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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. III. LETHBRIDGE, AL3ERTA. WEDNESDTY, OCTOBER '14, 1908. HON. F. OLIVER SPEAKS AT RAYMOND Dealt With Campaign Yarn Of the Con- servatives give th railway company in addition to the land grant, a loan of a year for 20 .rears and that it should take as .security for repayment, one-- third of the land company's total land j grant. The '20 year period does not j expire until ifno and until that time the Government had no right to fore- close its mortgage or demand repay- ment of the cash advanced. A feature of the agreement waff that the land should be held in the name of the Government instead of BANQUET TO AMBASSADOR the name, of the company, the corn- securing exemption Raymond, Oct. word of Hon. Frank Oliver's visit to Raymond this evening only reach >d; here on Saturday afternoon, the news spread quickly about the district and a crowd that filled the Assembly Hall, gathered to hear the public questions of trie day discussed by the able and honor, d "Minister of the Interior. Mr. Oliver was. in splendid form and made a most effective speech. -In dealing with the irrigation question and comparing the ;two candidates, The minister of the interior called on the electors to return Mr. Simmons if they wanted a representative who would look after their interests in- irrigation and other matters concern, ing the district. Mr. Magrath might not now be idemifi.d with the A. R. I. C., but it was quite safe to say that he would not oppose his friends if their interests were in danger at Ottawa. Mr. Oliver explod d the Winnipeg Telegram's presentation of the" origin of the Saskatoon and Western Land Co.'s holdings and of the reasons for the approaching sale. He said it was another attempt to manufacture evidence in support of the hopeless charges" that the Lib- eral Government had sold land for .people to .speculate in. The -article was intended to cr-ak? the belief that the land hi the hands of pres- ent hold.-M-s through some act of. the Liberal Government and that the Liberal Government was r spansible for its not having bwn subject to taxation. Thio was entirely errone- ous. The land, a? a matt-.T of fact, was a pTirt of thr- acn-d granted by "the List Governm.'ut to pay the railway companies. The man who was at the ..if the or- ganization which secured parti- cular tract, in 1S90 was none other than Mr. E. B, O.sltT, msjibt-r for Toronto., The lund was a part of grant nrnwl by the Regina, and Lung Lake railway company. A part of the agr'.'ement entered pany thereby from taxation. The Liberal Government in order that the land might b.- brought un- der taxation and become available for settlement granted the railway' ilOIi cO sen tiife iaiiu provided that they turned over to the Government a sufficient sum to wipe out the total per acre indebted- ness to the Government. The sum agreed on was per Boston, Mass., Oct. men of British birth and ancestry and Canadians and Britishers joined last night in honoring th> British ambassador to the United States, the Hon. James Bryce, at a dinner at the hotel Thomersi. The dinner was given by the Canadian Club of Bos- ton, with the co-operation of the Vic- toria Club, the British charitable so- ciety and Scottish charitable society. British, French, Scottish and Amer. jk-an flags formed an -international setting behind the British ambassa- dor as he rose amid the "applause of the gathering to offer the greeting of the British Empire. Ambassador Bryce declaim d there never was a time when both Canada MAN TO DEATH AT STETTLER FOR YOUNG MEN Disastrous Conflag- ation in Alberta Town fFrom Tuesday's Daily.) In of the fact that so manv the young men 01 the city are away from their homes and are boarding, a number of them have formed a social club. The object aimed at is to pro- vide a place where the evenings may be spent and friends entertained STEAMER'S NARROW ESCAPE The Port Simpson Was in a Dan. Predicament Victoria, B. C., Oct. stein wheel Port Simpson nar- rowly escaped destruction similarly to the Mount Royal last year in Kit- xelay Canyon, Ha_ zelton to Port. Essington on Oct. 6, according to ad vicesrecavtd here to- i day. i Fort Simpson had passed into; the canyon and had gone scarcely' her length when her stern swung bluff engines out of commis-i MR. BULLOCK ELECTED AT TABER Stettler, trous fire morning. Alta.? Oct. 13. A disas- occurred her.: early this The fire a bowling alley acre. -If no action had been tak >n the United States were as closely and burned over twenty biiild- the company would in 1910 have to and equally desirous of secur. j ings and a lumber yard including settle for the advances made and jins peace for themselves and the'" the Government would either become i whbl world- The signs of the "no owners of the land or the company J l_resPass" the ambassador declared repay the money adJ w-ere. am'mS the'questions he would vanced. The company would hold I to anc' wouW bj perhaps command for further enhancement in of rnost interest but he would refrain, value until 1910 and the land would j trouWe- southeast- Europe h remain until then, in with the agreement free from taxation. In view of good crops this year and the rush" for land, the provisions of the land bill have stimulated, the thought would find a iion. pacific solu_ MISTAKEN IDENTITY Toronto, Oct. Ford, who was accused of stealing worth of money orders from-the Can- adian Express Co., was acquitted company has concluded that the pres- ent was a'favorable time to sell, and ___r___ are therefore off ring their holdings by Judge Winchester this ev ning at public auction. This evidj-nw- pointed to case be- Mayor (Dr.) Rivers, president of the iig one of mistaken identity. Liberal association, presided and BASEBALL BLAMED New York, from h art the Grand Union.Hotel, National Ho- tel, Postoffice and" Merchants Bank, Leslie Miller, a clerk in Riggs White's store, who was asleep in the building was burned to d ath. The loss will :bsv'heavy, well cover- ed by insurance. to bettor advantage than at 'present can. across the canyon, struck the be done. Booms have been secured Put engines out of co and nicely fitted up in the Ott block. sion- Some of the engine room bed' Heading matter in the way of news- timbers broken and iron rods! papers- and magazines have been pro 3fflashed. stern wheeler was' cureri> also material to en- in the swift current and' able the members to attend to their Drifted --through the canyon, occasion- correspondence while at the club. striking thi sides. v Her bow meeting was held last nigh't to com- crashed against the bluff and was plete the organization, and decide up- smashed and the current catching on the name by which the club shall Uie tne bull swept her broad- be known. The name finally selected sk3e umil it seemed -that she would To Fill Vacancy in the Town Council- Other News Taber, Oct. following the railroad business the greater portion of his life, twenty-one years of which- having been in. connection with the C.P.R. as agent at Falls, was "The Senate." The officers ol the Club are, presi- sident, I. Dawson; ViceJ-Pxesident, C. like the ca.ii3ron and ie Royal. Ther- was exictenient on board and' Oat., Jaises-A-. a-ins -ias to sever m's connection with the coin pany, come to Alberta and invest 'fm Toull; Secretary, II. It. Davidson. {some of the crew jumped onto the lalld> bring his fainily The rooms are to be open all clay rocks when the bow was smashed. Permanently in Taber. He as well as in'the evenino-. The mem- j fearing the vessel would be .'lost.' Principally to visit his bership has been limited to about'; While they were clambering to safe- aad Mrs- F- R- and ty cm the vessal was again inff the country and 'beholding twenty. A piano will be provided to afford an outlet for the musical tastes of. the members. A WINNER made a rousing opening speech. J.W. Woolf, M.P.P., Cardston, also spoke. Others on the platform w.-re H. Ost-' lund and A. E. Fawns. Stirling and Bishop Anderson and A. H. McDuf- was held. disease increased last, weak, the health department physicians the acute baseball situation; last the deaths w re 154 as compar- ed with 320 for the com-spoad- in 1907. RURAL DELIVERY IN THE WEST S. A. VETERANS Ottawa, Oct. from all natrons of the- po.st ofiict- department throughotit the enjoy this sen-ice in the rural parts and all arrangements haw ix-eii for the ;-stab- li.shiDent of-such'a service throughout the commencing at. ones. Post Oifice Inspector returned frojn the West on Saturday and it is that Iu- and his ossislanta 'bt> in different parts of the- pro. j -JA A4t" VV JilllVi j j grant ;uid sent tlie protest' Sir TViL f The i yesterday's j fnd Laurier Mt Montreal. Heing contrary TO Section 16 -of the j G-kme Act. .Each pleaded guntyjoio" "Czar of Bui. the charge and was fined one dollar and costs, amounting to .which A Vote for Simmons is a Vote AGAIMST poly and in favor of to ...the capitol this aft raoon and was l given a. demonstrative reception by ail 'cU-oS2s -of Ferdinand entered the city on liorse- baek. accompanied by a brilliant staff amid .salutes from th? artillery. 'Salonika, European Turkey, Oct. Turkish cruiser Mokjidioh and three torpedo boats 'arrived here today and proceded on their voyage to .Island of Samos. s'ituatt-'d about miles st of Smyrna, in Asia minor. It is the nearest Gre- cian island to the Turkish coast and j pays an annual tribute to Turk v. was proinnlly paid. tin LONGBOAT WON' unmto, Oct. 10. Longboat rvLirathon race. Time 1-51-09. IfAUllU Y COMPETITION, If you want more railroads Mark Your Ballot for SIMMONS VOTE FOR THE CANADIAN BANK HEAD OPFICK. TORONTO B. E. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager ESTABLISH F.D 1867 Paid-up Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may he opened in the names of two or more persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of the number or b the survivor. IU Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager A BAD CROSSING Settlers Across the River Have a Real Grievance the I All of Section 8-10- 24 for only per with This section now The Conservative Party Is the friend of monop- oly, and a vote for its candidate is a vote for the C. P. R. The Leader of the Conservative Party in the Senate of Canada is the solicitor of the C.P.R. Will the Conservative Party dare to offend its staunch friend, the C. P. R. i j Vote for Railroad Competiti i Mr. J. B. Allan lias addressed following letter to the Herald: you permit me space in vour paper to draw the attention aCrC, of the public and more especially of! our roiui commissioner, also ouriCSSilj DalelllC'C esteemed member, Jlr. C., Sim- nions, to the dangerous crossing that SUlt. is being forced upon us, the settlers j i Jiving to the west and south or the J Macleod trail, through the building of the new C.P.R. .Lethbridgc-Macleod extension on the west side of the ri- i IiaS Q. railrOad ver. The Macleod trail has. been usc-d by the settlers for over twenty-live years, which would give thorn a pro-- uiicr right of xvay, and the railroad company shruld' have provided a rail- road spjui across and above the pub- lie road at this point whirl., could, I jam positive, bo easily (tone, and ;ii i little expense where a culvert is j ing built for drain age ptlrposos. j In view of this I cannot I why any engineer should be -illowc'l to deprive us of our .right of way and give us instead a dangerous cross ing at a point where it is impossible see trains coining from either di- rection. i I. trust that Mr. Simmons will take j tlie steps necessary at; the present j time to cam the gratitude of his con- j stituents frustrating the at- ternpt of the company to foist upon j us this most, dangerous crossing, and also get after our road commissioner for not looking better after our in- i t.erests in this matter. .In view the present dangerous level crossing we have to contend I with at Lethbridge round house in j coming to do our marketing in town, we consider it is in the inter- est of men of Lcl.hbricige to help us at, the present time, as they mny reasonably expect we will look for a market, whore we have not the difticiiUies to contend with that we have at present. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS ded through it, and runs just to river hank the large Old i River bridge is to be built. An'-'ex- cellent site for a town. All A 1 wheat land and can be plowed with steam plow. W. R. Rooms 1 2 Southard Block l ;