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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta V()LtIME VI. TWELVE PAGES Letnbrldg^e* Albertja* Eiiday, April 11, 1013 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 102 ' J O Dr. Stewart Seems to Fail to , L Produce Suggestion of New Thought Magmtli, April 11.-Ceaaar'a his-tovlc aaylng ha* 'been rovised especially for Dr. Stewart's benefit. "I came, I saw, Ir-should have stayed at home!" WIFE OF CANADA'S FORMER ABLE PREMIER J0IN8 THE GREAT MAJORITY Toronto, April 10;^tiady Annie Or at least he should have I Thompson, widow ot Si-r John Thomp- learned a new recitation. A meeting called in the Interests ot Chri&llan Jeusen for eight o'clock, was started at about nine, and then with many vacant chairs to greet the renowned champion o� all that Is good, etc., "Doc" Stewart. Had not a goodly number of I^iberals como out perchance to hoar one now thing, the ftttondnace would have been slim. Indeed. Mr. Ball started the ball rolling, and his wit was of the variety that never saw Ireland. He spent a great deal of time rehearsing from the beginning to end, the A. & G.W. deal. But the audience seemed to be anxious to road the evening mall. Yet Mr. Bali rolled on, and was given bursts ot spontaneous (?) applause, ably led by the doctor, and supported by the platform. His efforts, though dry and tlreeome, are worthy of mention, as lie was fairly good with his gestures. Then, after looking over tho audience, and making sure that there wore no liberals present who would j factory progress/' Swing of Victory in the Air and Premier Sifton is Confident of the Result CALLING IN EXPERTS WHO WILL BE A8KEb> TO ANALYSE SCH]�DULES with nomination day over the election campaign Is entering on its last ^|lap. From now until next Thursday most* of the work will be done in the committee rooms, where the lists are being carefully studied. No more mass meetings have been slated for Letbbrrldge, but a large number of smaller meetings will likely be held. This evening the Nortli Lethbridge electors will have an opportunity of O Had to Admit That He Kept Waisblngton, April 11.-House Dem-ocrats today ��w;^re prepared tor the first sharp figtetwer tlje tariff bill, when the sugai*;|ftch6dule came up In the party oaucij|.';fl!^mpcrats niet bo-tlnd closed dQ^tiy^gain today, With the iron and ai^l tariff under consideration, but wlthihe prospect that the sugar fight wotild l^reak before the 1 end of the day.;,^; The study ot tiie tariff bill contimi-' ed^ at the Sena^| side, where Democrats of the^^rfH^aice commltteo have called in �3^p9rSmor help them analyze C N. R. From Coming South 11.- According to men, B. BennetVs Madeod, April the opinion'of ?eadlng business the net result ot R. leetlng here was to make at least fifty votes for Premier Sifton. The big end ot his speech was made up of vituperfl'tlonrRnd .abuse of the Adver-User, the weekly paper here, and of the Houaat-tilil *rh ^r u i jt l^* ^* P^mlJer, Us editor. The Adver-hearing a. O. JoneB dUcuss ^he^prcl ty tU. cSfc^K^^S;! 1^1^ ^ ^^1J!?JT1.:^^, 1 T - �fa bloms ot t^e labor JuanHn thkr relo-1 tlra6'i8^tiiflff^ tlon to'leglalaUom A big meeting^ has been called for Burgmann hall, and all Newst�APgR SAYS SERVIAN AR- electors, the laboring.men especially TILLERY .MOWEt) DOWN THEIR OWN SOLDIERS Cettlnje, ^fontenegro, April 11.- The Servian troops, which have, been ofislstlng the Montenegrin army in the siege of Scutari, have withdrawn, and are marching back to Sorvla. This leaves Montenegro standing practically alone In Its defiance of the public and how they say IL It was an orderly audience. Two orderly Conservative meetings had set a good� precedent, ' LlberalB and v. f Conservatives. Laborltes and Social ''^'^ ists, were there. And all with the deepest attention >to every word that was spoken. It woa a l^lig audience too. The Majestic , h|i|l never seen a fuU house with soia^; overflowing, and It was a neW expei^ fi. iV ' -1 i- b -r WANTED TO READ PAPEftS TO SEE WHAT WAS HAPPENING TO HIM Rome, April 11.-The Pope was feeling stroni3;er today and expressed disappointment at not being able to receive tho pilgrimage from Venice. He asked Cardinal Del Val to re-jceive the pilgrims for him and hand each of thcni a commemoration medal. A sister and niece of the Pope visited him today and remained several hours in his room. While Mgr. Brcssan, private secretary to his holiness, celDbrated mass, the Pope prayed sitting up in bed. A tumor spread through the city during the morning that the Pope was dead, and ience tor the old building, stood and patiently . listened through . neifir tw) mrl'-^a^^ tii^ire was no greater tribute ti> Vip mlef Sifton than that tact. The Premier Took The Premier has appeored before Lethbridge audiences betoro,-bUt after the address by R. B. Bennett;of tlie evening before, it was feared by somS, and hoped by others that he would ^ not "take." Pears and hopes were alike dashed to the ground. Mr. Sifton took. He did not take the audience by storm. He did not twine them about his little finger. Indeed he never attempted the role of play actor. Ho spoke to them as ono business man to another, and it was r plainly evident that the audience welcomed one who could discuss -wltii them the questions ot the day wltb-out calling on' rhetorical, high-sound Lr � rri ^ ^1 out calling on rnetoncai, aigu-buuuu-..-^^ ing oratory to help him through. >� � jS Up tin last night the people of Lethbridge had been led to belioya^y'^fe that thm*e was only one issue in ttil^^; ^ ^: 4^^^^ campaign, the A. & G. W. They had^ l^fM been told so times without numb#^;|||-|i until it was accepted as a fact.; On .' that the farmers had not come caused a rush of inquiry to the vati- through with his election expenses, but there are many witnesses to the fact that he did say so. The liberals and all independents who are working for Premier Sifton are delighted over the result of Mr. Bennett's appearance here. cm, where they found everything tranquil. The Pope at times complains of pains in the small of his back, which increase when ho sits up and Avhcn he coughs. These and other symptoms ate attributed by abrpptly took his. seat. During the meeting the Conserva-tIVQ.t>'io furnished a tew parodies that seemed to be'onjoyed more than even the star attraction. About one more appearance ot Stewflirt, and it will give the Liberals more votes than a good Liberal speak, er could,draw. rhe Illinois Central Itallroaa ia'aet- campaign. They knew, howm^pr, | * ARE ON STRIKE ting trains through he flooded drainage district, where the water la t\Vo feet over the tracks, thereby openii{g direct service between New Orleans and Chicago, ' The relleC expedition to the wV bash river bottoms returned last night on tho steamer City of Cairo- Members of the party reported th^t'conditions up he Ohio are deplorable. Only one or two points between Cairo and Mount Vernon are above wate^r. In many, places the river is thirty-five miles wide. Over four thou.iand refugees now are camped at Wlpk-llfte. Ky.. and nearby hills, where he stood, that au accei>tab)e solution would be found at the earliest possible date, and that he was willing to go to the electors on his record. He thought they would be sAtlsfledtb-retum him to power on that"^record;' which would assure them that the A. and G. W. would receive the same attention as other mutters ot equal': importance had received during his administration. ., ^ 1 V 0 DEDICAIE NEW was never WILL BE ELABORATE CERE MONIES WIThi SERMONS IN FOUR LANGUAGES _ _ J Srainerd, Minn., April lO.-Approxi-inately-, 850 miners, practically all those worklufj underground on the Guyana range, as. well as a few sooi^ surface men, are still on strike today. Tlje Kennedy mine at Cuyuna, Nos. 1 and 2 at Ironton, and tho Thompaou at Crosby, have peased hoistlqg. A miners' committee ot eight la acting in an advisory oapaoity, sitjd trp^gftV^J^Qeting Of tSe mining companies rilBotieduled to take place today. . ^JChore is no diaofder. MU6T BECOME AMERICANS � III' mm � Washington, April 9. - Prt'^ident Wilson let it be known today that the Federal government would not Interfere wit)) p^ndlw j^KiBlatioA In California, by -Which alleiiB,. yi^ho i^avo not declared the^yiptentlon of bMoimi Ipg' natux^iaed 4in^| showed Just where Mr. Bennett stood in ithe matter. And the A. & G. A^fv^^^^ t^^^^^^^^ entloned. That Premtiir-SMf^ Sifton should have the e^preihe^B^i:. to stand before a lethbridge audK-:^';j^ ence and never mention what R.- 2^^ ; Bennett had impressed upon them ii^Tgrp the one great issue in the campaign r':^^^ Of property, and sentenced to three "ndBngUBh There be special 1 STUM SAMUEL J LOSES HIS SEAI on which Mr. Sifton should- be bumbr led in the dust, wis incredulous, ih conceivable. Mr. Sifton had to let R. B. Bennett havp the lalajt word on that great bungle, with election tjay only a week off* It pWi^' eth all understanding. Overflow Crowd At 8.15 the ushers were ruflhlnff^^v:^ round trying to And a - few yac^^lvj seats for,the crowd which seepcjedt;?* If it -would never stop, coming, � Abbutv 8.20 Premier Slttoa with Pwalde^^H^' Higinbotham of the Liberal AsBdell^jffi^^ tion, John O. JoneB, the caidldatsij^ HIS FIRM BENEFITTED THROUGH A CONTRACT FOR SUPPLYING $|LVER years hard labor. G. T. P. AUBERTA TRAINS Blbginjg by the young people, and Mr. William Scott will sing several solos. The pastor will be Installed a an installation service at S p.m. in the evening. and Dr. Galbraith, entered the apd took their, seats on ^thtt pWfqrli amid the plaudits of tliQ svast, a^flfeM After singing the National. AAti^f Mr. Higinbotham introduce^ Mr, as the nominee of th� Tnt4,�K| London. April il-Sir Stuart Mon- Labor OounoIK of Lethbrids�; V 1 ^ Albany, April 10.--K5Qvarnor Swlzer^ today directed the jitato labor, depart: ment to oohduotia public i|jyestigas tion into tho cau.s0"ai^ con^itlpns of the Bttltolo strike. i>opiuy Attprn^yJ Jai][i�& A, -Pi^riioaf. .wiB^dei^i-^^ Diated to assist in th^ laUui Calgary, April lO.-^Grand Trunk IPaolflc ipassenger trains will be op-exiting'between Calgary aad Edmon-toh wit,liln the next "(lO: days, accoi^d: Ingto'Jthe statenieni of W. ;P. /fOn-t^n>^.tr^ffio agent ipf the (eompany, arrived in t^ecitig tciday. ;i A to heecectod r - ;-r- ' -1 .4 f - r ^ ^ f CANOEING AT BOBCAYQEON ' Undsay, pnt., April 10.-The village ot :eo|( ed by the I4b^l�l8;oie.;^c;^� Jones, ;lie said, was 'veeU^^^^^ ably knflSn: ironi Cr#i;^^^^ her; in e:?ery tininlJ Ing. ^pii^mtM'i Vi;*': X'-'r ^. . -i 1 4 ^ 88 3104 19 ;