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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Lethbridge Daily Herald Lethbridge, Alberta. Thursday, March ASK MEMBERS TO SUPPORT Y.M.C.A. DEPOSED RULER NOW IN INDIA Action Taken By the Board Of Trade Council the Council of the Board of Trade give hearty support to tbe work of securing a Y.M.C.A. building for our city ana the members of the Board of Trade generally be -to give all the as- sistance possible to further this de- sirable work. The above is a resolution moved by Fritz Sick and seconded by A. H McKcown at meeting of the Boan of Trade Council todav. E. M. Thomasson, the Y.M.C.A general secretary was present and out lined briefly tbe plans of the Y.M.C A. for this city and of ttie method of operation. He said tha having sized up the situation h thought it necessary. to raise instead of owing'to the cos of the site. The plan of campaig was outlined. Addresses will made at the churches on Sundaj March 13. and a banquet held Monda night. No solicitation for money or subscriptions will be maoc on either occasions. The subscription cam- paign will begin on Tuesday morning. Dr. Tory of Edmonton and Supt. Price of Calgary will b'c the initial speakers at the banquet. In reply to their query concerning Sunday closing of post offices, the Dalia Lama, Pope of the Buddhists, Reaches Durjling DarJaHng, British India, March Dalai Lama, the religious head of the uddMst, has lied from Liliasa two peks ago and more recently was de- osed as 'head of the Tibetan govern- ipnt, arrived here yesterday after- oon. He was the object of a great Isplay of religious fervor on the part f'lihe Buddhists. A 'big procession of the faithful met he Tibetan pope some distance from lie city and escorted him with grand eremony, The Dalai Lama's pro- jress wus frequently baited by hyster- cal women praying permission to CLARESHOLM BACKS UP CUSHING Liberals Send Tele gram To Their Local Member ouch the high priest's garments or hrusting up babes io toe blessed. The Dalai Lama and his suite were nstalled in the Druid hotel, tiie Lami limself occupying the top floor, a no one Is permitted to sleep ou a higher level than he. There is an altar in the orner of the room and Incense lamps burn .Incessantly foefor images of Buddha. HOMELESS BY FLOOD Village Of Herkimer Claresholm, Alta., March meeting of the Claresholm Libera Club' held here today it was unani mously resolved that the membee were in entire sympathy with the at titudc of Mr. Cushing in connectio with the Alberta and Great Water- ways Railway, and a resolution to that effect was'drafted and telegraph- ed to Mr. McKenxie, the local mem- ber and also to Mr. Cushing. The political position is still the subject of general discussion. DRAMATIC SCENE IN THE LEGISLATURE R. B. Bennett Makes Serious Charge Against Hon.C. W. Cross-Gushing Substantiates It-Attorney General Denies secretary of the Winnipeg Trade Boar-d of In further reference to your letter of the 38ih inst. the council of this Board direct me to iniarm you that in view of the strong resolution for- warded by this Board, protesting ag- ainst the then proposed closing of the Winnipeg post office door to the pub- lic on Sunday and which post- master general had before him, when j Eamonton, .March in the political history of Western Can- ada can compare with the dramatic events which were enacted in the leg- islature today. In a speech which took over five; hours to deliver 'Mr. Bennett, junior member for Calgary, unmercifully flay- eJ the members of the Alberta admdn- istration in connection with the Al- berta and Great Waterways transac- tion. "I shall ask the senior member for Calgary if this is not said M Bennett "Substantially replied MT Cushfag, amid solemn stillness. Mr. Cross emphatically denied the statement, saying that if the junlo member for Calgary made the state- ment outside of the house he woul know how to deal with him. 'He cal th Utica, March only manner in which the. village of Herkimer can be reached is by boat and through the raging floods that surround the vil- lage. This is a most dangerous and unpleasant effort. No trains have been run through the village since last evening and it is reported now that the central Hudson railway bridge east of the village will be dy- namited during the afternoon. At present and through the night trains on tbe central run from Hoff- manns to just east of Utica on the vest shore. This causes great delay I n the schedules. Trolley cars can pproach the town on the west only as far as Mohawk and from that Poinr on, one must take to a boat, crossing the swift channel of the ri- 'er and about a mile of roaring flood. The highways on the West and North are covered with great volumes of tvater and floating ice and no vehicle, could be forced through them. The situation at Herkimer itself is grave. Throughout the night the village was in complete darkness, the gas and electric light plants being rendered useless -by the flood. The AWFUL DEATH FROM MAD DOG Condition In Ontario Becoming Most Alarming London, Ont., March Hayes, a butcher living at Dorches- ter, ten miles east of here, sustained suck terrible injury yesterday by be- ing bitten by a mad dog that it is feared he will net live to reach the Pasteur Institute, in New York Hayes was out for the, first time in weeks, having broken his leg, and was shifting ashes in the back yard when the dog rushed in and jumping a' him. fastened its teeth in his shoul der. (Continued on Page 5.) KING EDWARD'S PLEA FOR PEACE Mesage to Convocation of Clergy Expresses Desire London, March a reception -esterday to the Archbishops of York and Canterbury and members of con- ocation of each diocese, the King made some noteworthy comments on peace. Replying to the address of convocation of Canterbury, His Ma- csty said: "Your recognition of my efforts to maintain the peace of the world gives me special pleasure. Upon peace, the health, happiness and material pro- gress of all nations depends, It is my constant prayer that our country may be spared the perils and misery of war. which, in this modern age must involve the ruin of millions." Replying ;l of tne accident.' made in, the Cowlcy hotel, where a j nursos- homc cosllng Messrs. w-ro offered at 110 and he had know-! ;hjs of por wooh banquet was held. The dining room ;1nd Co. have the contract j lodpc was resplendent with flowers and oth- ,OI !his It wil, hc ltro cr 'decorations lastcnilly arranRctl and a storeys High and built of brick, l All the mem, of the choicest order. The D. R Miller has taken out a build-) wore tliat ttiey were eagerly bougbt j bo an for Sinirh for Xjsbot andi ;no rom.rk, of Mr. Bennett ant, for the dcfence.i particularly made ngninst the; Many More Heroes K. Bailey, who keeps the hotel Wellington, was besieged by a score half naked, bleeding men who for clothing to wear so that ;hey u back in the cold and join irv rescue work. Dr. Cox. a Great portionnte io tiiHr station. Ameri-j seem to mvd titles and Europ- isanitary inspector in the health de- partment over a large number of oth- applkams for the position. Mr. Brooks, who wa> requested lo go to the authorities i before tin- appointment, finally ihcmonov. I do not believe in last snob marriages. Americans should marrv at home arid Europeans like-] title cannot mean anything! America because it was n- ht amJ tl. Wlth King and the craft" xvas respondedjing pcrmit folir houses on Round !nt forney general as the culprit in the! to: V- the company in the usual fash-j strcet ;U a ,otat cost OI- transaction. The cloak of Ignorance ion. "The, Grand Lodge of Alberta" j Stacoy Lumber Co. Ltd. havei-Tid incompetoncy was thrown taken out a permit for a warehouse j the Premier. and stable on James street at a cost; Mr. Brr.nrr; dwelt strongly on the oi' ?750. j fact that ho was not making expos- :o" ivriv.rit He said ho, ,..avr j -n of p aw, family M; jn Ulhbridw Lad- r.anru-r paid not the slightest mnr, luiiii reiving his Cal- action to was responded to by H. -I. .Smith; 1 "The Old Timers" by IT. K. Tlyde. "The Church" by Uev. "Freemasonry" by Maclrod of Letnhridr'e: 'The New Lodge" by! M. A. Murphy. Dr. Wright, Dr. Johnston and .John Krmmis also ad-'i SMITH IS IMI'KOVING dressed ;he gathering. The was a. profitable and pleasant one to' all present, while the banquet sup-iv_ plied by Host McMillan left nothing1. to be SETTLERS' RECORD woald stand aside and steadily. Tlis comlition is very satisfac- torv. and Fireman S. A. brought ;iho livst direct news from The (lisas-, tor. According to Dr. Cox most of The physician who returned from', aurnuon u> ner interviewer's sug-'; sary Appointment has been on tho nteM with threo of about wrongs porpciratrd up-lsiAftoi Arr-hitfct. ,Ias. A. Macdonald. tiip survivor Mr. Forsythe. R. N. hcr wx- Xow arousrxl her ivcvious to to hn or scorn. Her sympathies are r.ot j u-as in the work with suffragette movrments. sanitary vnginc-cring in ihc Old "It'is ?aid. ''unheard Country, in-ing .1 graduate of the col- of and altorctlier ioo urswomanlike for nf the Sanitary Institute in Lon- a woman io compete masculine; don, Kng., tlv. proif-i.sors ot which superiority." are .sorni- the greatest exports iu "Who would likr to make fools of [sanitary svier.te in the world, tliemseh-es liko English suffragettes Mr. Hrooks therefore a arc rloing''" added Mrs. Hristol. wife; man for ihe joh 'and Calgarv it of Kdmun'I Bristol, n member of par-i appear has the rijriu man. He, liamenr is one o: the party. ibe much missel in musical and other s-'." Ladv ir. Leihliritige. Story of a Survivor Sixiocn of iiiiMn wcrt; tLikcn to ingtoii and arc now ia a temporary iiospital. Ono survivor described the sensation as similar :o tJiat on a storm siiip at A sMvm was rap- ins tin' jicliir.inpc ;