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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta e Man Ethiopia' A �CiREAT CHARACTER AT A GREAT CRISIS Ycb will hear of him'at the Evdtiaelistic Service Tonight, Cornir 3rcl Ave. and 9th St. S. WATCH THIS SPACE OHAMPIONGAVEA President Wilson s Three ThQUsaiid \ Brief Message (Continued iromtrons page). a' jjie Meeting Held in the In-terests of the Liberal Gmdidate .,Ch*iaplon, April S.-Any doubts as iSjithe popularity of Mr; James Mc-j^aaghton at' Ghanipion;' would ha^'e mi renioYed by the great -welccine i^csSyed hero last nljfbt. The pub-i-ball was packed with men and lenj aiid eeemiagly they were all ijtfcNauglitoi]/ and progressire . teni,- Charles Ste-wart, Minister of (oipalitleB, was the etar sp^eak-li^but he didn't arrive until ten o'-~ ^ _ -k on the late train from Calgary; �Sb hjidiootbred many miles to Cal-^y *i>i;catch the train to Keep this ent. .^toejmeanamei: things were kept j^:^?(rtth,>^woosii^adai'e8kts,3SaJp^ �S3Mt baid entered an-' other railway schetae simlliir' to the A, & G. W.. Ho said itr wes-the ;Ed-' monton and Dunvegan railway bullt^ by J. D. McArthur,- Mr. Miehener* said the railway was to pass throughJ immense tmibcr limits owii^d by T.; A. Burrows, a brother-in-law^ of Olif-^ ford Siiton, while as a matter of fact, Mr. Michener knew the fact; about the railway and was deliberately lymg. Mr. Burrows owtted no timber limits north or west oIAtliabasba .orj near the route of the railway. Mr.; Michener knew that perfectly well;  Mr. Bennett, the " fourth" ofv the' quartette, unfortunately got: Stronger.1 and stronger in hfs statements and': overlapped the truth tor the saker of the effect. He said the government borrow'ed $7,400,000, .at ; 4 per cent, re-borrowed it at l|.. aridattet the.A. & G. W. decision in London, re-borrowed at 53 per cent. : Mr.'Bennett, was in London when the renewing^ ot the bond took place and khew they were renewed (m Jan. Ist, and the. decision did not comti out till Feb- considered, based upon the fidcts as they are and not worked out as if The Natural Resources i Conservatives tried to .maHe> out we werft= beginners. We are'to deal f+i.Zt'aT""n^r . v . � Mil m^iff^ r^'i� irf,iSfLKe.;�nSm^1 hi JSg'^Son Eou nJw i S open- rovor,m-nt fbr be hini- ing'of jofir sksion winch > that^, clearlv deJined ^' B\^'>'"^'>^. ^^Ji^^? o^r duty.. At a later time I may take "Edmrnlnn, Aov. 8-h;. I'll, the liberty of calling your attsnt'on "Bear Mr. Birden : Encf^s'd pli� s� to r(ft6rms 'which should pfcess close ^^^^ '^oiiy of letter scht S't W I -upon .ttie heels of the tariff cliahges, frid Lauricr on the 20 th ef March ifi^otiaccpmpanf themi of w'hich the tl^^ti; P'^rsuant^r t vrEsoliitxnvit f the 'chief; is:the: rbform of- - our banking � legislat� vo; asscm" ly? of; > ort>v copy i:i;Of !,wb!ChM rcsolut'oU iS, so;ti forth i:i ' To Aitiact the P^rticulai- Interest or evel^yWomaii^m All are exceptionally attractive garmeiitsVstylish and alto-' g-ether exclusive in design and made in the best possible Avay of ex(^elleiit quality^ high-grade fabrics. iToum^^ tliB style and ''go"^ there is to^ every one oi-^ tlieiii And the novel touches in design and trimming whichvthey;display;^ ^i*^ �^f' S'""^*'- 'NTEREST TOMORrtCW,- FtfR we're offer- iNQ 'ouft: hTghest 'priced- and muck inferior grades. n Wednesaay Sale of Highest Grade Suits tncludlhg .our fOII stock of the most attrac-. tlvemodelff of thexintlre sea- C09 Krt ' son, vvortK up. to $47^60 .. ^OCaVU Wool Bedfords, Imported Worsteds , and finest Serges are the materials used in the manufacturo of ; these lovely garments; Styles are, 'the 'most attractive we ;fettve ever had to show;/. Every garment shown .In an absolutely exohiBive style and not more'than one of'a'i'fclnd. This.Is a mid-seasontsale on a olass/of gar-, ments which.will' suit the moist particular and: best dressed women of this city. All values worth up,to $47.50. Cn Wedhiesday special .:..., �ROfi>aWU Wednesday^Sale^of Most / Attractive ^^^^^ . . - .i..-.^......'." -5,. , . . ..." Hlghe�t;^a�!ade'Styles, of. :the,Vs^a�orilnclOd- , ing newd^t whipcords,' shot �rCA|* Covortsjeto.^wprth .$32,60 'v^CO�UU,, This lot undoubtedli' includes the' very^ best styles'.:ln high clasB' garments -it is pos^l/ Bible tosprocureanj^where, and every one lean !^b80lutely>.excJuBJve model: with thl8��.: storeand mostidtessy" and becoming to tho-i average woman, �., ." Finest .Whlpcords^v Shot rCoverts,. Importetf-Worstetfs, serge's, efo.jV In the beBtdsl;iades 0^ tan, greyr Copenhagen?and ^��|"' black, ahd?all;8l*e8&.;;ii-- ^"5?�vU Most Attractive and Becoming Millineiry Styles Importetl American and Parisian Model Hak at Pi*i?es of Ordinary liind^. Prices tco?are fully as attractive, as'the hat. themselves, the most elaborite $5 "^^StP these,figures.................. ..............................,. *' ' " " " the occas'on of the Boer .tic-verc then/, reviewed. Mr. Mnc-M Aifaefba 'was a cosmopolitan' system which mav be"bcst served to,*� granting the prmncj QrtHnityrto>}idMSs,the,.twp,tiy inji^gacd to.r*Uo^lf-s|ri^":m (I-trougliVto'coiirfW the ludje said enc^^ tetawed to the'fcityt - this af-houses directly and^to ver'fy for my- following out the sug esti'nfc ntvor, 3B8. . speech rather .put.iJQr.^ SWart'^dio 'a-tlght corner o.ver^tliet tol^Biontlily; >pay. He charge'd^Pr. StiniiaTt/Wltii promfe-ing the _lietlil>rid||e'yjijade� ,)Uid'-lia*or Councll'to intfoaiice a bil}'i^rbyWIog jw^^Wd?f'^li;Whitcman/^'>al�'our* dealings w forfeit* at' No. 6 sha,tt, other." r .a ith one an- "Arlh-T L. I Tho Ueply ^ Ot aw I. No 1", 1 11 "Beat Mr' Sft-n:, I Uc, t, n--your le^t'r'- 'of t'jc 8th enclosin^^ copy of a rc'cl.ton ,;t{cal gathirngs ever held in, slativc.-s^cm t f Al 0 - ^j,.^^ity. ' ''^ , . , MrsS.Gorry's: own experience is,one that wilt, always live .Avith her. With i,u.Y mi. i--.....--- friendsi&nd relatives in the city for,- ---- Uiiiiii''- --A-"'' 'was aUthori?cfl tlTsay the'bilr,^would ^y^om the Mavest fears were enter-swept away as i� they--were matcm , - te rejjealrd by'tlie Con^rvaf^ -. . . .... ...----a �nor. itt n." same Conssrvalucs- fa'/cred but how'poulfi Mr.- Bennett txpiaxn o^jj,.____ h-'s support of the-^'corporations as.^^ty op'the first train to get out, where.- , v =-3'. ^'T i, ' against the interrtts of the "farmers." theiescue-work was still in progress The flood damage ,at, Colunjibus The meetini; closed -amid great- en- gnd- every hour unfolded its awful ho-wever, was ,small compared Witn ,'it leng one of th-v'frreat- ^ales of death and destruction .| Dayton, whcrp almost .the -whol? city. 'thi?3iasn); Idcrati ,ns.,rhi3h are tiur, reCci .e'otir, att.ntion. "Voura falfhu'l , "K'. L. Brd n." The interview lias iiiofy t .eeiar-.iitsslf; f-attract-1 ranged, and no firUi'C fnswtr h:s assemblape ne been receued at I'^'dmonkn trjm Ot 6w.'s'*hurn8;Wefe%q6Mb;ily"''numb;rs, but cer-,tawa. Mr.. Bjiifi'-tt/Bald 'that stct ,fi^"^'do'p.tot said-^-thlit.-talnly.noaEss distinguished than the 1903 he-/had,contnuousIy di,m^nd,d S^sefipus''condition; ' t'wPWaax. whidli dttended the presi-| the-'handmg oVer of^'thc Jint'-r 1 r>-V'-J;j:''ji._"j.,i.n..4- beat's inauguration. ' lcr.,iro�>.. inr- Mmnft-f ^I1rn,cd 'icoljr city. s .^morning;? at ithe, ag�>-J^^ 'i^^|rVoiiton;i4prlI 6.-7-The .body of X-v^o�klng day and night with the Hi::korn Kntn SlHpSl rescue.porpb, said he had personally ilCdlU JLJUL'll,--�JlUCO,aide4 4o remove 170 dead. The news- stori9S qf death and ruin, all mingled together to make a story which will go�down in the history of Col-umbUs as the worst disaster ot the' times.'. One "man I knew who had heea .-vforklng day and- night with the eceiit Reports Show Hundreds "%er With Kidney Troubles' ' , and Don't Know It ,,Sre''',are scores .of nervous iV'Tun-down-peojple througU-"-i city suffering,with palris' Tve'lUilniye' 'Iho-'kldnfj-s aiW i-ft'turpid- of tho blood, *nd . one. eun bi--wPll Lnd JieJlthy nloBii tho hdnejB -woik-proii- ill use nt once. When you have taken a-feV doses, you wrill be surprised hoW differently you will feel. ' broxbne cures the worst pases of'kidney, bladder trouble, and rljmimatlSm,'b?cauBe it remoVegf the caus^':'. It cleans out the.kld--'riey9,':and'lt' intoi'tliVliuman system ?-180'? 'Arrr.^R^il " nett, spoke at Rcsifia say'ing' thrrj mandatei'to form"new ^ st-ern.sproymcestiiOn'S'thpii^^mei.ocQeslM the.ipremioi; ;iti(ms2lC:isaid';;'-rh?s'i;^ was to settle , the i-matiT ^ on ^rms equal to, those of Ontario'and'Qfe-bec' One year Istet (MT'p^An fct changed .his,'nun^i^K tu];al-".resoUrces..5;>Mi!Jff'ijBennett'>'^^^^ changed his mind again > therfc w,ere to be no natural resources, for Alberta till a ConsfivatiTc government . :was'..returnedj'.The':attempt;w^^ IPlyionp to::briba;:thkpeopIa'withytlie offer of the natural, resources and terminal elevatois. ^ # Mr. Borden three year's atco on every' platform in. Alberta :;said' his first duty would be to 'hand'over, the natural resources to the province, but. now, be found he was not authorized by Bennett and the Calgary Her^ aid and the Eye-Opcner.... (Loud cheers and laughter). Mr. Bennett had ,scven years ago prophesied there -ivould" be. reverberi-^ tion of. the guns of rebellion if the autonomy bill were ' passed. .Only prpsperity, has reverberated through' Alberta since then. Mr. .Bennett Said the;,:credItjo'f Alberta was ,ruinedtamid th6.great est enthusiasm- 'r j^--^^^- :'^::;K::5Sloqucnti:Ai-:a^''-ii'^^p|> Hon, AV &. ilaokay,'lyho follovfed^i replied to':Mr- B,enne1it, calling 1 hi|ix an "Ananias", jindi'said.-that ;Ontarip;jOo'hser,vativ6?y\vould':?saactm.' ,|he.namejas appliediito'i'hitaihe'wolir^: uetire and aljov the Con�eiya'tiy�s the seat h'y aejcI4n?atidrf/^ BjJlnoVt's vovrtii>ied frtjrti"'front pngoiV Maps are ; .Dr.''^sWMtfaSlOT although'he doesnjfe^do jnjijrh.^ with' them. He hung � up,,a'"map,'wlth.'-thei* rentes ot the A. & O^^W-ji'd'tfrftJie Dun-; vegan lines.(dr.awnonsitfegp'z^istowart'l then startsd'ln.tOitellithasOft-rrepeialtea stpqr of the A. &s G.:jvC^>ft>a,rin-? ten.persed - with rem'3rk9,sabout "hox-l lous .weeds and oth'er''%%^lti&%fail*d'^^^^^^ usual-allegations ;were:^niade|abodtithS':! aw'fuj, plight the prpYlnpeC.w;^,'',iri;,as .a' result. Dr. Stewart'flald>,ll(.the''Gbiii^ servativerf were retn^petfsthfey.Vould have the matter'sOttlSd''b3?""T*stOflilig' the fOTrtior contraetCen'a'..ilettlrife.''the'? company build the roacF.*","' ' ^ ^ '- .-s Then the railwaysisouth '6f course; the 'sbveriimif nt fe, dl'9(7jminatlng.,Vgtoi ainsf the South,' aiti'^the^forles t^ about; rail-ways 'b'uiltsanyyi^HerkSf'flVg-;; all a myth. Only niniety;. inlles are In opei'atlon. Dr, Ste^Wart "tconctuded pap.e?s,�* no money in the,es; J#?^'''****22)~^^_, LiA'i ilmrtoB ll. iicu to hLiii,ibuildi?th.W "^^^^SSIm mij^ \, Jar.'''lli>rrW�relflvafei'fe! He otplalned therbtll,'fandi 0�X�Cdw. , C.-%i6KfiMeJ(>ipvrSd; being glir.: ,^n ;'feh'Dilnute's;'-and/li8'.,j,^ttenipted a �'i>pply-Yq''thf'>;vlp'u�i* sppakeii pealing iirtnojpallf.'w(t'-"yaUV^ys,^'m ' tfie-rharke^,ftha^" ttfe'i^jDUaYe^^ ,ta!klni^'*t}if fl^alofis i [luce''. �' ';. i�/,- - ' � � ' � � -�. --^ -Co-'nered 0'', Stewart ' '.'Aid "At V�V'waB* tl i.n. V wn pungent, JSthttifl O'Brlfin did it/hut J)^r,Mnfer- . lanoe' siicoaeded '.'lii'getting'- -ftie.�,biU ',-whioh gav,e tthe boon to>th� miners. . Mr: MeNab, In'soma -waTS,';,inad�:the beet"impr'eBsion pt-th�.night,.({''Hii . -Mr. Quayl'e., asked l'Mr,;jMcKenzleJ', ^ for -his'authoritylfaf saying'the great ' � | hooh^booh,man, T^'A^.Buj^wWB.owined.., [i tlmtreiir limits''In ,ihuaishten A4ul| BcaldiDk,'^.^ eprllli^S uul will hi cinnf;^ctiL<- ipiffion iiead^c* Z5c h bua v tue Mes�?* iho�.:i ;