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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IHK r.EUlimiBttE DAILY HERALD Thiimlny, March 2, I!M1. rHE BUCK-EYE INDIA MUST J4IL DOORS CLOSE MAKE SACRIHCES ON ABRAHAM RUEF III-' ;-vn 'i ^ Dictator of Graft Scheme in San Fraincisco Loses Fight Thei ;'"^5�0W5 INCREASED ACTiVITY (SftMOIf WftcPntltSON CLOSERS JOCK innc6fie.&oii '"I (I Phi! hoy" yarils^l ; Mner ' Auth^ llstic lour ,"ii(l nggrogatiug; IGOO.OOO, Altrahiim ;(liiv K. Wilson imroUucetl a liill rc- Ki'^f taken hUo cvmtoily �1 mlrt- i (hieing Uie iitiport lax on lolrarco' ci- "'slit tonight, following the racafJon Uurs and cigarettes bv one-lhirit. f^f "le supreme court'a order remand i-niis bill will become a lasv '"^ ^'"^ '��*''� f"-- rehoarinp. Karly in vvLvU. riiis is (1,0 onlv Cseai dianRC Hi.cf hel.l , roneiiltation mad- in .1..- bucigot.' The opiim. ""'^^ MuosUo.. also was ciisi-ussed. Sir (Uiv f'�^rt��''o.,t tow goodbye went u ... , , ,,.,,, A (lepiUy was walling al his reslJeucel . irirrnnK lo the largo .surpus Horn ^ .^^^^^^ , opium, said tUat tlicy could i.ot con- L,nv!or. Hiief ciuiotlv Burrcncl,.red ' .-rnt Hint Iniliii sboiiUl .�sulTcr losses hj,,eif the r,nir stiirfetl for Ihc , jwiiitb biovight 110 ronTspncl'.ii(; bi-nr- oounty Jail. i ; in. (nr (fir cause of reforms in Cliina. appeal to the United Slnles sii ' atiii ilie jroviTiinuMil should lliprriorp preme co:jit on some noiisUtutiounl .Siifegniiril ludia'.v; I",ei1iinalp iutrreKl.s eronad Is possible, thp on'y rei.-our.il (liat in the course cif time ------ li.e Indian people woiikl be called upon (o inaicr .sacriljces in ihe cause of liumanity, and be prophesied thai India would not slirink from bearins , hev share of the burden in uplifting a sister nation. Enviiiii' just \)\\\ ill a i-nmiilcLi.! line of jHMv .s(mm1s iit'c jircpnrcil lo siijifily jill your schmI Willi Is. Wv hnvi' ill ^U)vk ;i!l kinds of s('(>d o ;i full liiu'or-iifiiill ry sii))i)li(s. MAIL ORDERS WHOLESALE i RETAIL SEED MERCHANTS Given Cpfcia! ,M'.ti-J'on "lOI Ccccr.:! Aven'jo South. P. O. Eox 251. Pl'.or.c C3-t. O, p:^iir No. 1 Firs Hall m jierei cd (. to h) the i one} . . 3 Tfc ( he o 8 w mad proi Ton hu! SIFrON RAPS THE REAL ESTATE BOOSTERS HE ASKS FOR DIRECT CHARGES Bl ME BRYCE FOR RECIPROCITY Tariff Reformers Say He Was Instructed by British Government Comstock Sjys D =^plays ol Lingerie are Injir.ociest and Objectionable \ew york, .irarch J......The l2!,"s( nc- livity of Anthony Ooniftor''.. secretary of the society for the pro p:;ijTr of vice, is agaitiut the v>a\ r;j;ii:.^r r-ji'�.ly .-r.;., v;o..ii!ls, Crios cuS^S. Iic>ol:; t(\' .: .-v^ui tiMit luai^v - 425 ?;�' 1 '�. ill rvliin lit the fatiiDlic c?mrc'\ iii '.'c :-!'i-.M'acc f>!' iiiiiii> frii lids (if Ui(�  cij^ipic 'I l:c ivi-ililmg iiresjn'.^ u.ii' (I! i;iie value, chief aiiKiMi; t^leta biM.j.' a ;iir! oi" X1 .tdlU.Otin iii:i )c�.s Lii, ; ,i:nd;. rr.iM .Mr liicm to hi* fla. !'i."t . .M...ny jciVcIk id rare neaiK {V :� ere jiicsi atc'l 'n the bri^.'c. 'i'i.c i.ouc.; iiioon V. il! tie s)icnt in I''.!!-r.>pe London, March 2. - So pcr.slstent, whose po.?c in the .:or- v ' :ri:iw? London, March 3.-The charge made have been the attempts fit the tarilT Ilu.r.vria dealers and dry fj.-.oda a-.c "in Uic memorandum received reoentlv, refortncrs in the flouse of Commoii.s ants along HroaO.'.-iy is al'^r-d lo by Uie parliamentary women's suf- to ascertain how far the Hrilish jrov-,^'-'-e^tlonttble. fragctte committee that the police 'rnment and .\mbassador nryce were As r. refuU of rrrrval ecia;iirii '- wore .guilty of dclibeiate violence, enveloped iu the American-Canadian I'e'i'ed by li'.s aoi'ci; . Mr. i �i; torture and indency towards women reciprocity /ic.s^otiatioti.s- tliat the ^'ov- durin? the demonstration outside the ernmenl has decided to issue soon a parliament last November was "white paper" on the s eel includ- broughV up iu the House of Com- itg the Ainbassador's re...ir( on the Mir mon.s. whole matter. The larifl party clmrg ri-niinuetl. to fine and in  rl.i.-.r.ur- Reply to a iiuestion in rrgnvd lo es thai the Rritish KovcrnmenI cuRi- po,.;.,ii(oi.' �-..N;^v,oiueu to the charges and what action be had erred the Canadian consent to Uie appear a-.iy Ion-?, r iu puhiic. i hat he he.! servf.! cfti on the offeir'.ir;.!; mereii.Ti^.* �'; ; fjpiifps must he .-emov/'fl ;.r.il li'- In-�'opr J Ihe dealers p'-u i;.r;. v.o id !��-liable n he ai-ro^:.d and r-ir,,'. ,-'��1, i' Oiticcr in Command at Pci r i c m o u th *S u c cu mbs to P, ' " i"" Gives Soine Good Advirp at Mpdirinf Haf Ro;^rrl r.f Trarl*^'"""''"^""'^y ^>*"' j'"''^'' wer .o^UIUC V�OUU r\UVlCC dt IVlCaiCmC nat DOara or l raae|,vir. ChurchiH .said he had made in- in order to spike the guns , Banquet--E. A. Cunningham a Local Speaker-An Associated Board of Trade for South �-�cl T �ki| cnt rig) the wii v-h coi hai thf In t( n ho Tt )i� Pi' KV t)c n( tli hi hi tl fl 1) rspecial to the Herald) Medicine Hat. .March L'.-Enthua-} insm cf the the dining room of the new Alherta A Lethbridqe S.neaker "Our Sister Cities'' was re.spouded Slates of Imper- \ r|Uiry of the commissioner of police iai preiercnce. .Another bairh ol in regard to certain genera! state- qnestions was made, at loday'.s st-s-nients-contained in the memorandum sion, but beyond sar^TTR the action of' and found them to he without toun- the Ambassador at Washington had i dntion. The statement that plain the approval of the guvotninent Sir, I'ailroids, etc.. made that city a more clothes policemen were guilty of in- Erfunrd Orey refused to di.scuss then.' I desirable place lo live and malerinlly dcCpncv was untrue. Mr. Churchill T'le iorei,c;n secretary proposed, hn ! - said, to defer further statements uu-! GREAT FALLS TO KEEP FAITH and opUmisin were the slogan? ;'o by .Mr. E. A. Cunninishum, of Leth-j ^''"�^'^t^ed the interests of ibe country, said a charge against auv named in-Board of Trade banquet held in i^^^en here on mnrnjii: alone boosting the real cigtate of dividual could now be investigated bv ininK room of the new Alhp,-..--'^ars ago he'h'' ''I'V- He ratod the real estate i,,^ p,^,rts. hut be was not prepared had some inklin.? of rho industrial;"^*'" seierely. He referred to Hotel hare last nisht. There wer. compaign planned by .Medicine Hat. '^�""..r araiys)s Ki.v.!a(.d. M.itca 2. -~ .\.s-.;,'e;iiii III-;,' C-.:i/;i.n 1' L!;;^- aj'd dieii la.';t. :r Two Churches Divide The Railway* Bident of the Board of Trade. Leth ' limit to the development of a city 'vith .vi Jha^rg*" .vrcflgarr i^''"'*^" ^� ^' i """^^�^'^'^ between the Turkish bridge, Dr. Leech of Taher, Alderman; one industry or a cily v. hieh was an agricultural centre alone. Hal to a no limit. Medicine Hat came uudPi' the latter clas.. He brought Uu- hoar,- .p,,^ ^^^^,1^^ ^^^^^.^^ iesi good wishes and best feeling from so well In .Medicine Hat. and there Were many ihiuirs here that they eouid Broklebank of Calgary. .Mr. We-baler ecretary of Calgary Board of Trade and �everal of the prominent men oi  urrounding district. The chair was oooupiod by PresldeiH. 1). I,. Tweed, of the Board of Trade, who made a moit aczeprable iDastmasler. Our Elster boards of trade was rsiiponded to by Mr. Webster of Cali^eiy and Ui: �Lieeoh of Taber. Revive the Old One The latter made a .laggesiion which ll� dwell ou at .lame leiijtih re.^ardine, the desirability of an aosoclatlon com posed of all the iioards of trade or Soutllern Albertn, .Vllied in this man ner tlie greater works could in? more  ftootuaUy carried out by the i r.e body. It wouitJ mean a eirong infl-i-ence lu approaching the govern -iPir^ It would mean a united offorl fur ilie coiisarrnf(on of our iiniural rfsiiiv.-ea and larger and more lelHn.i work (or puTjllclty schemes.'ell' Mr. Dulmage of Bow Island hroiuiht' community. The boards of trade and j gTeetlnga from that town to .Meili iiifjihe people of a comrnunUy should see :ind Mr. Cameron, the local superintendent of the C, P. city with many industries there w.-,s f^T^-; ^-^n^^rked on the great mishes recently but the latest was titled "to re-opt;n the appointmcnl at to the I'ethbridi:;. , changes he saw here in the short time the most serious yet reported. A tel- j_^^keside, east of High Hivcr Thcv thcv came l, vi.sit the Cre.-,; he had been away from .Medicine Hat. egram from the Greek headquarters in surprised Thossaly says a Turkish patrol am-! him. Hr. Cameron made the remark j bivshed and attacked tour Greek sharp ^�\K'^^u II..we :.;!C-?:-r?;! Ad li \ ri !ia;- l-'.i-.sl.aw l- c u..-iri !� ... '. jvi :!iiiii'.Cii _ .a i M n. ,;. 1: I i.e;;.t, , f!-; ;U i -'.! ..1 /(��Mij.il t,f lie-. . ^�r.', I I" I'lC liuiy for! i-e i>,!'t;  I ;;}'�. ..';'! d r...'. ti.at ; ; r.'.d eoni-i.i..:.i;.'a i-,..;i'.\ .if 1':c l.e;.'. aimiwii .t;!.;.)-* i road facilllicj; bef...'eii liiis cin ;i'.d a,"d .--.iv. a .w^ieai vjiriety ol nL-tivc WOrK in ifle jOUtn -nial's what wc pr.'mised il.e l ��'li- l.:r lle-.i) li..i'Kjne .s^,c:i-Ly m IXi:.! bridge people v.hen (l-.ev were here a.s .i;:-l -� i �,. ce ire il i'u'.ci in d -iiate'.i oi/r .tjucst-"^. !l i.'; n[i to us t(-> .';iiii� c,.,- in Is'.M 1 w c.u: ". �'i.'v : e i.a we are men of our word." cb.ar e nf t'\e Xewfditur'.laiid fe^lierie^ So spoke Dr. C. Hweai at iiie in i �.').";-!.i'i. lie e. .sc(i;;id In eoiii-i'.ir.c'-.enti of the T"e.';d;-;y 1,'iric'i Vlidi i.:,\ni( t'u' i '.laaf.cl KivCl, ilKii-ii:); conn......Cu--- i.i China. 1 Ou;j-(l,-> ; t baii- i;el C.if;, i:'(..V07 ; .�\Lli;;-tic Kh- . Ivfi',";:-' (Niiu'i; iivler ill elliei" of ill.! Meihr 11..I.e.;.; Kieel in lilOK-in. (Contini:rd from front pnse) Athens. -March 2.-There haB been At the evening .session oi the com- and Greek patrols on :he frontier, uiittce the tolkiwing mittters were There have been several of these aklr- .settled; The Mcthodi.sLs were per- yesterday c/mccMiinj; pron>l.ses iiiale o.curs-.M.ab' also take the tlaliau work in the Pas.s from C'row's Nest east, and \, lieu Rili.s dfambcr of con merce (Ui -lune I.r .Sweat struck a |) .pulat [iriipus.li.in. the city of hfiibbriclge. There wete^j,^; previous visit to Medicine' shoe;ers. A fight fol!o�Gd and both ^l'*^ Presbyterians take the Freuch for it w;is i:rner:-.;iy aF,r..ed that ser.u. many thinss there rhai would uot do .^^ j^^,, believed that sides were reinforced. The skirmish ^vork in the same territory. Rev fhin'^ sh-nild he done a>;d -r,,Pt,!.,r,- ; he to'j saw considerable progress. coittinued for four hours when the iiryau, af .Vanton, and Rev. Berry, of an at;live charac'icv tnv.n'il kcnpiii;; Turkish troops retreated, leaving two of High Kiver, will cauvas.s denomin- the laitli on tlic rate (,'e.stion. flot hope to have so advantageoiisly.; 'Alberta Irrlgatior," was responded ^^^j, ,uniber dead on 'the Greek lUions of botli churches at Stavelv The cities ivould work with that spirit to by -Mr. tv. Cou.slns. in the absence gj^p ,),, f,,,:!or. ,nfl ( ^.-lev with a view to a .vettl.- of co-operation thai would result iniof .Mr. fjennis, o- the C. P. K.. who ? � - a -iciu. great good to bob. Lethbridgc ready to boost for Medicine Hai. FaiiioiLs British Admiral Tells What Zam-Buk Did For Him Many tamou.s persons have leatiflcd to the great value of Zam-Buk, and Hat. w,.' '^'">'^- f""" ^iMi^l^ take Blind t reck, One of the danger nohirs of (hi.'; coiiii-' liou to mi.ved farming to conserve the uy was the tendency to buosi . real. stock industry v.hleh was falling off pstato values with no other f-nd inl with the decline of the jwncherg. view than the inorcRfie of value that j The Press wrs responded lo by Mr. would ultimately result In harm to thei U. fC Ware and .Mr. A. C. Vockme-o)' the local newauapers, and the ladles bj- Mr. R. OTonnor and .Mr. McMul- inent oi problems of co-operation on both (ields. Methodists will take l.undbvecU and Preiihyterians Hurmis The couniry alo/iR the .\lderfiyde branch between Champion and Hrant. and the last of the hue was divided Ar- BILL MINER FOR K!NGSTONpil_||i,., ! Royal Naval Club, Poi tsmonth, Eng- ,-ow Wood, rnion .lack, Perrvwatcr, Miner, land. Admiral Lloyd aaya: (,hieeustown, l.ihertv, [-iufTaJo lltll. "1 have luund Zam-Buk most re- ' , ,, , � ' . liable for healinR cuts a,nd ahrasians: -Ma.wteiv and Wa.shi.iKlon, while for ihe relief of skin irritation , Presbyterians take .\uhurn, Alston, it is Invaluabli'." that the nruuiremont of Indusnries, jlen Fiske On The Stand pd to Icnow ff counsel e.tpected that saw the wagon about ten seconds the croftn o;uld supress or issue any I and 1 could not flay who tho men were." T |j mildly arciised Mr .\olao day he left the employ of .loiiea anil cr v,!i,.iiing lime, "1 believe ibis iritii wont lo the Industrial school to go would have been over fn:ir days n.ao fo church and that was Sunday, -Vfav of anxJot.y. Back In tho honchrs where the public sits the prisoners 'f 't had not been that sm miieb iline Z'Unl. TirotUer occupies p seat every day '^nd hcnn n-asted," he said, "l don't | Flake on the Stand ehowlng by hie face that lie la fee! jbhinie you cxcliislvely, .Mr. Nolati. ' Ing the poBitlon In which bis brother 1 Tucker Peache's Team Is In. C-onelderable comment as been When adjournineiu waa made at t.to 'ibla Hfteruoon for lunch In the PIske , The chief lext of Calllhoo's eviden'e trial, .lohn Fiske, the priponer, was on roade throughout the trial by coun^e. ^hat on the morning of .May 21, sor.n the stand tealifylng on hU own behalf, lor defense aoont I-.rne;.,t D.-ivJb. Rol.. ,jt^y ,x oViork, he wrnt o.il wUh He h�b flnilv denied the store of the rtsooB counln, not being summoned ^ Robert .lones for whom he was work- crime told by Hobertson. that Is as as a witneea. ilng. lo fix � fence. Ubllp he w�h far as he. tho prisoner, is coneerncd When afljonrnment was made^-es there he sav; a team and wagon tilth Ha sweara nosltivoly thar he did not Kii.i;;s(iin, ():it., M-areli 2 - llill llie niii.'.U'ious mil lav.' and (raiii-rolilier, will, atcordin-r to report here, b'' pl.icc.l in tlie uciilea-liar\ here liv ihe ile:iarie.ie;U cf ;'.;s- Kirkaldy, Thigh Hill, Heid Hill. Mc- ticc .should he he ac(|uiUed of .sr"^^ars^^da^er^.?"-S^r/-cken's Mine, and Brunette. Covresponden'i, who supplied the Cana-! Presbyterians take Meadow Creek dlan paperfi with their dispatches dn'r- and surrounding country west ol Ing the Boer War. Mr. Scudamoro t'larcsholm says: "Some poisonous dyo on my underclothing came In contact wltlt a Methodists take territory east of small ulcer on my leg and blood yiareshoJt/j. poJaoning pet In. Inflamma Ion. pain ' f'resbvterians retire from Fishbum and swoUing followed. My tnedie.tl mans treatment did not seem to do "ork Around Lethbrldge any good, as ulcer after ulcer broHe Methodists keep Kipp and Leth- out, until my left leg from knee to (nidge collieries. foot was one ruuss of sores. I had Prosbvterians I-ike \o 3 \o (i Beventceu dtsep ulcers at one time. 1 rP*>iJ.\ ti.ri.ins taKC .no. d, .^o. (1 I could not p.ii ray foot to the ground, 'i"iv boxes of Zam the e-har,i{e against biiu in (leorsia ;in.l i.,jvcn over io the Doiuiniiui police. This is im nccounl of his csc:il)e iroiii prison iit New He.slluiii.sl.er, ii. C. The authorities icI ihal he v.'iiuld be safer here. CiLUUliiZ V,-Ortii.iated at S15,0U0,('Hib, while I lie l.-ride is heiress to � ior-ar>-,e. Tile cr-remoiiy wa.s performed at thr home nt the brii'.e's father bv Avcli- i in IlUJCUly mops COIlRiia, CHri-S count, iii-'tf felt ibroitt aua lunas.    'iSi mom ;