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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 12. 1912 THE LETIIBRIDGS flAILT WKRALD NOW A HOUSEHOLD NAME So widely and favorably known Is Blue Ribbon Tea that It has he- houseliohT'imme in Webtern Cahnda. "Uliio Ribbon" mearig'tHe first prize the tea lives up to tbat name. If It does not fully satisfy YOU your grocer will refund your money. PARCEL-POST AND REGISTRY OFFICE r MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED BY SOUTHERN ALBERTA BOARDS OF TRADE W. In spipte of the announcement made j at last nighty meeting of the Board of ..Trade that Supt. G. Ford, of the Do- minion'Express had written stat-j I ing that a Jiefw graduate of charges I on parcels from soven to fifty poum f irom United State points i fi Into effect on August 15, the membe: of executive of the Southern A ft berta Associated Boards of Tiade sti believe that the express chargi I .tliroughout the West are exorbitan and to offset them, they are going a f pat eels post A meeting of the I ecutive is being held this afteruoo I and at Macleod, when thi matter w ill be fully discussed, an iho government raomoiialized to pi euch a system into practice at th earliest opportumt> Maj or 1 latch, of Lethbridge, an f .Secretary Leach w-entrto thi afternoon to attend tho meeting The s will take up also the matter of .th increase of telegraph tolls discusse ;flt last night's -meeting of the loca t Board of Trade executive. This matter of extreme importance to al towns in the South that do' a heavy te] nigraphic business with United Statei points. ;jjjji- .1 'Naturally, the land )V la the big matcei to be diacussed, and j from lemaiks dropped this moiumg by -members of the executive of the t Association, going to .the" subject with kid -gloves -.They want a registry office In South fi ern Alberta, and to got it they are to Bdmon ton under th-a dnection of the Asso- ciauoii for the purpose oi' foiclng on j the attention Q( the government the diro ago, has been cleared up. INCORPORATING TRUSKOMPANY Some time ago the articles oi m- lorppralioiTof the Chinook :Trusti, Co: vith headquarters at LellibridKe, ;nd capitalized at were egistered, at Ednvonton. The gcntle- nen whose names appear on the arti- les of incorporation as incorporators re Jas Lockuood, financial agent, Lathbndgc, V B McCoy, financial PUSH IRISH BILL ALONG (Continued from front pago) The first and most Important amend WHS introduced by Mr. Agar- Hobartes, a Cornish member, who like of Cornwall fears that hU {ellowTcllglonUta will not receive fair play from tlie Catho- lic-majority in Ireland. He moved that the northeastern counties of Ulster (Antrim, 'Armagh, Down and London, should not be included In tlie operations of the-Do- minion. Joseph Malting former premier of British member of the Federal house at .Ottawa; waa one of the most persistent 'supporters of the amendment, giving the Canadian pro vinces as example's" of 'the benefit 'of single houses i The Unionists supported the' am- endment, bellying that the Laborites would do likewise, and gov- ernment-majority 'would'reach near vanishing uoint. Arthur'Balfour, who, although no longer -titular leader, still ;often takes actual lead, spoke on behalf of Ihfl opposition. The House grew pronounced two chamber man, onlv one for Ireland. He justified his position, er, with the argument that two chambers were necessary where great Imperial considered, but not so the case of a legisla- ture, .'which was meant .to do subordinate and local work." William O'Brien intends to move an araendm-ent to clause two of the to deal with the queation; of iaml purchase His amendment be in the exact, words used 'by -the ".late William E. Gladstone in the bill of 1893: "During three from the pass next three years. Gladitone's Guarantee It is argued by Mr. O'Brien that Mr. Gladstone, at the now famous confer- ence at Boulogne, in 1891, held with a view to. the re-union of the Irish and Liberal'. forces, gave a guarantee to deal with the land question, and submitted a memorandum in which it was stated that it would be ob- viously inconsistent with th-e conces- siou of Home Rule to Ireland that the powers to deal with .the laws relating to land in Ireland should be 'perman- ently confined to the Imperial Parlia- ment.. It would have to be exercised simultaneously with the establish- ment of Home Rule, or within a lim- ited period thereafter to be specified in the Home'Rule power to deal 'ftith it must be committed to the Mr Gladstone cai ried out this! pledge in 3893, in the nords Mr O'Brien now wants Inserted in the'Hbme Hul-e Bill. Premier 'Asquith, however, after consultation with Lord Mcrley, who was a party'to the Boulogne confer- said Mr. Gladstone' gave this pledge on the under stand ing 'that, the late Cluis. S. Parnell retired from the leadership of the Irish party, a con- ilitloii which was not carried The Premier added that the" gov- ernment was fully alive to 'the im- portance of proceeding with all pos- sible dispatch with the land purchase settlement The reservation of that service "Nas in a great degree dictated by the necessity of maintamg unques- tioned tho security on which the fut- ure of land purchase must not wholly, depend. of a big man on a big job, doing the- fair thing to all, with piiv- ileges for an impulsive pow- er generated by warm sympathy, for those who toil for the big fellows And that is not a bad ideal for a minister of labor to liave. QUARREL OVER CATTLE CAUSED (Continued from front page) Edwin Stoteely'svformer..1 Ros Heft, was set forth as the motive o the ciime weie untrue. Mis, Heft ha beeti ]u ing mith Mi and Mrs StVkel parents of the accused, them, was In-no way connected wit the shooting, the! evidence clear ed her of any stigma which raigh arise out of the early reports of th case. 1 CONSERVATIVES BADLY WALLOPED (Continued [rom front MINISTER OF LABOR VISITS (Continued from front page) J. D. lligiiibothain Co., Ltd., Sell VIGOROL A Medicine that Pro- longs Life -VIGOROL will do all we claim for it. If not, we refund you your money. VIGOROL not only prolongs life, but makes the old feel and look young. .It restores vim and energy. VIGOROL takes hold of the inside nerves at once and braces yon up. Some of yonr nerves have heon dor- mant for years, and if they aro not looked after will dry up and die. VIGOROL reaches the nerve centre, imparting life, youth and vigor. That tired, bil- ious feeling i-s removed; all your pains, and achee arc driven away. The most wonderful tonic ever sold is VIGOROL. Do not be a burden to yourself and others; get, a battle of VIGOR- OL today and- start life over again. .T. D, Higinhotham Co.'s drug store is the only place Lethhrldgc M'here you can buy VIGOROL. Price a bottle. He is a firm believer in Canada's Conciliation Act, and "hopes, as a re- sult of this trip, to formulate some amendments to make It work easier. An idea of the minister's frank stylo ot speaking can be gathered from an interruption, which, occurred at-a meeting he was addressing on the coast. One man chirped in with the remark that the "government sent troops' to shoot down strikers "You are sadly mistaken, my dear replied the minister. "The government sends'the- militia when necessary to prevent disorder, and to suppress lawlessness, but not 'to sup- press strikes. A government that can not preserve order has no right to govern nnd should resign." His audience was English-born for the moat part, and the reply evoked a hearty cheer. Stands by Lernleux Act -Mr. Crolbers has the continent without being urged -to re- peal the Lemleux Act. He has been Lold that it interfered with 'the right to strike, and that that is the work- ngnian's only'weapon of defence. There hae been no mincing of the reply, which hns been an emphatic refusal to do anything of the kind "That act has worked'well to iid the minister, "and the working men have won the great majority of he decisions. I am not only not go- ng t6 repeal I am going to auk Parliament to -make it stronger.'' "How about that permanent com- mission, Mr; A shake of the head.was the reply. L'hat Idea is still in .the tentative itnge. "Any dissimilarity in labor condl- loriB east and was asked, "Not said the minister, "tout the big problem of private the company operating lubllc. utilities. "-Wo -would' make the Concil-i Ths Conservatives who fell were T in Dr Elliott, in Moose Aichlo Gillis, In Pipestone, H-H Willway Pheasant Hills, while Milestone, IK presented m the last hy A E .Whitmore, was won from another can icjidate, -by. -the .Liberals, Tories Claim .Five Regina, Sask, July Con servatne paity claim there will be five of their membeis elected when the polls are all in They concede 26 seats to'the Liberals and 2V in doubt. Their, figuring Includes Alaple Creek, where D, J. Wylie's overnight major; Itj of 150 has been leduced to'Sfi wjth a number of polls to hear fromj and which the Libeials claim -will" favor their candidate. In severiteenrof the balance the Liberals are leading and will, be elected. Hon W R [Wothcrwell is still in the lead, is still in doubt, hut favoring there "are ot constituencies silll aeediDg re turns to enable a.t'luftl to Creek, Willow Bunch brooko ai e doubtful to the extent that so far no returns'have arrived. Blames It On Reciprocity Regina, Sask, July W. G when morning attributed the defeat of the party In the province first, and foremost to the. reciprocity issue, adding that" the usual "election lodges of ministers new roads and .bridges In, constituencies, and railway maps in the cities assisted the majority.'tH''ln my said Mr. cnenvhelmlng majority comes as absolute surpiiBe to cverjone, not ex cepting the Standing of the Parties LIBERALS Arm A. Scott, S. Simpson, 120 maj Al. Finlayson 114 majority. 240 majority r Forsythe, 40 majority1 ith four polls to hear trom M Atkinson, 339. Thunder 200 majority Tramping Scott, 150 maj. F. Totzke, 300 majority. C Pierce Mitchell H. Garry, 300 maj. CONSERVATIVES C Tate, 117 majority Mooie Jaw B. Willoughbj, 155 majority. Prince Albert T E Qu'Appelle, W. G. Haul- tain, 20 majority. IN DOUBT f Maple Wylie is lead- ing by 26 votes, with. 10 polls to hear from. Llaydmlnater. Mooae Jaw County. North Qu'Appffle town. Willow .Bunch. NO RETURNS Shellfarook. Pinto Creek. DEFERRED Cumberland. Athabasca. CARDSTOJV Cardston, July 12 Oddfellons are tonight in' aid of the fund There nill be special features in addition to, the dancing and as the cause is worthy a laigo i.ittendante is looked tor It was too wet for the Warner-Cardston Iwsehall game it ua1! expected lo pull it oft tiiii' ilfernoon Laak night a social was helil in honor of the visiti- ng athlftes and a jolh lime (was .pent A good floor and good music contributed Jo pleasing Burton and Ihey have -nobed "into .he brick block north of Catiislon Mercantile Co and in the enlarged quarters intend (xpnding .heir operations, considenbly. Tuplett and Biaiall have neat business to Reader Plicher the Citv Meat Market, and Mt- E hab been engaged' as i lanager f Great interest is being talienSn the 3oosters' excursion from Lothbndge n the 21th, and arrangements are made Jor a fine reception. J, C'ard is leaving tomorronf on' month's vacation to be spent atv ialt Lale Citjr. H. Cawthorpe D, Stewart, 300 maj D. Hoberlson, 200 maj. Eaflle Harris. Bell. 200. majority. O. Kobinson; 400 maj. Gull Lochead. W. J, JIcNcilj. ArTurgeon 400 maj H. Watson W.-H; >fpther- H., Devlin. Lutt J. Lntia. ,100. P. Lisle, it Larson. B. Johnston. Mooie A. Magee. S. Smith, 250 maj. M. L. Leltch Pheasant B..A.: Cunning: hfttn, 227 majority, CHOOL TEACHER FOR, YORK FACTORY Ottawa, 'July Manitoba has arranged with the )ommion government to hare the Rteamcr Stanley, which sails foiMiiid- non'Bay, on 4iigust 10, lake along a lady school, teacher. A 'school is being v at York Factors and the teacher can make the trip by rail to Sydney, and on the Stanley, with less Inconveni- ence than would be experienced oa an overland trip. Certain in results beca u s e I purest in I quality! try it and ;