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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mmm is the liberal candidate. ^iC.' SiiMlsons, l;ati-js:,6iV;_'iB .'.tiiiB tion. llo urged tlic i'onviiit/ii.ii to ' " - " r: -T" jiL'i on tlic Lr^nil spirit of tho test inlero.-ilf. of llii- dislrict and party and not to Sk^ici-t n canUitiutxj iii |x�r- �1's_t(iDdar"�lnj^b the campaigii with tilie uii-^oj-every .Lroc'ral who ;^�f>i�^'prcsuiit-iKn---- omen of- the iinani-li^u^jliac.kinSi ot .the, ctituv paviy in t/VM. Win. Ohv�r, prcstlinL of the strict Association," prt�sWltxt over ibeitttfpns.^ |rh3 nionuin^ was The following doieiatca were ap- , ;/,Brodie, B. N.-HiginjoiiJam, C. V. ;.,.^Bcnnj�tt, . Pipes, Dr. (!al-' jfebmltli, John ilruie, Malcohn Ygunj% 1;W,. Lowth�r. W. C. Simmons, A. Mtii-jtonir.H. j^M. IJiirily, .1. xRitchio,- Dr. |:WaJI.--....._ aConiwU, .Tolm Eakin,A. Jl. JIc- Jfjucen. A. nrudv3ti....j.,iA;; Vijiuo, F. BMificrtt. A. Finston, A.*RJsell. U. A; Wil-^�mox. W. W,, ftbusliat, A.v J6hii.'>em, A.: . f*.. Wood, C. H. Kvnns. J. .), Walton, i*. 1^ Miller. - . > mnn, 'J. F. Jordan. Alf. Horwlii. tStalTcrfl Bt>.'l NoMh Ward-Mat I'onirelos, .loo Kublick, R. Nim-lons,, A. ,E�it�rson, J. Turner, I. "oWvi'.'-K.i^ohn.'^ii} ji.-'I^aclcett., .7.' f[>n�dorte, C. O. Jfimnions.. J. A. Mi-uniiKiSariirk Olabn. Mitec Uainit. .1. iwjfik;''St. DS*-Am, '.t:' feitn'oine, ike Va.silink, .John Suotla, .lohn iiilcKniijht, Af^e Mcl\night, Sr. Do"-ta'ldaon. I) CoxiUyy, p,. J^^n:^, Thou. /{Harrison. . fc.M. Vonng was elected i=ecr(?tary an:\ The Committee on Crodcntinls wa.s .named us follows: C- V. ncnnetitT Lelhhridjo; fl. 11. ArcDuirw, Uay-rtionW* ^ Ws I^,�lf?,ws5' -q^Bor."- - H . STimmon.s, North Ward; O. A. AiwUn, � ^Uirlin,'. ^Thf ijConynJttee on RcBoliitioiis was �am*d'� as|f4llow.�>: Br.? McGliire. W � BroWn|ri'p4s, Lc^hiiriijg^, Or. Uc- ef. 'Hai^ih^tl: i J. � A^ WcfJuffln, M. luson, U. Xininjon."?, StatTortl; 't: Baccn. r. F. Christ* nsen, A. E. Vawns, atir.i.ns: W. L. ilamliltoii. W. Probeit and .1. J. Walton, Tab- allow these coniiuitttvs to meet ml wAt one c'clock,: ,the daleyates ggth-: ered again, 'wlii.n''(!�,> coimuittee re ^rta were presented (nd-a'lopted. . '�1*(6��*.�)Hitif�JM*T'hic*i~ Passed - the convention, all of thenl amidst ap plause, oapec'ially thoE� regardini Ijibor, hcL't SiUgar and, Hr Da V'eber, ^Moved liy if. Voung,, ?accuded, by V ^- H.^e5;|}^5||iiV j^ij^t-llto^iftocia-i*io Senate,'a>hat a cupi^'af "thi.- him. ' " �v. CH6iiii�Bt)ni. BoFoUtl' ^.solution he tMavcd by W . afi by Dr. (Jalbraiih,. that this Association i.s in "favor af IcgisLntjon providng foci the i tax^ticn, ; of ;. tlK wkUM'ay coy>p^niqs,,,,, �^MhVed"by "E. X: iTigih'ioihim, s'c tdfd by Dr. McKLn'i/e.i iihjJtthi.' iv�ntiOfl endorse the Liberal pol icy as outlined in the .speech ricin the Throjie- at .tha. present Le^\ire. C, -.' \ ? -'I {"i , �  'sar^vW^ Viy".\. iE. Tiwns, tluit th. ; i'andidatc .'lake, up ilie niutier of .un iiAl5i*rinfe'tftit;^'Ji&ordi^rt C'Jt. .Moved-by M, Youn-, sec. niied l>> R. Xiiniitons, whcreasi the Lnnd.s 'rU,te.�.QUk'o,' in-Oal^ciry> a.ems over ciwwdcd on .account of the , rapid deyeIo^iiient| of\ttie^fCoun^y, and wo iif'SoKihernI -Mbcttfi. j CniX rim mopt ih-o^nvf-i^ent. \in/ jgetiting-v^ jiitl/s jjiil tiiroug'h, 'uhd Very dotriijunbal to I msi n'4l.'" llLj?Pj^C',-;�'bto'e:)s-it-ia in f.tie;int�h'os�t.s rft th* inruiers and- the' l>Hs(ne.sN nit-n ol this district tlvat ih, I.H*ti siiKar indiis'try be (�nCu"'"tti;ed ijy fvj.9' |{�:)s^blu; nil-aii.sV-.:4ved th;it this convijvtion sup . I'ort the idea of Lncourafement of th| HugBr.iridu.vtry bf So\itliern Al ; bcn|i ui boi�usi> .aniadiuslwcnt Ql-^^�*|l���k,i;ft�,�r. und. .m any gth,.r way )h;)>lectHil Would do his uunost to Uk.s gioiyiiij' aidtisiry. .John Hi\ice put the aiidienco into roars o' luughler when iie declared �his noniiualioii had llaboergasted hiin. He wanted to witJidraw his name, but as the opportunity had fxpirtd for doiJig s^j, lie had to go to the ballot The vt.te waS' then taktn, 51 being rei.uired to elett. .Mr. Simmons se-curo'd ..o'J on the lirst Ijnllot, and was declared the cnndidale, unidst a, .Wins of iiiijcli eni)nj.>� M. Youus. on beh^^lf of Mr. i.)livej-, and Sir. Mulloy, c.n be- POUnCAL COMMENT. A very intorc�ttnK de-opatch, djted Calgary, is appearing in .�-oin�; of the easlein paivrs rogar^ling conditions in the Conswrvntiv*? party in Alberta. � what he i."! talking n' oiit when ho ivfcrs to the Inftbility of R, IJ. IVnnolt: to lead tlic party, and � tJio uhfiln.^.s of the two pi>est�iit ;.n!enibers of the ivinnanl to talic tbu.po.sition. -Vbout the ability of .1. , Voung to fill the posJition Mie.e "aJ' be. some . 'it on what is considered ivliable authority, that Mr. Youtig will niis'ajn take the field and enter lipoh what promises to l>e an active political life. Before M. S. McCarthy. MV,. lor. Mr. Voun;; may be an a.'spiraiit (o the po.vition. blithe is nob yet .,111 the liou.'-'e, and he is iv Ions f Wayfrom the, Houso- The people of lx.'thbrid.ue h,,ve somc'thing to :sa.v about,,'it, and they have nol^ yet,Said it. Whether Mr. Younu; .l;econic.H th.! thiJ c^stlauet^cy, left::;:..- Ot;i;w;, .ve. .M''..' or ..ot, the party will c..n- 7 -vt V .....r . ^ L- . ii-iii �('iiriiiic-h tiiiuc tcr be a remnant, for Iheru ^^:^ui'7V^^UZr^ l.lit.,e .ike,lh.od of ,Mr. Voun. there i, it- said that tl^-y inU-rviewed 1"-'>U it'-t> to carry tlv IW.ue t. W. C. Ives on �'hj' niattvr. Ives waS; h.ilf of Ur. Rivers, moved that- thojthc Cons(>rva(ive candiilirto-titi the! noiiiiiiiUicu be mad.! uiiaiiiiiiou�. i last election, and was defeated by | KouikI iilier i-ouiid of ap(ilau�>' Dr.- IV \"ehr. H�; has, �therofnii' iiiei'lid ilij. 1,1 acct-pL the candi'datuiv. " He' it is Hiider.s'focl that he will wil;h-l e.xpresiii'd his njipd'Ciat i,,-ii of th*-' draw in favor of Mr. Voting. lA'.-i; high honor. He looked iipm the faetMhou�h .Mr. Ives is , fliUJiC siM�nko-r of hi.s -iieiiig a ciuKlidatv as a .seriouxJ be ha.s had no political experii-nce re.'.ipon.sribilil^', ii >L only to Jli'itLS4?lf, I niMl .T.s leader of the p|K�? n in a4 miL t.i lliv; party. I he cry in thj legi.":ainsi him, audi Iriel." He pai'd a Wiidly iri. nie to'the additiotvaf one that MK Vouii^'' Dr. De Xe'icr. and r.'iii.irlied Ihat'WaS a mviaber of the old lu'-lsLVtui.; | Lelh'.riik'e was iiuu e.-i. Ho Neiier, its lat.; rrovin-> ��Xeither of the t wo l�napt..-d him.self to it sll'aii'v. -"itua-cia! meidler. 'J lies,- ijenl lemen would : Consorvm ive pnrly who fiov* 'hold^tjon. He h-id- oulv been iiHroduced to look w.-ll aft,-r this di.s-; s,..als in ihe AllH'rt^ House possx>i�� j ,. f,.R, ,,iniites when i.i becanie h',;* It was now the mialilieation.s which would Pdiiit' to j duty to niovtv (he adoption oi 11-,. .s>'etioa. Ihi�ug4i soinewhaJl under, is not .vet let be ileapised, that is whin il co'nes'to (l,al wllh rem-'tiiint'nffi'ilt's: , , As,a-matter of fact, (he Ccrn-Si.'rvativ.; party in �le-moral'izoU. H is very iiiiii- bo*al'ile trier at. dulv of'llu'^e4l^lon it will fall to Mr. Youti-- to hflcoihe k^aderof th,. forces of the Conservtitive party �d test-.. Duiic;.]! Marsh.iU, uiiiiiager of the j i."�l ,siillicientl.v""t>riiiiniit to It-ad r'dimviuon lliiUetin. ami one of t' effective cauipaii n speakei-s in C'nii.-idn, u nijin v. ho ininh't c-urty wh n they are;'to us�, he .'said he had known from il ovhood, the hin^nuge of the "stTe�;-{>o^i~ thi- d-.depntf.s was the fijct: "^thiit Mr. .S^innnoiis was a man w.h-) had the coura,i;o cf hi.s r. viivicl ii.ns. Afr. Mai^ h'hall �-as hichl.v plea.sed with the iionvi n(K'.ii: Kelegates w'lio would Irivo throuL'h such a sttvrm, meant biwin.'^.s.s-the kn I of that would carr\' a con.s'triuency. Atiy f>f I he -niiHi who had lnvn ai,>minatetl vvoukl have reprcsaiitod the ccn.'rt'itii-ency with credit. .\ftcr re- Lounliiii; the policy ,of the OaA'crii-: rncnt outlined iti the speech from the Throne, whiih -appe.irs in anoUi.'^r .�oliniin. Mr, .Marshall re.'eirod, to the Oons-rvative pa,rly as the party withqid lead;5rs, wiihiiit principll^>� 3ind wiihiiiit a policy. They in dhca ill .-Mberta a tioVernmi,d l.othbi'idge should make it a Point to SK>m1 him a siip-(lorter. J. W. Woolf, the esiteenmd M.L.A., for CardBton. closed the meeting with a stirrii.g speech, in which he predicted that the election would bJ held wilhou( tielay. . Me Ijelieved liiat Mi'. Simnjons "ivbuld rise high in public life.,,. . lieiforii di^per.sinjsr, 'the tfc-le jttUi.'* .ave ' .routing Lheei-.s to Tlwi Kingi, .Mr^ Sinnnons un.i the'chairman. .BOWIE DIVORCE DEXTED. Chifa'go, March I'l.-Mrs Al-i.^ciindt-r Uow'ie, in an interview. yo,'5-ter*^lay. accordin.? to^the Chronicle, Uc-uied that there has been any es-ir,:n.;enieuf between hersulf and Mr. Dowie. Hhe w'as much affected o\- the publith..�d rcportH declaring it," lis appareht.v He /was passiid over at the Red l>eer eonvtiii-r tion, and l{. 11. Bennett was- pInOfd at lihe head of the party in ''his .stoa'ni,-,n ut> itsi' IbaiW,; and pre*ers Ih..' alternative 'of real-, iwin,�; that t)he party i� Without a, hoa-d. - Bennett ha!� annrtitiiced' '^ he isi out of poli'tivit for gc'od.-'and there wMt Ijc no tranipfn.,; on .the corns of anycno for Mr. Young ti> s-tep im. M. S. Mc|i�fi s�iCi�t iihat Mr. McCarthy is' iH.'hiiHl thij'''Young faction of-the party, and is''dciin�j bi.i be.-jt to indueo the� other.^ lb "'lianic liround to his view point.'  "But Mr. Younjg i� n'>t i(j�i>i.iiig to stop into ,tii� leadership .ort/a~.^nJ t'ul-gary is t'he storm centre of ' Ccns.>r-Vfitism-is hopelessly tho' Bennett facti day at the Red succeeded in placing their nijn'at'the head of thij party,' and-th-l-i� is -also tho Youfig (actioii. Mrii-Vounj; "kt'p't! Thei'e 'is to be ir bye-elertion hekl !-hviVtly in the 'lveth(M-ul-;e riding for tlH>'Hf)cal Hol:.'>-e. Jl is s.aid ihiit it is to''bo 11 tliive-cornerod I'l-gbt. n.^ a lalAir'eahdidato will be put up. If thiH is sO,' we Can only .sn.v t'ha-t il Will he a great mistake on the pai-ti of the, fric-ixis of. labor, cs thoy cau-ndt will''at this time, and -Si have cver.vlhiilg 1/6 lose nnd noth^ni ti!> gain by enlerin:^- this cont;�t.-Ulair-'liipro Times. l)r. He Veber, of Loth'jridgc, inenirH-r of the Cabinet ol All>erta withoiiL tt .Ppo-'htment will n/ii-t with the goii-eral iipproiintion of the |M>ople o*. f'he we.sil. The li>oclor i.s n. |>ioii:vr, tt man,' thoroiighly familiar with the neiil.s of the West, and poss. swi(I'g tlio ability tb give them the proper at-itentiiVn. The Herald takes this oc-iCasiiin '' i'o congrut*i 1 ate' the DoCtor, ond iviso iHe iK-oplo of Alberta, si-wve 'Ijis elevation 'tgi il:e Senate will bo a goikl'thing for tliat new Province,.- Ciranbrook HoraUI. . The Friiii'v Pa'ps has a vif^il intercut,. One of Iheni is a gijieral coal miining act, a draft, of, a.bill; for, .whiyh haS ' i eon made b.y Frank \\. Smith, provincial ^, coal mine inspector. Another i.s a .v''ri� 'fb� w'brkinen's compensa- ...------,. ________ ,'tipn" act''no\>'^ iir fol-cij iVi Mriti.sli Co- essly split. Thiie is hiWibifj,'and' providf'H that when .a ion that-'carried the 'ifii'iiei''' Is ki'llod in a'nVme'hia heirs Deer i;o(nV^htii!l "nf.'^'j''j>i'ovrdes'that a ntliier ThcKpicHittJciii''r.s tl-.e ivsdlt of na itc- her lot with iJowie's followers n /jioii l-'iiy, i-'he replied: "T have cast iii.v lot with .loliii .-Vlexander jiiid shall reinaiJi faithful to him to Ihu end." �-:-o-. ADVICE TO POULTRY RAISERS. W, Foley, live poulta-y ' expeit. Mr. Young been folio,Ved if i'-., iu.^�t;! ot'^the�Hih'idiv.'nfid Moniljei' Marceliag, 'liave"'b.*iv '-a ! at'', which"ii''copy ol  "tfie b'lll. wws election, -Iliete wouldj dilTerent result, tion, they bove-.ihown'S'iidediru to'bM[v^r..r^^-�^^^^i^,^J^^ ply.............. ....., .. 11.-, . 'l" J;Ji 1 ly^,,*V'it|,-j'K�ju�ltH�*iin ,trli n!�s� illril> (C^luiHjQaV�Jt^K;l| thtvoi hiolv P'.v. IwuiMaii .siilTrnuist, dii'd lU Iic-i:b9stai\ WhU posit'ion will the|sv v.'[.4f"'^ I ''�S;^ 1; i^^ linn t�ke oh the i,..e.',lion of tr'xnl-- ,{.v^ ,1'.Va^ Wlftfif,'oF' Hi,rfor8-. '*� ^'\^'- '-'r'�'�^''V_"-',:.Djit...--ll-.�^-lK^m--^,,Wd---to Ituyx "l';^h'n'l' kn.w. .�l*,#�ou-^(4^il(i!ffj.^^*S^^ opini'on on tho matt'er," ivplieil Jfr. "� ''' ; '':':�..... H, 1',. l)ii\v.s-oM, till! Kiii,1Hq,,90fl;,,-:foi^iij by ((((-.j, rpiimili.s io/,.iiitamo''gi'tvve. ' '' .� A^li' VictVii-i^i-'it. � L/, it IS geiiei-alll'; .1 bi view. Ihesi." genllemeii, and believe the.v Will j^-i 'Poronlo, during the trijil,'" fofi' iislly honor the high oHice they bijvt^ .d-fnoii.o, iiri'.'.'ilig-;otW"of a "tKilc'ct'iw, leen calli'il to serve,-I'lare.sholiu tli'^- sidetvatl-,"t'(iii-r- .tiis't'iee TMiilocl;:' took ... � . .1 i-i,, . ADVICE 'it> LErmmivurT':. CEdiiiontoii Itiillctiu ) Nor are liure, any .,|)pnreiit> re (.iii.s why the pl.-ice of Hon, IJr. \'eber in belhbrid^e .shotild not Filled b.\ a .supporter uj,' t Irr- Tioviii ill maiiagi'iueiiti I ho.s-e ni'iairs in the binds of, i If 111 herforil adiiiinisl r.ition. Tin; (iol eriiiiieiil IniVi. Iiiki.ii up th�? iHstIuJiI i'f Provincial business iii a busine.-|fK like manner, and tlioiii;h in |io.�er oal.v a few moiillis, have already..i^c-couiplis'!u>d iiiiich in prepivriiig' V. way for pri�:;ressive mai'a.iiieiiM?! Uhili. lilt, .greater poi'tion til h;,s of necesfe'ity bi^.m occupied in thi .irgaiii'/atioii of 'I't? niachiner,v, which governnn.-nt. In carrii.-:! oH., it?i. min'iwiers have .'.howii a desire. , m.-ei the early. Coudit Ions of llie.d'ri)-vilice b.v the broa.iler view of ..t;ot'-(1 niiicdUil diit.v iiikI opporl,iuiii.>-. iiioW dawniiry; upon th>! older Province:^, la' So doin , they have given evi-deaie of both williiij;nc.s� and abiUt.v to utilize the les.^ons whieh Aliertanuy learn from her older si.ster.s ut .tie time whin le.s.s�uis m�y ; moifi' proiitably be tnrnad, to account. Tie' plain dut.^' of the Leth'briilge elocloi^s is to- Ix'turn a worthy siicce-ssor , to Hon. Dr. Do "Veljicr in tiie Per.sion (f a capable nnd enthusiast'.c suppofti: r of the O'overnhient of which' ho h^s been a member, and in the, work, i which'vh..' has born-a mn hi.'norabte part. AAwi ..iiini.'itin.l,'rodWe:mf leii'viiig the ' , ,|,lw.ncjaj jiiid.,...isoing. tii iK-.rsoiv.'ill.v 'in-,1. iSj).eCit,,.Hi.-.viilii.,.- Hii decNiifw.t i'l enb, .[.and ,vyiL-h l,J!V l;4,',v.\-h.i;ri.C'ii,t)"ri.'i'.l '.si?n 4 iir.if ha.s.'be'eli in-�(ir(!idvn-i'i.|H|t 'Wl. Peters RnU'iVU Cath-�ollii-- 'CiWIiMnil', ' iJoirdrtii', t)ivt."Th lli.sbo|i tiiiiii)iiiu-es that it is tba de-.virp. oi'.'r-be r-'ojif' ilrit'Vc;tijii:*.jai' �siiri'gii'it* ' Mi-o'll '('nilotn'ri'.J'i''tl � in chu'iv)ii..^ai:S., fori .s,.!'.I�|-s' elTccts. Wlr;,Xi.i|-ji-h :i:,{.,i,T'l,m.t; pl�i:e iiti'.s" , fi j(o/�iilui.ii')ii . , ,of .IwiK.or. '^', 'iii'i'iWUS d '^Tli:'; f', P. ,U., iiiv ivxpei-ieuc-'lnji;' (oiis'id'iW\i'lSliV'l roiilil'j U\ siippl.ring 'Oar t'he tinichers' |i;oom.s and clo.sot,. ^n!:;,-- ,, i . Thursday two trials wervkiicid ;i Coleman, oolh of which, weie'inst-luted by the Crown iig'aiii,sil AK-'eri .Uutz, of the Colemuti �h'ot'el,'for ' oi friiigvinents of the liquor license ml-, ilinuiice. 'the wei-e h-' lore Inspeetor C'ainies, of -Mto H. j\ VV. M. 1'., anil Just'icoiP'isncy, o Coletnaii. The ( ruse was lor I'll; ili.sposal of liquor on .Siindnj, w'h'ioli i.s prohihitiwl Jiours, ijy thu agent of .Mr. iMuty.. C. E. Harris, of Mucleodi and T. IJ. Martiu', of Frank, iiclt'd as counsel for the defjnidant, .and pu ' up a stubborn legui 'tjattlofiyj: .'[;'''lesl, aii'd a'iio'tice''of"'Up' ]>eal. 'I'he .second trull was 'lit"i.d(^b.e lore tlnj wftiiie ..jiMige.s', aivd. while l^a.w .ii-i-.s uani.s aii.i ijiai'iin'd,,(oi;,!^.'d, til.! pros.jcii'ti'l.iii was co-ii viuct.i'd by I'olice JJelective Pl'ih.'i-'J.'hi.H case "was for the 'iW.SfJOKuI' ''ol liquor 'by whole.sivla contriVry' lO't'liL provisions of tho liquor drilinanct-s in this case many line legul.:'pdiivif wej'e dificiissed, and excej^iions, tHkei: to parts -of the evi'Clence prc-ducvSl, b.xj bo'th sides. The principal, wj' theCrpwji wn.s itable-iiui*ii.s,,,.a wo-n,!-; an of'lhe ro�l-light distrii.-t',',whif,i at Iho siigg-cition of'' th'a jiist'lcei.fook ntlvaniage of the ' Ciinft'ila'.evid.o�Mt.e act. 'mis was tliscns.sert lit length, and the juvlgea reservovi"l!hnclr, 'id. 1'.-, for Colchester, Xiiya jljCjot'la,. ,iMi,'. ,,lj!iw;r.onco ,WaS|ii't j(;iU!i,tin,^ :Ontario, j if ui(lo|>t,,"in�ifrr'' of'" !l'rini''o"i'."dw'li)'d Tsliirtd pri-viiYcilil �pblit'ic*?,"dk'd" aU'.'his Hpiive at Wheat ley rivt-r, agetl 89 ^-fe'ars, He'Wh's'-Prnvi'itiM'll Tr(Sa.srtr K jlf McDjiffcje ,i /l^ U i .iOtm imUCe-^By.Dr Oalbrait^h ::'Kack U'andatai;i/4!iLiur^:not.. ber ing a g^ubliiv Hpifakur,^ but declared he le town and district, and had 'lerjiMuinditHi'te, J�iv pi^.' (uturo, (kS in .�the pa�tj and idvice to people atarting in the poultry businos.,?,. He Kays. Ihe fir,-,l thin; I won d do is to I Wain pLDjile who are inexperienied, against goin.g into the business on , I luri;e s,c,ilo .ill at once. The i'-.'stl lJj,,,^ ^.j Mr. \enr a man saould not keep more than fiiiv or one hundred birds. I hen, as he gets to un'aer5yt..nd the he"acceptT the T�rders;iip" oi the intoivstf3 oi the miii- boar upon _ lowing the seat lo go t.o Mr. �YoimiT 10^^ after uncontested, and as thj tfo'-'j-:iniant. e''^.'" leali/es lli'at a healthv� oppo.Hiiicn' i^l 'It is siv'id ithtj flovcHimeit h is de-a good, thing, even (or themselTOs-,' cid'.^d to ciit; out 'all lolJlivinIf tli.a,t ihe.v Will looiliatL" tho re-[is iho' case, Edmiinton will lie piobr Voung, -,  - ' �'� j abli" the only capital on'ihis coivtin-'Will Mr. Young succeed 'in tlie cntwhere Vhe lc�Mji;i�t Is wholly out. tusk which ho SK>ts out to puriorm il of liii occupation. ' work, let him inerees'j his otock un-^^� accepts the >e*�ders.iiR ,0* ih'^ �c?-1 -- i-il he gets, perhaps , thong nd � P"^"'""- is the fjnestJop.- that � The elevation of Dr. L. G. DoVober which is cnou..;h for anvone to hi�d' *'Oda> interes'tinj vHicj ordinary,] to'ihbCanad'laU Kfcnate, nit�ts with le; und wiiriopiife two or ^i^l.^.'-^^'"'^ ^"^ '^ocs not tiake'an'hfitive, i^o ^'h^^ niiprovnl of his laany acres ol n-rouiwl Type strain ,,,'g'*'''' T*�e political, wai'/aiv? of'' Mi's this' s�>ction on both .sideD are the'pa^Srtord�f to q,,''l is 8*iior4lly. iecogriiirdd.'of "the' political (once. Dr. UeVeber �vsn poultry raisiii. you c nntt'" ^>tU taken elrong niian to hus'alwffis ttiken un'activc part m ------- , ( fcring t'rder ou.t of Uie pob'tical chgos, wihjfern -politlcB - and has bce.n a Mr. and Mrs-; J. O.'-Davis,'of Princi.' AHierl', arc heirs to a niirl'ibn dollars. Mrs. Davis' -tnicle, ,1'rol'eJiSol-Ferinend Ohasst-lon, of 'l'horA'3, D.jpt. o-f V'ienno, France, is quite ill, and 3Irs. Tascher,. mother oi JMrs. J>aviBj and .si.ster ol the ProiesKor. hns' i^jecn tending Iriin during his illness. A week: ago Mr. und Mrs. Hiivis reeetv-ed worti that. IVolossoi' ChaMsel.en hnd nintlo his wdl 'jii tavor of Mr. Davis. The Proiessor is one of the known literutcurs in Fi-aiico. and IS -also the possessor of it large eslattj. His wealth is eatiiuatcd a'l over a million dalhu's..,' Mii.. Davjs ly-a wdl-known businc-ts man, He ^ame �hei-e in IHT'l irom queticc: "and has been 'in business sinci 1880. He"i'.s"ir bi'otlierot Senator T. O. Davis. 'I'he n|jw.'! 01 the gy>od, fortune .oi. tlw; Prince Albei"!. fanvilv lia.s :Ci'ea'tf?d qufte a little sensation, Imt -Mr.,Day-. IS takes the now.-i with little coticy-l'n.. ""YuUoirTerinoei -'in llrftfis.'ld'.fi'�'iiiccfB.s. .. . , ' � , (t ,i.S:'r\uii)ireti that I{t?d Deer, , .is to ks^y,9.i 1 \SP. !U(J|;ci liharj-prij'd, bpnks,,; I. Isaac,  (iriliUli.s, I, a tiluinbcriiian,..of Frank, ,l�.'i8t hii.s w;ny ,in thoiliuplv and W|,s found l-.ndly 1,frozen: iHo diacl shortly aft.or.wa,rdS)lin tho. hospital. 'Red Dc'ci-'i^S 'I'o ' ha've-'ffln"liOTi' fbund^ ry:" T^le^e'""f^vil'l'�'.l;c'a''�'it.ting -shop, w'ilh 'iai'hers.''phMMt'l's-'n^id' all rerpiis-Ite-�n'iachliiPT\*. " ' ''� � ' ��.,.' r c/ii'"\t \ ,'11' u I 1^ s tr/r iHicmr, I'R'lf;"'lU.Vff WtHfM, HEltPES. �.......nAi{ii;EUf5*:iTeH, .....� All al llies-e ili.sea'ses  are'attended by, lii'teijjii; itcl-.iiig^ which is alm9St iii'stniulv relif!Ved| by applying Cham-borlaiii s .Salve, and by its continued use a permanent cure niiiy be. idiect-ed. It has. in lact, cured nianv cases that had les'istecPotl'iov treatment. I'or sale by . SIMMONS A BENNETT / ��'� Barristers dec. � ; ,^,LETHURl.DriE AND CAIIDB.TON Letlibriilgc Oflico, iSoiithard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property VV. G. �rMMn7,'s, B A., Crown Prosecutor AsU >;^otii' ticket agtdit i'.ur tiobtjls via (lie Central Ry. Milwaukee, Chicago, and Air . Points East' and Sooth^ Cohvetiiei4'iniins, .Pulliiiaii sleeit-; erg,"-- Ffee rocliiiiiifr cliair eiirs, cars. For full iiifoi'ttiiitioii jultlre.'Js H.J. Bergoiiiiini), travoJliny ajjont. i!71 .Ktibert st,, St. Pntil, Minn.; or Jas. Sl?i^9�*}�! general ijassenger iiirfent, Milwaukee, Wis. '  ' ; LADttS* TAILOR AND HABIT MAKER Gostu ini^g, riiliiiR skirta, oi>era cloaks, .riimln to' oixlor at iiuxleiattt prici^s. Ladies] own material made up. Alteratioiia and repfiirs of every description will b'J done. Fit and Style Guaranteed. J. SALAY Next tloor east Brotlieifc StaffonVs WM. SHAW Pain'er,! Pajior Uanirer,, Decorator, agent for Empire Wall Papers,, fi'oini oc. a roll up. Uest of wor',i gua.rait-teod. Residoiu'or-First house (.lourt House, on iParC,n?ss Road. of DRAY ING All kititls ,o.f. Dra,ying antl Team work done proniplly. ,. STRAW FOK SALE EAFL KIRKHAM KEAN'S -FOE- Ijigh^Class Confectionery -FRESH ag'a Grapes, Bananas^, Oranges^ ^ Lemons, Fi^s an^ DateiS' CELERY AND GOOD BREAD 'We ser\-o hot tea andcakie; iiilso Ice Cream every Saturday.. J. W. Kean & Go ' OpiDoslte p. O. , , 'Phone 98 I'nce, 'J') rents per' Ivijx, all driiggi.'itsi-'. � 'II '1... , - , ______-o .It lucoi's. Mi-vc-d grain, oiis, wliea,tj m,.. y,ung wiB need uU,Hk� a&.'iist-i,nd bnrle.v, _;sliould be fed, m the. or-'nee he cun'got frdin'th;i lirWh' a'li'l dinary Way, nnd tiiree ivtvks hdoroiiiraVn of AHjerta 'CbnsitfrV&'fl.''iil the^birdsaie to bd killied they �nouUP ' bo plai'ed in,t'he fat.ttii'iig crufcii aiVd led skini-milk and hodv-groimd oa't-!�. Under lh:,s treatment a bird of four pounds f?hou|d f-ain a poutid iji. tllirco '.vceks. iJefore killin'i-, birds NfiouM ..�je starved and kept witihout yva'ter or Hit hours, or thev ninv l:o givoii i lif.'ht leed 2'! hours'lefoiv killing, and water 12; hours l^tnr. Tho �wafer then, cle^-'.n.s the bowoLs. but on the wholfi'it IS .SAter to coinpletolv .sibarVj, ihe bir;,!.s for-dd hours. Kill nj; nt(�v �je done. eit'hcr bv d'i.s-l:-.ciitinQt the neck at the, jo nt conneetu n, witj'.l the head; or b.y � cuttinp; the Jugular vein ii)fildo th(j:: nK>u\li with a; kn'fo or �^i>ieai's. In Ihe t�>�o1d t,y ^-^lnrtipeK'comp;,ny for In oiir last issue'we chioniclwl th^ hppdifi''/U of "Dr. Ite Vwber to the S.nHe ol Cad,da While we lefeiet tli'rt't 'one of diir- townsman whs not grivtiiUaions: ' Wiv haVe known tho Doctor 'for "mriny yu'ir.s, r.nd have waUh>' I'loij > JiMt /houKh thro ii� ihut a reijri-fi naiit,-. thore is utill WariigWong, thu remnant, Th-4 i)VH>ert4Ui is producing an a*'tjl^lu' w'WA' is al>t ' poitrin:; in Moiiie of' iho'paltortlin Canada. . which ^emanateHi: from I CalKary, which iMooitUi J>.;.|'.., . Young for the h'ttderHhlp o(, Ute Conservativo ronin.tnt In AHwrt^. ' The sonrec ol iho ;mfdritiatldnk To'' n.H difflciilti t^ And;'' It'llir evl-'i ilt'ntly. (ha ,, handiwfirk o( a' Oal-^i:; Kuiy nowHptpeMr, man, i.yf^-to know what hn is when ho >*a.V� Wiafc the Calijiiiy"* Ujerald no Icngor acknow'hidL*!' � B, 3t>nn. The men who. w�!re driving were thrown to the pavc-liunit und injured, but not .seriously. A great ciirioHi'tv lit TJaiiiirk Vil-Jagn, Ont., is a )taby which w^Hglis iniby s lioino Iho little bR of er*t, Alihoilgh ho'has always lioen a 37 ounces. Jt isiii i�.|>fect'ih�iiiMr''i� siiim.? "pni't.v ntnn - on tho hdJoral to small to dress, and .'is kent ' ini snk,',w�'')iav���miry dwiamkKl;'�i^^%JK^'V.,'-Kf***^.'t "i i!'-'"Pre a'M'' AVe bi:d1 ii.^w Sfnatorl ,2.:___ will'pvoVij it go,id�ivd nbki man for' HiiC'lnU-rests df nil of SoiithOi-n Al- A / FAVORITE liertit in thi) cdiin.'il.'.- of'Pnrlinniont ' -Mai:le�d fIn/otto. H�K''df Iho f>ppos-J,tlon in Ih6 AI- ^�rf^lMn"^'" ' ",.,'"7'' CJ*ii!iriiiig' j'='-^'W:'M:'Bk^^ Painter�'iiiicl " ' ; ""' .....'D'c'Cotivtor'"" "'' * .;'�,! i: '� . ,11.1,i , ,1 11.  ., li . Carriage/iPuintinK ti.Bixscialty Kaluoiiiln'fnji" � I'liiiei'hrtnBifi'g m -l-wrr-iT BRIGHT and SPARnLlNG .yVines for the ;, elndorato banquet or the simple family repast cun (be ordered from us with the certainty that the quality will be high and the prices motlerate Our Foreign ami Domestic Wines are galherded from the best growers at home and abroad. m. eiTroy "' 'Wliolcnale'Dealer In V/INF.P, LIQUORS aiai CIGABS Phone V). I., ,' .K, of Piiiall t^hlUlren. It quickly cures ,p,'i-",v'''� �./ ma Lm !i ;