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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AUCBTA. MOVtttMM MM LIBERAL PARH STANDS Hon. Frank Oliver's Declaration Before the Electors of Fernie is Positive and Clear He Deals Effectively With the Liberal Policy on the Labor Question. .Fernie, Nov. Frank Oliver, Minister of the Interior, addressed a big mass meeting here last night in the interests of Smith Curtis, the able Liberal candidate for the Martin Government led to th ublic house, lie saw women go in to drink Then public houses which had been kept-under observa- iou for the same, period during eer- -ain hours were visited by women, aking with them young child- en. :The chief constable added that the practice of taking infants and.young Children to public houses all hours k-as general arid extensive. He had een women beer to [rink to make them: sleepy and quiet. Mr. Morgan, a .magistrate, in com- menting on the report, said the driuk- ng was mainly done in the lobbies public houses. It was a disgrace o the citjMhat women should stand here and men -who .wanted to use he smoke rooms had to crush through congregations of women. FOUND AN OLD; CACHE. Edmonton, Nov. workmen engaged in remodelling the old Hud- son's Bay fort, yesterday unearthed 40 pounds of ammunition of ancient nanufacture. The find consists of about 100 shells and 390 pounds of which had been cached at he foot of one' of the stairways', which s now rotten.: The shells are of pe- culiar make, used only in the old Ballard service rifle weapon yean igo. The date on the covering ,ol the box was 1865. The cache was AMMUNITION which we carry is of the best, and prices are right. HOWARD CASE CO. GUNSMITHS LETHBIUDOE ALTA M. P. P.'S TO RESIGN Montreal, Nov. news comes front Quebec- that Mr. H, Derrpsiers, Conservative candid ate. elected by a majority of 24 to represent the coun- ty of -Chateauguay, at the vincial elections, but whose! election was contested, has sent in. his .re- signation. It is also stated that ex-Alderman .Derinis Tansey, whope election 4s for St. Ann's division in Legislature is being contested by his opponent-Mr. .Walsh, will resign his seat tomorrow, when the case is called up for hearing on the merits. Mr. Tansey, it: appears, will admit certain- acts on the part of some of his agens sufficient to invalidate his election, It is further stated that Mr. Tan- sey will. .again seek election in the same constituency, but this time with Aid. Gallery as his opponent. AT POINT, OF SHOTGUN Great Falls; Nov. with attempting to intimidate voters at the polls in Castner Coulee" at -the point of a shotgun, Charles Logan, a Republican arid laborer at that place, after being roughly handled by the ranchers, was yesterday brought to the city by Gordon Ferguson and ar- raigned before Justice Safford. He entered a plea of not guilty, and was, Ixnmd over Mo; the District Court. Unable to furnish Jbonds of he. probably made when, a band of In-1 was remanded back-ito 'the custody lians-threatened the fort. I of the sheriff! await his trial. tions of the province, where ther was any considerable labor vote, o the. eight hour law, so that it becam an accomplished fact. He also dealt with a number of Mr. Sherman's statements, on behalf of the Social- ist, candidate, and indicated the fal- lacy of his arguments. In conclusion he endorsed the progressive policy of the Laurier Government and of its intention, in time, to build the Hudson Bay Railway and the Georg- ian Bay canal, to deepen the party. (A do that t Ci I land canal, and to carry out other prrtty often.) Ami we deal with the i, c t> beneficial public works. capitalist as we deal with the others. (Laughter.) My friends laugh. (A wonder.) "Do they not remember that last fall. there was a dispute be- tween machinists and the C. P. K.. the men asked for the applica- tion of the Lemieux Act, and the company rrfused be bound by it; (U; thov rtrtt romsmber that company had to submit to the opera, tion the Le.inieux Act? And, when Laurter's Great Work. He, referred to Sir Wilfrid Laurier as being the statesman who had taken the first direct step towards a united British Empire, by giving a prefer- ence to Great Britain. This action, he said, was being copied by Aus- tralia and New Zealand, and would also be followed Bouth Africa. Ke support s by Confederated Let us proye to you how much this; range will save you The home that owns. a Ciurney-Oxfonl Golden Nugget Range fuel food health, time" labor for this is the range that was built to save-just these things. GURtfEY-OXFORD GOLDEN NUGGET is the lowest-priced range containing the special features and improvements of the, highest-priced ranges- It is supplied with a Gurney-Oxford reversible grate that gives a constantly bright, live fire and burns every bit of the fuel to a fine is no waste. In the mcrning a turn the grate handle gives you a quick, bright fire. Yo'u don't have Joosen a single bolt or nut to change the grate-from coal to wood burning: _The fire linings can be removed disturbing the pressed steel top. The range will never warp nor crack for it is built of patent levelled dead flat steel. The range is lined asbestos so all the heat is kept inside tc do your cooking. The unusually large oven has a drop door that forms a solid basting shelf when open. We know that the Oxford Golden tfugget Range is the one you should have m. your kitchen. High extra i GURNET-OXFORD CANADIAN RANGE This is ths range with the new divided flue. This divides the heat and sends it over the front of the oven well as the back, keeping all a perfectly even tempera-, ture. No turning of pies or evenly baked cakes -with this range. The Gurney-Oxford Canadian is also provided -with the reversible the grate that burns all the coal. Built of the finest, planished steel- blue finish steel, lined with asbestos. Large oven with balanced drop door. 7KICE. f 15.50 T made, and it was in favor of the or as citizens of British Columbia. If you are not men a'nd Canadians the mcn' not Billing then this contest, which concerns! only Canada as Canada, has no spe- cial interest for you. (Applause.) A Campaign of Sectionalism. "I am surprised to find that the Opposition ?tre determined to make this a sectional campaign. In the general elections their weapons were to consent to the award, exercised inr riphl, which the Lemieux Act nevi-r intended to take from them, to quit work and po on strike? How Hid it prevent them? A How did it benefit them? "The Lemieux Act has been the means of settling over 40 industrial slander; here it is sectionalism. The disputes in Canaan TO the benefit of people are inviled to vote in this' all Canada, as well as to the parties Dominion contest as British Colum- to the dispute. To the' men who further steps unite the colonies to (iroot HP looked forward to the time when Canada, on account] of her population and wealth being greater than that of the British Isles, would be the predominant factor in such an empire. He thought that, in "time, it was likely the United States would join the confederacy, and the result be that all dis. putes between English-speaking coun- tries would be seUk-d by arbitration; and that the United States, uniting the British Empire Imperially, TTOUIQ enable the empire to dictste to the LUMP SALT for CATTLE Any quantity. Prices right. Highest cash prices paid for HIDES AND FURS A. CARRUTHERS CO. LTD. FORD STREET, NEAR THE MILLS P.O. Box 608 Phote 260 ;