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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.ETgBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 sbss ' TtQMxst Tea oaffie from Giiina)y;' � It'Jwara raw, OKude produot~-a : ' v; luxury ilor the rich alone. � Then experimenters set to wbr^t to '. other good Tea-growing soils. : ^hey; otind such soils-in India-r- v fill' Java^-^in Geylon and'YOther' p^rts of- ��the'/W'0rld.^.'^ ^^v--.;: i!i!|ar^^ crops Hiverehlendad. i Thtw^/pame the te know; v - The' last word in Tea is � ' i ; � -aTCJho^icc/ i�ibh. Tea, of exquisite: ar,oma-r-sold only in aifle-tight packages^ ;a�;di-thieiiiEHJ3t^eGGnomoiai as w the^'hestr'-'--" Secretary DEPUIY NONllTIOffS Washington, March 13.-Prosldeht Wilson ssnt these nominations to tho senate todtiy : John Skelton Williama, mond, Virginia, Assistant of the Treasury. ' , Fraiklin R. Hoosevelt, York, Assistant Secretary Navy. 4, .Beverly T. Galloway, Secretary of agriculture. Edwin F. Sweet, of Grand Rapids, -Mich.,- Assistant Secretary of Con>-mercfe.' . James A. Edgerton, of New Jersey, purcbasing' o*M�ie^8^ble agltattoa lor a lands "*�etf;cfflce and Lethbrldge U not the flnly B�p}|�it-'t�ir the honors. Mao--iTOd, Medicine Et'at and other towjs; nv hft'rd'-aitdr one,, and apparento thAyhwre a people^ wlio^ are fitandlng. together and presenting a unWted front,; in-J-afebrldge.we aeem. to be too much given to >aking every Isflue one for dlvHUUg, on and -we are all , Wgelhar too, much Grit and' '^n^m ' ^an i^ee tl�.jvflBdom'of such a course ' in fwl�ral %;ffalra?',when bdg national iMuea are'ialaed, but In oonneotip;ii ''^Vlth proVlndaL'-poUtlOB 1 regard the legisiatur* 48 a;�ort of enlarged ounty ooanoll making laws wWcn ' -directly ftft�ot -the "hoaea and the municipal g6rerni�int of our pi|y| ince.'hOPof that reason �tfaere is not the saine'; incentive to party division ' a� In federal affalrsTand 1 am gladaj;?; -see that^the opposition, ai;'Edmonton, are *^B�elng"^lt'%aJslng contention over the . lmporta& legislation ,>Yhlch apparent-- " ]y Is inaiB�*^th publio wishes.- In a ''cireVi8i�r>y the'province I am " nnablft'to'Bee"--where the" opposition' ' '' have theSfaiate8t>hance of defeatinf^ . ^' the 'tgovemmen^ *?r*'"''''^^ -, .,*-vdct,W.%In.. the governmentjl \-Hi r?gar^e4>'a Wti'fllwMi}"�V�nHf-!5-attd -fhat iBltpo, may be right In principle, but it is far from being the practice. Anyone who has followed ^ the ,,oiflolal Invos-tlEatlons into parUzah conduct on tihe part of federal olficlal* will realize that while both our great parties preach justice a lot, the practice Is to favor friends every timeltft^the pvernment in the next fouw. l'f�^l sure It will mean much to-Lethbrldge. and despite the protests />f those -who are opposed to', ailvooating �uch a prin-; 'olple, I cling to" the ideal that so long as-the great parties return iaVors, It is the part of good Indjtment ajj^^^^f; uesB to support the party l"�ly assume power. .When the good Urn? comes that men^^lU act^iudependent of party considerations, such' an ap-, peal aa this .will ;no.t;j be-nece.sary. but for the present it la y"al to the future welfare of-the elty. I have London, March 13. - An extensive storehouse o� destructive insltumonts used hy militant suffragettes lu their atljacks on public and private property, was unearthed by Scotland Yard detectives today. Armed with a .warrant tor the arrest of Miss Olive HoCken, who, is charged with an attempt to burn the buildings of the. Roehampton Golf Gardnns; Under .the flooring, they found (three sets of wire cutting apparatus, several bottles of corosive fluid for use.in letter box outrages, tools:: for (breaking windows  and "false identKlcation' plates -for automobiles. BIRDMEN FATALLY HURT Rhelmes, France, March 13.-Two sergeants, of the army aviation corps were fatally injured today in a collision between two machines. in midair duringi*the course of manoeuvres Ibya flotilla of five aeroplanes. luiure wo"ait7 - , ., ,,, no doubt that some men' will ripe thc.; occasion3ah:di''d^oni&e;''thea'evc tentlone, butvIi'hate.'ijUotloejd.sthrbugh years-of .qui^t ob�.eBVah6e:'of .poUfcio njethods; thaf.= fihe3^-.|W;genew,liy .'the men who display it wide'divergence between preachingt'a'ndi.practice; Let Lethbrldge line, up i-for;,a;tlands: Utles office and other faVofiS;which; 'AVill be absolutely n�ce�Bary'iln4the '''hullding iip ofa :.greater*Lethhrtdge;''"''^ 0 1 remai4.slr,,yours,''A.,.- - - . ONE WHO sta!itos FOR' LETH-BRID-SB PmSf-and'PARTIES :,.,....SEeoijD.,.U-.s-'.:,^- .-^.-�..��.:.,..,.,v: HOME BAKING BREAD, CAK.es, AND^ PAS-TRY 0|f THE BEST : QUALITY. Saturday Sale At THOMPSON'S GROCERY FORMERLY R. A, CRAW.' FORD'S. Mrs. J. B. Richardson / 628ri2th Street Sdunh, Weyburn, SaskV, March 13.-At an earlyihourthiB morning one pf the remaining, frame warehouse structures of Main street, AVevhurn, was completely destroyed by fire. The building,: which.vWas oi large ilimen-sionSj. although only one storey, was owned by Bowman, GriflTm & Co., Weyjiurn, .one wing being occupied by M. Pliechti, Candy merchant, but the larger part contained a large stock of li'ardware stored there by lioshal & Cairmichael. Also a large quantity of meat owned by Edmondson & Betts was stored.at the back. The Waverly hotel was at one time en-dangere,Winston Churchill, �First:Lord of the'iAdi^Iralty, promised i t^ lay on the table _0f^ the house the.' official / oorrespondenSg:' which . has ^aldedvregardingLCamcaian: naval ship .building. Ine S g^an tdea'^t the vast crowd that was present atnhe omciohs ceremony. , ,. , ^tragette leader. 17^111 causing som^ plained that she was unable ^o'^V are still defiant' London,riVlaroh-"12--Tlie" condition of Mrs. vBmmeline Pankhurst, the suf- concern. She was annpuncei aa- one of the spealiera. ^t a meeting-kt''Ken- Of the spealiera. at a meeting-at',iien- ^ne epoa^cip ut=�,x�.j^> --"^ - , sington .tonight,'^l3Ut the'ohaWn'ex- ?''4"ilc si TitE ROYAL STUKIi;..-.,-;:^ 3340 ;