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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Volume IV. Lethbi'idj^e. Alta.. Tiiesilay, Mareli 14,1911. �� '-^ .... .....------------.-------- . - ----------------------- U. S. DEMONSTRATION AGAINST JAPAN ? D A V EXPENSES OF M.P.'s r/\ 1 TO CORONATION XTTlTP? ANNEXATION VUiCj TO CANADA ; FATAL DISASTER IN ST PAUL ii EXPENSES OF ALL M. P.'S PAID By a Committee of Members of Two British Houses Debate in Hamilton Cityi Council over Reciprocity AN ANGLO-SAXON ALLIANCE SEEMS CLOSE AT HAND CORONATION TRIP Misapprehension about the Overseas Prrliamentary Parties Removed Oi-iRwa, Marcb W.- In connociion �with the- 3tai,�raeiil to the elTtv t that ''Konic iniaa[jpr�linuslon lias unnen �Vk'IDi vespeci to ihp iiivliution lo nn>ni-bers of parHnineni to atlend Ihi' i-oin-niitloti,'' last ./lily a coinijiltiw of iiiein-hci's of I hp two Brif.isli lioimc'S of par llumcm �as fnnrifd \vii|. iln> objfarUaiiienl� oi' t.lic oNeropiic domkiion� to vii?)( C.reiH Uritalii a-. rh� gtiesth- of the Hritish pai-llaiiipm during ihe pm'loil (-ovRiinp ilie coroniv tlou of His Mujosly, fine Gt'orge. The riissoliitlon of Kritlsh pfii-lmi7ieni laxi November liiteri-upied the work of iliiti committee, but sine*- llie plPOtlou nl the new parliaiiU'nt of Oreai Brltnln | and Ireland, llip idea having recrfveil the appro-.-.il of the hord riiaiifalloi- ! tile Speakn:- of tho ("onimoiin, \hf. F^rime V. '.iislPi-, the l>Oiiclfr of Ihe On-position an'I the folonial Secretary Die Joint noimiiltlee of tlip two honsp: Kl VVeatmiiiitl-f.- haK iBsuad Invitations to :iieuilinr.ndoii In .lime will no an Ruesf.q of the, British riift-Jiiiniciir f..s a whole and not of anv self conKi ii .iuhI nommlilee. Ilaniiltoii. .March lo.-.Vfler a partic-nlnrly warm wbskImii the city council toiil:,'lit iiiissed a refioliulon siroiisly opiiosln;; the n.'Cinroriiy pact Ijetwi-pn I'atiada and the I'liiKid .'^lates. The resolution was passed on a dhlsion of ten to five. The dlncuftsloii wan acriino-iiioii.s, ('oniroller .McJ.aron, n .siaimch j iU'form(m-, flaimfid lhai it wft, a lioilv-j iral game ^hich had been increasinq to such an nitration treaty will remove the pres ] '^'p-'^i Notoc Vremyu. mak*!f; iis iiu-i.>aren should apologize and the attitude of Great Britain in j ext^pt t(,reaten Amgnga the j ent prohibition article against submia-I intimation that there is discord -_- .event of trouble between America ano ; possibility of a disastrous flank attack sion to arbitration of questions of vital,'" "i� KovernmenI over measures tc ; A BANQUET TO PROF. DYDE .Japan. ' jin the event of war for the mastery of ; interest to President Taffs recent ar underiaken agaiu.il China. KinK^ton. .Marcli To.-The I'in/.ens ol The prediction Is freely made todayithe Pacific is the real reason for the bitration speech as "bold, courageous! The third siiiiatloii is revealed torla.\ Kiiiysion will lender a complimentary ; that should the English government | massing of the United States army In , and pregnant with consequences," ancjin rilfidtiletliiK dcspatihes Viom the hamiuei lo i'rof a.U'. Hyde, of Qtteen.-' attempt-to live up to its offensive and j xexas, and the concentration of Am i added that he believed that the British'army of occupation of the I'hine.ie T'niveisily .in .March ;;i) prior to his defensive alliancp with Japan, thereigrican warships along the Mexican j flovernment and parliament � woulo i frontier. These advices descrilie a dls-; coast. America's military demonstra j Place the stamp of approval on the sen- tinbance anion� llie .soldiers over the! timcnts expressed. .'i.)Oor ouulily of food ornvided ihcni. An All the deiiariin-t' for Strathcona, Alia., to lie-i would be a national outcry that woulc come iirincipal of the new I'reshyter-' fcrce the governmer-t to devise somejtion is a warning to Mexico and also s Ian Tlicolof;ical t'oUegi', The Ciiiici ion means of abrogating the treaty, will be held in (Irani hall and ai iliei Foreign Secretary Grey's open bic same time the Arts Society of Qiieeiis-- in th� House of Commons Monday will present lo the rnlverslh a por night for an Anglo-American treaty oi trait of Ihe professor, peace in connection with his speech in- ------- terpret'ng- President Taft's recent re- COL. JOHN HUGHES TO imark. on arbitration and the mild en- rotificatlon to Japan that the Uniteo | The Evening Standard holds thai , oul break was nrevpnied only i BE GRAND MASTER tbiiijsm it invoked are taken as indi- I smiths Falls. Out,, March M,-Col. P"""' John IluKhcs. of ClarKe. Unl., will like f^"="dsh,p between England and Amer- ly be elected ,s;rand master of Oniarii: east L. O. U. ai the annual ni.'eiing h'^re. opening \^'eilnesd,iy. He l� a bro ; Ice. ' There is little doubt in official cir-'clcs here today that in the event ol I her of Col. Sam Ilnches and has been an Oran.Eieinan 'Mi years, AVERTS STRIKE IN WINNIPEG Departments of Work are in Full Swing .\1 til..- mcclinf; of Hic V.M.CA, di-vi'ctoiatr iliis at'ternoon the Rcnftval' sfcreliiiv. I-; .M. 'i'liomassoii stibinif.--t'-'d a M'i> iiiien-'fjlinj: moiitlilv rei-pori .-Vll branches of the work ai'B nakiiig Ki'od iirocivss; �rw�niv-tom.' new members hiWK heeii received auice lh(- i.i.sl meeting ivhich wa.s alter tHW "hiiMlc " Dntinp the ivoi\th Ihevo. wen- l;!�i: ap)iearances on Mie. (;vui-iiasiiim lloor. which is ai.i increase ol ovei iorl\ per cent. over .Ianuar,yii The boys iiiaili- $.18(1 at the circiiiii,' whicli ihcy spent in providiuK .the; scuiinii; accomniodaiioji al the gynv;-^: The .M'creuuy advised Uavin); .-Jf*'' '�> Wie builii woulDJ army will enter Mexico." (strength of English feeling and opin-' inK and .V.'ial on imiiisliings. $37,228 ' ion." ; An Anglo-Saxon Alliance 1 ^u. 1*/-.____-4- ____ I i is stated here today t.ht^i situation i ate now' iroinc which \�.iM be all >ated by Chinas mnbhVmg hn., cans ,^tr will be undertaken Cliis w ittl.'i reallzaiioii thai Hussla-Chinose .rc ^ , ,., ,;.i,,,.,, esr -nc �� 1,, r Japan, English statesmanship be equal to the occasion of freeing Great Britain from her obligation to take up arms with Japan against the United States. The Standard today prints an article I The Westminster Gazette expresses ' n/k The afternoon papers welcome with the hope that this great movement of; Nil enthusiasm and cordial support Presi-, English speaking peoples toward peace! dent Taft's known wish for a genera. 1 will go forward and prosper. LORD STRATHCONA NOT HOSTILE TO THE RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT Street Railway Co. Makes Voluntary Increase of Wages Wiiiiuiii'u;, Mitrcli M -The \Viiinipcp;| Denies Statement Made by Conservative Member in the House i:icciric Kailwav t'o. auiiounccd to- j AIV/IT in or Commons - A Manuracturer and a Prominent Con- NEARLY LOST LIVES THROUGH COAL CAS Cliatbani. ('Jul., Ilnnli M.-.Mr and Mrs. Leak and their son Moniile � lio live in .North Chatham, were alinosi suffocated by pa,-, frinn iho .�oal .stovr rturinp the niglii l.i'nl' \.as arfPi-tcil mure ihan the oilnis and ilie dncidi-.'. had to work liurri 1.1 hrin^- him to con-FctousiiPES. Ii is ilii.iiiihi. however he will recover. day an increase oi two cents an lioui for lis I'lupliivcc-, 'I'lic iiiciiMSc ap-plic.-- li. al' nioloiincn and c.nihicl-ors This nii.ve has cnine as a coni-pltti- ^llrprisc ill llii' iiicii and it is s.iicl in la- till' iliii'il ..iilcuiiii' of I lie M.sil .Sir Willmiu Mackcii?le, akorluc siijKi- iii.ili pi,ice last Jan-uai\, anil 11 wa.-; clnscil lu a tcnipor-��in ai;rrem('iil l.i riii I ill .\piil Hie li'si .\i ilii- ijiMi' ihr iiii'ii lia.l not piililic v\iiinailn .rill ii is known llial as -.111.11 ,.s til- airtrcineni .�.vpircd ilii'S inifiuied .isku;.- fill- Iticri'ase ..i' u.iirs. a siriUi- !.. i..!|..\\ a rc-11.sal. winch v.-..nld i.c in..n' .'.ilciihi!-eti 1.1 ciiljsi p^ililir siijipii-i thiin the pn'M..u> al'iair, li.iscd ..11 1 lie ilismi.s-'�:al of ciiiplovi'c-. 1..1 ill iiiKiiMj; while in iiiiifiii I, 11 11 !i tins 1 .'Inula i\ raise, however, ! h.' rouipaiiv has coiii-pli'tcly nil the liii.i.ii'l ;!. \V'li\man Hoys Division-\ .1 Irving, Ralph .shcaici, Knltoii l-ioiinell. Frank Hii|in pline.s, (1 n \an Mien, Ralph .Sham / li is .lust a ii-ar a>j;o (o I he tla,v since the V M I' \ haumiel launclim?; Ihc. ciiin|)aio;ii f.ir the building v>a. ili.i .r ei1. and nine others suffered in.iiiries of more or less serious nature iliis morning v.hen shoi'tJy after S oeioik a paKSeiii,'ei' elevator In (he btiiklinf. 01 fiordon ti Ferguson, fur. hat and filove maniifiiciiirers, broke from itB cominl on i,he fourth floor of (lie (luikllng and pliiiiKeil to the boilom of the shaft. The car wa.^ followeil liv weiKli's and Baeliiiiei-v al llie lO^i 01" Lht pjij^i'i j which came liimiilin;; down 011 th.' heads iii.|ur ed Mary I'onkliii. Zpiinetfe NOiiier Vlaiiil LVilow, .Mason lolinsou, op.'raior of I lie cir. f^'iic others on ili .�ar siilT.-rei! scraulu'ri and bruises, .\11 of ihe oc e ipaiiis of Ihe ele\aior were eniplo.ved EARTHQ'JAKE SHOCK AT MOUNT VESUVIUS^ i .\,tpl. -, .March Ki.--.A severe oariii-! jii'iake aecimipanicd by sironp. detoiia-i.iins trnni Mouni \"esu\iiis occurred! i.iKi I'l Invefjtifiarions showed ,'hai a iieuk landslide had droHped irom (he apT.er uari oi iht crater. IL is ediJitiated that i; measured li'Oii by ;T.(i tei" :iiiiJ when ii fell-il caused i'nuim(,.ii-s eloiids of smoke. The Fiiii i.'Ul.ii r,T'l'.v>M '.'.M.s badle damaged. .V pan., o' 'oinisi;--. were ahoui 10 ascend l.> ihe i-ailw;iy when ihe shock (�.M-iir-i>ul, J MANY EXCELLENT SETTLERS COMING tftlgaiA, M.Trch J-1 -Two hniidreil and sixty >iurriv Etifflish I'i^rmers, m-cludinp tiieii wives and lamilies will reach MbeH,i Tuesday iiexi acconl-ihg �. .iihices ceceivcd here Tie licad ,! each lairily is possessed of S^I.DIHl al lea.st Tlic.v will .scllle aiouiiil I rosslield, .SIrathniore. Cairn IMI and ..tliar .Vlhi'rla towns. : , TRAVELLER DIES AT rOfiT WILLIAM Kurt William, MarOi l-'..- : k.-n oft Ihe Canadian J-'acific Iran, here la..;! Thursday sufforinp from Iiiiik trouble a man givinj; the name of .!. Hinnioii, died la�t night, fie had i)een travelling from \"ancouv,.r lo Montreal. He was well dressed, ahoa lifty yen-s o." age and of iiiediun) miild, and he possessed some mon. ,\ .VoihiiiR ;� known as to his pla.e wi residence 01 'he whereahoiJl.s of lu.s friend.s or re laiioiis. The iiodj is heiiin held a! Cainernii R Co.'s iin.lcria kini; rooms here. NEW ZEALAND MMIEE m IMPERIAL COUNCIL Lnhiloii. .Man ii -The I'all Mail (iii?et'e sa\s ihfil the pi'nple ...f th.' I)oiiiinioi..s know tliat armed sticngrli 1.^ tncir .-.iih seeuritt 'riip\ ret'.li/e that tlic defence oi liie whole errpiif is .1 buirteii which Great Britain can no i.)nc;ci' carrv . Now ilia; ilie n.i-ii!iiiioiis li.ive ainvcii .11 i:i.,.',i.....il tlict inn.s! (!. tl-cM- -il.a!" < ''i.|i..;i I licir ..\t II rmii I l.-e "The I'rriiiiei 1.! .N.'W /,',i i.ii..l," liUiU'k llie Ca/rlle. 'is ','.<� Iii^i iMii-1 I iliil.uc In 'iiakr nflieij.! .miiouncenn'iift , fii.ii. ,11.) ... ;lic ilomiruun thali tliey i.rc uvuii to ackiuiwledge aud to dis-rj.arni to- 11k; ti;ii i-.vleiil ol their 1; ohlig.ni)ons. but Vew Zealaijrt SI"-. ,. -taiidurd to whicii we believt e'l'H p.irtio!; of (he empire will ri- , , ,i',i,il IVilli tile I (/-operafioif uf tbp iioii .iii.ji.s ii is 1.1 he c.vpptted. that, incie nil' be ,1 cUiliii for a partieipa-/ lion 111 i|ic eoiii.'oi This is merely^ ((.�nuiini.ied Oil jmge 8),_^ U4 ;