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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHimiDGE bAtLT Hil :u Biiannlecd mutt high- hsu1 the Wit ol building sud Mr. McKeuzle and Mnnil and J. D. Mi'Arthur are Sftt'lus rlcli off the prbvluce el thQ rate o[ J5.MO a imle. Tho spwker deplarod thai Sir The Soldiers1 Volt TUB loader of: the opposition dealt tihaustlvely vim tho soldiers' vole ?i-1 thQ alien eaettjy vote issues. a2d castigated the gui [or holding an electlou a year before IU term was Ueary Drayion ami tho other ot the roeenl enquiring into ttxe. cost cf the roads In this coun- try jldn't know what they were doing when liey sisncd their recent, report on the present value, of those guaran- teed roads -for they took the figures Mf-Kenile and had ha'ud- ed 1-9 them as the cost. The figures were all padded. Mr. Mlchener then proceeded by and Innuendo Premier SKlou. McArlhur, thst their votes had teen hived in Eltlon's famous railway policy. "If a a3 vtas the case in D. C. He spoVe of Ihe boys are fighting acd de- cried the atleiupl or lie government lo ring In the alien enemy vole. The, latter he declared, was as large as the soldiers' vote. The aliens were allow- ed lo vole while. Ihe soldiers are dis- franchised, and Premier Sllton hopes by this act to be returned oa June 7th Ly 'tho pro-German vote ol the prov- ince. "On JUDO Tin, (or this act If for no other, we are going to Intern the Trtole SKton government." II was noticeable that In his discus- sion of the alien enemy rote question Leader Mlchener did not nientlon the bill which vfns Introduces Into the Oliver Implicates Him In Kitst- lano Hul liorhe Su.vg Deil Was Hones! One but It seems that in the Dominion of Canada he steals bis enough he be- comes a knight." The- famous S.-O'V OW bond "shortage" was cioalt with, and Mr. Wctener fllll declares lusj the money was stolen, and if lie UiJ had. time he woulj luve proten it. A secret about the election ivhlcS ni? would tell the vnierf ot Mapra't thai Mr. Sifton's railirsy coalnu-tor, J D -McArthu.-, he owns, ivaut- eil a guarantee ot OV11') a niile on 400 more Kilss of line up i" 106 bar- ren norili where no out' Mr- SHion had 10 be tlectftl to give it lo biro. As lor direct legislation acl. he minion House of- Commons yesterday thal such a. till had been introduced in suffrage. Robert Patterson In. the house before the mealing. L-od-jml a resolution in lie house on To show thai the Conservative to fSO.OO'i each CJ SM'O en roads, ana that B P annual- ly on roai-, fcrVart ol the pavl'. fottr rears He also deflared, for fit of tbe farmers present, per ceni. cf the expenditure ot Ue.prch VJDCI? to- the past ten years had been on-it' What road-loTk had teen 'done had teen frittered ravaj vilh the exception.of va at conilouous trunt roads. V.- Regulate Markets Tie speaker then .weni ;on ?to tell now the government cade .nVyti- _ to regulate the markets or to markets, instancing' the; OOQ'.had been spenl.'tb Rather. Intprma- UOB' about a .plant-bw no-plant but (o. Sgnlate trie nature] "retoiircep iOf thefproT rl tnci Tere described.'Iu meal-; eloqAie.nl language and delv into the hlstpryiof the dintroversj -ovif Ihe: conlrol.TOl these resoiirces Apposition ,TT ere placed In able to lecore Bordin.'- Too He crillclied for having five lawyere in the'cabinet, crl UciVed tie legliliUpn'.D.tflaattseMlqn as (yote catching for tm beaent ot the farmers, declared tha1 .tte.coTr bill Tas mostly.a Joke Ttlch the" homesteaders would'never: a'vaj themselves at, said he himscli had ad ctfaper. tarn 1510 when money was ROT dldn1! Intrqduce-euch-legisla nnlil they nad frittered credit ot the province In guarantees to railwaja. He .said 1 wasMmposslble [or the govertmenl It cheaper money bills .Intc force because the money can't be go the present time. He also.Mlilh government can't loa.D money I than the loan companJea. The'.speal admlttea thai Hon. Dili can Marshall was enthusiastic- and-wa maVlng good In aJUioush ke had lOGt f40QO per demoDslraUo farm per year since they were bough He-dwelt also at some length on -llj dembuslrallon school promises. The; have been p'romlsed to; constituency In the province and Co two or three lownn' In some conslit Shearing '-of Southern Alberta' -will start at any lime today, and the acmth the clip o[ this district, amount one million pounds markel. 5hearinc at It. C. Hnr plant Chi t' smal In other places, ely after larg sheep will be sent t esl Pass points for asm irafie. In all about li find grazing In the range est this summer. EulooTzet Rulherfoni Mr. Mlchener then went on to .dea wltX the public debt of the provl'nc ftnd' the railway eulogl 1ng-Hon. A. C. nulherlord. for. lhe.fi policy which had roarted.h nntll cormpdon piTernment. The speaker'inmdei'th prophecy that within nve.yeirs ere'rr icrt of land In the province, of Albert woild under direct tax >lo debis Iho present government, (a pi Ingjnp. The provincial revenue only a year oatelde Bldjf'and half ot this goes eico payithe Interest on the c recl'debL The railway chargts against Prei leriaiiCcr were then dealt: with werfe also the charges W. Crojs whom the speaker declare o[ every chargo'brOURh him by Dr. Stanley. The.ral Straye.il near Cardston, a pair country kids.'. Traction Engine JfcEP.AI.jRS Hu ill Mntfi of vilrli M licim or ifOnly hlfh work leivei tmr (hep, we will quote -Jvrt Pint An. t. 1732 peoplL __ .__ ometf inpeelillr, to-liini'lliem out OD une WEtCARRY A FULL LINE OF for All Makes Engines. Osr. plant Is equipped -with machinery and our -drtjare thorouglily compete at to'.iaoiille any work on any kind ANDjPUMPS e manufacture and have (or Roller r-nd Ptate Orfndera Deep Well G. KISCHEL o[ the Iron Worki. would be orrr lo (he linilnas. ;i ll. S'.tveas also took a hand In the dobale. dfolarhig that 60 tar is die goverumcnl cc.-ceJ. iho hud w- douoJoJ to IhoiufWrT'of the I6rmer and (ho ofticUIi ot de- flMLL cani- An Invitation has I extended by .government. At a hour tonight (he Impression to be somewhat' general that ic uroiuects tor the success of the ovo are not o.ulta so good' as they Tills was probably due to the fact at Sir AVIUrld Laurier, .who was re urned from Montreal alter conferring lib Sir Lorner Gouln and Sir Robert ttrden, did not today have Rnolher conference. It Is slated -a circles ibal .lui .to ,be verih" InCprniod lliat the mado i' .nnlla. controlHTHA remlcr made definite proposals to tho of the opposition' and that these re- being consljcred by Sir nd his chief Lieutenants, Sir Robert's ler. It Is furllier staled, is for a roali- on cablnef lu which each party ave equal' representation or pracllcal- so. Undoubtedly Ihere Is murh opposl- Ion to coalition In the rank and file both parties, bul believed, If ho leaders can get together, this will :radually die doiva. It Is not expected that tho conscrip- tion bill will be introduced on Friday .nd the house may not elt on Monday lecause ti I? the King's .birthday. (ho LelljbrMgo Board of Trade tq kulgHts o( Iho grip to hold llieir nest coavontlou in Letblritlse. folww- Ing letter was ordered scjtl nt yester- day's meeting ol Iho. Board ol Tifldo couiicll: Tbe Lelhbridge Board Trado (From Our Don MRcteodj May 3l.-rNoLuLuallon was the quietest 'dav il'jrlos tho c so tar. Bob Patterson WAS nom- inated by Miss Wilson, Mrs: La- C banco, Joseph ittcks and others, la a like manner Georgo Skcldlng rc- ttio aouilnaltou al tho hands or T. H, Stedmaii, E. H. Mauiisell, J, AlcDouaW aud others who arc supporters. anJ now the race licglDs fu 'earnest. Itolh aro confident or win- ning. wliUo ihe frlenUs of each cau- d.dalo arc quite tva suro tliclr man win. Tho CouservBt.vcs havo held one largo meeting, when Leader Iho Grand Council of Iho United Com- :d to the discussion ot an nmcnJmeut o lire tariff resolutions byrj. avowing free admfeiiiaQ-of-bags'used flour millers, wflchriviif negatived, ,nd-consideration of supply. eventns kas a plrlted debate Lover In- dian JeseTro" cipropHaUblT.' prbceed- ngs at Vancouver. Hon. Frank Oli- ver declared that when the land was bought from tho-'Indians br-the lute provincial government tho former Dlnlster oE the Interior1 (Sir. Rogers) had been a party In manner not for the country's good. Hon. Dr. Uoctlc defendetl what had en done and said that whatever ad- ditional money will be secured as.a result of the.arbitration proceedings, Just Received! Carload Tennessee Oak Including all slock sizes, uvl il90 H. P. Wagon Tongues. Buttermilk have a supply'' of Fresh Buttermilk O_H our milk delivery wagons at all times. Per Quart It li better to drink good, fresh buttermilk than the Lethbridge water at the present time. Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 LETH BRIDGE JBULLSJP [AUCTION SAP. Pure-bred Shorthorn Bulls WILL BE HELli AT MIDWAY STABLES, CALGARY On Tuesday. June 5th COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. fEvery bulhli a prlie from the very v bnt-.lmperttJ .vtock.] '.Any4fM wa'ntlnj .a pedigreed. bull lo 'X wtil'lw'Wtli" by tale. 'i-'y 11 i''. J. W. DURNO, Auctioneer, Midway --rphoneii MM33 BECKER YATES Phorx 1384 la tlic Interests ot tha'Liberals la Ihfe'Kruprcss Thuilro. J T. H. SU'diuno received his (oujnllssloa as JJ P. and. had Ills (Irst case tbls n-cek. A. R. ilcKflddcn, a. living south qt JIacIeo'd, very vlth grippe and U was [cared for sonic time that lie would Lo laid up for' Eome tttuc, but he Is today Improving, aad Is able to sit up. !'The Midsummer Day" was repeal- ed tonight by Iho children's opora company. In a crowded bouso. Tho many applauses told hov It vas ap- prcclalcd by the parents and friends ol thp- children. A visit Braund Macleod gives a TIS- (ALBERTA FARM LOANS to' Farmers, .-Ranchers and mny be oblnlned for a period of 30 years on first Slortgngo Security. Interest Kates al Actual Cost. may be mndo by cqunl an-! imal installments of Principal and In-' t crest. Full payment accepted at end of 5th year or nt any lime thereafter -without nqticft or bonus, For further Intormnllcm V. NEWSON, Deputy Protlnclal 1 Edmonton, AUwrta. Uor RQ Idea of Iho amount of ground lliaL h liolug cultivated ns Lack yard gardens, thus carrying oul iho call produce, and save. Mauy moro UUs year will enjoy Ihotr onu'vegelablca, and gBrdon truck. An electric tow boat on a shallow French canal has itrojwUcrs on-bolli ends and IB driven either br bollcrles or poirer obtained from an overhead wlro, clocks In the obdcr. vatory aro kept ninety undcr- Eround vhero tho varlttlon In tern- peraluro has been one de- gree (or Eoveral years. jt V I KJ O Air1 STjllpKTAKlNG SALE During the Month of June WILL SELL AT THE OLD PRICE lliis means big all lines. We would particularly refer to our superior and large: stock ''ti'l-.'1' -r f" K hus" >for -ihc liriiajity of the harness ill., art a branch of a big firm built its business up on tjie basis, of inakijig gjiipecf or .quality goods. iiowNve have a slock of harness. You stiouiilsee it'anrt seqire your set during this stock taking sale.. can show you an exceptionally large as- K0rtmcnt of cutlery, liike everything we carry it is good ami dur- ing; thin sale the price is d6wn. We carry the stockman's knife shown ita the illu.slratiou. TENTS SVo. arc so situated that we are able ito 'offer you, during this sale, at. big reduc- tions, tents of all sizes and different styM qua I Hies. We are i headquarters for tents and awnings. -Get yours during the. 1MED f. -I'll Y t Karneis, -Sadjln, and Qenanl Qooirt, Tninkt, thoc Find) ;