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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIPGF, DAILY HERALD Saturday, 21; 1913 "Ypu ha ye a comfort kitchen the hottest summer dayif you use aV Neyjfergdlibn: Oil Cook-stoVe No Ashes.; No Dirt. Furnished wirh'J, 2 and 3 bumcii.Vvith shelf and rzcts lor keepingifood hot; and indicator on oil cant For tsst rcixiks use Stuck carried a; all chief points- THE IMPERIAL OILCQMPANY p. ii- T i constituency drenched with liquor Resolution tailing iaylor to Disprove CKatgesv- Free' Piess. Makes Statement for the.purpose ol "debauching: (be -li'lus said that, while It does not undertake-to'denue Mr. Taylor's leitl.responilbiiUy, if any. there U a moral he- cannot tecauie la way, he muEt liive been cojclraat of the cbar- RCter ol the cacopaiiiQ which was be- upon hii stock reply to these statements m5J-e byJtbVConjenfailves them'to" be .true a'nd by the Con- :fcb OeUuateV when mallei- v. J. fc. My, how a on x -Everyone who ixattreia hi the 13 dtlijhted it is so It.' It -is built-up" in layers oi the finest ntp biautiftil defray layers by special aatoaiitlc machinery, Every stigc is'iBsptcttd, Tiers- is no fceittr jrasttriss made in ths World than> "Mide in the West foi people wiat If your dctler has no: got il write us will tell you where you cza gel it. lie member for-CfcraH or ought not to [be a member ofjthij conference, and [further, if they fcare not true, these (newspapers .are 1 guilty, cot oply -of blasting the repletion nt Mr" Taylor but of subTOMins't'publlc morality; "And whereas ails' conference and the public genera'iy 13 In doubt until these charges are (either substantiated or disproved, "Therefore in the Interests allaa personal and public welfare we call upon the Manitoba Free Press end the Tribute, either-to or lo produce such evidence before the proper au- thority as vlvifuUr.'aubstaiitlate _ M. acd Thus either faiten' moral suilt upou. or unsWt Mr. "Taylor; "And upon Mr, E. ei'Jfer'to clear-himself -be- fore the "or toTfr 'And T.-je'dire x im'.said ttat the "reason Is not appealed ,1s because there, is no law in this proricce so far as Con- servative ibelr election, irregularities carry. leXteVst of nufqiie ndvanceTlhf k aets'of piracy and flut- In by-election''list ,Of the Manitoba legislature, took mid- night, of '.if hotel, within miles fnd begsrUan all night partlcipale'd in by'all fish io IhVneJsb- doing so he broke'th'a Doiaiuloh 0'eciloa1 law and trampled provincial -Hguor lav' The Was- h> "pro1 HVhy, he v -'v-Tbe tie openly cd the) atl c Icuplad Mr7 " i follows! by a profcBj duced trtis rascjutlon on Ueo cot elec jresponslbkity. -ll haye not Citizen. This 'for any one the motion, orl lo practically, every 'indeed tha motion to any'one.j person -in to the, local ion to any'one. -in vill e ofWuty -prompts rte to i which 'Is' pers f-" ut' pi aaaat, and workers, j, June A gec- irous thdwer .of rain on Tuesdiy forccocn aiad" roIlowinE up t late-grain are feeling better over the prospect. The-firet In Dee-Four wasj tafee this anything bi will be Itable'tu Taylor I bavo hiiwn' peraonally for'sospei aa years, and istateir-eats otbtr hand, -for some of regponsible appears in the [for the matter held 'at'the reeldence of Mr. and press'and- tie Trib-jne'to be- 0. Green's Friday evening tbe that' they publish" either wtre gathered for the i malicious or imfonadeA BEatements. {Still furtner, from Untfependent sour- known imjlar statements are matte and among [erfully. Thoie fellows, yho -put In occasion and a merry time" was had. U y-.- ____________'__________ Inisters of the ospel a_a' there was noth- to take the .jroECcutlons trouble for qmCDt lhe> find them 'powerful se- by a When I. are you as careful about salt you j as you are about the flour ,or.baking powder? :j Poor salt will rum'a !jiB8t as' flour. In the i ij the tablej-use the .fine, gufe; r A any i serious this formidable anil machine wilh IIF brigade of cret including .thVofftcials; silk-hatted aad frock-coaled respect- ables on" the sky line anci its Huuter- ranean taproots running into every anything 'lees I serious .than murder hellhole In the province. 'The mach- of, the Itv, -the conslables, asu1 the min'or'magistracy." jf_the'case were to the Liberals of. Glmli; experience bas shown a pro'iesl Is as a. means of exposing election crookedness. A protest rnay worry an opposition member; but a mlnlsleriallst regards U as a Joke. It takes but llitle legal lagenutty tu Liberals to bring them" lo justice, j keep U In the air for one or tuo years They were improperly liberated oh'during which lime much of 1tic evi- dence upon which it is based car be systematically obliterated: ard If an end'comes to these subterfuges a solution or the appointment of the member, .whose seat is attacked, to ini openJ public offico out court would probably have "uncovered! the protest acJ malies machinery which plugged some impossible. ing of Ine court, Illegally held, .upon payment of a. fine, which did not come out of their pocket's. A two hundred votes' Iri the SL James'. polls This had to fee stopped at all hazards; and stopped ,it "wis by the prostitution of the machinery of jus- tice.- Nothing short oYa'poVefful Citizens Committee .with a 'war cheat of from fifty one .dollars and a sjnear head enf In' the province, will 'eVer .rrtalte t the case of th. red-handed officialdom was.exerUd not tb'punish ball by a partisan 'magistrate, and aialemenls were flnally set free'.at a secret meet arc tnie or, uottrue. only as sp'eciflCjendence' U_brought before duly coastiUited_ "As. to the or'-lounoral h Labor IJnrest venom_Trith ishicti' il altac'' y ib'e ir.diiidua] who'de- by' -tlic light upon it. election protest. is doubtless London, June unrest pre- vails tbrou'gn the Black that great -Over j m f In the tube I "i i oui on strike for some time for shorter hours higher wages 'and better" conditions generally, and the grievances, are threaten- ing to Join'them. Unless the matters In dispute are speedily adjusted all the Blaclf Country aeon will be Idle. The men are organizing march- es throughout the The tribunal before nhlch the Gtmli rharges can he tried, as by Mr. does not exist. Uut workers who have-not yet Struck to Join them. com- plain tnat'tbe system of flnn and conUnual'ch'inginp'depriVM them of nn unfair pit lion of wliat 'they hstre rork hard to earn, tbat nagei ud coadltlona un- bearable. 7 In a' areit in an y. R for' f S i Ther wanL'2'ocjniorft'a'iraei: to bring their watea ''iSar'thls every day ,'frbm- ssoraluS uutfl in. tnd the work li to hard they ft ibould be done by 'men rather fercncp may Eome Influence with the Manitoba, goternmunt. let it demand a mcTcileis inquisition Into the Olmli election, in which the complete opera- tions of both parlies shall tie revealed !o the world. The government has power lo appoint such a, commission. Properly equipped with power anrt auitab'.y instructed to. make a COIP; arid'searching "enquiry and ah- t can be treated. The con- jalysiB of the 'entire election1 Tbe re1 a late he -The vigorous reply to tteJ cbnftrence dis; cussioD, as follows: 1 The MelhodUU'artd Gimll The reference in the Melhodiit con- ference at Erandoa to the Glmli tton'and tbe relation thereto of B. L. a leading layman t of ibe Methodist rhnrcb, is one of the multi- plying signs that public opinfon in ihfs province Is awalcenln; from Its ______. apathy "with regard (o'lhe character and COD due I of bur Sectoral contfrBla, H feiicojrdges the hope, sdll faint, liowevcT, that, the rn'le so long, honored'irt tbls province that nothing mVltef's tut the will be replaced by a'n-obligatlori, enforced by the puV lie, upon-both to fighl'fatrly. .Whal the Free about Olmll and about Mr. Taylor can be U has aald thit the Glmli election the worst province Ihst U represented the bighwatcr mark of electoral yfHalny that the electors browbeaten', cijolod bribed and bought1 that conMllu tncy was over-riin b_y hundreds of election workers, many o( (beta undesirable cUlzeut; and. thai. 'REV, M. C. A, KINSOALE The Presbyterian- to foreigners of who tfeftndf lh6M tu and diSc comralsslon could, ss the remit of little energy an3 eoierprEse, tell a story of low electtona are fought and ibat would ftir into life the inoat torpid conscleoces in this province. It-would be a hard blow to our pride in Manitoba as a civilized land; but it would do more to purify our civlo life- than ten tec- iTi.unexccptloDa.bl6 languigf, on s'uct iopics 'as the ciplea of present-day Jw 'Maple Buck tutft food, and it's no wowW mthen JTUIJ-. .fcJk) to fpenJ tW Buck 'are nodung mcce thu the Wtt ol i rhiifti iKe doctor would to cKtU. TKc dcKctle child 'can difeit flitoC ol Bock u estirely oW to dw btrt ehocoUle. Til- velvety tejtore frindmg tKcougri mniooerabie ited MAPLE BUDS They're Not MAPLE BUDS Tber. COWAfTS ;