Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGEKIGIIT nn; DAILY 'YUKSDAY, .'t, ini? OPPOSITION CHARGES AGAINST THE SIFTON GOVT. MISERABLE FAILURES o- iil In Make St'iiniliil Onl of Policy (luvi-rmiieiif. Ts Sluiwii I'll in Us True Colors by Uilins Sarcasm ol' i'lTinier'.s Kl'l'cciivo lioply Opposition .Menilti'i's Hai'U l'i> Askeil lo rrotluc'i? Their AlU'giMl nu'nt'nl lhe first minister "llul 1 sup- pose when llio 'leader ot Ihe somo hitormiUIOM was 16 be olitJlndl fov tin- minister ot r.ill Mu'V li.ivi Ions time." "llul." lo wall fur u oi1, uujilu lo Ln 10 ilnls' all ul mil min tH'jillriiii'ii careful I'lil ciol KVt tttK'lly luir (li.'m til (MIC lilnllotiH OK CluMirtlor R.ile ol lutcreit. The IVi'inlor Ihrn inorei'ili'il 'leal Ith llin at into of luu'ivsV i iiii- ramull.m Ncriiiom wi'Moni ulul trulil A. J. Mltdu'11, all'lilor of On- C. X. I! sun- ul tho o. A wrlHi-li (if llu'lf lu- u Mil ut ilvlnsiiili rtcu- I In I lie liuiuls lit 1 (iri-Mi-nt iho I'un- I'M'Irei I. (Sptclal lo The raiiuinioii. Arrll A Ions dobalo on (he railway inilioy nf HIP iiovoni- ir.crl cvvui'ii'.l lliu pmlre iifli-ruooil soJswn aud llio gtwtiT ]xvrl o( iho srsskAi c'( Ihc Icxluy. On llw last owiisluii ilus much was Icfurt ilio house ihpy iusisU'.l that ih nn Vnrllirrn 1'on.Is ha.l b.vu.soM n( ;ml mil :u S9 Iho liinonl. wblcli L have no thai IhG (I Ib I veil iu llie document Hon. C. H. Miithrll laiil uiiou Ihc lulilc or lhe house, joninrli. acconlinK t> 1'remkT Sifion as nan o( .1 scaihiug :icii f [lex-live mudsill ot lhe; ihe government cm i vlhivis'of ibo oDiH'Mtioii, laWfil two telesramf. our from lhe nmlltor o. ua: IL -cm! iho oihcr from l.aianl Vrerti. lhe imrohssprs of llie bomla, ,anil ii Is sivo.ii a? of lhe Sir Clhl'iml Sidini, in ig woulil t'C1 troubln v.-ilh SVntrle i estimate ot j w. Klili-li was 1909. fori-sooliii! iliat Sir njiL.' fr.ive I'uul) Juiilyr lueinber fnr l-Mniouli ilcll.slilnl KI hour (linn, Ilioy M-nulil linili.iblv, atior they left llio house, say, "11 U urn rvi'lem thai Hiey we.v Icl.l so niul FO liy EOIMQ son cr in bv giui-julcis ami other, methods li.ul McXrlhur mfl others millionaires. He based his his on. lhe slatemclii of a Jomiiiton engineer ol Prairie Tbi. Elven -at the ,h? ct ,1 from will, mleniatloml ,ve have a margin ct 52.000." o[ the [jeouK i'-i making. J. r.rsTimeiit III support of tills on i ill "Bui." of imerimioual rcpuir-.tiou Lave u margin ot -Mr. McAriliur ilill I as oilier i u'batever prieo was lixi'J by tei TKo of If tic lo It. liav- (our tlnlea llicy matter anil not otice to Farmers! UV.siijipllt'iI you In l.lit1 full ol'1'.IHi ;mU sevt'Wl years bc- forti. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MRET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHORIDGE i CALGARY OFFICES. Send now. in 'your orders We have, (lu- men. PHONE YOUII ORDERS, 1112 LETHBRIDGK, CALGARY. J. Harris (Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CALGARY S2-5 FARM LABOR L, L, provincial government IDepl. of Ao rlculturc) (or the dbtrlblillon ol (arm UUor In Ilic DlBlrlcl hnfl Liken office! In the Board of Tr.ido Lulldliip, Letll- brldjt Office Hours: Farmers KiMliiIrliiK Help Should get In touch with Mr. Hnrtni.in nt once nnd Farmers should state wages nnd class o( men required. Fai'iii Laborers Requiring work will be directed If they will call at the office. Will also receive Information re- garding available lioineEtcnus In the province nnd be supplied with maps, literature, rates, etc.. by Mr, Harlman. Mr. Mlclcner declared thai ample evidence bad bceo trough! out in lie vuhlic accounts comm'.itse uurius Hie I.VL io prove beyond iloubi I'-at progress'esiimates hail been cer- tffied io by lhe soTfrnrnenl engineer mil paid oul wilhont vPrniea- tiou hv a'ciual inspection, ami iney vere forced io the belief thu lhe progress esilmaus bail HJoirie3l actually "paid out'both in con- ctciiou with iha lines eonirolleil by- ihe 3 D McAnhur system aud wilt (he Canadian Nonliern Western. .here was n laugh on Ihe 5- side uf lhe house. They were able, jowcver. he sli'J, io give a correct es- timate ty Alex assistant cbie! engineer lo Ihe ileparlmenl 01 railwavs'anil canals. Otuwi. on ihe ne branch-of which vesiigaUMl by the nubile accounls he shoulil feme uu here av.il foriunately coniuiillet: anil In regard la ivhitji i: j or unfortunately Jje a from had nut been proved thai eiiher the j iho F'Meral for llie unr- sovernuier.l ur Tbe deyartoient hail j of buililiHK this railway. Ot noi acted perfectly u-SIUin.uely. course lhat was a mere inc'lik'nt." Tlie leader of llie opposHlon knew- j Ho should have been able lo set il bf-tter lhan lo make 111 the house the from us so as iu umke ihe leaiier ufj TEG CONDUCTORS WANT IN- CREASE Man.. Ap'.ll 2.--Winni- peg street railway enmliKtors and moi- Ihe opposition's work oul more ormen waul un all rouiul increase of oorreelly tut he Iiappc-ned (o cents per hour In their wages, ihis charier and lie nseil il and lie. They H-JO wrnt iniprovr-d r-o'i- is, and announce their i lie bail mauc elsewhere in (iiese railway waiters :iuil that the government viccu was back of the gnar- i secured assislanf-e to liuil-.l the railway ioial cosi of lha Grande Prairio sec-) Then as lo the tiiai was made, and he'had had 10 buy tim-< lion nn Sept. I'IP ou l on a IIP.O he IOO'K ibe that was; her limits lo mike up for the ot. reuori ivud v.as paid out. cm a snort nortlnv. of lullc-: Kotting the rrtiney fror.; T. A. 73 ij per mile. The tatiinaled CO.TI of'aac then averagc-il it In regard 10 Hie for ll 15 said Mr. Micheiier, was 3-T.-1 whole line. But any sensible o-.an payment on ihe actual work done un- der the- Canadian Northern Western guarantees. This was taking ibe Can- adian Northern estimates ior these various lines at per mile as the average grading. In regard lo ibe well as the main line of the E. D. arr'rt; betler'lhan' lake lli-j ivliole conslmc- ITS ghl some limber limits for tbe inirposo of supplying the people willi cheap lum- it was practically .tlie same; tion of ,hn railway nnl knew lhal tnc sendiiic the lumber down the ___ of-' fSTini'ica'were'completed and.10 miles graded had been paia.oui_and even for m the cijst of tic itrminil'giound.lii Strsin- cona'-an'd also'ilie the pre- UminaTT surrey U possible to accooiiL for the-work covered b? ihis In itie, of the CaL pBTy 'Northeastern line, I'haL lie company liad received "per miles for grading and tnaftlic com- pany toad received for llie pur- cha.se of right of way at the.city of ]letl Deer which bad nerer teen pur- ctjaseu.' Here, he.declared, Uiey bad eTidence o[ the fraiitlulenL company had received .monies pot earned from the y-oDil tb'c general siaiement.in regard to ilie McArthur lines, Uie leadet'df ilic figures to uis statement. Coming to Uie class of construction ant] COID-J anil tlie ivovic'-e was pleted woulrt be a fair estimate in i g'jEoluiely the greuuds opinion of lhe completed cost 'oi llie eslima'tpa baEGil. E. D. aod B. line. A. and The leader of opposition. railway in orrler to provide o llrailcil profit out of carrying froighi. "I bope he v.ill y-o on buying more Ml i 2 mifcs from Wilson Sidiiig. 1 a c au rn m rf a 1 1 90 icres new breaking- All czrn b; cultivated. .riM.OO acre, EASY TEHME Are your cyliiulcrs wnni or scorod. can I'cbui'c (liniu am! fit (licni will) new pistons iiiid Iciik proof rintfs. GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 216 FIRST AVE. S. PHONE 1732 AVERY TRACTORS Possess AVERYQUAL1TY -.LL THnESHERMEhr ANU PLOWMEN RECOG- "AViir.Y" SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PER- v FORMANCR. ra ?i r.fii Aviry Tr-ctflr lo fit size farm- Avcry Oil Tractors nre cquipncd wilh" double carburetor anil they bur.t Kerosene psrfcclly. Avery Oil cost less to buy. Costs less to run. "Prices antl terms are right. "Let us give you details.. Tractors demonstrated nvtry day at our Warehouse. Co.