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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta A tea pmmimfta exquiiltit. fMK^�ted by the death to NEW ZEALAND PAPER SA'IfS MRJ CHURCHILL'S SCHEME iOOpLD: ONLY (3E TEMPORAfiy : AN oRiQiNAt;"v�tASiU,'v?^4i;ic|lso6ver^d Was^nt owner.; �-'"--'i.'S. Sy^ftey, N. 2., Maroh Dally Her�ld referring to-Mr/OhttfCfe Ill's announcement conoernlnii-faij Imi iwrlal squadron, says: "TUeisohom'tt is obviously only tompor^iy;.. Thft need of a well conslaerediBtiifeme Of naval units for Australia, Zealand and Ccnada with: ooiiAT>t,V. KELLY.FOl)ND' IN SE^CH FOR  � I Hisiiwtt' LORE' v^;;., -; �� - snd alT^iays h"n|':S^. fihe hai^TStib*. Knlv0s,{,Bga^e�, Kb.i .];tog)?lbB,ilft..tte no?th; Crew ..aret' ^verywbero; jJn .the 80tt'tb^,4roV/&iircofJs, Bloods, *f�(lB^,^ Blatokfoit^'B'ea'rly tlm&b thojf6--w��tf slntbbjna^StStiBJj,^,' ahertfA'an yeVe;^Wt�i�:>#'>�'�th^ %ftB�(5'ih|i.,i"^e,dlclno tbleve8,^):ij0'>&pst. quami�ome>i�(iilne^ illiw'li^'-tMy^oMiM''tfi(>i>![^l;LndAry> raid- pi^jt^feflpildredv ;Sp;u|iEi _.,..,'||r,ii8: ll'lnlo/lhe ..,j:.t)ie" eVent: was the -spfendid bapqui^iiis'eEVf ed by Mr. Thos. Kltby.'of thb Kirby hotel.: Mr. Klrby; indeed, exdAUiMsi-best efforts and gave the Oddfellows � the.feed of their lives. '."vrE-Jv" FolIoTying are tlie..officersJsJ ,rjt|e hew lodge : N, G., Dr. N. -Tf BSo-ji man'; V; G., W;'"tway. awmJMiV. - Kerfst who la of prspar^?^ ItaUsf taorihws ^fSiatbryp^tiu^uv^Btoak induanT.ol' 'p|ij$^^'sLvf-, [email protected]*if"J^ttS>!lo����artiy'totach�d rett^ i^flMrifeMJtrOaffli '""'d&pl^ iSHlaii bistoury*. f'X. ^MifJ&iA^m ,-^'diolti^�b thAt in. mm ot love, 'Stood 'idpi^i pf ^h)^^%iK Bloodi|p�ili| b�rfl8,-Bloo4|| ispValted ."tot ��ing the nqurd^M: loBaable ^rabum, south ot |Av6iUT|:p.%'!i' ;.l?^lpand; - 0. ^G, R. Barjett; ist S, SJ.S^Alax, Mathfesoh': 2nd S. S,, A. Colpan, >^ QUEEN MARY T^M; PURIFY THE CQTHT London, March 30".-QueBri..,Jit making her'influence attd'het^l personality.' felt at court ^'h^, , tain manner, and thoSe who, Vfijsli] be rebeiyed must look V(rell-tO' "ilj inariner pf going. /^.^.f a Kever- before have .therebeen t,m_ ^many erasures from suhnritte^'^lffTs and.never has the, line,'be^en-ap-|fia ly dr^twn as to the, prdpe?- n^l tions ^ati the ''prcse^nt tbne'!^fif�Ao Southard.) ^ Ml W4S Mr. Laurie opened'-the convention ..v-^--. -, in;a.short speeqh in,whloh>ho outl ned |rtios,t;re^dy tor translation. Ue-Object of tho gathering. He said fJoseiih Y.- CaW,'^ Cardsto'n, It was'the largest-^d, most enthuj^j'-tominated liy .Iphansen, , Aypolford, astid convention he Md attended ' jnfecondgd by John^Hunt, Oardstpn,^ : the riding, and he" 'believed perfect/, Christian Jensen, Magrath, , wasj harmony prevaile"!?.' The Liberals iYor4ufseconded .by Davis, ot Cardstqn. ..^s ,he was certain" that^tai the 17th';,;ol',W.;^G,,Smith, ^ot Leavitt, was nom-^ pnim-hpl in.itf�ri hv Stppd. ot Oardston. seo- 19 m Jeneen's faVori-^^Liud.'it^'^i^TO-longed applause aTad-'a !teiitl')wl?o'i|oii greeted i(his annbunc^6|it;''^^*';-� '''' CMdidateLlgeK^^I^I The cf^ndldate :roa speech in accepting and promised that ' to the provinftijir le give the best he haf ot the people ot Jji* , Jensen is a fluent^M er, 'and he m9d9S!f�w-f; ,  > -y "tAs 'isiB|t)i''ays:^ the (.asc, tl� doOti.r wai';vweir rebdlvSd He bad a ivaXi, l�iisj^VvfeBi't,]{i8 lallwaryjipiji. This 'April when the' ballots'were coi^it �tbpfr assumed-s^iilfes would melt^iji /erv^nt tears. � He-appealed ^for-cr cord, and unity.V'iUrging a''strict'"v tentipn to the_;,hysfln,eps of the; c yen'lilon It mu^t 'be^ said fo?";.^ Laurie that vffieri' if oomes tp/b bK Steed, ot Oardston, ?bv Burt, ot Car^stpn. Wm"' Laurie was nominated, by-'J. Y. 'Card, seconded by several of ttic, delegdte^. Af|er curi^tnt -� . 1 Til- Ilo'or Roland li\in^B vjiv-'defllt; T^ritH? the rpd'atijlutlpn, di,trlc-t couil ot the J strict., wmcii-m>ieM!ijoo.dl, portion, pf Mr ,,r,j.o, to bi junior ]udte;oI� StflWiirt'fi,>pe�!oh TJwJ- tI.eV.ovttir i-.- mot.cnurt ot tlip dibtrlcf oI.C Ki#ibyiiii5, as'^a plalfonp gpwUr is \insle Jackton^ .otV VS^v.eTrtdei)itpift) il hii'eport.pii f?at 1 viti, lo bj fhc jUlgp of tSe ui;c|&y;;|�}eftS&Bf us frif nd^, ni.irien^fH court ot iho U stiict of Lethljii 'tThe';spea}cfer�LOpimrnctd hj roj.gra- thii �icad ol tlis Honor 'Sulra tulStlng,.1ihe|'dVci!ati:i on 'heir cbQiwO ui , ' -� 'can^,i4i�tp!i Uc bad l.novr Mr y tlinir ortioiKol.^i!||)|e'^� ^ijVgbhtlen eadi glorif fully'witjjdreyri ,.pled|ing,"\their ^up-port of'^tbp-^winneri'of'either :, Hduol loh J-'idjn CraH^ tidgp cf till dnlruti CQUit' d*S di-iliift iif M,iMeol, Mo U thi>ji iidi; of tl o iljsttr I cn in of ll iikj ti>i distrn'., r V Mi,Ncii or �vjaci.tfH.- judge of IVtaclcod, ip,tlJ3,Bte|,d'i^ Ifonor IiuIgc CrdV)'>i'l ,'Jen^eniforMahftli' ten >pars, and, yi*i> ho fq^stint iiispi'tor nl v'^ISh ooitvlncedC,thafeh' v honornblp,lijan in toon �on8^j:\,ii.vph of tie '*wiii^herG6;i;;^>ei#ff� (leLtirn of fu'lotts .'� ^ Presilent-Um LftirJq >.>7'h. 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