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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LI T. H H I 0 I _ AX T ItPTEMHA M, UN. PAOC THRU SLANDER IN MACKENZIE'S Conservatives Pirsng the Same Tactics As They Did Years Ago THE HEpLA it, Western S Heating Co P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 Place Your Orders for OWING JUS. FRAME i ....WITH.... Guaranteed IPHONE 289 (Si- Wilfrid Laurier at Niagara Falls) Now Conservatives Have chang- ed their tactics. They no longer at- {tack our platform, and speak of the j danger and injuries that would re- sult if that platform were adopted They have changed their they have changed their song, and now they attack not the platform, bu those who made the platform, that Get on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted f Siding Mettllk before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload, of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.JB goods in stock is, they attack me and my fellow- Mjr thai we have been of corruption, and if that be the friptipfgfff accept it in its en- I go further let tow say this: that.I am familiar with the tactics, such .tactics as and I am too old bird t-j bv taken in by them. I know- aoin tojiig of the his- tory of, trie Conservative party, and when you them appealing to country honi-st government, I know that it is a chapter ia a very old The Conservative party is famous for much preaching and for poor performing. Mo Charges "Let me go wtcp further. We are charged with having been cor- rupt. ..What--.are'the charges? When have they been-made? In a session of eight duration, which was drawn to a close a frw weeks ago, was there any-charge made against the government such as was made against the. Conservative government in the days ot. tin: Pacific scandal Taber leaders. Now their charge you need BLACK Underwear. Stanfield't LABEL is that we have deserted the Liberal principles and have failed to apply our policy. Now, sir, this is, it must :be admitted, a very strange reproach in the mouth of the C onservative pajfry, of the .Conservative organs, and the Conservative press men. If it were true, as al- leged, that we had failed to apply the principles there might be some attention paid to, them. But this'is hot their language. I could under- stand that language in the mouth of if it we-re true, that Liberals would say it, but for the Conservative party 16. make that re- HE'S IWUFKTUIIKE WKW Office and Factory Cir HUH Nd UMNI JTIBETJ Telephone 153 YtftSwthSt HOW MUCH IS THERE Buy your.Ltmtor froa the South Alberta Lumber Co. Lid. and save 15 to" 20 per cent on the" cost of your House, Barn or Granary t I Coal, Ice and PRAYING rn Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral PKON E beyond reproach, Mr. Justice to carry out the in- vestigation. (Applause.) OUR LETTER BOX. 1 Herald not responsible for the sentiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise publication will lie refused. Could V Do No More "Sir, could we' do anythin more? home of Miss Emilie Waste, their j Conservative party, and I have read Lumber Co. Ltd. --Corner Westminster Ford jBtSoittoftlitBlisoalill PW22S P.O. 654 organist to bid her farewell on the eve. of her departure for Lelhbridge, where she .intends to form a class-in Vocal and Instrumental Music. A fine programme of songs, rectitations etc. was given, and at the close of the Rev. S. E. Gosling, tlfe Minister, on behalf of the con- gregation, tendered to Miss Waste a purse of money as a slight token of their regard for her and. their ap- preciation of sendees-rendered. BAD FOR STEAMSHIPS -Montreal, Sept. curtain of fog and smoke which has settled 9own on' the St. Lawrence for the last' four" days 22 ocean liners being either anchored or moving-'extremely slowly between Montreal and Quebec inward and outward bound. In" addition to these there, are a number of smaller crafts. The cost to the shipping companies is a considerable item. it everyday for thirty years. Charles If. had some good points, and I may say that perhaps I have some good points .also. Charles II. had nbr children, and that perhaps is an- other .point of comparison, brother was heir, who became James II., and who had not the good point that Charles had. One day James told his brother, that he had heard A WARNING TO THE DOCTOR .Frank, Sept: of Lille who was recenUy debarred from practicing iii Alberta by the college of physicians and sur- geons, Inspector Belcher 'in police -Jcouit on a charge -of prac- ticing without-a license. Dr. Bech- tel testiued that he has not prac- ticed for pay .sines being debarred and only attended some cases grat- uitously where.the patients specially, desired him. He "was discharged with a warning that he .must not practice at all. bad that had had come to received him; notice that there was a plot to assassinate the King. Charles simply tapped his brother on the shoulder and said: "They" will never kill me to make y.m King.' I have this But I you I am not sur- prised it. I have told of Alexander-Xfackienxie. He had strug- gles in his own'life, and today he is extolled to and properly so, as a heritage Canadian people; and we are all "proud of his honor, his sterling, integrity, acknowledged by all Canadians, whether- Libera' or Reformers, you old'Liberals, know was in the Says of Mackenzie. These tears because the party today is no in the hands of such a man as he was, and I may ask you old Liberals you old how. was -Mac kenzie treated, when in .life in office? Was he treated better than we are today? No. Is it not a fact, on the contrary, that he, an honest man, was accused himself of .all sorts of acts Tactics of Early Days "In the election of 1878, do you re- member how at the atmos- phere was thick with th'e cry of cor- rupt-ion, and they are endeavoring to make it thick present occa- sion. 'Steel rails' and 'Hotel Neeb- ing.' Such were the cries at .the time when they .charged Alexander Mackenzie with having rails in order to secure an undue commission for his brother, and. having. A. R. I. NOT TO BLAME The Editor Qerald, Dear the James Palmer etter in your issue of the 23rd: Tha facts: A car shortage. Palmer with many others wanting cars. R. I. bringing their cars irom other roads, would not promise Palmer day certain for his cars when he applied there on the 22nd inst. Mr. Palmer" left the matter with me and returned to his home. At six o'clock ih the evening, at my home, Mr. Kevin phoned me saying that he could send two cars to Wilson's -Sid- ing, on the' next morning's train for CHURCH AT BELLEVUE S'jpt. is to have a church and at once. It is to be. of the Methodist denomination and will bo on the institutional plan, .similar to the Presbyterian church at Coleman. The West Canadian Collieries has donated a lot for the purpose, 50 by 100 feet in size. The building is to be frame and will be j 24 by 50 feef, in dimensions. NAVY FOR AUSTRALIA Melbourne, Sept. British admiralty has given its general ap- proval to the scheme of the Austral- ian Commonwealth for the formation of a fleet of six torpedo boat des- troyers, nine submarines and two depot ships as a nucleus of au Aus- tralian navy. THE: Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch out your lights at any hour of the day or night. Electric Wiring As installed by us gives the greatest power aud lightest metre bills Electric Supplies Of-good quality in stock at close prices. McKENZIE ROY U Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St., Lethbridge, Alta. Phort 294 to say, that there is not an old Lib- eral who- will take the powers away from, me: and my friends George P. Graham and to give it to the hands of R. L. Borden, or Gee. E. Foster. (Cheers.) -But, this is not sufficient. Let- us go a step further. It is said in the.pres- snt campaign by Borden and Foster, that this is campaign for clean politics: If that is to be the issue, I accept it in its entirely. (Cheers.) dishonorably in connection with the sal2 of the hotel Neebing.'' Now I told you at the commencement that I had been a constant reader; of the Mail and .Empire for 30 years. I would quote from an article which was pub- lished at one time in the Mail. It is this: 'The history of four years of incompetence and. the revelations of corruption and jobbery which grew as public criticism poked into 'rings' of Gritdom have thrown doubt into the most faithful of the ranks, and no wonder. The bully who shows Palmer. I advised Palmer by messenger on the following morning, to be on-hand at the'siding to secure his cars, which he did by placing his own pad- locks upon them. An extra effort was made by the management of the A. R. and I. to se- cure thes.e cars for Palmer, as his was a crop of flax and would no' stand the weather, as would whea when it had to be piled up to awai This action of the Company speak for itself as against the charges made on this score by Palmer.. As to short spur temporarily placed five miles out, and used by .Mr. Naismith (with four cars) Mr. Haugen, Mr. Sherd and others, I think about 25 cars were taken off that spur, which was allowed to re- main there until the nearby fields were threshed out. This spur was maintained at a considerable cost to the company as no switch was placed, and a section crew had to be on hand to break the track each time a car was placed or taken out. It'was a" great con- venience to those itj greatly facilitating the immediate marketing of the nearby crops. Mr. Palmer's farm is as convenient to tho siding at Wilson as it would have been to this spur had it "remained. I make these statements on my own motion, as in fairness I do not feel that the Palmer letter should BAKERY! Is now located in the building vacated by I The Merchants Bank i; Round Street j> I Phone 181 Or order from a Driver if you want the The Job Department Best BREAD and PASTRY SCHWEITZER BROS., Proprietors Commercial GURNET-OXFORD Canadian Range This new oven fear lure makes this range a wonderful bread baker YO U who have worried about an unevenly heated have had cakes and bread burned to a cinder cm one side while the other was will be glad to hear of this new steel range that is really new. The front of the oven in a Gurney- Oxford Canadian Range is as hot as the heat is evenly distributed throughout This is done by the new Oxford Division flue. The pld styte flue drew the heat of the fire to the back of the oven making that the' hot- test part. This new flue divides the heat and forces half of it to go over the front of the oven keeping, it at an even temperature throughout. Besides this great feature, the Oxford Rftnffdk Canadian is fitted with the new Gurney- muggei JVangV Oxford reversible grate, thatburnsevety GURNET-OXFORD particle of coal, gets all the heat out of it. You can keep this range goingjall the winter, for the grate has interlocking teeth: which when operated cuts all the dead ashes from the bottom of the fire making it as bright and hot as if newly lighted. The grate can be changed from coal to wood burning in a minute without the use of tools or disturbing the linings. The fire linings arc heavy, and may be removed without disturbing the top of the range. This range is built of the finest planished steel-blue finish steel. HigK SO extrm. You should see this Gurney-Oxford Canadian write us for full particulars. The Ourney Standard Metal Company, Limited at low moo of the special and improremeotj of highest riiHP than any other ofc tW BMTkci. Tbe Oxford Ecmnibk grate. Tbe bevvy, camty-rentdTcd fin The erenly heated detachable copper rsKrrotr, BwiH of flat, palcnt lereried lifted with asbestos. Price Hlgk 97.5O Call aad me this Gurncy-Oxford or for booklet. Calgary, he white feather is not more a re- iulsive object than a political hy- >ocrite who betrays the purity, and utrages every principle he profes- cd. No honest reformer can review he past five years without feelings indignation and contempt.' "That was published not this year, but thirty years ago, and, although no names are mentioned, yet it was go unchallenged by onu who knows the facts. GEORGE M. HATCH. John Rerlnioml says Home Rule is coining quick but cannot say just when. Is Irisli enough for you? July 29, 1873, tho Mail published an article which road this way: 'Why nre the Reformers dissatis- fied? Because Mackenzie has de- C'ived them. Ho was going to be a in everything, but he las been bad in many instances and good none; because he is mani- festly incapable of governing the country with wisdom and prudence.' Do you see any difference in the language used thirty years ftgo anil tho language of today? Using the Same Language "I say that take the Mail and other Conservative papers today and they are telling you old Liberals the same tale that they told the old Liberals at that time. Then it was the old Liberals of Baldwin. Now it is the old Mackenzie Reformers that they arc appealing to in the same words. This shows, I believe, what is at base of these accusations which are hurled in the press at what I be- 7iSj'f %X government. The Germans are szid to b> mak- ing a new kind of bread of wheat or rye, for which the grain goes through a process similar to mailing. It is said to have a delicate flavor, and by reason of the process more easily di- gested. The ssme is true of which is sometimes called bread. brewing of The Leth- bridge Brewing and Malting Com- pany'i Pride" converts the barley into a delicious food drink that besides containing a high ce'htage of nourishment, is an aid to That we are best And beat the rest Is now expressed By those who test OUR NEW CAFE Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS TELEPHONE 106 Picture Framing digestion CREAM Driib Frait ad frdcdMBery "BUDD" REE.D Successor to G. TV. H. Keed eod-O Phone 211 The Boston Lunch The City's Popular Qrack Lunch Counter Open Day and Night. Only White Help. Lunches put up for Outing Parties 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road I Vt W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER i DIII lira Short Order Ectwm Meals CARROLL DOYLE ;