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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 12,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD floWering^bulbs GLADIOLUS These are moat effective in the garden, the colors are nuignilfioent and thejr Kr� aaaiJy grown. , Wb offer : Choice Mixed-10 for 30c.: 25 for 65c.; $2.25 per 100-postpaid. ' \ GrofT'i Hybrid Seedling:, Mixed -10 fort -Wc.; 25 fdr 75c.'; $2.50 per lOO-rposlpMil. Btuce's White and Lig-ht SbkdeB-fO' for 50c.! 25 fflt $1.00: $3.50 per 100- Cfiildii Mixed-10 for 60c.; 25 for $1.25; $4.25 pet 100-po.tpeid. Brace's Superb Miiced,' maiie m'hy our-jclvei from all vpriq(io�-tlie be(5 for 60c; 25for$i.35;$5.00perl00-poitp.i(f. , Named Varieties, any color (tea catalogue) I Oc. to 50c. each-postpaid. DAHLIA^ SpleniKii named soiU, all colois, 22c. each; $2,20 per doz.-postpaid. Otdinaiy varieliei, mixed, 12c. each; $1.20 . per doz.-poatpaid. KTDpC^Our handflofnely illiMtrated ii*-paffe rntt cataiojfu* of "  �� - Farm Seedy. Outbi GarcIenTrnpIi John A.Bruoe �& Oo.Ltd.yHamiSton/ltaiitQrio talofrU� of VeBbiBble, Flower and Is, Uutbs, Ptan#. P'oa\tar Supplies, plenwnts, efc. WriltfWrit, 135 ' Ai mm At Stapland atiss LouiSe Elllotte came, sang and conquered., �: Never before has such an ovation been given to any of the Btarland entertainers, as was given Miss Elllotte last evening. Her ren-l elation of Miss K. Lindsay .Jones' "rendering of "My Starilght Maid;" and the singing of the chorus,by members oi the audience undoubtedly did myich to increase the pleasure bf.'the ent^rt'ain; ment. This talented ladiy vocalist "will be hoard again tonlgiit in a popular melody with a stirring chqfue'that everyone is requested,to-join. in. , ' The program presented,will.as usual be of very higih merit. 'Special mention should be made ,of ,a.n,, excellent story prettily told, entitled ''Jly Baby" anil for patrons tpknp.wr Jj;.ls, trcim;the Blograph studio-is sufficientUo,.guarantee its ejccelleuce. 'iLTi^n and.JUau-1^" Js; a 'Strong Mexican draula ;df railroad' life, aiia'/teenii';' Vi'i^li ~sltuai tions of exciting interest'.,''The humorous part of the program consls^p. (|f two comedies of a oha,ractej* that wU) infuse new lite into all those'who,see them. Come with the crowd ,"anid spend a pleasant hour. You will surely come again. Prioeg',10 and IBc;, boxes 25c. wJatine^  Satdrday:. 'only, dhlldren Sc; ,"a r.-: MONEY TOO -TIGHT FOB ' SWiTZERLANP; LOAN TONIGHT AND' TOMORROW BANNER PROGRAM A Pleasing Simple Story Prettily Told. Uiian & Juanita' A Strong Dramatic Railroad Story, ,and TWO CAPITAL COMEDIES Oome in and Hear Miss Lmday Jones Popular Songs Prices: 15c and 10c; Boxes 26c. London, March" 11'.-Thfe V'tightneas" of money, and the prevalent lack of confidence among financiers is again well illustrated by the attempt of the Swiss government \tp.*obtalpa Idau. Switzerland souglit last- week to place In London a $2,000,000 loan for t)venty, years at,;4% per, cent.. Issued at 06%, and a .?l,000,00o"loaii^ for twenty years, at: 4%, per ceuete.,' Issued at 96. The larger loan was definitely-re-' fused yesterday,' but' one 'fliihncle'i' said he would trjs to find'the' money for the smaller loan if the Yssue price were put at 94. -, , , ", ' ".  Ottawa, March 11.-To all appearances the contiiiuo'Js debate in ihe house of common.s over the naval proposals of the government will not bo affected as to length by the letter oi Hon. Winston Churcliill which was j-ead in the house last night- by Mr. Borden and in vv'hich the statement was made thait it would not be practicable for the Dominion to undertake the construction" of a navy. The letter has produced a change in the general tenor of the talk, and instead of the Liberals now quoting from tha speech made by Mr. Churchill advocating 'the construction of local navies ' by the over.seas dominions they are criticising him tor his latest declaration in regard t^ the matter. That was the general tenor of all the speeches made this atternoou and eveni.ng, the main purpose of which seemed to be to show that the Can-.idian Premier and the First Lord of the Admiralty had entered into a definite" agreement that the Canadian policy is. to be one of continuous contribution.. Liberal speakers said that if this is so, the government should make 'a Sftatement ais to what brought about the alleged change in views of the-Lord of the Admiralty. ' ' �Oyijing to the policy of silence whicli. is beiii.g maintained to the right of-the speaker there has been no ministerial reply to the assertions of the opposition, and no one has yet come to the defense of the British minister.^ Some of the strongest words of Mr. Churchill .heard from the'Liberal beiiclies came tonight from the Ups of tlon. ri. R. Em.merson, who was the first speaker after dinner.. Amongst a number o� similar utterances he said : "What right has Mr. Churchill to tender, advice to the Canadian people as to what they shall or,shall not,^ in regard to the domestic diRerences of opinibn ? It is an insult to Canada, unwarranted aivd unjustified. It is a gratuitous and insuiting interference with the political altairs of Canada. , , "Any reflections against the ability of .the pepRle of Canada are" in this case refiectioiis, upon oilier, overseas doinihions," he said. ' - ''What right has Mr. Ch\irchill :to say that warships- cannot be- built in Canadavvhen eminent British shipr building firms" were ready, under the, late government to establish their yards and build ships in Canada? This "fact in itself rebukes every contention of Mr. Churchill,"' ' '.^ , "Does Mr. Churchill dare to say that � in Canada there aie not men equal to those of Britain? That ,we have not men of-brains and ability ?'"', "Mr. Churchill is impregnated with the idea that 'Canada is synononious with colonial,' and that there is an^ inf-jriorit.v. marking, Canadians because Ave do hot happen to be iii the centre. "We .will listen to his reasonable advice, but;when a member of the, British government presumes to tender advice gratuitously to the .people of Canada as to what he considers their- capacity, it is the veriest insult to the people pf Canada, nay, it is ah insult to the people of all the overseas dominions."' "There.is no dignity which hedges^ even a meniber pf the pr.ivy council, and I think the day has gorie hywhen Look for the spear Avoid imitations Made in Canada WK.;WrigleyJr.Cp�Ud� , 7 Sc,ott Street Toronto, Ontario B. 0*800. Adv. Chicaco the people of Canada will bow down even before a First Lord of the Admiralty." , '  ;:' A If there is a Row Gaul and Teuton Win'Clash >. at Arms . Berlin, March 11.-"Tlie, senoi-qfflcial Cologne Gazette piibli.shes an extraordinary leading article," headed,. "The Mischief Maker", in which it says : "It will not be difficult for the German government to justify the neces- customers who have never before been a fashionable golf club, or.NVinston delinquent. Churchill to "receive newspaper re- Another aggravating factor is the porters as though they "vvere men and deficit caused by the -withdrawal of brotherSi, and representatives of sev-' the immense" balance witli foreign oral other men and brothers., There banks formerly kept on ll^an in ' this seems, "hbwevbr;;"-t6 be a-:Kint for-As- country; A money , famine can only' be relieved fronr abroad. Gold must 'be imported. This has been drawn on last week to the extent oi $1,500,000.; and still heavier importations are in progress of arrangement with the United States.--, ; IRE Mi RIlHiNISIERS PRESIDENT WILSON FURNISHES LONDON STANDARD WITH  THEME FOR LECTURE quith in the frowning" face'whicli Mr', Wilson has turned'on those �who,s'eelc witii too indecent e.xpectation," some RAILROADMAN. TO LAY OFF London, March ll.'-^President Wilson's democratic and teetotal - regime at the White Hi^ilss has"ar6uSed Inuch MORRIS THEATRE FOUR. NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE , TONIGHT The OKver J. Eckhardt Stock Co. PRESENTING *Tlie Man on the Box^ CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLyI CURTAIN RISES, AT. 8,15 POPULAR PRICES Seats on Sale at the Box-Office TODAY Miss Louise EUiotte .BARITONE 'IN :.HER BROTHER'S; CLOTHES" SINGING THE LATEST SONG SUCCESSES TOMORROW ; ALL FEATURE" ^ PHOTO-PLAYS, INCLUDING The Vengeance of Egypt A WEIRDL:'^ SENSATIONAL THRisE-REEL PRODUCTION' NUMEROUS GREAT COMEDIES ALSO ON THE BILL. sity' for tli'c army' iricireiise if it will' intea-est here, njaav newspapers devot-anly'speak out plainl}'^,, cand without jng editorials, to the subject. The T3v-mihcing words, ' 'indicate the point ening Standard, under the caption, from.which-danger is threatened as ..^j-r. Wilson's cabinet an e.xample for all the world realizes, from Franpe.", British statesmen,',',says :, � , .,, , The paper says-nohody underesti-I '.rj.],g ^^^^ democratic, members of mates the gravity o! the new condi-; Mr. Asqiiith's' government might do tions in the Balkans, but when the .prell to study this American unosten-country is .asked to make such lieavy tatiousness. We would not, ask sacrifices, chapter and verse must be Llovd-George to refrain from joining given and the government's finger-must-point to the precise spot from which there is imnriediate peril^that is, France. It adds ; "Never were our relations with our western neigh-j hois so strained .ks today.. Never has the idea of revenge been so openly | flaunted .Never has it been so ap-i parent. French made their Russian ; alliance and their English friendship , for the. sole object of recapturing Alsace-Lorraine, "One thing is absolute sure. Whenever the -fforld catches fire the Germans will have to cross swords with France. "Wlicn that happens nobody can cell,'' ' Wholesale realizations of foreign security," principally Canadian Pacific sharep, are taking place in Germany iri ,0'c^o'i! to relieve the un'precedonted^ �aniiji9ri6f gold and'money.. The stock: exchapg^s In Berlin and elsewhere in Russia wore closed today on account of the centenary of-the nation's rise against the Napoleonic opgression. ' To procure moneyi inifeStors are saorifi^lhg their foreign,holdings. This conditjion has been . .brought - aliout primarily by the hoarding craze" which has obsessed Germans, .since the war iiivthe Balkans. ' It ha�s not been les.-sened by the nervousness of their: own government as manifested by the gigantic � army increase. ' 'rhe sum now hoarded by timid Gerr mans is estimated at betweien $112;-: ."500,000 and $120,000,000. Mefohants and manufacturers report that it Is' b^pming iiiC�eBai/ig;7 ,.li(}ici!lt to .c>b'-� ti^'in the paymeut;,o{ hills even from Until He Took 6IN PILLS �-� .'o.;,:, Buffalo, N.Y; .'-"I have been a Pullman'condnctor oa the C. P. R. and Michigan Central for the last three years. . About four years ago, I was laid up with intense pain in the groin, a very,, sore back, and suffered most severely when I tried to urinate. ;, / .--, I treated with my family, physician for two months for Gravel In The :Bladder but did not receive any bepeCl, About that time, I met another railroad man who had been similarly'affected aud who had been cured by GIN PILJ^S, after having been given'up'by a prominent physicians who treated him for Dialietes. He is now nmning' on the; - road and is perfectly cured;  Hestrongly; advised me to try.GIN BILLS w)jich\Ij did-with tlie result that the pains left', me entirely." ! , " v - FRANK S.-'IDB. ; 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, Sample, free* if you write National Drug and Chemical-Co. of Canada Limtied, Toronto.  i3f reward for their, party services. ThO;! solf-dehying oidinances imposed on the presidential guests is not important, ' We do. not regard it as ostentatious; � ly democratic since it is not "in ao;,  cord with' the ways oi democracy. :, ---'-. , ^ S PLEASED TTTT GOING TO THE COAST? DON'T FAIL TO SEE NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. Comilii^ western grain-export port on fresh--water Eraser River. Centre of best agricultural district in B. C. Foil IjS^FORMATIOT^ weite, Secretary,, , Progressive Association. Developing 15c Per Roll ' Printing SOe Per Doz. / ' The Brilisli and Colonial Photpgraphic Co., ^ 7th St. Entrance to Sherlock Bldgi London, March II.-Sir Algernott'tji-^ Firth, president of the Associationl o?,' Chambers of Commerce of the XJtiite'd'I :_ Kingf'ora, speaking at - the 'annualW4 meeting- of the." assopiation toda' . said : - "The universal inorea.ae in -minion, and the storie.s i heard ot.ttio progress are wonderful." ' , i FOR SALE; On Sixth - Street South, near -car barns, one two-atorey; houseiSi eight" rooms, :fully ^moderni''' bright and'up to dat�.' T'* i $3,500-Small Cash- Paynnftni', Will Handle ' -For particulars apply to- C. C. Pagnuelo Go;- PHONE 543 We ed HAVE " A WELL-LOCA'T^ STORE IN THIS CITY ] Which: we. can offer you t $4700; $1500 cash, . balance easy ^ the Dowsley - Mulhera Laiidl CoV SherlockBJd^^tlLSt^ 65 23 5549 ;