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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta YOU MK VI. TEX PAG US Letlibriilge, Alberta. Tlmi'Mlay. 1. K CKXTS 111) AP.rnnmn uirr WMlilNb mitt Owing lo Conci'ialory Spirit i Shown Tune be Given 1 91JFFALO T'ED UP WILL PRESS HIS for Reasonable Course I Proucifoot Refuses to Sub- mit to Tactics of the Pai'tizan Committee MAKES STATEMENT invoh lug tlore v Liini Hi lll'j on ainkL- il-Ld iLicrniiii; fur In- uii'l hl.orttr .v THE ACCUSER AND TilF. ACCUSED urnw IMU ML) YtRI FiTONT w QAGINMH m LiiluiLhi, uni unuiumi liiUi Ifoidit Took Trip for Purpose of Di posing ot Some Nasty Knocks j i It- t.i.ij M K u. 1 11 .Liu- ,-f A'.-'.. 4 X'i ti i.n. 11: lo ;s i.ui. HE Cf ti I .11.11.1-.- ill.r.- Will Likely Amplify Changes j and a Sensation is on Tapis PROVINCIAL CENSOR CHAOWICK WILL BE HERE NEXT j ABOUT MATTER iwrll t- 'I ll.ll till' Of th" or V. i-f .Mor. lol i.nt nil. llj lo !l.i Jci.i'.ml t; 'lie I'tct'Jrrs li.. ri..i i ..f S.ut.iri ujh i" I.cthlin.lfC moll iii il'ar.u'tcr an.l I" Herald Ihibli dujr- Oii.'ii lor furllit-r in !K. Hforo Uie coiamiluv o. Slid Toionlo, I O.c I'-jlii- millet i.'i leaving cJ tins n.nrji'i.i.', Urn. tout's cf the, nhu l.ii'l ll.c j V. J. llauu and J'r'-iiii.T i mail ,M.. _ al.suprc-l li.c w.'Miws is- ]il-e ju kls fnJ. 1; [.in: our u. ir liet-ro 1114 L; c'oun Is a 'flu- I ksri i uK- Isas ihe .in-1 J It 1u i.o -A a. i a Ihe curnt'iitlu1 la bill poiut Hank rclusit! lo laU- of Sco.cll.lrifll .lo Iveslisa'ioa to I- to the attion o' On; :t.....r .-t-il i irohl .111 alilhiillK I tlijt al a i .rjl.iig lu bij llll> Ulli bc K. f.. mm-Jtr fjr lluro-j the llUKk al j jn put ioah ,l.c rcniui.ttie ts ibors Uisl it fo- t'tcMii Lo to i-i n-.f lir H- -in U lo'jiii for 'h'-ci'i-cii of in In Ins si -.i.ri-M.l in d r o Ih U imir.cduuU frll foul ,i The ir.priiliT1 In haiv the' liltus sup- roon iu pro .vriised. Jubt nhat has ghon lfsl'. >f ,u ,he I..C in fnr.c ll.c only a'.s 'MIC "mM Vas l" lo "T- r il.i- 3b ihe v'0riy. has tiie Uc.l :-.l. liii'lnbcis. .ap: ''3iB (o L'e sure- of !ii.- I'rovilfoot ;i r.-lit'i I '.Vllllam Prouflfco; o" a -ter. The ordivrtry iy t) 'it iie is It lei1-; Mr I1 HIP itf.isi .1 Ininlci. 'Ilnv kr.ow 1-..U- Eii.ulo i.u :n tVL-Ji.'iL; "i'rnv, and ihcy kt.ov; n ir.-i L yt 1'i-ir ov.ji r.UEntrr on u'l.o ri t.t- Necessary to Take Prompt Ac- llir votk r 'I T txi is to lion in Connection with Home li'" Re-Union Scheme v, j-, in 111 11. and nj- i ijlc-'.'.ptl thildttn, nr.d alLn iilni censor. n il f from ll.f 'last Mdii'i.r. n.nrn.HL: f-nly tic hori uf tin' nuir.ul ai.'i a irw nl tbf of o'fu lalb uhcrc lip v as llie house and retire IK J into A fl :inyht c-f his ;ll111 r ''ial W ilarl- j of IKS IMP, uvrp life Hul iho i" I "ju-1' mind" It :s EJiil lint a i.ian s I rniui.i! fihl.un justice nrd fair iijg Kill be belli in ll'.e Hoaid ot Trade building in "all K.irilt-r.s. ALL RAIL AND BOA IS POSSIBLE It tair.p ti> cr.c of Ihe nicrn (l.e (oiincil, anil is purported r a letter irma one of thn ihreclors f the ilcl'uuit railiva; Ji stateil that Ibis toad uas r.ul RULES DECISION OF THE CANADIAN BOARD UNDER HIGH PROTECTION Ktlii.cir.tun, Mi> I opening ui what it ifioulil have been ami I hat .Nf.rtL.rri railuav tn Alh.i- Cat.taln Haiviroo f.u.l to ste the ilcne the c .a'liu.a.ioa ri.ttlht.1 Hv h( coilil c'ain1 o' tlie lioxal An Iniportint Meetin l.OMiiun. M.ii- K In bin '.Vrrc t.o rea- tu I'Oi.cic tin I Mir.rp re-iWERE NO DISTUHBANCES v, ill Ijf s.-ciirrd thiM nn Mor.-I PARIS, LEADERS The ilin-r'ins simic of1 iinuerd are .it the lo'.toai c.i Jhe ilrr.flVtj: not fcr n r.uroicat, dijtlnmxy is HP an '--for OU'tl htc.icli tlun .T ml-'mi v loli.tiira lo llir lirohlr.-.. V.' l.> thp sil'iatton Is fiat the ariMi.i 'rnin Kiny rpcalcilr.inii ate OD- i.it1! .1 iJbi'irion tlut .1'hlirr I.ictnt is fl.i. lii'ii to Crfj if'.e mil tif ]il.ic ft.r (lie ir.nio ninr.tli Uisl >rnr F'nr llic frst VANCOUVER V. W. C. A. CAUGHT FIRE BUT FORTUNATELY LOSS VMS SLIGHT Vancouver, H. Mas' unlr in llicir t.idit clr.llics or.r hundrcrl vumia ul.o n in Ihc V. K. c. A. on nu niuir >itrrrt ilmrllj ail T rt.r n'd t'ns ncre to ih-. slrrel hy and a (rnud of toiero.l (lit- tin Minu 1n-pireil h> the faet proirmttrs liflle use for .Mr. Kur In.c uns there iM'i 1 1'.-ii r..., tr.t: .i1 r. 'Til, a'n! r. .ru, a'.u inn op. nv.u.i .o Itn r-ilwai ,.1C put i a a daily .1 trains, m He i1.-.! ij'i- hr b'-'i'l 'tr llirV1l-o a'-d P tl.p t'fur I'ra'l 111; Cn. make toirrrn., i.r s .1, iic.i in.; fiprcely, the rjl Uj a .If-lcclnc- 1 -ar le ll.-H tl.p lit rr. Thru h rf r IP 'I lir is nlm'il tv.fnty- Uf l-r trrn K, e.Mh rrsr Olvnc _. .r _ ..r .1. sfr ]j v.ilh v.lirrli t v.ln ]i M rnrn s u th r.'snor.iinl (-1 In p-.p i rp b .u, ttV in.ii, ,'U. Ic. tr.iti kr tl Ki[ lo jrc'irp the li.ilil of tl.p ll-al vonld ,n 'is -o'al! -1-----'------------- m nf (lif n'! I.itl April .ini.iiint ttf.s !l i. ari (if ]1CT Ifllt. G.I.P. 10 liSIEL AT ijsrc JJay The rontracl for" the errttijn o; .Jit1 i-plcndirl new hotel d the Gr.inrj T-uiik rnclfir in the t'.. C. r i nf Tlrrlna lit'.r. let. ?Iortc> Depity Minister of Agri- 1 ucc-prtfklcnt and gcnciat cullurc, v.ho I-.E Of.trrlo'p rcprc- rutiirndl [roni Monlrccd to to sC'V, ml .of -l-e nas ll.oCO. ONE HUNDRED M] SUPPB 111 LI H B, m m io mm PRESBYTERY MUT YESTERDAY AND APPROVED OF Hli LEAVING KOELE CHARGf. BAKo CLOSED Trir pjrly svill then v.pil Europe ?nd I fiiudy (cr s afu-T'i-'on iu tlieir of Ihc voting fna Yi ir. v piper. 'The In of ne.irly JOO haw IhrGaS.-imi cf tut Or.lnrio 10 'heir slmttors v'sH The r ron-jlJled of oiriit fll irldni-M jilphl. thr- iron; (ontiinint: ono Ttic It-Mitranrc fo.cco jirc- Ilif ni Ir-ryc Micl !i> M.i> i'i-'J v; Mufl H fuSL-ii ric-1 more Ijc j TO iliu and a no j tew Fi'lliny il cn ihp strccia. Tin Cf flT. n- tii l.r.G n ,o: Elmi- eicr, the rrcvnl iro'iblcs Imve him, but H is uiulprslouil that IIP uill i'urnrdiatcly uitli his fannlj ar.'l si-odd inslallpd here [he niiiiillr ot Mav. VESSELS COLLIDE: FOUR DROWNED crt'w of tue fteainor, Floni, wore drowrcO. when (hit r t-1 tci.lay. after a hoie with tlic UrltLsb slcainw, MOZ.ITL, MISS ETHLL HEYDON Reporter on the Calgary Albcrtan sncl iormcr city ed.tor of Ihe St Thfimas Journal. She successfully heckled R. B. Gor.nelt. M, P., a( a re cent canfalgn meeting and chrcom filed that (jenilemnn to an extreme dc grec. Miss Hcydon hss AttaincJ some rep'itallcn 53 a fire 'ighter too. A the cor-fUrjat'e-n destroyed the Alberta !nc other day, the slstcd greatfy In s.ilyatfon of val effects. ALBERTA FARMERS IN SIBERIA WILL HAVE TO REMAIN THERE l.oivJou. I 15 biti.icht before [ho guvtrmni'iil y of three forratrly JiiiJ-slans, on TC- to v.df Ftni to Si- beria for irih'ar} 'Ihe reply Co lEovi- tut IE to the tlfccl ttat the govern- ment has no Ir.torjiiatLon, hut that it could not claim li protect Russia n the consenuenceii of a trench of ths> h Tjcen In f'aoada or live The pii-'ouirs had taken up lanJ ID ;