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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Efflay, April 4,1913 THF T/PTTTRRlJxSlfE DAILY HERALD ''WHAT WILL YOU DO IN HEAVEN?" Hear about it at the Evangelistic Servise at tlm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TONIGHT. Human Life no i Longer to' h6 Respected (CouMauod Irom trottt P^pe)- BANK MANAGER ON AUDIT SYSTEM H. C, MeUEOD FAVORS AUDITOR APPOINTED BY MANAGER APPROVED BY 01-' RE0TOB8 Ottawa, April. 3.-Before tho Com-mona committoe on banking. and commerce today, Mr. H. C. MoLeod, former manager of the Bank of Nova Scotta, by different members of the .committed explained hi� views upon the main questions at is-Bue.- � � � "'?our vlowB at-e that there should be a hoard of auditors nominated by the bank managers?'' a�koa Hon. Mir. -"White.:' 'r"r.- Mr.'HoLaod stated that such a system-obtained in the State*, and had glvM� satlisfao'tlon., ..'To Inaugurate a ayatetn of Inspection by the bankers', .; asaoclatlon-mi|fht'le�a to those with  moat toluence'escaping examinatioiii The system he had adopted in ;hl8 bank was the SoottlBh ys'tem. He had appolr^tedTi the auditor with the appmaliot the dltoctors: With any bank with'.a jrpp^.iiyBtem.of;accounting,' an audltofc,oonld reR.filly find out Its oori^itloniib'HojkRew this step was not .jiaoe�s�ry'5fof ;t^e Bank :oI'Nova ' .-ScotlBV^but ;,had Inaugurated the plan .88 an eiample ttJ o^er btnks;' To lWhlW,'Mr; 3�WLAbd*a4id the � audit proposed in the now aotiwas a-, .jjood one, but not As good as the board system, he had auggested,: In . the - latter case -the rcanager of the Weyburn bank would have as;:mucli .Influence as the manager of tbo Bank � of Montreal. ^ The: question of-BBorat loans, being _ extended to farmers on the'BBCurlty of! their threshiid. grain and to ranchers' on' fiie'ir -cattle,' came i up.: Major -.vSharpe* asked it*this would-help the west. . . - . ^. ,v. "�{tiaiay do bo,'v said Mr.'MoLeod; ; : ':Thani>Why,Bhpuld ^It uot ibej��te5id:r \ed: tp'iOn-t.arlor'va.aked Major ghaxpe.?^ M-'-ltYwould help the whole country, it It would help any part of It," said Mr: MoLeqd. Mr. White asked It there were any . oonslderatlons arising In connection � with"; �Bcret'.loaEB to: be considered If so cKte'nded. "Aa a banker, I am opposed to tuch loans." said Mt. Mclieod. "The secret loan nw^aure is a moBt ob3,fc|ionahlB>PAe7.? , . "If a farmer is in fair credit does he need this loan? Xf bn is not in fair credit, could he gat a loan without thig security?" asl&d Mr. White. "If he-ia in fair credit he will get It without the security. If be is not in fair credit Ixe will not get It any way,^'�il'd Mr. MoLeod. The adviiSabiHty 'of binding banks do^p to'soY,eR per.^o^jjt, on loans was dlBCU|ped. a. Tariff raised the dls-cujaion Ta:r V4ltljig yliy farmers In the 4- we;St'''�houIcl>'be'.ohargb4" over 'Beven -per^oBilt: wtfeq. ,tte 'oharge, in the This statement,.did not cause surprise for thewpmen,; who at --first only sot Are to.ilhoooupled houaea, have made attempts in the 'last tew day.s. against occupied residelices. While the speakers at" the publlp meetings did not go: so tar as the anonymous leadcj^;. they promised that the agitatloh'would be actively conducted, and appoajed to the women to show thetr Indignation at the sentence by some ;deflnlto deed. Other women'declarod.rthat they would do "more:.r:th'ah ataggoro - humanity." > �Scotland'.Yard;;  aroused;/,by the^l threats of; the wbmoni has sent out warnings to owners: an^ tei^ants of property ol possible developments, and the police everywhere'ate' taking unusual preqautio^s. . . .Violent 'Apuie �. In closing a m.eeting'j:bbld-under the auspices of the Wotncnfs 'SSbdial and Political Union .t(ittight,.Anftie Ke.i-ny appealed tb thoae wljo w6re indignant at the lon^'. sentence: passed on Mrs. Pankliurst,-to^ come forward in the next 48 hours and: show their indignation by some de/inita deeds. "It is alwaysthe. la>v � t)reakers\ who make things 'sg,^\ti0 added. There were repeated cheeks- at every mention, of :BIrs. P.ankjiurst's name. Miss Konny;:'who "presided, wondered it ,iho judge'in suibming up realized that instead .of stopping the agitation he hadonly fanhed the frames. "Do you think," She isko'?., that becau.�!e Mrs. Pankhursfc is m prison, the women are going to sit down lik�' a flock of sheep Until she comf-3 out ?"  SALADA^ On a Packet of T�� nte4iis Freshness Purity Exquisite Aroma Delightful Flhvotii! Iff a Packet and waklfe. tho teal. ,on In Sealed L�idl PaokeU. oqjI^.M BLACK, GREEN & Mi^ij^ED, THE QEOiflGE LANE WILU CARRY BOW VALL.SY WITH A BIG MAJORITY Quite Satisfied' . With New Act being president of the Western Canada Irrigation asBoclation, "Invitations have also been ten^ared Sir Richard MoBrlde, Premlef of p>' C, and Hon. H. W. Roes, Minister Of. Lands, B. C, and to. many pro^ipeit: farmers from the leading Irdgatb^ii districts whicli are analsgous-.to our own. Every detail of the'^rrlgai tidn problem will be dealt with, fropi a practical standpoint, by experts! and should be of great benefit .tp.tiip farmers. Cheap rates on the railways have been promised for thi^ event,", said Mr. Rankin. .;.  Mr.-Naismith and Mr./Rankin.inspected the mines north of tlie.city, this morning, leaving again this afternoon. ' - ^ i Writs Issued Asking for Stay in Elections (Continued .from fronb.;pagel Mr. MartT Confirhis, It Mr. C. M. Martyn, head of the collection departiiut.; ..Wis are The other, two'candidates are-rd'ak-.areoting- warehouses in Edmonton-and Ing great headway. Geo. Rops,>^in Mfgary at,the. pEesejit time, and we North Calgary commands Qiilte* if are m -the; field not. oiily .-to stay, but large following among th*- wbrklrig' t9 .go, ahead,^ and::I believe 'the. Ma- men ;and looks llliS � wlnner;--.The pnin.cry'.biU ivilUhelp ins in that dir organized. atteinpt which was''made aast Gvenirig.to break'up^'thi'liii^^^ .rection,'^ said::Mr'.i:Ma'rtiri; , ...... tlsI^ln^^Sir"'^''**' a' yraxe- hieetliig1^*^age(;^ half by a biificS^ W nf-^!,l*$^V?-'^-^?''^�?- whose �cord.H..BBenn6t iwowsso.well. proved a greatlfiiia.^. Mr Svn ;k' . � '^'^^ ^"^^ speaker was the vaUfvi as g^ofi?Khern^Ah^/.r'"''"" '^"^^ McDqnall, ,^,T,her? , w,re ^7ver^r fever Mdthn�!h?�.,^^'t^ mterrupaons and at last thje old plon-: S-S Sf^iJS-W^ - "^^"f simply .said: "l haye'^ddr^sed prosneritv ^S"-'Oibusands of 'meetings In th'la '^iet prospen.ty,,thcoui5^ou{|.;tlie countiar. aid. haveValways been heardrllS^ BawDmo, Alta., April 3.-All Bas-sa^o was out to welcome Premier SUtoit this' mofning when he stopped oft; for. a few'hours on his way west. As the premier stepped from the train loud and prolonged cheers rose Jro^ a crowd ot about 600 C. P. R. employees who thronged the plat-lorni. A'lunch was given in honor of Mr. SiltOtt; in thft new Redford hotel by theimembers ot the Liberal executive find ijh* the afternoon a large meeting ^iiia |iel(l iu :th6 committee rooms at WjafeH'" general confidence was ex-p^pp'd e^^to t^e result of the election-;, In Bow Valley, the opinion he-itvg.i..th�jt George Lane, the noted stbcklit^eder: is a candidate that 'is. was confident that Bow Valley wjjuld in 20 years be the banner dtatrjct'of Alborta. Mr!:':;Sifton spoke ot tlie anger oi the opPQBition that an election was being held, as they had no policy on .Whlchi to go-to.^the.country. The oppositiontalked ,much of what they would^vdo, but in the legislature they' hatd:^qne: nothlpg not even tried to do .^anything. ^The government was a mo6t; democratic one. Its solo in-taresfe'waa. tlie:, people. Thpy had, )asse4.,,legislatilon in the interests of ihe; people asIt, had been aSked, 'wchen-ftlie-pepple declared this was urisitlsfactoty; the government would, m'ake any.'change ,that was desired. .; The. prejiiier a^cknowledged '^that much .money; ^'as bejng spent by the government but it was done in "the interests vof; early settlers who shoulfl;; h^Yo :thei!benent of railways, tsjephonea,' good, roads, bridges and Q,tji%,,. utilities'. . , ;jEfrhe ./^oyernment was tried and proTod and,found on the side of the ,pjeople. The people- bad no knowledge of the :po-wei:;::,oalibre..or even the in-tentldns: of the;; Conservative party. Tlie: best: the;; Conservatives could' do if returned to pojverwasto carry on. vthe ^york ;of;:thfi. government' as far as they could in-the same way as .It.yy^s .cjppe by the Liberals. There SMASH! CRAai BANG! Our great unloading ale is now in full swing. Right now is the time to buy when your dollar will do the. work of two > Come One! Come All! Below are some of our prices that will make you come fiTllv that is the British way of lair i=rdly ind would Ikrove the T)lav' I demand silence vi>|la.I.aitt enQmy Alberta coul4 have speaking." The ^ remainder of 'Ws ' ' Men's Suits Our suits are made from the finest materials and manufactured by the best maker^ in Canada. , We have Just received a new stock of Worsteds, Tweeds, Serges, Cheviots and by buying at this sale you will save from fine-third to half the regular price. Our suits range from $7.50 to I2S.50. Come and see these bargains for yourself. $28.50 Reg. value $35. Sale price ... Splendid values Reg. value $30, C^l fllfl Sale price i -"W Grey, finest make. Reg. value $23. C 1 A Q ft S^le Price .... Latest stripe $13.95 Reg. value $20, Sale price..... Brown worsted. Reg value ?15,.C 4 if . Uj? Sale price .... i I a99 Greens, blanlits and browns. Also a big range of Suits-, to clear at Qfi 91) per .suit........ �POa�iU' Braces, regular 50c, OCm sale price, per pair "**" Excelda Handkerchiefs, ular 10c-, sale price each............... reg- 5c Men's Hats and Gaps We have one of tlie largest and best' stoclc .-and assortment of hats and caps in the city. J ^ A call at our store will convince ybu', HATS ".no: Reg. value Sale price...... Reg. value ?3.Q0 sale price Reg. value $2.00, Sale price ..... Reg. value $1.75 sale pJIce $2.50 $1,915 $1.25 $1.10 $M0 CAPS Reg. value $1.50 Sals price .. , __________ ^ Reg. value $1.25, -QRiPk Sale price .... 5^** Reg. value $1.00 � "75 ft Sale price......... � yj** Reg. value 75c 500 Sale price Also a big stock of hats in the latest shapes and colors QQ-^ to clear at, each ........,.......     Llama and Cashmere Socks, �regular 36c; ;Sa,le price, per. pair Cotton Socks, regular iSale price per > pair ... ............. 15c.; 5c Menfs Boots and Shoes .Vas tfierelore no need for a,change, ^p, ,D. Currio, K'. ^C, of Toronto, sllpkejn support, as.-being the raos le government urageous "and enterprising Ln Canada. From what fie''judged, the opposition was nig-; if.. i_j -,ij ^A.rn +1,0 worst We have a complete with a pair almost at i We also have a complet Regular value $6.00, black and brovro button or laced blucher cut; C J ^ft Sale price................. Regular $5.00 pair; Sale price, per pair........... $3.60 Reg. value $4.oa pairy. Saltf^l prloe-iifper pair J Reg. value $3.00 pair; - Sale \ QR > A-price, per pair............. *1�  "^ , S Many Speakers' Are - speech was listened to m e..: J F . There-virere more IntorruptionB.'dUr- Commg to Convention f^^^^^:^^i:r:Z^� US: was more than a matcl^ for (^y of. the:iueBtloner�;,TheinW (Continued from Spon^ page). Professor Lypia|}, of the .University ^^u^jtediy a great succe^a,' an'd;.,the ot Utah; J. T. lifinkle, secretary,of the ^^^^ Liberal candidates made a great Oregon IrrlgatldnVboijgreis, on "The i^pyegflion on the people of C.aJgaryJ Problem of the'-ilrrig^Qr": 'James E. ^ ^^^^ afternooa a number o^-.dopu-; Caine, sec*etary''mai>B.gerof th;e.Com- ^^ .^alt oa. the Premier J? Men's Shirts Premieif Sifton Puts Bonfire Bennett - (Pontlnued from front page)^ Our bricklayers every man We "right now i:iiy.,banfc.'hiisjifl3i-. fr*:Sflftri�^ a.mi if it ^eliliiotli |e';t^fofHi _____^i'Jnto.-an.asret'nent to''ke�p up tHe rate pf'lii^r'oBj; and prevent'^boni-tp^iUtion-aJ^auidb^'punlshe^. jMr. Mo-Leodv'dW/*otttb^fc it a,dviB�blfl to malffe'li.an ifldlctable 9;{ence. ' Austin ^'Dolierty repouod ao. 8-ycar-old ipebrtfw''glrl,-lae{teoca Sollandet-, fromiC)ity, on ^.^ to a number'of Mwi^lSira^Xf. "Good autdmol^e'r/pada aVan 'aid to ,at.terB but none ot thenl ar,e;Of.any, irrigation', N?1J Neljf^n, trade and ijtical complexion The Premier la irrigation comml6Si;pn,er.,to,'^a 'Vait- g^andlng bis streriuouft week? ^QriF ed States and'0anada>o4�'arrigatlon ji though he is Buf|5eritfg trom a in Australia"; 0.-.M,;Oprnwall, pub- cold. Hla Bpirited reply .to |h,a Usher of The-LumbataapjOn'/'The insinuallope of Mr. Bennqt^ftat^veQ- Lumber Indu'stryiam-itB relation to ' jg generally regarded with ,;6atia-. the cause of Irrl'ga;tlt)k"; W. A. Hola- jj^ctlon , ,> * . bird, general ma'na^er of the Calltor- - -1----- - �, - j nla Development;'q6.r;_^j;,_AnselleB^; nfJ^TRlC^Tl -'3 ma Jjeveiopmwui HO., .fciois ,fl.u�oic=, -i�tt�. r� John h. LeHvlfll5%St9' 6ngliie6r, ,0re- QITY AND V gen, on "intematipflal J^^aj^s'.bf the ' ' -_.^v'-, ^^ater Question. ;P;^,|pungr^ , Wo^U'SS^^^^^^^^ . on Fraohe Bros;'. aadJUon tb'U^ ---,---, J. ^^^^ yj^ r ... . ^_i_v Eldent ot the Intftj^iatt^nal/Irrigation ^ OongfesB, Salt^lAk^*piW4gl&ii.-= Fjraohe Bros, � aaujuyu .^p of the Irrig^tl^^ giv^e^tlgatlon houses. The wooQ^prK ^ The Le Bay Here laii irrigationlBta and >agrliai?Si-3>^Kf si.:;v PuljHo buildings,' w�te'Caci:� ..poMjllptiin^ntB of w^lchv ever^-' 'Al'HeVt; ^%;|lS|uld be pr()ud.j::]rhiE>'Bolutlop: flf' ith:e.|ir4P�PWtatlon ij^roblepi had'been ;the ;goy9rn](5ient' in* a'%r^ |if^v.fl9ae n�uoh, t.dp;?|0r the 'develop- -'--- ,ijOgr}ti^�-agrlculture.�,>;..,.^;:fe': ;.j'- ' ::, ? had enactedi^dlrect; legislatiqni-'iiiwhioh "� d^::.:: a Coml'hJB^Mio;'^-^^'-'' '' ' 'Showed ani.enUre trust of�:,the�^paople.^ mm^e^'ji.fl!>fl?;#aj^08igary,:said ;,,,:::y:..y?*?8,f�r:yy^'^m:;..:,^ ,:ji^?abtral goverB&entia'd^baenpr^^ .CI ff^rd.,!-. ,Jons?,. ,South.,,0^^^^ f^peS^fo'ln-aBslsltlff^^^^ said-he;'s.upported woman:'suffrage in; y|||Wyinoe in: bulitHflgirftiiwaya;'and' ' Gonservatlver jm:;#lld}iig:gdo4'hlfeteK'-To:^ w..�r,e;|lo5!king,to th^ d^elelb-irator combln^^ie^gSverhmifltr ^Wd;promlaing;,t;ltielr;suppprt;':^^:T^ " [^iMarted: a cdK>pei?atiVW*"eiOT^^^ POflJUop; ^as vWRFWPP.osi.ng legl^laHon; stpiScdjujjWptprw^ ::t of the proylhce, but the truth . . boldest and 'most cour^ge,ous piece ,wa;S4liat that debt was incurred m . legislation ever .put on, any statute aSinki'^H which eyery jjltli^n of the implement - dealers, for, .>.r,.J T'.u---1 COOK. ^' Ipd-VlnEf 'fef^e approved. 'The l^iberal gov- j threats. ^ were ^erjiiweiit was tTilly;democratic, and � Blve Ministei; ot AgrlouU^ira |for Ai- - - Monarch'The^.tye .on. berta, will preside at.^he meetings, he J�^��fgti!, and ^bangem^r^ta? > and '-^i--'-"-^-' plana wer*. dlsousBBd, at length,-, next.'moellng will'Jjeheld on,;^Ionday: ' lyira. Delan�y Dead Itfrs. Mary Ellen pelaney, 101I).:S?^i office. One man wants;'help*/to br-ing put a family of nine,,others have families of five, while|,-th'e fourth wishes 'to bring out'", 6%f^{ malting^ t-nenty m all. ' ^ ff^,, The seore,tary, o?-tlief Board .wishes to heal'-from Jurther :P&rtiea _ and when a few more appUca-fitqp.S are re-, ceived', an effort.will "^I'Mv^'^Xh meeting '.ot^ oitlz6fis;';%';fot|j:eB,ted local branch 01 the association or^an- getting.-r^f -  -  ' ^' '.^ iMtviea^iSK the. province, but were cpntiuing their Baie#?'aBvfe^foroS|Tha^:spe^^ -,, ^.r; Vored the .development of power by I'fie.FranK Hfedley .Dril^' the government �t low costs. ; discoveries. Vo^gro-w .hair a^ter'Jt'has fallen.,out i>�S3lri'g, will poaitlx^ly Jjreate a new \ip-j^jeCEBSARY ;A$S18T- - ^ance'.were given ' izedila; M4MH(Ri��sf the> will pay tho penalty iP|MiH thtT trial, court, aome d\in^^p|W avilllotlne, and othus 6enln�^^g! pilBpn terms. ,*!:i??:),;Sfi;s�Hp>'?f^llip*';r� .-w.'. ',- ^ n a branch of .the .-Imperial Horn? fA.^B ?wfj"i>^|^.t8i?M^ft^^^ Reunion apspcViblon wexo.^o be- �s-CS^i fes^if &bUshDd'-Ju Ke'thyidge..today ;th ^,^&rey&tijbaldi}ebH b | 1 will find- SA'Lvn u it _aBlng they ar� Hokin the hair jloft and.'-tluf ^ . A laJSe'^DottlA.oUL ouf i,y 2Q, and "the later iujullK^ , . . 'riitifco the Herald published an, ar^i? , tl j.o dp'rou'i .f ^ uc,w\ in 13 in/- -V,' 'ng U U 1 aillip- r.om Hit, Old Couii-"aMiHtrN u lelhbL.a,. Mi^ . ivt bo a s lu\H UKi'llrf?!. ,U< til" fiiMd n� tl.ilO tivn& scbrrs EiisifLSio trated naur owe ;