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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LKTHIiHIDUE. TUESDAY. MARCH 8, 191-t CKXTS NL'.MHEK C9 HINDUS ARE MENACE TO OUR CIVILIZATION Stevens or Vancouver Takes Strung Stand Against Asiatic Immigration ORIENTALS FAVOHKD WILSON READS PLEASING NEWS TO HIS CABINET! Oliver Said They Were Allowed to Knter When Whites Were Kept Out Ottawa, Match 3. The Asiatic jirobler.i as it allecls Canada and particularly Urilisli Columbia, was the iubieul ol an extended de- bate in Hie C'oiimwis vesti-nlay at- .teni'jim. lion. 1'ratik Oliver started tho ball rolling by moving foe all 1'ar- ticulars relating to the oidcr-in-coun i-il passed iii IK'Ccuibci- last prohibit- ing entry into llritish Columbia be f.vetn that dale anil March 31, ntx of laborers and artisans. He ctiti lha government lor exceptioi fiom this onler ol Chinese anil Vurliori of time, the Japanese. Another point oi criticism wa what the ex-minister described as ikpailurc, from the. practice oi Hi department ol immigration in ing its regulations to be over-rule by an order oi court. This, he sail was in marked contrast to what hap jiencrt in connection with the tlarr M'hatv case, an American fun Itivc from justice was deported il spite the courts of (lie. province io PASSENGERS M WRECK SAVED BY STEEL PRESIDENT WILSON Who read Grey's melsage. to his Cab- inet, relieving the tension GRAIN TRUST ARRAIGNED llodies Which Set ihc Price of Rob Farmers of a-Yciii Chicago, III- March port Huron special of Granj Trunk Chicsjo behind, crashed Into a freight train in th; city yards Icdav, killing a freight brake man and seriously injuring I wo othtr men. The passengers on the ail-sterl train were shaken up and several of them slightly injured. Marley Burns cf Chicago, brakeman on the freight train, died in the ambulance; Breen, Chicago, conductor on the freight train, sustained internal injuries; Mrs. J. J. Jump and Mrs. S. A. Funklngton, both cf St. Paul, removed to their hotel in automobiles; they are said to be suffering from firght and shaking up. The passenger train plunged through several cars of the freight and the wreckage took DESTROY LETTERS! SulYriiijcUcs at Vancouver I'ol-' low i'ankhiirs! Tin-lies Using Strong Chemical Vancouver, II- C., March 1'oital authorities are lu limt seri- ously on an at'.eu.'Ji ma'lr je-iicnl.iv at (our u'lVL la I'.istroy in a Post bui at Hi Abbott "'ami Cordiua sli tre, of the business Mil months ago I'o'sunaxler icetivi'J b-'icral letlrr, si Settc" ami declaring uiili-'S woi.ien