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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE WEEKLY HERALD MOC THREE '.H. SHERMAN TO RUN IN Seems Quite Certain That He Will Be Nominated By Socialists m Calgu-ry, Sept. Saturday next the Socialists of the dis. of Calgary will meet in solenm conclave anil select a candidate to contest the riding in the coming Do- minion election. The meeting has been called and pf it does not seem to. be for the pur. M pose of deciding whether or not a candidate shall be, put in the field but gjjr rather upon what candidate shall be i selected. Iff Only one man has been mentioned H very prominently and that is Frank BOVPJL renovates the blood and builds up muscle and nerve. I- is gooa for athletes and ood for all. HOME; FOR AGED AND ORPHANS Rev. Father Lacombe 'Necessity for Such an Institution the '.1J li, S3SZ32SSJ BRICK FOR mm H LETHBR1BG! Rev. Father Lacombe, the oldest of the pioneer missionaries of Western Canada is again actively interested iu a new work for the benefit of his fellowmeri. This time the venerable priest has a project under way look- ing to the establishment of a home for widows and orphans. He- will {give up the remainder of his life to this work and is appealing for fi- nancial assistance, Father Lacombe spent Wednesday and Thursday in the city the guest of P. L. Naismith. A representative CN.R. IS NOW HEADING FOR CALGARY President Mackenzie Refers To Goose Lake Extension AMES'ADDRESS DISSECTED His Absolute Misrepresentations Pointed Out in a Most Effective Article in an Independent Weekly Calgary, Sept. >r Cahrarv and h are heading to get here in (Edmonton In opening his address Mr. Ames referred to the extent of our timber th resources. "The he declared, "has permitted the major of these to pass from the mostly into the hands of speculators" This is a statement that has bten made over arid over again, but it is altogether incorrect. It may be true, as Mr. Ames alleg. that timber limits secured from .'overnmem have deal my re tan In the twelve years since Sir Wilfrid Laurier it lias sold 6500 miles oJ worth a was paid for We do not see how this could ........'11 b> avoided. We knew of i i cases large prices nave Dff-n paid for timber which proved of lit- tle or no value. is bound to be a-1 vleuif-nt of chance in all such In estimating whether f the Herald passed .a pleasant half j the not very distant future, but how j into power hour in his company listening to h Uiles o: life in the early days and to report of the superintendent, of for. cstry for 1903. We find theie an MADE FOB SERVICE IN THE ROUGHEST WEATHER AND GUARANTEED POMMEL SUCKERS This trade mcrk and the word TOWER on the buttons distin- guish this high rode slicker froo the JUST cs good" the unfolding of his plans to establish is j we will gel into the city when we do j timber lands. Is this the major j Loi build to its limits is a question that tion'of our Look up _ f A vJL The. contracts for .supplying lumber and other building nia- i a refuge for the unfortunate. j Few men understand the evolution I oi the a.s Father Lacombe does. And now since has has known the I country since he is well quai- i.-: ii'.t so easily answ -red" was the statement made yesterday by Win. Mackenzie, president, of tin- Canadian Northern Railway. Mr. Mackenzie with a. party of ,tirnato made by Mr. Stewait, whom j Mr. Ames quoted in' support of some j of his other statements, that the am- j _'." ount of merchantable timber on Do. to understand its needs. Natur-j jEnglish capitalists, arrived from the j minion lands is square miles. Sherman of Fernie who has been in a -number of contests iu the province 'jjjj.oi' Alberta. He is not a resident of P'the riding but it is estimated that he j terial. to be purchased by "the re-jajjy imjjan anj the half breed i north yesterday afternoon in his'The proportion sold in twelve years lief committee have been awarded -iavc a warm ju his large heart, i private car and left on the delayed is thus not very large. In the same- arid given to local firms, with ihri j However, the'prospective home is j train for Vancouver. report it is estimated that timber j exception of the brick, which w.s t-or prople only. No doubt many When asked in regard to the in-i land can be cut over once every twen. j secured by a Lethbridge firm. The Elk j wjj} rc.member how through Father i tcntious of his company in regard jty years. If we are to tru office box in Winnipeg. But Mr. Burrows in his place in Parliament, and others in the witness box at the sessions of the public accounts coin. public "has suffered unduly, we rnittee, complete information re. general estimate. Wr, garding it. The members include Sir 6500 square miles Daniel McMillan, lieutenant governor of Manitoba and Mr. while Mr. R. R. Patterson, who signs its tlius disposed of is very letters is its The first- page iiiu- as in thy of of the report of the secretary of state the averag'.' for 1903 .the same information ceived for sixteen years past is regarding the company as it did about per square, mile. The comparison; every other company incorporated does not indicate, that the public has j in that year. Mr. Burrows stated the i government average square was received. suffered undulv. .object of the organization i a Parlia- some respects the system, was jmeilt- II intended to erect a pulp undoubtedly open to severe criticism j mil1 at Edmonton. To keep this sup- probably the stron brought- out. man trial H Mr. Sherman will be in the city Saturclfiy in connection with a conference of lawyers representing the labor interests regarding the recent decision of Mr. Justice Stuart, that the miners1 union in Strathcona had local standing and were not in aj 'imposition to recover damages from the SJ mine owners-there. Lumber company secured the Lacornbe's influence with Sir John A. j to railway to Calgary, the j Stewart's figures, it surely do tract for the lumber and J.D.Quail's i alacdonald and Lord and Lady Aber- j president said with a smile, "Oh, we j look as if there were much danger of and Co.'s tenders for the hardware wefe accepted. Th'i Fernie club has decided ha was establish .'ind! will reach Calgary just ns soon as j our timber resources becoming ex. j successfully conduct a colony and j possible. On our Goose Lake exteh- school at St. Paul's which unfortun- j sion from Saskatoon, we have al- build at once and plans for their lately was burned two years ago. I ready fifty miles graded and over 30 quarters are' being prepared, and T- js interesting indeed to hear Ol track laici anci we hope to when finished it will be one of the ou wil1 see hausted, if we do not dispose of a j larger proportion of them in the fu- ture than we have in the last twelve for sale. But the practice was the under both governments. One decided that till a paper mill established in this city, it Co. the lot at the corner of Cos street j best. and Victoria avenue. The price paid was seven thousand dollars. It is the intention of the bank to erect a handsome, building immediately. But this would of course, no justification for giving away 6500 square miles. Mr. Ames de- nounced in strong terms the wasteful and unreasonable system under which with Calgary as an objective point they had been administered. But of tin- last limits oid bv the Con. would not be wise to OR vdth the s-rvative government Plj1'3 mil1- So ior thc'. meantime it Mackenzie and Man-i in February I has been abandoned. What is there 18S3, iu which case only fourteen j a31 to justify the manner days were given for sending in ten. iin whicb the name of tllis organiza- j tion has been bandied about? We regret that we have not the Mr. Ames spoke of the advertising of intended sales that was j done. "In addition the newspaper space at our disposal to consider the details of Mr. Aine's speech more MR. DUNLOP REMOVED John Dunlop, who has held the po. j been The need for the establishment of J a home has -impressed itself upon j Father Laoo'mbe for some time. Ha i feels that while everywhere is heard wonderful stories of success and gen- eral advancement there are sad ia- dividual cases where adversity has and are gradually getting closer. j what he did not tell his audience was j notices, a few he said, "were that the system he was denouncing sent to privileged friends." _This is who have been searching for, -T- _ _ __ CdlO, sition of government immigration of- ficer between Macleod and interna.; tional boundary line for the past two wg who are has >lp them. Father Lacombe is aware that the through churches, j since Friday', found him. Rod-1 American is 70 years of age and was j" ft employed for ten years in the PhiL Itadelphia postcffice, entering the Cu- 'iKban services from that city at the time of the first American interven- tion. of AWFUL FIRE NEAR TOKIO Tokio, Sept. from the city of Niagnut ill iV-e Jchigo i province eighteen miles northwest of I' this city, tell of a fire which occurred Kingsgate Herald. been transferred to the i Canadian public de Mr. Dunlop will now i councils and societies have tried in he territory between! wavs to help the ?pokane.-Lcthbridge Hoover the work on the mines, rail- way construction and industrial en- terprises have caused many deaths and thrown many widows and or- phans upon charity. The few orphanages in. the province are in able to meet the need. There is not sufficient room even for BAYNE MUST TAND HIS TRIAL OTHER MEN, OTHER MANNERS (Montreal Herald) Are a Liberal and a Conservative who equally benefit by crooked wcirk at elections equally tobe blamed cmiaren, wmie tnere is no place equally to be punished in this co-an_; for the homeless or helpless old peo- Colchester, N. S. Distri- butor of Rum and Money was not adopted by his government But simply continued over from that which preceded it. The regulations quite incorrect. Anyone by forward- ing his name to the department could closely. The subject is vastly iin_ I portant and one. that the public j should have the most complete in_ i formation in regard to. But we think receive all notices oi such sales. that we have said enough to" :sh'ow that Mr. Ames' address was not at all that were in force when the transac. But what the. Saturday News coa. j -air to ljpon whom the admiB_ tions described by Mr. Ames teok siders the crowning offence of Mr. I istration of thfs part of our domain place were, in all important respects j Ames' address was the fact that he i hag in recept, years devolved, the same as those which were-adopt.! did not tell his audience that this! ed by the Conservative government in 1339. He mentioned but one change. Mr. Sifton he declared, had taken out the clause which made optional with the government at the end oi every year the right to cut timber system which he was denouncing was j abandoned by the present minister of the interior before he commenced j his present campaign. Provision has been made by the government for preliminary investigation and survey j on-'a limit that had been purchased, j before the limits are put up for sale, Mr. Sifton verv rully this j for" the holding of sales by auction change in his speech" in the House of Commons debate. It was pure- ly a formal clause as any one can see. Who would want to pay a big price and for the compulsory establishment of mills. This surely has a very im- portant bearing on the discussion. One would think that Mr. Ames was for a timber limit believing that at i making a trip throughout the coun- By no means. yesterday in which be punished; the Conservative is! be a Magistrate Rowe convened the court houses were destroyed by the .flames many prominent tion with the Colchester election rev.; plans the end of the first year Uie i- try for the purpose of stirring up ment might cancel his right to cut [.public opinion to force the reforms timber there. It was generally un_jthat he suggests, from the govern. derstood among the Canadian lum. i ment. Why the government decided bermen that the clause would not be i on making these changes was stated enforced. But when American lum_ by Hon. Mr. Oliver at considerable bermen that the clause would not be length in the House of Commons on. enforced. But when American lum- j February 4 last. Even supposing elation. province and they have approved the j idson said he had no connection what- LAIRD TAKES "ACTrON Regina, Sask., Sept. writ was issued this morning by H. W. Laird against Walter Scott, premier of oas- katchewan for 'twenty-five thousand dollars for alleged libel. This fol- p lows upon the criminal action taken jcase> forae T 4 0 i J the police court at Toronto, who For the same reason he leels hei by Mr. Laird against Scott during the _t i ,_ nature ot What has happened in the Col. j same. Chester case is in a line with what Therefore he feels he can appeal to in the'on Hjcss have conie west "oor men case. Long after the time of election j and have made a fortune through ever with the matter whereupon the j Magistrate stated that he was not entitled to be heard as the court had I met for one purpose only and he tvvo years the Alberta I'or stealing some 'articles froin i Regina store. His companions allowed to go on suspended'sentenc-jr by the magistrate, that he took some 'The boy ;stiitcs goods from tuc store of the McCarthy Supply and his father took him to the police station as soon as he became aware of the occurrence, and he was sen- tenced to two years imprisonment. Hvith the convicts from all. ports oi" the west, in the Alberta penitentiary. N.B. MEMBER SKIPPEDOUT St. John, N. B., Sept. on information supplied by W. Mal- colm Mackay, the largest lumber merchant in Eastern Canada, Weldou McLean today applied for a -writ under the Absconding Debtors Act against W. B. Dickinson, M .L. A. for Albert county. It is alleged that the M. L. A. forged contracts, failed to deliver goods and that he left a trail of debts and the country. It is eaid that he left town Monday. One report states that liabilities reach Dickinson was elected as a supporter of the local government in March last. OLD-TIME RANCHER KILLED AT NANTON Na.nton, Sept. many of Malcolm McDennid will be shocked to hear of his sudden death. He vras hitching a team of horses to a mow- er yesterday, when it is supposed they run away, dragging the mower over him. He was found unconscious and lived for only a couple of hours, Mr. McDermid was an old time ran- cher of the Nanton district, having been here for nearly twenty years, and was held in thc highest esteem bv all who knew -him. ter often learn that a cheque for a Certain amount has been accepted at a bank and are thus in a position to know how high or low a tender is Mr. Burrowa showed from the de- partmental records how men like J. R. Booth, of Ottawa, the biggest lum- berman in Canada, against whom >no suspicion has ever been directed, and many others similarly situated, resorted to this practice. Comment has also been made on the closeness of different tenders. But other instances were brot.ght to the attention of the House last win- ter where the tendering was even closer than in the cases towards which Mr. Ames directs Suspicion. Mr. Burrows, in his reply to Mr. Ames in May took up his charges one by one. Before the statements made by thc latter on Wednesday night are accepted unreservedly, the very com- plete defence put in by the accused j Snoop's Cough Remedy. It calms the member on that occasion should be read. Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly lo'osen when using Dr.Shoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so thoroughly harmless, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else, "even for very young babies. The whole- some green leave? and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub giv? the curative property to Dr. A great deal of attention was given to the Imperial Pulp Company by Mr. Ames, described it as a mys- terious corporation, living in a post cough, and heals the sensitive bron- chial membranes. No opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or suppress. Demand DT-, Shoop's. Accept no other. Sold by J, J. Johnston. ;