Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FUTBAY, APRIL 14, 1916 The Test of Time Your gnuulpnronts ditl not use BLFK KIB150N' TKA. Nothing linlf so exi-ollont vas known in their younirer days-uhntcver tiie pru'O. But. your prnnihlnUlrpi! will nsi^ it. It is itnpoj,*iWe to imnjrinu n bottiT Ti-a-whairvrr rlrvolDpinrnt? occur. But he aystirod tluii if inijirovcmcuu nre ])o?siblc ivill have them. One recent improvpnient i? in the uTSiiv ping. It WAS impossible to better the ten. so the packet was iniproveil. From now, on. n.^k for |!1.("K KIHHtlN' TEA in the new double wrapping-d!is!-[>roof. nir-tiglit, moisture-proof. Same Tea-lame label, hnt a fifty per cent, better packet. CHARGES AGAINSI CROSS 1 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE THRKB) Nothing so good as fresh homemade bread from- ^��'MofeBrekd a cide whether Deyl or Riidyk considered It waa a loan wrongfully cnllod. They do not know If It wna a loan N_ ,_ rtri'"' ' tbtnk wo ought to be T If 41 V , naked to decide whether this $500 wan I iL 11 U " payment on the loan or what. That ' " 'Is not Important. If there is anything contrary to the law there are much better ways than wasting the lime of this house. He could iiavo done Uils weeks ago, Instead of coming hero on four different times for the purpose pt dlscussluB as to whether Deyl did or did not get a certain aum of money. It la hardly Important, lu connection with the administration oC Justice Iti this country that we should have o royal commisalon to find out whether tills was a loan or whether the ^100 ha Is nllogcd to have collected In Edaon was a loan or wheUier ho kept It himself. The other matter of the $26,-000 has already been dealt with by members of the license victuallers' association. So far as the Stony Plain matter is concerned 1 don't know whether I am getting myself Into serious trouble in resard to this matter, but the honorable gentlemen did not Investigate Bufflclently far along that line and I may say to him that who ever else Is to blame the attorney-genoral Is not because It is the president of the executive council who appoints the returning officers for the elections and I assume all responsibility for those appointments at the last election, because they were all made up on my recommendation and the attorney-general made no recommendation with regard to any of the returning ofHcers appointed In that election. These are facts In connection wltli these matters that possibly the honorable member tor High River could not have found out because they are only Kmcral's department. Ho said cases could be multiplied of forcing campaign funds through duress and Mr. Mlchencr said the men of Alberta may vote party, but ho would carry those charges to the women. "The hope of the opposlllon Is in the women." (Liberal laughter.) Continuing, Mr. MIchener made reference to the honor of the attorney-general, who retorted that he was (lulto capable of looking after his own i honor. I Tlio leader then referred to Mr. ' Whiteside and wanted to know how jhe could face the people of Corona-jtton if he voted against Investlga-i lion. (Mr. Whiteside: "I'll look after that.") Proceeding, Mr. Michener said he wouldn't like to see all the Liberals defeated as an opposition is necessary, a remark which caused derisive laugh-i ter with n choius of "we'll all be back" i from the Liberal members. The division followed and the house settled down to routine in committee of the whole. Premier SIfton The premier in rising to reply was creeled with an enthusiastic applause. He said: "After having had Lhts matter un- , der iuvestigntion for eight years (i within my own knowledge, so that he Carfston, April 13.-The first of a jMries of monthly socials was held by ibo Ladles' Aid in the Presbyterian ehm-ch Monday evening. A goodly bomber of guesta were present and much amusement waa manifested at the langhable games. In the peanut ksce the side captained by Mr. Pickup came out victorious; In the gentlemen's clothes haaglDg contest, Mr. Johnaon'a side won, and In the progressive word contest the prizes ware awarded to Mrs. Cook and Mr. Pickup. An informal program was given at Intervals, as follows: Recitation, Mr. McKay; recitation, Mr. Stevln-Bon. At the close of the evening abundant refreshments were served, after which Mr. Christie, on behalf of the Ladles' Aid, passed a vote of thank�-to Mr. Stevinson for making a set of tables for use at their socials. A silver collection netted a neat aum for the society. Frank Summerton and family have gone to their farm at Boundary Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Tuttla, whose farm Mr. Smnmerton has leased, will reside in Cards ton. All members of the Ladies' Aid of the Presbrterian church are asked to meet at the manse Wednesday afternoon next at'2.30 to All their second sewing engagamont under the new or-dar> believe he goes back to I'JOS.) and af ter havini; for the fourth time during Ibis ses-slon brought these matters before the house. I though that probably his own friends at least, would do hem a guarantee of better assistance ing new to find that people who are t^e future as a license victuallers' selling whiskey in iiotels contrary to a.ssocintion, these charges would be the law are very much opposed to" tho | brought up in detail at the meeting At Wholesale Prices TH^GOOD CO. v. administration of the license depart ment and the administration of the nttomoy-general. and I have been surprised when these various rumors were brought to my attention in tlmps past because this is not the first timo I have hoard of quite a number of these particular cases that have been referred to. I am not now referring to the ones In regard to election matters, because I don't know that we are here at this particular time, threo years after the election, to decide who gave election subscriptions and who did not. But in regard to one or two of the others that have been broufrht to my attention at different times. Tho one in regard to Mr. Pov/ell. for instance, is one of the principal and most definite ones. Mr. Powell Is a very well known man in this city, I know the gentleman slightly, I am told, however, he is a man of very large means. The first time I heard this rumor regarding Mr. Powell collecting ?500 from a license holder, I admit I was very much surprised. I didn't thing It at all likely that Mr. Powell would he In that line of business and if the member of High River had gone a little further Into the investigation of that particular case, and had Inquired of Mr. Powell, he would have found as I did, by inriuiry, from another source, that the $500 he received was $iJOO that was owed on a mortgage and it was credited on the same. Little things like that are matters that are sometimes overlooked. The attorney-general's department could have supplied tho Jionor-ahle gentleman with some detective who could have got better Information along some of these lines, although 1 must say they could not have gotten more information In regard to charges against Donald Irwin. Mr, Irwin's Case This was also brought to my attention very shortly after the death of ! Donald Irwin and In my Inveatiga-tlon just like the honorable member , from High River, I was up against n ' stone wall. The only thing I could discover was that Irwin died bnnk-, rupt and some of the members of tho assembly Informed mo that they had raised a subscription for burying him, ' so th.�.t evidently he did not keep the i money himself. Then wo have tho fact that some loans were made and 1 may say that the only doflnlto state-; ments that have been made In re-: gard to this matter that are of Importance are tho statements that ; noyl collected some funds-collected ,?1000 under falso protonces, from a ; gentleman by the name of Rudyk, In i tho way of a loan. The honorable ; member said it was alleged to be a I loan at the time, but both of them now � say it was not a loan, 1 really don't think we should call upon the Judges of thiij country unloss thea two part-loH disagree among themBolvoH as to whether It wa.s a loon or uol, to de- of their society. I told him then, upon that occasion, that this government made no bargains with tho license victuallers of the province. It was about a week previous to the annual meeting of the association and he said it would be brought up at the meeting unless they could get satisfaction that they would receive more protection, and would not be proceeded against in the courts of this coun-j try In regard to infractions of the law. It was not quite as definite as that, but he said unless they could be secure of protection in the country those charges would all be made public at the meeting tho next week of the license victuallers' association and placed In the newspapers. I told him then that so far as this government was concerned we never made a bargain with any one. We had never received any support from the license victuallers' association and he was perfectly welcome not only to bring them up before the association; but to hand them to the newspapers. I said further than that, I said, If you will bring mo the evidence in regard to any single one of these cases and if the people concerned are prepared to .substantiate them on oath, I will see they are Investigated before you leave the buildings, and he said that the parties are not willing to swear, and the meeting of the association went off without one charge being brought up on th-j floor and the newspapers came out with the only reference to the matter. Now that there is no more danger that they will be nblo to get any help In the way of keeping hotels open, now that they have lost tlie last vestige of hope, I have no doubt that the honorable gentleman can get any hotel keepers to come here and try to wreck von- YOU CAN'T BRUSH OR WASH OUT DANDRUFF Specials for Saturday LEGS OF LAMB 25c per lb. BEST SAUSAGE Our Own 2 lbs. for 25c eianys Liml Phone 452 seance on the government which has passed the prohibition bill. Uut I very much doubt it he can get many people in tlie province of .\lborta to place tho slightest confidence In that kind of evidence. I have not much doubt that even it he could substantiate his statements by the oaths Of hotel keepers, it would have very much effect on the feeling that is broad spread througliout tho province of Alberta, at the present timo, but tho people know what is tho matter, just aa well as wo know. Wo havo been threatened In regard to these matters. This has been brought up in various ways and for my part I am prepared to take the lesponslbllity that I have already taken tlireo times in this houno and to ask the members of this assembly to doollno to pass tho motion." T. P. Owens, associate editor of Hansard, Is to become parliamentary editor of debates. Mrs. Julia Frankan, novelist, who wrote under the name of Frank Dauby, has just died at her home In London. Tlie only sure way to get rid of dandruff Is to dissolve it, then you destroy It entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply It at night when retiring; use enougl) to moisten the scalp and rub It In gently with tho finger tips. Do this tonight, and by moniing, most If not all, of your dandruff will bo gone, and three or four more ap plications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy; �vory single sign and trace of It, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too, tha't all Itching and digging of tho acalp will stop at once, and your hair will be fluffy, lua trous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred tImoB better. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It is Inexpensive and never falls to do the work.-Advertisement, Our Big EASTER SALE STARTS SAT. MORNING AND WILL LAST ONE WEEK COME AND SEE AN ARRAY OF MERCHANDISE SUCH AS NO OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY PRETENDS TO SHOW, WE HAVE ALWAYS AIMED' TO CARRY GOODS OF HIGHEST MERIT, "WE BUY FOR CASH ONLY," "WE PAY NO INTEREST BILLS." 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