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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tBTH^HIB,?k^ DAILY HERALD Page 0 '......-ijjMk- Mr. Mouat and Col. Kemmis Mix it'Up-Independent Candidate Speaks Pincher Ci-esk, April T.-^The llV3t polltt^sit meetlfli: in connection' wltb Htc cftimjatgn In this district, at wMeh stpeitlterB ffoirl both sldw were pre* sent too*-place-Jn. the Plnchar City School .houso on Saturday evening, ^ho mee^jig. wife held in the Interests or A. N. JUapai^ the hibiTAi nominee^ and was Attended by'a large nmnber Qt thp electors, who were anxious to heivr tho'iBTOeff of the campaign fiairly :i F. M. Cainns'aote'd as chairman and palled on Mr, Nellson to open the meeting -with a short nddTess. Mrl Nellson sujjported the Alberta gov-brnment, and the candldatui-e of Kr. :Mouat. Ke b^Harved tlio goverament bad acted Sitid legislated very much in the Intereats of the fari^iers, and .thought'thfe'farmera should support that sovernment on election d*y. * A. � N. Mouat followed Mr. kelUon, f^hd spoke lor abowt ftfrlfy nilnutoe. He i'evlewed'th� work oJith*)'government , tpv the pint,fefr.^years, and declared that jpo government could have done more^ for thd farmers ana the puhllc geheraUyJ.lhan'.the ATliarta govcrn-Kient hadarenUy mu�e with bis mother. Majfpr.po(�liie'� ^on'D�{ad TJje luiiler&l of the late Ixirne Dofi-, hie; son .'pC: Mayor ^D^>^ble, took place, ; to. the r Plqoher Creek: cemetery, on Sunday aHarnoop, and was conducted by the lijoal lodge of th� Kufghts of Pythias., of\whJoh-prfl[e"f,deoea)3eil" was, ft member ror some y^ars.. The-deceased came to tliia district, about twenty-flva year's ago, with, his par-f eats:from ;iAnar&,: Ont.^v'He leaves, a. Wife and one ^hllcl. The funeral virae one .of the, Wi^Kest that has bebn held v.!ln,.tb)8.dlstftct'vtojf a ]opg:tlme..  , Th6 regular imoitthly nieeting o| the directors of die Agricultural Society MfM heilH in the council chamber on - i ga^T4ay,: .a-ttsj^noon,' but the attend^ aiic? was vety small. This Is largely ao(!oimt94 lor ,by; the fact that t"he i'oads amlg .very, had condition; and many of tb^ f^rnaerfe were unabl.e' to . Kol Into, Ito'Vn.',", The ABrlwHural Society la' mhra tho'roughly' aid more -eft*fltf*4|yiyorfelli�ed-'flow:.thak It''ha . ,h^8 tlrlfted l?i recwC yearaT The people of the difttrlcfc VllPwlsh them ev-eiy sljciW^ Th^ Plnoljer dtstriqt is one ot Ithe- best aections of -the west, and ,thef6^ 'does';Jiot ^^eni to be Sny '' reason ^wfty^ttie annual fair' here shouW,jiot also, be one of the most suocesaful events "of'that kind held tn Southjern^ Alberta SALAOA TEA AT ITS BEST Its garden freshness and fine flavour are protected by the sealed leiid packet, vtich. ke�ps' the gaiodness in, and'-all v contaminaiibn. out. 072 BLACK, MIXED & GREEN. That Election Date Bomb "(Continued (torn , trout PaRet. split the Labor'vo'^e; the ConiServa-tives stating openly -that the votB always has split in .every oamipaign ia the historj^ of tho city, they ' are .standing to their guns, and are cou-ftdcnt that they will he- represented at Edmontott in the next, legislature by a man who knows from actual experience the needs o! the Labor party- I'Jlovators and Bonfires �Everybody is going to- the Majestic The'atre on ^ Wednesday night 't6 hear R. B. Bennett: Everyone admits that he Is a clever orator,'and' it is als freely admitted that he will have to be his cleverestto'explain the:,R. B. fiewiett elevator monopoly, and his bonfire speech in the House recently-Some good talking'ii�-looked tor. Then everybody t^.,goin6 to the Majestic the nesSt,night tO'^liear P.reniier Slfton. They wtU_ have heard,by that time two addreslAs^ stating the' opposition side of the^ campaign, and hjjper^oh' THorsday-'eVejpidg' . tor,hear sbm^thing: more oi':'�. i^,. : Wifejlesday is''nbmlnatfbn ^ay; ..and-there will be: three candidates lioiii-inated. Jo'si 'Knight 1� evldontlv.. ,in the fleld.-to stay. , .All the reports fr^ai.-sputhem. eon-, stituencies are very.'; optimfstio': for ei: Liberal victory. With outsiders as candidates in: eOj ma^y--rit^in^s; the hopes the 'Qonservative's. havfi-: been haggi^g, to' the ,b?ea5t9 ar^, going hgllramering, and it' is now only a ^uts/tj'on,.,qf how,.large ;.the..Liberal majorities, will, be .when the votes itre counted on the 'evening of the 17th. BUILD PLAN WOOLLEN 'MILLS AftE, ND,T SUIT- -ED TO NEEDS OF A MAC-. , ARONI FACTORY Nearly two months-ago 0. ^Jfarln-aroj of the Colombia Macaroni Works Feinie, came to" Lethbrldge and "succeeded |n closing'a.'deal with the city, �v^'hereby,h''e'should-remove hi^ plant to Lethbrldge, anft establish In the old wboUeh .'mill?, using twq fiboi;s ' of cthat t^buildiilg ' until sUc \ time aa bo touti'tl himsell in a position to huild''i3nAyt;fiB industrial sites Mr. Marlharo c^'e to the city again on Saturdaj^, .ajid_, atmoiHices that he has changed ^Iji^' plans *He 18 still coming to Lpthbrldge, ljut his plant will be located o^ the industrial site. * " ;^8tpW^ roowfaliofaiyjQpl'e/of weekB ago wftsj not hlSwii away 49'lS'-tQo.'oft�ia thed�;ajj�dvt:^A'tep;;pr,t?- Ja^d' ^Wlll pa-ratlv^te . Thg'.,Vpi:initminJitf. ,ed he turyji thon^^, aimo'lt;!"*' ...m Tioad^l"" '\ ,, ^.^ II p[i ai d . C3li:o 11 4>a in >u Ut on ro ilui >41 f4rn1t.11 a ? EiOIdi, in B i; '01 tjji "ui,ildihig*'ailn'the high wmd we avqhUI got ^toOvj�uch,> ;So K the council will agiw I .think:-. Wfl will accept a,site on,'the ljidu�triay-prb-' perty and put a long lo-\v 'b'uiliiJh^ up,' whior'wouid-sult-,(o]�:;pvirppsg,.,very n^uoh better. ^- ',  � Mr. Jtfarlnar> S'^jUj^call ;'o'n, the' may-i or, today," apU if/tftf nlM.tPl^Jqftn be' arranged satisfactorily '\he'ne.'w''.plan wllL be fbir6w6d, 'a(ia.^riMP[fitlnnrq wlU shortly remo^ve-.., 4,6'-%eth,b):i^(5e and proceed at oncp'-'.with ^thecph-' Utrnctlon of the ,fli^sti plant dn, the factory site. ''/v;;''v^: ^ MILADI EDITED ftV "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1119 One radiant little hour of iblias. Wedged in among long years Of strife- ;, : And nothing matters after this, For love is all there is of life! � A. 6ll?n  * Mrs.. Thomas Taylor entertained Mlsa Lillian Davis, of Patience school, for the week-end.  �   Miss Lee, of the office staff oi Plunkett & Savage, returned this morning from a vacation spent at points in Montana, ,  -  *  Dr. J, B, and airs. Lovering have^ as their guest, the former's brother, J, B. Lovering, p'rofessor ot Mount Royal College, Calgary . * -  * Mrs. Blair and little diiughtev."Audrey, of Edmonton, are guests toV- a month with Mr. and Mrs. F. J.^Slck. * � .  . Mrs: J: Benton,; who has. toeen.;quite 111 with bronchitis, is Improving, and ia now able to be up for a little, while; afl, Miss' 'Wajlton, Of 'BelievUle. Ont'.;' who Is a house guest'with h,ersi8r?Vr Mrs. Stanley; Kirkham, was the ralaon; d'etre ot a � little tea-hour function,; which daifn^d Mrs. J. W. Bawden' as hostess on. Saturday, A guessl-jig* o^n^. test resulted .IJi'.Misa Bttwdcn ;: UU Shower Proof Coats An immense range of these, Rain or Shine coats-absolutely waterproof, yet In such really handsome styles that they are equally suitable for wear In fine weather. See the val-;c!" "yej ues we have at .,, ^QlafiO and up. Motor Coats Drab and Olive, Mixed Tweeds rubber lined and are out on ex-'tra full linos, specially suitable far motoring and dnving-and you will readily admit the superiority of their values. $10.00, $11.50, $15.00 The ''Manufacturer's Outlet" Sale Hian-GBADE FOOTWEAR FOR LADIES', MEN, MISSES, GIRLS', : BOYS^ AND CMILDREN ENTERS 0N> ITS SECOND AND ?LAST WEEK TOMORROW-^STILL Lofs OF REAL BARGAINS FOR ALL COMERS-BUY YOUR SPRING AND SUMMER R.EQUIREMENTS NOW AND SAVE MPMEY. LAPIES; Visit our Tea Room and Enjoy ,a Refreshing Cup of , ^ :r Real Good Tea, daintily served, .with Sandwiches or Cake for The Hudson's Bay Stores lOc 1 ^iThomafl BJ. YulU of .611; Ave.; South, returned- Saturday night- from his par* ,ents',^ Home at Vancouver, ,where, h^ attended ithe funeral of his brother, Lorn,e7 who was aocidently killed at Lund,"> B. C., on March 27th. Loyn^ was 'bora at White Lalce, Ont. on May aijd -'1890 and lived' there with"" his p'ai'efita until October 1008, wh6n the f^D^iily" moved to BelHngham, 'Wash. IJe :ilvpa � there, til � March _191Q, whoii^ :{i)B-'Wen(; ffilgln, Man.,' Tenia'lhlng"'ther4; iilLNoveinber, 1911.'' He ttt^n'came to Lethbrl-dge where be .was engaged by jthf-Bitulithlb and .Pavlp^ Co., UBtlj: their woj-k,was coirfpl^ted'h^re. Ho 'thenjweikt to Wlnnt|feff'an^ Re^in^, "yvhef^'tblB companyjput'blip |n charge ofi'lh^'.-icottcrete parf-pf their wori, r'einainijig, there till Jjlpvamb'er of lajf �^'par/'lvlie^i, he went'liomb" to.sp'end,; .the �vyinter -with his ;;parents^; intending �Jlo^'o^me'-back'to ^h^ 'prairies' whep ~.;;:.i-------.ij r.-""*"�.a,in4o'resume. .Ednjonio^, 'April 6,-The leaders ot bo)ihtI�bllt,iremier'srtton and E.' MiPhen^iiiAljave bean, during the past we|fc,;i,tpjji:lng' the southern, part of' the p'rjJvmce; and have spoken mos-ly..af thfbanjo.'potnta, the Conserra-tu^eliloSterytpllo.wing close on' the tieelff-i.Qfsthe.'gyemior. Mr.' Sifton *.->n h}.;^r'?'4'(?al?;her,o':;expre88Pd satis{f,c-tion with k\B toijj? so far as lib had goh^*..Hi s^}d 'tliat never' had sugh uh^imtltyftbeen shown among 'the, PfqP^iaP 'to repord of the ;,o/-ernmej^tj:i;,;)Thejre,, was such general satisfaction with the work of those' now- in  power'that there was po doubt' as?:to':its return. Tlievoiily question was, how many members the-,OPjJOSit|Qn;,.was ;ta get in the next le{5^^1^tiire. ' The preinjer expressed lye opinion that, thefe,\,'WCi?. ;only; one ;seat' itbat CQitId he opRcbded to the opposition f0iith^0|.'.i5�d D^W-.Thei^ yoaild be strong, f{|hts in many ot the seats, 'all'wh^^w^re able to be at the funeral but MrB. A^guct. ;^e/ �^as^ a' ygupg man 'of sterllo^ auaytjep '^nd 'loved and admired 'by all whb-kn"ew him. ,1 but the return of the, gpvernment with an.overwhelming majority vf?.s the most certain-.thlngv.'Ot.,the. election- . , Mr. Michener ]Hope|ul Mr. Michener, who arrived in Edmonton on his way to speak,at In-nisfail tomorrow evening'^ said that wherever he had gone he bad been onthusiastipaliy leceived, 'and things appeared to look well.. He co^ld not, however, express . any" sangtihie expectation that theiJapdslldtsiWoul'd coma that woU.ld overthrow, the Sifton administration.^ 3^ - . 1,' Mr. Mlohenor, hb-wover, ejtpedts-'the Cpijservatives will be slightly stronger in the next house than'^iVtlje-iaSt. He is ccsnildent that Hon. R. 'Mft-chell will bo defeated in \ Hjledjoine Hat, but says that his^ own' abat' at Bed Deer is not safe. In^many other places Mrl'Michener e:ipec!t's'^'i;o see Bghts, but (.concedes" ,"that, the strength ot the governnjoiit Wjlih th^ farmers is such "that 'jt will ,;tii:ke nothing short ol a 'miTacslojtor^th'pir defeat. ' '... vV-r eto^' were x|Bu;fiistlt. \;tliem ad- .o;i_,.w^th hall ad, .vi. Ml) i(| hit) tienci ut'. 3|BtoKyQilS9\VO''ul-jig '^.I!Jiwdad^'"Over sffldlidi^^WPt^t, �nT 11(11 hiiuOli-a'tiM t' t', Mr. McNpugBiton'^ el^lstlp^ipaeiiaB h^-, yond dotj^t'bvit. h\n ft^tHii^ia^^lp! v-.--".ii-:';'i>-;p;-':Vi,yy^| J, iy. mnkei;'';*iio""opVt'a'tp^H" ^ . slaughter hjonsps at Bj^gher^t'^r^jS^. and In B, O., is ip towinofi 'hwWsfa, OBS'IINATE CATARRH .**�ntniimfrW,.tn:iii rrf �h thd nr v nf pu.e CUREDft.Tq h:]9,�iY8 2:  Tour druggisv will r^fpnq! fligiL^yj^'lf/V PA20 piNTMBIfT f^llg^to,&fte . case of 'Itching, Blind, Bl^e^dlng;; of -^i Protruding Piles-in'6 to li "^ayf.' 60J)i'%'^ CHARQED. WITH. INPS(K9TA!; TRANSIENT TRA^E^a,,SY,t;| -AN ACTtQN. qK.8pr(|||-J^ft( POPXANCE An aotipn^of'^iprBj^th'^lii^ terest in njercautjlp J^jf;g?^S instituted in ipolipe.^olirt,-^ charged, with.beiij^, p.,., and conducting a B"'-ia the oily .of ,L'^t^b I CDDcentr^tQd fats; the glvjcenne SQuthci dnJ liPi-. lIk delicate orgins, the Liniil^ oi'nt,lriv^t.f pnd np-\f (enters' and muk^f f-iL r .n Oil ly. IJ^H Ins iPaid Wio reau]re.4 litem cgnt,. h,la� No 17. of tU* CIW: Letl bfidgu, a^J imopded by bjlaw No,;.l| of ths. s4d elt/ � ' >i ma^'afey'ot t,l}pJ8oyil^'�t'ipJL inoi.od to ]i|0(lJ<.q' all 'Vji^ l^ii^vraoii'ii lelatlrg to^ went of 3fjf."]Jaoeile:;,,'' �,If there �-;aj  all.^nlisfi^en't*, '^{jcdal aiapiua< flvin, 1 * P-Wei 74 75 ;