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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHIDQE WEEKLY HERALD WATCH FOR THE MEN Who are going from house to house in this city giving away beautifully illustrated leaflets containing several choice Recipes for delicious desserts and explaining about JELL-0 The Dainty Dessert which can be prepared for the table Sim- boiling water, cool and serve. A small pack- age makes enough dessert for a large family. Sold by all grocers. A perfect substitute for gelatinc.A conscc rvmm FOOD co, CANADA. Awards, Gold at St. Portland aad If you value your health avoid cheap Imitations. JELL-O costs a little more, bat iO CENTS PER PACKAGE Some Interesting Data Showing Progress Made Under Liberal Rule .The postal service of the country may be rightly described as corning home more closely, in a sense, to the lives and the business of the people .than any other of the public services- There is no better test of the great the past decade than the expansion of the postal system. In no year in the'.history of the Conservative Government which held office from 1878 to 1896 did the Post-office Department have a surplus: In 1896 there -was a'deficit of 'Since 1903, under Liberal administra- tion, the PostofHce has produced a surplus amounted to the grand total since 1903 being In review Kind Words ment since the Liberal Government took office, thf present Postmaster- General, Mr'. Lemieux, said in a speech at Niagara Falls: "I take no eredjt for this surplus. It was due Chinook.' from the Pacific to the master hand of my predecos- Ocean temper the cold, yet some- sor, Sir William Mulock, one of the cold spirited men this coun- (From the Bluffs, 111., Times.) Alberta, Canada. Bluffs Times: As "I agreed before leaving home to -write-: a brief and true statement of f acts, "relative to this country to my i-friesds, I desire to do this' through jyour paper. I left home September 1, landed i'n St. Paul on the 2nd, at- 11 a.m. I went out to the State Pair which is said to 'be the best in -the United Stales and I think this -rcpsrt is, about correct. I pulled into Taber, 'September 4, over the. Canad- ian Pacific -R-.R. at .11. p.m. and on -the was driven over a fine large "tract pi. land and saw them harvest- ing wheat, oats and flax, and also many, threshers turning out a -fine of spring and winter wheat. "Taber is a young growing town of population surrounded by -a. fine country, and. near .the Belly Kiver (excuse its name.) I suggest- -ed they change the name to Billy Ei- -ver, ia honor of Mr. Bryan, as it is such a swift runner. The lowans me down and said we were under King Edward, but I got them "to consent- to modify the name to vgtomach River, whose banks are a hundred feet high, and immense hurt you, the -winters are -not long, try has ever produced. I am only and much sunshine. They have had following ia his footsteps. And, good rains here, but since I came mark well, this magnificent surplus the weather has been fine, days warm has coincided with a substantial in- and" nights cool are good .crease in the salaries of the post- and you can -buy anything here you masters, with a large increase in the can get in the States. The people number of post-offices, with an enor- hcre arc .very kind and accommodat- mous addition in the mail service, ing, {in served. the laws are strictly ob- and last, but not least, with a re- Truly, W. G. PINE. cluction in the postal rates." j Mr. Lemieux is entitled to the ere- dit of having proved himself a worthy successor of Sir William Mulock. The ACCIDENT TO 'HOMESTEADER. reduction of the drop rate; in cities Red Oct; A homesteader from" two cents -to one cent, made in named Geo. Evans, residing near Ed- the closing clays of the recent session well, a small hamlet about forty. Of. Parliament, is the latest in a long miles east -of- here, 'was injured in a series of reductions in postal charg- runaway, his leg being broken three places. DUTY ON BOOZE. Ottawa, Oct. has been is in taxation, of the peo- ple for public service since the Liberal Government took office. The inland letter rate was reduced published dutyof "fifty cents from three cents to. two cents. :per gallon on' porter, and ales The letter rate from Canada to the imported into the Yukon Territory-- United "States was reduced from This do.s not apply to Canadian or three cents to two cents. British products. The ordinance is The .letter, rate from Canada to Great Britain, and to every portion of the British Empire, has been re- duced from five cents to two cents. The rate on Canadian newspapers nnd periodicals sent from publishers effective November 1. TRAVELLER ARRESTED. Davidson, Sask., Oct. Dixon, a commercial traveller em ployed by H. 0. Knowles, manufac- -veins of coal are cropping out all along turers' agent, Montreal, was night by Sergeant Goldsmith, of -out the coal. Mr. Jas. Hill, the railroad king acres, and is now running --a -large coal abaft at Taber. The water in the Stomach river is j -clear, pure and good and xised by in Canada- to subscribers in Great Britain and other parts of the British Empire, has been reduced from eight R.N.W.3VI.P., charged with purloining about worth of sampl.a. cent per pound. The rate on newspapers and period- icals sent by the general public in Canada to Great Britain and other GOMPERS AFTER TAFT. the British Empire has been 'Washington, D.C., Oct. Deduced from eight cents per pound many towns, and is as good as 111- Gompers, president of the American to four cents per pound, or 50 per river sandwell water. One of j Federation of Labor., issued a state- meat last night in which William H. And correspondingly last year Mr. Tart, Republican candidate for ths T.Pmieux was able io obtain from the Presidency, is bitterly arraigned be- British Postmaster General a reduc- our 3Towa men bought a section of land that day. When I landed in 'Taber .a man told that there 90 land buyers -in Taber that -day. Lethbridge is 30 miles west of Taber on the Crow's Nest branch of -the Canadian Pacific railroad. This is a splendid new town of and -lull of land buyers from the'States. I am rooming with another bunch -of Iowa men who own land here. One jroung man has two sections.- This does produce what they say -It does, around Taber and Lethbridge for I have seen the goods. cause of the latter's 'charge "in a speech jn the rate of postage on British at Denver last night that the labor- magazines and newspapers leader was to his followers." Canada from, eight cents per pound Mr. Gompers accuses Mr. Taft of to two cents per pound, falsifying as to Mr. Comber's posi- Speaking of these last two mention- tion on political questions. ecj reductions, Mr. Lemieux said at Niagara Falls: "I claim that both these reductions have already been High Riv-cr, Oct. is -prob- abundantly justified. The Canadian ably one of the largest real estate reduction has been a means of mak- deals ever put through in High.Riv- ing Canada better known, and of at- er for many moons was negotiated on trading population, wealth and in- SOLD A RANCH Today -no business at all j Monday last when F. C. Lowes .Co. "dustries. On the other hand, the ni- ls dene here. "So instead of going sold the old EX-ystone ranch consist- ttJlectual preference has promoted ing of acres of excellent land throughout, the length and breadth of to George Sutherland a wealthy Canada a true spirit of loyalty and present post office ad- devotion towards the mother coun- dress is Rio Gallegos, Argentine try.-" Republic. This ideal ranch proper- A few figures will show-how, with ty was owned by Messrs. H. H. Bain- the substantial reduction in the rates es, W. S. Henry and Jos. Limoges of postage and with the increase of of this town, who have been operat- salaries to postmasters from S12 to Financial Results 1896 1908 Making financial im- provement of.......... The above figurts show the admin- istration of the Postoffice Department while keeping pace with the general progress of the country, has been characterized by unusual oare hn good business methods. In regard to the free rural mail de- livery which' Mr. Lemieux announc- ed at Niagara Falls as about to be inaugurated, he explained that a mod- srate farm of that service has been planned, which will utilizse the -ex- isting postal machinery, and, let us hopcv not prove too costly. With the present average density of popula- tion in Canada and the present fi- nancial resources of the country, free rural delivery on the basis of the system in the United States is ab- solutely out of the question. In Can- ada the area to be served is as great j as in the United States, but the United States has a population of against Canada's and a postal of annually against Canada's In other words.there is in the Unit- ed States a population fourteen tim- es as great as ours, and a postal rev- enue twenty times as great, to bear the cost of free .rural'mail deliverly; which was not inaugurated until that country had population and a postal revenue' of over a year. In this matter we in Canada ASKS GLEN CAMPBELL TO NAME THE MAN Alb., Oct. Frank the acceptance of Charles Murphy, Oliver addressed an enthusiast! 2 the new Secretary of State, as a can- in the Town hall here, and didatc for a seat in Parliament. The dealt with the charges of graft in Liberals had already nominated Geo. grazing leases. He mentioned inei- but on the appointment' of dentally that Glen Campbell, Mr. Mr. Murphy the suggestion was made Burrow's opponent, had stated that that Mr. McLaurin should retire in in connection with the lease and this suggestion he generously of the Brown Beddinglield Company, acceded to. of which he is a member. Mr. Oliver Sir Wilfrid was enthusiastically re- said it was not enough for Campbell ceived. His first words were of to say he had bribed an official; he thanks to Geo. McLaurin for the zmsi say who the official was, and he. had taken on "that occasion, give proof of the transaction. If that He discussed the political situation were done he, as Minister of the In- very much on the lines covered by terior, undertook that the official, if some of his former speeches. As a inahe should riot sample of the scandals exploited by with scandal after scandal, and you would find there is no foundation in them." furnish a programme of music. Great Reception to Fielding. Toronto, Oct. Mr. Fielding was received with the ut- mus e 11 S sey Hall, the .audience rising en masse, arid cheering long. When this subsided he said he .wondered what in the had come into the heads of his Conservative friends said they were going to sweep the country. After seeing the audiences at Sarnia, Gait and here now in Toronto, since the great chieftain had come in and stir- remain there a moment after the Conservatives he referred to the cases red up the grand old Liberal party, bribery had been established. If; Of Bronson and Ray concession in Campbell will not come exit, name his "the Yukon, and also to Premier Rob- isn, and prove his he would. charge he thought it would give the vatives all the work they wanted to- i hold their preset position. let alone be like the rest of the party, merely; ianci to the Crow's Nest Pass Coal i talk of .a: change. a disreputable slanderer. Winnipeg Conservatives. Winnipeg, Oct. Conserva- tives of Winnipeg meet tomorrow night to select a candidate for the must cut our coat'according jjominion Eouse. Several names are cloth. For some time, as announced by Mr. Lemieux, the officers of the Department have 'been studying the main features of rur- al free delivery as operated in the United States, with a view to the mentioned, among them being Hugh John Macdonald, J. A. M. Aikins, and Alfred J. all barristers, of this city. .v-- Geo. Taylor's Guess. Kingston, Ont., Oct. Geo. possible introduction of a scheme Taylor, M.P., Conservative whip, in a statement to the Daily Standard in accordance with our revenue, pop- ulation and physical condition. It is satisfactory to 'know that in in- augurating this service the Govern- ment has a postal surplus for the past years of over a, million dollars to come and go on; BIG FIRE AT MICHEL -.to Sunday School I walked out to In some respects, the most won- railroad bridge (now Ia the world. It is very nearly one a quarter miles long, and from the Belly River to the track rail is :307 feet high, 310 feet high to the top of the steel plate side of the bridge, it is claimed no bridge in the world 'has so much length and height com- bined. This young city is modern, and one of the "best for its age I ever saw. Tomorrow I go all day to see hun- dreds of thousands of acres of rich lands like that around Taber. On the inst. I expect to go north about OTIC hundred miles and see .Calgary and vicinity, and learn of its possi- bilities. 'A day or two later I will start for 'home and take along some samples -of the products of ".Sunny Southern Alberta." I am told by many the here is fine. I saw at Taber large fine fat cattle, that never had grain of feed of any kind, but out all the year round and feed -on the sweet nutritious native gras- ses. The agent there told me last year, every month last winter some of prairie grass1 burned off. The ing it for the past few years. the service, in Canada has nev- (Special to Michel, B.C., Sept. new town of Michel was visited by a seri- ous conflagration Tuesday morning, which destroyed nearly an entire busi- ness block in the new town. Constable and the night bartender at the Great Northern hotel noticed a blaze towards the new town. Thinking it to be what is known as Dago town, giving the alarm, they at once set out. for the scene of the fire. However, when they reached the business block opposite the ceme- tery they discovered that the general store owned by Bonamico was on fire. Mr. Meikle, publisher of the Michel Reporter, occupied a building in the rear of the burning store. He was soon aroused, and saved his family and property, including his printing plant. The fire soon spread to a vacant building next to and an- other building next west occupied by A. Vlasak, meat market. His family escaped with their night clothes. A strong fight was made for Joseph Seigle's general store building, but the intense heat was too much for the fire fighters, and it also went up in flames. A large part of his stock was saved. The Fisher livery stable was saved after a gallant fight by the bucket brigade. Mrs. Eagle is the heaviest loser. She had just received a large consignment of new goods, partly insured. Jas. Scott's black- smith shop, adjoining Seigle's store, j was also destroyed. He had a small! amount of insurance. V. Lasak car- ried partial insurance of building. The vacant building was not insured. It is impossible to learn the extent of insurance on Bonairuco's. He to-day, predicted a Conservative vic- tory in the coming Dominion elec- tion, by 121 to 100, divided as fellows': 3, Liberals 1; -New Brunswick, 9, Libs. 4; Nova Scotia, __ Cons. Prince Edward Island, Conservatives 6, Liberals 12; Quebec, Cons. 15, 70; Ontario, Cons. 66, 20; Manitoba, Cons. 8, Libs. 2; Alberta, Cons. 3, Liberals 4; Saskatchewan, Cons. 1, Libs. 0. Total, 121 Conser- vatives, 100 Liberals. Laurier in Russell. Russell, .Ont., Oct. Pre- mier's tour of Ontario could scarcely have had a more fitting climax than the' meeting .here today. Russell as Sir Wilfrid" expressed it, is a .miniature image of the Domin- ion. 'Its population represents all nationalities, with perhaps Scotch Liberals and French-speaking ele- ment; in the ascendency, and in ad- dressing, the audience the Premier was but emphasizing and accentuat- ing .what his progress from riding to riding has so far kindly illustrated, that he is the leader, "not merely of a party, but of all nationalities, classes and creeds. The gathering of Russell county Liberals had ad- ditional interest, as it has marked' Company. "Mr. Roblin charged that the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. had obtained concessions of land. Yes, they had; but not from the Govern- Tory Qrafters in Brartdoni Brandon, Man., Uct. lace, the independent Conservative- candidate for the Dominion constitu-" ment ox Canada, but from Gov-jency o{ BrandoUj opened his cam- psign hers tonight, standing room ing at a premium. Many of the. of British Columbia, which is a very different thing. There is not even a tittle of scandal in that, and so it is all over. I could go on SIMMONS TO HOLD MEETINGS Wi C. Liberal candidate, has arranged the following meetings for neii week Oct. 5. Garde Oct. S. Mountain Oct. 7 Oct. 8. Oct. 9. Oct. 10. Spring Oct." 12. v Mr. Magrath and Mr. Ives are in- vited to attend, and they will be given an opportunity to address the meeting. PRESENTATION TO PRINCIPAL. Raymond, Sept. Thursday evening at the Meeting House a pub- lic farewell was tendered Mr. B. F. Keillor, the retiring principal of our public school. .-Mr. Keillor's long and faithful service he was presented with a safety razor and a ring. The committee having the courtesy in charge .was composed of audience were Conservatives who come to hear Mr. Wallace, as tHerar-" were rumors that he would make- some exposures of graft as carriedT on -by'the innei circles of the Tqiy party in this city. "They-were disap- pointed in. part, as the candidate" only- referred to matters in "general .terms, saying that graft was practiced" to a _ large extent by Brandon .Conserva- .v tives, and quoting- the -cash amounts- which "individuals of the. inner circle had- secured for Roblia Governmentf patronage which they controlled. Borden's Susy Day. Durham, Ont., Oct." L. Bor- den addressed four meetings today- ,1 The first one was held at nine, o'clock this morning at Stratford, and- tested the capacity of the -City hall. ''The second was at Listowel, the meeting being held in a freight shed on ac- count of a downpour of rain. Eight hundred were present. At Hanover over eighteen hundred people were present. Many people were unable to get in. The last meeting -was- -held this evening in the Opera hall here. All" the gatherings were very enthusi- astic. In West Hastings. Toronto, Sept. Hastings Liberals named Mayor Funnel, of, Trenton. In Saskatchewan: Regina, Oct. Liberal candi- date for Salt Coats is Hon. Thos. Messrs. H. C. Jacobs and L. King.- D. McNutt, and for Horaboldt Dr. D. 3. Keeley, M.P.P. ertbeless been extended by the Liber-j claims he does not know. The insur- nl Government since 1896: Number of THE JAIL SITE PURCHASE (Calgary Herald.) To do the Alberta government jus- tice, it canot be said that the editor of the Eye-Opener has made good his entire charge concerning the Leth- bridge land deal. It is one tiling to criticise, the propriety of government officials selling land for public pur- pc.ses. It is another to charge that a rake-off of was. made in a month or so and applied, either in or in part, to election purposes. Beth political, parties are too apt to impute dishonesty to one another. MR. GANDIER ACCEPTS. Toronto, Oct. Alexander Gandier, pastor of St. James' Square 1396 Presbyterian church, has accepted 1903 the principalship of Knox College. Percentage of increase 30 Money Order and Postal Note Offices 1896 I-310 'l908 9-637 Increase 3.327 Percentage of increase 636 Postoffice Savings Banks 1S96............................ 755 1008 Increase.................. I Percent-age of increase 43 ance was carried by outside agen- cies. Outside of Bonamico the loss to tlit- insurance companies will not exceed six thousand dollars. TO CUT OFF DIRECTORS. Ottawa, Ont., Oct. the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Alberta. Railway and Irrigation Com- pany, to be held in London Novem- ber 4. the-number of directors will j be reduced to six. Total Miles of Annual Travel of Mails ..633 J908 Increase.' Perctg. of increase. 44 Number of Letters Carried 1S96 Increase .....'........279.983 000 Perctg. of inciv-ase 241 j Total "f Articles Carried in Mails {The wholesome, harmless given leav- BOSTON MARATHON. Brockton. Mass., Oct. J. W. j O'Mttara, of North Cambridge, today won the Marathon race from Boston to this city. Time 2 hours 31 minutes 20 seconds. E, Greier, of Jamaica. Plains, Mass., was second; Charles Henry, of Lynn, third, ami Samuel 'A. Mi-llor, of Youker.s, N.Y., fourth. 189G 1906 Increase Porctp. of increase 190 Amount of Money Transniittec! by Money Orders and Postal Xotes ,800 es nml tender mows stems of ;i King IK -hrub give to Dr. 1903 ncrease. Percentage of increase 323 Number of Depositors in Savings Hanks 1903 Percentage of increase 31 Snoop's Qough PvutKly its curativ1! propcrites. Tieklini: or dry bronchial i coughs quickly ami safely yield to this highly Cough Medicine, j, Dr. Shoop assures mol.hers that they j can with trive it, to very young babes. 2so opium, no chloro- nothing harsh or harmful. It, calms the distressing cough, and heals the, sensitive mem- br.Tnes. Accept no other. Demand Dr. Shoop's. Sold by J. J. Johnston. THE: New Hardware Store and Its The store is located in the Bryan Block at the corner of Round and Streets. The fittings and furnishings are being made specially and are modern in the extreme. Four carloads are now on the road, of the highest grada hardware and accessories that buy. Our policy will be to carry high grade goods, and to sell them as cheaply as we can for cash. Cash prices will rule absolutely, and we feel sure that you will be unable to buy better goods for less money, in or out of Leth- bridge; than our store offers. We will buy in carloads on'y, and pay cash for all our goods and will give you the benefit of our discounts. Our stock will not only be high grade, but we will buy in such quantities as to eliminate the annoyances of being out of stock. Every article that goes out of our store will be guaranteed, and if your purchase proves other than we guarantee, ours will be the easiest store in town to get your money back. We expect to be open for business about October 10th, and want you to take this as a personal invitation to visit us st your earliest convenience. A. H. McKEOWN, ;