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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 hose By.Laws. 1 C. A. Magrath Nominated DeN^rili.' � liar and MaMter. - A as Jieen. The in*, is 111 some feeling ookskuvAtinks ct-mogft a can DfOATK KOH TIIK COMING FKDKUAIj KLKOTIONS to Advano� Otherwise ADVERTISING. Per Month The Conservative Candidate Next Wcthtestfny Hk* defeated bylaws os well hh the new gns well by* jaw come up for approval by the eb llKcns. There should be mono interest taken In those bylaws than Outre Tho Conservative* of the Federal thft't the bylaws' that wore defended constituency of Medicine Hut met .n v^some time ago will wider the same ! convention in lAHhhridgo Inst Friday 1.B0 a year foie. For reasons several times p�- j titicltt to select a HtnndniM lienrer in viously stated, the Herald bellevos 'be forthcoming Dominion i-Umivu that both should be pawned. j Although tho names of W. l\ Ives. As for the gns-well bylaw. being to , of t.ethhrld^ and Wm, Cousird of a considerable extent sponsible for Medicine Mat had luvn prominently its submission, U�o Herald Miovos it merllon.d in this connection, only is worthy of the approval of the burg-one name went leforeihe convention" eases. Tho Interests ofthv public are j IV A. Mngrwth, a popular heth-'safeguarded while provision is made bridge cltlKen for many yours, wus for the prosveution of a very noeessary ifco!vn\ work nt a tninimum cost ami at the i Previous to the nomination on or- The Pitehert' Reeorelt. C. .1. tiektttorni has received* from Secretary Johnston of the Vetera Canada llasobnll league a statement showing the records of the pinchers. � 2,00 a year 1.00 Per Inch Pitcher Club 5 % .. Chnrlc* a. Mograth is the strongest man the Conservative party could have chosen as tholr standard l>earer j but why be was chosen is in need of explanation. . tn recent years that! , gentleman has not been actively idea* lifted with the Conservative party. In fact, he has boon clashed as an ad earliest possible date, binds the city to nothing except 4o gi\e the council |�crmission to spend not mora than $ao, for the purpose of securing gas in the best possible way. The bylaw does not bind the council to buy the cx- The bylaw J gniiiaatlon for the riding was com-or nobody plcted with I ho following oHUerv- Hon. President. It. |j. llonlen: ' 'vs W. Cousins; Vice Presidents. V P. Sisiions. tleo. Hogvrs, .1. V. Pu.tWi. K, Ut-k�hach, H. A. VanNorman. Works lint Mollis Med Hat Crist Kdm. tttexrud ImUu. Krlckson Kdm. Cook Med Hat Schunh I eth. Kogarty l#�th. Klpp�rt U�ih. Ilurivtt Cal. A Med Hat MvClniiN* Kdm. .4 t A a i si at 10 8 17 11 c tl ft a COALDALE. AO t> 5 a;i 20 it e & u TOM 700 078 oo a 000 500 fiao 500 Mr.#L. J'aulson, of Knox, N.t)., has Just arrived his family, brltt lag viuIIiIh with him. 11^,.^ otcupyfilie fttuiiett farm for tbe%infr tor. * Mr. A. C. Stewart, of Hotttneau, N. 11., Is* visiting lits brother. Mr. Ar thur Steward of tho American Farm-1 ing Co. Mr. MethmK\ the ninnagier of the Norton farm, for the pas-t summer, has U>ft for a trip to the northern part of the province, from whence he will return to his home in the t*u*t. Mr. family wivk, WHB/i MAKING i>OW* WILL .Remember Hint your EWutor should luivo oxperictij^ in the riiaclmrao o( tho duties of this itii|xMrUiiit oflico and a Oiorough knowledge of tPjfiluiinistrntion of o*ti)|efl( A Trust ra| & unl sum if It does not consider the well , Executive, W. A. Hamilton, W. H.;' fact, he has been classed as an ad- vn.i^w I n�irk..t- w r: Smith H !Morr,son ,Ain- f ilHtrnl nnrtv. I ......... � ..... ... U 1 I o 0 0 2 2 A 2 1ft 17 1ft 0 0 1A 8 ;\i ue 21 u 9 an aoo iHJi A 00 a to ;no 1250 THK hlKKI*:|lKN(*K says: lawyer I Liberal party. True, prior to the advent of the . Liberals to power Mr. Magrath won a Conservative, lie was a Consvrva* tive, at l�ast he never came out under any other colors, at the time that party was steeped in corruption and had to face the Lnngvvin. Mc-Oreovy, Hykert and other scandals. He was clashed as a (\>n�ervntive nt ; the time of the "'Newt of Traitora" j episode and other liuiih*nt� of the dis integrating period of ConsorvnlivUm. Sow we find Mr. Magrath appenr- ; ing as an Indefwmlent Conwrvniive. i nominated by a purely Conservative Convention. Why Indciiendent now Is the Conservative party in such a rendition that it is necessary to con-test a sent Indeivndcnt of it ? If so It must be worse as far as 'permission to the council to find gas roth. IV. H. Stead. ' in the Iwst possible way for the expenditure of not more than $30,000. The bylaw should be supported. I. S. Siewnrt. Thompsoa. II. 1 I The Municipal Situation. a week from next Monday Is nomination day and it Iwhuoves tin* citizens of Ix'thhridgv* to look around to sw whom they w�m ti� fill the seals around the council hoard. There nry ivrtaiu nualilications biHh in ixVanl to character and principles, that cv-. cry citizen has a right to demaml of . ^ any n*piranerfectly lovely with evciybody inside and ontsido the{ I family. A man t>uys a gold brick and apologizes for not having tdtten before. An editor walks a mile tn sun to get the faots of a or welding or social function ami spends three hours writing It up �. � . i^es, �no was me oi ( ^.....^ .... .............nnd tells lies and praises people- tin* the Unhl.rl.lge Conservative* at their j�" l^�Hv K..era n* ,UVs he , u| ^ ^ |f ^ local meetingjnst wtvk, asked whe- j beaut .ful story of � I he wo Or.|uu ln|l| |||ll||nl omlsMlon or orrot. or  i..... m.. \t........ti. .........i oil,hi*. rlii. inti'iise numan inti�rest. . . . 'on lief ore committing himstdf to any Magrath 1* conccrne.1 than it was in Thdl�lai*. A 'ow of these niv:-the days of the scandals and nunnvl*' ls ho a man whow IHjmonal charac- ther Mr. Magrath would acivpt or^'ban*'' The intense human intere; tu>t. He had had n U*tter from him ! the humor. puthos. laughter, tears saying that he was. not after the no-'ore all so mingled that the play lie-mination. At this point .lohu liar- c*�nu^� almost a |vrfwt exiunjdc of ron, MP., said that he had received the p|a\�right's art a telegram saying that Mr. Magrath i The mory is well known and grovr therefore certain cp.e.stions that Cv. j *��M accept the nomination If it impresslxv every tina* it is erv voter should satisfv himself up- i"T "'uu.i.nous. which announcement ; 'I �u- friendless orphans, the virion* 'created great enthusiasm. W. C. cwt-throats, the pathetic cripple, the Iws niowit that nominations close, j cruel lagging hag, the brillioiH giving Mr. Magrath the unanimous Preach gentleman of the Louis XIV. charges tive cents straight for three extra copies he is stingy, care1 good-for-iuHhing old cuss, who never | igets anything right and charges four, 'tunes the price of city pa|>ers twice-as large. In short, Ik* Is a con- i founOVd most any old thing and I ought to he run out of town. Talk r about the ice man. How would >ou like to run a ncwspaivr?" in its ministries. That is the conclusion people acquainted with Mr. Magrath's political career must reach. Mr. Magrath is a very estimable gentleman. Ho has been for year* a respected and foremost citizen of Sou ter Is ahove reproach'? Is he a man of .sound business ability; no others are eligible? Will he economy In civic matters as far as consistent with eOU clency? Will he favor an energetic move* call to lie the standard bearer of the time ntv all remembered and are acquaintances we will lie glad to make Conservative puny. The rest of the m.vtihg was given!again, to s|h*eeh making. John llerron. MJ The company npivarlng here is tin? OAKOTA AND AMIKUTA them All>ertn. In this contest ho will b* treated f.|1rly nn.l miuaivly b,,mi,nl (or lh* ""Pn.vo.nont of tho ci-the Utoral party but he rnu.1 cx,',y N Klwla ttmI �^�**- Toes he favor the completion of the port Mr Borden and his destructive 1 . policy and he would not ha* been no: w^'W ** ��h�llb- VoM minated had he not been nceoptable  /� ho n municipal own^r . , , , ... ..... _ m i ship nnd control of public utilities? to Mr. Hon Km and his supporters. 1 Mr. Magrath has l�cen a citizen of; the west long enough to be acquaint-; i tnl with the prog re*** made by the' country. la he prepared to go upon the platform and charge the Liberal |arty with lacking a progressive poti cy in its- treatment of Western Canada ? Is he prepared to say that the west enjoyed greater favor and expan Sion previous to 181)0 ? Is ho prepared to tell the |*ople that the Con , aervative party is the party that fob j lowed an (migration policy that |�eop- j led this land and buiVt up tonus ics ? If ho cannot point to such a record for the Conservative party what ground wilt he stand upon ?. u;'t vote. The hurling of insinuations upon the!:-** Liberals about land grabs, etc.? Suro ly not! for he must remember that the sale of land under Conservative regime suiters by comparison with that of the Liberals. P., the present representative of this riding regretted that he would no longer l>e privileged to act In that capacity since the division of the constituency. Hut in Mr. Magrath perfecting of the waterworks system? | *no>' h,Ml un exceedingly good man who woidd win easily if given the same support that he had received. He eulogized It. I,. Honlen as a great man anil a gr*�at leader. Mr. llerron claimed that if the Conservative party had no other plank in their platform save that of the restoration of the public lands of Allierta. that should Ik� enough to carry the country, and went into detail on this land question. Will he keep the lid down tight ? ls he opposed to patronage in the civic service and does he favor the making of all civic appointments purel> upon merit? Will he give a square ileal to all regardless of place of residence, business or social afllliationN. politics, re ligious denomination, nationality, his strongest acting company yet seen In the we*t, numlierlng sixteen fieople. Koch and every part is in the hand* of an artist. The scenery for the live acts is all carried as is an elaborate electrical equipment and N-auUful com 1 utiles. ! The snow scene Ivfore the capital is tniule se|h�cinll> impresslw by the introduction of a sacred song by i "The Choir Hoy". The lightning ef-I feels, the,, falling snow, the boy singing and the |iathetlc flgun�s shivering in the cold, make a picture not soon to Is* forgotten. M. S. McCarthy. M.P . of Calgary.! \ spoke somewhut along the same lines HANKS AUK SOLID own interests, or any other consider- baling more particularly with tho coal land and timl�er land affairs. He claimed that timWr lands worth thousands of dollars per square mile were being sold to favorites for 185 at ton? No other is worthy of support. Canadian Methods are Commended by Knglish Financiers Sjonking to a recent arrival from Dakota one dav last week The Kcho man was particularly interested in 'his remarks about Allierta. Ho had .driven around the country and had inspected the grain fields and he was simply amazed at tho quality and quantity of grain l�elng threshed. I ^ He had read of the utter failure of | crops In Alberta in some Irrespon* j stifle journals and when he saw wheat i yielding from :U> to elicve his eyes. The mngndlcent sunshiny weather; apl>caled to him also nnd he declared i It to be the most genial climate he* ; L had e\er experienced. Dakota and Minnesota had very poor yields and i the w-cnthcr was so disagreeable that j threshing was impossible. So much 1 for Dakota.-Pincher Creek Kcho. MftGHINF with a Tea Tears' guarantee for We carry quite a range in this line, all with the ton years' guarantee :: Investigate tlit'se Splendid Machines OUR POINT OF VIEW A London cable says: Authentic Ca nndlan telegrams received here tend to quiet the fears that Canada may If you don't � ay your thx** vcu V� * pay fo* privi- Ikmr in mind the bylaws on the j twenty.wiventh and record your vote in their favor. a mile. The Dominion Government l*o involved in the United States iln-had sold during tho partt fourteen ancial troubles. It is gen*.'rally rec-tuonths coal lands for $030,000 yct.ognizcd In exivrt tianking circles here all that Alberta got from land, tlin-Iwr and coal was $375,000 a year. Dr. ^Rollins addresawtJ a few general remarks to the convention before M. (I. II. McDonnell, of Ragle HutU\ near Medicine Hat was calle . But what the i>eoplc of this riding will ask Mr. Magrath is "Can you satisfy us that the record of the Con aervative party is better than that of the Liberal party?'* "Can you prove that the development of Western Can *da from tho tin* the Conservative party gave tho a huge land grant in Western Canada until 1896, tended to develop the vest as It should have been developed?" "Cant you satisfy us that the policy of the Liberal party which has i�eoplod this country whore in tho days of Conservative rule tho land was devoid of settlement, is not in the interests of Western Canada?" These are tho questions Mr. Magrath must answer and if he can satisfy the |>eople that the administration of affairs under eighteen years Conservative rule did more for We�t. ern Canada than tho policy of the Liberal party during the pa�t eleven yoafyj, then he is worthy of a phuu in parliament and entitled to be class ed as a great rensoner. Personally Mr. Magrath is Imycml criticism, but hj> must aspect his nomination as a candidate under Conservative auspices to warrant his shouldering the ivcnrd of the Conservative party past and pivs^nt. There'll be some sore-heads on election day when they find their names oil the list. It's their own faults. The list whs in the city office for inspection. position continues on which Canadian bankers must watch anxiously, He gave attention to the closed leas-',and especially must they continue to e� given by the gown me nt and crit* icized the concussions given the Gal-way Cattle Co. and tho Saskatchewan Valley Land Co. liGthhridge (lour will soon help to make our city more famous. Agricultural Society Will Borrow Mooey Subscriptions to the promised Daily Herald are coming every day. People know they are going to got a good thing ami come uround to say so. Tho wind has l>ean blowing ever since the Conservative convention-must be trying to get rid of something. At a special general meeting of the Ijuthhridgu and District Agricultural Society on Friday evening, H was decided to accept the ofTer of Howell Harris to lend the Socioty $3,500 for two years ait ten per cent. A committrts including President put a drag on the somewhat adventurous elements in Sew Ontario and tho West, who seek banks' help to mortgage the future regardless of the universal money stringency." The Times defends the Canadian bankers from the charge that they have boon under cautious and close fisted. They have not failed to give accommodation where it is perfectly safe. * many feathers in his head dness that there was no room for the motto. Another is that anything relating to trusts is offensive to the present Administration. I IIXI 11 THK LIMIT OK HUMAN* SPEED tFrom London 'Saturday licv[ew\) '-One thing alone can intervene and put the curb on man's desire for Whitney* Secretary Humphries, W. H. I s|�eed-man's power of endurance. AI- Sixteen delegates and n leUer* lUit what are they u^uiiml a -telegram? Fairlleld, (Sou. Honk, and Major Burnett was appointed to co-o(m?nite ryady there arc signs thut it has almost reached its limit. The increase with the Hoard of Tral^ di^ive. but inan-unl^nVr HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I m++W��tW Store Robbed. w.  i To |>tt> Sll,*)nu to -the daps in The Soul of a Corporation. \ aucouver for riot ilunuip's is a\*a,v - ' ahead id the war thut some said was iiuvila-ldu. The truthfulness of tin. oft-quoted and generally Iwlieved statement that; corporations huve tut souls can )�� 1 questioned after tho action of lienor al Manager Naismith of the Alhurta Hallway and Irrigation Company in ; the recent labor dispute. The com- � pony had oITered the drivers in th0 mino� a few minutes to go Hp and from their work as a compromise on their demands of eight hours bank to bank. The miners, however, refused this overture, bu't warc not upheld by tho Board of Arbitration who sat on the case. Justice Stuart uphold tho contention of the company that the interpretation of tho clause meant eight hours, ac-|-i�al work. After tho award Manag. yr Naismith offered to grant each driver half an hour's extra pay �ach tJay for tho time taken going to and work although there was no oc-tiMrion for his making the offer c*- pmorvs psaoo %ad J* VfVfa it lm." 11. (ioodtiuin's Htoi\* on the cor-iu-r of I ted path and t J 1\ mi Streets was broken opt*n ami rohU*d on Sunday ni^ln. Tiu* back floor was forced ojvn. ihe \\\\ rotdn-d of o\ei* twen ty didlat> in silver, twenty -m�\en wat ciies, a ntunber oi clocks, cuff links, That telegram was certainly a big surprist) to Want the Commons Ives. It was mean of them not to tell him they hud it. and other articles of jewelry, purses, glows, and other smaller wearing up.-; finger-message to the brain, or an* to conceive of him becoming absolutely nmchine-liki*-will nlwn.v s iiuve his limitations of flesh and blood. He will nlwu.\h U� a fuivtas-tic creature suhjfct to strange* emotions, uncertain gusts of passion, sud den tricks of iier\es i>r id* sudden exhaustion. Among the daily cutustrn phes iroin the lust of speed H is rare to foul that it is the machinery is at fault. It is the fa dure of the <�ye to transmit with sidUcient rapidity the an ANO EFFECTS For fuller particulars see next week's advertisement WE OFFER THIS WEEK Lethbridge Liberals FOR MEN AND Having a card up the sleeve is not in it Willi having ti telegram in tho pocket. It takes n trick und scores a euchre. Tho Medicine Mat Times gave a very scanty report of tho Conservative convention bore. Mayor Cousins didn't make a speech. r V.*--, ��;Vjy"/ Theodore Honorty of Yarrow, near Pincher Creek was killed last v^eok while threshing. parel. Tin* store hail been thorough-!1 ly ransacked us tiu.- goods were litter ed alt over the place. Fortunately Mr. (Soodtnan had taken home with him Saturday night about $173 in bills thut ho had in hand. No nr-losts huve yet been mude. m'ror of judgement, or a sudden nerve fuilure-one of these which brings uh-out disaster. Man may pt�rfeot the machine, but he remains himself ever impt�rfeet. A meeting of tho Literals of Leth-hridgc will bo held in tho Knights Pythias Also few Natty OVERCOATS Full Stock of Other MakeB on Hand i  on the evoning of A man inclined to bo crooked is uja to go straight to the bad. A rich widow makes a poor invest meat when ahe buy� a husband. The Herald makes a specialty of do ing tho latest and most artistic work in tho way of ball and concert programmes, invitations, etc., and never fails to please the j*joplo tho stock is selected with a knowledge of what is up-to-date and tho work is performed by men who have dono this kind of typography in tho loading cities of Canada for yours. If you get your invitations an