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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rages THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MAGIC BAKING July TORCH QNli Bourassa Hints at Annexation to U.S. C L A K F C O THt LADIES STORE J> IV XI LS OC Phone4S3 Acadia Block EIGHT SALE DAYS LAST CALL (Continued from front Jish provinces and the laws and con- stitution of the United States? Jn eocial life in the press and among the general public, Catholics are not less Respected over thore than in the mosi enlightened provinces of the confed- eration while in'no state are they held .up to ridicule by an Orange order. i -la no state, he declares, do French Canadians hear insults such as "priest bidden "or "conspiring Xith the Bishops and the Pope to en- "danger the Hbsrties of the people" as 5s the case in Canada. This in face of the fact that the American bishops )iever rendered such signal service to ttieir state French, Canadians .have Canada and the Empire. In the UnKed States, too, the people lot the faithful and their bishops set- tle their family quarrels between themselves, while in the Dominion, Orange 'lodges and political dema- gogues work together as agents of per- of the school question he fcayi time difference between the telttiaition. of French Canadiaussin the ptsiBS and those in English speaking jjrpvinoes where no separate schools exUt. In the States the Catholics had iio previous rights, but in the Domin- ion their rights Were away from them even when guaranteed by law and by the most solemn promises' Xhich statesmen could moke. As to the French language, It finds fio shelter, declares Mr. Bourassa, in Canada, that it would lose by ution to the United States. The use of. the French tongue in Manitoba and the North West Territories has .been abolished ;with the consent of the Can- adian parliament. In Ontario the French tongue meets; prejudice, ity. and hate unknown in the Arae can republic. says the writer, has do Iripre for French culture than all t Canadian institutions together wi the exception of McGill. French, he siates, is spoken mor perfectly in the higher circles of Bo tea, .New York and Washington tha 1C is In' Toronto or even in the Jish SBotiOD of. Montreal. 'to Sat, July 27 Sat., July 27 No LigKt on Gambler's Death (Continued from front page) ''Shapiro Mid.Mr. Levy ha aid tfae gnr car it the cafe -rtnjl siortly before Midnight Monifer, Jact ROM called lip -WWiley the.stinter.and Jeft ord to Mud the lifcby to Tblrd TouriTumt Street. Shapiro be mat to that fcoint rtftkmi up and one or two other mnrvho him knd before goneifar three or four more mm got the car. Shapiro knew Rowland recognUed sjiotber of hli pMsengers-'aa a. man who wat of them' be linen-. "When Sftaplro rebelled after they Jiad told him what they iritended to Wo one of the'men in the car hit him jover the head with ibutt of a re- volver and told him 'Bait it' up Jtown to 43rd street. does not feribw whether Roae was in the car or, not when ahey reaofaed there. j "Ho stayed in the car while the DRY GOODS ON THE Ridding our racks and counters of everything for present use to make room for the piles of Fall Goods now on the way by lake and rail. Everything belonging to Summer has to go! It's the final general clean-up of all Summer Stocks. Everything Reduced, Nothing Reserved. You Save on Everything You Buy Prices have been lowered to such an extent as to make "Last Call" most applicable, for everything has been marked with little idea as to costs and values, the object being decisive clearance in the shortest possible time, and savings naturally warrant the quick disappearance of all of the choicest lines. Throughout Every Department of the Store Assortments Are Are Great AH over the store, in every section [you'll find surprise offers beyond all expectations in this "Last Call" on all sum- mer wear. Every article is taken from our regular stock which is a guarantee of its high quality. Every item is quoted at from one-quarter to less than the actual value, which means exceptional savings. Arrange your home duties so that you can be here. Come in the, morning if at all possible, and carefully note the date of July 19. to Saturday, July 27. hooting was done and then he was orced to take his fares under full peed to 58th St. and Third Avenue where they left she car. "Shapiro then went to Libby's house 'Oke up Ltbby and made him come with him to the garage with the car ibby that 'Shapiro appeared at the iame time and told him all afcout the shoctfug.' "alk Fight at Grand Lodge (Continued from front Proud of Burroughi iWhen you buy a Bur- rciighs adding-. machine, you never have any apol- ogies to make in the fu- either to yourself or to othery. Wo :make SS different successes. Let us show yon tho one_ best suited to your C. W. Higgme, Silei Manager P. 0. Box 68 Winnipej Manitoba would be found, not one whit behind their forefathers who defeated King at the Battle ot the Boyne, Cloud The mea of Derrj did more than shout "no surrender." They were prepared for the seige From he knew :of the brethren of Belfast, could say with confidence that any one who attempted to -force Honie Rule on Ulster would have an uncommonly hot time of it( loud ap- plfuise.) John 'Kennedy and Bro. Andrew Weir of New York replied for the brethren of the United States. The latter said he could assure their brethren in Ire land that in the States there were a hundred thousand stalwart Oraage men who would stand beside them foot to foot and knee to knee and in pocket also, if need be, to help them wipe out the Home Rule enemy. They had wiped them out before and with God's help .would do it again, (loud applatwe.) Calgary. I he pipe and all equipment for the citv lines is now on the ground and Mr. Driscoll states thaf work will he gin immediately and rushed com- pletion. Claresholm Farmers Organize a Party (Continued from at l Longest Single Gas Line in the World (Contisued from front Tfce mimi-ijne ol'ths Csnnda y.'cst- ern Natural Gas company is .tho largest and longest-single gas line, in (he world, and constructed within the shortest time on record. Has was turned into the entire main 'ma OB Tiwidaj-, and list night the con.pai.j- an illumination m arse, especially the iioiking clas ami that if it were knonn as a farmers association ouh, some mib understanding might arise bj thinking thpt it was onlv a farmers platform jlnch they were fighting :or With this end in view he called for names to be submitted and after teveral different ones had been gnen it Tvas decided it should become known ss the People's Independent Association. After the name was chosen the following offlccis were elected by unanimous lote President Mr W T Holding of Granum, Secretau Trees urer R. K..Peck of The President then tool> the chair The motjon was ;then liiade and car- ried that a convenor be appointed at each polling sub dnision m the con stttuenoy Khose dntt it would be lo call a meeting of the voters In each place and them appoint dele- gates to attend a general convention here on tho 8th of August The mooting of each local for this purpose to be hold on the last Wednesday of July and one delegate for everj 10 voters or fraction thereof I0 be ap- pointed. the whole- to meet at Clares holm and nominate the candidate who would contest the election. The Platform A1 committee was appointed on mo.- R. K. Peck and W. .1. Holding to for- mulate .a platform on which the new party woitld work. This committee U work at once and the follow- )ns Pfetform ,was the result: 1. IHrecf legislation 2. L'heapcr money tor the fnna- CTS, v Legislation to he enacted fo better co-operation. -1, Provincial hail insurance. 5. Provincial control natura resources. This platform was 'Unanimously ad opted as read by the committee. The question as to raising funds for the campaign was discussed at considerable length and it was finally agred to leave it 40 the convenors of each .polling sub-division to raise as large an amount ,ae possible from the voters and send It in to the secretaiy .reasurer. Although the real intention of the gathering was to nominate ..a late meeting it was abided" after a dehdto lasting two hours to'wait until an more representative )ody could be got together and'for hat reas6n'no names were mentioned or the honors. The discussions which cak place were vigorously fought.'but, ach debater standing out believed to be light and and plainly showed that tho new poii ticar party were sincere in the prln ciplea for which they were pledging themselves. After extending a vow of thanks to the chairman.the ing was clrsed It was by far the mogt enthusiastic and moat repre sentative meeting, of the farmers ever held here India's government estimates the cost of building Delhi Other estimates reach even Cure Nervous Headache your t oumot (upplf you the J. I, MaUiIeu Co.. Slmbroolie, P rwiyt at COMMENT ON ATTITUDE OF BOKDEN Newspapers Refer to His Declaration of Overseas Dominions London, July genei- lllj, the British Llbeial press thinka 'remier Borden's declaration that .the dominions shall ,have partic- ptaion In Impel lal foreign policy and aval control as .conditional.on cbntri- utlon, will take a long time to work out. The Unionist press takes the view that this must be done at no dis- tant date. The. Chronicle, Liberal, declares: "We- have met the cost of defending the dominions. No war in which the British Empire ha's been engaged'since Napoleonic times, with the single ex- ception of the Boer war, directly involved any dominion in danger, trouble or The balance is on the side of the United Kingdom. There is no immediate prospect of the balance being seriously affected and we are under :no compuhion to de- cide quickly. According to.some the :heory of the future is for forma] re- ations between tho Mother country and Dominions. Given the jood will which exists, an'd of. which Mr. Bor- den's speech wu such eicellent evi- dence, .time and clrcumstancee will work smooth much that now in the Iffht. nf '4.-. tin ough and hard. Borden himself put the problem but hardly hinted at he answer" The Westminster Oozelte, Liberal.1 eferrlng to Borden's statement that he British parliament Is not truly mperial, aays: "We are glad to see the Idea thrown ut and during the next few yea hope to see it in practice lit thought and language self governing1 communit- ies and1 British parliamentary institu- tions are developing naturally in a fed but a definite scheme can hardly at present bo submitted by the United Kingdom." The paper alleges, as H reason for. this that the overseas dominions wotil inevitably be out-voted in such ah 1m porial ..parliament. it adds 'such 'a' condition in th life -time of children now living hen and in Canada." The Morning Post, Unionist, declares hat a system of Imperial partnership must be demed which will enable iacli to plaj its part m the aettlemen if questions of common interest. No lotibt progress, towards this goal wil be slow, but attempt to force the lace'could only result in disaster. But f the instinct and practice of co opera- ion can be encouraged, the genuls of he .British race will evolve a conitl- utional machinery beat suited to its eeds. The Standard, Unionist, says, apart, altogether from the specific objects of his Bordun.is an incal- culable benefitlb tho British nation at this "juncture. 'We were in sad need of a 3t wo have found the re- quired stimulant in tho presence of a Canadian; 'representing as he does with the adequacy and abounding vig. shrewd practical insight and the enlarged patriotism of the greatest of the verseas dominions Knights of Pythias Lethbrldge 'Lodge No. Knights of Prthiae will their annual Church Parade Sunday, July 2lit The will at Cas- tle Hall at 7 p m., sharp and proceed ;to JVealey Methodist church. AH members and vial ting brethren'are invited to. attend, Two Voices from The Ground You arc Invited to heir this Sermon next Sunday evening it Firtt Baptitt Church. Lord Strathcona contributed 4000 to the Berlin Y M C A fund >J 7 Last .Summer Seaton in MILLINERY lUng Everything at Clearance Prices. To Open Very Soon a and 25c. Store C. A. COOKSLEY Beside Bentley't ;