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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta SaUirduy. MjiicIi ISlli, Wll. THE LETHBRlDGi: DAILY HERALD THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE sin EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General MANAOEf? CAPITAL. - .H 10,000.000 REST, - $7,000,000 COLLECTION BUSINESS With its Ur^i: nuitiher of branches, agenls and coiTespoiuienis, The Caiiatliai) ISaiik o( Conimerti' is ;iblc to eO'ect coilectinns thruiifj-hout the worM promptly and at reasonable rates. Kales �vil! he quoted on Mpplication. FOREIGN BUSINESS Cheques at\cl drafts on all coiititries of the world, drawn in slerUtiff, francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles I'r any other foreig-n currency, can be nejjotialcUxtt The Canadian Bunk of Conitnercc at reasonable rates. Lethbridge Branch - - C G. K. Nourse, Mgr. Capital, Rest and Undivided ProlHs. $e,Mt,0t9. Total Assets Over $45,900,000. STARTLING EXPOSURE OF EVENTS LEADING TO THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA i Sir Uillisiiii liiitlcr in .\iitol)ioj;r�pli,v Kxplains M:ni.v Tilings in ('oiiiic(ioii with (itiisrv Loadiiiii; to ihv EinpiiT's rrii^tMly-\�'ws MamiiiuiMrcd- MoiionI AHvin' HojectCMl-Pni>lic Misi^jul - Hw There Is No Risk in sending money to any point by our BANK MOXICY ORDERS, DRAFTS or TELEGRAPHIC or CABLE TRANSFEKS. l''or sums up lo i5.50.00 nur Money Orders are cheap and most convcnietil. For larger minis we issue Drafts at moderate rates. When yott want the money paid over at once at Honie distuiit poiot we arrange it by Telegraph or Cabli\ Main Office cor. Round & Redpath Sts.G. R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling Branch-A. H. Roach, Acting Manager, Grassy Lake--E. W. Luckhardt, IVIanager. THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED. 1855. HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL. r;i|�ifal Piiiil I p......... .......1^1,000,000 Uoseivc FuiiH ..................1 70 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS � IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION .�Uih'.N-)-,--. ,iJHl CORRKSrONDKNTS in all thp Principal CUifs of lh� r.VITti:ii ST.Vncs :ind GIIKAT BKIT.Al.X. and in all pans of llio �orld -Collections Promptly IVIade- SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMT lii'piisits nf $1 and �ipwards rpcoived nnil iuipreBt alioweci from d:'.\c of fjpixiuli A General, Banking Business Transadted Tliis bank eiideavurs lo give iirompl and intelligRni allention lo all busiiiiJBS and invilcs your Accoiinl. LetlibriiiRr Braiicli-K.l>..Jo!iiisoij, Mana|i>er DIAMOND CITY BRANCH - D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER "Boy Scouts* 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. KINNONDALE NEWS K'.iiii'M.dLiir, .\hi:'ih ]:',.� ,\\ la.'^i ilii n ,:i li:,',-, ".ai I I\p hi^ll.i of ilio siiov, .'f'.d it lk faal di=;ii'ipf'Hrin.i;. M:io Soinprvillo ffll iroin his liori^,' nuj if iRn\ l.iid IIP v.irh a sprained rrji^'.v (li'i'Hi in'orc.-i i> lak.'ii hfvp in the J'iirnifr.s riiion. wliii'h niw has a mein tin.'iliip ni .'si�ihvpc. ,Ai ilip lasi tiiceiina. Mr. l.c Kouniini? Iproiisht toi v\:ird a miifi! iicimUm ninlioii i'jr ii 11 '.v mail s>^i.'iii I" icplacf llm o'lf iiii'.v fxi.siiuB. in -.vnich a l.-iir-r takp." Ui'iv fhiiii lo i-f.'i'l) liic railv.a.v. A pel.lid;) .il^:i liLO.iKhl ior\vard fin till,' iiupc-cUir I � I'.rnvo up iionip f'oaderff In plii((. lia^inR rn go with wiiiies.sps 'i> 'lip diricrfiii land ott'ic-ps: 'Jills I'oinid iiiai),-. .siyiiiM-. .Mr. \^�anlor nnid a v':^\' '> II. Ilor t'lp IllBl VVOfl*'. A well-alrpndi d cii.irfh nipplinp fool; iil;i( I- .-ii liii' li )nie of >li-. and .Mi-k. Iio'ilt \iK'M Smuliiv. ''.vril .1, .\lo:p:;n i-i lOi'diinj; a iiip lo l.ptiiliririge a:; r fppd for sioc-K, also lo in-iiu' his hi'oilier om. wdio will do .si.v inoiiilis llnip on ni-c homcslead. Tlip upw sidiool lio iKP will ''p opoii nn .Vpr'il Isi Mr. fn\ niadi> a irip aflPr Ihp -^oliool riiriiiini-i- for ih'' nf.v sidio d. and re pons fiaUieen iv'hp n( waipr on tbp His B'-'-n-. t'anfpliatioiis .-.peMi to I'p liip ordpi of ihc ila\ around hpre. So bpwarp. iioniPHtpadt-M'sV .lames Mi't'ulltniiili. an old limf stopiv broNer ni Monii'p'.tl, i- dead ngpd TS. Uohl. Hall, ol Toronto, ha.'; lippii r^-luriied 10 ilif Onlrnt Prison. l'ro?n wliiph he phi appd Insi weell harins been rp-papnirpri nl Port Hope. Interests liehUul : London. Mnwh | i;,-_,si,n.. i.,. imdi :,y i 'in'tii, Ihc curiaiii which hldos iIk sior.v of Ihp cv.^ni.s iljal led- u'l to ih;-i^nii^ Afric.'ui \v,ni is liping raispd, aii'.i \wi- a'p iiPRinnini; lo .m-c morp of the i�(tion which Ipd up lo iliai tra;?pd.v 'of Kninirc. A cjii'ijder.iblp adviln:;.j I in inadp in t.hp 'Aiitohiogriiidi.''' of Sir � ^Villiani lintlpr," which Is puidisliGd :Q(i:i\ by .Vf(>! land had -ippp gi\pn thai nf ihc Wpbi-'prn DisiriPl, was a;. and lapiPil half an lioiii ; The Spprelar,v oi Stale uas.sed in KM-ipw many Soulh .-African siilj-ji'cts. . . . The Dutch Uepnbllcs were once mPniioncrt. "If they  sLioiild force use lo aiiack them," Said the Secrpinr.v, "then llio blow uoiild have to iie crusiiing one," 1 said little or nothing: 1 was there to listen, , . , While the Secro-lary was speakins I continned to look steadily at fhp eager, w/iiie, sharp, anxious, ilslit-drawn face, v-hi.-h leaned towards me over the office i-dhie, tine had seen ii so uiti n in prims and newspapor-ihai one scenieil 'o he looliin.;; at >omc nld-ri mcin h-ip,i friend froiii 'viiom one loni; iieen separuied, Wliile thus m\ were fixed on iliai inien--tin/:; fac^' I was con-^1 ion,- iliiji 111' ohiiion, cirndPiiinaioiA m he ilox prnmcni in the 'ri.ui.-,'..iii; Pit .-i day or two later it i, aiwiircil ihai the roKoltition had r.ot c,ci, hcpu presented lo the connM , and \\ lien il w^s iireaPlitPd, He,..],! r was found to bP lite �'iily mcnil.i-r in ii-favor. Thp rnd ���'> ii-i,' to t'' the falsehood at ui,. on ii.^ way to I'hieland, and iiium io .hp iv.eni.. days' start ilip c:u.h s v'tiald luiw ill inisleadiin; nihii o'.inioii at home iipfore tur . iif" ion cirld oieriiiko -1 It was ill vain ih-i: --^n Wilh.ini warned the t'olonial Oiuc oi ih.. na line of Ihe 'news" ��iiiih v-as :>i'iin; sent h'lirip. His .'.at iiin.;s wck- iuc poslny. ' 111- .iialil. "il v.a: npcpsoaiy by ami by to bring preBstire to bear upon thp Traiisvafll ,govprinneni in a mailer such as tho Jranchlise, 1 ould anylhlnt; be done in thai line by movljjfi the iroopo In .Natal forward lo Ihe rroiiiler?' I laughed openly nt Ihc idea. The existing force ronld onp. lip ndlpil on to', hold rcriain posirions in Naial andj Ihp C'apo ( r.!on\- . . , To brin,"l nresnurp on tin Dnlch llcpiiiilicf i no'.iUl reiiuiru iimihu men iihat wasj ;i sadden, nftliiin I answer lo a, uuestion pm ofl-nniidedly; later on,' ;i-i Gvpnts d'vclo'i'd, i mil ilie niiin I tiers ver.i. ii I'li hii.dipi, i ' May I i. �-c;o\( iii'ir called in ibisj att'rnoon A dcfiM' -li on its way_ vvhi'h lie ihlnk.>: will cause lmmenBp| �cnsauon. . . He struck me' as oping con'^ideial.i.'. nermiiied at] ih-a nro.-i'icci which woilrl be prodnc' id \iy ilie desnijicii, I j;aihered' from his manlier a iiiuch as from Ids w'ids 111- thoir.;hi it o\er-! stepped what wa,- priideni. . . "I know." bp said, "Hiai Chamberlain wont lull ihin-is in the most | conciliatory maiinei. Voii remember hi... fpecch ivjoni dotibihi^; Krii-,:iprs desire lo fccule iiiatter.^V' "Yes,' I rejilicd. . , "Xoihing could pprsiiade ilii' Hnera." lie said, "that ChHmhprlain was not u parly lo the Habl," lie looked ill and ex i.ite 1. or, rather 1 should say, wor-j lied, and in want oi sleep and r�si.|, I feel iiity for him. i Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. Phone �46. THE SEASON'S MUSICAL EVENT. TO-NIGHT LAST PERFORMANCE MR, JOHN P. SLOCUM'S OPERA COMPANY (SEEN HERE LAST SEASON IN "THE GAV MUSICIAN." In the New Vienesse Comic Opera The Kissing GirT (DAS KUSSEN MADCHEN) From the German, by Leo. Stein, author of The Merry Widow, adapted for the English stage by Stanislaus Stange. author of th� "Chocolate Soldier." Lyrics by Vincent Bryan. Music by H�rry Von TiUer, with MISS TEXAS GUINAN Last Season's Prima Donna of "The Gay Musician." ALL STAR CAST AND "THE GAY MUSICIAN" BEAUTY CHORUS \ Prices: $2, $1,50, tf1,00. only disr..'garJ'-d. ;lie resented. He wron Day, IMi.s, to a ' '.'i-y London': \\ I' i'l 1, .an 111 ' .mil,' l:o:-,inc; NatioM,-!l Discredit Ahead I'wn days iifierH .u us, Hiiller wrte to Ihe t;omniander-in-Chiof a full ac-, count of the in(ervle\r. wbi and p:inciiili's wiiich so neail.'- led i.i" nov.'rnmim oi this iColon... .iiio �,;ra.e I'.o'iide ihri'" yi-an-. I ago," ! Buib'i' i.-iis II- iliai .Miliier pet used this dpsiai' h � with nndisguisPd impa- � tiencp, ' Mc,iin>hilc. in Bjdip .if acliie a..;me> sion ill SocUi .\frica. iiuihina �,is done 1 > ;iir|i.iic for the war wbiih was lieini; lor. ..d on li.\ Hie llonie c.oi ernmeni. Iml-ed. lliingr, were lan-ning in ilie other oliuii;iesb,iri: peo'ilo wonlrl il-i in ibe pvpiu of ��',ai. , , , Many ol the .apital isis weie dusiroiis uf comin:; to icrms villi Ihe Hoc: .eovernmcni. l i^'.Hiered, ihniiijh .i ' not acni,j|ly shiil, ibai .Mr, C,s aim had lieen lo. i.rineni ihis ai:Teeineiii.....' \l> own iiunrf'.-,sion i.i that behind all Ihis lie,, .1 'lilt 10 force on liic Traiisia I. I .'ini poi .lure that Ihe work lll^^ nie iloin.;'. v'.ill iM ' lip as .iiirioir''d io ihc iriie in'eresi-' Oi ilic t-:n!nire as was done iL'i' .vi-ars ;igo in Noiil: .Aineiica; and Ihat .Mt (' il til no: lii-p in hisiory � ��i Lord Noiib p-as. Inn wiiiiini ov .�n ill.. c--.i'ii.-c of Icnin,^ a Imd Kins; III lead I'lii! on 'o ilie road lo riiin. AUCTION SALE ON TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH 21st, 1911 AT 11 O'CLOCK F. WADDINGTON & CO., instriicfed by the owner, will sell by' auction, a 5 Passenger Ford Automobile 1910 MODEL-IN EXCELLENT CONDITION I'sei! onf season onlj ; fiiUy eiiiiipped nirli top and side curtains, ttinil shield, speedometer, lamp ami electrii' headlights, jaclj and a full complement of tools, altlil chains, etc. The tiree are quite new and ail extra set of old tires will be inchided. The cir may be inspeccd on appli.'aiion 'u ilie .\iiciioneMS. PHONE 426. FIFTH ST. Misleading the Public \ I 1 ills i::' .� 1" ic" . ire i 111, lau', onl look v, ,1^ Vp: tin- :ii to Hnilif � ward-: :i '  Ihe r:o-.  dPiiL'i r ("� i la' i Ma\, |v; v'tli.ii' n'iii'c la'- pi.iiiosal 'riun Mr.| t ai Ii'b.'I ;,.in. Ih '.I Sii- \','il|in'-i I; 11, 1 let'; de.. i;iicbi-- '.' .sh'-n Ic v'.-c-'\.;ing Hiuh i',iniiii'.-^ibn"r, Imild be "'It sib-editcd \\'ii;aim I'l, iie - \..-, i.ii-.'iii 1--.I hi-; . ui !� |n'. ,.'ii, :'ii ��n' i>a Hps � I'laii loda 1, ol I iovei nor So H'ltic Ihe winter and Hipli wciu to or r-its. FOR Electric Vacuum Cleaners, Heaters, Stoves, Irons, Batteries, and Motors SEE W. L. McKenzie & Co. Electricians Phone 637 706 3rd Ave v. flrnin;... or .irder.-- riiill less Willi info'mat ion as to ib. (icveloiimeni .1! oi plans and j.nri.i.-i's whi'li 1 now knovv ;o have been ihen matiircif anil arr;ini;ed; and is now ci'iiain that iberp were pei .-'.lis, biL'h in liic adiiiinisi ran . c and ixpiuiive b,isiiie.;s -.T ihe |.',mpirc ni Hi.' iiiiic who wr-re ronnisan: ol (licKi. iduis and purpose.. P/Ian'jlacturing "News" for England I la v'.iis ici' lone, 'u di;-. o\ci int^ w,i. .joiug on Sir WlllUim iii-e, soii,c in-i; .-ill c,s ot iii.- w,.' ji ncv, -� ,\ us iiianul ill i ircd j,i; I 1.1 f.'nK'.iiid He-.. ]. wlla M ha b I'll. I '.iji. i .urnal.-; bad noi ict..i one inoining in Hioii us.ial si.vb-11,1,: I'l- ina - II. and intinicipa I i inii . Il (,'� I'iiuc l'o\> It had cut lied i> iia II I' . .[.[..'sii ion asH'oiiBl' nni'deii rc "SLEEPLESSNESS." TUuiisa-id,'. u( people all over tin- iaad loss ni)'l.i ,.:ii! ni^bt on a ski plcr.' pillow. The eves do not cloyp in 'he refrcshi'i.i .--birabcr th.-.t co'.iics lo those whose hcirt and neives arc rii;ht. Some are trmihlcd "iih fvcali raid sniofhi^iiti;; �acU';, others ixil,-i-dli"i ol the he.11, others have then i ci ts unuiuf^ed. but wliatcvcr t'le e i. comes cn'ctl*-' horn ii ei'.c * ol either tin'- lie.'.rt or nerve;, or I .v'li Milluira'- Hrail .uid .Nerve lib oiicr the lilc- ini: of sound, rctrcibi ;-iiiiii-her. Thev do this by thcii ii\ i'.;or.!tir.i', eflctt on Ihc hcil and ncrvf; and will tunc 11)1 tl;i" wU.iic svstcin to primi Lundili..i:i Ml- Il l.-"(l kc-uick, (MI, vMi;i "I .iin I., btve the plci lire ot lelbi.;. you H.-.iii ,ni: Nerve i-'illi; 'iid nu 1 winili! ha.c vvi-ak Sfitdl.-. -ciii:. to lose MIC !r. j'a, ,i,,l would h.'t 111 '-.i' u;i it. ibc nclii i�', ppr lvii\, ..I ; b.i-^e-: f.-,r j., ,.c ..II dc.ilci., ill fiiji'cd liirci I ot: c'tf.' ft price b,-. I hi' 'i .viilbiiTij C,:i , I.imiicil, TwIOlllO. 1 i'it Ki I ii!f iia I .'a-'inai.'-I -'i .11 'tits" 'tr �! il I'i i.itb iiciHi r wh ihe ;i and 111 re;. �r'.'l^ |c:i. .pol 1' � .;i. 1 ! 'ha. .1; !cic -i;; c i.-al !ri 1 ' ic'pi- �,i' w, r. .-ci ail" ('-.iij'i; , I la , v\ i i 11 1 tc' lie :a vais ' aakill;: ap li..-,.' Las' 11:.. Trai.,. 'airi'iti riinii u i c ai ". no. oni vand �� ' nil'..:. Ill' i-. �� 1- -n i".. fi -ui 111' 1 . .n;. il; Ii 1 � ' ��: i'...M. .-I v, i.Ilia tali' It, 1 .1' \^ , 1 M ' � f ,11 iliai i.c i.n;; .it. \\v-'�r '1 1 i I frntfi '�i: b'a :!iiia' iif li:.;ti fK'f.'^on .a.: a ..� laid M,' bi-ai- 1.. f. �.cam if. :.-.a.iiiiit; ; Hi: i'l a '..�i 11.1 ..alal 1. : tier, "Who anneared lo be anxio'is oi I'r the ^aIualion., and to have more on his mind ihai lii> witilied me tu knov,." Hp saiil the oiieiiiiig m' a war in 'h 111'- Orange fi-pe .Slate joined Ti'a'nsv.-iHl ivonhi proi/iihl.v se^ .. r.illing back of our aulboriiy up :o thp Cii'pai Kiingc. i.e.. the Dir.'.h ov eriuiiiiing till- foiinir.v ii wiHii'.i l.-.n mile-; of King Wiliiaiii .lov.'n J,io nf here. Spoke or -ipbiion Kiigland bcina i,i=,ii..r.i n' n, li^c I ,-^i,iip ot alT.'.ii's, Kjitui Win it so", 1 His ?(^cr'".ti'i :-i]ici-'.viirils hi ike vvarnil.v nucr Rliaies b:i V ii'i; 11,111 ,. i,;e.' 'in.' " '. a ' 'biini licirir- .. e ., ..(-''ai riiivi.r!. ' Vt ,-u. h 11 iiioin.-iii 1.1 en, lan;';; Ir ; Iv -. -^1-a- -1 )i-li all ;�. 1 : ! ! also i.f . r- c;iIt! . V niii ,,.c , ami I illk .lb i"s ! !ic. oa.-,isioiii.i|. \\-�o,:;.^';, i ic'ii c.e : nd n'.-: seiietar.v iI..ptcs.-;e{t nil v-i;n i.ic aj.'a t,: being ni'iab ilcpre-. t-m ay ili|. bina-' IO-- ,ii.'. 11 ai-h'' i. I'bey ti, a.a c;- .:',> 1.1 V '.| lbs . hii'li 1 h.' n'l a'c i;angs have i-iif's'l i.ll' ;is f.'b ipoti Ih'- ilriii.vh t)..b,'a' .-ill ilie if-igeily i onl iii iicil. In Sfilc of ilie i iolcnt agilili'in io'nt: on in ^'.. .'h .-iitricii, ilie vv ai' OlVn e made no si!:b. and Ruler re "ei'ed no re-^ ui,--c lo H... iiiai .1 .j'g's "."h''v,'-il oar ii:;;.:'ci �. .t e .'i'; re- 1 : 1 :, � 1 1 a lor.i I . I'.i. it to the War i i':i r if; own basi n. - r I aiiitude towards the South Affioan ' i(iieslioii. and advising me. if the*e repens were true, not I.i coiillnu* tn nil itniiniand. FYom thl� letter 11 was clear to uiii rhat a campaiKiii ')f caluniuy wu.;: on ?oot against me in London, which F caloalated mnsi h.'ivp begun shortlv after uiy refusal to consenr to an exuisioD in one of my dispatches. A similar ciimpaign of abuse had been workc'l in Caiie Town during the pasi few weeks, 'I'tip campaign ot calumuy suCiieed-pfl, nnller resigned, and his rcsig-nation was :ie.-epieil. He canin hotti� 111 hi a ifrgei for every .Hugo print. H.. siiffered in dignified silence. HIk �I'ti.'ieati in w-hs dramatie hi iis a'n'fiil .-'iddpiiness, Hv ihe end of the year ib.e Knipiie wp' nlimged inio a cou-llji I of v.hbh no man could see the end: anil ii ivoat .C I'.ill,000,000 anfl r."..iiiiii livp^ lo recHly the hlunders �,vi i-li Lord l.iinsdo'iv ne 'and Mr. i:iiambPrl'.iin made in neglecting Btit-:ci's w.irnin.cs.-T. X-. in the London I'lironii'le, Iiuncan Campbell, of Aldborongll township, is dead, aged 9C, having come to Canada In 18-IJ. The .vi'inarch Knitting Co,, which was to a'.en a fa"'ori' at Si, Thomas has caMci'lled lis order f^ir machln-irv. d'le 'o the tariff changes. Hia' Hif itica ti anil I 1 liP i 1111 II. 4 1 111 ' 11... .va. a .''!' h ..lliN .1 'in'Pt'sii Mii'i'd via na i 1 i'l'it-' ' ;l . li I.Ill .I.IIL. :ciiKt:zEMA f �^^ AS--I s � *^:'^^=%#(ARBER'S ITCH , ;;|-flTGHlNG PILES FOR SALE BY .STORE 184?29 ;