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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKIDGK DAILY HERALD, 7. Hayr Hd w. Go. 6th Street, S. Opposite Herald Office Just In FANCY BRASS GOODS j We Have the Price We Have the Stock We Have the Variety We Have New Stock MARVELLOUS VALUES See Us at Once ARE LOSING TWO FINE FELLOWS BOW ISLAND BOYS MOVED TO DANCE JUNE 21 How iFl'jml, .dine (Jlnuist 'visited Grassy Ljil-'e on Tnefiilay, lak- ing' Messrs.. Kcid and LI. T. Whit- ney as ivilnc.ssPa, Lo lit'lp liim provp up. K. M. llolcroil had llur misfortune to Ins.1, a valuable work horse last night. Messrs. I "Hillv1' Sainnlnrs. and I'oslc leavp lor Kary, lo place tlicy have been Iransinred by ilia .Gas Co They tvill sorely inissnl by a Larnc numhru yf friends here, whosr hcst wishes with tlieni lo Ihcir acw field ul lalinr. hand will hold uiinihpr nf ihcir popular dances hi iliv 1.0.OK. Iiall fin Friday June 21st. It is esprc-tcd ihai. tlicrt' will also he a- hall game here on thai rlvilc. I1'- J. jrenrlprsoji rcporls. Iliat hvo oi his hursp.s have been apparenllv and has ininrmud the licc of the fairt. The ball team will play Icaiii at' Whitia on Friday night or ihis week. Dieu BrolbiTs wrc breaking for J: Jioschroiigh of lown. MONDAY THE BEST DAY Principal of Alma College, St. Thomas, told the Hamilton Metho- dist conference that Monday has been found a day ihan Saturday for a school holiday, the students se'-tins better attention 'when shopping in chc ciiy on the busy days. OFF TO BOOST FOR CONGRESS THE NEW INTEHNATIONAL. ANTHEM Sir Wilfrid Lanrier ul Mont- real: ecfprocity .was oppos- ed in thfi St_ates- as much as In ...Canada.' The American lumbermen, farmers and fisher- itieu onposed It as strongly as the Canadian Tories. More- over, H Is an open secret that during the heat of the contest when every nerve was strain- ed to win, the special interests In the United States joined hands wiih those In Canada to defeat reciprocity, and -sang lustily 'God Save ihe while they whispere-d 10 each other 'God save our monopo- lies :md trusts.'" A NOW A HOUSEHOLD NAME So wldtiy'and favorably known IH nine Itlbbon Tea thnt it hue he- come a household name In Western Canada. "Uluc Jtllibon" menus (he leader, the first winner, and the Lea lives up (o ihnl -ininc. IT It fully satisfy YOU your grocer will, refund your money. (Winnipeg Free Press) Hon. Duncan .Marshall, minister of agriculture for arrived in Winnipeg this morning on his way east where he will make arrange- inonfE for special exhibits to be shown at the Dry Farming Congress 'to be held at Lethbridge during next Oc j lober. Mr. Marshall stated .that M was his intention to see. both the members of .Manitoba and Ontario governments to get them to take part in the congress. Farmers there, he rilild, fire just beginning to understand lhat dry (arming meant good farming and the resul: was lhat they were taking great interest .in October's meeting jind would send up repre- sentatives. Mr. .Marshall swld that at (he pres- ent time there was every indication of the congress being.thu largest ever held in Canada and probably ihe Am- erican continent. Ue also interview- ed Ihe members of the various rail- roads to get th-em to .run special ex- cursions through. ihe provinces -.'or the benefit of those wishing to at- tend, 1 In speaking- of the recent bye-elec- tions' in Alberta., the minister said heir vnlu-e to the government mmeriKc as they were not only a vin- dication of the Sifton policy in the province but also a vindication of Liberalism in Alberta. The farmers In that province .wanted two lr.insjiorln.tjon and better markets Both lliinHs the Sifloii gov< monl, willi its live policy, was'trying to for them. Mr. .Marshall will leave for ihe easi tonight. ALBERTA TO SPEND THREE MILLION IN SCHOOLS IN 1912! EDMONTON. LETH BRIDGE AND CALGARY ALONE OUTLAY NEARLY TWO ICdmonton, Jiinu I he there will ho raised by de- bentures for the purchase o( school sites ami the erection of school builri- s in Alberta a total sum which ac- cording to present estimates will not fall short of praulcnlly double last year's total of n sum which wll! exceed llw exjion- dltnro of any previous couple q-f years In the history.of the province. I Although-only months of tho year have yet [KiWierl, there are pro- nosed to date loans for :in aggregate sum of ja.-lol.TSa, while of these a very large proportion have already' bcon authorized by ihe department of education. In the three cities of lid-j monlon, Calgary and alone) no less .ihan will be spent If nil of the'debenture Issues arc ap- proved by the department, h'thiionloit' school hoard-has. been authorized; to spend in the acquirement of, sites nnd the erection and equip- J men! of buildings; Calgary will seek authority lo raise ami Leth- I bridge expects to raise a sum of ?UO.OIMl. In addition there .ire 10S small issues, [or urban ami rural school districts straitered the province which have received ilie' sanction of the minister for an ag- j grcgale snni of The school j board of Olds hopes to gain permis-l sion lo raise a. loan of JIID.OOO nnd j that of OkotokB to raise I Following, .the wave of settlement! in the far northwest, conies a demand, f for increased educational and :the hinterland is likely to engage j the attention of ihe department from j this lime on in a greater degree than] ever in Ihe past. The new school dis-J trict of Peace Kiver Crossing, organ-; ized last year, has applied for sanctio of a debenture Issue, and a schuo site acquired and u scliool bulldii] erected in the near future; The da when education in the norlhlau could be left lo I lie; volunteer eh'or of.ihe Roman Catholic and'Anglicfti and other churches Is passed, and li (ue very the whole o the uorrion of tiie terrilor. which lies north and west oC ICduion Ion will be doited with school house and supplied with educational equip incut- to me-et their needs. Since the beginning of (he yea 128 school districts have been foruici or one -ne'w district for practlcall every day in the year. During- tli1 12 c? '1511, 252 school trices were organized. JUNE SALE .OF Crown Derby Cut Glass And Fine China __________ ___ _ j______________ ____________ We are ready [or the June you? If you are not we can help you a few timely suggestions in a complete stock 20 per cent, off i Crown Derby "We hnvc orit! of ilio finest patterns, in Iliis famous Unglish product. The design slioivs n combination of large conventional patterns and, t'loi.al sprays of rich, reds, co- balt blue and gold. Heavy gold edges; fiill gold knobs and .handles. 20 per cent, off Elite Limoges French China liiivc three patterns lo cliooae ii broad cqlii band wlili sold hundlea and fancy solj border, full RoUl handles nnd knobs, or enrlniulE or pink roses in deli: calo tones of purple. 25 per cent, off Elite Cut Glass This is unquestionably Ihe flnosi. pro- duct of Ks kind in the ciiy. Our stock in tins department is complete 20 per cent, off All Fancy China Including: Tea Sets. Chocolate Berry Seis, Bon Bon Dishes, etc., etc. oeo our window. H. A. McKILLOP CO. SEES WAR UNDER ROOSEVELT Atliinla. Ga., June np (.'olonol llooFevclt as n "luingJ. former Governor Frank llaiiiy of in- iia 'aaserled lhat had Colonel lloosevoli hclil (lie during the Mexican crisis, nnd been 'backed by a powerful army and -navy, he would have devastated thla country with The remark mndc during his tlcbnio hern last nlcht wllh Richmond Pcnreon Ilobson on ihe qiicstlon "He- solved, .ihnl the lulled Stutes should control ihe seas." ANNUAL MEETING ENGLISH LEAGUE HELD London. June minnal meet- ng of the Assoclntlon Football league vas held on Monday, when iiropara- IOIIB were made'for Ihe r-omlng sea- .cn. l.cmlB Clly was iM-elcctcd o fill the vacancy In the Second Dlv- slon. NEWSPAPERMEN AND THE TARIFF PRESS ASSOCIATION DIVIDED ON ASKING REMOVAL-OF DUTY ON PRINTING MACHINES 0-tiawa, June the fifty-fourtli annual of the Canadian Prea which opened today in ihe Chateau Laurier, a discussion which was not on the programme, de veloped when President Young an nounced the appointment of a com mitlec lo wait on the government order to 'request the removal ot" the duty on typesetting iiincliiires and pans of printing presses. An appoint inent had been arranged by the ex eciitlvc with Premier Hordcn and th Hon. Messrs. and Reid, minis of Finance nnd Customs, respect irelr. Mr. Hal Uonley, of the Slmcoe.Re former, asked if the association as a whole had resolved to wait on government, with this rccjuest, "or an- I the only member who docs not wish to so lo ilie government wiili such ji he Mr. Norman Smith (Ottawa Free J'res-t) Joined Mr, Donley in opposing the dcpnlation. "Jt is a peculiai ihing for us to aslr he staled "En view of tho Tact that the people of Canada turned down this very ihiiiff, as In Ihe reciprocity schedule, typesetting machines were on the j have nothing to iiro'terl Ihe way of manufacturers of typesetting Mr. W. M, Givena (Klngs- lon rejoined, "and I ani hearlily In favor of Mr. GJVOIIB then.made n formal mot ton to the of- fecl. Iliat the delegation be. appointed to tiHk the government to remove the dniy on typesetting machines. Ills motion 'was seconded by J, Taylor (Woodstock who de- clared that he. did not cDiwMcr tho present tariff on Ihe machine a rev- enue pruducing larlff only. Mi'. li. (St. Cnlhnrlnc am opposed lo (his mo- lion. T want to ace these manuract- urcrs of prcascs and typesetting Ina- chlncs forced to come Inlo Canada, ao lhat we can have the iimde-lii-Ca- nadn labor on nil our machines." (.'ol. .1. 11.'.McLean, trade newspaper publisher, Toronto, moved In'amend- in (Mi I lo Mr. Glvcn'fl inollon that tho rlnpiilnl'Ioii wait on ihR govtirnmenl, uid rccpicsl the removal of-dnly on typesetting machines until such a time, an they In Canada. "They will never lie inridc hi CUB- ada at Mint commented a mem- ber. Alter desultory discussion, Ihe amendment was then put, but wtis de- clared lost, only half .a dozen sup porting Col. McLean. On the main motion there wag .ii standing' vote, it carrving by a ma- jority of HI least '2 to 1. Subsefluently a deputation waked on lion. W. T. White Dr. Hciil. After listening to Ihe press men, Mr. White stated that he agreed with many of the arguments which had been advanced. Thu tax on ihe news- paper prt-ss WHS, in a sense, he said, a tax' on Intelligence, because it ad-ded to the cost of. the dally and weekly 'papeix JJoirever, lie could not make any promises, but 'tho-matter would receive, tho consideration of the 'gov- ernment. THE CLAIMS OF PIONEERS Winnipeg. June Robert liogers, .Minister of the Interior, will receive a delegation of pioneers of Ru- pert's Laud on June J2. when Iha pioneers expect, 10 receive- intimation, of the decision arrived at. by Ihe Do- minion government in response to lha address.to his Royal Highness the Governor-General unanimously pass- ed by the Legislative Assembly oC in support, of the long" s laud ing claims of the original whlto settlers of Manitoba and His North- west Territories, prior lo their sur- render to' Canada. INDSOR SALT is the best SALT, rOW do I know that Windsor Table Salt is pure? I'll show you. .r--" "Look at the salt how clear .and transparent and perfect the crystals like little diamonds. v- "Now taste that: they dissolve instantly. And they leave no bitterness on the tongue. "1 am sure of Windsor Salt quality. the only salt we recommend for table use and for WINDSORTABIESALT ;