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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 7, THE vLETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE. Phone In Your Dry Goods Hello! 1251 and you get your Parcel Foj: those who find it inconvenient to come down town shopping these warm :days, .we would remind you of our Special Telephone. .0. 0. Department, which jsjahvays at yanr siriallest: order will ,re- and prompt: iil. a Cut Glass Coupon Yet? RYLANDS CO. "The Busy Store" GREA! OVATION Ferhie Liberal Candidate Tells of Some Very Raw Deals By Bowser Gang (Special to the Fernie, Aug. rousing rijl- ly in the interest of Mr. A. I. fisher was beld at Waldo Friday night, when, nearly a hundred people turned out to hear the next member for Fernie die- cue a thu vita) Issues of the campaign. Mr. Fishar did not (irs and si-ored a bull's eye in his strong condemnation of the Bowser government. of the tilings which Mr. Fisher made clear to man- ner in which the government handled, In .its inception and its Wecutioiilljlie Farm Loan Act. The government's 'own made in the house during the 'late Sjgsi' iiion shows that tliB.v-Jiave .-marketigfi' one million of the bonds voted.for thfifc, purpose, having to make a sacrifice of 15.28% which netted the fund a little less-'than These'Jaj-fti loan be .the .best ity that is now being presented io'the'1 investing public, but what a goveniniGJil statements are reliable. -Four yearH ago govern- went reports showed u surplus of u miljibn dolJnte. while lust voar there ft total deficit ot uvor eighteen mtl- is to be increased this year'by some five millions. All this .tiering of provincial revenue had taken pla-ge during the last four years, or whlle''Hhe, provincial government had been -'.under ''the domination of the jireeent premier, Mr. Bowser. Mr. Bowser claims that he iB now tie hefid of a business government, bijt.if these figures, shown by his own are a sample of the busi- ness to be expected from the present of wiiitn Mr. Bowser is still the ruling spirit, how do the.peo- ple of this district like the prospect? Judging.from the response elicited by these. roaaarkB, they don't like it n little bit. The attempt to hoodwink the people by telling them that ihe deficits shown represent monies ex- pended public works was Hke rubbing it in on the people of this district where there is little to show as publlV'works expenditures for the last three or four In connection with the enormous in- crease and expenses Mr. Fisher cited the case of two members of the house who were on the provincial pay rolls in a dual capacity. Each of these two members.of the leg- slulureih'aoV been drawing twenty dol- B a day a'nd ten dollars for expenses, conflict with the constitu- ,al law of the province which dls- :tly states that a member of the louse cannot draw government pay in any other? capacity. Mr. Bo'ws'er has !ois of nerve, hut whi H second vote of six millions, which in to be only half or the amount needed to finish the remainder of the road; this latter vote being .by the legisla- ture wlthqut any authority vented In them-by .the voters. No one should wonder ac.tionB from BUUII u goyernment. but It will be a world's wonder If the people of this province will .return to power a government which u bus ad Its power, so flag- rantly Its own lawn, mid HO disregarded the real interest of the province by its squandering of the as- sets and revenues of the province. Mr. Fisher received the closest at- tention of his audience and wan fre- quently cheered. Mr. Wm; Robsqii spoke briefly, dwelling upon toe incpiisiiUenuy of Mr. Uphill in his "position of Conservative candidate, while at the same time pos- ing as a wurkingmun's candidate. Mr. was unconditionally a Bowser candidate, having burned his bridges behind him he accepted the nomination a Conservative con- vention and having at the same tinio offered to support any other man the convention might think would he a better party representative than him- self- Mr. Robson.- ilso -took occasion to refute the, claim set.jip by1 Mr. Uphill und his tlmt ho would get al- most all the miners' votes. This might have been the main argument which induced the demoralized Conservative camp to take him in as a forlorn hopo, but arranging to get any set of men's votes by such prearranged methods would prove a very difficult bargain to execute. The Bowser government In thorough- ly discredited among the miners and no candidate, however thick, could hide the Bowser shadow from view. Alderman Jackson, ot Kernle, also spoke briefly and went after Ipie Con- servative candidate upon his record as Mayor of telling .his hearers that Mr. Uphill was a man hard to place upon the matter of public inter- The entire meeting was a singular demonstration of the change that has come over this district since Mr, Fish- er ran as a Liberal candidate against W. H. Ross and John Harrington in 1910. At that time Mr. Fipher recelv- id scarcely any support: at. Waldo, vhile today he lias an almost solid behind him at that place. The meeting was presided over by Charles the Baker'Lumber Co. and the lumber interest-ie. now- falling line and will be almost solidly for Mr. Fisher. TWO LONG YEARS HE SPUED "Fruit-a-tives" Made Him Fell As It Walking On Air ORILUA, Out., Nov. 28th. 1914. "For OTfsr two years, I, troubled with Constipation, Drowsiness, Lack of and Onedaylwnr your sign which read "J-'rmt-a-iives make you feel like walking on air." This appealed to me, sol decided'to try a hoi." In a very short time, I began to feel better, and now I feel fine. I have a good appetite, relish everything 1 cat, -and the Headaches are gone entirely. 1 recommend this pleasant fruit medicine to all my friends DAN McLEAN." .50c. a bor, 6 for trial size, 23c. At all dealers orsenL postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Limited, Ottawa. SCENES AT.COCHRANE VISITED BY THE BIG BUSH FIRES f" di >na net! not to bring in a bill to tlfe eonstltulion, so he Drought in a biil'to validate the action of the {payment to Lucas and Shaw, of mon- confidence in the government which Is administering it does such a dis- indicate? ..Another-significant fact .put to them contrary Mr. Fisher was the increase in civil rto the explicit en'actmcnt. of the con- salaries during the last four years, in -which time the revenue of thn province Btltufcott." This validating act set aside the provisions of Sections 28, 2S Herald Want Ad Will Rent Your House salaries, while the revenues had fallen to the low ebb of less than seven mil- GERMAN SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE JUTLAND FIGHT ad been steadily declining. Last year's j and 33 of the organic law. No one report shows that an annual increase should winder.at: the actions of such of .a round million dollars had been j a'government- in paying out six or sev- addert to the expenses in the shape of en millions-of-dollars to a set of .con- tractors who organized the Pacific Great Eastern railway, and. as such railway company let to themselves, without competition, a contract to build 'tlje railway, issued to them- of stock, asked for all guaranteed by the the condition'- that said bonds should be issued biily, in pro rata amounts as the railway was the amount upon two-thirds of the line, and received from the government. Picture shows fragment of shell which killed a Brlti 'sh sailor, and also a German fuse, are employed in this ammunition factory. PHONE 1224 "My Breakfast i half the says a doctor, "consists of a diili of one or two eggs, or I recommend Grape-Nuts FOOD is mighty nourishing and delicious Made of whole wheat and barley with !tll their goodness, including the piieeless mineial salts so essent- in I for normal balance of body