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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta O. W. KEIRR CO. Lethbridgc. Alto. (Minneapolis, Minn;, Bead Office) LANDS IN BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property HATCH & GOONS. AGENTS -And also General Real Eatoto Dealan- LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With na. With our Stat(>s eonnectiona we can probably reach more bayen than anjr other daalera. COME TO US TO BUY. ^ Yon will be building possibly this aeaeon, and will regnire Bath Boom Warm Air Fiirnace -OB- Hot Water System We are prepared to give yon right pricea and the b�-at of material. We make a specialty of this work and yon are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. Phone 116. HicK Ca WaKely i The Leading Tinners, Plumbera, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Turn Over a New Leaf tor th* MBUiag jnar and ha^a tfiat old pluoiblBg torn out aad daaa, baaltlqr. aaaitary plumbius put throuflti your liouaa and avoid ia- I of the nioinber of parliament. laotloua diaaaaca, Ikvan and many of tha diaaaaw tlat eoma from bad aanittttion aad plumblnf. W� ai� ready to uadartaka aay work of Uiia deaeriptlba. which wa do la a sUlK ful kDd aciaBtlfle bmuumt. C.W.GRAY i DRMYING. If yon wish draying or moring of any k^d dona, call on us. We have tha lancest and best equipped eartega business in the ^city, with thoroughly experienead men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the belt grade lor sale. Coal delivered to all parte of the oity on short notice. I Western Warebonie & MerCcLtd Office-First door south of 0(wr� Botiaa. Phone 03. S Besidential Lote in Blooka S I"O" and "P," Apply to | H. MACBETH ^Beal Eatoto and Insttmnce. ^ NOTICE. TU LiQvor Lie�Aaa Ordinanec PROVINCE or ALBEKTA While You Wait v8ho� Repair Shop. Ifen'a aboea lolad and heeled ikWminatea. Price fl.OO. Application has ticen niado by Humphrey F. Annable for a wholo-aaiK; licenaa in reapect of tho prcni' isoB aituato on lot 35, Block 4 Tuber. Alberta. - A mooting of tho Liconso Commis-aionera to conHider thia application will bo. held at Tabor on Wednoa -day, April 10th, 1907 at 8 o'clocic p.m. Dated at Edmonton thii 8th day of March. 1907. 8. n. WOODS, Deputy Attorney Qeneral. PRIVATE BUSINESS In Parliament Dlscussions�Nr. is attention or in tho manner in which he carries on those on.-terprises. These ho apparently holds are mailers to which a citizen of Canada is entitled to devote his attention, and wiicn he docs so tho circunistanie that he is a member o( parliament sliould not bo made the pretext for dragging these affairs into parliamentary debate and advertising them as matters of public concern. Granting this, %vhat has Mr. Fowler to say of tho practice of drag -ging into parliament tho private affairs of gentlemen who have no representative capacity, and who are under no obligations to tho people of Canftd.T either to uphold the dignity of parliament or to safeguard tho interests of Ihe public? If the private business cvco of a member of parliament is purely his private business and imiuuiie from discussion^ as a matter of public concern, where or of what nature is the pretext for bringinginto the realm of audi dii-cussion titc private business of gentlemen who are not, never have been and are not aspiring to become mem bcrs of parliament? What does he thirrk- for instance of the names and doings of Mr. J. B. McGregor, Mr. A.E.Hitchcock, Mr. H. B. Brown, Mr. O.T. Kobins, heing dragged into parliament, ridicufed, censured and condemned under the Immunity from tlic law enjoyed and abused by members of parliament, and heralded throughout the length and the breadth of tho country in a qianner spccificallycalcuUxtcd of these private citizens? The member whoso conduct, pri -vote or, public is questioned in the Housoi whose character is aasniled, whose standing in the community attacked, has the privilege both of defending himself where and when the assault is made and of replying in kind. Both these privileges Mr. Fowler announces hewill exercise if aught i.s said within the House that concern.s his private affairs. The ordinary citizen enjoys no such privilege. He can neither retaliate inkind where the ollcnce is offered, nor are the courts of law open to him. to defend himself against such attack. Tlio reputation of the Canadian citizen ,s absolutely at tho mercy His only defence is the assumption that the members will not consider it politically e.\{)odient to assail the private citizen lest he relnliato at the poll. How wide of the mark the assumption is, witness the unpro  voknd and unjustified onslaught on western Canadian citizens by Conservative members of parliament from the province of Ontario. Secure that the accused arc not elec -tors of East S.mcoe, South Toronto or St. Antoilne division of Montreal, the members for these constituencies may attack with impunity whomsoever they consider it desirable to make a subject of ridicule orcondcDination, for their own political profit. How thej' have employed this opportunity let the pages of Hansard toll, and let him who reads recollect that if he be of Liberal persuasions he is liable to be the next victim. For such conduct Mr. Fowlershould have some reproof from his polit -ical and speculative associates. If there exists in the public mind a knowledge of belief which could giv� tothe language of his opponents the oSensivn insinuation which Mr. Fowler professed to see in it. that knowledge or belief pertained to transactions paralleling th6so for which these private citizens have been held up to r idicule and scorn-namely, having procured certain property, they disposed of that property at an increase in price. If it waswrong for the Kob bins Irrigation Com  npny to dispose of their property for more than it cost them, and for theUalway Horse and Cattle . Company to soli their line for more than it cost them, and if it were so far wrong as to demand or Justify the discussion of these transactions and tho condemnation of the individunl.o concerned by the parliament of Canada it surely must lie equally within tho purview of par-liamontto enquire Into tho private transactions of the members- oven those of tho honorable ntembor for the Kings and Albert, N.B. And if the private; transactionsevew of a member of the House nro to bo considered Ijcyond tho proper field of parliamentary consideration, by what apccios of distorted reasoning are the private transactions of those who are not members, of parliament to bo considered as lying within that fleld? THADES UXION INCRCASfi. - (From Daily Nelson Xawa.) Tile year 1906 waa a record one fjv the trades unioniata of Canada, for it saw � net gain of 69 itaionii, according to the .Labor OaMftta. The moat marked increaaa took plaea in the building trades, tha net gala amounting to 36 organisa|tioa9. Ia the Ashing industry then waa a gala of. 11, In the numhor of^tnadea aad labor eoyncila a gain of 6. and ia tite metal iradoa a gala of 4. in none of the groups of akitlad trades waa there a decrease, though in tha printing, food and tobacco preparation, and miacellamioua iroupa, tha number of unions in axiatenoe ra-nwined unchanged. A noteworthy feature of 1900. compared with pro-ceding years, aa shown by this table waa the activity of orgaaiiailon in the northwest provinces, in which 46 organixationa wera fonoed, eomparod v-ith .aa in 190S, as in 19 vantica eura aaatad eolda aa wall. Praveatica ara littla eaady aold eura tgblata, and Iiv. Shoop. Raelaa. Wis. will gladly mall you aaaiilaa aad a book on Colda free, if you will vrlU him. Tha sanplea prove thalr narit. Cheek oarly Colda with Pravantl^a ana atop Pneumonia. Sold la Be aad 95e boxaa by J. O. Higiabotham Oo. AN OBLIGING MOTORIST. If All Chaufiours Were Only This One. Like The motonnan on the Fourteenth street line-r-vho have had their patience and nerves taxed, more than once by the eccentricitiM of the ciiattrr�uni of autoniobilea, . who dodge around their cars, endanger -ing.their own lives and thbae of the paasengen*-are inclined to look with a more tolerant glance at the buzz cars since Monday night. The snoow cars since Monday night. The snow was fulling heavily and the tracks could scarcely be kept workable by the greatest efforts of the big whirling sweepers. Trailers had long bofore been dropped and it was as much as the electric current couUl do to pro|)el one car at a time up the steep hill north of Florida- avenue. Hiilf- waj'' up one of tho big now'curs stuck. A'passenger had been let olT and when the power was turned on again tha wheels spun vainly On the slippery track. Haivl could not be had or would nut )ii-lp. Lumber COm Ltd. n ! Oto#go Koforis 0^Evc|iy DeieriptioA - Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windov*^ " Mblildings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts t Phone 23- Lcthbridgc, Alta. I NOTICE. In tha matter of tha aetata of Charles A. Gidncy, late of the City of Lethbridgo, in the Province of Alberta, Farmer, deceased. -Notice ia hereby given that pur,-, siiant to the- order of tha -Honour f able Ur. Justice Stuart dated. - at Calgary on Monday, the 2.Sth day of Februorj', A.U., 1th diiy of A)-.ril the exoculur will be at~lii.'erty to ndimnisti.r the iiS-: sots of tlio .said dico.i.sed or nny part thereof umong- tho parties thereto,' .ha\ing: n-gnj'ii ui'fy lo the claiui.'i of. uhich we .shall llii-n liave had notice and one fuse after another blew mil |,-,nd wiJl not lo liuhte for any. port-; with a fierce crack and hin/c. Tijs i on of tho n.s.^.-ts so di-s(iiliu�ed to sengers were getting anxious iJiiil J iii^ l)orsi)n oi' |ior.sons of whoseclaini nervous. That was where the iwAn camo in. A big touring car un.s | easily mounting the long grniliu lu-n | its driver and owner espied tho mr ' in distress. 'Give us a lift,' sang ' out a pn.ssenger on the platform, No one for a moment thought thai he would, but the chauiTeur wasgamo He Btopimd, backed his machinedown against the front of the ear, tackled on with a rope, always carried in these big machines for salvage work and turned on a full sixty-horse power, with the wheels of the car spinning around under its own current, tiie automobile with its tow slowly gathered way and the car was soon able to negotiate the hill. '.'r.' s-id cxoculur shall not then hav* li !'l 'notice. D^U;d ot Loihliriilge this 23th day r toi.ru.iry, A. D., 1907. CONYBEAItE &. JONES. Solicitor for Executor. AT thit aeMoa of tke year the mother of a family does maay thiagt to amuse aad please the household, aad aothiagis more appreeiatcd by the little "tots'* thaa; home-made toffee. Just how to make good, wholesome toffee is a puzzler. We idsh to iaform the readers of this paper that we will sead FREE a reeipe for makiag New Eaglaad Toffee thataever fails to please. Just sead your aame aad address oa a postal card aad remember THATKaifiitVorRgy^ moad Sugsr is cstrseted right iMrc ia the West -is twMtgr, perer sad cKcspcr thsa all otkcr segsrt. KNIGHrS SUGAR CO.. UNITED RAYMOND, - ALTA. Dtpl 113 CITY or LETHBRIDGE Notice. { New Effects in | Cut Glass keenly relished b.y the owner as well as the passengers, who had feared a long delay.-^Washington Star.' Notice is hereby given that all per- |.sons requiring sidovvalks and sewers during tho coming your, to be con--structed under the Local Improve -It was  victory for the automobilo -j^^^^ Uylaw, ore requested to send lo the UDdersi^^ncd bofore the 81st of Muvch next, a petition or mcmor-1 andum embodjing thoir demands setting out clearly tho blocks and streets where said improvements are deaircd. Dated at Lethbridge. this 23rd day ol February. 1907. By Order C. B. BOWMAN', Secretary-Treasurer. U Will not aoat a eeni to ti7 GhMBbMPUin'a StOBMCh and Uver Tabiata.Md thajr we Meallent .for trottblaa aad. eonatipation. OMi's lN� MWplMt a^ irvf ftora. ror Catarrh, let nM aend you free Juit to prove merit, .a trial aiae box of Dr. Sboop'a Catarrh Remedy^ It ia a anow white; creamy, healing antiseptic balm tnat gi%'ea lnst*nt relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat. Unko the free twit and see. Addroaa Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large Jars SO cents. Sold by J. D. Ulgiabotban a Co. ECZEMA, TISTTER. SALT RHEUM ITCH. KINO WORM. HERPES. RAitBBR'S ITCH. All of thaaa dlaoaaaa are attended by intaaaa itching, which ia almost iaataatiy relieved bjr applying Cbaar barlatn'a Salve, aad by ita continued uas a pcmaaent cure may'ba aifeetad It haa, in fact, eurad niaay eaaaa that had Maiatad other traatmant. Price as aaata par boil. Wet aala by All Drntfiata. � � IT'S MY BROTHER. I met a alender, little maid, a roay burden baariniK "la it not heavy, dear?*^ I aatd, aa paat mo'ahe waa)hvrrying. ' She looked at me wi^h .frave,'aweet oyaa, thia Iragtle little mother. And answered aa in; awift aurpriae; "O, no, air; tt'a my' brother. We larger children toil and fret to help the old world onward: , Our ey�a with tears are often wet, so alowly ha movea aiinward. Vet did we all the -aecret aeek of thia dear littla mother, Unwearyingly we'd bW^^the weak, beeauae he ia our brother. HOICE -ANDIES >^ AXES BEST READ UNS Bakery r. C. Ceohe, Prop. 6iirf�o�Bt impoiistiont in-{ clnd* an BHortment of Eng- # * liah Rock Crvstal, quite * differant from that' b�ra-tb-^ foM ahown. The ortstal Itself Is keavlcr �an It* artistic iva.'cry ef d�> sign. loriis-beMtjr rsihsr tkia brIUISDcr. Roae Bowls, Flower Cen-* tt�s, Depantm and iJofft art I moat prominent in the assort-' ment, some of which come 9 I mounted -in sterling silver, ' others'plain. W. J. Armstrong i JXWBLER ENORAVEB OPTICIAN. A�eat lar KANOSaXLL L H. FOWLER & CO. paaaral Blacksmtthlac and Horaeaboeing. New buggiea to order, earrioce paint-iac. all kinda of woodwork in wag-SM, wiadmilla. fanning milla, ereani toie. grain picklers. bU':k- maMk eoikl. LBTHVklOOB. albbrta. NOTICE Miaard's LlolaifM* Cd.,''Umltsd. aaptliinM.a years. Povr bottles ^^�f. MIN* AIID'S LINIMENT omplatalycursd her and aha haa a�t bssv'tfoabiad for two yeara. � ''YourS'.Truly. � St, JeswB, r.ft^. lflfc^(^^]^'' |ro�aa is heraby given ^ "The rrevtaaial Uimbar Company Umlt-sd." that' at' the aspiration of one �HBtli fraai tha data ol tha flrat ptbllsatien heraol it ia the intention �f �feo �ald sompaay to apply for a ef lie aaBM to '^Tha Provin> Lnmbar and -Mansfaeturiaf Lteitwl." 0sM: at UslMridBt the ittli day at Mifiiasy, ItOT. CAB LIVERY when yon necid a CAB To go to the station or bring frienda to your home. CARTING ALSO DONl. J. G. Wiesaqd Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 17\ LAY IN SOME MORE Before ancther nsh. When yon have any Up 108 When yoa want DRAYING V Done promptly and , , oatislaotorily, JOHN/BROblE to do, gire ntacall. Hormon^ Oiiofl IE SUK YOUR HORSE reas WELL For I>entistry, Veterinaif and SurxicBl Work, cbU on^V^' Or.F.W.J. JiAutM. UikbrMIt, lef.VM*__, -Mi'a*'�|iaMtaaiii ft ;