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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD FrWay, March It, tOT3. A^RIOH, FRASIIAinn] TEA Oi^ion's Ohoic��t UttttT th� World Producaa. SKAbEO PACKCTSiOMLT. BiMily ePMn and Mbcwl Premie^'Sifton Delivered Speech Refuting Aspersion of Knockers SCHOLARS PieiORE! SCHO Fleetwood Pupils Arrange'Fine Entertainment-Pack the Building for Them oiv- the i-Rilway development in Alberta under the Liberal admin'stratlon. He said that undea- the proviucinl guarantee policy adopted in 1909, 1,500 miles of �teel, repreeentiug a vrUh" of |S0,-000,000, had been laid iu the province, and in addition 780 milf'S had bflen graded. The government policy ^vas also responsible for a large amount of railroad coustruotlon by the C. N. R. in the southern and eastern portions of the province not unde;' guarantee. The value of farm lands ahJiig the railway branch lines had, duriag ^he last three years Increased $5.00 poi- acre. In thirty years previous to the incorporation of the province and the coming in of a Liberal adminiatration, there had been bull; one thousand miles of railway, whereas today there was treble that amoiint of railway line in the province. Regarding telephone e.xtensious. the Premier said he thought more people had telephones iu Alberta iu proportion to population than in an.v other province in the Dominion, and they had also, he believed, a better service. But it was not complete yet. The rural lines of this countr.v were not paying on their own basis, but with the assistance of the long distance lines and tjie exchanges we are able to keep on extending those lines, and the peo-' pie did not have' to pay the interest on the six millions that had been expended upon them. But even if the teiephouss were not revenue producing, he would say that expenditure of money on telephones, was worth more than double the money it represented. If the farmers were to continue to do their business on t/he beat possible 'basis, it was necessaiy that they should keep in touch with distant mar kets. and it was in that way that the 'phones were valuable to the farmers at the prch'ince. In rural settlements, too, the.v were able to secure quicker response to calls for medical aW, afld thus to save life. These wer^ I advantages which could not be reckoned in dollars and cants. . He had always taken the view that a government-owned telephone system should be kept in an efficient state, and lhat capital. account should not be impaired. There were corporiitipns' which would pay much more than six millions for the provincial Jeiephone system, and give them a very large bonus in addition. (Cheers.) Figures were quoted by the Premier showing that in the past seven years,; $83,328,365 had been expended by the. proTinoial government, while the cost incurred by civil government, that is, for adminstration, was $l,14tj,694. Saskatchewan had - eipe^nded in i the same period ;$23,000;(M)b, and had spent on administration $1,165,000; while Manitoba ^had expendeid $26,-813,289-six millions less than Alberta-and the 'administration ..liad the ! cost $1.348,290-^Jr $200,000 more. ! On educalipniiitiiose seven yeai's and I the figures wei-e: Alberta, $2,539;00O; Saskatchewan, $2,294,000; .Manitoba," $2,318,000. For education e.T;pendflure: had been: Alberta, $2,204,000; Saskatchewan , $1,206,000; Manitoba, $885,000. Proud' Comparison Notwithstanding the' tiiuch greater amounts expended In Alberta for the benefit of the people at much less cost in government. Alberta had, during part of that time, only Ijaltthe popu-latioi of Manitoba and only two-thirds that of Saskatchewan. These .figures, Ha:id the Premier, showed that, the Liberal administration was one on bv f Even Better! Think of any soup in the ^_._J ''ifetipe-book^.think of (your favourite it for dinner today and make, it-better than ever before, like this :- Vhen the soup is^servtd you ll-hnd it beiteraffdihlcker and-more nourishing^; TM.�i-ii..jis.iurt, you'll like-yourfavourite soup so much better that vou'U want to improve M'^^ ^\-cyy Soup-'ecipe in'the bdok by adcjing "A little.Edwards.'" You can usi �attiards' Soup,as:a. liasis for, practically any soup yburjtriak'e. Although .tplendid b} u itli Edwards' Soup blends so naturally with other soups that it seems like a port ul the oriiginal recipe. Get a few packets of Edwards'.Soup to-day. .1 EC. per.piaeket. _ .', nmiictaUd Souis mt moiie.tnthrtte varttiut-Brown, TMMfo, r�w*rrctared from W^i* r;^.-B*n our new CooU Book. Write for a copy post {nee ^T'iS?' ' ;v!.%pr�aentatlve8 for Manitoba, 8aik^ ^If I'^'f . Vf' -tOhewan and. Alberta. , which the government could appeal, when the time came, for a renewal of th^ coufidenca of the electors. Michener, As Ucual, Not Ready Kdward JUohener, leader of the Op-pooltion,' asked to have the debate adjourned. The Premier was at first unwilling on account of pressure of business, but yielded to Mr. jnoh*n-or's plea, and the House went into .oommlli>ee of ihc whole o" private legislation. Mr. Michaner has given notice that he will move on Monday that no writs for election be is�ued until after thirty days following dissolution. He will also move for a commission to inquire into thfl e.\pendllureB of the province. , � The Afternoon's .Work The afternoon was ow:upied in the. consideration of several important tinaacial resolutions in committee of the whole. These were in regard to raising $,^,000,000 for telephones for telephones and public works, raising interest on Canadian Northern securities to \ii pet cent, under 5uar.intee oi 1!�11-12, fixing rates to be Charged U� insurance companies operating within the province and for granting as�i.stance to the Alberta Farmers' I'llevator t'o-operative Co. When the pren�ier moved on behalf oi Hon. .Alalcolm McKen/.ie that the house do immediately resolve itself into a committee of the whole houss to consider a resolution respecting a bill to raise $5,000,000 on the credit of the province, the leader of the opposition, K. Michener, moved an amendment as follows : Knocker's Work "That this house do not resolve itself into committee to consider this bill until such time as there is presented by the governinenl a resolution of the dilTiculty into which the province has become involved in connection with the Alberta & Great Waterways railway." Mr. jTichener said the house was not warranted incurring further bonded indebtedness for $5,000,000 until they had settlement satisfactory to the house of the question which was costing the province $1000 per day interest. Not only were tliey having; icr pay that interest, but the province was, discredited in the eyes of the linancial world. Mr. .Michener said that interest charges on the debt of the province and on the bonds ot the A. & G. \V. Co., were $1,090,000, while if this ladditional loan was authorized interest charges would be brought up to $l,.'i4O,00"b.; or. sixty to sixty-live per cent, of ttie %hole of the provincial revenue frbrii/'local sources. The credit of the province today is in a deplorable condition, concluded Mr. Michener, "despite editorials of the government which try to prove that provincial credit has not been injured." The,, amendment was seconded by T. M. Tweedie, Calgary, who repeated the assertion of Mr. Michener that t-lie credit of the province was in a more deplorable condition than that of any other province in the Dominion of Canada or elsewhere. . Premier Siftpn in reply said not much attention need be paid to opin-tons-ot.the teal estate, journals from which the leader-of-.; the opposition had tjuoted. The business of the province was not; going to. stand still, nptwithstanding. what ,-i|iie opposition thought about the settlement of the A. & G. W. question. In order to carry on the public business of the province, it was necessary to raise money in the ordinary way. Members on the opposite side had even advocated an increase in the expenditure, not, .of course on accotint of the fact that there was going to be an election, but nierely in the interests of the public. Money had to be borrowed because the e.xpendilures could not be met out of the ordinary revenues of the country. The revetiues were increasing, hut money needed to be borrowed and it would be borrowed as was necessary for the development of the country.. The resolution which was to be considered in committee >f the whole WAS as follows : :"Resolved, that the Ijieutenant-Gov-ernor is hereby authoriked to raise by way of loan on the credit of the province a sum of money not exceeding five millions for the following purposes : � 'Carrying on public works authorized by the legislature, three million. 'for the construction of telephone lines, two million. "The-aforesaid sum of money may be borrowed for any term of years Ddt exceeding fifty at a rate of interest not c.vceeding four per ceat. per annum. Mr. Michener : "Will the bonds be sold at four per cent ?" Mr. Sifton ; "The bonds are not sold at a rate of interest, they are discounted." Mr. Michener asked why it,was pro-Posed to the rate of interest on the Caii^idian Northern railway securities to four and a halt per cent, The Premier : "I am very strpngly opposed to .raising the rate of interest of this province. I have no doubt that this raise in the rate of interest, is merely a temporary matter .and the matters the leader of the opposition has mentioned have no more to do with the interest on securities of this province, than have a lot of oth-ihiugi on ihe credii ot otliei; couu-, tries. The effect of the present financial condition, however, gives the leader of the opposition the deluded at ot to idea.tlMkt acts of this f;oyetnment,:atfc responsible, for something which , is aftectiiig the whole of the civilix^d world. "I repeat agftin," said the Premier, "that"the credit of this province is as good as t.h�fc of any other province in the Dominion, and bonds 61 the other provinces are selling at the satfne rates and for the a&rac kinds of securities. There never has been more than a cent to a cent and a half difference, and that difference is accounted for by the diflexence in date when they are to he paid. The rate of interest on good interest bearing bonds is not permanently raised, for the same thing has happened several times during the last thirty or forty years. The interest wUl go down again and the price of bonds will go up. Even if you pay 4 5 per cent, or five per cent, discount you have settled the matter once and for all that your bonds are interest bearing the rate of four per cent. The house went into committee the whole and reported the bill raise five million on.the credit of the province after which the bill was read a lirst time. Hills raistne the rate of interest on C. N. R. bands, the bill respecting assistance to elevators, and in regard to insurance companies were also reported from committee of' the whole. The resolution affecting the insurance companies fixed the initial licence certificate ot registration or renewal for insurance companies doing business in the province at the following fees. Fire and lite $300, accident Guarantee $200, mutual $100, all other companies $100. Lethbridge Charter Reported The following bills were considered in coramittee ot the whole house and reported /or a third reading Saturday : School Ordinance Direct Legislation ; Rural Municipalities act, James Alexander McCaffray, Towiiof Cardston, Town of Macleod, Village of GuU Lake, Lethbridge City Charter No. 89, Wetaskiwin Charter, Peace River, Great Western Railway Co., Lacomhe and Blindman Valley Electric Railway Co. prize winners atregina fair Regina, March IS.-^'Saskatchewan's Winter Fair now in its third day, reached the best stage this morning with the Judging of Clydesdales. In the class for stallldhs'foaled in 1910, the following wer�J''tKe prize takers: . First, "Bit of Fashion," owned by Hugh Gllmoar, of Pasqua; second, "MontcriefCe Lad,",owned by W. E. Ellis, of EUisboro; third, "Prince Alexander II.," owned by A. & G. Mutoh,, Ltimsden.^ ?jlii the foale^ of 1911 class the following  were winners; "Merryfleld .Cedi^c," owned by A. & G. 'Mutch, Lttmsdeh; 2, "Free Trade,", owned by Robert. Sinton, of Regina. Canadian bred Clydes, mare-gelding, the following were winners; First, Brookside Lad, owned by G. A. Studt, Fairmead. This was the only entry. The judges this morning announced the winners in the stock judging competition of yesterday as follows: . Draft horses {fi\�t section)-First, Harold McLean, EUisboro; 2, G. W. Whittlngham, Edgley; 3, V. A. Gal-bralth, Edmonton. Second section-1, Alex Hall, Nut-ana; 2, H. Malcolin, Regina; 3, G. Harrison, Llpton. Beef cattle (fir�t section)-Ist, R. Brown, Brandon; 2, S. V. Tomeche, Llpton; 3, A. F. Davidson, Watrous; J. N. Salmon, Llpton. Big crowds are in attendance today despite the cold weather, and the fair promlees to be the best yet held. The poultry exihlbits are ibetter than ever before, though slow- progress is being made In thc Judging. GOT OFF WITH A �Winnipeg, March 12.- YEAR T,----------- -Fred G. Hoffman, found gulHy of manslaughter in connection with the death of John Clemens, at the Llsgar Hotel, Selkirk, on February 19, and strongly recommended to mercy^ bj^ the Jury, was this afternoon^ sentenced by Mr. Justice Gait, to one year with hard labor. On being asked if he hid anything to say, he replied: "I am very sorry for what happened. I had no wish to kiir Clemens when I struck the blow." Mr. NEWLYWED new ttad of ��lt wi! are,u�lBK�, Xt �UriCltt,doun'tit7" Mr.. NEWLYWED "SJ-'ZV'J'J! WINDSOR SALT. ^J"" aimit U-Mld It was the cmiy ktod hi� cUitomcM wonld have". ' � M,. NEWLYWBD ,.ia-!'Well. � he keep, lach good alt, I guew eyerything eUo ia hie More must be good, �> I WOwW do �1J my iradiOfC there, �1 were yon". Mr*, NEWLYWEDmid-"! intend t�." �t YOU'LL FIND CHARMING STYLES atthisSTORE At no other season of the year are stocks so attractive. The store is resplendent in the full glories of it's Eastertide Fashions. Presented in the selections are the choicest styles in Tailored Suits, Coats, Blouses, Gloves and Neckwear. Ladies^ Tailored Suits at These handsome stylish suits-ate among our finest sind most rarefuUy made garments. All have supprior silk linings; cotlls are weighted and filled with silk shields. ^ Skirts are plain, side pleats and plain pannels. Regular -$30.00 values, SELLING NOW AT......,...... $2,5.(M) Tailored Suits of Blue Serge and Fancy Tweeds at $i9.ob As carefully tailored and hearing flic "Mi-ladi" Trade Mark, which is always a guarantee of style and quality. You'll find them Hie greatest $19.00 worth you've ever met in Clothing. Regular $25?00 values, SELLING at .......-------......$19.00 JOHNNIE COATS Also full length coats for Spring wear, siiowing now in a big variety of materials and styles. Prices $10, $12, $14 and $18.00., Easter Neckwear is Here Ix)yiBT>V-Lace' and Silk and Reque Robespierrt' Collars. Prices r.uii from 35 cents : tfj 1,-UU ..The New Wide Lace and Embroidery" Jabots. Pretty velvet bows, brilliant set lace bows; velvet bows -jn tailored styles. Prices, run from 26c- and up to..... ...... Ask for Theiatre Tickets when Buying Neckwear Saturday. Easter Gloves and Corsets ROUIULON kid; GLOVes^Bi'ery-pair carries a full guaranteed, two but!t:ore'styles.'  J , ..'^l.oO ami $1.25 $2.75 i16 button'lengths, per pair ......... FOWNES-16 blitton silk Gloves-r- Jf51.50, $1.25 and $1.00 CROWN ELBO i+ENGTH LISLE. GLOVES- IntBU black, white, srey. and-croani:-; . Per pair Qipl^TON AND LISLE KOSIElilh" ,^vf",'?� "'S'.^t Satisfactory Corset at the price. ' PJxW fine quality Lisle hose with high0c aii(i75c.. A-La-Grace Corisets ; $3.50, $3, $2.50 $2, & $L50.: The most satisfactory corset a't the price. Extra Special Of fering for Saturday With Every Sale of Merchandise Advertised by us in this issue, we will give FREE TICKET to the Empress Theatre. These tickets are good for admission at any time. .  FREE Long Crepe Kimonas on Sale At $1.50 we are showing a very large rangQ of Crepe Kimonas, full length, fine ino across shoulders and edged with con trasling shade of satin. Shades, sky, ing across shoulders tan, purple and rose. edged Saturday, each, only shirr-navv, $1.50 Special Values in White Muslin Waists For Saturday and Monday A big collection of fine fancy Muslin Waists, iiigh or low cut co/lars. Very fine embroidery and lace trimihings, some buttoned in frofit, otiiers laslen in back. Values up to $2.7.5. On Sale, all, one price. $1.65 The SIMPSON CO. Lti S0C1ALI8I EDITOR no JAIL Eaterson, N.. J., March 13.-Carios Treaca, editor of a magazine published by the Industrial Workers of the World, was yesterday sentenced to two months In Jail for disorderly conduct;- � � Tresca led a mob of striking silk mill operaUvfes Uirough the city streets. Recorder James F. Carroll told Tresca In passing sentence that the editor's punishment was light In vl�w of the fact that,he was defend- ant on two chavges-iiof" inciting lints. Several; of the .-strikers weTe; sentenced to ten aiidAtWfen.ty days in jail. Two detective sergeants ', aii^^; two pfati'olmen � wei-or'arrested' la6t,| night' Chkrged ' wltli.i grand � laroejly be'cause th'ey confiscatediSpop coijies- ot a Socialist jtjiiicatlon,"' - , i " The Wish and Colonial Pbto|raphic(^^ 7th St. Entrance to Shei-IbckBIdg. 30 ;