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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATimrUY, MAUCll 10, 1017 i'ir, DAILY HERALD PAGE SBVKN f 'Guch a' (lint al t fiJioyM IJQ takoiiilii'lo thu provincial raanury, ;'niul- given 'la the not It t district In ft collected. ]la rlf-'IJ an'J clone Inspection of etnum oilers operated. lo tho coal mines branch, the minister finltl Ihat owing claimed (hut !f the wcro divided Hie QuLimL haying toon far In number of luid liecc9HH.rlly to Ijo ho tvas proud lo be aMii'io eny, although ho clM not Hike credit for wiiat was by the luHjicctlon (lojiarlmeiil, tlui muulclnalltlce arid (ho R'JVcrHuient, Ihe collections would lie tho Ic- Klblnllnii vraH nol uclilavliiff Iho pur. poso for wiikh ft U'aij Intended, Ihat making aneculalonT In land and tho uucnilom were also Included hi absentees puj-, Continuing, the nteni- ler for Plnchor Creek again, urgei] Hint more attention flliouljl be given (ho construction of main Toads, IlirouRliout the Jn order lo liurmlt auUlom getting Iholr produco to- market, that the tolo. protection of tlio lives of their employees, that although men were ciujiloytul no casualties had occurred. Coining in Ihc subject of roads and hrhlges, Stewart'said llia.1 Ilia from year to year 3 system had an accumulated snr- fairly level nntl presented some JilUG of lib flah) that liiuro {Hkc f200.000 cacti year.- Blhco 1005 wtro dtElrlcts Bellied U'hoaol H'cro had tccn expended li'ucn noUlloiidiE-ior tele- iirnl could not not iho umiilRullun.- He iwinnluliicil aloui formere nol ijuhig able to gel connec- tions! with Iho Kyaleni although thuy offered to pay for the work. Premier SKlon disputed the state- ment- M, "Do you allow Premier alwnye have, purttr-ularly during Die last year unil H iiair." Mr.'Hoadley Mr. lloadlcy. crltlc-lblng the speeches of [lie premier anil provincial Ircaa- urc-r, anld the people were hclng aeli- cd lo pay everything In'tlic way of laxntlbn and "In Ihc way of contribu- tions lo (ho revanuc of tho province, they had the (ireinler's own word far II that financial urlaliig lio presumed bccrtURC oT the war, IcrJ htm lo hcllove that Iho pro- per aiid right policy "was to have an 'syiuiiniliy for Ihe C. f-T. II., yet Ma" sympathy, as well as tlmt of I Jib provincial treasurer, WJLS very llmtlecl when "they were dealing with Ihosc wlio had iu pay the Vlhl loncl las. Then the Dominion government jvere nrgcd (o collect Ihe outstanding ihoney :'oli'; tho''school 'lands, so that Allicrlw mlgliL he hcnellKcd lo shine extent. Still a gruat corporation uilh millions ot capital Ihat had (ailed to do Us duly (or years waft expected (o receive llwilr sympathy. Coining Lo I no telephoned, the mem- j.ytere bunchea of far- per redly, Lcr r mers r luiild thd'i'J fries i 'kandr'hand '.thtni" over to the KOVernmenl; bu't'thc system -In orfcci Ilio. ulill OH bridges nnd on ferries mahtny In all an uxnendlturo of He irec lo tonfc.ia, not that a very large amount of money had spent nn roaits (it but [t woulij I recollected Ihat weather coiuUtlona that yciir were conafruc- llmi. It took a great amount of cour lio, on (Itc jiarl of a minister lo nit li.ick :uid refuse to do what 1m was frcll aware was accessary, 7Jul In; was (acci) with the fact that If.'the work were carried oul, It would dls owing to weather conditions. Continuing, the minister said ho must lake Issue with tlic member for North Calgary, nod lio prepared lo gay that ho knew cf no trunk tlml co-aid have been built Jn any bet lor way. They haO had full value, Coi ihe L-onsLrucllon and was lo take the member for North Cal gary sijjy oilier'in ember ot the legislature' nnd show him whore the money spout. lie was firmly convinced that If llic lecis lalurc wet-c prepared lo volo 000 or upon a scheme for construction, the'people of Iht, province were not In a condition lo tahe advantage of It. atlvlcc was lhal they tihonltt go slowl> uiUiMho time came that tlic people were Ii; a position lo lake care of Ihn roads that would ho constructed. Tho maintenance of HID roads after lfie> had been huili, was as; Important n.K Uiijir construction. Pppplo had to lie educated in these mailers, nnd' while he, did not (o nninlcLpalilies; 'ho lybs rnimleipality.' lo, liorjfow Hi to ___________ _____ ______ ..__ ,im what was i a 3" well ns'ljav- meimicr Mie Jiousevwoiild agree hl'" also -T IUL: aj aLuiLJ, 1I1CIHUUJ ilLSU w ili. Ul con'" telephone -'yervice." and not the individual1 until the .Initial cost was ;If systeiiLJin he aclvacated were" adopted he held it wouM bo V "BOltiMon-of the (iilenhone dlincully Iu HID province lines were'corjcerned, and would save Ihe expenditure of money hy the Jcoii- Ihc Ihe subject of ihq schoo) llindK, I Mr. Ilonrlley It was but right and jljiit justice tliat .the should 1 receive every ..ecu I of. interest on iDoncy held in tmsl-fbr It; Thal.tfhs beyonil dispute, because the mailer Ihc school lands went hand in lianrt In his judEment with Alberta's of IhD natural resources. He thought they lind arrived at the point when the possession of their natural resources had become absolutely de- sirable and necessary, and they would jhare lo get together lo "insist upon seeurins them. .Dealing with Ihc public "works de narlmenl, the member said' that the minister was entirely loo modest in -This, Isq said, was'oho the largest ''questions in the pro- Ince, and they hsiil been dealing with roads and bridges' (hat meant so luch lo Ihc development nnd pros- erf ty of Alberta like -a buucti of plk- "I (hink." FfliJ Mr. lloadloy, voril is in brilcr; 'wo arc talking bout turnpikes." The for declarer! that the money 'olcd for- tho public works depart- nent was but in Iho liutiket "el (heir credit' must IJG good 'con Iderlrip the. loans they had rnndc nd If H were good, why not get tho noncy to provide facilities (or en- 'Hne ihu lo_ iiiakc cooil on c lanU. Hjs Explanation Concluding. Mr. Iloarlley spoke on C subject of notnlnatliig candltlntca Ml the question of iin election, aud regard T.O llic former ho said thai party stood for Ihe protection of Interest of crevy member of Ihe ouse, while lie was on active service cross tho water, a statement Mini as received a general applause. rcgarfl lo IhQ nomination of a. Con- otive In Penibina against HIG sit- ng. Liberal member who- was now r era ft as. he explained that Ihe nomi' took.placo because iVwns nn- nrBlood that ihe member might nol a candidate at (he next election. >mlnu lo Ihe crldclsm of Ihc pre- !er in regard lo Ihc preparfttlons ConscfrntlTca had made for nri ccllori, ho accounted for Hie clrcu him '61J onerB Grace anr] Freeman liavo rclurneil from Nelson Lhby the Incinerator built (here by AW. Bel! at a cost or about as aealriatUhe usual tost of I UnitciljVclion of Motor Qwnera; Hiid mow for patented Incin- erator plniitE. They nvo well satisfied with tlLQ working of tlie N'elaon plant and bollcro J.PlhLrJJge can equip It- of South bership (irowJng MAP" OUT PHOGHAM SOON U'llli fitly In full incniliors alrcaijy paid with a similar plant large lo handle tlic city's garbage for about The relumed commissioners llifi incuibcrslnp tho revival of mining fu Hrlllsh illlfio Juat gelling down lo rcnl Columbia Js vcrv encouraging and ihcj thu jjolhbrhlfie Aulonioblle oullook for the dovjlopmcnt of thu club Jg bofifnnlug lo Bljnjic up for mines in the Kelson dlsirict Is very business. A me61 Ing of thy directors; blight. A new Hineltur for ihe extruc- v.-AS held at C o'clock Jael evening (nation of zlnR and sulyhor from tho Chinook elub when organUatlon and ores 13 being built, which Es fllscunscd. It was decided, at the meeting tlmt1 the first essential Is membership In order lo provide Iho funds the club will need this summer-to carry out a useful programme, So the mem- committed v.ill redouble Its cffortb during the comhiK week In order lo hrliifi in every auto owner. Then Secretary Oliver was Blrueted lo wilto Iho different towns In the south relative to Iho formation of cluhs throughout tho whole of Southern Alhcrta. Once a ntimhcr.ur clubs arc organized they will bo to appoint a delegate lo meet, the dlrcctoiB of the Lethhrldgc Auto- mobile cluh In onlcr that the pro-' gramme for the year may be put on basis. The main work of Iho year Is the erection of signs and'sign posts oil all Important roads unil the small town club can. help a great deal iu this work. United action Is liecesEary, and to Ihts end, uiucrshlfl in the Lcthbrldee club well as In the clubs of the smaller towns Is necessary. Secretary OHvcr Is writing also for distinctive designs for nulo club members so that a design may be eipccled lo give miutiiK an I IT'S ALL IK THE POINT OF VIEW the Lethbridge bcrshlp cards arc" also being Issued, and anyone "who bas not boon teen by one ot the membership romiuiUee may call on Secretory Oliver his (lues and receive bis card. Members who Join during llic month of Mnfcli arc _charlcr members and do nol re- tjuirc" to ;hc .elected .Iu membership. L.Tho Ixiilibridge.Automobile club Is 'only a already a good start has liech, 'made; auil'wilh every jn llic city i ivltli Hie- i'.li'c ;'NorLli there arc vc thousand dltfcreot ''kluda Willy. of must lie li'i, to assume full responsi-1 'Die minister said that ihe govern- ment was doing all that was humanly possible to provide accommodation tor the incoming. settlers. "Everyone who came in wns an asset lo tho province If.llicy could keep'hiBi on tie-land, and', thai their'; aim. -ami object: 'The business OL raiglit lio described -as coiisLnicllon along Colonization lines, and., he nsked-the Icgisiaturc-'not to lie stampeded into huge, expenditure before the people were prepared for it, nud prepared. to the government. lhal tho house go keep .with the g The resolution into committee was passed and Deputy Speaker Siulili, hnving taken the Itcni ot the eslfmntes "was considered and repaTtqd and" the house ndjourned until Monday after-j noon nt four o'clock. Albert, aged (hrce ami a half, had failed lo respond to verbal reprimand. and at last Md mother saM, "If you liavu you will have lo b? Vou iwyild noi like (bat, would "J wouldn't llhe daddy lo was iho Quick rc-ajionso. "He doesn't know how. 5pnnk EXCELSIOR" 18-3 HENDERSON FOUR CYLINDER Tfci'fi i( is! 'i'lic best'fcs most powerful, f.'islcfil ;inil in cvni'.v wsiy llic i1 on Ilic rond, Tlic good old X is niacliiiic n ycai1 alit'iitl of tlic niiniitc. THE HENDERSON-a new four cylinder Motor Cycle Embodying HIP. 'test idcus of iiiiloninbjlc design, us us Hie most siitcc.ssl'p.l fi'iitiircs oS motorcycle construction. Sec Tluisc New LuxiH-y MoloL'cyclcs'on Display at Lctlibvidgc 511 Sixth Sired. South TOUR- NINETY iTIie best steel, and genuine highest grade materials forged, cast or welded into shcipe by modern machines of scientific nccuracy insure Ihe high efficiency of the CHEVROLET The resiliency of ihe chassis, the pliancy tof the tup- porling springs and line upholsVery insure comfort. .Our mammoth -production and efficiency methods makes possible the low price of SOLO LOCALLY DV i Alolor Co., LETHDRIDGE ALBERTA'.- OSHAWA.. bctudjtig! Elcclric Lights Staitti. CHEVROLET-MOTOR COMPANY OE CANADA. LrHrTED :HEG1NA. EASK.'' .7 Don't AVear a Truss! After Thirty Years' Experience I Hava Produced an Appliance for Men, Women or Children That: Cures Rupture. 1 Send It On Trial. If you have; tried else, coino to nie. Where others IE where I havo'my greatest'succcaa. Bend attached coupon today-and I-will send you my free Illustrated took on _ _ Cl Broohs who cured himself and Jlher.B the benem of Wid' hlm Mich: ond Its cure, Bhowlne mr Aprllaaco and giving you prices anrl lion of Iho litcratnro by statins it "inics of many people rtho ban; (rird as meant A3 R conlribuliou (or Ihost! il anj were cured. It glTe's insitint ho were looking for Information. He Uartcd that there was an election l liac no aged for last fall, anti he asked irero send e members of 'the EoverriTricnl prfc- Is Ir red (o stand orr Ihelr feel nml say oncc llATl Ihoir oath there was not, a chM- anrt rcnd ge thnl was greeted by'Ihc LJb loiid laughter. lc. said (hat unless there was somf- flnllft knowledge when fin election 3 to be held the opposition had no to be prepared, (or an nllon nt any time. Hon. Mr. Stewart Ion. phnrlea In closing i debate, "Eald thal.'noLwUhstnrLdlng v crlMcUmA that might do made, tclloved wag'jwllUng 16 FC the 'rfiparlmoht, credit for .en- itorlng ;init tho dolnilcd (he heal 'posslrilc manner. king 'up first .work of the branch, the minister stated .1 liierc was ng provltire In ihe tnlnlon wltwre ihere was such a all others fall. Hemcmb: ITPS, no harness, no lies. on trial lo prove what 1 You arc Ihc "Judge nnd scon my illiistraied boofc you win be enthus- iastic as my hundreds of patients whoe IcticrA you can nlso read. Fill out free coupon below and mall today, 1U well worth lllmo whtlher Appliance qr noL FREE INFORMATION COUPON Mr. C. E. Brooks, 513A State Please send ma byv plain .wrapper.. j-Our book and full infonflfttUm abonl your Apjilianco for Iho curb- 'of rupture; mall, in Add City Slain Mount a Powerplus Inclian, world glide past. When Spring sends the sapx coursing through the trees, when the 'grass shoves its-first tender shoots through the ground, when the :crows gather-in of the big pines, won't you feel the tugging of the great outdoors? Then is when you should mount your Indian. Cast care Open her LIVE. "POWERPLIJS-TWIN Fill your lungs with good fresh air. --Let the the sun play tag yover your.'face, the splendid Indian under you every road leads to pleasure. Speed becomes a fact. Hills and rough roads are smoothed out. You get big car pleasure at sjnall cost. 1917 Ever Tlj'fl, new; I917i models of Indian Mota- cycles, Side-Cars, Parcel-Cars, Bicycles ore we IiaTe ercr built. Leader ot all la the ftluntPowerplue Twin. Strength, stamina, anJ service are Its pre- domlnantfKiiures. Dacked by a year of atiirtllng peTformauccs that have 'made motorcycle history in all parra of thie civilfzetf world, ,lhe Powerplus Afotor.ea- tcrsltasccond year as the powerful, strongest, raosc cleanest, qulctwr siock motor, ever put fnto a motorcycle frame.' Four big, smashing anJ sixteen im- make plua. A bigger, better motor, developUig la lo IB h.p., 5lmplI6edrTrlth nil morlnt parts enclosed. Overhead vitvas ttted, ,no rocker arms to come loose. Motor life increased In'dUn-Sheb- Icr cnrburcior. Dliie Ignition, Worm- .drive- oil pump. Light pressure kick starrer. Nctv and positive clutch. New New and better flear shift. Protected chain drive. Ex- clusive Indian cradle spring frame, the greatest comfort feature In any motor- cycle. Leaf fronraod rear. New triple stem Lfork, vanadium ttte] tubing, .wcbbyd head. Internal expanding'and cilernal (Joodror Dime SirraL Tires. Si Rear New tn-a eomparimeac gaiQlfne rank of 3 rial Oil [lakonrear loop. Iffl. romtdtiablc Indian Tccicl tidilc. loofi. tlaishcd in SaaiauTfd. Then the nencai ieniiHon In motorcycle cycllndrr iriachltie -nlih oppoicd motor. Up to all IndJaaaianJ.irdi, and B and won- Jctlaltf rlbrailonlui motor, Ihe new Side-Cap la more handioeif, mere toriabjc llinn any olhcr tide rtr yer bulll. Ad- Juitablcaile too.- _ Indian Fjrcel.Can merchant! dtUrwy And llitjo ate Indian TlrcirlciHr Equipped and oibrf Indian Bicycles. Hchdee Manufacturing Co. 12 Mercer Street Toronto ,flSi W, 407, 5th South Lethbridge Gunsmith ;