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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLtJME VI. M BOOSTERS S Number 101 It'"rtlE ONLY WEAPON USEli AGAINST GOVERNME^ o-- He Went ^tQ'Extremes i?i . Denouncing Liberals . -' . . as Thieves a;&g.w.case .When'Asked for Solution Said ' He Wasn't Ulled Upon " to Prescribe- ELEVATOR MONOPOLY Big ^|aTgin6f 35 Cents' Goes for'I'reight-Characteristic Speech ' ".Ana still they gazed, ana still their ^ -wonder grew,. ,Th>t one "small head couia carry all ' he know." ^ ^ Apiidst Ih'e ,fuflQUS blushes of. Hi B. ''Bennett of CftlgHryrand'tbo roijstol ' cheOT.s,'pf.:tM:bX5rp*di..,Pte4deit, tlitfpJl4trS^^c9a'*-'ttie eminent?'0a3gJ , and during',that^ tUne iohas grffWli "raen^Uy^'aa well'^fl pliy^s{cally."peech, some of the js',/Iaudience almost, thought sC'too-utt;. I'-'^'l til%ey>a;d'tlw4 to'^think^It over. /J c, ' vvCContlnneo on page 10) Without Constrjiclive Policy Opposition do:Nothing:but Indulgfe in injiiendo '� '4......� - WetaBkiwin, Alta,^ April 9.-Will Preniier.Bor.a6ti,:lceepjhlB promise of 1911 td iiftna over 'the'Natural Resources to the Prah'ie. provinces, or win he keep them,; to be used as a bribe by Conservative leaders^ to Induce electors' in -theBe-^provinces to return Conser^VatiVfe?'governments In the ^provinces? tJHIB was'' the quSs-tion asked by Pi'emler Slfton, at' a great meeting her6i this evening. The Premier said the.question was not a party one in ihe prbvlnoei i.Alll wore united in ; desiring: the tranBferen6e of the natural resources :to the -prov-InelaJ authorlttert. i was -hardl^p fair that, the suggestion .should eVer be madebyMT., Bennett and his.aat-^ elUtes, that .these resources would not he handed "over tlll;a'.^oi8ervatiVo government' was returned ikAlberrta. Two years ago. Mr. i^ordenjaiade �{he promise to hand.oveE�thejiiiituralie-. sources �un�onditlonally;-^jtfci^BOon.,;afl :Be,jJ!?as';retu)fhgd ta^^^ been asked by Llbeiral&sto"',-hotdr,a conference on ^heihattSyjifbHtrJia^'Ifallvd tov;ilo anythlngc Bo!:flrr05^^ urged that the'.quMtlon'ofi*h)itiJTnl !re-souroes was'not- ad iam^'Miip^'l^re-sent- campaign; '' 3,�  i' r -r^-fcr�theiiritere"sts.o� Charles H. OUn. latesineJaber'^Or: the coristituericy, who'is'o6S2tioti'ng^a-'v^^^ orous campaign,-Eifi is Jblk{.opt)o^ ]the, Conservative Organizer,/;]&. 'fe, Campbell.' -''>''y ij- * * * * * "9' * � (Actors,"''ATTENTION 1" ? vj, ^ � ? > ? ? '>\'9^Yra:ta:-t&^ii&ct that every > >"male..pers�>rigtwen�y-ona years ? ? '-ofi age, and^yWo is- a British '-ihas lived in'the ? iltlfl^byinoe, orier^year, and In the ^  ^Iding, for. tMee months, is en- : 'en �ySars prblressive'legife ea no manifesto for tile lu ne�ia-'but titled toiP^ electIon>j Canada;> ? in& taan ? iris'restrlptli sthSy'exceptii &' rnideace ^ gfven' m, .^ 'Tliert'lsl sin the coming [liberal party in ated the work-rally by remov-'.tonj voting 'with ' aiverry limited e,fe. and ha,ve franchise, roperty quallfi- Pittsburg,' Pa., April -10.-A - tcain of seventeen cars, loaded'"to capacity with' sleel piling to be used in 'btao-' ing the levees in the region of! New Orleans, started from the Carnegie Homestead-;'Mills last ' .night.v; .The: train wHl have'^absolute right ofcwaf over  all/ the ..roads it -will .travel ^ m its race to reach New Orleans' ahead, ot the .flood waters now rushing ^ifown 'the.Mississippi river. , j; The failure of. Nthe train to ' reaplv New'Orleans before ApfiP i7j-when the. npod will 'bo at its greatest, helghtj:.may-=mcan .the ;destructioni of millions of doUars', wort$ pl.Prop^ erty" 'ili[,and. around iih'^city.^An'ag- 11^ ?'"catibn for voters. mmlttee 'rooms 'over Allln'>^;ffi^. Kenny's drug ;�;:: Store. ? ? ? Freedom Which British People Have Won After Centuries of Struggles 13 Heing Throttled by Conservative Party Who Would Rather Disgrace '^nd Besmirch Canada's Fair Name Than Appeal to the People rid Laurie? Heaped Indignity on Their Own Speaker Rather Than Let Sir Speak-Great Chieftain of the People Denounces Tactics and Predicts Dire Punishment From the People-Remarkable Scene 'fr � � fi' 'fr 4t^�' �� � � � � � >> CContmiiea on p^^8;e;^5)ij .�e:l"^?* |i|jM;^,� � 0L,oiidon,.Apriri6.-'H*r Rbj*-^,* ? -al Highness tl^e "Duclwas'.jof; ^i', 'Connaught 'vi'as op,er4te'^-"iipota'j�> ; .which was .severejiaaya'-lLwsiB ,well borne. "'ifef'.^Iioyftri^.lM-l * ? ness is as weU &B '.v; �> S' 4> -.^.i'.^,* 'lull -b^nj.! J8i ,eivt 6t ;the?^nlte4,St^, g6OTi;nmglt %fioi;ity I'Cofcompatf*^^^ necesstoy to^prevent'delayis. :,,$,Uicb'iWeiordbr for the steel pilings sLtJi&e^'Mii days ago, one depart'-ment te"' Should the ; government. get the. train into-New Orleans in. less'than' seven days, it-will i%;':'!\'.,  iMr, i,Bor.den.".iConQlui^ed- his; speech by ,moving^th?�TeBplu|;lon standing in;' .Msijiame; tiilB'Seing/afldondediby^Hon^ Ri5l>oi%%H&kai's|-:'.^^ MInisteii\rasuWi;^hlSi;Beat',K and, the motlo%^k&f read .te'thfe'iSpeaker'ivalr! iKOf^MMm'^^s^k Cocservativesi ioftMatJBir-'iifa'^' in -the 'city'. yesterday-Ho fi|ar?R.-{^B.. Bennett^at � the Mafes-tlp't'last 'nfe'ht. He hadl sttitiped the ,!rab|Bjpi|J^jct ; a^tnst^ ;rtSt^r6cit^', pa4a|loci3^ the .people.' 'H^;|4|^J)ie; W partitfitf j'jtlifeclMiliSbn. ft^''L cbuidnft -work .ibr aa^^ij^sbutiihels tbot'good a frieiid '�vy?f'':M�?/v�, ,,------------fjotsmfno: to' work against him", was- fpr?;)SI)eed'bertweenjHhe;;;twO.:Kbltlfes;^^ � r Transportationmen here assent that'|r as sure also that Hon. m^*^^'''fr'^^^-.K^Wim^ ^"1 be provincial set mato-the -l^ip-m- time',tp-_petmit;,�re :rm^M"tte-next cabinet. The Con- saidv that' the- government' has" :the tHe^^S^ince: He puts' their otitsidf machinery ready for the^pUCdrlv^^^^^ seats, and hopes they h�t "h��n 2r f'J^^^^m^i^'y^, for he would .like ,^1 f +1 T^f ^""^ .*5?;'l4^ed 'ate 4',',^e^; good, healthy opposition at use of the steel upon'Its arrtyal,'' TBilmoiton^ ' '^'^ " both rose to speak. There were such loud cheers from both' sides that neither was able to proceed; and; indeedj it was nearly a minute before Sir Wilfrid Laurlei' noticed that. :thei'e. "vsfaa anyone else on the floor. When he did notice it he appeared much surpris-.ed. � ,,'v..^=v..-'',.', "I. think.the hon. member for Bast Qsiebec .(Sir Wilfrid Laurier).has the-floor," said Speaker iSprdule. (Liberal cheers.) Mr. Northrup, of East,:;'Hastings, rose, and drew the. attention, of the .Speaker;to Rule IT;,,i^jviilch;,provides that when two memb^rs.^Of. the -HouBe coino to their ' ,feet Vtbgetiieri ^*tlie Speaker shall' say Wtilch fias^tho floor, but.that; it:l6'' within;thft'power of any member- to'rII6'';anai move-that the House ahqll decide;'w,ttich,'has\t^Jo right to s'peak;, and Hllis'" without' debate. - . He thereupon, moved; upon 'this Tille' This motion brought, an uproar thaft 'recalled the, famous scene of March-16. The Liberals ' rose en masse, ;' shouting "Shame!;Shame!'.',-and �from;,, ^ the .back benches on; the; government, side came a shout of VSuffragettes!'' ^ � ;; i; Sir Wilfrid. Larurier;cameto;hi3'; ',;�;; feet, and said: , ;� ..i&'/v;'.:;";; "Is that what 'We.are tftiexpeot fromr ' - ;'S'-h^!{i;iJ>^- "He will never be heard l;v;'Shdu:^i^.;jSief Hon., Charles;; Murphy;-'.'�'and.flth6;';'C%"4^i.Ui&fi^^ was.taken': up.,:by,the:,;LlberalS'- to'ithdj^^^^^ number of,: a' dozen or;m6Te.;^^�-^^^ � 5 "It 'is :the;pl^aiiure; ot!tliV;'Ht>u�e.t(,a5s. ^hM^ opt the; iaotioni''.''.^aidfthe'.Speafier^^^^ adopt the motion," said-.,the Speaker amid loud, crifes of "No!" ind, "Shame!" ' "'"V ',-�'' The Speakei* then declared, that the..J 'j^ yeas had ,it, andJhe (^ppop'tirtii tm---r; -.rpifl mediately demanded,a,'dlvlsioi. 'Jm i was "much "exoit'eme^t'^^tl scurrj-ing ; ',s^oii In 111" 'f , iiiPERR Ml A, ie'mini .--f.n^.--^"^?^ -qmfianies ia, .the r4\."'?.L'et�Wldk6 'clistrji6tt�1)uld;find a^mar-. 'iki^'\et 6rfliaiK'cbal.|0i\eipf^th'eir^8ourc-, ''[J'-^^B&bh year >6ns}gnod to the. dump ttf; i^'*'?-i.,b�fn;:j?4BtJns/^n^gy, enough to,j3UP-'P''4'^"'v^y'a city of'I00,0(J0:inhabttanta with / ' jlghf a�d i)^wer."7 ^ ' . > K" .- ThCrolhlng, section, bfcthe'Board oil; f' JCrade'.'ftow .has t|e.!:matt6r in "hand, Und'hav^e-hopeB- ot,g�tnlng^a snbstan--rtial rediictlbn, ill rthe jfates now in force." r;ifj?ey\claim ^"that they have fpund excellent' mMkeits for the waste 't product;. If ^hej!- jcm. obtain ''rates, " ''^Y/WcU'wlU make?lt',poB8lble to ship. 'V brieter.oei;it., '^TW?J-V?iUt8l|'r entrance, into 'the'.Tjrinnl|^g| ^ar^t for Alberta coal, thus, enahlilig,,tbe mining "companies ,to riln' thelr^jMs thel-year iroun'd. \lf_^fr,^i. I CranbrqbJ^ Batby Deatli ,;ia|||6 the $3,000 -^Solicitor to I'; Oranbroofc, B. C, April The nineteen months old baby girl, o^f Mafrv and Mrs 'Rearson choked to death 'tKis, evening by ,a' piecb-^of '0,15^ , ange^^caught'in the' wlna,plpe.-ljhe,' father carried the baby across, ;:; Oyiri^^o ;the';Western Aissociafr-; v-d :]Prfe^ .hbtf'i^-cbVering^: the;. hom-' inatuifeffi'today, .tlio;: Herald.;:has. ,np;..d,eflnite ;:,ne.ws from the north.' ^Ijv.y;3Kdlrajifit9b'}''a;^temperance oan-didaj,tefcng.nied. Bl'ayney; was nom-iinat,iBa^f^iTSiore.i,\ver'e no changes in ,^Iga5yjjT;:#lvp;;;canHidates /;; in ; all; ;ridifti5s.:i�>xceptv,tlie iribrth; where B^rgOjiiiSociallstivis ;running. Up �to|.lasi|||iight:;;viT^ '.weresimine; ,seaife},;in;',wluch ,'no'GonseEvatives hadj-beeii,'=,noniinatett," and ;if'!there :~WMe,�.�pnijna{ions^today : meifij^f'to'y'pre'ir'eii^ .'acQlainatio'ris. .Editor'jLethbridge Herald:, -;;:Sirj:^Js'the W. S^Ball who is giv-iirig., his'time to the Conservative or-Jganizltion in this-; .cjty .and, any ;sp'are'tjime'he ha^, to making very On-slaclc/coal a atlll further-r^dHl; tlon is bolkg' asked, "wlilch.^lf sr,frtt|^,. will.,create.,a market,{^o4^ihu^'t^S ^ ^ ^ 41 4. -i-'-i- J* + +}+>jJ' + .THE PREMIER, WJ3IiC0M?;D ^. Premier' SiltonV^'ayriffel ift'v f * ;the^oity..dt>ir|e o;,old#>^^^^^^ ,-h mvmm REAL ,->ThisiQ{ty \ Oonservatives Socialists andv. niany, 'wboti'arel independent,''-arid- astoM'Of 1 IT A Four-Coronel*ed Sftrap , Carmangay, April iC-f^hj^ve Is a lur-cornered fig'nt In'tpttJe Bow, prb- hewa;i^te| jomlns r ......lountr 1 :HiiS^!M|Si9?-'|B^ I'l^rgdrri^ch through'bungling, and it as'only^'a" fe-\v weeks "since this ?3000-IS QOING Tb TAKE spiVIE' official had to hurry to Edmonton uiiuTi iNfi Trt ��ATiaFAcr and get' down on his Jtnees and beg ^ JriB^v so. vJrr ^i\tiib^lfegikature to rectify .costly mis-TORILY SOLVE IT kakes. Is this giving, of-?3000 .time , Mavorv HdfdJe,-is'"^s.tiU wovkinB>.onr the abattj-if,",q.u^'tIon'. "He"* saidliKjs' 'gate';furthfir befor9.he>ould.^b>Bat^i[:t\*-'^ 1 nil ill Buftilf, ' ,->inpa' i\ vkitii IJio Btrildng'carmen,,w.lU I, rpn:>l( lia*ions heio^'ionlghtf * . * � * . A'lhertar' - '� , r'vaOsfe|aS?BbBE)RTmNlGHT;'^^^ bridge!,'.:o^rp6nt^r;,':nominated fidentlBt! sioininat^'iiby ;;T:- OJ aKeyln|iijf ailVay fesUpft^iiittp^ent;:;. ';Ar-} .,thur/*Hayi!j j;^erfibantf Llb'eval;;;;;jOhnf T. McDonald, of CalgaPy,; COhSej^a/-tlys; ,']f.ho.inaB,.A^tew, Bryant^^ Hill,'.Independent �CoiiaSwativft;.-;?ancl Alf.'BuddenrSociaHat:"'''r-'"'t Rocky;.Mpuntg;in,^^^ .,,;eoleman;;?,i;'Aprll flipfe.Thfir�(?l4'�AV three nomina"ted;for..fRockysMowritaili riding. s T - ' ..V W, Baden.'Powell'of, Lethbndge, Union Labor, norSina^ed-. by. W; Murr, Coleman, "I. 'S.';e^. ' VanWar^ and J, I.,,Brewstcr ' Qf .B?iii5,\Archie McLfiodw andv Alex ;;Gameronftof;;;Gol^ man; 'W.,II. 'Murr;'a'ggntg' . Charles',, McNamarjCiQIP^^ 'Edniontoui ,-i:Sooialigt;''|honilnatcd!'e :'tl)y� L >B Drigg, farmer, ;Bellevue, ; W .of .Ooleman., L..,B,:,,J)tlggs,\.'aEent;..v.' 'Robert''Eldon;GarripKell^w;ipfij�f'X3�^^ gary, gram buy^r, ?, Opnseivative, nouilnated,.. by^.H'.,l!.W.',Lyons, ,..4a>r^^ ,]VIotti,vF.^,E. Hinds,. FB',>^inds;'),,Cand,, R;' E.":Green',/''all^y'Mlm'ofe. ,Xii H;'Piitm'aii,'ageii't?! -'r''nfv->- �^�(^,' � ' ^ ,Three In Oljlir^sijplm ut, amidsn-;. iki. trnm ' fhn 'ftoooaition. of "Qan^g cries from'the'Oppos^tloji^'.of "Oang'-aters!" and ""Manitoba ;w'otd?r'" the J^M latter" refer'ringjto'; Hon.'-'-ROi n 1 Uo x- "', ^'"llon: 3. Bureai8houtea:>'We.ta!/M our medicine;from,meiJ',';j.. t froni ,4i^| brutes." �- ' The division shoved lOo yo&a S?^^^>^fl I 07 nays' k government majority ot_ 38^' ;Mr. LaVeilee, of .E|.ell,cjiaB6e, >'fttion,_ aliat, voted-with-the Opposition. ^'�M Then Mr. Ilaren rose 'to v spenito Tllero vvds constant uproir during a^lU the time that,he^, read', his motion., Which was-that the question be npw*" put to the House; Not one woid^^f^ what he Baia^was audlbU .u 1 nol| untU the'Speaker..formally re-'' " ^ motion did ''rfiany^ ;oti^,th'e^ me pqr � paying /anr>e?,shot.X' ^ g lat Edmibnton>!il�centiy,- was kinin^ie>ii�>^trade;;f ti^^^^^^^ i^f^A' "Jews, Ciraf s Mif,^m^ tish^aolvmbia. \"TliergguWt|ba'8#^^f fri3tforidiltie^ in the i pity. L'^b'diUdH'fc f,r," ikV^tdt^jltiat '�'.fjartner\mar-till'.andl ,ii4^Yev.?nsyon 'f "".oi'"looui'n.,"uf(. 1 . ------"-^^'^-"-"'Moks^i^'aollecuons? . ad t)^-mberA m know "what,iit contained..^ ShoUts' tff ^^hfl �Shame'" 'Louder'" "Sit do^vny;-ahd^'i^JJ^ "Shaide on New?Brulig,T i-K gif^ �'L *  Jj the Tsrflnlster^^'while' he ,had= the ,floa:?^^^ The Speaker read the motipCtW^l^ota to' tl^e 'rea6lufll�wL\ii;' tion wmM>.au..-.o.OuIlo.sil ig.ght torillhl \ 5'^ ''-^^^^ ,p,atepa.wiu;bb,ial-en unl^aV th^Mbh? svfecpu^iff tr 1; - conlglil,.^, ,,;c'i5Vj4- J..diB.)i.tii 11- ai.. unlwr, to;.fl*6Px ..Jb.jC i ch.ir^u ' He' elected-^ lB.14 1 L Com I jud^e. geatedji an#''Ahlch h>' hlnscli ibJllj ^iJ; fft"ateA-i,W,t!BBuiitl�l.,