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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMftTA. SATUHOAY, OOfOMft IT, o N I G H T THEATRE TK2BKUK ID ttoir new Contor- tion and Jailing act LEOfELSE Italian.character im- personator iii new bill i Urn's A DimlrMs Qvtfsttkt UJLUIKIUI In Something New hafr Ufa USpJ. j. t. In new Illus- trated Melodies Bulletin) "8. HiMtoti'b Bay is of opinion thai 'Province Alberta, iu eo-op- oration wilh of Muni- Saskatchewan, should "construct withtfut delay a railway "10 Hudson Kay." 8t> ruiu tin1eighth resolution adopt. by the Albyrta Conservatives in oouvc-itio'n assembled at Bed iu .A was ddput- by the Conservative convention for Saskatchewan.'By. the explicit word. iuc of their platform ther fore thy Conservative parfy in these two Trp- viuces stands coinjnitttjd beyond eva- sion.to the policy of placing tlm bur. den of the Hudson JBay railway on the three Prairie Provinces. Afffc't OQ.MUI With bew acts MMMYS AMTDBMTS tiijkli IVir Admission-Adults 25c, Children 15c Tke FAIRCHILDS, of Gilt Coi Dtiaty JDorris Donner, tie dew Link UTMEE ClUllttl ClKatre Next door to Herald Office Program for Wednesday and Thursday Dfi't fail ts tar tk cMcfcy a Hnmck bilt for kt tke ppdUr stprait, FIRST-OASS VAUDEVILLE WOO Feet of New Pictire Filss PRICES lOc andlSe Performances at and 9 See the Watches we are giving: it Wright's Jewekr yoer Electrical Time Clocks switch out your lights at iiuy hour of the Uttj. Electric Wiring As jby us the power and at Electric Supplies Of eood quality iu stock SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shaka- speare, will rective pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At "Homes, etc. For further information address the Letlibridge Conservatory of Music. PIANO Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A.T.C. M., late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of piane and theory of music. Highest artistic results; secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au_ The Great Grain Armada gust 31st. 2t per DP. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., p.m., 7 to 8 p m DR. O. J. COURT1CE Dentist Graduate o! Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office Hours-9 to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms 1 and 2, Macdonald Block COACHES JUMP TRACK Allandale, Ont., Oct. The Port Arthur- Evenings Chroni- cle has the following sic'clicnt' bit 6i campaign "One of the big outstanding results of the LauricT policy "on'tranaporia- tion has been the upbuilding of a magnificent fleet ot Canadian-owned steamships operating on the great lakes. "'When, the Conservatives were thrown out of power in 1896 the num- bfr of Canadian-owned freighters on the great lakes could be told off or fingers of one hand. At tha lime the steamships Algonquin, Rose- dale and Bannockburn were about the only vessels engaged in exclusive- ly freight business in Canadian wa- ters. "The Government. adopted the advance policy with respect to immigration and the development of the with the result that there grew up traffic for uiany more ves- sels. Canadians were found who would respond to this demand, and This pledge hat never been repa- inted. It has been often endorsed. t was endorsed two months rovincial elections were held rovince of Saskatchewan. Mr. Haul. tain and his folio weds took the. ground in that contest that the toad hould built by the Provinces arid no one else. The Conservative candidate -running iu-the Fwieral xmstituency of Victoria was 4 speak. in that contest. In the town ol Lloydmiuster he his time :qually in trying to prove that the iudson Bay route was not feasible and that if it was feasible the road should be built by the three viuces. The policy of tiouTis aud: opposed to of FeVieiaLoon- structiou. The: whole- chain of argu. meat by which: it-is supported is. the direct the being pursued by the Federal Gov- ernment. If the Opposition. believe what they claim to believe they are opposed absolutely to the Federal Government building this .line _of railway and if they claim to carry their preaching into they would, if given the opportunity, stop the construction of the road as a Federal enterprise, and leave it for the three ;Provinces specified build when; they got able and ready. Against that policy the Liberals both" Provincial and Federal, take direct They assert and main- 'taiii that the Hudson Bay railway- is In 'character enterprise and'- that, it should be.' undertaken hy the? Dominion and the 'responsi- bility of the Dominicfn. Instead of patting it up tip the Provinces "to the road or do "witiibut it, they -claim the Dominion should under- take !L and carry it to cpmpletum hieKCNZlE V ROY Ekctneal Dealers aad GMferactors St, Lrtabridge, Atta. Phaaa204 No Ditorder With the Pure Drill Sack., Oct. temporary room Victoria ahortiy alter aaatimbliac of tha pupiU (his morning, some although previoua traitting in fire ilrill enabled the taaefeers to the. roottitt iu short order. Dirt ia the furnace caurad a cloud of smoke to ascend through the floor radiators and flood roosa. On awing this signal for Uw to Nave, aa att- call, van turned ia aad KtudaaU qukkly acaptiad out-through the Tha fire callad but BO damage wan dona by the IN.BETTER HEALTH Ottawa, Oct. A. P. Low, deputy minister of mines, who has been away for about year, owing to ill health, has returned, complete, ly recovered and will resume hU du- ties at the end of the month. does not lie very, near to the gentle- Mian's near enough to sat- isfy people to whom it means the dif. ference of carrying on the business of farming- and stock-raising at a pro- fit or at no profit. Pincher Creek Council Meeting Hr._Borden is touring the Eastern ProVinoes" declaiming' against the of buildidg one government-qwned railway." That the cost than it ought to be or more'than it-would, bs under his. msqagement. Mrj Bor- den did not aver, in his speech ia which he took ground. His claim simply was' that: the cost was than the countrv. could bear, and that I THE HEOI.A rURNAQC P.O. Boi 417 266 I Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to' give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding stand seems to "have maintained. Well, if Jhe is pA the cost of building one railway with public money, surely he would be twice horrified at the idea of aisb another: on the strength -and risk ol the .general -public credit; By every rule of judgment Mr. -JVi den is heading for defeat on the 36tb of UUBi month. But whether so there is only one course open to Western people the supreme issue of the campaign. Every Conservativ-t candidate elected in Alberta or katchewan will be elected to that the Federal Government ab m- don the Hudson Bay railway and leaver-it- for the Provinces to build or do witjiout. A vote for an Opposi- tion candidate is. a .vote to stop 'he building-of the .short-line to .the A meeting of the council wag held on Tuesday night. The following ac- counts were passed and ordered paid: W. H. Reid, Upton Co., If. D Grey, Municipal Water and Light Co., Lebel ft Co., A .grant of was "made" to the Hospital. The. question f of the sale, of, the iown's- bonds was diaeimed and the; .Finance Committee were to interview Mr.'-Hunter, manager-jorf the tTiiioh try and aVraafe matters. The Secretary was instructed to ad- vertise for_ applications for the posi- tion of town constable, salary to be- The question of a, new nuisance ground" up and it was decided that the council should inspect a piece offered them and buy it if found suitable. The Secretary was instructed to "no- j tify the Municipal Water and Light, Raymond, Oct. Lay- Co, to fill up all holes on the streets cock, son of Mrs. E. Laycock, was THE Mall-Davidson Co. Ltd, Slfn ttTAL CONTKACTOS, iAMJFACTUttK Aid 30WOS now located in the ntw IcUi Ctnskk, Skif'es, CicrapM tit, Eare Skct etc, i_ T Gaonl Ifob fast EOMSJ? ai fidir Fvuces ari Contractors are invited to investigate our and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 SUICIDE AT WHITBY, ONT. Raymond Ont.; Oct. S: key, a 'butcher committed by night or would.be taken.; A matter of much interest to the travelling public as well as to resi- dents, of the Aown then came up for discussion, namely, doing something towards improving the road ostween the tpwn the It was decided to and gravelling the Apiece from the mill to .'MacEachern's corner... After This policy in actual pro- cess The sur- veyors are locating the course of the line; They -will probably have com- pleted their work before winter forces- them to leave off. They would assur- edly have done so had the Opposition been a little .more considerate, in the spring months and passed the esti- mates in time "to allow them to. take the field with the opening of spring. The surveys completed, two years at most should suffice to grade the line and lay .the steel. The Government are pledged "by'the definite word o the Premier, and by the fact that they have already sent out the survey par- ties, to carry the woik to the most early conclusion practicable. We have therefore every reason to expect thai if the Government is returned to power on the 26th trains will be run- ning from the prairies" to Fort Church- il in time to haul out part of the crop of 1910. And when1 the trains start. 1 result is that 66 magnificent j freighters, engaged almost exclusive- ly in the grain business, are now ploughing the Canadian lake waters. many Sute3 lake car_ coaches of the G. T. train from North, aml Qfe extcnding tbeir voyagPs into Bay to Toronto jumped the track three miles north of this after- noon turning over as they fell and injuring nine people, none fatally. REDUCTION Winnipeg, Oct. IN RATES night by Hanging himself He "had been drinking heavily for some time and several times to; kill himself. Re was 50 years of age. instructing.-the -Secretary tuOrom Thos. Morden the "value of the land required for a 'canal to out the'creek bed, _jthe meeting adjournd. therefrom grain and ore, which go to find employment to Canadians at the receiving ports and Canadian outports, "This season Canadian vessels had under-, taj.cn out of Cleveland on June 30th writers have notified the city coun- cil that there will be reduction in insurance a substantial rates, if the high prrssure system which is to hi- inspected shortly is found efficient. bushels of wheat, and from Duluth bushels. At the pres- they will run over a road owned by" the people. The Opposition candidates in Alber- ta and Saskatchewan are fighting this election with the clause quoted'above as their railway banner. Every one of them elected will be a witness that the people of these Provinces do not want the Hudson Bay railway built by the Federal Government. Suppos- ing a majority of them should b elected from these Provinces, what conclusion could the Government draw but that the people who elected What the Liberal Government at Edmonton has done for LABOR As the workingman forms a large part of the population, of Albtrta, it is but natural that a Liberal Government at Ottawa, genuinely concerned in the welfare of its people, and pledged to advance the interests of all classes, should in its legislation keep the workingman in mind as well as other classes... has been the. case in Alberta, where, during the first session the Mechanic' Lien was passed to the great benefit of artisans. During the last S3sii6n two very important measures, consisting of the most advanced labor legislation, were put on the provincial statute books. The Workmen's Compensation Act was patterned upon the most modern Act of a similar nature-secured Labor party in Great was introduced Cross in the Legislature, and its pas- sage shortly after secured to the.'workmen good compensation for injuries received when at work, in Intone point it differed from the British Act: it .inclgcfe'agricultural laborers in the enactment, which naturally should apply to industrial labor.. The eight-hour bankUto-bank law, introduced by Hon. Mr. Gushing, made proper provision for the regulation of working hours of miners, lim- iting the length of time in which they might bz expected to work in the sunless mines. from his horse and.broke his leg; Apostle John "W. Taylor of Salt Lake City is hv town, visiting friends and.-attending to business. Mrs. Rude and Mrs. Heneger came from-Welling yesterday'and return same. Mr. Peter Yirgensen and wife came up front-Taber yesterday and-will r main'during the factory ..run.' Mr. Albert Powl will leave shortly for uuBngland.. Dave Powlson, William Card, "Delsel Salman Arthur "Kilsson" have re- ceived a call to take missionary course in the B. Y. TJtah. They will leave in a -few days, their "School'starting-on Ijfov. 9. Mrs. Ttenry. Jensen sold out her. 80 acre farmr one half mile east of" the sugar factory for per acre. She has bought..Bishop; Anderson's lot on iiic east side of the town and will re- side in Raymond. Last evening a club was organized. It "was to txTa social club, also seV- und "industrial work would bo done. The name of the society is' a secret but the initials of it are B. B. 0. The officers of the club are. Pres- ident, Miss Mary Fox; Secretary ami Treasurer, Young. The nbxt meeting will be heid Wednesday, Oct 21, at 8 p.: UK 'at the home of Mis? Phyllis The members of the club "are Misses Phyllis Young, Mary Get our PRICES on Corrugated faron Gal vanizecfand Painted ent time the Canadian lake grain, fleet j them do not want the work contin. OFFICERS OF W. C. T. U. s GG, has a capacity of j as it has been begun? And sup 000 ba-hcl.s. and a valuation of by any stroke of misfortune This magnificent record of the- Government was defeated and Mr: Skovison; Susan Witbeck Ellen Owen, Edna-Bwerton and Witbeck. Frank Stephens, the little son o AV. R. Stephens, who has been verj ill with typhoid fever is slowly re covering. growth is dm- to the policy of the Montreal, Oct. IS.-Offieers wen- j Laurier Government, a policy which elected at thv C. T. U. eomvntir.n j not the PrtlSfent> but today as follow.-: Prt-.siii.-nt, tn'' future. G Sanderson. Danvillo; vice "Lf-nv.' it I-aurk-r; let the growth j members from the Prairie Provinces i Bordi-n called upon to form a Minist- ry, to what conclusion could he come or whnt would he that the be frxpectf-d majority Mrs. S. W. Fostr-r, Knowlton; tr.-a- j continue. urer, Mrs. S. P.-I.ect, Montreal. in the work. Conmee has lent his aid represented the opinions of the ma- i jutily of people of these Provin. Vote for Conmee." OF CANADA Capital Rest an< Un- divided Protils Exceed Farmers' Savings Accounts play an im- portant part in the busi- ness of Bank, and even- Depositor is given prompt, courteous attention, whether his account be large or small. The highest current rate of Interest is paid 4 times m year, and money may be withdrawn at any time. There is no trouble cr formality about, opening an account with the Union Bank. Simply deposit o: upward and get your pass-book. Joint AeCOUKtS may be opened iu the names of two persons, and either can do the banking. ETHBRIDGE J. R. Anderson, Manager. ces? And if that majority were mem- bers elected with this clause nailed to th ir flag-poles what could he do or be expected to do but to call a halt in the work and tell thi Provin. ces to build the road themselves, as they seemed to want to do so. iowara ino rinason uay ra'ivay Mr. Borden has displayed an alt udi of anything but ii'y nn a' itnde that savored nothing of Though the matter wv- -.-N. in the nf TrtVi-OT it received no notice in the gentleman's Halifax This new oren fea- ture makes this range a wonderful bread baker YOU who have worried abcut aa unevenly heated have had cakes and bread burned to a cinder on one side while the other was will be glad to hear of this new steel range that is really new. The front of the oven in a Gurney- Oxford Canadian Range is as hot as the heat is evenly distributed throughout This is done by the new Oxford Division flue. The old style flue drew the heat of the fire to the back of the oven making that the hot- test part. This new flue divides the heat and forces half of it to go over the front of the oven keeping it at an even temperature throughout. Metallic Shmgtet before buying elsewhere jost placed'' a carload of the weft-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock mini's Office and Factory. mrtf ITttETI Telephone 153 t Place Your Orders for Canadian is fitted with Oxford reversible grate, that burns every particle of coal, gets all the heat out ol D _.. it. ran2e a11 the Ivange winter, for the grate has interlocking teeth which when operated cuts all the de.id ashes from the bottom of the fire making it as bright and hot as if newly lighted. The grate can be changed from coal to wood burning in a minute without, the use of tools or disturbing the linings. The fire linings are heavy, and may be removed without disturbing the top of the range. 'which j This rangc'is built of the finest planished steel-blue finish steel. he laid that programme before the 136.OO. WigK public. Surely an enterprise of mapmtrtde which did not strike him .is sufficiently important to devw.: a plaro in his programme, or fv-n honorable mention in his speeches, GURNET-OXFORD Golden Nugget Range Thia price, few more of priced rmnfe any otWr D RAYING ....WITH.... 1 JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 nuriwt. Tbe fael-saTinc Oxford Rcrernbk The eMHT-mMOTed fin livin The erenly orrn. copper HMCTIM. Built of patent tervtted lined with Mbeatos. Cull m this Gurw-v-Oxford or for bootlct. YOTI should see this Curacy-Oxford Canadian write us for full particulars. The Gurney Standard Metal Company, Limited fcrttiits 4 CwtictBn have the teams and we're here to do the InjiifiCntnctfirt of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders i-lsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hnyr and W. G. PHONE 180 ;