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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta s Impression iennett's Confab '^(Continued from Tout paee). I r>'till'itliu audience bCRins to ififhtikithat- R. B. may Imvo got his i|initials':frora tliat anthem. Yes, R. SBishis � the noise with him, and ;i,M.v's^hjife'a .m he enters at oxactlj' "�%,'^li,e^-;right-psycholoeieal monirut, he sftsTnd piecesj R. B. steps forward to ad-. Jdress the people. He starts m a low � jlibne of voice. "Louder,"' savs some- rSc VI Caa'fc fire until I get the range", ;;.i'ay,S R. B.,. being quick at rcparle*. " >That word "fire" suggests some- ii jit -"Bonfire, Bon/Ire" f'i'^This from all parts of the hall, and justvhere the Edmonton audience gets >R,;;B.'s goat. The tucker go?s right ; Jjutrofhim, and from now ou it is ' >va chastened ii. B. that does the �-^ieling. ^ - am not an issue, forget uie," ^ys R. B., and thrn proceeds to re-��.call hmiself for forty minutes to the aUdisnce. Forty minutes is a prrtty : jtodd. slice to give to an issue that :;:i^;as dead and forgotten as R. B. v/Bels himself to be. but it tates that � C^ to explain how he got in ;^ "^^^^ many places. Of course ;;^|jel:,i{)erals can't stop R. B.'s ac-i-:*p8l;, flow, of lan^^^ any more than Jfehey can stop the Saskatchewan, i;i -sj)itc, but they can keep him Avork--we' nights defending himself. The jifeiw5(|^st! thing B. B. explains is how glad '4#io;sis that he is a target for nows^ JJ^pc'r, abuse. //>,|^om the extracts he reads and the nXv^^Ugerly ^^ay ho handles theiri, one tets:,'Avli'snev�r he, se;s.a goad begtmu; ' "Sir M'\ znd T" ,lJaipsacjatidu,,oiE', English inv.cs-aye'fMpse* qlpvatits npw, ,and '�>\on tspay-.agimuch foJ^?^m^ ^,^it"^sjust ;the saiii:|||th^P iS^flUeVbe ha^ bean hSi^mg.; (jiSj^ot ,di:i^yfng- back-ifl||idiKs| 'asjj!"1:Ts!en:ty;i .years., What's '^KSslii^'hy' th^H^pf irxttdi%tTiiesjf-iii||pm.4 Moeif'f-li'eti mak&Jsaib w^^^ Edward Michcner. All. he pretends to be is Michener's prophet. He calls "Little Arthur" a humbug,.' and contrasts him with those "two fine young men", Ewing and GriesbRch, mere kids, not a day over forty; but comers. The two line young men just I eat this sort of stuff up, but some [impatient person at the back calls !out, "Get on, with the meeting'', fand R. B. passes rapidly to Bob Rog: ! ers, whom Jio says he hasn't seen I since he left Ottawa. � As this is a plijsicnl fa^t, the Uu-jdieiice lets it go at thiit. Tlius . by angling imporcoptible degrees R. B. loonies to his great topic, the A. & iG. W: As a matter of fact, poor little Ewing makes a far more lucid speech On this subject than R. B;, but R. B. is the real lightning es-. press from Ottawa and has the rirht 'of way, so there's nothing for, * i cuttle "man but a place on the siding-Contortionist Argument R. B. dresses up the A. & G. W. in everything trbni farco comedy to melodrama, but would you believe it; he fails to give it literary charm., It filters away .while he is talking about it, it filters away when he starts, and it filters about the middle, ahd wherf he says, "Hut that's not all" it (liters away nioro and when he says, "I have something worse than that to toll you" it walks out in a body. By � the time R. B. reaches his perforation" the hall looks as, empty as if tour alarm fire calls had been turned in, although R. B. sets up a straw man and knocks it out with a slap in the jaw, although he^battsrs it all over the shop like a temperance, lecturer's horrible example the audicntio keeps streaming out. He appeals to his tory friends as fat as the pyramids of Egypt to support his arguments, but the audience coa-tinucs'to. break away. Even Major Gricsbach holds 'em better,.and' you know how close to tlie ma.sses Major Griesbach is, es-peoiallv: at election time. The band; plays, "Hc'� a Jolly Good Fello-w,"' tqir the major is about a& jolly as a lemon without the trimming. The ^ajori comes out as; a Joker.; He triesj, tb'^e 'as fiinriy as Boli,Edwards, hut this is -a hard- job, for Bob'' makes cracks: -However, the major has 'ad imaginary dialogue between Frank Oliver and Sir Wilfrid LaUrierwhich is supposed to he a, side splitter and} "he, pulls itrofl. in spite � of .: our screams. -The major is about as tun-; nji asi a ccutch, his humor, .woilld make^a great hit at a funeral a*s a ruatterM'contrast. Strangei as it may seeUr 'there are rude grits in the hall .-who kid themajor; and'�'when he ask's; "Would you vote for Liber-4 alS (like',-Gjoss'anil Mackay.''' .They t answer'in ."chorus, "You bet'your lllc 1 iT^eWr .....-...............' y- ^heliiiaiOr; keeps ,what he'^ considers hisrhest ^t p^ice) Chairman Underwood, of the Ways and Means committee, -in ,hl8\state- ment accompanying' the new tariff hill, gave the folloJwlng oompaxJsons, showing reductions made-upon neces- sarles. In each Item the .present tar- iff and the proposed ,tariff had been reduced to an ad valorem basis: Pre.aent lajRT Proposed la,v Lime .. .. .. 9.17 5.00 Grind stones.. 9.21 8.33 Bicycles .. .. ..... Worth up to $3.00 . Made of lovely quality cotton crepe in all light and dark colors shirred-yoke and bound with plain sateen to match. Tuesday Underskirt .� Bargains .';,;,',!.....''. iC.,- Wp'rth up to $2.00 Made of beat grade narrow Sa.teen, in black only, cut in nar-i-rfw 'Wid'th as 'required by pres-Qfatf^tylesi'12 inch flounce. � 5Sc $1.75 $1.45 Tuesday Coat Sale of Unusual Importance Handsomest Three-Quirte'r and Seven-Eighth Lengths-worth up to , (tl"? Cn - $22.60, for ;....................................................... " This is news which wlU .be'moat welcome to womdn contemplating the purobase of a new coat and is the . -*""-" --  '"-garments. ' grey and black and a few light and J wool, perfeetlyrtalloi^dd-fnewett style The "Yardage Clearance " Sale Gontimies with more activity, greater erithtis-iasm and hig-'ger bargains than ever. � WONDEI?FUULY RE^ -DUCEDi PRICES PREVAIL TILL EVERY INCH _,0F, THE.YARD GOODS IS CLEARED FROM THE SHELVES AND SAVINGS TOTAL ONE-THIRD TO,ONE; HALF; REGULAR VAL^ UEG THROUGHOUT. MM ffliPSSiiiWi ^^^-il'^'vnQ. lease tliis irrigated farm tlito us5miii(i6diately;and make your offer. Jmpjeriail Development Co., Ltd. ^3fi|jM^^f#%:^' : ^WlKHlIPlG, MAN. iXALUABLE ACREAGE �WeHiava.for sqle aeveral |Meoes'of4!d>y>:and->)(rrigated land;- from , - _ The ,preficnt^" irop,rove'tlii? "status of �he man.ufaclured lunibef.-""'rhu's'. sawtid boards,.- other iihariv-,;cabinet woods; hiive been, carried,'; ito.jithe free .'list, while sawed cahin^ii>;-'woods -which \yere 12.7. per cent/i^'1912^.,are.naw. 10 per cent; casks,'-.barrel's,.'etc.. 28;99 per cent to 25 per cent^ writ;; .iSg'pa])e'r fromv,45.13 per cent to 25 per.'.,(!ent V common wrapping paper from'35 'per cent to 25 per. cent and books from 25 per cent, to 15 per cent. ' . 1 ; ' � iiJ'Coni mittee 1 ^Supports' W11 son ? i Washington, D.C., April 6.-The iDenlo^cVaUci majority of; the Ways and jMeanB;,cpmmittee voted unanimously. todaV. to agree to, Frealdent Wilson's final, decision;: as to the sugar sched-; 'Ule>; and; adjourned until Monday. The majoii'lty will agree either'to free su-,'gar]'or, a\!0W'.'duty,'to �h^eUmnated entirely in three''years. President Wll- ; 'i'C^ntlnued from/rpnt page). :. that-a v6ett1emedt'v.;wbuld!'.ibevlvihade .with;the;various parties 'in.tfer'ested ias soon~as pbssible-^AVtfs n^ver-'fcltel^' lenged by: any Qne, and .i.there 'was general agreenieiitt.amongthinking; people - th'ati^that -w^|ii.*;r'tiiiite',sa^is�a(}';1 tory.- ' i^-*--ff;?t; ^f^ The criticism;offered by the oppo- � s 11 iorfii asj .^o 'j?the *fln anciali:Pp.s iti on:: of; the" !^i!oyijicft^was* ,qutte,i unfair.' > The'-debt'' Incurred for, public'-works; ifi � properly wpended, was not a bad' , liability,, arid the proyinpe was not 'badly, in^ debt; :i�^.one. considered the fact '.that- .there.i'wajl'' much- to shorn for every ;Cft&t*thai;'had been spentf If Mr.'Michener.,. ohjected to .: the spending) of.,the .money  for. -FUblic , works he should say so, and not ;throw; about,, .reckless statements about�,il;he finances of the province:,lf he '(Avas-4, opposed to .spending . money j on building -roads and bridges i and extendingi-the telep^ione system:;;'.lie should say,"80. If any of the,money was wroMgfuliy expended by.th^gov-f ernment.he ,should point out the iur stance and say so - - The .truth vwas,, that ,he hadrnb, bbr jeptiottito the work- for which, ,the money was expended>and not a single item on the list which heccould conscientiously object to.. The only tinle that- he idid any objecting?;Was';whcn he w'anted morevmoney.'spentt'j^If.Mrt Michenerv were.�sincereiheis'would;'say that so-me;!qther-,ineaii5.i would ::h to be found'for raf'iJing ''themoney for these public .works He -wolild say that the taxatipn of the puWip of the'Province ;;would>fhaveiito':.b^;iii-creased it there .?were?to;,;be movmore debt. Thfe policy'otijthe'gp-v'ernment was different,'-it .was to-give .'. -tjie early settler in the province the ad'-.vantagevof comfort and utilities which could o^ily be got by the raising;, of money .on loans .not 'raising the taxation ol "the people. The governmentibelieve'd in'] borrowings and their .oredit^was.not^lmpaired. or , they would not'geb.. the "money from those who-"made' the loans. ,Mr. Bennett\hfidi now entered the fray and ,came''a's 'a'-new leader , to Seclare thait tKe,^'g;o,vernment,,was'ex- ^ ploitfng the resources ot'^lhe provinces for jts bwn personal gain.'-' Thai w'as absolutely untrue,' th;e iSsu*" oT ,the oampaign.irather,' w'sls, Ithat' Mr, Bennett, the head ,ol the elevator lanonopoly of- jAlber^^jj'aiadiconie'intq the' field to'deiiounco a'y gdvernm'ent which 'had^'granted;.-,th^i:-farmeJs.v i> co-.. operative s^stW of'elevators'l'WhiqJi was :,in--thc interest'roftTi'tlie'nfarmers albno.' Mr.' Beiihetfe; was!;afraid that theisprofitsv'ot ^hisi'mer^er-',.'Would^i;^^^^ ish'ahdvtUat-was;'his;� interest .in- the ' campaign. - �. '. � f "--..,,.,'�'�.;.,,,....., It was the fight of' the farnieis against'the antprestsi>:?sThe,?K raeiit .^stood; for ��. no:�elevat(5|r*tmon-:opdly: Birect'�legli!(latiOtt,;shaH'�!:':l3e8n granted the; people. :l!hi_sWeant;/:thafc , whilo,'at:;,the,ieleption�the''people eould ndt,'-,vote, on- a'^straigh'tf^sis^uesqwirig:, to the compromise. jyhioli'�,had. ,to 'be made, -^n, act could-vba;' placed .;ln''� the : .statute hook' by tli6rsaidjijthat; the -, go vernmerit qan ij'.i.tpithakp^ -vances.: year iby,;ryBtealong-iithespiUno.'J^;^ tin :,;theirv^fairli;lprQ�iiice-'Sol^^ ;