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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Aiiptifit 12th, 1011 Studebaker Vehicles Represent Quality, Durability, Appearance and Value We carry a full line of Studebaker ons, draj's, delivery wagons (all heavy teaming wagons, dump wagons, con- tractors' carts, etc. Also a complete line of high class Studebaker carriages and buggies. Ask someone who knows what Stude- baker means. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. 1st. block west of Westminster Rd. srr Carriages and Waggons Made to Order Repairing and Painting a Specialty Scientific Horse Shoeing and General Repairing Expert workmanship in all departments. Call and see us. The Economical Carriage Shop GEO. BLUNT. REAR DALLAS HOTEL G. GOWAN. HAVE A DANCE ON CHURCH PROPERTY VICTORY History Will Give Pre- mier Asquith all the Credit London, Aug. special report of the proceedings at yesterday's Islon of the Hovis-o of Commons Issued today makes the announcement in for- !mnl official terms that a message has been received from ihe House of Lordi statins that they will not insist on amendments to thp ParllMiiiuiilHry Bill to which the House of Commons has disagreed and have agreed to con- amendment to the bill pro- posed by the House of Commons. Time will be recorded in the docu- ments of parliament the greatest vic- tory achieved by a Liberal prime min- ister in a century., for although the Unionist votes passed the bill lit the upper chamber last night history will give credit to Premier Asquith's au- dacious policy. The victory was all the greater as was achieved with a composite ma- jority in the House of Commons, of which the government whips had no control. While ihere is strong public opinion opposed to a radical change ;he constitution and even many Liberal peers thought that the gov- ernment was going too far. satisfaction is general that the end of the session ivhich has kept parliament in a tur- moil so long has been reached. In the press and among the people' today the res.ult was discussed with nioderatlon and already interest Is j turning to other matters. Certainly [che recent rift has not done the b'n-j jionist party any good and in future there will be always a possibility of more backing out should the leaders show any weakness on a question of national importance. Xowever. a. strong effort is being made to bring the two sections to- gether on a strong platform, among the chief planks of which will be the repeal of the Parliamentary Bill and a reform of the House of Lords as out- lined in Lord Lansdowne's bill. The Irish leaders are confident that the way js now open to Home Rule and from a statement of Home Secretarv Churchill In the House of Commons, that the government intended to pass a Home Rule measure during the pres- ent parliament, it appears to some ex- tent justified. DOIfTTAKE OLD-IE PHYSIC Brings litinl h I mini fjj, "I MB wenty-nine-year-old mm (reat believer in, and UHf of, "Stricture of The Howcls WM the tomptiint I suffered from I found that "Hruh-A-tivw" did me more good than my. other remedy. My doctoc advised me to slick to and hive done w m-ith best "I have been in business here for good many years and have been a. resi- dent of Otterville for over fifty years." PARSONS. Fruit is Nature's laxative. lives" is made of the juices of apples, oranges, figs and prunes. "Fruit-n- tives" acts on the human system like fresh and just as effectively as the old-time pill. "Fruit-a-tives" does not gripe or irritate the intestines. It regulates tlie bowels ind cures Constipation, because acts directly on thelivjr. Just try "Fruit-a-tives when you neec a mild, gentle yet effective Ituiative and liver regulator. 500. for sue. At all dealers, or frotn Fruit-a-rivei Limited. Ottawa. WHERE CANADIAN SENATE j ITS SHORTCOMINGS London.' Aug. Morning! Host (lIscuBsini; the punning rofcronce made in the debate on the motion of censure In the House of Commons to tho Ciiimillaii parliamentary system ilfclarcx that orals in booklets are endeavoring tu show Hint Is In reality by the single chanvber method. The Post de- that while Hie Canadian Sen- ate is not as strong a secoml body, Us shortcomings as nil Independent chamber are due to social and political conditions wlileh were not sufficiently foreseen at the ilme of f ram Ing the constitution. The Ions period of power enjoyed by one par- ty, led to nil iieu' creations bolus of the same political complexion. The enme cause Is probably back of the fact, which is patent to nl! students of Cnnadian development that the ex- ecutive- has gradually concentrated Into its hands the prestlpe and pow- er which under true parliamentary Bystem should belotiy .to the two houses. OF CANADA Cipllil, Rtil AA( UidlvMcd Frollls 114 1911. Rural Banking With the majority of our 230 or more Branches serving rural communities, we have naturally paid special attention to the banking requirements of Farmers, Ranchers, Stockmen, Merchants. Our facilities for handling your business or private banking are complete. Savings Bank Department it every Branch. Main Office cor. Round Hcdplth StiG. R. TINNING, Mlnigir. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Miiugtr. Gr.iscy W. Luekhardt. Mlnaoen ZELANDERS OBJECT tO PREMIER'S NEW TITLE IF RECIPROCITY PASSES FOl'R MILL- AYLESWORTH WILL STAY FOR A WHILE Aug. A. B. Ayle.iworth. it is understood, will continue in the post ot Minister of Justice [or some Jit'tle time. The choice oi" his successor lies between Guthrit of .South Wellington ami A. H Clark of South Essex, wi'.h chances probably favoring the foimer. Mr. Keating, of the privy council, !eft Iast evening 'Bay with THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PBESIOENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient. form in which to carry money travelling. Thev are negotiable sverywhere, and the exact amount pavablc in the prin- cipal foreig-n countries is printed on the face of every cheque. Tin cheques are issued in denominations nf 510, 520, 550, 5100 and 5200, a3, and may be obtained on application at the Bank. In connection with ils Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a book let entitled "Information of Interest to those about to which will be sent free to anyone applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. London, Aug. week com- ment was offered regarding the tin- thankfulness in some of the over- seas dominions for the Coronation honors bestowed upon their repre- sentatives. Special stress was plac- ed upon the title given Sir James Ward, premier of New belaud. Today ihe Auckland Star expresses profound regret over Premier Ward's accept- ance of the baronetcy, declaring that the special titic which had .been of- fered and accepted by him was one which no man calling himself a d< oci II artificial social distinction and in- vidious class privileges as involving a course of slow nnd insidious en- croachment upon the rights and lib- erties of the people. BIG G. T. P. PARTY WILL TOUR THE WHOLE LINE MAYOR RESIGNED; j CHOSE SUCCESSOR! GUUHIM STEJISIHPI m. ION BUSHELS OF WHEAT GO SOUTH Vancouver, B. C., Aug. :or the purchase of bushels ordcrs-in-cuuncil authorizing the cah- )f Canadian .Vo. 1 hard wheat annual-1 "ict changes and will be bacK in Ot- ita-j'f are aow beiriE made by the Globe jtawa tomorrow. The swearing-in of us_! Grain ami .Milling Company, owning Dr. H. S. Bi-land'as Postmaster-Gen- eral iinri of Hon. Rodolphc Lcmieux as .Minister of Marine and Fisheries Spokane, TVash., Aug. vita tions to a dance under church j pices on church property have been extended to every family in tit. Francis Xavier Parish, Spokane, by Rev. Father J. Rebmann, pastor, thi I fn ejection with the mat- ter. Yesterday he interviewed r. P. Helena, Aug. Frank J. I Edwards resigned his office and City Kdward M-orskr was elect- party wim-h left. Montreal this morn-