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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX. LKTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1916 NUMBER 88 MMIGRAT'N DISTRICT VISITED IN LATEST RAID ON GREAT BRITAIN Hon. Wm. Pugsley Moves to Have Vote Cut in Two-Roche Replies y/or/n c/ea VhArties , Chatham'" )deal TO� PREPARING !i:iniis$>a( dollar jilt ncrn, wuh adopte^l aflcr souio disctiii;- ; aioii and a bill Inl.rodiicod. A rtwoliitlon introduced by Hun. ('. J. Dolierly, providing for a supreme r every day ill I M j i'"111 c!ui:iiiig miicli v.orry lo the iW - J i\ \j;UUW I p,|j,,_ ,||,. xunt'io at AID FOR I firuHsels. l\lo;:sia,"nor Taccipoi-celli, to I send a tilll report of c \ cry occurrence. } I'nless a com prom i.-^c can be reacli-i ed. an acute crisis'-j Kennedy, to secure a li' t''o laftj .Ins-tice bJmerson, who diad. tlu'ue' \vecks ago, '. ' Kdmonloii, .Alardi 23,-.\ masterly review of the work-of the department of agricullure in, Hon. Dunciiii Marshall's boat style was the feature of the, legislnturo loday and in many respects Hie feature ot the session to dale. Mr. Marshall combined olo-(lueiice Willi groat earnestness and {oiivictioii ami added to ills already great pie.sligo in the house. .Mr. Hillocks flnlaiiod his speech started on 'l''iiesday In a forty-live mill-ule roview of his speecli, coupled with a criticism of tho allorney-gouerars department intorsporaed willi such adJocliV(3s as vile, treaclioi'oiis, gross, etc. He made an espocliilly vigorous iiHack on wiml be called "stool pigeons" employed lo secure convictions and so strong wore his adjectives tlio speaker called him lo qi'der. In answer lo u question as to whether Josepli A. Clarke, an Edlnuii-ton lawyer, had paid a $400 note put lip iiR bond in tlie famous lleiiton case tho ultornoy-geuoral said that Judge Taylor ordered tho bond oa treated, but when it came to collection it wriB found tliat Mr, Clarke had no oatale, Tax on Theatres Alberta will follow tlia load of tile other provinces and increase tUo !fi'r>> oral revenues by imposing a tax on thoatros. � Mr. .Mitchell gave notice ol his' Intenfloii to introduce aucli a bill on Friday. Mr. Marshall's Addrea .Mr. Alnrshall after poking soni'i fun at the member for JS'ortii Calgary, dealt with the charge that the business, dt tho province is run .u:i party lines and showed up Die liypoi'iisy (>f the opposition on the Issue in that llic most miupr purchases by the Federal govei'iiraeiit has to be .iiiijroved by some local patronage cQuiinitlee or other. The minister then delveti into the Billijeot so dose to his heart, tlio agricultiivai IntoroBls ot Alberta and MAKKETS May 'Wh'eat............... July iWhe^t................ jVlay oats .............!____ lyiay flax ................. 1031/4 1081/2 421/a I931/4 WEATHER I'llqh........................ 41 Low ----................... 21 Porccast: Moderatolyi cold and mostly i fair with local snow falls. placed the empiiiisis on livestock as tho great safe-guard and Instanced C S. Noblt'. of Nobleford. as a big grain producer, who had recently placed 300 head ol'atogjtpf Ills farm. The farmer wiu) makes gooil is tho one wlio keeps livestock. .: .Mr. Marshall combnttod the view that the land offered opportunity for great wealth, but it does offer Uidc-pendoiiee, comfort and happiness. Mr. Marshall dotondod the domon-siratlop farms from the' criticism of the men wlio uovev lived on a farm, never saw a denioustration fanii and would not' kh'piv , one if tiiey did see It. Mr..MurB'h(iU created some fun by roiatlug the'DOiillcal antecedent ot tho niombei' for.^outli Edmonton, who (criticized the faH'fns: Ho said tlie school of agrioiilturd and tlig farms eo-ordln-ale a.ud o�rf;ei;n":adVt�o"t ^-n sunk, accordlu, to ^ th.' combination of the safe. Coti-1^^''^'"^"Be TolograpU � stable Loiigley of the U, N. W. JI. P. was at once notUled and believes, it lo bo tiie work of iioboes. Ho is LtliS-lly engaged 011 the case.- TWO STEAMERS TORPEDOED, . Havre, via. London, March 23.-The NoVwagian steamer Koenlg has beeiv tprpodoed' wlUiout warning in the; channel,'according to a report recelv-, ed liere., The crew was saved. Avail- -able shipping records fall to show any, stfcamor Koenlg. ' i.,ondon, .March 24-The Danish bark GRAND TRUNK SMASH Toronto, March 23.-^^Grand Trunk passenger train No. 10, known as the iCaslern Flyer, Chicago to .Montreal, crasiicd into a coal train at u siding a mile east ot Port Ui'edlt at 10,in o'clock tonight. Engineer H. Ov.arond of Toronto, for 40 years" au englnoev on the Grand Trunk, unil FU'enmn'W. O. Anderson of Mlmlco, two dead,...... ? : ? > ? .; > : Jllghteen of her crew wero-'^*-'^' rescued. ? ? ? > ? ? � >'>Vj. 73 20625249 ;