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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THI HTHimOOt DAILY HIRALO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, OF CAXADA CaplUl and lest Eicert Grain Drafts with Bills of Lading' attached negotiated at any of the 113 Union Bank Branches in Western Canada. Notes discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Bank Money Order Draft or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. _ -'Now is the time to open a Savings Account. Interest is paid at the highest current rate and money may be withdrawn at any time. opens an account. Lethbridge R, Manager. Stirling F Schimnowski.Acting Manager. Grassy Lake Branch- ft. W. Baillie, Manager. 444444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Capital (Paid Up) 4 Reserve Fund "HEAD OFFICE t 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA Established 1855 MONTREAL TORIES TO HAVE U.S. Exchange Br-ugbt and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon :Fav.orable Terms TiNGS DEPART MENt J Deposits of and upwards received. Interest 4 date ofde-jos'it at highest rates' allowed from Lethbridge Branch, Redpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, A FARM ERS1 HOLI DAY Thomas Collett and a party of friends left Raymond, about Oct. 1st for a trip to the Waterton Lakes driv- ing from here on a camp wagon and paeE torses.' 'They left their wagor at the 'Waterton Lakes but t-ook both horses up and on Sul- phur" Mountain. They hunted Rocky and goats "in that vicinity and 'the' whole party secured six goats and three slieep. One day they chased "a bear out of some tim- ber but did not get near enough to get a shot. The sheep were killed above timber line abong the rocky cliff-s! where the horses could not go so the men had to -carry the dead sheep. At the head of the canyon there is la'ke separated by' a slight; ridge from the -cliff of the "some way has formed a crevice in 'the rock about lower than -the level of; the lake''and the" pressure 'of the lake spurts the' water out of this" tunnel and it fall's about two hundied feet to the bottom of the precipice, thus forming a natural water power which.some day may be utilized: Af- ter a most'enjoyable trip Mr., Collett returned to Raymond on October 12th. It will pay you to with us. Pioneer Lumbtr Co. Leader Borden Makes 1m- portaat AiHwuncemeni It Halifax Halifax, Oct. L. Borden de- livered "an important speech at the Halifax convention to-day, dealing with naval defence and announcing that a national Conservative conven- tion would be held in 1810. He be- gan by saying that to one returning from the mother country the ques- tion naturally presents itself, how J ;hall we stand in the future within1 this empire Shall we, as Mr. Gold- win Smith desires and predicts, be-x come part of the great American re- public, or shall we follow j ations of Sir .Wilfrid Laurier, who be- i: lieyes that Canada will sever connection with the British empire, i as a ripe apple drops from the tree Or shall'we; follow the ideal of 'Sir John "A. Mac'donald, .who fpresaw arid "predicted'ua cordial and healthy I alliance with the mother country', in which Canada would become a power- ful nation''owning allegiance to" the British sovereign and''flig and main- i taining the advantage of connection with the greatest empire of. the world Surely1 it is the latter ideal .which to-day "is being realized arid with it may there come to our peo- ple an increasing' the value' of British" citizenship. "The House of Gammons last ses- sion laid down a certain policy navar' defence, in which both were united. It may not'have satisfied the aspirations of, all Conservatives, but it seemed our unbouhdeir duty to place if possible above' the limits of' partisan so vital and far reaching, "aid to a't- tain the standard which 'has' 'for many years both parties in 'Britain with re- 'fofdigri' reiatibns. By Our Own People. GiVen Up To Die -i; it :-s'f. No. loo Oorge St., Sorel, Quebec. "I suffered from womb disease for seven years, with dreadful paios over the front of', the body! over the back and down the legi. I had indigestion and chronic constipation and the constipation was bad that I went sometimes for tea to fifteen days witKout any action of the bowels. I was ill in bed for one whole year. At one time I was so low that everyone thought I was going to die, arid1 the last .'Ritei of the Church'were administered to me. I was treated by different doctors without any benefit SIR FREDERICK'S STRAIGHT DENIAL Of Militia And- then said Sir Freder- ick'was asked if he had frequented a house of ill-fame in Halifax within 20 years'. said he nev- er was in a house of "ill-fame. Sir Frederick'said he seldom went to Montreal. Mrs. Allison had said to aim one morning into his office that she believed he fence On the Witness Stand Kent-vine, Oct. the libel case Sir Frederick liordeu was call- ed and sworn, lie said he was min- was assisting her daughter in Mont- real, and had warned him that she would not tolerate interference in Phone 103 for and Then I got a sample of but I had no faith in them at all, and I trould not have taken them only my husband begged so' hard for me to try. As1 soon as I began to take I grew better, the bloating was relieved, the sleeplessness was my stomach acted, and the bpwela were but above all the fearful womb pains were made easier. I.have taken-eighteen boxes in all and I lua now perfectly well again." ister of militia and defense. He was i i-, T-. i ner Plan to bring that girl on her formerly known as Dr. Borden. being 6 knees to me. She might have said a medical praehtianer. Sir Fred- lhat he wouW be heW .f crick first saw Mrs. Maria Allison at he anything to interfere with her her house on Albert street, Ottawa. I plans. He had promised Mrs. Alli. This was ae the beginning of the ses- j son to get Mrs. son Ernest sion of 1895. He had lodgings and in the militia stores department and board there. He went there m Janu- had'succeeded in doing so. Sir Fred- ary or the first of February, 1895. I erick saki had never staycd in Dr. Judge Forbes, then member for, house on Queen's, and other' members of par- liaruent atul other men were there. His .wife was at home. After the house was dissolved in 896 he went to Canning. About July 12 he was again at Ottawa, assist- ing in the formation of the govern- ment. He was appointed to the port- folio and went back in August. At the solicitation of Mrs. Allison; he took rooms at her house for himself aad secretary. He knew the daughter, Hester "M. Chalifour. Mrs. Borden had told him. of Miss Chalifour's ap- plication for a position in the postal department Arthur M. Dickey, M. P., himself and another had signed MADAME JOSEPH LIRETTE, the recommendation. He saw Miss for trial box 25C. dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Ottawa. sion for our naval defence should be made, so fair as pbssible." "In speaking of the necessity of provision for 'self defence, I absolute- ly1 disclaim the. suggestion that I am actuated by any militarist sentiment. No one more thoroughly believes in f possible effort, to maintain Chalifour at her mother's ...house about three months after she went to Montreal. She came back to her mother's' house over Sunday, and went back to Montreal. .When next ijv j.ij.uiiti.ca-1- ttucu JU.CAI mav be reasonably 1 he saw her it was about Christmas. He met her in Ottawa on the street. He passed the time of dav with her. Denies Everything. He saw her very seldom from that time oii. He did not see her in the States aiter that. Sir Frederick "How the present administration will work out 'the poiicy" which outlined by the resolution to which' I have'alluded, "bWe On'e. governing principle at'" least should, control; out "of our own materials, by" bor and -by the skill rjf our -.own people any necessary provi- to alterations in the lay-out of our yard we have to move feet of Short flooring, Siding, Ceiling, and, Cedar Boards Within the next few days. To do so we will give a Special Price. the streets of Montreal several .times. peace but'any nation may be called he met Mjss Chalifour on ugon to defend; itself, even in latter days. Keep O.ut the G-rafter. "An objection which has been, both He had no particular conversations with her. Sir Frederick knew noth- ing of Mine. Archambault, whom, he said, he never saw when she was privately put forward is poill'tcd out to bim, He had never the probability that the establisb- .ment "of a'Canadian naval force will be" attended with'all the corruption and mismanagement vrhich have left -s JJ-t their degrading mark upon tne ad-st; Lawrence ministration of public afiairs in cer- tain' great' departments of the gov- ernment'during5''recent years. The .criticism is" weight. It emphasizes the necessity of a more vigilant and 'enlightened public opin- ion'in respect to "such matters. I think 'the administration of naval af- fairs 'in 'Great Britain for the past visited her house in -Montreal. He liad never gone to any house in Moat- real for the purpose of meeting ftliss Chalifour. He visited her on street or Duffierin sqtiare. He had never seen Hester Chalifour at either of these places. v A copy of the Eye Opener was pro- duced and the alleged, libel was read. Sir Frederick said he knew nothing of Miss Chalifour's reasons for leav- ing home. He never saw Ernest Chalifour in a violent condition, biit he was told he did become violent. street; Boston. 'To Mr. Roscoe, Sir Frederick said that at the Fisher banquet there was very good wine. He had drunk liquor at the Halifax hotel. Sir Frederick said that while Miss Chalifour was in Boston last week he had seen her. Sir Fred- erick had. left Mrs. Allison's' house in. consequence of her blaming him for interfering with her daugh- ter. Sir Frederick then left the box and the crown rested its case. LOTS OF TO BE PLANTED NEXT YEAR Magrath, Oct. Walter G. Gui- ton, tree planting inspector of the oPrestry Branch has been busy the last few weeks inspecting the district tributary to the A. R. I. towns. At Milk River "be away for planting gave trees next -spring, and about the same -number, at the other. sations on the line. He, expects there will be many applications when the time for application comes be- tween January 1st and March 1st st. These will be for planting in' the spring; of 19p: the for, 1910 planting trees have already. been applied for.. He h-as now covered his field, a most successful trip having found. the trees all in good condiiio.n and the farmers are showing their appre- ciation by taking good care of .them. Sound Oats Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city PRICES THE LOWEST Office in Easton's Harness Shop Box 201 Done promptly, and satisfactorily JQ.HN, BRODIE RUMOR CAUSED LOSS I General Teaming We do all classes of. teaming on the faction guarariteed. If you need coal 'and want the best value your money buy, eee me. Opal, muat be paid, fpr., oja, delivery. E. J. TICKNER OF REASON London, Eng., Oct. a segue! to the repent, bomb in Swe- den, Prof. Martin Ekinburg, director of philosophy and a well known Swe- dish scientist, has lost: his reason and today was removed to an asy- fifty years at' least has been with- (Thc Iatter part was objected to by out scandal "and reproach. Mistakes may have been made and policies en- tered upon have aban- doned, but'there has been good faith and straightforward dealing through- put. May we; hot trust 'that public opinion .in Canada will at least in this 'respect exact those in pow- er a strict and unfaltering adherence to economy, efficiency and honesty of administration. Wherever else the trail of the grafter may be seen, let it be absent from the undertakings from any department which is called upon to solve the vital problem of defending and'protecting our com- merce. "-It is not my intentian to-night to review the struggle 'of a year ago or embark upon a discussion of pol- cy, or to enter into detailed criti- cism of the administration. Two vcars ago in this city I laid down vhatl conceived Lo be a reasonable and progressive policy for the Con- ervative party. Public opinion not only of the party but of the country ratified that policy to such an ex- tent that the present government has made the pretence at least of adopt- Mr. The admission of the conversation between Sir Frederick and Mrs. Alli- son was objected by Mr.' Ritchie. Mr. Roscoe contended it was not conver- sation, and the questioning proceed- ed. The allegation that he (Sir Fredr was keeping her (Hester C.j in a boarding house at 862 r Palace street, was false. He provided no means for'her staying there. Sir Frederick did not know Madame Cle- ment." A Number of Denials. Witness was asked if he had ever met Miss Chalifour at' Madame Cle- ment's. Then Mr. Ritchie ing many ot its provisions either in whole 'or in part. Announces a Convention. "As leader of the party in federal as a previous witness for the'prose- cution had stated otherwise. Mr. Roscoe argued otherwise, Judge Drysdale allowed the question. Sir Frederick said he never saw Miss Ghalifour at Madame Clement's. He'never saw'her at'Ellen Williams'. He liwiirti bury's place in Boston. Sir Frederick had heard Miss Chaiifour had a house at Outremont, but had never seen her there. He had never seen her in Boston. Sir Frederick had never made an im- proper proposition, held out any in- ducements or had any improper re- lations with Miss Chalifour. He nev- Condition can be directly attributed to the know- in, if .not with being the au- thor of.the crimes. It is even stated that a w-arrrant arrest had actually been issued at Gothen- burg, Sweden, despite the '.fact: that he frankly protested his innocence. Tlie jptefta Restart t Under new management cook. Every- thing clean Meals 25c i Place Your Orders for ..WITH.... Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 4' 4 i 4; 4, 4 4 4 '4' -4 M-AE TOM, Prop. JJ The Yard with the largest Stock in Southern Alberta. Greatest variety to select from, best grades, a minimum of expense, lowest prices. We cannot afford to have one unsatisfied customer. Get the most and best you can for the money. We know where, you will get your lumber if you do tha. Just South of Ellison's Mills Yards at Lethbridge, New Phone 225 and. Magrath affairs, I laid down that programme, or was to the Stanley h'otd, Mont- upon my own initiative, after con- real, with Miss Chalifour, and did sul'tation with my many friends not register as'Mr. and-Mrs. Brown, throughout Canada and in default of Sir Frederick never paid to its formulation by a representative! Miss Chaiifour, nor had he paid her convention. The calling of such a any money. convention has been before our minds j What About Mrs. McParland arid under our consideration for near- j In regard to Mrs. Kathleen Mc- ly four years. The time has now s Parland, mentioned in the alleged come when this important step j libel, Sir Frederick said his aoquaint- should be no longer delayed, and I j ance with her was Ho am glad to announce that during the i had only seen her once last Novem- year 1910 we expect to hold a great j her, nor had he heard of her except convention of the Libcral-Conserva- in letters from Mrs. ,-tive party of Canada, thoroughly On Mr. Ritchie's objection, the part representative not only of every pro- in the reference to the letter, as he did not have the letter' to produce, the contents of the letter were hot aJlowed.to be divulged. The first time Sir Frederick neard Mrs. Me'.' Parland's name was about 1900. first saw her in November or Dccem- I Meals for Good Meals Full Courses See what It's like at f Ciiow Sam Co. We .have just unloaded a car of window, plate tnd fancy glass and are in, a position to fill al] orders at right'prices. Our stock of lumber Is large and well assorted. Estimates furnished. work a specialty. 4 4' 4' 4 Gllfi'S HPI.' Office and Factory cor. mm mm Telephone 158 Phone 195 4 4 4 4 4 '4 4 vinee but- of every important district within each province. Great questions will before that convention for consideration and determination. 'Policy and Organization. "'Thpsc will include not only great questions of policy, but matters ber of 1908. She was in his office jjui i W iliu. U UlJ A, Hi 111.O LUliUC tonthing the thoroughly effective or- about five minutes. He had not seen ganization of the party; and it -is ___, ._ secn since. Ho was never with mjo_wu much to say that the result'1101" in Ottawa on the: street, in a of the next general elections, which cah. or elsewhere. lie never was tn may be held even earlier than-we now hcr house, did not know she had a I expect, will depend on the enthusi- j asm; and vigor with which the Con- i serratives oT Canada -unite in making the "convention the spk-ndid success I believe it will be." i ___ __ __ _ _ It will pay you to trade us. Lumber Co. husband, had nevw- hidden behind fence across the street, and did not know when- she lived. Sir Frederick said he had not si-en Miss Chalifour for sonic, years. Mr. Ritchie asked Sir Frederick if he was drunk at the Fisher banquet.. 242-26' Sir Frederick was at first in 4444 In tt or Tui> made of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Every One Solid, tUrdeactf. Luttnt Maw, without Seam. Many Features are too. when you Potitivcly Penlit la All Good can 'supply in CtiiaAi.uk for ;