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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIUGE. ALBERTAj.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 23. 19.11 CENTS NUMBER 88 HEADS OF BRITISH ARMY AND NAVY RESIGNED TODAY SELLS I 10 mm MARTIN HARVEY ADDRfeSSING THE BOARD OF TRADE M-905 Mathews Offer of 93.37 Fell' ThrougWMcKenzie Bid Was Raised WOULD HANDLE MORE Alter several tours ol ansious sus- pense oa the part of the commission- ers yesterday in wailing for areijly telegrams aneni an offer ol 31, io. It.o local improvement 1 per cent. 30 year bond issue [com R. C. MaUbews of Torcrito, the city coun- tit this morning accep'.d the offer ol flil.-j made by V. A. McKfnzie. e. be lorced to s.fp in, much jtbp people. --ni ISi ie bis dislifce. to .cause Hoed-! milletl Io Hie lesislao.rc. the border President Wilson land i wrllten i tary of Stale lor War, inlervieweil they would not uie the to [the general officers in command crush Ulster's present .opposition-- to the Home Rule-bill. The, points out that the government, retains its right to .use the. army to maintain-law and order. The orders the Wir Office In respect to .the duties of the army in Ireland, chiefly.. In- connection with the protection of government stores, arms and am- munition are given very com- pletely. The omits telieve that there is Ihe verbal communication made by lhaf thoy might be cal explained to them thai an officer ol thr llritish army was compelled to obey orders to shool "only in case the order was a reasonable one under. The Secretary for War told Ihem that no from a general down to a private was expected to use more force than was required to maiufain. order and Ihe safely ol life and pro- WIIKRK DISOBEDIENCE IS .IL'STIKIKD "II, therefore, officers and men ol the llritisb' army have been led .to" possibility upoa outrageous aclion, tor insUnre to massacre a .demonstration of as may i as wo'Jld be the efiects on discipline ng three pi tE.rfe weeks before the money is need- ed. Tlieu.the city may lake, the ofier, or givc lour weeds' notice to the con- am! call for tenders in the regular way. >iessrs. and Wood ejc- pre.-sed 'rte opinion that they could Ks good a price for I.cthbridgc lends as any other house, or cren heifer price, AS would speciali in Lethbridjr. bonils, crecitiug Maintaining a .steady market that would he started will, the V23.000 gje purchased..this mOThing ar.d frd hj- the isv.scs (roin.'tiinc to lime. Tlio agrcniienl is not binding in any ivay, and it is likely that it uill he ac- Cfalfd In IhM ur ,n inccllfied form. 'fhetJS.Ofin issue is to he. in (Iraom- loalfons ol 51003 .A BIG FIGURE IN ;THE HOME RULE QUESTION The property ol foreigners safe for a moment while the rebellion j I lasts. "Mr. Wright riled a case of a BIG SNOW AT HEAD OF GREAT LAKES Fort Wimmn, Ont., JIarcll Tho wnrsl-anou' of the fs famine; al Iho head of the lake? since midnight, :ind lllllo promise of tbatlng before nfghlfail. Only occa- atonftl. ilurinf; the d.iy, the renull that the hundredi who work fn one city and live. In the were unable to got to their work Jo'dair I Slr.'l-aw, on that occasion, read obeyed. What must now be letter in which General.Paid js possibility Of action be- that "acllve operations, .were to be- j jng reunited by the troops -in supr' gin neainst I'lster. ant! that it was eJ- porting the civil power, in protectlcr; lives an'd properly when the police are unable to hold their own: .in SHOTS WERE FIRED can? with whom he Ulked nho inrl a ranch '.vorlh SSO.OOO in norlh- But No One Hurl In the Depcw Strlxe (he country Voiilrt .be in Mexico, four years ago. liajdits Marlial Law Still by Saturday." stole.his caitle one hy one nr-.MI Mnrch Ihe The Irish Cominander-in.CliicI wrote! CAUSB OF HISAKKKCTIOX ,d r-nly 75 .left which he sold in or-' nj. ipn-tlii law nui'ut that he-was In closo communication! have been made to lo gel somdhing. Then three or sinkers'of; with the War Office'; ami had reeelv- lfce uoops !rom obeyin.c la-.o: through the Krliv fiftliroad fate o'. Wrixlii'" iilaiil. Tills, rolut was i latler maintains that business ed by special deputies..hut no or.e I Is as %onl here, as in any cily he Iho shots were not re- .wilh the [Kjssiblc- evceplion .turned, of.Portland, Ore. XATIOVS' Deohring that there had no: I.oniion. March mutiny ol case ol lack ol discipline in n section of the officers ol the Brit-i fejpfct in thn, ''o'- ish regular army Iiejand, -when OI1C) sajs they belle.vcd be order-! the same lirr.r, as au-1 to fiftht the tnslennen, was stalemtnls utleied in Ihe press' U'-Sre the I'arliariittit elsewhere made my position, I oiTlce and (he army officers-in. Ire- between the war] ike scneral oflirers thAt .1 ____ I BLOODHOUNDS UP .TRAIL .'The Provincial Secretary SurcHcr. .Vti..- .March A. .1. McLean, srovlnrhl sec- ho-.imls put 6n tho Irafl 'o! 'the _........... rclary, passed through" town Tiiifday, men -who last night-shot nnd nroumlea, (0 tht "recent whole-! responsible to see that there was fin" lns. .Captain C. H. Adams, president of.lhc I jij- hold earn of them individually First Lord of ttdsy over the Uliler in' liie cily. mid Tucsdiy. woua pondence (Continued on page ;