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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 31,1913. THE bJETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD if \ AMitter Winter's Night The lights lit-the-curtains drawn-a cheery fire-olieerful faces round the table-on that table a fragrant brew of fea- and who minds the'weather? The most elaborate homes use Blue. Ribbon-no better Tea is sold and in homes where coppers count, BlU3 Ribbon is the careful housewife's choioe. - The Tea with a "money value and a money-back" guarantee. WILL ERECT S^ERAL LARGE IN WEST And Best of All Lethbridge is . Likely to Get One / of Them (Western Associated Preee) -Fort William, Ont, Jan. 30.-An Important announcement is to be made in a few days affecting the grain business of farmers of Alberta and Saskatchewan. It is as good as settled that the 'Dominion government will, at an early date, proceed., to establish a very ex-tensive system of International ele'^ vatbra at central points In Alberta, Saskatchewan and possibly in Manitoba. Mr. Staples,, >one of the Grain Comraission�i'&, ha�-jb$,en very active In the matter; anl'has impreflsed upon the government the Imperative need for immediate action. The embargo announced by the ahle to give about four-fold^ the .presents service. The government has -concluded that public ownership'is tie Only sol utlon of the larger elevator, question That the proposed course of action -will meet with public approval goes without saying. Privy Council De-. cidesAgainstPeople (Continued from front page) By another statute passed at the same time, any person claiming to �have �suffered, loss or damage, in consequence of the passing; of suob act might submit its claim to the government. The Lord Chancellor went on to cite the steps subsequently ta^en in the legal proceedings. following the claim for damages by the, appelant bank. Continuing, he said:'  "Their lordships are not concerned with i the merits of the political controversy which gave riBe to the statute whose validity is now impeached. The Legislature's Power..... "What they "p&yi to decide ts the question whether it la wijliiin the power of the legislature of the province tb pass the apt of .1910. � "Tney agree; Svlth' the. contention of the responderrts that in a case such as this; It.was In the v power of ..that Legislature subpe- O/fcirforr/ /Von 'e.f ji .1..lie. f'ftupfoti*^ I' BRAND COFFEE Ait Ejicelieni- j quently to repeal the act which it had passed. "If this were the only question which arose, the appeal could be disposed of without idlfftoulty, buf the Aot, under consideration, does more than modify existing legislation. It purports to appropriate to the prov inoe a balance standing at special accounts in the banks, and so change its position under the scheme to carry, out what bondholders had. subscribed their money.'' 1 i "Elaborately: :as^-tb,e':.;c)afl&^:.was; ar gued-4n the judgments "of learned Judges in courts below," went on the I%d Chancellor, "their lordshiDB were not satisfied that what appears tp'them to be the fundamental'que?-tioa *t issue has 1 been adequately considered. It is a well-eptabliBhed principle of Ehigli^. cfl'mmon law, that when mon^" hasVfcB^'ffiBdelved by one person, which -Im-lttBtloe^^nd equity belongs'ito anothe^pet^n .binder circumstances Which riende^ the receipt of It a receipt ;by *th# defendant to the use, ofHh'e^ plaintiff,V^e latter may. recover�aBi,fpr. mon^jj *hail> and received; to 'his' Use. to the rn'anager o�'- its' local branch at Edmontdn for the opening of a- credit for tyi'ts special aawjint. The,local manager;was'to'idiiherwa^ to-act on instructions from tjija'.head office; which retained control.'.' .It appears to their lardeMpB, Jhat this apeoial account, was "'ppened', solely1 for: the purposes "of" "the -railway *che>n.e,k aj�d that when J;be' actios' of the ^Iberta governmenii -in tyitfj Legi�J�ture,of the prpviuca p'f Albwt* could notviegislate validly in diirogatipn of that right. ' \ * "Thgse , oJtT^MtM0^',V. I*i(d-.. ,li�rdi�^ip, "dlijtingMlpb this.caue-from .�hpt;of jhe-King.Ys, ^oy�tt,where, .th'f Mat.iJeo^ded was Jin reality*jquUb a Cerent obib." InL',th� opijijon, ofith^lr- ENTERPRISING PRESIDENTS OF BOARDS , OP TRADE IN ONTARIO TOWNS 7-s KJ. HOWELL v (Sieve* TTai u pP�sm//ror OTTAWA _ -Johtt Elliott, PfczammT or frZLLEV/ziZi -o al Bank from fulfilling its legal obli gations to return tljeir money to the bondholders, whose right to this return was a civil one, which had arisen and remained enforceable outside the province. "The statute was on this ground beyond the power of the Legislature of Alberta, inasmuch as what was sought and had been enacted was neither confined to property and civil rights within the province, nor directed solely tp matters of a merely local or private nature within it. 'Other questions," continued the Lord Chancellor, "have been, as already stated, raised in this appeal, as to whether the statute of 1910 infringes the provisions of section 91 of the British North America Act, by attempting to deal with a question relating to the banking, and by entrenching on a field already occupied by the Dominion Banking . Act. It was also contended that the approprl-aion of deposits to the general revenue- of the province was outside the powers assigned to the provincial legislature for raising revenue for provincial purposes. The conclusions already arrived at, make it unnecessary for their lordships to enter on a consideration of these questions, and of other points made during the arguments of counsel. "Tho Coui-t will advise His �Majesty," concluded the Lord Chancellor, "that the appeal should be allowed and the action dismissed. Tho respondents (the province of Alberta) may pay costs here and in the court below." M.E BYRNES COUINGWGDD HENRY T. REASON LONDON License Applications Heard Today (Continued from front page). Mr. Ball again objected to the; granting of this- license.' �... \i �� .| Ministers Oppose F. H. Cox, of the Christian Brethren church, opposed the applications briefly, and stated in ' answer to Chairman McKerracher, that his church was not an incorporated body"^ insofar as the control of any property was concerned. > Rev. A. C. Bryan, speaking with regard to the church in question^said there should'be.no difficulty in'quibbling over the term ''church"-.. A church was a place where two or three-Christian brethren gather';,"- together f6r the purposeAoi, \yoL:Bbip>; Mr. Bryan strenuously opposed, the; granting of the license and expressed the opinion that the applicants in endeavoring to control the church of the Christian Brethren were practically evicting, the ^worshippers., 'Mr. Bryan congratulated the opposition! in their diligence in canvassing names to the petition-rthey had even: can^ vassed the. ministers. (Laughter). In conclusion, Mre applicants, a new hotel costing $50,000 will be erected in North Lethbridge. There is also a rumor to the effect that a large apartment house will be built on 4th Ave., A, Altogether the outlook is very bright. .A..-well-known building contractor told the Herald today that he expected over $2,000,000' worth,of building to be undertaken this year. There is already three-quarters  of. a million in sight, with another $300,-000. under construction at the present time, and only one month of the year is gone. North Lethbridge ' - Grievences Heard (Continued from front. page). Astlhma CaftarrH whoohhc coughs bronchitis spasmodic cjioup coughs colds � ISTA*U�H�D 1*7* ......... . ,. AHdtffoilvg treatment for feron* **lil trwMM.-without, dodo*-vthe BtwajtfWiUV AWM. Ueciwlth micp(n*fo� thirty ywrn^',  ;*he tit P�n->b># M� aqUitpjla Tapon iwttfd with OTtsry k�|oi, Of fmi dfUKl" onfroai- tied in this regard. During the summer the florists will-also erect larger greenhouses in Lethbridge,-Tho Ter-rill'Floral Co. have, � decided on a $16-,000 buildins in North Lethbridge, while Frache Bros, soine tim? ago stated that they would'double their piv'sent capacity, which will require: an o-itlay of another $15,000 or.more. ; The .Herald also has it on good authority that three or four large wholesale concerns are negotiating for sit^es here. The action of-the C. P.R, an making Lethbridge a break bulk point, has assured the wholesalers that Lethbridge1 will always be tho main distributing point-for- Southern Alberta, and they are acting accordingly. . Work For Many Men Of the new huilding uudsrtakcn last year, and uncompleted at the end 0f the year, the post office and the browory addition are the largest. On the new,post office close to $200,,000 will be spent during 1913. The footings and basement were practically completed, and Superintendent Lloyd in charge of the work, states that no, time will be ,lost getting*; the ma--terial on the ground so that the superstructure may be started in the early.-spring. Already 25O;O0O bricV. are -on the ground. The steel, which will amount to some 36Q tons, will ba:.shipped shortly. Hiis, 8aitl-,.ttat: '150, skilled workmen-will be. employed on,th& struoture during the summer months. At the Brewery ver^^Utlile has:'yet been done. However, the foundations-for, the Avo-storey '/addU tion are n,ow in place, and over $150^ QO.O; will ::be: expanded in -labor alone during..the .summer. � When completed,, the Bjtower'j' will have one of* the opposlte;!;Mr, Whitney's reBld*nce in the south �ast of the city. It .is his intention, he added, to subdivide some of his property near, the park in the future. In the meantime he has 15,-000 trees which he will plant, not Five Huitdred Years Ago- when the ea.rth was thought to be flat like a griddle cake, chocolate was prepared by the Aztec priests. Their methods were crude. But during religious ceremonies, the primitive Mexicans would dance for hours at a stretch with no sustenance save chocolate. A wonderful food; yes. Rut just how much flavor and nourishment cocoa has depends very largely on the way it is produced. In Lowney's you get the la3t word in cocoa. It is produced in the cleanest of factories from care-, fully chosen, skillfully, roasted, and delieioush/ blended cocoa beans. ^ . , Try a tin. You will be rewarded with a wholesome beverage that shows you how cocoa ought to taste. Sold by grocers.1 In tins, JOc to 50c sizes. The Walter M. Lowney Co., of Canada. Limity". Montreal Alberta Branch,. Cadogan Block, Calgary only along the streets and avenues,' but also on the park, provided the city will accept the donation. Lots in the subdivision will all be 50 feet frontage. In Heply Mayor Hardie said that he knew the council were very pleased to hear Mr. Whitney's offer and while- they could/ not give any answer at tho present time, he* believed Mr. Whjtney oould rept; aaaured that the city would not be averse to accepting his kind offer. The Market Sete North. Lothbridge is up in arms because C. J. Eck&torm is desirous of establishing a market on the Athletic Park, and asks the endorsation of the council. Their objection to the market came to a head- today when J. Gilmore; A. Johnston, and W.. P. J. Alexander of the North Lethbridge Business Men's association, waited on. the council, armed -with'resolutions from the ^association protesting against the; market as Proposed. t Mr. Q-ilmore addressed the council, and opined that the market off tin ope corner of tho city would not be a success. It is-the working people: who will support a; market, and-nearr ly all the working mep live in NortK, Lethbridge. They asked: that .the: council endorse in no way Mr. Eck-storm's proposition.' , The Mayor'* Reply , � s . Regarding'the market, Mayor ^ft^r-v 4i� uai* he 41d not spe how the gijun-cll can do anjntMig. If Mir. ^!ok-storm. wants to go ahead, he w}ll do; so whether the counoil endorses h,im or'not. 'The mayor has investi^e'd; and finds that there is noi a successful public market be*w�en ?ort' Wil-' Ham and the co�st,. although nfisp^l; of the cities hadspeat from IWfiOi to $100,000 1;o hwW up(marlfpt'|Jaq-J ed. He did not think that the (pwle-men from" North Lethbridge wouW.he in favor of LelfhhriSfB spending Mnr ey on a market which would aaii ha The delegAt'jon aalced that 1At�f)iw-; ' oil withhold endorsatjen of Mt, wk-stown's market sojjenie, a$ ttyf I'ftijh not thank it would be � succbm, '":-, ello! Three Pounds Blue Ribbon Tea for $1 ? Threfe Pounds Please! m Tetley's Tea .....:... 95c Otter Brand Salmon, per tin 20c Libbey's Red Salmon, tin .., 25c. Cheese, per lb. 20c. $ggo B'aking Powder 2%ib 45c. Ijyle's 0 olden Syrup, per tir_-'30e-. Cream of Wheat, .package . 20c Prunes; per ft). Cooking Figs, per lb Shamrock Creamery "''for .;...............70c-i*j; 'ox 20ib, Sugar lor ;