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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta l^HjBtlHMl. At) TUESDAY. CNCTOBEB: is, imi.> � DaOy Herald Mr. Ives that )w made � mtsiike, dnd IKat tho pple' present agreed WUh tHo Herald in municlpdil matiikrs whclhir thijy did In poHticaHnattfero or not. ihtmti by th� Dallf Herald FrinUai. Oo., fita., everr lawful eveninf at Ito oflUM. Bound St., Lethbridge, Albecto. OMWd*. W. A/,iUOKANAN. MMaglni Dl- Viitar �id tdltir; ^ - SuMrlptlifH RaUa , Dally, one ye&r. delivered ...... 4.m Dally, aiz moDth. delivered. !.� D�Uy. three inoDthi. delWteed.. I.m Daily, toe moiithi delivered M UaUy, olbe yeat. by mail ...... t. Dally, lis montha, by mail .... 1.71 Dail?. thtee month*, by mail .. J6 ;9eekly Herild. one:year ....k. iM Addreise* ebanged ;aa ottkD aa desired; but both new and old address nuat be liven. . MR. MAGRATH'S POSITION (Hon. Frank Olivvr at Medicine Hat) "I plmd for honest politics. Are you going to support a party, guilty ol dishonesty in representing as a scandal a project which was. entered into in the ordinai-y course of liusi-uesa and was certainly intcndtoU to S�G&re developnient of the country in your immediate vicinity. I observe that the Conservative candid'ato says he will Support the Bobbins Irrigation proposittoh. The people of Medicine Hat do not need to thnnl; him for that promise. His support is no good to them. His party, if they come to power are pledged to what they ore pleased to call restitution of the public domain. They are pledged to destroy the Bobbins Irrigation Echcnic, not in general terms, but by name and statement, and yet the gentleman, who comos before you as a candidate has, may I say, the audacity to expect j-our support, as a means of putting tJiat party in power." TAXATION REDUCED In 1896 under the Conaervativo tar. Iff, $18.88 was the average amount paid upon every llOO worth ol^foods impoft.d into the cotinllry. U.ndcr the Liberals, the oycmge rates per aiinum have been as fol. lows ; 1897 ............ ... 1898 ............ ... 1899 ............ 1900............ ... 1901...... ......... 1902............... 1903.............. 1904.............. 1905 .............. 1906.............. 1907.............. If, since the Liberals have been in power, the Conser%'ativ>^ average rate of taxation in 1896 Imd been levied upon oil the imports, nearly fifty million dollars would have been col lected. That is the fair measure ol the reduction ol taxation brought about by the Liberals. 117.87 16.95 16.70 15.98 16.06 16.09 15.87 16.28 16.04 16.73 , 15.66 THE VOTES OF THE WORKING MEN It has often been urged as a ru' preach against workmen that they they ore easily dcludc~. Wo�d St. V,'. C. Simmons made a splendid representative nt Edmonton and you can count upon it that ho will moke just OS good at Ottawa. Sco that ho is elected and you will never regret it. (.\t Berlin, Sept. 24.) "You have heard the Conservative leaders say that I, when introducing the question to the House of Coni. mons, misled tho House; that 1 stat. ed that st would cost 113,000,000. whereas it is going to cost some $20,. 000.000. Sir, that is very small poli. tics, it is very smal potatoes indeed. What I stated was this: That we w.rc going to build tho railway from Win. nipeg to Moncton, but lease it to the Grand Trunk Pacific Company, which was to J5ay interest upon it, except for seven years. Well. sir. if we build thr railway and borrow the money to do so at 3 per cnt. interest, that will be covered by the payment of interest we receive from the Grand Trunk Pacific ' under the lease. If a road coat one million or two rtiillion. the inter st you pay out with one hand yon put into your pocket with the other. If we had made the condition that the cOnipany should commence payment as soon as the road was completed, not a dollar would you have to pay, but for sevon years the inter st is to bo borne by the Canadian people, and altor seven years it will, bo borne by the G. T. P. I estimated thitt tlu- cost to us for seven years'of interest would be $13,000,000. Perhaps in this I have been too gen. i-rous. I didn't Expect that the times would be so good as tliey have been .since. . I did not e.xpect that the cost of labor would increase 25 per 'i^nt and materials 35 p t cent, or more. ^ Snden Years' Eiperiwce Practical Mai Bif Your Slwes at F. Germah I The Shoeoian i^^fietween Sago's and Roy's It. L. Richardson, once a Liberal and later an Independent, is running as a straight Conservative in Asslnl-boia. If he is elected and Borden is returned to power, ho will want U Cabinet position. If he doesn't get it, then there will be trouble. R. L. Richardson is about the onlj- admirer R. L. Richardson hus. J. T. Uawkes, ol Balgonie, .Sosk., a former Con.servative member of the Northwest I.x>gislature is suiiporting tho Liberals this time because he believes the Hudson's Bay roilway is in the best interests of Western Canada. Lots of Conservatives will cast tliuir votes for the Liberal candidates for tho .same reason. ALDERMAN AND POLITICIAN W. C. Ives has apparently failed to realize that in this city the pooplo consider him scparntoly as oldorman and as politician. By taking up on tho political platform the "Icrnl'l's criticism of his action in raui'i,� th city solicitor's sainry, lu' chiirrtod lli Herald with criticI/luK !\is .letii.u r.u an alderman bet'n\i!-e n( li.s >n>.''tion to him politicnUy. I'ri il'l.v, ihc liir aid tliought W. C. Ivj-; I iirin than that and IhinUint; .-lO ..iipporlo^l his candidaL'iro !? ui''.-r,i>iir. unil lias given him .support lh''niif"lio.>t llu year whone.'i.'r it th)iight liis ucuons were in tho interests of tlu' city. Thu I'alsing of tho so licitor's salary two imndn-d dollars higher than ho asked was moat unbusinesslike and most deserving of criticir;in. AUl. Ivc" as chiiSr-nmn ol tho finance cotinnittoo niado tho motion and tho llorald would have criticized him as severoly if he had l>oen the grittiest (!rit in tlie city. Tho Herald has always tukcn tho stand and has lived u\) to it. tliat party politics havo no place In municipal matters. It regrets thut tlie over-zealous \V. C. Ives, politician, has ovorcomo tlio genorall.v sonsililo alderman Ives and made such a foolish charge. It is not impossible that tho dead silence whlcli followed his criticism of tho Horald on this point when all else was enthusiasm cotivinc- Oiir Cons.Tvativo friends aro liowl. iiig tlieir heads off crying "It's time for a eliango." There is no doui)t if the i;loctorntc were foolish enough to put tlu-ni ill powor tlirre would be a chungt-. The West is not luoking for a cliango. Tiio West is looking for a continuation of ihiit progressive pol. icy wliicli is filling tlic country with food si'ttlcrs, rcdfemjiig tho earth and dt.'Vi'lnpiiig its resources. It's a very poor tiin  to or>', "We want a chuugc," when cvprytliing is going along nicely. AN OLD STORY IN A NEW WAY (Hon. G. P. Graham.) "You take the total increas  in the trade of the country during the past twelve years at $411,000,000," he said, "and let me tell you the in. crease in money we have put in th bank.s has been $405,0OO,(,iO0, practi. cally the same sum as wo have in. creajsed our trade by, so that th people of Canada show they have pro. iited by the increase in trade, bf. cause they have taken every dollar TheSouth Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have received another cki of Short Flooring Siding & Ceiling 1000 feet of this covers as inuch as 1000 feet of long We are selling it cheap Call and get our prices Corner Westminster & Ford JustSouth Of the Ellison Mill PIiom 225 P.O. Box 654 A TICKLISH SITUATION is yours when you're without a bottl of Lethbridge Beer. Yoiir friends from whom you expect a visit like it and will look for it-and you're fond of it yourself. Why don't you keep us advised in advance and we will floe to it that you are k pi provided with nil you need of Alberta's Pride beer. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Accounts must be PROfESSIONAL CARDS Honse, 5 room*, piaster^ ed. tend 2 loto near elevator |t06 down Balance $1000, viety ea�y terms. Rented (or $15 per month. This pays 15 per cent. ' Hlberta Realty Co. GnHiIiIInI UtMrMif OR. W. S. QALBRAITH PhyalcUn, Surgeon, Accouch�r Offlbo 914 Rudpkth St. 'Ph6n� U Hours-Before 0 a.m., a^S 9-8 p.m. DR. J. B. ELLIS ;. DENTIST;-Qraduato of Western Reserve, tlnlvei'-sity, Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phone 507 r . Hbiirai 9-13; 1.5. iiiiA' ,; V-i" .. i .ill ' '-- MADAM NORMAN (OrchMtral Piantite) Teacher oi pianofoHe, organ, and voice prodiketiou. [' Visits or receives pupils, propara lory or advanced. Coaching tor exams. Howarri Houia, Crabb Strakit. RamboinUet Bucks for Sole Four liundred Registered Rambouil let bucks, yearlings and 2-year>olda, bred from bdat strains ot the celc brtitcd Baldwin, Oregon, and S:eley, Utah, flocks. These bucks were bred ond raised in Oregon, and have been in this state since last June. Large, smooth and heaVy sKearcra. Finest sh?ep lor the range, combining'all the essential qualities of best wool and mutton breed. For prices, etc., address D. A.McRAE Cut* Bank, MOiit. PAID before the For 15th of each month A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant Phone 50 P.O. Box 82 WHAT REMAINS FOR MR. FOSTER (Mr. ,1. A. Jiacilonald at Toronto.) Jlr. Foster has seen fit in many of , , ', , ... , . air. i'oster has seen nt in many oi of ,that and deposit d it to tlu-.r ere. ^p^.^^,,^^.^ reference to tho d.t. (Cheers.) ^ou take that "i- fact that I was eclucated for tl�o min- A NEW CITIZEN (Calgary Albertan) K. D. .Tohnson. for seven years ac-,countant of the Alolson's Banic here leaves this morning to assinno the lo ml miinagenieiit of the new braiirli established in f^othtiridgo. Mr. .John son will be very niuch niiss could draw enouRh money lo pay tlip eiitirt- national di-bt of tli  country-(eheer.s)-and then wo would Imvo $00 loft for ovory man, woman and child in Canada. Thut never was so in this country boforo. (Choers.) For ordinary purposes la.st yonr tlii.'i Gov rnmont spent half that amount, yet it doi'S not follow that you are tax d like you wero in 1896, oven supposing Wo give Mr. Foster credit for his special pleadings. Xho ca.sh val. un of exports last year wiis 160 p r cent, greater than in 189G. Suppose, as Mr. Foster says, taxutitpn was one hundred por cont, greater than in 1806. then you havo 60 por cont. loft. The Germans are said to be making a new kind of bread of wheat or rye, for which the grain goes through a process similar to malting. It is said to have a delicate flavor, and by reason of the process more easily digested. The same is true of beer, which is sometimes called liquid bread. The brewing of The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company's "Alberta's Pride'" converts the barley into a delicious food drink that besides containing a high percentage of nourishment, is an aid to digestion eod-O istry iind for five years discharged the duties of that profession. I have no cause to rogrot tlio opportunities and i'xporlcnco.s I had in tho ministry of niy church. It is a noble profession, aiul if 1 failed to adorn it tho cause wns not in any lack of appreciation of rosiionsibility. Uut why should :\lr. Coo. I'oster talli loftily of my position as a preacher? When I first knew .Mr. Foster, in those unclouded Hamilton days, he was himself sonio-Ihiiig of a i)ronchor. The first time I hoard him ho was in tho pulpit. His ohioi u(l(lra Court Letlibridgt No. 262 Meets ill K. of P Hall last Thursday of month Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital $500,000 Financial Agouta. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd. All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA,,B. C. s Tuck's Private Greeting Cards Tha sample book for 1909 has arrived. You know by experience of past years /what these goods stand for -evor^ thing that is best. Please do your ordering in good time. ssassssssassmasmsxBsaams t I SAGE TME wcryit wiiiti If you cooked with a GURNEY-OXFORD range you'd save f uel, food and labor REMEMBER that a dollar saved in the first cost of a range may mean a hundred dollar loss before you're through with it. You should look for efficiency, fuel and food, economy, ease of operation in the nAt you buy-these are exactly the points that distinguish the Gurney-Ouord Ranges. Gurney- Oxford Chancellor will give you the best cooking satisfaction out of either coal or wood. It is built of dead flat, patent levelled steel, closely rivetted to sheets of asbestos millboard -a construction which insulates the heat of the range and renders impossible a stoppage of the draft by leaking into the (lues. Our flue system by which the oven is heated gives an absolutely even temperature throughout. We would like lo show you this range- explain it to you. If you cannot call, drop a card for further details. PRICE t40-Hlth Cloael $10 xira, R���rv�ir OS.!* Mtrm GURNEY. OXFORD Golden Nugget in a woniler nl ofDcixnoy. It hia th� cood poinla ot tlie highest i)ricelil, KrcJ T. UoIjIiih, Sic W. I'rem.hMit Utix ST. - Lethbridge Lodge No. ft-' north-West association op stationary engineers Meet iu the Labor Hall every sue-and and fourth Mondays in tha month. Eoiph yers ro^uiriuK certifloated engineers, and euKineers out of employment, tfl)uld do well to communicate with us. ^OliERT NEVIN, Chlet W. A DICKSON, Secretary. �4-lyrd-w Firskfass Cafe IN TiUEIi NQTEl DINING MOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL & DOYLE ;