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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UrMpf Mi; V tw) DAY, im DUNCAN MARSHALL WON OVER THE BIG CROWD (CONTiHUCD FROM FRONT PAQi.) region and faked the crop reports is well paid for literature wliich says thai trie Liberal is a tariff for revenue, Mr figures'. dr. the differences be- tween tho rate in I860 und the pres- ent timij do not.lmppen to be truti. He said: 'I liavc here a. report'of .the Trade an-1 Commerce Department bar limit' is must, coiiser and a valu- up for sale it .-Government put on it, It hurt it. The C. P. B, then came in great deal of praise as the mak- er of the West and the Conservative bargain with the company was de- fended at length. The idea of build- ing Hudson's Bay railroad at the expense of tho lands of Alberta and Saskatchewan, came in for criticiun. It would not cost rest of Can- ada anything. The settler got the land by paying an acre for it, but the money went to Ottawa instead of Edmonton and the settler had to pay hitf 116 per quarter school tax to ..the.Alberta Government. Mtny schools had to be closed because the "settlers could not afford to pay the tax.- Mr. Macrtth Praiwd In Ives said that he had found that in this campaign more than iti any other that the electors cared ]esa for politics aud more for the personality: of the candidate Mr. Magrath and the A. R. I., with which he was associat- ed were credited with doing more than voice: Ana is paia iur u. whidl shows tlmt-tho average duty Perhaps ;he is ashamed of f his own, performance and therefore condemns all the Thi Making of "You have been told that the Lib- eral party made a platform in 1893. on'all goods entered for consumption in 1.8% was 19.19 per cent, and in 1907 it wus 16.02 jier cent, a difference of 3.17 per cent, in the total." Mr. JV.B: 'Us that -on dutiable goods (Opposition applause.) is'- then sold by' public auction' at a lund office. It'Js sold to thy man who shouts''the; highest bid be he Grit or Tory or any other kind' of man and the bid'njfust be higher than the upset price1 set on it by the Gbv- ernment. He instanced some of the ways the'timber limits were disposed of by Tory Government especially with regard to the no- torious "prior applications" that It is true and it was made at one of) Mr- Marshall: "So; it is on all were always in for ih berths. >r held in 'goods entered consumption. The A Man with Y Grievance I the greatest conventions ev.'r held Canada, composed of men from ev-j ery part of the country. That is not the way the Conservative platform was made. Mr. Borden made it alone and announced it at Halifax, there presenting it for the party to-swallow. Ail so wiis itO the Conservative party which always autocratic." Picdftt Havt "You have been told that the-'Lib- eral-'" party-has'violated every plank of the platform. I will review a few .of them, giving the reasons fov and the results of each, proving to you that they not been violated. The party pledged itself to the abo- lition of the old Franchise Aot, which entered consumption. The Government put a lot of goods on the free list. He does not to give the party credit for that any more' than fo; reducing'' the duty on things. That argument A Man with a Grievance At this juncture, Mr. Claydon ex- pressed rather forcibly his inability to'sec the fairness of the pre-emption regulation for the old-timers, and th'.re was a warm tune for a few from a man whom you speak as.the did not feel dis- any other agency to help the people in 1896 deprived every young man between twenty-one and twenty-three of Southern Alberta. It was Mr. Magrath who got the public square for the city of Lethbridge whih hU opponent was out on the sidelines canvassing for votes.... If ha goes to Ottawa he'will be one of the greatest members who" ewr West- ern Canada -arid no one will be ashamed to say that he is their mem- ber. Mr to say .Ives es was -given a ovation by hU friends as he closed. Two distinct demonstrations follow- ed the intrbduction of thi speaker of the evening, the first being the very boisterous efforts of his opponents. When the chairman rose .to remon- strate, Mr. Marshall Quietly request- ed_ him to leave the crowd to him. "I'll soon fix he said. And bumptious, individual per- sisted in his racket, he cooly remark- eid to him "Just wait a few minutes 'and.I'll make these things so plain that even you; can understand them." ThVcrowd had a good laugh at the expense and felt better for itr. Having expresesd his pleasure vai: being before, a' Lethbridge audi- eace .again, hi announced that it was his intention to make some coropai-- is ana between the policies and pr'ac- of the two as that was trie .only way in .which to find out y.ars of age his vote- because the act did not provide for a revision. The Tory party was afraid of the votes of the young men of Ontario and in this way stole their "votes. The Lib- eral party pledged itself to give every man who was a .British subject over years of age a vote and one of the first things it did was to fulfil this pledge to the letter. Even if a man has not got his name on the voters' list, if he is a British subject, he can swear his vote in. The Lib- eral party is not afraid to trust the peopb.and gives every man the right to exercise his franchise as he chooses. of truth that was only half thfc truth. 1 (Loud cheers.) Hard Times Before 1896 The speaker then reviewed the con- dition of the country .previous to when the of produce wus so low as to makj" it unprofitable; when the cf the West would have got out if they could have rais- ed the price demanded by the C. P. R. to take. when thousands of the best blood. of Canada were go- ing to the United States, when the farmers were' bled' white to benefit the but when, even at that, not a factory was running full tiine or with its full; complement of We have the teams and we're here, to do the business of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to yet our prices before placing your orders Msewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Propc. PHON'E 180 Market Wfcea yen uytfciflf to atll U real it ikh II waal 25c M 4 for SI men.. Why asked. "It was was it this way? because the he Con- servative Government" of that time forgot that the wealth of Canada lies in soil, and she must deT The Gerrymander -tHeir, relative weaknesses strength.- N I- Effect of Ivei' Speech .'''I was and pleased and -to hear Mr. lyes !.and to hear: him de- ecilbe the Conservative platform. I ;arii.mire that with me that Wonderfully made. Do not take Mr; lyes' advice .and wait until tomorrow to think it over. The 'weakest, man in the hall can think it over now. The fact is that the .Conservative- party has .platform and no principles (loud cries ;of Boo-oo-oo.) and gen- ii em ?n, is what is in their heads. They have taken in the Conservative platform and now express it by saying "They pledged; themselves to abol- ish the Gerrymander Bill which was the most iniquitous act of its kind ever on the statute books of any country. Foster, Haggart and Sproule who are still leaders of the Tory par- ty were parties to the Mr. Marshall then gave a humorous-de- scription of the wonderful workings of the Gerrymander. "Before last he continued, lfthe Liberal party had a and truo to the traditions of the party, did it by a commission composed of mem- bers "of.both parties. They drew up th? boundaries of the 215 constitu- encies so fair and square that not a single Tory member criticized, a single, boundary in a single constit- uency. And now we have seven dis- tricts in Alberta. .And who made the divisions? A commiasion composed Dr. Mftlrityre and M. S. McCarthy, one: Grit 'and' oni Tory, divided :'up Alberta.. Both signed the report and it went .through without a division. The Liberal policy is a .square-deal for the people and they are not afraid to trust them. .This is another plank carried' out to the lett.T. And any gets up and says that the Liberal party ,has violated every plank of its platform is lacking either pend on the' ..tilling, of the. soil .for her national wealth. They forgot that it was of no use to build fac- tories to produce stuff for the farm- er if he had no money to buy it. The result was _ that the whole fabric of industry fell down." A Wonderful Change 'In 1896 wi got a neW Government and what" a he added. "They proceeded to solve the problem by giving the fanner a market and rea- sonabs transportation to it. .They discovered that the British p'eoplf Boo-oo. Having heard their can perfectly understand their con- dition We can expect some'to be so blinded by prejudice as to believe what they have heard -but many of you are open to conviction and will vote as you think best." A Gruesome Policy "It must bj a gruesome policy when they have to the dead {o find it and it is not worthy of the once great .but now not much lamented It is true that. Mo- wat and Prefontainc are dead. Mr. Ivea has remarked that Emmerscm and Hyman have been kicked out. They have been kicked out. That is Laurier's policy. When men prove that they are unfit to hold office, he has the courage to kick them oui (cheers) But Mr. Borden, the lead er of Mr. Ives' party has not the courage to kick out the Fosters, Ben Fowlers and Lcfurgeys. Th in political veracity or political in- formation. The .Land for the Settler Another plank was "the land more they graft, the better qualified they arc to -be leaders of the Tory party. (More Cheers.) That is th difference in th? policies of the tw leaders. "Mr. Ives complains of men goin up and down the country telling th people how they should vote. H himself is engaged in the sam; jo as the inspectors he complains of for have the most discriminating taste and the greatest appetite in the world. The tariff wall, however, prevented the exchange products which is the basis of international trade. So the :Government gave the preferential tariff with the result that the ships taking produce to Britain .could re- turn with British goods for adian people. A demand for Can- adian goods was" cr'.ated resulting in marvellous- increase of trade. In 189G we shipped...to ..Great -Britain, butter to the value oi and in 1906 and seven: million dollars worth of-Brit- ish goods came b-ick in the ships. The British trade hr hams and' bacon increased., from 1 ss than to over and in the same time, giving the farmer a good price for his'hogs. In 1896, after eleven years of the boasted development of the C. P; R. in West, Britain took wheat worth and in 1907 although all the wheat was supposed- to be .shipped to them worth of the best wheat in the world. The result is tlmt the farmer has money to pa'yriis store bills, the.store- keeper pays the wholesaler, the factor- ies tore the boards off-their windows that today there is not a factory grievance. Mr. 'Marshall, however, was patient and explained that if there was any unfajrnes.s it was due to tli fact that the Tory Government had given so much land to the C. P. R. and made pru-ompiion land in many one of which wus in Mr. Claydou's .tf-gion. Spoaking of the ybuilding of the Hudson's Bay railway, he said that tho opposition Conservative- par- ty wus due to the desir.1 to sec the lay when the C. P. E would get con- trol of the line thus shutting off com- petition as their policy had always been: Parties Compared. Following Mr. Ives' lead in discus- sing the personn-1 of the parties, Mr. Mare hall thought as-long as the Lib- erals had Sir Wilfrid Laurier at its head and such men 'as Fielding, Pa- terson, Graham and Oliver among its leaders it would compare favorably the Conservative party with its Borden, Foster, .Fowler, Pope, Hag- gart and Bean 't and such C. P. R. di- rectors as Drumriiond, Osier anc Lougheed, who are dominating the party today. The; Liberal party pos as much honesty as these men who wrap the cloak of righteousness around themselv.s and advertise their own honesty. is always reason to beware of such people. The dilemma in which Mr.-Borden placed between demands of jom.' of the party who demand that the lands be given io the provinces of Alborta and Saskatchewan and others like Mr. Roblin who demand Coal, Ice and I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONGBROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE WANTED Young lady, as stenographer and bookkeeper at once. Apply Box L., Hi raid Office. 251-0 WANTED. Want situation as gardener or ditch work; experienced, cine Hat P.O. J. Childs, Medi- 253-1 WANTED. Steady work for married man or man and wif.-; both used to store work; no encumbrances. Apply to Harry Hamar, Gleicht-n, Alta. 253-G General servant. Apply Rooney, 413 Bartlett st. Mrs. F. 249-0 WANTED. Wanted, position by young lady, in store or office; experienced. Apply Box D. 252-6 WANTED A first class pianist. C., Herald Office. Apply Box WANTED Girl for conf .-ctionery department. Must be smart and experi.-nced. Ap- ply Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. 52-0 that other provinces be given the same privileges as thes; provinces now have, was shown up. Borden would be in tha. posh ion of serving two masters which; is an impossibil- ity in politics as anywhere else. A Masterly jAppea! In conclusion, he said: "Mr. Ives -has told you of the Conservative pol- icy and I have told you of the Lib- eral policy and records. We stand by record for the past twelve years If you believe principles vote and support Mr. Simmoiib whose whob life has been spen among the :rank and file.. I have nothing to say against Mr. Magrath. One mau is as-good as.-another but he has nurtured in corporations. He has been a member of the ARE YOU TIRED Wish some gentle stimulant, the means to obtain rest- ful sleep? Alberta's Pride beer b.'ats medicine all hollow for that purpose. Its purity, its fine taste, its other good qualities, recommend it to the jachelor and the family man alike. Got the Alberta's Pride beer? LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd TO RENT. Furnished cottage to rent for the month of October. Apply Box A. 247-0 TO LET. Three unfurnished rooms; young men preferred. Apply at th2 fifth house from Westminster road, on Ar- gyle Ave.; telephone No. 189. in the house, 251-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO ULATIONS Coal mining rigbu of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Weal Territories and British Coluoroxa, taay be leatdd for a term ol twenty-one yeart at an aonual rental of ac acre. Not more than acres will tw leased to one applicant. Application for a lease muai be made to the Agent or Bub-Agent of the district in which the ap plied for are lituated. lui nurveyeu territory the 'ian'" must be described by sections, or gal of and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli od for shall be staked out. Kach application tuust be accom paoied by a fee of which will reftioded if the rights applied for fire not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the inine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining which are net being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least cfnce in each year. The lease will delude the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered aecesaary for the working ol the at the rate of acre. For full information application abouid be made to the Secretary oi the Department t f the Interior, "Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the interior publication oi Ihi2 advertisement will not be pnid tor. TO RENT. Five-roomed furnished cottage to rent for 6 months; can have posses- sion 1st November. Apply G44 Crabb St. 251-6 ASSIGNEE'S SALE Of Dry G cods Millinery Nicely modern. TO RENT. furnished room 512 Round St. for rent 252-2 FOR SALE. Shack for sale. Apply W. Will- cocks, P.O. Bos 438. 250-6 ae settler andL not for railway, corpbr- tions." Since 1896 not an acre has ieen given to a railway corporation. "What about the Territorial Assembly and you judge him by his record Mr. Hugh Scott, :ukcn Mr. Marshall: "I say not an acre las been given to a railway corpora- Mr. Scott: "They tried to but the Senate stopped tb_emT" Mr. Marshall: hclp.d them to stop it? Frank Oliver as the memb.-r for Alberta voted against the grant. I repeat that not an acre has ever been given to a railway corpora- tion since ]896." (Applause.) A Voice: "They gav> dollars." Mr. Marshall: "Yes, and I hope they will give many more dollars, ib may be that all you have get isn't suffering for a railway but others are. We want morj railways. The Liberal party is the party that en- courages railway competition, not monopoly." Contradicts Mr. Ives In discussing the tariff, Mr. Mar- shall contradicted the figures given by Mr. Ivesv and said that he could not have read the Tory campaign in Canada" that has not increased its output and raised its wages during the last twelve years. The trade has increased by taking the surplus of mark.ts outside of the country. It was this prosperity that made it pos- sible for Mr. Magrath and his com- pany to ge_t people to come to this country but even then they could old can Mr. Simmons has been a most active ajid faithful member of the -Alberta legis- lature and you can ;judge him -by his record thcrt Support the Gov- ernment that has made: Canada what it is today. The Cons -rvative party did its best to. make this fair coun- try a cow pasture and -..made a bad job of it; the Liberal party has been the means of making itXthe greatest wheat field in the world. .Judge the Governm nt upon its achievements, -its abolition of the railway monopoly, its railway commission, .its Grain Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigucd up to 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Saturday, October 17th, 1003, "at a rate on the dollar, for the stock-in-trade, fixtures, and j book' accounts of tli business car- I 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. FOR SALE. Guitar-zither, in good condition. Ap- ply Box N, Herald Office. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered asction of Do- minion lands iu Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting' 8 and 26, Dot reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person rho is the sole head FOR SALE Eight young pigs, six Weeks and six young turkeys for sale. Apply to J. T. English, Lethbridge, P. 0. 253-6 247-0 of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter suction of 1GO acres mor? or less. implication for enuy must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- old FOR SALE Small bunch of cattle, 90 Fixtures, etc............. 778.73 Lot No. Hook Accounts.......... 569.21 head, .well bred and gentle. 20 choice fals 3 and 4 years, per head with- out calvts; per head with calves. Apply to Lawyer Thompson, Pincher not have done so had not an order- Act, its British preferential tariff, its iri-cfmnctl issued at the instance of 1 timber limit reforms and "its mak- Clifford Sifton, made it possi-j ing Of all the of the name during the past quarter of a century. Vote for the Liberal can- didate, Liberal principles and Sir Capital, test VafivIM PrbftsExccci Why Not Start a "Money is more plenti- ful now than at any other season, and you can make a good start befove the New Year. A SavllfS AtCtWrt i" toe Union Bank of Canada will give you a comfortable feeling of security and make it easier to keep on saving. starts an account, and deposits of upwards arc received. Interest at the higbsst current rate is paid 4 times a year. ETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Andervm, hie for th.'m. Now everybody has money. Even lawyers can flourish two hundred dollars at a time for charity and real estate men can sell Wilfrid Lfuiri r." land for twenty-five times the high- est price they could get und.-r the wonderful development caused by the C. P. R. and the Tory Government." (Cheers and laughter.) Protection Against Monopoly The Government's action in pro- tecting the people from the railways by the railway commission' and the Grain Act were dwelt upon. The taaming of the choice of railway lands all over the country and the ex- from taxation granted by the Tory govt rnrr.ent were explain- ed-showing their great detriment to the progress of the country. It was because of the influence of th? C. P. R. that the "turkey trail" was built to Coutts to prevent Jim Hill from providing a competitive line and j it was only after the concessions forc- ed from the C.P.R. by Liberal Gov- ernm that the people, of Alberta got compf-tition and a market for their produce in the Kootenay, and permission to loftrl llu-ir grain on Total Tenders may be for any or all of these .lots. The highest or any ten- d r not necessarily accepted. Terms cash, balance i-.i one and two months, sscured, with interest at sqven per cent., or special terms may b- submitted. Information may be obtained from the undersigned, and int nding pur- chasers may see the stock and in- ventory upon application to W. C. Simmons, barrister, of Lethbridge, Creek. Alta. 24S-10 FOR SALE. A good team of horses for weight about Ibs. each. Apply J. F. Frame, the Drayman. 252-0 FOR SALE. A b-iy horse, good driver; 5 years old; about elev 'n hundred pounds; drive double or single. Ap- ply C. Begin, near the Gas Well. 252-6 who is in possession of the keys. Qrabb St. FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre fruit trees and small fruits, facrs on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 As Mr. Marshall concluded his mas- terly address the vast crowd 'almost to a man cheered him with a fervor and enthusiasm which, showed that he had won thooi to his cause as nover before had an audience be -n won in The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., A. G. ROSS, Manager, Official Assignee. Calgary, Oct. 3, 1905. SOME WHEAT The Wells Lamr-and Cattle Co., Ltd. shipped over bushels of fall and spring wheat this 'past month from their Alberta farm 20 miles south, of Irei This was raw land two years We have more for sale in the vicinity at right prices, nl.so improved land. For particulars Wells" Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. agrnt, FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel PROPOSALS FOR NEW STATION AND FREIGHT SHED AT FERNIE. TENDERS will be received up to 18k, Monday, October 19th, for build- ing a new station and a new freight shed at Fernie, B. C. Plans covering the work may b seen, and other information obtained at the office of the Superintendent or Resident Engineer, C. P. Ry., at Cranbrook, B. C. Proposals must submitted on blanks furnished by the Company, and th; Company reserves the right to reject any and all bids J. BROWNLEE, Superintendent. FOR SALE. Lots 7 and 8 on Guinness Street 37x127 each. _ Full particulars from Wm. Carter, North Ward, or at Bent- ley's Store. 251-C Lands Agency or Siib-Agenc; tor the district in which the laud i a situate. Entry b> prosy may, hoV ever be made at an Agency ou certain conditions by the father, mother, eon, daughter, brother or sisk-r of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead dutiet under oue of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land ic eacli year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him, not less than eighty (80) aciee in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3> If the father (or mother, if thfc father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming laud owned solely by him, not less than eighty (30) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him iu v.cinity, euch homesteader may perform his own residence unties bj FOR SALE. Shelving and counters. Apply F. Kirkham, at T: M. Banks and Co.'s old stand. 250-0 The Germans are said to ba mak- ing a new kind of bread cf wheat or rye, for which the grain. through a process similar to malting. It it cars and not through elevators to have a flavor, and by New Timb2r Regulations- I reason of the process more easily di- g-sted. The same is true of beer, which is sometimes called liquid The brewing of The Leth- Cranbrook, Oct. 3, 03. 250-12 WANTED Young married man, competent OWNER'S SALE The undersigned owner oi north half sc-ction five, township eight range 19, situated about 13 miles southeast from anc 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 The speaker accused Mr. Ames and Mr. Tvcs and oth.-r Opposition critics M the Government's timber policy of being unfnir in their criticism bc- caus-> they did not tell of the chang- es that had made in the regu- lations, although these changes were made before Mr. Amos commenced his alloged investigations. Before a tim-1 digestion bread. bridge Brewing and Malting Com- pany's "Alberta's Pride'" ronvertf the hurley into a deltciom food drink that besides containing a high per- centage of nourishment, is an aid to ced Address desires position as hotel i no experience. Wife c-xperien- Locaiion no object. C-o Lethbridge 1 TENDERS. Tmders will be r chived by the un- j dersigned until noon Friday, Oct. 9th, for the unloading and delivery of 120 tons of cast iron and lineal fer.t of wood stave pipe for force main for the City of Lethbridge. WANTED j FUH particulars may be obtained Young married man desires posi-1. at City Engineer's Office, tion. Well educated and willing to C. M. ARNOLD, iving with the father (or C4) The term "vicinity': ioe two preceediug paragraphs Li uefined meaning not more than mue miles in a direct line, exclusive c-i the width of road allowances crosuud in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform hia residence duties in ac- cordance with the above with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice iu writing musl be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion at Ottawa, of intention tc for patent. W. W. COR1, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol advertisement will not he paid for. 253-6 WANTED. Small girl to do light Apply Mrs. J. W. Glyn and Courtland. housework. Bawden, corner 253-6 work at anything. Apply eod-O Herald .Offlc Box T., j 253-6 Oct. 6th. City Engineer. 251-3 U. M. Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, I.eih bridge. Between Chin OcwooapecKer i TWO CHOICE HALF SECTIONS ADJOINING THE RAILWAY AT AND PER ACRE !ll Weber Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;