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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta m Satiiidsiy.Manli11,l�ll. THE LEtllBnipGE,DAILY HERALD ,.. � -j Page 5. n f �Boy Scouts' > WHY F. W. G. Insist on getting "MILLER" Official Uniforms and 'Miller" Accessories If your dealer hasn't them, write us for The Boy Scout Movement and Pamphlet and send us his name The Miller Mfg. Company Ltd. 251 253 Mutual Street Toronto, Ont. Result KASLO MINER KILLED IN MOUNTAIN SNOWSI.IDE I he MiiM'iK cloclric IIrIii, [jlant al Ran (Ion III' WHS ii widower, ^7 years ol agp, and leaves two cliildri.'n In Spokane and two in RellliiKliaiii. An in-(luest will tie lu'ld loniori'ow by Ur llan-fii or Nelson. Nelson, Marcl) n.^^-P. O. ,li 1\ :.-.ion iMiile crossing vit,U Oeorge Han . ,r> lieLweeii Flint mine Qnd Gpti'*' T'i-;. near Kaslu yesterdiiy al'tei-ioon in.'' Instant death in i gnowallde, 'ilii 'iiei; Tvcre on snowslioes. Banliiiry 10 ilip boitoni ol' Mio -.11 I niii.';ii. ll( huiidiny local siimulrons whicli may iveni I'or iielp and i;rlci- � I lln i,e ot' small iinjiortanco now lull form rorpue of tiis comrade wliicli -,vas l:il'", luit lie was not prep.ared to SCI up his Urilisli proclivities when there was 110 lu-cossily for so doing. .-Vnyom- .iusi as capable of ex-pri'ssing an opinion on that matter tuivolu- eNe. them froifl 'thd^traditlonB they had as a people.lf"A'a.i-a people they had developed tlielr own Ideals and selling grain ttljrp'ad would not destroy them.  �  � Llving':^4loi�'g8ide people compoBed largely aS-.they tliemselvcs were, with the sam'e" customs, laws and iradi-lions. Cutiadlaiis would not neglect, on the oiher hand, to develop their own ideals and nationality and keep up the old home and the Imperial connections. They woi.ild live together on all er]u�li!y- realizing that they had a broad duty to establish relations of peace and unity and friendship and neighborliness with ihe people of the j United States. What was more likely to draw them logeilier, no; alone on the material side of the question, tivan the tremendous iraiietus in their trade relations? How (ould they avoid coming to closer business and closer relations, and so removing all obstacles to a friendly understanding between all the English spetiking peo-jile on that continent? iLoud cheers.) � � � Tiiei'e was a movement going on all over the contineiii in which men were more ami more breaking away I from strict party allegiance. He believed there was a gradual breaking i up taking place among political par-' ties on both sides of the line. Questions were coming u]) which would develop great lines of cleavage. That was because people on both sides of the line were beginning to think. That was 'the time for politicians to begin to act. They could not ignore the eft'eci of great popular movements all over the continent in favor of better governmenl. in favor of getting right down to first principles rather than discussing superficial differences which were contained in the party platform. There was only one thing to""be done. If a thing was right they musi go straight on in the direction into which it led .without regard to tradition, policies or anything else. He believed the. West required the proposed change, it it was good for the West and not bad for the whole of tbe Dominion, ^)d, he was not convinced that it would be bad for -the whole Dominion, why should they not support it? He might be criticized by men who view so far as intimate knowledge of the question was concerned from a purely economic standpoint. But. from the national point of view, he did noi yield to anyone in that respect. CHOICE miEAT LAND 5 sm.ii extension. .$20. aloiic wortli �%[~) |�cr iicfc. A Snap at W.mi Terms. Loi� 12, u milm At $85(1 each. Terms. ' LotK 10. 17. Blk.ifi Within 2 blocks new P. 'O". "site. " 15,000. Term. : ,\.\ Three Modern Neat BuiigalowH Nearing complBtion; in best residence district. Enquire price and t.errhi. .1^ See H. J. H. Skeith ee INSURANCE PJione 1343 MONEY TO LOAN study loyalty. t Loud cheers. 1 If the proposed arrangement does not turn out as satisfactorily as it is hoped or intended, it will be a simply thing enough to change it or to abrogate it. The arrangement can be done away with practically at once and that is another reason for trying the experiment. I may bo called selfish, local and provincial, hut I am perfectly willing to accept these large adjectives. (Loud and prolonged cheers.') THE MINERS AND THE OPERATORS CapilaLlesIni WniMM PrtlMi. $f,IM.Ml; T�kl Assets tvcr $45iM.IN. In conclusion .Mr. Haiiltaiu said: "We out here are just as well able as magnates in the east; 1 say we ari^ just as well able to decide what is patriotic or uniiairiotic as they are. 1 am not prepared to sit at the fee: of any of these eastern Gamaliels and The LAST and Richest New Country on the Continent Is British Columbia SlZfi'lU square miles (equal to 238,-42C..s01i acres I of almost virgin territory-composed of thirty mil Hon aires of the finest agricultural and fruit land, fift.v million acres of the besi timber in the world, the Dalance containing ralllions of acres i,)f the richest gold, silver, copper, lead ar.d zinc mining country, as sell as the largest coal deposits on the coniineiif; all will he opened 3P to development within the next five years by three tranacontlnen-;.t,1 and oilier lines ot railroad. (Calgary Albertan.) Negotiations between the Western! C;oal Mine Operators' association and the United Mine Worl^ers of America were terminated abruptly yesterday when the special sub-committee reported no progress in tbe settlement ot the difficulty concerning checking out slips. The conference was adjourned to meet again in this city on March 20. In the meantime the miners' delegates have ieft the city and are already engaged in assemWing their forces in order to nope with a highly probable suspension of opera-tions within the near future. The operators claim that a compliance with the men's request relative to the use of checking out slips is equivalent to a sanction of the closed shop. Tbe miners place a dlfferem interpretation upon the clause over which the two factions have disagreed, and upon this technicality two look a broader isreat and powerful institutions of labor and capital are now at loggerheads. It is understood that District IS ot the r. M. W. of A. has passed upon a draft of the demands being made by the miners and that the said draft is approved by the executive of the organization. This means that the whole power and influence of that body will lie swun.a In behind the men in the event of a strike. This will mean a special le\y upon thousands of miners throughout Canada and (lie Culled Stales, so that the n!ina Peru PhiUpiMM ietan^a Vortugal Ruumaaia KuMia Servia .Siam Sotid** Soulk Africa Strat,, Svadu ' Swiuetlwd, Turkey United SlalM Ifruguiiy -Wat Indiee, Me. ' Ffirmosa France .---- Cevlaii Frch Cachin China Malta Cbui Germany M;incliur3a China Great Hritain Mpxico ------- . ________ ... The amount of these drafts is staled in the money of the country whairc they are pAV-able; that is thev are drawn in stc'riin.iT, francs, marks, lire, kronen, floriiis'^ ye", taels, roubles, etc., a� the maybe. Tbis ensures that tlie payee abroad will  receive tke actual amount intended. 333; ' Lethbridge Brancb - - C. G. K. Nourse, Mgr; THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, 1855. HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL. ' Caplfal Paid I p......... ......$4,00(lk,000 KoKOive 1 iiiid..................$i,40tt,000 7d BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION AfJE.NTS and CORHKSPONDKNTS in all the Principal C�t��s of ths TiNlTKD STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and in all parts of ths World -Collections Promptly Mads- SAVINGS BANK DEPARTM'T rjeposits"^ of IJ and upwards received and interest allowed from dme of deposit. A General Banking Business Transacted This bank endeavors to give prompt and intelligent .attention to all biisinees and invites your Account. Lethbridge Branch-li.l>.JohiiKon, iMaiia^er DIAMOND CITY BRANCH - D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER \s la I MS $3,307,145.19 Coin|>ara(ive Ho.siilt.s of Twelve .Aloiilhs' IJiLsiiiess Increase in Assets............................. �.*f;2;}.S,{>S3.(W) In Net PremiurriB Written ........................Oli'-^ 34 In Reserve for Unearned Premiums ............. "'-j-O 0-4 In Reserve for Taxes .............................. 000 Decrease in Net Surplus . - �>~ Decrease in Marllieve they wotiUJ li:i\e a leMi.-i Bottlement in Canada. I I'.i. y had never heard of a pollticnl ii.';iiaiioii .'.rising where people were j onisperoiis and con^tenied. iLond il.ecrs I It light antl proper lenden-i ic; were allowed to prevail the Americans wc.ild ultimately become good lJilii�herK aK well. They would form a part of ilic community which made HiiilBli \Ai\fi and handed down British iraditiona. Vie did not tliliik there ftoiild lie aii,\ leiideiicy (o take Iheni jua;. frcMii ilie iiioflier coiinlry Selling biiUi.n a{io esffs would not separate Seven railroads are chartered to tuilld to Kort George, the gecgraph-Ical and siraicgio centre ot British '"oliimbia. and natural supply poina I'or Cuu.ida'B great Inland Em|)ire. Kon (iinrgp is at the junction of I.IUO mil -t: of navigable waterways, and will bo one of the largest cities in I lie West. Voii can get in ahead of the raiiioiul ..nd take advantage of the wonderful advance in values if you ai.'f iiuick. Let Us send you a free copy of 'Urilish ''olutnbia Bulletin ot in-formaiion.' e(jntainlug up to dale developineni news and synopsis of Government land, miulue and citn-ber lawK. Act quick; write today. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd. GREENWICH TIME i ADOPTED IN FRANCE l^arls, March '11 .i-In accordance jWith the 1)111 passed in the Senate nn , ' i''( b. 111. central Riiropean or tlreeii-i wii'h lime became the les;al time ot , I r'rance at midnight. At 11.' p.m. llie 1 �clocks throughout the country were' stopped for nine minutes and twenty- i one seconds and railroad trains wore-; i held 111) at stations for a like period i , in order to niali� their running time I coincide with the new condllions. Ry the addition of Greenwich time France is now within the same section as ISug- ; land. Belgium. Holland and Spain. .lames Borland, aged 44, was entang ' 1 led in moving �.'ire at the C. Q. R I Works, Peterborough, and fatally in- 'Jured. I Dean Bl-arty. of Hamilton, who has | ; been transferred to Brantford, was j presented with a pursn of $700 by his coiigTegaiiiin of Si l.awrence church. Paid I'p Capital 1250.000 .loint Owners and Sole Agents Fort George Townsite. Head Office 623 Bowor Bulldins. Vancouver, B. C. DISTRICT SALES SOLICITOR T. M. BRYOEN, ___ __ One Secret to please work and Of success IS people. Our our charges please. Let US have have your next repair joh. We are experts at this trade. J. R. Van Haarlem Rear of Wright s Jewelry Store ....... ,, ;