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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, NO. AN ELECTION LIE QUICKLY NAILED Roorbach Campaign of the Conservatives Begins SIR WILFRID plftGUITED the Petty Scandal Cry of Leaders Que., Sir ,'tVSIfrid Laurier took up the Conser- vative scandal monging campaign. "'It is with shaine and said, "tluit I find the issues we are to fight upon is this petty scandal cry the Conservative leaders. I dis- dain to discuss these issues. My soul is turned toward.greater events and questions and it is the future of the country I lay before you. For myself I say that I have never used my office for personal Ottawa, ;0c-. campaigii of rorbaehg respecting the National Transcontinental railway, which the Hon. George P. Graham, minister of Railways announced last week would be hatched in the fertile brain of. an American election-spirit hired by the Opposition party leaders, has evi- dently started, This morning" the Conservative press had a sensatiorial article, supposedly sent out from Matheflori, in New Ontario, alleging that the Reynolds' Construction com- pany, because of its; refusal to sub- scribe to the Liberal campaign funds, 'had been subjected to persecution by the National .Transcontinental Com- mission and was going to; be, forced to give up its contract. meats were made- in tire despatch charging reckless extravagance in t'l; construction of the, road and as a result the G. T. P. would .seek to abrogate its bargain with the gov- ernment. The refutation of t charge came as quickly and conclur in the case of the, roorbach sprung the previous d ay: against Hon. Mr. at St. John. KAISER'S INVENTION Berlin, Oct. William has invented a new hub and brake for railroad trains and automobiles; which is described as offering the greatest possible guaranteee accident arising from the failure of existing brakes to operate when call- ed upon: HON. FRANK OLIVER DEALS CO. In a Speech At CarcUton He Refers To a Recent Application For a Land Grant Which Was Made By That Company CUT OFF LICENSE Action Taken Against Independent In New York State Cardfiton, Oct. Mr. Oli- ver, in his address at the Liberal meeting here Tuesday evening said the Liberal party had a policy of tar- iff for 'Yt venue, a policy of Western development, a policy of railway de- velopment, and completion, and an administration of the lands for the settler. They had a policy under which this locality had achieved its remarkable (Cheers.) "In case condition of prosperity. the Liberal Government CANT GET MEN IN ONTARIO Toronto, Ont., Oct. Tem- tskaming Northern Ontario rail- way commission, report that they con tinue to have difficulty in getting cently they made an effort to get a hundred men in .Toronto, offering railroad fare both ways to camps, but succeeded1 in getting only forty men, This is considered re- martcablc in view of complaints from unskilled, laborers that they are un- to obtain work. should be rejected at the proceeded Mr. Oliver, "and their op- ponents obtain office, it is a matter of; the people's concern to see what policy the latter would pursue. Have you received any information as to what policy the Conservative party would pursue? Neither Mr. Ives good talk nor Mr. Magrath's good fellowship assures us on that point. People want to know where they are to get off at in the morn- ing of October 26. We, aa their op punenU, have been trying, through- out this compaign, to find this out! from the candidates and their party estimation ..of; Ames and of the party, in whoae interests Mr. Ma- is a "candidate, and on the face of the' very statements made by Mr. Ives, do not know any- thing about your own things. These people have tpr.explain to you what a rascally, iniquitous Government U is under which you have, acquired your homestead rights, I do not think we a judgment ar- rived at by" intelligent commun- ity. There, has-been a great deal of work thai satisfactory re- sults have attained, shows that it has been donft: under a sound policy for which" the., (government ought to be given It is reported tliat the Govern- rnent should condemned because it has -dejkifcvso geuerausly with this matter of build- ing' breaking monopol- ies as it Edmonton or the Province" of Feeling First kHtNnes point out that a man who tries to; Stir up local and sec- tional feeling; (by representing thai newspapers; and I am bound to ,ci'rtain.locality is being unfairly is undiertaking a somewhat erious responsibility, because in ountiy so a comparative small -population, the componen R. P. PETTIPIECE NOT GOING TO MILNE GOT TWO YEARS Vancouver, B. C., Oct. Milne, formerly general superintend- ent of the B. G. Electric railway was sentenced to two years ia the pen- itentiary., this morning., on the charge of securing money-from-the.company by means of orders him in, his official capacity, Socialists Have Decxld To Withdraw Their Can- didate COPYING BAD EXAMPLE London, Oct. Wyatte of St. Georges school discovered yes- terday that a number of his pupils had been eating carditc from cart- ridges. One boy ate so much of it that he fainted. When questioned the pupils said .they had read about the all aged mur- derer, Private Mbit; eating 'the stuff and wire sampling it to observe the effects. At "the meeting of-tecaV Socialists jcsterday afternoon, it- was" decided nut the Medicine Hat rid-? ing far the Rouse of Commons but to reserve all their resources for the provincial elections: This means that R. P. Pettipiece1 will.not bo a candidate. That gentle man left for Medicine Hat last night and from there he wilt proceed to Vancouver. A Writ Against A British M. P. London, Oct. rcccat dem- onstrations by thoj unemployed in Great Britain broughj about one re- sult today rather out of the ordinary. This was the.issuing of a writ agninst William James Thorne, Social Demo- cratic, member of Parliament from the southern division of Wtstham, for inciting to a breach of peace by making a speech in which he advised the unemployed to "rush" the bak- er shops rather than starve. A body of the unemployed is marching today from Nottingham to London. Serious riots were avoided in Sheffield yes- terday only when mayor' an- nounced that the sum of would be devoted to reluf work. RURAL DELIVERY Ottawa, Oct. installation rural delivery in the western provinces is keeping pace with the rapid of Ontario and other eastern In Manito- jj.-i, mail will, in future days be de- livered to farmers along several mail routes. In Saskatchewan -the post office -department for. the .province is organizing routes from Moose Jaw east. In Reglna a city delivery will bo established'as soon as the popu- lation reaches that I have not yet been able to do so. (Cheers.) "This is not a game of marbles. It is the most serious question that can engage the attention of a serious and business people. Yet the Con- servative representatives in the Hous_' of Commons have spoken night after night during.this campaign and never on any occasion have they taken the people into their confidence as to what''.they proposed to do. Should they be given the confidence of the people. We are bound to assume, as sensible business; men that they 'have not any proposals to make. (Laugh, ter and .applause.) Has'Not a Policy The Conservative candidate' i n constituency no more .knows than- th'e politics he believed in when he a'ccepted the nomination of the Con- servative party. (Laughter.) As sen- sible'arid buiness people, whose vita interests are at stake in the reult of this contest, I submit to you, that .the case, on behalf of Mr. Magrath has not been made out either by him- self or .by his very eloquent friend Mr. -chairman correctec the the one wil answer just as well as the other Havitog read some o Mr. Ames' remarks, I had made up my mind that he had gone- farthe from the truth than was possible to any Bother man. Sine hearing Mr. Ives tonight, I -am com pelled to'alter my opinion. (Laugl ter.) As has been stated to you to m'gttt, I had the very great hono .of representing this part of th country during two Parliament arts do riot- f as they do the country. Whereever Canada can jo best built up, there Canada shall built it is Southern Albfrta one time or Northern Alberta another time. (Cheers.) The Liberal party is not a party, of sectionalism, but the Conservative party if one is lo judge by the statements of its is the party of sectional- ism. You cannot build up Canada, however, on such a policy. (Cheers.) The Crow's Nest Pass Ry. cost the country and in the present campaign, Mr. Magrath's political allies, are declaring in Eastern Can- ada that the building of the road was a scandal, a steal and a crime. If the Government loses in Eastern Caiiada. it will be because, amongst other things, it entered ou.the policy of developing Southern. Alberta, by the building of the. Crow's Nest Pass Railway. Rochester, Oct. By reason of certain actions having been brought in the Supreme court of this state by members of the order who were affected by the recent increase in the rates of assessment, certain charges were made that the funds of the Independent of Foresters hud not been properly invested by the executive officers. The superin- tendent of insurance of the State of New York, on account thereof, sus- pended the renewal of the license of the order in this State until {ull and complete examination could made by that department of the affairs of the order. BULGARIA AND Reported That Secret Agreement Has Been Made WILL LIKELY DIE London, Ont., Oct. McRae w.is thrown from his buggy yesterday in a runaway and was probably fat- ally injured. The Road to Cardston The second scheme of railwav de. DEATHS AT AND NEAR KINGTON together so strong- ha country where the opulation .teVdensc. The men who dissatisfaction in each icular tha country, are lerefore to and purposes This is troug bat is nevertheless rue. Mr. has used this leans to fujrtKer his candidature.. So AT as thp. statement of fact is eon- erned, it is untrue. What asked work of railway levelopiiieriit the Liberal Gov- ernment undertook to obtain power? It was thel Croy's Nest Pass TO'in" .Kontenay Land. v I was representative at the and .when the .Government gave the bonus of ia mile for the Building of the railroad, which would secure the development of Southern Alberta, I was living at Edmonton; and there was no agitation in Ed- monton or anywhere else Southern Alberta was-obtaining rail- road facilities. Liberalism stands for fair play as between' all parts of velopment which the Liberal Gov- ernment" assisted, was the St. Mary's Rivor Ry.; which gives railway com- munication to this locality. The Government gave a cash bonus for the special benefit of this locality lying between Cardston and Lath- bridge, yet you are told you have -a grievance against th'e Government because of its railway policy. Who is the man that tells you you have a Chas. Alex. Magra'th. in (his constituency happen lo know something about the building this line with which Mr. Magrath was identified at that time, and we te Government offered the company a cash bonus to build into Cardston, the company re- fusedto continue the line into Card, ston for two or three years, and to give the people railway -communica- tion which the Liberal Government desired them to have. This is the -jntlemari. who has been .weeping crocodile ieais- the- Gorern- nierit has not been sufficiently gen_ rous tc Southern If Card-, ston has a" railroad today it is not only due to the Liberal Government, Tjut it is in spite of the intention of the company with which the Con- servative candidate was identified. (Applause.) Whoever has a right to find fault with "the Government pol- Kingston, Out., Oct. O'Hara, 74 years old, while picking apples from a tree In the custom house yard last night, fell to the ground, sustaining injuries which caus ed his death during the night. Dr. V.'. G. -Tyner, of Picton, was killed near that town last night by his automobile falling upon him as a result of running into a swamp. He was" 32 years old r.nd Queen's University. Belgrade, Servia, Oct. newspaper here publishes what pur- ports to be the text of a secret treaty between Bulgaria and Austria. There are three clauses in this treaty. In the first Austria authorizes Prince Ferdinand to declare the indepen- dence of Bulgaria and promises to maintain the Cobourg dynasty in Bulgaria. The second provides that if complications arise through the announcement of the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovnia, Prince Fer- dinand will take the part of Austria. The third sets forth that the Austrian md Bulgarian Governments will work in common accord in the af- fiirs of the Balkan peninsula. GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER North Bay, Ont., Oct. jury in the case of Thos. Wright, Janies Quinn and Michael Morris, charged with the murder of Fritz Young in a Grand Trunk Pacific construction cainp at Iroquois Falls on May 30th, today found Wright guilty of man- slaughter, set free. Quinn and Morris were BIG YIELD AT SPRING COULEE SESSSON OF PARLIAMENT Ottawa, Oct. the Liberals are succ ssfiil at the polls on October 26, it is not likely the next session of Parliament will meet before the first week in January, owing to the fact that it would be impossible to swer in new members until late in Nov raber and the fact that minis- tors would be unable to prepare es- timated and other legislation. UNEARTHED BUNCH OF COUNTERFEITERS terms. Necessarily I was in close touch with the people of this part of the country, when they were few numbers and were not able to en_ force consideration of rights ami intf-rests.. I ask, however, if any man can give anyilting like arc instance in which a settler did not get every consideration at my hands as his representative and at the bands of the Liberal Government in administering the affairs of this country. (Cheers.) The transactions of the Government have with the people and you who have home- steaded have homesteadecl under the Liberal administration; or you who have had Timber Permits HUNDREDS WERE NOT PUT ON THE LIST Electors Disfranchised by the 6. C. Conservative BAD FIRE AT BISBEE Bisbee, Arizona, Oct. to- night destroyed property valued at a million dollars. Dynamite was used to check the progress of the flames. Several persons were in- jured by the explosion of dynamite bat none were Sensational Discovery Is Made At Buffalo Men Were Operating In Canada Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. of. the plates, one set of Crown Bank of most complete counterfeiting plants j Canada plates, one sot of Quebec ever discovered in .this country, was j Bank of Canada plates, one set uncarthod today by United States! of Standard Bank of Canada and Canadian secret service officers on a small farm a few miles? out of Gowanda, CaUarngiis county. It was operated by Thomas Washington Cro- zier and his son, who were arrested the other at Oakville. Ont. Other arrests will follow and the secret ser- vice men hope to clean up a bnd gang. r.oics, one .set of Farmers Bank "notes and set of the same notes. Tho officers also found buried under an old barn on the premises a front plate of the United Empire Bank of Canada note and parts of finished According to the officers the elder Crozier bought the Cataragus farm or other rights have obtained them from the Government and I ask you to judge of th-a Liberal Government, its principle and its party and by what you know of them. Is there any. thing in your knowledge that will bear put in the slightest degree the suggestions of impropriety, which have been placed before you by Mr. Ives. These gentlemen are appear- ing before you and telling you of things that you know a great deal more about than they do. If the p ople have been injured by the pres- ent administration, you are the peo- ple who ought to know and it should not ha necessary fur Mr. Ames to come from Montreal to tell you how iniquiioasly the Liberal Government has dealt with you. I assume that the "of Cardston have ordin- ary least have sufficient intelligence to know when and wheiv they are hurt, but, in the Up at Spring Coulee is one of the lexgest if not the largest farm in Al certa. W. L. Thompson is the own cr of twenty-eight sections or ncarl> eighteen thousand acres of land. Hi has just finished his harvest and says I he has one hundred and. forty thou- i sand bishcls of wheat and oats. This is smali compared with what he should have next as he has al- ready five thousand acres iniwinter wheat. Mrt Thompson has an eleva- tor which he uses for shipping his own rrrain exclusively. Outsido of Mr. Thompson's crop, there will be about one hundred, and twenty-five thousand .-bushels of grain shipped from Spring Coulee this year Tho .farmers nnd elevatoir men are complaining -'the car sup- ply. At nine o'clock Tuesday morning the elevator was full to the top and not n car in sight except one con- taining settlers' So far this season, they havo not been able to fjct more than a dozen cars. The farm is in a most secluded lo- last summer, and while on his way wility whore operations could be car- from Canada, always stopped oft" in ricd on withoxit, attracting attention. Tho capture included 150 Farmers Bank of Canada tO-dbllar notes also notes, also Standard Bank of Canada and 138 U. S. silver certificates with plates, one of Imperial Bank of Canada Tendon. Oct. All the men of the home absent from their ships icy, it is not the man of the company, which carrips in its pocket something like which was given to them to induce them to constntct the' present railroad. Competition Sold Out Tho people are told, I believe, that not only is the Government building railroads elsewhere, but is giving railroad competition as well, and it is not' giving railroad competition here. There are many who may legi- timately make complaint on this ground, but I do not think a man whose connection in this distirct has always been with the A. R. I., chich recently I am informed has sold out a controlling interest to che C. P. R., and thereby absolutely destroyed whatfved element of com- peitiou there was, is exactly the man to shed tears over it, or to give any satisfactory sympathy. We gave you a railway develop. mont .in accordance with our but that development did not cirry with it railway competition. rail way to be a competing railway inaj-t bsgin where there is competition or end where there is competition. So we have to start with our competing railways from the east as fast as we can, and when we have brought tium into Alberta, you will have Cfntpe- tition. But a railway built TM brrta alone would certainly ot be H competing railway. Yet you are asked to complain brcausc the CJHI- is not' already here. Liberal Government has staked its existence on railway development and competition, and every effort j which has boen put forward by mi-m- b'-rs of the Conservatives, both in Parliament and out of it, has concentrated to prevent that policy Nelson, Oct. 14. Complaints are being received here daily from, a'tl p.irts of the Kootenay constituency of the manner in which the provinci- al voters' lists have been manipulat- ed by the McBride government offi- cials. The last complaint to be re- ceived comes from Revelstoke, where it is alleged that the names of 250 voters have been omitted from ..the list. From the nature of the com- plaints received in Nelson by the Liberal campaign committee) it ig obvious that the Conservative ora- ch's have guilty of gross malpractice in preparing the lists. It is probably too late now to take any steps that will, be 'effective in re- covering the franchise of the peoplr who have thus been struck off the list, as according to the provincial law all protests must be filed within five days of the court of revision which was held the firs' week of Mav last LOAN OFF MARKET Toronto, Oct. to the Bal- kan War scare and its effect upon money markets of the world, the Ontario Government decided not to float the loan until next WOMAN GETS VERDICT Hamilton, Ont., Oct. jury in case of Mrs. Bell, suing the street railway for damages returned an award of for injuries. Hindus to be Sent Away LIBERAL BY ACCLAMATION Quebec, Oct. B. Charbon- neau, Liberal, was elected by acclam- ation today for the .Legislature for the county of Lake St. John. The vacancy was caused by the death of the late member. A. Lawson, druggist, and W. Sin. clair, barber, of Beamsville, Ont., were drowned in Sturgeon Lake. Vancouver, B. C., Oct. B. Ilurken, of the department of the In- terior, Ottawa, announced this even- ing that the government had solved the Hindu question so far us the province of British Columbia is con- cerned. The entire Hindu colony con is to be-moved from British Columbia to British Hon- duras. STREET RAILWAY MUST PAY Toronto, Oct. Assize jury awarded damages to Thomas Me. Keown, whose four year old child was killed by a trolley car. He sued for JAPAN AND CHINA MAY GO TO WAR on liberty have, been suddenly recall- ed. Inasmuch ns the reason for this has not boon ascertained the order has causod considerable excitement. LAUR1ER DRAWS CROWD La PraJrio. Quo., Oct. thou- s.ind pooplo turnt-d out to hear Sir Wilfrid Lnuvior ht-re today. The pro- muT was accompanied by Hon. Mr. and Serious Complications Arise -vAn Engage- ment Between Troops In Korea from being carried out. We rlv.nill judgn a party by what they d-> wi-11 as what tht-y say. The Gr-rt Northern railway posses a few iniKs south of the International boundary, bnt under Conservative was not p rmittcd to compete for traffic on the Canadian side of the line; it has Iven permitted to do so unxlor I.ibfrai policy. At on the last session Three.) Buffalo to drop a little of the "Queer." Several merchants were stung last summer and vigilant watch was kept up. The counterfeiters would pa.ss United States money in Canada and Canadian money on the American tide. DONT FAIL TO HEAR HON. W. H. GUSHING AT LABOR TEMPLE TOMORROW NIGHT ------------------------------AT O'CLOCK---------------------------- China and Japan as the result of an tween Chinese and Soucl, Corea, Oft. Serious complications affecting the peace of are threatened engagement be- Japanese troops in Kuntao, northern Korea in which .several were killed or woundcd> The refusal of the Chinese war of- fice to permit the pursuit of a detach ment, of soldiers who are said to have- been the aggressors, may .The commander of the Japanese garrison immediately called on Chiaa for permission to crnss frontier into Chinese territory and pursue the assailants, who appear to have been worsted in the engagement. The re- quest was refused by the war office. The Japanese foreign office made rep- resentations to the government at Tekin and the situation is beginning in the crossing of the frontier by Jn- panesc troops. Chinese soldiers are have oftcned hostilities by firing upon n police station occupied by Japanese troops who were sent to Knntao as a guard for the Korean residents there. The fighting lasted several hours and while the exact number of casualties is not obtain- able, there was a number killed and wounded. result I to assume serious aspects. It is in- timated that unless China takes prompt action, satisfactory to the Japanese government, the latter may take the initiative and cross the fron- tier in order to afford protection to ine Koreans. Freeman White was drowned at Hopeweii Hiii, N. B. The. Regina Lacrosse club has sent in a challenge for the Minto Cup. ;