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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. 'May 2 THE LETJIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 The Suniiur.e has vhieh jr.aVe il by far the best Ui in- stall. Our will pleased to ex- plain, them, or write for Furnace Dust in Your Home. You will have no fur- nace dust in your home if you have aSunshirie Furnace. A special dust flue prevents this en- tirely, by carrying all dust up the smoke pipe. ASKEO GOVERNMENT TO SUPPLY MEANS OF FIGHTING THE CUTWORM SUFFERERS BEING WELL Furnace St. John. N.B. London Toronto -Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Hamilton Calxac? Swkatgcn Edmonton !u the discussion of the estimates the JKiJ-iriuiei'.t of Mi'. ,icvianan said: 'Ihe .mi al Lcibbiidge has proved lo Ue great 10 the U has eeu fditl thai canr.ot giou fruit u the prairies, b'Ji at Hie experi- mental fjnn ai they are rouIng nearly all the smalt fruits llh Troes also cen successfully and, speak the farm lus been of value to tbe people in that L cl the toumry, I wouid tbe minister that in order 10 en- ourage mixed fai mtug in southern tibuila, he shonSiI attempt lo place onie OIL ihe tdrm at >rldge, iu view uf tbe fact hat on the Irrigated land the people T AND MOUSE BILL IS DE- NOUNCED AS OF THE NATION IAS not realized, to jmt it colloti y, tftal 'there arc not enough, men I rourd "lly this nppjllhij; ignoraijce 'gllgeaci1. it has" indued and coarasfd a stale of tyranny and istancc which IB n disgrace 'to hot England Englishmen. "Ihls league, which-bas a memue elilp of aoDiit three hundred, thc leading in England's ters It is neither militant nor ami tint Is absolutely neutral." London, May 2G Women of Ihe suffragette league hate prepared1 two Idlers, one to thc King and Queen, and the other to llie press, dc- i.our.clng the attitude of parliament to.vards suffrage, and parliiularly the t at and inause" bill. The letter addressed (o the mon- nrc'ns rends. In part: Wo humbly point out that this ac is univcrlhv of your Majcstyfs Houses of Parliament. It is oral and Ineffect- because It legalizes slow tc.-mre for minor offonrcp, and inef- fectual because thc ill-health which be Induced b> -the first install- of thai ilovi torture and "which iolog to Increase with each fresh otailment, must inevitably present I.LC lasL fall, and a new uul u-isj rdered, on the of -the I ol improper evidence at. the j '.UAJ. ,-t-d, RAILWAY COMMISSION GRANTS APPLICATION FOR CROSSING BEFORE CAL, GARY SITTING Beach, Cal, May the gloom that overshadows the Can- adian colony of southern California comes an Interview of from C White Mortimer. Uiit.sli debate m ii.e setiatf a afu-ir.4.yu Mr- tl.e leader, of an Lour .is-J a snon-l [fading r.l lull lie led loi.tluded. Sir ijCt KO-.X, tic 1. leader, tie aiJiyuri-n-enl o! tU1 de- re Boning hay. have been sotr-e of the farmers in lsa> lo stock, nd they Iiase found alfalfa to ue t-s- variable. If lests were made y the Government at llic al farm it nould he n help lo thc farm- ers in that regard I think it is the custom lo place live on tome of the Uominion farms, and would suggest to the minister that be do this at also like lo direct the at- tention of the minister to the matter of the peit hnoun us. the cut norm, v.hlch has destroyed very mau> thous- ands of acres of crops in southern Al- berta during the last few years. I can commend the Deppriment of Ag- riculture, imdcr the present minister, for Latins sent an expert to that imi of> LO investigate the mat- ter, but 1 find that where the investi- consul at Aiigelcs. Mr orluer with Ij- Vouog, cLaun_an of the! Day celebration, fatigablo in his efforts for the rtllel of the sufferers. TJic made a round of the hospiuls and prliate residences where tty are being cared for, in tTons to formulate a definite p'an [or work. Mr. Mortimer's to Britishers and especbll> is uier trial. TI.e trial touk jilaic today ai KdmcmUni tc-foie Chief Justice Harvey ami a he found and bcntenccd to nllcen itr-i The :s the ei- .ordinar) history of a case which s occupied tf.e attention ol tLc'M urinal courts ol Alberta for snmejlus luai.-ui gators have found cutworms, they llcrlin. May sreneE were! agnin yesterday during the celebration 'of Princess Vic tor Eft J.ouhe'5 bridal ctreinonles. The pcr strikes for five days bui'of two cstlinale erring on ihe side of the the end ol months thc still he jilaylng uiili the 'mouse.' At lo prestige and pocket of your government, it is fcr that KQI'oriinient to say. "Tbtreloio, please jour .Ma- we hum by entreat that this ntt be removed front the statute ThU document Is signed by Flora Anna Slecf. the president of the, Ica- pyc. and the other officers. Thc letlcr to the press is signed by thc same persons, and is, In as the undersigned women of (he ;jnd press, who stand shoulder lo shoulder with men in art nnd litera- ture, without or animosity, v.ho shire witli men the jileaiiiro and pr'.js of thf p'rofoF-'lon, hereby asserl nnd maintatTi the present attitude o! rebellion, anarchy and defiance r.iany otherwise law-abldicg uomen have adopted against the government Is due to the lack of straight dealinj ond the almost Inconceivable blunrt crings of the government. "It bas failed to see (hat thi "TVhole condition of women is difler cnl in tills country lo what It rltng presents were on exhibition at Ine inuEeuin" of arts and to see the dress of Suoteam" took ladies and' incuJfs'tW who lit- erally tore the sov.ns from one an- haclis. TolEce reserves had to ie called to restore ordeY after chaos ;ad icfgncd for upwards of an hour. The- crowd was almost as big as that vhich filled the Voter Den Linden for Saturday's nuptial parade. Hat" pine, finger nails, teeth .anil parasols wore liEcrt as weapons of warfare by refined women under the sttess of feminine curiosity. The of the museum nas appalled. Thc management callo'i the police. When they arrived they had lo clear the building befCTO they could Ois- perFo tnc combatants. The worst offenders were employees of Ilia faihlonRlilc mod Is tee. Thc CVIJOEI- tionf which was the Kaiser's idea, closes tomorrow afternoon and the modistes aro eager to get idras in the bridal frocks and lingerie of the Kaiser's daughter. The English King And Queen remain In Geimany a longer. have recommended a treatment which Is rather expensive., and some of the homesteaders who. lo.H crops dm ing the last two or three years by reason of the operations of this pe-st, are not in a position "to'go to the ex- pense of using this treatment. it not be possible to provide this treatment, which I understand is com- of bran and iiaris green, to the homesteaders? It is rather expensive n itc application, but if the em- inent could either proude the triat- ment, or advance to the ers ihe money for its p-jrchase in or- der to enable them to rid themselves of this pest, 'I am sure that their ac- tion would be 'greatiyapprcciated. I am sure that the lion, minister the difficulty espprlenced by the tar- mors in this and that many crops have been destroyed in thc past, few years by reason of this pest. as follows: '.'Although Ihe days i.rr days of moutnlng for..the (Olony of southern California, is some gcod cheer lehiad it all and Americans stood shoulder to shoulder la this awful cala-mt; and demonstrated again that are really brothers. Tie Hoe doun between BrlHshcrs Thousands of hands out to help. Women ar vrtll as men uere rushins about offeritLg their service to aid those flho were iu need Tbe Empire Day without this auful disaster would Ime been thc greatest celebration o! HritisVers ever held on the Pacific- coast. Biit ithers', especially Canadians, hail work ed for weeks to make a red letter day and then'cauio t'ie fatal ity." "Mj message to (Janadlana wj relatives and friends ne Buffering from the effects of the accident is iha 'they are in the best o! cor.diiion ant everything in She wa> of money anf comforts will them by tbi Dritishera and Canadians alike." The coroner's jury returned a diet ascMbvnS the ".col lapse of ih etand to vibration. Today C-'ieen M i.'th bitlli- day. She celehratctl it jiarlly in Her lln and partly at >.'eu At the acliloss Kmperor and Augusta Victoria offered their congratulations and gifts at the f.-mily luncheon. GOVERNMENT BENT. ON GIVING COUNTRY PEDAGOGUES AtL LATEST ADVANTAGES nslilerahle tijr.e- The ptisuner is irl C. I'aul, of Hince, Algeria, icre the oflenses corn- Ued. Paul, when he was sentenced the Uehe terra twoyeais o, scut, up al the same tune r horse stealing, thc to n concurrently uith the other. The rj ditl not tate veri long to con- der their icrdict toddy and pri- tier icslcad of escaping scot free or us; a retlurfd actujlly ceiled an ictrcaseil sentence by ree icais. The mother uf the who was nmcd by the niEOiier for uhat ok place, lias since committed sni- de, and the chief justue no doubt this fact into consideration in jssing sentence. L- F- dairy'and K U. (he crown ai-d A. ailue defcnilfd. The- crown ei'pend- i a good sum ol money iu com.i-c- ou the case, Ihreii oming to Kdmonton from Illinois to ive evidence at the retrial. laic .u.'1 btit-rtlv tl 11 >if Li.tiL toir.virrow. T as coinjuratiieU ht( le in- toirst !ti i tit proceed Hies ll-e in the Leing Leer. prepared acil lit lurt he stuck lo npl. lie said tint the bill id to cieei JIL aiiii its i.iam had 1 'sdorhi-d by people at the elei-Uo'i Uoucheod itmtcnilEd .bat the Lauiicr naval polity' were nadequate and hr.d the Ubcrah bcrn returned to power the> would ict'ti to enlarge upon them. lc maintained that theie is a real cmetgcnt> ami thit Canjrfiat.s should not unit iu act until Britain and Germany arc actually at war. He leaned somewhat to (lie opinion that a fleet wouhi be better for the (rsipiie than the l.aurier pro- for a Canaiiian Mr. piE ilubrd a stroag aP" ppAl to 1l'p rne-mhcrs ol ihe upper hnute lo the bill, lie described the measure ys being more than Can- adian. H was an imperial matter, he It is probable that thr dchaie the upper liuiisc will ;n of the week ;is itifitnation has CalE-iry. May 2n. Jteciprocal de- was ihe principal item before the brief Ft'EEioa of ilio Hallway Coni- ion today. Socreiary Wilson of the local board of uade appeared be- fore the t'ommiEsioa and urged action in connection ssUh the sched- ule of rales advocated by the peg board of trade The {ommissiou granted the appli- cation of the Leihbridge city council for a at 2lst street. A complaint from tlit officials oC the Vnited Farmers of Alberta that, thtre was not faufUcleul fire oa ihe Canadian Northern between Jlanoa and Siraihmore, waa received. 'Ihe was until June 30 lo complete the work. Tie application of the Grand Trunk to cenahi streets in Calgary, hold over. The board decided adxereely on iho application of for an exten- been of exact nature amendments or resolution Liberals propose to mote. ANUCKS WON THE WELLINGTON CUP London, May 26.--Thc Canadian nciets won the Duke of Wellington's up and gold medals for rapid tirmg, eing eighteen points ahead of thc vil service. In the two other match- s Canada beaten by Lord Hob- rts1 hoys. Sir Charles WaUdfielfl a luncheon at ihe Guild Hall on Sat- urday to tha.ten cadets from Canada. sion of the free delhery zone, NELSON BflAKEMA'N Nelson, Ma> U'. a hrakeman of Nelson, was run over acd killed this morning at Capreu, He fell from the pilot of an engine and his bead Ha.s seiered from his body. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEALS London, .May appeals from Canada will he heard by the J'rivy Council in June and July. Thc Canadian Pacific Railway is party in three appeals. Tue lawyers here say that tLc existing machinery of the council Is being strained to thc utmost and fresh judicial strength ought tol he obtained without de-lay. WE SELL DUNLOP TIRES Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 Sth St. S. w YOU can buy comfort and conven- ience for LESS than you must pay for more troublesome conking and water heating appliances, you arc.neglecting-your in- terests if you'fail to examine our. supply of Kangcs nnd other1 Kitchen utensils. Whether you intend to move or stay where you are, it clean, healthful, economical kitchen is a necessity. Kcally mortem homes have such stoves and must have or thrre v.-ould ba so many o.f them. Conic and see. Natural Gas Company J'JIONE J510 Edmonton, Mr.y tumracr school for teacherE, including'courses in nature study, elementary agricul- ture, art, manual training, training and domestic science will he held from .luly 7 to August S al the Alberta University. The governors of the tmUtrsity granted the use of the dormitories and a portion of be university grounds will he set ipart for school gardening purposes. The course? ore Intended especially or country teachers, and the Depart- ment of Education 'will pay transport- lion, rchble hoard and room uttl cost each teacher only week. This is Ihe ffrst summer school for which haa been organlrcdi west Toronto, and It indicates the nteritlons of thc Department 01 Kil- ucation to tackle the problem of the training of tlie.leathers who have al- ready obtained a certificate, Hon. J. H. Minister of Edu- cation, is anxious that lltn country (cachera should have the opjior. timlly of keeping nbreabt of education- development and methods na are eiijoyert by the teachers in the town nnd city schools, The course be under Ihe di- rection of Dr. .1. C. Miller, principal of Normal School. CHINESE GENERAL MET TRAGIC DEATH Shanghai. May Hsu Pao San uas killed by a bomb yester- day opening a bov in the belief that It container] jiorcelfiln, of w-htcb ne nn ardent collector. He hfid pent for ft r'ece of porcelain and when tho box fce attempted to pry oren the cover, and a terrific explo- sion lesuHed, and he hurled v.ith force to Ihe oposllo end of Ihe room, and Instantly killed. A ser- HAVE BECOME ACCUSTOMED T HIS WAYS AND ARE WARM ING UP Berlin, May capital has b gun lo resume thc normal jos trot yesterday's existence, but ycsterda the fcdtisc spirit sdll reigrtcrt, thour in nuicter mcod thau during the e citing week which ushered in the perial wedding The Kateer and family v early at Uic Sui'daj service in I chapel of the lierlin King George and Queen Mary attended the service at thc Eugllah clinrch. Trince lirneAt ar.rl his bride remain- ed nitn thf hunting lodge at Jluber- a few roilea north of Ihe city, except for a brief hour in thc afternoon, Tihcn they drove out alone. No attempt was mate to trespass on the privacy of the young people. The Czar IB back in his own do- mains. His army of secret police at- tended him in his bomb proof train. The Universal jubilation has demon- strated the personal love of all Ger- mans for the person of their This universal family interest was not lessened hy the presence at the Schloss of foreign emperors and prin ces, the most powerful sovereigns in anS the K the Kaisers' guests. Their visit merely sericd to emphasize thc Importance of Lho occasion. Berlin has KOt used to the ways ol King mid Hie coolness -nilh i he was at first received, Is now on the eve of his departure, giving place to warmfh and unstinted respect Surveying the events tliat has itnd within Ilic last six daya. the is'ord Zcltung sftys: "The slmiiltancciis presence of the King of Kngto'J'l llic sia and iheir iritfiniiy lulerirtlfl with the KatFor, nitboiigh the motive wasj not of ,1 cVaracler, are where Inlerpreled. being Btiolher re-; miirKable siffii that Knropc can CTpect' ji further and clefiring of the sitmtton tn the cast Hiid will as one to have the! preliminiricg of peace al early dale." The Tire Which Never Did Rim-cut and Gives You Greatest Air Capacity D u n io p Traction {j[ Here's a tire that cannot be duplicated in Canada. tj It's made in the only successful way lo make an anti-skid building the skid-resisting tread into the tire instead of sticking it on. fj All othei made-in-Canada anti-skid tirev except Dunlop Traction Tread have stuck-on treads. That's why the tread loosens. was nlsft Instantly killed, general wa< known "Tiger" Tlic lltii. and wai 'n Klrong siifporler of Prejl- Arnl Yuan Snl KoL TO IMPROVE THE CITY Kamloops. n.C.. JIny by- lass aggregating JISO.OOO were car- ried In Karaloops yesterday by large majorities Is !o extern! and Improsc the waterworks, (o estend the electric light sx-lcm, r.r.rl for the hydroelectric power on the Barrlere rjver abo'jt 40 north of tlie city. These by-laws passing with such handsome majorities show tbe pro- suiril of thp ritv.