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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .jcliobsuTgsilverwjiWhl _i'ecianoiny artd satisfaC;' "t6.ptirchrfi.e ' /�"^This BmiJd, known as '' ysmerTltutthatWtaTS" i^nka first in qnalhy and Kas'been best for over �60 years. Made >n this heftviest grade of piato. Sold liy T-sadlnfJ Dc�il��B TO THREE YEAKS^IN % ttdreds Were (Unable to Hear . Premier Sifton ^^i" on turned from front paj^eV. Made Impassioned Speech Condemning Man and Man-Made Laws-'Will Starve fctbrvvto alt thinlnng men, and the "ttcr-woUW be settled by the gov-ifrifeat'ih the best interests of the (vince at the earliest possible mo- xj^^iSome' Tory Metliods j^jri to thft' Dunvegan railway a con-KpJJtibre'insiiiuat'on h^d bepn made Tfeertain vpersons against the prera-ijThe railway, as ertryonc knew, ~M)eiag built faster than any cth-hiarailroad in-Canada; and was only Bvlntercst: of .the people of Al-in opening upithe Peace River) uttyandi giving an outlet to the ' itfia.cca&tfAr,;the products olthe ritoce�ii The^^i ' rcjarding the hfcSjOf the ,proVi�ee were d'shbn-t^at^was untru,e that''halt the rev* ^iotithc provuicp \;w^i^t y�u can toput an end tpithls'st^te of affairs."............,. ... ........ She then repeatidjier ^determination to end her aeoten soon as* possible, saying: � 's sei:Wce,'should be adjusted.' so that'delivery could be made here at from Oardston, Raymond, and Ma-'no^n, tterebyjgiwng a retutn service .grath to UUited.StetesrBojnts will be taken up -with, the; p'Sstmastsr-Gcneral. . ' _ _ ing of matter it stations >in the nt' 'on ^ the- :roS\rt^rihat''he"isTonsidering the I locked box provided for ,that purposj, li^erJ J ?^[SabW;of;~uistitutinB a double Mr.- Davidson has. arranm'g>^l"pat^ The LaaiesV&td�^ CONSERVATIVELY STATED, EXTRAORDINARY AS THEV APPEAR TO BE. Friday Millinery Sale at 0ne4hird ValU -^Biiln.VaSa-rfiUy of'the'larger shapes' � well, Beai/tffully trimmed, becoming, w^earable and sPlert^'tJS -  ,;im�||%^^^^ ..................... -  . Friday Bafgi^lnii/ln^ 'jSJBW " Fr'day Bargain In CRp , , ^--^-T":-' fine HosleryA'.:*: . e can safely say-^they'- h'ave^ nevei* before, been, equaj-. ed In this city, for 'wV have' decided -on' absolute I eleariirtce of^all, ple'ce goods'' and� havemarked everything'at**What It.wlll/ quickly^ brlnfl regardless' of original cost: �'  " & HliKsSt-!'- Panic*! ^-Mks.,are Fill- .. :;Sh!M^ i m. i" RapiElroati|naM�yy Scootetojffor FxiSedom It was theK^i'at they poured^oi|| every door.pfrtfie train, and .took tb^ the opearpraitlo:, Tw'o nfohnted Pof lice; wire called on the>iob, ^nd'for-two Hours' labored strenuously to ge^tj them ..back- into' the cars. They werSj successful only when .-they got someP of^thfr/^ore rational'of the'v,Sas^ katclteWak ."colony to explain to them mmwM .'tS.tSe/J'.BtinOB? Sim Mr ,bavid3on expressed his plea tie'': increase 'in'-,-tho postal geneiral undertone 'of' prosper-i'SrPpheciefi i of: a^ r^^^ |tS74lc7iaTidspn7aid''"th'at 'he ing'yfair lor l^ethbridge und.^dfstrict. ^-"T-i-. i^J-:^'^i.L^ .,p ^ith'the He was particularly impressed with points',' "'and'the''appearance of'Lethbridge"aS're-%lii\fherbaggSi?6mett handling the gards cleanliness and order. U?i4^^lfi;^id.; ''April '3.-^l!xtreme icqi-'c IN Ot^E DAY ' sW* refund nioneyiyt; ,each-bor. 2&f)''^'^'^^*'"r Teported today f^i^tjV^hAovht Kentucky, where the ' l}tfcio'0,'4&^ablt?ntB of the town and 600 trbm'''^e''^ufrpiinding country were buddled^vjn'rthe f^r grounds on the onljrfdty sto'^'.in' an area of ten miles sqliafe;'' O^h.?'People are without food. Teh thbuft^bd-pounda of rations aui tents wUi*e despatched', to Unlontovm on the steamer^. Lowry this afteraoon. farmers jn glee �} Wprospects il'tfCoietlttWed from front"page)". fi,-^,tY,-'-^W_-i-i-i-i- MIXED. I'M THIS IS REGARDED A -YEAR OF GREAT p'rOMJSE TO '' 'TH^M' ,, " , I.' f - ' - , 'A large 'number of farmers from the south country ,were in town io-day and.*maay expressed the. o'pinipn that thisj year wPuid really prov^! to rr-'i.' .1.' iC^'�:, ' - , .^^ th^ "next ycar"55thair'1;bey'' l^ve Teh thouft^ipd-^po^^^^^^ Manyiiof^ tQ)jfeKnaye;%^aEM j ppipra-; tions already, while ,a majority are hard at work tryifig. to'clean up on the gdlphers. Now fs the tifne tp do it; bejbre, the brfelSihg^^^^^^^^^^^ ! success has been liiet *it^ ill dsing thfev oldrfashrbhed s^Wjirifn* sih^ Syr-hd' Hl'at; ^Qnble''-,and 'single >iaP!:cB v. I q^lB^Ins.' of ^ the foUoYflng; "''it Three DivseerB and Stands.' Hletiti5jci:iiReadln|;i|laiapJ;. QllV'jSamBB -\, Scjirci-ber and AVhite River �yesterday,'^w^ion he fell between thV pars' anU was Picked up by section �rnenir5a�(i/.;|ihe remains were sent id. White B,|yej::>Vo awaivthe inquest. Ne^tber''pa'ssengettf^j nor crew ot the trafnj.on wh'ipli .Dfp Ion was tra^velliui^, knew pf,Hhe'-at-, the .^r^Vobject of 'tlieit' 'lbn&^ *trijjjf and'-a^iSuf^'eigbt' o'clock/ thej;-iasjK rrigh:tcne'di.rIloukhoboE Jiad boani gatljfi' ered,intp. the train,, whf.ch 'speeded^tps Lethbridg^>''wit"trout astop.- -\, j^l There ,waB une^ old gentleman!,' in^ the. :partySswhw;ilseenvedsfetosber:!yerj^ well:.Keduoatedv|imdi acquamte the v^a.yi of ttfe country. In.iellln^l the story to tlTe Herald he .said' 'it. was a shaSie |;hat;;;the;,iiew''se^tlerl|i should. be lBcar9d�sp�^iu8^Abn1^th rival in Canada,';:and..ihiimated tliattj they, lilce MmSelf, ^ould'bfr'periecti ly satisfied'as'sobn' aa*"they '.learne'dj true condftioii^;�Ilfi;?;saidi:the^i vSas^ katchewan coloffy: wai^s&pretty. weli cleaned up now, anil the 2000 . or,: 7nore Doukhohors i'.who-went ijnto^ the Bv.C: settlement last^tyear^ were, do^ ing woU, and o;t -theit-mvAy; to^found-sfig-a prosperous'cijlpnyj^ ,^J\____; ..,.,City E'oUce.|||;^ob.;,'.J.,. .The.trouble at ,Qii:'a8S7i,^a^e.,.ya^^^ reported by wire, to the^ppltce here, an'di'bn tlie arrival' ofithe, rtr'a|n-;' at; lOaOJChifef DaviS^Mdl^J^dietSaiaeii^ :pfj;;six?,!men-;on:Vthe;:i]Ol;pSNM!s^ was allowed to,. leaVe^tj^p ,cars,-when, the train^ piiljedAout for set off, her^, and the C.P.K now has 125 oxttt, gang laborers of the .hb'skiest./type? Many of these will worksin the? conj'-pany'a yards here this Summer on .tlfe-big contract which is about to be un-' dertaken. I ^ Tho^c from Sa�katche>vaikShad-,with: them four box cars'of.ifarto..product; some ot the horsep'being feafly/-flne specimens. Thoy hud^n'o'Vaifle wi*'' theiij, but intend 't'9^i'^uy/''tljeseii,'"' ^f't fit's; '''''' ' s-ljTMsfirstk'convenUon: ;pf .the vii cpbptuto:jdistrict'of. momWatea;;'Jbhn;^:3^^ #b^�*l candidate,=fthe.tiomlhatlbk'1ie^ mgvUnanimOUS.; ^ iv�>;;�;>.:i^-..'it ?X::'36!GftlMlB>on� Of: thoi:best..'kU6wn' ^bu!?i:8;iimth6-.dlstrlct,sii *}%lUSBMilyi carryfthe LibSnilJStam :aidwt6^vlctPry;illkd, tosrepresent,, htfBt^ ;veffe.ct; .ind:;th6'iiwprkingffi ;^dls^lotjare^raUyingvarPund%tKe'*staria-;ard}pf>{h.e,man,;whp;is being (iriticl^ed hyi^!tbB:fiConservative'Siiiirti'r:^i'f^^^ .stand;,h6;haa5taken on labor-matters: :aigainBt,;the?:intej:^estS;iiiFrom^aU^Pver? (th,q,�.prpylnee;:fithese indications'rare^^^ (fthat*i,the[Wberak -candidates, Sw^^ them. aTev'no:labor candidates; .will re'eeiv^ the full Jabor vote; Ii'liiVEdmonton;vthe 1 election 'of-Mr. Cross, and ^Hon. A. G. McKay is as- �aured;-" - ������ ���^���'-'c^'-..... yirAt'-Stpntyi; Plain;-i^ohn^;'M !ihe";;sittlng.imembef;::has ?beeh*nom ;t" Bverywhi?r6 ^ the most ^^uaacimous apiritiig, apparent Iff;the5Liberal ranks; and, -from - every ; constituency Mn the":provlnce;j 7?^;efe � nominations have taken .place,' andVthp oaMpalgn^,is now oil,' cpifi'^- repc;rts''*'fhaf |lh'e 'Liberal party will be returned on the 17th iri'st, by �a^blggeVmaJprity than- ever .iitftiisjEPS ::vr: lis bill COMPENSATION BILL >WILL BE; HUNG UP FOR- CO^SIDERA > " ' f'TION British he- a though growing will later Jj0 lone main industries .-"i^,'* No Wonder riloMr ^Aprii^' 3. Sir William Mere^Jlili's' draft; biir'^n,^'workmen's premier as' bne?o�.' , the gVa^pp^^SUbjccts .with;,whlch 'the goy-; ernmenidhas become, engaged in ^oy,\ Val ',ym^', 'brought'* -hq,'^,y.t9Ta.iaR-o^ legiq^a^t: befdr^^he ^ h'ouper- clps?^'; In, wKtvf'^'he' p%Bpeot>,-w>pHia aW The marked superlp .on/planterp'^agrloultu Wtiptilon of .autoiP"*''* eveit- 'proc^BBiTmpntB icidijnt until the ne-ws was wired' tpiT*iVa.;deUcj[ou^| [ihCm a,fj�r tjie'body^was fpunV" thJtWalt^i. it-yei mm (I SuUd � I .ifii.oi and Htrongfni ry ei.ojioml�al td'u e"j " l" Ohio ana oth. A.,: .McPullbiigl^;,,;a^ leading' Ifiarmer, of,!:L,undJ?reckj,;^and eskti^;ardfent radvb-f oMe^cftimlxed^^^^f^ the Assb�iate- Boai-gS of Trade, says thai ,he,^..,and a .large nifmber o.f his nplgiybor4.iftre.J^^^^^ ;^rw>u�4.Ppaventfon;)and;i!W^ ,ip,,*a,..!3pdy,,,.,,.;,Thiy4^ ,chaiige.vlndit'e,.hB (hey:thisk^it.will he ^asgrpajterrfluocessi .iaud;;^ afgr^eatjtmany.jmci'e-farmers : V Tp, d.omonstrate..,iand;- justify-. .'his ,falUi., in ^;m.ixed: .'farming, ,,Miv �.MoC.uI- Iough..^a]iidB;;,f;rf.want;,to .summit a'sjpyi fIgUrps;, thatT,wiU,,.^show ithe......farmers" ,What'..there. ac.tfiWly,'is in. mixed,fa'nn-5 tagf.;:-'LsaiUArfiisingiwork mWsesi^^^^^^^ pp ws,,;bep);^,.oattle,K.hogs,. aheep, ^ gPaW and�vphlokeins;^:ia..grPW{ foursacrea^t^^^^^^ mixed:;i'bbtB:.;, ten' acres .'bfcj'potatP^ tw6nty.of:.Awheat/iten,!of'feed;coatS/vten of.;;fjeed;bOTiey,'SfiyerortiirulJij8,'^^ peets, ithlfty. of timptby,--'one.r hui-. dred of.nfjxed gi'asses|?ifl.iUe. bajf ance:;.bf?i�iV~ """^ " in rotation mentjsT^yith,'flax, ,ana^cIo: .,haying!.;,.gppa;'resultsil^^ i/4"ABj.';,to.;>ma jny..pfo.djietB;i',tlid'Mf4tf/.l^^ .h'igheitirf'ani^j'Igr^fSj^^ have  *eallzed!',;i thfeibllowing; M .Butter, 80 09ntB':;aCi!qund;i.i1illk,l 10 ERqY'-IF'.JVI.EANS.rs ;/ To'rontoi; :'i'&inV,;9.^^W*,'tlie ' annual mcet"ing5,oflrow>'4f ,l^'w'�rdX^nIy^ahii-'o�tr)feih,'' began as,,he"*. cuits,J'tfien-"Yes."|lriteJ5rupJe| ent ibet- thre&f^'B:^r^^^^^^^ tar half, /'then' I^mjfeli^pi'a tuVeB,.;f^r\)hai;^Pli;h^^^ Bucampmont'-, I.'^-O.V.^OraF, ^ h^ changed'?lr6m .-V^edneBdajt^to-; 8 .o.o;6;6ok..; '.l^ijcpf i -A amitf?t;Re'c.iSoilbe.�6l^l ^hure-month^wlll be hbm day/ey Work/^JDV-A. 8nii.t^|#.fec.^,Scilbe Thursday, April Aup^tln's hall. thb%ltieflrare'>npjF4feteel^^^ Oil' ,,'�AHW eczema iot^tieatcd, iea�*by.fmy- , gfti^wlng .eVmis: frffVH:"tr^r�S'4�^^^ usslh Itt t*ie rel't f 0't w tiood .suffer st�tps 99 73 3944 0 ;