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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBfllOCie, ALftEfltA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER StI, IMS Hi P.O. Boi 417 Phone 366 I FORAKER PREPARES TO FlQHT the Will Make  Statement as to Character of His Standard Oil Connection Cincinnati, Nov. 18.-It is now practically �8�iired that the fight lor political elimination will proceed -in Ohio, with Charlos P. Taft, brother of Judge Taft, bucking Senator For-aker. It 18 understood Senator Foraker within a few days will issue a statement presenting evidence of greatest interest and importance as to the character of his Standard Oil connection in the past that will put his ease fairly and squarely before the Legislature as a candidate for re-election. ^ THE CAMPAIGN FOR TAFT I Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch out your lights at any^iour of the day or night. Electric I Wiring As installed by us gives the greatest power and lightest metre bills. r Electric Supplies Of good quality in stock at close prices. �. McKENZIE & ROY Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St., Lethbridg;e, Alta. Phone 204 MONEY CQIhLECUD FOR THE HOSPITAL Canvass Made By the Ladies' Hospital Aid Was Most SRccessfuiNearly a lliousiune Dollars'ReaUaMid Get our PRICES ou Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock (Toronto Saturday Night.) The morning after the Presidential flection in the United States the New York Central Railway Company sent out over one hundred telegrams releasing orders for, railroad euppliea and equipment aggregating in cost $31,000,000, . "I placed these orders some time ago, and made each order contingent on the election of Mr. Tnft," says Mr. W. C. Brown, vice-president of the compi^ny. "I enn say iJoaitivL'ly that other railroads of this country have either already, or will within a few days, release orders like those of ours that will aggregate $240,000,000,'' There is practical politics and effective campaigning for you with a vengeiince! Imagine the influence of orders for $240,000,000 worth of supplio."? judiciously placed with in-diistrinl concerns all over the country a few weeks or months before the elect ions, and all theao orders mnde conditionit^on Tail's election. "Elect liirn and wo order these supplies-defeat him and these orders are can-colled." Would not the news of these orders be spread up and down iluough the manufacturing centres until every workman would be made to believe that the shop.s would boom if he voted for Taft. and that the .shoiM would close down if he voted for Bryan? With a pressure so gigantic exprting itself in liis favor, is it .surprising that Taft won? Mr. IJiown spoak.s for the railways alone, but wliat additionivl millions of orders Wire placed right and left by other hugii capitalistic yinfluences, and made conditioiml on the election of Taft? Against thJH kind of campaigning who could stand up? Thi-y do not call_ this bribery or intiiniiliition of the electornt. "We di!vr riperationa." This ia the e.x-lilnnution put forward. But does not Mr. lirown perceive the true nature of the thing done? If a few men in control of vat^t aggregations of p,"pital can. from motives they deem fund, coerce th""' 'i".......-- Mrs. Rylands Mrs. J. A. McDonald .......... J. Read ...... ................ C. A. Gooksley .......II....... lORD STREET-Collector. Downer. Fred Downer and fauuly ..... Taylor Milling Co............ Robt. Hudgeon............... C. A. Drewd ................... B. W. Boines ................. H. Higburn ................. W. A. Dickson .............. R. A. Fairbrother ............ Sam. Helwip .................. Wm. Radley ............ Jan. 'O'Brien ................ South Alberta T,uinber Co. . H. Ford ..................... R, J. Monda ................. H. Macbeth ................. G. McDonald ............... C. R. Tate .................... A. Barnsley .................. Mrs. W. Belr.en ............. Geo. Bellenir ................ Nick Supina Jo>.ei)h Gillespie I.. Siliiker ......... Mrs. J. Callihan ., Ml-. V. W. Lowther -Mrs. K. Sick ...... Mr.s. Goodman b coming ilistriets. N'one of tile ' describe how they were ' a nuisance in rrsidemial' ,;.  -Mrs. Miron Mrs. Bonnell wy ....... , Western Canada other niombers of the eoniiiiittee wouM vote with him to I'lve the teachers instructed not to ,, , . yive the school l.-auulry to Chinamen. ' l' J. Eddy ____ w. Lamb Agency CALDER NOMINATED Saltcoats, Xov. lO.-At a large con- -M. .Scott .V Friend vention here last night Hon. ,T. A.' E. V. Dooley C'alder who wis defeated in the last ' R. J. Chiswick proviiieiiil .......... ' . , ' for till lection, was nominated ' Chas. Parisel eonstituency of Saltcoats to' Angelo Aita (ill a vacancy caused by the resigna-' lion i'l Thomas MacNutt from the ))'-ovineiMl legislature. Karl Midle .... J. Christenson A. Weber ....... K. Ehrler ..... D. J. McCormick B. W, (.'ornks . COLLIDED WITH WALL ."^t. ratiieiiiifs, Nov. 1(1.-Wni. Bad-' g-tt, of Dnnnville, clerk in a local Moor.' ........ Iiinneh of 111,, ijiink of Commerce,' Firth .......^, while participating in a blind men's MrH. J. ^ McKay raee at military games in the arm-' Mrs. Rueber ...... onry collided with a brick wall and Mike Donhnrk was rendered unconscious. The in- Mrs. Pani.sel ---- juries are serious but it is thought E, W. McMullen he will rec.n'cr. J. T. HingH ....... 2.00 2.00 2.00 35 Mrs. 25 00 10.00 1.50 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 .50 25 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 .80 .15 2.00 2.00 1.00 . 1.00 5.00 , 1.00 . 1.00 , 1.00 , 2.00 . I 00 , 2.00 . 10.00 . 2.00 . 2.00 . 2.00 . .23 1.00 , 6.00 . 2.00 . 2.00 , 1.00 , .50 .25 . .50 , .50 J.OO . 1.00 50 , 1.00 1.00 .60 .60 1.00 10.00 , 5.00, Q. K. Flcrolng............. C. B. Loyell.............. The Good Co. ............. J. W. Kean ........ ...... C. W. Tpole ...^.......... A. Petro................... F. Locker.................. Mrs. b. a. McKay ...... Evelyn McKay ............... 2.Q0 Waldon MoKay............... 200 C. C. Rnrti� ....... ....... ... 100 Walden McKay............. 2.W Mrs. H. Scott ...............,. 1.00 Quong Sing...........^....... 1.00 Friend .................LW Sing Kec .......'................60 M. Kerrigan .................. 100 D. Jlerguson.................. 3.00 G. Cribb..................a.oo MisH BixJSagc.................. .76 H. K. Underwood ,............ 1.00 Fred Lovegrove ................, 1.00 Leonard Green ............... 100 H. Hoclgo ................. .60 C. QrifRths.................... -50 Robt. Phillips .................60 Munroo.......................60 A Friend .......................45 Wm. McKenaio ............... 3.00 Chambers Bros............... 1.00 A. L. Harris ................. 3.00 REDPATH STREET - Collector, Mrs. Mewburn. Mrs. Robt. Adams - ........... l.Op Mrs. W. Matthews ............ 1.00 Mra. W. Virtue .........,...... 2.00 Mrs. J. E. Lcthbridge ......... 5.00 Bennett ....................... 5.00 W. G. Tramner ............... 5.00 McKelvie & McGuire......... 5.00 Miss J. McLeay .............. 5.00 Mrs. W. D. Whitney ........... 1.00 Hayr Bros.................... 5.00 Mrs. P. Kenny ............... 2.00 Mr-s. Neil Stalker...............50 A Friend .'................'.....50 Mrs. A. Harrison ............ l.OO Mrs. W. S. Galbrailh ......... 5.00 R. F. Reeve ..................J9.00 Mrs. Steve Bakos .............25 Mrs. Hasulak ................ 2.00 Mrs. John Kc�n ............... 1.00 Mra. Fairfield ................. 2.00 Mrs. Thos. Lewis ............ 2.00 Mi.ss Bruce .................. 1.00 Mra. Austin .................. 2.0b McKenzie &Jtoy ............. lO.oio M. Young .................... 1.00 Dr. Mewburn ................. 25.00 Mrs. R. O'Hagan .............. 1.00 Rev. W. Reid ................. 5.00 J. W. Turpin .................. 5.00 R. Livingstone ............... 5.0O G. Robertson ................. 5.00 Dr. Xuller ..................... 5.00 Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie ......... 3.00 Mrs. Jno. Livingstone ........ 1.00 Mrs. Norman Reid ............50 NORTH WARD-Collectors, Mrs. Mewburn and Mrs. Rigby. Mrs. J. Scott ................. 2.00 Mrs. Harding ..................50 Mrs. T. J. JfcNidty ......... 1.00 Mrs. W Kerr .................. 2.00 .Mrs. A. Kerr ................ 1.00 Mrs. AshcroH................. 6.00 Mrf millionaires in trade and commerce. That must represent mucli higher totals, for of the groes income of �943,702,014 reviewed by the com-mi.sflioncr.s, only �282,737,758 came within the estate duty classification. The most marvellous figure in the volume is the total amount of the operations of the Bankers' Clearing House. This came in twelve months to �12,730.000.000. The chequee in-t^^rchanged in the course of a year represented thirteen timea the amount of the annual income reviewed by the Income Tax Commisaioners, fif-tera times the amount ot the national 8iebt, and moro than forty 'imea the dutiable value of the .land^ .'d estates and building.s of the country. NO HOP SUBSTITUTES London, Nov. IK-An announcement interesting to American hop growers whose produce is in great demand in this country, was made by Premier Asquith this afternoon, to the effect that a bill would shortly be introduced in the House of Commons prohibiting the use of hop ^ubititutes in the mi^iiufacture of beer. Medicine Hat Times: The wedding took place on Wednesday afternoon at half past four o'clock,, in St. Barnabas Church, of Miss Annie Louisa Watta, of Warwickshire, B^nglond, and Mr. Thomas Handle, of Milk Ri%'er. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Clark, the bride lielng given away by Mr. J ohn Osgoodo of Montana. �'� ^^ m * 4  REAL ESTATE BARGAINS 41    *.  ^^ 1-4 Lote. Bbck A. Hig-  41 i  2-Acr. Lot 7, Block 8,  > cor. of McBeth and Bail- ^ 41 ey St. >i mile from North 4c 41 Ward School ........�7U 4i 4( a-Acre Lot a, Block A, 4c 41 with good 6 roomed bouse 4c 4c between Smith and Round 4c 4c Sts, only half mile from 4c 4( postofBce ..........$4600 4e 4( 4-Acre Lot on Westmin- 4c 4t ster Road. >f mile from 4[ Central Sohuol-Capable 4c 4c of sub-division into 10 full 4c 4( sized lots ..........12600 4^. 41 6-East half of Acre Lot 4c 4c 4. Block 7, cor. of Mc-  4c 4t beth and Bailey Sta.. for 4c 41 cash ................1460 4( 4( 6-6 Lots in Block 16 Duff 4c 41 Addition. }i mile from 41 41 postoffice. This Bloek fao- 4c 4( esonOrabbSt.. each �W 4I-AII the above on aaiy t�rma-4(   44'4t4(4 j T. E. PATTESON { 41 Room 7-Oliver Block 41   4ci^4i4i44>4'4( 7617 58 000 2211 55 ;