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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMftTA, TUESDAY, OOTOttH IHI. Now, whea nooejr it 6tWr are you laying by .Uaiott Bulk of Canada ___ inm f "p, watchFyourbalance growf There's satisfaction and security Interest at the highest current rate is yfy 4 tinrvw ytar. Hooey may be at toy WAMC OF HCAVCN" (Edmonton euriouiT to koaw why" if Tile Government wag as bad at is alleg d Whjr in the -name oT heaven did the Liberal Opposition or bruig.lotwal investigate This curiosity is pretty easily gra- Hified. J :ln of Mr. J. Israel ui i-flaber for Mo'ntmagny, rose ia his place Vm a formal charge against the Minister of Public. Works, Sir: Hector vin. ajud, __ Thomas, Quebec West. The charge lieganl ''That Israel Esq., a member .representing the electoral nf For Sale en bloc r "wiiWiif "4 to -purchase a block ut land, will do well to seejne, I eboice blocks in sev- are low .and the quality and by of the land can- not' be 'beaten. Kor particulars, write Box ,387. or iny office in the E.T. McGregor __ -7 :1_ Real Effete Broker LETHBKIDGi: ALTA. THE JMQKTREAjU BOftOEN AFTER JherMbotreal atar; tte "Lufiueatul Eaitern 'Conservative txTMr. 'Borden's defence of Geo'. K, r" in itg issue' of Sept. ia which it Borden betrayed his" fooling Rev., Father Minehan has just re- Toronto_____ Parade Toronto, Oct. ever, _ the of health, last night in the very speech i he rushed to the defence of lieutenant. 'He "mndo' open boast' of th> fact that the Insurance Commis- sion ha the -name -of- "R. L., .Borden' with "any deals." emphatically thaV any "defin- T w f turned from his vacation sojourn in nis_ Europe, three or so he enjoyed fa visit to hie home and birthplace in old "been here for years. It "was" while visiting hk relatives thjre that the noteworthy Eucharistic conference this Insurance Commission did suc- ceed in connectipg If it would havj bren a disgrace "R. L.' Borden" to have been mixed up with, these land deals which itie searchlight of the Commission vealed, wliat is tp be said of Mr. Foster who'went into one of the xm-i gigantic of "deals" with the money his trust company in his hands? What, further, is to be said of other members of Mr. Borden's entourage .who initiated -this "deal" by- getting special inside "information from two railwav whose companies are constantly soliciting Parliament for -legislation.? And local Conservative manip- ulators 'are doing the same thing They the solid members of the' Plum Tree" Club offet-themselver for the Should the .Conserva- tives come govern- ment are; .wjej these Even if they dojnot. comi in they have shown 'therrjability to get their" noses into _ The. country is making great'mistake" in putting up 'with this sort of a costly mistake which will life for-nVany a year. The party leaders ar' stulti- fying themselves-' in apologizing for this sort of "follower; and, we caii only 'hope" "-public sentiment against it will b? strong enough some day to render it suicidal for the lead- er of a matt r how clean and high-minded he may bs person- stand up on, a' platform anil associate himseliJjrUh his political fortunes with men whose unfitness for public trust is notorious." which: stirred is-a mis- opinion'I heard-ex- H- Ireland and re- marked Minehan..-The leaders of the Church went too far, as they soon discovered. No party, class or r.ligion right tc use the pub- lic streets to offend another part of the people. This cerempuial pro- cession undoubt dly did so. Though London's seven millions tolerant and orderly, it is imposible that some bigots ilfould not be found there. But st ill I maintain that this- procession lud no right on the streets, which are the possession of all ciase of people when all are agreed tr> it having declared, from his seat in the House that lie is credibly informed aiul that he believes he is able to establish by satisfactory evidence He charged the Minister of Public Works and the for Quebec West with the misappropriation of the public funds and demanded an inves- tigation, The investigation was granted, the charge proven, Sir Hector Langevin was driven from the cabinet and botli he and Hon. Thomas McGreevy from public life. In'thfc case tlje for inform- ation should have no difficulty in dis- cerning" that the Opposition laid a formal charge, undertook to prove it id did prove it. .Again in September, 1891, Mr. -Lis- ter, M. rose in his place d" a "formal "In with the-notice gave yesterday I 'beg to move thai James Frederick Lister, Esq.-, mtm her representing the electoral dis- trict jof_West Lambto.n, .liaying.stat- ed in this House that, he is credibly 'informed arid that he believes he is western Corporation Kinancial Agenta. Fiscal AgenU for ftoyil Collieries LW. Stocks HEAD B. C. Place Your Orders for OWING ....WITH.... bill Market itae Myttkg If yaa waal aaeriiaaa for SI WANTED Young lady, as stenographer and bookkeeper at once. Apply Box L., Herald Office. 251-0 nn ilftO. rniur riiAHIE Satitfaction Guaranteed ;PHONE 289 Office Solicitor Union Bank, able to'establish by evidence that, etc. satisfactory vestigated the of the charges they were allowedjto investigate charge- had been investigated violated very procedure, precedeiiltv of Parliamentar practice of com- mon decency -to i prevent two other being inves- iiga ted; 'charges. in the pre- scnbed .lanuae'Oi Parliament, ie movers staked London, splendid the1 'good behavior of London crowds. One jaight I found Hyde Pafke filled with 'a huge concourse. The Salvation A my, suffragstte all classes w 2re '.addressing th ir owa audiences bat I was to hear Social- i t and haranguing srieat the orators standing at the base of t the same monument within a few each other, yet diametrically opposed ast res- p'-ctivc- was no howling oppo- audiences." "How do you account- for the se- v re r verses lately encountered by the British ROBLIN'S VOICE GIVES OUT (Calgary News) The news that Premi r Roblin's voice-hoa given out will-be hailed with joy by the. Borden in Ontario, Roblin is a good ad captandum speaker. He can make his audience It isn't so much in what he givt-s out as the way "in which he says is a platform pander, a man of good presence TTnd rohust voice. But, unfortunately, Mr. can talk; a great "The Licensing -Bill ,may account for a large share of the replied, "but I think the main rea- son is the government feeling that British manulactar rs must receive some protection against foreign com- p -tition. As far as the proposed xe- duction of licenses is concerned, is plenty of room for that. The pub- Tbe-charge refers- w a contract with certain, gentlemen for certain railway construction, and continues: "The said "contract ahd'the works in connection plet by the said contractors, t) whom -they were a source of groat p'rofit. "During the whole period covered by the said contract, the. Hon.. John G. Haggart, now Postmaster-Gener- al andji member ofJH.rMajesty's Privy Council for_ Canada, vas a member of House Commons for the, south riding-of Lanark and is.such-4nember.. "That the said John G.Haggart became and was beneficially inter- ested in. the, profits of said contract which accru d to the share thereof standing Jn the name of the said -and has received large sums out of the said profits7 has otherwise derived direct and substantial pecuniary benefits therefrom." Here the hungerer for knowledge will find that the Liberal Opposition laid a formal charge, undertook to prevent the chance to their as members of Parliament, anjdjcKirges which ii dis- provcri meant' I'the; summary disap- pearance :Qfiftie "movers from public life in' humiliation -and discredit. 'WANTED. Bookkeeper wanted at lady preferred; must understand double oiitry work. Apply, with refer.-nces, salary wanted, to'Box P, Herald. 250-0 WANTED. Wanted, a good smart boy, age about 15 to 18, to drive delivery rig and help in store; must.know city. y lett to Box Lethbridge. 250-0 WANTED. A crockery salesman. Apply at the Hudsons' Bay Co. 241M) 4 4 f> M 4 4 og i; When you want PRAYING Done promptly and tatiftfactorily JOHN BRODIE I 4 WANTED. Gentral servant. Apply Mrs. F. Koohey, 418 Bartlett st.'" 249-0 WANTED. Girl wanted at once. Apply Mrs. JT. W. Keah. '248-0 WANTED 'A first class pianist. Apply Box C., Herald Office. 248-6 C Get our A GOOD'SURPLUS the at- tendance; National Exhibition fell a thousand short last yearVftptal receipts were 'ppO: with in 1907 leaving -a-surplus of OUR LEtlTR BOX. (Thi Hemld rcsporusibte for sentiments "eacpressod in this coir .-All correspondence 1 -must be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise'publicAtion will refused. SOME MORE WONDERMENTS job worth doing is "worth do- ng .well. Our cify fathers desenrt. do so. "The chance was denied them '.credit.starting a gocdjob'in r'.-gard'to on Conragiited iron _ Painted Metdlk Siding Metallic Shingles bef ore yin g "else Vh ere juat placed a CiirlolKi "of tBe "well-known Metal-Shiiigle rand Siding goods ia stock cunn Office and Factory ttcu mi mm mm Telephone 15B and the, motion for inquiry voted down.. Among the names recorded H are those Hon. Geo E Iotlh street grading and sidewalks, but-the way in which it is being done calls PWielft WANTED. Large room and board, for two gen- tlemen; state fuH particulars. Box M. 247-6 SITUATION WANTED. Situation wanted by young mar- ried man as manager, bookkeeper, or clerk in general store; have ability, experience, and Al referencis. T. D. Fisher, Lethbridge. _ 247-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ UUATIONS 'Coal-naioifif ol the Dominion in yapitoba, Alberta, ihe Xukon the Territories aud Britkb Coluoroia, may be leased for a term ot at ao aoiaual reotal of ao acre. Not ojpre toaa iftto acres wili be leaned to one applicant. Application for a lease miut inade to the .Agent or Sub-Agent of thevdistrict io which the rightg ap- plied for are gituated. la Kurveyed territory ihe Uo' must be described by seetiooa, or U gal MubdivUioui of and unuurveyed territory the tract appJi od for shall be staked out. rlach application cquit be accoiu panied by a which will retarded if the rights spy-lied lot not available but nut otherwice. A royalty shall be paid ou the mer- chantable output of the inine at the rate of five cents per toa.- Every Hsee oi coal iniaing rifhU wtiich are not being operated shall iBh -the of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at leact once io each year. The lease will taclude the eoaJ mining rights only, bui the leaee maj he permitted to purchase whatevw available surface may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at toe rate of S10 an acre. For full informaticQ application should be made co the Secretary oi liie Department of the Interior, 0V tawa. or any-Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. 'OORI.- Deputy Minister of the Interio' publication or this advertiBement will not oe paid tor. WANTED. First-class bricklayers, at onco. Ap- ply Smith Bros! and Wilson. 247-6 TO RENT. FuniLshed..' cottage. .to rent for.. the month of October. Apply Box A. 247-0 TO RENT. T For 2 or 3 months, furnished cot- tage, in good locality; bath and fur- nace. Apply Box Office. 249-3 TO RENT Store, on Ford Street. Apply Al vin Ripley, Room 54 Whitney Block and after the style of 1'kvu.VJ A AVi. V I __ 1 "l "-J lie house is on Geo. Taylor, M. P., and ja Previous correspondent, I -wonder Sandays they all though otherwise the Sabbath is well ob- served: thinks, and very oft his voice i'fcets ahead of his "ciise'in point occurred recently in Toronto, whore ho undertook -to cast the blame of something which he said appeared in the Glcb; in onto the. pres- ent editor, Mr; J. A. Macdonald. The latter pinned him down on the ques- tion, and now; Roblin's usefulness ia gone and his voice gives out. Some days ago the Daily News nd- vised Mr. Borden to give Roblin hif marching orders for home, he-cause of the stupid blunder made'by the bit whwit has been sold for WHAT DO YOU TH INK OF TH IS? (Kerr's Lnnd. Doings.) C. H. Richards, of Stratford, South Dakota, parch as. >d section" 24 in town- ship 6, range 22, west 4th P. M., Sun- ny Southern Alberta, Canada, of us per. acre) which includes 471 acres sown to Tur- loy? Rfed wheat: -It tlireshed a.hdTwent f bushels p r- Rcre, -machine measure; and weights. W. 1-2. ibs. 'to the.'. 471 acres yielding 45 bushels per acfr, bushels, biisliel.s at 75c por bushel, He only 'lacks of enough -to iv pay for his whole section. The b.ilance of section was. put in. to oate and barl.'y, giving enough to more than pay for fencing labor and bal- ance on cost of land; Some ol the see fshipped over bushels of fall date to C.0.7, a difference of 3 9-16 inches from original survey I wonder why finished ,.road.q nrp left like a billowy level, like" some local their land for I wonder where all -the levellers TTr t I VlUli IcfciU SnVTnVTr A'w- formai warrr fln as Q{ Government. 2. That the Liberal Opposition in- pcriotl of time. are I vonder where thc.wond rful road roller 13 hiding now I. wonder if it will ever-be used, or if it intruded for a watch charm or decoration for a Iriiwh v I wonder if any of OUT salaried of- ficials .will feel sore, 'or ;if they will got out and earn their money T wonder if the council could hurry the contractors with of dyna- mite I wonder who forgot to "put in the time clause in the said contractors' agreement wonder what will ..happen to ce- ment sidewalks whon the first h.-avy ra in fall gets into the loose gravel un- derneath I wonder who will pay for pumping the water out of the various proposed swimming baths the many elevated grades will mak "i-Vr I wonder if there would he 'more than 20 ratepayers against another grading by-law? I wonder if you will publish this for One Who Wonders What Ihe'Taxa tion Will be Next Year. and spring wheat this past month from. their_ Alberta, farm 20 miles south This was raw land two years Ve have more for sale in the vicinity it right prices, also improved land. 'or particulars see Wells Land and lattle Co., Ltd. agpnt, FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel FOR SALE. Guitar-zither, in g-iod condition. Ap ply Box N, Herald Office. 247-0 WEST REGU- FOR SALE Small 'bunch of cattle, .iDout 90 'head, well bred and gentle. 20vchoice fats 3 itud 4 years, per head with- out calves; per head with calves. Apply to Lawyer Thompson, Pincher Creek, Alta. 243-10 Any even numbered section ol Do- opinion lands in "Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2G, not reserved, may be homestead- 1 by any person trhp is the sole head of a family, or any male over'18 years ol age, to the extent of one-quartei section of 160 ffcres or less. lor entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- n.iuion Lands Agency or Sub-Agencr tor the district in which the land if situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homeoteader ia required tc per- form the homestead duties under of the following plans: (1) At least-all months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. 1 The Most Attractive Place on Earth Should be the Home Looking through onr stock find so many helpfnl sngces- eny0nr T'7 for thfc Doming tinier: Easy Chairs Comfortable Loungos, and wonWn't a Carpet Square or Rng brighten up the place. The first time vou are down town come in and have a look about. Onr prices are exclusive in their reasonableness FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits, fac's on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb St. 48-6 ASSIGNEE'S SALE Of Dry Gods Millinery Sealed tenders will be received by Lhe undersigned up to 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Saturday, October 17th, 1903, at a rate on the dollar, for the stock-in-trade, fixtur. 5, book accounts of th.- business car- ried on at Lethbridge, in the Pro- vince of Alberta, by G. H. JOHN- STON, Insolvent. Lot No. Stock-in-trade, consisting of Dry Goods, Millinery, Hats, Lot No. Fixtures, etc. 778.73 Lot No. Book Accounts.......... 569.21 FOR SALE. A Hdll safe, just as good as new; size 24x36. Apply Mason Land Co. 250-3 LOST. 'Two bay geldings, branded B3 on left shoulders and one W. H. on left hip a-nd on right hip, and Alex. N. Harbinson, Taber. 250-4 OWNER'S SALE The undersigned owner oi north half section five, township eight, range 19, situated about 13 miles southeast from Lethbridge. and about 2 miles south of canal, 7 miles south of Coaldale, 4 miles northeast of Wilson Siding. This is all good land mostly level, ex- c pt a few acres in southwest cor- ner. Price per acre, terms on application. Address R. Hand. 321 Mohawn Block, Spokane, Wash. 242-12 Turpin Furniture Co. Urn Tenders may be for any or all of theso The highest or any ten- d r not necessarily accepted. Terms cash, balance in one and two months, secured, with interest at per cent, or special terms may shod at Fernie B c b- submitted. plans coyeri'ng the PROPOSALS FOR NEW STATION AND FREIGHT SHED AT FERNIE. TENDERS will be received up to 13k, Monday, October 19th, for build- ing a nrw station and a new freight desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on. farming land owned solely hy him, ,noi_.teas_.. than eighty (80) acies La extent, is the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will cot meet requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if tht father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on fanning land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him ia the licinity, such homesteader mif perform his own residence unties bj living with the father (or ?4) The teruj "vicinity'" r.i ibe twa preceedmg paragraphs in uenned at meaning not more than ume miles in a direct exclusive c-i the width of road allowances croceud in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on fanning laud own- ed by himtelf must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing mini be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention tc %pply for patent. W. W. CORT, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication Information may be obtained from the undersigned, and int nding pur- chasers may see the stock and in- may ul this advertisement will not be paid for. soen, and other information obtained at the oftice of the Superintendent or j Resident Engineer, C. P. Ry., at ventory.upon application to W. C., Ccanbrook, B. C. Proposals must b, Simmons, barrister, of veho is in possession of the keys. The Trusts ami Guarantee Co.t A. G. ROSS, Manag r, Official Assignee. Calgary, Oct. 3, 1908. submitted on blanks furnished by the Company, and Company reserves the right to reject any and all bids. J. BROWNLKE, j Superintendent. Granbrook, Oct. 3, 03. WE WANT LAND. M in and owners to send us at once minute and exact descriptions of choice dry holdings at close figures and easy terms, near railroad, Leth- bridgrt or Taber preferred. Xo other than choic.- lands near railroads will bs consider .d. M. L. Helgerson, 541 Col fax Ave., So. 250-12 Minn. Minneapolis, 493 Chin ecker TWO CHOICE HALF SECTIONS ADJOINING See THE RAILWAY AT AND PER ACRE Bros. Ott Block Uthbridge ;