Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LCTUBfUDOC, ALtCRTA, THURSDAY; OCTOBER IK, im THRU OF CANADA lest M 4MM Pnib Fanners' Sarvtept AeeOOatS play an im- portant part in the busi- ness of this Bank, and every Depositor, is given prompt, courteous attention, whether his account be large or small. The highest current rate cf Interest is paid 4 times year, and money may at any time. There is no trouble or opening an account with the Union Bank. Simply deposit 01 upward and get your pass-book. Jtint AetCMlS may be opened in the naui.s of two persons, and either can do the banking, BRANCH; J. R. of Parliament amongst thy exiniva- foi1 which electors are ex- horted tofturn the Government out of in respect of which Mr. Ives, 1 have H'j. doubt, asks you to condemn the vote of a cash suhsidy of n mile for a.line from Cardstoa to MacleoU. (LoucJ chei-rs.) It is not a vote to any spe- cific railway company, it is merely a vote for a line of railway .between these two places, "and the Great Nor- thern will be just as able under a Liberal administration to secure the bonus as any other company. Re- newed applause.) 'We cannot, it is true go across the International boundary and compel the Great Nor- thern to run branches into this coun- try, but we can give Liberal induce- ments of .which the Great Northern can avail itself if it wishes. We have gone thus far, in the 'interest of competition, and still you are asked to weep because the Liberal Govern- ment is'not favorably to'competition in this part of Alberta. How. much railway competition I ask, may you expect if Mr. Magrath is elected and if his friends obtain power. In 1905, the Great Northern tried to get a charter to build into southeastern British Columbia, and every Conser- vative member of the railway com- mittee was on hand to vote against the company being allowed to cross the boundary.' Conscrvativ member from the West-stood up on that occasion like a little man and voted for the principles of his party (Applause.) 1 assume., that' if Mr. Magrath be elected as a Conservative he will have to follow his party, and the actions of his party from 1831 un- til the present time has been in fav- or of railway monopoly in Western Canada, (hear; .hear.) --r Giving Back the Land Mr. Ives eloquently demanded that I should give you back your land. The Liberal Government has been giving back The land to the people of the West at the rate of two and a half million acn-s in. the last thirty days. (Cheers.) We are giving back the lands just as fast- the people are willing to take the'm and use them. The record of .nearly'two "and a half million acres will compare very favorably with our opponents record. We, in the thirty days, mentioned, g.ive back to the people, just as nluch as they in the last four years of their administration. Disposal of Coal Lands My friend, Mr. Ames, or rather Mr. Iv.s, well it does not matter which, because his is the same speech, that bell boys and chamber maids had Applied'for coal mines from de- partment of the Interior and you are iisked to believe that it is a scan- dal for a ball boy or a chambermaid to apply for an urea of coal lands. Let us understand this matter from the oftcers, as officers of the company." The Squart In Ltthbridfe As my friend is anxious for i will give it. In Lethbridge which carries a considerable proportion of the vote of this constituency, there is a certain ar.'u of laud which is known as the Public Square, which everybody in Lethbridge until recent date sup- posed to be the property of the City. Irately it appi-ars it has turned out t'o be the properly of the Railway Irrigation company, and all of a sudden the company became possess- ed of the idea that it was desirable tliat the square should be handed ovur to Lcthbridge to become part of the property of the town. To use phrase of my friend. Mr. Ames., it was only a coincidence that the company should have arrived at this decision pn the eve of an election one of the candidates was a gentleman who imd been connected with the company during a long time. It was a coincidence and my friends of the other side will excuse me for 'thinking that it wa not an accidental coincidence by any moans. (Laugh- ter. -.A question of title was not a coincidence." 'The question of the action of the company at this particular June- Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of HeraW Market yM have uytfciag to sell or real place it M thin ctlmu. If you wut uyttaf MIC tkfe COtlUU. 25e MM iucrttai JMerttou for Si LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it boats of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! the start. The coal lauds were offer- ed for sale to whoever might apply for them at ten dollars an acre sub- ject to a royalty. of ten cents on every ton mined. The first applicant was to get the claim. I ask you, la- lifes and gentlemen, whether, provid- ed the money was forthcoming, the lepartment had any business to en- whether the applicant was a Ram LUY Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. bell boy or any body else. The ques- tion was, had he the ten dollars for ?ach acre of land required. If the ap. pliant had that ten dollars, he or ?he, as the case may be, had a right to demand the land; and may I let you into the- secret of success of the Liberal administration, the first ap- plicant got- the land every time. In the happy days of the Coservative aovernment, whoever applied for my thing, had to have his political faith vouched for. The Liberal Gov- ernment's administration has been -m absolute success because it has giving 'a square deal. First first served, the man and the .nouey, and no question asked. (Loud Mr. Oliver explained Ahe Govern- ment's relations 'with the Alberta Irrigation Company, which of late- have not been amicable-. He said that the Government allowed them to )unch. their land .grant so that it 2ould be served by'irrigation scheme, ind when this had been carried the Government allowed them to ac- luire for development a tract of half i million" acres cast of their holding. 'Next said "want- id a millidu acres lying immediately ;-ast-7 and they wanted .it without ir- rigation conditions. They wished to icquire a million acres at a dol- lar an acre, on the condition of ruh- vtng the waste waiter from their ditch ilowri the two coulees which run this land. -We were not able .0 see, however, such merit in the project as would warrant us in agree- ing" to it, and the irrigation company .3 .out in this constituency against .lie Government Avith all its money, Influence and friends. A it." Mr. do not think we loecl any proof, we have the proof sround us' every day." Further that :he company as a company is doing ture, is a coincidence that is of cial note." The same commit- tee has had that in hand and their report is unbiased." "I am stating what everyone knows to be a fact, and I am stating the inference I draw from that fact. I may, of course, be wrong in my in- ference, but 'I was asked for my reasons, and I have given one of them. "The contest in which you are en. gaged is of vital importance to you, .md I hope that you will consider as to whore you stand in respect to the two candidates. Mr. Magrath's Attitude The Government is the arbiter be- tween the buyer and the seller in connection with the water which is used in thi neighborhood, and your representative may have at some time to give the Government advice in respect of the two conflicting in- terests. Mr. Magrath has been in. associated with the Ivyi- gation company, and what Mr. Ma- grath has today, he owes to that com- pany, a_s that company also owes a great deal ,to him. If Mr. Magrath is the man that his friends say lie he is the rnan to stand by his whose behalf is he likelj to advise the Government in regarc to any matter that may he in dispute bstween the people and the Irrigatior company with regard to water? (Ap -plause.) That is a matter of vita importance, and the people should understand where they are. Water Rights If the water rights are important, and if the administration of the Coal, Ice and PRAYING WesternTrftittfer Co.4 LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral WANTED TO RENT First-class typewriter in good con. dition. Apply Box 534, Lcthbridge. 258-0 PRESS FEEDER WANTED A cylinder press feeder, with on-; ;or two years' .-xperie'nce, wanted. Apply at the Hi-rald office at once. WANTED Bookkeeper, wcpei'ienced in double- entry, lady preferred. Apply with reference and salary wanted to Box J., Herald Office. 259-0 WANTED By young couple two or three rooms furnished, in privte house. Skoith Tilley. Phone 197. PHON E 63 J Ring Up 108 i; When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE J ASSIGNEE'S SALE Of Dry Gtods Millinery Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Saturday, October j 17th, 1903, at a rate on the dollar, for the stock-in-trade, fixtures, and book accounts of thi business car- ried on at Letlibridge, in the Pro- vince of Alberta, by G. H. JOHN- STON, Insolvent. Lot No. Stock-in-trade, consisting of Dry Goods, Millinery, Hats, Lot No. Fixtures, etc. 778.73 Lot No. Book Accounts.......... 569.21 By four WANTED bachelors, a capable housekeeper in small modern house. Every convenience. Apply Skeith Tilley, Whitney Block. 259-2 WANTED Young girl to assist 4M GrStar housework. Apply Smith St., next to warehouse. with to Mrs. Hudson's WANTED Party with horses and impL-meats, to work on shares, GOO acres of land near city. Address Box 386, Leth. bridge. 257-5 N THEATRE Two Per- fomaices Daily: i.ti an! 115 .i. ter is important, then it is important also that the users should be certain that" their interests are represented, rathsr than the interests of the Ir- rigation company. I have nothing to say against the Irrigation company. We have done everything that we could in reason to advance their in- terests. But as between the company seller, and the people as the buyer, there is a conflict of- interest, and your representative cannot be on-both sides at once. He may vote Liberal today and Conservative to- morrow. I think he has suggested that there was a possibility of his doing so, but he cannot represent your interest today as the buyer of water, and the interest of the Irri- gation company tomorrow as the sel- ler. I warn you to protect your inter- ests, by the means which the consti- ution of "Canada has given to you. If you do not protect them, you will lave yourselves to blame. I am sorry that Mr. Magrath has seen fit to associate himself with such a campaign as being put up on behalf of the Conservative party. I i satisfied that in his heart of icarts, he is ashamed of and regrots that he has not something better to offer. During the meeting, which was a most enthusiastic one, the local band played selections, and there was also a vocal iteir Total........... Tenders may be for any or all of thess lots. The highest or any ten- d.T not necessarily accepted. Terms cash, balance in one and two months, secured, with interest at cent, or special terms may be- submitted. Information may be obtained from the undersigned, and int.-nding pur- chasers may see the stock and in- ventory upon application to W. C. Simmons, "barrister, of Lethbriclge, who is in possession of the keys. The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., A. G. ROSS, Manag.r, Official Assignee. Calgary, Oct: 3, 1903. WANTED First class plumDer, need apply. Tinsmithiag bridge. Western Plumbing and OF COAL MINING REQ ULATION3 Goal mining rigbtt of tne Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Wesl Territories and Britain Colunroia, may be lor a term of twenty-one yeara at an annual rental of ao acre. Kot more than acrea will be leased to one applicant. Application for a leaae mvui be anode to the Ageut or Bub-Agent ol the district in which the righta ap plied for are situated. Jhi surveyed territory ine Uxr' must be described by sections, or jal subdivisions of sections, aod io unsurveyed territory the tract appli for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the taine at the rate of five centa per ion. Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The leaae will uielude the coal mining righta only, but the ma; be permitted to purchase whatever iVoilable surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi ihe mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department, of the Interior, Ot ;awa, or any Agent 01 Sub-Agent of Dominion Lauds. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol other advertisement will not be pnid lor. 259-6 light Hall, Bat 253-3 Co., Box 417, Leth. 256-0 Ladv WANTED for confectionery store. Good Apply 0. 0. Hubbard, Ma.' ;ruth, Alta. 257-6 WANTED. General servant; must be able to do plain cooking. Cunningham. Apply Mre. E. A. 265.6 Cab Hiring, and Coal Delivery Phone Office Other's Hall Rerctiants Contractors We have the teams and we're here to do the business Contract fort of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get onr prices before placing yonr orders elsewhere tiayr Transfer Co. H. Hajraml W. G. Hole; Props. PHONE 180 WANTED. Hy accountant out of employment, four or Qve sets of'books to attend to; terms according to amount of work to be done, or position as book- keep r with fair salary; Grst-claes references. Apply Box WANTED Young lady, as stenographer and bookkeeper at once. HUrald Office. Apply Box L., THE 21NGRAMS In their new Contor- tion and Juggling act LEUWESH Italian character im- personator in new bill A Lifer's Hazitg A flower Giri A Disastrm LULU INGRAM In Something New J. W. WALLACE Tn new Illus- trated Melodies A Wife's Dental I WANTED Young married man desires posi- tion. Well educated and, willing to work at anything. Apply Box T., Herald Offlcj. 253-6 TO RENT. One large furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen. For particulars apply 1246 Bompas Str.et, east of R.N.W.M.P. Barracks. 255-6 WANTED TO RENT Two furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Herald Office. Apply Box H., 257-6 f urcka theatre Next door to He raid Office Program for Wednesday and Thursday FIRST-CLASS VAUDEVILLE ari 3000 Feet of New Pktire Films PRICES IQc and 15e Raymond fail tt tar tk SMg, a Hawtck kilt for by tie ppbr Hjracndi Hasptti Performances at 7.30 and 9 the we arc living away at Wright's the Jeweler and your coupons FOR SALE Fine Shorthorn milch cow. Good milker. Apply 626 Crabb St., or P.O. Box 171. 256-6 FOR SALE. Be tweed two and three cord of Al foundation stone, cheap. Apply E. N. Wakeiey. 254-0 FOR SALE. A good team of horses for sale; weight about Ibs. each. Apply J. F. Frame., the Drayman. 252-0 FOR SALE "Smith Premier" Typewriter No. 3, practically new. Land Co. The F. E. Mason 253.6 GEO. WCRAI With new acts ENTIRE CHANCE OF VAUDEVILLE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS bvplete Quif e if Pictures Mtnfejs, Wefaesdays a4 Admission-Adults 25c, Children 15c Tlaymomi, Oct. Johnson and children of Tabcr, ate visiting her mother, }Irs, Allred. >tr. Alnm Killson left yesterday for Cardston, where ho will work. Mr. Mousicr and Mr. Dimock were in Raymond yesterday. Mr. Mousicr left on the train for T.cthbrirtge yes- terday evening. The Young Men's Mutual Associa- tion held their opening meeting last evening, Oct. 33. The following pro- gramme was rendered: Flymn, prayer, opening address, C. P. "Fox; cornet solo, Walter Berrysea; outline of winter study, Pack; solo, Miss D. Yoimg: violin solo, Uriel O'Brien; song- Miss Mattie Clark. After the programme there was dancing- A good time was had all. The winter stvidy that was outlined by Pack consisted of science, history of the Mormon Church and ii- tcraturc. The F AIRCHILDS, of Gilt Comedy Dainty Dorris Donner, the Qerer little Ciaatiiunt mm m IMS mo mm mm mm SALE OF WORK The Sister's Faithful Companions o! Jesus will hold their annual of work in the Convent on Thursday, 29th, Friday, 30th, and Saturday 3lst of October, from 9 a. m. till 9 p. m. Entrance on Coutts Street. The Alberta Raiteay and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots larth of the Eailnal ail Vest ofVestaiasterU. FROM FOR SALE 5-roorned house on Round St., Sta- ble on connection. Sold on terms. Apply 502 Courtland St. 256-6 LOST A dark chosiivnt colt 4 mos. old, white star in for 'head, white feet, not brnmVd, Had a wire cut on right side of neck and on left e.ir. ro_ ward for information leading to its SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even nuraocreQ section oi Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and i6, not reserved, may be homestead- tid by auy person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quartei itiction of 160 acres or less. Application for entry must be made in persoa by the applicant at a Do- a.inion Lands Agency or Sub-Agenc: tor the district in which the land it situate. Entry by proxy may, how be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the fathor, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land ir> each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he go desires, perform the required- resi- dence duties bj living on farming land owned solely hy him, not ihan eighty (80) noes in extent, in the vicinity of hia homestead. Joint land will not this requirement. (3) If the father (or motker, if the father is ueceuaeu} uf a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not lesa than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him i.o the licinity, such homesteader may perform hia own residence unties hj Uving with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" .-u ;oe two preceediug Li uufined as meaning not more than ume miles in a direct line, exclusive the width of road allowances cros.ttd in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform hia residence duties in ac- cordance with ihe above living vrith parents or on farming land own- ed by must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to ipply for patent. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of th% Interior. publication recovery. Palace Livery, Ford St. 257.6 oi ihia advertisement .will not be paid 'or. REWARD Lost, two bay g Idings, branded I on left shoulders and one W. H. on Tenders Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each I TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annnm One-thin! cash, one-third fi months, balance 12 months. Mterti teiltiy Mi MptiM Cr tti, left hip and on right hip Alex. W. Harbinson, Taber. 258-6 NOTICE After the 31st- day of October, 190S. all accounts owing to the Lethbrulgo Electric Co, Ltd., will ta turned over fo tlioir solicitor for collection. By Order. 259-16 FORMERLY OF PRESTON Preston, Oct. Brush. nrd found murdered in Chicago yes- t rdny worked in a furniture factory here until last pay. He came from England and had no relatives here. i PROPOSALS FOR NEW STATION j AND FREIGHT SHED AT FERN1E. j TENDERS will be received up to iSk, Monday, October 19th, for build- ing ,1 new station and -a new freight shed at Fernie, B. C. Plans covering the work may b-- seen, and other information obtained at the office of the Superintendent or Resident Engineer, C. P. Ry., at Cranbrook, B. C. Proposals rrmst be snbmitted on blanks furnished by the Company, and th; Company the right to reject any and all bills J. BROWNLEE, Superintendent. Cranbrook, Oct. 3, 08.