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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta HON. W. R dim DE- UVERS EFFECTIVE ADDRESS At die AMI! Metfe of the Lethbridge Liberal Associa- te -Reviews WoriTtf Alberta Governed Leads ii Labor Legislation W. C SUBMDS Speaks weeks of the last all but three of four days was spent on committee work, very little being-de- voted to speech-making. In iclosiiM? he addressed a few re- on the duties} of the citizen in government. Speaking of the neces- sity of party government, he regrett- ed that many consider that when a party win on election i-ts members are entitled to -the legitimate spo Is. "if anyone gets something without giving an equivalent, everyone else is a loser. The government is only the manager of the people's business and if dishonest, should be dis- missed." He see the time when no man will belong to a party for the sake of .what he tan get out ;7 WednMday't Daily) jact is that the business man Is bound Liberalism in Lethbridge is to insure the employee who works ?or much alive and -that the Leth- j him. bridge Liberal Association is an f.c- j "I know, said Mr. Cusning, "that aggressive institution was amp- many employers will oppose tne ly demonstrated at the-meeting held out I cannot see how he can reason of it. The government of a people has a grave responsibility but no stream can rise higher source iHe hoped to livo to see the day f Alberta Tvill sup- g-overmneiit that does right promptly turn out any goV- In the Labor Union Hall last night, ably do so. 1 been an employer and j articles in question can be seen, han- 'the Liberals over lit. criticized 'and practical re- Grassy Lake THE NEW COAL TOWN Situated midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge on Crows Nest Pass Line, C.P.R. 4 4> act. The servatives association "ivho remained to trans-. government is pursuing its poucy 01 n n r r> n I act the business of the annual meet-. looking after the interests 01 tne peo ing. AT. C. Simmons was glad to If the meeting is-, .as it should pje> pioneers and new-comers, re- t omen'of'tha success of'the par-; ol- nationality, creed or pol-j b-. such a large gathering, and said he forthcoming -election, tor tne itics. TT -M- House -there is little The speaker claimed chat the gov-.came more to.hear the Hon. Minister the result of the contest in this jernment had been able to accomplish than -to make a speech. He had late much- notwithstanding the statement aad the henor sae: suits be obtained. It was also ad- vocated by Mr. Harcourt in his ad- dress on "How Make Farmers' Insti- tutes a Success" that where samples address the wnich the subject of discussion ,JOnn heard -the Labor Congress in Calgary -Association, and W. A. Buchanan, two years ago that the candidate in the'the hearers ___.____ ____ j_ air and sunshine. tu u _, the secretary, were in their places, I no resources except air and sunshine., assets as well and field. and one of the most important ev- j They had other of the business meeting was the'during -the past -two years .articular part of th, riding. not be obtained charts could ,John Brodie, the president of the 01 their opponents at the Ueaions r.nnirrM ,n used, as he aptly said, to give a peg on which to hang their ideas. Another important point discussed at length was the advisability of getting more in touch and sympathy with the farmers. The institute worker should place himself in the position of the farmer and look at things from a farmer's point He touched on the new tne hour act for miners, and briefly out- of the other officers. Those chosek for the ag year were: Honorary members, Hon. Prank 01-] es alone, on M.P., Minister of the Hon. A, C. Rutherford, Premier of 3 the Province of Alberta, Hon. Sena-' ucatkm, as much more was spent on tor iteVeber. W. C. Simmons. enforcement of law and the ad- P., and'-Liberal candidate in the elections. President, W. A. Buchanan. Tim Vice ,Pres., John Bruce. Seconct Vice Frc5-. Sobt. Secretary, Fred Kenny. Treasurer, Wm. Oliver- Executive Committee, Dr. W. S'. Galbraitto, E. N. Higinbotham, tin Olson, O. D. Austin, E. V. Gib- boas, J. fr., Robertson and John over on roads and bridg- p said England had found it good buildings and sites be-jand Alberta would not be backward 00 and each in providing legislation to that end. I But as. the country grew, defects had pf view. The question of advertising ministration ol iustice, ount was spent by the agricultural department to enable the people make.-tbe best use been found, tefjt the The Employment; Act: institute meetings was dealt with at bad condition, considemble length. These meetings are frequently unsuccessful on account had no monev'to conduct a case, while in most cases the employer had was. __ to 'From 1897 to 1907 legislation was _ of >n enabling the employee to itieToTtne land." had been'get' compensation, and by the act of a ordvincial 1S9T every employee had a chance of spent in inaugurating a projvincia telephone system. pointed out that the secretaries agricultural societies were often There were many compensation Bat the principle other smaller Hems that ran up could not be followed very AU been The -thanks ot the asso'ciation tendered the retiring officers. In ac- cepting the presidency. Vf. A. Buch- anan- said he was proud