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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCtdiH It MM. the Daife BtreU Prinltof KT Itvfei A. Mf0MJ 531 feu IM I by six by bf M both tod aid be Witt do ted today icjr ef the Liberal gyvprnaaeat attract- ed the of Aiaerkan Ur- r to district. over cided that were, bet- tar for {arming thaa in the lona, aad erf the SOOA. there wan a Ljutde owned by the rttth. BaUway 4 Co. and C.P.H. purchased by laad aiul placed on the market, and as a consequence we have today afed aad coaapetitive roadt ffiajr knew it vottU be to give the C.P.R. a greater upot the eoMBirjr it already had it eMouragtfd the Canadian. Nor-1, them with today thai' road in oiMraikm aw tween and Winnipeg. Thaa it fathaied the Grand Trunk Pacific, another tranacontinenUl betweea uid by will ba and THE LIBERAL PARTY IS THE FRIEMD AMD ADVOCATE Of RAILROAD COMPETITION AND DEVELOPMENT The elector who is anxious for rail- s- road competition must vote for t Liberal record, since it cama into power in. 1896, shows that all iU efforts have been directed to supply Western Cauada with rail- -roads to open up compete with the the country a Canadian Pacific railway.. On. tte .other hand the Con party during the time it was itt power, left this country at the niercj' of one railroad corporation the C. P. R. It gave that road, a complete and monopoly in this country. Today Couser- >ative party has no inore active or loyal friend than the C.PJK. It has always been and likely always will be, the backer of the Conservative party. Its solicitors and directors are closely identified with the direc- tion of the affairs tive party. growing at War Wr, Milk Hiver, Taber, Graaty and north of this city. U ers rushed in auu took up the land owned by Prior to 1896, it would have been considered lolly on part of a loan to even take up a botuestcad at any of. the mentioned and to have paid or an. acre for land, would have probably in the estimation even of Mr. ilagrath, qualified a man for on insane asylum. Taber began as a mining town, wise men appreciating the growth of the country, but little imagining that the immediate dis- trict would ever be covered with pro- ductive farms and- happy people, invested in coal lands and developed the mines. In time the Mormon peo- ple, who have ever been pioneers in agricultural development, took up homesteads at this point. They turn and Cl'.tt. of the year over track from Winnipeg to Ed- monton Tfceae gave traaapor- tation. to a country of great ami .where eoneider- had taken -place. The charge now madethat the Bouth not been given a tive read. No it not, but Mr, Magrath that both C.N.It, and the G.T.P. have charters for Carof Barb Wire On Track Today ed over sod, planted, the grain and proved" that the Taber district was as rich in its grain' growing pos- sibilities as In its What is the result? Today practically all the laud around Taber is under cultiva- tion. of the Conscrva- Mr. Magrath, in his address: on day evening had- something to say about the railroad question. He fs reported In 1898 there was a difference in railway mileage between Alberta i WTiat a revolution of conditions there has been on'.the C. E. line, where twelve years ago three passen- ger trains a not the C. Pja., but today two trains each way daily can hardly accommodate the traffic. The country is as thickly populated as some of the oldest- sec- tions of Ontario. What has the Liberal government had to do with this growth? We do not claim that it is wholly respon- sible but we 'do maintain that its trict and will come in as soon as the main are completed, probably before But the government has not nagUciei the -south, as instance the eoaatme- tion of the Crow's Nest Road, which put on a main liae of road and started us on the up grade. 3Lr. Xagrath, while arguing lor com petition, did not announce any rail- way policy. Be did not what he was prepared to do for country, if he were elected. Neither the Conservative "IcssJvT icy..v The-attitude of the Conserva- tive party on this question wholly destructive and not eonctructive. Ei- ectors must remember that the eral policy is and has bees, railroad1 development and competition. They must also not forget that the Con- servative party is a C JP.R. party, party standing for monopoly. Many of its. leaders are prominent in the C.P.R. and it is say that if the Conservatives-come to power, the C.P.R. would have sufficient influence Lo keep out competitive roads. The; C. P.. R. would: like to rule Western Canada. It wants to keep out com- petitors. We have a case in our dis- of.its ambitions in that-direc- tion, the purchase of the control of the: A'. A> I. Co. in order to keep Ik tatty to, IU. J. P. Jot. A. Toog FOR SALE HORSES a ad Light Me SUUcs WM practically possessed only one main line of railroad, the C.P.R. Now we have in addition two other roads. one crossing the coun- try from cast to west about a hund- red miles north of the C.P.R. main} fine and the other opening up the vsist country north of the Saskatche-j wan river. These roads practically owe their existence to the Liberal i party. Sir Wilfrid Lanrier and his' colleagues realized that for the West; to develop it must have more rail-' date all the cabinet ministers if 3fr. Borden is returned. Nearly every Conservative candidate is to be Min- ister of Something or Other. A WISE JUDGE (Edmonton Saturday Xew.s.) A man named Creighton was sen- tenced to death in Owen Sound, On- taric, last for the murder of his wife and two step-daughters. Au effort was made prove insanity but it was clear to judge and jury that the crime was. due simply to ungovernable passion. to .fits which, a long 1 ing had made the. prisoner subject! In delivering sentence.' Sir... Justice Ridriell, who since on tlu Bench has used his position time to time to give utterance t11 CTrnM to the of thi ovtn. a special divisional fttaa divides it forces half over front of the oven. This metbtxl (tives even temperature all over the oven. The ranee fitted vrith the Oxford rerersible Wcccsi coal 5Rver prrxluccd. Tr-.c Oxford Canadian isbiuUofthe finest plan- finish stool, wrrii asbestos lininf. It is a. ranze we would like to tell you ftbotuT and you slionUl know more stoat. Fric. Closet extra GURNEY-OXFORD Canadian Range SOME WHEAT The, Wells Land and Cattle Co., Ltd, shipped over bushels of fall spring "i'nonth from their Alberta farm 20 miles south of Lethbridger -This was raw land two years We have more for sale in the vicinity at right prices, also improved land. For particulars see Wells Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel Meets iu K. of P Hail' lasi Thursday of month Visiting Brethren Welcbme J. F. ROGERS, C.E A. KEIDIG, F.S. LETHBRIDGE LOUut NO. 36 C. B: P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday oi each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMA'M. M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Is- the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Motto tetanat's IH Coaklale Bloeii. Short Orders at all Hours Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 29iS, SOBS of tajlaai tetefit Societi in.tbc Xnigl.lii ofPytliiu- Hal! cvpi-y first nnd wionto tit 8 p.m. Vhntirg Lrrthn-nul wel COTHK- WuSter FrH T. Robiim, Sic Vf. Bur 57. IF YOU ARE PARTIC- ULAR GO TO THE HUB AND YOU WILL SATISFIED BE Lelhbridge ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every ;vnd and fourth Mondays in month. Emplc yers requiring certificated en- gineers, and out oi employ- ment, do well to communicate with .us. ROBERT KEVIN, ChieL W. A. D1CKSON. Secretary. First-class Cafe IS TKEI I0m DHRIK Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE ;