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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Bye-Eiection Comment BRASS GOODS Fail banks and Giobc. Gate and Check Vajvcs, all si.v-ji, kept in stock. ^tewart Stoves r. R.anges Arc guarai\te2d to give perfect satssfaclion PlumbiDg Fix lures and Supplies 'tercsling cnnipttigns in ir.W .i sij i^'t, _ -'Ml'. W. (;. .SiiiiiiionM. tho iiov.i I in;iu ' ' ciiiulirlate, is " ii son�i>p('r lr-.';ii I ha! 'I ho writ.s for I.pttihnflmv have Ijtvn wont f^.), niul .lil ' "i" i ..ic-: 1 iss\>i>(l, niuJ vho lu'w niomlior will Kcnof. Mii> Consorvnlivo cnndiiliitf, 1 j pioiiulily otriipy his .spiit for a ft'w sjcpkis U) ho.a ItroUy popiilnr s.irL of i ;ilii.;s at ihc I'lut ol tho session. Con- a IVIlow, mul Sherniaii has thu Lnh-! i tiur.N to cxiioflrtlioiis, Mr. Ivos is or (orffani/cil) \oti-or nl Icnst ho' ; not llii- Cou.-orviitiM' nojiimei.'. Mii.�- l-hinl;s ho hn.s. Here's n ^l^ht worth | iiH.s itasnns, ho tliclantl. provc-uofl |)u, ndniissioii iee. Slininons will ; lu.s accfi-iiUico. ]UH his lailure to "ijow your neck. Hill," and make i : stand prohnhly iii(!iuis that he r.mi i thoso other fel!ow.s ivnlizo 'ihev have' j iVk-iui's have come (o (lie caiKl Js-, hc^.^ ,n n m'rap, ali riyht! 'uhat-' ion lhat they have not a gliost over the oiitcoiiio mav he. and as �\. I l.i-lMinc.o lo carry the seat. If he (..)ulcl see it, Suuinons is away in I'he load. \ ! have l>een elected. he would im-; the -Dovornnient could not have i I douliledly hnvo become leader of th.> 1 .selected a harder lighter thnji Jio fori I Oppo.silion, ami ihat would have j ^.^ndiiUvluro. From now until ' iK>en no siuall honoi. even ii il had; April'J2(h, we shall watch the con-' hroii;.;'IU with H only a Coiiplo oi foilowers. - E-dinonton Saturday News. f Politics are ri.fe ni cur si.stor con The Liberal c^mbdale hn.'i resided, ^t it uiiiK'i'. WHU a three-cormued U! 1.^'tlil.indgw fur a yreat niunbei o))|jg.i,t on, thinfis oit�'lrl to be pretty xetirs. and is well and mvoi abl.s { niterestins-. The only ph a put forth known il>rou�'lioat t'he whole ruling by the .oiiposiiion is that the C!ov-! us a sensible, honorable and er.ei-e,et-1 ^,,.,i,,,�j,t. j'g stronv', and il would lie professional nmii. and a very on-; i-eally be helpful to the (.loveram.nit j Thu.sia.Hlic Utieral party man. Tlie, h^,..) 11,^, Ljivral i>arty 10 elect a ; Oou.servatlve candidate has liUewiso; eon.;(ji.vuiive Thav's a" peculiar bvl i resided in that dislrnl a lUinibei ol j biijisiin. rather luiratloxicLii. but iiev [years, and is well liUed and ieb|t>.'i.l-j ,.,.^,0^.53 Conservative. M'here must ;ed by alt who know hini, and ib i"'be-other reasons, but (lie (.'oiiserva-I every way a moNl honorable, al-dP; tives luwe not been able to discover TICKS FROM THE WIRES. \ M \uwv r vr hr.rnniUDi'.u ! Ask-your ticket apont I via. Ilie for ticketsJ has 1.;c.')i struck _il Ne,.|>nv\i(, Oil :Man. \\ evil urn. librarv . frav I Will have a iiublic.!, test with interest, and probably with I ed the harneii.s on.-Cnrdston Stai Ivdniouton. 4\rar were 't.liat Lixe; n  j ir� ll(- traillg, i.'ulljllilll SieO.p- whib; th" ba,\er.s o\ butcher .^tcjcK 1 pry. .Fr(-'(M-i-!eliiiiii{^clitilr cars, . .lallrny wiie oi died tn Jcroiito. ^liotel ..Met ropole, OKI, lot ,S|)Ci,w ,' hiw l;H'en appoint- j ai. OriUia, l)r irector ot th. . ds u al Serioii.s -Ooe.d.s Ptjrt lUi)"^. J.oii m Uiilano. have o i-Hi and Unt. .Daw.siJii a,s surv.y. �eiirn d al | � I.caiiuord, ! *and -rood man. anil would lualie a 1 liood member if eleeteil. but he is ouiie unknown thr...ug-houv tlve. dls-!tricl ouiRide of his imnusliate neijih-lliorhood. and th.jse with wlicuii he �iias had direct bUMMles.sfolalioiis.--Ma.s,�ll. I niiiiht Mot j.e taking more, than their iiliicie of the pi-olits, tlie exporters \sere. raid Ihat with cd-operatiou I be |ii'iHlucei CfiubJ 'pet a mucK " higle.'j' |ii-ice lor li!f> prnUui.'l. t'. \\. !'eli'rv;on, hoc rotary of the,! Jlnarff (t 'livide. t.'.ifg'mn-, discus.s.',l j . 1 i!ie siibiei't at {-reat Icnelli, and ucf^-j � .K-iiaojica. 01 1 he |\\--i'eriH ed Wiat the I .overnnient aiil co-oii-| 1 mi'uiyv.i'i loll .A.s.sociatHui. I erat ion ill report .1,1 uImjij-,; from a uipj Mr, \\oi,ili. ,M. 1' IV, r.f Onis-I.sl on. .siat'!> t'iiat oy.lHjl) . said he had 111 in ilie cattle bu.si-Uie 111 Canada this . in'?;s tiui \eiir.-.. and b-e kin.'u ,jiiany I men who had cone broke export in;;'. Air, I'lider, M. I', I'..' J �acoinbi!. Imver 'lor I'. Burns t'o., ur^vd lite lorie.'itjiin of e.'iili'al iii.irkiMS a,t C'al-Lvar,. lurimonl nil, I .ethbeid,.,e (Tnd .Mcdiciie Hat le 1 he 11oci board. � Jiecau.se she enliou.s e()n\ ict'ioiis agTinist uMtjiouN. e.vi rei-se.'j ,iu �Ills' u Dapti.st, was di.s- Pi .11 V. la i A. EASTON & CO. | 1 HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL f I HORSE FURNISHINGS | ^ AND ,DEALEUS IN f TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES, 1 ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON | I COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. $ [????oo iIM1wri�liil*r�iw(�!�liiN!at!�iglg|�!a|K|K DDDODOPDaClDaD an old timer -WITIT TJlii: old brands OF LIQUORS AX]) 0[(fARS IN A new stand .Tibst tlrop into iny ntw qnarU'i's aial con/nice your-si'lf tlint 1 atnnp-to-dato. .' Tlie cli>anest ami b"ric\'eber| 1111 tlu! Senate. Nominations wiUi.e! ' liekl on April iiiid, and election cn i April lL>ih. I 'i he prompt action ot the (Jovern-! inent in holrling the election at this liuiriy 'date .should prove verv .satis-liactory to the peo|do ol Lelhbrid..;e. jan-d 01 tho l'ro\iiice at laru'e. 'I'lio I nrst Legislature of Alberta is now in .session, aiul vt is ilesiralile from the standpoiiYt ot the iiidividuivi coii.st'it iiencv aiul ofthe i'rovmce. Lirtag-i^: ieaili I doe.-:, i I'.v- \'cry I This 111 sa V 'i'he iienity v.itli Tornnlo pioviiiM" a Ki''-ol nioiiev ren i.s Ihei't! are .sluijiio 1 Die Dominion (Joxeriiiiieiit will make nrraivuemenis wN'ii the two new l'ro\iiKvs tor aunt ciuitrol ol the mounted police. I'-ach I'ruvnue will lia\e control ol waule\ei' nKca- lonile.ctioil I ic SI lau.ls are snc.eess. I he .spiri I auii'ii^st the cliibl-�ubi.v .lieeomiiig- s'ti miger, l.i.iiiM) ileiKLSiturs, and l.lieir credit,. �|i!l ei,d ,illld \:r- 11. 1,1 idea was oi'i VermillKiii. :-i'\i'!e on I'. Kiiri (o.id.iu iV Ironside. ; he\ liad liuvd" la l.i I nilbr, an.) , 1 lull. I l.e not .'r.i-ii a fair shar Mr. .rel.r was abi/iit b.iS. aiUl viijiiei' .^i'.b.lJ. Mhe han.lliiv!; nl �-ita. e, ), riest ofwork giuiran-.j A dispatch irotn Ninv York stale,>i that J allies .1. JiiUs pians -rnclude , the. e.xpeudilure ot i?-!,5ut,l.U0u on the V...\. i: J:;. and the Avasliingtoir I (ireat NoriluH'u. biiil'diii'ff lointlythe linos across the Ib'ilish OoIiini.l,'iu border Iroin UaKhingtoii. , Thi.s is siipuosc^l lo be Utrgelv a coal proii-osii.iou. Aiio'ther branch bae in the d independent ship- toed, iill the trnfVii'. would ass,.rf.od (hat the iii- u,.sirl,.ncPf inistar.le. and Ihat �n Huron ss Cast Hoad. ot pro- \i!t)( T i'\ I i:vr .Mr.niciMi;- npplaiise and hnnd- t ui.ia"i-|.stricti\e tog-islalion, bclh Federal tlio a Inn the special .!osUlat-],,,(j jTuvincial. �toi onto.to report .i,iand Itevenue 1>epnrtment. at Downey to amend ..Ottawa has recenUycoiicladcd an in-, . V biorous opiiosir vestn-'ttiion that \vrn pl'ace the ban | l�|grgl�fBlffl�ITOTwlggIiIiIgiBI�ygIi|�fi�^^^ f lethbridge BREWINatc.v*\'rv will loct.'ivo iiroii-ipt att.^iitioii |iersi.=?t in runninif their man to make | ,|to.ssiiile the defeat of Jlr. Simmons, i I iiierelv Ireeause Sir. Simmons \s aj i [liberal, ami liv so doing sacrifice, Mhe iii'terestt.'? of the fllslrict niul I Iheni.selves merely to .^ijtisi'v a rabid liianv loi'lini; Vhcre is all Mic vaunted lo.vnlty to the in'U'iH.-sts^/)|'.>^^>p>'',f.(5^ttti4^-^^^ ti'ttJP'Ihe iJeopl llis election would even do the Labor part.v more hai-in than good l).v detaching the l..a')ior eau.se from tlie conBi'dcr.'itioli of the overwhelm mg Liberal"" mnjority of the isolating It j'  GALLAHER'S SMOKING - TOBACCOS I Most compk'te assortment-of PIPES AND SMOKERS* SUNDRIES? AH llio Vx-bt Viraiuls of Cit^ai's, dotnf?slic and itinxirted. GanoiiK Brother's Chocolates. in j "'.^^^i^lii^' vhi: House. It would 'hiise ttc-igfi-I'fluaUv reasonable to arsuo t,^^*^ i o-caiise {{uKsia got, tho wofSJE^of the war with .lapan.^ll/'Tlion nieinicr because i the Oiiposition IS weak, coniea '�vith Must n.s much grace and digni'ty from Mhe L'oa.servative press as a plea t irom liussia tor IBntain's aid. The elect'irs ol I.j-lhbri'dgc in Xovem;-cr ilaFt tfavu their approval of the j.ol-; icv or t'hc liutherford administration bv returning u repi-e.sentat.ive to fTre^^ent '^^^''^'''^''^"^J'y "'^^ in tanving that policy int. in nis o�n pc.son-JIacleod Gawtte ^^^^^ ' 'rniado by the most rabl'd Opposition Tile selection by the TxthVirulge organ in .'Mberta that iho u'dminis-Lilieral.s otAV. C. Siiuiuon.s, of that :lrat ion has not. shown diUigcnce, place, to' be tlicir stan'dard Viearer la i tairaoss and sound iudgmanl in in-iho present bye-elottion, is a good i augurating that policy; Tlie plead-choice, not only for also '.or 'the country uanie counlrj, not .vet lesiiii, will osL about .~>l.'2,Ki,t)tju. A Iu111IIIt ol shaking 'gretaed luous decision ol .ve eomini'iUie at the bill of d. I', the iiharmacy. act i.ioii was olVered lo it. as it .se j compel all the iiu.nvbi-r.s oi a Jirmj �.vliieli retarlh drugs and jioi.sona toj lie resiistered phaniiac.i.sts. Tho bill: puts the r. Katoii ami l.{. Simjj.'-jO : itrti!'' deiiartJiieiits out ot business. \ l'"oui'ieen ol tho J.;200 nnners -vvlio! were. entonii.ieii in the coal rnineii at t'Oiirieries, I'rance luenty days _iie- u>ij*i,.i^(l��*T^ .Aiarcn lO. Tht'V hall jttoTu baA loiieil iii one of theuii-| lergiouiid .stubtes. on-d 'fhe uiorsels .jl lood uhi'L'h th.y took lU'lo i be . mine with them iwariy ihre.-,' wce,, an.: hrruideil abroad. ger _to -{xi'nJ'i'> �h . i.^ are printed |tingle clear. /Ionn to her toes ,She foi I resifim''!. lie .-.itnl, i.-hietiy~on, ihejwns corro�tJondi,ngl.v imiigmmt wdmn carrying into effect the policy which | ,|ue.stio)i 0) the St, Lawrence route, 1 was suggestwl that a small horn had (�.';tl:i;rd a Oompre-! 01 iScotch, uhiKkcv woukl yjroduco ex- � lie. K'or tho iii,i|>ro\e-i act l.v 'the satirt' eifect if taken .on an| lemiity stomal. Kesidciitiul Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Kt'iil J']sirtt(> and Insurance. Morris & Hend-ricKs Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Wallace CSl Hoselton  �i kootenay % marble works Sliacklcton ��iiiipMun,Ai; iJo. "DSTslilMis ???????oa  Manufacturers of fMarbIc and (iraiiitu : MONUMENTS s WholC-salc and Uctail I nelson, b.c.  B.t\A10�>RK.L()uil Ant HOICE PIONEER MEAT MARKET! L ^^^^^ Horner & Hutchison The Harness Men JTiivr! a foiiiplcUi iinil woll assorted atot-l; of aiiylliinji; that il hurscniiin noodb. Bj^arjtetsJRobe^^ SaddjIes^^Spms, Bits, etc. EVERYTHING VOU WANT - ,ANO EVERVTHING RIGHT Last week, Mr. Vliebcrt, second in toiiTmand in ilie Alberta Legisbiturf, brought in an aiiictidnieiit to the ii.peecU irom Uliu '1 hroue, complaining j that the CJovcrnmenl had anaouuceii I no encouragement to the sugar l.cni I iii'iisive inaiigui'ate. I m.'ili 01 the .si. Lawrejiee route lu Th'i issue in Lelhlii'idgo thould be'_i,)i iiriati d to Ins rabinot colleagues in name, as ft will t.e-in fact, the \hi; cost would, be .';;2.'.,Ui,l0.000, but record and policy of the Provincial m this In,' tailed to ijel the support lio\erniTient., That the record has iiuit he sbi^uld have'received. The increuBe' iii the liconrje Cash must accompany all coal orders Office-rFirst door south of Sal- ViitioM Army burracka. Telepliono 77 Horner & Hutcfilsoh rMT^JiliiillillililiglliiiigglBIQi AT NUMBER TIIKE 'J B EST READ UNS n1.1l been assailed b.v iho i.>ppositioii |)i'"'S.s 1.S .su/fieit-nt evidence tliivt it is unassailable; that lliat policy Sl'CUI'-id the all 'but unanimous endoi'sa-tii.ui ol the olecttris ot the I'loiince IS qiii'lc as HOod eVi'd'Once that it ,-.c-coi'ds with the views utid desires (.1 Ihe p.Miple ol .-\lborla. 'I'he eteetors 01 LethbrulsiO tliereiore have ihe privilege of approving or condi niniaa an iidiniiiislraiive recoril wdiieli has be.'ii above cntici.sni, and of eiidors 1 iii.'j- or ri-pudiatitig a policy which 1 ha;i met wit'h the most enlhusi i.-J.ic I iippro\al of the J'rovince as tt '.vltiile. 'I o elect a nieiiilH^r of the Oppositi'jn would ikerei'ore be an iiulication either that the i.-hai'acler of the gov-erniiii'iit given the I'roviiice does iiol | Vi'eiyh duly in the hands ol the p',10-1 pie ol Lethhrlilge, or that, the elect-j ors of that constituency the linnj '."en. i'.li'O- i I r A 1.1 CKY -M V.V. Mr. W. r\es. until recently oi Ihe law hriii ol t^onylivpre. iind l\e.s, Lelhbri'dge. has been spending a lew diivs In Cardslon this week. Mr. Ives IS one of the leailing Conserva-. lives in Ihe new I'rovince, and uii-1 ., , doubtirdlv one ol the bj' ' ThiR ijiarkft is ecxjjippfd tonipot i'l*^'" tho i^iopular dernantt ol tho tbe district. HOPKINS. PPOP, Ifl*-"'""IV*"'hranchftjjj In Ai City Bakery Reid CSL Co. ^_ . 4;i3r'S'C?ai|ada;'r:W'ill^ Alboriii, y,i.skaLchi.'-; 5V.,Vttji aiW. Mafiitoba.- Tig S^li'.r, reusons. as stated lo the Star, werel that, .seeing he has just coiimieiiced 1 business under'the shadow of his own 1 .�limglo fin liou.seliold us well as leg-1 al alUvirs), he could not at the pros-; ont'iiiiio adoi'd to sacrillco the sainu j for the honors of pulilic ollice. Mr. : Ives "expre.s.se.s iiiiich eoiihdonee in the; success of the Conservative candidate, ami Will appear on the ros-l.riini in hl.s IrehaU. It will 1 e 10-ineinlMii-nl that 111 tlio Dominion eh'c- 'tit. Moral-When slojiping at lion: (IIJO'I) Mr. Ivis leceived aniji,, erpial niiniber of voles in the (;oii-,,'', , ""� u . Jivolivo .onvention with Mi, .It.hn '"^" �'"�� ^ad llorron, M. H:. hut graciously withdrew ill favor of Ins veteran lii'i^'tlier. Me IS st'il! ttr.strong man, ulthoiidh not such n .stickler-In proA'tneinl affair';-"to his |)art^''-Caidston Star jilacal tvrentv one dollar hiii.sm: the lower bureau diawer in a room at, the Cosmopolitan Hotel. ; Uetting U|i j in a hurry the next niorning to catch iin ear.y train,-he grahbod a few I bundles that were in the drawer, hut. j forgot about the package of money. ! Iho other da.v he 'wa.s stoppingf; at i the Cosmopolilon upain, and "jusl : for luck" he went .to'the roonvhe had I occupied on his previous visit, and I opened the ' d'j'i.ii' all I patent uiedieines, Tlieru ' i..v be, and itoul.l.leBs arc, siuue inal have merit. Jb.it t)n' iiia.|oril,v r.v. rarfior-�ous. and the man who cvpc .ii.j i:s is : takiiKj; (.jrave chances. ' b; ic.-, ber 1 knows the ingrcdu-nts ol 1 lie ci 111-I lioiiiii!. under present comliti'.)i.h, rer ihi^ eliect' that rTwill have upon his .'��ystem. lie is unwise if lie lielieces l!ie Milvi'i'tis-ements of ' t.'he cure-alls. Tliere 1.1 a bill lieroro 't^ho Ontario; ri.'ipiires propriol-pateiil. coni|)ouiitls to print Ihe fortnulae on the outside of the wrapi'er. That such tx inenstirc will adord pi'oti'Ct.ioji to the public i.s a loregone fonclii.s'itm. Tiri'^ NATUUAL .WAY^ - K U' f'luiiiilieiH, formerly I'Yanl., died in V^ancuuvoi-. of Tlie nomination or Mr. .Sherman, president of the T'ni'U'rt Mithl)r.d,,i>, c.e-atos of thu Mvehest h.i.i in riKirnlK'i lam's Salve m good for any flfsease of (ho sUiii. It allays the Itching and luirnio^ setiBatlon I'n-stantlv Kor sale hy all diiiKgists .A wreck occurred ou the Manltoha and .Norl'ltcrnHailroiHt near Nuopa^ WB. T. O. Kliiott, ot London, 0..t., -j-.>;ns killed, and 35 vwro injured, . iirer of Ontario, ci'e.iiled a sensation. b.v reading a lornial .ngivemont, . in! which'the late MiiistLr of Kducu-1 lion, lloii. .Mr. llareourl. had .prom-' isev'l lo hn.ve pi'aced ..the renewals of |. bonds.: throiig'h (.'.oivt.es-('o; Thoi present . goveiiuneii't lui'd reinidiatetl 1 this agre.Mii.iiL, and (.'oates & Co.i were now : cJainiiiig' ..C'iUOO .s'terling.! "What considoi'utiou � wa.s there lor this agi'eeiiieiil?" asked Mr.' Alatlu, son. The Iloii. fi,. W.' lldHS ihat he wa.s not prepai'cd ply unt il 'ho had heard hot h lh'\ \V, \ Tin lot, a ilefgsinttn. of St. .John, charged. "ivithcoiKhict unl.ieooining a iniivl, .; xhortly -nfter.".: hLs arrival rumors ' be.irati . to. �'accuiii.'-. :...,.,...;.-;,....,'.-.,, iilale regard lift his antctiedinLSi ami " ;fl. ::K./JOakes aiuL:./'.,,[). JOvernd;-! of worldly  roivtliict; : Ainong cthor. Me No .sooner;.�as ho gone thiin tho nogresR' said to her son: . :. . , .v;s:;',^-r. �"Sninbo,. you done gili. nio dnt dol-1 all, and �0 got dat 'chicken in . the nalxhrUiiiwpiP.i:..:,.,�;,�.,;;,.;-:.-, ��.;:,/:.;: -o- - BRIGHT and SPA RULING ^Vinfi3" for the eltidornte bnn-(]uetor till' sitnjilt! laniiJy rt'i'nst can bo ordered from ns with the cpilainty that tlie iinalify -nvjU bo hiizh itrid tho prices nioderato Our Foreign iiiid .Dcniestic Wini?sJiro gilthorded frchi tlie best RIO were at home and abroad. ' m. e:. rov tMiolOHule llciiler In . WlNl'.f-', LIQUOKS .111.1 CIGAR& I'U 1 c V'.'rST' Lf ihbrldue, Alti. Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. IIJiiNSON. PKOP. . Li^thbrid^p, Alta. Barnes &, Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGEN IS OffIcC"Second Floor Sonihard Ifik I�cst Office Box 3 Telephone No.;:122 ;