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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald Printed Daily HeraKi Printing Co., Ltd., erery lawful erening at its. office. Bound fit., Lethbridge. Alberta; Canada W.; A. BUCHANAN, rector and Editor Managing Di- Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered 3.00 Daily, three months, delirered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered ,36 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three montha, by mail.. .86 Weekly' Herald; one year....... 1.50 T changed ai often as de. i my iv its wtfunre. voiow. 01 its citizens therefore, is stronger in the councils of the province and of Dominion that it otherwise would be. The electors of this city should then consider seriously before casting ballot, iu condemnation of the present Government, prove of the Does Lethbridge ap- efforta cf the Govern- ment to give the city and tribu- tary territory the railway facilities so much needed or does it think the Government did wrong? Does Leth bridge approve of the efforts put forth by the department o! agriculture to improve the agricultural methods o, the surrounding fanscis in the var- ious ways it has done? Does Leth- bridge approve of the efforts of the Government to bring the whole com- munity into closer business relations AUtUtA, WlONItDAV, MARCH IM. sired, but both new and old address with the city by the rural and long must be given. ANNOUNCEMENT During the election campaign Mr.' W. A. Buchanan will not be associate ed with the editorial work of the Her-, aid, which will be conducted ether members of the staff. distance telephone and the reduction of telephone rates? Does Lethbridge approve of the Government's making this city the centre of a large judi- cial district? Does ob- ject to the Government's interest in r] securing freight rates that will... take THE WORKWOMEN'S PROBLEM the grain to the Oriental markets at at a freight rate that will net the farmers a larger profit? Does this- The workingmen have before them, f f the lafge in this election three candidates who Iin city and in the surro are professedly of labor] C0uutrv? Does-the city approve of and two who have lived up to efforts of the Government to bet- profession. Messrs Buchanan the condition of the workingmarf' L _ f McNab are known as the friends of labor, because their actions as well as their words have demonstrated the fact. The problem that the men who are in the ranks of labor have to solve is the choice to make between these two. Whether is it better to have as their representative at Ed- monton, a man who, while a friend- of labor, is outside the confidencee' and councils of the Government or a man who also a friend of labor is in confidential and influential relation-- ship with the Government? The workingmen seem assured tha either man would do his best in their interests. Many a supporter of Mr McNab has been free to say that i Mr. McJTab were not running hver hw opponent. Undoubtedly the rorkifigman in this election will best wrvfr his own interests as well as hr interests ol the province bv sup- NWting Mr Buchanan. Has it any objections to the Govern- ment making the land, railway and financial corporations pay their share of taxation? Has the city any con- demnation of the Government for building a court house and a provin- cial jail, and for putting in. a new telephone service in. the city? Does it approve of the businesslike, non- partisan administration that the pro- vince has had for the past three yeaxs and a half? These are the questions excavating was let, this bunch stated that it was a sign of approaching elec- tion, thut the Government was try- ing to bribe the constituency with Government money. To their view, if the Government spends money it is bribery, and if they do not it is ne- glect. That is certainly anything but a broadminded and citizenlike -view to of the Government's actions. THIS BRAND INSURES SATISFACTION CattieBraod 'Collata to mvnZy laundered. Htmy they better. KENDALL- Rifht to wets here stylish collar foes. Gcaccful a sen- Dou. NNM Made in 20c. each, 3 for QUARTER SIZES at 2 for DEWTAND THB BRAND MAKERS 68 BEBLXR OURCDfftES AT 25c, 35c, 45e and 55c Are blended by ex- perts and fresh roast- ed. Try a sample Ib. The Bentiey Co. Ltd.: iHSltal IETIIMK self before he attempts to exercise his franchise. The Government is confident that when these matters have been considered that "a large majority of the electors will give them their support by voting for Mr. Buchanan, the Government candidate. OUR POINT OF VIEW It is hard for a Government to suit a certain class of politicians. Take the present contest in- the city for an example. Because the court house was not started before the money was voted for it, the small talk members of the Opposition party raise a howl against the Government for not spending money in the city. This To the Hectors Of the City Lethbridge. March 11, 1909 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OP L have been chosen as the Liberal candidate for the new Provincial constituency of the City of Lethbridge, but in soliciting your support I be- lieve I can confidently apjeal to you as a citizen who desires first and fore- most to serve the best interests of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. In this campaign we" have before us the Hailroad Policy of the Ruther- ford Government. This policy, if endorsed' by the people means that' Southern Alberta will be provided with the railroads it so much needs during the next year or two. Both the Grand Trunk Pacific an'd Canadian Northern Railways have undertaken-to. construct lines into the-South and -with Lethbridge as practically the terminal point. The coming of: these railroads means the opening up of vast stretches of country all about us and the consequent development of :this-city as the industrial, and commercial capital of the South, as well as making it one of the great- THE GREATEST SHOE values you ever heard of when it comes-down to actual facts are shown in the latest footwear styles we are cutting in our today. No imagination, no fictitious plain, simple, .honest, facts And we want you to make us prove it! F. TheShoeman Between Sage's and Roys To tie [lectors of BockjKouDtain Electoral District est railroad centres of the West. In. asking for your votes and. influence I do so -because I it is the duty of this city'to return a supporter of this Government with_its advanced railroad policy, in order -that -the Premier and hia colleagues win understand that we efforts to build up Lethbridge and tbat our interests may be protected and advances by .a man on the. spot. Personally I have.great faith in this the South country, and if I am honored with election to the Legislature it will be my-mission to persistently advocate claims of our citjjmd district, and to impress: upon the Government our requirements. I'beHeve it is very necessarj- at this time that Lethbridge should be represented at Edmonton by a supporter of the Government. Lethbridge should have a representative who can be the most closely in touch with same element would be the very first the Government its policy in order that the interests of the city as the South may be best looked after. More railways, tele- extensions, a land titles office and other .matters will be needs- of to -raise 'the" err of bribery if "the Gov. ernment had started the erection In fact when it was We: will- have; a first clasar outfit and experienced roof- ers prepared to lay this" Permanent Roofing good buildings spring. us talk over cost with you 5, Bryan Block Iwil Collieries Coal this district and_as these and many other matters will be matters of policy with the Government it is necessary that a member with the confidence of ,the cabinet be at Edmonton" to influence the- policy of the cabinet in Leth- Jentlemen: Having been requested by a large number of the electors of this dis- trict irrespective of party politics to offer, myself as a, candidate at the, general, elections to. be held in the province on the 22nd inst, I have de- cided to accede to their request and Coffer myself as an independent can- didate and I now bespeak the hearty support of all classes. Through long residence and travel in different part0- of- the .district I, have become intimately acquainted) with the various, needs of all classes and I. therefore believe that without being egotistical, .1 can say that I have the qualifications and ability to properly represent this constituency. in the Provincial Legislature. The present Government has admin- the affairs of the province during .the. :pas4, four years very .cred- itably and.it has given, the ,pepple a great deal of sane Jegislatibn. And as evidence of: this Ti might mention the workmen's compensation act; the. eight-hour -bank to "bank- (for miners) act, the mechanics' .lien act and aevr sral others. The: platform announced by the. Conservative party- has also- many good suggestions which I hope to see upon our statute books at ail FOILSALE A Gnat Snap for HOMESTEADERS 6 good work I Studebakvr wagon with grain tank, nearly ntw 1 single buggy with pole 2 sets double harness 1 set driving Must sold. TERMS Apply for Particulars RODGERS4YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE MEDICAL R. W. S., QALBRAITH-Ehysiciaa Burgeon. Accoucher. a a.m., p.m. Red- path St. Phone 63 DOCTORS MEWBURM AND DIANI -Redpath Street, a.m., 2-3. 7-8. DR; A. McNALLY-Officfc and rooj Stafford Block. Office 12, 1.3, 7-8.30, Phone night and day AND DISTRICT 1! City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND IfMRANCf DR. J. E. Surgeon, Accoucher, Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and" 348. D. A. TAYLOR, ist, Eye. Ear; Nose and Throat Stafford Block, tethbridge, Alta' Office a.m 3.5 7.8 p.m. DENTISTRY" p-ra.. .A.Davis H 1 Stiffing Alta. o. COURTICE Denliaf Graduate of Northwestern Uhiverai- ty, Chicago, !U. Office 1-5. -Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. UNPERTAKJNQ ADISN Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your Orders for I TTnder- Embahiiew. The -oldest business-in the city. Office and-; T. Sj; nagesi and equipment-.new and up fire half. Open day. and Phone 369 Jf. 0. Box 493. MUSIC date. For myseJ, I may say ihat I stand first, last and always for egislation that will rights of working: men throughout" the pro- vince: I also stand foi improved leg- slation regarding our cities, towns and vfllagea, and a. thorough up to date system of public schools -Where the obtain an edu lajrHraillinhNKStora i: _J', PEOMPT ATTEKTION PHONE ISO MADAM ?i- aniste, organ, and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives- or advanced. Coaching fori exams; Howard Bfouse, R; Cooper, con- cert baritone; M -liberty for At .-Homes, etc. For apply, Lethbridge, Alta" Or, bridge's favor. The record of the Rutherford administration in other respects is one of work well and faithfully 001167 J maintain: there Is no argument to be offered in favor of its defeat. It haa been honest, fearless and pro- gressive and deserves an other lease of power. j Large combinations of capital if uncontrolled by the Government tend j to worJc oppressively on the people as whole. The Rutherford adminis- ThJTs'e M-vu. tration has shown itself to be alive to this fact, for by its prosecution of "institutions and they should not be that will "better -prepare them for duties citizens. I be- ieve also that more money should say in conclusion that I stand for the 1 C and I pledge my- at the first session of the measure to deprive them of right, alscTfof" the Lumber Combine it-succeeded-in breaking up an institution whose [giTe? express object was the exploitation of the masses for the bensftt of a few. elected This administration has further demonstrated s desire-to work in the interests of foe people by forcing the Bell Telephone" Co. to relinquish, its holdings in for a reasonable--consideration, and now ire have a telephone service throughout the Province-under Government control and management. Rural lines are being established as rapidly as- the revenue will permit. around the coal mines of the pro. .vince. Upon the above grounds and many others'too mention, in" a short address, I appeal to the Ring Up 108 I When you want DRAYING Done satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE MR. ALBERT ELV-Pupil of Briggs, Song. Singing mnd Voice Culture. Pupil of Chaa, Hancock, L.H.A.M., Organ and Theory." Voice pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. for con- certs, recitals, etc. Terma on applicafcon. Box 690, Leth- bridge, Alta. past few years engaged the attention of legislation in many countries and especially on this continent. Awake to the importance of this kind of legislation the present Government of Alberta -has achieved an enviable record. It has placed upon the Statute Books some of the moat advanced labor legislation that has yet become law in any country. The Mechanic s Lien A'ct, the Eight Hour Bank to Bank Law and the Workmen's Compen- sation Act are all measures the object of which ie fbv condi- tion of the toiler by affording to him approved earning a livelihood and giving "Km a cheap and effective recourse against those who might deprive him of the fruits of his-labor. hearty support, no matter their political leanings may-, be an'd I prom- ise. if returned as. their member-that the interests of all classes and all will.' be impartially and conscientiously respected by me. Dated" at Blairmore Jfay ol March, John Angus McDonald. Believe me. -Faithfully, HTJGB TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly; Weight and quality jtniar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 W. A: BTTCHANAN, H Morris, con- tractor-fot the moving ofvbuildings. Will work under contract the. day. Office Crabb St., 1st north of Av Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Brokers. for Royal CoHferfei Ltd All Staadard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFfCE-VICTORJA; H. -r of Born.. Italy; Carl Sirnms, Oer" many High Class, Scotch- muaic specialty.. Open, for recitala, ban- quets concerts, etc. For an. ply LEGAL L UOHMSTONE-Barriater and Bank, Lethbridge. C. Barria- ter. etc. -Office; Southard Block. CQNYBEARE, JONE8-C. F. P Gonybeare, K.C., D.C.L.; B. Morton. B.C.L. Barriaters, aolidtora. f Offices: Conybeare Block. SURVEYING HAM ILTON YOUNG-rEngineera and Surveyora. Boom 4, Whitnej Block, ARCHITECTS AND P. B. Boom 9. Whitney JBloek. Milt Butter Eggs ALL FBJSSH ANBKrBE Delivered Daily and Purity Make a Fortune in Fruit to a Year Profit from only 10 acres LETHBRIOGE lODttt NO. M C. B, P. O, E. the second and fourth y of each month at 8.14 A. 8HARMAN. PKIX8T. B, B. _i Bedpath 'Street. Lethbridge-Alta. Lethbridge. Specialist ia ing, heating Office. Etc., m LITHBItlDQE, WITHOPOLIS M the oen- Wtanee in tbM part of Al- Mtt UM low m Alksfia koto to tMhWidtt to ta sB Eftrytalai ia w tastily Block You hart heard ol the woadtra of B. C. Frait Landa. How woold like tc own ten in lamom Arrow Lake Diaktet, inifation not required, and whcrt the laud yielda a clear profit of from on ten acres tvery year. Wfctre vegetmblea and tmall fruits produot in abuhdanot that tha protu are almotl beyond beUff-Hsrt's your cbaaof, if you havs a' rasdy .or can a tew daUam- erety noaih. YOU. CAN HOLD If AOfMTf OP THE FINKST FHUIT IN THIS FAMOUS DISTRICT. Pnatftt pifcas si I1S9 to SISi aers oa Unit, afford tkass io- in tndt frowiof m mim- al opportaalty. Thia attractire fruit district in the District'of British Colombia. Nestled among the on the stwrss of the beautiful Arrow Lakes amid scenic beauty unsurpassed, toil of exceed ing depih and THI LAND OF "PERFECT FRUIT No insect fruits good market, food transportation, good ottmato and food' watei with raadr to arery" 10 aow tract with an mar- ket at your door. THI ACREAGE IS LlftttTIO, THI OPPORTUNITY BOUNDLESS. .A card frts litMmtun, The land is being sold rapidly, ioqairiet are betef reeeivtd, aad (ortane, awaits tbs nan wbc bvya LOOQE ALBERTA, upiii went mm Meets in the. Oddfedllows' Hal every first third Wednesday in .the month- at 8 p.m. jot [particulars apply FTH! T. KoWn> Bos W. President. ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS LETHBRILXJE 1M 3rd M on darn inK.ofP Hall 6 o'okxjk. VktUnn cotdisOly inrHsd. out and batld. er. Eatimatea cheerfully riven. al the shorteat notice. Box Leta- FRED. or mud builder. Estimates ed free. Repairs and, altsn to. Box 96 ridge. E. and oratractor. Lighting fans sj er installations, cations. t Pfsna sod TfSS" McKeown's sfsH M Ham free. PEACE METAL WEATHER STRIP will last a lifetime. Bares storm sash. Absolutely excludes drafts, dntt and B. f. Thom P. 0. Box A.F ALBERTA A.M.. O.IUL UthkfidM fetnbr DM 4bM ThOTsdsj in Mssosjit Hall, r. p. 0. t hearty 8 0. Bax STENOGRAPHY f, IAKIN, PUBLIC STEMOfr- llsjsta isl 1C sad Month, 3B.TV. ;