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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TffE LJBJ-tfiiRIt>GE DAILY HEBALt>^ Page qP/Kt-E young: JL men of Canada have helped us tdJbuiliJ up the p:a:>^tige of FitTReform. return, we have created styles which we are proud to offer-^ahd they are proud to wear. KE MINISTHy, LIKE Another Fine Contribution^ to' Naval Debate by the Brainy, Alberta Orator 753 McKelvie dc, M^Guire California Attempts to Curb Their- Activities-President , to" btervene Has .iBeen in - Publrcr Eye in France for the Past 40. Years Waahingtou, AprU Prfesldent ,Wllapn yesterday "iougUt to avert a . 1 diplom'atio,taiigle''wlth!japfka over the hill pending la the California legia-lature,* tWugh whloh Jtipanes* would I he px^ven^ irom oVaingi properly , 'in th^t state.'-^."ibe'JapaJiOBe gavefn-,mettt^haa"iflled' formal pi^otest^ with - the"^ stale idVp^rtmeJit against whatjiij conslclered a-prop'osed infringemdnt of ' treaty dbUgJ-tionB. '' E , { The iPreslijent conferred with Hrat ged^etaxy.IiaiiB'of the state- depart- Ii^^- ment, -vifho'-fi'aUs from CallfcTnia, add ^atfer-Tvitii S^&'tor .Worlcu and Rfti^rei' ' sentatlye �VfjUllam K�nt of that 'a\fle, ,4' None jvould'dl'scuSB the President's ti-f'.attitude, tiut it Is .believed-lie took, ooctWIoq,' Injtormally.'tOi odmmiml&te^* �-?^ 'his vWws to tlie"Oallfornla,leKislatora.^; f Tb.e PripldGnt'is if ported .^as heUev-'\'flnk tlittt,'i;.axi.ti-41l6n-legI�lRtIoii 1� aii \''^ces?�Syj>lt'&iouirW';to apply to�at|t '^.'allerii'without, (diflcrlmiiiatlon., ,�luoh, '."a, WU,"whIle'itf might eliminate'ftl|i ^c?idaV f^r Japanese^ protest.v' would ^ii&v^tOT theccgurt's; ll'Ia pointed,ouf} 'J ' heee, t^e" question of ita oonstitit >;\iWuty4'wlth6ut'-lovolvinfe �iny. tm Wassthe, , M. Constana was in, his 80th ,yBar. |*For;tie la^^-48 y^frs Ti Am' been a conspicuous figure in^'lTreuqh DuiJMc life.' He became aS^ la-^jyec'^phdj was pi-ofeBBor bf Romeii, l�w. at "poulouBe wheo tUfe qommune broke out in 1871, He induced the ^ir'ta}ceai'po]Bs_e3-flion, of "the' cajj'ital,J'andi wheiiffive minutes "TtieVe Tef^' to^.thein tbi^rfiake oomH^^tKepreiSen&tiye -Kent ;;'?.^?:':�r;|?\.W^Tthe .White, V-jHousi?,^ :ite'^wjifle';,'the atate depar.t-"m4nVlB~ilYing;>!aretulr study, to thej, ;i;prplwk6let5�&60t o!,:the propisek-tteat/l 1bei&* thJ^iiltedrstat^lVlid ^1% ,-^fae oampalgs th'9 Alberta el� Paris, April 8,-M, Jean Ernest Oon-stans, formerly preiniec of France and^ambassadortoi Turkey;; died yes lerday after a short lllnsBa. . This bsoiighiiriiiSi,^jii|d ,ttfie',public; eye: jind. sliortIy|;afU,CTiv:4rd,:^^%v7aft appointed jtoiirn ooui;jei;i'lAri878,.ias a Tep^blloftn, Tre \irs^ft/96^tUo,%a^Cham-ber^of- Deputies.^ -J^�5,'8jf9.hp waa' ap-'PoInted-mnder^JMor^tAry/ofi^ la 1886 he t)fcdi^4'',minlate^r extraordinary 4oi'ChInjrrf^,,^i]aiji^h;\ijy_^^ eluded .the *F*akoorCHiiiieseV-,Wmmer-'i clal'treaty, hM^-'^^'^W^ "1 He remained tJfefehiajllrJ^ay^lSSSi: It was about thtK^&l'Vsi he rid France of^ OeneV^I'w^ahgi^ilJ' under, the threat- of ,ptoB.eopp^n/*''*lie'sthen*! became mlniater' QFthj*&)ef'jo}^1889-'i 1890, senator Isgi^a^^^-pi^Maador tO' Turkey, a post sirMtChrhp3ie{diuntil' , Mayr 1909. JuBt ;bVQf#i|'^!^^>i�i: drawn from C6nata^tin6pX4^^.v,said'' that t^n amba'sBadorfeMtt'fi/-'--^ ' -large ;bril?e for ^obtajnj^g*^] cbnGeaslons. Obnt^ta^a^.'iel , ' returnela "to Pa^lsHlstorlti.-'ottjatlon-- ithat h. ''had Ottawa, April , 8.-Announoepiejifi that the closure ;^resolution, b(""wffitol(; notice was, giveoi'.on Monday ;nlgiit| will be taken up in tli� House-.^tfrij Wednesday, was made when," the,-House adjourned at 11.30 itonlgtit.^M-.;:,v When F. B. iCaTvell, who had b6en: speaking since ten.o'clock, sat dowh, lion. Robert Rogers rose and remarked that the House htCd been having a.; very pleasant and enjoyable dfsoilai^ slon. "In order that we should'm�ke I some progress," he >added','."i.,-would-'suggest that we pSss thlBclaus& he-, fore 'We rise." " Hon. George P. Graham thereupon' remarked: . ^' ' " "The suggestion of the''actiu'g lead^ er of the governm'ent is verjr. mlj^i mannered. But, unfortunately,; tber^ are a good many. Including mys<i. who would like to- speak pa thff clauae.t As w� have had.such a good natured day, I would suggest that the debate be adjourneb. \'..''..^ Mr. Rogers then moved that tlie committee rise, and the House ad!-journed. Mr. Qraham asked what business would be taken up on Wednesday.; , The resolution standing in -the Prime Miuistei-'s name," replied the Minister of Public Works, thereby ,ia-dlcating the closure measure. > Despite the announcement, it is possible that the plan will .be' changed should Premier BoTden, who Is suffering from a slight indispositlon.not he able to take his place, in the pouae,' The expectation la, however^ that h'4, will be on hand when the : House'; mebts on Wednesday. The debate on the Naval bill waa resumed. IjjrcoittT mittee shortly after the House metl. and'continued until-afteril-o'clbokt" when the Houae rose. Three speaker! sufficed to fill in the six hours of diiJi:^ cussion. ; Hdrt. W. T. White, .Minister^ Jai Fi: nance, "led off 'with a; epeeeh'lasting two hours. He' was followed by Di*; Miuhael. Olark, who was not - m'^Oli] more than half through when jjil'^ House rose at six o'clock,' -He - COp'' tinned in the-evenlngi: Asthe gdr^fn ment did not. pnt.up another speakeTi Mr. F..;B. Carvell went on for \he Wberala. -  , ' , H Mh'White saitl that, the letfd%of; Ihe opposltloh had not fairly sta^eii/ the �iBBue between the two: parfl^sB The proposalunder diacuasloqj he%�'5 clayed, did not' .involve a pdrmanetft) policy of iOontrJbution to the Admir-alty. It was an emergeucy glft,jt-~* i'm'.iniin!.iuiin:i.i.rinnnil|iiiNi.Blmmiijn-rij''!mriCTU� tl^tidilh the west;.a:B a reason why $35,-OOOiOOO should riot fte seut out of.tho country. He./rldlouled the proposal tq havie the Canadian ships form a part-bf the flying squadron. Mr. Carvell urgbd the adoption of the liaurier naval plan. Have'No'Mandate / iDrVClark declared that the govern-ui(�nt>:^ad absolutely no mandate for the; introduction-.! of this policy. It Is |;oing on with Itto aave their own fao-es.v and the ,people, will decide that their/acea are too expensive at $35,-Q6p�(>0(l,. The government had no mandate}; hecausethe,Nationalists were opposed to a aavy. Take away the Nfttioqallsts' support from the gov-eriipient, and the parties would be ^}i.0Ut;J^ual in the House, while the oppoh'e'nts of contribution would be Jnitheinajority .fn the country, Mr. Monif'has emphasized the truth of thfswhen he resigned. He had brok' ^11. th^V^bolts and.bars which bound hj Jh'tb' off ice;: .bui the Postmaster-Cl^Bneral had sequred padlocks to bind himseff -B/ltb the,"two other ministers, ftmd, all the Nationalists. The gov-e/umeht's poUoyj^-sald Dr. Clark, died Maa-jt;]! .15, ^the-last day of the coutlnu-ous'session. 'The interment may be dieferred, but it .is/certain to take place. ,-��-,../- ..� Thefniember for Red Deer introduced- a reference tp-olosuro by remarks lug: tliat it. 'was time enough to "'bid thi'&-devil good morning when you meet;him.'',The expression "like min-Istryi'.'iike hies�ur&s," would probably properly desdr|fe�,the situation. Apart from.Mr. Foster'.this was a cabinet without experience, just the kind of a cajbinet which might be expected to Introduce elosure^. They were poor workmen,.and* they, work with,poor tools;,: The Ottawa Citizen had described the government as a "ministry, with Umitatioas." I This � mlnlstr^:,;; proposed closure. Whyinotlet Hhesieople pass judgment on oloBur.e,,.a6; well as on the �navy'bill? - If there was no mandate fOi:,. the latter/;1;hdPe' was certainly none for the,; formar. When the bill was;last before.the House, Dr. Clark sudithe opposition bad 'won a battle foif free spieebh. They had pierced the |iiai8terlal-8lleiice/ ; Sj AjptherreflU'lt of the delay due to thfe'flght/inade by the opposition Is thatTWe now know what Downing ;8t�et proposedttOijdo. with the three ahlpd;Had any ininiater of the Crown itiard of the flying;? squadron before Mr..;;iOhurchIU%spoke? It was quite ;^Vident � the . ^ govbj^menfc : gotf, its p'olioy: -ISom .Dowhln^jstfeet, dnd't-yet )H/ri�lo4-l�,. nf~ TNnnTi'/'ii HanlnrAc .Hint i. BHUCE PAYNE UNITED � , CRANBY, P.q. Is Going To Be The Most Popular Gigar In Alberta KCAUSB it is made expressly for men like YOU. Men who appreciate the sweet, mellow flavor of choice Cuban tobacco. Men who like a good looking cigar-a generou.s sized cigar. Men who smoke a great deal and want a light, mild cigar, "Flor de Claro" meets each of these requirementSi Its fascinating taste- its ' delightful flavor-^its lightness and mildness - Money in The A�h have made "Flor de Claro" X^'e'l.^Vi-'!''^Sf �a3 .i , i ,1 an aluminum tag In t'ueBin, If a Cigar tnat pleases the yondo, t.ikeutoyoiircigKfnian _,? , , T nud he will redeem it In cash �t popular taste. lust try one 1M face value-eUher�c. orlJV S , We are placintf bothTtlnda in and see. "Plor a* Claro" clgan in ��i tlie^e tac|f lU'bn'rupeaied It tim TorlG 'Mi M Lhegi - ci ut leaiit has" aald uoth ug ui t^^ kind la J>lB public utt�ranons ^It^a fr�d^j'^^^^ Tei ,"^ult dt a, bullet rfrom a" gun.'hgld -by^ -her Wend) ;Hugh^anna;5 22;:^ea|'s,^lS i>ge. ' Hajiha, who, recent^K,^"|irrtved from, �W^^nJpeg, 'l|JjmdeRfl/jrest;_oJ�arg-,ed with''shooting .'^.I^th-.intenV' ,Fromi the .^ii'curoatanpel'jthWhqb^lng ap^; !p�ai^v 10 have bc"^!!' auMadUi li gir)'|rlllflikely i_eoo^jer.j" NEW PAPAj, APPOINTMENTSII RgiliO, Aonl s-Iho Pope ha' \M polptad Cu.diii-1 7 i 11 Poin; eiU 1 m 0. Rrmivand't aidlnul Uomlitlc I'M |j.^/iata aiBh'' pi^'pst m the Baeillca >;Cardinal^ Poi^d"u''i ho 1& nor a JL tlJiahCt), ill'oh nt l\e tbfl rpi"--'Vcpftl Lopaooration'tion I'l- Poppj will Fl'aht Closure' the;lMiniBt&r of Finance declares that In'ttfe .propoaalff ' of the? government th.^re la ncr loss of autonomy. Thp member'for Cal^a^ry, R. B. Bennett who was tho last member oppo-site^'allc^ed to spoali before March 15, had; spoken eloquently of a naval dykg*^ini the; North 'Bear of 'which the'Canadian, bhlps were'to be an im>i :|o:t'lant ^rt. But Mt:'Churchill ha'd decided that he yould-Unk the Can-adWa up -with the Halayi V'f ) f ' Not imperial ' Dr.-? Clark said he had three paxtic- ;'^^pl*ML.-________ __________, Dr.. Clark dealt at some leiigtb^'Wii^''Ular. objections to the ,government's the new^*developm�intB'in'connect|(Jn iyci'posals,, aa explained �'by the Min-! lylth the question amd the closure;;j[S^ f^t'er^'of; Finance. In-tte firat place intimated that jt'would be Btrqnuouslv laift an Imperial policy;,it enough fought, and,said the"poUo:^0f.:>^mlgtttjmbr6 properly'be'deflcribed aa the government had'ib'een\dealt .Vin'detynr'Aiigib'-Canadian-Mjaa5r''pblicy. Aiis-:March:,:15;";the.'last bus Bitting, and Dr. Clark 'referred ..Thousands of:people^1 {j_�v, T . . .cornsr-rjnei "^^Ifo^'na feetilipse|^igi T^spiastersyKiti'" .-.yet'lyet X''' endi||i|||%y j2.','/ij�'!^|S'*ff'�S>5|Sii fO^^^' Feet 4Syoaeickn do thlp iri>a,wte?j teway. ;it is beWg'=.,aoj}s on,"-a nt^'n^cpihs a rnqn^rjH;-', Bhe entire corn comes out, fWpJy apply a Bl^^jfiy:pl