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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN PA^l^^"' \ - Mhbmtiei Alberta. Thursday, April 3,1913 - PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 95 EIEDBtFUtL Province Going to Bowwows - Ives Dangles Elevator as Bribe NATURAL RESOURCES People Told that^ Borden Will Keep His Promise Only to Tories L 'ft I Vanoouver,' B.C.,^ Airih 3.-J., W. Woyk, tead of a pifoBtjerojis' lumber company, commlttSd''; aiiicld&T laat night in his office {byUhootlng hinf-self. He Jiad appe4r6d to have just ma^le'a quotation lin ^hl�,'note Tjoolt from a verpe of the'valxty-flrat Pslam, before killing himsell. rgevpaty-ftve minutes of the Gloomy; Glooms with Opposition Leader Mich* enerltt the leadlngirole, prefaced with: a ^ell oiled presentation ot the G. Wi as thSt^a c|ftngf*p� gQyerhmen^;wa�ynefa^^ AfltU 'M7ot'4)ie .pvovlnce /�ffltad4fe tinu3�mm�3oytul w-iUatl} ewtiU4w6d'/JiLp. byi,th'fe4fi"�iff\aiawp||�fe "at'l^nrtjptiiOBvVgraft^ antt'''tUe-' atjunf that afduld ^ have' enthused,". foVy tSe" peoi^e of this cit;y have not forgotten i, alchaf'd B. Bennett beldifotth* \a tlfti �&m�'.theatr4,-t(j thb huge-enjoylnent and ...______________________................ m.eM J^k5v^riMk^^�a|a^f^Ht;fi;?^l^�&e^^^ ' "'-w&a waa'so^woe-begone }iowevfer-"thati| it tufted, to!go -doWJt-.>Jtti,the'ioptim;!, ^iflt!lo fpeopletof .yiiathlJTi^ MR. IVESDANELES IHE iciERrcittiiN Bill m International Harvester Gom'pany; Refuses to hfe" Party to it, and Sent Out Circular Telling Agents; tfl^Jefep on \ Getting Business as UsiK^^ While there fa no doubt that aome.of the imachl��ry men In the Province will vote against the Government oandldafeef/nr'eyent/^e for thd Machinery Bill, the yams that are being circulated to frlflhten the farfnera about the absolute caah baaia on which business Is to be.plaoed apd the cctmpanies withdrawing from the Province altogether are aoniuctehoVi^aliiand b||jft,.emanating not so much from the machine men aa from the'CenadrvAtive'Comrhittee rooms. The Conaervatlve party in thia Province.atanda'iConylcted' 'aupported th^ bill, and when the farmer la not looking give encouragement ;tb|the machine'men in a campaign to try and frighten the farmer into voting^agalnat^fteVUb^ candidatea. The a strolce of. good fortune oameih^Tcdntact with a^^ of a letter sent, out from Lethbrldge by Charles^Mcfi^naghanr'to'thfe agents of the International Harvester Company which completely diaposes of the yarn that the companies are withdrawing from the Provfnc^, and.alsoVthat the business Is to be placed on arsitrictlycaah basis...'The letter was inpt?recelVed from Mr. py until this Issue Fell for Herald Bait and, Came Out in MeClenaghan, who will not know that the. The speakers of the evening,. Premier Sifton aij4 Mr. Mitchell, dwelt; on the progressive legislation which had been' passed by the legislature during the last-threej.years;. ; They had been years of. an; ever ^ growing and advancing Alberta,: due largely to the policies of the Sifton* admiA-istration, There was tlie; railway and telephone policy developed in the interests pt every. dweller;fini the'province, aridtho legislation 'tending to "Osborne" \, whe!^^'�ldBt Jhk:rSvslng" offe^ratof ^'r^l thejorow'd*W..S,-Bttll ap^e�fedl-pn-the kl' ;platfOJ:pi-'f6Uowed'',l)>'pr,'' Stewart,--W.", 8."^:t,ea|er3Hohener/an'a;-A.. J^j It has heed and "other cir'o time that the in was,to'be dan^l eleotora'ar a 8ri sent.eleoti'oni It was to be aone seor'^tly.i The canvasBBrs. "vefe toXwKis" 4 per in the ears 9fjthi oOiifldiaj'Ss" electors all about' it..l., ^li'.'r^^! Ives has,a gi;eat.lypulU'^'awp ?, It-^fftr iUthhridfe^ �{� if the people'-voted" Tory.'f -.-A"" ? 'v The HSrald-he�r,d.thI6/8toi^^ > ome;.i:;S!� T,. one-wouiei.^and Tefjlwe-'plearf-> red thaylt was^^r.4^fe^V. *' Mr. Ives'Ia theji^mkn^Jo ag-� ceitfd'a c,ommi^ioii'Jtr6ilinij|i .-^ V \. \ ofv,FoH SaB. owan In hohh> dnciLai^lM r bpuad bioai^cdsc 'ne *-ousri;| \p (-i-b todaj tia hcldd o^f.g jun Ki a ion ei\atlv('wn.f badly' wh' inlsBionmet^ ^ e'd for data*;!] ^ that lie'had^dni ?-jo,^i)repare';'ltTf.; i Bloff verytgenei ^ the prfvilfege or I sented at '^''^'"^ > but h?h.dld'4ii than"CallgkV ^ -was gre'atlyyie^i vlno'lal'Campaig: Mr. fveSf^iii M.SjS. to\th�-'; on their cai^^-N that, - tut ither^ who?! fet'j-tfaem.i and-- prei ^/>^ioh7 greatly comraiSBlOjaers.' V- V ..From�^MTr.-'Ives; .?'%'night.,5fa9'gat|Ler **'>haB.a' blue prlniroi JJi tor. The Herali ^ ^| ' fn-comp^arisoii " oouduoted" by' * * ��> * We are just In recelpt^of a 'letter from thtf;Ma1)agef of the Sales Department In Chicago with reference to,the,new Imt)l5nr(entfai!jj.rj0i 82, and beg to Advise that no radical steps will be takfrtjltke^Mitdfavf^ the trade in Alberta or placing our bu�inee� eh 'a cash basis whlc>v� the same thing. � ' ' . ' i ., This bill has been carefully considered by^^the;,l.aWrJMpartment responsible � � .'^-..r .1' .>^.ift---i.-:Jafii^(,n'ln a way, they! f)fiiar'or anyrcon-' flla� more care in ^"^sfier buslness/'Ss __ Jtbiithe^-gre'atest' iiivdathatidjir, i&&'i.-:A#b5 of our.:>credlt, eapo^ijily;Jn t)ile,4"fl!Af i we are' llkeiy tprfeel-t)ie',efrect'p^^h|it the sej^ctlon here ils where' extent. ' ^ , , , / , � far as tljc'small line"of go^dsjs cohce^ bu^(ness.,wlll be",very^ muoh>^affec^d,-antl^ f- j-VWhen sorrie irresponsible Special Train Load Toldi>Wi|d : St"oryi;Thought Death ;WaV; ''Ahej^di-Police RoundedV,' ' ' Them'Up' r Bupsian thlB'Vornin'g and startedsja � iru'mbj:, ^Kat'-tHey,'would'be held and guardfe.d hJr. the/,C.'PiB.;.'andmade l,Aoju.mi^*^ dav and night a near not was starij?; e'd.) whiph-held the'trj^ln-Ior,\pyer-ti,Wo hours 4if4tga\^e'.the muated- P^U^^ re�t'frp,S&l md"Col.ntr>.^ arid qSuld' (iA4er!iUri&(hardly^^''word of .,4^-- ahoUeb'detaciirilenf.>f-'Xloukhot^^^^^^ almost .tho^last^^f'the, .ooldny^in; thei ,Yitpinity � of * Xorkton.;- A /special^ t>:% .was' giv^jx theccolonx'JwithJheiVaU^?,] of the Kootenayi t^h'eirtdestination'*.',-' Confident (that the city's industrial future as bound to be ',a blight one, that'will draw thousands here within theinextJteW,, years; A. H Arno-vitch, 6f Winnipeg, representing a syndicateli'of -;Winnip8g-invpstors, yes-1;erdaf:9lbs:ed ;a'^deal.vwhereby' they -'^ 'li, 4MWAe^>.'dr Jli;^'lTO:^,'"and' 'the ''property just, sofdHVJjlShe''Vub'diyided ,to oonfornif �wltfi/iiC.I'iltpisatlie clpse&t subdivision' ^'^^ttherminihgrtdistrict, and'Mr. An; moyitchj'Ts-fenfident th^t it will be thCce^fcre-bf a great'" populition in the 'yeai^s ^jo Qsome wKeh liethbrldge's;; 'cb'aU mines-" ,haVe' increased as the" mariet'.^of'the count'ry wiU demand, \'HMi;/^A-fhov}tch, ".who ha^l hadothe 'deal, tinder-^consideration for some',t'ifiS'e,* refused" to close the'barf gaitf'uiitlV.het-'sW.thSit the city hadj ."^taken a, Ibiig t's/op'' .'forward ' in the ,campaifep;^tb, ^'fecure^industries. .the; engagepi4n?,';of'jifi. -Tracy as secre^; tary. oLthp.'JpiSyqi'fti; charge of^t'hat; w6rk,-eindHaiiJ!tBe. bargain with^himf .Mid" y,6p&!a��^-'the>''inDney' jyas \ paid , v' The SBaT'^wa|ij|ut;sth*ough, hy .IVfit-. 'lord' M tTObtt *ahd Skeitjj, abtf, AniJSS-M^pvemii-M'l^i is'the 'flrsf l^S' rel^t|kgl^ iyear,. }m tethbridg^s; a'|j^''?8e; j iS;''.hemg mveisti;-, 'gated fy"i#55^oui;6ide capLtalisisj; and lfrjs:,tlie#|eheral-li&^qt that Leth* bridgeil8'y,'C' ;:�;; .:;�-�?;. �^'.i:^c.i.^.!^.,:Z-^.��.4 " :�� PUSH msAk6fiG'mkf ' � �':--r^,r,..J,^. ,..:,-VL,, ? M"*- �'^^i�'iS"-ri',�^dv61s.cota'rie*'';4 ? of. calamity ;ho'�leirs-Apd-wbrti6i'', ? ruin-ers had ,to,traveIvall:M ? way from , Edm^ntoa: in th^-^ further fact.tha�t,,','..k{$vili^k ? ing sbbnge^;^ all "the.4lmfMC�--A' These %*�.\Ve^'-^^E^:S^ great. ^UBtbi;;;vand?S?^tl]4S�'ettt'^;i^^^^ ? crowd joined .luali chorua," ''aCA^dJi' ? MIchener'a' ;Mitchell^royince,,a;|.vaf|;^r.v5 whole The opposition had submitteTil'^T'v. no policy to' 'the pebpie;-' ih'soltfjiet^'nfS 10.. policy';;'f..The'.; best:- done' 'we s Ka^8iJ*'Sim etj.i'Qf, que$tioj|is;.'i Jt to iHi ,]� pi , a| .wIiiol^*?mejaHti ii'otl n 11 p-t is n ti -ings,sp6clflci'in;t)K^r Mich .ni&isandi^bMMi't,' -"" ' -1 gpoitf^j^,verii^^5it| in^ly�>tcanadc4ed-and.Jor>.thaUti'(Ai>jV iJd bi re.,.urncd, Jor iv'm rl "['� j' I ill f&^^ :�ctvf3i,,-.iuer?5ji*j(Sf:no -greit questioiif'a^?i'iJ!| �ltatiiig^tth&:ftpulJlie mind adverse ( it> , .|he:;gby>tnm^^^ , , 'J-t^j 'VlThb"J^Vernrtien,i' hid i3ceii|''chafged'^C�' eS^iii'.tha'^fetliei'fainr^ea of .pjblK- dobli.-^m fua^-.i&y ."^^'�^'l/y., {The.mext. big. ev^i;!;, m wiU-'be.'the-iLibVal'r? �inriUS, v^hen the'eleot; wm;'fie> given'arf'oppqi?,! "�the government' sidei^ofii thq^dayi' � }:, ';',>;;ffi ' '^^A>hort oonfertaceV>' ^ morning '.-.attended'^, tgft, | Sicfrnr^f^'V^'s^tow^- cleu ( iiiip urn I 'Uld m ad go c int 1 iio,icr Jiiu >. Mis;' So ibfi^vXfl^ "in hid  hW made;h; 'he oppcsil on and tha> ,4'; was not'f&'t ip lie I of Pirrluiir ' JTh&\ credit'of th- pnMHP ija said ! tb'bWuined but wUh Me Piceptich bf^QUebW:*! Prti tind i uld be stld | at ap 'gbbd^a pn c is liir e of au\ i! bther'.proyinre The piliev oi, (juai-; t5 aiiieeingrrttt w 1/ loiiu. Jid utuu 11-" j*! :tVpK,#fll. .--^pr-imcnt, lu IQ1J>^^ T^lrhid^been the oiu-�c Lorw^di pWBp^irltX^in The pro iul mo. pnc-^ tidulSjfly^n�'>tcdiiine Ha T u'itT W9|^,Jisren'iEQpd ' y ernmeWjanJ tlio ^cvl n muil stood pai"ori the 'ide o� the tiripor^fj **'*iifh.'the ^ip ii thr(t.hexni�u Iwi^h sc und (Ir labunBrh mmr,, � cr.l,e,i,-op-- hieB:s&.5Bratecliibi alsofgrvi l�. &-'nhiAi^,Xt^i^'btUq^ tounnviitn, .,nd'u was sval-,.":. bu Ineos oeroip't*|,\ *ijaill�e*\ J - * . IJo Ldi Pii.nce, iindei hPlttenoi- O'f 01 tUii guJllQt'nf, '\eij srnri.hid b^ I >aidcns Coda},.rnd,-vvero found to hi^u hidden ln'..lheli'clothiig "iffici ent ruldo 1 ^ i 111 nftj per.l ib. ,^ MOBS LOOT ' A TRAIN [ '.uf;alrf^lt8:-^t�InB^V�^olv4| to drt^e.iw^'tlie.trai^w^^^ 3X0 ^T^fiich'lne, ^.lU hfad fpi ,Hie,nQith *,'Xe iciwjnirv A^un ' \ ' . I ihe LibPiai idoi^i'^ all ihJ{\,tn-ii\ Uld bLs-..oi.'J lU'i fj t ^ ""hi, 5-'ei-J r Libeiai m the tltv 10 .volnntocr f^i t,\pt\; .^.\\ thai i� 1 pceslarl is i lit i,^hish'yttn f-lolea bsi fallr ThVV^^^H ^l is aiiieni(d in a whj pBe'flt thp 1 uoiiiii 111 )CL The ' a, .illtoman L imi tiih ition iir �' rn ii hurt in lU utcident Tlpttpr pio-M oiis verp'nide fnr miiiir" aijd.' Mil. itcord of iLJialiiiiiii iro'vpd tliij iiitPicbi nf ihi Kri\pEniiLni in .iU parls'ot till' prfwnpp Mi �MiteJilJ* then t,d.'^i""-^ ' "'"'V.o roads pulv^ ' � T the icoie.'| sh vnju.ihil fuitliPl?b fwrp'\caW,r^ ' ' il Lc�n 'pent for ' thSti <.-M ihe premier .SBeak. J IMoL.ini but^Li' Slid ni. dSLtll promise jkV^^n^fii^i^'W menl tlia three I 0157 41 2101 65 ;