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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbrldge, Alberta.^ ^Tuesday; Miuych 25,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 87 mm. mmmm mm hv . The LiDeraVeoJiv^n-dlon tox the city of I-ethtfricfge oeidfn^ 111 b6 held on ciently ' Conserva-Engiand hall reodlous hall ,tb"dfty,4 The C :i;ivcs'have;-Aiiie;:f^bn:^>f Engl ' � P, hali;' The,"'l5rt^rals'may sc r' Majestic oi;/spmb,.6ther hnll, iiig to the arrangements that can;!;c. " made. ''- - - I The eonvention will be open to every man In fftvor of-'progressive govr; ernnjsnt'and of'nthp splendid le^islai-] tipnpassed. by the'Sifton goveriiment Adrianople;tbut- London,: M arch - SB^Thei Buir- � flarlan besiegers todaty^ captured r, � the Turkish fortr�i''V/i\dr(an.. opl�, after a bombardmer^t Ust-' jing several hours,; aoc"ordjDB;-to:a' despatch from Sofia. ^' BOUGHT THE FARM ^SHEEP Swift's buyer, -Mr. ^P.. JtloPhee has TqWfjl: WpRKERS MET, ELfeCTED, OFFi'CErtS AND NAMED cphli^;:: ' ViENTION � DELEGATES .f � l^iariiet/; March 25.-At a rousing meeting last night the Liberal association' of the town of Warner, was", organized. There was a big crowiani' grpa|:ientliusm^ The Sltton goyw ernment'was endorsed by everyone, its':;progressive legislation greatly; pleasing; the :,people. Warner Libe&ls* are 'determined that this new; riidiHg: ehall- send a Liberal to Kdmonton-sTa; 'its 'flrst'.repr�9'?n()�(;ive. The fo,no\ir-ing oflloors ;w"ere elected: President,* dHarW>v'E^aii !� Becretar/'treas^^ LyJe' 'V4^/9hiiney ; � executive, GJ ' W. Morton,' D; Green^'ald, L. Grady, p.. McKenzie,, J;, Pitman, J. A. Smithv' M. Mangin,.!?. Kelly. - ..... Theconventiph. is called for Wed- nesday . a,t ^'arher and the following four delegates were �� appointed -^ith imrehaaed^th^ floeki;pj^Blia^ instructions to support L. P. Lef- �tperlmental farm, This flock con- flngwell for - the nomination:, h. slated of '260 head; :50 V;bfejn^f&m^ Grady,..T. McKenzie, S. D. Barrow, parunbnt ol ^atuiul rr ofarcei did ^\ ^1" 'S{e^il a" o'n^mla^Ioiior'o- 11 fl ficoCk, ba a �gtj.^piii (Irf u{to 'CQp^ anco.of thu lnvlt|iuor^tD*attend ^aiil MORE $� LIKELY ARTS Figures Showing Canadian Trade .. with Great Britain in '  ^ " F^ebruary ?.ipiia&iii;iiiaSti025.-Official figures give tHe'Value 'of the trade between _______lmpor^|frb>n Canada lArticle . ',February. February � 1913 1912 iW-Jseat......�405,413 �609,409 Flour. ..^:>.v lfi0,25l , 162,513 Cattle......... 9,916 Bacon--..� 68,086 , 80-467 .Ham*. ... 23,363 11,637 Cheese... 52,606 75,717 tedntfed'SalmioaSi^;:'8 210,453 " " 7,495 Piilp Ti/ood :^,SpljitgiVivr:ri^{!|^^52.B94 �:f24,210 ajitiar.'*'� iV�.WWP -=3,601 : 8i880 Wool .;______12,342 . 5,352 ,Plgafon:.... .�^�y.^:/ 5,717  ...;4;687 IWroUght Iron 7,656 ' -5,561 -i,...:.. �,: 14 903 17,021 .,111 4,952 .930 S.546 By FLOODS NDIANA SUBMERGED I'm � MR; 'Slf-TQN'- NOMINATED U;> ? �? ? ? o ? ? ? party -UeADERS confer � ^ ' ^_' 4 .-.Otta.wal/Ont.r. March, 25.- Premier "Bbrdeji, 'this after- noon,5t called ^n ,Slr Wilfrid ? 'j^i'iaMi&iM^MS'^^ and it la. ? repoT^d^that,'lie Oppositloa ? leader a'greed,-to .the'passage > � of Pnfe'.^ixlh. of the^inost of m ? ' '*:?;itefeSSSi!ii^:'na^ iesUmateS. \ ?; ? - ,^ A- number, of th;e 'vot^ti ,to % objection is,' ; te^:^:8�uitS?/hls�'%d:ei^being Ttihat, ^oU .toilQr;t:;'!Wiien .iMpCilure rea(iea,#,% Premier Said No Settlement Would be Made Before ,thel": Legislature is Consulted .Edmonton, Alta.) ,Mftroh 25^-Pre-^ mier Slfton,. in tabllnsf the texf"* of the Privy Council Judgipent In ^the, Alberta and Great � IfVit'e^ in the ,Le^3la,We'/f^y tfatement ln^regfu:d^^ 'th'i'llnl of fh/gOYerm^^pt||;i ssUrediHhd^ Tfowp^ Ifillfefe" suiatidn'^^*?..T;Mi , p^as giol^f-,^ i ;> "In/taWlng thltf Jiid tp flaya,that it1:irea ' ment during tUo^^rj it is a-tfgal^docum^ ful considaj'atlon! t' this flftikatton, the bajnlc, Jare^r^'not?; provlnce,W that al might |s besijocrns^def not% b e'' ahjanged J t graA; anamis^Pa^ ,^ , , Sion ib^WBob'een iiqpo'aJtilfa|^f,t�)?;^ JlDA thS-itMt' thab'; oeit'tleswtovlfe'r.conBuUi Governor Cox called out the mit> Itia, to protect property and keep or* der. Following is a result'of the slix uatloa: Dayton Marooned . i DaytoUi Ohio.-Cut. off from com-munlcatlon. Report at Indianapolis,' not conflrmed, says. 1,600 dead;- .1-: Dam above city aald to have broJ&t-en, flood breaking the levees. Serious at Delaware Delaware, Ohio.-Twenty personsp. drowned; militia order^ to patrol-streets; relief supplies being sent,' ' -Columbus, Ohio.-Bridges* near' ColumbUB,: on � Scioto River, waiiherf out and railway traffic paralyzed. , ' Trains Stalled . Lim^i Ohio.-^There - are tei?. milerf .;, of trains of all kinds stalled by .wash* outs between: Lima:, and I�fayette;, �The Ottawa River; on a rampage. ' Horsemen Warned People j^^ Akron, Ohio.--Dam . north.  of' .cttj^ J ''4 broke. Horsemen rode, thlrough ", i-.* ley, warning fanners, who, with .theli?, families, fled by the hundreds nox V/ iilg]^r';;grptihdB;:;f:;v^ Indianapolis, tod.; March'.26;-T4'*|i|\ , Liaru;' Ohio^-^Inundated. Lose Not Known oar service!, ha(^'''been Suspended h*, �said. ,The *reaklng qf fa^ dam,.i used J ,tbe '�^dr^tkf'- Mld^i Kim-' ^ ^ ?3 e. �o cab 'en- [email protected]|wa8j tionrVand tbatino^sej (iriftkoh''wilI b^^^nja en&qnt,-without-oalli Tu^e toj^ether for the |Ldul|lng'{the.-;inembeCBV 1 ^ Thy-ricfuse went In ^^jphj^le^^rr"^*-- 'K*' .jT,, oiogation wll I'l'o'', luce Llihorj iii8:^afternoon or tonfetTov* - * -I -'�n-le _ . y .'eTpoisiGl o 6 h*^.i^sT(^_^,M , P12ACED '5 , \�con gave, diH. d iS'pOpI, tagc o-ver Ub opponent o' being A,rebl dent of toe iidlnm . ills olc tlon b^'a iir p mnioxH I1 con.*ldeni v lo�.li foV. X A-'i  . SCHMIDT BROS JNTEND^JeSJT . SUCCESSFULvMIX^^ , �toCk,^ha o �S'tjjpflm }lrf nito i.cqp^ | ^^LL MEN ENTEfUNSoift^ anco.oi tho ln.lf|Alor^to*atlend ,aii 1 ^J^.^ 59n*J**-� � nla''wlttfbj NOT MUCH DANQE *. 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