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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SBS5 Wean�>% April 2, ms LETaaBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rage 5 ^^^^^ * Irom j?ilum and lime, phosphates. , Made from grape Cream of i�f tar and abs^olutely pure. ltd use is a safeguard to healtK.^JFca: it actually aids digestion, and relieves from all anxiety as to the wholttsomenees of th� food. Oik the other hand eacK attempted impiositien V' of ah d1i�n 1>a upon the consumer is T;a eovot't attack upon the health of. the fan^ily. Of courss, no, :grocer vrould knowingly �ell injurious food' td'his customers; but he haa himrielf been deceived aa to. the ^e character of the cheap powders by their meoiufaeturersy Forewarned, and solicitous for the health of ' her family, the housewife will be influenced to a constant watohfulriess and' a stubborn resietance against the danger. iBaking Powders sold at a lower price than DrwPriceVarcialinostinvariably made from aluim, and therefore in-feriory and prejudieial to health. hi' I mm PiSED BILL THEN TRIED TO DETRAOX FROM CRBOIT DUE TO TKC QOV-' ERNMENT " ' 4 Of SagfWa'i^lMIoh./iwho may become JndoitplSi;; 'Confijrilssiorier top Leth-brldfle^^t^^fali^ry of,$&,000 a year - M/l\> - ? "^F^'^^lf/t or! yqiJ^l^f^oM^ ^kiiidftaut^to'flt; without a sea^i^^Mip iib:rip9'6or>ulge^{Thi8 i�ttUS>ou trade at | keeps It Jusi look fop the trademark' Penmans Limited' LIKELY TO EXTENO STREET RtWAY TO NO. 6 MINE THIS 0 North Lethbridge Proving to be the Money Maker for the Road North Lethbridge continues to provide the lion's share of the passengers for the street railway Bjf&tem.iiiid If the street railway commlttoe can see its way clear to expend the money that part of:the, city la UKaly, to see further railway conBtruotlonthls year. A year ago, when the city took over the woollen mills, $10,000 was appropriated to extend a lino to the mills this year is also considered as being Bufflclent to cause an extension of the railway line in that direction. XC so, it will be. built,east along 5th avenue north. A'llarge volume of the present traffic cpineS'from that direction. '�However, nothing will be done until "the Sn6ney market resumes its nor-m'arThe city has about $10,-IjpO'worth of street railway material in? store,; and about all that it would be necessary to purchase would be rivUs- to make the extensions spoken off: Two miles of line would add greatly to the volume of traffic over the system, and this could be constructed at a cost of $30,000. N HOMESTEADER INVITED TO VOTE TORY AND HASTEN HIS PATENT ' Macleod, March 31.-Monday was a busy?day; around Macleod. Both parties wore � ^otjtingf.'thBir: men- m the field. 'Both sides had their helpert.. Tie various workers will from this date be very courteous' to all tjhey meet; One of Bob Rogers! meninaraed Taylor, struck town_ a few days ago and h�s been enjoyiftg himself. Vile isj;nOt -fl!stranger v,to. some'r^^ western" ways of'having a good time,; and hfr found company -vvhp'will .keep him going Monday he 'drove wijth Patterson.' out to the Mud-Lake-district, where he intended to start an organiaation." Tlioy arrived � at?=a' farm house, -^vhere} after many warm salu-tatidnSj- "he told the man pf the house that they were making him. president of the loca] Conservative association ; also asking if he had re-ceived' his patent;- lot 'his homestead, His reply was that he had his , recommendation He was to!d; thatsja vote for Itfr. Patterspn would hasten his patent. They passed on, >the farmer visited Macleod m the afternoon and handed to one of the workers the''papers left hira by Taylor and Patterson, and remarked that,-he had always heeu a-Liberal, he would vote for^ifton- always and it was no use- them 'wasting their time and material on him 'At the bye-election forty-seven voted,. witli a maiorfty /or the late'Hob. M. McKenzie' of 88 Premier Sifton came in "from-'..t(he, north Sunday evening,- having aici cepted an ' invitation ^ trorti. "Apljini| Mayor,,.B./G-. McDonnell 'to'acooaS p'any the delegation '.m^ the ^riy^te car "Macl6od" from Edmonton -Jhe" prpnlier made many.friends on the. trip, an4, during the^day in MJicJeo'd;' by meeting the farmers frohi^'ajl parts* of ./the coiiistitiiettcy. JThey'iBaV many questions ito, ast-'in' reference"' to ' the, various bills -passed bV ' �'ijlfs, BILL 10 PROTEG HE A. G.McKAY PLEDGES A BILL'T.O � PROTECT TOILERS FROM �DISHONEST MEN government durmg /this Session" just' passed. They wer6;;all satisfied i.\yi^h' the-information on theses jnany,-'(Su^-^ jeots,' and before'!leaving l^imoiassi/rr' ed him of tl\eir spport:, 'i-.-:r^7^{ r,' ; h^'^t'r^ 't/?^' S10Y.flN.J0B m is r no exCITEMIiNT, BOT EV�Ry6ne] doing ALL HE CAN't^qkfc| i With both paftles working haVd'fp? their respective standard-bearorft there is very little change in.-the polj itlcal situation here today. An'' .at; tempt"fifiade to-discredit J. "O.^^OTo'iijaBl-'Llberal-L^bor. 'cand'ldate'" in, thd � e'vaeL Lo't,,tiV;;flft|jor;*.'dlajBseB;. consld'Ul''^* I Bjlmpiy;;tltlieV ^ictjon .;b�*y some'"Fern ^^^^ ^ ^ :iKMV^df#�^ |eaf''muBl;-. noV:io*H^f4:bdlam&i�fe-'ftPd'ttViWex,. iirthl r.c'li: i Edmonton; Alta,, April 1.-Speaking In Edmonton last night, Hon. A.. Gi AlacKay, former Liberal leader in Ontario;; and junior.: candidate for Edmonton in the 'provincial election; stated thit if,he was returned he wpuld'draft a woodman's lien act to protect-tfie-men,who cut ties for the railroads ;,in Alberta tie camps, and whooften found.that the sub-contract-,o~r for whoni-they were working was unable to pay their wages, and they-had; ��� no -recourse at the chief ; contractor--:,He -would draft a lien act, ..which: wo'uld stick aa close as bark on trees-from whichtithey were' cut, and one':which wouldj'follow the ties within or, without the vprovlace until-the wages, were;i paid,"' and' further he :wpuld -see: to it that contractors paid .meji^'regular wages for time they iost, untll;'the wage�( were paid. :',Orgtolzation meetings were held laksinlght by both- 'Liberals and Con-servatlveB in northjEdmonton, which was';iA Sturgeon riding at last election, i^uKWhioh.was ddded to the:city; mnder the redistribution bill. 'V">!8ETtLlNG I1V(' ONTARIO 'Toronto, April 1.'-During the month of'February, 1603, new arrivals oam^;tt''ol|( Ui It^ I ho \ri'.'-tli 'Ihgu /� ;'a-. ' ur.ei entavud,, nd ''jcddf M^.tle ..i*!,!. ami \ 4-'>''>^''-'-'j'- The J possibilities'' of ^ Alborta^a' as-,phalt;are=gre�^t^ Mr.;Murray safdj:adding that the .beds .of, ^ant^-.Gruz;;ifrbm.,'whlch'::the s'tfeetsfofi'msw of .the ,iarge?t cities in California and elseyhjare.iarebejng', p'aved, qopi'ata! ;v^h|||Bam6t(iual jje^Vdi^povSred, In-Alberta. ',J^om. 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