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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rlTTi 'T.P.THBKfT>r.F. DAII,Y _ Satdiday,Mt.i'c�X. 1913 , We Are Glosmg Out Chinl^ and Crockery Below Cost SALE OPENED THIS MORNING i Stock is Clean, Up-fo-Date and Well Assorted Visit our store and investigate Tonight or Monday. Those . who do will profit On the closing day of the sale some-pne will get a BEAUTIFUL DINNER SET FREE Every purchase of 25c In this department during the sale entitles the customer to a draw tot the dinner set." , � ' ' . i-... _ . � : SOUIfl AFRICA IS THINKING OF McCARTY & CO. 240 13th St. North Phone 794* Will Likely. ;Build Ships to Protect Its Maritime Interests TO GO OUT AFTER THE City Council Decides to Engage Real Live Industrial , Commissioner J LSVEft OIL. \ \ * i il;- fupes Coughs ||;i3|Iathieu's Syrup, of :^;fs'a'great^Tonic ind ribt'on stops a cou^h -^'h^r enables the system to - throw it 6S. j: 'There should be a boittle of it in every home. Large size bottle 35c Sold everywhere. J. v MATHiBn CO., Prop.,' > ' Sherbroolca. LILLIAN WILLING TO BE A MISS LENTON WAS ONl^Y RELEASED FROM PRISON VVHEN LIFE WAS IN DANGER ' . ' - WESTERN BANNAXYNg/AVENUI WESTERN AGENTS: FERGUSON BROS, WINNIPEG, MAN. '' srb&ody GAJsr tell if tou dari^en Yby.morning; all igray hairs have disappeared,,, att�r another application or'two It will be restored to its natural color, and be eyen  rnore glossy soft and luxuriant than ever. 'rLocal: druggists say they are selling lots of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul-jjihur";. It surely helps tolks appear years younger. Agents, J. D.. Higin-botham & Company.' , D London, March -l.-The Home Secretary Reginald JVIcKenna, has iound it expedient to reply to the communication by the magistrate of Bich-mond on his action in releasing Lillian Lenton, the suffragette who was under remand in Holloway prison on a charge of beiffg concerned .in burning down the Tea Pavilion in Kew Gardens. IVTr. McKenna: says ; three cpurses were open to him-^To leave her to, die ; second; to attempt, to feed her forcibly, Avhich the medical officer advised would- probably entail death in,;her excited condition, and third, to-release her. on the under standing to. surrender herself for a further hearing of the.. case., The Home Secretary adopted the latter course. Meanwhile, Miss^ Lenton has not been arrested, and bn inquiry at the offices of the woipen's social and political union* it was'Said Miss Leuton is. still' in' an; extrp'mely precarious condition. In viewlol the fact that the authoritae^' .a^e^^lac^ quainted with her whereabouts', it is understood that thq.i war^t will aot lie executed until; she has somewhat recovered. Capetown, Feb^ 28.-Before fheiop' ening ot the.union parliament l^ord Gladstone, in his speech from the throne said that his ministers were prompt to recognize the premier importance of the naval defense of South Atrica;. and the protection of its-maritime seaports. ^ The question (if fuller and more effective coroperation ot the union has been well,considered, but without tvir-ther consultation with the- imperial government they were not prepared to submit any � definite proposals to parliament. The decision, which has been accorded^ to the South African defence act was" eminently satisfac-tory. The people of the union have shown themselves desirous of the position that South .\frica. has attained, both as a nation and as one of the self-governing domiinions, under the crown, sensible also of the responsibility which this entails, ami eager to tHeet^ their responsibilities in a way which augurs well for the success of the new. organization. . The finances of the union are in a satisfactory condition. Parliament will be required to consider the consolidation of the laws and; the estate statutes and to pronounce upon them as soon aps possible. The question of the fouuding ot a, national university has engaged the attention of the ministers during the recess and problems which present 'themselves upon this important undertalting have been conr sideredjn connection with reports ot those who have 'come forward as benefactors, and/whose munificent donations have been gratefully acknowlr edged.  That the council is not satisfied with'-\he disposal of the industrial commisslonership" wa's seen last night when the Whpl^ body voted unanimously, to reconsider the action taken soma time ago. , Aid; Hamilton moved that an Indus-trlali commissibner b6 appointed tor onai^year," and that the'industrial com-im'ltlee requested to bring "in a recommendation as to a suitable man at: an early date. The report of the industrial committee . was adopted wlthout'dlscussion, Aid. AIrd stating that a comtaisaioner Is absolutely, ne-oessary.^ in the meantime it is thought that the citjr- power- ratB should be extensively 'advertised, and the industrial coifamittee win be'asked to bring in a report at an early date. REAL ESTATE IS erf G NICELY TURNOVERS IN MACLEOD HAVE BBEN ON A SATISFYING ADr* VANCE IN VALUES Russian Press Spreads War Alarm WAS ALL IN THE ' FAMILY Nelson, B.C., Feb. 28.-That �25.00 commiBslon was paid to his sister-ln-ja,w'i'by;:.the piano company; on an instrument sold to' the Nelson Public abhodl, was admitted today by Dr. E. Ci'Arthur, ex-secretary ot:the board before the Royal commission Inveati-gating Nelson- school affairs. ' , (' The home of Mrsl E. Kasserman was destroyed by fire .at Conquest, Sask;i and the family had a narrow escape. ' Berlin, Feb. 28. -.The first long promised'' consignment of Australian mutton.has arrived in Berlin an^couT sists of a load of aOOO frozen 'sheep. The Australian , j certificates with which the British h shipments are sent are not sufficient to "comply with th^ stringent laws; of. Germany.: The experiment of: supplying themeat in such a' form as to;.meet the requirements of Germany's law. considerably increases the cost- of the undertalting with the result that 'Australian mutton cannot be sold on' the . German market at a much cheaper rate* than German meat. The sale of Russian beef'and. pork has proved so successful that the municipalities of Berlin, and of the adjoining towns are ctinten^plating the erection of special markets for the sale of it. Danish meat will also be admitted at reduced rates'. There are 20,000 .Norwegians in the Province of Alberta. ^, 1' Moir'sChocoIatefli^ ^ iiave aniiidividiiality that is unmistak'eable/; We select the\ cqcoa beans-roast, husk and dean theih\ -radd the cocoa butter and cane sugir-l WHOLE is then put through a-grinding! process for hours, which refines every' particle and renders our chocolate teatihgl absolutely smooth, t giviiig - it that !^3,iJ dtoidual, delicious flavor. The chocol4te js^tbcji applied to the many varieties:| of ; centers-packed in attractivelr boxes and offered to you ksttii/ fcfi^est chocolates on the mark�|i| Macleod,^^ Feb. 28.-Real estate move slowly. Lota on Eleventh street West, bought last year for $450.00, :w?re soldi this'week for ?1100 calah.' -Other ssile^!ki:e;iibein&, made quietly,' but are for good advances oyer the p^rices paid ayear ago., Sev--eral of our laririer friends south of town are wearing , smiles, caused by the visit of the CjfN.tR. rJght-of-way man, who is completing -the agreements and final' payments. of land used by the C. N.-R. Co. for their grade on the southern extension. Previous to our local, member going to Edmonton.'forfthe present session, he held several meetings in the south country; some ofitbese were reported, some were{noW One cf these latter was held at tbe'AlIenaale school and after he had^Upld: his little, atoi-y of the very bad condition of Alberta's finances,' the Waterways,' etc;, he said if any. one had questions to'ask .he would try and ans-wer.-Her was-asked what he had done to make ^ all these conditions betterji: or "what he would do to remedy all'ithese things.: He had no reply. Asked iiiwhat he would do in, regard to ttl^et; elevator system, a/j mentioned that the government 'will j aid the farmera^ito iget, he said he would-support it;)and the extension pi: the telephone seryicejiwould he;favp'r that: yes. Butsince going to- the House, and meeting his colleagues the Conservatives, he votes as he is told, and, opposes each? and every one of these and the virliole speech from the' Throne, in this -way telling the'farm-ers that he will not assist:them;i-/i:' H. M. Hatfield, who liveg-southwest from' Macleod twentyrflve miles,' was' a visitor this week. >Whlle he has only a few hundred head,of horses'and cattle, on his range; he says they'; are all doing well thlB.winter, and pro-; phesizes that beef will be much higher, because there is so little in the country. He has a flock of sheep that brings in a;good revenue, and; are always in demand. , These, he' thinks, with pork, >; will in . the .near;, future be as numerous as. the cattle -were a'few yeara.lagOiwA�,^v,;,i'.'^:rf;i' I Building permits"-'are' being freely! issued by the Buiiain%lfln&pector,-,'sev-; oral small dwelling'^houses,' but '/saob one means anothe^'jamily. Town EngineerYAltham reports the j^SwfueLas glvlng|�atSBfao|;ion;B M. M6l^en?le, Is ejtpeoted 'to jrttit'' >l|USl�64'^li'|�jrt^a"�^''WW'"'look' ,lnto;,,|he .Wpiagk jSfflSHwf^frri.m yiewna, -Austria, March l.-rNews has .come from St.Petarsburg and Russian towns along thc Austrian bor-' der, showing that Russian newspaper readers are daily perturbed- by war alarms, due.-to.the critical situation in the Balkans,-"and the difficulties in Austro-RuB&ian relations;. Many Russian papers-are serving tlie people dally with alarmist reports from.tdwaa along,the Austrian- frontier. Myaterl-OUB .aeroplanes and - airships, always equipped with a high-power searchlight,' have a habit of appearing night^: ly,.turningth6lr searchlights upon the city halls,, railroad "stations, and other t>uilding% and then disappearing in the direction of Austria or Roumaniai Or a band;o�;Auatrlan or German-emissaries will (Visit. the cabin of a railway: section handivblnd and gag him,' and then ,make air elaborate survey of ..the bridges and culverts in his'section, presumably to. see if they; will bear ..the weight of Austrian rolling stock. from the; :Rus8ian monastery at Pochaieff, to a place o� security at^ Zhitomir,- , r Poohaieff Is onlyfflvejmlleB from the Austrian border; /.'iBy.astanding order, dating from the-isiime'. of Nicholas I.> the monks are required. In case of danger, on the western frontier, t'