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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta My A. vful aix delivend, Duly, three OM UMoto, delivered bj mail bf UtMc by miul IM I.TI M often de- bul both ocw and old M tor out were by them w vob- property at twice amount por acre a little over a year ago. OUI LETTEI BOX. WttPftlVf MWtN not rcapooaibM for exprceeed to thla col- All correapoadMkOt arcat by tba wriUr'a POINT OF VIEW The have" lost the "uierty widow" vote in Huron, Out., j otfcarwiae publication witl refuted. How. G. P., Graham offended awfully at a meeting in Clinton j when he said that it was a pleasure i-ro tjie Editor Daily HeraM: to meet the ladies at those gather-j fii "ou pleasw iaC8 because they have to be quiet followi .r would like the pub- vrhile they're there. Here, he added. tQ knOW whjch is WTKtAt re speech the women would haw to while at home it was. the nun who' had to do all the listening. THE CONSERVATIVE STYLE. In a recent speech, at Dauphin, Manitoba, Hon. Frank Oliver point- .ed out that those who attacked the government were particularly strong in the -charge ibat political influence had been ustKl to acquire limits from the government. They claim, that their policy is not only to veui- edy this, but also a policy of resti- tution of property-taken away at too low a price. They were entitled to enquire inio- the" fides of the said this, remarked Mr. who lived in this country 2. Coasen'ative re- gime know that there was nothing done in this country not subject to political pull. This was particularly true timber ifrom Mr. Simmons in Labor Hall on Saturday last. In his speech he stated that all the officials of the .A, U. and I. are going up and down thef line and ditches, telling tlie electors j to vote for Magrath and not for Sim- mons, because he is no good. When asked Mr. Simmons from the plat- In twelve years of Liberal rule the fftrflj tQ make good -nis charge- he wcport trade erf Canada aggregated could name Qne Mr T M. Evans. One person is not all the A Tory paper says "Arnaand vernge helps Mr. Borden" but add "to La- nt- over a billion dollars more than it would.have been had thev figures for i Now, sir> yesterday's 13% IXK-U simply maintained. In: issue it reads as follows, that some 1897 tho excess over the 1896 figures officials are go- was. 18 million dollars; in 1898, ing down the country.using millions; in 1899, 39 millions; j their iuflueilce against him in favor 1900. 67 millions; in 1901, 71 Mr> Mugrath x should like to in 1902, .94 in 1903, 109 mil-1 -out thfi tbnr_ state, lions; in 1903, 100 millions; in 1904, which .fc.correct, It-is up to 95 millions; in 1905. .in Simmous to prove what he PtOFESSIONAL CAIDS i 10 pruve wiiui no i, 130 millions; in 1907, 138 mil-] or will he shrink from it the s; and in 1906, 147 millions-a i .imo ,ti, ;uv 1906 lion total of That thousand is one measure of prosperi- tv under. Liberal rule. same as he did when he accused Mr I Magrath of graft. Sir, in cpnclusioi l? my idea of an election is to fight the The laud for the seitler has been at issue, .and statement j- made by each candidate, and no I bring private-parties into the figh Mr. Oliver then read from copies of the records in his department showing how this political pull was] used for -friends and against oppon- ents. A characteristic Better was' read signed W. H. Whinister, Portage la Prairie. This was addressed.to Nat Boyd, M. P., who had sent it on to T. M. Daly, then minister of the interior, endorsed "Kindly see that this matter is looked after." Mr. Whimster in Ms communication, said he was in receipt of a letter from Dan Saunders, of Shoal Lake, who wanted a permit to cut timber on section four, township twenty, range twen- ty-two west. Saunders. was .recom- mended "as a strong supporter of the unless they 'are public speakers o ;jhe guiding principle of Liberal rule. ally with party Between 1381 to 1895 the Conserva- Qn Saturdav Simmon tive Government gave acres j t -Qne rftllurava .TVin _ of picked lands holdings The of Western with Come here with your earned money to ipend. This store is known as the poor man's friend. lands to-day are blocks of those acres, alienated from the' na- i tion's ownership under "Conservative j rule. tho Magrsth Club oc-orfaffliation in v> and jwy Reason for 'the A R 'officials pri- vate parties. r Yours "truly, DAVID KING. F. German Tke Shoe man Between Sage's and Roy's (E. W. Ttiosnirn io ,Boitoo Trao- Welt peopte out to hear iu tint ar, more njtonwhincly than did hii eowpatriota at Sorel They cheetad bin to the echo. They surely diiaipela the last ol the curioua hase o poli- tical capital. Mr. Harris is n'4 a politician. He did not make stfltc-mc-nt to the to holp tho Liberal party, but to cnlighton Calgary jv.-oplf actual vzlur of tin's proper! As a matu-r of fart the farm is one- of tht- most of property in tb.> vicinity of this city. Jt i.s conveniently located. and a groat deal of the land ab'lit it is being held at an situation of the Experimental farm across tJie, road from it adds to its value, as it is well known that all farm lurui ;n thftt vicinity has in- 4 creased in value since the mental farm was establish.-d. Even some of our Conservative Government candidate, to defend the work done by the Government since taking the reins of power in ft is-up to Mr. Magrath, the