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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta \ THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE. mutkal comment. * . 4 f. _* - Wbbeafer 10: burrisior is 6 *h- ��- �-> -* * _ ,-f". V, ^5 if. J_ ^_ l" ��� .� ^ - - v th*' coin- on vin Efthuridfee. I to *lt largely ftl'tended and (tt^jiitfc convention on Saturday v:,JRvm'v action of'the riding was rcpro&.n tod, n ml M r  &linmons into tho campaign with tihe un-Atffrftrt of eVffy .U'ecVal whn ,iT'pfcst�ntr*-ftn omm of the unani-^u&JjftCkln^ uf the, entiiv patty in i'tiui district. fc*AW, \Vtn. OHvor, prca'dutt of the (strict Association, nrt�*Kk-H. H M�- S**th d�ihn-on. A AV IcKon/.io, K. U llirk^. 3on. W. I-. Uoiiiiliun. H�*v. .1 htwrrr. �ft y IlmNell. I>. A. *VoX, W. \\\ iHiUilftrt. A .lohns. HradU\v. II. Ost on, .1. P. Jordan. Air ll��rs*li�. HtafTrrd and NoPlU Ward- Mat lonirolos. \ killke Vasilink. .K.hn Sawla, dolui McKnikiht, duo McKmg4a, M I�tln- ;ftldB..n. I) Couliry. S. *l^ ii win** ^ � r y T-ho Coiitmittif on Civd*nt�aH wan nomod ps follows: t\ V. lUMiiu-tt. S*imrnon.�, Xoiah \\a�'d; ^ A. Austin, A vory in(atch, d^led lion, lit- inv.'d tho runviiith.ii toI Calgary, is �Pl>cftfi�g In �)im� of tiha � u-0�d spirit of ilu� I ' iMiHtoVn l�ap�mh r^Tivixling conditions intertv.^ .f tin* district and pariyjin tho ronM-rvativo party in Alber- and not t.) *.�icct a candidate � n |h.�r-! In. Ktn.il m'onnds ahnuv It wi�h tho; n'%t Iclo fr0ni t*u> lU^Inn ; tiuty oi l-othurid^c m ratify tlw wr-�Standard. It. is ah follows- f diet rix.'m in Novotn.^r K.st I "Thciv Im i. ! .John d. Young, i�dil0r of the Cattle s;u�i:�' oi thi� siuar industry at'gary llt�rahl, and ouu i*i tho tni.si Uaymond. and it� im�d ot It Mp at U^] prominent of AIN'rta h Cona�rvn prt'^nt stage and ho felt \vhy tho rvslnnation of l'r. Da; as-'.si ih.s grmvin^ indiisir.x. I Vobor to take a scat in the Senate,, dolm itr-H.* put*the audience Into' fttvd will take thv piaco hold l�.v II. h ro.�i4 oi htUKiitor whoa ho declared j lVnnett until election day. ns lea do? i hiM nuiiiiiuiiiui lud llaooergasted; of the Oppofjil>i(1n. T\\? Standard !ta� liim ll^> wanted to withdraw his "it on what is considered reliable an-| nnino. but as ire opportunity had i thority, that Mr. Young will a-gain expind ft r itoui^ s4). ho had to go; take the rtetd and enter upon what to tln> ballot : promises to bo an active political f the vc.te wa� then taktn, 51 being life. ' re�(Uiivd to ele. i .Mr Sitntiioim se-; "Uofore M S. McCarthy. M V, for, cured 5;' on the first ballot, and wom I constituency, left ior Ottawu, he declared the candidate, aiudnt u s^Mi>|nnd Mr. Young took a trip through which whk not! the riding of 1^*1 hbrid>;e, an I whilo- what hp Is talking a^ out when ho ivfcru to the Inability of H. 11. Honnett to lead tho party, and tho nnfltn.^a of tho two pivjwent' nteml)ers of tho ivmn..nt. to take tho />o�illon About the ability of d. d. Young to l*dI tl'e position the u m(ly hi) sonnf tjuoNt.ioii. though 1h ue is little doubt, that ho is a hunt t he host aspirin* to that Po*it ton t '-at. under t ho elrcim-?j(aia'e� the ordinary man would aid waste much shop over. IV.* it known that to r. n in l.oth-bridge in the Cotiserv,, t iVe In threats and to win an election is quuo unother thing. Mr. Voting may he nti a�idrant. to'the posilion, but lie is not yet hi iho House, and ho is a long Houso- Tho people hj\o Nojoothinn ti> anil they have no* plan of operation for tho coining hiw-i . TICKS JififlM slon. "Have you dectd^l A^trcn*" ^Vt^^^fWW^WIV^ n�*out M, >et said it. Whether Mr. leader or ot, t'inue to bo a you will be tho louder?" reporter. "Not yet. I think wo will JmVe ito J ifth| (t"^l11ViMa\jn/i-Kt'f''tV'\u\x toss a copper to decide that %|ues-; senator*, tiou." wtiH Mr. Ueibert'H Jocular reply. "\Mi\t portion t-ian take nn the \pie ital wite Will you fa\ l'>hnonton>" "I don't kn�w Mr. , VioN�rtV.dVkno\\'n , ... t. . i woin.in siilYrnu-ist^ d'C'J id lUfheMer-r win the oppos.- N v.v/f r\ \ * \\.\ b\ or. and Mr. PaUey, t n boll.t li' iit I �r Ui\ el's. mo\ od (ha( tho , notabiation bo mad 1 Unanimous. li.HOii iiHer )-,�iO�d of applaud ^re. ltd lUo V'lpulur candidate tls he ai\ s.� to aeci-pi the caialulature. Ho expressed his tipprociaM' booked lipi u the fact of his ooiug a eaiiHliihH\� �is a serious ivspdtisil.iiit \ , nil only to lum.�self, out U. the paM,\ I he cry in t h,. (,OtH'ti|,n should i o "\ole for lA-th-liral**' t'Mvn ;tt d Ij-th ral.e district ' Me pa til a i.' udly 1 ri. ule to Pi l>" \ **'ii r ;iinl n-ui.irniNl that Let h �rid.nuu Well npres�Mit**d .il im.jwii. wi'h 11 lornii-r Poonn i. .n nil-tob.-1 1 b ii. I'tw n Hid let oi. an I on* raUei*s in Cjiiiada, a m,,it v.h.i mi^lrt tiisily le term, xl ;i ' ^;h11 l.outer." w as in t ho iiidience. -.|id w4,s u^-ki'd t�� tjivi� an iddr-ss Me iHUi Id i he ci icwd at .nee. and was applauded 1hr0u^hoi�t his short s;i.....It Me pant a high cnmplitiirtit Im Mr Simmon-*, whom he ':tid h** h.ol known fro.u lovhoial. ).h ii I lotiuht up (n admitting 'jtriii'i. One thuis; he tniprew* vi upon the d.doLauH was thr* fact *th\t Mr. Sinuia.it' wa*� a man wh> l;ad cour.ice .�f Ins r mini, n^i Mr Ma^ -hall ujs hii lily pleas,-.! with the *i nv, HMi n Delegates wh,, would !ri\e liii'niL'h such a storm, meant amin �s.s-the k'n I >>t' bu^in *s� that-Would eitM'.v a ii nstit uenc\ Any of !he men who had lusm n0nonat,..l fill landslide which took would haw represented the ciUstitu-�'!).> with credit After re- ountiiu the policy uf the tiuvern-rnent nutloa-d in the sjieech from the Throne. whu h a|M��'*rs in aiadh-r 'obitioi. Mr Met-hill iv'errml to the I'mii >v\ at pai t> a si tlu� party \\\\hi at lead -l w itli ill pritictpliot oat without a p*d*4\v I h \v It u\ in ,llic � >n Algeria u lloVernm.nt hi'ad-d b\ a" li m st man-a man a'^ove reproach. and L�*t hbt'idg.* should �oake it a pood to h. tut loin a sop-pori.T J. W Woolf. the esttemod ML A..: corns i�f any* no for Mr. Young ior Caid^on. closed the mooting step iiv. M. S. Mc(*arthy haw a-jih a Mirrio? speech, in whiih he and ivali/ed thut there was a good luted that the eleotion would b.jopctbng for Mr. Yoiin^. Although bo, lie believisP publicly avows to Im a iKMitfal on tho! lor* sulijoct. tt in an o|hmi i*^i>'t cfiat Air. McCarthy in In-hind rl:a Youn; th StSrlin,'. Z The ,IN Rrowng Pii>CR. ------ r ^s Vhe .Conuitjtteo on Kimilutimis was nain^ as 2rdllcw.th on. Ltftht>ri�i*;c Ur Ale ;V. M Kop iJWr^/fiaym.^d;; ,f. A: Mcfiutnn. M Qh 6�.^n. H \imiaoim, Stafford; T Uac* n. V. K. Christ. ns\n. A. 10 Fawns. Stir.' rt3': W. L nan/iltoit. W. Probert and d. d. Walton. Tab or. ' , " Thp; cqn.vimt|on lluti adjourned t^ allow these comiuilt�.%-s to meet i n I r*J>ort. At one c'cl0ck, the delegates gathered agfltn, uh.n th* commitio�� re jforts woie presented r ud udoptod ^Thc*irfloKitirnHwvhiih* pa**? H 'Mc Duiloe. .that thi� A*n,cia-tion oft^s  it^ congratulations to benaier&lkr Vjifbiir ga U *, elfvatbn tt the Senate", antt that a .r^pV ni f^Nolutioh ho inaded t iVm>IVi*s lhal lhe Le.;tvlat oiv be le ipleHtot lo tmuhlivh u Ltuid l.tli-1 tlttlce .n the Town of Leth. n*i [v t()t that pHrl ui the Piovoae ut jn.Bio servtnl by iho lHiimm0u Un.ls oi lira in Leth'iridgc. Moved,by.i�. .\..lh,iik.oduui aa MarUn 01s,;n, that this cunv ,-nt i.a. are in favor of immediate legirdatoi, to\vards �a unprovemoivt in the i.-li isiation that will .protect t'ho labm' uxa man, and nro In faVor of le^or latlou for the appo'ntnnnt oi a bouril of ariotrutum for the svtil-uii*iit of strike** and Mther u'ilTorence betWii'ii einplu.\ciH an i otgoni/4-d lab or. 'J'h� eipht-hour law an t the corn-puutfattoti act are especially require to be di'aK u'lfK >l*7i'"ipv- and llui tluj candidate--fc asked io pknl^c hiliihoU to support the*utoCfc> resoia i ion- Mov*-d b> TV-J. .u'HVieii, �M-ot.jled by A.w*l* ib.pnj^r, wheieas n -pi in the* inUVeMK flf tlid fu!'ia>^rs fu*d the hitsinoKss tuen of this district ih.it tit, lw�et suuar induMry Lo eucuuru^'d by ever,\ (aesMbh*. injans, tje it- rhwyuu'e i'.i�>Jv*mI ihiS oiiiivi ntioii sup portj the ideu of �nfotirahViik'iil of ihf wugar indusiry of Southern Al t^Pr i$s' **- **Kument against him, a:nl, the additional mie that Air Youn^ wus a member of the obi l\.lsl�Pn�? (.f the 'L-rritoras. it is thought that there will no H'a^iut of L�,j Ciuis-M'vaLVe pa� ly who iu�\v 'hold seats in the Alberta Mouse possess (pialit'u'ations which would point to tli.au as Mte (ma to pull the party out of the apparently K>peh?ss rut in which it now ttpp**arft to to. Air. Heit>erl (|Ud Mr KotnitsoO ai>� both ..uife capable of ivpres^Mitinj; the respective ilialrirtH for whiih the> were elect#.tl, but n.uiher is eimshler-,hI sutlicietitly brilliant to lend the party For that reason it will fall to Air. Youit* to become h\,der of the\Um>u t|,t. |lUu|,( t.rv. but In iW could Im� et�ori4ion in adopun^ a law the Provimv. Should he be Reeled puSsed bv the verv Provinces them f� r the seal there is no doubt, that \ ^\\Vlti be will Jiaw charge of the OpftoHi*.' -- t'ioii t nd of the l^lsbiliire. ; Mn . . T . i i . i -e*. . \i� v . . . tu. *i There lo be a bye-elect ion held Irat Mr. l oiirttt comes to tin* auL . ... . ., . . . , of his puny wh n tli^y are. to ,1*1 ,or\^ U ,i:u t''" r\ . !' the hln^uiKVof Uie slM. "*\ lf?IiM V is >n�l lu.t it asminst it.' ^ apparent. Me was, V" ,M '^ht- flM � pas.,d over at the Ked Ikvr conv..t.| - l�� "P- ' tio.i. and It. It IMinetl was plflr^l 1 "m ! M>" ' T ? at the head of the puny in hi>ll � �. �� .u.st.ko on �, tuit stead. This was clom, ft 1 the time I of fl io*ul� "( 1 * ;��!�" UH-aUso of Mr. IVnnetCs w^lUknowu, ^'t. at this time and �, h�v, oratorical powers. Mr. Yoiinff did' cv?r>' �o. u��hI n.ifh;ir t� not muke any �n.�t stir ov�r l*lii�;�ain % *"uT* et t s.�ct ion. 1 hiai^4i smih*whi^jl under, is not \et to be deapistnt. that m whin it n\ Melons 01 leadership,*' as wita lilliw moinbel's of I4ie Opposition 'the 'Joi'uiilo t!lo'�o �n it* nrcouat of the opeiiinr of 1 tit* SiiViie at Ottawa, seal Air PiA'eli-i, th' n'W Seimtor f 1 'ma 1. d hirbbe, reitody ad^ptt.Hl hitiiseU t0 a mi,.in��. situation Me lead only been im 1 tal iced a few minutes when it bee,one h'.s duly lo move the ailopt ion oi t|-_. aKs Me did s,i m a maimer re dolent of lIV bree/> and unm^ to* Milwaukee, Chicago, and AH Points Last and South , - -r......i4iu.ht\ Mva remubts .of blh Wl>rK I hud1her', wbi) was buried at Coburpr ----' in 1S�W. She will be b'ura-l al Ivifl \s announced lust week, three now �^l*�*-t in �he same tfrnvo. senators have been appointed forAl'-! 'Ai ' Viet oria." IV ' C., it �h K�l'bd'aliy betta. two of which are well and fav-[believi-tl that. 1 hot'e Willie no at-orald\ known to most of our re|ic- brid^e, and Peter Talbot, of La- atdb'thai this niu.V bo hroughtr cuiuh*- We heartily eouKralultite on'a' i h (�Ml.v' dtit-i*. ' these Rentletuen. and believe they wild At Toronto, during the trial, for iust lv hotnir the high otbco they have[damans briv.'bitf 'oUt of a 'defectiw jh� HidoWa4k." iMth-tf .luHtie'e Mnlock took .t.h\> toelMtal course .of leu vim? I ha [bench, and .u�du^- to personally ui-; s|�eql, the wall. Me sloeNnod a cab.  and wilb tjtc lav..\cn; weni by ut reel car Convenient-. iraiiis, Pttllnum slwp- or.y; Ff(�o rcdinin^cluiir with, Dining cdyh, For rullinformntioiuic1tln?fl8H.J. Uorgomnitii, trawllin^ n�t*nt. JITL Kolujrt Kt., St. Pmil, Minn.; or Jna. v. l.oiHl,-gtMiprnI iMissunuur iiuonL Mihvutikoc, Wis. been called view to serve ~ Plaresholm Apvici; r LivniuiMPtu: 1 I Mm..a' on Pullet in 1 l i 'I.tui . tLiondou t'ht:oniclo unya that Nor are th.uv any nlMmivnt reis- y,,. >),..,.. .Vh halas l.on\worth ,ais wh> the place m It,.., Pt C'*; %vh,Mj. t.Uv.\ vi^t..London >u dune, wil Whvr m Leth.br..b,e yhould fM.t U> lua,w, a jh.cUi.uham Palac, tilled b> a supporter ui 'lie I'myiiuM |S , rUiM^ ot- , u> Th,.v wi) al (ioVe.nmeut lhe c ndnct I yi; | � ,Si, j i|( ,\ ,,illlS^,|, ,� . ,. ||(| Mn til e. ill s. Moid sire of 1 'be Pop) 1 Sl-lt-e' ii V Ml-;ll Whur�in�s As th,,' it is th � doth it c( n' m*int Ion il I e � nrournicd in the nw*-pbo'e on November W unrooaUiai r. Pe Veber. of Lith'.ridfio. ,. 1 vin-ial atlairs has atnpl> fultilled the l.'.ith eNpeftat tons with whmh t|ie . elvctors dac.d .ho man lUemeu. of f 1 ^ "' ^ ^ )�' thos-e aha.rs m 1 he h u,ls of iney�;�' I-e**a tacupied in 1V'' which are wanUtl al (iraihi \ alle\ ai'i>iitn/at inn t�V lhe uiaehiiierv ')>'. i*(r _ Tuesda \, \luirh L't. That plio uiio'vteis have shown lt desire |o| humid d. "Th � t' P It a r  e\|itra.*t a neet lhe eail.v conditions oi \ he d'h � '"K ^oiiVnlm a ble" t roubl  m supply iofr bv the broader \ teW of p,tiV-i 0111 sv \U uii'nnivel svsti.n of copying i'ap-Ml- pivtllo � ltif*h seliool for some of both willingness ami a'diity to ^ tjtm. Uu1 _ t!)(, u{Tenders hav roundevl u]> by the iirinr.ipal. Th-: learn from her elder sisters at lhe culprits possessed themselves of keys time whtn those Iohsoiis ma> nu.rtt t�'. a lob up. Host of wor'i j;u\rali toed. Hesidence-S( holloa east. of (.'otirt House, en Parents l{oad. plain duty of the l^thbrnl^e is t, return a worthy successor Th, the Ihictor is pn 11 vr, n cold. The CalKiiry IK'raht, tlio lead-j U,'M , rfan of tho Conservative, party j mati, 1 �b/ouffhly^ faiiin 1 mi�^ in th.* pro|h�r at-ald lakes this i�c-Hilate th�* P,ctor. thalwnd also the |h-ople ,,f Alberta. sUny ui^' oi'^au of tne. i/ojiservauvo pun.v j "!� '-�!��--.- in lhe Province, doi�s no longer ive-.ms�ds of the west. u oKiiiVe thui uentlemuu as its leaiW, j alnlKy 11�'*1 and prefers tho abern.itive of real- teiition The Herat i�iiu that the pnriy is without u casUm to eiamratf a callable and eiithu^iasi'a* siipportdr of the tioveriiliieiil of which he has been a momhor. and oi the work til* which Mi..* lias h(,ma nil In norabt' part * s-o PAIP PINK INUKU iMtnTKST. ; are likely h.ad he is Itnnclt has nnnmne.d out i i in there wMl bssibly thr^�. in which thd Pa*s has a vital interest . One U. f0re ibsiJ.-rsin^. t ho -dele jute* uvo rous-in^ � h -ers to Tlu� King*. .\lr. Simmons and the chairman POW IK Ul\ *>UCK UF.NIKIV Mrs .h hn Al- interview yo-*-t he Chronicle, been any es^ I'hici!i't* Mar. h 1 1 \ nd r P||W ie, in au tt�rdav\ a*'Coi**lin ^ to delia*d t ha I Ihei e has , r, n 'euioMt bet we. ii herself ami Mr. ! �ow te. Hh  was much a Iter tot! �> t!ie publuh'd reports decbuintj ihat there' W..s n.i f0Undab;oii wllut- \or for them Ibr s par,.tion from factbui oi the party, and is tlob^? hini of them is a ^ neral coal mining uet, best to imhice the others to came a draft- of a bill for which h,s . eeti around t0 l�i� view point.. 1 made by Frank li. Smith, provincial "Hut Mr. Young is nn t?otfjft to coal mine iiispi*eior. Another is a step into the leadership \\Mhont,bi)l drawn in the iuteod. of thtnin-Koine oppos*itimi, dosplti* ii*b fact ors- and whiih prov.dcs competwtlt ion that Jiv elttitkd to SI.Atla a*- M>�>|x-m>.i-! sin-eifd*"! in placing thoir muii at the ttt.n fr,,m ill** empiovmu comp.Mty Thursvlay two trials wvi^beUI t'oie.nau. o��t|i of Wbatl weie illsttp tilled by the Frown aquas' Al. Mat/., oi iti-* (foh*maii liotei, for inr tritiK**ments of the lopior neeiiM* orj- Oinaace. '(he case** Wen* hell Id One Inspector t'atUK*s. of U*- U \\ . \\ P., ami �| usl'tee Jlisiiet\ , of Coleman. Tho Itrst ease was ior the disposal ot Injuor on Sojela... whah is jifoillbll esl Jioiils. oy the a>;*'Ul ol Mr. Mui/. P. Harris, of Mneleoil) and T. II. Muiiiu. tit Frank, at ltd as counsel for the deietahint, and put up it stiitiborii ieuul oaltle for li.vir OfUl. 1 h*' ca.se \\ as proserint d bv Corporal J. woo seenret! ,\ Sevenil rtatiles h *\Y� lo-n tmniion-J in connection with tho vacancy for the lieu*� a int-e/oVci noi>htp of No\'a 'Scot in. uiHsol the itw;th of tho 1 t i r hue Alfred tiilpin don-s, but lhe one ^niosi pt.au.ii nt ly spok. n of is Freil eriek A. Lawreriei.. y\. p , for C,,l-j� lu'Stec, N'oVa Seotia. air. Lnivrenee j was at ( n* linio speaker of tho NoVa Scot'.a LeJisbiture. , Tho now Hallway Act re^ardin^ *;Ieciin' i:adwa>s in Untarni. if adopt d i > tlte I eiMs-h t are, will re die e l he rates a t Pivjm nl clmt^.Ml o>> lie five suliuri an Imen f el Wivii 'Co root o and � ceil sole point h b\ i>n . I,hird. lor ijiMl-unc^. rale of HO cents, lu \. wm.rrki t, will be cut to about .V� t!4.||ts.* Ib.n '\�*u�* >lr!\lillnTi. the *'�i*and �old*-irruit" of Primv Fdwurd Island ; tuv>% ineial polnie*?. dhd at hW homo All DRAYING kinds of Orayinu and work dono proinptly. STRAW FOK SALK EARL KIRKHAM 1 tani KEAN'S High-Class Confectionery KKKSII a t \^ heal te\ river. . apsl SP years. conMciion, and t-he UeiendanL waj t n(, �,Provrmdal Treasurer and jim-.i ^ooaud costs, w-iiiih were payi csobrr:(j.siiml-r of thrown U�nds from maH- protest, ami a mH.ce ut _ a|�T , ^ lo ]fi,t7 uh(.I( ^ y%^{ (Vo|n i (lolit irs !?'to up 1,1 Ins rei irei.ient. Yukon Teri^l intt CiJun \\ has saM ami a noi a'e m peal i he s.'coml lr(al w�s la-id tor** tl.o ;.ame jmi^es. anl whde |,niy. ; > ei s 11 ur i is nn. i .u ,i run ai'U'd toi I n ) a�eiiv*�.i, the pros'iMit imi was run*' am i. .1 b\ I'tdic. ipai" fi.-r hits:.and. ^ he suul, was due entirety t,, i.'.s impair'd h *alth, and to it.i d.aueMic troubles Askeii if it w,.|e \ rue i t luti Askeii if had decided n /h .ii !'m\, -1*.- r.jditd. * I have *ast m> I, i won .lehu Alexander ittd shall sviaaui faithful to him to tl.a end o \PV1CK TO |>on,THY HA1SF.IIB head of the party, Hud th uv j� also tho Yoiinv; fuctiou. Mr. Yoi.it j kept, his men iptiet tKdore tbe* el(^*th n. but since that time their hostiAty to .Mr Hennett has become mora pronounced, and they make knawn, *witii no uncertain sound, that they are to. of the opinion thut hid Phe advice uf ast Inr lot with Powie's lolioWerH j Mr. Young boA�n folio V**d u f�e list electiiU. thoie w^mild 'll.iVo l�.***u a d life rent result. '�If th.' Huth*r�V>rd flovernmeni ii' the Cmiservative party To pull the party out of the political soop into i whiih it was lort by t�he flojtv��ry ^lo \ W P.do\ , the poultry expert. alio wa- pidi'e at the pmutry aauw ind spoke ai the Fanners Institute nieet.n^ a lew lu-fle* a^o, ohers some idvae to pfopie ^laitino in Hie pwul- i i\ bu^iiK-H i. He f-u.vy- i lhe la t thin; I uouM do e; to' wain p. i�p!e who are inex|�era*n� ed, ! j^aoi t ;*o.jj!; jjjto M�e business on 111 la ive m lt'.: ;.U at once. The first *eur a 'nun 1 .lotibl not kei-p more; than fin \ �.r one hundred birds linn, af? he rots io uirdertA. nd the work, Ki bun incret:s.� ins ytocl; until be get.s perhaps n thoua.nd. aiia.ii i:. iinm^h for.anyone to lii,d' le, and will lo.piito two or three, .icivs ol ii round. Type, hi rain mv 1 sele*-On n are the pa^sword.^; to nuc-ess n j�oultry rais'iiM. You c;nnst mouth Uocl- r,. Orping * tons or Wyandot tes. can Ih� liaudlel ..aceshfully. all of them 1 ein; hardy, i|Vie,ice of an uH>iruiK>oiinff lawyer, jood layers. t.nd ��it;d me a pro- iH a iu&t and to accomplisb |t Jin ei s. Mixol prain. o its, wheatj ;tn I barley, ^lioald bo h d in the or-. I i n a vy w a.v. a nd tb t'4�e w� vk s I .of ore the birds are to bo killed ibey should The bill al?o juovhIcs that a miner incapieitaud �s the in salt nf an ae-citlnit in'a mine, shall Ie eut.tled to receive fioiu the employer, fifty per cettL of his average vvaf^o. w bib' Hum inexplicit absL A eoufo'tnoe Ma?; held at Coleinan In st Week between t ha CeplcS *nt^i t.i\e Hoveiuaie it his il,- cid.'.l to tut. out all lobby n^. It tbat !.** iho c.tse. h'dmontou will U* pr�ib- ably the only capital on thin ct.nt'.n i nf where the ioldiyiM Pi wholly out. of an occupation The elevation erf Dr. L d DiA'eber to lhe Cuna-diaii Senate, naets with the hearty approval of to;* many tennis''in this section on both sidea of the political feme Pr. pe\ eber bur; alw|i>u taken an active part in Western politic;), and has b*v*n u whejd-lmi*-** m the Literal party lor years. There is no inou Indter poM el on tha rtW'ds of the west, and the weHi wilt always bad an netiv, w.ick-w irue friend in ScJhiior tie \\. her - Pbtlrmore Tiuu s>. So.ofih ' to er." II.it i'.eld h\ il n . ba\ e * ui, ,v. fM'lf f,,r Me- W.itia' p..led ive Ptper, This case was for the disposal oj iiquor by wliolesal* contrary toth^ provtstotis of the litptor orumiitaesj ;n this case many line Jee^ii pomtrj wore disciissoil, uml except ions token to parts of the e\i letico prtAjiUNO In) hi all sides. The prjiaijial witness b>i] Ute Crown was Aiatile itunis, a woai-. an of* tin* red-light divtiuet, who, atj Ule sitj^vst ion id lb" justice Hiokl . adwiuiai'e of iho Canada ,e\idcne.-|l,M"' lt act. 'nvis easo was ^bscusswi at. *'>' miner; length, unit the pidt^-s reservi^l i la.drj i wea llu-r jmt^nent on t hi� case aid il i*�*xt; \ poudi nee. ween J'lleM* eases ap]MMl to lie but: j 11|( t fte>|d'a the foiv- runners �,f M*ni^iHoiial and;, leuv.Hiy heal battles -Mhilrmore I'iiuea Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Orang'es. Lemons, Figs ancl Date^ CKLKHY AND ({()()!) MRIOAI) if..-1st nanie. a ''rammak-ii ml ]�aw�->ii ril.M-1 auotht r purpose. Hat field will \ i^j('. Haws.|| il.^s s-oson, and fi'ofit the top uf a nan nt.iin by tin* jsv "if i hi lii ic'a ts be wilt eiulea\ or to secure rental's oi the to'tal S*J.o>:iu: in n'lk'uil eorros-phtuer,.!-K. Wo Hurvo hoi u*n tuu\ cnki�; also Jcv Cn*nm i*vt�ry Sattinlny. J. W. Kean &Co Op]x>situ J*. (). Tbono 98 i! 'It UKIU TO A MILLION is i uii.ui. I that Hod P.H.r is to l|4\e t wo. more shftittivd bunks. fsaac titiiblJis. a dumburmnti, of Frank. Jost hi/* way in the bu>-h and _ uM.Ullo; badly tii�/en. Ll�% -M�L ' fMieie wdl lea htton; shop, of \ieuue, France, is quite, ill, utvdjw'iih bilheiH. plafnerH and all re-pits- Mrs. Ta^ch.r, mother oi Mrs. Pavis, ! and juster of the Professor, has v***'*i ' tetaliiig him during his illness A week afco Mr aiid Mrs Davis received word that. Professot* Chasseleii hati made ids will in favor or Mr. Iktvts The Professor is one of the best known nternU'tirs in Franco, and is also tins possessor in' a largv estate. His wealth iti optimal.�( at over u million dollars. Mr. Pavis iy, a well-known business man. He came beta in !H7i ftvtii (pie^we, und has been in business uinra J880 Ho is a bi^mlau of Senator T. O. Pavis The lil'WK of the gsnrtj foi'laae oi Hie Prince Aiberl fauiilv has ctva-wd quite a little sensation, but Mr. Dav-is iake.i the new;, with little cmaern ire mudUner: kc/.t:ma, Ti!:rn:�f, salt nnv-:in itch. IHVtS WUlt.M. HFdtPKS, iLvimKus* itch. AH af th*-e diseases " a re ' a * * ended by "inters.-, iirhoi^, which is almost iu'slaiii l> ( relievedj by appl>in? Chamberlain's Sal\e, and by it>i coutiiiUnd use ii permanent, cure may be affected. It has. ia bpi( cured many cas*�s that bi.d ies'is\ed''1 other treatment. Pine I*."* ceids per box. F*>r sale by all ilrii�;t,ista* .i..!. ---- ill i 4^ * -^ for. pro M Nominations,wcrp.then called who iv the 'folio Wing nantes were posedt"~ ~"" � *�' � ALD OLTTHm^Dy IT- Yonn W C H,iamonB-Hy Dr. it. C. t iUTfc* ^^^^^^.^n^^^,4^�^*^-----* DK f'M. IL UlVKIvS Ofaymondi- Dy n.ljii. McDuff�o. t f dOI-lS: lmVCJS^Uy.. Dv. Oalbraith. Kacmcantl'idate wan five min uictf t� addre^ ihi Icon*ontjohi'  1 ^.f.-V Wm. [Oliver apala^i/inL:for. not.. being a public speaker, but declared lu ha4f^W^rfaW^Vmn? ~ ad vocuto of the town and district, and havator; or an hour�. or the.Y ma.v In ^ivru j t lit.'lit feed 21 hours I ei'or*' killin .nd water 12 hours labor. Tho waterj iInn tie.-.us the bowolH, but on tho. tvholo it is �afer t o'completely �tiurv4,1 �ht? birds for ad bourn. Killn*; may! io dime either by diwb cat.in^ tlm| atck at the jo nt ronnectn n wit/.i the head, or by cut-tine; the jugular vein inside tlut moutli with a kn'fo or; dieai'h. lii' the east we flnd it. J>otu*r to una the latter uu t'liod. us tho blooil Im then Lvkt n from the bird ivithout ivmoviiiR tb* head, and Uim; leaves it flir-tJ^ht. . o Tho Alberta .Hotel, KdmVlnnipo� company for Mr. Young will not-d ult Hu? aftsiht-l . . ance he can get from the * lirath null In mil- hist isKUe We chroUiclM h.. bruH*n "f Alliurta aper man, w|io . to know what ho is talking ab^uL when ha nay� that tho Calgary Herald no b nger ackivowlodLxw11 IL IL -DennoU- am, tho loader of th� Oonmrvtillve ivtnnunt In Al- All!! nppninud to Hut h..nor. we � UUrt1to the Poctor our most ln.arty eon* known the r�n*I have watched ItiN pblita-al life with inPr-oM. Althauuh ho has alwa,v� l^vu a Killing party tuna on tha f/dka*ul Hide, wa; have not bed that on every* occasion that his tha need** of the he would riso abo\e wluit Was t'ifchl, iN^UIHileKS of roUHo- C|titivri�'. We believe the n�w Hde man for the !inleroKt8 of all of Southern Al-[berta in Uu* couu.'ils- of Parliament. Mntiuod Oazotte. T-he .statehood bill was j�as^*l by the S-'iiate at WiiNhiuj*ton after having been amended by striking *>uv provisions for the admission of Now AlexU'o aod Ali'/onn. As these Lnvv (' the hill it admits only Oklahoma, || While a funeral was on its way lo the I'uion station. Toronto, u car struck the hearse on the broadside and so badly damaged it that the corpse had to be transferred Pi another hearse. The men who, were driving were thrown to the pavement ami injured, but not seriously. A great curionHy at Lanark Village, Out., is a baby which weighs j t 07 omu'eH. It is in jau'fect health, is |, lo auuill to tlresH, ami-Ih kept in-|� cased iti wadding, it is 'a girl baby, !| ta t'�l\Ml'tu u *" .CyruH Tuck. Crowds of poopto am j country demamleil. it.onMu((Uv viKjtit1|f t|||, ,n|