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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta CRUSHED TMC vtneed legkUUoo ever pUttd ufoa the statute boolu ol Canada it Act at the last Session" ol Parliament providing for the iwvie of'Government annuities lor old age. The object ol the Act is to place within ol every man aud woman in 'Canada a means by which or she may make provision for old iswtjr. A -sftWisa two jfo, and lot many 'there wau'iu the. Pwau Gallery at a ol natty the Sir Wilfrid, indeed, crushes an and no one bow to do" it who doaca him with too .many Govermneut a certain sum (whatever he likte) per week or' at irregular intervals. .The Government adds 4 of the Opposition correspondent, as the representative ol Conservative f Tor- TMC SQUARE. The Square is the again. For a lone time! we thought we own- ed it, but early- this year we were told otherwise and "anxiety as to the ulti- eys so. deposited-witix them; and the depositor reaches the age of 55 or 60 tlie'Government will pay him saeh- year for life thereafter an an- nuity based upon his "with 4 per cent, compound interest. The as "follows: mate ownership of this plot, pos- sessed us. It must be maintained as a park, says Gajt. That is right. At present it is "nothing more or less than an unsightly commons. The city; should-commence to improve the park without a land- scape gardener to look it over aud make recommendations as to the best way. to beautify it. It would not be necessary io carry out his suggestions in a cent that is ex- pended should be in ac- -cord with his so ;that in time the design -he prepares would be per- fected. The Herald still clings to the it always held thai the Square is the-proper place for-public build ings. The court house should, been located there, but that is ou yot now. However, th city hall, the postoffice, the publi library and other public building that will sooner or later be buil here, could not be located in a better place than the Square and as we have often said before, these build- ings would in no way interfere with the Square..as a park, in fact, they would imp'rove its appearance. with f m Sir Wilfrid came to power'trus con- dition existed, until day the correspondent's excellence as a news- paper man won him an offer iron a Liberal journal which valued his re- portorial capacities .and did not mind j> There will _ be no charges hi Withiu twen- mafrrfl deductions for administration., ty.four That will b3 bornt tntirt- j turned a mental 'continued to add to CAM or Portland THE AMERICAN. At New St. Louis woo both of a double-header from. York to-day. First Louis 0; New York, 5, Hovell and r. Second St. Louia, i 6, 0; New- York, 1, 1; Smith. 'AtT Chicago bot games of a double-header to-day from Boston. Walsh did not have to ex tend himself iu the two ON TRACK TODAY Ik fatty at M which he pitched. First 5, 1, 0; Boston, V3, 0.' Second game- Chicago, 2, 7, 2; 0, 4; 8. At Detroit and-Washiugton played a double-header the ixome team taking both ik-ui Willett''1 and Summers good ball for Detroit. Johnston relieved in the first game, and wa0 found for two ruiis in his one inning. He started the- second game, and was knocked out of the box in the second innuig. First 4, 10, 1; Washington, 3, 3, 0. Second DUroit, 7, 10, 3; Washington, ly by tht A much {thc ?aiety of natjong by hig larger annuity will therefore oe now his enlhusiasni wag paid than could be paid by a Life for Laurier and the Liberal party. Sir Wilfrid whose eyes are-on things] great and had heard of and Insurance or Annuity Company, which of course requires to make to enable them to One day some their business. j score of froci variouT 2. The Dominion of Canada will; were waiting to see Sir Wilfrid in hie be the security. [reception.at the hour he had appoint- 3. The depositor will have thc meeting them, and the-news- satisfaction of knowing JLhal his; paper man -in question seizeji on the cannot ba dissipated by occasion to make- a veritable stump 'extravagance or dishonest manage-'speech in denunciation of the tac; i tics of the Conservative 4. The law provides that there Uir entered in of it, will be no forfeiture for any cause! the presence.of the Prime Minis- of deposits made by any one, and j tor augmented the volubility of the also that they cauuot be seized for' debt.. 5. A depositor may withdraw his deposits with interest com-] IComcrhere with your hard earned money to sijend. _ J I This store is known as the poor man's friend. JT. German The Shoe man Between Sage's and Roy's .5 %aw an opportunity for "making himself strong." "Sir Wil- fird his hands under his coat-tails and. his back to the fire. comes due. MAKE MAJORITY LARGE It is a general opinion that small government majorities are" not desir- able. The chief Conservative organ 'trfe Toronto says in this re- gard, that if the Government should be; returned, .by lonly a small major- ity "it wouAd be at the mercy of the baser elements, and wholly incompe- tent, to five efficient and energetic ad- ministration. It would be forced to neglect the public business in order to 'manage its attenuated majority, and give even a semblance of protec- tion to the. public Anbther Tory organ, the Toronto World, figures out that the best the Conservative party can hope to do. is to have a majority oi threi'. OUR POINT OF VIEW Manitoba has reason to asham- ed .of its Premier. The; language used by R. P. Roolin in attacking the editor of the Toronto Globe-was worse .than the cheapest kind of stump speakerN would. use._ Imagine Premier Whitney, of Ontario, Pre- mier McBride, of British Columbia, or Premier giving utter- ance to such rot. After our past experience it- is-to be sincerely hoped that the new title to the Square is absolutely clear. pounded before his annuity b> I heard about enough he quietly interpolated the remark: "Very good indeed, very good in- deed; but tell me, my dear sir, were you boiii a. .Reformer, or were you, like myself, born an The effect of his words, couched in a tone of amusement and irony, was absolutely crushing, and the corres- pondent could not resent the impu- tation, because. Sir Wilfrid with diabolical tact had taken the o'dium of it upon himself as'well. Needless to say, the rest of the gallery men were hugely delighted. MUST BEAR IMPRINT A the recent session of the Parlia- mentof Canada the Dominion Elec- tions Act was amended and Section 34 of "the "amending act reads as fol- lows: SK ,iit 34. Every advertisement hand bill, _placarxi, poster or dodger having, reference to any'election; shal bear upon the face thereof and address of the printer and pub- lisher thereof. 2. Any persn-i printing, publish ing, distributing or pasting up, o: according to the News would lead to a most disastrous state bf affairs. To avoid such a condition it is up to the people to make Laurier's majority large enough to ensure efficient gov- ernment. Even the Conservatives ad- mit or practically admit his return to power and the only doubt is- concern- ing the size of the majority. The people should take the News' advice and make jt large. Mr. E. W. Thompson, who worked for Sir" James "Whitney at the last Provincial election iu Ontario, de- clares most positively- afttr personal investigation that the "scandals" irumped up against the -Laurier gov- ernment have no basis of truth. A campaign song "written by a Nova Scotia has been issued, ao we learn the organ. It is en- -causing to be- printed, published At Cleveranda-Cleveland won this morning's lame from Philadelphia. In consequence of the cold there were many misses by-players ,of both teams, and every run but'lone was tho result of an error. TKe afternoon gnme was easy. ..Cleveland, 1; Philadelphia, 0, 8, 8. 'THE NATIONAL; At -won the second a mo of the series from Brooklyn to- Jay. Boston, 5, 8, 0; Brooklyn, 2, At 2, 9, 2; hicago, 6, 8, 1. At burg> St. Louis, 0, 10, 5. SecT ond "6, 7, 3; St. Louis. 5, .9, 2; r _ At New splitting a dou- ble-header with Philadelphia tcnlay while Chicago Pittsburg were winning in the west, New York re- linquished first place in the pennant race, and Chicago now leads by a single point, with Pittsburg a close third. In the first game the locals had Mathewson in the box, and as they- batted McQuillan to good effect MeGraw's men won handily by sir to two. Bresnahan and Dooin collided at the plate in the fifth inning, and both had to .retire from the game, Bresnahan suffering a sprained ankle Good Residence Lots On Wettminater Road and CourtUna Street ftOrESSlONAL CAIM DR. W. S. OALSHAITH a.m. 7-8 p.m. NURSING C. R. OftCY Trained nurte open lor Can be found at ifri. W. 0. Huttou% Courtland 81. Ouc-lbird down ABC! bal- ance in