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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fi-iaay, April li, JOta _iGE DAILY HiJALD c^gDlt'hed Uy^thB LrthbrldBO Het-ald PuWhhlhB Co.,. UM., evtry &\*i�hlnB.�t.lt%-�>ffle�. Srxth'-J.t-r*.t, L�thfttld8�.', Albert*.'.BaMd*. 'li__::- w. A.. BUCHArJAri, ... - .PHONRI ^ Circulation .^i" Ahd Job 'D�p�rtm*nt� ^ 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATBS J raava�HT�r��....... i y~r. br m.u ......... w-oo �VttSit'es! ae�y�te� ..... {JrOO "iroJninB. ..... ;t:;j: S mwrtha. dsUVBraiJ. V-^ l-mottth. aeUvared.....38e. 8'roo'ntha. by mail...... �1-50. 1 moptti; by �a�...... �� - Ad�r% ...,', , In addition to showing that t^ proachcd the timber limits inentionsd,l'the ^Xarefaced f alaeibtbod of the Bennett-Mibhener Statement waSi^disfcioSed by ihe^d^clara-tion of the Premier that the charter.;Wds a I^eder'^^ mapping of the route had nothing to dc/^ "With the Provincial Government.,:- -��r^r:-; r-'y'^ � v,, J Witli men lilte Messrs. Bennett and, Michener beating the; big drum of mprality,,; the ; candid .statement heard last lught [v^ought to be sufficient to: iinmask'their hyppcrisy; ; ^ 1 ; > Further, the; air ought to be d6ared oilce for^aU with re--gard to the-natural resources, and meretricious arguments of the Stewartuand tvesv^rand, thal'tl^e only way Mr. Borden could be brought to kpow that the peopieTof Alberta desired controtj "of their naturd resources, would be by voting Gonservative, was flung to the four*winds of heaven. ' . - f Mr. Sifton made it clear not only tliat the legislature(hasj made the Federal Premier aware of, the desire pf the .people ofi the Province, but'that Mr. Borden was fully alive to their wishes.-; Tills from the^sirapie^ fact that in his late tour of the West he^ declared on every: platform that if returned"! to power he'.would; grant the Western Provinces the control of tlieir resources. i ' To tell the electors after this that the OMly way Mr: Borden can be made acquainted with their wishes is by returningfa, Conservative government to,Edmonton is a thin attempt at suggesting red tape methods for the purpose of cfirrying out a champaign of whQlesale bribery. ~ ^ The promise wasi: clearly and distinctly made,, wthout any proviso, and *ith the 'knowledge that a Liberal? Government Wjis at the time in_powCTxin Atterla. Let :Mr. Ives and Dr. :!5tewart make note of this, and either abandon -the game they are playing, or have the candor, to state, why they-^are'introducing into the campaign the particular argument they^-aire using. . 'i4^ EiiS^'iiminyestiti^nts Owners of Morninfeside Suite ni-llS Skrte*' .P.ORw 197f Pjjone 12?1 .e prererrea lo c - _ BehneitVjiai no policy to annbunce. dd>the liooaters thinkofit '\ , . , ALIFT-^iiUrWHERE TO? s '" ' Mr. Borden-"Jump andiirwlll give you a lift." The 1-ady-"Yes, hut^y/hleh^.W�are you driving^.' .____ Mr. Bbrden-"Well, to^teliyoji tHetlnith, Madam, I exactly know.' J.'ir. iJr.-.Ir.ff ,t* follow along vKherever the road's good," rcesvjor.me-jrroviuce scAvco.j^wi^jfyy r "^i; ' ~. Tsg. __3 speaking in. and the mternal ejevatpn for ft6'parhc,ular s^ol laf'^'fte.brib&.has the inost app^. ,' ^ ^IWMIe clothmg themselves T^th atWnly-disguised cloak of ^^ttiese^yeiy^men are .not sbdyer.calling fteir opponent^ 'iiliif.;* .,-C,',x^ T3 n TtonneiH Irnrk\i^ in -hvn followiug aS thg the usual pre- Vi'"10 UUl JIUUTC-BMW^ "IKW;^! F-H '-�, '--------- \wndsjup ^bringini^dtfl/af Ij^;di,d,at,the Majestic, the Itis tiflii,"that,the peopleshogi^tfc^fe'Stock of these men and ""iDt^knbwjthatthey see throu%ftI%4^t^nVl'a^n1Hn'rr Aht> electorS 38 'tO racognlzed as tte official Intelligencer of the ConBervatlve cause. r- '__ The, action taken iy Fernle local of the "Miners' Union in pasBlng con-r {fennAtion''up,0B~ rVJfiejPpesIdenti Joacs ' Contrast the-Optimistic, business-Uke boosting ^ .ad^css of r. Sifton .wjfh ttie^pfplonged slangwai ^^^^^^^^^ ^..^^----.^^^^^^ ^ ; Kansas City, and �/�t!s?Mar�meJ!lin^ meowed his own'swcfet wiU,'fire* freely dealt with, not only l^gpt^sitipn'platformsj'but^^^^-m^^^ For the 0^^000, for ,\yhich the Province, lha,ving guaranteed the bonds, |^9PpWi>ie;:the people would I^ve^^^ jfl^^ei^'railway; and the ;^rovTiic^.wQuld Have "been saddled **^' an asset not only of no value,' but. opie which would have ^]^d oh it a continual loss. ^|Rj^^t]^fefcGpposition literature onithematter.^a ajsfrom; what the people of the;;Prpvince Jiave been spaced. Ijwhen domg this do not forgij that Mr. Michener advocate? "-'iealshould haveheen made for allowing the contract to i|(||^j^for, giving the Provmce',this ''desirable" railroad, ^l^tPholds up his' banj^ invrigijiteous horror at the y,vof .^goyernnient tliat would Jtibt allow such things to be. him you|cbn|ider^^eriousIy iaiU^^t^^^^^ about the hdtor-"^..leCtWsVpmt stick with, you, and do not be led J^^npaftelp^Uimj^^ .postwes^: ^''life^ |t|MB''veiy hjom^^ 'whole sum of $7^400,000 ' Bt^l^y9 being^aid 0^ ^^on^0Qii;^^'^&ney ^as estpended^Jbhi-the ,^ 4oSiB wowld halve' ;d&- ^^||b^|^\^^ipr|^(5^^ ^V^^SSS^I^'^^? alliteration with: tlie'M^^^^p. ......IJf ^^^SS^I^igSfe'^^scribin tegNpt:.at IVlr. Bennett'4u^jio^ltii^:P^ ""^ants itas the shekelsiejilbgaprelitigM^ better.  Bill'RosaCpooters (Alberta Kedefatlonlst; Is 'both oprelndloe'&^'an unfair and | cannot b($ apcepted' as expressing^ithe beitlt'.'spfrlt'fr thej^ looked as''well after their -own-political welfare in British Oohimhfa,' as' the: Lethbrldge. min�rs' arf-'dqln/^ia Alberta. When thtf JP^rnie*'minol'8'stop the political machine "In. 3.-, C from stealing what Should he:;^iW0jj^Ing.classvae4t;vth^^^ will have;jproveh^ .their, right to pose asjCTitios: "of ?fl^rl�i"ng-cla8B poUtica. "Do you really lov&.me?" Bb� wrote. "Referring to my last' letter," he promptly replied, "you will find that I love' you devotedly on page one, madly on pag� tliree and paatslonately on pages fouT a/id''flve."', "Fashionable peopje ..surely, do get things miked up?' "la what way?'/' vwhat BhopWC'be a horse'show;they makera'dreB^Jp^ra'de, and a. dress'parade they call.grand'ppera.'!- What Others Think De Bo^pra'Oang .V (Naptpn. "islif WB) If any smoo^ atr^njjer comes snooping, aa-ound'wopJcln^vpolItlcB the nexjt tw:o weelta.it wUlbe Bate to ask him what klpd qt w^atl^er they had in Manitoba lagt W0(tkj Money fop----j.^v-; "  � ' (Nanton -mW^T-l We don't think the fe'Setakniaohlrie is treating the loqal S'Coiiiier.vdtlyfi^ workers quite right.' ..Why iVshOuld, they not be paid for:their;wd?k,�instead of all the money/gptoif'JCi thope, imported what-is-itB? \ J^, Their Offlcia} " (Blalrmore Entqgl Th�" CalgaTy Eye (mm^X nearer the hearts of 'fi|pe|^'''* servatlsm than ,over fliewft' A SNAP 'Tb' X^HJiC'Ti-Biglity acres foilTinrJes ffom-'iotlibri'dge. ^Mj^^^^^ en. ''>pply--^; . / RL: SUTHERLAND � - O'ire of X^imikett & 3ava^^; 8- M-^i ;