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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta , ^^ptUME VI. TWEI/VE Kji(*ES Lethbrldge; Alberta.. Friday, April 4,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 9G fSImIER SIFTON will speak HERiE At THE MAJESTIC THEATRE THUR. april 10 PiMIEIinN ' BENNEIT IN H Calgary Member Starts rersoiialities and Is � Described as a Political Humbug , Calgary,: Altdv;- April, 3.-A .-polH Meal humbug, was. the name applied to R. B^. Bennett by Premiler SIfton at a? great'-liberal- rally here .this evenings. The 'premier ^aa referring at the -iime to ' an , interview given by  the iifederal member to a local ^aper in which .it was stated that the issue of the campaign was , now ; dlear'as -R. B.rBenriett had arrived from Ottawa. In the .interview Mr. Benhettsiuld that  the issue was ;Whethui:'s thei govortiment of the province ."was .to be entrusted to those who had - s.jnio sort of regard for the provinfie or to those who exploited � �tJieir. office Jot personal purposes. . , Mr. Bennett, said the premier,' .made "Uiat statement^ but did not a-belieVb it to ..be' true: While in the legislature he never.'made any such charge and neither had his successor as the leader of the opposition i^Such SUFFRAGETTEIS CAUGUT WITH THE GfOODS London, April 4.'-Two girls suspected of being militadt suffragettes about to commit ttn.'outrag'e, were arrested today ,before dawn. � They carried bags oont^iining' -parrafine paper saturated with oil/' >, candles, matches, etc. In each of the bags was a paper; bearing .the. scrawl "Beware how you treat Mrs. Pank-hurst." The girls when .brought up AUBTRIA-HUNaARYi LOOKING FOR WXR SCENTS TROUBLE FROM RUSsfA.! AND THE NEWSPAPERS .qo , MUCH THREATENING ''i at the police court gave their names as Phyllis Brady and lytilUcent Dean.! consent of Europe. They, had explained to- the .police-/declares that if Russia prefers to see Vienna, April, 4.-Little Montenfir gro's defiance of the powers, is the' subject of a series of historic outbursts in the newspaper here. There were indications the Austrian editors believe, that some of the powers are not. supporting the program agreed' upon for the coercion of Montenegro^ the finger of suspicion, points particularly at Russia, The papers print to-" day an apparently inspired declaration announcing that Austria Hungary expects to act Independently against Montenegro in case the naval demonstration-by the powers, is not sufficient..' One editor adds that "the city" of Scutari must belong to the future state of Albania, with or without the The - Relohspost man who arrested them that they wero returning from - their Easter holidays. , . BULGAIAN TROOPS ARE FALLING BACK things otherwise arranged, the whole, work of the ambassadorial conference in London, will be null and void. It !s stated here that durtng the-recent fighting in the vicinity of Scutari, the Moiitenegrin. and Servian beaelglng armies lost 2,000 killed and the same number wounded. At Medicine Hat Said the Liberals But Them in Lj^|lilftl#^'e tor The . Piu'pos^ of Buying" Them FLOODS AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, April 4.-The annual spring floods are cutting off parts, of the northwestern suburbs, of Winnipeg ;London, .April 4; -~;;JEIie Bulgarian troop^ in front bff|he|fi^^^ at Tctiatalja :haye-|S|^^^ buo icauBJL oi uuc uj,i.v,=^>..�/�. ^-w. under cover of. a series'of skirmishes * charge came with ill grace from a'according to dospatohes� from Coa-man who controlled the greatest stantinople. combine in; the: province; the-; eleva- � ' : " -" r  ;' v � ' . . �..... - tor^, and irom,'the.man whose,p.^rt; ,> --^^'-'i,,- 'ii-, ��� -m ' >iv*kii ' ii-'^*"^ ner in business had appeared before T -nATO' 'I III 1^1 ill Al the government'.in the ;matter of the : ' ' |.- - .V>l|!'|' \' � �' |/' ^UU ' " " III "UU' -/V � Farmclmplement'biir:;lh:^?the.--inteK ^ ;; " r-|r ��t'>'|jHsl: fl % � * > Vi H 1' ests of the trusts. Not,a single V* I � W Jli-ll I IV member of the government had ever ^-�-�-- e.vpIofted' his oIBcb for personal ad- , , - , , i yani^ge and it had remained durjng Mr. WlUSlOW Of pjltjtriQ Wlud, Eugilie aild Pimip leo.v Repudiates (3^mpa^ Gov- LIBERAL CHIEFTAIN WILL BRING MESSAGE OF OPTIMISM TO THE PEOPLE OF LETHBRIDGE NEXT WEEK Coal Mines Are Booming at Fernie �Grcat Mass Meeting in Majestic Theatre, Billed foB Thursday, April 10-Notes ol Campaign-Liberals will Sweep Southern Alberta. ,the campalgnt for- the arrival of Mr. Bennettnto indulge in a campaign of personal abuse. ;. Mr; >BennettrmIght embark on such a cainpalgn hut it was not the idea ^eek ago a st6ry was ?pread -that the go,vernment had m view thpughout. 1ihe_ pto.vinco. tha$' t&o ernment of ^Alberta.', was-,eminently^Pleased.With* the'-'ffS^A'S ^' ceptlon\which,had heeh acdorded him T.nTniiip-and .tHe^ various candidates in the " , . . ,+, field ' He found nothmg'but Warmth ^r Wmslow is m the Jjity In the greetings on every hand, and to""^ of the south country,' and ex- He fdund-nottiingv.but^^w'armth ^J'^t^X T^l.T^'tf th� pressed the opinion-that ^'instead ho was,.niorethan^amazed^ at . -the the' ;proviS^^r WS' coicoifi �ex.. large number oi. Conservatives 'who ^�avmg ^"^J-fo '^^^ .Vbitiy*,\of not only undertook-to vote tor -the AinVta this veatHh government but also' to' give- it its E'*^^^,^^=',"-Vh,'& heartiest supptirt.' "The premier ^said' ~f� t�^!%H^,,-i*,^^;\,Z!ss^^^^^^^^^ that'the south of. the-province, was *'^f'' 1?'"? J'"irrt,^^^^^^^^ solid:for t^ego^fe^mneiSV-and^^h r'\".-^,�rv*XirTie^^^^ sureffrom what, he,had seen that if,^T�///; ^Jw^^^^ the gavemmeht wouid be.returned to- o^^t ^^^^I'.^^^^a.^^^^^ nS2g,a long.and interesting -..SJ't^KC^^^^^^ Vot,^basrfor. the government was a ^nllS ^ voip oast for> the government vote, for, the people, as against corporations and'every vote on other sidp was a vote against best interests of'Alberta, , ' ^ ii*> There wore freqient .'interruptions New England S,tatfis -during the mectiiig but the premier from beoombiE a .Ck act is certainly Unbiased, and he is satisfied that the ,governlnent has taken' a step - in the right directlpm (W. A. P. Report), sMedicine; Hat, April 3.-E. Michen-er, leader of the ^^.Iberta opposition, and- E.^F. , Ewing, of Edmonton, spoke here .tonight' in tlie interests of Mayor- Spencor^'ji'the Conservative ean(Udate. ' \ Mt':-'^mns'i^^ three ques-; tiohsiVsThe sud^'calling of the elec-ti,onvbyV'P(reini^:^Sifton, the report dirculaterf-byjilifite,' goveritment that Rogers rmbnejri^d; workers have been seri|;;into'.^ �weaknesses whiph may doffelop.-is'the act. However^ Tie is sure ' that,.' hlsi| on' ''a company .can dp' business yet in'; -iL-larger volyme ^than ever. 'J, . ' ' , Dr, IVracDou^alL'lia'd a.'i'ousing re-, ceptj.on and sjioTte o.t^'the principles',of 1 �,';Li{)eralisin and^tfe^progress'raade.-by-'-, 'the'!;prese^t ;govw;jiiient-;during"" fits' _^ James 'Sho^t^fKjQ,; presided ' ovetv' ...  the-moeUng^.;;|||;sald.^^^^ 5,^ �^foi'^tjnate m,,Mvlng ca-pdidates >ho V 'Jlnspi^fld' obnMepee -amdngltthe ,peo3 III' 1 ^e enforoSd'-witheiraiiyal. of O, ''#fiM MoDqiiiaJl .had'be,en-'ohOBM f^nd W^ll mmmm interested in the Spring Stock 'Sliow here'this month,.an4 .will bo'-present, if at all possible, ' ^ ' , (Contihued on page 7) . HUMAN! BE Angered by Piiiilii^SfSe; 'Ltindon, April 3.-i|W>entsipe'p� three years- penal' V^yltudS/fimp/Jseai oh, Mrs,^ JBmmelinef $^khuriit,j/ ,1^e| leader of the rAilltots, tof int^^i her -follower's ^''tb" Jdestspy Ptq!J,eFt.y>. has-aroused thp militants ;to t^^VM^ they threaten strong'rep^isals/^Wtifen sentence was N,pjcoaiOufic|i^ byi- tjia judge, Sir, OhaiK'MiJnHBWe'i'USJi,'-in;, the Old Bailey�-^e3i|ions 'A^Ml^t %P Pankhuri^t, altl\ftttltiide 'as; ever,declaring "tl^at +ihfi.iyEOuld fight' ,;Qri;e;,of Jbho^.raiHtaja^eadws, -a^-? tfoljhC ng !teMi4|B^or4the'^^^^^ 'eyen'^lijmian'llfe ijirflnW.nojJio^^F r^sp'ep'ted. In L"6ndps/J,01asgQJf�'';alid, btjierJl'acea^.throtighbut, thVoQun^ry ilJO LONGER TO, CTED BY ram nr ponssrvadye'�eVw{6inde''.:fie'n. ^. to ihliii*. and ac thV vaine 'Imo, an m-ttc I'-p a imauitariau,' ,He lurned irom Oil pMtv in 18!),5". ^"^e! fsXi'tij;at;5.eViatl ZELIES HEALTH I^'; ; If IN GOOD SHiii^E ,AL. LOW SPECIAL DOCTOR'JOv , EX'AMINE SUFFRAGETTE ,'i , t'. " ''�V' ' ^''.-'t * -J ^ -^'i 1* f London^ Xpril 4,--:Re^inald;Mr^Is>ri--; na,.,t,he British Home "Secretary,,";fcs^-' day", curtly, nitused" to permit-tjie.phy-; .sician chosen'by Mrs.' Emerson,;' of-Jackson,' Michigan,' to cxaminer'-her! daughter Zelie, the niihtant, suitra-, gette, now *fh prison tor windo.w, smashing, arid said to bo>,snitering Irom'.-th^ results of forcible feeding. '.-Secretary Mc'Kenna's -reply to >Mrs. pm^rsbn's'request -^vafe, as IoUowp-: "1 regret'.that ,r cannot graiit>your; request l-o.'.haye you;:.^.,daugh%'^^ex\; abined by' a-'phj;.^ioJan,,ot .yofc*;9Jvn choosing. /�''The',-,cohdjtionk"6f,. tyokt-i daughter's .h'eilthvfsa]liisfactbryi''jndi gives ,no, ''c^usefUor'ivanxi6ty.,iT('ijyour.' daughter con'tinuesi'ito'^ be of ;goo'd-'ba-' haviditr.' slje,. Ml^lbV releaspd'-'"iro^i fo^piitibnifev; Tien JiV we'ntMraiid charged,that-the large. citj^^vMedidine Hat, which; Bhoiiia; hive,*, a-me'mbenjto; look .after itBalone, hadf had'-a^-large fural "dlsfrict* attached to it, that the' �farineri' 'vatevmight*'beVmanipulated,-!bub;w\th;,respsct to the latter he had ,grsce?lp.;add:'''by the interpolation of iSederal'-lBsuesi" ibut:he lef�, it in a :ROsiiion''tha-t the minihg vote of Leth-bridge "City constituency was to be Sought.. !Mr. MIchener had various charges, ct .uialadmiuistratlon .to make against several, departments of the govern-n^nt.' Ha' accused the Public Works .^department."Of withholding,, items ,of: .tKpeh^iture to use asc. .promises fo.r p'olitieal purposes. The .Telephone, de-j; j^Btrtmeni/was. being used .in-the same! way; :tSo!: was the Attorney-aeneral'S ^d"epartme'pt:>, The Treasurer's deifart-, 'i^entiwaa all wrong, but he had nbth^, ip^jt9''sdy against-Arehie McLiean's ,depaftment,;although it was-thei-only; ^(^li^Cthattescaped his  attempted �icrltir; ^lism. ^ Tlie balance of his speech was Along,lin^e pTeviously given. , , He.lannounoed );hat'th^'.jparty held to "th'e platform adopted'4n 1905, sev-;e^41^^ianks of which-he^alli^gB^^^^^ :iaad stblen^ .^,''-He.i'strongly stated, the ^po^Ition of �ai^%artj;/:to;the governipent; building/ bwnin'g, and 'operating, railways and! e^'VatorpJ He proposed to.carry out :ar^;'A.',J�;JG; W. agreementras'oontract-edT'atid' "make the. best' of a had bar- 4;KA^?F;';BwIng, of Edmonton, made his iet.A,'& ? ., 1-0. had I und hei dn'ightei, di d the, � oc- S'l the toi tlLTPupri ,'^-^cuoUs .nd 'ciiMon Fernie, April 2.-According to figures obtained from Col. Frank C Denison, United States consul In this city, the exports 'through the Fernie consulate for the quarter ending Mar. 31 to the Amwlcan side, totalled $534,000. As is to be; expected the greater part of this is. the value of coal 'which vyaa shipped from the local mines. The exports of this commodity reached a total of $472,000, while coke amounted to; liT.OOO. The value o� emigrants' effects was a little short ol $7000, and hides, horses and lumber aggregated; about $3000. . It is reported that the Crow'a Nest Pass Coal company are putting on every available 'man, and it is expected that'in a few'.weeks at least the output ot coal will he nearly doubled. "Sifton's power is surely flowing, Every day It's stronger growing. Sweeping oer the land." Sure. The campaign for Slfton and Progress proceeds apace. Everywhere the Premier has visited in? Southern Alberta his constructive policy, his campaign for a greater and more prosperous Alberta, has caught the ear of the crowds, and today the &ifton government is stronger in the South than ever hefore. � It will, therefore, he pleasing news to the people of liCthbridge,, who believe in a booster and not in a knook-er,ito know that the Wemier will appear in Lethbrldge In the interests of Liberalism on Thursday ;night, April 10. The good Liberals of liAthb'ridse felt that it would be unfalr.to thepeo-pie of the city to be allo^ed.to hear only .the onc side - of'the. case--the Started in Livery Stable and Destroyed Hotel, Bakery aiid Two or Three Other Structmes-- .; Calgary Fire Brigade Responded.  .ii-t-e.;.�������..;..�.�-.v..;'.;;!--i,r.;.i-.  -:-^-�-:-'--  '~ ' i^angdon, * Alta^., April 4. - Last night the )hiisineSs center of, this to'wn/was-gutted^ by "fire, the totalj l^iB- being estimated at $60,000 partly, covered '.hy. in^ur^nce. Shottly af-' cyr'ld?'&clb9t..fl^ oe. and*'gaiiCSg'*"h(?a^dway,^ra|[idly sjpread to'the,]ir0Olroora, and cafff-TlndSr the Langdon-�hotel, which shortly, w^s doomed^'^urstjng out at the back,Of the^:^i6tel, thbvlown bakery caught fite -aid -vi^as quickly gutted, on  the othe^fiide of .the livery barn the" lire reached and destroyed the blaclf- smith .burning town'was ^ - , . -department' from' Qal, the aid, b'uli by the t'h the,akina'gfe'--'"-^"""�''' side which portrays .Alberta's eredU , In a light bound to destroy the confi- ' dence of the world la the banner pro- ' vince of the prairies, and asked the Little Premier to come along and show how bright things really are. Ha . has consented to come on the lOtb, and a mass meeting will be held In the Majestio Theatre that -evening to . which every fair-minded man who wishes to hear hoth sides of the case Is urged to come. Premier Slf ton's reputation as a ipubllc speaker Is welt ' known to everyone In Lethbrldge, par* tioularly to the old-timers. He has a reputation of hitting out; from the' shouldsT. He has also a oonstriotlve 1 policy for Alberta.' '� Hon, C, H. Mlt* chell, and probably Wi A. Buohananf M.P., will also speak. It is rumot'ed that Hlohard;Bonfir,a Bennett will in-vade th'e' South during the campaign to preach further jalonsj the policy ot narrow, markets i.and;flf-teen cent oats. April 15 is the daite ; set. It' la understood. ;lt;'goeB;Vwithi' , out saying that Alberta's vaufte'vlllei politician In the Ottawa, House ,wl]l rooeive-a; hearty-reception :her*,;!r.ifor,-, his ability as a platform cyrator of^^the flowery'type'Is welliMtabllshedi' Mr.-Jon,e� at'Co�"'V''�*" ' V ! " J. 0. Jones;"the/Liheral-i*hor:; i i A STAY IN raE ELECTIONS JUDGMENT DAY IN t DISTRICT COTOT !t|e' District: Court this" niorning be-if 6reHis, Honor Judge, Winter ..Eld-:ridge;.;aa/: from,the south': was charg-e^,-wlthj,gross;;imtaorality,- and pleadT ed' guilty. Sentence was deferred. Ste've Captoh, an Austrian, sent, up; spmeitimeiagO/idr stealing pipes was found- guilty, arid, sentence'd. to 'six; weeks -m the 'IVIounted' Poiice bar-!i-aoksVi �aad:*a-/fine ^ ;fault;k�-.v payment,;: of ;:tWr:;flne;";;an:.ad^ diiionalyslrrfWe^TfS.v^; A/'...;Taheri daSe ',Wtts .c.also. on '.tl^c( docltet..... tj^h'omas Vaiighn" arid. 'WmiyHunie.were. charged with stealing bottles of liquor from ti*Oster ;ajid"; StubKff, Vaughii^ said' he �vy-ascidrlWikjiSatv^i^ :no.tliing*!..about;.p'/.; He;: was;^ months:'i.Hunr6.*Was � acquitteii;; 1' _ - ^ ^-1? . - ..... Thrde criminal cases were tried in Macleod ToriesfTake Ac-, tibn hilt are Npt Sup-, ported.Elsei^here,,. ,; Maoleod, April i, - .Yesterday ^i'a "writ was issued by Colin'vMcLebd; aohng for J. L. Fa'Vi'cett, presidont of the Conservative association and served on Mr. Heap, r.bturhmg. olUo-er, asking ' that the ^ii)rovinQi'aL election in,progress in the-' riding 'lie stayed on acconnt ot.insuffioienb tlirie Ca^pi _ 'Sei'alfdltAis'mb'ridlitg'that Jen- I kWi\phl^'AihinW'^.6iMM up I altd tfowevfer; th'e ^(flt-su poitti are ^I^Oit^ taking.-any chances, and ire working- day and night to ,n turn th3 Cardstota pioneer. , ; '\ '''Blwne'd^the^ Devil MANY' SPEAKERS ARE COMING'  I .:;i:FOR THE 'IRRIGAtiON'.CONVENTION messrs. naismith and rankin I .here ,today to."discuss "the'details fq> enter-- ' � tainment 3i6n;>ij^hl9hi>obod,' bcllp.' c,orif erred, 'with-'W.* H,;"Fairfleld, ^sViperliltend^nt of the Dominion, ^erimeMal, Farm,' ,and,, W.'D. Jlnlqy, seoretar3^-,ff� the Associate. Boards, _of| .'Trade,'''this:, jifternopnslrelative .to-'the; ''dfelalle'd'-^arrangemerits" for" tbeL^tW.esti; 'iTripah^da'-lTrig^Uin.aBSOQia'tiori con-eAtVn',;tp he held In.lAthJjW^.on.i c\c'- llent' progrommeri oMp?,fe na- bfen'soliokedr/^fflciai'.delsf!-' till Intel natlrnal lr^dga. tounill out hi* mistake >befpr^''tli,i,whol� l-i sue was out.Vdnd van;�?t,,a.�resh i�ue of the-paper.'.',The/'clOTU'''''got all tho| blame., |,,V>,t't,' ; i The same ,gen'tlemaa;;In, spMkidBlJ at a meeting ln�the,'''M[.aoleoiI district.? is alleged to ha*e glVeri a'tvery brightl and.sblnlng'Teason foSf.'wAliiB against^ Conservative lawyers^lfeev^h^re ,wtt5 the importance of thSii claims.' .^BIuff Tried ifiJ'C^ltiaryv ^t] . � Calgary, April 3,^.^'e'T"oyle8''of paKi gary are feeling, thelr^^ogitipn J'apnq'^l jwJiat insecure'; aclAvh,^yf>o>r;;'atari,ed.' to try- arid \p\ill. oft �T,|jlg" ^1"^* Tot injvnbtlonkiwfts, Wpdstl /ud'>fucha^-- ">m^Kra^:^#%#feto';SvSJ4-! tlmer8..themii'elv!e�.v. Jti8t..js|;hat thiaM* theys^expeof-to hwe^ttf'iurn the,oldrHf ;^ timers 'vote'-a�alnit'->Arbhi,e McEetm^ f*A^ priSice of'old-tlmera. l8*hardU kno vn ;l'Tli^_e'Is"'..nothing to'it bit Mi-: Naughton In, th" Cinningi> dlstrlit i It Is'onJy'a'qtMsilon o ho% lirg. hli i majbrltxti^ief.M nomd, tf (iUi, . �b|m>l; 4|g,-they�iE mm tl�'Kins nn. conclusion, t r ;�on,'*/6i->eres8lng| %56tlonji' i,al(h I'pour't^aniJ ihat It 's eimplv a i '^^;{be^^#mi of li'lbustei wbi^h r itfiinlc-^wiili-KO down .-with t'hfl'-''n)iaB m \p.Uh tney ,c|^}^^r tmi ^ 5ij,o ao *n -vilth thf rt * -ses |^1,&fl�ci^t^oaniimc the Ilbrrals c, cjd iiio mucilng will gcat succpba Ii Sout&,Ca^l|aiv, wbich li yT[ov,n as a 1(,r, h3t|b'f''d, Clifford ^oiijsUhe ^an (Coufiuucd on" page'7) the, sam^alllfo'^^^^g nser va tivel^m^^^^^ It llo'i ^^^H^^B y Liberal""-'. i,e'tiirn.�d! awth>bVl t u -v'H E It TO lh;r(ii