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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta An Jdeat 3^ Fo r WQmen , Sick headaches or biliousness ate,unkaow to who use'Abbeyis:EfiervescTaylor Stake, and the ibenefits whltjh. he celved there he has bto'ught home, and is now giving them to the yo'ung and' old of the Stake. The'Mutuals of Raymond are the first: to receive tliii benefits; r :On Saturday, March. 20," the semiannual, conference delegates left .{or Utah, where the "coriferonce of the Church of Jesus ChrlsV of. Latter Day Saints will convene on April 4 and.o^ It is Just eighty-one'year^ since Jos. Smith and five, other members met .in; thp^^ Eeter KWhltnii'iU, in Fayett;:aeneca county, Ncfw York/and drganized the church; ; v , Mr. and Mrs. J. G.. AlJre^d.Mrs. Win:; Redd; Mrs. 'A. J. WaUon; and Mrs. W-: :MacMulIen have gone to the confer-, e'nce. � Among the; young people to, be mttr-[Tled in ther Salt'LaTcectemple are 'Mr. ,'t,E-i A. Carter and MlSfrEstella Walton; ' Mr. Dopi Wall ^nd Miss Mary. Boyson, ' of Stirling. The two i couples Will return: to Raymond: : and: make th^ir Stagnation , Would Follow iti the-Trail of the "Seven -Sutherland Sisters" Thp following report of a speech on prodncial'issues by Hon. a. G. Householcl . B^.,is:-~h.TTr-------- ^^�...-r- 'i, 7 j , - ^ '^^^=S=-? y 'TtBI"' 'O" Monday nfght President H*.~S. 'MSi'tf^Ui-yR-. ^. /= ' -V-'^i.C--^^''''AHen, M.^T. Croxall and George H. . �f^-f'T^ ' ' %- � � I* iOGILVIES^'' Budd left for Utah.' Ask Ypur;;Grocer for ^It 1^' for gas f)ul f a matter {JJ i?}"^ LOOKS ^0M: :f^e? Times -It 'of dais now bifo�( Taber wffll^^f a\oIulun 01 In i,ii8apn;of''ja|^|| IbtrnLP of niiiuril 'u here. The-'drill-trs iiwlitd t depth ot.nSi; 1,(111 J 'fct' v\i in idrilling datfttfH , hdmH rorpi.'iini of ' intdstone III wWo^l ' ' tho b'l. Bon ft gii � if- fo jnd at3ow J(*' Ifclund 1 hL arlli 's lin% 1 leveryicon-i * ' fldturo'iJl'a***'''"^ � tl: BE ELECTED '1, ,ti'* ' litjle. bow FARlWeaS realize that he is the "man to ^ . ' represent them ,VNoble,/AiSril 4.-One,of tip best ;ni^'a|k8.''6yfr Wia'a.t'the.'X^ ihife!W^fieid?l)n:,iThnreday::>evenln 'kkfito||ai:efaaVcanatfla^^^ [saddreMedsth^ismpetingi.:'^^^ l'�|llcud'n White, Lake returned almost 'a^fioHd Conservative vote. It will be d{fferent*'*:thls'ttoe. The faiitfers of "" ittae. he is a,i't,On1?>l6ndayinight;the,iRayinond^'^^ eral delegates -to 'Taber were: F. >T. Solt; "/ofi%; W. Evahs.-Z. N. Skouson, I. B. Rob-' erts, D. P.-Skouson. and E. B. Hicks. , The nomination" of A. J. Mcl,ean as liiberal candidate; satisfies both : fiGonaervalives'iand.iLibi^ra'iB ^ of Hay-" 'mond. ' j Oh, Wednesday morning Mrs. A.'R. ' Skouson sleft I'onsan: e.Ytended ,:trip through Idaho, ilJtah:arid Arizona;' She has sons. *and daughters ,in all three fsta/tes;: :*,; She;--willviybe^sgone > tor two ;months.^:�^VJ��f'^!:::��^v;':i;::i�!:^siSv'VGheer'::after: cheerigreeted this denunciation of tbev opposition leader t Western ..Expenditures :: :Mnv,-Mackay; tq^dfc turea^of'ithe.threeicprairie provinces since:lM6,and.sald:i:that Alberta spent: 33 milllonfl, SMapltoba 36. millions," and^Saskafqfi�w.,ai ,33 mllUons .Whicli �pr6vince;;had^;hand}6d'its money -mosti^eooao;ni it was about the same,., but in Alberta it cost a 'Shade ^ess ;'^han,three and a; half hollars.: Thatkpoker.volumes tor the economical handling, of affairs -in this province.::' ,,f'ft>A;;s-^:;;,:'i. �. ,,:,-|the jproy incelasja i direct result:(3fthe'TSiftoii'ipolicy; The-audience also";showediJtsv marked*ap-proyal as he toldsof:^he'^430:^mlles^f telephones .'when, .the.;cBeli4; Company held tuh sway, and';i/the '"iiineteeni thousand miles noV'Iln. existence - with; feeders into ev-erytsruralc-pari;: otrthe .province.'.: ^��^.w^sft;.;:-;'-;';^'^P: :;:.�>.;, '.'.'Think of tbese'hjmdredsot miles' of TurariTnes," said Mt.'iMackayv !'and then think jof whatjhappeneid under! the Bell company3;iregime..;Liketos C, P. B., with its >ibranch- lines,: they! refuffed:to- build/ioneiiinch. of:rural line, and .the whole', farm'ings ;tqom-,: mnnity' sufllered in^'' cdn'sequen*^^^^^^ Tho-m'an who crlticizes^P^et^oYernmenfc'on war accused of introducing class legislation, but he told one of thein: "Xxjolc' at ,the insurance policy that covers.yourcarcass, and-yon-will And class legislation on the back of it.'' The bill would; n^Ver hit an honest man. "I don?t think there .is a" ma-' chinery: or Implement man in the city; but I can/ convince him that It is a-fair, bill, if, he will talk .with-me for fifteen mlnutea; and if he doesn.t.say. if is a fair! bill'.'I will come to the con-l elusion that he isn't fair." .'./;': Majority Tried to be Fair v , The. majority: of the machine com--panies had been trying to act fairly-with, the farmers, but occasionally they hl4t a crooked farmer.rand to get, around .him they I put' unreasonabl-e: .conditions in their contracts. : : :i . -.^^'These � contracts generally, stipulat--ed> that ir'afarmer failed to meet an installment, all: the remaining install-^ ments became due and payable. The inewc'act. ^ said that � the clause should not b6 binding,if a Judge h^ld that Jt -wft�.nnV.easonable..The contracts also' disclaimed responsibility for the state: ments of; agents, but thei act -said that the companies must be 'bound by their �representations. , There was nothing unfair about those provisions.. ; He heard a man on the street-say ithat day: ."There Is going to be a tre-' inendous upheaval, and the government is going to 'be overthrowni" He fancied'S'there would "bejah upheaval. There was- one' in Saskatchewan, .where,-out of fifty-four Conservative candidates, ;all but seven had ' their necks.^hroken:: It would be ..very much .'the same ih Alberta,., and he. -would be surprised.If flUecn'Conger-; vatives were ?'leeted.: : ; Flays Mr; Bennett 1 'Mc Mackay then flayed- Mr. Bennett, :wnrnei'btfully: "Contrasts his attitude oh -the,question of citizenship in the making with Mr. SIfton s attitude, or; �wlth;-to'o attitude: of that largest of Canadians, of; that :'man. who has spent his Whole life: in moulding and-blending, together the � different races and creed* ;6f. this loquntry-^Slr. Wilfrid: ;La|Urier.., Mr. -Bennett doesnot think ytiu are loyal at all In this province. He says that when the,British troops were, being defeated in South Africa, the.;American settlers; were building-bonflresin the south for the very glee of it. i'lhave-^ been into the south country,, and . those bonfires ' could .�nly:;.ht^ve existed in, the hollow -de-lus{yj?i imaginations i of Mr. .Bennett's own misguided iipaglnation." �; :;: ,v ; ; "I don!t know any-more.successful-class of- men in* Alberta :today than: the . Arii'eTlcan sejjtlers, and.: to:vljurl; that insult at thirty or thlrtyrflverper; cent, of .the people of Alberta ils.'not patriotism, or :goo4 common'jsensfe.; And yet Mr.- Bennett;�-cpmes here' to take charge;of the^Conservative cam-fpalgn. If you believe in that, narrow policy,, if yott-jbelieve that.wc ought not to welcome the people; from 'for:--: eign lands, if,'youfbelieve that we; ought to go out, of our way to insult them,*theniflock;.to Mr.,Bennett's.ban-ner.;apd vote^ for-Mr. Bwing and. Mr. 'Grie'sbaeh. CORN FLAKES quent:5n'ppeai>fOE;.the:support of the 6lebt(�Mfe'0in''behalf^�itithifcslhon gbvl-ernment. ifii is notvjfdrf'ecfi" ho said,, ''for there::'are s-pots^evenon the- sun, and -Homer vsbnietli^efl : used to, nod, but it, is.:far,!better than (the party; re-; presented: by Mr. Michener,-who rahi away from' lils own:' want of confl-; dence;. motion. ..Instead' of theieader blazing.theftrail, he leaves hisifollowi- srs to trail th& bla*e,-" . , ^........ Mac!kay,itQok his ;^eat 'after j his .>fbrlUiant i� ppaech. . .Hats F/:4.)^oncQ,a Thls-i branC!h;~now..:lia8:;a;;;membiirsh\p of 30 paid-up memterp;: ; - ^y-iv- a' ;'j~ Therev^vwlU :vbet:,.;;anj;AentiBrtalnmenb a .'-Night fCap:iboKaupper. vat � th0 -iTwo-"Flfteenischpolsfcoase, firlda,y^^^^^^^ ll'.: ;;. A prog!pam:i6fieong8l%eptt^^^^ Tttgiaa j-R l*Bbelt(^^f'e|ikrBdiitl!iTha � Milk'; KlVerOoMiet: ban'd;, Will Jbe'prea-ent'.andfwill^furnlsh i'lfa'u^ici-rfor.the 00-'oasion.-also.'bff-'aiBoussediat � this.::enter .iaijninent:�-'-;*^''^^ V Sunday'.'.'echool-iat-klwoip;m'. and iohiyoh.:servi6es;J^at.'3',vIp.m..'eyery: Sun-i 'day .mtj.tU&;;?rM-Fsif t^eii''s Everybody Invited.,:^',';.?.......^ . / year. tehSilverware -rich,in'q^ilal(iy,aoil -,, beauty-should mace CTery homft' Choose- ' " '^Wi -t'-ts'i SJ.?, Mr. -------- _ - with railway construction in Western Canada, and'particularljr Alberta, for ^^^^-y^jn, criticizes t^e.g^Yoi""^""""T ��setpral years.. He,:exp'e'C);s to.'handle ground of expenditures does not ,'a large equipment^.froln Taber, this ^epa^and conditiopV ^at ^ all,' He- -'. TLls't^rand'ia known'as,'. ' It iji' tho' orJeinal'^ll ,andgfnmae','Kogw�j|r as'yv^H aa itlie lipavienti Sow 1aiyTU,g�^^)^^^e^n^ underatand -condltj(:o|ts5.,-...... should.not have;9,;-iBeRt'lit.the-leils-lature ,iat all,: but-i'^liotUd^t-ibe-'sW # Ponoka," - : .\r::';Si:o;!'|:z:4t.;.,:7|| r-Mr. Mackay referredi'to: 'tjie.. good rpadRiApoIl^y:of the 'gOTernment;; i-vyhicOi,: in ;;addltione^|j3;i|^; a*h^ .prpp'jrjatipn,vof-iour.muM ;d(jllarB,jcharged;.^t