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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta k'age 11 Vote for Shepherd Ra RedingV Hall North Lethbridge MAY MEAN A SEAT FOR MR. GRAHAM p.tlnwn. Oct. 20.--'It ia. poiisiblo that the'political" j oimicrjlt, of tlid nou low, days-may include, the rethrenieh.1 'if Hon. ,1. J. r-'oy, Ontario to- -take 'tin- 'ivacnji' -ijlniiu "oil the hicli court bench and tlio appointment' of .M. I.. A. for South Ituurre'w to tile at- loniey-k'ent'ra'.vmlp of the province. Hon. Frank, Coalmine, minister of ;tncl MOM. ox-; .had ,a conference which it IBsaid had lo ilo with a'possible ilr- Mr. JlcGarry, 'itlio atloriioy.'geiiorarwll'j be j for Soujli.. ItpuCrew, niKl.; Miv.priilmin {.returned unoviiaiud yjojfedenu 'libusi', Thcis.''Low, 31. I'etlr- ing in'Ills favor. At will' he orcil Ijy Hon. C R. Mitchell Attorney Gunl. of Alta. New Dayton New Oayton, Oct. Anna I'a'llerPon was n visilor to Warier on j II. it.. Vatca ,of the firm of Becker 'and of Warlfer, was in town ion Tuesday on business in cornice- I lion the company. Miss .Alorcland is from, jtonsilitir.. Mr. and Mrs. U. A. McCtilloch have Blurted houseteeiilng in the Hunter home vacated this summer by Mr. and Mrs. McP'nereon. John DullUM and W. loft on Tuesday for their 'homes across the boundary; the former going to Ham- ilton, Ojiio, and the to Bot- linnau, North Dakota.' I Coo. Whitscl and Owen: Grepno left ll'or their homesteads in; of thin'wcek. I Mrs. M. J. Warren .wife of: Con- tractor Warron, who is working on the CAVE ME UP But "Frult-a-lives" (toil Me. MooKi'iiii.D, ONT., Jfurcli asllifijto. '.'I suffered from seven; indigestion and dvspepsla, for nearly two years, f dollt.d; not lake footl without fearful I' cbtjld not do any work anil became KO run. down and. weak that I could hardly' walk.. was attended by two doctors and they both nonriceil 'my case .incurable, that they could do nothing .nnire for. liie M they llimiint my disease was HKART I'AIJ.OKE AND INCUKAIIU5. The for death in a short timf. TORIES SIMPLY FOR THE COMPANY At this time my son asked me to try WUHT-A-'nVHS and from the outset of taking these wonderful tablets I was better, and gradually this modi- cine completely cured me. I took B large number of boxes, perhaps a dozen, and now I am entirely cured and I have cained over thirty pounds in weight." ir HENRY SPT5ERS, J.P. I "Ftnil-a-tives" is sold ;by all dealers Rt 5oc. 6 for or trial size, Fiiiit-a-tives limited, Ottawa, "heir Effort to Injure the Sifton Govern- ment (iSdmontuii D.iilh'tln.) If tbe ean j-et the tiacc or the- Opposition candidutea i the Provincial bye-elections will gilt the Government on the ground Kit" it In ending the ileal- ig of'the'Province with -tbo Alberta ml Great .Wutei ways Company. Tlio osition of them.1 papers "is that the oveinment should be condemned bo- ___B the'Legislature parictl last fall p act declaring' the agreement he- ween the Province and -the company o be at an end, nnd because the promptly, undertook to 3cui possession of the money de- lved from the sale of the .bonds. The im of the C'onseivativo ad-, ertised by these to. over- now the Sifton Government, and, to eplace it by one prepared to annul he acl% of last session, to reinstate he company in good standing, to and them over the money without urther protest, and 'to authorise them o carry out the contract they once ad with the for the con- truction of a railway. In justifica ion of this.remarkable proposal, It is S. X Sheplierd L'iljei'iil Giiii'ifli'-lnto in the God Save The King 'THE OLD AND THE YOUNG .S'cw. i'ork, Oct.. :onl-y a few. inMec- ap.irt are the oldest and your.sc'st. of tho gospel in tiie tj'iiinicl states. The oldest is Rev. of Jlidillehury, V-.., who will Ire 102 years old in nj'ji.bcr. Tlie youngest is Master V. of Boston, who, though only years old, preaches to-crowd- ed clrurches every Sunday. r .-.r. Bhlwe-il -is still active hr pro- claiming th'j Word; and- until recent- ly clolivcred sermons regultu'iy to the ji.n, w %iKl preacher that Miov.'i'hHveVKi'rcp him. a 'f'res; scholar- ship and frW heard ut tlie-ilSist-Oroen- PASS AWAY f., Oct. er ros'itlonts'Vjipd; among 'the ear- ing place have Kisslie'i'. relict., of -ihe'lafe wjjlx. P'., 'died' at tlie home of her T. S. Sprpulo. SlS., of Markdale, nnd Mrs. Sproule, relict of "the'lota SproiAe ,died her brother. Lleiit.- Cnii'A. B! Campbell, Toronto. The re- mains of "both are1'bolDR-brought lysro Ion''; interment.'1- One sou and two surviv.5 the formal', arid two sous the. latter. nesday night and the family will.lliw In 'one of the Word of the illness of W. H. Oorril's eldest son v.-lio i'J liiiOiilatloi'.'OreCTn. was received this'y weak aiid Mrs. Oorril and Alison .left on, Wednesday night to be with Paul II. Eddy, of Lethbridge. is out looking after Ilia farming Interests on' bfs land a mile north of 'town. Thp threshers were ill work.this week Now Dayton's visitors to Lethbridge alncc tire last Herald budget was pub- lished were; Mr. and Mrs.. .1. K. Het.li- G. C! McDonald. Mrs. lie- Donald and Miriam. Mr. and Mrs. A. .1 Mavnard, Wnl. -Luscombe ami L. it. Duncan. .Mrs' H Coldsworthy, spent, tlie summer at her father's home In Spokane, has arrived home and was a visitor tu New.Dayton this .walk. The section crew on. Ihe New Day; ton ser.tion of the A. I., went on strike thi'J week nnd been re- placed by, an entirely new.crowd of men, all foreigners. A tew of the old crew went south, nild the re- mainder heated for Lethbridge. While unloading fraisBt at ins'c. T. Cousins had .the misfortune to'let a wagon wheel fall on .Ills. foot, crushing it. so that he is 'unable ia weaivaMiobl.' loigo--to1 Warner'dn'g.. _............ 'Three' or and'a inerry Bucoeedeil .m BONNYCASTLE NAMED ASSISTANT SECRETARY Winnipeg, Oct. ollicial an- n'ouncem'anl was .made yesterday tliaf Arthur L. Bonuycastle Iiad been made provincial secretary to P.re mier Roblln, who look over" the' port- folio of provincial secretary when the change took place ill the local cabinet. Hitherto, .James Hooper, king's transacted work in connec tlon with the secretary's department Hut work in -the printer's d'apartmeui has' increased to such an extent as to rciiulre Mr. Hooper's 'full attention malting it necessary to malte above' appointment. Mr. ]3onnyc.astie was horn at Camp bellford. Out., 'in 187U, and came wes twenty years later, and taught schop tor years In Maiu when ho entered a law offlce in Winni peg. For some years past Mr. .Bonny- castle has been employed way solicitor for the provincial gov- and was. elected in the pro vincial constitnftncy of Ilussetl, Man. but the circumstances of the recount which gave him the seat was siicl as to render his acceptance of the seat, most displeasing to his sense of rib'lit. left nlglll tiiey'vwill- vo'sl'.le the work visits' to Lethb'riiJge.'; ald will rgissed; Aid and. at tftvs '-piano, in. the. 'B.ei'.vj.ces' bjja'-. 'been taken by staff p'f Bank- 'of j has that not' be cal'led' li'poii to contH- butc to its membership for the Milk Hivor branch which' has just openeii. Heretofore the. entire staff has gone to Milk Hiver on'allermite days ant; jit was thought thai either Mr.'Morgian jar n r. Hamilton -ivouW'be sent tliero pernichently when- tlie-'biink opene'd. staff wiirscltlu in Milk local branch wi'lknow be able MAY BE HOT IN WEST TORONTO Toronto, Oct. coming Con convention in West'Toron' to promises to be a merry one, though the date has not yet been fixed.-Hori Thomao Crawford and W. D. Mcl'her son, K. C., Seal A and Seat B mem bers respectively, will be both opppg apparently. Dr. A. W. Thorntou and A. W .Wright, two of the leading oillcers ii the Ward Six Conservative Associa tlon, will both be on the nomination ticket, according to their friends These two are regarded as among the best, stump speakers in, Canada, and a campaign in which they have a hand can'be depended upon to be a warm one. John Laxton Is also l poiulhlllty. TAKING A HOLIDAY Ottawa, Oct. Hordei Is leaving to tak'e a well earned noli day. He will go to New York, first Protect YoijrseJi Frcnn Chionlc Colds Of course you prepare for .winter weather externally by changes In .your -Prep'sri-ypurself internally, too, by course of' Tasteless OH Compound this Fall arid the bother you. Taiteless Cod Live? Oil Compound is rich in the medicinal, and nutritive Ihc belt Norwegian Cod Liver .Oil. specially trccled to remove1 the disagreeable fatly acids thct upss! the stomach. Combined with' Ihisr worked out proportions, are Extract ol Malt. Hypophosphll.es aiid Extract ol Wild Cherry. The preparation-.Is, very pleasant to lake, without 4 of the diMCTecsble the'pltin Oil. For delicate onrn.ii-down children a course ol Na-Dru-Co CoJ Liver Oil Compound in and ano'thcr In the-------------------------------- Spring Is one oi thc.best posslblc-safcguards. Yov.r druggist can supply., it hi 50o. or bottles. A NA-DRU-CO Specific lor every 111. I moni did propOBO arid'the Legislature 'did fiii ar.t v.-ble'h ilccisrcd I hat wh'oreaK the company had "confiscat- ed" its own rights, thosf) should be declared to no longer ex- ist, and -Unit the company should no longer be considered a party in con- tract with'the Province. It was not tlic Province but. the company which broke the bargain, and the Govern- niL'nt proiiosed and fhu Legislature de- cided thill, as the company had done i BO the bargain was at, an end, Xoitb- er the prcso'nt. nor' tlie pisvlo.us Gov- !eminent Interfered .or attempted- to jintorferc'in any way with tli'e validity lot eonipaiiy'8 contract until tbo company' ot their own free will had violated'ami annulled that, contract. i Up until the company defaulted In payment'of Iho'Interest due on the borrowed money, and let the Pro'.1- luce in for the amount, nothing had ibcan done and: nothing attempted which in any way abrogated 01' cur- tailed any rlliilt or. privilege which the company had under the agreement made -with the Province. The sacred- nor.M of tlie was recognized to the.absolute limit, and so far as the present, or and the Legislature of the province are exists no reason 'in the world why the Alberta and i! Great Waterways Company did not made that it should be re- of on a foundation of fuel It would con- stitute a perfect jturtiflcatloa for hose who say that the bargain should K reviv'ea.'.anctHherefore a valid and sound condemnation of the course of the Government 'and of the Legisla- .ure. The sacredness of contracls ind the security of private property uust be -preserved, and uo Govern- ment of whatever party ivould ,-be worthy of defence or capable, of rtc-' fence which .proposed to .tamper with these of order- and justice. But thCj'clalm that I there has been any suclT" tampering does not r'bsj; fpundation of fact 'ft' is advanced in the face of known a.nd unfiueEtiona'bie fact. inent did not counsel, and .the Legis- lature did -not pass" any act which con- fiscated or alternated to confiscate any properly 6f t'h'e'-AIberta and Great Waterways Company.' The Govern- pay the common penalty of such of fences by having its contract declar ed no longer Valid? And what less could members of a legislature sworr to protect the interests of the peopte l-of the Province do than free the Pro- vince from an agreement which had jbeen invalidated by the voluntary act of the other party? Those who are now asking that.the bargain with the company be'.revived, that the com- pany be handed over the money, and that thw be permiltld to carry out a contract which is -no longer'in exist- ence, are asking not Justice for the company, biil'a favor; a favor which under no moral or legal compunction to grant aiid could not'grant with! proper regard for its own interest; and a favor to a com liauy to which-the people of Alberta owe nothing, either in cash, coin-teas or gratitude.- Will Mr. Borden Be In Control or Who Will Control Mr. Borden? Profsssor W. L. Grant, of Queen's University, contributes to the Queen's Quarterly; an interesting article upon problems which Mr. R. I den has to face in the work which lies before him. .He lays utrcr upon the tariff issue, and, admitting that the Conservatives owe their success to "the big financial interests be iks w'hether Mr. Bord'sh will be ible control them, or whether thes :ontro'l him. The mosl inlerestliiE eatures of the article are as follow Mr. Borden's chtef difficulty will ivantually come in connection with the tariff: He stands pledged lo a tar- iff commission ot experts a-nd the idea is at first aisht inviling. If the ex r-rts 'ire- to be merely members of [he Civil Service, who will, collect information. It Is all to the good we iZy need such a departmenf.1 as that in 'the.Dulled St.tcs vwcb in the ne.otiatp, fu, nlshed the American commissioners wit informalion altogether .uperior ln detail and in accuracy to ha at the eryice of Mr. fielding and Mr Pat They be Tame Experts? But if the experts are to advise, as ,-ell as to collect information, he ,Vif- [ctilties will begin. Imagine the de- .beratlons of a commission ccraaisit- Who Will Control' Will Jlr, Borden be able to control them'.' Will be be their master or their puppet- High-minded be un- doubtedly is, .but of his strength there is a douli.t. If he will but show the sanva broad-backed, honesty as Sir .lames Whitney, all will be well. He will soon have an opportunity to show hb quality in connection with the tariff, for the West will-undoubtedly press for an increase in the British torsion Bates Crest SritBiR, Ireland, Siandinaiia, an! llie CoBtintit On Sale Daily Nov.' I Oth to Dec. 31st St. LAWRENCE SAILINGS Empress of Irsland .Frl, Nov. 17 Lake Champlaln .Thiir. Nov. 23 ST. JOHN-LIVEHPOOL ef Britain fn dec. 1 Like Manitoba Sal. Dec. 9 Empreea of Ireland Frl. Dec. Complete details and berth reservations from'any Railway Agent, or J. S. CAnVe'Ri'GinVAgent, 460 Main St, Winnipeg JTOferenra as the readiest method of btalning oheaper manufactured .lea. The only such increase tq.which he Canadian manufacturer will will- ugly consent will be the (lut- es on British goods where they..are, to put them up against the rest of the world. 'The -patriotism 'which" s nmde an excuse or profits Is not far from being the ant refuge of a Looki Ahead.- 30 Vcjrt Mr., Borden's great danger lies in the JJiirty of prosperity; which' both part- es concur In prophecylng. During hat'tlme our. doiibi- ess bo a reasonable protection, modl- leil by the preference to Great Bri- xin, and by ant reciprocal arrangements er countries and colonies: -Nb'w'a reasonable protection, to build up the wealth of'a'-ybji'ng country, is the worst, possible, qistribiiting it; it produces'pest for- t'un'33, great cities, and, unless con- trolled, great at the end of thirty 'years up to the idstence-'of great clHes.ln which vast ,iuuM are un- derfed, under-brained we find a.bor itnd. capital .in murderous antagr oiiisin, are por- ;ine, It little to count jiir miilionaip'es in thousands ami our exports and billions. We must hare strict control of the great to set .control, at.defi- an open eye to the .urban prob- lems now 'growing pressing, a far wld- :r conception of'and regard for cdu- :ation. Part of this, programme, is Mr. Borden's powers, but part is not; the next, few years .will ahow he stands. of Prof. SHellon, Prof. d Mr Contfi! Probably, however, M norden's experts will be tame ex- perts and the tariff will continue to be controlled W The Big Interetta This 'is iniiccd a real danger of Mr. liorden's position, for he owes his el- ection in largo part to the big finan- cial intwest-3, and the greatest dan- ger to Canada today In not annexation nor nor militarism, but the big financial Million- though not necessnrly to be svs- are still to be defied. We cannot do without great financiers snd maniifBcluwrs, and go back to ml agricultural Arcady, but the struggle at present being waged In Ihe United States shows us the danser. havn learned mucli from Ihe example of flic but also have the InterenU. A Lazy Liver Upsets System. Br. Morse's Will PUls A bitter taste in the ed tongue drr.- xineu on rising and these mean that tlie liver it out of der Insteadofdow ingintothebowels, to regulate them snaaid digestion, M the .bile has been going all through -the lystcm, upjettinj digestion, Iciving the bovrell constipated, ma making the. lurfaer perfectly miier- able This U bilioutKM quick, safe and certain cure ii Dr Morse's Miu Moot They clear out the system, ttir up tbe lary liver, c'taqte the stomach and bowels and punjjr the blood The bile returns to its normal count, the food is sgiin digested pioparly and aU the dis- igreoble irmptomi Docton (prescribe Dr Mir it'i Kiat Pillt they sie known throujli- out the world "us i proven cure for sll digestive troubles. They ate .equally effective in itrengtht.iraj weak sidiieys sad curing rheumatism. by W. H, Comrtocl CeC, Ltd., Brockville, Oct., snd loM by all desJeri iticesbu. U Warner News Wirnci Oct 20-yu.te a'stir created in out little town todaj 'u tin. si ht 01 IweUc loads, of Km bet lined up iml rcid! to sUtt lot ill and iicmifc! Lach of the three him hei icpoit i sootl business The lirge new Inerj barn isjuar ing completion and will iltord accom nodalion tor all who caic to patrw ize it. Ihc Insi'all hojs are giung a ing lance.tlicre tonight. Ihc IU.M 1 ngllsh Uiuich is ut-ail> completed and is a cieditdhlt. structure of union feel ptoiui Tills mr.kes the -1th dunominatlon lo be reiiasuittd m Rci Sw ivnc of 1 culs Lnghnd is dent pastor Moic of our business men haic m stillr-ii (lit. most o! incandescent gas lighting ulncl com paics tatnitbl} with thi. best s 5 terns in tlie cities. The most recent install ition ii In Marshall ft Me Neil's Ilar.dwarc. _ Mcisis 'efliiioWlIi A Lgan s fnc lesdtucci on Third arc> last ling comiiHion ind soon It, occupicil I hi. poslofiice is a iitat iiiiH ifut-witli a hart! wood floor, anil o'-ir postniaster. F. L. Shepherd, is lo be commended for his enterprise in erwlins; a separate building tor the post ouice and telephone exclianje. Our sprvicc in these lines is now. all thai, can lie desired. A nuiuber of our lovers of music iutciitl hearing N'ordica ami KubcliK. Our local blacksniilhs arc very li'usy Ihesc ilays. often working until 10 p.m. Whnlcvcr otlipr crop ciinditioii.'i have been in ami around Warner, the buby crop has been a all told thus far. CIKIOIM lolTREII tTEIMUin III. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Floating Palaces. Next Sailings from Montreal ROVAL GEORGE.....OCT. II KOYAL EDWARD NOV 1 liOYAL GEORGE NOV Ii Xmaa Sailing from Halifax ROYAL EDWARD NOV J9 JIOLAY UCORGB Dec IS Rates of Passage 1ST CLAbS 50 t UPWARDS 2ND CLASS }53 UPWARDS 3RD CLASS, Bllsto) or L'don JS3 50 Further information from S B. Mitchell, Agent OPJlj, H. Macbeth, City Ticket Agt, G. N. Ry, or ante to A IT TlAVTS GENERAL A. 11- V AOENT, STREETN WINNIPEG S30.25 London Liverpool Now ia the time to -make reser- vation for Fall and Christmas: salK ings. Unexcelled accommodation for Third Class Passengers., rooms. Large, new, twin Screw steamers. Special railroad fares In' connection with tickets 'te Europe. Cinianl ,Line S.S. Oct, 7; S.S. "Ascan Oct. 21; S.S. Nov. 4; S S. Nov. IS. 'CHRISTMAS EXCURSION S.S. December 2nd For further Information apply to any Steamship or Railway Ageat M. (3. Liduian, General Agent, Canadian Wtft 445 MAIN WINNIPEG gOVAL. MAIL S SS. LAURENTIC NEW. S.S. MEGANT'C FINEST Feet Long IN About Tuna CANADIAN 87 Feat Wide TRADE ONE CLASS S. 8. TWDTOrtlC IABIN SFRVIOB S S CANADA The Largsat and FaltMt SUamsrs Jam Ing only one class (II) of cabin passengers. The best accommodations it moderate rates. Unsurpassed third class on all steam- ers. REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS Liverpool Canada 4 Megantie Nov. 11 Teutonic ........Oct 21, 18 Laurentic Oct 88, Nov 22 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS TEUTONIC Dec, 2. Deo '1 Dec 14 Reservations of classes TrFJans now AMERICAN STAR UflE LEYLAND STAB LINE t Sailings from Boslon, New Philadelphia to Queenstown, Life! pool Phmolith, Cherbourg Southampton; London, Dover and 'Ant- werp. Largest and Fin-it In the World t6324 Sailing Tons J Deo. 9 W. M. McLEOO, C. W. P. A. 333 Main St., WINNIPEG. SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS On Sale Nov. 10 to'Dsc. 31, via. Mont- real, Portland, -Halifax, Boston, :Naw to return within LOCAL AGENTS S.B.Mitchell, C.P.R.-H.Macbeth, G.N.R. NEW PAPER ENTERPRISE Welland, Oct. American firm is arranging peat aiid moss into paper at the 'rrtareb-'ioc.V-- ed northwest of here." tiosmins bpfionn1 on 5000 acres, nnd .will aMy be n large linlnslry, as (he raw producl, Is very ..largely ex-tended. Some years; large aroo.nnt of money wa-3 spent on making this peat Into fuel, but the expariments not sueccflstuL NEW GOVERNMENT APPtiiNTS A JUDOe Ottawa. Oct. tliia noon's Bitting of council .T.'if. JlcDouga-11, K.C., of Hull, was Ap- pointed to -the vacancy.of the super- ior court' bench of Hull to eucceerl the late Hon 1, NT Champagne nied on Sumlas Mr McDougall fcan enjoyed a large law practice In Hull and.district and on several occasions the Conservative in Wright countr G: T R STATION BURNED f Kxotcr, ,0nt., Oct. ufir G. T. R passenger slatlon to- tally destroyed by fire.this ;