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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I^ETHBRirmj! DJ�llf.Y ECERALD RENT-S.E.124-8^21 , "*"lSVe wifflcaae fhis irrigated faffti to a rettSble fann-ei* at rttCftsonable rental atid one whicliwill enable him . to.rfiake big profits inimedialely, aft the whole quarter is ^fehced, plowed and ready for seeding. Every acre of it i� first clasft land. Diive out and inspect it-then Sviile uo immediately and make your offer. , Imperial Development Co., Ltd. 354 Main Street : : : : WINNIPEG, ,MAN. VALUABLE ACREAGE We havo for sale saveral pieces of dry and: Irrigated land, t^i? aores up, within three milea of mimr from lethbi }e-At Special Owners' Prices If you wont land in the Lethbridge District-Viite, us, ( We have it. Good terms-better land-^best results. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD. 364 MAIN STREET : : ': : : WINNIPEG, MAN. IF YOU ARE A MINKING MAN You uad better stop at onc� or you'll Joae youtjol). Byery Una at buslnSBS ia closing ita doort to "Crluking" men ItujftyilJeyput" turn next. By the aid Of ;ORRlNB tUouganas Of men have been i'fiStdfed to Itres of eobrlety and lu'duBtry.^ We ai*e lo �ure that OIIRINB -vfill b^iiQatv'yoti.that we say you that it aft^r a trlal.yoii fall to sret ftfty beneftt from its ypur money will be re- � iu5ded,":..--";'.v,>--;;V'V- �   ,When you atop ."Drlnklttjg" think of th,e; moftey ypu'U aavej beaides .eober men are worth mpre to their employers and get higher -^agea. , Coats'bnly $1.00 a box. We have an Int'erdsti&k booltlet 'about OS^lRIHS: r thqi we 'are giving; away free on:re^ flU^Bt. Call at our store and talk; it oVIer. i . a- " Ji t , i, ,nad - Grbslsv- iDrlig Jtob, Lliiiftad; Acedia Bloclf, Lethbridge. ' i- NEY OFFERSiOR ySTRIAl;SnE$ BOARD OF TRADE WA^tS IDfeAB *' '�??r7~"TR>�3Y' YET V ^ ,vW^ In the olty from Jhblto, but looks feftsi-hte, and if �o&(tlt)oi� la the ot�yAvar-riV it, itjU:*!i�ify:.nkily,WbeH*led;i JBotxH'hpVmii itu ,ia>M^� ateps 'along a' lm#a�!M|%?i�t pai^iU^l- to Mr,.; ' Traaey'a m^^, aud kH ftlviirtlslni' that' th�jr wlllT>wfcr*' priaiii, Wr th$ '>thr^e h^esLowtytiM �f iAdtj�toi�t.oo$i f 'Uhowever;, fl.n4>,aliOut.,two''W/�ekVrago -J-- his condition'.beo"4}jie;i|ertou'b. 'Uif, ', :,'"dunth6r was GT.^ye'arei, old, and he' leaY^g ajwlf^ aud^t^'^o'ohlldJiep. ALLIES ACCEPT BUT , . WITH CONDITIONS N Supt. Allen of G. N. R. SayiJ CP. R. Will-Have Say in Chd'hge Freight I crews r'fro'm both sides of thefintBniatiOflft'i'^ipB will, stop al the line from now on,7bn the Lethbridge-i^ceat �J'alla'llnewwiPasseager.tjSei'Ylce TVill undergo uo changes: for the pre-Bflttt at least. * i/Eh^ abov^ - staj^^m'ent wus made to .th'eiHetald ithis mo^^ilng'by Superin-''i6a4�rit' AUeii, 'fef thaloteat Northerji; who oame up from Great Falls last night, to confer with Superintendent Gameion, of the O.P.R.,  who came, in ftom Medicine Hat. � , '.'.Will there,.be ao *hai� the^pas-seng6r.Ber.vic6V' Mr. Allen was aslted. "Thepe will, be; none 'tor the. ;pre^ sent. The serVloe,' ivktt 'the thiiough equipment 1b Very '�&j;i6faotoryi,,and convenient for the travelling pilbli?. Yditt^,# tlons,'fiut-the aioo6pXdi^8!&iia ^UJ)j6dl to .rei^vfttlona wfiloh''-prftotloally,>S|p|id.^ late the proposed- f^ViiiB,;',- ' - ' X Ottiyva, April ^'4.-The House of; O^^mmons yesterday spent the ei^tirS dCy discussing the new Japanese traaly.' The Liberals continued' the dSb'ite and succeeded iu!--t ""l moBt ilt,trdMBsrl*lato,s m the .L UatW JIJ>!?>!iiB/lJtS!> WWfc jjgg.jgW^Ngee e. corrah, wi.idigr, Ont. c u o u xl ho >,ns one iu-vthoBft csi� catinot help but tiffect a cure of all T*, (mtBK ot zemalo 'troubles Inolydlnjr The railways Would within the next year reach all the southern, towns and qitics, imany of the lines ; beiti| already graded. Railway monopoijf' ih the province would thus be ,0bViHt8^i and the people , would thei^i flWtlj; thres railTVays in competition,,-get a fair and square deal Itonl oub .and all, which Under a monopoly Would (not be fotthcofhing. The polic;^ 61 the goyertimeftt v^b to build five huiidred miles of railway in Alberta 'e>ery year. The spending of $10,000,000 a yoar had its advantage both direct and.indirect for every ;inhabitant of the province. . The Debt' As to the provinofal debt, the premier said the debt was no.disgracft, or harm unlfess It were inourreOo'r.i unrcmunerativs 'and unproAt^ble. puf; poses. Incurred for; good purposes the debt -vl/as ,a-good thing tor the; people. The opposition said, "Don't go Into debt," but they never said, "don't build railroads and hridges or put iii telephones." What solution th'ey meant to oftet was most obscure. They charged, no misuse ot the ireV'-enucs. of the province, and all they seemed to objeOt to was debt. During the last seven years Alberta ^^d spent the sum of thirty-three mll^ liOnS three hundred thousand and thirty-ejght dollars/ and ninety-flVe cents at a cost of |!l,l4B,fi90 ; in the' same time the Conservative ''government of Manitoba spent only $26,-818,289 at a cost of $1,848,290. Man-, Itoba Spent less at greater cOst'and' therefore the Alberta ' gdyerntoent was really economical and, giving ^tbie people a fuU return for .their "money that was being spent. The opiiosition. which had started with" mlSrS^.rfe-' sentation now resorted/to. slSio'dsr and abuser. Mii. Mlcbdner h^d-^jn^ade-' but one promise which' -vas an Imme-; dlate settiempnt ot the Alberti-tifc Great Waterways railway^ qu^stlonV The "talk sDout thp A. & W. -is becoming a.bit tiresome. The province would prosper though thp A�,& Q-. W. was nfever settled'. It jW;as-tim6 the opposHion gqf^sombthiftg'ejse^^tp' talif about thaii "this. ^'Ths', govern;* menb would sot1(le the matter at the earliest possibie uiohient >^ith the se'btleinent unseemly worthy the question The les^der of tbo opp(>al-tlon said be'woiild make an ,immedh' ate ^ettletfientl liut what kin* of sei-i tlpinent,the .people^w^nted to khbwV Not one^-doltar of the money had been lost/the whole $7,400,050 > Was i in thp local bank to th^ credit ^of the treasurer,of tHe province ol Albsrti,'^ there was no loss as made out by some speakers.' The money eould~ not be removed'- from the bank -Tyithdut the treasurer's consent. Mv. !)Michen-er could find out if he came In Power ho-w' impossible' it would be to make >'the immediate settlement li'e was-talkliig.of;' the' pfeop e^'-'knew, the gbvetjii^ent'-yj'^illdAgo; back.a 'to the, legislature". In ithe JntStests., ot the the people ;could veil entrust their interests. -The � ffoyfirnment was a fa^ mejbs' government and everything that had been enacted during tta regime had been m the i^tsfes'ts of one see-tlbn of oth-er of th4{ people. The gov-; :e?nmentvhad; stj^eh'.; particular atten*; tlb^ to the problem,,of transportation,' tth ro^d S,nd-.kli,-lhey had helped; 3. farmer -'and thg-'.settler the more .^Slly to get;liJe.^pradUct8 on the mar^' .kbt. liV6rythllig;?tl^t men and money oould- do for; {li^:iprbvince had been .' aS'Tlfr*, liv.ere'd dlse\yhere. '4, i'..^. - .fie-'Llberals will �hSiameotings-all thr(iukh:th6 riding n^j^EwfSek, t}i?;big one,', oL'o&ursei being' ih> tJlje Majestic on l^ljiitsday, when thp^ prqnirer �ill tell'-'tljie electors ol Lethbridge about the wonderfpl development of the province.' T ^ ,A,,,great, heavlly-walled tunnel,'running f^r.sbene^th tl^e heart of Mont-tee^h leading, it is bell^t^ed, to some outiafc/op ,the river i bank, was un- LiiC^l2�,a'L^ ....l-,___i- LL�.'j ^jt^^ __ti. � restores its uustre. vcnts scalp itching; dan falling hair msnt a E-ioV 'rndi ''I'raat sent Wae Aiys n a \ loh' trsQ 161 We wish to announce that on Monday^ April 7th We shall Open Our New Garage and Sales Room at 320 9th Street South Gur garage is equipped with every convenience for the proper housing and care ol motor cars. Our repair department is in charge of expert workmen, who are supplied with every modern apphance to enable them to do the best work We solicit your patronage^ anJ assure you satisfactory service at all times , . , We are distributol*s for tile famous CADILLAC MOtok C cars ttiat have during tlie past ten years -gained tli6,,�^.inb'^t ;I enviatle position in the automobile, world; car^ tta^ Ja'v^es' always led the way-in standardizatibn ot piirts; inA^ctiid^ self-cranking and lighting, in full floating rear axle, hlit .athpye .all in the continent-wide service that is. given by ? organization to CadUldC owners You cannot afford to "buy a motor car this year4Wi|^:i;; irst studying the merits of the Cddiltac aiidilSS^M '4 out li of the advantages of Cadillac service W. J. McLEOD :mfim..Li.:...... EVOETO EX� 1HE LIGHT will qivje current to the annex. and north-^six per ceNt, bonds Fernie, B. P. April 4,-The elec- tors ol frernie were called oujoday to. cast'.their ballots for or kgafinst a "byiajv to raise.the sum of tljoussnd/dollars t6r the purpt extending 'the" bledtrlo hghl no'\5' in'operation in tbe cil Die.'/, ten i^stem f Fci- SEEDING IN PORTAGE DISTRICT i FRENCH BOND 1B8U '^0^;;^^;!^?^.i^;;^s':/,^^?.:^.;^J:;'fL^"'^^ ' Portage la Pialrie, Man,, April 5.- The firBt/eliott of oeedhag. In,, ti�e Portage diptrlot came' In a .report from High Bliiffl where^-Ms. Greklay had 'commenced seeding operations, having about eleven a^rea under seed. High Bluffs appears'to be^well r^ of snow, and tho^land is rdrying-Jast,^ and it Is! �jtpecte'd thaf seeding, -wlU _ be general In that distVlct,next,yf?sk\l.yeV, Pails, April- 5.--Tue /annou^ftjMj ment anpiejlrs IMhis moinlng > news>^: paperrt^ttflulntcrlptlona ^,111 be rc-'celyed',,bn*^pifili'lb for a now Igsuo ot 'f2Mo�oboSf,Cpei f ni slatr rail^tv bonVlsf'^red4>m�.bi^ nlthln fort> ye�i4\''i It-^ls \., end o' thb Ckt\ piopcr i iho dcbPntufb li'ar intuust ik.ed'A-. malkC I 01 mirs il'j fAOB \Miinl fadei ,rurnb bm tt.fav''�.oni 'e n. it'id JloU, V iil]i-. III. I -.Lrd.? ajd l-f morning, m i'itd ^iliinur fUanccn It'i ,11,1, >aiance llunTlt/bPCc ' a liundrrd tOiJ ppta^b k>08> .Don'T bo hPi to p,t, TO ' " ''�Til�'i^ lint,�._. It-*^ jcuVan. ;i r troi.1 in\ iliuij 'in .i.j'r-vottrb^vouni knovn to remote doAdijlT, Itching rj,i ts."*-; F.owbod' chooaei) ^Wy^t and bulpliur bcoaiusUt, natmulij �lM dauipfi a sponge d.a\ TbiiiU�r ,o� mm alto^C/faKi^ble prifl^''.3}hlB^cttT*lva7S,'be depended u�btf,t;0,^C&�^ 41 845879 9239 ;