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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. - X.M^X^-^-f^f^^t^p.--.^^.-.. .-^ . .-.. .. , ---� .......... __ i^R PREMIER Slt^ON, AI .BERTA'S BOP^TER, AT THE MAJESTIC TOMORROW NIGHT MR. JENSEN, wmm m, TEN PAGES Lethbt1d$;e, Alberta. Wednesday, April 9,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 100 REO DEER ELECTORS CER ^ FOR THE PROGRiSSiVE>WIER Little Doubt But That W. B. Welliver Will Defeat Leader Michener' Bed; Oett]� AUa.,?; -ApEil, 8.-Red -Deer, the. home iconstituonqy.ol ' Edr ward Michener, leader, of the Alberta Conservative party, gave a rousing: welcome to^ Premier Sitton this evening; .and,'� R. B. Welliver,- Liberal: candidate!: in the campaign.".:: A large' rtemoaratration was held.ia -the Empress theatre, and though a few Gon-BerVatives were present at the start and interrupted a little, the dole qt the meeting was full of enthusiasm, and, Confidence was expressed that on' April, 17th the Conservative , leader would go down to defeat. :*� The discomfiture of the Oonserva-� tive intertupters were brought:-about when one man said the Dunvegan �:railway;had Its bond guaranteed- by the govertunenli to pass through the; timber limits of T. 4.. Burrows and the Imperiajv pulp' company. The raife way WBiiit;nowhere near, those tinilioj; limits; said the premier, as. neither Mr. BurrowB.nor the Imperial Pulp  company; had any limits west �,or Bouth "of -the Atliabaaca Blvji., , .The pcemicr for'the first time men-Jtioneditemperance reform in hiscani-t . paign. Hp said that the. direct- legist �lation act which ho had:passed-i^gaves the temperance people .the besttiweai pon with which-.tO'accompliah itti^lr end They could frame the act they ; vwiarited 'and; demand' its' submission td ithe people juaif as ithey wanted it and' *lie vote of ithe jicpplo alone � v.-ould: deciflo^.whether.'-the bill would. be-: come law or" not'.^ : .'vPremier - SittoriJ^4sV received'^ 'loud cheers trotnr'alt? sides-. lie said' Mr;; 'WpiUvor,' the^ Liberal .candidate aho\f^vfan_y ntittfkoy owi|h--the'^ legislfii^ ... tion W(K!pM, ton^^^  '-Jttich&tit�'api)ealin^:to the,'people :;ot Alberta."_ No 'attention was paid'to tho record .of the government and no - attackwas .mtl3eI'on�^ the? accomiilish- Calgary, April 9.-Mr.i Justice Walih iave his decUlon In the appllpatipn to rastrain the eleotrori IniCentral Calgary on account rdf-the..shortness of the notice. : He ruled that the dissolving of the HouttC'was' an aot of the King,: and he had no. power.to Interfere, Writs of this character were - Issued in only two. ridings, Centre Calgary and Macleod.' There was not much stock taken In the eassa. UDGE WALSH HAD , NO POWER TO ACT Mr. Ri B. Bennett speaks In Leth- bridge tonight. Mr. Bennett, associated with Sir Max Altken, Is the big mogul In elevator circles In Alberta. He has an extensive Interest .In'theny and a't many points in Southern Alberta has a monopoly. Mr. Bennett's Calgary organ, the Calgary Herald has reported Mr. Bennett as referring, to "my elevators," and there la no doubt that he Is one of the elevator magnates of the provlncei This has go'me.-i thing to do with Mr. Bennett's oppc sitlon to the Farmers' Co-Operatlve Elevator Bill, and he Is said to havs threatened to have It repealed should the Tories carry the ppovlnce. Mr, Bennett as a man with money Ihvest-ed In elevators, is naturally interest ed In Brain prices; and there are som* discrepancies which the farmers of Alberta would like him to explain. Why Is therefrom 25 to 30 cents dif- ference tn ihefprlfe paid the farmer Is still a fat amount going Into the LEEHBRffi LIBERALS IN ON o- Wuld'fl^'aB^' attack was made on^ the accompusn.-raents of the admfftistration. The people I of Alber;.ta were, not read to be appealed to without .facts. Mr, Michoner, if he were the lit inanJor.)ils place/'stipijld; not Uaye to wait' tor the arrival, of p?nne,tt fronj / Otta,wa' to declare wiiali.the issue? oj'the campaigaj:are, .to'b'e.-'The.implo'ment companifcs this k! .�"'^^,yVar,''aBl�;?d that th.o Farm Machinery, '/'act lie delayed,yoai in order that. s-V'. "v 3they might \prepatc/an honest form' 'J}f ' ;'^f contract, 'Thoy madtf the - same; fi"' ','proinise a yearago, but they didno-ti; (ulfll tha - � Y" Enthusiasm was � ihe;"moTlog"'ftpirif atVithe rally of' liberal i;Worl{6!r8.�lA�t night. The commlttee'iTOoms WWc packed to overflov?ing^aa6ther;;;iflvi-dence of ..the' f avor^ of-'J;;' O; -.'^onep .as t'he Uberal-endorsed Labbr'.candiaate. ^Mr. McOarty chairinttn' of the oom-Jiffttfe'e, opened the^m^e'Ung. wltW'r^-a8lka;:..t"o;^,tlJf:'^^l^^j(6f,�;1iW^^ ww^itfa to>'^feo'''to^srdaion^ofli?*wrA:l called'^upfenitfor A i&vf remarks t He said that the reasbn ^& -was, here/ was to'i sh'ow' Tiy;^his preaencevhiti: -aupport: on behalf of the labor'ni^n"Who bad .put-up;-J; O. Jones" 'aB.vthei"r^eandt3ate,i and that he would "exert every pttort in favor of Mr. Jones..- '\ ' When Mr. "Buchanan '^pproach'e'd thafi'greatest: of allJlaborrJeaderjft;: Sir� Wilfrid i'Ijauriei;iou^Hhe�iquestion*'df th� advlsabUlty of-lii^, absence^frolh the Dominion'touSe' at �uoh,� an''Im-;Portant*tlme^-; ed i today in: "Wu Changj dpp'o-; ' ? site Hankow. � . , MACLEOD LIBEIIALS fi'j^, 'iihfeblU throughOMr. Bennett, h6w-fe^^-j','''leVer,i how'-found : out' that'the 'bill i^fi'j-t^was |aTd'ralJie-;ti6 thc|. conipanies and iii -L, ti^iiious ^to the' farmfer. It vi My pity'he.did,n6t*.flnd^;that o'ui; lleve heartily' Mr. Jones is" a man-who] having'-the basic Interests' oriHA* Wboripsf/man at heart,'and- finbwjngr^tli*liv \9BiS,a�ttol|l a4-vantage of the oltfeitf 15jfth^ldg^, and will'be a dire^ influenew^ on development ot the en1;ir,e-listTlcJ.^ ^ ' %-:-CCo^tinned^o4||a^^V^4 of Southepn- i^fcerta and the price paid for rthe?jVSpheat by the eaatern miller.'..-f'^-'w::v:.::'^ The Herald?s[ha8|}n Its possession a etter written by,'a Hamilton miller on Wheat prices and In view of the prjoea p'ald-A'iberta farmers It makes Interesting reading. .Writing to a,friend the miller says: J^l;noticeAWhat you say about thei'p^iee �f;;wheat. We are mlll-ln|),'v:a'.>,�6qd>\deal|'0f tough grades, one,,: twoV'.t'firee: and sometimes fcup ;(fj(rthepni; They differ from .thefrstaiidar^dVgrades only for the reasdn.thatittfoy are a little damp. We:.buy thent-threeor four cents per :bu8h being a diff-erence|d^3&"'^P bushel between what-ypuvsayt^y^ get- ; .tlny.for;It'art^what we are pay-' Irtgi � i^hei;tfreJiht from Fort AWIUi lia'rTiih:fre-^l4^^y>er ftoBhelj'ieaviir'?**? iri^a 27e fop a^Bone between ^hil; fa"rmo�*:arid:!^ir'3;WIll'lam. This-is-,:a'imiatt(jn^!i'at ought to be: loo)VjjheJ^ii.orf*^p^ We are buying - enocmoue.kqifSntftlgs of wheat; at Four; inMontHwIismitl. It Is going P vvthere.^^l^J^^l'f ..... � '�: j^Vhe miller ''pjiy|^.|3 cents [fbr No. 3,'�tfie- Altferta'.^mer'today^^as paid 63c>' a-dleffr^^^|t0 cen-ts;;^ porttoii^oif.Mi^P^ts l�^harieaBI�? ib^peh-8*b?da^lht,' bW pockets (if the elevator trust it Is no wonder that Mr. Bennett doesn't want farmers co-operative elevators In competition with "my elevators." Here are the wheat prices paid today: At Cardston At Hamilton No. 3-63c. No. 3-93c. No, 4.-5flo No. 4.-86 Oat. Prices No. 1.-Z2!/2C No, 1-39c No. a.-^1c No. 2.-36o No. 3.-16J4c. No. a.-32c The .prices paid at Cardston were the sqme- as paid at Carmangay. Oldresholm, Macleod and at all points In the'south.where Mr. Bennett's ele vators, the Alberta-Paclfic, are located. Wilt Mr^'Bennett please explain why Alberta farmers should not be paid a price sufliclent to oover the cost of production when there is such a nloe wide margin to enable the elevatorr, to play fair. - NO NEWS UNTIL DEAL IS CLOSED The city council went into special session this morning with the representatives of the industrial concern, of which mention was made in the Herald yesterday. However, nothing is being given oat tor publication. Mayor Hardie stated this morning that he had reached an agreement with the Herald that no account of any industrial matters would appear in this paper until the papers are signed and the deal actually consummated. The Mayor will endeavor to make similar arrangements With other newspapers in the city, and thinks the a-rrangement would be more satis-,!ttvctory to all'concerned.' Remarkable Statement Mad^e at Cardston Meeting-Doc Stew-, art's Stale Story, HE A DISTURBING NEWS ? ? ... London, VApril 9.--A Central ."suffered, from a, fainting fit > ? las:tiiie;.tWO'haurs, -and It Ayas ;woraej-and; > on whau th"'e; goverzunent has done-for tbe.>provincer: He- dealt LwIthHfe'fi^ nances,; and..;gave;fact-, and; figu|(e,tip' detail, much to the pleasure R.i out of':.;MaOT' leod. " \' ; ' , , '^tfV'. Medicine Hat, April 8 ;--Miayor Nelson Spencer had the support of Alberta's greatest Conservative ora-^ tor tonight when'"R.,;B.BenMtfc-.;undertook to. persuade Medidihe Hat electors that tho ' Sifton gpverumeni; was all wrong and that Spencer j^as the only man to' represenj.*tlli�t�ity'' He made,:;;a .'.'Charactw'istio;fes'!)rie6h' bright and. interesting,'' andV " ' v|i :f ( Bfeferrlrf^^to the>'naliuralT(.fea;iwo8^-V;;ij iip68tIon,vliepsald:'i;th9.i'PMd6ttiTgj)rS^ ?men"i�haa?.-;no:vj'maa^at0t-/^^^ '-ovefci|'p|7l^e;4ip^i^pvinde;^f^ 1 1 ilbommion Official, Urges Erec-> tion pf Civic Abattoir-Would ' , Cost $20,000 �It'LetHbridge district is to regam 'the mwt trade with British polum-'Via.ao-st through the^enforcemen^, of t�e,-E'overnment regulations calling Jor.'^ieat ins.pectiott,. an abattoir mustibfe\ constructed-tere, and about 'tfaitonly, way this, oaibe accomplished, ,^"11 be by the city. malMng\�* .? h'^chener. kt2Macleod"f, thai;.the^Edmoa-' ^4tfoV-ahrt'.Dl'nYe^a�i'''i'ailway-.'waB _ built i"by liond-'-guarajitee of tho-'goveriimen^; ij;ely,iorpi^'4hifo'd"g|i timber,limit| liurrow's,' a^btother-inflS-viri >t%fr -about r^b' ,Imperk ,'Puip rS'Kr.company ?" -asked 'some 6jie. . ;W5J:'^'"Neith'ei;'does tlio'Imperial' Pulp ''4ftfr company,*', sa'ld the prernier. ""Mr.; ' Burrows'-has absolutely no interest .'"In any-tifnber llm.lfe, along the.DiinS ' vegan' 'railway,' and Mr. Micheno!-; knew that' to bo so when he made his , lying'charge." '(Loud cheers). ,'It appeai;pd, cdritjauod tho premflj;;; ^that.the Iqader^ot/tho oppsisi-fcion. aiiSl 'Mr'. Bemiptt?''ili!id^, no'' platform ,M| cides'"pn.,tha 'reqat^'dji, the' 'gover4a,gfjS1 on the ;,progre>siyplpolidy .in .tb|v;jmt of jjubUo workS^rott'-'thp'" fact' tha||||6:: oppositfoji ,matdo.;iio,',6harge about vtlie expdpiliwe 'ptvStie' .slnglS; 'dolfarVana, tlie 'prdgressiyo'd-ipgialatiori' .'iii"^ 't,he Trdops F^^i:|n Btiffalo Streets Buftalp,, N.Y.. Aprtl "i-^jvV tH An-^a4ditionb.Jt ten.thpufeajid are, en route, v,"/ ' ^i/iSiitl' break men _ ijoujfl, 80 later in the day.' The first details of soldiers we^e sent out'from the armories at "8 d'-clook. SauadB pati;plled ei^ery blodk along the oar lines in the/down^ov)rn 'aeotion bf'^the citi^. ;4 speolaj^ detail of.mouatied pcoutB*of/the 7,4th Reg^ mentrwas fire'd-'^pPii >a;;/the oprner of Miag'^'ja : arid ^.To>�Ti:f�ntlft*'W'^^ ciiaT'gedT^the, 9m%}%l'0.;rffbloWtt'-up.s Men aent over the line for a dlManoe ot five miles north of Tonawanda, poPted no damage to the tiaoks, or hridges, and no explanation of .the'jl mysterJouB exploBions was obtained, 'j a mumoipal institutiom If >uch an ahat^oir-lis built, the(�overnm?nt WiU m'media-tely establish 'a; meat 'ingpeo-iPE^h^re. Dr. Frederick Fisher, ol Toronto/ Dominion goyermnent vet-fertiiafy 'in .charge of the enforcement Df^tBe;'Meat Inspection Act, arrived; inf-lte'lcity yesterday^to investigate: t^e-^coinplaints which:have' arisen be-caus8,A the sudden .enfojpement, -of, t%-faoi'some time agp.^-During the BA N DM ASTER C LIN E'SS E R VIC E8 IN EENIANJ.RAID"'. RECOGNIZED T-H-E' ST^ATE � � ,, .!^;i|ilGllflp,ixeceived a letter; this; ;mo'rnl&gif;^'^containing;- a? cheque, and in-th.^spv.jl.l^ayri/jV^of'v.money. strlngendjt chetiutes are yelcome friends. It was ,a;:(Bheouis^f!?om the .Dominion ;of' Ca-nada;'forioneihund'r6d,.doIlars m recog-; nItipn?,;ot#hlp:'?Berkces. in' the^ ;R^id.;. Iff!5t87,0>; ;;^^hiBiibanainaster-Was a-boy-dtyl'ottrteei^-i^ at thit'tinie) .a.nd�.v^aB.;i6ugler;;iorva'. company:,fro iB^i^ieJiiOntv ; M^ji OlfteJ^; course;''alBO getSivalli'ithei-OLhet'cfavor's given; .by :gratefiil'd6untry,i;.lnolu"ding-the5mM which;he:iproudly,"weai*s,-and'he*also, ihas.& ;o6r.tlfIdatefgivl'ng him,thesright*! ;tp.*'160';;kcTes|pt'vland iin i ijew-; :Hb-.'wilteseledtathevjand thlB'-'coming sumn-; r.;ivBandma8j:er' Glintf Is; ainai tive of Per^h, 0^^ ' . v'bpnfire'' speech; up .pla'natio�,,'!;bftt-.he;',adi, and ,roiter4liddwthafetp=Si:i�{M what was a fact.'Th6f^.-(?"Srd*_ lit, asi he.;had/said, an'd;;%.iw^n^^^^^^^ ther. and said, he would'' .have iwiddiie the;fsame thing undon.the; dlrdum'staa-cesjt.if: he; had, been; m-if^sfol^eigA'i cdunn-try so short a tim'eias^tEo^e; Amerir-can had; been. He.;;:maidl!aiiied?' ;arsd'' that .prominent ,:Am'i?rl^oiJns;;ihaa'i^ him they were suppQrting&reoip'roclty hpre because Uncle Sam- wtot'ed. ; it and not because it v/as ''^po"d fot Gkn-r ada. �.�.*''i ';.'';'Mi;'";-, i?4�!'T�*?s'i *j^SijMa�5^ He denied that he,'liad been'ok both side, of the. A. & G.-Ay,- affair, 1' ah'd ,diJigently":',v::,overlookgdw-fethi^,i^^ charge---that!ho, -was rana-elevaterscoln^; bine magnate, and t^^at ho/had.''iio"jj* dpnevanything;to secure;,'itheiii(i^^^ reao'urces for the pfb�^i"licBtSii^cd^gd-irig.:td:;Ottawi.' r . He. gave his,.'set:f;sp^chfeifci'iifio'^i;s '&';''ar �W.''matter"'^Mi*,'ch|� the repbfd'! of 3he';^Si'ft'dn.^QyeJnm'en"'b 'Onv,?cHffitf6c&'ii?tt,^:^iCBt ml We*. e-n't,^ as one of usurpation, , ^ , pudiation, litigation and dissolution, and claimed that as, Sittoti had , bepn, called to solve the i&lG^v^V, qUeB-' tion, and had not dMj^^so,he should be dismissed frojp', oin'cei.'. 'j , ,-, Mayor Spencer also made/a spleen on local issues, , ' / . ?oVtftta\m>.aI|iMc mentr therefSr^'Xaa'^V rlgIi'^-,to ftfctiota:-,The �opl^-waj^lfa>"w:fti'Sj could"be gained, for "the ^ prqv would be to elecf a goyeriimentyj,^] had always stood'fpr prdvinoial-rj^^l The pricrovlnee,..and i;hat 'h. -""tinii ol. the-'amount-of .later^est tti"',?�?SiT*l^| Bank will' te .coinpellea'to pay,.,pa�p.^^ not yet been,decided. V - ''^i)? >pr0B,once,r:?intimtda^^ ^illi4a'v|'i;ii&efi;^^^|ife �/b6^ta'/.:,gpyerm^^ : has! bfe^ijiauppUedWiih. copy?''of s ;'tiDns:ra5^.saiHi^ta6.6=|^ti;"tha^ :Elept pni:ftapt|':referriiigiri^ �"praptK!ej^:and; it?i^ tb./tKglnph^^iaii^j person i us ing.?^ illegal 5iethdds in ,an attempt,tip cd-.ejroe.. �|otWB3againM^,thelnr;Will/9S^ bTibingji^lfch;?; l{qHor;s;�r": other;' gift- is liable;tojseyere punishment. I � jj.Jastr.VictipnB ^^ei^l-^dut^^ l';dlpi5Q^J;;jstpfe^i aMep^ home�tefl'd' inBppctprs* and numerous othor/,f ; - l ' othet. ^>i\i�A \ , , Mr.'Jensen's-^Reasonr ^ vVu,-rf�6f Mr. Jensen was tlio wvt Hpciker. His appearance wm.hailed,wlth'^. !^ light,'for the; audteBpe '^^Y^^i^Mk^m learning/ frdm.H'ih%r "wl^y �^^f-^M ^iH^^^n -hiB rf^t.i.'^^He endeavoredi'ttfefcj PREMIER BORDEN CAGLAWMOJION Ottawa, April 9.-The capital-, ,1b* agog with excitement^Qvan the iRtyOjj duction in the Coiurnqn^ ihls. ,ftfter-,, noon of the g^vernme^fjOlpsurd^m^aBi^ ure.. The *ConE?Tv^ti3{d8".,metf in' cfiix.-cus this aftBrnoon;,^~a8d"mapp'ed,,dufc their plan of'.protfQdurl'i.in WHousja/i Thfr, Liberals a^S^nce'd Hhat' they ^iiir?)%fer�>4i? i!?;?;^^!^'' �diteh.'"Tlfe''#u1>%^^f,U%BM4l^^^^ a l>ittei;;6ti^'#l^/,, Tfe'-Js. e�pepte4'\t\t 'no fln be b d & ' He'tdld-fijd'^ fcrlct aJ be^td^'^-ain'oou lol o* spjjroes.^'ij'w V/llWbtai " ho onlVj ffl nc onlT \ 0 ^ ould. 1 itui il I |,clfan( ipry^yei. ^ _ ^ ^ ; C". P R AFTER BRIGHT MEjteS lliilnnii c, M in Mnl 1 -1 r d Mm! ' 'Sail K - Otla M hi' U n 1 n wn' llit lit 10 III i.^ 1 ^ "tM ^ildlUnn Q\ei all ( .inidiaii I'lcir :ii'(Stil \ e t t Winniie. Ialifobnia bill a men| teSfcYo Anul I'-Th.-rxaBU iVv^ coi ii. mlttts of ih6 ^ati .ml iut.ie-,ims il .tfg^ 05?7 016929 ;