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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HON. FRANK OLIVER DELIVERS FINE SPEECH Continued From the Previous Page The letter was directed to Messrs. Prince Bros., operating lumbermen of Baitleford. If we are accused of selling timber limits too cheaply, I am sure accusation does not lie in the mouths of those who only two years before sold a timber limit of 34 square miles for the magnificent sum of ten dollars, for which they had been bid only (Laughter.) Fres From Pull We do not want to be accused of political pull in handling the re- sources of the country, and I wish to point out that one of the reasons why the Liberal government has suc- ceeded in its administration oiv West- ern lands and timber and mineral areas, is because it has been free from poltical pull. has been a square deal for the man who is ready to do business on the condition On which the property was offered to him. But this is the sort of thing j our opponents used to practice. I hava a letter from the files of the de- partment. It is addressed to H. H. Cook, of Toronto, and dated May 11, men and that we will consider th.'S question from a patriotic, as well as a selfish standpoint. There is a dan- ger that we may consider that it does not matter whether this or that can- didate is elected, the Government will he el: cted anyway. Now, let me point out to you that a government receives its strength only as the people give it to them, that the government is strong if it has a large majority eo In reply to the question I would say that the Liberal Government has never made a present of land to any man in the country, nor have we un- dertaken to do so. We found it ne- cessary to dfyil with the Question of the disposition of formerly reserved odd numbered sections throughout the country. You are aware that in 1881 the Conservative Government made a grant to the land tuv ca-iuiuau: is strong in like manner to promote the building of the rail- road, reserving all odd-numbered sec- tions in the three provinces, for the purpose of being handed over for rail- j xvay operations in consideration if he gets a large majority. Now the Liberal Government has been able to do great things in Can- ada, during the past twelve years. It has been able to cany out a careful policy of development which has re- sulted 'as all good Canadians desire that it result. Let me point out to on that was not possible for Liberal government or any other gov- ernment to do this without the en- dorsation of a large majority of the people of the country, that if you want a good government you must have a strong government. There is no good government that is a weak BOVRIL in the Home. It enables you to prepare tally meat to re-serve cold meat and vegetables in a pal- atable and wholesome form. BOVRIL enables the housewife to give tasty and nutritiom food to those undcf her care. A jxxiteart addrmwt to tnli briny little "Tasty DMtS" the railway building the road. ofj grant was made te the C.P.R. of j 000 000 acres, and the same was duly handed over to them. Today these j lands are 'bting disposed of by the j The WILL DO ALL THAT HE IS ABLE SOUTH AFRICAN VETERANS' SCRIP BILL (Ottawa Free Press.) value of the bounty Railway Co. This left the remainder j Afdcan of the odd numbered sections undis-1 scrip veterans Dear Sir: In consideration of your consenting permit us to retain one third in- terest ia the aftC'rmoitioned property we agree to use influence with the 'government at Ottawa to'transfer to and us the timber limits for which you applied to the Mackenzie government in 1878, situate da Sas- katchewan river west of Edmonton, government. It is imposible for our representative institutions without posed of. The Liberal Government, j by. a statute .passed at the last hes- after taking office, mads no disposi- ision of Parliament is being consid- tion of odd numbered sections to any rably discussed, railroad. They had to discharge .the j Those entitled are men whose home obligations which had be Mr. Oliver To Help the Miners Solve Freight Rate Problem (From Saturday's Daily.) (Fernie Ledger.) A 'little boy in town was given the stunt by his father to write an es- say on editors, ajid here is the re- sult: "I don't know how newspapers cam io be in the world. I don't I think God does for he haint got no- thing to say about them or editors in the Bible. I think the editor is one 'A the missing links you read of and stayed in the bushes until after the flood and then came out and wrote- the thing up, and has been here ever since. I don't think he ever dies. I never saw a dead one jam] never one getting lick- i'd. Our paper is a mighty good one; i but the editor Tithout under- I clothes all winter and noii'l wear j any socks and paw ain't paid his sub- j scription since the paper started I paw if that was why the editor Yesterday afternoon the operators and business men of Taber {had to suck the juice out of snow- district took advantage of the visit of j balls in winter and go to bed when Hon. Frank Oliver to Lethbridge to j ho had a shirt washt in summer, j todiity' have a deputation wait upon him And then paw took me out into the In order to keep the home Thousands of American with regard to th 3 freight fates charg- woodshed and lict me awfully hard, ed on Taber coal. Some days ago a I If the editor makes a mistake folks meeting of representatives of all the mines and kindred interests of Taber was held, and Messrs. John Marsh. say he ought to be hung but i! a doc- jnistakes ha buries people dassent say tor makes any tb.em and the b -raui-31 iaid I was in Canada but who served in the jjohn Howell, and Thos. Evans, Wauv doetois c--n read and against these. lands by; the ..___ _ i or ssntinc the. pr.ii W T? Latin. iha ftditnr ,utive Government. I may say it is Amca "the Miner's'! a mistake thero a, lawsuit and the support of the people to-carry out a cardinal principle of Liberalism' to j some part of the war, and included J Union. were. appointed a deputation' and a, big fuss; but if a progresive and beneficial policy, and j carry out any undertaking entered j as well are those of con- to meet Mr. Oliver. i doetoi makes one there is a funeral. I want to say to you that it is im- portant that the Liberal Policy in this work of r'li.v into. When the Obligations against tingent enlisted in Canada, but who these lands had discharged the j reached South Africa alter peace was Be Endorsed j r mai'nder of the' numbered sec-1 proclaimed and also the enlisted fe- -hiclris i "vverc .'open for disposition. Then j male nurses. Of interest to every man and that the Libral Government procaeded to The. deputation was hrhvduc d to cut _ tlowers and perfect A Mr1.'.Oliver by W. C. Simmons the following petition was pres I by the Mr. Marsh acting and pretty, the children weU dressed and tidy, women overdo. A female weakness or displacement is often brought on and they suffer in silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowing well that they otight--to have help to overcome the pains and O trrh 1A V> It is to these faithful women that LYDIA EPINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Liberal government should be turned' by a large majority. If you disunion of muoduced in the Odd; and including two hundred milts want your representative to be j which, 'provided that all iands, thereabout. We. are to have four {strong in councils of Parliament months in which to succeed in this i get in '.'behind him and send him matter; and in the event of success J there with a majority which will have. we agree to share to the extent of j t-j be considered. The rep'resenta-'j tliafc Railway Company j granted by the Militia- one-third, all or charges tico who goes to'Parliament with "ot already secured their land j has any standing, .made or claimed by the government i narrow majoriay, no matter what his I Srant-- that is where the odd numbar- The right of th? volunteer must be j as spokesman. ;a bill established by a certificate Frank Oliver, Mmistei oil .lament: from Militia Department before the interior- i iany grant of land or scrip can be! SirjIWe. the'.undersigned miners. 'keepers, and i one lie nab 'w it ir TOP fioctor goes to s_e anoth. r man's he charges for visit; but if the edi- tor goes he gets a of buck- shot the doctor gets drunk Department. hereafter. tal-nt may be, has not the influence j ed sections had net already of" with been Once .the, certificate from the Mil- itia Department has been received H. H. :COOK, P. H. JARVIS, T.M.DALY. Miv Daly is'the Conservative stand-j {ore you, pleases you, if you think j where. there was-tend available.the j' or of V4W ard bearer in Brandon against is best interests and in already, had a homestead j as he may cbocsf, money scrip Sifton, former minister of the In- .b st interests of the get be-and who under the law was not en- its'. -'face to the" holder terior, and is no doubt denouncing hilld Mr- Simmons and .put him into titled to more land, would now- have in pavmeRt for Dominion larids If political pull and graft m the dispos- Parliament with a large majority and al of timber limits just as loudly as j secure the attention cf. the govern- bis friends, and with 'just as much ment and the Parliament to this dis- honesty of purpose. (Cheers.) tl'ici to which you particularly be- Another instanc-v: It is important that our friends should know what: I have no suggestions to make, manner of men and what manner of '.-against our friends ou the other side Jectet Vcx> slronglj to take another quarter Sec- the not desire to U3fi -t tioi 01 land for per acre and set- for this .piiipbse. those who do al- tlement dues upon it This was in j ways_ reudy- to purchas'e at a small the session of The bill was in- discount. At present' time the dis. troduced, but it was opposed by the j first .lieutenant of the to allowing of -Trade in j the Taber district, do.hereby humbly but most sincerely petition youi i valuable aid and assistance in this appeal to the railway commission for a reduction in the fr-eight rates on the coal shipped eastern and western points from this large andj important coal district. We- -would! most earnestly point out to you that j our area of operation is practically i cut off at about Kegina on the .east on account of the Jieavy rates charg- ed to Brandon and Winnipeg, thus leaving the large area of Manitoba open to be supplied by foreign coal. We feel assured from enquiries "we are it's a case of boing overcome by the heal and if he- dies its from heart trouble; whpn an editor gets drunk a ease- cf too much booze and if he dies its the jim-jams Any old college can make a doctor- a editor has to be born River Rustier LETHBftiDGE SPRINTER as by the j counti oa money scrip issued j constantly receiving' .from eastern half-breeds is about 10 points b yond Regina, that were the administration will be given if- our i such as they have made against us. opponents are returned to office. We j It is not that 'they are not open judge a man by what he has done, such suggestions, but I do not think not by what he says he is going to it is profitable for us at this time to do. (Hear. Hear.) upon sucli discusiori, but what any man more than a quarter section of land unh'ss he bought it and paid the market price. cent. The -V-. teran's right is therefore worth "at Ifiast to in fellow-Conservatives, nclud- trouble to him beyond ing the representative of ibis district; I his establishing it with the Militia Here is a letter from Portage la' I have uggested to you can be sub- i the result that it j dated July 9th, 1894. It is stantiatrd, can be backed up, cl'-n possible to pass the bill at i addressed to N. Ottawa, multiplied a thousand, fold, if you i session> a" and was probably sent to him while; h.id time to listen, in regard to the j ;lext .he was attending'the House of Com-1 conditions that prevailed in Canada I of the bil1 was in mons. j during the administration of' affairs wasevidennhat-if the propo- Dear by the party. I am willing to i arn today in receipt of a letter bygones be bygones and-'continue{ If the' veteran': should to take i i i had to drop it. The -scrip, he becomes _ entitled _ to last the aalect land, in adjoining ouart-er sections anywhere on sur- J freight rates such as would enable us to meet these enquiries, these twelve to fourteen mines which have been idls for nearly twelve months, could have been running most of the time. -Hoping to .have the aid Of your valuable and early as- sistance. Mr. Oliver expressed himself as be- (Xel on B C. News. E. Hagell oi Lethbridge News gave a, sort of-'Ward Marathon exhi- bition, on the occasion of the press Excursion to Lower Bonnington. When the time for leaving arrived the gen- tleman who was studying botany and mineralogy up thsj side cf the moun: tain and did not the train leav- ing until it was well under way and it was too late to catch it. Mr. Ha- gell then1 gave an exhibition of sprint- ing that would make a Longboat green with envy- He was loudly cheered by his friends on the train who seemed to derive much pleasure from the performance which was kept up until the train arrived..at-'Upper to Mrs. r "For years I was a great from female weakness, and despite every remedy given me by doctors tor ttiis trouble, I grew worse. day a friend advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-; pound. I did so, and am thankful to Bay that it made me strong and FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pmk- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, lias been the standard remedy' for female iHs. and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with inflammation, ulcera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularitiesi- periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, prostration. Why don't you try it Mrs. PinJcham invites sick women to -her for advice. She has Rnided te health. Address, Lynn, ing h'artily in sympathy with their i Bonnington. The mile and a half .to open to .settlement.the. odd numbered sections was to be homestead for from Daniol .Saunders, of Shosl Lake, ri our stating that he had tendered for a to good government and fjr tiK' b? permit to cut timber on section four, j n't of all the people, and we have not j township 20, range 22 wast. I know Mr. Saunders will. He has ing slandering of our neighbors always been a strong supporter of j although their opinions may be dif- U ClilVl tJLUi..i.l i j j. 1 1 i of building up Canada.! carried' there vvouid have to SLK months_ m-. each year tor tnree of a habitable' house tnereT'a: is something wrong when the coal of; in. the knees. bill in order that we might overcome and cultivation of 30 acres of jthau Eegina. jtimp to give our attention to some. or around the ob- jections made to it by the Opposition, and the bill was amended so that the the Conservative partv and'can be re-' ferc-nt from ours. I want to say.this! privilege of pre-emption and pur- >Iied upon, to stick to us still. He to you again that" in this great "coun- cha" homestdad should only apply i br comes entitled to "a free patent, j The practical effect of this provision is that the veteran who becomes a Western settler secures 160 acres of free of any chargr- or duty. But Alberta can reach no farther east j should go as far as promis- ed to have the matter brought im- mediately before the commission. He was not doing this as a politician but as a citizen who wants to see Growth Of City Indi- cated By School Population :wjshtjd me to ask you to look into try of Canada, miles from ocean matter' for him and give him any j to ocean, a country as large as Europe assistance you can getting the per- j with resources as -great as those of .iriit. through; I understand that Tul- j Kurop'e, a political party that faces The deputation thanked Mr. Oliver within certain limits between'the does not -et i4' until he has Line, Third Meridian, C. and E. and ed his Patfnt 160 acres as a Tp. 44 south to boundary line. When homesteader. opened the lands for settlement i ordt-r that the veteran who is and expressed themselves as satisfied with his reply. much jy.of Strathclair, is also applying for a gfneral election and appeals to the on the of September we made j not in a position to a home- tht- same piece-of timber and he is an People of Canada with nothing look- Provision for the settler who was on-but-who is provident in the manage- oppnnent. I would rather see Saun- inp to th? advancement and. bet- the land' and him the option steader may get the all possible ,ders it. Kindly help Saunders tcrMit-nt of the. country, but slander. for fifteen days of a quarter section value out of his land scrip, he is in any way you can and I will take i nnd unfounded slander, of their which he could pre-empt, i permitted to asign.it to a substi-J a personal favor. j neighbors and opponents. I have con-; The settler was Protected by this pre-j lute, who by the assignment ac- I will have to write to you shortly fr'tencti th-at no such party and policy eroPtion far as it, was without j quires all the rights of the vet reference to some of my own Qt-! will receive the eudorsation of the trespassing on the rights of others, j This provision practically places tawa matters. I electors of Canada. iIn reSard to why our bill as it was veteran who does not go on the Yours respectfully, Ladies and gentlemen, I thank you W. H. WHIMSTER. i niuch for your kind attention the land, introduced in 1907 was held back bv I nient of. his business affairs, in the CONSERVATIVE. DISHONESTY (rlon. Frank Oliver.) ns-sty is needed in argument as come before the people looking for support, they cannot ex-j pec! to'get it if they do not deal i honestly with the people. The Con- (From Thursday's The attendance at the public sclao'ls continues to increase at a raj> id rate. The reports of Principal Hamilton and Davidson, presented to the school board last night shoir .that during the month, of September there were 453 pupils enrolled ,at Central School and 201 at Westmin- TO COMBAT TUBERCULOSIS. ster, a total of 654. or the same Washington, Oct. .2. The final ses- month last year the figures were -374; asd 510 respectively, .atu-increa.se 144 Or about thirty per cent. Dur- liere began this morning in the iNa- the month 61 new pupils were tionai Museum. Pneumonia in the received into the school. The average process of pulmonary tuberculosis was attendance was 559tas against 379 for one subject which brought forth sev- September 1907. There art now nine- eral addresses. Measures for in- teen teachers on the staff. The board creasing resistance to tuberculosis. building a new two room school such as parks and playgrounds, out- in tne North Ward to relieve the door sports, physical education, indi- congestion- and in the meantime a vidual- immunity, and social condi- department has been opened up in tions and the importance of family the of the Westminster histories for the study of tubercu-: School. losis, occupied the attention of other sections. 1 sion of the seven sections of the In- ternationa 1 Tuberculosis Congress the Opposition, resolutions were for- position of having endorses on the litter hope that on the 26th October warded to tbe Opposition from Win- j acres of land to sell to any home- you will give your suport and str. ngth that Mr. Boyd the note: Dear see matter is looked after. Mr. Saunders got his limit. j country, Canada. ft will be noticed that Mr. Saunders j The Labor Question although a good Conservative could j A few words on the labor things were under the Conservative' question. nipeg money corporations." steader, present or prospective, ivho j-jo-1-it to 160 i servaxiTfts while in power handed out to their friends square miles of timber without compensation and j THE ELKHORN MURDER. Grenfell, Sask., Sept. SOC1ALIST CANDIDATE. i ing Constable Brown, of the R.N.W. Red Deer, Oct. F. Olson has, M.P.. made two arrests, which it is been nominated as Socialist date for Red Deer. this Mo the interests of Liberalism and Oliver here read., a resolution passed j may be able and willing to buy it. to the% development of this great a meeting representatives of! As there is no Government land Jill the great riding corpora-! -G1" outside the pre-emption j tions of Canada, giving- the names j the veteran stands a fair chance of those signing. "A combination of acres of the 320 acre scrip without a bonus. I do not find fault the Conservatives for doing this r tim candi-1 believed will turn out to be of im- portance in connection with the mur- ck-r of Michael Sagar at Elkhonx. government. A Word for the Candidate I do not like to impose- on the au- n-t T dealt with the labor question very i all the large money-lending the price of adjoining railway tions was he continued, "to j lands, which may be from S3 to protest against the passage of this ian acre. Even in the pre-emption bill, and on the suggestion of this! arca> where 10 acres of adjoining A pain prescription is printed upon The two men arrested are being de- 25c h'ox of Dr. Shoop's Pink tained until an investigation they did but when they -n j A j l am aniets. Ask yo.nr Doctor or ss- tnev cannot cive satasfac- nee improper conduct against the, Drnggi8t if this formula }s not m_nt.ivr- hearing and I appreciate it! psrty as compar-d with those of "the whole session- T am Jusi introducing an aero, the veteran's scrip is much. I have not the time to deal longer with these matters. 1 have placed before you the policy on which the government appeals to the people for their support. I have placed before you an outline of cer- tain charges and slanders that have been charged against us, and now I must leave the question to your con- sideration for your decision on the 26th October. You have here a can- didate whom you know, who has given you good service in the local Iptfialature, whose wisdcin, energy and loyalty have been proven beyond doubt. I ask you to give that can- didate support on election day, supporting Liberal principles and supporting the Liberal policy in the development of this country. I want one further word, it ia this. The moat dangerous argument that the Liberal Government to rmm is that it ia time for a change. It is an argument that calls for no because it, contains no senae. Conservative party in reference to the labor interests, in reference to the labor men, will leave no doubt in j the minds of that class where their votes should go, and I believe will go. The Liberal party does not, I will admit, recognize any differenct betu-eon the coal miner and the mil- lionaire, nor do we pretend that the these facts to show you that the Lib- j worth more than an acre for eral party is not afraid to lock horns 160 acres. For the Government re- with .these money corporations. In! quires three years' residence in ad- j spite of the opposition of the Conser- dition to the price, and the exhaust- vative party the bill was brought for- tion of the homesteader's right, in but in order to secure: the case of a pre-emption, while the ward its passage it was necessary to make! veteran's 160 acres is free of residence] square miles at an average of per square mile they should have told that they disposed of square miles for nothing. But the j Conservatives even then took no pre- cautions to have the timber cut. The Conservatives gave away miles of timber and got 32 million feot cut in one year; the Lib- erals leased square miles at good rental and in nine months had 141 million feet lumber cut. Pain Table ble and James Campbell, certain amendments, and if there is i settlement duties and of exhaust- any fault to b.? found with the bill j ion of right, as well as of price. better than A is what you said wben the Conservatives were in pow- er. 80 we did, and it was high time tor a change as tho evidence shows. (Applanae.) What I would like to place before coal miner is any milionaire. The government is to do to thy greatest number bor owes much to -the Liberal party for what it has done in the settle- ment of disputes in the last few yearn. We do not protend that we can make a laborer a millionaire, but what we do claim is that Liberalism notes no distinction betwee.n and man eo long as both be honest Question of Jas. Aihcroft re Pre- emption. Jamw Ashcroft, who announced himself as a Liberal worker for thirty years, Mr. Oliver to explain what he considered unfair regulations regarding pre-emption, hia contention being that the old-timer not be- ing fairly treated. The purport of Mr. Achcroft's ques- tion was not quite clear to the j ss it is it is due. to the unholy al-' It is unfortunate that, whether by LAFOLLETTE FOR TAFT are for settlement, and there is no doubt, that ma.ny men will part with man in this city or in this province j their rights without fair 'value. The who has money enough to go into statute does what it can to prevent the land office and buy a quartor sec- this by providing that no transfer of j right before the issue of the certifi- cato by the Militia Department shall tion. yoa is I hope that as we are. er.'uo he entered into an explanation moat of us at any eober men, M Of the regulations regarding pre-emp- wo are entorprkjinc and intelligent Go to thp blood, if you are going, to drive out Rheumstism. A Wiscon- sin physician, Dr. Shoop, does this with his Rheumatic with seeming success. Rub-on's, says the, doctor, never did cure Rheumatism. It more than skin it< constitutional always. Becau.se of this principle, Dr. Snoop's Rhe.uma.tic Remedy perhaps the most popular in existence. It goe.s by word of mouth from one to another, everywhere. Grateful patients gladly spread It sn act of hu- manity, to tell the sick of a way to health. Tell some sick one. Sold by J. J. JohnHion. valid. As matters stand at present the minimum value of the bounty if tak: en in money scrip should be or in cash, and if taken in land scrip should be not less than 4500 to for purposes of sale, while for purposes of actual settlement, it may easily be worth to as it enables the veteran to acquire 320 acres of land without, intprfori-rvr wit.h his right to acquire in addition homestead of 160 acres as an or- dinary settler anywhere in the prai- rie west, or a homefltead and pre- emption of 320 acres in the pre-emp- tion Milwaukee, Sept. had a, political climax in the corn- manner in which Senator LaFollette first Taft to be a radical in hia political ideas, and then gave- him his own unqualified indorsement. This is LaFollette's indorsement, first, quoting from the Bible: "Thou shall provide out of the people able men, such aa fear God, men of truth, hating and then add- ing: "Such the grea.t leader that we have with us today. Nature gave him poise, judicial temperament, great force of character, tenacity of pur- pose. "His long life in the public service itt distinguished for its marked abil- ity, its wisdom, its integrity, its pa- trotism. He is taking advanced on uie great issuea of the counlry. HP is progressive in prin- ciple. He equipped most wonder- fully by experience. Two "presidents in ftucce.ssion summoned to. their aid the men who is our honored guest WANTED All growers of produce around Lethbridge to send in their goods to the letMiridge City Market Splendid Accommodation for Horses and Cattle Spacious Market Hall For all particulars as to rent for Stands, etc., apply to Waddington Gibbon MARKET MASTERS LETHBRIDGE n ;