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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Volume IV. I^tlibrid^e. Alta.. Monday, March 27, 1011. Niiniber S9 Girl Mj ade Strai ige Escs ipe Investigate N. Y. Disaster Toronto Doctor was Killed CANADA HASlMaking Regina VERY FREE HAND British Cabinef Ministers! Talk on the Reciprocity Affrecment TARIFF REFORM Would Have Kept Downj Prices for Wheat in ! Canada ' i l/ � 1)1 e-el a.tljmilioa that \\hi\i had ^ Jiai,;iii:ied lief.vee;) CiLnaiiii and the I liiU'd was :ir(K)t conoiiiBi. e: liiii ii' w-e had ado;.ted Chumberlain's' fc.,houK', �\i,U>.- Hic '.ntni]!(ii >i: :i lower iirlei'" "Uphold," (oiiliii-. nuosed to liie empire. Suppose j.^dav uipiu the following J.iiv.V faliiirouR i'nllc\ had been adopt- , , , , .... , ,, , catloii was read and dtsciisfi td. the men ot ( anadi would be ',?ay- Aledielne Hat, .March L'7.-At the fol. 8eeiy. The method Honar Trades and Labor council meeUng on tunh ,, detail Ru.s.sian claims before coinmiini- March iH. otherwise it will hold the men of Canadi would be -ay- - ---------^'hinese Kovcrnmrnt responsible for li.i,., here !s your .glorious lirliiah Em- Heeretary Trades .and Labor Council, such action as Russia deems advis-�plre, H'iih wli7in Hc iKUP been joined Medicine Hal, Alta.; ^'''e to talte. The iiltiniatun? was 111 fis al bonds. Owing lo ihe admir- jjear Sir and Brother:-The matter '^""'"'''"^'^ ^ telegram from M. War-a'lle arraii�eineni,s made on both sidos ut" the formation of an Alberta Federa- ^'"ff, 'he aetiUR minister of foteien f.i.r\ tiiuadian farmer Is gettlut four Hon of Labor is being actively boosted afTair.s !o M. Korostovelz, the Rus-siiilllnRs a ijuaner less tor the wheat jiiti no^^ ji,d conalderiu^i; the unset-, sian minister at Hekin. 1'^ ,iieri state ot mind of Albertan wage-; Socialist.s to Revolt I'lidor such a bond of Empire," worUors, especially In the building i , , i >  tv, roiJimuod Seely. "every man in Can-1 ttaUes. means of gettins closer to-' Warsaw, Russia, Mardi 2(i. - The lul-s connected with rarminK would be �ether by a provinciul oreanlzation' ''"^ P^'P^t- Inidciea in the dovelopm�nt of Uia in- would be beneficial. ; '"g revolt, as they seem to think war rinsiry. wha' be sold would be at a, ti,-o. HowelJ of CaJg-ai-y is of the Russia and China is inevit- If'w price, so tbiii the ptoyle of the same raind as tnyself, as is McNab. Russian troops have iir.iiicr country iniKht j;tfi food for a The Builders lixchanKe seems deter- ^'^^^ withtirawn from Russian \'o\-l.iM,- What a way to cement the mined to force a fltjbi on the building a'"'. ^'le .'Socialists think thev JLinpiie: If the Tory way of aettlugtrariameii. and as there Is no cohesion would have an excellent chance The 111) 11 fiscal bond Imd been triad, Ir amouK ue, we all beiuf imcwrtain what Polish patriots pailty gives no coun-'^^olli(l have shattered the ymplro pre- to do. a common ground for us all to tenance to the mnvcnienl because it  ;i:ei> ill the same way we lost the meet on to discuss the situation Is ea- thinks such a revolt would only Amei-,1, sub conMneni by attempting! gpntlal. In Ihe other sections of the ph>cp them al the mercy of (ier- iRbor movement in ,Uber(:a we should niany. havther, also in demnndinB protection. i;ij.-,ie;jilel iLaiuashlrel said that the'and in the enaclraeiiv of le.s?islation a>i:al fur reciprocity was neither; purely provincial movement ^-ould; f""*-"'' ^"'"S""'^*; ''"'"P'*^-- lin!iati.c! iiiKl encoiirased nor hamper-, have more woijflu ihan a federal raove-| '> � ^ result of prolonged conlet- t u;. ;he goverunieiit of this coimtry.: nieni. The government would scr-;Onces the Chinese ("'oreisn office to-Ciiiiai:-. had been t'^'cii fisieal liido-' louBly consider the claims of some 1 I jiilcMi.f. It was not their aaainess ten thousand trades unionists in Al- Toronto, Mai-ch 2ti.-Palling in front of a Metropolitan car when hU horac shied at the noise of the whistle. Dr. Chu�. M. Stewart of 142 Carlton St.. was instantly killed Saturday afternoon. The accident hinp-pened on Yon.?e street when the doctor was returning from an outing with a number of friends. His heart was cut in two. The doctor T.-.-.g a well known eye, ear- and throat sperocity. Efforts to slaiiiiyeUe industrial in- i t�restig of Ontario are meeting with; signal fallitre. With a fla;;rant dis-; HE MAV NOT RECOVER Or. Werthlngton, M. P. for Slierbroek*/ Who is Crltlcaily III EARNING RIGHT TO HAVE VOICE I regard for facts, the Conservative Boundaries of Regina have Been Enlarged to 13 Square Miles 1 1" Uiteii'.ioii to eitluM- crhicize uorSberta who would, or shotild be ready ly on Monday to Ihe donraiids made 1'1. sw)li.'G in tl^i wheel of progress, ^ to back up their claims with their b\ Uie Russian ultimatum concerninR -.'.'�.i.h he believeil she was making-, voiew. In other word*, falling the kov- t),. p,-ovisif the treaty of 1881 ; H.-.iraiir useil, in;n,erliately ;hr.'.. urnmsni u> consider our demands ij Hussia'^led upon an answer bell.- poll-.'v was lauiif'icil, w.jrds whirb would recomraeud the formation of aif,,^,. cupsirtav. It is generally consid-I, ihl� lime musi bav,. been unkind, political organizuti.)ii. 1 have address-j p,.pfl v, be said ihls polii y ot Canada ed the miners' convention and thej . ri national liiHiisier. That wRp'nmMer placed before their notice was r ,; n'f. lani^uage which lended to pro-', favora'bly considered. In addition to JV'jif il;e unit.v of the empire. He^ Industrial workers joining the new or-�\ hupiiy to say i.hat all of Ualfour's ganlzation, it ig .proposed to admit the ci.;:e;icues' de.ilins with this niailer farmers' unions. J,r. 1 sill'.,, abandoned such languag^jj (,et me hoar fi-oni you, also bring ii! n-h'-ti Hdclreesed in our great Dom- mis mutter before the "Hat" Trades J".''.>n a"!'!"*?. Ihe tea. Ii was aa?iy 'hill if preferentlnl trade hud l.'cv. ill 01 iirafi'>n in this country.' rraiit;iiiieni with ilie fnltert f.'iai�s. He posed that a Tory fjov-eninieni luuini; imnerla) preference 111 view noii;d have endeavored to for-'l-M Canadu maUiiig su[:li an arrange-ni ii with licr uciglibor. �'\"'rll." added Mr. llarcouit. "since tlu days when tea chests were thrown lute !!osion harbor no greater folly �i>uld have been conunltioil than that." t' bC'l'S. I ONE MAN KILLED MniichPiiier. N. II.. .Mari'b LiT.-The hf'i'.d of a t n'elveiiicli sieum pipe at' tlie |n"iiI .power bouse ble" oni today,. Hi.liiiu niie man inslamly aii'l sever'!-] \\ iiil'irin,", cighi others. j  MR. FERGJE IN CITY iliere was no alternative course in view of Chinese utter iin-prcparednrss for war. Interest is being manifested in the altitude of -Japan, which IS obviously holdin); en-tireh alooi although more powerful than ever a I I'ekin. Tlic t lilnese iipwypapers which are, intensely tenoraiil of foreign alTairs are very hostile against Cfreat Britain wliicli lliei accuse of beginiiins _......._ _____ tlie present land ftrab and they pro- CoupresK of Canada, j P'lpsy that, both .lapaii and France will not he long in following suit. Repori^ iruiu llarluu .state the Russian railwii) refused lu transport several carloads of arms and amrau-niliun destined for t'hiiiese garrison* on Mir jrontier f-'roin elspwhore in Manchuria coipe iiidicatinns of .lap-, .uiese readiness to invest in South � Manchuria shniild the Russian iiivest-i meiit in the nortli assume a serious ; aspeci. Ill a recent issue the I'ckiii Daily i news iii an editorial evidentlv inspir-, ed iiv the I'hinese loieiKii board, de-ciari'd that China would not submit In the cfi-ca'.li'd am'.rcssions t/f vari-, ous jiowei-s. and Ihiit she would iiol simi; ,iw:iv her nationiil rights which be fiikcn Imm lier whether this \tas oiiii a threat intended to assLst iliina's diplomacy runifirrow would ; show Regina, March 2fi.-.4 proclamation issued Aiy the Lieutenant Governor in council increases the area of Regina City from three square miles to (birceen siiiare miie.s. The new parliament buildings, Motinted FoMce barrachs and some eighteen annexes and sti'b-dlvisions are now included within (he city tx)undary. The population of the enlari;-ed city Is estimated at upwards of twenty thousand. Prior to the autlition of th� new terrlrorv. Regina. town-site was the amalleat In area of any incorporated city in Canada. cool reception for the kaiser press in the east has raised the cry that the furniture inditstry among others, will be ruined if the recipro-j cltj- agreement gx)es into effect, and berlln, the seat of the furniture industry, was specially warned to take notice. But thlB industrial German centre refused to be scared. At aj great rally held there a resolution j strongly endorsing the agreement was i moved by the dean of the furniture' manufacturers, Mr. .lames Ahrens.l seconded by a local labor leader, and enth'usiasiilcally carried. ! The Fielding domoiistr^tlon at Mont-' real Saturday night In which Hon. Syd-. ney Fisher and Italph Smith, M.P.i shared tlie honors with the finance i minister, was a magnificent tritimphj to a man who was cliletly instrumental | in neA'otlatlnjr the trade agreement., and a triujnph for the cause. It fur-j niBhed a clear proof that Slfton's at-i tempt to capture the cotnmercial me-i iropolls of the east has failed. ! An Australian Lays Claim for Representation at Westminster London, March 37.-Sir Neirtoa Moore, the new agentr-general for West Australia interviewed ou his arrival in England said thai p�ctt�ps Jn tbc past it inighl have been presumptuous of the overseas dominions to ask for direct representation at Westminster, but iu view ol the Inct that they arc now prepared to ccpt the responsibility of na'dionhood by making provisiou for the beginning of a navy and adopting compulsory training as they had in Aua-traliiT it should not be'ing too nrtich that a citizen of Perth, West Australia, should have as much say in external qtiestioiis as the resident of a village in the old country. WINNIPEG PLEASED Winnipeg. JIarch 27 -The cabled Intelligence that the privy council has ruled that the railway ootnmission is all powerful with regard to grades and level crossings was received with much satisfaction here, as iu tbe entry of the Oroat Nortln?rn this city has a similar problem to that of Toronto. MAIL DELIVERY  ON APRIL 3 iitldiaK neu � 'Window at th* aortft> west corn�r rt a scrap bea* imdar Uj� cuttings table. It It thougbt to kar*!# fire esca;pe, and I climbed out.' AM It did so 1 looked back and saw mvBf girls rushing toward tb� window i hai^ gone through. I was giad tbsy W�V*) coming and slopped crying. I lalt I had to get down abaad c? ibam. Tba; iron steps of the ladder Tvara hot gad' getting hotter as 1 went d(>wa. I had! taken proba'bly three etopa dovB'vard' when the first of (he glrla i�U�d otit; of the window above ma, oraaUnc down on tne, and I toat taj ^aiKD-C* and fell myself falling. I rdinajdbar I was almost glad of it before I loat iny, sense:;. "When 1 woke up I waa la the fun- , most posOtlon. 1 bad to stop and figure ii out. My handis rraro doTva by my feet and 1 was all doubled up, I heard men and women, far off, shouting and screaming. I tried to mo'V* and could not. After a long tlmo I hoard lulces and the window waa' (Continued on Page 9.) A department I of HEALm ^ NEW BANK MANAGER A RED HOT WESTERN TOBY Glen Campiiell, M, P. for Oawphtn I HOME TEAMS WON London, March 27.--.Home teams ' were successful in l^rst League loot-� ball games played today, every one winning. Following are the results: Tottenham Hotsipur 2. Oldham Ath-i letlc 0. Blackburn Rovers i, Notts Forest 1: Sheffield Cnitod 2, .Middles-Oorough 1. .Mr. W. D. LawBon, who for some time past has been of the Eaetem Townships Bank in Victoria. B.C., ba4i arrived in tbe city to take the position of manager of the branch here, made vacant by the resignation of J. A.. U. Home Si>okane, Wash., March 27.-One of �'.he many innovations propu.sed umler, iyipokuues new charter is the rri'a''on � !of a departmeni of health, consimini; 'of the five city commisisioners and a iquallfied ]ibysici�u. as permanent r.e> � ireiary. .Mavor William .1. llindley will �be chairman. The present board, headed by tir, .M, U. Grievo, is '['riiiiiis ' ed of pltymciaus serving v.iilu)-ii pay. The olinuge Is contemplated pi'imarllx 10 place public health affairs directly. I in nthc bands of the city i<.iininlssion-ere. To sati.sfy the law of the state, I the comtD'issloners will i'orinnIly a.-;i- point themselves niemi'i-rs of iin- dr-Iparfmont. Corporation Counsel .VIoi-' rill has forwarded an o;,lulon to Mayor illindley, saying that the plan will no! I violate the State law. which, he adds,' irioes not require the board of beakh 'Of any city to 'be composed entirely of phyBlolans. Mayor Hindley ulso has :been designated spokesman for the luunlclpallty. An ordinance adopted at a recent meet in;; pro\lde4i that the 'niaj'or'fi chief duties eliall be to "re- JOSE LIMANTOUR rrctls'^'''' " ""-^i Talked of as President Diaz's Successor in Mexico, ;