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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta jt.v, Odober The Economy of the "GOOD CHEER" Circle Waterpan Furnace b more thin in economy of fuel, though that la Important enough. suvini; of your family's health. "GOOD CHUJ3R" savss coal, bi-cause ils liumul air m delightfully cgralortnhlc at i temperature at least 5 clcimts Hum is necessary with the over-dry air from the ordinary furnace. The "GOOD CHEER." saves the sore throats, lung troubles and doctors' bills which directly caused by narclicd, over-heated air. Paw. 5 This big Circle Waterpan, holding, 4 to 6 gallons, and running right around the fire pot, evaporates plenty of water to keep the air uaturaJly humid, refreshing and healthy. Jfafore you decide on your furnace write for our IVjoklc-t which explains more fully the advan- tages of tl-.e "GOOD CHEER" Furnace with ill Pateoted.Circle Walcrpau. 7 THE JAMES STEWAHT MFG. CO., United WlMlpea. Mu. TORIES' WEATHERCOCK POLICY IS EXPOSED (Continued from Front Pago.} The Conservative stand Mvallng with tJio A. iinil 0, Vf. mat- he called upon IIJH hoareiu to wit- ness tho Bpectnclo of li. Uennett chnrtorJiii; a spoollll train during thu A. and 0. W. In ordi'r tliut Ira was tho chairman Intro- duced Mr. Marshall, tho Kllllos pluy- a selection au LI romliidor of puet occasions. The .MiiilfUer of Agriculture was in might got to Edmonton, after the Rood voice, and made oiw of the best Ularko railway company had boon'speeches heard campaign, shown up In Its.true light by Liberal Uig picture of the weathercock poll- members in a LI bora? loKlslature, to Ucs of the Conservative leader in the jdvlsu thy gownmioiiL (0 do just what province it revelation to the a mil- tbo Sifton administration fa doing now jcce, and speech was based IB, .setting aside the agreement on such facts nothing but shreds re- Utogcther. And yot .Mr. Btjimett Injniained of the Conservative platform. 'Hu ujicuch In another part of the city Hi fact, they' have no platform so far rould probably at that saim? minute ,'iis anyone 1mb boon able to find out )c censuring the stand of tlie Sifton in this campaign. They .simply con- govcrnmeiu In ,tMs mutter. Such tent themselves with slanderous at- :naiifilns of front luis characterlxed lacks upon the administration, but Conservative campaign right from wtion cornered, are unable (o tell the ne start, and the people have awak-jwieclors what kind of government the ued to the fact. people should have. They simply can D. H. Elton Speaks not see an-v in Liberal, After a stirring selection by the Kil- aml Ict iL aL LIiat' jues, and a Scotch song by Mr. Mellon- what tbtiv s, which w-sfre received with loud j D. H.' Elton look ihc p'al- J form, Stnd in a very forcible speech EDDY'S FIRE PAILS R. Know to he untrue. Hon. .Air. Marshall ih'sii procet-de' to go into the details of tlic progress- 01 the works in the different depart incuts of the government, showing the Policy to be Progressive and to meet tue needs of iCJoscd the cuttlefish hypocrisy by. which some of the bigoted opposition endeavoring to catch votes in this campaign. Thefcarnesln'3ss of the audience had :ll1is growing Western province. Dur- "______'m_______ impressed him, he said, showing that, IUS tllc campaign not a word of Intel- werp righteous cniHG, "gent criticism has beeir offered to B. Bennett and he be! raved'they still wanted gov-jail-v one of the departments, so they ;'Jaid 1lmt in his Judgment this cam- eminent by the people and for to IK all right, except that they palgn was a most Important one principle of Liberalism ever'ai'c in the bands of the Liberals. "The There was in-everybody sense of Ulo-v had wrest'od Ulp lair play, but bad' nevoi shown it iu their treatment of Mr. Hiuiltiiin. The men who had exchang- ed ttve control of the natural resources tor a yearly revenue wer'3. traitors TO the cause. In the days Of tlie Territory they had de- jinanded ihe same but agreed to the exchange' when installed (if Edmonton jiuid now a day of reckoning had come. fe'w -of the Conservatives wont sponsible government, from tbe Fain- position of the party in this province. 'I'he mistake of the admin- istration bad been made known by tbe Uberals themselves, and they bad stiown such confidence in Hon. A. L. ssifton as to put him Use goVernment 'of the province. RMey and the Mandate Regarding the Tory election cry members of the opposition sat in the last session of the legislature, and in six hours every tabled by fremier Siftou's.government was vot- ed without, a single word of criticism from the opposition benches. Not a charge of misappropriation of funds in any department was made, and yet jtnrougli the province "advocating ths; that Mr. Sifton has .110 mandate from Keeping of the resources but their the people' to occupy the position he voices fell on (leaf ears.- Tbe mes- does, he .went ovfcr the history Qt the: jsagc went to Ottawa that Alberta, KIley bye-election, when Mr. Riley, Oi lit tlic head -up before the public {now and belittle the government, j wnose actions they endorsed-less than I a year ago. The Conservative Weathercock In language: he '.told of, Air. MIchener's stand in the A. and G. AV. Uteal. When tbe Wooli amendment of "TPHIS is the "IDEAL" Accident-proof Crib, designed for baby's comfort and safety and mother's convenience and freedom from worry, Ends and tides are hljh (o prevent the baby climbing out. and the aplndlei are together to that baby caqnoc Set Its head between them. side loweri to make" the, crib an annei to bed when detlred. "IDEAL" Cribs are made in a number of attractive patterna and various all strong, durable and without dangerous sharp corneri or rough edites. Tlie "IDEAL" guarantee label the gen- uine. Sold by most atorea. you for Book No. IM IDEAL BEDDING CS. MONTREAL -'TORONTO WINNIPCO PROVINCES PRODUCING SHINGLES Tho production ot shingles Increas- s steadily 'In Canada and In a bulle- SCRIPTURE In to be published by the Forestry Isaiah 15 The.'burden of Afoab. Because In the night. Ar of Moan is laid waste- Branch of the DcuartiMmt. of tiie'iii- alld to silence: because in the erior Una ,hown together with "'Bht Kir of is 'vaste and He relative imixirtance of the to sillence; aces for 1910. Compared with tho I Canadian lumber cut, the entire shin- IV) amounted to less than tlie charter came 'before the house, he He is gone up to BajHh, and to IHbon, the high places, to Moab shall howl over Nebo, and over e of each of the five most nn" 'iledeba: on all their heads shall be ortant white pine, every beard cut off. j Douglas fir, hemlock and cedar, during! In. thteir streets they shall gird were beaten but they were not an ture, and' congested hLs seat to test tbe Ifd lMl> nihllated. "I can point the finger pf [reeling of the of the scorn at the man who asks Sifton to ask for the, control of the natural re- sources. You have put in power nvon ou Mr. SI Eton's premiero, That election-was the real test, and .Mr. Ililay was left at the post, the pre- I B. BENNETT VICIOUSLY "'hat they repjid-1 mlership of Mr. Si.ffyu being endorsed. 1 "KtwiVilllrV Olr I (JIM (m showed iieyqnMqnlit that they rraourcss on (here sat wanted 51r. when on-the (Corit.'nuod 'rom' Front Page.) tie natural resources which the Con- have, always held, and that, that the provlncu should have imtrol over them. Sonifv say that lie Liberals believe in this; som'3 that they, do not. We hold en- ugh without touching coal to 'ay an interest of and we 're only gelling a'revcmio' the government at Ottawa'. The liscrepaiicy -in the house at ISdmou- on in which there are only three 'nnservatrves is due to machine- nade politics. 'He was not hero for reasons given by lion. C. R. ntchell, who gave as his reasons for kpealtins at Lethhriuge that his ter- "itory had been invnried by him at a Tovions bye-election. Jlr, Mitciiell the prqvinc-o came into being Kiitherl'ord was made premier. lie appointed n ministry and appealed to ilie peopie. rr the LI bora Is are cor- rect that th'e Sifton government fs not the same, lie would nsk'by what right it had to he in power if the people did not put. them there. Sifton, is responsible 'for Rutherford and he' sits through tfca grace of Hnlyea anil Ottawa. In the people were urg- ed to support Mr. Rutherford for many reasons, amongst others for a railway policy, and eight or -ten months afterwards he was called names by his own party. The gov- ernment had instituted a railway tax vith which he was in accord but hud ihicrlmiaaied between railways. The u Sirton in the cab'Inct, but when it j oench, was known as one of tlie brain- cams to voting on it, he? rest justices in Canada, and who, since tor it, stilt believing that (he com- pany was -trustworthy. Mr. Micuener opposed It on general, principles or no principles, probably because it was introduced by the Liberals. Clark was given s'aven months in which to U'lO. Considered separately, .the 'themselves, with sackcloth: on the snins't production assumes consider-, 'ops of their houses and in tlleir able Importance especially in British streets, everyone shall howl, weeping Columbia. This province is far in i abundantly. advance of the eastern, provinces as And Heshbon shall cry, and Elea- a shingle producer and niarte up ap-'leb: their shall be heard.even pimirnately half of Canadian i910 tmlo Jahaz: tlierefore the armed Sol- lie had gone to fill" a posi-tion on tho ae became.head ofj the.government of no claim to thai territory of Jied- 'ucbt of the province had accumulated Hat at -the time for he was not !i3n representing it. Me did not take my part in tliat bye-election, nor did :e suggest to any man that he should from expendiUire mad'a without the mandate of the peop'ie. In the rail: way was no protection for municipalities nench. The men who made the province! what Jlr. gain regarding tlie natural resources j Hiley wanted him to do, "tear the A. tlid so.beoaiiBO Latirier was a power. G. W. contract to pi'oces." Mr., it he bad asked them to change into i Sifton has said that: he will follow fn reriectio monlieys I hey would have done 'so.'the main tbe Rutherford railway momlier of the legislature. The sovennnent at Edmonton had joy, which was hai'ied with delight nt "'e Investigation: propounded a railway policy. They all, factions made public. He hns Ilovei' lo railke in guaranteed, the. .bonds of, these' rail- j His Is -the broad policy, to open up'any way 'lis Promise, according to ways iii a minutes, and'as a l'3-'in'e country bv giving lo the farmer tlle Woolf amendment; be lias default- suit ho had expected 'to gaze at ter- j railway facilities, good road-3 for easy jetl sllolv" he ls bona fide. miuals of the C. N. and 0. T. P. at j transportation, and establishing a Kov Jl1'- 5'icheirar has the temerity cnlgary and Lethhridge. "Arthur ha-o good system of rural telephones. equal jtjle from Bncl1 ot Ulese provinces. Nlnety- For the waters of Nimriin shall be desolate; for the buy Is withered a railway policy." He is not telling you what It is. He has a frame up; Referring to the threat of the Con- servatives .Air. ttordon will not it is a grand new policy which is go-1 turn.over the natural resources of the ing t0 the country. What lias province to the government of the pro Sifton done in carrying out the rail- j vince, he stated that, it was an ins.ult way policy of the Rutherford govern-j to any intelligent.voter. The people inent? He has done nothing. He nave said that they want tlie Sifton said that I kept the railway out'of I administration. They have put Mr. L'alga ry. is the same old gold norden in power with provincial con- no cy MthrTrirnmen there U'e tro1 of pone} 01 uio eminent tneic ote for Arr. Huckvaie. He was not land no control over routes. With re- ore a'; hcing at the general lection and did not want to inako iis pc'stinortom, for no one in this ow country could afford to look over is shoulder. W. C. lyes jNoweti and referred to the fact that I.-D legirtla-fion in the books I the province up -fo the present me went those of the old Territoi'Ja'i (jvcrnmciit under Mr. Hnultaln. When yard to the natural resources, uoivlen would not go back on Mr. _ K.utherford administration when the aeu will not make hiaiself out a liar platform and Air. Micheiv3i' has lo stand on a puhlic urge that the government of Alberta snotild go to -Mr. Clark and try to get Dim to build the road by amend ing Hie contract. He opposed this very en ing. Now he supports it. How can ne justify his present position? Conservatives Endorse Debt Speaking of the liialiur of the debt ol" the province, he said that to the eigth per cent, of the total production ivas in the above four provinces, al-tliough shingles are made in every province of tbe Dominion. Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward island, Alberta and jManitoba. tofiBth-er produced two per cent, of the total. The average price of shingles in 1S10 U.SO per thousand, the values ranging from tor shingles in Nova Scotia to 52.27 In thing. Connelly, aged 45, of Ningara Falls, who openitcd n photo gallery a 1. Hanlan's Point summer, was taken suddenly ill in Hamilton, and diod Thomas TarK'nu, of Bietohvflle, was terribly crushed under a grain separator and his corulihioa ii critical. conservatives, at this to be a terrible thing. itage, it seems Thy provnclal government was a-3kod abo.uf. the the sake of the insinuations ,of is eight millions. Calgary and and a slight flush came overia Pew of his irresponsible henchmen eitico only, have much la tlie faces of this splendid aggregate in this province. Mr. KKon's speech' would have to he people wanted the promise, but lie shown that the control by their -electing a Conserva- tive government, which had always Had it as a program. With regard to Air. Siffoil's attitude towards the nat- ural resources he had no right to iii- iroduot: a policy without consulting the people in a general election. AUCTION SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 At 2 P. M., :il lOI) lib St. South (Sinitli St.) just behind the Hudson's May Stores. W. L. Instructed by Mrs. Morris who is leaving Ihe city I will sell the following without reserve. 6 bedB, springs mat Dressers and slamls. Exf. table. Chairs. Centre tables. Kit.chcn Coucb. Cut. Kitchen tiupbuard. Curtains ;uid j Cbuiii. 20 rolls of tur jmrer. TERMS CASH. 1 6-liolc rnnge, McLlenry. 2 healers. 1 washing machine. Dishes. Kitchen ntensiI-5. Quantity of }3noka. About HO, young, pullets. 1 plow. 1 scraper. 1 jack. Several other nrtfclei. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 of stat-asnien. The grouj) of Ameri- can promoters who were so dear to heart of Kuthorford came very near to him in the end. The commis- sion appointed lo enqlre into tlie A. and G. W. doal co.uld not come to a [Hiding as the Messrs. Clarke had disappeared, "In the valley of hu- miliation an old man was struggling wdile Sifton was .waiting- to save the province, no, the party, t to why Sifton was waiting for the As to the credit given lo him tor a right, decision given by him in la great case, be simply guessed right. With regard to the money obtained iirom the sale of the A. and 0. W, Donds. it was paid into tlic'bank. It co.iihl be only paid out. for ten mile E'cctlons of work done. Sifton said: "1 I'iud the finances of'the Rutherford' administration very bad. 1 need mon- ey for the province." So he came lo the conclusion -that, he cou'id have the rafrjy bristled with epigrams, and was followed by prolonged applause. The Minister of Agriculture .After a rousing 'joiijj entitled "Hail, ser debts each. But if the councils of 1 tnese cities wera to sit bach1 and re- luse to borrow a cent to develop their cities by public improvements, they would be put out of power fast as pos- sible. They are building their for posterity, and tlrtjy think those to come should pay their portion of the coat. Tlie tAme is being done in the province, and not, ;i word of censure was lieaixl until a few weeks ago when th'a Tories began easting about for overnment. U'hy did not the opposition mention tiie matter when ihe debts were be- ing contracted. They never said a word. When Premier Sifton brought resolution for the borrowing o! HIS SUCCESS DEPENDS ON HiSJBLTH Gin Pills Guard Both of being stricken down by illness j excuses to oppose the at a lonely all alone, in the great north woods! Many limes, this has happened to ihosc hardy pioneers who "blazed the trail" to new fields. Mr. James is one of these brave men who is making a name and a fortune for himself in the far West. Unfortunately, jtnree million dollars for further p.ub- Mr. James overtaxed liis strength-and j Mc improvements last spring the op- far a time, it looked us if he would have to give up bis claims und his work. nevci; ttvcn cliviflml f lie f Hut now they arc money not nay hank. The bank H has the iiuuiey in t e o a vne trust. They (hire nut. pay il fcocmise A suffered like many oihcS it. in n trust, fund, until the privy conn-, in this country from Bacliache and Weak cit so. .Mr. Sifton is ctiiieavoring Kidneys, sometimes lo the extent of 1 Monro, B. C. tho question. "I have much pleasure in testifying ready 'Jo go out into 'be aw1 to Gin Pills have done' for me. I Dy and endeavor to catch vote: divide the year about equally, working pendent on botfly fitness for a hvine to make [ho province a of bond ClartoV, money xvas" taken to he could not, Imild the road. "1 Clarke but pmHsh the govern who did busings with him. Tii-gre an agitation in to have our constitution amended, that n contract ciinnot he repudiated by tl'.te govern in ent. This would mean fur- tliev trouble, Sifton would not treat wild the Clarkes beca.usa ho said -they Had not acted right. "I want to afk jyon what all this Sifton, tfc'e wise man, the .Mones, not lead you Into tho promised land. The writing; in on (.he I am con- vinced that the province nppcied the control of its rtiionn'afl and will pro- mise to get them, but II is of (.lie first, I imiiorinnce that there should be men in power with consciences, and not! iiypocriles." being bid of for va-cks altogether. Having tried many remedies, I have pleasure in that your Gin Pills are the from which I have received :iuy pcrmaiicnl I had been using Pills only a short time when (lie p.iin and trouble left me and have not returned since. I take c.irc to always have Gin Pills by me, though my present coudiiiou not require mc'Iicine, have recommended Gin Pilh to other incu with similar results." J. EDWARD JAMES Gin Pills have proved a friend in need to thousands of those suffering from Kid- ney mid IIladder 7'roubles, Lame Back and Rheumatism, mid tlic Constipation and Biliousness that usually accompany these diseases. So great is oiir confidence in the merit! ny tei'ilng Ihe neople about this le nbie provinrial n'-bt. The money neing used'for tlie betterment of t.ti coml lions of the of Albert: and no sane progrpfslve man will 'ihtiir policy in tins The.v nre tryfnir to club people intn s.ubmit ting to Tory rulo. but KO long Pre- mier Sifton adheres to his democratic principles which have marked his ;id- mln'Btraiion so for, thorb little to fear who will hold tho of er. The penpln of I-c-thbridge sire Rf? ing to show their of eovcrnmont at U.B first opportunity, and that will he when they elect Mr Slicphnrd :w Uicir member on Tues- day next. After another song by Jlr. .lamieson, by the filnjjiiig of "God Save the three rousing chfjera were pivon for the enncliiinto Premifir sn'ton, innktiiK a filling cliimix for of Gin Pills that we let you try them be- i the host meeting CUM-'held In North fore buying the regular 60c. boxes at i Letlibrldge. your dealer's. the National Dnig .-_________________ fcClieni.Co. I.imitcdDcpt. A.D.jToronlo, I and you will receive a sample bw, 1 in .luuJy tree, tuuii 10 iMontieul district this year. you will readily that it lias cjyry good point that you ought to have at your service for real work, month in, and month out. Before you order a new range, go to the nearest McClary agent and ask him to show you why a Sask-AHa excels from your point of view. Write f6r a'Sask-Alta teUs all about it. Address the nearest branch arys Foroato, Mtmtreal, WiontMa, Viacouw, St. John, 5.B, Harailtoo, >SaJe by Co." ;