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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald il THE TRIO. RulH'iisoii. the weary win-re. 0 whore, is my party 0 where, O whorf, Ana his independence on, whfre, 0 where can H-o- But I don't know. AlK'i'tu Tory party, with tur away "Itrinsr back, bring back.. back McCarthy to to me Brine bring back, 0 bring back my Maiiland to me. But ho wouldn't come. Dr wakim: up March -One niglu as I lay ou my pillow.. One nieht as I lay on my bed, One night as I lay my .pillow, 1 that my party was And I'll be darned if it true.j Printed by ths Daily Herald Printing! Co., every its office. Bound St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- j rtctor and Editor i Subscription Rates j Daily, one year, delivered j Daily, six months, delivered 2.00; Daily, three months, delivered 1.00( Daily, one month, delivered.....35} Daily, one year, by mail.......3.00 j Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three -.months, by mail.....85 Weekly Herald, one year 1-50! Addresses changed as often as de-i sired, but both new and old address! must be given. j I ANNOUNCEMENT During "election campaign Mr. j A Buchanan will not be associat. ed with the editorial work of the Her-j aid, which will be conducted by j other members of the staff. ----------PETTY j TAXATION OF_C_P.B- LANDS. The Medicine Hat Times up; ,wli: standiag dispute between i ,.n its hind legs and raises a roar, or pvopU.-of the Western Provinces j sru srs ency, and Medicine Hat was i ,v If the editor is open-minded enoutrh! the instance of the Provincial r of AiKorts-i iho Judicial to be eonvincd of anything, all that oi it is necsessary ;or him to do is to; OI come to Lethbridge for a clay, __% _ ___ _ see'for -himself the reason for of the local. improvement j action on- the part of the Legislature.; the Lethbridge, including "-phu burden of ex-j which js in the Lethbridge City "ha? very heavily upon j constituency., has a population near-i the the Western_ Provinces j thaii that of the Gas City. ''O'j was to be free j than that, judging from the. rate taxatkm, either by the Doiniit-[ increase of iu the two! ion or by -the Northwest- any provinces that might be T t f rAV AT 25c, 35c, 45c and 55c 1 Arc blended by ex- j perU and fresh roait- ed. Try a sample Ib. IstSeUntinitlirtjIiwtili foetiril Wttrkt Having been requested by u large number of the electors of this dis- The flenticj Co, ltd, flails Retii! PHoie ti lETIIIIKE A DREAM OF THE j PERFECT SHOE will be realized if you call and get fitted with a pair of ou? latest shapes and styles. They combine the best thought and the latest ideas for comfort and fashion. F. German Tht Between Sage's and Roys THREE KILLED Prince Rupert-, March 3. imen were killed and several injured by a blast the G at-Telegraph -Point on the river. T uicv.- i offer myself as a candidate at the {Mjieral elections to be held in the province un the 22nd inst, I have de- cided to accede to their request and I offer myself as an independent can- i didate and I now bespeak the hearty j support of all classes. Through long residence and travel {iu different parts of the district J have become intimately acquainted with the various needs of all classes i and 1 therefore believe that without 1 btfing egotistical, I caja say that I i have the qualifications and ability to properly represent .this constituency j in the Provincial Legislature.' 1 The present Government has admin- istered the affairs of the province i during the past four years very cred- itably and it has givecn the people a great deal of sane legislation.. And las evidence of this I--might mention or Ranchers if you to buy or sfll a N, Horse dedare whether! can slin co'untaxed. at cities, it is logical to conclude that before the next election is held Leth- out of the Northwest Ter- by any municipalities j bridge will be two or three times as "twenty "years from-the- DV as the eastern city. The mem- graut ihort-of by the And settlement has been bers of the Legislature had the facts before them when they considered the question, and this action was by leap.- and bounds, the the only thing they could do. The: c.PJR: become Times' "insinuation thai the Gov- j denr the pro- eminent was afraid to make Metli- j end, and increas-j ..cine Hat a separate constituency i {n daily, given _this added because of an adverse Conservative i va'luo by the energy :and majority of ness -itself. Lethbridge, have little Staffordville, gave an. adverse after establishing them- joritv in the last election of 'one in the new yet the-- s, and nineteen yet fte Gov- j ernment was not suraid to make itj cannuj be' taxed a dollar ou its land. a -separate' district. The old Lib- j twenty years have come and gone era! principle of representation by fsince exemption was put upon population was the principle rj! VSaflS deriving the Legislature s. action. exemption by- the ex- is a bsoader principle than that oijpe.jieTit of not; aslting for a patent pettv jealous v. that seems to guide! the Dominion Government of r'anv particul'ar piece of land unul the Times. not sold the land but have been paid all the annual i payments.' Then the company has The Council can feel assured that i the patent issued for that particular GO SLOWLY their evident intention to go slowlj tiiat tjme jt C0uld never have about" investing in the power plant j -the intention oi Parliament as large a sum as was suggested by j that this method should be followed. al of utilizing the present plant soon as the company earn- the hill after giving it an the grant, and, AS it Teas expect- ing is one -that may not meet with j Cd -that the ..company would worth; considering-: at-, any rate. The j to exempt citizens want a good plant and they land grant for the first, twenty expect "the.1 Council to build': a j years_ oi life of the company Entire Change Program In their nonsensical German skit "The German Humorist" DON AT BADIMI With his original comedy acro- batic dogs Jim Jam eight-hour bank to bank act, the mechanics''lien eral others. The by the Conservative party .has .also many good suggestions which to see upon our statute' books at .-an early date. For I -may say that I stand first, last and always for legislation .that -will.-protect -'the. rights, oi working men throughout the pror vince. I also stand for improved leg- i islation. regard ing our cities, towns and villages, and .a .thorough up to date system of public schools Vv-here the children can obtain an :education. that wiH better prepare them for the duties of good citizensv I be- lieve also that more money should be spent in- putting our highways in for travel. I may i say in conclusion that I stand for the disfranchising; of people of the Asiatic race, such as Japs and Chinamen. These people' take" no interest in our institutions and they should: -not be given the franchise'and I pledge my- self if elected to introduce at the first session, of the Legislature; a measure I to deprive them of this right, also: to j prohibit their in. or around the coal- mines of the vrnce. '.'k-' Upon the above grounds and many others too numerous to a short -address. I: appeal-to --the elec? tors of Kacky Mountain District as an independent candidate for their hearty support, no matter what their i political leanings may be and I prom- ise if returned as th.eir member thai the interests of all-. .classes and lall parties will be faithfully, impartially and conscientiously respected Dated at BlaiTmore: this 2nd day of March; 1909. John McDonald: New Pictures 1st PerfoniiRce 1 o'clock New Songs Second Performance Milk -Cream Butter Eggs reasonable for the ture.. .There would be a decided fu- Bui by the expedient referred to r have an exemption much -nearer forty years than twen- jection, however, to paying more for because, so. far, the courts than is-absolutely the word WORK-Apply to Wil- liam Watts, builder London 15 years: experience. Estimates free. _ EDUCATIONAL UETMBRIDQE SCHOOL OF tHOMT. HAND AND and evening clMtet. afMtd clM9, and nifht ichool. A tborvifJj butineM Principal J. E. MoOwtoj, F. t P. H. Wf Phone I. fAKHt-Yrttto ___ Hound It. TtUphone no. 14i. ;