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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRtDCf, TUWOAY, OCTOBER Woodhall-l SHEET METAL OWTRACTOIS, MAWFACnJIEIS AND JOIKRS Ave now located in the new Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention ,to all orders and inquiries regarding Sheet Metil Unkes, Skyitfkts, Metal Ceiliifi, GeMrai AICHI Pease EdBMiy aM Victor Furuaces and Registers Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Slock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 THE TORONTO NEWS AND Q. E. This is wlut the" Toronto News thought about Mr. Foster, Mr. J. S, Willisou was still alleged to say what he .thought, the quotation being from the issue of Juno 15, 1907: the; men of North Toronto will bi urged, as a protest against this extravagance to elect Mr, George B, Foster, ex-Manager of the UnioD Trust Company. It was Mr. George E, Foster who was unable to see any conflict of duty .in his dual position as manager of this company and part ner in a "'estern Land Company which Union Trust money t carry on its speculative and hazard ous business. It was Mr. Foste who believed or affected to believe that the mere transfer of money fron LETHBRIDGE'S NEW PLAYHOUSE and Strict !y Firt Open up Monday Oct. 12th, with Program of Refined Vau4svilU and Moving Pictures. Messrs. Crown and Upp cxp.-ct after the amusi-nit'iit of Lt-th- bridge folk this ivint r, oon-st- quently have as mat and up-to-date a vaudeville1 theatre us pure air, making the place always hav; a good supply of fresh air. All yjijles.will be carpeted, which will "liniinutc the tramping feet by patrons t'liU'ring and leaving the' rhi'iiiiv during u performance. The w.v Tunstan will b' for inside iilmniniiiion, and on the out- .side an electric sign with approxi- mately JOO liglm? will adorn the new fprit, now in course of erection. FD addilion tlu-rt: will be about 150 more Merchants Contractors We have the .-teams'and we're litre to do the business of all kinds promptly attended to do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 MR. ROBLIN'S SECRET DEAL C. N. R. LANDS ARE YOU TIRED Wish some the Union Trust Company left thati money free for speculative invest- ment, that it ceased to be held in trust for the.assured in the Independ- ent Order of Foresters. It was Mr. Foster, who knew perfectly well the laws of this country concerning the investment of trust funds, and who violatod those laws by borrowing money on behalf of a syndicate from the Union Trust Company, of which he was manager, on the security of .stocks in a sp.culative land company, j Later, the Supreme Chief Hanger, in- sisted on the return of the stock and the substitution of a mortgage." "It was Mr. Foster, who, in thi face of these undeniable facts, alleg- ed with, the most remarkable assur- ance that the insurance inquiry was institut.eir solely to injure him, and that it probed unduly into his pri- vate business. And it-Ls a man oi such remarkable, obliquity of moral gentle stimulant, the means to obtain rest- ful sleep? Alberta's; Pride beer medicine all hollow for that purpose. Its purity, its fine taste, its other good qualities, recommend it to tlia Final ;THE TWO INGRAMS, Novjlty Jugglers, at Next Week. vision and such, a superb quality of who asks for election as a conlemnatibn of the mishandling of trust funds by the Ottawa adminis- tration. Mr. Foster would have made a better figure before th> public if he had admitted the impropriety of his (Winnipeg Free Press.) Mr. Robliu by the side of Mr. Bprden on the platform at the Cons.Tvative meeting in Massey Hall, "last week, could have fur- nished a very 'fitting epilogue to the tribute which Mr. Borden paid Mi'. George E. Foster. Among .the blocks of land purchased by Mr. Foster for the Union Trust company, of which he was manager, was one of somi thousand'acres in the Swan River-re- gion.- In connection with the'invtsti- gation into the affairs of the Union Trust 'company by the Insurance Comission, it came out incidentally that the own. r of these lands to whom paid ...a good price for them out of the Foresters' insur- ance trust funds :in his price out of which he a cow- bachelor and the family man alike. act like a man, instead of wailing Got the namj, Alb i-rta's Pride beer? about political and pri- LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd will be found in the Northwest. The comfort care '-of the patrons have baen thoroughly -look d after, and protection is of .such a nature that the house -can bt> emptied in ess time than it to tell, as exrts in case cf" fire comprise about 150 square fe.t which leaves abso- lutely no danger of a crush, as also all doors open outwards. In regard to are in the ing, two: 50 foot skylights operating igL.rmlly took from the Canadian Northern Railway company for one Gordon and for the Hon. R. P. Roblin in equal shares." The price paid, he stated, was per acre; and the first annual payment of was made May 3, 1902. following August, Mr., Gcrdon sold out his interest to Mr. Mr. Whitia was then from that time you held the la-uds for Mr. Eob'.in To which he repli.d: "That .In 1905. Mr. Rvbliu sold this block of some .ten "thousand ;acres to the Union .Trust Company at mission for himself of 25c pe? per actelto Mr. GeorgrE. Foster, Not- was none other than Mr. E. P. Rob-1 withstanding this sworn testimony of lin The fact was disclosed that, in Mr. H. W. given at Ottawa, this matter, llie Premier- of Manitoba, had had secret relations with the Can- adian-Northern" Railway, 'a corpora- tion which lie .lias heaped wHh fa- pri- vate business. It is not private busi- ness to handle trust funds...It is pub- lic business, and the mor2 public it is the better for the owners of the mon- ey-" And this' is whaf Mr. Borden, to his shame, climbed down from his pinnacle of lofty professions of pur- ity, in politics and integrity ih public life to say c? Mr. Foster in his speech iu Toronto last w.ek: "I have the honor and pleasure of knowing Mr. Foster in public life for twelve years and I have yet to know of any man who can put his finger upon one spot in Mr. Foster's public career which has not b3en straightforward, honorable and cr d-1 it-able to himself and his constitu- ents." '-.In characterizing, as "straight for- ward, honorable and creditable" the action- of "the man who, as manager .A. A j i------- T'T P 1 nn n-n of a trust com pan v, poured the funds acre, allowing a commission of i r in his the trust lunds of the widow and a specu- lation-for his own .personal Mr. Borden has manifested an obli- on hinges, which pi ve to im- lights on the front, so that Leth bridge will not know, in-th.1 vicinity of Dufforin and Round Sts., whether it or dark, and won't know when to go home. The prices wil be popular, 25c.' admission children-under 12 15c., aud on Sat urday afternoon will ba a ladies' and children's matinee iat 15c. It is ex that .the Lyceum will fill a long-felt want in our city, and every success is hoped for the Lyccnun and iU management. vors. It-was with Mr. H. W. Whitlu, bar- rister of this city, Mr. Foster dealt in the purchase pf the lands in question. Mr. Whitla was called to give evidence "about the" transaction; and in doing so he made the fact public that he was only the nominal owner of these lands, the actual own- er being Mrr R. P. Roblin. Mr. Whit- la, who gave his evidence under oath on November 5, 1906, said: "I or Noveriib.r 5, 1906, in regard to this secret deal of Mr. Roblin's in Can- adian Northern lands, Mr. Roblin declared at Bc.issevain the following month, that he had n.-ver bought an acre of land from the Canadian Nor- thern. This veracious utterance by Mr. Roblin stands on record as fol- lows, in the report of his speech at Boissevain in the issue of-the Win- nipeg T.-legram for December 23, 1906: "The Premier wanted to tell Mr. Rrovvn that he had -never bought an aci-e of land from the Canadian Nor- thern in his lite." quity of moral vision which makes his lofty professions meaningless ami Free Press. STORE MUST BE VACATED SATURDAY OCTOBER 1O Rememcer this is positive, and you will find it your advantage to drop in and select from any- thing we have left. Prices abso- lutely no object M. Banks Go. Old Stand Whitney Block Lethbridge FUNERAL OF MRS. DUNSMU1R. Victoria, Oct. funeral of the late Mrs. Joan Dunsmuir, Can- ad'a-'S'--richest "woman, h.-ld this after- noon, was largely attended. Her son, Hon. Jas. Dunsmuir, who was made the defendant'in a suit brought to ask for an accounting of the es- tate, arrived at the Inst part of the services. REV. F. W. PATTERSON, OF CALGARY, Who will Lecture at the Baptist Church Tonight. DROWNED, AT PRINCE RUPERT. Vancouver, Oct. Frizzle, 16 years old, while walking along th wharf at Prince Rupert, fell over the edge, falling on his side against a boat, fractured two ribs, was-stun- ned, and drowned in shallow Taber TabrrrOct. morning of Oct. 1st a-happy reunion between broth.r and took place in Taber as a result in thr arrival from Belfast, In land, of the Marion, Fran- cos, and Kathleen, sisters to Mr. tion or not. He further stated that tin- principal may return to r sum pedagogical duties on the 12th nstant. "Until then he had nothi-ag icr to say. It is sadly regretted that the doors of the highest grade in the school should have been al- low d to n main closed for one month luring this beautiful weather, and the children of the same deprived of that scholastic training which thoy so justly deserve. Thc-re practical talent in Taber, either male female, who c'mld. under the pros nt nVed. successfully carry 01 the curriculum of studies to br taught; or the classes could have been divided among the prcsen teachers. A little more work for the rs, it is true, but the .work would continue unmolested until th return of the principal. The trus tees feel very ke nly the deplorabl condition of affairs, and have d ne w think the best they knew how in th matter. Miss Isabella Primrose, teacher o little Cash Required to buy these Com- fortable Houses music, has ill during the past week, a severe cold being the- cause. Robert and Mrs. Alex. Camp- She is now rapidly convalescing. MI. Th young ladu-s were upon the A delightful rain fell during 4he PRINT1N ORDER TOO LARGE NO ORDER TOO SMALL Phone 144 When You Require a Printer Our Plant is most up-to-date and our Prices Reasonable, Samples and Quotations Cheerfully Submitted'and all Work Guaranteed Stationery and Office Supplies We can afford to sell at a very close price as our business has GROWN to snch an extent, proving that the way in which we conduct onr bnsiness, namely, "Small Profits and Rapid is the only SUCCESSFUL manner in which satisfaction both to onr Cnstomers and onrselvcs can be obtained Quotations and Samples Cheerfully Submitted thnv weeks, five days of which thrir v. ?sel, the Manitoba. was anchored in the St. Lawrence rivor on account of the extreme den- sity of the smoke from the raping for- est fires that vicinity. -They were convey, from the Manitoba in-small lion is, ami landed at a small French fort on tin- Canadian side. OT Thursday ev -ninp last Miss Jeannie Primrose charmingly enter tained at her home a number of her young lady friends from 8 until 10 o'clock. Tht> was profitably spent in panics 'and music. The Jtn'.sses pre.s m wore Mabel Douglas, Grace Davis. Olive KeeU'V, Beatrice I Spark.s, ;md Esther Douglas. (T. W. Quibell, secretary