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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mn T$i^d\e Quoted feaj|ary Bank Cieal'ings as the tiiUsls of a Plea for Seciiring Anotlierillember for City if; iDvi Stewart H^till Protests Agaiiist the J^ei'fBe^ ] ing Allowed to Vote in Lethbrldge i^/ieft|fliy Debate on New Redistribution Act. . : * tEdimonton,. Alta,, hecrch. 20.-The ' '"Redistribution Bill was under dlscus-i^^^ slbn in the ;Houae ,and" in committee \ oi the whole iieai:ly''alj'ddy today. As >�"�?a* t� expedfed,^ tMe, Opposition . V nought the bill bqthin committee and on the tloov of the House; although, in their anxiety'to-flniph up burflneas before Baater if po8Blble^ It was ru. mor^a. that'th^e Oppo-sltion had of far-!' . - ed'toadceptsth.e ,'blll?'a8 a Whole if the governmenl would ^agree to their wlBhea in'regardvtoijthe oonatltuenoy representied by �'Leader Michener. Mr.'" Michener ^tj^^duo^siy opposed tli^j.addition to his' constituency of, a "portlpn of terrltoty in which ^some OanAdlan Northern^construction'work Irf in'progi'^eB and'about a.thouaantd men ar? employed, ' 'Mr. -^Mlcbener denied thjs^ rumor to whlesfff,aiid g^Wlng oountryj "allowanoe-hadj to ibo made jn any r�dl'�''tri&utio;),-bJIl for ithe vfllflng up of t^MiItor^, -wWiob ,>?aB be-in^ rapfdly' Bettled,*; - ' ''4*popuJatloa;bft8l4:'lS'not-followed. " '�^t&.jDr'provlnoei" said .�-�!t"-j|^ a good deal of a*lot; of'nonsense '*"|l^jgedJ;;aC:aifei wIM^lcSafglng! iiar;*Csai8tribUtlon \ bill, is-belng p anembSFBip, ese^ta' Bo rlE;ht'tW,^e*i^',uii^>Kere and preactf mdraja to'} the, g;ientlem6n''j,on �D('. Stew^ri's'Orltlctsin ^^ ;br. Stewaxt', Lethbri&ge,*in? opening for'the Oppoaltlonfon the'''B6dlstriba; tftj'u/ipbate; sBld^nhajf-had H not befn . , tfiat he con�iderec|^ a'�erlous injustlej* ''hftd-.been dpije to-jfeje city'which he^ had the'honor 4o'*-Tepreaent; apart iroim'an.'liJJuatice\tc> the Consarva-' tlvee/of^ibh'e' provlnoe,' he^iWdulcL nob , hav^ Ulfen Up-tlie' t*ime at such a late *^stli�f;9i4;P�li�8?*�'?' ^Tbvgovern-^ " manihad.i.not, acted squarely^in Intro-du0, while 'if'Ttlii '^meantijjmejp^ndito^^^^ V'. sttt ' IZftO m cor , t9t^^l ?T,l-. .Rtatlan-'?'a� 'b^ prlnoipl�5 he ire^/ ^^.Thore'; |fail I RutherfoM's VieviTs ^ : m: RuUierford, i/fortnAr-'it'temler, said thatJie. thought; the "gfoveWkmfent ,had gone a little toojjtw'fn regard ^to additional representation, and 'Qu9>t^d figures In regard t'c{ the liopulatipn ;for r6present�.tlvea> in thd' PtWr pt:o-vincial leglalatures'ld the-'t^Sninton. He, thoughfthe redlstrlbiittofiy Bill of 1909 w'ent; far enough;�'r'th^lBdmon'-: toiii Dominion eiectwal'^'coijsiitifenoy had; fourteen membfedn itiS'iHoi^e, while Bdmonton hact by no diea.ns the largest popb]atlon.f'--uiii theWflivAt '/Itfls 'certalniyj^ M^ifltrfbuUfebyr said thWaonTDui eo far, as> which; it not respected, will be followed by an ultimatum. >�. �{,: Austrian warships are oft, : ? Scutari.'-' � �. m * � * * �� AGREEMENT WAS  NOT POaE LIBERALS AND* CLARESHOLM , AGpEE ON' FARMERS . AT, COULD NOT ' CANDIDATE (Special-to-Jthe Herald) " Olareahoi'ml/March 21-At a con-^ ference held ybfere' ob Thursday be-twoepi a oomfilttee ,of farmers and IilberalB, It waa .found that there was no poBBlbllity.;; Of: reaohing an ag'rde-^ ment ;whdreby*a; joint' candidate would be placed In tttci field. This w^s.'foun^ to be Impossible be-causelltbe %lblr?tte";i*anted to run ex-mayor, Moffat','; while, Rev. Mr. Pjeck, a pronounced'soclaiis^,"wants the farm-^rB%aoiqi^Bilon>'"v-^Tbere are m'ahy' yrfo '^t^l'ttf jthatfMr.^ grank> Matheson, 'oi Grjiiuin, w6\Jld"hay� made a candidate a'cc&iitablVto" both Liberals and 'farmers', but i�^;gow looks as If there would be, nottih^ doing,'and' if, the ,vote'6aat of daresholm town Is e^Ut f there la fivery ^prospect of a present of the 4i^at .being made to Dr. MciMlllan. Ab . 'tb^" vmi&S.: iFarniers"^ wei;e "givon everything ^tliey''!a^slced for from^ thej government, Itfls/not a' all provable that the Rev,"Peefc will receive'th&Bttp* jport of 'the. central ^prganl^a^oii.'it&UB 'Maich.9}v;w(h^^^ PROSP^CTl'i^E ' ASK JTl^S^E^'I^^ANUFAQTURERsl POR l:01?"'0F INFORmH^ ATiON'' ABOUT CITY lanK .�rlrit''df,l|lTlif,W 11 tag,^ ,tra .Mm "Jt'tbP-theTiiier^S�i , )'t'^�Ott\ m WW Mafov H^^Some Financial Bo& to Explode at Monday's Meeting :Oilie-of,thegtna|tera to come before. khe o(ty: donAclMt jtB � apeclal meeting :oa? Monday la^^^hce, and the Mayor will soling, afm^b which will probably be .som.esp&ti: startling In its ef-.fects., -.0^6 sfM^^dt secrecy Is being mslntblned as^^yhat the nature, of theitnJnbievls/ilTO'tbe Herald has rear son ;to=b41ie'i>e ;tMf >JG1^^^ solicitor Balt-B Jatesi'itrrp to'^:i^onton had tor do .witb';vge^tln^:5'�S)m^ financial tanglie straightened' ouMand was unsucooss-fut in �'doing Bo'^^e mini of muni olpalltlea being ^ relief. \ ^* iTbeJlty'ja; m the Inimedlaf; Btaered...%o^� '' tfon tram the 'not.been" very fhV Becreit troulT i&ade public unt able to afford any.' jjosl'tlon Is godd^ BjeBent Is npf.con-|�)B06nt commTiilca-Kfqf Moritreal have ^uraglng, and. with liilcih will not be Ii6 J\nance commlt-|tpe''of the councl^has considered It, the mayor, flntetnw his home coming bai^ fi^een'to 'a :|;^^af trouble. 1; aorae,4hre^^en^rour hundred thousf a'ndrdoili^r8.l8;'fi^yed In the trans-aK^tiott; ov,erMl^OMth6 mayor Ip wor^ iTl6d. ;,v f.,,,.,.i I Mi aifWruufiyiA^'SLAKESv. p6P^ IaR r sqiif�!(l|g| V RESORT � � [OTMid the;waBjc�!6j?4|at thift^,aaer-t bl abl^.tbTfe . feach t^lB^Jbea-Sty apot: rof ^ Sauthertt'TAlbsrta, bysfautomobtle bi0an' I' reasonable .timet A--bndge ',lt.will take a',commla&ioner wj^th^'a; atajH of at "least', two," a wbolQ.;mo^tlv to gather^the infoyma!t|[on ,l,e(thbi"' ^ "mu^t haye Ifilt Js ,td make-'auirrl , of a sutjoesB'out of Its Industrial, polio?; than It, hasj during the 'past four or jflve, years.*' We'must engage a'oommlSBionfi er at once and ^^t ihlm 'to v^orK] j'Oi'ce*] he^get'a thei'iif'QnedMnformationff|5^|J will be in a position to make progresp in'Oie'^ Indus trial world', foi;'What'^'g^t have 'to offer, catphea'^hr.ear'df^thie?! maiiufactureV'r wl'thout Tany '�h^sltatloiK onbb'pato,_ , '(Mayor iffirdleil^'fln hla offlqeitodd: after, ^irfrindusti^al''jaunt to,-Mlfe4|. ^ and while he Is-even more optlmistlpj b L BE SLA MINISTER PROr m CENIRE TOR A REV. LYTLE POPULAR Pinclier. Creek, March 21.- At a special meeting of the officials-, of the MeUiodlst church, held this week. Rev. A. A. Lytle accepted the invit^r tion that had been previously extended: to .ihlm by: the board to remain .another year. Mt. Lytleihas done good work during ^he-pastyear and has won for. hlmsMf ;a strong position in th�' eateem. of the townspeople gen'erally^ ^ �Herald":W aomei:;tai�e^'8nd7;lt'^;begin ,tho'uglC!i5tIx&^^c|)8aajy;i;oapital-'".would: beC;for!ibS*tr5lStoS6l%rf>Jtbev4ndU^^^^ abWt^ABlte'oii'.ar ]^gfto3itarj;,-Jthyv;ind^^^ He.iretiuirefi.*^ iS , ^ f "^he *f' oompany^B ^ teprpsfentatlve leayOB'tor'^tiie' Old^dountry tOv^l^eii the "directors'on .^ril 4. As In the of other iridusWal Sbhcerns case ifrote^hfefrii^er to the lakes, vehicles .-pUWaWi'to make tfio filp right to the'lafio'iBhore.' , , "^Ajyefirfago 'the local iboa^dfbf trade sttijle^ aii'agitation for a.'brldge oyer W'MV'er.' Nothing "was^ done:*l3ar| ar/''^^'a^few w^eks'ago, ihe quesj 'f-^as'jtaken up wltb W.'Atfeuclianr: ,';.;P.S,to^fay before;tb'e^!p;i:operfa.u-HeBv As the brld|e,_4o^atIonVls �.inVa> Dominion ParlcJ^ -^'ef^Albe||a; eriiment'had no JulisdlcEfenj pr Matter, has been rece'f^ed^^>y^tlie! Jard 'Jfrpm Mr. Buch^an,%riiJyhlciiv ^8aya,>be had an ittJeyvI^V^fffsrlth^the fflimlasioner of DomlnIon',iP^rks;ft& a^lthe latter slatedabatW^epi te^MS been madej^of^-Tlhc MBtf^f; �^trldlieyand as soo|l.';m the Bnbw " 'h| ground, a auFvey.'party^'wHl t "but -to lay out^'^he, location fafdJ^f^'f'plans fo� tho'steiufture... The '^^'ImmlB^Ion^r stated tl&f W'expootSd;! f'brk^e'^would be eartf ^^tfiis,oaae, WaterfonjiakesiJyil al^Bariff this year/.,|d,�j:gTjas,3Leth-is JlHaa peiple;^ are Vcog^i^^dj-j-an^, p^e'who have viaite_d^thi65r,85ot say., 'ls(a riyal in everj^ w^y."ijj / seen by the" Mayilir-omit^is ^rlpt he f^nds that the clty*'is Jalckliigijln much of tbe-esseiitlal infortnatlon/for .this feed m'ui>iiiut1f'tlii8''''w"ill. .be^pbtained for their, repreff6n^ati,ViS tand4orward-ed withoufrdelay. /' V ' ''^ > Hiin niinriri i ' in Piche & Miron's Plant Secured and Tariff Fixed for Slaughtering-Will be Centre lor Big Dist-^ rlGt-^Mr.Finley'8 Excellent work. \, 1 ALL THE XBUMPE.T.ED' C|pNCE-SJONS;^Tb S>I^i^P^.MEN ,ARE, V-'.The^repprt is durrent" that tbfrfaom-i 'inio'n 'g()yernmentvbava. changed Itheir nulnds' stbb'utiestablljibing a^wool paoki ta'r=^'pl2iffitana sor'tiiifer and shearing, base, li^|g.eth^rlJfija/'dlBfriCL' ThlSi new8*&'rS;eV'flrpm^reliaw'e source ^and* there Is-a^probablllty of the.'&ijeepmpn^ helng 'fittjr'^fl BomcSfesazlng .landa^but ,all th^rafeer/favork gi^|s!hemes.,w'hich,' were .fSnffunced with ^uw?* "ffourish were aAnounc^ed V;ih'>oh>*,flouri8tt. thrdugy4'i^liei"e mjiy|be',a ao5*ei\�&nt' wes|;w#6le of ^tieja^iuge.-'. ;^'-'This:pl(ui^fiy''%iie~ Su ,:fect ^ -' '  " hibiting the hawking of impure meats throughout tlic city. > .' - The,aim of this plan will be to help the farmer to dispose of product, rather f)han to discourage him> The establishment of an aba1>tolE, With inspection does not mean: that the farmer will not be allowed to slaughter on hie own farm. "But fto must bring the carcass together with the heart, lights, lungs and liver- atr : tached within a reasonable time at-* ter killing, so that the en'trails may. be inspected, and if wholesome, be government stamped. This Will be the consumers' assurance thdt his meat 18 pure. On the other hand, the cost of slaughtering is so much lower than the farmer could do it for, himself, that he would m nine cases out of ten, be ahead by driving his stock to the abattoir, have it slaughtered-and inspected. and then haul it ta ^ wherever he likes. Won't Affect Retail Prices ' The cost-of 10c. to .28c.V,vper: hcadi: for the. killing ot. ihutton and pork will not affpct the market 'Price oneH tenth of a'cent per IK, and-still the farmer ' has, the advantage-of satisly- mgf a; customer wholeiome. that his meat la HENRY LOVE,WAS PRiOii GOILI ^1 - " ^ FLE8HERT0N. WIFE WAjS CONVICTED MURDEREJR;.,,, , ED ^ AFT.ER ' ' ?'! p'-DELlBBRt " " .>'0?f- ?lWiyea*U bttog'ln a verAiot of MM. -iti'th^ h*6uae>f|.'mt;eve� li.f .OUTSIDER .18 A. 4, mm iii mi iSt? %;^W^4eJr^iferB.a&dCbtbi|^t)V  imsm- to ithe muchv , personal'i afcttinti^^ butqheting, for^wiih l&r&Tie 'er.m .charge'^ ^li;thc?,ljlitchei have-^tOj'aq,,}vould' b6,.5il;o ^^'^py;er- " cost of operntton \'*,ThW, Sratwri; bc?n thoro1i5hly..dj ^' fplltjwjing chpge^li tjUjrp? Ill' e\t'tff\el^^js.nommdI, i \n III? butihprb ai:icqAhAtU>�e| i anl vW\wQuld" not,jb^,.recLulred' tto Wd^^'P 'tVp Wnth^ ,after,^�,i; 'a^. was;.: kufe WestedTat the ma8s-,'me^tnff^^hel'du;-1 asi?. 'igatv-'Sunday lin.the;c-rranf Tlwur^.\.\;'} UtIi:c; ballot's*'con ai I'-rt ih*. 'queattenr-V.'i i.X'Aj�,you\lii:fav,6r of^glvlni, not'ca. Bonnp^l^, >drGor8an?l'^'iT. 'a - 'i"( , " Th^ polls vtere open al the Coal 'Cr^ok,minesIfton vj an.7-toi^a pfm;,'-andjMe-VG�nd*f.Tli��ttre from" ' ft:aO^P.mhto-,^,(00/pjn.f^a% . * i ' lAOut'-of a^^btahof liiZi^ole', cas't. itww^ejIn.'^fayorSiiL-, though 'thia>>dQsH�ilatS ed't :g,�upfi?n5, Buoh. ac t fl. oha&iiO ! Bfdtatioa ^Tforonto., ^aa:ch,^.?38.~The^3'|^mi \ Lwbloh d^velope4;oyer theimlddWT*�af - ' aifern'v Ontario wHbT tewlflc forc*. Infltotipg tttcuBind-. of doIUrH>-4iai arc THE LIBERAL POSITION ^ pL aia Match -v Vatenont tutnori/ d i>V->ri m Si mmT *'tcun,oil�'paSi. Wilfrid lau'lcr -wab la^uad^ ^-^7* odn% lncfirh'*n ^j'litnHyjitf'S caip In ihc ipadlotic o 6p,thS' ^'^S? P llfi'Li Nantcl, nawl-BOll ai tuaV iw^lwTj^o' m 50 18078367 39 47 ;