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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRiSgE_PAILY HEBA^I^ Wednesday, April 9,191^ iItHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED OBCKMBM "WW ^ubU�hed by the LethbHdo� Herald Publlehlno Co., L�d.. avery lawfM vetilnii at Iti offlcfci Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN ; PHONEj % Editorial, Rcpartorlal And Newi Oepartjnent 1224 Managing Director T. yV. QUAYLK Manaplng Editor JOHN TORRANCE Business Manager PHONEl Advertlslna Circulation And Job Departments 12$2 ,.vi..v SS-OO ase. OAlLiY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, deliver** ....... (4.00 1 year, by taaU ... f months, dellTer**..... �.�� S months, de1tv�i-adl, $1.00 * months, by nuUI \1 montb, delivered'...... 35e. 1 montb. by maU . Addrasies chanted aa often aa desired, but both sew u� oM addresses must be civeii. ^ --^ ,~ THE DAILY HERALD FQR SALE AT LBthbrtdge-Red Cross Dru� & 'Madlslne Hat-to be. This is something which should be regarded as everybody's business. In so estimating it can success be achieved. TO FOOL THE'ELECTORS ITie Standard Securities Co. ...........,11'aaaaaBBaKari'iuifii......ii .i iriii, u .i jj-aaaaauii im i , ' saaaagaars; ii......' i"a Real Estate and Investments Owners of ^^M Suite 111-115 Sherlock BUg. PlOJox 197t f hone 1291 OUR POINT OF VIEW Sif ton and a Progressive Alberta. i ... The "gag" seems inevitable, at Ottcwa. Pei-haps a few lines about British fair irfaymightnot be out of place. Our obtuse contemporary apparently fails to see the applir* cation of "niodiste" to Mr*. Miche'ner. � The Elevator Bill is to be repealed if the Conservatlyes win, I according to the latest.reports. It is up to tlie fanners to see that the Government is sustained. The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited, of London, England personal accidents _^ . health; workmen's compensation Employers'-uABiLiXY . � .automobile, fidelit,y,'and f1re.insuran0i5 contract eONt3$ If impure milk is being delivered in Lethbridge^it is up to the Board of Health to get bus^% One catmot drink the present water supply. If the rnilk is impure too, just what may one drink? � ; . STANDS FIRST v In the Liberality of Its Polfcy-?Contract8 ' ' " � In^Financial Strenfltji,- - In the Liberality'of*its Lost Sb'ttlelnent's Total Availabte Resources, $8,000,000' Deposited with the Dominion Governfhent for the Benefit ofthe Canadian Policy Holders . .,$829,Sl00,0,0;" ' � Reliable Sub-Agents.wanted Woughoiit Southern Ajberta to.sell the, ^ '  MOST?LIBERAL POLICIES EVER ISSUED. , , , for FOTjL, particul/ajis apply;- , .��tmmi^^.^-^'^--^:.''tipn passed in the House of Legislature at Edmonton. The cor-layji^ Sifton published is ps-!!proof thereof. The opposition is perfeolly aware of this, and s-ihmi&caipgedi by. this knowledge is "falling back on the device of SftteDing the electorate that it is not only.a matter of votes, but Mthatithe;;^^^ be distinctively-Conservative to carry a .A;JDnandak;::3fp^^n:,.;:;^ , ;v'::r , s;> T reflection on the intelligence of the people sw^sjof AJbe!rjE#but,jlikewise, an aspersion-on the fairmindedness of |il5 ilMr. Bord^ as head of the Dominion Government, mem- �bersvof'bothparties would wish foiconsider-as^possessed of that integrity which goes with Canada?s foremost citizen. \ . � ^, .To ssi^^ only requires- the return- of a Con- ^^psjservative'gc^ to Edmonton to cause him to fulfil a i|fif!?;prpniise made is certainly placinj^P^Knf jin ai very poor light. If [ ]!(Ir. Borden's word' is his bond.;ithen the electors of Alberta have " JisJffipthing; to feartethejnatter of i the Province acquiring control fS[;\|^:?it8 mturaii^esoiu'ces in the^retuyAtp power of the Liberal ^|3|^dnanistrationi';;fFhe electors of Alberta should not allow them-l^iisJselves tOibe fled*ijyjthe-j^ are dangling be- " l(f iijforeiiitheni thi^ they have in thieir 7 ..possession'fo^iobtaining their own en^^ 'j ''^**;v;H;iiiLettheipe5ple of Alberta by ft the polling day e:Bend:theae;�mei>�to tlie oblivion ,f]^y deservei,and so assert,that msihe wordtof %?man^h thb ^gnifled position of Premier of ;^yG�mada;:cwi^Hn^pite^� poIiticailcHaningSrh^^^ Farmers, don't be fooled by the yarhjhat'tW^ , : , . ., in the estimates for the elevators. The .elevators are to hi J"^^ 1^, the Liberal papers^ f some l^ry paper will please financed by .capital account and the schethe was suggested by and prove Micheneys statement re.^ Mr. tlie execudve of the-U. F. A., and approved bf Mr. Sifton. Burrows the public, will be justified in taking them more ser- __. iously during the dying days of the Campaign.. If Alberta had not progressed during the'past three years there might be some reason for the chang^e of goverriinent so devoutly |Jraye"d, for'by the olfice-seeking Conservative^ As if is there has been an unbroken era of prosperity in the Provincej, and'the\SiftQn Governi^ient has done muchio push if along; ' What Others Think ;THE ELEVATOR .MONOPOLY 18 REAL ISSUE IN ALBERTA  ELECTION (Morning. AlTjertan),, The �levator queBtion is. the big Every item of labor legislation placed'On the statute books in this Province has been due to the eiforts of'tiie Liberal party; So far as the,interests of the labor party are concerned, they are ^^^^ �,cvai identical -with those of the Liberals. Why then should-the two is^ue in thirc^ampaVgrirR. B. Bennett" " ^ " '.the elevator trust of Alberta, direct _ from . Robert Rogers, - is passing � � � :  ...J 'throngh the provlac� doing his utmost Go to hoar R. B. Bennett and Dr. ,Stewapt at the Majestic to defeat the government that U rlsk-tonigbt. Give him .an. attentive hearing-'tfiM go and'h6ai- iS-e- l.ng its political existence upon pass-mier.Siftou/o4:.^hurs4aymght.^^ W^^^ fair^Inindea electors; to decide which way they Avili  votetsafter they have [ Mr: Bennett, the paid, solicitor of analyzed bothaddres^esi 'That is fair. ' ' . - ""the";K^^ has'taSceii the  � . . . -  . .j-iv , ' ;place'of the a:& g. w., Ifl attempllng .�: J - > �. ' ' , 'to' disguise tjie main issue. Lethbridge'is theriirst city in the Province to conform to But the issue la plain enough. The the laws of: the Pro-viilGe '^or the disposition of sewageu,,Dr. .'^levator act, which breaks the power LaidlaW. x)^g.:of:th^^ ^m:^:HM,S^Z^t^h::Zr?^ city the other^day. congratulated the city engineer oA its sewage, W session of 1913. disDOsal system* and the-city on itg. efforts to live up'toi the Jawsl oificial. approval of that legioi^tion Once again Lethbridgeieads. ' � ' ^^^'^ Jif^'' seeuiadc^fora; k. b. ^^^Q^&^"^^i^*y^s^Y'"^^ , . , . . , .Bennett, the elevator monopoly, was -�---- '. - v . ;6n his .way ;froin.,Ottawa to join the If R.B; Bennett (ian'show tonight that he'is^hbt inj:the,Prov- ^ 1  � it ' ' V  , ^ ' i^.r. 1  iV .. , ' which had put that legislation through mce taikiug,the platform against the Sifton adnjmistration be- .for the.ibenefit of the farmers.. cause he asi'one of 'the capitalists; behind the elevator monopoly, . if the present government is defeat-which is paying the if armers'giich a ridiculously l |^^iliiJ|Eh^ lesser hghts bf^i^^^ and, for want iSomid?. ,to advance in the ma'tter of argument |^?l|ag^Sfe the. Sifton^ adihLndatratien,^^^ 3^ possible; So ^i;s|a^^|:tKe camimign, as waged by ibejQiWpoisitioh, degenerated into andlying, and the procediu'e has been outlined Mo^. set by its revered tod; erstwhile, reverend lead- ser^i vEnohJing-tactics! and wort^ the m^n who practise them. w;�.^o:let^em be judged. . ^ � ^'-^^�'^I'tTo:;pam an to'the railway itself. The statement has been ,a^|that only 21-2 per cent of its bonds have been sold.^ .�}w^?&%J^^^ lias already been paid out on account of conshruc-feglitfeei^um^off 1^351,600, and there'is standiiig to the jeredit of fe,.i'm Jfa,ce� o| tacts we jiave rt:cj�c��..BnaxBcoctiiu .yaw x^^^..^^^ ionlfniade. When men speak pi dec�ic.y in. a campaign these B llie' methods made use of to aecemplisfe-tbat-puFpose. What ifbutjiyppQyisy/with ostrich-Ukg-efforts^to.conceal the same. HELP IT A^iQNG )]EiMAt'lolN.BtJBEAy;^asb^^^^ placed on a fopt-7|een:.ui'W colTOjas./ao^lofflcwl l>een placed 'ned'j^prmati'q^^^^ .jspughtregard to hews-Jicalsi' scliopls, ;amu9pment6, jobbing, wholesale "^tpgether with..the hun^ecijand one things per-resources of |l.eitW)?:^dge and the lacinity, '^iai;;;f|elt^aJ'/;9ndf feUgiM^n^t^ i=iT.oil..iatl�rirpf ftnd'varie'di iah'd?ihM cause asjuiicvuiuis; ,-------_____ . 11 tne preseni; goveiumcui, � u^..T^ which is paying thelfarmers'giich a ridiculously low-ipfice for wWch is not likely, r. b. Bennett, -i_;, t;, ~,,in ;,i^,.,,�.a,.pnmnli.qlip.d more than he?has ever p, : .--- riere to help Mr. Mlciener into this ^ :If pp^pf bohfl^^ electors of Lethbridge SS^S^JoSSaS � how elevators can be "bought mthout money, the electors of Bennett a punch m the elevator mon-this city TViU* have-a right to take stock in Leader/Mich^ner's'ospiy? Weii, hardly! condemnatioii 6f the' Sif ton .administration, bec/use money had ^'i^r r ''f ^�^', �" to be fouii^^aonieAYhere to buy the-telephonec system, to :bmjd of grain in Alberta and compared it roads anibridges/and otherwise cany on the "development of a with the ^rice.of grain th^t prevails Province 253,060 squafrfe miles m extent. : ^: � at the coast. Though the.Tate8 hay*  ^..:^-'^.'''yi'-r-.^. ,� � not Ihcreased-ln; Alberta since then, ;t:v.:..;:rv.;j..;' ,y... "-^ �-� ' ;,^v'- J :. :.' the Albertan takes the liberty of re- The terminal, elevators if decided on would he a g^^ terring to them again, but it is just as weU riot to forget that the gofei^ent'at Ottawa p^r""^ t^py ^^^.^ have" not as- yet-announced any such .policy. All -that ;ihas.*been p^jg done so far js, th.&t;ther(i}rain fSomrnissioners are'taking/e-vidence wheat ....... " --1:- -^^A �^r'hart.^ha TO. Barley to estabUsh the advisabihty of such a pohcy, and when th^ re- y .port is in, the govermijenl will consider it and .det^raiwe on a ^he.......-.- policy. lutbe m;eantiitie it would be as well not to appl^^ the ,ents^ The^pnce of rose brush too'heavily, ,8tries:xnay best be attracted ^^11 probably differ ffmo^cSr from ours. That should not cause us to criticize, It-is -; by the united;,effort,of every citizen of Lethbridge thaVlwfi.may expect to rqap^tlji^iull l?enefits of Mr. Tracy's'activities^; ^Chere: is no doubt;i�ethbriclge:^ill prove attractive, to induStries^once a few are located.. Everyone help to land the.first,, - ^ lust For a'Joke. located.. Everyone help to lana tiie ursi^j^^ , "A ' 1 --' ' .fj' -' ' ;^ Not Authentic citv council will make no mistakedf if decides to extend The man who thinks he knows it ...... �i-^_i.-i�.i�>�*T.>>,T, - Pint U will hp. makinC.wafeScnOUb .,-,7;...^,___^ii^L ' J. H. Sln'claiP.ijthiB Llbpral^ repr^esen-tatlve -froni'OuysHiorqMgll. though .1 ha'd'oVeBrdoielthv'thlng and the others we^&i going to?let me do "For a minute pr two it looked as "it," 4 .ON.E^OF THE^DAIVIS THAT GAVE AV/AY AT OAtYTO^ A SNAB '.: TO .RENT-Eighty acres irrigated-Uiid, .'.-'.fou-r mifes 'from Lethbridge. Alceadyf bl-ok- 5 ' ea.v Apply- �4� '''^ '/ V � IIIr L. SUTHERLAikD ; - 'V\0are oi; Plunkett & Salvage, City. �^'^.'l,.'.- �-''���-'--  '',1    I I ^ ' ' "� " n �.i"n'ii >|i'ii ��'"�''���,J."'-'!W ,". lis: The the street ;*..x.,^,,_^_------------ the revenue is coming from. But it will be m^ngkt mistake if iti drops all steps, to-\yards -further ii^c^m;^ Henderson'Park.?'"That^ is'the other big sourc^liof^^ Lethbridge people-are proud of Henderson Parki-apirfsf Hardie is wise'hg ^will-inake i attractive thafcgtliey'^ all, Mls.t'%kQE Information, be able to stay aWay, A paying street railway syStem^s-a great (ity. .That is worth considering. VlJ... boost for any city^ -e-'beeri �'A � Elastic / ; Old lyady-How old are you, little '-Bobbie-I'm under fiv^ years on the Street; dars and over sixteen when I .'feo to tbe.movlea. ,> VeUed personal slanders against Premier Sifiton^ , made to Lethbridge audiences by. Gonservaave^sp^ker^-T^th^ir leader being the chief pffender. His personal att^K Mg??! 1. A. Burrows in connection with "  � " (redMOfi itbe ^'t'is pleased to terra the "campaign of misrepi^escntation5''-bemirpur- .............<. �........�.........^,..idiAm.^- . \ ..JA.... ^ ~' ', Incomplete :'v.The'following is from the Sbiith ^tjrales Echo;, . " *'..... ; ,3 .('Mrs, David Pritohard celebrated h'epi one hundredth birthday, yeater-'day.; .She was visaed by her twin tlfljeir, agea/nlpety-flve." .. �, And. Xjondoh � Punch comm.en.t8' on the above in this way: ': v ,5 Vi^tThe.absence of the third member ^........geed? Oats, .Alfalfa; �Ha.y,:TO .^^Bipppd So^, Draft Moises^Ma^ea^^'L ^: ^ ;,v-^S'eerR. J. Rogers on the fa,rm, esist V^of'^c-'tion 1^^-19, Rural Phoiie S^b. TlSrSf^ne at � O. T. (Si f^, ,. .,1 , - ...FARMLANDS " FAHM LO^l^S , ^ tF-THBpiD$E, ' STAFFORD BLOCK AUBEPTA ;