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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCKMllKH 13, 1010 DAILY IMfiF. SEVEN WHERE CZAR OF RUSSIA WAS MURDERED In one ol llio loiver rooms oT this modest palace at Skater in be IK CMT Nicholas and bis family ivoro inrarccratcj ;iml finally murcVrpd. H In Llic yard in Ibis pkLuru the body was fouD-.l autl MciUlfieil laEL July. Political Conditions In Canada (As Seen by a Farmer) lluvhyj juovcd 1 1) Ciinflila eleven and the Iroml of it Is iiu ivoii'lvr ttmt iho climax i 'i com'1, iii liic ivurranlfil discontent unrest ol the [n past for nnt- mul for a (armor 1 j an iiUijreal iu i-uLHc ic -Jitc'inpi lo run Tor nflicc was con- wan Just l to rtij IIP into thr lnii In nil MIL- wouUli he euuid. K'J out, a ftirni Tony or fifiy iHilca irnrn a r.irlrniiil, stay ilicrc and Kruh out a llvdtff, JUii trrlay it (liiFcrcnL for Iho promised lint have been mndc at each election have never 'JCCM hcjii. Railroads IJinL have- Lewi pronged 10 relieve the tcrrlhlo haul- ing to lo-.vii never ImiU nor Is Ihero uny poet of them. What Is tho result of tills grand position, limners arc taking. I'j-ogrcssKe thougln. unj Iliu fann- arc firc-ar IliJnker.-i. makes it Jm- prnitivr that cerltiin protnisc-a made 1C iluii is not class what is ii? They were afraid 10 accept an verdict and allow every 10 voio to iliuy musi pus? logislalioD iu Ihcnm'lvcF. What IKIS I he Monlcn or any tuber Uovernninu. fur thai mailer, dono for the raniHT of secrl and rtlic-L" mantra, for whkh deeply sralc-rul. Nothing. Only lo mukc his burdens; banU-r ftud MM imjiIeimMiIs more cosily. Has UIL-J llonlcn Uoveninicnt done unyLlimn Lo push (lie incoine tax. hut am millions of Victory Ho nils IhrA are exempt from titles whleh llic plutocrat con invest his nit and IK- Ironi laics %vliilc' farmer rind laborer who could JJOL irivesl jnusl nn hcnrlng thr; heavy burden of taxation. Our thoughts in the pres- ent inoveincnl are only for the best Interest of Caiuidu lu treat nil alike, :ind If posElbta ligUlc-Li ihe we- are now under. One of llic TirfiL lliines wou'd bo to chanKii cur banking la'.va, :md do away uitli ttiis on clit-t-lia and ;i Dominion Federal l lo- se rvc Hank similar lo the United Stoics Federal KeEcrve Bank that bo in a position when the coun- try needed money lo loan it and allow to go on anil expand, rather than when a crop failure; comes shut up tike a with no money to ICI.IH and unwilling lo help the country ngo should be kept lesg The Inheritance lax is aiioilier inrmcr becomes discouraged In Df legislation Ihal wo should inability to move the crops quickly ai H would greatly rcliuve thus losing time which should bo on the land. In politics lac I'armer has (no Indifferent to bother lo cast Ins vole ibr cillier far choosing the lesser Iliu burJens of tn.xcs o( today and belp make up tut; of free furui implc- nicnls. The excess profits of manufacturers should be heavily taxed. Hnclproclly ovi] in any parly it proved n dclri slloulc] llb again lax-en onrt Ihe Viii- nionl to the establishment of sound lcd gtalcs mdurpd to nguin make business Those in Canada. lhc There should be no Imr- ivlio have large Interest should help ier between the two Kngllsh snoak- s con- tlic burdens of tlic smaller Has !ing ImLions hut Hie most cordial it lieoi] so In lhc lo. The pluto- cracy ol Eastern Canada cant rib tiled dilions should between ihe tu'o countries, Cnnadians need not .fear their nil fit (lie election o! 19J1 lu' farmer legislation for It will lc for tilt defeat ol reciprocity and tbe open tljc peOplc and tbo country. we were anil hoplny ,1S for this' lor closed to Western Canada. The Uorden Government then came in and scattered tlis public money brondcAst loaning millions lo HID Cp.naillnu Norlhcni and Grand Trunk Pacific Railroads lortay they hart lakd.ovcr. when broilo oijl ihe middlemen loot hun- dreds of thousands of dollars in com- on purihniey aau pui it in I country would ba put on shori ihoir pockala which should have been raljons if not'placed in. a starving con lo tho Gnvrrnmciit and tlio rtmun farmer to grow Uie fooi desirous emJ and don't let any threats from the present Provincial Government through spite lhat at the forthcoming of Parliament legislation will lie passed jmlllnfi farm labor on did eigliMioiir for if they ivoukl soon" rcacl on thPnisclvcs, anc su restrict operation lhat prortuclioi would be greatly lessened and lhc pcoplo. JiiF1. read lhc public account i'ommlUec3 report o! (ho House of Commons for iDly. Did Ilordcit do anything to pe! Ilils money hark? Xo. Bui we the tillers of Uic soil and cvoryliody have t-> liny this amount back In our las bills from UIIIG lo lime, Then tho I'liion Govcrinnniil reruns and we look- ed jind; hojictl for Holler limits, lint do sec any Oh no, instead we :ire liaudcd down a IjurtgiH Increas- nccessary Cor the world must work from early morn till lain ai nigiu nm no can curtail it curlallliig produrlion. Reason is sail lo be tlic most active human quality and thnl il linlcs lhc humnn to Lhi divine; docs it not then Ihnt the truth about politic: should be earnestly sought and when in a measure found, to fao applied tn Ihe problems lhat confront us roiidlllona arc unearthed that uiea1 JBI; Ihc Iiciehl oMhc Jarlff wjill of principles' uiuler ncath, then lliosc who are convince the plutocrat of thu one over (lie farmer. ail a 3 nil) imts UiaL he. rebels nnd rises in his Irtish I. ID ]in( down ;nnl chinigu exist- ins conditions ihc plutocrni stains !hi[ Uic farmer v.'il] Icfjislulo class IcjjfiFJrtUaii u-fi Idi irill lie disastrous far Uocs Lc slop to rhin'r: lull the Bor-' tlt'ii I'lovcrnmcni. class IctUla- tiun when nl the election of TJi-cctu- IILT IDJT, mi citizen of Canntla lioni in an cncniy country could vote (fiouh'h lie was a citizen of C'anadn had liis tml Ihd MoUitrs, Wived and Sisters of nol- dlrra" a I llio fronl could vole and the rest of Iho wonicn ol Canada wure. yttu miglH F.IV disfranchised along iviih Iho aliens In Canada. Quit Laxatives, Purges; Try NR It Js A rrilEtr.ho ta da'i yourself wllli pills, cnlor.icJ, oil, [iiireci nnd c.iHiartics mill torrf! flftion. It wr-fllioru llio iKtwcIa ft mi liver anJ inafcts con- ttanl rtoMnK ncccfifriry, IV hy doii'l you bcfiin rlphl to [lay tn o-.'trcone your ft nil grt jour pj-atem In Buch d.Mly bo Vinncccs.ury7 Vou an do co IF you pet a. '.'oc Lwr of Remedy (NIL Table IE) nrd l.-ko ono firti nielli for iretk or vx iVi: nTSUrlno An occasional NIL lal.rd V7II1 keep your In contll- Ur-n PTirl yen tin always your bjsf. Trip Nilure'fl RenicJy (NH TftMn'.rl r.Ttfl vrovo tills. H HID br-M rncdl-lrio thai you IIFC nnfl rvf hoi. contnlnlns enough to last iTvcnly-Hvo davf, N'aturt's Rem- edy (Nil N ciiirnntrcd bml L-y your J, 0. Hiainbotham Ltd., .hat clianED3 are needed, should iiro- cocil fearlessly to nccouiplitih the one throwinf; of old out grown iiolilical mcthoils to llioao ol sound business iitegrily. operated by the in nil in cadi class (hrrc lei some law worth retaining and toy the nssimilalinii of Che best in sill splcn- difl, polllionl vhoic will Lc lhc >Rical rcsu-l. Il is [hortturc rcrisonatole Lhat cvory man nnrt woman ehovild use thai faculty, reason, Lo enlighten them- Eplvcs cKisliug eomlilions and should Lnko cat-h worthy step boMly (o cstaliJiah a splendid ilcinoeracy, with special prlvilpffca lo no one clnsd and in Hi tit way to brlns a uni- fication of nil classes in upholding principle. Promiscg when, made lo a trusting public, kept, ami honor- able salaries paid those in trust. The operation of this farmers' movement NEW PARK IN SY. LAWRENCE OTTAWA, Dec. order-In council dntcd Ucc.'S scls aslrlc or Sheep Islnml. in Iho St lAwrcnc rlvci- Morrlsbnrc, Ont., as Dominion lo hi nnaicd llrody This In paj-t of iho Ilcafa In titan reserve, I THE FRANKLIN SEDAN Considering its fitness to perform every enclosed car function and its disregard of climate, weather and roads, the Franklin Sedan stands today as the only all-purpose car built. Light Weight and Flexible, it enables you to motor alt day with ease over any road. Free from hammer and pound, jolt and jar, it does not fatigue rider or driver. It is easy to cpntrol and safe. It is cool and comfortable in summer, free from annoying toe-board heat, perfectly ventilated. It Is warm in winter and gives instant protection whenever needed, Direct Air Cooled, it causes no anxiety- as to heat or cold. It carries no water to boil or freeze. Easy rolling quickly responsive to the brake, yielding to the roads, it converts most power into miles, does not slide and slip and does not grind or hammer tires. The result is a nation-wide economy to "owners of Vttfes to the cfgasofate miles to the set of tires 50% slower yearly depredation- -t And the Franklin Sedan leads in original sedart feat- ures, The Wide Observation Windows, the two Wide Doors which mean convenience and accessibility, and the V-shaped Slanting Windshield, secure an unequaled breadth of vision. Together with the sloping French-style Hood, they give outward distinction in. addition to these obvious practical advantages. Unless you are convinced that you have already obtained the utmost in motoring satisfaction, you will want a demonstration of this exceptional car. We will gladly show its performance over any road you say. TOURING RDNABODT-AIHhc adwuls- FODR-PASSEMGF.R ROAD- ptnoiiil, ot-< lom-uxx embodied ID a ftiUSizt, HS vit I WrifM ronvtmroi, aliraclm c'cit.l Frintlm Car, Inlinin _ V-. j. _ fnmvinri mrrl A S. WILLIAMSON COMPANY DEALERS LETHBRIBGE, ;