intendeftt of the Provincial Police ! increased the striking force of the I ,1.h!8 T** ,."e �m' P�' , T ' {'o!1" s- Campbell has addressed a :naw so that now eighty per cent. ��!,'?. V& i TC ^ i 1 'ommunlcatlon to Chief of Police W. �the" ships were ready for immediate- had'^ f, anal-rslf 01 ^ �P^b-| j. Doilst asklng ,b�t the man l,e tak-! action. The recent Balkan war, he'| PS d^,ver>'d h>' me,mbfs of }1,e �?" j en into custody. The copy of the last i declared, had shown how easily mili- j S^J" .^4� ,lefU'" ma,D' letter received by ih, ary of K..^_ ^. ...i.i U1.L, ...w, r' *"* "-"I-. the following propositions! eut denied : au emergency of need of immediate and effective aid. 3-That the gr?nt of $35,000,000 MR. REID LEFT IT ALL TO HIS Estate Worth Over Ten Millions - Qgden Remains With Tribune tiiLiwa, .Ian. 11.-The correspondence between the Hon. V. 11. Monk, late minister of public works, and Premier Borden, before the resignation of the former of his portfolio on Oct. IN, last, wijH made public today. There are oajly- two letters, the! Spokane. Jan. 1-1.-Charged McBride, premier of British � Columbia, through letters addressed j Wil- j New York, Jan. 1.4.-The otitlre estate of flu; late- Wllltelaw Reid, Ambassador Jo Orenr Britain, is left unconditionally to his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Mills field, with the exception of specified bequests, totaling $110,-000. The will was made public today. I Not a penny was left outright to "his j son, Ogrlen Mills Keid, or his daughter. Jean T. Keid, now- Mrs. Hubert i Ward, although It, was indicated plainly that the late Ambassador wished | one front! the ex-minister handing in I in's resignation and giving his rea- . .,,,,, making threats against the life of Sir j sons, and Ih- reply of the'premier ��,- ! tllcm P-''oir'de-d for liberally and equal-Richard McBride premier of British ! cepting it. Mr. Monk states in Uis i li 1>v their tnotlrcr. The. value of the 'letter he could not concur in the de-i u8liUe 18 e8t,matcd from *,ft-000'OW cisiou arrived at to place an cmer- i 10 520,000.000. gencv contribution of $35,000,000 at! Mrs- Rekl is sole executrix, and be. the disposal of the British govern- I ['omf,l> owner of almost the entire IPCi't w 'iihc.ut dving the Canadian | issl,e of stock of .the Tribune asBocia-peop.'e an opuortunitv to impress its I f' ii nun urtssi* mm- ; ,1;p.* , i -t -i i - i it i. *, w** WJ Vi*t. premier u�u � operations could change the map ! (hn" '^ected to show, !f.ers t0 bo tementedi rcadfi as follows ,^.t at present, was recognized bv 1*1,%T', tne to,,ov J everyone. The fact, that Sir Wilirid;^1 c\. . ! Laurier and his followers were now ' 1 . . "enial. 01 from offi- I write this as a challenge to you, , also the people of the Presbyterian j Church, and the people of the Church : of England, t'er having accused me J falsely, both by word and deed, and pledges He believed that the act went beyond the scope of the constitutional act of 1807. He concluded with an expression of regret on ;;uc-coimt of bis agreeable relations at all times witli Mr. Borden. The premier accepted the resignation with regret, he stated in his reply, but stated that info run* I ion which had been placed before the cab- Glasgow and Mgr. John Mclntyre, auxiliary Bishop of Birmingham. ANV ELOQUENT FREACHER i empire situation had become. i Mr. Hugh Guthrie principles of autonomy and free con ; . sliiutiona! government. i t-That the admiralty memorandum while the Scotchman HJses to be look- I �y his majesty's government dis-,! ed upon as the hero of the British na-I clos;t-*d su �laV1' a situution that in tion, 1 can prove that he has acted!11"1 '.iudgmciit of the premier, theUSN dirtiest coward. So 1 write this asking both you announced Ogden Reid would continue as head of the Tribune association. The entire estate is placed in the hands or -Mrs. Reid without hindrance or suggestion, except, that the late Ambassador expressed a wish that should his son Ogden "display capacity and aptitude for the work" he ultimately should succeed to the control of the Tribune. Ogden Reid whs a boy in knickerbockers when lho will was written in granting of immediate' and effective! , Mr. Reid also expressed a wish that aid ivas necessary in the interest of j the Reid homestead and adjoining Calgary. Jan. 13.-Bishop William A- Quavle, -ov St: Paul, Minn, on* of the greatest living. pulpit orator* di the world.--ha*'been secured hv thai trustees: -of tne Central Methodist t Chureii. ot Calgary, to conduct the! churcn-" snmvnrsarv services prcsch^l 3uu moTning and evening en dundav. ( February J.*. and gtvint ou^ ot his i iamous lectures.on the following Mon- j tlav evening. MOUNTED POLICE HAD BUSY YEAR ANNUAL REPORT TO PARLIA MENT. SHOWS PRODIGIOUS AMOUNT OF WORK DONE and your fellow countrymen to don ! the Dominion as part of the empire. was, however, of a tem-character and absolutely distinct, from y. permanent policy of cooperation in imperial defence which, Hugh Guthrie (South Wellington*), j does not show aa.'emergencv. I .7 ----- ........ - ----] Such step in continuing the debate, said that it I 5-fhat Canadian best contribute | yom" kl!ts' for 1' wlPh l0'm?et yOU i porarv was hardly appropriate after the ! to', the -naval - defence of itself - and i ta,r and 8�luare" J ^ Tne'subjecr-has not vot been deciiS ed. but.'it will probaibly be "'A Tale of  Two t.Unes,'- which ha* been given in :almost everv (dt'y'in the Cnitetl Srat">s 1 the ye�r t!�Ja was lacled in itie House j and lis,- repetition. again and aajain 1 by Premier' Borden mis afternoon.' (political revivalist ,n the Conserva-I in sixteen" years from a pract^fnoti- j ^r^l^ tive partv. Between Dec'. 15, when enity to become- the second most j the *wld. 1 remain. >ou  -  ' ------- I the naval proposals were brought!powerful navy in, the world. . - . .er> truj, . ,LS0N ,. ouhwa Jan 14-Tbe �pon of the"} down, and Dee. 1*U>, the spirits oi! ''There are two methods, he said,. .. tbe >itv bv Defec'fi'ves ' ': , , , , .,,.! the government -niemhers had been. " hv which nations attain so great am bear(U �r tue cu> �> Royal Northwest Mounted 1 olice foi , } ^ Thev needed a stimulant ultimate object they have in new; and that stimulant took the. charac- One is to strive, to attain that ob7 ier of an oratorical display. He had  ject secretly and. underhand; ther| called for. ^ , j ,,c report ?hows that, on September | been considerably impressed by thejotheris to do it> so openly as to dis- -�.-x---: ;:0.the si length ot the force consisted j diction, the phraseology and word j ami all susnicions. The German i>a- ir-i---;_ |^.f.-u^w-r.^|!i,ili tain nf..,.,.nmn.jag;>,ii. t picliiies of the minister of trade and 1 tion has chosen the'lattat-course be-I " r' " ' ' ' ' '' '"fv'  ^jMf^i^J^ktih^. ;an'increase i�*'tt'1'-�rc*- !le 'asked.;-the" ihouse--�'���'cause uJier �">>** - -� � - >u " J- state.' strain t^vK-r\' till �f uir wr fneuih>-. i-ati'liinK . all dii.'it pa it ides'.' tign inatlti an^ genus. Tin* .in- in fall or genu" mi funnot dodife litem but vou ^;Lr. ..afe-uuiii'i.t . yours'*-!* agiiiqst i^ilut ti inn-traoted. in. th*� j,n�'ws ot bmailiine by ke�piiijf Lhc nurtlMis eu*>tTi anil h-'ul. .Don t luiu' hiiv rlifirii't.'S. U >i>j a stuffed up (Vohiis hi Hit he.i.l. or U vour --tlirojit js soi * or rille-1 svitii plilesriir, jiiBi yi>jn:.-(- flu: nostrils with a  little� T'.tv s Crtaiti Itjitin. ilraiv tlie pure, iXiouiulie"fuinUacti . in ihe head..; ami 'you will ai-tonlnhcd at :lhe> effect. In. u lew minute* you will feel � , looae.nmj; up 111 lhn lu-ud. trie naMvf. tliscnur^e will .soon b�; ^topp^tl, -the soreness-if0111;. hml-you will feel a xenHe.,' of. soitinue re;i�f. ,:Or.eam. Malra not only -ward* off eu.farrn. bin wil! M-iP-kiy i-are even a chrome lontf-suutlinK 'isje-nt ent-  -ari-b.-.?:lt-tuke^.tli,; (rouble rlplit where it Starts, Hi the -iiiis-e utui cleaners, .lie.llK und ytrengtliens ,t1s�f", raw. Satire in.�ide ski!!, or nietiibrune, and ;-in-.this wav ilnve� 011i e.iuinlt ;(Mid. 'qniKhfH y�u proof itguiiiMt this /lltilv, disgifutlnff riise;i*e. Wd" ' fc:i!'.� on for JVBOkS.i can;, b/! i|ul oa ihe force the Yukon territory 'I * mfasure "[ fuch- vital importance """-lias used language of. simolicitt no uiuwu-: VUC.\lttl/M�;-|:uui^i]; lip--K .-. VlC"' � 'feS'^^'^'^l^ ,^i>HfFr('ATrON OF AWWI'iN OV TODAY I run one post and e.ghr detachments, !,"';, ",f��.a*e ^t.steiphcitjr IM> of The foue and the NorHrwest 1 ta,"dn ^'Tl, "f^ w,h ,u, detachments, j^" M �f ^ al,f % ' I w as a plain statement 01 the faetsr H. BURN HAM. WOULD ABOLISH THE GRANTING OF'TITLE'S IN CANADA territories ____............, . five of ihe ro'i-M ' .land he' had ielT'H to',his more! Jan. 1.4.-J. H. Bumham l^nfe the year l^'tic^ were mglUy eolleaRues to elaborate the j V v  et peterDor0) w0llid db enreied by (be Police Of these. 1 ,,ca,e. 0l4 We present system 0f confer. ' ,^ul^d 1,1 t>0',v, (}ut.brie said, -bul. I am going u>1 d �, d to accomplian that end paifd v.itii 1811. these figures show ,,,,,,,.., _ __________, 4u..i 1 .-->�-......-"  ' R uc"'s an int'reiif.e of :t79 cases, and an in- i crease of convici ions. Tlmre were-j :ifl inurders. 17 in Alberta. 12 in Saskatchewan, and one in the Yukon; ^1 cases of Saskatchewan, and thirteen In berta, -and eight manslaughter ^�mShaf,PrS?|0,8al belleve williU is entitled "an act to abolish tiths do much lo bung about a compro- j fl0nor ,n Canada... mise. 1011 propose t> contribution of n ^' , . , . . 1 h u" Uli Mr. Bnrnhajn explained his proposal as follows: "This Is a democratic country ; dreadnoughts ; we propose the establishment of two fleets, each headed .,ftrM,lln^ ..,....]*...  u . ��'-"i�i^i**' ui u vi 1/ uvi �n. r.ttuu ucaueu 'v , ' e,ghtA,"lbV a dreadnought. The British'ad- wan. 2nd thirteen in Al- 1   � - - - - - - - mi'ralty has not asked for a definite ,ti , . ('asts'i number of dreadnoughts. IVbv not 1 wo. 111 Saskatchewan and six in AI-I 1. -i 1 n , 1 jt. - m j\i ,t two, then we agree that they berla. CHURCH OBJECTS TO "ZAZA" Montreal. Jan. li......At the special request of Archbishop touches},, the Montreal Opera Co. has decided to abaiiiloti their opera "Zaza," which was to have been pveseutetl here on Thursday night. The opera was produced last week, 'and 'Che cnurcu-authorities objected to immoralities tboy allege exist in the cp'eta.' It l^.uot liltcly that, the opera will be produced in Ottawa, when the op-eTtt (jompatty begins its tour, and probably it will not. be produced in To-__�i route be built, in.'Cfrcat Britain, the rest ol tbe unit built in xoq'B auitloj^ sXe*|ie Aq qi|c.iu s,i79jip|n[3 jno^ pjeny B3A|ve3jnii i{sa�qa^i['3du8 jona^ESA *uo>)':>is jsi))iiJU j tieipu] s.ssjopiJ -jq- uoiiwiliijui uiiiqi S3.vi2 poojSliaoAij 3UXDS UI ' 30U33|[ipui-.t;iAO , QStlM- wpjo jo 3110 3jb t.Coup'i^ jiatp uaqM- paieditsuoJ aae Aaqi u'aq^ 'piippq-" uq} obi supipoiu jtjSu atp )�n'[ bjb and knighthoods are contrary to the spirit cf! the democratic institutions. There should b� no clasg distinctions. I-should not attenjjpt. in any wav to in-, terfere with the iprerogative of- the King. If his Majesty wishes to knight, any one, 'well" and good; but I maintain that the government should not recommend any "one, tor honors, and. that no honorary titles should attach-to specific pojsltfonsy A man,'who accepts a knighthood Very often is tied down, and hot able to express opinions, whereas, if he had no uuch.a decoration he wquld bo able to cut loose. ' ' in HE WANTED TO WED MISS TAFT f.os Angeles, Cat, Jan. 14.-There was dropped into the mail here today, addressed to President Taft, a marriage license application, filed out. by Nicholas Souflas, 'who told Marriage Licensei Clerk'-Sparlcs; he proposed to -wed Miss Helen Taft, daughter of of the nation's! chief executive. Souflas, before putting the application, bearing Miss Tail's nameJn the mail, appeared twice at the.,, licenses bureau/* The second time he made a hasty ekit, dashed from the courthouse to the federal building, dropped his letter.and vanished. It developed later that Souflas-.was discharged from the United States army for deserting from the Sixty-first Coast artillery company, stationed nr. Fort Rosecriins. As soon as Sparks saw Miss Tuff's name, ho waver, he tried to .recover the application, but Souflas was loo quick for him. No. 1. Is a smart headdress of royal blue tulle, with a lancer feather sticking out at the side. No. 2. shows an artistic effect achieved by the hair being swathed and a few roses laid on, to give the effect of a wreath without its'heaviness,, No. 3. Is a most becoming coiffure for a blonde, with the two paradise plumes worn in this Iroginal manner. No. 4, Is a coiffure fol-rhed of a trpsil of white tulle, which is twisted round a row of pearls ending in an ornament over the ears. No. 5. is a natural looking headdress, In which are Rev. Dr., \V. It. Street, Anglican, is dead at St. John, N. B;, aged 81. ' (tco. aWcKarlane, aged 15, and. Millr brook Grainger, aged' 12, of Kings-' yille. arc charged .with several rob-1 pieced three aigretes, Iri graduated shades which give a very new and smart bories is. Harwich: township. ) effect. , , - Roy Veift-li, ;l G.T.R. brakeinun, of Barrie, was killed at Georgetown. Henry, Fiote, �;ed 7, was pi:obablv fatally sliol by his brother Mike, aged 0. while plaving with, a revolver, in Montreal. Astforeia Catarrh. WHOOPIKG COUGHS SPASMODIC CROUP BROKCHITIS COtfCHS COWS t>�T�OLioii-n let* A simple, safe ami effective trcilrtieiit (or Urmi-ohinl trnubkR, ivliliout doling the ttlnniach witlt Ji-liija, V tied \vKI\ S'.icceBfl (in* Jlilrly years. The air cr-i-i-.i^is thn anttneptto vwpor, Intpircil vlttl every bKiitti, m.'ikcs brcuthlriif c;isy, BOOtllc0 . tlio sore tliro;it, unci nLupa theCoutfh, assui-lni! rcKtfttl nluhtti. Crcsutunc Is invulu.-iblo to mothers with ymini! chililrcn anil � 1sooh to �ut(eicni Iron) > Asthma. Stud ua postal lot* descriptive booklet, ALL. ORUflOISTO. Try CRRSnHtHR antiseptic TrtKOAT TA a LETS (<� tile li-rllnicd thruiit. Tln;y uro ftlmple, elfeetlve am! iintlHejitlu, Ot your tleiififitinv i- irom u�, iOu. In fttumpn. Vapo Cresolene Co, 62Cortl�ndtSt.,H.Y. Leemtni! Mtleti ritilldlnif Mvnlrelil. Can. 4 20 ;