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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THELETHBRIDQE BAJLI.1: IIEKAL.I5 �___Friday, Aprlf *18, Ig^ fHBRIDGE DAIL^ HERAU^ . ^ ESTABLISHED DECEMBKR 1M7 ;3|-^bli�he(l by th� Lethbrldgs Herald Publlthlng Cc-r Ltd., evary 'r^TffiMntrtS'i^^^ office, Sixth Street, LaUibcldfls,-Albert*,: Canada. '"''�i^'"'^"  ' -�--W. � A. � BUHSHAJMA(I> ."n. i, ...i" .- Managing pjrector., T. w.:]ouAYi.a Manag))i||' Editor JOHN t6rranch Busineas Managtr '>HoNB^ rEdjtar/at, ( Jit .Baportorlal Artd New* i^^, Dspactmant 12 2.4 PMONSt' ( Advertlalna '!.v Clrcolatlon ; ^ And Job bepartmanta ^ 12 5 2^^ DAILY SUBSCWIJ�TION RA+Sa '  months, delivered ..... ��,00 , �* ^. , 8.months, dellverad, .,,. $1.00 � nvpnths, by mall ....., 11.50 1 month, delivered ...... 36c. I taoath, by mall...... 2Sc. ^ Addrewes.. chanced tks often as desired, but both n�w and old addresses mJai be dvan.   THB DAILY HERALD FOB SALE AT " etareahoTnW-^r X. Relnajdca Lathbrrdgar-Red Cross Drag 4: Book StSTS,: .J. G. Robertson & Co.: Jackson & Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drur st�r�:-B:onny A ADin. Tabei^Waatlaite Broa; Cardston-Aiberta Drug * Book Company. ^ � Farnle, S. G.^Percy Baal, Olamonir CltlH-PIw���d CJtr VancQUW, B. C-World Wtda News Cannijany. Mtone^l^Browa * Brown.- Aiaa.oo �U.C.P.R. train* THS WPHKLV H?RALD summary 1 year in a4|Tfuici ........ .fl.i . Smontfas iu adsanca ( months in adsamw �>;�..v.T�fr He THE CITY EJ^tJCTION opposition of dire financial ruin facing ii:t, was not & :teue one.; The men the'Province, wlfo, first and fjorenidst, -value the good name of Alberta and iire alive to their '6Wrt interests,' 'haVefde-^. Glared'fliat such" things are not true, ll, > They have acknowledged the stateshiartlikd ability of the Sifton' government ifvhich has help&dv the Province 40 forge ahead on tlie line, of rdevelopjnent it .had 6rftered:: TJiey have full reliance fhatdt wDl advance farther and father*-towards prosperity undei* the guidance of the same administration. All is as it should be, and it is well lor aljlvthat it is as it is. OUR POINT OF VIEW |N RE-EUSGTING DR. STEWART Letlibridge'has paid him a ; ^-'personal compliment, and we do not begrudge liim the victory l^'has achieved. lix all things the former and present member vpfithe Provincial Legislature haS; shown himself to be an estim-';-d�le' citifehv and we joaj with othersMn according him a well J} i^^erved popularity. , - ^ Though politically we may differ from Dr. Stewart, person-.4lly'we are on common ground'wi|h his supporters. The citizens pf Lethbridge have thought it Avise to renew their' confidence in SMm, and in this, as in all things, the majdrity rules, and thus it ;|^ust be left .|\ To i. O. Jones, the^defeiited candidate,-'all will be in accord ''Mq 'giving credit for having fough^ a^flght in a manly; open and 'j^hOB^t fashion.- Had he received the>loyal. support of those who Jfare expected to be in syrtipathy with the cause which he partic-Hijairly" represented, the result would have been different. But '^ihere, as.fn many cases, when it comes to the crucial test, men �� qf the dass to which he belongs fail their leader. In so doing itliefjr have shown that they are not grateful for the remedial j^ile^latibn'instituted by the Sifton administration for iheir . >^e]^are and benefit. 0i:i:y:S.,eQiibri6ge is not alone in this. respect, for in the cities -jCalgary, Edmonton and Medicine Hati as the results show, '" itoere has been evidenced a rebuff'which cannot be encoura^ging jtpPrejnier Sifton to persevere in ^sjh^it >has the appeai'ance of IjavingSeen a tliankless task. Hete it will he sufficient to remark ^piateijthe> workmen have not heen true to their best interests. ' /-To the'credit of the Liberals of/this city, be it said that they ^ave'their full voting strength in support of the candidate whose fpi^ they had elected to espouse. Hfid' the labor men of Leth-hn^ige chosen to raUyr^und -the-'^nian^o^ own class who had alljaltog been fighting and intended to continue the fight ^ ^n their tehalf, then; the victoijy. thefr standard bearer would .^SaVe^'Been assured.. The worlanen ojf Lethbridge have missed \Jh^ opportimity and if there are rany regrets, then they assur-'^fffly;remain � . -/ . ' f ' X". THE PROVEfCiAIi ELECTION^ IQHOIILD .we choose to make Use of'?lhe opportunity we ean tlM 'dwell with satisfactioniin^the failure of fufllment of the dire prophesies as to the fate thpjt awaited the Sifton adminis-.^^.Ji^afipn v^hen the time came for ijringing itself to be dealt with ."'i'l^jriliie'people.. Rut in the momen(;; of victory ujs to '^^|?,generous. . ' ' . ' \j^^|'./,"We,-viBJll not chortleon hopes disappointed and nrisrepresen-�' '"i^a ^stilled, but; wiU Jath^. on dis- g their wisdom in renewing a' confidence in a governnieiit has shown itself worthy bf.thfe ^^nie; v'^lberta has spoken, m no half-hearted way, and in-this Alberta has spoken ipf^ln an agricultural province/\yhere it'is paramouii^ that should be enacted aBdmeans:*put into force for ition should be enacted ancj means bring a great industry, the men engaged in it have voiced }eir; appreciation of measures accomplished in this direction. > The great A. & G. W. deal which had been thrust ifito the apaign has been relegated to its proper position. The electors livfe shown their confidence by their votes that Premier Sifton |;,'peyfectly competent to bring, tlie matter to a satisfactory Blutibn as he promised he would. In the story ofi the election'results those in the south are ji^i^yEU'ticularly striking and encom-aging. The electors have not "'^'cncil ,to the tales that they have been slighted and neglected, ijf'Maye strengthened the position of the Sif ton administi-atioii. fi^^articuiarly gratifying to know Uiat in the immediate ter-^ ^o^'iiji",which the Herald circulates, with the exception of the j^^CiEiethbridge, victory for the cause it espoused has been 'an uut^istakable way been proclaimed. The people have ^g^'tli^t'ia the Sifton government they recognized an autfaor-ffi^l^^^^would deal impartially with both sections of the ^ii!oe.''V.The farnxers, in no uncertain manner, have expressed t^^nviction 'Ihil'sin the Sifton administration tliey had and ILTHhayc*;the best fiignds. jJNot onh IS ^JlLl^:'m^ch:caUse,for;:S in the election hil 60 f.ir II (6:s&6^ the progresi^, development and pros- 4of thp PJQ^J^%^i�5t-^^''^^^s^'|?^^ by their jh' ll^c,jjeiij|e#�^vj^-;yind^^^^ of Albferta. 7A9^:f,^ ' w^rf/i.;'...''^ i�s*r,^. A, . ^^^^ come a con-be painted by th(! Sifton and progress. Oh! you solid Tory South. Now, what about the natural resources? Tbree cheers for Glareshohn riding.'. . ; Lethbridge occupies a seat to the left of the Speakei"!- It is now Alexander Cameron Rutlierford, ex-M,P.P.- Lethbridge needs factories. Let us all boost lor themi - What a wonderfully solid Tory south-tliis is-niaybe; Dr. Stewart holds his seat,, but he is still iii opposition-^ with a capital "O." Now let- us forget all about it and settle down to boosting Lethbridge. ; " . The Conservatives will probablyiiow realize that destructive speeches: never, did and never will charm the electors, No, tliere won't be very hearty cheers when Richard Bonfire enters the House of Commons at Ottawa. ... Mr. Martin Woolf had a hard fight against a very popular man, but he is still M.'P.P. . , - The defeat of Harold Riley in Bow .Valley should reduce the size of a .:cather swpUen cranium. ' ' . . Mr. Jarh.es McNaughton, M.P.P., sounds well, looks well, and the owner of the name will do well; 'He is a Gomer. , Now that it is all over, let everj'one shrike hands and settte' down to boosting for the greatest province'in Canada.'\^v : Three opposition deposits lost in Little! Bow, two in Tabe'r, one in Warner and one in" Bow Valley about offsets Calgary all right, all right. , , ,v: f, S4fe fl ll|-ll^;Skrlodisf.BHg. r- : KO.Box 1979 Phone 1291 GOOD BUYS--^D^|tes -TWO m: THIKT.EEiIct rBTilET NOETH (on Car Line)' Blk. 163^ajots|3:tff 46;tai^^^ 25 to 28 for $3,000 TWQvCOfflERS HALB 1 3L0QK EROM CAE LIKE. BIk.vi'63; Lots^" 1 to 4 ^or $1,250 BIk. 163; Lots 20 to 23, for $1,250 J ' TERM?-ONEifHIRD. CASH, BALANCE EASY Wilson & Skeith opposite Alexandra Hotel ., v Phono 1343 General Agents for Southern Alberta FARMERS' ELEVATORS- SUGCESSFUL , Due'ito Attive Management Plan, Says W.B,-Freeman, in the Chicago Tribune There are today some 3-000 farmer elevator componleB 'In tb'e" United States and Canadaj Canada havingi only 140 of tbem.Jt.leavea the states In-possession of'-close to 3,000 organizations. These companies have 300,-000 members �wlio=''are' affiliated in this onrushing farmers' elevator move ment. And yet the"farmers'" co-operative elevator mOT'enjent''had to struggle for .Its start. ,.)It..received its first breath tlirougbf.tie incentive oi an organization called the.F. MvyB; A..back; in the '80'3, This was a farrseeing-coifoeytion of a few progressive, farmr' era not /only^'poBSeased ''Ol fertile'-'' fields ib'tit fertile brains. , i, But: ,while-this i".: M. B: A. move-! ment told the farmers how to'gr^w-two stalks of.grnln in place of one, with an added feature or two, it .'did not give them, the idea of'hofw to fix' the prices on their product and" how' to realize the true value of tiielr'^toil.! TheF. M. B. A. developed 'into.^ the-grangjB or union, having to" do with acreage and marketing prqduatsi; They were, however, :farv'away.�from . - HON; J; D.-WAZEN Minister, off Public Worlds,-'who,, ac-odrHing to the majority of the Hodse of'.Commons, "liacJ the floor", althougli' th'feVSpeaker saw Sir Wilfrid Laurler first'and gave him the right~to speak. This was the movement that precip-Itgited a near riot Irt'parltahient ' SURE TO BE SAFE When You Select Maple Leaf Paints &Varnis^^s for yoHr^pairitine an^ finiBhing Do.not .select them :fo?^ t?ieir: excellence of ciaior alonei nor merely because they cover t>ettsr_3nd Choose them b'ecausef; wear lort^er th^n other paints and varnishes, they prptBCt the' best, and preserve property they pay, That is why their use means service and money'!eiye�f,. Your'choice'will be safe, your investment-sure if you'ask. your dealer for thellifSaple Lcaf.Brands. . v v Let our M:/t,, .Decorative Aid Department send you 'helpful' suggestions for the decoration of your hoipe. ''''^i' iti''' itLnscoH^TivE AronipT, . ^ txtlnonliitmieX 01 uttailni ( _t ACDSESS [F/iPFRIALVARfl(SH & CoLOR Gfi ia full-fledged farmers' co-operative elevator system;.. i , :It remained for riper yearB,^and >lper. Americanv3)raiii/T)bweri.to-''can-1 ceive> plan by whl(^''''ijie^till^ o'tthei :soll- might'reap his fufl auota'*for his WOTk. ^ . , - ^- f-' c . '�� The result of this Incessant com-hinlug of brain and ihrawn.i is Hhe present co-operative- elevator -move-' imlni. .It was started In Iowa twenty-two years ago-March, 1889-in the town o� Rockwell,. in Cerro Gordo 'county. Although a cold and unlnvit-:ing day,' a: number of. farmers With' �hearts aglow for the future, gathered to.organize the first successful farm-�ers' elevator company in'the state. From a small seed planted that day Jn .virgin soil has sprung a great and, /pturdy oak, whose branches are rad-I'latjng throughout the land. � �' But a great many dOTiculties haij to^ :be met and overridjden. t It was"a"liard' ipath, indeed, for the farmer, ' /^oday, Illinois ranks fourth with the several -states in elevator pro-.grqss in point of the number of ele-,yaj-,pr companies, aa well as being one of'the few states having a general state-organization. One bf the pion-' eer : organtziitfons .was Instituted -at .Galva fourteen years ,�go. - lowa^ North Dakota, South Dakpt^. and Minnesota also have state organizations. Bach has held one or more converi-' Uoiis. Grading of grain, terminal ele-:Vators, pure food Tulings. in connec-tton with the grain business, freight fates and good roads received marked attention. ,. .^^v ' ' The farmers'"jBlevator-.movement Is | spreading. AU'ead'y It is west to Oregon and Washington, north.to Canada, south to Texas, and east to Ohio, It is;belleved only a question of time until all the grain growing states of the country will establish farmers' elevators. , , ; The faTmers' elevator companies at- '4' THE HART, PATTERSON ?0/ , Lethbridge, Alberta ,1 ' : riftjmpson^dled recently in To We Have For Sal e ' Seed Oats, Alfalfa* Hay, WJieat Hay Bjrood So"ws, Draft Horses, Mares ' -^ ' � ' .Young Horses of all kinds on the farm, east % of'Section 5-9-19, Rural Phane No. 716 or me at my office. . ^ .  > O. T. Latkrop �ir/.,:: ��:ir^fA:^V^t)S-:-'^ � FARM LOAN* � 'LETHBpipGE, STAFIifORD BUOCK ^ ALBERTA MITFORD & CO. Real Estate OWNERS OF DOMINION SQUARE I tplbttte much of .the: aucceas: of the [*^5{^emejit' ' . "fh'eso'' companies, -different from ,tl}^ old ;atyte;orgout' as fast as they ,foi;'p}.ed,': r.qai.|^j8' 4;5at"''H pays to em- l)loy capable tpiin^ers, paylpg them lucrative palarie'B.^-: ,�; Westmount Bajitlpt ^huroh, Mont^ real, has called Rev; Cr: G. ci'S. Wallace, fprmer'! chancellor pf McMastor University, Torottto,, hut now pastor of JPirst Baptist churghy Baltimore; f LOOK AT THIS! LADY THOIViPSON , ' :"Wldow,of the I'ate 8|r John Thomp spnj foHmer'Premler of Canada." Lady Vta-'-..;j-'.:vj-r.-i.",.,ii,.i,.i.., xorpnto; " v ",--'Get ."busy Mr. Farmer, we have two dozen [ {l^lj-i-i'eather collars, regular IS.QO---out they TA SADliLERY CO., ' ^^''^M^''"^'^'^''''''''' X ;