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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LI5THBRIDGE- DAILY IIEttAI.D The highest standard ot perfection Bourassa, the Right Hon. L. Harcouri, colonial had stated post- liat the committed ol defence was purely an and could not under circupntances become a body decider on of 'policy. The fiaid deelaicu, Mr. lUrcourl ai- ded. oa all uutteri of forelcn policy tut alwtyi rttuafn the sole prero- gative of Brltith. cabinet In vi ot aucb, aa auertlon Mr. Boura contended, vas full! 8 Jor the Con- servative patty to that Canadi For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon perfection has aitained by rears of careful study. There ib co "j'jst aa good" Insist oa Blue Ribbon Coffee. Tea, Baking Powder, Jelly PovTders and Extracts. They are guar- anteed lo give periec: satisfaction. Borden's Erstwhile .Ally Comes out Strongly Against any Assistance Edmonton, June Canadi- an national obligations should be meascced by the 'of her oa- ttonal privileges a'nd llberiiw. and [hit the sole control of the army and lay with the BrltUb, I'ariii- aod England, bear tbe wbole cost of Imperial defence, formed tho basic principles of the Nationalist conception of Imperial relationship u defined by tUary Bourassa, the leader, at a public meeitng In tbe Kmpirft auditorium last evening. Cauidt and tnp other colonies, said Mr. Bourassa, bad absolutely no control and no voice in the government of the Empire. The people of the Halted Kingdom, their parliament, were the Eole and absoluia masters of the Km pitv. Did a question of external pol Icy arise, Canada wa's not consulted, the decision lying solely with the British Parliament. Mailers of Tor elju ix-latlops ftere arraused by Eng Ii5h diplomats and settled by tlie English Parliament, none of ibe col- oatea being consulted in the matter. As the British people absolutely acd wholly control Ihe array and Mr. Bourassa maintained tbat Joey should be responsible" f beneath Canadian dlsnity, as a self reipecting people, and afialnst th at Ottawa Mr. BourasEa contended thai Can ada's part in Empire building lay no In the, privilege of armaments but by building up tbe great pea'cefu Institutions of trie country. .Mr, Bour assa appnned of adeqjate tection of Canadian territory, and at the puttiug of tbe sea shore and harbara ot ibo Dominion into a fatr'stato of defence, but he empbai tcally protested the donattc' ot money "for a purpose with untc! Canada had no concern. Ratber tha: throw away the buge sum in this man ner, he said, let the niouey be devote to completing Ihe work's of peac nhicb. were so urgently needed by th farming anci by the trad and "commerce tbe Coniinion ,Tlth a revolver. One of tbe bullets Lit I.Eeut. Hilmi Bey. in, the chest and anotber-entered tbe 'foot of the eiam- magistrate, accompanyins tbe po- June AS minia- ture .battle here today be- uveen a police' detachment and "a 2ia, supposed 'to be one of the at- fasslDs of tbe late Grand-Vizier Mah- moud Skeffeet Pasha. Zia was telly wounded and a judge and a police officer were struck by bullets. Tbe police officers wound la likely to be fatal T he police proceeded parlr this morning to a house on Piraeus street nd immediately beean sbonting Works "of national IrriportaGCE and Ira perial 'urgency; cleimci would require air the efforts, sfcill an pat riot Canadians for'many gen eratlons lo coinej- The developmen of the huge" natural resources of th scores of year to comt, VoaIdEinT61ve more publ! IGandpaSausTHISE Little Boys 1 "GOOD" is right. Pure chocolate, pure milk and pure Maple Buds we. They're not only good lo the ttstc they're nourishing and wholesome. Tlie children may eat all they want. Maple Buds their craving for sweets and at the same lime build up their little bodies. Buy Maple Buds at your grocery. Teach the child ic a io their pennies (or these wholesome COWANS MAPLE BUDS Loolt tot IW They're not Maple unless they're COHAN'S aoj THE COWAN CO. Limited Toronto. Oat. Moms oco Moir's Chocolates have an individuality Ttfaat is unmistakeable. We select thcl F cocoa husk and clean theml J the cocoa butter and cane and flavor with vanilla beans. The! WHOLE is then put through a grinding! process for re6nes everyf particle and renders our chocolate coating absolutely smooth, giving it dividual delicious flavor. .The chocolate Is then applied to the many varieties j of in attractive t boxes and offered to you" aV'ttie j finest chocolates on the market Moirii Limited K AMP AX.'Ciff A. acd there have been no bogey to raise of the' danger to Canadian merchandise. Without conB'Jltlns Canada, IIr. Bourasia said, tbe British representatives had refused to agree to the .immunity of sea-bora traffic la Ume of war. .-Such an agreement would have rendered Canada's mer- chandise absolutely Hcure, but tbe Hce. police returned the flrej In the eiiprem- aad shortly afterwsrda entered the bouse lo rind Zia suffer Ing from a fatal wound. Tbe figntiag however, was not over and U was found -to call troops to astlst the police in captur- ing the houie. Some of Zla's com- panions bad retreated to the .top floor where they maintained a hot fight. The besiegers thea made tc- storm the houat. where they had heard Zia Ins1. Tfccy surrounded the hld- There are at present nearly H.OOO children beltreea the ages of U and 1ft employed in the factories of New York state. OilCoo'k-stew Don't Break Your Back To Baste Your Bird The New Perfection Stove with the New Perfection oven is just the convenient height. .Everything about this new stove is just right. It bakes, roasts, broiisand toasts to perfec-' tion, and it docs not heat up the kitchen. Made with I, 2- and 3 burners. Stocks carried at all chief points. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY' Longed Toronto, VatKturer, Halifax, Rtyaltti Oil It Ibi ttil Itr.fforail ittvti y of the British fleet, had persisted preserving the, tight of piracy. hat claim, asfced Mr. Boiiraua, had rlUln to solicit aid from Canada so ng as she maintained an> 'attitude etrimeou. to tbe interests of jhe opinion? Mr. Bourassa maintained that the ery (act of the British government ontinuing to recognlie the right to elze merchinl vwsols 'Implied tba Brftfta fleet lupreme, and as as it was assumed -that British aval power impregnable then as no need for Canada to offer as is lance. -That any benefit which Canada might from (he Imperial nary was simply obtained In an Incidental manner wai contended by Bouratifc. Britain, ho did not keep a oavj; or the protection' of Canada, but for heir own defence, a fleet being ary to keep the tea open. fc were declared. Mid Mr. Bouracsa, acd no food allowed to "ca- the. country, Britain would brought to subjection, in a >ery few iaya through starvation. Any pro- action which CiamJa might receive, according to Mr. merely ac- crued as a consequence of tiwt 'situ- ation. Maintaining that KnjOand bad con ered Canada and kept it as the had done the rest of the Empire, increly 'or her oftn seU interest, Mr. Bouras- 33. slated that Britain nwed naval pro- tection lo the .Dominion as -a duly. The only duty devolving upon Can- ada, he added, protection ol her own terrrtory, as tbe onTy portion of the Kroplro over fhkh abe cises any real tontzol. Thl .f atratn, Mr. nouraasa averred would continue lo ftiit as had been nlalcd hy the Mor, Mr; Doherty in i'JlO, so long aa the United Kingdom atone exclusive of tho for eign affairs of the Xfr. no-.iraisa -on1 to contenc that there had been no alteration ii Canada's uositlo'n slnco 1910. -At tti Imperial conference of he said Prime the Hon Mr. Aaiuilh, that ihe power 6f rteci-Jing'raalters'o imjorlancft' coaJJ b red by I tic col.oniea. Mr. to tHit the 10 caller] Canadian th-i committee of Imperial be metefy An ornament who bo useful 4n U'Sing.bucif of iho Hrltfth to 0 of the Can- ada lo Imperial slatious In Mr. Bourassa riainUIiied that' be advisable hat" the' shouJil emain undisturbed. Should any alter- ation'be inde'pendence, with or Hnfe ot common crowa, but on a firm bails of friendly "rela- tion with. Great'. Britain, 'the-United States and was the-form uE government considered most desirable by ..Mr. EJouraisa. Consldering the Ideal of a closer re- lationship between the mother, coun try and Canada in opposition to th ST. JilLDA St., Kilda, June conditions here are good. Wheat, oats and [lax cover tlie ground well, and in many places are-ten to' IweUa Inches' tall. One of the most elaborate eodal functions held in this part for some time'was that on Friday even- ng at tbe home of .Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Rosco. About fifty guests present, some from all parts of the surrounding country. A fine musical programme given aud dancing the chief amusement. A bounti- ful repast wag sened at twelve o'- clock, atcer which all enjoyed muatc and dancing the break of day. his week. Hfs horses became un- manageable, 'and be" tbrown fom his at coulee, and rendered uncorodous for a Utne, after viblch ba Tvas 'lBS-'Matle Raahsey IB teaching: school at Grassy Lake. Miss Ethel Ramsay It teachins WesfButte school. Mr, George Ho3s made a 11) Ing trip to this "week on In Ibe of tbe Canndiao people. That policy that Canada acceuled an Imperial po- icy over which she was denied by the British government the slightest share of control 'Tbe Empire auditorium wns filled to cnpacity and Mr. Bourassa received an en thus las Lie reception. Mr. McDovigal, the popular mall carrier, suffered a painful accident MAHRIEO COMEDY ACTRESS London, June 13. Lord Edward Fitzgerald, youngest brother of, the Biike of premier Duke. arq f and of Jreland, was mar- ried fby HccrJBa yes'lerday' the musical comedy act- at the Wadsworth town hall reg- istry office." Edward ln'21 yeart of age. BOURASSA URGED FRENCH SET- TLERS TO HAVE THEIR CHILDREN TAUGHT1 LANGUAGE CHASE AND MOVTOTIAL Edmonton, June BOUT- aesa, the Nationalist leader, la tie course of addreEH at tbe cl ing cession of the French convention last night, said that settlers in tbe roust riot he contented merely with continuing to use the (-'reach language thtmselvea, hut must impress on their chlMren necessity for mat laming ilieir :nother tongue', -tic said Ibat there was only1 one nation in the isocld which haU able to retain fta national char- acterfatics and nalionat entity aftc-r tt had lost its national language, and tbat nation had only been able to do so on amount of special clrcum- sYanfee. -The Irish race, said Mr. had been forced conEtanlly to Kngland for Ino retention of Ihefr national eollly and BO had aenecl racTal rliiirftcteriElics, in" spile of. Ihe losa of language. Just 33 soon aV (he fighting stopped, howeser, Mr. Honras-sa aaid, tho charackilattca of the. race were Icat. In support of hia aUtprnfnl, Mr. fiaitl that in the United Statfi3 Jrlahmen had risen lo pros- perity, and even assisted in the-rul- Jnfe of the country, hut they had edl.lo be Irfebmcn when there woa'ny longer any necewlly to (ight for their rlgbts. .In Scotland, Mr, added, the Highlanders were rapidly losing Mothers -Start Right OPEN the day with a bit of fruit for the sake of', its beneficial acid, per- haps soft boiled a big bowl of the beet cereal nnHIS substance and real taste. It is Ihe rich whole wheat coolced with fine barley malt for 120- You will find raore nour- baVed: and toatted to perfection, t tfcn than other form of cereal.' Try "FORCE" for a ;