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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta mm Southern Conservative triend yarn C.P.m. Ttfcfttph i Herald service, is rsspohftibte C.P.B, is MpNl A Mr been H, tfttt MUM M posed to the Grtad other liM thai will to tab the bsU br the C. E. On the otter Sir hii pledged to its (or all iU operatioa, be Bast, tf ooo- vote (or W, C. THE HUOtOlif BAY RAILWAY Of will the CHAftACTCn Of THC CAMPAIGN Bay railway be la Canada Alberta, This ii electors this conititueney have right to consider before finally de- riding bow they will mark their bal- loU oa In place'it will provide a shorter-route, to our test y hauled Montreal or 3.MO to Si. lor.ahipneni From Montreal to Liverpool is 8.710 miles by the and by >he south making a total, mileage from LethbHdfe ta Liverpool via Montreal ol tjtfti miles and mites res- pectively, that from St. John being approximately the latter number. By Montreal nearly one half and by St. John over one half of ibe distance ia by., rail, which as everyone ia much Inore expensive than by water; If the lake route is taken, the rail haul is shortened bui on the other hand the grain has to be transship- ped once or twice and elevator campaign Mr. at and by the Conservative campaigaert and yel these very peo- ple who have voiced or penned the on the Ubertl candidate were the first to be overcome with indig- nation when Mr. Mafrath's connec- tion with in application for a mil- lion acres of land at a dollar an acre in return lor turning waste- water down two coulees, was exposed. What .awful thing it was to bring matter into tLe campaign? What had that to. do with-public with the tariff, transportation ws sure tifcdf to it from a Ubml Government than any other. Mr. Bonton. Conservativei leader, lacks s policy, and the history of the COB- gaservaiivc psrtjr leaves it on recotd as a party of railroad monopoly as against railroad competition. YestenUy the Herald pttMiahad aa article aboot the new 'drill shed to be erected here. that will be classed aa a campaign yam. too, even though it was. first pnbiiahed in the Calgary Herald, with Col. a authority. tso Liberals land gtMf I. Co., acres ol du- in coQuectioa with it, thou jpytljinrn who clap thair hAMte wife Joy when Mr. Sil- ton, 5lr> Mr.- Burrows are witk get red in tbe aad say it is ostfair. Let rifti km that Sir. Magrath private reproach, kis actioM lawd for ol Uad from tte in for 11-sn acre aad the turning waste watar two couleea. to ssriow 'eritietam. His action CAN THIS BE TRUEt -It is not that'a auppoifter of inainuated thfti weed inspectors, mange inspectors, license aad the action "ol his company that matter showed were pre- pared to tike a area of land from the'people with practically no coaaid- whatever.- 'is their poaltion as bad and a great deal worse, than oUar and who are attacked on the Coo- platform in this constituen cy.aad have fixed their inspectors, mange inapecwrs, of 'Wing the public inspectors, and homestead inspectors -j cannot I domain" 'and" they'aurvly cannot com were, active in the support of the Lib- jf u end candidate: No proof WM offer-1 cafie8-whefi own friends and ed then, nor has there been any are Oroduaie of Weaiarn Raienre Uni aity. CUrveiand OFFICft-WHITMCY BUXK X' produsttoa. Visits or lorr stdvsaasd far FOR SALE HORSES Heavy tod Light SoteM RODGERS ft YOUNG mj Tor Shftts si F. German other such matters? biought forth since. is 'si much and a good deal They forgot to ask, the foundation for the Herald mak- tion of themselves when they the 'statement' today that city clainr platforms HKBd_whisper I officials andT corporation contractors are being promote Mr. Ma- interests. One official, whose job trim trees in the summer, is very'busy these days working for Mr. into electors' ears charges, charges they have uot proven, against leading Liberals. They base Iheir entire campaign on these slanders, forgetting in, the meWimeT questions OUR POIlif OF VIEW Remember that a for Mr. Ma- grath is a vote for a high tariff party. cOur civic authorities, at least a ma- jority of them, verj- peevish when they are They think i. tarjff and transportation. These gentlemen clean it taJtes aaaoxi- ciun they gloat over a cents a bushel to __ t nn v_ cimmon's charges have to be added, so that even] by the lake route it takes mately twenty-five get wheat to the seaboard. From Leth'bridge Churchill allowing for reasonable deviation from j that t1u, majbrity them would not J J -----u w Magrath and it is reported using an that everything they do is free from influence-upon certain corporation la-1 criticism. .They should get over such borers "to support' the Conservative j a crazy notion right away. despicable attack on professional "and Simmon's personality: in the Calgary Eye paper a straight line to Erwood and follow- ing the Mackenrie Mann survey from that point, the distance-is ap- proximately miles. From Ft. Churchill to Liverpool is placed at miles, making a total of about miles. It wilT be noticed'that the Hudson's Bay route reduces'the rail haul just a trifle over a quarter of the entire distance and means a total saving of nearly One thousand miles of Tail liaal.. is saved by shipping from Ft." Churchill Instead of Montreal, practically a reduction of one-halL "Foit William is 1185 miles from Lethbridge, so that by using the Hudson's Bay'line, the produce of Southern. Alberta -will be at the seaboard with the_ same rail haul as nbw takes it to Fort William: There is practically no difference in the distances from Churchill and Montreal to Liverpool. Then it will be seen, the Hudson's Bay line cuts out entirely the distance between Fort William and Montreal. That thous- and miles whether by rail route means a very considerable sav- ing to every producer and consumer Ma It was the Ma- candidate. does the city pay} that gentleman There is another report that farm- ers in the Eagle Butte district, south of Medicine Hat, in an effort io strengthen-iheir support of the Con- servative "candidate, have been pro- mised work for themselves and their teams on the city grading contract, for This looks take into their, own homes. The paper referred to was com- mended for -its course by Mr. grath's leading supporter. trculated by -members of C jssj-i r Mr. Simmons were inspired from this city by supporters of Mr. Magrath; the rather suspicious. -in fact, it is pretty yearly certain that the scurrilous stuff was written the in Eastern Canada. Not only will the cost of transpor- tation be reduced because of the short- er distance but also because the ele- ment of competition will enter. The C. P. R. and other lines running to Atlantic ports will reduce their rates so as to compete with the shorter Hudson's Bay line. This means that the Hudson's Bay railway because of its advantage of position will be in a position to dictate freight rates and bring under strict Government contro those rates will be regulated in the interests of tho people. It may be urged in opposition that Hudson's Bay being closed for so large a portion of the year the com- petition will not be effective. Hud- son's Bay is open practically as early and as late as Lake Superior. The Government has promised to build and operate Hudson's! Bay tliat will serve the same purpose' as the elevators at Ft. that is, to store the grain until the boats can take it. The Hudson's Bay route will compete in elevators as well as in hauling. It is hard to estimate in dollars and cents what the road means to the shipper ot grain, stock and dairy produce. It is safe to assume, how-j ever, that on wheat the saving will "I be from six to ten ccnU a bushel, and! on other produce in proportion. This -saving will be effected not only on the produce shipped over the Hud- son's Bay route but over other lines j as well which will have to m.H-t its prices to get business. The point for the electors to bear in mind particularly during the next few days is that this railway depends upon the success of the Laurier Gov- ernment in this ek-ction. While the Conservatives of Alberta and Sas- katchewan say thfiy have always fa- vored its construction, they have ad- vocated that the prairie provinces build it and bear the total expense. The Conservative leaders of British Columbia have termed the scheme a "cock and bull while the; Manitoba Conservatives say that they are opposed to the road and brand j it as a failure if attempted. In East- ern Canada, the Conservative party it opposed to the Government taking up the scheme aa it means opposition lo their bosom friend dictator, city. _" _ Anyway, the attack was of meanest and basest character, and had not the slightest foundation.'Mr. MagratK knows that, and yet that gentleman, be" high- minded and anxious for a respect- able campaign, has never repudiated the stamp of approval which, was given the Eye-Opener by his cam- manager, or apologiied for the bringing into the contituency of hun- dreds of copies of tha issue with the 'oul attack upon Mr. Simmons. -If the present campaign is not up to the standard Mr. Magrath profess- es an admiration for, the blame is upon himself and his supporters. showing a sudden eagerness to ge "more teams. far'as we know they intimated to the teamsters of this city that-they ed more mefi." Probably the contract- ors know-nothing of the offers being TKe Between Safie't and Roy's Mr. Simmon's record at Edmonton ia worth talking about. Mr. Magrath1 record at Eegina'ia never raentionw by his supporters. Why? Becantw it is void of any features that woul appeal to the'public. During" the past few weeks Liberal campaign been, franked from OttasraT Fully pense-has been-incurred, and country must7 pay--for Hat Times. Dear Times, do you know that the Tory M-P.'s have been franking campaign and that up ex the 1 he South Alberta lumber C6. Ltd. just received a car of Exshaw fcKfcMtitMnEln We have tMBM and we're here to do the buftineas of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our before placing your orderi Hlaewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. H.yrimd W. G. Hok. C. BarrUter, CU Ofioe: Bwrthard Block. ADOiaOM tON Fuinersl Oiftctsfs Ai! Cmtelmsfs I 3H Crabb M. LETHBILJDCfe, ALTA and Kendeoce Pbone Itt F. B. fWLFtON ARCHITECT -t made to the farmers south of Medi- cine Hat. MR, OALrS TRIBUTE. The administration bf af- fairs undef.Liberal rule is condenrned supporters. Pro- vidence is credited irithtjdl the pros- with criisap' of Be fair. A. question every elector should ask v before he casts his" vote is "Will Mr. Magrath be more friendly to the corporations than the In hi? connection it is worth while ic- membering that Mr. has so intimately concerned-with a big corporation that he practically txas reached the stage where he .thinks a corpyration can do no .WE Hotting Like Oar import of Leather Souvenir Goods yesterday is beyond precedent in assortment and variety. The promised new stock ot pyrographic wood work is daily expected. Masks for Hallowe'en and masqnerade gather- ings are now to hand in abundant variety. Onr TWELVE new local Sonvenir Post Cards in colors, including the 3-fol- der, at Prices Right "Corner Ford perity that this country has enjoyed The Liberal Government has had no- thing'to do with it, they say. Now, such a well known and ob- servant gentleman as Mr. E. T. Gait president of the A. R. and I. Co. who has known this country in day of days of progres and prosperity, less than four ago declared that Mr. Sifton and th of Railways had so assistex his company that developments an expenditures that would have other- wise ceased were carried 5n by the company. With their co-operation, declared Mr. Gait, the" efforts of the company towards developing Southern Alberta were proving successful. To listen to Mr. Magrath throughout this campaign one would imagine the en- tire development of the south, coun- try was due to the A.-R. and I. Co., but Mr. Gait says not. He gives the Government a lot of the credit. Again, Mr. Sifton's administration of affairs has been attacked on the platform in the presence oi Mr. Ma- grath time and time again, and that gentleman has always sat silent, thus _____ _ .____ giving evidence that he condoned the I man, did not seem to enjoying him i JAS. A. MACOONALD MacdonaM Bkck, (m j F. .a R.'A. Regular meeting thirrt kioiMiay: of each month in UM Maaoaie Hail, P: O. Block, at I pjacr Viaiting brethren will-always a hearty welcome. A.C.ME88ER. G.V-ffTORKEY, M. Secretary. P. O. Bom W7 The Simmons paper says: "Mr. Magrath has opposed labor legisla- tion in the past, and in the present campaign has not given any indi- cation that his views have The last part of this statement is so false that the Herald will only injure its own Hat Times. _ The Herald still Mr- Magrath has not indicatedliT any way that he has any policy on the labor question. He has never one thing that he was prepared to do for labor if returned to'Parliament. Mr. Borden, his leader, is in the NEED BADLY Chicago, Oct. there is a rainfall soon-in'the southern part of Illinois the coal mines will have to.shut down for want of water for making steam and for operating their coal washing machinery. 7: FLAVOR" that connoisseurs like speaking of -beer. Of course no one Strangers to its may know1 now that its quality is glass Albtrta'Y Pride beef you drink a month, a year hence, will de- light you just as much as the glass quaff MALTING COMPANY. Ltd SALE OF WORK The" Sister's Faithful of Jesus will hold their annual sale or m the Convent on Thursday Friday, and Saturday t of October, from 9 "-a; m. till i; m. Entrance on CoutU Street. v Meets lat and 3rd Mondayt .in K. of P Hall at 8 "o'clock. Yiaitiag brethren are cordially .invited.- s. a. DAVIES, W.P 2i-ly T. J. WHTTE, W. 8 "Going to Tom- I doa't'hftvc to; the can- didate said he never seen a more in telligent looking audience and I was one of New York: Sun. The best man noticed that one of the wedding guests, gloomy-looking attack. what did Mr. Gait have to say of Mr. Sifton's policy in 1904? "I regard the he said, "which is being followed to rush for- ward the West most effective and satisfactory. I do not see how it can well be -improved, and hope it will be continued." So spoke Mr. Gait in 1904. Do his words sound as though the progress self. He was wandering about as though, he had lost his last friend. The best man took it upon himself to cheer hun up. you kissed the he asked by way of introduction. "Not replied the gloomj- one with a far-away expression. the forenoon a Gcrma peddler rapped timidly at the kitchen and prosperity of the West were only entrance, lire. Kelly, angry at be- 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 Childrefi'sNovelties If we get winter this year our sleighs are to be cleared out at any old price and "don't forget. It pitiful to look at the blank appeal of their poor frames at having been brought to the wrong countiy. natural? No, not a bit of it. He I then and there gave the credit to Mr. I Sifton and his policy. How does that sound alongside the arguments of Mr. Magrath and his supporters that Providence was responsible, and that Mr. Sifton and the Liberal Govern- ing interrupted in her washing, flun open the door and glowered at him "Did yez wish to see she dc manded in threatening tones. The peddler backed ofl a few step "Veil, if I he assured he with tin apologetic grin, "I got m nment had nothing to do with it? jvish; thank you." We want you to know the reasons why the patrons of our cafe are pleased. They'are: .1. Our dining, room, is large and comfortable. Guests are not crowded. 2. Guests are served promptly and waiters strive to oblige. 3. The menu tlie item that has created for us such a favorable reputa- tion. Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand SMCT CMOS AT All BOOKS LCTHBR1DQE LOUufc NO. M "C. B. P. O. E. Meets on >be second Tneidaj of esck 816 p.m. E. A, 8HAEMAN. B. R. M. FRIK8T. Seeretary. The SERVES GOOD MEALS Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor Lodge Pride of 293 Sin if taeffl Mrt) in tbc of rytkia- Hail lit UN! khini Thursday in at 8 p Twitiog trrtoren always wtl Fresh Oysters At the testnra Shojt Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 WaltfcfAppiebj, W. Pmufent. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet m ther Labor Han every and tad fourth ilMkdavi ia UM month: Empkyert mpiirinf certificate aod eafiueen oat of ment. do well to os. NEVIN, Chfcl W. A. mCKSON. Seoetaty MMf im TirlUE VMB Heaters! Heaters! Heaters! Before purchasing call and see our Special Oaks, Royal Oaks and Winners For weight, durability and finish they "nave no equal P O. Box 27 OCTOBER 24 at the HUB CAFE Oyster Soup Braised Tenderloin of Beef Yorkshire Pudding Compote of Fruit EAT f 1 d that word seems, but not half is good M the original meal at Us iHtn Imck MEXT w aaeam ma BARONESS. ROAD Ike Mmit It the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours First-dass Cafe TBB na Stort Order Ictweci Meals CARROLL DOYLE ;