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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Acadia Medtiicing all Leal lous �ft' I Ij.. . To effect their absolute and sweeping clearan^ i|^ve the reqVred space -for the prq^pr display ot c sees a new r >more as ie splendid cWfel^clf :*6-3avinpa"oGf Minafion.'fo^ ''dedsive ^ - ^ -With thj^ very highest grades of seasonable f iirlMTHB'TREMENDOUS A Vv , iif extra work involved in getting Mock in shape ton thi^ dare, so that tMre wpuid. be no pQssikility of confusion as'to price, and ^.'tKMnrrrrnfthpH SO fhat'choosinafriiciht mi > pflt'ie'aoht Gliib,' he life's the- leading Sori; n "auic Irnni aii oio puritan S}(ju>. cciintrv \o IfiJh was norn -jlajj^f^J^rc^iafps-rind-raw l)00|s| "iGP I i.or( up Tjii uir tr Lii II * > ' � �_-- majority for Mr. Marshall I election ^*^"New Candidate i^/VegWUle VegreviUe^^JVIarch 29.-Athe Vog-; reVille ilheral coilvention-^sterdar. .nomlhatlon'Was seduiJed--h�os. Mc-'Galium, Mundare, whOfbad .'^ otes io 6 tor the ^ate member, J^moMen. Mr. Holden^ha& r^cently'TrS^ved to British. Columhla, but?pJ;oimsl to re-tiim to VegreviUe 'it re-'eleol(' 111 OtatI -W I' Mill iPJiw J II -..on: MdUh )! - rh" di I'I � T~r^.~ % Wltliwn ha I lit .10 oi no eH 1. Ja.�i,.hc s?ou STiEOM |cbii|fijfed liom'- tront page)> _____jledge hlmaell, to tour ie�;"^,4lie .dtrecllbn ,of,,t;he tTB,"Veetused, hOwisvCT, aud fi'}:^'ibon:BervatJve> Horace -H. N- VlSlTOFtrnDORES^b -200 ^ TPAL '^HOlmpSrtant InduE^I 3urliiK"thii t'leveland admlttiBt^?^^;/ ' o?SC2.00U noo.'and ',n;i901';Tnan| ieoSlU r^-oru-Uil^'ution ..ti;the TJn-e*Jitat6D. bttel t orporatlon.i^wlth its an. -(ioil IT i.iplt.11 Ills firm also ok'.i leafliii' piU in In > financings SfjSS'Northern SecuritleB*;ComfWy* '*g!^ith*e,-"*�tl!'-'i''�- Shipping /Trust. ^Wii^ei' and .endowe^ifthe l^ejr ^^O^r^^'-tS^^tk h/n^U"^2e presenC ^Tr. Taylor " fn-fA-nofinnnr hnvB' secretary. teJ^J:; 'The Man fop Olds JMaraliaB,' minister ot agriculture In 4:I*e;;Sifton''goJ'prnment. was renomin-auu,,,u____________ ;at|!' ^i^S^e largest convention itp kiml ill Uii'toiiOitjyi'l'''}^S>^ in'^tho-Jqwistltuenry was repro-�:d&"'ftopaliaj5^T^d-.m^de ' fIB-'ISS' [^et^mefkov^ng. ffoin. a.ldi&: �^^Tri'�^op''tlJwcall^^4*^^^ There'-weresSIO g^Mdortff6Ki,the.New^.^|^saW , HRH^^iJ;"^'-W^y**''''-'''^''^ iS:.^enH;,nO;5n^afIansv.�er6Mreached a - dUoilsalpu -\yaa started as-' to hCy the ::{�9i^^shcpit^e|^ai^ �qpzenidWegate? sprang to their feet ll^ftdfdeotod''there was no need of a 0N^ THE SOIL ':;ms Agriculture:"' : WHYJT PAYS ^A'pMERS^^jff;;'-'' S't TO _ BUtCD, GOOO Rb'A|�8 (Fourth in the^ sifrlgaiof'.GobdvROjtds � issued by 'the IAfes6cilat6*Bdar(ffi^;i^ fjTrade of Southern Alberta) ' , Itjwas a theoi;y in.the'old"'days'{tiSt 'al::gppa;raad like a:stt^ight'3iiieS*'as thejtTshortest .distanceSbatVpenS^^twb:- the,; land, and if a farmer-'^wants io' drlvelin comfort, try;ytt" good �'gra'de'd- j5ti,j�ays th^ Jarmer to buUd ^ooa! rostdsi-beoajuse tUey arc aicontroHin^ influence ion termer's ;:Hve8;^^:B^^ roadsii'imperll the lives Now a^^^ people hayi&vptoceeded oil the^flsSliiM'^if ''H0h,~,thkt havlngjgb^d' i-ailwajr's was^.al BUbstltuite for, having good'ilgh,^ayB.i Avinpre/untenabIe,,positlM^^,^^C^ aDiagin.eA!l>.(I-ou& applatft th'e^TailWay i^oesis.jto ;^deyelop "^llfiefl cbunif^,; and of C9ur8e,^thi,8.';devoiop| imflnt-m^aas thesneed''Df^^^^^^ ^^Knios^pn coijntrles have long''Te-' co|ni2�|fiitlie necessity'of good'rOadSij #|.*n�i^tab^J5i'ti;;XoVi^t^^ the-aiafe-'-oft'New-Tor^^^^^ $69O,j0OO;O0O;' on Uer r6ad^,t;and,l,?an| nimillj^jflp,endg^ ,;^$3:8^j?j)j);oqd;-;o^^ .abQue|th�e,,�p6r i'centv^ PuUayp^^n keeping; themsitt^epalri^:"^^^ ErancfeBbeiejis;';not^^^^ �;hlgWa^^thfo^^^ ! w.hio|i;^_3t�inefcpub^jc i'body^|!ls^^^ re8pprt8*ble;for;;itB/confw^^j>. ., n ..M '-'v^^'^^^a'*^g^-gttf/ > � In 1893 the highway,commission pi 'the' * . - -i-i-J *U^f?\tVfe (' Btafer>of Ohio reported, tha'tyhej average"'cost ,o�'''hanla|;e �'oy,b,^.,:>)thp,, roads, o^^'that state wa& 25 .f^nts^v^v^ ton, pdr mile.,, , ^ ^ ; ' ; In i89"S-ihe depa.rtment of" ajgricul;.. ture of the Unlted'Statps after JaxeS-j utim.y lu -^^^.-rsrii^^^^^ tu, Unlted^Statps after ,mye^ ing m ?�^^�l\^^^^jVT?r'i\&'^tins conditions li IZOO., count}e| r nerves npset ap the/are.M^^^ rfpreeentlng nearly; every^stajo la-J:,bj5 to bad roadff. ,,, *-A7,4^## ^Union 'found that the' cdst- of haulage food roads pay not only M'''4''*'5)!r' , - W�nHrii tv* Maol^ay, of - ,JjBpnton, 'aiid"iii' the-afternOo^ tho-^j perl^ii ^ l&Skates tlsit^d.^tba- dempnstrMI,p� , iteenly ;:?elt.,: jklafeMa'ltia^Hening.the biggest, po-'' ' raj.:A 1--"^B-ev^r'heiid in ih\town ad Messrs, Marshall. ift^0lSai enthul^^ M%ntlon/and,the Jonfeetlng; >andv,tba^.>:prospectaj..rweM vbetter.: thant in manys'ofv-the largerraitiefc? ih'.!the east;'; Haipolnted put the flignlflcahCe otthejfapt that jthe-boys' hearts were right when they: were the ionlxorgan^ Izationiwest,^of^Winnipeg cdmpetlng In.ithffi'Blble. stgdyiexaminatioas,; ^ i; Mr. Btatfen: i came ,to L^thbridge from: Moose Jaw, wli^lfe- simila'r/con-feTences rwerethfijdv'and" upon the-^ elusion -pi;.'thp/meetingsi!^er^!w^^^ go; ito' Calgary auidvEdmo^ton ^to conduct meetings alongj tbe-js|ma.i|nes.". v All:Mults*.areswelopme atitpalght's TOe�ftng{ ;�specially{;::Saindlity>^i^^ 'workers.'-"......-..��..�'�.�(�--.� , , ..JJ- I.....r->->.--^,.rr^-i;'.i.irr^Ml^,^,'..!::. ' ; . R'etur,n8k o� the:,houest- farmer; To| lessen the farmer's ,',p; th^lso cause him, to be;i'^ neSiB and bad tempered , goqoadi contribute to the'j^ nes|;om�ort, happiness, .heur welting ot the farmer, and" cre^ tae value ot farm pi} PAYS FARMERS t TO BUILD GOOD , (Fift^ the series on ,0oo4^�'' isB^by the Asscciate BonrdB^^^.! "Ilo ot Southera Albertal-^'JJf ^'-S , All tiling men In all ages-fiijftiijy all co^i)os are'united In the fi nd 1 jmeiita%t that 'without good lo'ad? ?jadvan. any', direction'^ '^^gM* Jmpossiy. Roads are the "and ar|.s hy means of whichiltna clrculatlor the social body i� iied onlhe absence of good ro^i In,'this "intry would havo Tetajf^J['l [..OTpgresAi It not been fo- the. M% B|bat'!t*efc,v-iu of tbe counti'yTj|^|;i ''^ji^ten^ip* rallv,ray9 a^vjincqd^ffll^ iatsnequa h bad been FuppdsSi by'ji^greiany peopleHhs.t"Ui systf which has devfijoj aMw>iJ�^the we�'t;jn:oMi^|^|& ''able than they are in ,thci!iniore thfclc- tsettled east, and it is. therefor^ iaitj ,ii the absence pf speoial|iinfo|&ag iHon) that haulage on Alberta trails Y'-'ffJ^.^^'U iis at least equal to that jn Ohio, or i$!-:.f|a|'.Illinois, or Minnesota, In all ot which ** ''*^ It costs 35 cents per ton'per mile. ' Taking tlie production of grain'in /Sibuthern"-Alberta (cropidfatricts 1, 2-, a, 4 and"5) at six million -bushels- >ifeO,000 tons-and the tms^S^MM :iance-hauled as 20 miles, "By haying ilpod roads the saving'effected would %^ f3.40,-per ton, or l^510,0g0|^3^fi|| lotal crop. ' ^ ' 'i > , The tremendous seripusneaa- ofiHh^ WILL GIVE HON.'MR.-McLEAN' A Rfe^ORD MAJO'RITY HE 'o^f^^sED ;cVi Bow isirtnd,, �arJft4l.l:^Elect.i6ns. aio Avarmfng iip hMQi^^VU^-^o absAn^ of anyone in Uie district' prop'ared'''1;o'^. present tndicatlpifBiftro that',l,)ie.'seoif Will Ko to him byacelania1.o"ri.,i, . _-^ - -//f'^ "1- t~ tl^r.^r^l'fhrf 6 ifVnVlV.IVfiftdeii?. :situatlpn"only begins to ^awn on i];�a�S',pSc ^^^l^ \ w hen'we vealto that a yearly .)ax>f �^'TVi'y, �^'ir 'r.^lAnx xl.:- /.:^+t4,, more than one half million' fqpx,e|cs of Southern Alberta that a, Md.b^^lilne ttiepliVwnW teW' NQRTHEH RKtrd tioawy �aniii; Union "ftndol ,S^' id'. ;