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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September. Ifi, THfi LKTIIHIUDGF DAILY We have been appointed agents .for Lctli- I) ridge and district The Security Trust Co. PageS. Limited OF CALGAKY This company has unlimited J'umls to loan and lifts nn Advisory Botircl in this city, so dial loans can be out through with vcrv little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents ECHOES OF THE GREAT KINOALLY AT FERNIE A. I. Fisher Showed Goodeve up on the. Taylor Bayonet Letter Affair-King's Plain Talk on a Plain Issue Greatly Appreciated LOOKTJIISLT Lois ;J4 and 35. Block .DuiT Addition, iicnr QiieL'ii Victoria I'iirk. on wntur and sewer, at 8JU5U the pair. Terms. V GIBBONS CO. (Special to The Herald.) KonilivSept. IK niasF mcoliiit; hold in tho est of Dr. .f. H. King, of Cranbrook, who is running for member of the House of ('oinmons, as ;i supporter oi reciprocity, last nighl, a brier tnlc- njport ol which was sniit out thin morning. a moss- xiKiiificim 7iimt.tioi> of a cniiipiilKii which, u] tho part of Dr. Klnp and bis porUsrs, has been vvagfid, not liuliiiciil lines, as such lines arc us- filially followed, but, an ecu- __ noinUt ipioHtion, wliu'lt should IMJ kupt jtiee from till party issue's. Dr. Khitf him. at all his mpclliiBB, diistiinl in "lull put of .and llic Pnwiicr lor tli tempt they won; nialti .bill." "lake (he Itrrncl jho bis mo jlltlon and effac.i attitude. At the Unit; tin- Conxion nuseliiiK which (nllowurl rloHi-Iy ;ifter that of Mr. Oooiluvr. .Mr. KJslir Hansard. Kljowod tiiai. jovo bad not glvm all the proceedings. and had BoHclcesPd r'. ;.'n; ;HS to make It appear thiit Sir Wilfrid I and his .Mln.ptrr of Labor' actually bcnii guilty uf donijir- dealing with tli? hin. Taylor Bayonet Affair iday nlghi." upon ilu- o. second visil, Mr. Coodevt maintained llmt there can in? no party j istv'o justly niiscil upon UiiKf jof his procity proposition, ami his hour's (too It up (he same nnitror. it! '.all; lo the people of Kcrnlc lust i'n tho same way, onrlntvorcil ID (night vfus, as ho put it, an anneal lo ibolainr .uji his position by tho! jtlic people of this town not as l.ih- i Taylor bayonet loiter aiT.-iir into the! [anils, Consfirviitives or Socialists, but discussion, an he hud citizens of a city interests- showed a Idler lie had uTiiirn to the j worn coinnion arid wntild 1-fdger, in which ho had tcld j led -by adaption of tl.-j trade pact, for editor that he the full I which he ciood unequivoi-ally. 'I'here WH'I an entire absence anything lilio I flower im'Ecntatkir.s by liltle .Hansard report bearing upon this ill' for confirmation oi his slille- Circle Waterp THE JAMES STEWART MFC For Sale by-Hick-Sclil Hardware Co. FOB SALE dcsiniMe 7 .roomed, fully modern That, most ijiuigalow, slandinir'on lols No. St. Soutli (Wcstin'inster price Terms a.rrarigpd. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE HEiRLOCK LETHBRlDGE (ho former ilc-5 1 trade Candida lowed that .Mr. ttoodeva for tbe purpose of crcaljns effect, j sent tbe full report, of the JThc sifilu ot tiiat enormous throng ofjliigs as given in MuiiKmi, and human fucc-j Uirned to rtie, all 'wearing expressions of Itee who lf.nov; noUiins of tin; significance1 j of such stiiiionu prompted by older poo- inir yet hold in .this city. This was tmforlimaiely for the rcptrict-! owltlK ta !htf Mr. I Goodnvi a" examination i, Mo had not: tiiulei-took. rh-o iilglit before. Mr. Fbher hy sn-ecring in all tiiat .went, on, was an inspiring one, which put the speakers ai their I KiRlyai-, alnid apj: I froth the miners in Uir hail, from the full :i the Labor Riii WE HAVE JUST LISTED ONE OF THE BEST BUILT HOUSES NORTH OF THE TRACK ON TERMS ANYONE CAN HANDLE., forced to sell as he leaves for the Old Co.uritry in due Ow; month. House was b.uilt by an architect fo live in. cash; balancj to suit. Nortli rLetlibridge Realty Co. 2 lots each. on C'linrlcs Terms. Si..- walcr ood terms. Block L60, X.-City, the [lair; Wilkie Kerr Insurance, and Coal HULL BLOCK, Next. A.R. A I. Offices. night, be received Hir? tion accorded any ir.-.'ii VOKNALE 7 roomed Fully modern furnished house on 12th Street A. Cavanagh Ave. Price cash will handle. Apply N. B. PEAT CO. and Insurance Lethbridge Financial, Real Estate Macdonald Block Do you want to Sell Your Land? I have clients with money who want good buys Bring in your listings at once W. R. DOBBIN, Agent for Av-ry Machine Co. Lethbridge, Alia 310 7th Street best. No Sensationalism Tho oiitElandiiig feature of Hie can- didate's speech was the entire ab- sence of anything which partook of [sensationalism, 'or of the ordinary of the trained politician, ao fully deve'tipcd by such stump orators j candidate fuvi a! as were upon Uic same platform the -sistance to jjo hack ic I night before, when every (rick i laboring men here. V.'to the political speaker was brought into play in an effort to create- en- thusiasm upon a question whicli ihwilcl be tree of any hind of frothj scutinifiUuliEin. i A Remarkable Effect Tbe proof .of the .wisdom of the course adopted by Dr. King, as oppos- ed-to that oi. the opposition speakers, came 'in a most remarkable way, when, at the close (if the most effect- ual as well as the largest meeting ev- er held in the Pass in political cam- paign, that portion of the audience which had hitherto held aloof from iany expressions which would indicate' I which way lay ils I boldly forth with .unmistakable de- I .clarations favoring tho trade pact, purely upon economic grounds, upon which men of any and all political per- suasions could unite, regardless of professed principles upon political matters. Standing firmly upon the single is- sue, which, by" tbe way, was forced upon the government by the opposi- tion through studied methods of ob-; si ruction, Or. King refused to he drawn into any discussion of Hide is- sues; KO doing', in a most un- pretentious man he accomplish- ed mere in that, one hour of plain talk ihr.n flowery-tong.uc'd orators had i acconi'plishcri in wacks of oratorical j efforls, to convince the people of the district that a proposition which pro posed fo widen their market for vvhat 1 they hail lo sell, ami to reduce taxa- tion what, ihey hr.d 10 buy, was ti diiiigeroiis thing for 10 do. Fisher's Vindication During Uic time math- necessary for Kins .M. A. Macdor.rJd to ex- change phiccH, !o the overflow meeting, which had lo be hastily ar- ranged after tbe asembling of so un- iexpectedly large an audience, A. I. Kisher spoke from tl -j Grand The- nlrc platform, ;1ust vacated by tho pop-j ular Kootenay candidate, for twenty which lime he pletely demolished any chance Mr. Gooileve may have previously had ;of receiving any considnnvble Kuppoti 'front Hie laboring porfion of llic com- munity. This feature of last night's pro- ceedings should bo of much interest to working men throughout the whole country. In as- much as it relates to a matter which, has been most brax- enly misrepresented to them from-the beginning of the campaign. Urought into the discussion, without rhyme or reason, purely to divert attention [from tho single issue involved, It was turned inlo a boomerang which has boomed the boomer out of the fight. At. the first Goodcvo meeting here: two weeks ago. ihnt, gentleman under-' took, by iRftding some garbled ex- tracts from Hansard, lo prove t.hnt the Dominion government, through the I of1 LalKtr, had endeavored to rob the Vervllln pitrln-hour bill, I m earn re brought, in by that member us a representative of la-bor, of ev- ery essential featuro, (iftor It had been fliibmilted to tile different labor or- ganizations throughout the country for their endorsement. Nobody who heard Mr, CJooileve up- on that occasion can forget, the stage iii.til.udo ho assumed as he condemned the perfidy of the Minister of Labor f of hoth inrl tl" Taylor Ictlor ihcidont showing alraly tliiit .Mr. Uoodei'.' had nol clone ;is ho iiruinlepd under his publislicd sianatnrc In District Lcdgar. j Fisher's EIIUCI anti ih. ILS wei'j nn-1 Conservative: i ;ui effoi't in he was I assisted by 'bolh I'roini-Cir MeBride land Hon. W. Ii.. Keys. j U'hi.''3 not agreeing with jn-. Kislier liolitically, the miners here holm him ;in high esteem, ami have learned to lit-2 him.because nf his fighting uro- elivities. He snrceo.'ivd in convinc- ing liis hearers ,that Onodevc's -jtate- nients were entirely miscalling, n fact which, should b'> given as wide publicity as possih'le. The Conservative Flop of as- M. A. of f'ranorook, Ottawa from who hr.v. aoconipanied Dr. throtifihotit the -cntir-o Kontenay dis- Whcn Jlr. Fisher ronn spank hist j trlc'l, apc'aliing l.wo and three times ova-j a day, is one of the most aecompNsll- at any meet-'-'d public yritaUcrs in the provinoe. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE INSTALLED IN THEIR ,VAULT A NEST OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IF YOU HAVE ANY- TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURAfiCEJOLICIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BZ LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES Uthbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Mgr. OF CANADA Capilpi, Krct End Ucaividrd Prniils Use Our Bank Money Orders tlic next Viine 3-011 send n. small sum to any point in Canncln, or to any large city Ihc United Stales. They cost as folloivs SS anil unricr 3c. S10 to SSfl !0c. lo .fie. lo S.iO ISc. tib this low cosl convenience ;vitb absolute safely. l-'or larger sums use our Drafts. f.'aln Office cor. Round riedpath R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy E. W. Luckhardt, Manager. Carriages and Waggons Made to Order liupairijig and a Specially Scientific Horse Shoeing and General Repairing Expert workmanship in all departments. Gall and sec us. The Economical Carriage Shop GEO. BLUNT. REAR DALLAS HOTEL G, GOWAN. 1 A striking: feature of bis last night's address was tte completeness with which lin allowed that reciproc- ity bad been not only the professed, but tte officially enacted policy of the Conservative parly since JS79 down to last .January, when the two Canadian commissioners returned to Ottawa from Washington with the completed agreement nlong lines laid flown by Sir John A. .Macdonald, and at Inched' to legislative acts, so that at any time that the United Suites desired, an agreement b-5 red into without any appeal to the country. The remainder of Mr. Macdonald-j address was devoted to tbe trade pact, and he was accorded bo closest attention and loudly ch'ecred at the close. The record meeting of the Kooten- district came to a dcsc at a very late hour, the canrtidafc and tiie oth- er speakers being cheered tn tire the assembly rose to go home. Notes of the Big Rally The audience was in. complete ac- cord with tbe speakers, a mark-ad difference 'from tho spirit shown the nigbt when even Uiw Prn- mf-cr of tbe province W-.IR made of (be st.rotig feeling of dis- sent existing among his hearars. The Cranhrook delegation, which arrived in 9 special coacb went home dcligbltfd with tlie way the Ferni'3 people turned out to cheer their pop- ular and twice elcct'od !i'cprc- sunt.Ml.iv-3 in the local house. -Mr, ..1. W. Uobinson, of "1 imiSL admit, that it was the, great- est meeuiig ever h'eld in th'3 Koo- lemiys." Mr. M. A. Macdonald: "Though we hiiv-l -become accustomed to warm re- ceptions and hearty .support.....from u-a HIL'3 expected it, ii, lias remained Tor Fernic ils the grandest recoplion that, it has been fortune to have participated in during r.h-a whole Hincrary." "Th-.? marked difference In treat- ment given us labor men by the two j old jiarti'.js could not escape the no- i'ticn of fba dullest Gary. i "This magnificent meeting and its j spirit leaves no doubt in ihe minds i of !he t'ranbrook boys as to whn will receive i.L'j most, votes on the "1st. Cranbr-iokers will stir to keep -ahead of you.' Small. A lending Conservative, who always votes straight: "it was the chillies meeting 1 ever and tbe reporter agreed wilh birn. looking Ht'it from tlio point, of view of the man who is -.111x10115 that Goodeva sliouiil he elected. An old-tinw Liberal: "Send the word to Bilcbanan and Van Those fallows are making a winning fight; but. ob you .1. L, Gates: "When you are talk- ing about a proposition, it. pays lo talk business. Mr. Goodeve is an orator and a politician. Dr. King is neither, hut IIP tlon'l try to fool people with political clap-ir-ap thcr-a is business lo talk ab- out." -John Gray: "The boys are all wear- ing smile that won't come off to- day." MIX-UP IN THUNDER BAY AND RAINY RIVER Ottawa, Sept. olllcial in- timation of I lie postponed election in Thundor Hay antl 'Rainy River has" reached tin- rlerk of the crown In Chancery. Mr. Koley telegraphed to MIR rnliirning officer at Port Arthur today for Information. Under the j act. the raturning officer is empow- j orcd lo defer an election where de- lays through unforeseen circumstan- ces would" not permit, tlic lime between tho posting of proclam- ations and the voting. The lists for Halny River reached here a little later In this election than in thn lust, -but, iiiyt of -all iho mi organized dip.trlcta. J W. M. GERMAN GETS ONLY. ACCLAMATION, Ottawa, Sept. re- 1-nrn of the election of AV. M. German in AVelland roncbei tile cl-srk of the crown in clmncBry today. Mr. Gentian is thus the only member of the twelfth Parliament elect- ed by acclamation. Grain Insurance Grain and Eleva- tor Insurance written at current ratei For full