Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
ay, Se 19, 1011. THE DAILY HERALD PlM fl BE. EARLY TODAY STARLAND EARLY TODAY FOR THE LAST TIME TOXJIGHT O'ER GRIM FIELDS SCARRED (Eeliarice) The big War DJnun'n. COMING ATTRACTIONS "White Slavu Traffic and Indian frontier Cele- Walter .Slock FIVE NIGHTS lo be invested i> Canadian mamitac- cd premier by imperial ukase on July 0 luring enterprises. The speaker wont 22, HOD, and stamped out the revo- I" on lo endorse tlio candidate's, opin-, tjlnt grown to ions regarding Hit: bonding ot the at the time ol his .in-1 trade routes southwards instead oH-unlntmcnL. eastward through Canada and Uic; stoivpln's life was attnmplcd Dominion transcontinental iiaul. A oi iam conclusion Mr. Dunlop asked the clec- lvas ,t home., minister escaped with the pcrsonul tors to keep in mind clement in tile election a man who by his ap general make-up was worthy presenting Uie Medicine Hat ifucncy. Ives' Usual Te.vt The concluding speech of Hit even- ing by Ivcs was well 'ordered lo suit the occasion. With mnnv 'sils'i'- Injuries, .but his fv.-o children H't-re wounded. As minister ot the til re- jnjfrinr preceding his premiership M. .sioiypjn' ciiinu into conllict with the illuma, and when he made his first I speech before (lint body he was greet- ed.with cries ol "murderer." The opposition begun against Stoly- Final Rally of Local Tories from Front Pago.) stan'l. .Speaking of nntur.11 resourc- es, Magra'Ah contended his policy was one of conservation and of provincial control, t-fa contrasted H. C. with control of its own resources, with Alberta .that reaps only in lieu of municipal control. Evidently opposed lo bribery, he heaped reproach on any party that would fish for suckers with its own taxes. The rural mall delivery sys- tem promised by the Liberal carr.e in for its fair share of disap- proval. The so-called gold brick in (lie present reciprocity issue references lo the Herald, the speaker wove a Ink- that was at once inter- esting and eloquent, -mixing up stifli- cient of wit with reciprocity to-keep the hearers in the hall. Ho paid a loving tribute to the personality of the Conservative candidate find told of his rapid rise from obscurity in a short term, lie Accused tbe Liberals of this constituency wilh enshrouding tlic Liberal candidate in the white robe of reciprocity, and making that the ntain issue. Some rather pitiable personalities were indulged in regard-- the Liberal candidate, the Liber- al press and the Liberal supporters of the pact. The Canadian naval re- ceived another censure as the speak- er drew attention to the fact that it was not so much what Canada or Britain thought of our navy as the manner in which the eyes of the vorld nations were looking askance pin last March when the upper cham- ber bavin? resigned his bill fronr the establishment of Zcimstov, or local government in the west province, the premier resigned. Ross Would Not Meet Fisher (Continued from Front Page.) lionsly lingered by the candidate in his remarks, and to his mind it was mpossihlc to see how the farmer was o obtain ten cents more for his wheat and more per head for his live stock, and yet the cost of living 'o the Canadian consumer be cheap- ened, lie warned the people against Ihe beef trusts that are crushing the United States farmer, and the pro- position which invites the Canadian agriculturist to link up with them. The time worn statements were worn still more threadbare in re- gard to the creation of newr channels of .commerce, the cheapening of lab- or in Canada, the protection of Can- jadian industries and the people whoso interests centre in these industries, ft 'II. S. saw fit to keep up their of tarill protection, until they could stand' why should not Canada keep her own market and get was cau- t. Following in the footsteps o hi You Should Tremble And Shudder an un scrupulous druggist offers 3-011 n substitute for DR. FOWLEE'S Extract of Wild Strawberry. If you are suddenly attacked by DYSENTERY, COLIC, CRAMPS OR PAINS IN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA. 'MORBUS. SUMMER COM- PLAINT, or any LOOSENESS OP THE BOWELS, do not, experiment with some now aud'untried remedy, but get one that has stood'tho teat of time. For 65 thin wonderftil medicine niiu nj t. 1-1.1. has DCBII used tliotmnd. of in also, now that people were demanding rrdc Thus it appears 'that no joint dis- cussion Is to take place to add snap and vim to the close of a campaign which lias awakened a lively inlcrest in the issue to be decided on Thurs- day. That ,nu one has a cinch upo9 tlic electors of- the district To Reduce Our Large Stock of Mclaughlin Carriages Democrats, Delivery Rigs We are making a special cut in prices from September 20th to the end of October. This discount applies to cash sales only Fish and Tudhope Wagons We have still a few of these standard Wagons left at Clearing Sale Prices. Call before they are all gone is apparent, I the speaker pointed even though Mr. Goodeve had a plur- ality oi 8311 three years ago. In .that contest there were three candidates, joodeve, Curtis and Davidson, Soci-i reasons, as he saw them, why the Tllc 'olal registration was, at that consumer would ultimately P-IV dear- ly for Ihc prosperity Of the producer, inasmuch as cheapened prices in food meant corresponding decreases in the prices paid to the producer for his farm products, and agrlciiltur.ll em-1 time, out of which votes were cast for the Ihree candidates. Of this'total, Goodeve received 3- 1.011, Curtis, Liberal, and Dav- idson, Socialist, Mr. Goodevc was in minority of harassment meant a corresponding votes, ns against the total cast. decrease in industrial welfare. This' time the registration Canada, and has given universal facHon. When you want a bottle of "Dr. inaist on baing girtn what you ask for, GS these no-Dame, 110- Then feeling that his Liberal friends a drop of 826. If had been disappointed because he had 'tion of-votes to registration not indulged in any flag-waving, I the same ratio on Thursday shows nropnr- holds speaker went on lo dig deeper the mystic depths of the pact, re- hearsing in accurate style the old, old story of favored nation treaties, manufacturing, pulpwoojl, labor, ter- minal elevators, Governmental own- ership and operation of railways, anil other ending up in a flag-waving' peroration on annexation, which, though he did not fear, be thought it wise to be wary concern as was will j shown three years ago, (here been about. fi.OflO voles cast. In this portion of I he riding there is no doubt about where practically all tile labor and socialist vote that i will be cast, wii! be found. It is al-1 so well known that many Conscrva-! tire voters are going lo ignore party! s is an Turkey Red Seed Wheat fust 200 bushels left. Price a bushel. Double cleaned in heavy sacks We will tent a portion or the whole of our cellar for storage or wholesale purposes. Dimensions 26'xlOO'; concrete walls 18" thick; floors 5" with 1" finish. Frost proof, elevator, etc. ta.....a ties, claiming, justly, that this ing II. ropuUUon pr.pir.tion. may b, t, I cus to vour health. extolled the Conservative ous'to your health. Mr. J. Castle. Totonka, writes j "JtHt ti word in faror of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry, which I used l-ist summer for Cramps in Stomach and Diarrhoea. I was Terj aick- for a week and not able to do anything until I purchased bottlfl of the above remedy, and aftor three or four doaM 1 was as woll ts ever." -The price is 35 oenta per bottle. SAO that tho name, The T. Milburn Co., the U. S. frU" I A- M- Ritdlic in the capacit After rehearsing the old story of ot chairman, ami at the close of' ti- the favored nation treaties, the speak- addresses, he together with his plat :rvative party in form mates, saw fit lo lead U, the Mouse for its being instalments dience in several well ordered in bringing this new election hcion Ihe voters of the Dominion, am showed forth its willingness to go io tlio rescue of its countrymen firs and attend to the business of the Mutt. MIU iiHiiiv, i lit; .L. jiiiiuuru vo., Limited, Toronto, Ont., appeara on tho for the five hundred niillioi lablc, as wd arc the manufacturers and proprietors of thu romedj. CHINESE CAVALRY AMBUSHED AND ROUTED Cluing China, Sapt. Advices from the Tsu Shau say that a Jctaoftmenl of cavalry, numbering aCO, which, left .Cheng Tu, had pro- Veedetl as far as the Lung Cbeni hills, jsvcre ambtished by the rovolutloniBts >nd routed. The survivors returned to Chong Tu. Nest day a stronger of cavalry left the benelged cltj' camo 'into collision witb the roh- kls. They forced their way through the rebels, and .opened the roads to Sliou, about fifty miles lo tho outh. Thejoyal troops are occupying Chan. ,Tbc buildings surround- _" Ing tho Yaman have been demolished ho sillmtlonjln the Sze Cliutui capital considered! more hopeful. slate, afterwards. "The address was ended by a plna lo the electors to give something lo .Britain in retun dollars in the worth of investment-placed Dominion. In a Lighter' Strain A. E. Dunlop was the speake and his ivitticisnis came as a decid- edly refreshing mixture to the heav- ier speech. He thought it was unfor- tunate that this reciprocity question should be decided on a party basis, and he was -glad to note 'there .were men leaving their'party'for its sup- Port.. In bis Judgment many of the so-called Conservative. I turn-overs fabricated, .mentioning ono or two, such as Christopher Colum- bus, but to .account for the hundreds of'more modern men on their party for support of the.issue that is bound to mean so.much, to them. W. S. .Fielding, one .of the Canadian ambassadors to Washington, was held up to the audience as a Scp.ira- tionist, and was quoted as saying that, unless Eastern Canada can give .reciprocity to Western Canada, Wes- tern Canada will cease to be a part of the Dominion. Yet this was the man who was more than willing lo lake the office of Finance Minister when that position was offered him by '.mirier. The man who. had cried out for the separation of Ihe Mari- time provinces from the rest of the Dominion was now holding a place of honor and responsibility in the House and -was the Canadian repre- sentative at Washinglon. Mr. Dunlop failed to sec where the present pact was likely to cheapen tlic contents ol the laboring man's breadbasket. The laboring man has nothing for sale but his labor, and that he cannot ship to tho States but will be forced fo remain at home or lake himself bodily into the Re- public, and compete wilh flic V. K. labor. If. was the national policy that a'li; Canada, and that caused four hundred million of Amc.iii.Mn cam'lal ho au- clieers for (he candidate, and the last public fight of the Conservative forces hat] been waged in the citv. TO TOUR THE WORLD IN AN AEROPLANE Paris, Sept. liammel, French aviator, intends making tour of the world In an 'aeroplane. The ocean lumps will be taken by steamer. Sfolypin is Murdered Martyr (Continued from Front Page.) nil has been said to have been ini- iiicd with Liberalism, hut was de'tcr- iiincri to put down the revolutionary novrmenU at any cost. Previous Attempts As governor of Saratov ho took inch steps against the Terrorists and .ilicrals alike, as when his life was Ucmiitcd in IflOa. He was appoiat- HYDE issue which their parly has always' stood for and which is unmistakably to bran-fit the whole country and es- pecially this part of it, and' they are going..lo mle for Dr. King upon ,the only grounds upon which that sen-! reciprocity and ticniim has asked for their support, j for Canada, tin If these conditions prevail-through- been working to, out the entire district, and there ii no reason lo doubt such conclusion it .is difficult to see where any P.--de-Box 112 Telephone 1244 progressive policy Conservatives have the Borden, Sifton, Bourassa combination, and it Is an I easy matter'to see to which an In- -j -om- telligent voter would rather give bla art can be Cleaned by Mr. Goodcvc's allegiance. He predicted a return to calm survey of Laurter with no small ma- jorlty, .but willi a larger majority than ever. Dr. Gnlbraith followed In a tew brief remarks In which he dealt with silppotters fro, probabilities. If a thousand Social- and work-inn men join the ranks the Conservatives who arc Kins, it don't look Jikc'fair-wea- ther for Mr. Goodeve on Thursday next. Liberals are Confident Of a Great Triumph 'rum Front Page.) a few phases of reciprocity issue which have baraly been touched. He remarked that this is the peoples' fight, and that they.were fighting for fi-eer nmrltcts, which in this young country is surely a: worthy cause. Oliver spoke of the tendency favor of the measure In tha conn- in the minds of of the farmers j as the days go by, and .1 D. Hisin- would be wined away, and them j liotbam exploded a fcw of the sophls- would not be a single absenting vote in any of the-country-.polln. In a ,wltty speech T. S. 'Mackenzie tol.d of the feeling among the tries -of the Tory spellbinders regard- ng mandate, annexation the rest of the combination. The aome- thing-for-notbing policy advocated i by the Contervitlvn given a era In favor of reciprocity. Thoy are rude jibe, and th. mention- not afraid ol, competition, but are willing (o invade the markets of other countries and take chances with the pbeBt. of them. All they aak is a chance to get into the tame and they can look after themselves. Dave King made one of his fight- ing s.neech-ea in which he took a ed the sentiment .which has been used against, the by its op- ponents all through the campaign. "This is loo tnofflentoui a question to allow 'any sentiment: to interfere with -your good judgment. it a straight buslnwt proposition intl ttecid'a it on its merits. If yon do tbrown.. broadcast 'Dy 'the tives In this campaign. Conserva- "They're Announcement We handle and carry In stock, in Winnipeg a full line of Ihe HIGH CLASS Hoisting Engines Hauling Engines Derrick Irons Etc. Etc. Manufactured by The American Hoist Derrick Co., ST. PAUL, MINN. Your enquiries will prompt attention. 700, MAIN ST. hey have gone into th nd soul. It is a "sign of the times" _a one of tire speakers last put It is simply a case of Ihe people titling forth their hands ant] InltinB that which ia thairs by right. 'This has 'been essentially a "peoples' a fight of tbe people against the rule of tlio money-ad interests and the peo- ple will win. As far as this constit- uency la concerned tbe prospects for a' Liberal victory ore brighter than -aver bttforo, and it would ,be nothin? in the nature of a surprise if Uucli- unan's majority reaches Everything is working in harmony in the Liberal camp. They have tire issue and they have the man. and they ir-e working as never before for ills election. They fe-sl that they have put up a ctean Tight, and theV are proud of their efforts. Nothing I I in tbe nature of n "rnnrbacli" has been sprung to mislead the vol-irs. Tho paramount hna 'been hand-' led-In a clear-cut manner which could not fail to convince the man of unbiased opinion that they are slncer-a In their efforts lo win this I election for the people. They fvcl j tbat they have ban n progressive policy which is in keeping with the j policy of tbe l.atirler and the Literal i party, to work for. and no dirty cam- pnign tactics hnvo .been Indulged In. j The rooms last night were packed j to _the doors wilh enthtiulnstic aup- I porters. S. J. president; of the Liberal association, nct-ad as chairman, and several short but.; pithy addresses were deliverftl by prominent Liberal Jn Ibe I clly. Mr. Shepherd In Ihe tijvealters look occa-jion to men- i tlon tbe fact Mint while (bo Liberal parly have been fighting for Laurlor. The farmers come to real- tbat this their, chanc-a to assert matter btnrt 1 themselves, and they are not slow in grasping the opportunity, lie thought that if. the campaign lasted a few more (jays the last vestige of doubt poke at the misleading statements' that there ta.only one answer, and 'that is to vote for.W. 'A Buchanan, the reciprocity standard bearar, on Thuraday, and record yotii- vote A few remarka along appro- priate Ilnys by Dr. Lovsring conclud- ed the most successful campaign meeting yet held In tho sity, and'the good results will he apparent :when beat; they know they're teat. Why w-hich he hail found overwhelm- j don't they aland tip and take their medicine like men without trying to turn the campaign into one.ot their usual line of muckraking fights." N. H. 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