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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V HtrtU power by (ore; oi solid Afr a nutter (From TSe the now (or the Indian potlgtch in tbe ever writt D may fiirtjr be oct, it will continue 10 days, and will be de Voyage" Ceilitii which ami tnUd represented are'" the Ytkinus A. tfetfa ___ ___ i n VMV I.JI ott M jority tario. la that it thirty-nine to Us in 'the efec- tiou, _FwtiMhe jaaottMof Sir Wilfri reception the Liberal work en in OuUrio hope to break with" their knows? Itt Nova Scotia, the Conser- THE SCANDAL .CAMPAIGN the- ftdnmiittnttioa of affaire in the -United States prave have practically tvery de- partment. The government has been robbed ..of huge -sums of money and the most bare-iaced grafts nave been carried out. These matters have been taken up in the public press not Irom a party political standpoint but from Ihfc standpoint of national well- being. The Democratic party, how- its campaign one of scandal. They have found greater and higher subjects upon which to appeal for the support of the electors. They "have a platform of political issues. But on our side of the line what a difference. Admitting for'the sake of argument thai there may b- maladministration, in some ments, would not the Conservative party appear in a better light before the if things for the courts and the Parliament to attend to? Would jr not for them to come bef the of the country with a platform of politics instead' of one petty "scan- dal and abuse? But they cannot rise to such heights, -fttandoning all hope of -attaining to statesmanship, the party leaders have settled down to a political life of muckrakers and scan- dal gossips. They hope to attain power in not so much to control the. destinies of th- nation as to get control of the treasury ch NOT LIKE FOSTER The Conservative -press who persist in stating that Government candi- dates and ministers are offering con- stituencies almost anything in ord-r to secure votes, should take notice of Hon. Frank Oliver's statement to the electors of Medicine Hat concern- ing the Stralheona Hdfcse. He frankly tells that they cannot hope to have this body of soldiers located there, although a statement to the contrary would probably assist in i securing votes as the people of the Hat have set' their hearts on this thing. This utterance placed along- side of Hon. Geo. E. Foster's attempt to bribe Prince Edward Island with a tunnel shows not only the differ- ence in the calibre and honesty of the two men but also the difference in political tactics employed by the Government and the Opposition. vative etUtiMte govern- meat "a majority'of ten. New'Brurw- ii Kinvo nt- with the perhaps more doubt- ful. In the province of Quebec it is very generally thought tbfct Sir Wilfrid is secure. In Manitoba ihe Literal haw suffered through lack of leadership" and the on the Ministerial side are not to expect more than five seats out of the ten. In the recent provincial elections in Saskatchewan the Liberals carried two seats out of every three, and confidenly expect to repeat their success. AlberUi also is strongly Liberal, so far; while in Bri- tish Columbia the government to stand to lose at least two seats out of the seven." The Conservatives are placing great hopes on Ontario simply because of party's big sweep there in the pro- vincial elections. -Jt -must bq membef d John AT Maedon- ald always 'got a majority hi that province even after Sir, Oliver Mowat, tiieJLibera) almost wiped the Conservatives in a provincial In Ontario" iris Ihe habit of a great ruany people to vot> one- way in the local elections and the other way in the Federal campaign, tt is-well known thar-Sh- Wilfrid Laurier has a great many followers amongst the Conservatives in Oni- tario. ".MR. REID'S SALARY. Tn thi Herald's estimation Super- mtendent Reid, of the electric _ und water works plants, deserves batter salary than he is- receiving now. He handling the city's hig- hest jobs, and it rests upon his to rnanag> these public utilities so that they will bring a profit to the city. A man -assumin those responsibilities should be pro psriy paid. Some of the recent in c.-eases in salary the Herald is no in ncccrd with. An increase in each cas- may have been warranted, bu not to the extent voted by the Cit; Council. It would be well ii the city consult c-d other cities and ascertained th salaries paid to" city officials. Wi bslieve they would b> just a little loss liberal. As for Mr. Reid, he is worth a good deal-more .than a year. increase ought to come right away. foriy-five The ii broken by aod .sixty c-olous, but it eoeiajjftg H6 Hid proper nsjwi the reader somewhat" bewildered before end w reached. You can the Ohio river Welkburg; teams re driven over- (he river at Liverpool; low "water-has diseloaM an extenwvi sand bar at New Mar- iinsville equal {o the shores of At- lantic City for bathing fish c-an be seen swimming up .and down the river-all because the Ohio river n the lowest iirits history Tht Quit's "Kick The guest grouch met the Wei proprietor with 'an .aggrieved" tir.. "Look he sajd, wound here are about as is they make them.1-, When 'I to lunch today I-found hair in ice cream, hair in the honey and nth The Peterborough Review of lecent date publishes an interview with one Parker who had just returned from the West, where he went on the har vesters excursion. He came to Leth- bridge and reports conditions here in this way: "On a square in Leth- bridge, which consists of five said Mr. Parker, "you could hardly walk over it without stepping on a man. There were ten men in Leth- bridge to every one that th.-re was required." To say that the said Parker lies is putting it mildly. Thfire were never men lying around on the public square for him to walk over unless it was h? himself was so drunk that he fell down and walked all over him- self. It is true the C. P. R. sent an overabundance of harvesters here at the wrong time but at no were there anything lik? ton men for every job. He said in another part of his interview that he hung around for thirty days waiting for the time to go home. No man who wanted to work ever waited around this city for thirty days unable to secure em- ployment. The Review should exer- cise care in publishing the words of men who came West expecting to pick up five dollar bills without working for them and should forsake its apparent persistent policy of knocking the West. OUR POINT OF VIEW Geo. Taylor, Consei-Tatu- whip, is guessing at the Conservative ma- jority. George proved himself poor prophet long ago and no one needs to pay attention to his derings in figures. The says: Eye-Open.-r in its last issue We are quite willing to take Mr. Douglas's word for it-also Mr Cushing's-that the deal was a legit- imate one. Most likely it was. In fact, there seems to be no doubt about it. What the Eye Op-ner was roar- ing about and will continue to roar about if the occasion demands, is the establishing of profitable com- mercial relations between the govern- ment and government official ELECTION PREDICTIONS. E. W. Thompson, the special writ r for the Boston Transcript, figures that Mr. Borden will be defontrH He cannot conceive how the presf-nt following of the Conservative leader will increased by the election while H is abandoned to a scandal cam- painp solely. The Montreal Witness looks upon Mr. Thoirsscr'- tion as interesting and says that "Mr. Borden may yet discover that hi3 followers have by their con- duct nauseated a ;arge of decency-loving electors might otherwise have been on tiis ?ide U is said that if you throw e.i mgn mud some of it is sure to sticK, and is often true; but it must not be for- gotten that the thrower seldom bc-foula himself. Mr. Border. 3 mis- guided b-havlor at Irast, c.inrrt fail Is. There is a Hv.-ly campaign in pro-. at Magrath, Raymond and Cardston for the High School about to bo established by the Mormon church. Each town is presenting its lulvantagos and it looks as though the officials would have a difficult task- to select the site. George E. Foster is a Cons-rvative but in this campaign he is travelling alone. Sir Mackenzie Bow- 'H. a former Conservative premier, will not spc-ak on the same- platform with Foster n-ither'will he speak to him. A year or so ago he arose in ins place in the Senate and "told the country that in his personal expcr- with Mr. Fostt-r lie found that g'ntt.-rnan (we hardly think ho to him with that word) ser- iously Licking in honor and truthful- ness. And vf-t. there is no doubt that if Mr. Border, was returned to powvr. Mr. Foster would be in his cribm.-t.. Canada will never Piv; up Ku-Minp for Foster. you think of that? t hotel? explained- the Prwtor, can explain tbe the'ice.cream. That likely cam? ftc.n, shaving-the ice. And iVippu? thi hair i-i the honey came oft th.- is Rut I don't understand about ihe U_ur i a the apple sauce_ I 1 those apples myseff, and one "Bald-wins.'.'. A Certain popular preacher says that i! his sermon stretches beyond the twenty minutes to which he means always to limit Oie words of his little daughter ring in his ears d he reflects that some of his con- gregation ure feeling sfae djd on memorable occasion. The occasion Urtettej Ci. Itt. F. German The SKoemait Coal, Ice and LONGjJROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral E: ea the little girl's sixth birthday, which chanced to come on giving Day. She went to church with her mother and sat quietly through the service. The sermon was unus- ually good, the minister could ndt help thinking. He had plenty to and he said, it, fluently. "How did "you like my asked his young critic, as they walk- ed home together. "You preached awful long, father said the little miss, "but I heard it because I love you, anfi T. have a nice dinner, when I got home, and forgot what I'd through NEW OFFICIALS, S.me Made by the t Government. The current issue of the Alberta Gazette contains notice of a large number of appointments throughout the province. Some of the appointments are- Notaries public-George Gibson of Nanton; John Stanley Har- mon, of Lethbridge; Arthur William of Ohaton. Assistant C. fnglis of Edmonton; F. M. Graham, of Cal- gary. Process Camer- on, of Coleman. Justice of the A. F Row Island. Commissioners for taking affidavits W. James, Claresholm; Win Monarly, CUresholra; J. K. BJavm-v; R.-'H. Macl od C R. Valois, Cowlcy: J. 0. Jochem Warner; P. S. Clarke. Granum; T I- Stapleton, Maclcod; T. B. Stan- ford, Staveley. M. Pinknoy. Frank The South Alberta LuihMr Co. Ltd. Have receiveil another car of Short Flooring Siding 4 Ceiling -1000 feet of this covers ag much as 1000: feet of -long We are selliiig it cheaj) Call and prices Corner Westminster' Ford Just South of iteBlisQi PWM225 P.O. fox Iiiduus, Grille, Coulee, and Porces. 'Two DJCU arranged, ami Uke whites will contribute to tKe extent ot a daily 1 HAIUijdiljfc YOUMC games. fe> race aiit a Qt several humlred' dolUn" has conirihfiUid tor Each tribe r presented will have a day at the potlatch. in MONEY FOR EDUCATION. Per Capita is Avtrafte the Stats of Wachington. Spokane, Wash.. Oct. nuf- ion dollars will expended education of children in" public schools iu the'State of Waahinfton during the present" scholastic year. This is per capita, based oil the average daily attendant. than and is the appropriation of any state in the-Union. Fifty4ne dollars Oregon expend- ed in Rs against at CLARESHOLM NOTES. H. S. Dates, teller of the Bank of Commerce been ordered to go to which no doubt- means promotion for AiJ here ,-m- porry to lose him, as he went into many things, such as athletics, with much enthusiasm. Thomas K. Collins, who has b en prominent-farmer-here, is leaving [or Ois.s He says 'ft1 may be buck, however. R. Gilrnor has in his possession wo fino specimens of-young timber fapum-d in the hills. year. Spokane headed tTmt.id States on Ha school property, the amoiuiC allowed for interest .being. and it is-second with for main: taifiing-schools. There were children of schooj 5-? the state, according to the census taken last Jaly, 000 'over th; previous" year, cand of these girls r enrolled Trere pupils, boys and girls. The average daily attendance1 was of which .were boys and girls. Eight thousand seven hundred and sixty-one graduated from the eighth grade last year. There were pupils in private schools; also between the ages of 8 and 15 under six years not attending any school. The -state had schoolhous.s in July, and-these, with sites, libraries, and other valued -1 at as .against the vear before. hundred and eighty buildings were er.cted during the year, and the various' districts em" ployed regular .and 294 extra teachers. The average salary" was 175.65 a month for male" teach- ers, while the average for women teachers. _ The 'school fund in Washington is raised under what is known as "the barefoot and each county, obtains ..-.its based.'. oa. the .ag- gregate days', .attendance in propor- tion to that of thi-entire.'state.- Ppr this was. raised last The law provides for the raising of for "each census pupil, the rest being derived by. tax levy and through other sources. Bucks for Sole Four hundred, Registered RambouU- let bucks, yearlings and S-yearoMs, bred from best strains of the brated Baldwin, Oregon, and Ctah, flocks. jThese bucks, were bred and raised in Oregon, and have been in this state since last-June. Large, smooth' and heavy shearers. Finest fojuthe-jrange, combining jjl tht essential qualities best- wool- and motion breed., etc.., ad- Ctrt> Ikak, Memt. J. P. Jos. A. FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS4YOUNG Subles Wood St. AIU. c. SIMMONS' Office: Southard ADOISOW SON Ml Crabb 8t. f- B. IKH.FSON ARCHITECT t JAS. A. MACOOMALD ARCHITCCT F. A. M., Q. R. A. meeting nifhi. thiw Of each- -month in W Hall. P. at 8 p m. a hearty wrfcotne, A.C.MES8ER. W. M. BISHOP OF MONTREAL London, Oct; Canon Hague of is- mentioned in .connection-with the vacant bishopric of Montreal. Other names mentioned, are Bishop Mills; of Ontario, Itev. Dr. Symonds, vicar of Christ Church Ca- thedral, Rev. Osborne Troop, Ven.- "Archdeac.on Kerr, Rev. J. C. Far- tiling, .Kingston. AN APPLE SHOW. Spokane, Wash., Oct. R. Garfieldy. Secretary of the Interior, has advised Harry J. Jfeely, secretary and manager of the National Apple Show, that the judges of the Exhibits at. the big festival in Spokane Dec. 7 to 12, will be selected by the AgrJcul-, tural Department of the United States as requested, by -th-j aaaociation. These men are to be selected from, among the experts of the country, arid each will.'be qualified, to act-in the capaci- ty to which he is to be' assigned. Growls in various parts of .the Unit- ed States and Canada, covering prac- tically every apple district on-the, continent, have advised Mr. .Necly they will enter the competitions, whicli the premiums and trophies ag- gregate Sovvral European district also _'bs represented in the exhibits. The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Fruit and Confectionery _. JOE FONG Proprietor Secretary, Box M7 AfeeU 1st ai-d JJprj M'oiidayt in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Viaitina bretbren are cordially invited. 8. G. DAVIES, W.P T. .T. JWHITE, w. s Fresh Oysters At tht- 1 Mbarta Rffitaurant Sho) t. Orders all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 Viiiting Brethren Welcome J F. BOGER8, C.B A. NEIDIG, F.8. i.pln-t Aleela on" the second month at 8.15 p.m. A. SHARMAN, f PBIE8T If you cooked with a GURNET. OXFORD range you'd save fuel, food and labor look for efficiency, fuel are i Ranges. the A Mouldy Affair Onrnew stock of ilould- ings is opened up and ready for inspection. Bet- ter selection than ever I. SKE TK PETTO mm may rnean You should ----of operation in that distinguish the Gurncy- Gnrney-Oxford Chancellor wffl give you the best cooking satisfac- tion out of either coal or wood. It is built of dead flat, patent levelled steel, closely rivetted to sheets of asbes- tos construction which insulates the heat of the range and renders impossible a stoppage of the draft by leaking into the flues. Our flue system by. which- the oven is ncated gives an absolutely even tem- perature throughout. We would like to show you this explain it to If yOl! drop a card for further details. The most up-to-date Rest- auranl in Southern Alberta Watch the new Bulletin Board for the menn for each meal Lodge Pride of Alberta, Ko. 2W- Sw if Eifliil taRt in tbc KntgtU of Pjikm. and tkird in tbc 8 FWting mlwmjt Walter Carney Standard Metal Company GURNET-OXFORD Golden Nugget wonder of Tt tVw food points of the yet is priced very Sow. Briilt of Celled. lined wuh Asbestos to keep all the in. See that bic ereflly throughout no liunhr of breed or Just perfect cookinc- PRICK Limited MOUTH-WEST A8SOCIATIOH Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Ltbor IUU Me- and fonrth Moodmyi in month. Eoipl< Kioecra, aod out ewpiot mtut, do well to with ROBERT NEVIN. Ohkl W. i. D1OK80N, IB the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Block. Short Ordera at all Houre First-dass Cafe fctwera iuls CARROLL A ;