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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 rin: DAILY HKHALD I'riduv, OHobor II. ltt'12 L.C.TEEPLE High Class Groceries, Fruits and Confectionery Breakfast Foods Corn Flak.'. Force. fo (irapii Post Toasti Sundries L- for CilCI! i> for Maliiv Vila. 'Buck Wheat Creiuil of Wheat. 2 for ....'I5c. Rolled Oats. Sllis..........-lOc. OerniaUe 40c- Corn Mt-al 40c Gralium Fruits and Vegetables Snows. Wealthy. Oravenstein. per box Spies, per box Orapes, per basket Orunues, per dor. ..........20c. Green Tomatoes, per ID. ...04c. Qpp, Court House Olives, new All kinds fwi To .lelly 1'ovi'tiers, ;t for 2 for Curniiuy. l'i for Fancy Sfti'ct Biscuits, 35c, 5Dc. and all per bottle Red Cross. Sour, mixed lleiiu. sweet........... Huchered, sweet mid set Heinx, India KelUh real ground fresh, per Hi. >nt just 15c.' per Ib. 25c 60c. l's I'li-kle-i. 30c. 25c. 50c- 53c. 35c. blend. 40c. all packag i he besl brands per m. A Me, 60c. Ptiaoe 515 HOME RULE FROM UNIONISTS Political Prediction Balfour's Party May Give Ireland Autonomy, c'rpiitti an Irish Catholic uuve ihrough the iiiultipllfaliou ot peasant proprietors. But at the pres- ent time tills force is mil available, rntll Hem.'. Is passed the Irish Nationalists will a pnu-tli-ttlly from io thc> opponents of sell- yovt'rnment. Irish 1'iiiouisU, there- fore, art- the only support on which Hritlsli Tories can rely iu Ireland, mid !t is ihis (luit yivo.s I'lsicr such a pro- poihloiMltng weight In the councils oi Hie party at Hut with Mr. fOiiinoml behlml Hi'1 I'niouiyt party, ihe laitt'i could force through ItigislKtKiti. however repugnant to iho of the IMster Oran.neuii'ii. r'or HMlUiry.jwo tnieslioiiH Kept SIR GEORGE DIDN'T VISIT CITY Sir George the industrial peace-maker of Creat Britain, will not he a visitor to The noted English suisesnian return- ed to Ottawa last outlay, going direct tiom Frank. in Calgary .mid. immeiliately on the passing of the aci. Hua. Kins Sir William .Mulook came to Calgary and effected a settlement of i Lindsay Crawford in Toronto Satur- day Msht) With tilster In the Umeli.iiht. ami I rumors of impfinHiij; civil war, it may i M'um rather absurd lo ask the ques- 'lion, Will the I'nionisu snuu Home Hule to Ireland1.' And yel the cuu- vicliou ii growing .iniminy quarters that to tiie rnionist party t'lill 'ht> I task oi' satisfying tlu> Irish nauoual; half a dt-iiiaml, j laud in a turmoil of strife It is nevt-r .-ale lo prophecy iu re- problem and the question of unh j-.nnl (o political events. It is the that always happens. Kuk'.may com.s after a bill Or and pro- traded Or it may arrive like a thief'in the nighi. Civil war' may our iu the north; or lh? i whole movement, engineered by Sir' Kdwiml Carson and Captain may collapse like ;t pricked bubble! one ciui with certainty say what i lies in ill? womb of Time. Hut there' are signs and portents which it were foolish to iynoi-f. The steady of ihe tide NT bye-election? in [.he Unit- i ed Kingdom, the Liberal-Labor split. the dwindling aUeiHiauce of members in the House, combined with an ab- sence of enthusiasm for auvernmeni i measures throughout ihe country, ad-i mil of bin one conclusion. cdiicaliou. .The land qiit'siio carried by foiiimou consent by the i Unionists after a btixulv I The I'niversitlos Act, wiiirh uphaHMl passion much as Home Hulc, was carried by tl'f1 UheralB; through the connivance of the 1'nloii-! iai leaders. The same iliiui; hapjien- j ed in connection with ihe Kins's ilec-! Unit um. Tho" leaders the aiuentlinenr. their support and (he The Other Appeal Liberal .strike which was the of lona." j stnniliugfV The passing of the Acl j was a direct result of the trouble ex- v perieuced in ihe suttieuient of the Sir .iu MOU-' Lethbridge coal miners' strike in 1905 dny afternoon at Frank where the 06. it gentlemen conferred wkh President j M.ners uupos.. n Vice Ibidem J-0. Jones ami Sir George, during Ins conference Secretary Carter of District 18, M; [ivlili rhe miners' executive asked many A." and a too with Secretary Jas.'l concerning the wortnng of Biirke of the Bellevue local. [the act In ihe aeillemeut of the last Sir Ueor-e is president of j two disputes between the miners and thv Board Trade of ,the British I operators in this coal field. The exec- of Commons, and Mr. Mitchell utive is strongly aguhist the act, and is (leiiuty commissioner. Their visit to advised against Its adoption in ihe (nnada'ls for the purpose of Investi-Soid Country, they believe It Is im- fiatlng at first hand the workings of j fair to tto men. In fact only one the Lemieux Act. in the setlleimrtu j union in Canada has voted as being of industrial disputes. Sir Ueorge be-j favorable to a continuance of the act. in- piirticulnrly prominent ibis re-! From Ottawa Sir George to E.ird in the old country. j Washington. U. C.. where he will con- The visit of the. Knalisli statesman fer with Samuel Gompers and others to the. Crow's Xesi Pass district was of the executive of the American Fed- particularly imporfant. because of thejeraiioii of Labor, after which he will fid that the first time the act was! return to E-iighinrt for the session. He applied in the settlement of an indus- j has promised to conw to Canarin again Ulal dispute iu Canada wins during j next year if no general election takes (onl fifrike of IMOT. At that time the place, and act was before the House while the j fully rhe operators and miners were conferring i country. S will then -study more linstrinl questions of this AVONMOUTH IS SUGGESTED PORT MR. BURNS SAW COVER Duke Pleased to Learn of Plans for the Dry-Farming Congress riwier threats fizzled out like a squib. Lenst Resistance That Home Rule will tome in the same way.-following the lines of least is as certain as that day follows night. The t'ister Orange- j i man so long as his leaders lend their; i countenance to his unreasoning cppo-j i sltion. will refuse to bow the knee j cannot to an Irish Parliament. But when the! now be relied upon to complete its.: Ulster anti-Home Rule dramatic clubs j program before another, appeal to the have accomplished their task country. Tbe Unionists probjtbly will driven Lloyd-Ueorye and'the Liberals i return to power, and may further bo: jrbin power, from thai moment Ulster j .strengthened by defections from the will cense to be a dominant factor nt j Liberal parry, .Mr. nuirchill's Westminster, 'the Ulster Scot may application of the federal principle' he will not be driven. Home! ridicule on the whole rjuestioit i Rule will come by consent, not as a: .yoke of hiimillatjun for any section of :iie Irish nation. What prospect there of the Brit- ish Tcries to the Irish de-' nunid ,for self-yovernment So for as' .the recognised leaders of the Tory! j party in Britain is concerned, there "fundanieiiial objection to Home: on tiie subqixiiuate lines of the. 1 present bill. Differences of opinion er- may exist its io the control of custom? j 'xt j ami minor details, but thy abstract' of the Holism; of has til; j ready been conceded by Unionists, i Since wheif t-ariiarvan, the j Lord Lie'iuenaijl'i'br Ireland, 'acted as. an intermediary betv.-een the Conser-1 vatives and tiie air has; btetr.'thick 'of Unionist-5 plotr? to satisfy Irish muinnal J mcnt. This wag notably UK- case when j Sir, Anthony, Lortl MarrDunneH, I was brought from India In 5902 to fill tlip .otlice of lUsfeT-Secretary for Ire- land, r i j An Irishman, a Roman Oaihulic, and j ;i Liberal. ,Sir Anthony went to Dublin j Castle to initiate an alternuiive policy i to the'regime of coercion which ihej Times and ihe Orangemen urged Mr. i Balfour to pursue. .The AVyndhaui j scheme of laud purchase and (be I'm-: Act were the epart ment. Hero Is a that is Eold all over Canada for Iltii; and a pairs to clear. He member they Scorch knit, heather socks. All on Sale at Pull Down Comforters, covered with Art SilkoSiue in luilf a dox.en daiuty and designs. Positively- the best comforter you ea.ii buy for the money. Fine Wool Cashniere Hose 25c Aii ther lot of those fine rilibed it II- woo! cash- mure hose in sky, (an., while and black, that caused .such a rush last Saturday, Sixes from to TVj, none Itirger. Womee's Black Wool 75c a pair can Tim last lot of thwe lUtick Tighis thut'wc btl'or you at this low price. Tor Saturday wo htive five down in nsaorlvd siy.Bs. Actual'fl.OO value. English Walking Gloves pair 95c e have had- ninco strifes ask you pay more. All l-liebe the Sirs; oi' Keptfinber. Other for Jiii'erior yloves, why now in stock, fr Dutch Bonnets the RT T'i! 1 in_ew Inings 61.25 each A knitted .bonnet in (he regular Dutch fityla. iSoniethiuj? .a lit.tle ditierein from the Aviation ui' last soiison. Shad-is nf navy, white, nwi, Copenhagen and many other colorings. D_enfo_ 1 j 0 Dqgsk i n oves _ _______ Another biy yiiau for the men You can- not buy a Dent Dogskin plove for a dollar any other place in Try it and see. We have 100 pairs to sell ou Saturday. one e Night-Gowns for Night gowns in flaniifiett? ihat ai'e considorrd by our ctistooitirs as tht- hcsr vain-.? they have seen for a long while. White or pink, all J thotits who likc-t y -novelty for their kiddies here i? the new Anve; ican nijrht dresses. I'a- .jniniis in pink, .sky, fawn, with animal pictures lo n't -1 to !-l averse 10 a drastic iu I rnmum of Ireland alon-; n-d-'i par j i Ins r as tno1'- inftiifMifo wielded by the I'lsler y in I'niouisi ctmiK-ils hns been nil to Ms numerical aml would b thf: SOV eral lim Mr. l-oiiK is a keen spori.smau and has a broader vision Mmn most of had to be met and solved. The j colleagues. Me brought up in Ire- result was a 'pnu-.tical scheme, which bind 'and has no narrow prejudices the very first promise the nu e. He refusci: to join Iiennaiit'-iicy. i" the olijections lo Irish "Or. as I would venture tu out government. He ba.s knocked tho to some of my enthusiastic llonu- Rule t prups from under ihci rnionirit friends in Canada, the federation of; tion by two. recein At. ila not. acrompMslicd without t Salford. holic. majority will tranijih' upon tiie f'rofcstjsnt minority. That is j nr.mniirtnt. to which I never at- I t ached any importance." The Strange Ending The funitMiiietiTai objoctious remove ed. iht; other difficulties, of an econ- omic and fiscal character, could be .solved at ;i round table as tin: Irish land question was discussed HIM! virtually su'Uktl. ;uid as Canada set I In BALFOUR'S METAPHOR Hrat. A New Party n- dri'smi of -Mr A. .1. I four and of Mr. George Wyndham to j Waller l.o rotifedcnuion. Mr. Waller; v.............., the 12th of October. 1011.1 I.OIIK is; an Impcriali'-t. He has won i much iireliminary work by Sir.lobn A.ihe declared: "1 have never made thej tile ronfideurr- of ihe 1'lpfc.r Si-ot. Ity Hlliiolhl-s frank on public IIUPR-' LI as other save- Mr. to ino'ltsnilo i.-JasscK in the com-! Will it fall .to tin: lot, of Mr.U- Mncdoiiald and those who favored the federation." There is nothini; in all this to imii- catf that yiv't-n ihe opportunity. Air. leader of his party, assertion Unit Irishmen were .And iiKiiin: "Mr. TtfMlmond rhai-j-es Tnioni viih saying that uiulor houm Lcndon. Oci. lll.--Sppnkinp Scotland. Ar- iiuir .1. Balfour made il vigor- ous nrlack ou Home Kulf. He described Winston Churchill's proposal to have iiit.urcs ihrotiKh tho I'nited Kingdom as by decimal fractions. ;