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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Mr used M a fcia'cavat A MCAT LtMftAl VICTORY Lanariar ic For he haa appaaUd to the aad for the bwa duraed by the people of Canada ia ao uncertain manner. a leader led altowtd to afva low and dirty utttbod of trying to injure au oppoawtt. TiMaT there foul pieces of turn circulated in vhe constituency to. injure Mr. They may have uiAuenosd some people but today, in iace ol it- all Mr. steads better loved by fcis and. we leel; wore higkly respocted by the erly t he of any that ever political forces in 'Canada and as a statawui he U without rival. He won this election on his record and policy. HU government had dooe great things and their policy proposed more great things. Judginc the, fu- you turw by the: paat the people of Cana- da has eodoraod his policy and en- trusted to him lor another term the management o( the affairs'of the That he will 'lie true to the in him is the firm belief of alf Canada irrespective of tho party allegiance which party pre- judice, and usage demand should he maintained in an election. Lauriar scctiou o4 his is to be hopad thit bis period ot' He serrice is not 'ended. Jt OUK POINT OF VIEW Charier won, as we told Simmons is- still good enough for It C.-A. P., is trusted by the people, and has their approval to go ahead to finish his Lethbridge, in the face of an al most perfect organization, for Mr. grath, did far better for Simmon than the IJbvrata As for the Conservative is doubtful if with.any different con- ditions'within itself it would have de- feated Laurier. But had the party 'had something to offer the country in the way of a definite policyJ, if the party leaders had- agreed upon their appeal to the if the party had in any way shown a desire to rid itself of the leaders who had got into disrepute, there is no doubt but what the result would have_-been: much closer. But a party without a. policy, with inconsistent, and dissent- ing leaders and with ranks unpurified by the refining fires of opposition can never hope to win an election, in a country thai demands that a govern-, ment be "businesslike, progressive and Personally, Mr. Magrath is nt right; politically, he is all La- DaniiitT aa4 Pope frop- ail BiHy in High protection Cockahutt was wa4 oped iu one of the priaeipaJ ing cities of Ontario yeaietday. The Liberal tariff is ffood eaouich for Brantford. TW 0. P. tt. will bave to back, aeai for sBotber four years. On Track Today He IHly Ci ttt PtOrtASIONAL Stewed Deep Apple and Craun You'll never catch on il you don' after catching don't be afrakl to let go if necessary., People don't talk much of your opinion unless you happen to think as they do. One of the worst things about be-' idg single u that yon are always in danger of being married. A doctor practice on his but an nuatefcr musician i practices ou the patience of, others. "Hon.- Mackenzie King, Minister Laboi, sounds all right. ot It is too bad- Foster, 'wasn't trimmed in North Toronto. A lot of Conservatives feel that way too i Ontario is coining aloug splendidly, j It will not be long before it gives! Laurier a majority. Laurier can finish his work with a big majority at his back, All the provinces but two gave Laurier a majority. Almost a Unit- ed Canada. F. German Skocauui UetwMU and BOJ'B 1108 i When you waut DRAYING t Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BROPIC M Qei our PRICES 3 on Galvanized and Painted a Borden has two" seats for himself while his party lacks over fifty of the number reqinrwT to beat Laurier. Slander is a mighty poor thing to honest. show ..that theJfgovern- Tnent has hekl its own in. Quebec and the Muritime provinces. Ontario has responded nobly to ...the- call ,of the LiberaJ leader and has denounced i no uncertain tone, the leadership of Geo. E. Foster, who could not votes with" been elected outside of.Toronto. West "of the Great results i are not sufficiently certain to warrant j comment but it looks in British Columbia the Asiatic ques- tion had caused a loss to the 'gov- ernment. The Manitoba election lists have duplicated past successes, while Alberta and Saskatchewan indicate-a strong approval of the work oi Hon. Frank Oliver and his colleagues at Ottawa. A noticeable feature is that in spite] of the dead set made on the members of the government, every one with the exception of Hon. Wm. Temple- grath would like to take a majorities al of the country ani It approval of their respective constit- uencies, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his colleagues have every reason to feel much gratified. "Well, parson; Is your flock lib'ral Will, I should say dey is not that. Why, when I asted them to sing 'Ole Hundred done sung The Ninety and _ More Suitable. Bobbie, aged 5, saw a cow grazing in his mother's flower garden, and shouted "Scat- The cow didn't s -em to be much and calmly ate on. Three-year-old Mary, dancing with -excitement, exclaimed: "Tell him to Wobbie, tell nim-to IheSoulh Alberta lumber Co. Ltd Have jut received a ot Don't Emersan 'and Vanharn m their musical fares, Rehearsal-" The Raymond Liberals are all wool a yard wide. j Dr. Hivers got eleven more of a ma- jority in Raymond than he had esti- mated. ITedicine Hat and Taber are wel- come to all the satisfaction they, can take out of yesterday's result. j Mr.-Simmons proved 'himself. a-goodM and a good loser. Both Cprpormtioa v LU. l- Capital Financial Agents. ;Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Ktyil Caflierks LM All Stocks HaaaUd HEAD B. C. Simmons and Jlr. Ma- The mysterious baby at -night this week. Riglit Corner minster Ford before buying efee where- We have just placed a carload of the veU-kuown Metal Shingle and Siding goods in stock WRTS UIWieTIIIIK Office and Factory MM mm imns Telephone 153 195 t J. F. Jot. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES k and Light St. voice or oc Coaching tor exams, Heutt. HAMILTO t VOUNO f Ratm Wh D.O.L.. 8. C> .P.Conybaata, 8. Mfar' OONYBCAF; Barristers; Solictto. .Office: Conybeare Uthbrtdtt, AIU- a i ND HAND STORfV 410 ROUND STREET I have_becn open here for- one year and'even nibw peo-v. that they did not know J of my store. Let me you to locate it. Look down, Tlound N street and amongst signs- you will see a Jbig my sign.- 'Walk along and you will find store with 'Jirty windows, out full oi good my store. Walk inside and you will be welcomed by a sfckly_ lookiDg youth, sucking cough that's me. FRANK WADDINGTON 410 Round St. W. C. SIMMONS Advacnta, Barriater. .Cat OAoe: Southard Bio-k. ADDISOH SOU 321 Crabb 8t LETHBRIDGE. ALIA. Office "and Residence Vhone 1Q F. B. ftOLFSOM ARCHITECT Seam Whitney Btefc. A, laACOONALD 'ARCHITECT Macdonald Bbck, Redpath Strasi Alta. Ladts f3t) A. F. fc.A M., Q, R. A. Regular meeting thirti Thursday of each _ month "in UM Ma sonic'Hall. p. G. Block, at 8 p.m brethrtrn will always a heaity welcome. A.C.MESSEE; G.V.STORKBY. M. Secretary P. o.Sox is: PW22S Horseshoert Blacksmilhs 4' EAST OF TAYLOR MILLS Work done promptly. efficiently man has been returned with splendid With the general approv- month's mighty hard job. THE LOCAL RESULT rest. Campaigning is a; The cainiwign of slander against Hon. Wm. Pugsley almost made New Brunswick united in its support of Liberalism. Slander is a good thing to help the other fellow. Present indications point to the dec Qco. W. Fowler is defeated and no i one will shed tears. Doesn't it look as though the C. 1 P. R. infuic-iice was at work in icine Hat. and Calgary, i tion of Mr. Magrath. The election furnished surprises toj both parties. Lethbridge did better for Simmons than his supporters an- ticipated while Medicine Hat, Taber, and Cardston were keen disappoUri-: ments. The cause of the reverses at; Maitland McCarthy and C. A. Ma-j those points is not explainable at the'grath will have to wait a few years present moment. Stirling was also for a cabinet position, expected to give Mr. Simmons a ma-j jority in two figures but it'was only Even the much maligned Sir Fred- able to credit him with two. Ray-jerirk Borden was able to pull through! iflond nobly thanks to the magni- ficent work of Dr. Rivers and his ex- cellent band of workers. The cotm- Bob. Richardson, of the Wmniiieg Tribune, will likely keep .running un- try ns was anticipated gave Mr. Sim- til his heart gives out. He seems to I enjoy the exercise. mons good support. While we regret the defeat iTr. Simmons most sincerely as we; It is just as well for the Liberal! believe he would have made a most party that Burrows was defeated inl capable and energetic representative! Danphin. nt Ottawa, we can say candidly that i there is no Conservative in the rid-j The Pass did grand lor Macdonald. ing we would prefer to see j if a Conservative had to be Let us all get together now andl than the gentleman who was chosen I for j by the electors yesterday. We oppos- j ed-him strenuously because we felt! One th'mp the vote showed was that! the Liberal government upon its ad-1 Ijethbridge is ahgut as large agajnasj ministrative record and Mr. Sim-' Medicine- Hat. There were fully mons upon his excellent record as njhundred votes more polled here than! member of Ihe provincial house, that city. i the support ,of the irj this riding, j Mr. Simmons comes out of the con- As we remarked yesterday 3Ir. Sim- test more honored and respected than mons had opposed to him by all ever. the strongest Conservative! candidate contesting any constituency! Dan McGiilicuddy killed the Eye in Wc-st.ern Canada. Mr. Magrath i Opener but the Eye Opener didn't fizz, was also backed by a splendid organ-Jon Sir Frederick Borden or Hon. izntion and powerful influences and; Clifford Sifton. from all reports methods of a very; _____ questionable character wore utilized! The A. R. I. oughtn't to worry; to sway the doubtful nnd cos-jit got lots of advertising in this ily swayed electors. In ad-j campaign. dition to that his appeal from the! platform and in his canvass that hci The Mngrnih men who counted on Let prove to you range will save you The home that owns a Carney-Oxford Golden Nugget Range fuel food health time labor for this is the range that was built to save just these things. GURNET-OXFORD GOLDEN NUGGET is the lowest-priced range containing the special features and improvements of the highest-priced ranges. It is supplied with a Gurney-Oxford reversible grate that gives a constantly bright, livt fire and burns every bit of the fuel to a fine is no waste- In the morning a turn of the grate handle gives you a quick, bright fire. You don't have to loosen a single bolt or nut to change the grate from coal to wood burning. The firo linings can be removed without the pressed steel top. The range will never warp nor crack for it is btiilt of patent fevelled dead fiat steel. The range is lined with asbestos so the heat is kept inside to do your cooking. how much this The unusually iarte oven has a drop door that -forms a solid basting shelf when open. We know that the Gurney- Oxford Golden Nugget is the one you should have tn your kitchen. I7..5O extra i S5.OO JPlace .Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... JDS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed I PHONE 2891 Che Star GURNET-OXFORD Cab Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery Pbone Oice Meets' and. 3rd Mondayi InKTof P Hall at 8 _ VUiting brethren are cordially invited. S. Q. DAVIES.-W.P 21-ly T.- J. WHITErW. S LCTHBRIDGE fiO. a C. 8. P. O. E. Meets on-the second Tuesday of each month at E. A SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. fleuisUry. GURNET-OXFORD CANADIAN RANGE This is the range with the new divided flue. This divides the heat and sends it over the front of the oven as well as the back, keeping all parts at a perfectly, even tempera- ture. No turning of pies or un- evenly baked cakes -with this range. The Gnrncy-Oxford Canadian is slso provided with the reversible the grate that bums alt the coal. Built of the finest, planished steel- Mue finish stcci, lined with asbestos. I-arge oven with balanced drop door. i Reservoir, Tha JT-HAS "THAT FLAVOR" that connoisseurs like so much speaking of Lethbridge beer. Of course no one questions its purity. Strangers to its merit may kncm now that its quality is glass of Alberta's Pride beer you drink a month, a year hence, will de- light you just, as much as the glass quaff today. UTBBR1DGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Sen it Enfliii Jaiffl Men in the of Pjtaiaf Bali erery first and third Thnrminj'In thevontb nt 8 p.m. :hrrtKivn alwaji wri eotne. _ Walter Applebj, T. Robin, ut ..Box 67. We Lave tlie teams and we're liere to do the business Drajiog Contract Wort .of attended to Yon will dcLweli to get our prices before placing your orders Hayr Transfer Co. K. W. G. Hole, Props." PHONE 180 _ Uofi NORTH-WEST 'ASSOCIATION of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet, in the Labor Hall: eyoy ace- ftod and, fourth in UM Emph yers eertincated and engineera out ol .employ- ment, muld do well to eomonmiosU ua. HOBERT NEVIS.: Chki W. A. DIOK8ON. PAID before the t Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Co. LONGr BROS.Prorttietdra Office opposite Balmoral PH ON e3 15th of each month A. L. Roy PWeSO P.O. 8? Tk Culialt tatwut Is the place to get ft good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Block. Short Qrdere at all JBoon The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters! Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor First-class Cafe TIKI ma Sktrt Order Between Meals CARROLi; A ;