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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta volume vi. .r;;{/^rWELyii: pages Lcthbrldge, Alberta. Saturday, April 12, 1913 price-five CENT8 Number 103 PREMIER SIFTQN SHATTERS R. B. BENNETT'S A. & G. W. FANTASIES Pi, WARD CO-flPEME ELEVATORS ARE TO SASKATCHEWAN 'Big Demonstration in Favor of Jv'O. Jones the Toilers Friend V O"** of thft moat � enthusiastic and ^ Micouraglng meetings of the cam; paig'n waa: held last night. in,. Burg-: liBthbrldge, hedng , well' attended by a stirong quota of 'Working men especially, -which spealts ' well for the high esteem the candl-^iVtflttt^; John 0. JoBes, holds in the estl-.fcmdtlon ot  the intollJgenj;. worklfag man.',. The meeting was called to erder by .vi: the" chairman, Alderman Donald Mc-f Ssl JTah*.wh?>, m- a few'-brlef and 'well �hos-: en Temarks, Introduced the candidate, i,:;;;to>thei'(meetiug; outlining the p^ogres-' r;.5Btve?leglsIatlon7that Mr, Jones pledges hlmslelf to uphold should he be elect-. od iip: oUloe In/the legislative assembly trt-represent the Lettibrldge City -riding, and emphasizing his fitness; i.uj'and'ablHtyxto champion theiw^ . class. ., , sv;, ; Mr.:;-Jonas*proceeded! to addiross the raeeUng!on his policies and principles; ilii^iHls/'addressrwaa'shdrt, .because- he lr|%iwa,8;j.compelled tcleayeiiearly on ac-w J_'*6ount,of his engagemerit'in GoalhuTst, |>iff!-He',ialkod_:Irpm .the: stands Iffil'labQrijigi mannto fellow: workers;, ind^ 'ji'';thQ^.'c(onst'ruotl-ve and thoroughly optl-.ftlkitilsiicViews he-advanced �'  ired.'i,wi,th' voplferous_-cfieers.. from the ^, /gaitherjng of working,men, .who. had' |jj;^jJe ,woi:Jklng^>!3las^., fBut in order io ft^^ t^dfiquatejy telieye ^,tlie ' conditions I Which seeiped t,* oppress the labor ele-j,ment,^they feel that,t,he cause -would, -�^�l^ be greatly enhanqed ,ftnd^ aided by Te-I:f"in-esenta/Uon \oa  the floor/of the '&House, ,  ( ^ ' * hav.p'on^even^I occasions beeh: ^�en! 16 E&npnton'by my oi'ganizatifo|; ;.pn.i(legislation affecting labor. and?|' Hvaritj to thank the goverjwnent for its tteadj^, resp'ojis6"and support in our �fcpntention-for^ b,ettcr conditions. But ?Whi)i6 evelry assistaribe has. been Imt *by. Uie Premier and members of the ^goyernment or, alL issues. pertalnlTig fo-^aur Ifelfa'Te.^lhe"organization whipf ;CrB^esent,'dSen(,ed it'wlsevto try Eindi '"'�(?e'_a, repr^aentatlye In t'he House; [Jfiurther," adytfiic^- pf ' the laljdr ftua|.-"'''rhat is^Tiy:i;am^ here,b|tp|^ tonight, /a{iaii.I,''h'ave ib, "hesltatlpn ?'il"'?PS.thtft\j.,'it),el\ove;l .can ade-, Jquajtelsf'teprefeentAyOu.s I understatSdi 'fii&le^eds.otVVti^^'qJfitfjsV: - > 'Si yormillion, Alta.,' April ll.-^Demon-stratlng unswerving ;�loyalty . to Premier Slfton and ' the*.Uberal. cause, citizens; thronged the 'Town Hall, when Hon. W. Rj Motherwell; Minis ter ot Agriculture for Saska/tchewari in a. powerful speech;- presented the case of- the go-viernm'etit of Alberta. The MinisteTot the sister province spoke for nearly two;" hours, holding his audience to-the -end, and calling forth rounds of applause when dealing with the issues particular to Alberta, tie. declared, that the very measures for the passage of which, th&: ministry was- attacked- by un scrupulous hirelings; of certiorate ilur terests must ""sJiortly be '"a'd^pted' by Saskatchewan and, politics; ^ apart must commend themselvep^' to aiU faiir-mind-ed men. The meeting was keyed, to a high pitch; of enthusiasm- as^Mu Mother-�^\'ell 'dwelt upon the ;record of 'the government, and; reviewed the; pro-gressJv* - leglslationji;qri,the;xP�st, 'session, "When he.-v/ent ,|nflXJ^^ her^i -the natW'iSl^l&l'llSl^ , . seek release from-\thp|hdn'd^fe6 of the tariff monger.T ;fi^-^/l4r>'' ,;.;,;.,|h=.5a8ijatchewein^ . _^ The camjiaign" ofr'tiDBCt'iipulduft im-j plement conoernBi', Mi'd ,"Sfe 'storljis'.to d,lBcred'lt the I^arm'-, jxfptBa^e^x} Blli will reac^ In^a marfitef^'lltlle fo'thVlr-liklng;A Mr.,:5�rotheaiWe]l'iSiffeer less there is: a'cha|%4 5 fnj'-Uieir; attitude, unless the itbria}Sjwi&d^>M&'''J>}-betta act deals wJi^li^Ee ^ fl^lejcl;[I^> 'done away with,'" e^^pe^al^'-Ieglsiatlop ; ' The Farm '�MaohliTery- pSill>'ysaic[t iix.i Motherwell,- :Ib 'the. fiigheatjv'po^slbl?, kind -of a tribute t6;^^^^ the enmity-ot'rnter,eM8Mpttimenml-to' thejwelfai?e,of the ffii'ihelfs.'f^Spe^klijg: as an^outsid'en;, whd^h^d'itb pF^JKdteek; on th&subjfct of tl{e'^B^m-M4|h*iiie-fy.' ��Bni,:Mr,:. Mother w'eiU}^ endorsement to th^'^ieliiure.ii I|->-wap. an open secret amc>ng*tli^.>Wpl�^lent 'men that 'quite freqjieiltlyjcomifetitlQri -leA to abuse. Farmers been recommended for roor-.bach^, A larj^e; do,se. is neede^ elimmate the'stench 1 created" by ,-.-bhe-abp59^: . jRous^ing Speech^. at Barons -jRoyal Bank Solicitor as People's Adviser . Bar object; ing to'a'Ciomp,limoiitafy rcfcrenel to' Joluii.Butns, .^he,Enklish labor lead* er. '--^ � T. W. (JfisF^te dealt with,the labor legislaJiioifiS'^fldisalspirWith; some of> the:aEgunientsii,p];eBente(l at the, Tory meetin|'--in '-fehlch the- 'Eaton scab school'booli:'s''were Advocated, and also refftiredV.io 'tte fepistribution and the A;,.&.,*(3-V; W,j,issUe. The speaker was Ssked quit^^a nuitaber of questions fin's anjawered them,to the satisfaction'>ojt'air^Vf-fch tlie probable ex-ceptioiifof %t? Tory workei' -who asked theW^^^^-''^' }J. 0/?-''J6iies, -who', came in late ffotfi tKe.^oIty- ineeting, received a fme welcpi^e,^ .and"'^^^liVerod a clear and manly^jBXpQsttidn. of Tits position . He was most ^attentive hearing, and,air "ihe ,close the-i Socialist got J busy-ftgain .arid 'succeeded in getting' fron4 -the^t'aiiclidsie" a ringing repudiation','bfttiie;Sooialist party, and -all Macleod, April ll.-^One of the two seats tor which the Rrjimler himself is running, gave Hon.'A;'L, Slfton a great reception 'tonight. The.meeting, in the Town Hall crowded, -to ; the doors, was from gtartito finish 'full of enthusiasm for the Premier^ At the close there was such an ouWburst of whole-hearted cheering as was never heard in Macleod before. That the iBremler. will carry the seat against Robert Patterson, the late member, is admiOted on all hands even, as the Premier said, by R. B. Bennett, dnd Ed. Mlchener, the'ToJT leader. -- ' � � �, ,-. Some fiuestlons on the ,A, ;& G-,. W. trouble brought from the,;Premler the Information that the law coBts' Mad been In the neighborhood .of .?13,000i that the province could sland to lose ?110,000i the difference between three and. one-half per;cent paid' by the bank of the ?600,000/ and.;the-flVe per cent.; the province �had/.to t pa-y-3,0,thet1gl{ es., He expressed his ,appreclattcin, of| the work done for thalibera^'party and the' government, in^outheVm A1-! berta-a work done In appreotatlori of thhe'.had!n'ot'ineant;;Mhat he BAld yhen'^li&'ihade a (num>-�j...jj tl^s'.iJttittaiien'otaDJLJ., heir tlTp iloilWn lEc m ,'r have no-^des'lre .to bev Pre Alberta,'^salil tiie PreMer, "tf Wing bulldini^,' or etevato's, l thing of ihat Wii-d/'ltf-XthW \ town, ai 'Btand^^6n\tl^r,�eco d government lon,.3prpg5^ai | tion' f6r the last' tlwfeei'yep.rB iorft of .ttie"", people 'or^HTac if thai .they wilf'te' IJegiiiled b iiroiilseB." Z:, A'^- It had been left for,lh?|>ri'ival, of iiromlseB." r ' R, B. Bannett to develop"'any ""opposili. ^ v (Continued op page 10) ^ier'tjPfOimz'aMWm^iiitQr of the-RojMl ,a,l,o,ple,,.h.A.M,d.p._W.Tse. �=!6f,tiie. IS red ju Ihi' {}islntioii^ dc- mlnlBtratlon-honesty; econom'y//6iflol - ; 'V 4-r'i 'The greatest of th^se three-graces In Ijie premier "of a young province );hat has" everything to do Is effiqiehoy and -efflolency la written all ov&r ',t}ie! fiittle iPrcmiei's mak^-up. Take/tlisi beaky nose of him, a sort of Iron D.ul^fe nose; 'the'"flashing eye of^hlnit. tte sferpng obiin' ot him, the ruSdy hlgji-pre'ssure 'face of hlm--they, �HljspolI latent, conserved power cfip'ablfe''of; tremendous stresses without strain. He tesembleB nothing so muolj-aB pne' of ^hoae' high-voltage jdynamos't'wt(ich do the, work^o�'Titans'b,ut nikke-ko i;uB,B djout it, The''affairs ^f;aji>xS uitffwiiue x;rtt"iier, goe� anout it'-watn ^he':aamrsIl'eKen^rgfj\BtHfe,?d)5^^^^^^ ,a.^d Mjk?,'tlie,dTOai4,o ''lie never'iufga a-''liair.-t',t75ipin,ho.urs' were, ^ev'erl laade tpr � the - Uttle'f' PremilHjt J'Efe' �SrbrkB ^B long"a9Vlie iB'^awake.^v yesj I4ttle Premier and .'lEjdward JV^i^p\eiiei',>ttrot a heat togethfeV. It; Qi^ldjalso.be a rare pleasure"to �ee ^Jei-BQjf^'Ai G. MacKay-Iand'^Richard 'Bof^flrjesfBehnett go 'to the .pbst fow'a jBPetfd'Itji^l.. MacTCay Is a"'newcomer bVt"flie^3/ a-brllllant'"perf)ymerj and running i^'undor wraps, he could-make,' tlie balgsary wonder look like a selling' .^^luter. .'"j t , ! i its v?'oTrker'.^ �* liVhcrf; men are around'byf thetnbso by-a bit of girl l-fc'"i5'H;iitjc'toiiluit. - It \va5 arte^ 11/o'clock > when speaking 'ended, *r' ^, , led. a the ONtiYi 'MEANS, ILYi f^tetiib^(aje''revlevir the fscts \.hiuh we aro Pj^^^ them, and then conclude whether this was i repentant Bennett.oKa, . cIan"-who finds rrieafis.Worthy for fulfllll^tjg'tTio^en i ne hao .n viev In the aisssj'on VfJlBWhtatiEdrnonton. Ih'e follow/liifl ,re"> utior w^ltn gard tb'the A^^nd G;"v5^;'vi8^mbVdd^b)^.lyife bv Mr Warnooat.,rn t)ie^opln|or!,.of thi House 'proceedings shVul^'pimmTdl^teiy^lnBtltuled^tVE'SPROPRIAT': 4" m before '"'-the rights, frapcI^llM^KafpoweriB^/arfd/rMl* and/p'el :of the �'^i^^',it.:e:9tfnoWii,afv^. fjgp^d' lo' pl�icc;^om^or these IruVla..^VhWe tt'ei/J^^rJ^'lfeioIiii Xi'/' ' I t -..,.Wiyete=6f;Jtli mitltfent', H/who wants to k^tipw^'about, LM�;and a. ^V. js',^�;s^t>inp-'W^^^y.- 'The ConR{(r^atlv^;;,Tvita;^.a " " "s'-'^sked to.pjjtf'rfit.^^AnyfoP;;; o' goes crazK ^vitppbfe'e|p9|^ lijdd waiit-g'to:n3^J#t^6|p ocutox-y, speech' Wrfn3l|||:#f 1 'ojgi. helped. up^'^hajSr!^^^^^^ "footlights *if\n^(4b^|i|oi' a-S.^Edniontonv'mMtItg�lhe,;^ untir "gas trud ' a" ^Qtnpyfciitionr sotinr knbwn^, a"!) 'fhjig''., cftj^ed ;byr. the ^none'' pro- po'nny-wise^ %nd b'o efficient tUatvho "Ha.v6\it,'' V^Iexaride dOMii't iLod to au-wrliii. It �* .hi or,i/,ti^W and.' newsynpert... Tie LltOv>:gho�.d:;b%;s|Mf�,!thi:^ ot^$7,400,000 -'suffIc[ent,sumVfol?7|hipurfJo�^'of,-consti;uHln^ nil/iy from y-./'^i Edmonton^ ti Foj"t^,wi|MuVi�;f In ^aiflr^^ m-nner and by -whatever route,y/IJI hMt^orVe ^the^lntowat|^,of ,the rail vay and ' 1 ' prpmpte^ as .vvoUia8";poMlble,t|uturo'_^8ettlementp^,^nd the balance o,f the 8ald^sui^iof^$];,'(o6,p��,a'houldi'jreVuseA.for^^ccnatruptinej a railway or ra)lv(SXa'[ln''v'fiite' ei' parf of the Pro'fni-e the Le:{i'-iy';ilaturer^ma^-tdetetfHl^.t^^^ f.^^^^^^^^^^o ..T^ 18 dcteitcJ, \,a lU) purled by stveril liberal , and belt r^mV;nbere%,by^,;i: B BENNETT -ind L MICHENER But a that ;tlniejMrfg9enrJBt|f ^KiW:'ov�-the e paid solicitor of the Royil Binl' , | lly. j I comprj ed Jubt ci ha the :'conscientlou3 objection ' jAjlijUf ^ alnst the veiy legislation of exproprlatioii w{;ilph,> (i of In' this he was joined by Mr. Mlahoner should' not be last sight of Is the worcf ^ as Mr. Bennett would hava j' 'stcatrno BlLle to the bondholders, t|ie Provrncfi. 1^ Micif lu (..i:.i v-t hio trouh.. JMSis'rof'jiifMliilu.W^^^^ s/fjpontlnued on page 0), . ' ' ' (CSfuliKWWiSf^^^^^ ^ t be h,fl ti bnde- certim 0>. P-rt. jS^^P*^*T^ he'partlc'iildr^ puroose for v^hich the'irione/*Va9^'^^<^ Legislature was for Its exprpprlaflqn 'Mr Bennett 8up^ortyc\^tt)e/ at, exproprlptiop, Ahap'hi^^wa's pot bolicltor^for-thr^'(iii^j^J%^=y sVeond'attempt.' And ^thls If'the'panctlniQqioiiBi genliQrpAi^i 35 70 859927 ;