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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Hon. Wilfrid Gariepy Delivered a Rousing and Greatly Appreciated Address to U.e fdiu when lie rt.? :iiil uf tiio government ID i-vi-ry Unvaul Ly ULL- fanner. Wilfrid (tariepy, Minister oi -Mxininpal Afi.iirs, gave a lousing and timely ad- to tl.r hriners last night. Mr. said thai there ftreal- wsi iji ever iiirrcasitii; quantity in More for Alberta. Ho Jiiiru that, but if I.e had frit uiiy ilmibt about (t, ruuvrntinn uouhl have corivinmi 1 Jiiiii. lie iiiadr- oiily ULLP piunikbu tu iLt rcnvention, namely, io ihr iic.vL convention a goodly ijuota nF farmers his llivcr. Mr. (iaricpy was the npiiiinn ivlieu the ianr.rr Ins fair suaie iji justice ar.d progress, r very one else it automatically. Tlit; department uf vrhiib JMr, Uari- rpy is the has intiiuatc reia- tiitnslitji to the tinner, and it was Tiie hpeakerV (.pillion Uiat the, muni- cipal idea should he put into prac- tice ovfryvfhori1. ISct-ausc a man is CHURCH fLL TRIUMPHS Loiidon, Jan. threat- ened sylU In tlio flrilish cab- inet bcr-n averted Ijy u tual tKickdann on tiio of Ihn Uoyil (icorgo faction cm tho navy budget. The cabinet luis il Winston Church- Ill's minimum for tho naval i-sil With Exception of One Man Convention was Solid for Free Trade Albt-ita, (armors want frco iru-le. 1'liat Isn't news, iiartk-iilariy. IL is a reiitrtitEon uf what lhr-y have said before. they re-affirmed tl.eir opinions tu lhat direct km oc Thursday- after- tioon i hoy uuanimousiy a resolution along that tine. One man voted aytjinai it. Jle had the-coursge of Ills amUctlonr. There I ys a frellng ihat (here wero others Two Held-Up'-ij tain Cf6W and Chicago Specialist Says Lelh- bndge is Heading Along Progressive Civic Lines HAI Enthusiastically Endorsed Educational Projects 1. Norris. Nervy Train Robbery on Michi- gan Central Near Chicago Last Night WERE THREE MEN jArhool ntre iliis wok. ami lii- jstoi: ivhkii tc.iay nitrkc-l lUv Hlial faniU-rH school i-ruven i jn fu-rv --..VLIV. atn! imotlior vt-ar "itii- f cut it would briny to all vvhu in tbe Uieauu who were OH'OEed to j free trade, lint in tho tilt ovfr- n belinl ;ig majority they did not caret to jjuljlicly face the musie, The Mngte prcUctiouht R-H in midst of the WKPest over beld In Lctlibridgc. He svas a delegate among brother farmer yatee, too. Ilo hfs hauil un high, s-> tluil '-.could sec. His isn't One Took Sleney Passengers om Jan. -tkm in (Jic diffc-rt-TJl br.inchi uiaijy fiom fifty Jav.oy. jjiei-irod In rt-i-iain ihro i thu ;ill'l all VtJtoJ tliL- i nu-ni or. jtrui I lending Jjiiowlcdse cd wgro purlers, a parly lo-: was In rear sleeper of the Michigan (.'enltal Marsliall, minlsiw passenger dnc'-'in-re- sppJie on ihe she decnled in the. form of ic.qeliirr for ti and tiie supplr why he shuultl nirnt, nnd ii Mint spirit hero dass. ttork of it would probably fat; well tfolt o'clm'k. tliis It ediiradon. and Thomas not Id {iuljlUli It. Tlic- might was a serio-coniio affair which netted jjrain of ihi-j ho trabLirrafElnf. the liandit ninler Tlic the fannors un njai- Oi course-the crowd to cnleresl the tniin at ilio of grain, his opinion, but cljccreU him to Irlt i! .iho'Jt lf> mir.-.The mmis-tcr was lieartlly rocr-vcd. tho cdlo hc tuanfitlly held un !atrr wlicn ol and his policy of cJneation fiidorsed lils-hanU. They had votcd'lhcf other thc signalled for cincrg- most It woalJ he a dif- first, and lacy put him lit cnt- thc fieuH matter to couvisico a farmer in BB'MT None of the Big Guns Were Unlimbeted Thursday Speeches 2-'. The debate i direct White, Maying a 500 ;o I shut. ano cnt-v car attacked, -was Itn- first liie Warner has ilie rolilirr, 3r. l.ylo the it KING'S PRINTER SUCCUMBS TO j Two ot the rubbers LINGERING FORMER MEMBER FOR SHEFFORD Stromc, Mr. Colliccutt of Cabarv, Ho- Jantl Ness of Win ton, Kimou was c-stirnatcd that li.fl baiulits got j Tlownie A Soil's of and J. 1 Laycock of Okotoks. Olengnrnock grasrl masks causi-il thc conductor, plon of the Chieaeo International this ar.d porter, lo iviih season, is also with Hie coiilinecnt, their hands- in the air while the olh- being kindly loaned for thc oi-caslon er pair uent through (he crachcs und tv Mr. McGregor, iook the valuables oi the .slecpino; .'Tlio'sclioo! wlil bo moved to Uoiv Ottawa. Jan. Charles H passengers. I1Ml where lilc rannalcc. former member for Shof-' jAI1 of lhc cc'at'lics cvrr'H (me were course Hillhe offeroa to the students ,'orJ, Que.. and KinS's printer for sev- .S The'passengers were noi compcHhi' oral yean, died yesterday, after a Hn- .lo leave their berths, the robbers geriiig illness: He was cOitor'of tho tcaclicrl in, Imuling out clothing and Waterloo, Gazette, 1875 to 1SSO; grips, searching them and moving on. commercial editor of Uie MonlrenV H is said thorn several women Herald JSSO-1SS3, after which lie re- oii the.trnin, 1mt notiC were .snrinnsly turned to the Advertiser. He was act-, affected by j Ivc Tn civic life, and was Identified Thr whole aHair was worker! so with the dairying industry. He was smoothly nnd with so tilllc Iia-J of yoar in T. i-ir- tiio t-lcvator tho his iann- crs nlioii Bellied, dcivn to roy- ttue hard at day afternoon session, and duk-avor- ed 10 gel buck thp tiuiu lof-i over tcntrovt-rs-j.. Time nnd when, the close of the F-SF fion. yftc-r a lunji the con- vention the osecutivi' tom- niLiiee lo mako emle.ivor lo taur.i'Ei nnd into at kasi ODO co-operatEve nliinl during liie, tin; ileltj-'aits fell had dene a. yoLnl of buKiuiT-i-, ami tnbeii y. titiJ whk-li will ovt'iitually alleviate the grievances wilier nhic-ii fanu-.Td now1 in ilif; bof: niisLP.c; industry arc com- pelled to f-arry on tlicii Stevens Speaks TJiiTft flOZta ifons tho pork pa eking imtuAtiy. fho'.'.Iisij the Lujjiortancc in uhloh it if held by the hirmcrs" ircni nil tiLiits of tfcii province. After a lone discussion tho wliole (rend" of v.-iiich proved tiiat sonit- thing should hn done for the farmers in tho matter. pro- vincial live stoc'k commitsionpr, ad- Jrciatd thn to explain ilio of the co-ojjcralh u system uf pork [jatliinfi plants wliich iht gov- L'] n me ni is vvillint; to finance when shown that the farine-78 who arn rriis- jtig thc r.iw nro really How it Works" Vndt-r thia system ot co-oporaticn the jirovinr-ial government is willing to tin an co lfic construe I ion and op- eration of a tfanl i.i any district the fiiriiiero pledge nniiiinlly (ry keep tlie plant work and nt any time thc supply >s sufficient to warrant tlio building ol ndrtilions to handle thc" surplus the governmt-nt will bect on the nr.iTilford, Out., .Ian. Taylor wns banged this morning for Hie mnrdcT of Charles ttawfon, a thirteen-year-old lad, in a most manner on September last year, Taylor wont lo tTie scaffold without tronljJc, Ilioiigh he bad spent a. real- less nighf, wllli AcTfiirnnt of Ihn Salvation Army by bedside, Holmes was (ho imngmari. coiiliiiL-nt, anil jns nlready won high eVecleVlo "ihe" Vioiifft'of "commons'in that the ciigiue rrew knew nofhi'ng'o'i Conors at Iho Intern jtional, wliere he ISOU. 1000 rvnrl K-OJ. He vns a-Lih- ernl a nil and in his [ifly-iilnlh year. c- SIR JAMES HOLDING HIS OWN Tiitunlu. .Inn, 8ir Jamofl Whlinuy I'.iss.cil ;i toniiuiiM- lively gon-i night, and Is In ;i fair ooiiilftidn lijia niotnlriK- Tliin WHS thu bulletin .Hlgnc-tl by the Ibrrc (jo.ilftl the; Ccncrnl at H BLAMES THE GOVERNMENT London, Bug., .Tan. Daily liie Labor party's daily jiaiior. a KBVCTO nrraignmenl of the government (oday. nnil publlslK-.i a re- >iir.iVjMg iiinr.-ii.rour death? from starvation In Kngland. the hold-up unt I after it liad been accomplished. Althtiugli ttie roblers wore r.u it is a very poor des- cription of was nhlaiiicil. The cbaclics dimly liglilc-d. on N'orthern. DOESN'T SEEM TO BE ANY CHANCE OF SOVEREIGN BANK INVESTORS ESCAPING EMPIRE PRESS UNION SENT MEMO ADVOCATING .IT TO DOMINION COMMISSION Toronto, Jan. no of- ficial has as yet been niadn as to the present financial affair.-; of the Sovereign Hank, it does not serin likely that (lie holders of outstanding shares uii1 the Imposition of double liability. The outstanding obligations air.ount to aUout exclusive of {L'S.vOO in circulation, and thn (jncslion of discharging tliega uitl lik-r-ly Tradp for five years, hut they wrrc pnivprlrss without legislation .u very riiniciiH (o instilulc. OLDEST MAN IS DEAD .Inn. SAVING THE PIECES J'lj month, Eric.. Jan. were bcgiin' loiTay Enbir.arlno AT. Thc siibmaniip locatnl tuo MAP SHOWING SCENE OF WRECK OF S.S; surface, tit a dUlaiicc of i it. v i: .1-1.1. v sl.ort. j .V.H.. Thomas Oarile. n im v.-ai jirn- biliTy (he oldest ninn in f u- is rjejd at Xtiv ngcfl I2'> lit1 n 'N.S., lieavy loss of llfo. ;