Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
,1913 THE T.ETII BRIDGE DAILY HERALD IK Smart Stylw, SuiUbU For Every Outdoor OCUMO Warm Talk In' Commons Over. Deterioration of the'N.T.R. Tfieks Ottawa, May the aouw to- day eonsidcratloa ot as- oropnatbu for the National Trans- railway' resumed. I Mr. tnat the reason lor posed. said that the changes were intended to efiect a saimg, but he minister did rot' bale figuifs at to show thut- tbe esunj vould e. Jam Ail ins Mr. Aikiit said the uifnibtr lor ,'arleton sneered at the government because it maVra he becauss late government did not1 care tor tbe e c a desire to fault in order to Jos- tiir fvwose ol the commission ol iafluiry appointed by the meat to reduce to sonic eitfnt tUc brlglnal co.t. Mr. Ames, hf Bald in Aiiius delendcd tbe Ihe grades, that HUSBAND TO TEST WIFE'S FAITH FULNESS, SET FIRE TO HER 'CLOTHES Man. May Annie Zahrvnuk, a GaUUan votaan. here this morning as tlic ol tho test ot faitMaln-.-s conducted her husband, Side las laattrn, mm HE THREE PHASES OF DISEASE TIME Paris, May The. latest claim ttal tuberculoils citi be cured is put foni'arc4 In a look pobliiied entitled "IJ Tuberculoslp by Doctor llurd, a member of ibe faculty. Dr. Kurd lays in he ias abandoned 8 treatramt of the SCOWS'! eomP101 treatment to whkh he tlren tbe name loy cine. This treatment Is constituted by the three preparations 'lv'Xot distinct and aepar o 2 Nor Tin No. 3 Nor r.plic.8 failed to laud ImuselMn tl Kith bis and uneic ke BOW proposed (wltV the pick and shovel. Tie com- uilsiioo appointed, by. tbe govern: ment; Mr: Cnrvtll'jaM, had done-a itt'e cheese paring hero and thtie to tatir existence In the case "ol severnl contracts afttr going over the ubrk the number ot times ilKj' able to pr: igiiial classifications to the extent ol single Wat. Mr. Carrcll claimed that the chseso paring had been done by "stealing" IrODi the sub-contractors. Mr. Cochrane replied that none o the contrattors. or sub-contractw haii em come to'him and he though I that it the; had any grievances .thej have made'diuct complaint o the minister., The uholc matte aa in the .hands ol the chiel engi Hr. Carvell': "I will tell him hi De-nan comrousion woa't taVe the dfiw oi the chid engineer, the min ster docs not know .what is going o n this one man H oes not know the depth The chief engineer's reprfsen ations are only, taieV please him." Mr. Cartell continuing, said thi district C. there was a quarr theie has not bcfn a railway con- structed is t'aiiad.i without momen- tum grades. The Ks-Mmiitfr lion Cicu. r. (iJthani in repl) said that tbe introdwliou of inenientuui grades uu a roiJ uas planned level, a promise made to the ot-C.-inada .and an agreement e Canadian and the night. Jo t trainKnt, So! 6 the otker tie pre- Feed irwt quDUtlei; sec Wutcr (separation actln Xo. 1 .........'......iloalj iaclllt and thel 2 .............wsthen'lng the phaboc> Xn. >v t preparation acl Xo. 'v.e in.nai "tl 'rases No. 'I C. W..... No. 3 C. tt..... Ex.-Xp- 1 Feed Acting, 'I ls 't. I1, had Lc-jn violated, Mr. Aik- all uronj in saying that ]is matter was none ci file busi- ess pi parliament, this railway ould 'belong to toe. people o! Can-' da and not lo tho Clrjr.O Trunk. F. II. "Canell s.iid the minitlrr had ce'n deceived' by Inb He ouli3 advise him lo get rid of the itn ivbo had been drtoinng him. "The Chiel suggested Ir. 'Cochrane. "No'.. Mr. tlordon if all ight but 1 u-ill give him the name at an eng'ipecr lie should gel rid ol. its name is is the only nan they co'JM get to anything and he lias done all this cbetse par ng.'.' consent, he saturated -.life's clctb ing with coal oil, anJ ir.cu touched a. lighted match to It, In the Lwhc-r tl.a it she Uuioccut the o'l re- fute.to burn. The ur rlbly bumed and juccumbitl In tb hospital tome hours later. Zahrj nui is also In the sultcria from minor burns sustained In c-n deavorlng to eitiosu'fh the flame rhlch surrounded his and probably tie charge'! am m TELEPHONY IMPROVING Berlin, A retort in telephony has been estab- lished In the Anulwu statlou An op- erator there read llio ne-ASinuers aloud for hilt an hoar. Ms be. ing' heard distinctly at a series of NOT TO MAKE A RACIAL ISSUE OF THE EMiROQLIO WITH CALIFORNIA m'Iou, .Vay 5'J eJilurial on the Calitornta situation the Stacdird arises Jajan to deal ri-lth ibe yies- tlou as a purely liusltcii matter rath- er than to ot of- fended racial and axtioiwl prlle. As Ihe illk-j o( Japan, amt tie urm ol the I'oittd Siales, the Brit- ish people would dev'in it a "mUfor. tune of tho first magnitude H Ihe ue- Edisllons left behind Jeellnga of eliasr .side. The'Standard urocwtli tu show thu the occidental vorld Is Interfiled In the Urger asptels ot the quciCoi'is raised by the California land law. In I. C. no Icss'-than the'L'Dlted Slatea, tho fueling against the settlement of Japanese and Chinese is strong. The. has its the subject. Most Inviting at all times is a cup of Delicious TEA. That Is on account of its inhe- rent goodness of Quality. Ki Only. Blatk. Green aad Mixed. UN mm democracy Tory decided tiewj cren If the danger cf a Japanese in- vasion Is not grfat. Hut. the adds, tha precedent o( unrestricted td stations dlsUncc 375 to" miles, Including Vienna. Major W. H. "Mactce, Quartermaster ot 'the-' Hth Regiment. Kingston. presented with Ihe long service be d should Japanese talk. o! the California aultv'.a as au Insult to their nltlon. The Japanese if they have undergone a fell-Examination must be conscious that "race felinij plus no small In tlrir own at tlluik- toward a foreigner." BELGIUM'S ARMY Mas p.isa yesterday the anay bill ralslus the strenglh ot the army Irom prlvllege bceouse a Chinese U a most-MO to 55.WO. and llw --------''frooi 1SO.OM to 34MKW. Of latltr ISO.ICD are intended Jor the ami 100.000 fcr the (ietence of JJcse and Natnuir. ETCTJ- Dels orer 13 years ol age lo effteleut machldi and baa learned throil6h a grimy ilruKgli for existence Hislnmm. Eti-i conllcues the- paper, "sbould-be'bome In' mind calk-d to arms.- CHANGED CONDITIONS IN CAN- ADA BENEFIT THE UNITED STATES MANUFACTURER Jvondou. May Bath- house attention to depressing coadltfoa of the anti- dumping law upon the British tlo [jljtc. with benefit to. tbe American tin plate manufacturers. In IMC' Mr. BitDurst slid tons were iiopcrtcd into Canada from [Great Britain, nMe as a result or the lau- only tons were Import. lait >car. While. In 19W. hovrt-vcr, he Stitea had-exported only IJDOO ions o Can- ada ro. gueiUoa of. the application ol_ the'anti-domplns-clause special in the case of articles made In Canada. la nothing -1-have merely tak- to' three priacipal aid attacked each at the tame 'time! mjitake made hith- erto waa to irwflhe tingle nant never all Ihe It once." if Dr. loyciai.f ftl impjdlately tutef by the dotiors.of and .other, coun- Engineer Balcolm aoi been dismltK-d because he relused chaage his'specifications lo pit; Mr. Gulclius. The minlrter [tying to g'e't sn engineer to accept Ihese specifications _apd he was leg his troshles f Mr: Cochrane replied-that Mrv-Car- vell did not know be i'at talk- ing about. He proceeding lo explain, but Mr. Camll said he could make speech alterwards and refuted to let him continue. Tbe member lor Carle- ion 'read a liat o! engineers irqtji the district eogineers'6 departrnea.t.'Vrho sent a document their claBSlBcatioa beiflk .-.ia ,-ifh. Mr. Carrell proceeded Vaid nwilfed the ,iuw ji'HOS, rtlch he declared had Come to coining is did also inveisllgatlons that followed. '.'There-Is w> man': whoi.it and to iliscuss lection Itodjia's charges o ami disheartened "over "MNNEI WR.-LgMIEUX WANTS TO KNOW OF- Mar" In the Common i toiar rirhen Mr. Umftui arted 'the this hul been Innei by the Ireaaury board avithorlilnf the tranifer of tbe Mieta and llahllltlei of LJa 'Baii'iue" Internationale du Can Hme Bank. Hon. W. T White jwadW that .the Information bf brought dafn before the en4 el to ,hiag as said Mr. Carrel 1. Mr. tW .rWori-.ol .tlw quTir'r'Inlo'K. 'afa: yet ddVa.'' ke ,dU cussing tacts'.5 's-.1 Mr.-gCochrane toU.Ihe mrrnher (o Cafletoc that tbi'.'end .ol Ih stssion ta would hive figures read to show tbe eftlmated saving" as result ot chaages in. grades. Sir WlllrM'i'Viw..' Sir Wlllrid' La'urier' sai'd thai th .ligical idea that the. N'atbni Ttanseontlsental ibould be'a levi road acrou UM continent, it cou not he contended, that the1 road niomcntnin gradei "high of ttf'NWkm. .IB reply to Mr, it noi the (nlfntlon ol the government to eauKc of the cloiin up at Bawiw IntcrnaUonaie dn Canada. he Mild, ha rxn.ricttrW from tHc French share- holders. A Sale that w the prices on Remarkable ,a'-" ?i i before droppecl quite, so low. i fine diamonds Jewell s of.raife and beauty. I T 1; It offers unusual opportunines tci-'Sie wishes to her-table Silver, cut-glass or decorative silver.' Uivusual the lady.ior who wishes to purchase .arwatch or jewelry, Necessity s Price. ;FRICES character there fea4.been-.no explan- ation given n hen lite ettimatts vere brought down ol Ine'changei' had been made or what -'was' 'CAUSE HAVOC Wil, Mar mar run as'high li J2M.OCO dotie in Sujerfor early thin mom- Ing by' a rainfall -rhlch cauffd tlrtuntf1 to'., overflow their binkf aad dwtrox pioptrl; In their patb. Tke freight termhal Vud4taM the IriOa were .carrltd awor, frtfghl cam orerliiTiied, nnrt nathlne ihopt Itoo'dcd and the entire M ana tf afcr'fr tqitre'inlle, _ Most people would be occa- br tke whh.h Ihe bioou MIU 'vrlilitj. a box, il FIRMS SELL OUT-OB EAT WHEAT m AUTO I TROUBLE W.rntr, 39. John .-MM brought in a sample o( sowed early in August, which Irom present indicaliotis nill yield a reo ord crop. The sample Is folly 16 in chfs high, and is Ihicklf stooled and rerf strong. Butlneei ctangcs ol importanc fiaie occurred here within the pas ha.'i .loriierlf uMarilail' an4 McNeil, "and .the harness business and'Uiai has that 3S is picking 'uft'Jvn 'most of it IB bssls, Vhich ptofjablft wdttnue till a crop practically i Orany Rros'.' aiflo tiucV niet wili disaster nhilc making a trip cast with a load. .A. of grading ihrough a slough had-ttcomc tinder- by the action of and the edge o! Ike ID, turning the (ruck over inlo the ler. The load dsmagedj but Iht truck was taken out and en its rar. Cuff Links 65C Gent's Watches Gent's 818 Indies'. Watches .S30 Ladies' G. J.' Witches 112 .Gent's gold-fijled Wn'lclies Gent's Watches 60.50 Gut .Glnss Gre'nm Suguv S2.95 S7.0Q out aiiiss Bowl.........52.95 Maiitlo -S50.00- Sil vionvavciitml On 11 cry Alarni 356 Big SOIL Alarnis SO Diamond Riii'br.......- 16.00 Oillotto Haxor .1. 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