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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, April THE DAILY IIERALH Page 3 Great Audience Greets Alberta's Premier from fruiit !n thfc province. There wan TvltU him on the platform a mun who has baen ill the eyu In for a long time, as a lawyer, a Chief Justice uud now as Premier of Al- exceedingly ablts and just man and. Just now, much vUltled. However he would aslc only for Brit- ish fair play and justice In not accus- ing him of crimes until he had had a chance to defend Ulmaulf. The Candidate Mis -iiiiifts receiver! a, rousing lion, lie Bald: "While I doom li an honor to stand on thla platform to- night, 1 would. not havo beon hero had It not hoen tho wish of organized i labor. As nil oltlcer of one of had the labor organizations In the went 1 huvo always tried to do everything In my power to ameliorate tho con- ditions of Iho working clauses. We Smvft endeavored to go forward, and tho labor men of this city 'believed the 1lmo had come when they should have Bomebody In tho legislature to lljjht (heir battles on tho Hoar of the house, I havo been sent to Edmonton by the organization which I roproBeut on legislation pertaining: to 1 rlKht hero to thank tho Premier for what he has done for 113, and every member of tho government that ban supported lu our contention for llOtter Ranrit lions. His Stand In the Campaign "But wo realize that while 'wo may tie able to get legislation to our ad- vantage from tho outside, wo would ho to do immeasurably better II had a man on Ihe Hoop of the house. tho reason I stand before you tonight." Mr. Jones then went into a brief dlncusalon of the legislation of tho winter'as It au'ecta tlio labor classes of tho province, and with aa president or this X.'. M, of A. and president of tho Alberta Federation of Labor he had Imd some- thing to do. Tho bi-monthly pay, which had been petitioned for by ev was to stand by the verdict of tho fanners on April 17, rather than on tho opinion of H. B. Jlennttt uud the Calvary Opener, those two srcdt friends of tho farmer. Bennett-6 High Ideals Mr. Dennett, 'who Is ao fond of coin- paring the Liberals of the present day with the Browns and other great Liberals of the past, to the detriment of the living; MT. Bennett, who takes such a ncht I believe i could build one 'I would cross tlie Atlantic ocean sa'lelv. But a 75-footer which under present conditions is as large and ex- pensive as the ninety -looter o! 20 years ago, is the boat which prud- ence and reason'-.dictate. "I have the greatest admiration of the genius and cleverness of Ameri- can designers. i nope Criuuitta at. as Hsr- reshqfi will he given a cliance to de- sign the defender. K so, the prelim- inary races will be almost as inter- esting as the final cup contests. I have already erected a shed at the Gosport yards for the challenger and have her plans well under way. T expect to launch her m April, 1011 T in case the America's Cup 200 of tbe newest. doAs. for your selection. to RIDPATH' Cash Tailor Will Trade We have a client who owns a 7 room fully modern house close in, Ciisary, which is .rent- ing tor Will trade tor good house in this city. Price Further particulars apply The Dowsley Mulhern thirty, before; there are several him- 315 6th Street S., Lethbridge' returns' to the British Isles that the Sherlock Bldg. 7tb St. Phone 544 ;