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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tlTHBRIDOE, AL1IRTA, TUEtDAY, MARCH II, II ESS The man, who thinks he can't afford to be well, dressed, certainly ought to find out the prices for "Progress Brand" Clothing Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE. COALDALE j the Cameron tract which the O. W. Coaldaie. March D. H. McAr-'Kerr Co. sold last summer. thur and Arthur Stewart, of -the Am! Ceo. Hcighes has .been ill with erican Farming Company have re- a cold for the last few days. turned to Coaldale after spending the Harry Burnett returned from Illi- winter in Dakota. last. week., where he spent the Mr. Turner has been ill for the past wnuer. few days with cold. i -Mr- Paulson s steam plowmc outfit Messrs. Duffy and Duffy are engaeed arrived Saturday. in drilling a deep well on the Ameri-j can Farm. At present they have; GENT'S Have just re- reached a depth of 183 feet. cerved Spring Samples for Gent's The new livery barn is nearing com- pletion. It will be m operation in a week or so. Xew settlers are arriving now for Clothes. Will make suit, or overcoat to order at less cost than ready-made, City Dye Works, Bound St., opp. HeTald office. Tel. 353. 67-0 To die Hectors Of the City TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ELECTORAL DIVISION OF LETHBEIDGE CITY. As a candidate seeking your votes at this election, it is proper that you should be well advised of my opinion on public matters, in so far as this space will permit .me- to advance them. At the oufset-let me say that I .do not propose to inflict you with a self- written introduction Many of you have known me m this city for the past eight years, and are as fully acquainted .with my acts as- a citizen, during that time, as I am myself; and-of my my solicitude for the advancement of this city. and the province, I leave you to judge: I cannot believe that it is the honest opinion of any voter, that if elected as your representative, .my actions would be'other than unceasing in ad- vancing the interests of this city division as largely and rapidly in every way as'my ability would enable it to be done. My home is here, resources I have are here, and what ability I may have is at your disposal. .Do not believe that my election means an obstinate or stupid opposi- tion, in ;ttie Alberta Assembly to all Government measures :eithex past or to come, because they happen to bs fathered by a Liberal Government. It is not true. I believe I am as "broad .minded as the; average man, and al, legislation will have my support, or according; asr-I .believe it to. be good or Had business .for the people whom anil this whether it' is avLiberal or Conservative Government that administers the aff airs of; the Province. For example, the, word Ewlways, at .the present -time spslis a great need ,bf the Province at large, and particularly, of the city-'of Lethbridge. Let me. that ;the or any will get every as- ai3tance; from THA to jmsh. to -a rapid completion- eveiy foot of Railway pro- jected todayrby the Liberal: have them, and more of them; :but do: believe that, in.... granting such .valuable franchises, the legislation should be considered before finally .passed. -1 As "to'-the. present project of Railways and the: Charters granted, I be- lieve that: the Government should have demanded of in of the .people, ;a larger control .proposed railways and their more particularly -because the Board, of Railway Gommis- sioners Cana'daj -jurisdiction over. Provincial Railways. railways will built credit of ilie people, of Alberta, and we-are assuming the .liability :of4heirvcon3triictibn, and; if IJiad-been inthe Assembly> I .should have .demaiided protection throughout Alberta, so that no railway company could possibly hold -up rate-payers of any tiona Xinbw, that :-is the policy: of railway companies; talcing large sums of money and getting large exemptions, Vas the their entering a ;municipality, arid has; talcen place in this and every: other; -Canadian -Province..- I would have used every effortto eliminate from' everyrailway charter, all words: that allowed to the railway "company _any -ip whether it should, or''should >not, build into such cities as: because I? thatthere 'should.be no that they should be compelled; under' the present legislation, to build" intoSnunicipalities of this size and character without being allowed to bargain with us for a price to" do so. the. railway legislation is now an Act pro- election of myself, a majority :of .Conservatiyes.iri'this Prbvincei: oil'rMarch: the stop the building: of this or any -other, or dejay ;the hope, to derive-from the "legislation: now in 'force. know, I -dp. railway companies will build other lines and enter this city irrespXctive of the way in which you cast your one oV-the other, now ,before you, is elected; assertion vote.for. the Government candidate .would impede the city's railway-'construction or prevent the expenditure of public "money is. a s unwarranted and-andefensibleab it is insulting ;tp the integrity of "the members of' the Government and your own intelligence. If the expenditure of money, the different1 constituencies depends election: of a Government -candidate, why does it .come about that firing three; and years, large expenditures have been made: in the Pistrict represented by Messrs, Kobertspn and Hiebert, :-the two Opposition members in the Legislature, while City of Lethbridge hail yet to receive its first Government favor, although; we have never elected in Opposition candidate front this riding. y H' we are to be lashed by the whip of Government jpatronage for the eiercise of our franchise, which we consider free; where was thV necessity for increasing the membership of the Legislative Assembly from, 25 to 41; members? v r'v.' If it is bad business to elect a Conservative, then the cohvtrse must true, and it is "good business to elect only XiberaiTnemters, in case surely 5B5 Liberals can as well administer the Affairs-of; our Province And to representation, gentlemen, does the; Government, in the face of population and production, give to the South a representation of but 18 members, while the North gets 33? Do you call that Legislation in your interests, and do you approve it? In conclusion, gentlemen, I beg to remind my old time Liberal friends in tfiw-city, of their promise made to me at the time of the De Veber-Iyes that if I ever stood again they would vote for me. That WM the niany of you freely.gave. I now ask you to it, and I also appeal to'all voters to make this a clean election, devoid of all unfortunate and irrevelant words and acts. I have every reipect and a warm personal feeling for each of the other candidates in the field, and I ask for them from the same fair and gentlemanly treatment that I expect to at their hands. For political conduct, if elected, I hare before me the atatesmmnlike C; -A. MtgrttJr; your member, which I will strive to loWow and whether returned the polls or not, I shall be ready-and earnest as ever to further the of the City of Lethbrtlge, and the ProTiiwe at large. Yours faithfully, W. t. IVH. COMPENSATION ACT FOR WORKMEN MISREPRESENTED BY CONSERVA- TIVE DISCUSSED Had Heart Trouble and Shortness of Breath For Six Years. The Conservaliva press, never weary of ctiylHiiifi tit Alberta .Workmen's nptinsuuou -Act, are woMntf the extraordinary claim that the Kuther- forci tfovcrnmeul is at fault not providing the manufacturers with in- surance. The J ou'rnal j breath abort, don t wait tuiui you pro- says editorially "The jxoveroment fails ttrated.cn a led of sickness. Was and Thin-Only Weighed Seventy-three Pounds. Now Weighs One Hundred and Thirteen. When you find your heart the least bit out of rhythm, your nerv.s unhinged, your Take Mil- ed to comprehend the etiect of its leg- ourn'g Heart ami Jferve Pills. They'll put you in condition you'll never know you have a heart, make your nerves strong and your wltoio boing tbrili with new life. MiifiufnV Heart and Nerve Pills cured Mrs. K. E. Bright, Buruley, Out. She writes: "I was greatly troubled, for six years, wi i.h my neart and shortness of I uoukl not walk eighty rods with- out resting four times in that short distance. I got so weak and thin 1 only weighed pounds. I decided last to take some, of Milbum's Heart and Nerve Pills, 'after taking eight boxes I gained in strength and-weight, and now weigh one huudred and thirteen pounds, tho most I ever weighed in my life. I feel well and can work as well as ever I did, and can heartily thank Milburn's Heart arid Nerve Pills for it alL Price 60 per box or 3 boxes for fl.25 at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. MUburn Co., Toronto, Ont. islatiou and neglected to make provi- sion for tho condition to which it liad given rise." Party journalism is surely in sore straights when it lias to resort to so palpable a mis- statement of fact aiici so absurd a conclusion. The Attorney General's speech, in introducing the bill into the Alberta Legislature on'February 14th 1908, is ...available to everyone. It has been i'epublished in pamphlet form and scattered broadcast tttrough the "province. A COD v of it is prob- ably eveu now reposing .on. the desk of the editor oi the "Journal." At all events a report oi" it'will be found in the issue of that paper of Febru- ary 15th. 1908. This is what Mr. Cross said to the employers over a year aco'. few words ouR-ht to be added ".on 'this'very important and impera- "'tive subject of insurance. It.would 'be impossible under this act for em- '.ployers' oi' injured workmea to boar 'possible losses that might be ineurr- 'ed without the aid of insurance. 'With that aid the burdens of. the ''employers are comparatively .liirht "and certainly not oppressive. In- 'deed so far as. the Act is concerned may be said that the chief'duty 'of employers is summed up in the "word 'insui-e.' By the payment- of "a few dollars each paid by the "way of premium, the whole actual fijirderi is shifted from the shoulders bt; the-'einployer to that of the In- 's'urance Company. It is clear, "from every .standpo'nt that the self "interest ;of the employer combines his. duty to his workmen to "induce him to insure against his lia- -'billties. Not only may an employ.- "er insure against his actual !'ties, under the Act he may also m- "sure aeaJnst the-cost pjp- "ceedinRS taken in order to find; .out "what his liabilities are, and lie may "even insure for something above.his "actual liabilities. "The employer, in every case, how- "ever should to "see that the insurance covers the "whole of his-legal-'risks.- He should "exercise the greatest care in seeing 'that all conditions nf the insurance "policy are scrupulously- complete as "toJJie notice of" the accident, num- "ber of character of "their occupation, and nature of their "employment. "Insurajice does not indeed :rid. _an "employer of "his legal'- liability to it. doesVhowever, guar hiiu the amount he is; called ''upon to pay iindef that Could be clearer? Could any more be given? This was on Pebruary thu-teen months: :acdi- "Wliat- have eiixploy-: in; the coming into force'of-, the" act was-post J_anuary ;lst of.-.this.-year for vtteir benefit; '.-so tiikt they; would be prepared to, do business in a busi-- iiiess way under the new-conditions the Act imposed., -The interval that elapsed between, February 14th, 1908, and 1st, causeid loss; and sufFering to many poor people.-In July year" Albert1-Fryman; a it in the Grand-Trunk con- struction, camp at Coolang on the head .by "a ialliner rock, while blasting was :ROiiwf-.' :He was a.t the time of the accident "en- gaged .hr: his duties around camp. His open; oar- y with brpUjght Action ior damages: His; ac-. tfpn was dismissed. Had brpuirht into.' fptce ;when" it -was passed .'by. .-Albert Fryman: would" day be in .receipt pf payment frpm .the "frailway''- equal; i'p one-half of vAs; nothing.. How have the, emplpy- in. the .worked to the disadvjintace of'the la- borine manY _ they b'een faye :.they been -ITJ olS-.rcoiiJitfcy iines.'... The Attorney-General has taken steps to. they are civ- en an opportunity to do what he warned them oh-Februaiy 14th, 1908, that they inust do, Acti came into operation.: But instead of gratitude, 'instead of- fairness, the em- to hurl at the gov- ernment anethenaas and reproaches such' as, that in the "Journal." Isn't it 'about time that the employers and their' and their press, gave over this fruitless attempt to bring discredit upon the Kutherford admin- Topics. suraice rcbmpames: with the object of obtaining: insuraiuw to lia-; bility .under :the insurance that is-and- has been in force in England for. inpre: than ten years? -'Have'j'thiey'; been 'holding meetings or. fretting tp- .information, .aa insurance such aiv :Apt take to place vaiiitaffeousrv; -themselves and their-workmen? No. have a" thinff.- They slept year, and would "have? gone on; sleeping chad not the advent January 1st, 1909, them to realization pi their unpre- -And then they and their subsidized, press have raised this cry against Alberta government for not doing wnat ordinary cau- tion tells them :it was; their business and their Ijusiness alone to dof The CpWLEY Two Good Candidates Have Warm pontest. Co'wley, March first gun in the was fired on Friday night when, a meeting was held here in the interests of.Dr. War- nock, the Liberal .candidate for the Legislature.. A: large. and representa- tive gathering ol the electors met to heat- the government candidate give reasons for .the. faith that was in him, among the number being a sprinkling of Conservatives. V. occupied by C. R. Valois, president 'of the Liberal Asso- who announced that Dr. War- nock speak :first, then Mr. J. Kemmis. wouldr. :be allowed all the time He behalf of the Op- position, and Warnock would re- ply- Warnodc, -on rising, was greet- ed with applause. He briefly outlin- ed the steps which led to his had refused to as- pire to the position until Mr. Mar- ceilus, the .ex-member, .had definitelt withdrawn .from .thel field., and the nomination, Mm in lull cpnyention. '-He-briefly urged his fitness' to represent'the ridinsr.at the Jiis wide the 'district and .the and his .specjal traming and education as n; enabling him to crive "the advice and .'resistance iii :framing laws rand regulations -in the -iaterests .of the j The candidate xhen "took up :somej pf ;the; matters' of public, moment asr public works, telephone j and railways and showed that in per- formance and .policy; government were worthy of "support. )Vhile not...-- orator, the; L-ibiral.can- didate made a very moderate aiid conYincing seemed appeal to the electors -forcibly, asi was eyadcnced b.V the hearty-'ap'olausei :-Jobn Kernmis, tlie Conservative can in the last- campaigh, then took up the cudecls of the part'- and :Red- peer platform. He urged rhe, emTnentrfit- J- Mitchell to represent .the the district and explained the va- rious planks of the party's; platform, and his optimism as to. the return'of. his party, The latter prediction tae'-'auclifciice His 'remarks ".were in and in good eovernment'niijiht -on them and said: well have turned ttuit "is your" business, not ours. TBiat "is why you were given nearly; a year "to get But the govern-' ment have taken pity on these' weak- were not of a cause the pre-: j much j Warnock spoke briefly m .-reply and i the "meeting broke up w-ith. cheers for j Warnock with cheers for and counter, cheers for Mitchell.; indications point close and cleah-fpuffht contest, of bitter- nes's and unpleasant personalities. Dr. JWarnock addressed the. electors, of j Fork on Saturday afternoon speaks nightly at other points during The York Eyeninjf Post, in .speakine- of IMarie Hall, the violinist, says, she is A product of the same school at she' here and there" resembles that wizard in her masters- of all the tricks of trade at the -command of fiddlers. Her har- monics. particularly, are so clear and So smooth that the uninitiated might easily fancy llaeeolet whistlings were as easy to produce" ordinary violin solo's.'" i my We can send ybu a free booklet that will help you buy paints ana varnishes intelligently and econom- ically. Write for the booklet you need. BOOKLETS ON Ptim AND VARNISHES bookkl da f Jobh for all botaeboW to torn. .ProAfctsfer we about farm. t tKtFimto feM of eaiato wxl mioufactwc aod WMO. right" A bpofckt (tvfof WI ,__. wty aad Ior bow to ffett bod. oo pUite and fflteM vuaUxd THE SHERWIH-WILUMS Co. lAfMttT MINT AND VANNIfH HAKIM in M'ONTIIKAL TOUOflTO THE HICK HARDWARE CO LETHBRIDQE. A Bargain A complete Home- outfit for Includes Stove, Cook- ing Utensils and Tools Hayr Bros. General Hardware Phone 75 P.O.Box 27 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH o es TO THE PUBLIC We: have bought out the Star Transfer Co.Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for D RAYING promptly satisfactorily. C3oal delivered promptly. on delivery. J.S. Phillips A.L Phone 70 Office in Nelson Store Felt and Gravel .We' will have a first class outfit and. experienced roof- ers prepared to lay this Permanent Roofing on good .buildings Let us talk over cost you .this .with Boyd, Goode S Go, 'w -t. 5, Bryan Block Milfc Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Cleanliness and Parity Cox Son Everything in season served tastily at i i The Coallale leitiirant i Coaldale Block Iqil Mlieriei Ceil HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality an teed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 Herald Market Place ywi kivt to Mtt tt rtil place H It this rtMM. If ywi wtit use tUt 25c t iMcrtleu ter SI SITUATIONS VACANT for Huntsville School No. 1514, duties to commence 1st of April. Applications will be re- ceived till March 15th. State class of certificate and wages required. Ad- dress Thos. H. Wyman, Sec.-Treas., Iron Springs, Alta. 71-9 SCRIP FOR SALEr-Have one South African Scrip for sale at f975, imme- diate delivery. This is a bargain. Box 1, c-o Herald. Tft-1 for general house work; must be competent and steady; wages per month to start with. Call Mrs. C. R. -Carlson, 1204 Court- land. 68-0 general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. J. J. Johnston, cor. Glyn and Bompas Ste, 79-0 carriage or house painter wanted. Apply W. R. 25 Argyle Ave.; Phone No. 124. -80-1 GOOD OPENING for first class sten- ographer. Apply promptly Box B., Herald stating, experience. 80--3 dining room girls-at the Coaldale Restaurant. 80-6 general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. G. L. Vrocman. 80-3 SITUATION WANTED. once, dressmaking by Experienced in all lines of ladies' clothes. Apply to Miss M. J. Schmitz, City. by experienced grocer, Canadian, have also had 6 years crockery experience. .Capable of managing department. Write> stating salary, etc., to P. F., P. 0. Box 322; Lethbridge, Alta. 80-6 general servant want-ed. Must be competent. Apply to Mrs.'A. B. Bom- pas and Crabb Sts. 80-0 TO RENT. TO roomed house just north of track. Apply between 4 and 8 p. m. at-53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 store or building suit- able for a restaurant in business part of town. Enquire P. 0. Box 143, Lethbridge. 65-0 furnished bedroom, at once, by young gentleman; must be close in; state terms. Apply E; R., Herald Office. 79-2 STORES- FOR stores now occupied by J. J. Johnston, Schweitz- er Bros., and Joe Fong, are offered cor sale. -Must be removed on April 1st. Submit offer in- writing to Can. Bank oi- Commerce. TO Turner St., North Ward, one six-roomed house; also and chicken housee; for per month. Apply Box 165, Lethbridge Post Office. 79-6 TO new comfortable two- room house with attic, William St., south of oLndon Road. Rent Box 3, Herald Office. PROPERTY FOR SALE A GOOD 21-28, Block 122, ior each. Apply .the H. Mac- beth Agency, Postoffice block. 79-0 FOR new Chouse on Westminster Read, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. FOR SALE--Two acres and a house oil Crabb Street. Apply to. T. Chow, P. Q. Box 95, Lethbridge. LAND FOR tALE FOB the crop; Mfntet plan 440 of choice laud within two and a Half miles of Raymond. Partly fenced, ICO acres of winter .wheat on nummerfallow breakiuf discing. 190 acies Hubble, balanot clear choice prairie. We opiy require a small cauh payment on thin, a map for some one. Apply to the Oanaa- ian Real Estate i Adjustment Co., Room Nine, Biyan or Box 367, Lethbridje, Alberta. 77-6 SCRIP FOR one South African Scrip for sale to highest cash bidder. Apply to night clerk, Wind- sor Hotel. .80-1 INVESTORS WANTED AN EXCELLENT CHANCE to com- bine perfect security- for your money with large profits. The expansion, of a big Winnipeg Industrial House of- fers the opportunity. Write ior full vestment Corporation. Ltd., Dept. E., Grain Exchange :Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR SALE singer tew- ing machine, almost" new; one Bem- ington typewriter in good order; .a phonograph, with about sixty records; fancy norn chair and two large rocking chairs; typewriter dealt ana other articles. Cheap for cash. Apply Gus. Neidig, Phone 292. 864) FOR equipment, two complete steam ..plowing outfits and all kinds of farm equipment. Addresa Cannangay Farm Co., Gannangay; P. 0., Alta. -Seel 31, Tp. 13, R. 23, W. 4. FOR fine team of matched geldings, also team of 'small mates. Inquire Alberta Realty FOR Chatham 1 brooder, sewing machine, cost almost newv Apply Box 10, Herald Office. PIANO FOR Newcombe, a hargain; cash and monthly instalments to right person. Address Box N, Herald. 79-3 WANTS TO BUY pup, must be cheap. Write or apply to Roy In- man care of A. R. I- general offi- ces, Lethbridge. 80-1 FOR SALE BY TENDER Half interest in X section land 2X miles south of Taher, pur-- at per acre last fall-" Bids to be in by March 25, of payments spread over five, W. WILLIAMS, 76-12 Crabb TENDERS