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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                             OCTOBER LOIS OF FUN IN POLICE COURT When Woman Suffra Appear For Trial A TORONTO FAILURE hardware htve ngned with liabilities of and of H fow thousand dollars GOES TO CALGARY chief second vice president of the has ben appointed fuel sgent of the company with headquarters at A great crowd KurroundtU the policfc court this morningwhen the suffragists and the men without work who were arrested yesterday dur ing the disorders in front of the Houses of Parliament were In the throng were many women wearing badges with the for The three leaders of the militant Suffragists demanded a trial by jury Their cases were postponed until Octobsr Police superintend ents testified that traffic had been disorganized for four hours and that eight policemenhad injured bj the MissPankhurst acted as attorneyfor Diummond and and cross ex amination of Superintendent Welle furnished I much amusement for thc Most the other prisoners were ordered to give bonds for their good but to go to jail When one of them was offered hei her personal recognizance she said the presiding magistrate You wonl get any of my money I will goto Down with As Anpthr declared that she had not obseructed from it was the police who had obstructed MAGRATH ANDL1BEKALS OLIVERS SPEECH TO RAYMOND ELECTORS Says Southern Alberta WU1 Have Railroad Competition A Reference To Grazing Leases and Irrigation SENATOR JDE VEBER AT TO A MENT OF CONSERVATIVE DIDATE BORDEN IS Borden addresstd two big meetings on tin Quebec side of the Ottawa riv r yes In the afternoon he spoke before a large audioncs at Shawville and last night he addressed a large crowd at Ay A RESIDENT ENGINEER Great Her engineer of the Great 3 rand beei transferred to Great as dent engine r for the Butto Nas resident engineer wil have charge of all the track from Butte to Sweet Grass to Great and the and Sand branches PUGSLEY DENIED TORY CHARGES Fauk Ol iver last night again visited his old political haunts and addressed large and enthusiastic meeting in the Assembly Hall at That his old friends and constituents were delighted to see him and hear him discuss the issues the campaign was splendidly shown by the tumultuous welcome they gave him and the deep attention given to his Oliver was iti grejit uJriu and delivered the strongest pol itical address ever heard in this Martin the president of the local Liberal Association occupied the and was supported on the platform by several stalwart Liberals made a brief merely welcoming the speak ers and speaking of the happy rela tionship existing between this con stituency and Frank Senator DeVobcr alluded to jtfagraths reference to on the previous He said he not ashamed of carrying the picture of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the record of Liberal party on paper to pre sent to the people of Spring Magrath objected to Senators taking part in whj did he not object to Conservative senators taking active part in this instancing Senirtors Per lejv and The Senator staled that grath had mentioned at his meeting the night leforo that the Liberals had asked him to be a candidate and that they promised to get behind him and push him into The Sen ator said he had no of bringing this matter up in the cam paign but since Magrath had men tioned he would give the Liberal side of when it was uncertain whether Alberta would have two members or the Lib eral party was looking about for can clidatesIf there was to be only one meriibcr Oliver would be the un animous choice but if there were to be two the south would have his address at the Liberal meeting here Monday Wooll said Oliver was in doing away with theland grant in aid of railway con Oliver contended that the policy of giving land grants caus ed the burden of aidiug railway con struction to fall solely on Western Canada whereas the whole of Cana da ought to Cash bonuses ulone were now given and the whole of Ca nada now paid for the aid of railway The Conservative governments jtar was unsuitable and the country did not In the last twelve years of the Conservative the total foreign trade was and in the years of the Liberal government The total under the were as com pared with Ex ports of farm produce were as compared with The speaker reminded the au dience what the government had done for the sugar industry and pointed out that although Magrath might be excellent he sup which the by its had put Much development had been achieved and in no part of it was the result pf it more remarkable thun at Six or seven years ago when Senator DeVober ami he passed the plutc where Raymond now there nothing but Today they had a flourish ing enormous invest ment of capital and an which was unique on the Raymond was a tangible ami concrete expression of the governments policy inasmuch as such was the surely its inhabitants would support the which had stood for de velopment and progress and would prosperity and help them to Had Mach Enemies ported the wrong party and they should vote for Sim Oliver explained that this was a country of government by the peo that election day the people were and as cast I the so was determined the character of the next There was a great difference between the result of a general election in the United The three branches in theUnited States the senate and house of were each severally elected by the ueople and each had a separate the people It has been said jf a great man that he wiis for the enemies he hud Liberal government had made in its efforts after the general well being of the people and he hoped that it might be sa id the Laurier that it was because of the enemies it had The of its bppoh the present campaign were virulent to the extreme und there was no scrupulousness to the choice of whereby the downfall of the government might M brought about Misrepresentation and falsification were used without and the characters of its supporters were slan Jt was said that the public domain had been looted to make Jav orites and innocent transactions justified on the grounds of public pol for the development of the coun trys were represented as frauds on the He appeal ed to those present to judge of the honesty of the government by their own dealings with the if they had and not to be led astray by the slanderous misrcpresen tations of the governments oppon The allegations of wrong do ing never came from the people who were supposed to have been affected by the governments thej always originated from politicians whose interestit was to blacken the character of the Did Not Land The Liberal government was accus for of having sold lane to The Conscrvativ no did but there uot a person in Raymond or an IN A COAL an audience that packed the Opera House tonight and with thousands that could not get Pugsley minister of shattered the charges of about the statement that he had paid Pugsley last when he was Minister of Public Works SERIOUS CHARGE PREFERED AGAINST PRESIDENT ROOSE VELT About this time Magrath was in his office and thc conversation turned to The Senator explained the and mentioned to Magrath that he might be acceptable to the he explained that he was an official of thc company and did want to in terfere but as he was leaving the of fice he remarked that he use his name before Liberal conven A convention was held but as was only to have the one Ol iver was nominated as the Then what happened A short time afterward the Conservative conven tion was held at Prior to it purchased an interest in the Calgary Herald to advance his interests as a candidate for the Con servative Magrath was not each to be a balance upon the So when there was a presidcuttil elec such as now In and a was next as a result of Uw senatorial there pos though not e a Item ocratic as a ni a further general mifcIit be a house nl The result was that under HO in the United did any smgle election of n house of representatives ns sure an absolute change ia policy or Canada aso had three branches in First there was the lie stood in the place of a president in the Canadian He was held no mandate from the While in vested with certain that authority was so seldom used for all practical it did A Likelihood Of One Hundred Miners Being Lost where in the neighborhood that had iad landfrom the governmen to The government did not sell It gave it away to on settlement it purpose being to secure the cultiva tion of its There had been an enormous amoun of land purchased in this vicinity but every acre of it was given the Conservative government as bonus to Ihe railway companj t assist the building of the line from Lethbridge to the boundary an from Lethbridge to Th Liberal government never gave o sold an acre of the land to anyone It was given by the Conserve tive in accordance with its ideas for the development of the Yet attempt being electorsami make them believe that the Liberal govern ment gave land tospeculators and that the people were today paying the price of the improper policy of the Liberal when they were paying thc price of the improp A BAD FAILURE Imperial urpet has lie liabilities are placed at nd assets at SIR AT WINNIPEG Thomas president of tie arrived here from Montreal and will spend a fw days in he city before proceeding west on a tour of inspection of the companys HERRON TALKS AT PLNCHER CREEK HE IS APPARENTLY SATISFIED WITH HIS PARLIAMENTARY RECORD CHANCES NOT GOOD FOR DETROIT Pincher Get large crowd gathered in the Opra House last night to hear Herron th onservative member for address the president of the Association presided and with him on the platform many well known local Conservatives from the district Summerview was represented by Scott Mountain Mill by Lees Livingstone by Kemmis Lundbreck by while others The chairman opeued the meeting in a brief but very appropriate He called on the spaaker of on coming forward to speak was given a great There is no denying the fact that the member is a very popular man in his own After expressing thc pleasure it gav him to be back in his Chicago Team Wins Another Game Of the Series vanning todays game from Chicago has now won thrue of the four games of the championship Should victory again come to Chicago thj chances are tomorrow that tin worlds championship will crime with Todays game was an errorless one and the Detroit enthusiasts as cribed their defeat very largely to the luck of the two of the Chi cago runs which would have been enough to win coming in the third imiing on two bases on a steal of second and two Chicago added another one for good measure in the ninth when Evans singled to stob second and came home on Chic Chances In only one the did Detroit threaten with a man on first and sec Cobb forced OLeary at 3rd and Crowford was caught naping off sec In the last four innings Brown was invincible and the Detroit side was retired each tim in three Thus Chicago crept one er to the worlds baseball champion Chicago has now won three games of the series as compared with the one annexed by Detroit at Chi cago yest Eddie and Minor the premier pitcher of the Chicago team opposed each and the latter had all the bet ter of th altough Bum mers pitched excellent ball in all but Oct broke out this morning in one of the galleries of Koenigshuff coal About one hundredmen are imprisoned in the gallery 350 ft is feared all will b Six bodies so for have been recover Our System of Government there was thc This also was holding no direct mandate from thc there was the House of New Democra tic National committee made public the following statement tonight It was stated at the National Ttemocra tic Committee headquarters that the by promise of had succeeded in having one of the big men of the American Federation of desert President Gompers in his advocacy election of Hryan for the The labor leader in question is Daniel of of the International Asso ciation of nml one of the vice presidents of the Federation OT The Democratic committee alleges that Keefe and the President were closeted for several hours in Wash ington on and the offer of being named Commissio er of made by the death of Commissioner wns made to Keefc by repudiat ing Gompers and the executive Keefc on Saturday last issued a statement in which he said I am going to vote for The source of the Democra tic Committees information was not divulged In one year an unwilling Magrath was willing to Ixi a being accorded the pri vilege of addressing the meeting BELIEVES HE IS CLOSE TO POLE on This was elective and from it eman ated all thc executive and legislative functions of the The party obtaining the majority in thc House of ruled and chosen from their be came heads of the various depart ments of The House of Commons thc arbiter of the destinies of Canada and the general election which decided the membership of the House of Commons incidentally decided which of thc two New the Arctic explor r is believed by Explorer Anthony Fiala to b close to the North Pole if he has not already reached that target of many historic No word nas been heard from Cook since March 17 He was then on the ice north of Cape Thomas Hub own town again he plunged into mat ters The first matter he took up was what he termed the slan circulated about him with re gard to his opponents r He denied emphatically that hu had ever made any such statements and Ione the third Summers ed that he would never descend to Passed two men on balls some of which seemed to the crowd to be like He was cutting the corners in whirlwind and an inch cither way would have changed tho such He had every rspect for McDonalds religion and to buck his assertions he had put up a for a sum of mon y tor be paid to acniiritabl iristif hnaAivesi tution if the allegations could The speaker then up the jthe struggle of series here railway and dwelt on the subiu Wils not so larSe as had been ject at some He said he had in view of Detroits victory in While the crowd today was larger which turned out to view 1than that opposed it because it was acting as er policy of the Conservative governj a feeder for tolls lines and was T dv yesterdays The re paid admissions and bard about 560 mils from the He was the only white man with several Esquimax with equipment of dogs and When he wrote he was on the of making des perate dash for thn pole ov r the A STRONG TEAM Oct Capital of acknowledged presented for consideration the favor granted to especially as the same privilege had not granted to Ihor Liberals at their meet ing the previous He paid his compliments to PeVebor as a surgeon and stated that Magrath was opposed to Senators whether Lilxral or Conservative tak ing part in elections and had stated that it was bcloxc their Ad by thc two political prevail in thc next An election crosse team got back from their west ern tour lust Iilt aiivsuru j parliamentary is in Canada was something more than an expression of It was something a great deal more than a declaration of per sonal or party It was a definite and decisive exercise of the powers of government by the As they marked their ballots on clec Thft opinion of VTniii m tuts ttast of lifting the Minto i You judge of a tree by its fruits and you should also judge of a poli tical party by the fruits of the spi which animates it and a which endeavors to obtain office by such gross should he condemned by a selfrespecting Grazing Leases Oliver explained that the gov ernments policy in regard to all nat ural resources was to get them so that they might become produc tive and increase the stores of pub lic The the the and the fisheries were of no labor and capital were applied to them and the to be derived from were brought into thc general market for purchase and The government offered liberal to the men who would take a hand in developing the countrys natural resources and it did not exact the ultimate potential hich was in The gold for in wore actually given on condition that a certain amount of assessment work was The lands were given away to on condition that they would bo settled and the timber areas were disposed of for a with a view to gett ing cup tal invested in the lumber in so that the timber might be manufactured into lumber and therc liy become valuable for f the use of which was not useful fLrron also denied j The immediately in front of the grand stand was still muddy from Saturdays but the the settlers stroying as a market for Southitie receipts were Alb that he had ever stated Mormons and American should be driven out of the 1 mond was iu He c nsidered there was no finer class of immigrants than the Ameri Th tariff question was dwelt on some as was also the j sew land ThtL speaker contend ed that homesteads should have bseu available for purchase by the old settlers and he could nt s e whv i CHICAGO WON FIFTH GAME this privilege was not i the fifth game The lumber combine was made a of the worlds championship lot of as took most of won W 2 to scoring in the credit for this enquiry to thc firsL and fifth Cllicagos battery Me said it was mainly through hisj wns and Klinff and Detroits fforts the question taken up and I Schmidt and He consid ercd he had saved hundreds of thoiu dressing the Minister of the lon so the countrjwas govern Ivcs accused him of true to his stand ps an independent Liberal in 1806 ave his well d gave known statements regarding thc tim Iwr After thc fiec Clui had given u splendid rendition of a patriotic song tiro chairman introduced the speaker of the thc Frank Oliv If anybody had any idea that the reception of showed Conser vative they were speedily made aware of thc fact that the largo audience was very largely Lib for the applause wns most hear ty and was renewed tinsn before he was allowed to A complete report of the speech will appear for the next four or five Liberal Policy Literal policy and principles had exemplified in the administration of thc last twelve years and thc country had succeeded under Thc essence of Liberal tain was fair and equal rights for everyclass as the New XWstminster ovon for wasvopen to Vvith Rennio and Turnull abs nt aro when a largo rancher wanted to i pntty formidable lot of Incrosse t secure as against other o lense was grant ed to him on the small rental of two rents an the department of thc interior making a stipulation as to the number of cattle should bo Thc at of dollars to the poople of the The restitution of domain was also made a lot of by the speaker i who claimd had not been fairly Many figures were quoted to show how many millions of dollars should have Alber ta in place of what was called the mere pittance of I The grazing question was tiikcn the speaker denying hv had t ever heki a grazing Kast his was de scribad as having gr ally fu vored in as he wns ono the Glengarry Ranche I held several tlousand i at amusement was caused when j the chairman invikd any oposition MASSEY DEAD Aim widow of the iate tlii d last night 36 SOCIAUSK MAY DELAY FIGHT AND PLACE CANDIDATE IN FIELD FOR THE LOCAL LEGIS LATURE applying these the Literal govern up a national of thc people two mont sought to build sentiment which would make each have a feeling in common with his Liberalism was thc sworn foe of section and great achievement had been to get all classes to cooperate harmoniously in the work of devel oping the at thc of Pettipicce is in the city to having just returned from thc annual convention of the Trades and NEW BUILDING OPENED new building cost 000 was formally upend lost night sp aker to come forward and occupy Congress held at Halifax last the An unknown individ got up and proceeded to harancrue the he was possessed vo and his views apponred th crowd would not take him j LIBERALS SUPPORT VER VILLE Liberals today decided to sup port Verville for Maissonneuve for the Huosc of Commons in coming elec Verville sat as a labor t number of last the Quebec Conservative en thai his party would op pose granted closed or leases for 21 as the Conservative go vcrnmcnt had done but it afterwards came to the conclusion that no one could positively say that any given area of land was not capable of cul as it was thc Liberal governments policy to get the land put to the lest possible use s thc greatest addition to thc public wealth could be obtained from land could he obtained from Innd fievolfl to it to gran I n more closed ie s Iwf to ijrnnt rniy subject to cancellation on years Ro if any land After doing some work for the In ternational Union at of a vory broad Lancashire j jredicine HKt Pettipiece will re turn to his home in Pettipicces name has been sug ly am while ho was still as a candidate for the Social lauglnngly disp ist party ridn a S ing will be held this evening to de THE DAY OF THE WEDDING 1 cidc thc labor partvs action in the Daily prcscnt graphs Rome correspondent say i Therc nppcars to be a feeling am that is able to state on the hiph st onff lhc membership that their re authority that the wedding of the j sojlrccs should be husbanded for the Duke of and Klkins will i ncxt provincial which was being grazed at any found to be suitable for agri Continued on certainly occur very s j the decision will be made BALOONISTS MISSING j OeL jvt his COMMITTED FOR TRIAL reached liere the three missing Pudtmastor contestants in the baloon rac of was committed to the international cup thit was startj stand trial on a charge of stealing 01 from Berlin These j Conservative campaign literaturi ships are the Spanish and from the the evidence It is now 72 hours since they i had been heard in the preliminary sailed away and nothing whatever j inquiry before a magistrate here to is known of their 1   

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