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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Black Watch Mad MM The Chewing Tobacco ofQyafty- tan. A FINANCIER'S VIEWPOINT (Toronto Globe.) An eminent financier of Toronto, one who has never he-silaUu to .stand. with any cause that he esteemed right, has called my attention to one more potent reason why Ontario should 'now, at last ignore her bigots of race and creed, and give Sir Wil- frid that emphatic approval which has been a principal ambition of his whole useful, patient, honorable life. Canada, the financier observes, is ex- panding and growing rich on capital mainly borrowed from Great Britain, i Between January and August of this year no less than had thus been supplied to the govern- ments, railways, municipalities and sundry financial institutions in the Dominion. It is necessary to contin- uance of the country's marvellous progress that Laurier and his much- trusted Finance Minister, Mr. Field- ing, should not be "thrown down." Who -would replace them? That pleas- ant tyro, Mr. E. L. Borden, and thatj astonishing man, Mr. G. E. Foster, NEWS FROM i ALBERTA'S CAPITAL Paragraphs of Interest Gathered In Ed- monton Edmonton, Sept. With the ex- pectation of seeing trains running into Edmonton on the Grand Trunk BIG U. S. PAPER THINKS LAURIER WILL WIN whose infidelity to the most sacred fiduciary relations has been rebuked vehemently over and over again by such staunch Conservative journals ss the Toronto News and The Mont- real Star. Ontario, says the impartial finan- cier, my informant, simply cannot afford to take the risk-of drying up the stream of British capital, or so damming it that it would flow in only at the price of much-increased inter- est rates. That seems to me good sense. On it he mainly bases a -pre- diction that sane and canny Ontario Is.about to bestow on the Federal Op- positionists the surprise of their liv- es by giving Laurier than ever before. Of course, at this stage of the campaign the soothsay- ers are prophesying vigorously against one another. I will not join them, but simply say that the opin- ion- of that financier would be mine if I were venturing to declare one. (From the New York Sun.) The official announcement from Ot- tawa on Thursday that the Canadian Cabinet has decided that the Domin- ion general elections shall be held (Sir Wilfrid Laurier at North Bay.) "The Liberals are not afraid to meet to solve them whenever they occur. In the last twelve years we have had difficulties more than nnce to solve, and we have solved them to the sat- isfaction of everyone. I do not pre- tend that I am infalible. Far from it; alas! L know it loo well that I am only a miserable sinner. (Laughter.) If I did not know it the Conserva- tive papers which I read every day not keep me in ignorance. (Laughter.) It has been my fate and on October 26 had partially dis- counted by the unofficial intimation a few week? ago that Parliament would be dissolved and a general ap- peal made to the people. Canadians, therefore, will have practically a di- rect campaign of a little more than a month, as contrasted with the Am- erican campaign, which got under way in August, after the official noti- fications to all -the candidates, and will continue November 3. In Canada with the general elec- tions only five ahead there is as yet scare'ly a ripple of excite- ment. This situation arises from the fact that the Conservatives have so far failed to raise any commanding is- sue which stirs the people. The Lib- erals, on the other hand, have a sub- stantial majority in Parliament and Sir Wilfrid Laurier goes to the coun- try on the general policy of complet-j ing the great works which have had their inception under Liberal rule, during the last twelve years, and more particularly the pushing to com- pletion of the new transcontinental railway. An added impetus vrill be given to the Liberal onset by the announcement that next Monday the Grand Trunk Pacific will open up passenger service over 666 miles oi newly laid track from Winnipeg to Wainwright in Alberta. On the Conservative side, Mr. Bor- d.-n, Mr. Foster and Mr. Ames, who chiefly represent the Opposition, seem to be making the issue of higher du- ties their principal constructive plank, together with an attack on the increasing expenditures of the Gav- that it does not take into account interest was taken here in the visit this week of Charles M. Hays and F. W. Morse, president and vice- president of the Grand Trunk Pacific. j They are accompanied by Chief Engi- j ne. r Kelliher and other officials. They i were on their way to Prince Rupert i via Vancouver, and inspected the road from Winnipeg west, as well as j thv grading done of Edmonton. A news despatch has been received from Vancouver stating that J. W. Tretheway, formerly of Edmonton and more recently of Cobalt fame, has again been blessed by luck, for his NO BASIS FOR INSINUATIONS. Mr. Oliver's Readab'e Comments Up- on Mr. Deliverance Some Pages from the Conservative Record Hon. Mr. Olive? in his Wianieg speech dealt very tersely and con- clusively with Mr. Ames' insinuations i of irregularities in the awarding of timber berths which were based chiefly on deductions from the hand- writing of tenders on the files of the Department. Mr. Oliver's comments are ridable and very much to the point "The whole of the attack, upon Government rests practically on o instance. There was a certain limit applied for. It was There's Health in its savor, And strength in its It's a stimulant for the ener- vated, And a delicate tonic for all. in the ordinary course, to be put up Ram Lai's Pure Tea tenders. Two of them were in the handwriting of A. W. Fraser, one be-1 ing in his own name for j the other in that of W. H. Nolan's i Sold by all Grocers in Half and One Packets and 1, 3 and 5 Ib. Tins But if it wrong for Mr. Fraser i by for There was a third tender James Currie on behalf of Mac- to "f' would-be just as donald Bros., of Otawa, for wrong Mann. Flavian had an I encloses I liV.-JU'SC'S O understanding wun an official 01 tne j la rf m a n I T-ni TVH in C1 AAA in cash. The is department; that he put in the tender in his own name, and that, as to the rest oi the- tender. Berth 646, i r i .successful tenderer, A. J. Fraser he Curng put m a tender for this j- gets the tender without inenti' niii" official, according to arrangement, f, ..utim .mne v -iA j ii. j e the amount of his tender in the bodv submitted another tender winch submitted another tender Fraser had written out and which signed Nolan's name to, leaving the amount prospecting party in the Ingenika blank so that the official might fill the increaing development of the Do-1 country hag made rich finds lhey minion and its consequent increase j ejajm in wealth, but the contrast of figures j is impressive in the popular vit-w.- When in a year or .so the G.T.P. The distinction, therefore, between i line is built west from Edmonton to j the Rockies, it is expected that an- and Conservatzves in Can- ada has the somewhat unusual merit! other Banff will spring up in the Yel- of being more or less clearly indicat- ed in the names of the parties them- selves. The Conservatives have been compelled to follow in the wake of Liberal progress, and with no domin- ating personalities among the lead- i lowhead Pass. One of the earliest parties of tourists to that region of the tender. "I need not weary you with more of instances, bat I want to em- is absolutely A UNITED CANADA limit. The suggestion is that th? of-j ficial wrote in the figures and j put the cash in the and declared that the tender was thej highest. official of the Department who opened the tender, was J. G. Turriff. He was examined before the Public tn tii-A I phasize the fact that it is absolu to tile nf_i unfair to contend that because the are not dotted and the t's are crossed that there has been impropri- ety. Here are cases which occurred under the last administration that are exactly parallel to the one our op- ponents have built up such a tre- mendous argument out of. The regularities are similar, but we do reached Edmonton this week on their, Accounts Committee and swore that. return trip. The party included Prof. he did not do this> Mn Fraser aisoj.not allege that there was Coleman, of "Toronto University; L. G. Colcman, of Morley, and the Rev. G. resignation Kinney, of Victoria, B.C. They appeared before the Public Accounts jimproper' aud they have no to .Committee, and swore that he We I a3Iege uny against us. tAnrWc o-ni-i fiiwi fimiroI "We have deposed of the timber both tenders and filled in the figure Charles Tuppc-r they have naturally concentrated their attack for the most part not upon the under.iubly went out to the mountains two months himself, and put the money 50 as ensure Development. Wf> ago. They almost succeeded in their in the envelope himself. Miss Munro may be misjudged by people in other attempt to scale Mount Robson at the who Mr. Turriff's stenographer J parts of the countr-v- but _ i -t-r T, t I 7 _ _1 i.1__j. _ 1_ _ 1 I 'i v tiJT-J, i.v ,_Ti v-tLj TIT things Premier Laurier and the Lib- cnd the swore that she was present when the making feet out of Aj t.nders were opened> and that the deep fresh snowfall prevented their i facts were as stated_ "There was al> solutely no contradictory evidence, joing further on their They made the trip out to Edmonton from the head waters of the Smoky river in 16 days. The Blowey-Henry building, prob- ably the largest business, block in the and I submit that, in face of those! PARTRIDGE STRUCK HORSE sworn statements, and in the ab- i ernment. and some revelations of boodling and graft in certain depart- lot for the last thirty years to read every day Conservative papers. I hap that, if not in this world, per- hope that, if not in this world, The question of tariff, there- onement for mv sins. (Laughter.) fore> fieures as PcrhaPs the chi'-f -is- There is one thing, however, which on ths Conservative side .while my opponents cannot take away from me. I have never lacked the courage to face a difficulty when a difficulty was placed b fore me." (Cheers.) BOOST FOR LETHBRiDGE (Geneva, Nebraskaf Signal) the Liberals have raised the cam- paign cry of "Let Laurier finish his work." ..The Liberal position on the tariff is simple. The Liberals hold that the tariff can be raised so high as tc pro- duce absolutely no revenue, with the erals have done, are doing or pro- pose to do, but rather upon special instances in which there has been a or corrupt administration of cer- tain details of government. EspetiF ally have they been able to make a point in regard to particular instanc- es of negligent or corrupt civil ser- vice in the Marine and Interior departments, and they couple with j this a general count of extravagance and recklessness'in Governmental ad- ministration, expenditure and poli- cies. Even on these issues, which! occupied by the owners for a display "Mr. Fraser stated that it was if substantiated are undeniably sood'o{ tneir makes the es-1 customary not to' put in the-figures grounds for criticism and electoral re- taoiishment the largest of its kind until the last moment. This was I consedered a necessary precaution ive aiv not niisju.'jrc-d afraid that we shall be by the people who aro most interest-1 eel settlers of Western Canada." of contradictory evidence, no And Was Killed at Peterborough, man has a right to ask an audience to believe that there was anything v opened Saturday. wrong done. It is an imposition on Ontario Peterborough, Ont., Sept. new way has- been found for kiliinsr The remarkable fact about this im-1 the-people to go around the country j and in this respect a h rse mease building is that even at this j and insinuate, and insinuate what owned Mr. John Mervhl mav be_ period of the city s development the j has been disproven on oath. (Loud' entire space on four floors is tc be i cheers.) The horse in question attached to a buggy, was standing in Mr. Merwtn's yard, at Mr. Merwin's residenc-'. on the Monaghan road. A partridge blew in from somewhere and it was apparently flying "blind" for it proof, the Opposition as yet has fail- west of the ?reat lakes- ad to rouse more than languid inter-! With the proposed sale of the St. j so that the business of one man est curiosity, as they involve de-i Albert telephone line by the city to -might not leak out and give a by hitting the tails and transactions with which the I the provincial government, the latter petitor the advantage. A return was j -m the side Ol- people as a mass are necesarily rm-iwill have acquired the whole system j produced before Parliament and I j was to such playfullness on familiar, while the Liberals have the! built in 1S34 by Alex. Taylor, now myself went through that return and advantage of directing the attention! clerk -of the court here, and sold-by noticed instances of similar of the electorate great -things i him to the municipality, already a-ccomplished and others that The new packing plant at the north- are contemplated, such as the pro- easi> end of the ,city is already mak- tices- when the Conservatives were in office. We do not admit that there the part of feathered creaturf-s aud immediately sta rtft! ...to cut up. He made one or two wild prances, upset, the buggy and did. considerable dfirn- (Sir Wilfrid Laurier.) "It is now twenty years since I assumed the leadership of the Liber party, or, to put it more exactly, it is now twenty jvars since the too great partiality of my-friends in the House of Commons put upon my shoulders the responsibility or lead- ing the Liberal party. My friends iV I have wished that the burden, the duty and the hoi.'or had been entrust- ed to some one- from thp great banner Province of Ontario; I would have followed with glee, with enthusiasm, the leadership of a man like my friend Mr. Mackenzie or Mr. Blake, but. when with too great partiality my friends chose me to be their stand- ard bearer I swore, to myself that I would give to the task the whole of my life, my soul and my body, and that I have done. (Cheers.) "'My days cannot be very long now. But whether they are long or short. I shall ever treasure as the most holy thing" in my I may say confidence which lias been placed in me by men who were not of my own kith and kin. Exit though they wort- not of my own kith and kin they knew that their rights W..TC just as sacred to me as the rights of my own people. Cheers.) I have endeavored to maintain the principle Liberal party is broad enough, that Liberal principles are large enough to give an equal share of justice and liberty to all men, no inatter what -may be their race, or religion. This Is the feeling that has animated me, and this is the feeling which shall animate me to the end, if my eyes close upon a more united than I found it twenty years ago when -I assumed the leadership of the Liberal party I shall die in peace and happiness." (Loud and prolang- LIVES LOST. was anything wrong in what was done and harnf.ss poed Hudson Bay Railway and the'ing its presence felt in the city and and we do not allege that, because requirec} repairs after the horse had All Red line, for instance, once the new transcontinental railway is corn- outlying country. A very fair price is 'paid for pork, and daily there are the like was clone under the Couser- j quieted down vative administration, that there was j The part nf thc Bombay, Oct. correspondent of a local newspaper who has reach- ed Hyderabad, capital of the Hooded district, describes that city as u vast grave. The streets .and baz- plet-.d to Prince Rupert on the Pa-] shipments of cattle and hogs coming j anything wrong. But we do say, ever hnd in the case of the Conservatives. It j jt out of Veterans savs: There is a movement on ainonj was an ordinary business transaction and the main question for the Govern- j ment was which tender was the j highest and was the money there. J "T have here photographic repro- j ductions of the tenders put in by jt is prcbablf1, that tht was injured lx'foiv it struck flu Eraser and the tender m the name of j j.is Mtfxim Currie. I have also photographic re- Oct. divorce wn.s granted to Nat Goodwin today from productions of other put in j in -former years. I hold the tender for j berth 703, dated, Stonewall, Man.. October 23, 1895. It is addressed to the proper official .of the department, written out in a good fair hand; is the tender for that berth, and it is j signed Isaac Eiiey. The hand-writ- j Frank, Oct. Frank paper j ing is the same from top to bottom j and corresponds with the signature, i I have also a letter dated Stonewall, j on tho ground of desertion. gru- some mass of stone and mud and decomposed flesh. It is impossible aeeurutdy to estiniate the death roll H the stricken district, the corre- spondent declares, but some natives put it as high as fifty thousand. Six hundred corpses wer- taken out of the mud at one spot yesterday. The funeral are burning day and night. Thf damage, is at two hundred million roubles. the rank and file of the mounted po- lice to procure for the members of that force a land benefit similar to that bestowed upon South African veterans in the new Oliver land bill. The old-timers among the police con- tend that mt-u who have devoted their December 8, 1895, in which he com- plains about the survey of this berth. The bottom of the letter and the sig- nature art4 in one handwriting, but not in the same writing as the writ- ing in the tendi-r, bearing no Hves, or a groat portion of them, to j to it whatever. It is pcrfocly tho public sftrvic in the mounted po- organization ought to bo entitled clear that same agent made out the tender and signed Mr. Rilcy's name, to as much consideration as men whoia5 he had authority to do. But, bo personal rather than partisan. While I served brtut a, bric? .in Eot'r the Conservatives have labored un- der tho disadvantage of having no commanding personality among their leaders the Liberals in Sir Wilfrid f.aurier have a statesman who has won first rank among Canadian stat- esmen and Colonial premiers and is admittedly a figure in world politics. The first French-Canadian to achieve the Premiership he has succeeded in impressing his personality upon his Administration to a degree scarcely equalled, certainly not_ surpass: d, even by Sir John Macdonald in his prime. He has also certain admirable Qualities which eminently fit him for Canadian leadership in the days of unexampled development of the Do- minion. His schemes, such as the new Transcontinental Railway, the Hudson Bay Railway, the develop- ment of the Canadian waterways, the All Red line and British preferential trade, have touched the imagination of his countrymen and filled Can- adians with optimism as to the splen- did future Canada is entering upon. Erect, lithe and vigorous, despite his sixty-seven years, he is still buoyant and hopeful and with abundant con- fidence in the final realization of his dreams of Canada's future. war. On this hypothesis they are taking steps to procure, if possible, a further amendment of the Land Act to provide for the extension to them of the same benefits conferred on the war veterans. A meeting was held at Macleod recently, at which the old- timers on the force took steps to get the movement under way. It is re- ported that for all men who have spent their full time to retirement the same concessions be granted as are giv> n war veterans, and that men who have spent five years in the force be allowed to take a homestead and satisfy homestead ivfimromoTitei by cultivating a given number of Stomach troubles would more quickly disappear if tin- id--a of treating the cause, rather than the effect, would come into practice. A tiny inside, hidden nerve, says Dr. Shoop, gov- erns and gives strength to the stom- ach. A branch also goes to thc Heart and one to the Kidnr-ys. When these "inside nerves" fail, then the organs must falter. Dr. Shoop's Restora- tive is directed specially to these fail- ing nerves. Within 4ft hours after starting they realize n gain. Sold by J. J. Johnston, cause we find a letter on file in his own handwriting, are we to suppose that, therefore, this tender was a forgery or that any or wrong was intended? We are not going to be so absurd. The tender is for There were other tenders for thr- same berth, and D. E. Sprague put in a tender for The difference be- tween Mr. Riley's and Mr. Sprngue's tender was, therefore, only We do not allege that there was anything wrong or that Mr. Rilev must have known Mr. Sprague's tender, in order have tendered only Every- one knows that there is a possibility o: such a thing occurring, and there is no warrant for the impropriety. A third tender put in was for I have another ca.se, J. D. McArthur puts in a tender on No- vember 8, 1805. He encloses but does notgivt- thc number of the but his tender is accepted. It was not regular, but the main point was that the man wanted the berth and he put up the money. was the only man who -ti ndered for it and he got it. Here is another tender dat- ed March 2nd, 1896, and signed Mac- kenzie, Mann Co. There was an enclosure of crush. We do not t allege that there was anything wrong. How a Sask-alta thermometer earns its money. By indicating when oven is ready for baking. By cutting out the "peeping" into oven By showing on its face "what is going on in the oven, By saving "door-opening" heat. By substituting certainty for chance in baking results. "Sask-alta" range thermometer was tested for six months y before one range was J sold. "Sask-alta" thermometer is to the housewife what the compass is to the ship captain. Ltndoit Toronto, Montreal.WlnnlpcS, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calvary McKEOWN-HICK HARDWARE CO., LTD., LOCAL AGENTS. ;