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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tllu^saay. April 3,1913 THE LET,HBR3:0GE DAILY HERALD Page S man's Bargain Sale For Seven Days Only Commen l:a9U $2.00 Ladies' Shoes Ladiei!,, Tan Ytcl.. Kid Oxfords military "heel; 'regular values lip -io' IB.OO-^ sale price. Cg.SO per, pair ....... 'i'"""^'' ' Ladies'.Gun Metal Oxfords, patent tip; in sizes from 2 to 4%.- Begillar value $4.50 pr. Sale price $2.00 Spring Suits for Men We have just received a full range of M^n'Si Suits for Spring wear, all the latest pat- gQ and up.' terns. Prices from Overails for Men Goodman's'Special, hard to beat, all sizes. Price I'r'' ^ "j "I Q GOODMAN'S Third Avenue South Mr. Michener Greeted by Full House, Repeats Familiar Story iContinued from front page) 'i5 ' Ives Surely a Candidate President Ball, ,oC the Conservative �.. association, did not say,'much In in- troduclng any of tljc speakers, but he -did make one remark rather enllght; ening to the audience. He stated that W. 0; Ives was to oppose Hon; A.!J, jVjcIiean in the Lethbrldge district riding. This Was'ithelirstoffliiial in-' tfmation of Mr. Ives' intentions in this regard, and so the crowd learned -, that much 1 during the evening. � Harold Cooper, O. B. Fleming and E. G.^Hazell of Vancouver then mount-  ' ^d tli6 platform-and sang a specially .written.campalgnisong'to the tune of "Men of Harlech," in which the audience was asked to Join, which they! dirt. Dr. Stewart Dr. Stewart was the first speaker, and 'his remarks .were brief;, as he :,.iEaid lie iwished to allow the men-from - : the north, to Express their views. He; , .would speak on the issues Of .the diy;  � later, in the campaign, as he did not. pSipeot to be able to get around to .: shake the hands of aU the boys ibe-ifore, election day; However; he had heen in Edmonton for .16 months dur� ing which time he had tried to do ;.vs his duty a^d he felt verj-; little doubt of tha result', on April 17. He said, iiowever, that it was time for a change, and intimated tliat.ReV. Mt.; I ,j Michener would' be fhe" next premier.'^ Mr. Bail Intioduoed W. C. Ives as the man who is- going to beat Arohie Mci�an. This-wan oonsldered a good joke by the crowd. Mr. Ives' said several reasons had-heen given for his ' candidacy. Ho^vev�r he .would un-�bosom a secret. .It might have heen �aid that he wa'S" rtmniug 'because he had the ihabti, but he intended to keep the haTjlfimtil'the'-fight he had , commenced ln"1905 is brought -to a fluccessful > close-=and that would be .when'vthe peoiflSfOf'thls. Brovlnce vote, so that they'might regain their birth-light; thrown away in that year. He Tvrshed, htfwever, tl?is time to give the Taber- people 'a chance to pronounce v ^ onoe.' more, otfrthe great - question of -. provinolal rights. "In evei^y election 0. Bo far (In this province the people ~ have^'said' that they did hot want control^ (jf, their natural resouroies. Now {hey 'are' facing the need of them , ,riiore than ever. We have succeeded at last in getting a government at Ottawa,which',wlll turn them over to ^ -us when .-yve say we want tbem, and I defy any Liiberal^in this, province to say thai the a4minlstratlon aj; Ottawa , 'had a-;right-to 'turn-them over until-a Con's'ervative goverfment is placed in power" at- iJdmonton; ' Tlie-'lhte^-naJ Blevator- //' ' > ,t-'1 regret that" things material rath-'''i,%'t',^^ fhttn. principles'are being put'forr ' t ward' as Teasong fof voting in- this matel^laL reason more persistently ^ ithan the Lethbrldge Herald In its ' ',',Doy4ber' ' ' ever got for tiOthhrliigQ, what W C ^Immons't'.oyeT got'"for Lethbi-Idge, *', what Donald MpNabb', who was sent to Kdmohton by unaiiJmous choice to represent all parties,- ever got . tor Lethbrldge. And then I might ask, too, what-'W. .\. Buchanan, once minister without portfolio in the Rutherford cabinet, and  one of the best fellows- and staunchest Grits I ever knew; what did ho ever get for Lethbrldge? "Unlike Hon. C. R. Mitchell,, of Medicine Hat, I cannot show you blue prints for a lands' title office, hut I might if I., would show you a blue print of an Internal, elevator. Who could give that to us? Not the Sif-ton administration. -The whole Sifton cabinet would not, have .a,s much chance of getting that if or, Lethbrldge as probably DnSte-wart-would." Mr. Ives then,- launched into a presentation, of the brief.: prepared by him for presentation- at*Bdmonton to the Board' -of, Grain CommlBsloners, and assured the audience that 'to secure such, an elevator -would be worth a dozen lands title ofaces; in fact would be the greatest industry ever landed. However, he would; ask the voters of Lethbrldge,.not,, t(j '.vote, with such sordid motivep, in -vieW) hut to return Dr.. Stewart to Edmonton for the principle of the-thing. The A. & G. W. Man A. F Ewing, of -Edjmonton, after eulogizing: Drl -Stewarti' lost no time in -"arriving -at.ithei-point where; he might discuss with ,^lI:^the(,-astutenesB of the legal mind,'"a, situation," which has arisen in this province, and-which in* ;hl8 humble, judgment, was .sufficient reason for putting the Sifton ad-mlnistratlojtt outfof ptfwer on April 17;. and putting L.eader Michener at the helm.", "May I ask yop," he .began, '"to lay politlcs,-and come with 'me:'^whilstweby:. th'i* pressure ,of ^public opinlonj alarmed-that, such iniquitous action should.go; through the legislature. ; The.,!71.ieUT': tenant: Governor cast about, and ijvlth-i out consulting the lelectors ,of'the;'pto $"l5,000 ''a "^mUe, ''The, money was' to "'hear', interest.,at .S' per cent.'wiille other bonds 'bore only,4 and per cefafr He ,tpld of how "a. Mv.'Clark'e" of Kdii^as City was to be. paid, for the' road, as' constructed, not when oonstT'potlon was copipleted, how-ithe;;roadinedd^eyer be.operated J. ROBB, the Liberal representative, fromi' Huntington, cdi: He said there was only one answer on the 17th and that was to put Sifton ,:; ^^Th%: railway department had a policy for the uorthi .It has really built 60 .niilfes' of line, ailjfl 400 miles of the iine guaranteed i'as been hullt. If placedi'in power'she would either force the railways to build or he; .would build the lines himself, "Pass along hurriedly." :'i;:.'i'n:e:ipublic works department was sla{ed',;because it would not tell where the-roads' and bridges and land titles offices, are,;i^oiijg,- although Mr. MichT.: enerfchad':::aslced' 'for; this; information qjiythe floor of the house The premier's very elusive answer he said had'ibedn "In Alberta." t TJie 'department of agriculture is alSQ^being manipulated.',;The govern-m'ent,''he'sought to show,,is bent on* pro^ving'ttp the' farmers that a demon-stfatl'on iarm with $50,000^lmproVo- Beauty of contour is the key of the successful "1913" costume. More than ever before a proper corset is necessary. The great success of the D. & A. and the La Diva styles has kept the great Dominion Corset Go's mode! factory in Quebec, with its thousand skilful corsetieres busy early and late producing the corsets which will bring style, comfort and support to many women in Canada. Corset bargains It is not oniy- their style and comfort which make D. & A. and La Diva corsets popular. Compare them with any imported corsets of .similar model. The quality of the im-portcd corset will be no better but the price will be ^i.oo to J3.00 higher. By actual count more than half o( the best dressed women in Canada wear D. & A. or La Diva Corsets. There is a model for every figure. Our catalogue sent free on request, will help you choose the best for yours-. DOMINION CORSET CO., QUEBEC. P. Q. DANGER PERIOO tOMMANS'Liri PROM 45 to SO its Inteiresting Experience of Two Aiyomcn-^Their Statements ' \ White O'ak, Ont - "At Chang, of Life 'V^iBii^rs could donomore and Iwas -' '-givp'n'up by my friends;--'J^ydiB E. had b^eri havine fe-male\ia:p'ubles for years, my head trou- ;b]^^^i^^vei^i^y;at ^, down pains and back^ , 1,^, - to ache and I was very, ariaemic firom excessive Howing. I reo-qmnaent^vyour Compound vhighly^;' and:: do all I can to advertise it as a genuine wo-mati's medicine." - Mrs.'-SYLVESTER Mann-ING,' IrVhite Oak, Ontario.,. . ^VjViMe^Case of Mi^.'-Kii-to.'l', i ' t'Circteville, Ohio.-/'Itcan truthfully: th4''governmeiit-'-hadii;dl8BoJvedKari�^ ,. v, .--ir >r uV ' ~ -j' appealed 'to Hhe/iq&Ple-! beforeittiaf ^a.E. Jinkham s Vegetable Compouijd date. , ProiabW.he said; thVteiebtbrs ' il^?*"? I had taken onshalf ,f f.�.n,i,;w ,v.- ,0^ it'I Ifegan to feel bettei:,;�nd 1 h^vA cp^tinu''e^;tiking it.,' ,Mxiealth 8B,))etteV |op|ij|ha|l)|^ Royal Bank will he'compelled to'pay. 3%_per cent. Interest for the'money^ because�that interest is supposed'tO'' be paid to the company fpr-wbom-'th? money was liorro-wed, ^nd th'^'-e'-fs-'do* company. ' i'- �.> Concludes Sordid Tale,-' " "That,"'he-faaid in conclusion;/'is-the sordid t^le of the A & G, W"," only^Mr. Bwlng used about Ave times the space to tell it The speaker then told ot some'.of his personal grievances against the' Sifton administration for taklngiHon. C. W. Cross Into the cabinet,' and Unfolded a tale' of woe abou^ the'Wtty' the court en bajio'of the province' liad buncoed''him ont ot getting a/hear-^ ing in ttte'rottenest election IdeWeyet piilled off Un"^the'province: ."."'^heV^.as'e^, , , . , . , was set; for�Tiea-ring on[-AptiiMi'iMi nfeVer had anything:;do me sq ' ' " , 1 much good'during Change of ..Life as Ly- ments and ?7000 annual subsidy for operation purposes can be made to pay, andtherefore the farmers should he able to make farming pay also. The minister, he said, was also In the habit of receiving money from � the department to buy stock and improvements for the farms, and keeping It In his own bank; account for several months before spending It tor the proper purpose. "That is the demonstration farm policy of this government." Heavy on the Machine The attorney general's department is also a machine. He had heard in Maoleofl that the .liquor license inspectors had been ordered to get out and work for the goverament, and were even forced to pay tribute for election purposes. .With such a- bungling mess of things;at Edmonton he was Inclined to'plty the 'people that party politics; had ever been Introduced, in the province, and thought the: least the gov-' ernment' might have done after being sent to'Edmonton after'the last election'fvith such a large majority would have been to govern, not by Tammany 'Hall methods, tout by the application of straight business principles.  Mr. Michener then launched Into a-story of :;th6,provincial credit, which; is 8et,,.forth':in'ltSj entirety in anoth-: er place./i It is worth reading. The A. and G. W. Again The^ ;an4-'G:'W;:Was,reY6rtGd toi: The line;to be built, under the act would: :oost';about.'$4,000,000. There was, he ishowedj a difference between this and;:i;heJ$8(150,000 for which the' bonds had; been' ;sold In London,:a difference of ?4,150,000. What was to he doiie with it? The only answer, wisjthat'there must havp,been ?4il50,-OOO.Iiitended'to^be'^dividfed. The in-, Itmltonsjplot Ist c .M V jet , �siyp mci and lot Sv .iVftnA tlah'^Remad/'t^^oi. ^vllI I* MKet a'lftrgo'tbottle'foj nboUt'50 tents Imi ^b^'iti CJotripr.n ' of ]iof �i WsSSSSmllSpl^^^^ Leader l^iehensi Too mtfch/ft^^p^Pm^^^^M J D Ulrnibplliani * ^'^-n "i" '^l'" M""l'on�i icicjiiIlm p| vi.K no^ \shii might ha,^l bevn. ^jitiL'tt j'pift^, "io 1 ind ub'in 8- ^ti ii htinitfSHoinen rjujivelyvpon^ydia: VeKWhle'lSofetSund.*^*. CURES COUGHS &COLDS INARCH BRIDGE TORESM NICELY WILL BE COMPLETED BY JULY FIRST-FARMERS IN A-HOPEFUL MOOD Monarch, April 2.--Tiie bridge which Is being built across the Old Man Uiver is now making good headway, the last report being that It will be completed by July 1. , This will b^ a great hejp to the farmers living south of the river, as they have, been compelled to make Macleod and Lethbrldge,their ma-rketlng points. Mout arch Is now In the centre ,or,'the' best developed farming section of Alberta? It Is no "nextyear"'; country for the^ -farm'ers around here. ';Crop8 are air ways good, and this year will, np doubt be the best in history. Mr. H. B3. Mlebach shipped from hife farm one mile north, of town; five cars of sheep on -Friday last.' � ; - Mr. M. McLaln has returned from, the south, where he baa spent,-the; winter, to take charge of his farm; six miles north of, town.; � ;.',^ -� Miss Ella'i'elletier left on Friday's'; train for Blalrmo're to visit with friends and relatives.- The masQuerade dance which w^si held In the Monarch hall on Wednesday evening, was well enjoyed by; all;! In attendance. ,�',';: :;,,,.:':,.- ,', Mr. Charles Lafferty was a -Weekend visitor at Raymond. Mr. J. Desmond celebrated his birth; day on Friday. ' ' ' Mr. D. M. Ross has' accepted,a position- on: the l).:;IJrchi ranch -south'Of town. Mr. P. 01enishank~was a "weekl-end. visitor � to Xethbridge.-v-, ' * ' Ml-. F. Sloan,',' who - .is,' with' the! Crown Lumber Co., la'moving to Mon-; :aen,Alta.'>'. where; he'-will,,t|ike'.charge! of the ^company's, business - at' that.^] place. * � - .Mr. J. A. McNeil lB,''wn/thi8;-week, looking after his interests'in' the hardware busine'ss. \ ' Mrs. J. Collins Is called-, to;'Ijelson, .B^C;;: to'walt^on-heEiisistet'i^;'^^^ reported very slolt ^ r ) 'Miss Lottie XJrch retui'ne'd 'home fi'onr: Calgarys on,: Tuesday; 5w-bere;;8he? has been visiting friends,"/ ;' ^r" Mr. and "Mrs W. F. Bo^arfc are" the ;proud;parents of;a son;/whtoli';-arrlved' on Saturday^ morning.,, ' " 5i mm Macleod, .jVprU 2-The inques'tV^^-' :&?f^ifRMi*jffifit)e|i^ knows. Is, pasbes through i lot' morning' at' ^f^J- r ii.v.v,. �ir.i.v,= ' o',v,l.,,+ir,, 90K tacks. Several witnesses wUL hei^ex-r ot. timber clain^a,.an^ounUng. to 325,-,,^^.^^^jj .^^^ is expfecf^d to'Masil i*�t;ii*-':.i'5�'ii;>sii'�ifi^^ SOUTHERN BOARDS OF TRADE ARE 'R The Cardston Board of Trade, at their last meeting adopted resolutions endorsing the following progressive ideas: 1,- The proposed change .in the homestead regulations,, whereby; mtaed farming may be practised at the: discretion oli the homesteader. 2. The proposed reduction; In freight rates on coal between.Alberta mines: and Manitoba'points. 3. The conservation of ^natural gasii as advocated by Mr. W; Ai Buchanan, M. P. 4. The' establishment of a oantra.) wool market at Lethbrldge. The Magrath Board' has^ endorsed::;; 1. The agitation started by the Lethbrldge Board,ot Trade and the associate boards, looking to the opening .of Waterton lakes;as a-'su9imer.Te-; sort by the construction of a,bridge ^ , over the Waterton, riven t ''> ^ ''^'''k 2. The establishment of a central wool market. , ^ - , 3. The application of' the Associate 'Boards that a .percen-tage ~t>5'^the, Im-i, mli^ratlon traffic ^ to .^^be diverte'd^ from*" ,the�'main line', to ,th'e Crbw'sl-JNfepfc^and'i,! contiguous* lines. ' i,"'^* � 4; Agitation to bring about _ a Qp*^J rection of the poor mall servloe'which^ now exists on |;he Caijdstoa branch, "j^j DULUTH ELECTS CITY Duluth, Mmn., April 2f-Fred' (^X Voss, W. S./McGormiok.andJ'fiBeL-li Farrell practical ly' are ^. certain ^/^ofai election to Duluth' first commission which is to'govefn.;tfie,.;city;'iBerhBri* ' Silberstein .*lead Sthe''-racft^,f( mayor, wi-|;li-23 pfeoinots-.Tepregen ing about 6}ifr^thitd'"of ttfe'^ reported.- W. E,' IvreBwen-^iff-cIoWani W.'l.. Prince;, jfchird,'>-ivHhiMai:cus^' ' Fay, fourth;-; '  ' ' 4>..V With 'approximaleljr."j�,OQO. dteS'j to be pountedf the vote ' at" .ritoo^ stood: For.^ayor, SilWs'teiijiJ.; MoEwen iMi P^^^4t>^^^j� 905 ;, Cullum 833 ; Day*,-..?! ing .748 ;', Gfetchell 7p0f^ Oommisslonersu Armste^d-'i2f phy 391 : GfrafJ,.'94S ^kriCbr 'Ml 006 ftcres in, all,, owned by A. T. Burroughs, a brothei'-in-law of Clifford Sifton,, a brothei-, of Premier Sifton. These had been purchased when Hon. Clifford Sifton'was once upon a tinje minister'of the interior. Asplrstlons He ended up by gumming up tlie reasons & Macleqd constituency," and^ warnsJ^iCv-eryoue to beware of-iibpmv 1- From our: delegatioti; mission' The commissioners-,wiIJ,�'visit ..jMajnt;edj'extenslvely,sfthe -cc nil h ;ii ID h Ipc li tJ Li M) V 1 Kia"Jin! tisc MaLlcod I biid..i 111- \,(il' in lu->ii ~ SUFPRAGETTES LOST OUT � - "Hartfqcd, Conn,, (April 2,-Con'neojtt-1 (jut women;suifragistB 'lost,their flgtfi ^fpr federal' suffrage, tod'ay',, when-\tho Lintoliii Inn luiijo hccuincbi 1 orrt 0! .Vppealiln owllnai^* .{i,*^*** [ is concentrated ' ^ Tt gives strength ^nd'fi-itrgy?.. Tike a cup at elev ci in t'le %dai|ity BOVRIL =..u;a'w� ensuies reircbhine sleeps ^1. x*i 8869 ;