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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGl|l|J Lethbrid^e, Alberta, Tuesday, April 8, 1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 99 TURN OUT ON THURSDAY NIGHT AND WM ALBERTA'S PROGRESSIVE PREMM^ MIXED FARMING CONVENE 101^ PROMISES TO BE ONE OF GREATEST EtENTS OF RECENT YEARS Will Likely Give Big Impetus to Movement to Get Away From Grain Crop Exclusively-Some of the Big 'Features and Prominent Speakers - All the affiliated Boards oi Trade In ,::;;6outhern Alberta are-recelvlng a copy, ;..of the� following letter; whiah caa-tains / valiiatile intormatlou-for: farmers cont6mi)latlng attendance at the Mixed Farming. Convention: here on i AiwU 23 and 24iA Hat of some of the speakers Is given, and � thlr* alone ; should 'be.' Bufnolon't \ to warrant-:' any progressive farmer, lending hisVpres- i: "eace, Jf at all posplble to do so; The Interest lii^.the First Mixed iPamlng Convention ever held in-Al-' [ : l)o*tii/''.whloh lav to ibe held' at'lieth-Ijridge'on Wednesday and * Thursday, ,.. Aijrlls23"ahd. 24; In- connection .with thej^Lifihbrldge I^lve Stock SboW, In- . dicati&sHit-hatt^e>'far,mers ,thraughout ix ."Sotitto^^'', Alberta.' realize. � the'iiiaport of tltup'^arjly In thfe aeason providing - for ia'de'auate-^meaUsv for ther'marketing of tlfelr 'Droducts at a profit.' Upwards ofiOOrfarmers' have: sent postal NUard'acoeptttBceBj of the invitations that ha-iro ^eenisen t out and ,ln nearly '^.fy.'^ty^ �case'g^^y ha^ve stated tho.t-'thoj'; Intended to-ibrjng'either their'wife or' ^'Ahelr'souji-c^rJ'^thelr^ ;:::iuay';gathetv the "Information tha he,so beheAcial to all. "Th*!. arrahgements for,the convention which' h^d to' b& materially chang- fl-,on:acdpiitit'of-tho election neoeasi-JJJl^fJi-^lp^stpbaeipent to .the foUow- wlll. |)e ?ln ^atteiidaii^Je -to^.b^'eflyi dls-jouas Imp^i'tto't'.^mattBrs bearlng>pptf mark^tl '^ol'miivi,UB, and throilgh-,-.e,kl%j[)frthB promoters to ^.|udle^,-Bnii, April* 8.-Militant suf-liagetles early J today attempted to I rflMbw^up'tlie ruins of the historic^ Dud-, ' /jejs-Oaatlej'Darta o^ which' dato^baok tpi \ 'iHe e'lgi^th- cenEuryr The Inhabltanfif " of. the,foW.wer^fwakened by a loud iexpIbstv^i'wJng; ,''"0� tlie^f dlreotlofe -of-4116)08^^6;''''^-large'f(Jrce of polloe:; "-.t-w^ere desp^tche'd-'t^We, and'on searol!;?: ' JlJg^^leJ;i|S|Mi>yng gi^Punds fu^s , �8o1iA''ciemlo�r^X�'Pd>lastlng.powder.-1,^ r Mpse.''oS''iTieCPO' � � UNITED FARMERS; HEARD BOTH ' , SIDES OF THE. ISSUE DISCUSSED O Interesting Meeting in West Lethbridge SclioplIiSus^Un-' der U. F. A^Aiispices Tire ptrfltlcal oanaidtijafl 'and their supporters were th6'^es^"of ther West Lethbridge U? F. A. last night, and a pleasanV tbne Was'> h^d. . The A.,held' Its re^^i^r meeting'^Ip the school hojtse, jtnd^^aioUjt. 8^ o'clock 'ther' i�oUtIcians. werei, aam'^ttedi' BoiEh' s/detf w%e^-repres|n;^ ' ' ^- m .'^Flfth, from -the drop of tte . ^ , -^^ � -oryoae a-fali? show. -Tte'^fW'nierfl.foe too >busy to attend'nfeetlngs, so^thejr invited both parties*to^com^e'Qi^t and have the talking dond with &i one night..,),, }S1 ' Dr. Stewart, lyaa �lr|i called ai^d spoke for ovier'amfiouK.-^ Alter) a fe](ir^ pleaiantlntroduotp^!; remain 'he sai^l all he; would proinise'vourdTb'c ito ^p": his bes't.' He thougfitW4'.Si1ier*^oandi-dates would' do *'tha.' Saihe^'"Ifrl?)S�ed-: Ing, Dr. Stewart;d�%d;i^%^th'^'aues-; tlon-of natuTal 'tes-owSeBr^-iJe repeajt-;, �d-^'the story of th^,^'^m^tl>$n of, tl^e province, and'the "arrang'etoeri-t ^-made 'at that time; and �thV|wJy",^Iy ^.hey could say to;fMf.''mtwi^,tl�?^ wan'ted their resQur^es-fWa's te'tlislr ivottis. -ii-^T \ - The doctor then dssUbwlJB'redEydC,-ity; and said he dlV 'Internal _^^:a|to$ fembraS: ' ''4fe-Wi of (Hh8-b8Me?4*,r''thaJ explpplon., f Maidy*'6f t5ie',Vl�do1v8 otHhe ..group of ' a(ajacent''-''cot'taklta''>er^ teoKeni ,but '.oi ~*'!AS|?ocofcof 5thef explpsion' s^S'"' says that,the suftr^gette^sloaaed and' i-t->,flre'd on^)''br the'-.blg^guns, which'^was; , ''^Xrello'ofxthfi Crlm.aa^ war. i 'tfc ivar a' "^*-4�SBi^' great^lnternal stor^ie -On^'^i^h't be locatijia* ,,TJje Machinery Bi\lV, , up., and'this v(as also^ei ^ol4brkik'. The ^goveVnn hilve 'accepted W. -C "Iv note/'and the''mafchin^rir, i^^ hav^ h'eenjbrought, tof fhei| ^ 'Then -the map aPP,eV9d* \ ^' ' (Contlniied on paBe%8|? attacked mail boxes' London, April 8.-Another .campaign of deslTUctloii was started by the militant suffragettes of London against the mail boxes today. ^ Hundreds of boxes were rendered 'use-lesBv and mu,eh mall was de&troyed: by the use of ajclds;and burning rags.. _ 1. LACELIE WAS FINED-Qi H. t; Lacelle, sales manager 6t the Royal store sale, ,was convicted on a chargey of, being a trans.kitt trader," and o� engaging m a sMe.i? goods ap such without having paid the license fee of $400. He was-fined-one dollar and costs, and direpted^ b;^ EE Mr; :W.,A.jBu,chanan,:M.P., Will Address the Local Workers Tonight :lned, ..and' tddress by^ M,P. er awlved train. this:, east,- and iBi-ldge Llb- The Liberalij ,of Jietbbvidge ? are urged ;;tO'fattend the rally > ? of 'Woficers' 'ia"-"the' ^committee ? rooma:;t'onlght>�pver^Kenny & Allln^B':drugl:8toVe. J- Plans of work .IwJll: 'b^!t ? there will ,b^/ ? The Fe~dera ?' been bllled^fbrj'y^ber, and 'feels .> ?'.unable to biieaic'th'at engage- ? ing/lri JNorth'Lilhl^rldge in a ? few days.' ">'' c"'"' ' The" meetia|ji^iynlght should ? ? be laTgely:iatt�a|fed, arid there ? is Jo'^'d6u]bt:^j|lJu^'that the" Do- > ,^ minion nieinbeis!'''>-lli receive a > heart^f'welcpi^e^ojsie. ? - Mr. Buqfttoa.|^. is pleased > with'" tlfiTriS^lfiation of Mr. V Jones'by bojtly.the iLabor and ? 4 Liberal^ p^rti^ss, .tjaitt^d saya he > would, W oS�ot-^tife most use- ? :? /V-; f til ^ men .i I'DT-TOeJl^illa tu re. PRESIDENT WILSON'S BRIEF INAUGURAL MESSAGE TO THE AMERICAN CONGRESS O 4. �?�.�> � 4> � ? * O � ? � ,j. POPE SUFFERS RELAPSE ? ? Rome; April 8.-Pope Plus took a turn for the worse during last night, his temperature rising to 100. He waa very 111:t> ? ^ � c ? � ? � Exceeded 15-mile limit : Medicine Hat, AprU 8.-Twelve auto-ists � fi'ce47 the magistrate today for fexeeedlng-^ the :speed limit of fifteen miles per hour, and were, soaked two and; costs each;:. ..The police have.se|, a reasonable limit and are goixis.;tb* enforce it. - Domocratic Leader Emphasizes Necessity of Keeping Promise^ Made to the People-Would Arrange Tariff t(i Develop Country Not to Foster Millionaires . Washington, April 8. President Woodrow Wilson today communicated his first message to the 63rd Congress, convened m extraotdlnary session. It was an unusually brief document, dealing exclusively, with the need for a thorough> moderate^ and well considered revision of the taridi The president drew atten-tlbn to the necessity for an early reform in the banking and currency laws; but refrained, he said, from urging for,the present, .any. other legislation that divert the energies: of Con-"troni. this. cWarly deflrieJ gress , .duty"l'Sward the- tariff question \iesfr THREE THOUSAND ENTHUSIASTS CHEERED SIFTON AT EDMONTON Slashing Replies to Slanders and Misrepresentations of 'Political Opponents A. J. Schleifer, manager of 'f thi^ Royal .store, testified in behalf'Of Mr, Lacelle, stating that he -was nJt conducting the sale, but was' wock^g under his direction as an employee.' There was certainly a-line discjimji-; at'ion to make, and Magistrate vEfj-ton followed'what .seemed to hiiwib he tie. only lOgioal course.' He's"'^-ed'that the' bylaw .was �^eryi^'plaiSiin its I'meaning, .and was ^nleant'.tq hie a protection to the rnerchartts. The''bV-la|w^s^ays that any salesman.or Sal^ I company^ ^ or, their .^i^representqitlye; who- is engaged by ' a ^merchant' fo conduct a ^sale, i& 'a^rjfcransient .^tader atid'must./pay'the, license.' lQ, I'ln ; EdriibiltoD";':Alta. j' April .7.-Seventeen:'ioaonths-have'passed .since Prem-'ieri'Siftoit asTced- for.' a conference with Premier BMden, with a view to handt'iig o.vofy,;fche^natural resources:to, ithe .jproviiiciaj^viaiithorities; ...i^^p^ ocf;d^ipn."'. .MwJBordcn promised coii-: ' ""'"/mattei,..bui;.he ias f^.i^?io^3(S^^S^ evening, ^by.^Teaflihg^hisr letter ' aiid,? ;Bordett!sf:i^]5$ply^;;-:iSiich V wasC^his ::r6ply tp ,th6 at'tehipted "briie" as he calg 'ed.it,. tiy-^toe Conservatives, who saidj there would s'^e','-ntf'natural resources' handedj.soyer^U.P'p^the :. GonservativSf were 'j:elurf|i'd''1;b power m Alberta.'> :;: Therd^!as?.4t)fe,#^ at *;the.sm^eislrig;y:i..thc great: hall being; .crowde^-l'tpj^fr/^ull and over 3000 bM: .ing;pftB[|^tiJ0oriservatives,'of coursb^^^ wore'present, but the loud and pro-/longed'^ohdorsi.at, the, government;sup^-portej^/iiowft'ed the'shouts of their-ijPPPOheutMMtOgetheri- A ,; "Bov^^andidatcs for the city, Hon. ;Ga|!A^'?i^r^gs?;a^dpon.>A:vai:!^^^ '^olcdfiDt, Cddlii'oif to the preiriieri; ian.d]!~gieat ftunanimity-' and; enthusiasai* 'gayB.4j^b'^4Tlie;j;dii;ect: to the / statements niaoejl^y^, the, Consei^vatiye press thai there 516 rri�,V,stie'rthe greatest ever in'tiie; fifatpt^ pt^Edmbntokv � v jt' i . ffhe, 'Attorney-Genera*! jHon.i C. 'W. .-Cross, attomey-geneir-j^ai;vsaid-^he,,-Was'^j!iad to see so manf? (ip';i^h%?haltetos^elcome:f?^ t6^-t,t''()''|fidmogxpp." Tlfe Coiiservati^&| p'a^eif^t^^aid^OL.p^te. agftinst v'Sittop ,'b'8daus''e%drbis)siwas?;getting^ ijadidMgi,'' around Edmonton,', that ra1gh^^^eVtr)ie/oit' not, Mji  all the liilore ',sfi3)ijld.''Edmonton'" vote Liberal. ^-Wesjfjii^*;'Mi6U'0d of ijry.i.ng" to'evaSe: a ipratf^t,.tegarding' the ejection Tally caE;*ig6,]!,ii'MB*5a* nfa'tterv-'df'; fac 'would,^haveil)ad^.Wo charges for one �jffairifetl||he;:.-Gonseiivative 3^ As ajifiejpliep the ^Ifton govern"; ie:'>:lito{^eyery.' ireason 1to; be ft'tjiferlegislation. The;|o^5ipen| act, ^-fch'e-extension, of the tsle-^ plipne|'�4a'nd,' t^lie progressive farmers' go.vernmenl? � J; prpgres-^ ,^,._^^;tHe;ynie^^^ return 'such "a j^if^^ower,- ? ? ------, . , , ,........... : ioiclne not only in ' recent elections-;.which ;U:fe^�^^^^^^^^^ perlorm promptly,, in order that, thej." Vfl Ij^urden carried,by, the-\pjeciple^>.iindejc,.i.^.^^ Misting^,law,:niay�.,be*xligjite'hed^^^^ SQOn;. a33,-.-possibley,^d-4 in^ordlrP'*"'^ �Jh'e^.busjness.,intorHtp!Sof?stl{ei'd^4^ may'nq't Ve Icep^^ioo lohgijln sur' as'.tb jvhat.t*�e.flfipal'''c" """^ ProvinciaLSecfet^^^ei'nd .W- AV Buchanan, M.P:;?||ceivea7 a Rousing Reqepiforii };} Bow Island, April' 8.^Tfie;\0ddfel-| lows' hall 'was jammed'to�jthe dp6rsi last nlgtt at a jolnt.jjn'isktlng In'ithe The speakerg'were'Mr.lMoLe^'n anfj Mr. W.-,A. l^ohan^n;,, Jil*., and bpl^* gentlemen received' a rou8ln|r y;reqep,-f 'tlon. , ' ' ;,Mf:';jr..-w. campbeil.'^llij^d^nt' of 'th^e'local Liberal a38ioclatlt)|iVj,ptt!Slsl,-': "ed, ,and.'-Mr. McLean a0pke^^flr8t,Jdje^-ing With the fInancf s^p| jthe p'roVlncfe^ �He dealt with some of ^i^e MBxpendl-tures designed to ,heli^'i�ie..fariaera' and setilers, and^said asibufflnesa nian he reKarded'',tho ,finR$'ce|'!!}f'^|tlj�;: province ,'a8 belngX.exc.epi^lpnallir"" satisfactory'and sound". \'J C'/i'i';. '^^1-!.,Mr. Buoha,naa-recel,Vda*a gieat 'Weln, co'me fsom] Vl8,'^cbnBtlt;Uent'B,yan^,,^)Eor' overran ,hbijr'7heia th,6~'/audjLphpe''(in| the,g6veriirn,erit-fpr tHe',fl,c(yanceidfleg-islatlon'giYen;iAe(PYp6le;;ahd.]fe^l^i|.l|ie; Blfton !gov,grii�ient'was fruly;cnp?'tor the farnqe'^Siand wo'rkIng,i\ebi)1^0jtHb pro-vlnce. j'Mr.rBiichanaa^.^alBQl.'d'e.a with thp^ A,'^^^.G.W.;'thef top^es^-the-rallwax "policy,.'and oth^ii^iaBues,,and; *He, aroused the electors to. enthualaana!' and'thei wer? no dbubters.ieft-,at the cW ' Mr. McLean will, get- At fn}^&|^ majority at Bowjatfjp:^;^. A re?ol^tlj of ccnflde'nce ^n'/MiL^'^MoLeah;,,. thanking him' f9r ^worfc-done,,;' miam ?6f*^>Ur"tefcp � I couritcy'Cj.^fias/ Idst-" gener^j wiiole face and Inethba , triaj "h^iXL- comraOroial" nfe,*-' FoE.aVlongftiiij themen.noT5Jra, hardlyrremembe; preceded^ I'^^t^^"' tariCt'-Vhyu;--Manufacture! th^y;.�' be^l;^Vej^muBli> aboif Mh"^. ej'fe/ry tm Stha' heari aicii'ti.?, iseiiljljnce';., nrr.ilc^p or,fi: any Ki-.diaf .utific .irtvauiiwe und p-t our-" "s'ufis :o� d^tLnaiint. ncoEy.1.' >ut C(.6nninIfiil,Onjid'*e masters; ot;<'spiiipq(l| am ir thp Y'Vjfi " It ^\youldi"^hQ|y Ipsk-liaste,'' 095? ;