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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta lett Talks and "Thats M ' S'.'. n jntinticrt from Itoiit pag4)s :E Rivals Billy Sunday B.~ should have been an evan-it. , He has Bilty Sunday's knack ^,,/aying the emotions cf the crowd, fe^ihe, laughs"afc'the Silly hiisfalils ,-^.J-SfooHsh Mund*rn a kid, let alone .^^ttflesinan, should not have made, ATieit'CTO'wd laughs; whin he groans at 'tlie;-awful ignominy in which the fair liMije of Alborta Is being trailed, the ,.v,/Cwwd.groans.-and when he perorates i'lj? ln.hls admirable peroration style, the ?j"/v;crov'd Voars and hurries hcnoe bnt4he' lesser,lights were; shoved 't inttf\thftf JiaokgrSund. and there we.'e SSI nofcienotighheaajightB left to go round s*:HoweYer~?R}Chard' Bonfire- sdfdH not irii t'rtt in, the leist. He kept his attention" direjstfedito the -vast audfe CI r II finii�;and.vthey did noble duty; ikhere the ^agtf steers tell down. ' Plfiasedsthe Ladiek a> i, X, - ,  , biffiu Indeed Kichard irais^^jili' -Vhe'Loeat Candidate 'gi-eat* deal ^to telVa very.mtie. His i)r SfceVak'the Coiiaer'valive ca^-' P.'fl^i.'^;r.?> fWo tiniiRp "Mt. -BennettK flowofiangukfee only more so.* ;iThey' knew their tiine, had come" to root Smoky;3joe. Wood never smoked ttiem .ajcrjossrany. taitsr;;thati::.did;Rj; .Mi^laat iijsSt,. �'�-��He;, got,-'"ismidyer-:-'to j ^pah' sib" hara;i;ana-':bft6fe'';^ :tli&i^essi'-tabSes were th6 scene of despair. The 8C?1beUfen^.yei:;-e^^ They caught a burnlngiwtira here and there and wondered how tlie Hansard 'hoys aver did if anyway. It was a terrible night in the press gallery. ;:The Calgary speaker had been her-4ia>-Wnl8e;ffrprincJ| :J 4 pally t tJiP italnral* feHouroea anetfj t�' !i.tIo"*revje�ing thp ' ^toiy of " the r> Spr^VHiti-s -.inr lom tttf till the prea-**'il'fnL tlinp 'n 1 Jnf in. oldnerrltorteB .been divia^jjL tatP'^^W ^WWfi ^ Vvoi vf.fnlffn yc^rs Pjja^ougjfo^^that ' *tTlon Mr Ilnu'lj t lu.d guided ,the ftoWs of the l^f^^^^S^^WWl^mi ligh IK M 1 nntatsereii^^spiclpn fljciUblb held III ^aliyeaip itia|g�^ ' ofnmt&tb for lit rneif^feproyinceBS|^M| �^lifpn oloctid, injjiili^iinalniiBRue waa , jrovircial right- i hi.jLfiiSralB, Tvitli^ r 'i^iahibiril .,oMriinp''t a|^OJ;tawa, had ~r^4 (, f (It to ion � ihp iJfo^IeUo take a! drro p ttjuiu fcr tlii' "vasl'Tesonrcea jCt [ho tcrrliorips B^isP] Bennfjtt,i^| "* "^tiviJ pro\mci had fought for'the .JujiitTol of Jlit'-p r3Sources.,by tMSf *,l)o*i;U u� thi pr \inces. They had �lobi In 1 '1>9 !'>'> i,ds4ia^?li�|fot?�er;; * Josing" nsl Flo read from an ts%U|f Tif .V't'*'iurt**'T^'^''' 0' �janiiaign Bhow-; T^'W^'ni 'ttat ^ Buchanari;.^{P,r had = S^^fef^ii^htAo i�a've the cotttro^:^ith'e'relr. Bennett. ilhe^'flwH^lfthe vhouse; iMt.":^^^^ �turiied the idircJUlght^n himself,', and tion put by on^r^^pupjr voter Jt all the, v^iVnUfe-se^cfieU fotianihoi^^^ haH'of .1/aitd ^archilig he emlnkied^, J"- �sk him to-find a solution he .pur'e^Ss'lie'tftTiSSn 'sfr^^^^ H6Vyra^nSt.fc5^J�Jd ^'3^6lution' in,a tnonth.'Ed- jbuniala of thia province do not Imow^ their,busfn'esB.anyway * -'"*.t--Wde'to the pr(rf5S8ion, 'mett sai'ff.sV.. AU- he^Wfi'.the; 'eleyatOT monopoly he must be, aitd'^he called on the. audience to''take one -last lingering look /ap> milch for/, Mr,- J^lchard Elevator'"! Mo4pp�?ly Bennett gsry.' '/That'* >n.'; and, when U. members of the government f-^^?/^Hf-0>^^t-^^f^h'lo 'J'ad foundered roWd v.ejy/iadly be- 'peWtoJ?�catetha|,|ha^^as aj ^^-^^.^^^.j gotfthelr^bearinls/aft'd the' Thb members .ofqthe ail--" ' ' ' f.l�* pitting'member for", ^.othhSidg'e h,ad moi'e.of^the saipe lOP ^.te^^sleeve if he -^^^i:. ai,------* iv.^^ -hlC cabmei^^remier, Sittonf answercf i ^'ViS-" 'That^^thei flpeaker said, is^tha h^^TiWltv of tMfSlttbnvgpyWpinjBnt^ tf^rjAi naturfOii-iesQurces'question.,,it, ''^'^Jla a'.i?asB"pf facing both ways,' #vWgS%^/C6nSi#Id6r.-n]ark�rt�^^ "be-^Wigi^jiteo'duQled ,,,^n .the. campaisn;;:;;\|p^ �^raw a.'ii5�d'"herrlng across the'traif' �*,'ot'tfcivr'eal Issue, the A. & G. W. deal. ^;^^'^S^ne?to d^alTS; ,n Hamilton-and at the Bennett ele- -^-jrmP^mmmm '^ol^wt^^S^S to see that Pre. J^Stbri'^^^/bbn^der^birjdi^erent^^ hearing the caH; stepi.ed down .O-om .^S^ ti taking steps to � c^se^the^o. was so mach. |r.i^ Ifw^^'i^S^tS^^- ^ '�  � 4 gojit Soap. That:? alL ^ the sale of-the bon^sishould be stolen. :Hb;- ilp- 'BeHnet't,;-had/l.eMnt;/^Tkou: -i JriATURAl. COLCJR AND ^J'^^^^&^J^J^^'^wW^^^^^^ The bank refused to pay oyer the ^^M^:'i^;M^i:{>.;�-v.oeauHi;mty'aviWiaa*i�, me:;.',uepv;;;-' "wns: y,The:;:dase*wa.�V:ta�^^�|iW|so^ tihe l�*iiilo�>>/lr wlil the Canadian banking institutions move their headquarters to New York or Chicago.'?: lie thought a land titles' office would-be located hero wliether' thp Conservative member were returned or not-. Lethbrldge bad made the ana �,u -=,*ou --------,, onlXT'lafm for such an o�lce jeoelved ^sk Premier Siftoft tonight > if tgat by the government. There should be was not the case. I on� here; and,-the people would fight -v - - ' > - eyank9e� The.Doctor predicted that on April Then he never insulted.the,Amari- 17 Cai'dston, Warner and Lethhridge cans. He read from Hansard to show city Would all return aupportera of was only stAtWg what he;dld the new government which would be state to prove the necessity of"as- headed by .Mr. IVIichener. similating the cosmopolitan races; of ... � the west so that thSy might become The-OWtory Begins great cltiaens, proild of a free' and R.B;, the firing line and glorious land." BOn'flres had burded, commenced hurling them over. The he knew they had. but he had not said fans be|;aii_to applaud. The meeting it,to offend the American people,*f�>r 1 woke up. f here was a general re- whom he always did have" ihe great- vlval of interest. The fans 'were eat respect. He did not apolOilee for glad that' it .wasn't to be a tame affair his utterance-oh the dborbf the house, like, that when Leader Michener ap- "What I said then 4 repeat now.'' C. peared In a leading volo in-the same ^, , theatre. A minute, and they knew'it ."wr, N^Vef!- � . Vy--' was the same old H. B. with his old "^"^ .not a^Hypocrtt^al *- humbug. Some sassy Grit-papers had 4hrf?"bnsIne"^aSyway and areTa'eHs- ^y�^d Michener'can do it alone, Mr. ^I^^n'^tlnSm RIcWdBk- '^fnnett said so and that ,,ttle8 _it. he'had even'doW But,th^',author of*the ghostly vOjca - end' went ivf,ay in tlie.eley^tor line Jyflj]^? from the meetiiig^aissatisfied.He hacJ ohances.of bpyi^s UP a few^^^ .come ,to-hear/.'ttlfdt dilution. > The ^hei^en^wo,^^^^^^ ta^e them-oyer-and .put, Isked. It was aot-thefe.. Richard 'Zm-on.a ^paytek "basi4.>-He was, .-Bonfire had departedr^b^^^^^ w^th teat 'he ,Wd been. able.,tp^o the'soluhoh^aU neaUy^done npiunder. l^Lwd�vCiopment;if the fiiim-. his jest^^ihe Jeople'-wanf it ^ti?-%lS~^tVlJ)�eral papers said' ^^l9^:^^^K^t^^^H^f^!'J::^''^'^''''-�\,^"woe ''tliP' 'plBvaioir >1 When'Hon. Mr.?Bp'yIe"-asked Mr.^ Bennett if he; mignt? mak^'-.the ^^Qbjec-tion in^e house,/M;r.''B^ett"saId: mofe,ofnhe'saipe ,np^sleeve if he, fi^^^^^j.^^ as badly dk anx;.oi ih^m yfHuteS to springjIt'However he drew ^^^j^^ that Premier Ruth- theattention-ofthe-audience that the ^^^^^ ^.^^ ^^j,-^ ^^ r^^j^ f^. differencetjetjveen the price of'Wheat ^^^^ "Rutherford, Reliability ,and }n Hamilton' and at the Bennett ele- Rgji^ayg;. chief Justice Sifton }iad, liferent bi -freight t �phe. bank refused to pay over the money.' WMi^MM^^Mim The case was taken Jo .the courts ^,,,,, ,,, , _,id'the'Caw LoVds'flf'tlieftrJvy Cbun- Kvslag; aiid sulphur given ,Slfton^rJe^m'in '-'^^slbJy tell that you the'old" commandment:, "TlVJ/'shalt }^T:, It does it 80 nat-, npt steal." ' / _ , .m ay*-you 'moisten a Then Ji^r, Sifton had ^pn^ the most brlush, drawljig this reprehenslWe thing. JE-Ie; tpok ,VMr, !J^^^.,y^^P^^bR'ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE OF EVERV IwrW ne mon^' GOODS ^U THE STORE.HA'b'AFPO'iDfp- THE WOMEN OF THIS CITY A>fD'oraTRICT HlTHERTrUNPARALrELED SA^^^^^ VERY THINGS YOU MOST NEISd, A^D'^OMEN WITH FORESIGHT HAVE BEEN BUYING LIBERALL^^ r^U^Tulffl'st ''^f'''^^^ WHICH, TO OHoisE^ECEsSES^^^^^ ^Ton^ortbw. however, th.8gJpl|ndl4^yalUea^are further ' mQ^t^ntlcin^ JaVtngW that every otheV-'department In the at.r, - '   to .prbtlt. � cah'o1fcr>ntI the follov�lna ex^niiiW aihiqnafrate the'Importance of the oceaglon to the thrifty women of thIa elty^who vl>HUb�i quIeK by thtf iplendid bargaina. , ^ - �* , , FRIDAY UNDERSKIRT ^ BARGAINS SI.45 ^, ' I^egulap $2.B0 Values^. , Mdde in moderately flttingi i. 'FRIDAY..SUIT ,BARGAIN OF PAB-'CHIfll CA 'TICULARHMPORTANCE .,..1,.,^. . ^JW"**** Regular �e2.80 and $S6.00'yalues tt Wonderfully cheap and partibularly.'^ftttraotlve styles as well, eveiy one new this" Season, peirfect fitting, thbroughly ^ tailored and of the famous "Northway" shape-keeping make. .' Madp of .absolutely pure vi/ool tWeeda.and'wr-ateda In pretty shades of tana and, greys,' In llfiht ahd medium colors. Coats all silk lined; sklrta^wlih high watat line and splendid value at '^A 4> JPA $22.60 and $26.00,.Friday Bafigaln white, with trimming of blue.; .SIses.O^A ,14 to 44. Friday Bargain....... VfBIDAV; hosiery TIA^�UinJ Regular 36e pair ' an'd, all^ bofops'In^ good '.QuaUtJr cotton gooTasi'vlth neaie em^oldery^Voi'fc.^ ' .......,..,......1.7i*'L'ii. .................. . .-----................... .. . .......................................... j' F^II'dA'y'JbARGAINS in "YARDAGE CLEARANCE" OF DRESS GOODS All.$1.00 values in siJrges^^P^namaa,,plain'and-striped voiles, ^'"^oirhn^e8,v-n|^a^8A vicunas, tweeds otci, In'light, medium CAmi ' . ^.and darkjcolors/'as well ^s^all waah crj^pes, ratines etc-- QUv fBoTSpure wool serges ., .40t. 51,25'finest *serges..... 86c. '"^'fifip Bufe'woornanamaR 40c "11.50^Jmported'suitings $1.00 J ,,.^5c,pure|r9pl Panamas 40c. .}i,75 Wetlans and broad- ;; \.BOc'fine lus1&es>......-..32c.-' , cloths.'............*$1.10"' 't5Qc pure Tcool challies .3bc.'^ $3.00 worpted suitings $1.25 Jj:_jIlJ-^-' t I' '-12_'._i fBIDAY-BAIJIQA1N8 IN "YArfD/y5E CLEARANCE"-OF WAert, J^ll 25c,vef�ng�'ln whIte'and'>^'ampagn(g^'cordellii, befjceurand ' cotfpn bedfocd sultlngt, merwsrlxed foBlards'. 'J. "j'lljjj Vq,^ . � 4'5b'c^itton,'"Bedford .... 32c>-|'- 35oJfinest meircerizeii.'Joul-?. >-,S0o-puye.ll^en'suiting .20c.* . I'aibd? L.^^-'.T, .;',C5,V,.'a6bordeved rattn^ Zie finest cottonBedfoi-ds 22o . , .lengtb^^ ...V..^;. yiliOO ^ KegularJS^values; light and . dark cble^SF ail, washable, t FRIDAY BARGAINS IN "YARDAGE-CLEARANCE" ' . Of ALL,SILKS".', ) / . , * Regular 50c values in,best grade tamolines OCm% and Dap^taffetas in �gobd'rangfof. bes^t colorsJWWU ^ BOc Taffeta silks 65c. , $2,00'',q4arineuse .Jsilk  Jl satins and moire, \ 'v>K,%t. V-'' ..^.$1.25 V ' $3.25 Finest brocade silk'...........'68c, $1 color Shantung 70c, 250-^ China'silk .17!4c. $1,35 Skinner's Satin ............$i;io 6oo;iplain and," corded' 'velvet ...... 40c. ^1' .aWABDAOE. CLEA,RAjsfpE!',^or\ in regular^lfic^atjaftttei..^^,;.:/, ' *4 Muslins ir 30c Scrl 35c. Sc 45c Scrini* 30c Scrlmu Undlill corbr.'.'........"....... j-adrs5�%20c.' � -,v76c Scrim and Madras, 60c. 'adr8a"'*22o,( ,, 9Qc Scrim arid Madras 60c'. i7;c 6( ...................,...........................6(...... 'adraa,.30c> ^';^,. $1.25,. Scrim and Madras 90c, , fi^dras ;34c, ' 35c Finest .^rt Satebns 22c. �AKD GOODS AT. smtmRREDuemi mier, and should ^tep-dowJi''and gflte , be abjp to find their way to the polls the Conse to. mock p. ,?lttg-"* menfc It was rev^ j.,^ ^V^.-v*.-. Jis-Ri ri.r;-7t would^ot'^if}>f^3oiH^ If llr, Siftoi^,had fou?d(aJ,uUoru|%;' fore golng-to the peb Ing'dOne 80,'tfi^only; eoulld do Vbuld be f' ofHoe'tS^nd pu't Co"" April ,17, ,:it,wasr I am jiot^an eml; Thfl8-Mr, Bennett, cQnsiaerd tte real pai^.s^,Cit 'I 'He thes^ttaait , record^ T^V, rddlsfcribu-tlpn ;,so. baajbtt many^.o^e^rg^lwoj 'pa April 17. Clearwater and Lethhridge were compared and contrasted 'tO;>the'detrlment'of' Clearwater. ' ' h%BdJVliontoli-,DuDvegan Railway Is Vorse't$^!lSe'At'^l-G. 5V.,,and-wiiv tipn wlilch 'viroked/upVa-]nic9*'-crbp''of * ; > serve, 3'20,'OPQ* aere^ "of timber limits enthusiasm anflt.sQme.jrIngJng'cheers, u\tt.Ci^ rmf^a�r^a^ frt nnri. 4nd "tHe moetlnw T^voke up,' ' ^ ^' ' r'V?U|[aut .serylng, but -a. scattei::fn^i,pKpiebpl9',t.HJi'le'Older sec-Jlons pf iiha'^pphntry/, �well-settled too, .are gqVfnsra^frdjJ^riys atjill, ' . -Prpi^i^P>gISton,V'�aHould'7fta7e^,heen ,fth(it'that would mean " V'That 6 Wl." 'Thevo i^as a pcioia"- en good attontlip' atHboth meetings the Conse'rvativM'?iav:e .held so .far. He.had heard--TtornqrV tha,t, attempts 'v/oul(\. he, >p&;-;Bui,% .i;Vt9'.5lye..M. Sif- 0 ori^nal "Xogcis.-.; It#|lEiS^ [ad(j'intheKcavV^'cg^^#j|r<:f^^ - plate, anil ibnkg feiunliiv.'' � , ;