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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A FAIR PLAY PARTY very act for the Liberals of Cardnoa to the rep- tativfr of the Opposition an op- portunity to speak at the Oliver meeting on Tueeday uight. It was a courtesy that could hardly be ex- pected as at the Conservative meet- ing the liigfet before no Lateral was invited to speak and because the Con had been accorded the' privilege at the last Liberal in when Duncan ill was the chief speaker. So in the campaign, to the Herald's knowledge, there hat been only one Conservative meeting at which aLi- beral has been invited- to speak. On UMT other hand the Conservatives been' invited to speat at prac- tknlly every meeting the Liberals bare held. The policy of Liberalisui is: fair play, free discussion and full preeehtation of all the of both had the free dictation of the terms without the interven- tion of the sot have been any more unhappy for men and happy for the company. If the strikers promised to agree to the rvcuH of the arbitration between the Rogers outfit aud C.P.B. they were betrayed as had they known that uo qetter terms would be agreed to they would never have con- The dice were loaded, ag- ainst them and they lost. It is time workingmen of this country understood that it IK not safe for them to a combination of the C.P.R. and the Conservative party. Tfceir interests are too closely allied than to be other than as one. The C.P.R, may well be called the Con- servative Party Railroad, aud in their collision with the company aided the party, the strikers were ___ ed. Thoy know where to place the Illw blame. WHERE THE PARTIES STAND In Toronto and Montreal two of. the most representative meii In Canada are candidates Parlia- ment. In each case they are opposed TArT AND OOLT (Toronto Saturday Xight.) A curious phase o? coniew' is thv disfavor with which the news to mvived throughout Uw country thai Mr. TeJt plays golf. It is admitted by friends that his go" pUyi-sg tells heavily againvi "ram. LitchfteM West, writing: in the ascribes this to the serious, mioded wave of reform now sweeplaf thu "Can tSeM "anything more than ilr. Taft's indulgence in the golf, an exerciM whka MSUO aim in redueing hiu of and which is.a healthy, re- creation? Notwithstanding this, it i a fact that in certaitt, itir d Mr. Taft's golf- playing vioweJ with disfavor, because in there as a gambling of a presidentm I dato thus frittering away liis link' is regunkHl as Of coww golf is not a gambling ituuie, and the prejudice against the w.con- fined wholly to th'ose whj know no- thing about it. tlie" its merits cannot be to by candidates of the party. The .Liberals, Conservative on the other GOOD FRIEND OF FARMER The Laurler Government has been a farmers' government. The farmer has only to now gets for bank account interests of compare .the prices he his produce and his to know that the the agricultural class have been well looked after during the past twelve years. He can see the difference between the time when the National Policy was carrying on ita. work, of'try ing to make the man- hand, not placed in the field any opposition to them, but rather, have announced that t.hey will support Al- phonse Vervilie president of the IVacles and Labor (Congress of Cana- da, who is contesting Maissoueuve division of ilontreal anil D. J. 'O'Don oghue, solicitor the Trudes and Labor Congress of who is the labor standard bearer in South Toronto. The Liberal party is an- xious to have representatives of la- bor at Ottawa and will put nothing injLhe way of-tliese able advocates of labor, reaching parliament. The action of the Conservative..par- ty in opposing these gentlemen should convince the intelligent workingmen that no sympathy for their cause ex- ists in the hearts of ilr. Borden and his followers. The attitude of the Liberal party is in accord with its policj' of fair treatment of labor aud its interests. From the day it came into power the agriculturists ihc to remove their ganie it would be necessary, to each theoi a club and and seid them over a would reisvilt in oaticinal for niost of riculture. arid turn 'their fdran liiiks. Let Kr. Tail" not" be ed iK-causc he plays ijnlf. 'I'lio giino is-played ulike by philusi and fools. Among its nru e. f wise men and" it.ultit.ij.Ifc o: the foolish. char.n )f tb: st-crt is that while engaged :n jt th2 vaiie man ceases to be l-.y his wisdom, and the fooS to be I by his folly. Phe trdme is c'spector of persons.. U )fanihles 'tho iiigKty and exalts the lowly. .Should ufacturer rich at the farmers' ex- pensa and the present time when the government's policy is fair play to all with equal chances for all to re- tain: a share of the products of their labor and investment. One reason that the policy has worked out so satisfactorily for the farmer lies in the fact that the gov- ernment has been diligent in its taf- forts to secure the best markets for his produce. The British.preferential tariff created the demand for Cona- Liberal government has recognized that the industrial classes of this country entitled to as much con sideration as the farmer and the man ufacturer. Legislation has been pass ed at practically every session proving the lot-of the workers in many instances it has been..oppos ed by the Conservative party. The labor men in this contest and especiiilly in the Medicine Hat dis trict, ought to have no hesitancy i supporting the Liberal candidate. dian dairy "produce, jiams and bacon, and grain. In order that the pro- duce might reach the markets in the beat possible condition and command the highest prices, the government seen to the improvement of the transportation facilities by; providing cold storage and other modern aids. A great deal of work has been done for the improvement and protection of the stock conditions, for the securing pure seed, and for the the worst happen, niivy find comfort in the words to1 Mr. liulfour: "I'df rather nlay sci'utch at St. Andrew's, than ix- 1'r.uus Minis- ter." McLaren's Imperial Cheese FRESH STOCK Direct from the Factory TkUkyCo.lti Tcen frettieallii Sbts si F. erman TkeN Shoe man Between Sago's and Roy' (The Herald mot retynaeitthi for the eeaticeeeits expreeead le, this eoi- AU ataet be 4tejiUd by the writer's aej otherwise publkation will A JftOVIKG PICTURE CAMPAIGN Editor of The Herald: Dear As ixrr earnest seeker af- ter truth, I am tuixiouo to get the "HeraWV' "point of view" on all sorts of things. Ju Wednesday's V 'uotJoed this 'curious "Think of it. In 1896 Lethbridge theatre. Today, after twelve of Laurjer, it had We all wish Lo sc-e (ull justice done to Sir Wilfrid and his goveruuMsjt. Is he, 'then; to bo held responsible for hu Lethbridge theatres? In Germa- government takes the theatre. ''und .'almost everything else under its care. Dots the Canadian government, at tempt to do the same? if the number and variety of these moving pictures be due to the thoughtfulness of the goyernmettt in furnishing suitable amusements for all beholders, why should the govern- ment" not go a step and -use the exhibition of such pictures as a means of public instruction? The por iitical orators tell us of mighty deeds done for Canada by the present ad- and such tidings we hear gladly. Why not adopt the'wis- Rented month. DM, W. t, QAtftlUITH Acceuater tH KedpaUi 81. t a.m., J- Ettlt Graduite (A Weaiern Bfteem Uuivef. GieTelwid- Ohio. OFFICE-WHITHCY BLOCK Rambouillet Bucks for Sok MADAM NORMAN (Orchestral Teacher ol. prodtMtiou. VwiU or prepurs tory or sdvsnoed. Coaching tor Howard Or Street. HAMILTON YOOWO Crif'neera an4 Surveyen Bttck. dom of the schools? conveyed to school information is children, and knowledge imported to tender minds getting of fair prices for the farmers at the 'grain elevators. There are scores of items that might be mentioned to show the sue- cessful interest that has been shown in the welfare of, the fanning and stockraising proportion of our popu- lation. The extraordinary success of the Liberal government in looking after these interests is to a very large extent due to the fact that it has had a practical farmer, Hon. Sydney Fisher, as Minister of Agri- OUR POINT OF VIEW Laurier will sweep the country. Cost your; vote for the liberal par- ty, the low tariff party. li you want a high protective tarifl work and vote for Mr. Magrath. Be loyal to the best interests of Western Canada and support the Li- beral party. WEAKNESS (Vancouver Saturday Sui.wc Those readers who agree with me may with some reason. 'k -.vl at par- ty or candidate i shall support Vancouver. Frankly, I do not--know As Iwtween" the party, 'fi'saulutca there is, as I have said, Uttlo to choose; Were Leader Borden n strong man -who, if called upon to for-.a a govern merit .could be I uj to purge'his party and Fowlers and to form T. string minis- try of outsiders as La'm-jr did. orw might foel it worth while to vote his ticket. But Burden is amiable and weak. He has swallowed Foster and his works. If he accepts Foster in weakness he will be compelled to herd up Vith all the other grafters in the party and be managed by them j'or their own advantage and the coun try's ultimate disgrace. The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have received another car of Short Flooring 1000 feet of this covers as much as 1000 feet of long We are selling it cheap Call and get our prices The A BOYS' CLUB. latest club organized in Corner Westminster Ford jBtSoittotttetlltoalil! PW225 the Alberta's able and conscientious Minister of Public Works addresses the electors of Lethbrklge tonight. Be sure and hear him. The labor men have to choose be- tween Messrs. Simmons and Magrath. It ought to be on task to de- cide which is the best friend of the workingman. culture. Even.such ultra-Tory pap- ers as the Toronto News have volun-1 An ardent supporter of W. F. Mac- teered praise for the work of his de- partment. Mr. Fisher has placed men who are experts in charge of the various departments and their good work has been recognized by the far- mers all over the country. The good old Tory custom of having doctors and brewers at the head of the de- partment and filling the offices with political favorites has been abolished and instead we have this department managed by farmers for the farmers without to party politics. having This regard is the system that the agriculturalist wants and will vote for. lean, M.P., for South York termed that gentleman "a sort of political fore runner. Lie's a .John the Bap- tist. he oxclaimwl. "of whom the Good Book says: 'Lie moves in a mysterious way his wonders to per- THAT HAPPY SETTLEMENT That the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and the Conservative party acting in collusion in the settle- ment of the C.P.R. machinists strike! is very evident. The company refus- ed all the overtures of Tlon. Tludoiphe Lemieux, the Minister of and of the Premier, Sir Wilfrid Lnurior. But having rejected .src.h. tinincnt ar- bitrators they agree to moot the To- ry politicians of Manitoba, Boh Ro- gers and Colin Campbell. The for- mer worked some of the strikers' leaders at Winnipeg, while the latter went to Montreal. Jn a days, ho wires that "the strike is happily set- tled." Trmt the strike was not "happily settled" for the men is plainly shown by the attitude of the men. many of whom, ever, they had, lost wages for eight weeks refused to ac- cept the terms agreed upon by the men whom they supposed to be their leaders, and the politiml combina- tion of afanitoba Conservatives and the C.P.R. The terms wen? most un- satisfactory and thf> settlement wns anything bxit happy being as it was a complete throw-down for the union The Roblin-Rogers-Campboll organ, the Winnipeg Telegram, which At a meeting of the Liberal execu- tive of South Toronto it was resolv- ed "that -n the opinion of this exec- utive in view of the fact that the In- dependent purty has placed a candi- date in the field in opposition to the! Conservative candidate, it is not de- sirable that the Liberal party place a candidate in field, bvit that the I Liberal voters in South Toronto hoj recommended to use their influence: and cast llieir votes for the Inborl candidate in this campaign." city is a boys' club, under the name Boys' Club of Lethbridge in Wesley Church." The need tor such an organization is probably aa great as for any of those already existing. The club aims at the physical and moral development of the boys. The boys have planned and undertaken the work with a heartiness and en- thusiasm that is admirable. They have arranged to procure a club but- ton, and have drawn up a simple pledge against1 the use of profane language, liquor and tobacco which the members will be required lo sign. Much of the work of the club will ho in the form of indoor athletics ami outdoor sports. Baseball, foot- ball, and hockey are the outdoor sports that the boys will follow. A practic' will be held every Satur- day afternoon. Eegular Sunday morning meeting will be held looking to the moral development of the Unless lawfully detained the membor? are expected to attend this SOME WHEAT The Wella Land and Cattle Co., Ltd, shipped- over bushels Of fall and spring wheat this past month from their Alberta farm 20 miles south of Lethbridge. 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 anc Cattle Co., Ltd. agent, FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel by the two-fold avenue of the eye and In. the political instructibii of the people why speak to the ear alone? Why not also give informa- tion in spectacular form, by means of moving so ably fostered by Sir Wilfrid? We are told about the Ames' and we know how many sightseers gaze on these should tha Conservatives be given the monopoly on these en- tertainments? Let Liberal statesmen also employ tliis method, let them, in a series of rapidly moving pictures, show how active they have for the weal of Canada, let them give ocular demonstration of their ex- ploits and achievements and then see what will happen. Thanking you, Sir, for the valuable hint supplied, by your paper, and trusting that abovo suggestions may be of use. 1 am, etc., Aii mtcrested on-lookcr. Pincher Cteek Pincher Creek, Oct. Rev. R.E. ?inley, pastor of the Methodist church to Calgary today to at- nd the Laymen's Misionary con. vention, as the representative' of his congregation. Hiss H. D. Lawrence' arrived, from Winnipeg, on Monday, to take a po- sition in the- public school. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dobbie, left last week for a trip to Chicago. Win. Reid has resigned the position of chief of police, owing to ill-health. Wm. Lynch is acting chief until .a successor is appointed. Their lordships, Bishop Legal, O.M. I., -of St. Albart, and Bishop Bru- neault of Nicolet, in town today visiting with Rev. Father Lacombe. Rev. W. A. Lewis of Macleod will conduct anniversary services .at- the. Methodist church on Sunday next. Farmers all ''report the fall wheat looking fine since the snowstorm. J. of Summerview nearly lost his threshing outfit while-, at Four hundred Registered Rambouil- let bucks, yearlings and 3-year-olds, bred from best strains of the cele- brated Baldwin, Oregon, and Utah, flocks. These bucks were bred and raised in Oregon, and have been in this state since last June. Large, smooth and heavy shearers. Finest sh ?ep for the range, combining all the essential qualities of best wool and mutton breed. For prices, etc., ad- C.F.P.Cenybeere, KXi., D.C.L.. B; Merten Jeitest B, C. CONYBEAki ft JONES Barristers, Solicitors. Ete. Office: Cooybeare BJoek. AHe, W C. SIMMONS Aelvecate, Barrister, Etc Office: Soutbard Block. dresa D. A. McRAE Cirt, Bank, Mont. Jos. A. Young FOR SALE ADOISON ft SON Funeral Oirectere EmbeJmere 321 Crmbb.St; LETHBWDGE. ALTA. Office and Residence Phone IDS Heary and Light RODGERS4YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. F. B. RULFSON ARCHITECT teem Bteck. JA8. A. MACOONALO ARCHITECT Macdenald 8leek, Redpsth Btreet LethbridsX Alts, Uthbridsjs Ledfe (31) F. ft A M., G. R. A. litgular meeting night, the thirn Thursday of each month in UM Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting- brethren will always a hearty weJcoroe. A.C.ME88EB; G.V.81ORKEY, W. M. Secreiary, P. 0. Box W7 Canada Western Chartered Corporation ".Ltd.; Capital Financial Agents.. Fiscal AgenU Brokere. for Royal Ceflkrles Ltd. U? HEAD MeeU lat atd 3rd M o n d ays in-K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G DAVlBSi W.P 24-ly T. -T. WHITER W. S GUELP MAN DEAD -Guelph, Ont, Oct. George Bruce, for GO years one of the leading busintss men here is dead, aged 79. He leaves a widow and four children. LCTHBRIDGE-LOLnjt MO. C. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, U. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Montreal, Oct. Jock who robbed the mail bag on. the C. P. R. train iu-ar here .recently was st-ntt-nced to years imprisonment oday. work on B. Hammofldjs place. A All boys in the city are invited to join the club. The following are the officers: Hon. J. M. Harri- son. Supt. of Outdoor J. IJoyd. of R. Bell. Gay. 1st Vice-Pres. (having charge of Sahbath Judson. Vice-Frps. {having charge ol AN ARTESIAN WELL litorary Fiskc. Oct. !6.-An 3rd xwll it. was struck on of Win. Wood. Uust Mon. of carnr-ntors' union, and IP Smith till tho latter threw him off the job. Baiton then hronjjV.i action for assault. The magistrate case, holding that j Smith was justified. The union ap. pealed the case and the judge con. firmed the mapistratc's decision. L. M. JOHNSVOtlE Barrister and Office adjoininf Union Dink, Lelhbridffe. W-lft This Trademark Guarantees that Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are always in perfect style and they will give excellent they are the best values, for the money, in Canada. This trademark guarantees that every garment bearing it, must give complete and lasting satisfaction or your money back. Behind this trademark is the Fit-Reform Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored garments. Fall are ready. 15 up. A TICKLISH SITUATION is yours when you're without a bottl of Lethbridge Beer. Your friend from whom you expect a visit like i and will for you're fon< of it yourself. Why don't you keep us advised in advance and we see to it that you are k pt prbyidet with all yon need of Alberta's Prid beer. LETHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agenti (at Lethlxidge. EAT AT THE HUB Nil Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. Sou of Eqliri lotffit totj in the of Hall ert-ry firnt ami tkirxl ThnrwiJiiy in nonUt at 8 p.m. Vimtiug bn-thrva iilways we) Walter Prrd T: Robim, W. 57. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every MK- and aud fourth in month, mpUyers requiring certificated en- fineera, and oat of emplor- meat, muld do well to with tu. ROBERT NEVIN. Chtot W. A. D10KSON, SecceUry. 44-lfrd-w I Tte teUite tatamt Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. ft m CoftldAle Block. Short at all Hours First-dass Cafe Ilia MTU Mil fttrt Order Meals CARROLL DOYLE ;