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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TOOKE COLLARS A feat-iT with our fold collars is, plenty of space for the tie under the fold. When the collar is buttoned, the tie works, back and forth easily. This is important, as the appearance of the ti; depends up_on its r being easily adjusted. .In most collars, once the tie is placed under the fold, it's almost im- possible to move it. The man who has never -worn a JAP'S DEMANDS AGAINST CHINA I'oltui, March, ulti- matum in the case of the Japanese steamship Tatsu ilaru, recently seiz- ed by Chinese, was presented to the head of thu Chinese government board yesterday and today it had the matter under consideration. The irreductible minimum of the Japan- ese claims is the restoration of the steamer as well as her cargo and the payment of full indemnity. Action is demanded within a will Appreciate this. Cut shows our "Alonzo Iron Fiatne Brmnd fold collar. Style and comfort are the strong fea- tures of this collar. Sizes 14 to 18, heights 2, and Price ibc. for sot. TERMS REACHED ABOUT GAS WELL The agreement between the city council and the Klectric Company is Hll settled but the signing. ag- reement -will be ratified by the Elec- tric Co. directorate tonight and ev- erything signed up tomorrow. Herald interviewed the Mayor "reasonable or postpone- ment. Japan, according to the terms of her ultimatum, will take "immediate action. Japan expects a reply tomorrow.- She will not tol- erate China's otter to investigate the cause. She insists upon an apology of the. hauling dowo o, Japanese flags on -the Tatsu Maru and will not accept mediation affirming that China is in error and that the facts are incontrovertible. Baron llayiashia the Japanese min- ister to China, delivering the ul- timatum, made reference to Japan's sympathy for China in the matter of contraband in arms and ex- plained that China could not expect mediation as long as she did not ad- mit the participation of the .Portu- gese. BANK OF VANCOUVER Bill for Incorporation PtMt Commit- ttt at Ottawa Ottawa, March the bill for the incorporation of the bank of Vancouver was called in the House of Commons banking and commerce committee today. Hon. Mr. Fielding- said that before the charter was granted the Commons should have assurance of the standing of the n who were connected with the enterprise and their ability to carry it through, also that promoters would not be coming back to Parliament for extension of time. .Mr. Guthrie for the promoters of the bill said the bank was being organized. In response to. a demand on the Pacific Coast for native banks. Assur- ances given by Messrs McPherson and Gafliher as to standing of the. promoters when Mr. Fielding ex- pressed satisfaction and the bill oassed. GOVERNMENT COMMENDED ABOUT TIMBER LANDS For Enforcement of Liquor Law and Shorter Hours for Bars CONSERVATIVE PARTY KEEP LETTERS JAPAN'S CASE QOOO Washington, D. C., March think the good sense of China will result "in a satisfactory within a day or so." This was Ba- ron Takahira's cornent today when asked regarding the recent seizure by China of the Japanese steamer Tatsu Maru with a cargo of small arms aboard. Asked whether he had taken up with iht American ment the question of alleged protests regarding Japanese commercial na- tivity in Manchuria, the ambassador replied that he had not, but he add- ed. understand that Minister Wu has made some statement on that Of Interest to Women 0YAL, Rev. J. M. Harrison returnee1 this morning from Calgary where he was attend'n" -the provincial convention t of the' Alberta Temperance and Kor- subject and he will be here shortly." I again. Beat whites of eggs to stend- "efor-i League The convention Information has reached here of the ing froth, stir gently-no more beat- ai i __i__ii _f ii.. ia_.._ RECIPES SPONGE CAKE Eleven eggs; the weight of nine eggs powdered sugar, the weight of six eggs sifted flour. Grated rind and juice of two large fresh lemons. Separate eggs, beat yolks and add sugar. Bent again as light as possible add lemon rind and juice and teat was largely atended there being fifty- five delegats outside of Calgary, every absolute'accuracy of the statements J of the flour into the yolks that China proposed to submit to aland sugar mixture, then half the part of the province Demg represent- mixe acoun, me ed. The chief interest centered in the proposal for government to seize the Japanese vessel Tatsu Maru. Japan peremptorily declined the liquor traffic, was defeated in committeee but reached the convention in a proposal that steps be taken to eliminate "all personal interest in- the liquor traf- fic. After considerable discussion matter was one year. The convention "very heartily ex- pressed its "gratification at the action of the Legislature in passing the re- cent liquor legislation, especially the curtailing of the hours of sale to ten .o'clock, and at the way in which the law was being enforced. The conven- control of to agree to any such proposition and The proposition i insisted on her demands for the sur- the rest- of flour and, of the whites. Bake in one large or in two small loaves in a mod- erate oven for from three quarters to one hour, according to size of loaf. This recipe has been used for more than sixty years. render of the ship. Jt is not understood that Japan has presented an ultimatum to China. The opinion in Washington is that SGGLESS GINGERBREAD if the statement of facts stated j One cup molasses or syrup. Flour by Japan are correct then that coun- sifted and added to the molasses un- try had a perfect right to demand the return of the vessel. Mukden, March has been compelled to vacate or buy all 'of the Russian banks throughout Manchuria seized during the war and consequently has lost prestige with til it is as stiff as can be stirred. Add two large tablespoonfuls of fresh sweet lard, melted, and" one cup of boiling water in which is dissolved three teaspoonfuls baking soda. Fla- vor with spice or ginger to suit taste and bake in a slow oven in any de- It takes about The and several AJdermen as well as repre- sentative of the Electric Company however, said that it -was ag- Committee at Ottawa is Investigating to Railway Act Ottawa. March House of Commons railway committee today reported a. bill to amend- the railway act, promoted by Mr. Kennedy, mem- ber for Jsew Westminster. The rnea- makes railways liable for dam- reed that the terms be not ina.de public until it was finally sett- Jed, as-it might cause difficulties to i __ made i apes fire to a11 Property on their Carry Arcund Important Doc- uments for Nearly a Year Ottawa, March have been presented to the House of Com- January 1 1906. An an- alysis made of these returns accord- ing to a statement brought down in the Commons today, makes an il- luminative commentary on the recent that the Chinese. At Harbin'flour milled] sired form or pans _ Chinese wheat is underselling an hour's baking. The addition or the hours of sale bt, reduced Imc4can floar the American j seeded raisins-a cupful-with. spices trade is threatened. An important changers reported as imminent. The demands adopted by Japan have not been settled, but- o'clock. The two chief things adopted by the convention were a determination to carry local option wherever possi- ble and to abolish the bars in the province. The convention was glad to know that the attorney-general had promised to constitute a new license district wherever the temperance peo- ple wished it for the purpose of carry-j A NEW PLAN OF MILITIA ing local option but protested against j the threee-fiiths majority clauses and whereby Canadian Officers Would Be It was makes it almost p as good as fruit cake. PUDDING SAUCE the S100 guarantee clause, determined to try to do away with pint bottle selling and city deliveries The banking and commerce com- aittee also passed the Xorth Empire an ms __. I Fire'Insurance Company's bill. This In genero however the ulonffthe oi Aid Q{ tion at the last Council meeting -viz. i tha drilling. Northern. that the city continue pay for the well in installments as certain depths are reached. consideration of the purchase of that the press plant., is not Further! Public accounts committee contin- ued thw inquiry into the circum- i stances under which several blocks I of timber lands in Western Canada .went is -j wen- disposed of by the department nt the interior. G. IT. Eieley, pro_ commissioner G ,bability be in the next day or TA Q{ debate in the to the -by wholesale liquor s production of original documents. The' Opposition a few w.eeks ago led by Mr. Ames and Mr. Foster, occupied The "officers elected were: Presi- the Chinese government is becoming} y0jj. of one egg> three-quarters cup more conciliatory concerning r'egu- SUgar> one tablespoonful _of butter, latione in the foreign settlements, i three tablespoonfuls cream, three ta- 1 blespoonfuls brandy. Beat well the sugar and butter, then add the egg- i Put together in a double boiler, just 1 bring to a, boil, add white of egg and serve at once. Attached to British Regiments Ottawa. Ont. 'March report of the militia council says correspon- Royal Gromi is a Superior Laxwiry it Has a wvitint MM! mtt price, drdiaar cakW better wxk tbaa 8 let a to- Crpwita-wlry Soap CROWH Limited WINNIPEG SALAD DRESSING Break two eggs in a bowl and beat dpnce has taken place between Can-jthem welL Add one teaspoonful su- dent, J. R. Cowell' Red Deer; sec-iadiau and Irrmierial governments rel-jgsrj one.half teaspoonful salt, half T t i i retary, Rev. G- G. Webber, Innisfail; ative to a proposal eminating from the latter that officers of the imperial two or" three days-in a vehement de-' treasurer, W. J. Brotherton, Medicine anand that whenever desired the orig- Hat; field secretary Rev. G. W. For- yeomanry regiments in Great Britain wjien visiting or temporarily residing _ i in colonies should bs attached to (colonial mounted forces for training After Delaying Prorogation Looses, similarly mustard, three table- spoonfuls vinegar, one taWespoonful inal documents should be brought {tune, Calgary, down or returned ordered. A what has happened to many of the returns brought during the past year Jgoep strikingly to out the cream, added last, and cook double boiler. until CURLING FEATHER BOAS partment was examined by H. B. _ Ar- -Vim-i M. P but he had no recollec- The .coders CANADIAN FORCES were received by him but 1 h- passed them to the land commis- OttaTia, March i j. Q. Txiriff now M. P. for oral Otter, has declined the offer of their dispute over the seizure by jn ihc 'hands Of the solicitors to be China of the Japanese steamer Tatsu drawil up. Maru at Maceo to the Hague tribun-j wrecks of small craft, most of them on the east coast of Ireland. Altogether about twenty "lives nave been lost. FROZEN TO DEATH Yorkton, Sask., March 2To- voksky, a Hungarian farmer living a few miles from town "was found beside-the roadside this morning dead. Novoksky was in town yester- day and it is supposed that while re- turning home in the evening he fell out of the sleigh and being unable to rise was frozen to death. al. general of Newfoundland has assum-jwas sitting. Mr. Oliver said if the ed the leadership of a new political committee passed an order that they party in opopsitipn to the administra-j should be viewed at other times, tion of Sir Robert Bond. The general elections will be held next November. PRISONER CUT HIS THROAT Winnipeg, March being taken to Portage, la Prairie jail by Constable Williamson, Thomas Demp- scy, of Rollin, Man., cut his throat while on the C. K. R- train and is in dying .condition. Dempsey tried to. shoot himself during the night and also tried to jump off the train. The deed was done by a small knife which had been hidden in his cloth- ins. 'The man wan insane. would bow to this ruling, but would not depart from the rule established at the request of any one member. j tion. The premier told Mr. Foster that j the report, of the commission ing into the Quebec bridge disaster} TAKING MH. SI NCI-AIR S U-ORK. would be laid on the table of "House next week. Champlmm Tercentenary STRANGLES HERSELF 81. Catherines, Ont., March 6 Mrs. A. G. Sangster was found dead in her room this afternoon having hfTflftlf. Minimi's Liniment- Co., 'Limited. Dorais, a customer of mine, was completely cAjrcd of rheumatism after five years of suffering, by the judicious use of AflNARB'S '-LTNIMTSNT. The above facts can be verified .by writing to him, to the Parish Priest or any of his neighbors. A. COTE, Merchant. St. Isadora, Quo., 12th May, '98. Five or Six te Be Eitablished by of Agriculture Hon. W. T. of Agriculture, made a very important announwimttnt at n banquet at Pon- oka this week when he intimated that it was tlic intention of his department to establish some five or six model farms throughout the province to be run on a practical paying -basis as an evidence of what can be accom- plished in agriculture in this splendid province. The House again went into com- mittee on the bill to provide a 000 grant to the Champlain Tercent- enary celebration at Quebec. Mr. Foster demanded a definite statement as to what the government proposed to do with the Ross Rifle Rev. A. Hamilton came down from Calgary last and will take j over Mr. Sinclair's work I City until the latter recovers his j TORONTO OFFICIAL SHORT I Toronto, March board of control this morning discussed the shortage discovered in the accounts of George Adamson, an official of the water works department. The city treasurer said he had been work- ing on the books. The amount will probably reach over Adam- son was bonded for more than that amount. THAT HEITLKR CASE The case of A. M.' Btepplcr, who jwas charged with soliciting life in- 'siirance-without, a municipal license was in ken up yesterday afternoon be- fore Magistrate Humphrira. health. Sir Frederick Borden said the lease was for a period of ninety-nine years, but it within the power of the government to giving resume control .by Christie. Ban created much amusement by voting for the bill by mistake and then withdrawing to vote against the bill. consideration had nothing to do with the Ross rifle factory. The national battlefields commission report, against the necessity of iUs removal. On the USE CANADIAN MATERIAL Toronto, March Canadian manufacturers forwarded a protest to the Dominion government against American cement and steel being used in the three quarters of a mile of building inland from the Canadian port of the Michigan Central Railway tunnel under the Detroit river from Detroit to Windsor, dcncc taken. No evi- C. P. F. Cony- bcare for the city and W. C. Ives for fore the District u eventually 'go to the Supreme Court- SAFE IN THEIR SEATS Toronto, March t Hocken, Harrison and Spence are safe in their seats. Master in Cham- bers Cartwright, in his decision hand- ed out refusal to remove them on quo warranto proceedings instituted by Geo. Milligan. The decision is based on the belief that the manifest ntent of the people should not upset, en a, technicality. CANDIDATES FOR, Harcourt, deputy minister of agriculture, is a candidate for the TJn motion for. a third reading of the bat- tlefields commission bill Arrnand Le- i Armand Lercrgne declared that if the factory is to be removed the people of Quebec should receive a guarantee that it will not- be lost to Quebec. Sir Fred said the govern- ment would prefer that the factory remain at the. ancient His idea was that land was suitable out side the city for an arsenal work and rifle factory. Premier Lauricr re- minded the House that the bill under COST OF R IDEAL) HALL Ottawa, March return tabled mown amendment that, in the House by Minister of Public "clause "be struck out which pro- Works shows 'that expendi- that. any British Dominion jversky Senate. J. Brown, B. A., of Medicine Hat. inspector. of schools for South- Alberta. is in the field for the University Senate. granting'? 100.00 should h? entitled to a representative of the battlefields commission. The amendment was lost, Levergne. alone voting for it. On vote being taken the bill was carried 9J to II. Those voting against the bill were Messrs. Barr, Jackson, Henderson, Wilson, Blain, Herron, Taylor, Owen, Staples, Alcorn and turea of Kideau Hall 1891 to Dec. 31. Of this amount maintenance of 1907 was was for bxuldingB, heating and lighting; for construction and improvement of buildings; OOCfor improvement of grounds. MTNARD'S LINIMENT CURBS DANDRUFF. SLICKERI Clean-Light Durable Guaranteed "Waterproof HOCKEY AT FORT WILLIAM Fort, William, March Wan- derers of this city played the.Maple L'pafs of Winnipeg to a standstill last- night at the Arena rink. There were two thousand people present. The play was fast and at one time it looked as if the Wanderer might win as the score was tied at four to four; The Maple Leafs then scored two more and the Wanderers one making the final score 6 to 5. The Maple Leafs left for Montreal to play lor the Stanley Cup. urw r.OMMISSlONER F. H. Chrysler, K. C., Ottawa, Will Replace Late Judge Klllam Ottawa. March is said to be little doubt but that F. H. Chrys- ler, K. 0., will accept and be offered the chairmanship of the Dominion railway commission in the place of the late Judge Killam. ;