Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
WfDNUOAV, ft iteiiy Pnatioc Ht W Oi IM I by mail by one I.X otd thai undertone apd no by the people iu that has a nominal leader uixdcr control of a rail leader, Geo. tu-, grafting propeiisr teen notorious, u party the leaders of the -iorii the worst carnival the of all kiuds proraplly to You .will do well to get our prices before placing your orders ebewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H uU W, G. Hota. Props. PHONE 180 a roormj ed 2 lor ftOO Jovft Balance very -tows. for ]3er irtonth. Thii 15 per cent. nOTEftSIOMAL CA DR. W. li QALBRAITH Bt. 'Ph DR. J. B ELLIS DEMTI8T of Eeservt- Urn OFFICE Phone 501 WHITNEY CLOCK IJi. J. F. A. Young MAOAli NOfWAN PUnrtt-) of piaootorte, ar-1 voice production. of pupiM, propari tory 'Mr advanced. Coaching lor exArrift. Howard HOUM, Crath Sblect Tcin' fndiolMa _______Of ihe Conservative party, the succeeding yeai-s there uu his election without a be employment on coustructiou for thousands ol men. There will be a great RAIL' 'ROADS .The Liberal party made the rail- roads obey, it. Under Conservative government obeyed the rail- built competitive 'roads 'to ,the C P.R.' thus providing competition. The liberal party succeeded in re- ducing tie freight rates. The Liberal party passed a railway- act, creating" a railway .commission. Ttie 'Act, and its enforcement by the "Hallway Commission, has reme- tion. of labor In the centres of popu- lation. In every way __ __ the approval THE LEMIEUX ACT (Calgary, Alb'srUn.) VietoiS. Clarke, one of the best thoritiesr upon of labor in the United Slate, who is in Have roceired another car of tire sympathy labor man, after months bf investigating the Lemj- ieui act, endorses it aud says thai the of Canadd! ,seems likely, as.Jar as presentrxex[ Ijerience shows, ,prove a, guiding died grievances the fanners labored in under 'which j tion- respect of r government's railway policy will tend to the workiugman's benefit in sup- plying work, offering better chances of promotion, and in relieving the surplus of labor in the cities and towns. No wcrkingman in trie West Lstar to, Americans in their present laj can afford to turn down the govern- bor ment and its policy. Mr. Clark points, out that one year of strikes begun in ignorance or disregard of sand one ended pending or after invesHgation. Of the remain- ing 25 disputes, but, two resulted f u strike ,It is "further claimed that ionic disputes that might otherwise liave resulted in strikes had been set- tled without a board, because the par- ties did not to have a public NO GOOD HUNTER will start out with a poor gun if he can help it. cap help it, and fib can you. GET YOUR'GUN Here, and it will be ft good one. We styles and pricei, but you won't find a poor giin in the lot. AMMUNITION which we carry is of the, and prices are right. HOWARD CASE CO. C3IUNSMITHS LETHBRIDGC ALTA. FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS 4 YOUNG Sile toWes St. HAMILTO; ar I C.F.P.ConylMart; B. Mor CONYBEAF.. VOUNC D.C.C.. B. C. t JONES Coal, Ice and -Z -_ OUR POINT OF VIEW Billy ifacleon is a good maa to have in the House -of Commons; We are glad he was elected by acclama- Ceiling fenc'es, gates, cattle guards, The Montreal Star supported Bor- farm crossings and fires. The Com-j dcn iu iy01, but it Is not support- mission has "absolute regulative him uow. Whj? in tc-ard to rates, preferences.! bflleves the dibcrimin.uu.ns. rebates and secat rates- power to compel equal, proper' suth nnd reasonable facilities for shipment! etc. to ;all persons and companies; to regu Jlecause it sin- investigation, eountrj- cannot' Mr. Clark? further points out that uls when he has i despite the year oi Popc% the act was put to the severest test, most the agreements have eith'.-r (increased wages' or shortened hours, 1000 feet of; this coven 1000-feet of long it cheap our prices Corner ter Ford to regulate! Ttle and railway I and late traffic agrcecicnts; "anfi supervise highway ana railway crossings, and the general although in many ways directly. interests of the manufacturer i and in_ many cases have done both, workingmen aro closely re-j. Tn the railway 'disputes re- ed 'Metier' wages. tion of railways: to investigate acci-1 to, each other. Through dents, and to have supervision and their eighteen years of solicitude for control over all mallei's touching the convenience and safety of tjie public, and employees of the railway. This'commission was the means of having the passenger rate on the ,A. "R. I. Co. reduced from 5c. to 4c. a mile. The Liberal party made the A. K. fc 1. Co. build' from Spring Coulee to Kartlston. The Conservative party would have allowed the railway to do-as it pleased. The Liberal party is going to build road to Hudson Bay, provTding fur ther competition and cheaper freight rates for the West. The Liberal party is for railroad while the Conservative party is for railroad monopoly. the manufacturer, the Conservative party never at any time seemed to realize that the workingmen Fays the "the board decisions iii railway disputes 'have 'improved the conditions of the workers." in L ffitSBBi Phone 225 1.0. Box 654 Do you we keep a splendid assortment of ii .ELECTIONS IN P. E. I. Oharlottetown, P. E. 20 Jf- legislature ;dissolved .today. WHAT A CONSERVATIVE VICTORY WOULD MEAN What would a Conservative victory mean to Western Canada? First of all, it would mean that the' policy of railway competition undertaken by the Government would be dropped. U would mean that the Grand Trunk Pacific line weald be balked in every possible way. The Conservative par- ty is joined to the Can- adian Pacific railway which like any Gthor railway trios to rid itself of all opposition. Tht-n-iore the policy adopted by now Government i would be to hinder ihr G. T. P. if whole business could not be handed i over to their company. It would] mean that if the Hudson Bay railway! were built at all it would br built' either by or in the interests of the j C P. R. Jt would moan as a result that the West would bf worso off i ihan for the hick of competi- tion as not only would there be no competition but the opportunities for competition would be greatly reduced. A Conservative victory would mean in increase of duties on many lines goods required by the Western sot- tier. Tt would mean a return of th-- poHcy of everlastingly tinkering at Ui" and an effort to get a quid pro quo on the British tho result that the trade witli Britain would be alienated It would mean that, if the wishes of ouch as Mr. Magrath and others that the question of th-- M the public lands ly the provinces would be revived the hindrance of settlement and Our import; of Leather Souvenir Goods yesterday is beyond precedent in assortment and variety. The promised new stock of pyrbgraphic wood 'work is'daily expected Masks for Hallowe'en and masquerade gather- ings are now to hand in abundant variety. Our TWELVE new local Souvenir Post Cards m colors, including the 3-fol- der, at In referring to the effect-'upon in- who dustry, 'Mr. Clarke says: "The saving to industry by the prevention of. a single railway or coal strike ..might reach millions of dollars in Canada, and possibly as much in the United Stales, so' closely is the business wel- fare of the two Countries related. Ardent supporters of the act can fig- ure out several millions saved by the act last year; through the avoid- ance of two threatened railway strikes. The writer finds that though the rank and file of labor men seem to be almost unanimously in favor of the legislation that there is a'di- vision among the labor leaders about it. And this is the opinion of an un- prejudiced student of labor condi- tions whose bias if he has any at all, is in favor of the labor man. It is very valuable. .Nominations, Nov. 11. 18. Election Nov. in and Ladies' Wear, alab 'in WKen you "want" any thing in Silks in- spect our stock and prices. Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McOuire's -Old Stand IBGRT ORflERS AT ALL HOURS Co. Balmoral PHONE :S01icito. Oriico: Qoaybetre AIU. W. C. SIMMQNS Etc Office: Block. ADD (SON SON 321 Crabb 8t. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phows lit F. B. ROLF8OM ARCH (f EOT, UH< J At. Maotonaid Block. AiU. A. F. A. M., Q. R. A. J Thursday numth in j -Masooic Hall, P. 0: Block, at 8 p.m. ng brtthreo will alwajt a welcome. A.C.ME8SER. G.V.8TORKEY, W. M P. 0. Box 137 .CHILD BURNED TO DtATH Ont., Oct. resi- dence of Charles Jackson near'-here' by .fire last night and a Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery brethren are cordially inrited. S. G. DAVIESrNW.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Oftce (Hirer's BaH sranddaughter perished in the. flam-1 es. LETHBRIOGE "J 0. 34A are meeting with all the success they deserve, and Crabb well deserved to have a street named after him. Today we open up part of our Children'sNovelties If we get any winter this year our sleighs are to be cleared out at any old price and don't forget. It. is pitiful to look at the blank appeal of their poor frames at having been brought to the wrong country. TIE MM SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- 1 rnents 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 Conservator? of Music, teacher of plane and theory of music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st. 2t per SOME WHEAT means range perfection. F: 'R years the name. ".GURNEY- OXFORD lias, stood for: the highest in' cooldnjg ranges. No matter what conditions the -tinge .must meet, no; matter what price jtm, wish, to pay, you will .get-more range, efficiency.for ypur money in the "Gurney-Oxiord" lines thaa'in'i any other that1! built. AH our years of experience andptur store of range knowledge is put into this, one of our latest Golden Nugget Steel Range is built of dead .fiat, patent levelled steel and lined- with the kind that stands all lands of heat and never warps or cracks. It's; supplied with the new Gurney- Oxford reversible grate, too. The grate with the interlocking teeth that cut off the dead ashes, when operated, and makes the fire re- spond quickly. No good coal drops through it either, every particle is burnt. That is one of this range's fuel-saving features. This grate can be removed and a wood-burning grate substituted without moving a "bolt cr a screw. Then, notice the extra large oven for baking day. And the drop door forms a solid shelf for basting. The fire linings can be removed without disturbing the top means economical repairs. and Grerieral Blaclcsinitts I EAST OF TAYLOR MILLS i Work done promptly efficiently Meets on the second month lit p.m. E. K. Chartered .CorpormtioB Ltd. Capital I Financial-Agents. Fiscal Brokers. :ior Royal Ltf. AH SUftdird Stocki HmndUd HEAD B. C. MILNER SEES LAUR1ER Ottawa, Oct. Milner spent e time with fchb prdmifer this morning. in tke Kiif LU of 'tni mnd Thnrwlaj at 8 P-Dt. W, NORTH-WEST Of Chancellor Range TW Wells Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. hipped over bushels of fall jiud spring wheat this past month I'rcra their Alberta farm 20 miles -outh of Lethbridge. This was raw land two years We kave more for sale in the vicinity :t right prices, also improved land. Ir'cr particulars see Wells Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. agent, FORD TYLER Lethbridfe Hotel built of patent-levelled, dead- fiat steel last a lifetime. Fitted with the Duplex revers- iblegratc, which can be removed without disturbing the linings. The Gumey-Oxford Chancellor range saves food, fuel and worry, takes all the bother out of cooking. PMCE fit The Gurncy-Oxford Golden Nug- get Range is a low-price range high-price efficiency, We would like to explain it to you in detail We know that once you have seen it you won't be satisfied until you have this labor-saving, fuel-saving in your kitchen. ASSOCIATIOfl .STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall erevf and and fourth Mondays u month. .reqmring certificated out of ment, nwld do well to with NEVTH, Ohiel W. A. nucr laj- ir.st The Curacy Standard Metal Co., Limited delicious like the AlberU's Pride. A good malt beverage is foot and drink at the same time, and you will find in tt a tonic also that wil brace and invigorate you. Hops als makes it an appetizer and a nerv soother. One bottle of Pride beet1 contains as much nutn mnt as its weight ;r. meat. LETDMuDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ud The CaaUale hstiinit i jg the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. MM tetamt's W IM Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours First-class Cafe IN 183 ma ma Order IctoecB Rub CARROLL DOYLE!