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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ^m&^rK-l-'r:r:;y'si-ileiitiiil lots in Lt'tlibrid-je, and can find jon n snitiiblu looiitioii in anj' part of \ho oily. Call and be convinced, Tlio advent of the Q. P. K. terminal division wilJ canss prices to advance veiy considerably in the ncjir fntii-rc. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Loaning Department OWN YOUR OWN HOME Here iive a fow of onr lo( fitions and Business lots frbin............................. Lots on Reilpath Street East..................,.,. Lots on Bomijas Street West of liarrucks.......-, - ' > . 'East of.......... . . Lots on Bnrdett Strwt North of Bouiixis.......... South of East................ S juth .............. 'I ' Dutferin � Cmbb G\yn Ford '� East Argylo Ave.........................   West of Sniitli Street .............*.�.:. ^\'aU\vork Addition ^.................... Also improved properties at reasonab'i prices : ...S(.VJ00toS; . .$:^50 to$-2nO .........S25;) .........150 ........S2oO .......:..S2oo .........S20() .........200 .........175 .200 to $150 ........S12r, ..125 to SlOO ,1575 to S!50 prices. },oliO each eadi eacli each each Next Week You Will Wish You Bought This Week We can Secure You Liberal Loans If Your Property is Centrally Located Tile Canada Permanent Mortgage Corpoiation will advance money at 8 ijcr cent, on first-class properties. ^ We also represent H Monthly lustulluienl Loan Company> with cboapor rales and less expenses to the borrower lliaji any oIIkm-comiifiny doing business in Lethbridge. Insurance Department ^Ve nifdie a s]m'crial(y of Fire Insurance, and Tepreseiit aonn.' of the stroni^est and most reliable coinpanies in llie world. Policies issued tlic same day application is made, if reqiiirf^l. Are YOU Insured If Not, Why Not? DO IT NOW Call and Get a Prospectus Accident Agents for the Cftnadian Railway Accident Insurafice Co, Life Agents for The ConfederatioA Life Association Guarantee Agents for The United States Fidelity and Guarantee Company. LETHBRIDGE ALBEKTA PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Jfflce-Over Ott'� Birber Shop. Hours-10:30 lo ]2:00 noon; .1:00 lo 5:00 p. n> ; 7:00 to S:30 p. m. Office NifthS Bell ana Telephone DR. P. W. TULLER Jas. -A. Macdonalfl SIMMONS A BENNETT Barristeis &c. LKTHBlilDtlE AND CAllOSTON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W. C- Simmons, B. A., Ctowa l-'rosecutc �J. V this '(iislrict-work of a char-sitleil, and Mr. SliTunons' nddres.s' ai'tei- that will \m helpful to every was cnlhusiasticfllly received by the ' ^-il i/.en in tiio district. YOUR VOTE IS RESi�ECTFULLY ' SOLICITED FOR W. G. SIMMONS THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE Party of Progress -FOR- High-Ciass Confectionery -FRESH Malaga Crapes, Dananas, Oranges. Lemon s Figs and Dates CELERY AND GOOD RREAD We serve hot tea and cake; also Ice Cream every Saturridge pistrict, ELECTION APRIL i2th ' The lOdinonton fire brigodo resigned owlnu;' to the proposed'oppoint-j ment of a paid chief, conHidoring ^'((!* u e!ight oil. the present chlet, .', oj'owd. The village was ilivided into f'jur �vui-ds, and an active canvas will be made. 'J'abor i.s sure lo rc-iM'ut the verdict g-ivcn on Nov.. 9. At liiiymond on Friday night, the hn.U ua.s packcl. Dr. Itn-ers jiiatie a siilcndid chuinnnn, and spoke only on local conditions and local, inter-(sis, and iiiged the election ol Mr. Siiiimons. All-. Sinnnons was given u licaity reception. David H. Ellon, editor ol the CmKistou Star, al.vo .spoke. The Kaymond Guitur ami JMandoliir Club deligh'ted the andienci; with .several fine scleclion.s. A capital meeting was held at Stirling Saliiiflay ~night, when .Mi'Sfirs. Simmons and KUon spoke again, and thts thiitar and Mandolin CIuIj furnishod selections. A. Ost-laii'd, the chaii'inan, made a stirring �sj"'ei)i. and proved he was familiar ui'lh the^^s of (he campaign. .V G-ood iiiceling was hold at St. Mai'y's Mi.ssion on MomJa.y night.. Uolit. -Nimniuns pre.sidod, iind Air. Siiniiions spoke to a very attentive tuidience. Three Candidates Nominated. The noniinat'ions for the bye-eli'C-tioii took jilace on ..Monday nioni-ing bi!lwu returning olticcr .will make the ollicial licclaralion of Uw result of the election on .\pril 20tU. -o- rut ICllMATlSAt MAKKS I.l I'E MXB-KUAIILK. A happy home is the most valuable pos.session that is wi'lhin tho reach of mankind, but yoii cannot enjoy it.s conifcuas if you are sufl'ering from rhetunatism. You throw aside business cares w^m yoti onrlcr yonr hf!iiie, and you can bo ixsliuvc*! from rhouhialic pains als\vr the Middle Coulee, at Kavniond, and a bridi;o over Nine Mile l.'ouli'e, west of Itnymond. Cim-.siik'iiitili- grading will l.c done im the roads lu'lwi'en JSaymoMd anil .Magr^th. Real Estate Talk. A. i\l. Mcljueen negivtluled the sale of* two lots on Courtlaiid Street to He\ Virtiiu. Me will put up a at once. __L .\ li.ouse oil i.oivdon lload, owned by U'ni. Oliver, was sold this week to Air. .Jones, of Montana. Afr, .(ones' I'luiiily are living here and eu-ing the advantage of onreduca-t.ional pri\ ilegi|i. Kdmonton Council made a grant of .fir*,000 lo the Hoard of 'JVado. The n00 ac.*s were'.some three or four thousand dollars imder cidUvat.on. - ' t'-' cost of the l.uiUllugv �] fir'nUemen,-.\t tho vcipiest of n mass meeting i>f the wage-earners of J.ethliridgi! and district, J liave decided to contest this riding as nn l.'niejicrident,;or camlidate. Jf honored with ,vour votes, I shall take a delight In (!.\posing any political graft or deception that may b.) pracLU'cd rn the pidilic of Altortn and at all times will wdvocate Mio caii.sOj,of the dowu-JroildoM ond the oppn.'.s.sofl. If elected, .1 will immediatuly in-ti-o(liice ami advocate a Coal-Minos Hegiiln! ion. Act that will bo up lo date; An l'.;ight Hours Law for miners; A Workman's Coiniiensation At'.t;:^ A Jlechnnics' Lieu Law that wil bo en'i^etive; . � A 'J'nick .Act, ond a ineasuro ' jiro-venting an.v corporation frj.ii' c,�ti�b-lishing a' 'Closed Town" in (his Province. , I nm-opposed lo all monopolies and will support any legislation teiiiling to prevent any trusts from being establishi-d in Allicrta. I will advocate the placing of a clause in every railway chorter (that niay be granted by tlio Frovinvo) giving t'lTeetlvo' Covornnicnf control of'rates ' �� �� .  1' am in favor * of taxli^ all undo-veldpetl iDUds' ' hold l>y corporations and syndltatew, Kivd the proccads of such taxations to lie spent'for pubi lie improvements. I will support any measure that will exteii7l the p>'inciple of puhlie ownership of public utilities. 1 will urge upon Iho Oovernment lo grnii't to Nahbiidgo tho proper legal and other facilities that this growing commercial centre requires-, dncr, I.will do my..utmost tavfaithfully this cnnstltuencv.' " , , I uin,' VouV dhortlent Servant, ,'f, IJ;. SHERMAN, l^thbrlilgo, MorcU.27th, 1906, 2 ;