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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A FINE MEETING HELD AT CARDSTON Bif Gathering Lktem TQ Well-known Political Mr. Ivec There Oct. meeting m the giftoa in the Liberal Cabinet. The mtereitJi of W. C. the Lib- concerning timber eral candidate, WM held this .rights, and tha of Mr. Oliver's department, vera Place Your Orders for 0 RAYING ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed !PHONE 289 TWO DROWNED AT HALIFAX. Four Had a Narrow on Halifax, Oct. and C. Conrad, residents of the latent Passage, a fishing village at the en- trance of Halifax harbor, lost' their lives. They w.-re employed at the Government works at and were returning from the island to their homes on the opposite "shore in a small fishing boat. When near the opposite shore and under the lights of cottages, they ran on a reel, the boat swamped on'vthe breakers and the six men in her were thrown into the water. Conrad and Nagle were unable to swim, and sank al most immediately, and were drown :d Nagle's wife, who .was standing on the j shore, saw.the simmon ed assistance. Hundreds of boats were soon on, the scene, and thi four men. in' an exhausted condi tion. Two "of the men have pot ye recovered Jrand i grav doubts are entertained their .re- covery. Nagle was. ;and leaves a young wif> and children; the younger of whom is only .eight days old. ureseat A the was a lartc audience to greet the speakers evening, who were an- to be in the in The Best Buy in the North Word Today 1 LANC Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch out your lights at any hour of the day or night. Electric Wiring ;As installed by ns gives the greatest power and lightest metre bills Electric Supplies Of good quality in stock at close prices. McKENZIE ROY Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 DEBS WINDS UP CAMPAIGN. audienee present to the .speak- ers of the evening, who were an- nounced by the chairman to be J. W. Woolf, Mr. W. C. Ivea, W. the candidate for, this Mr. Duncan Marshall, of Sdmoutoa. The railway policies of the Liberal aiul Conservative Gov- ernments respectively were reviewed by Mr. Woolf, who dwelt .specially upon the lands given to the C.P.R. and other corporations fofr railway purpose, thus placing the burden upou the as compared with the policy of a cash subsidy and no laud grants followed out by the Liberal Government, thus making all citizens bear the expense rather than dispoe- ing of our lands for this purpose. The matt.r of Government control of rates as well as making' possible competi- tion in railway charges, was also showa to be the work of the.Liberak The C. and land grants bonus the Crow's Nest Pass as wel as the Grand Trunk Pacific, were all dealt twithj_ and the proposed Hud sonV Bay Railway. Mr. Wopll.point- ed out_the the pooserya ive party toward giving the Cana- ian people railway competition, videnced by their solid vote agains he entrance of the Great Northern into even our fri >nd Mr Herron voting against it.-- The Lib ral party had instituted control o New Conn., Oct.. V. Debs, Presidential candidate of the Socialist wound up his campaign in New England on his "Red Special" today at a mass meet- ing in a local theatre, at which hun- dreds were turned away at- the doors, although an admission fee was diarg-. id. The meeting was preceded by street parade, in which several; hun- dred men with sticks and-red fife and. red. banners marched to band music, in which.'The Marseillaise" was the favorite air. A squad of police .offi- cers was nec.ssary at the theatre to control the crowd which sought ad- mission. Mr. Debo; made a 'lengthy address upon the of .the party.: he railways and rates through th iailway Comniission, and had endea- A BAD Belleville, Oct. Godfrey, sixteen years, is charged with forging two cheques for ten dollars, The sami lad shot and killed his brother about two years ago, but the ooroner decided there was not dence to prosecute. enough evn The Germans are said to mak- ing a hew kind of bread of wheat or rye, for which the grain goes through a process similar to malting. It is reductions upon the of iie; gotnied out, and the in- maaea made upon the luxuries. The of the tariff had been shitted rom the things aeed'd by the settler to the former, tad the given more to the luxuries and thus to the consuming rather than the producing lasses. The trie! motion to try and ictea't th> Liberal Government on (he pretext of wiping off the tariff on ag- ricultural implements, was nicely ex- posed, and the reductions made by he Liberal party cited. The .condi- tions of the country in 1396 those prevalent during th? past eight or ten years'were glowingly and humorous- ly portrayed. TKe importance to -an agricultural country of a ready mar- ket waa clearly shown, and the action of "the Liberal Government in obtain- ing such with -Great Britain through the preferential tariff, was another strong point made by Mr. Marshall. Our neighbors in the vast'.Republic to the south of us had given us great object leeson as to the results of a high protective a policy gave a counfry a small crop of millionaires and 1 ft the .working, classes with very meagre chances for bettering their conditions. The re- tirement of Mr. Andrew Carnegie .with bis 462 millions, amassed in the iron industries of while" his laborers'toiled under the same old conditions was cited as a well known example of such a tariff policy. The Hudson's Bay Railway, with its short- 24 23 22 21 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 toss STtEET i 26.4 8 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 LANE SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, _pupil of th celebrated teacher, William Shake speare, will rec. ive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. PIANO Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A.T.C. M., late of The Toronto Conservator? to give the west all outlets pos- sible its products. Tariff differ- ences w.-re then dwelt upon, and the effected the people pointed out; being saved to .he citizens of this country through the Liberal readjustment of the" tariff. W. C. for Mr. Magrath, folibw.d. He regretted the absence of the Hon. Mr. Cross and the' Hon. Mr. Oliver, who were expected to be He had 'not time to deal with all -the- railroad questions-. He scored liberal! 'Gov.rnment for intmentr-.of Mr.. Darcy Scott, the Railway Comisiissidn, not safeguard the people's interest in railway .matters. He referred to the naming of Mr. Borden's Cabin_-t by his Opponents, but said that gentle- man was perfectly capable of naming: his own Cabinet, and it would num- ber such- men' as McCarthy, of Cal- gary, and Mr. Magrath, of Medicine Hat. Mr. Sifton was sure to be a member of the Liberal Government if th.y were victorious. The speak- er then tried to show how little dif- ference there was in the saving on tariff under Liberal -and Conservative rule. He scored the Liberal party for the small amount of railway ages constructed in Southern Alberta during their administration; also for the large number of reservations dealt with, and yet the one at our doors was still n-ntouched by the real set- ening of present shipping routes by a thouBan'drmilcs, the Indian reserva- tions, "and Government control of V-r- minal topics handled vigorously, by Marshall. The personality of the two candidates in this was taken up owing -to Mr. Ives' implied challenge during Mr. and the speaker whifejthe one had coihe up from the, ranks_ of farmers' had 'struggled up through high school, and "into th'e ranks of a great profession thWugh'his own hard work that wealthy and retired from active businesst through his connectipa'w4thfcorporaiions. Mr. Ives had stated that. Mr. Magrathwas now "foot-looSe" -company he long} but the speak- er doubted if he were "head-loose" arid -forV the "effects of one's who! 3 education and environ- ment could not be .thrown off at The one was a man of the the otner a jman nurtured in a corporation atmosphere, a.- typica 1 Tory candidate, and the Liberal party could not suffer by comparison of the two men. While they last Each 24 said to have a delicate flavor, and by j Of Music, teacher of and theory reason of the process more easily di- gested. The same is true, which 5s sometimes called liquid bread. The brewing of The Leth- bridge Brewing and Malting Com- pany's "Alberta's Pride1' converts the barley into delicious food drink that besides containing a high per- centage of nourishment, is an aid digestion ejd-O YOUNG MAN INJURED. Toronto, Oct. J. Parrington, a young man from Malvern, jumped from a moving electric car last night and fractured his skull. His condi tion is serious. of music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st: 2t per DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to S p m tier. H.- appealed to the prejudices oi ibf. audience as to public expendi- turo, endeavoring to .show that the public funds were being squandered on useless works. Mr. W. C. Simmons congratulates the audienc.' that they would soon be 4own and monthly. Get busy. Nine have been sold up to the time orwriting this ad. _ _ _ 1 _ __ '_ ______ TKe C. B. Bowman Agency Post Office Block Phone 200 health, sound principles, is respect- of a pan of milk. Nor ia the-good and heating catnip' tea "for insom- A FAMOUS TREE New York, Oct. big English oak known as tho Prince of Wales tree, which grew from an. acorn planted in the mall in Central Park in 1S61 by the then Prince of TV ales, now King Edward, was cut down by a park foreman on order of Park Superintendent B -attic. The -stump was pull'd out and the-spot covered with sod. Since 1903 the tree has baon rotting. stand and many persons wrote to ful of 'sacred things, is. .temperate in his habits, not afraid to -work and wbik-hard, and face the world with -a determination- to -succeed. That young man can be trusted with the best and sweetest girl ever rear- ed in a hom.v Marriage and all that a good, loving wife is the de- veloping power of such a man. able to hear the Hon. Frank Oliver ncw3PaPers -suggesting that it b.- re- as to the charges Ives: moved' Several atteC1Pts boei? concerning maladministration. The', made to save the oak by filling the DR. O. J. COURTICE Dentist Giaduate of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2, Macdonald Block v I 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada i HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Heserve and Undivided Profits.............. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sir H. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. V ice-President C. R. Hopmcr, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., A Allan, Ksn.; C. M. Hays EsoM Alex. Harriet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letten of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates people of this district were well! rotted placcs .parafine.; The enough acquainted with the hon. Min-j acorn from which the waa at-r to judge as to whether he was brou-ht by the Prince of Wales fxom he friend of Alberta and Southern! in particular, or not. No dis-j rict needed consideration in way construction more than did our i own. It was the policy of the Lib- eral Government to aid this section, as shown in the construction of the i 'row's Nest Pass Railway. The j sp akor tellingly showed the of thfi Hon. Frank Oliver toward this' section in inking up for Cardston and LETHBRIDGE E, W. mcffiULLEN, How soon the children leave us. It seems but a step between chiMhpod and manhood. How soon.they take this step, and how oft n the eternal stop from'life to death. We little realize what -the .future of our little ones may-be. Heaven kindly hides he book of fate. One word today dly spoken, may on the morrow stand'like clouds of fire, staring ua n the faco. One kind act which might have gladdened the little heart is left undone. Tomorrow it' -may come back to our memory and many If we that the little ones who are .today annoy ing us in their childish fashion woulc tomorrow' lay still in death, how dif ferent would be our actions towarc them. Let us be more patient, we know not what tomorrow has in stor for ua. old plan of industry and economy nia- yet entirely untnatworthy, though Let the sneer at the maiden aunt, but God has a growing more and mor? BO as -the throne burnished for h.r arrival, and ears roll by. Large house, fine fur- on one side that Heaven iture, elegant dreas and equipage there "is" a vase containing two jewels, with no business or visible means to the one brighter than the Kohinoor ack it up are everyday sights. One' of London Tower, and the other larger s often tempted to think th-re is not _ than ever found in the nuch difference between those who' districts ol one jewel work and those who play, but that' by the lapidary of the palace cut with' he balance is in favbr of those rthe words, "Inasmuch as-ye did it to play. This 'is a natural conclusion the other jewel by the Ikpi- Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER rom a superficial standpoint. Old Maid In almost "every circle of our kind- red there has been some queen of self- sacrifice to whom jeweled hand was offered in marriage, but who staid on the old place because of the sense of ilial obligation wifcii the health waa gone the of sooal presence had vanished. Brutal society may call >uch a one by a nickname. God calls her daughter and heaven calls her saint. We like to aksg the praises of the sisterhood who r.main unmarried that they might administer to aged the palace cut with the words, "Inasmuch as ye did it to mother." BIG LUMBER CUT. Spokane, Wash., Oct. mil- lion will be cut in1 the upper Palouse country, south of Spokane, by the Potlatch Lumber Company thia fall and coming winter. company operates the largest saw- mill in the world at Potlatch, Idaho, the capacity being feet a day. T. P. Jones, superintendent of the logging department, says this cut is the largest in the history of the dis- its people when tho A. K. and 1. Co. Of course it is the natural desire tried to leave this burg without rail- Of every mother that her daughter way connection, and he effectively j should "marry to use a cur- gave his nid and the road got its (r at phrase. But much depends bonus only whon it complied with its upon how we interpret the word promise given when it obtained Usually it ia applied to a signatures to the petition for aid to; young man's income or financial pos- build its line into this locality. Thej sessions. When this is the case the matter of land grants to the corpora- standard used is an unfortunate one. tions such as the A. R. and I. Co. is not a more cruel standard was also dealt with. Then it waa by which to meaaur.- a yoxing man shown that the Liberal (government than thc position he is able to offer had thrown open to the settlor for the girl of his choice. We. do not ad- vocato of thf "low in a cottage" theory, by any means, but we do beh v-? in thc good old-fasnionett theory of a young couple starting out into trie world with a moderate in- homest -ad and pre-emption the lands that wero available for stsch purpose. i itry Vrffc jciVfli TO viit: ptUJJie, UUl tv> the corporations. A high tribute to the Minister of the Interior paid, and the pr-at work of thc Premier, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, was sot forth in flowing terms. Canada had no great- er statesman; he was without a peer in our nation's history. Ho stood for national growth, national spirit and national autonomy. Mr. Duncan Marshall most hu- j showed the inconsistency of Mr. Ives' charge as to his forming Mr. Bordcn's Cabinet, when thatsami Mr. Ives had proceeded to place >fr. My young lady reader, if you ar looking for your prince, just test hi home conduct before you accept him Don't be guided in your choice b what a young man be ia your par lor, find out what he is in his moth er's sitting room. Don't judge him by how he dance or turn a com pliment, or xip nis rmt, or carry your small bundle, find out how agil he is to do a service for his old maid aunt, or how he speaks to the wo- men folks when his collars are not laundered to suit him. If he atands the test, catch him quick for he is a rara-avis Together you may estab- lish a kingdom second to none but the Kingdom of happy home I For the home where mutual consideration rules, is bound to be a happy one, athougJa it be the top flat in a tcnem.-nt ot an adobe hut on the prairies. trict. Five hundred men will be erri- ployed in the logging camps, where parents. The bralal world calls these donkey wm the wwk of self-sacrificing ones peculiar or anf- forrncrly used in htuling and ular, but if had had as many lofa demand tor Inm- annoyances as they have had Xtntip- tbe NoTthwest is increwiing po would have been an angel com- rtpidly, due to the "build now" move- pared with you. It is easl r to take 8Urted by-lumber-merehints in of five rollicking, romping child- and citieg on ren, than of one childish old time af0> and it the the best women are ihoae who i. allowed the bloom of life to paaej away while Wiey were caring tor thcirj WUU other were aatap they were MMking the geMon Qne WILL CONTINUE SERVICE. Montreal, Oct. ia stated today old man's teet or tucking up the thc C.P.R. authorities that owing ers around the invalid mother While 'to continued heavy passenger traf- other maidens were in the cotillion fie, the double daily transcontinental they w re dancing attendance upon service between Montreal and Van- rheumatism, and spreading pUeters oouver will be continued for the prea- for lame back oi the ent. come, then clinTbing upward to- gethor. A young girl will be far safer in tlu: hands of a young man born of parents in moderate circxim- stances, honest in his principles, the .nergetic and industrious, than she with a young man who has only krown tho luxuries of life, and to whom work is an incidental matter rather tSinn the aim and purpose life. We do not care how poor a young man may be if he has good J ne qtreslinn whicn actriue iv cern this country particularly is how to obtain the most luxuries with the 1 ast work. Some of the five-houw- a-day fellows have fifteen-hours-a-day wives, which help out a good deal in a family, and sometimes A ten-hour- man ftnds himself in possession of a no-hour-a-clay wife, which assures "dough cakW for that family. Time waa if a man and his wife and child- ren all pegged away at useful industry, according to the- early set- tlors, they would rise in importance as surely as cream rises on the topj WfeyltotStarta OF CANADA Money is more plenti- ful now than at any other season, and you can make a good start before tbe New Year. A Stvtofl AOfHl in tbe Union Bank of Canada win grre you a comfortable feeling of security and make it easier to keep on saving. 5tarts an account, and deposits of and upwards are received. Interest at tlie fcighat otrreat rate is paid 4 times a year. BRANCH: A, ;