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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta rtortssioNAL CAW OfUt 114 tedptth 01 t ftjt to Printing waiai W. A. MJCH Ot- one dtttwno. The pMtiuf oI'Mi AH Act) to aid in the prevention well m _ WirAttia all connected with public util- ities, and requiring f.hmt tm iuvecti- latioa shall take before a strike or lockout ill such de- clared. Since the ol Act settlements .were arrived at without strikes in 38 out of 40. Daily, lam Uulj. feliverad MI thutt. Hereto, O but be by Lit bf nut M M oid addraaa The FACING BOTH WAYS c-ndidite at Medicine Hat said he would oppose Mr. Borden: if he attempted to inter- fere with the Bobbins Irrigation con- tract. (6) The of an Act to re- strict the importation and employ- ment of aliens. (7) The pawing of au.act to iinoiifrants beiuf induced by fraud- ulent representations to come to Can- ada; as a consequence of representa- tions from the a similar law was enacted in the Imperial Parliament to prevtuL emigranU from Great Britain being induced b> fraudulent representations to come to Canada. (8) The passing of an Act for the protection of workmen engaged or public work. (9) The placing of a prohibitive tax Mr. Borden, Mr. Ames and prac- Of on Chinese labor; this for tically every Conservative orator, go around the Dominion, terming this deal a scandal- and promising the people that these lands will be re- turned to the people. It is true, Mr. Borden did not talk this way of the Robins irrigation proposition at Med- icine Hat nor of the Saskatchewan Valley Land Co. at Saskatoon, be- cause he was afraid he might offend the voters at, those places, who know these deals to be perfectly straight and in the best interests of the coun- try. Sirs Wilfrid Laurier goes into the lion's den of the Manufacturers' Association, and tells them frankly that he does not favor'increasing the -duties on woollens, but Mr. Borden when he goes to Saskatoon and Med- icine Hat is not, honest enough to repeat the statements he makes in Eastern Canada. If a thing is wrong at Toronto it is wrong at Medicine Hat, but Mr. Borden, aiming to be a politician, instead of a statesman, "is all things to all people." The Bobbins irrigation contract is sound and a credit to the Liberal govern- ment. It will develop a vast tract of country, enabling settlers to go in upon the laud, and produce crops, nuiklng the- country richer and the population larger. Mr. Borden knows that to be true, when he is at -Medicine Hat, but when he is in the East he tries- to get votes the other way by condemning the deal as crooked. But as to the position of the Con- servative candidate in. this matter, At Medicine Hat he he would oppose Mr. Borden if-he attempted to interfere with the Robbins irri- gation contract. At Magrath, according to a report in his personal organ, he said "He would east- hJs vote against R. L... Bor- den and party if they failed in their promise of .restitution of the public domain." At Medicine Hat he is against Mr. Borden and restitution, in the case of the Robbins Irrigation Co., and at Magrath he is against Mr. Borden if he does not carry out the policy of restitution. the protection of Canadian labor. (10) Legislation for the prevention of accidents on railways. (10) The appointment of importan Labor Commissions to investigate matters of immediate concern example, ihe Commission to enquire into the conditions unde wliieh the Bell Telephone Company' employees were obliged to work, an That bhrewd Scotchman ,J. A. Mac- editor of-the Toronto put J. 8. editor of Toronto News and former editor ol Jie Globe in a tight box. Roblin aays the Glebe sold out to the jovernment at the time of the Crow's Neat deal. Macdonald the proof is in WilligonY and if the lat- ter aays the charge true he louaia) will quit the Globe. If Wil- ;ison the charge U troe be oses his reputation aud position in journalism. If he it, then Premier up the fool in the play. Ufibtt Amonf .the financial frienda of Henry Ward Beecher was an old broker ja New Unitarian, which sect he often said bore "the trade mark of honesty." One dly he met Mr. Beecher hur- rying toward WalK Street feny to the downpour of a fodden rain 'Take my brok- 'T don't need it; tbi coming bus OM TRACK TODAY tatie? Ca.lt! torn ti r 1 New Location 1 But Same which resulted in a reduction o takes me to my hpurs and other improvements. (12) The conclusion of Vn arrange1-" m nt with Japan of the limitation to a number to Canada of emigrants" from that country to Can- met ada, and reducing Japanese immi- gration to nominal figures. (13) An arrangement effected with the British Government for a prac- tical cessation ol immigration from India. Only the other day Sir Wilfrid Laurier announced that die Liberals, if returned to power, would create a portfolio of labor thus giving a place in the cabinet to a minister, of labor and again uplifting labor in the pub- lic life of the country. The labor man does not get every- thing he asks for, but if he looks al fairly and squarely, he cannot but admit that the Libera goveemment has treated him as wel as any pthei class in the country. .___ ady, a prominent- church worker (jf 1 i sister church, who, having no, um- brella, was lamenting her inability ;o reach her car safely. The urbane preacher forced the umbrella upon 'ier as he said: will be out, your way tomorrow and will call and get it." But the great expounder of truth j.nd honesty was horrified when, -up- on opening the umbrella, the good sister at discovered a pasted slip upon which was written in a bold hand: "Stolen by some Presbyterian thief I" Low Prices F. German Between Sage's and Roy's OUR POINT OF VIEW A great preacher, a great leader and a great Canadian is the venerable Dr. Carman, the head of Church in Canada. Lethbridge was honored by having him as its guest over Sundav. Could the City .Council not arrange to have the road from the river ex- tended so that it would keep to the north of the track as far as "West- minster Road, enabling- the fanners ith grain to reach the elevators and mills without having to cross all the racks at Gait St. It is a matter orth seriously considering. The following conversation is re- -'ported as having" taken pla'ce in an editor's room: "May I ask sir, why in blazes you Jidn't print my "Certainly you may. In the first place, it was altogether too long; in the second place it was badly writ- ten; ia the third place, it established no conclusions; in the place it was libellous; in the fifth place it was written on both sides of the "Then yea'found no merit in "I far as Jo say that. Aside from the trifling draw- backs. I have mentioned, it seemed to be all right." WHAT HAS BORDEN DONE In his address-at the Young Liberal Club rally on Saturday evening Mr. Simmons asked: "What has Mr. Borden promi-ed to do in the way of legislation for the laboring classes. Have you read or heard him say one word in any of his speeches in favor of legislation of any kind for the labor The most fervent admirer and ad- vocate ol Mr. Borden cannot answer that question in a manner satisfac- tory to the labor classes. Mr. Bor tea and his lieutenants neglect to treat labor legislation seriously. They men- tion it not upon the platform. They cannot point to a record of labor ;r- gislation framed and adopted by C' nservative government in the pis and they do not place in their pint fonn one single plank that a man can look to as a measure ful to his cause. The. interests o bhor are not worthy Df attention bj the party that is trying to reach at the present Let us look at the Liberal record All the. labor legislation of import, that has b-en passed in Can emanated i-vni the Liberal ty and all of it, has put into effect since Sir Wilfrid Lnur came into no ver "By their Hi yc shall kno-v Labor was vited in vy.-.s ot the I being given a dt partment, -r. Practically at every t-t the working has been o- duced as a government measure and adopted. We do not claim that this legislation is free from criticism. It may not and is not. all that the laboring man desired but it must bo admitted that, tho Liberal govern- ment lias been doing its utnir-st to serve the: interests of this class, while 'thf Conservative government during the eighteen yrars it- was in control of affairs practically f-ncourag- nl the working classes. It js_ worth while mentioning again of tho labor legislation passed hy the Lfinrior government, sinco (1) Tho. abolition of tho sweating system in connection with Govorn- rnent contracts. (2) Thr estaWishmont of a Depart- ment of Labor. (3) publication ni a monthly zeltc-." (4) Tlic adoption of a fair wages TJo you want to keep Lethbridge growing? Then Laurier in REAL- ESTATE BARGAINS 1-4 Block A, Hig- inbotham Addition, corner Dryden and Torranee, for Lot 7, Block 8, cor. of McBeth'and Bail- mile Ward >School Lot 3, Block A, with good 5 roomed house between Smith and Round Sts, only half mile from postoffice Lot on Wcstmin- ster X mile from Central of-Buttdivisioa into 10'full sized lots half of Acre Lot 4, Block 7, cor. of Me- beth and Bailey 'Sts., for Lots-, in Block 15 Duff mile from postoffice. This Block Jac- es on Crabb St., each Blidls Aii I afwod before Leavutf write a biurt uau true aUtenteat ol iacta, JT-Uiive to thin oountry to najr 1 to do thia Uiroofh your paper, i.left Bepiamber 1, and landed in St. Paul on tbe Sod, at 11 a.m. I went .out to Die State Fair which wad to be the beat ia United I think tiua report U about correct. I pulled iota Taber, September 4, over the Canad- ian Facific B.R. at 11 p.m. and oo the 5th, was driven over a fine larfe tract of land-and them karrest- inf'vheat, oats and flax, and aUo many threshers turniuf out a fiuf; yrade of spring and winter wheat. Taber'is a youuf trowing town of about population by a fine country, aud near the Belly; Biver (excuse its "name.) I suggest- ed they change the name to Billy Ri- ver, ia honor of Kr. Bryan as it is such a swift' runiier. .lowana called me said we were under King Edward, but I got them to consent to modify the name to Stomach River, whose banks are a hundred feet high, and immense veins of coal are cropping out all along and in many places they were taking out the coal. Jas. Hill, the railroad king owns acrea, and is now running ;a large coal shaft at Taber. The water in the Stomach river is 'clear, 'pure and good and, used by many towns, and is as good as Ill- inois river water. .One of our Iowa men bought a section of land that day._ When I landed in Taber a man .told me that there jwere 90 land in Taber that 'day. Lethbridge is 30 miles west of Tuber on the Crow's Nest branch of ,the Canadian Pacific railroad.: This is a splendid new town o'f and full of land "buyers from the States. I am rooming with another bunch of Iowa men who ownjandjiere.j0ne_ young man has two sections. This land does produce what they say it does, around Taber and Lethbridge _for I have seen the goods. Today (Sunday) no business at all 'is done here. So instead 'of going to Sunday School I walked out to see in some respects, the most derful railroad bridge (now building) in the world. It is very nearly one and a quarter miles long, and from the Belly River to the track rail is 307 feet high, 310 feet'high to the top of the steel plate side of the bridge, it is claimed ;no "bridge world Residence OB juid CoortUnd Sine! One-third down and bal- ance in one and two years at 8 per cent A Limited Number Only Ttet L town Ipq MM.C. R. Trained lor CM al MM. W. O, MAOAM MpffllAN pi produeUoa. ViaiU or pupib, prepara lory or advaaetd. Coadbittf ior.txama. H HAMILTON ft YOUNG BUck. K.C., O.C-U 8. IkUrUn B. C CONYBEARt Block. w. c. I S N A P 2 "in North Ward For These be sacrificed A'TONCE. Call today I i L J Barrlatw, Etc Ofleo: Southard Block. ADD I SON SON v 3il Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, Office and Residence Phone 102 B, POLF8ON ARCHITECT t Whitney "I don't object to Mr. Bordeti being supported by three Provincial Pre- miers with a fourth on the way, but remind you of what Sir Rich- ard .Cartwright said one day, 'Wolves lunt in packs, but the lion hunts (Cheers.) Sir John Macdon- ald used to hunt alone. Where is the ion of the Conservative party now? Where is young Roderick, whose" sig- nal blast brought forth a thousand men? Roderick is not to be found, the linn is dead, and all these var- ious howHngs of the .jvolvt-s do not carry one-tenth of the power of the roaring ot the Wilfrid Lau- rier at Strathrov. Ont. THE CONSERVATIVE INCONSIST- ENCY (Hon. Frank Oliver.) The Conservatives when in power had control" of all the lands in the country and .could deal them out to actual settlers or they might give them away to their favorites. "The said Mr. Oli- ver, "during their-term of office gave thirty-two million acres to the rail- wavs and but six million the set- the above on easy, T. E.-.PATTESON Room Block MACLEOD'S PAPER (High River j It is not often that two weekly "Who an- these purists asked Premier Laurier, at Strathrov, Ont., "who us that we bribe constitu- encies with a postoffice or an arm- ory? These purists do not try to bribe single constituencies, but go in for whole provinces. There is Mr. Foster, who went to Prince Edward Island and told the people he was ready to spend on a tun- nel." In similar scathing terms Sir Wilfrid condemned the attempt of Mr. R. L. Borden to bribe the Pro- vince of British Columbia by saying in the course of his western tour that that Province should have bet- ter terms. "That is what I call brib- ing tho declared Sir Wil- frid. "Sir says the Canadian Courier, "is a great Canadian, a man who would do honor to any civilized country and government in the world. His tour in English-speaking Ontario may be the last he will ever undertake, but to many thousands tier, r This is'the record of the party j newspapers of ,'ihe same town hold that now says the Liberal government; political views, but this has looted the public domain. (Ap-' js 50 in MacleodV The Advance has plause.) been a strong supporter of the Lib- "How much land, has the. Liberal. eral government {ever since it was Government to railways for started. The Maclebd Gazette Ws speculation? Not one acre! How run as a Conservative organ for many much land has the Liberal Govern- j years, but" it has apparently chang- ment given to bono fide settlers dur-j ed its political views .with its name, ing the twelve years it has been in! It is now 'known, as, the Chronicle, power? In to settlers ditions twenty-five milicwis of acres. If the Liberals have looted the pub- lic domain they have looted it to give it "to the settlers. The Conserva- tive Government not only gave thir- ty-two milion acres to the railways but they reserved beside half of all this great country in 1881 for the pur- pose of keeping it to be speculated in either by favored railway com- tlmt time it has given, and is a strong supporter of the pfes- :TPO nn Vinrnpafpad mn-'fint ffovprnmpnt Thf> ent government. The Conservatives of Macleod had better wake up. _ has so much' length and height "com- bined. This young city is modern, and one of the best for its age I ever saw. Tomorrow I 'go day to see" hur dreds of thousands of acres of rich lauds like that around Taber. On the 8th inst. I expect to go north about- one hundred miles and see Calgary and vicinity, and-learn of its possi- bilities, r "A" d ay or two later I jurill" start for home and take along some samples of the products of "Sunny Southern Alberta." I am told by many the climate here is fine. I saw at Taber large fine fat cattle that never had one grain of any kind, but run.out all the year round and feed on the, sweet nutritious native gras- ses. The agent told me last year, every month last- winter some of grass burned: off. The Chinook winds from ..the Pacific Ocean temper the cold, yet "'some- times it gets cold-here but it don't hurt .yem, the winters are not long, and much sunshine. They have had good rains here, but since I came the weather has beea fine, days warm and nights cool Markets are good arid you can buy anything here you can get in the States. The people here are very kind and accommodat- Teams Wanted At Once Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr aad W. C. PHONE 180 JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdon.ld Block, Rtdpath Strttt _ THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Clothes arid Plain Sewinf" 4t ArgyU Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., Q. R. A. Regular meeting night, the thin Thursday of each'- month in tht Masonic flail, P. 0. Block, at 8 pirn. Visiting- brethren will- always 'reeeivc a hearty wHieome. A.C.ME8SER. G.V.8TORKEY. W. M. Secretary, P. O." Box SJ7 AN IMPORTANT ISSUE (Winnipeg Free Press.) An American jnewspaper says that the .paramount" issue in the presiden- tial campaign thia years is: "We-uns want jobs. Resolved, that we try hard to get them." This is the paramount issue" in too. It panies or by favored friends of the is not calculated to arcuse much en- government. thusiasm. Tng, and the laws are strictly ob- served. Truly, W. G. PINE. J. Joo. A. Young HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS4 YOUNG SilcStaUcs W0k St. Meets 1st and 8nl- M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretliren are cordially invited. JDAVIES, wp 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Order <4 Foresters Victoria, B.C., Sept. rich find of good coal, with a seam eight feet in "has bf-en located as a result of at Deep Bay, Vancouver about three miles south of Union Bay, by tho Wellington Col- liery Company, of R. Dusmuirs Sons. The latest book of the season By MARIE CORELLi Let us place this range in your Kitchen and end your cocking worries Get rid of the fret of a sulky range waste of spoiling of ceaseless labor. Free yourself from the kitchen drudgery that goes with a poor ninge. Let us place a GURNEY-OXTORD in your kitchen and all your cooking worries end. The Gurncy -Oxford Golden Nugget Range is built of .dead fiat, patent levelled steel, andlincd with asbestos. U won't crack DOT it will last a life-time, The range is with asbestos millboard and rivrtted firmly so none of the heat can leak out, The Gurney-Oxford Golden Nugget_ Range is fitted with the Gurney- Oxford reversible grate the very This grate will save more fuel than" any other grate that's made. When you turn the handle the interlocking teeth of the grate cut off the dead ashes from the bottom of the fire, giving a clear draught and a quick, respon- sive fire. All the cosJ i? thoroughly burned to a fine, white ash there is absolutely no waste. The grate can be removed without removing a bolt or disturbing the linings. Wood burning grates arc supplied when required. The fire linings arc easily removed without disturbing the top of the That saves mone in rar.go. repairs. Price 523. IV HlgK CloMt S7.5O The Gurney Standard Metal Co., Limited This ranfe the Canmdtan contains the greatest improremcnt in oven heAtinr that hjw been prodsced. Instead of the being iJI carried to the hack of the oven. upecial floe divides it and Jorces hslf over the front of the oven. method rives perfectly even temperature aH over the oven. The ranee Is fitted with the Oxford reversible crate the bincnt coal ver yet produced. fhe Oxford Canadian is bnill of the finest plan- ished steel-blue finish steeU with asbestos lining. It is a runge xre would like to tel! you about, and you should know more about. HitfK CloiMJt Sft.5O GURNET-OXFORD Canitdlan Range FRK3H OYSTERS and SPRING CHICKENS at Watch the -new Bulletin Board for the menu for each meal Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. CoaWak Block. Short Orders at all i First-dass Cafe vricr Ictwtci Neils CARROLL DOYLE Meets in K. of P Hall last Thursday of month YititingrBreturen Welcome -vT F. ROGERS, CR A. NEIDIG, F.S. LETHBRIDGE nO. M C. B. P. O. E. on. the second of aach mopth at E. A. BHARMAN. U PRIEST, E. H. Secretary. Lodge Pride of. Alberta, No. 293. ta ktffit SKietj Meet in tbc of Pjtbia- Hall -y Inrt ami third Tburwiaj in at 8 Viniuog Lrrtlirem aJwmji wH Walter Apptobj, W. Pi 57. MOftTH-WCST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS in tbe Hall erevy and aad fourth Ifondayi in Emphyera oertifleated eti fineen, and ont of enptor- t, t-rid do well io ROBERT NEVIH. CblK. W. A. DICK8ON, ftecnUry! The Oxford Cafe been Remodelled Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor ;