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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta IP tohaar. b 0041 dl wahnited prttttMe which cshihtte a froat VMU of pahtk with not to ft retuli to be ia ex- ol the ihftJHM-lMs Ttw record ol the Liberal Govern- 00 the other ii one which THC MCANCST MAN (Torooto Saturday Nifht.) A story U told of the proprL4or in Ontario. He a oaatiJDu.'d interest in the welltre of working and the creation sttd existence a large number of practical meaauret of reform, ed at a minimum coat to the country u a whole. Both parties have had many years in which to disclose their position, and to show where they stand, and human nature, being what it U, it is FOUOtiT PARTf FAVORITES of the Comer- .vative party ii murepreaentation. All Wpartial electors who listened 'to the jUicid ?zplaaatioa by Hon. Frank Oli- the Liberal governnient'g pol- icy in refard to timber limits, could not help but be convinced of that (act. The Conservatives have been onlr KULBfuiahlft- tn thai.- past will be index to the future, and that the liberal party which has-been a true friend to Labour, will receive that support which faithful service merits, and that th> Conser- vative party which has been tried in the balance and found wanting, is not fthe party which either deserves may expect to receive tha> sup- port'of those whose trust it has be- trayed. charfihg that the Lib .-sals handed out the limits to their political fa- Mr. Oliver met that charge by proving that in every case where a; Liberal eecured a limit he got it beeauae he was the highest tenderer. Even when a Liberal's figures wexe f-'W dollars below that of a Con- no effort was made to fix the tender. A Conservative lumberman had as'food a chance as a Liberal every Mr. Oliver, however, verys clearly that under Con- servative rule, the policy was entire- ly Political "pull" had all to do with the receiving of timber limits. A Conservative could get all thai he wanted. The. Conservative campaign of mis- representation and slander is not confined to timber' limits. Not 'long ago the Toronto Mail and Empire, published an article headed "Worse than the Others." It stated that two Ottawa Liberals, Messrs. Bronson and Bay, had been granted by the, Government a gold mining concession on Bonanza .Creek, in the Yukon. The article proceeded: "No- thing was done with the gold mine, and the Yukon people demanded that OUR POINT OF VIEW Stand up, for Lethbridge. Lethbridge is growing faster than any other point in Western Canada. doctor will soon ba rushed with work. The football season has open- ed. What has Mr. Bordeu or Mr. Ma- grath ever promised to do for the cause of Labor? After the political campaign is over a lot of people will have to b3> made a "country and had al ways been known as an exceptionally close mortal. In his employ some years ago "devil" was a who now one of the most responsible positions ou a Leading journal in Montreal The proprietor lost his young daugh- ter, and boy Fred, who was a kind and obliging little chap, if would act as one of the beaten a the funeral. Fred.readily coaaentaK and went home at noon to change his rites, and afterwards he did no think it worth while to return to the office and help jet out the evening paper, but went straight home. .When pay day came around th grief over the death o a member of hisj family had been somewhat assuaged, and he retuarkex to the lad, who was earning the princely salary of week: did not see you around here to assis in folding papers the other after noon." the response, "I had ing medium, and constantly adveitis- GU my best clothes and I did not want to dirty my replied the venal "you should have reported to the foreman. I will have to dock you for the afternoon, as you failed to show up." He then counted out the lad as his week's par. When a "Want Ad" Brought rtMuito (Toronto Saturday Night.) There" is an evening paper in Toron- Ik tatty Go. Itt fc.0ticii.leW I want to fcwy abort 10JM acres of land in traota ol aoi less than a section. The must be all tillable and Iree from stoue, alkali or gumbo'. Tracts of four or five sections in -a body will be preferred; terms must be especially easy, because I intend to improve the land next year. I know what good land is, and am thoroughly posted as to what it is worth. Those whose land Wlli l c want may as well save their stamps; others cau address No. James Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota. In- spection of lands offered will be made in November. A BUYER. efttjr tenus. Ktated for per month. Thi MtOFCSSIONAL CAIDS OR. W. 8. QALBRAITH Physician, SurgWn, Accouchar Hedpath Bt 'Phone U Before 9 a.m., 8-3 7-8 -v MADAM NORMAN (Orchestral Pianist.) Teacher of pianoforte. anc voice prod action, or tteeim pupib, prepura or advanced. for exams. ttrtst. Oregon RambouDlet Bucks f6r Sole HAMILTON 8t YOU NO and Whltnty Black. Snttti Years' Eipmte tactical In again Trith their fellow] to that claims to be a great advertis- citizens. It is a pity that polities' is taken so seriously by: some folks, that it is allowed to sever personal friendships. The Calgary Herald rebuked Hon. Mr. Cushiag for announcing that- the Government telephone system would extended to Shepherd. It- called it a biibe and yet the very same pa- per has been calling on the electors to defeat Mr. Gushing because he was not considerate enough of Cal- Interior I to land' Owued tjr intimated that cancellation had been Government to "the city of the concession cancelled where- ing medium and' constantly advertis- es that fact. The other day the edi- tor was called up" "on the telephone, and this is tha conversation that fol- lowed: "Hello, is that the editor of The F. German The Shoenift Between Sage's and Roy's C.F.P.CwiybMra, K.C., D.C.L., 6. Morten Jonas, B. C. L CONYBEARE fc JONES Barristers, Office: Conybeare Block. Ltthbridft, AJta. determined upon." As a matter ,of fact, the of the Interior did more than intimate that cancel- lation had been determined upon for the. department did cancel the con- cession because it was of opinion that .the .conditions of the concession had _not feen lived up-io. The article pro- to, state that Mr. Napoleon Belcourt, the M. P. for OtUwa at that .time, was called in by Mr. Ray to in- tercede with the government, and to .suggest that from moment Sena- .tor Belcourt interviewed them they saw new light, and the concession was revived. Instead of that concession being re- vived, Mr. Beleourt and his friends, political friends of the government, brought an action in the courts to have the cancellation cancelled and their right revived, contending that .it had been wrongfully taken from them by the Minuter of the Interior. On this casd Hon. Mr. Aylesworth, Minister of Justice, had the following to say at Jackson's Point, Ont.: "The Government fought that issue to the end, fought it as vigorously as it ia posible to fight a case, and abso- lutely regardless of the fact that the gentlemen contesting the case against the Government were their own poli- .tical friends. (Cheers.) We sncceed- .ed in defeating gentlemen ia the first instance, but they appealed from that decision to the- Supreme Court, where it was reversed, that court taking the ground that th> cancellation of the concession could not be supported. Did we stop there against those men who are our po- litical friends? Far from it. Only two months ago under my instructions the Deputy Minister of Justice and harned counsel associated with him went to England and pleaded before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council for leave on the part of the Government of Canada to appeal against that adverse We were refused leave, and that decis- ion against us is therefore final.' Is that not proof that the Conserva- tive press is prepared to r.-sort to the basest falsehoods to mislead the Canadian people. There was a case, in which party favorites were fought tooth and nail by the Liberal Govern- ment. Th3 case was carried to the highest court in the Empire. No favoritism was displayed towards the Liberals interested. Ken who are interested in public questions should be convinced by this time, that it is unfair to the Lib rai party and to the Liberal Govern- ment to accept the Conservative par- ty's insinuations and charges as truth. In every instance, the charge can be explained and disprovxJ. I have Calgary for a site for a free library. In a speech at Sarnia, Hon. W. S. Fielding pointed out that when the Liberal tariff had been in- troduced in 1897 Sir Charles Tuppjr had said that a greater wrong had never been done the people 'of the country than, the Liberal ever, since this tariff has brought prosperity to Canada, Mr. Magrath tells tha electors of this district that there is practically no difference be- tween the tariff policies of the Con- servative and Liberal parties. But there is The Conservative policy is protection to the "hilt; the Liberals believe in a tariff for revenue only. "Yes." "You claim that your psper iar a good advertising medium, don't "We think, it is." "Guess you're about right, an instance :to tell you.' "Glad to hear-it. What ia "Well, the other day, Mrs. Smith, on our stre.4, advertised in ycur paper for a girl. Your want ada surely 'bring results, for the next day- she had girls." The editor hurriedly hung up the receiver. DALY NOT A WINNER (Toronto Saturday Night.) Hon. T. Mayne Daly is opposing Hon. Clifford Silton in Brandon, and a despatch to The Mail says that he has a very fair chance of winning. No doubt, this is merely stage talk. THE CAMPAIGN CRY Work 1 -Work 1 -Work! r Work! finish his "work! Talk! Talk! Talk I Let Borden keep on with his talk I We'll, work! work I work! work! To let Laurier finish his work-! We-11 work! work! work! work! To L-t Borden keep on with his talk for one may fairly suppose that if his own party had suspected thf.t there was the bast chance of his re- turning to Ottawa, he would not have been nominated. Mr. Sifton is in some respects a bad man, while in other respects a brilliant one. Mr. Daly is insufferably afflicted with a congenital incapacity to be either good or bad to an extent that would attract anybody's notice. LAURIER LOVES SCOTCH SONGS At Strathroy on, Saturday he hac an opportunity of meeting many olc1 and true friends, for Sir Wilfrid' familiarity'with this beautiful section of Ontario goes back to the day when he was in Opposition, and h has always had a warm corner in hi hvart for the Scotch. Deeply bed ded in his sensitive nature are th roots of a love for Scottish loyalty and Scottish tolerance, whicn cam to him from his residence as a bo with a Scottish family named Frase IEI the Province of- Queb.c. At French-Canadian concert not long ag a friend made the remark that n songs equalled the French. Bu ROBLIN'S HOT STUFF (Toronto Saturday Night.) It is pretty hot stuff that Mr. Rob- lin ladles out. It is rather too hot to be handled, It is too violent io be convincing. He the language of any angry man; not language! of one who reflects nnd knows the weight and worth of his words, and j TheSouthAlberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have received another car Short Flooring ft Siding Ceding 1000 feet of this covers as -much as 1000 feet of long We are selliug it cheap Call and get our prices Corner Foni JstSoitt of tta [Ilioi il! NO HAND STORE ROUND STREET When people ask the price of my goods they say Four hundred Registered Ramboijil- let bucks, yearlings and bred ..from best strains of the cele- brated Baldwin, Oregon, and These bucks were bred and raised in Oregon, and have been .in this state since last June. Large, smooth and heavy shearers. Finest for the range, combining all the essential qualities of bejt jrool and mutton breed. For prices, etc., ad- drees J W. C, SIMMONS AdvoctU, Barristar, Etc Officti: Southard Block. ADDISON SON Funeral Dirtctors Embalmtrs 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 102 'Nuffsed HOW CHEAP 1 Frank Waddington TELEPHONE 261 D. A. McRAE Cut Bank, Mont. Phote225 P.O. ta 654 CHILDREN Edmonton, Oct. after- -noou Mayor McDougall vmadfe a trip of inspection over the construction the street railway, both in Edmonton and Strathcona. Accord- ing cars will be running between the twin cities three weeks from today, and at the present of progress upon-the construction it appears almost'certain that the esti- mates will be carried.out letter. .The department of the, 'Attorney- General has requested the. city police to see that the curfew law. is more strictly observed. The of po- lice "has therefore issued instructions to police officers to take the names of any children under the age of four- teen found on thj streets after the prescribed J. F. Rodgers- Jos. A. Young FORSALE HORSES Heavy and Light YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. B. ROLF8ON RCHITECT I Block. JA8. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the thirn Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. 8'p.m. will always receive a hearty welcome, A.C.MESSER, -.G.y.S'.CORKEY, W.-M. Secretary, P. 0. Box 637 JiJ PROMINENT TEXAN KILLED.. Houston, Texas, Oct. run- away accident yesterday H. W. Cor- less, a ruember of_a leading hardware firm, was and Mrs. F. M. Treadvray and her four children pain- fully injured. ACC1 DENT TO DENT 1ST. Vancouver, Oct. a young "dentist employed in of Dr. Telford, -nearly lost his life yjisterday. He was shooting, and by an accident the shot lodged isi his left leg near, the hip. The Oxford -Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled. Fresh Oysters, .Cigars, Fruit and V Gonfectionery JOE FONG Proprietor GURNEY. OXFORD "that is not replied Sir Wilfric "There are no songs that touch m heart like thi Scotch." The spell those sweet, simple lays of Scotlam to which he had listened so often in the days of his youth, had never been broken 'mid all the changing scenes of his after life, and this is charac- teristic of the directness, his broadmindedness, and his stead- fastness of Star. MAY OPEN AT TABER. Taber, Oct. Free Press says: judges nicely the influence of his ut- Mr. McGuire, of Toronto, inspector i meuns range perfection. FR' years the ,iiame GTJRNEY- has stood for the highest, development in cooking ranges. No matter what'conditions the range must meet, no matter what price you wish to pay, you will get more range efficiency for your money in the "Gurney-Oxford" lines than in any other that's btnlt. All our years of experience and our store of range knowledge is put into this, one of our latest Golden Nugget Steel Range Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall, at 8 o'clock. "Visiting brethren are cordially invited. s. a. PAVIES, w.p 24-iy T., J. WHITE, W. S Canadian Orderof Foresters Court terances on the popular mind. He Of the Bank of Montreal, and Mr. R.j is built of dead flat, patent levelled steel and lined with seems to be a rough and tumble.1 fight- er who goes into a fray with a g -n- erous supply of noise. HARVESTER APPEALS Toronto, Oct. Gill, F. Reeves, manager of tru- Lethbridge j branch, were in town Thursday last j looking over the field with a view! to opining a branch at Taber. We! understand tlu-y were very favorably j impressed with prospects, and i that a branch will be opened in the near future. QUR CAFE already established an enviable reputation. You may as well have the best. We'invite comparison Medl Tickets....... Single Meals .r .35 SVeekly Board Kate. 5.CO Per Mouth .........20.00 Chow Sam Co. McKelvie Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOUKS Meets ib K. -of P Hall last Thursday of month _- Viiiting Brethren Welcome J. F.r ROGERS, C.E A. .NEI.DtG, F.S. NOMINATIONS IN QUEBEC. Montreal, Oct. H. Bandurand through counsel is making appeal to Justice Anglin for quashinp of sen- tence of nine months in Central pri- son imposed by Magistrate O'Brien of Frrt William. Gill was one of thej Nova Scotia harvesters arrested for! was chosen as tho Liberal candidate throwing stones at insulators on t 1-; in Jacqurs Cartier at the convention egraph wires. It is claimed in ap-iheld this ev ning. In Chateauguay peal that the magistrate applied to I the candidate choaen at the recent the case rulings that apply only to convention of the Conservatives, hav- much more serious offenses. A COMPARISON OF RECORDS The workingmen of Canada will do well to contrast the passive attitude of the Conservative administration during the eighteen years, from 1873 to 1908, with the active record of the Liberal administration, from 13% to 1898, toward labor, though the lat- ter covers a shorter period of time, and to judge for themselves which party is deserving of their support. On the one hand, the re-cord of the Conservative party in so far as it hM any record at all in matters of ing resigned, Campbell of i Montreal, was today'given the nomi- nation. In L'Assomption, Oswald j Forrest was by the Conserva- Tuff Nut "Tlie man they conkl not hang." Lee's life story is noir on sale by IK ncrm FUHEJ I SOME WHEAT The Wells Lend and Cattle Co., Ltd, shipped over bushels of fall j and spring wheat this past month j from their Alberta farm 20 miles' south of Lethbridge. j This was raw land two years have more for sale in the vicinity! at right prices, also improved land. For particulars see Wells Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. agent, FORD TYLER Ltthbridfe Hotel the kind that stands ail kinds of heat and never warps or cracks. It's supplied with the new Gurney- Oxford reversible grate, too. The grate with the interlocking teeth that cut off the jlead ashes, when operated, and makes the fire re- spond No good coal drops through it either, every particle is burnt. That is one of this range's fuel-saving features. This grate can be removed and. a wood-burning grate substituted without moving a bolt or a screw. Then, notice the extra large oven for baking day. And the drop door forms a solid shelf for basting. The fire linings can be removed without disturbing the means economical repairs. The Gurney-Oxford Golden Nug- get Range is a low-price range with efficiency. We would like .to explain it to you in detail. We know that once you have seen it you won't be satisfied until you have this labor-saving, fuel-saving in your kitchen. PRICE. ff GURNET-OXFORD Chancellor Range built of patent-levelled, dead- flat last a lifetime. Fitted with the Duplex revers- ible grate, which can be removed without disturbing the linings. The Gumey-Oxford Chancellor range saves food, fuel and worry, takes all the bother out of cooking. PRICE M.Jt The Gurney Standard Metal Co., Limited Tlie most tip-to-date Rest- aurant in Southern Alberta THE HUB Watch the new Bulletin Board for the menu for each meal LEtHBRIDGE LOUu'c. NO. 3a C. B; P. O. E. Meeta on the si.-cond Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293- Sons of England Benefit Society Mwt in the of Tjlliiji" Hall every first and third Thursday in tin: at 8 p.m. Visiting Irvthrun uhyays come. Waller Applt-lij, FffiilT. Robtnij, Sic W. Box 57. Tte CnUale tetnrcit Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Until tetnmt's W IM Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every eec and fourth Mondays ID the month. Enipl< ycrs requiring certificated im- gineera, and out of employ- ment, )uld do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN. ChieL W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. First-class Cafe IN MI urn mm BOOM Short Ordtr Between Meals ;