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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta :viving daily, among them are some of tlie |g5lOur Spring Goods are am,......^ , sjliatest and most artistic designs in furniture on the market. ||f Those wlio intend refurnishing and decorating their homes for ^Spriitg cannot afford to overlook'our selection. v ^ - f;*iTVfheii calling, .ask to he shown our neAv .and stylish designs in Oar-jHipets, Draperies ajid Portieres. YOtJR CBEDIT IS GOOD D(>imiiioin Bidck .;Ph6Be n:___ ALBERTA OUTEnTERS Th0 Nominations V/heb the moeUng opened Mr. WJl" llamaop vgot righ'tii^aown to businsss laftfli-explUnlng Idr'MT. Hlglnbothtov's absence, (by oallingtldrnomintitionB. ; :;BV B. MeCarty was nonilnated by T. ;w. ,QuayIe aadsooondecl by ox-Alayor Oeo.-M. Hatch. ^ fvJtf^ Palmer wtwiidoaijnat'ed by Ohaa. Kerr and seconded- by 0. M. Mc-Oarthy. � � \S. J. shepherd was nominated by R. ISTEWAET HAD CONSERVATIVE^ NOMINATION ALL TO HIMSELF iCouunued trcm 'from pag*> � :.Civlc Official Presided : s;Ki'Pa^dsonj..wlio has.been.preal-mtiofjthe^ local Conservatire ksaocl-ISSjfo^itifo,years, istepped dova^ put jjth'at-jseat after passing a few compll-' fijjihr remarks about his great fam-llpnrniil/and City SoUteitorBaU'wlU lde..thedeatlneB of the :party for: tij^^:4::He; Vlii^rlsfee: thitev^r^ d|^^;,|T?em.; t-rte'd:. and,, truii;^^ |a|%hi^ for;'b&^yifia^^ 5|\^f^JK6vin';;g6t:,'sidetrack ttlJhesfc thai'was comlng.Jt^^ hei^i�}e^reBidenc!i^ss'^vis�^ .^aasfenor-mistake tabbitt the ,Leth|.rldge, l^ttfflB-staco'J^thbradge has e'ranr'or- Mii^ ''olheir,leUo-r;!i?B; ^11" l It's a: great" "Dig: 'biIm'^ 'r '^"^'"^'' ' ' - � iis^Viiiiprofea; Ws; -a^ _rhL^he says he is fltiU; Ji^e^^ he lets up on the l.hbuse to say his UtUe.bit slated.the Herald for what he termed the|r "misrepresentation of facts." He sfddv  the Herald made base appeals to British Justice and fair plax and to: take ,*no, Stoclt in thA "Crahbe street RagfVvHe.saidftfie Herald's re^ to.i^^^^ land-titles ofHce was a barefaced attempt^ to buy the people of Lethbridge with' their own-money. He advertlsfedvtlie Herald extensively to thehiTige - I ' ^:Et^es^ept-^Sl^.S. Ball. �SVia9 .uI friendly auaienceSWJ rtfeMinsji^d^yef^^^ iS^efef Tffi'i majiy jSf 'the issues ol-" thS dasrjleayingjthemito IJeaaer^^^M i.ana,4teaBiiiB.W&g;ofiEdmoiUdniWhbiWili �ib*t^*.^iMbtsi^dfi^ haditoenpii/tH^imiestlons; of ;the dayf ana tliigilftttei''tb^ls3n*air ahont the �;".......t aatji-fli&goirernm iHiade fiup'iot i^bmesM^ 0^ei'&.:wi�0;!arewalle^arfibalsiSbecauB th^y did not see ^e to 9ye,wiih"#very-thlng the gbvjrnmeht did.' , 'S'iA IBand^of Seven" " ; ......We,.,as a.....'band' of seven,' are jtMngly;in; supptirt^oI-rXeaaer M ener,t' �l^^,^*�li^ire^^tMat If."^l^e 'were j�ieet^,.^aepe..',^^oai5^'i^^^^ at ^t|he, ,hea'd; ot; tie? gOjVenmebtiin*^ nessi n&fc whjojIjW^^ liess^, admfeJstiarBiJn^o^^^^^ of IhigProiiiinoeiC^ the^ preBettg?^vornment'{has not'dom .jdb,inyM�?y/and .^*^l,.siAr.a*Ki: .|:vfl^|3f^7fweii*ivtf?no::?i :W]ti6^Jhf:|monei^i^^^|e^^ .^)^'8lpen|iS:.'Wieni-|fie>M JwbfliB.s-Jaisked'ivfofljJflBpJq^ titles;i0fflcw.:Ii�8feed-where they were ito belo'caledis^iHeftold me that had not hoenAdeoid^dBiujiOn. J asked Jf any Liberals-nominee^ In these elections �could say that if he were eleoted'he couldigefc :one of the ofBces for his :cbMltaency: A'gMn - the, answer Cwas j;No.*i~ r dp not ;think it makes one jot of dilterenbe who is- elected f rom this elected to land one for thl� city, for I :bity,.'. ih:?spife:^bf VttieSsiBifrt^e^^ liiberal frfends thii'a'^iyberaK^ helle^e iwe ;w;ill)get one anyway, for;; vire.,can:shpiiy,,,\s-^^haveVthe^^^^^^ support it.  �The .eity of tethbridge is the only clty'lnftbe .Provinpe-toVput ^%as;Nervous ' i'/ .oyTDavidsoifitboK^ ^wr^Kby get8'-tfll�li.g Ker,'''but somehow hp jiii^\ia"8t;'nlght"'";;His bb'thWhim.' ThelS8Jority ho had before, '"""--^^y'o'i'nastif things auout '^%%m^lliv- Lethbrid^i Dj^'^iewlalrt^waB aJBghtor, att'eiop^--Svhether on the �""ifi&.^Jftorbsse fleliiigaiTd The "Iniquitous" Bill The speaker thenanybody, hutswhenaiasKea^t^SsiarfeVson vfpr.extending MJe'obnsflfuelfty the gotifwas'tuafc we :were\applyirig forra charter for; a;/tramwayj'to iconnect rail toese places to the cityv and that^thei interests-were therefore' identical; *It was the.'flrst; time J 'iad -ever known; a city was represented ;by tramways rather than population;"'^.!  ' ' V Referring to the >k^^ o�,theProvlnc6;EDr;:^tewart said that bte^ 'Boraen governi^ntiiiad nbiman^^ date: to turn :them;oTet to'the Province and until the-people of the.'Erovinee �how?diby SB election that'ith'ey dealr^ ed:them,to>he;handIea by the;Province, Borden haa no right to turn thjim over. He, went back 'to 1909; /quoting state-menfcsjbjr-liiberals4p show'that they did ;no't want the'^rebources then," and It^was theretore:a joke'tor the government at Edmonton to pasB ^jesoltttiouB bensurlng the - Borden government for not having turned them' over\l)?fote now. I ' . . t , - Has His Hopes In conclusion he'said'that he felt sure, of vicWy arid: looked to see the oomblnationr'at (Edmonton broken Up, declaring that ..three bf the members of the;cahinet, Hon. jjir: McLean, Hon; iMr;'^Boyle and' Hon; MTi^Stewart, had passed-a vote of censure on the Ruth-erfbri � government-; back - in 1909- In connection'with .the' Waterways,'caae, although' Hon./ Duncan Marshall and Hon: 0. Wi'Cross werfe then members of'the cablnet';and'are:i today:*: He hoped :th�?. campaign � wbuia '6b clean one'entf welcomed the ^advent'of candidates from ail parties in the field, The meeting brtke up with the.cheers of the old guard and all went home. B. MoArthur andBBconaed by H. E. OaUund. , ����:�.', . J. O, Jones was, nominated by S. .1; Shepherd and seconded by J. R. Palmer. � , , !>;:,:>,�:. ' Messrs. Palmer and Shepherd withdrew and Mr. McCarty was called on toiiddress the convention. He proved a:-pleasing, fluent speaker, and expres sed his great appreciation of the honor paid him. He wks proud to be i a liiberal and never*.prouder than when called on to support the Sif ton government,; which hadifplaced more; pr6-gressive legislations: in the statute books than any;-other' provincial government. The legislation in the.;: in: terests of the miner; mechanic, farmer and business man :was of the moat advanced character and right in keeping with, the demands' of the people. Mr; McCarty also paia^Jtfibute to the veteran federal chieftain and concluded by saying he wouid^announce hif!i ae; ciaion as to contesting 'the nomination after hearing thei other candidates. ^ Mr. Jones Speaks ...i'^/:;::/: Messrs; Shepherd: and Palmer withdrew and Mr. Jones was. called upon. His reception plainly showed that he was the popular candidate, air^ Jones, after exprisssing, � his appreciation of the honor paid; him, announced, that he had been unanimously nominated by the Labor Convention, but if ;.the liiberala endorsed^'him he promised to give the government'sujvport in^all worthy legislations iresefving the ri^ht to adhere to hia>^^pleages made to.ith'e'' �vl..-..=i..'itt-.-:f,-ii;r,.. �Tmjos,;'aaid' siltuatlon south iOf ''Galgarjr ana pre-aiqted that sevsn^eigtha of the representation in the next-house would-be lilber^'l. Deallhig Wit^; the;opposition' criek of woe about'the finances, 'Mr. Qiiayle charged thai while there waa much walling on the stump the opposir ties had not divided the house on the esbimates and only made one vktok. They wanted to knowv where :the money for road^^and.bridges was 'to 'be spent, but did hot oppose the exp'endi^ ture. He drew attention to the fact that while the whole otprogreaalve, rapidly developing Alberta orily.,8pent about tin millions, the City of ,Ed-monton this year was going to spend about thirteen mililoits on,capital ac-count alone. Dr. Stewart's Falling Dr. Galbralth'.oalled on and delivered; a {pleasing^ Bpeech.r He said the old]saying th|it;.tbo^e:.whom the gods would destroy - they .first made mad; was. never abetter'; exemplified than Jn,. the attitude .jof ;?the Conservative oppdsltibn aiid' press .during the past session of the legislature. One read the Tory; press ^ in vain for a report" of what: haDiJened in 'the legislature. There were-no reports of the progi'esaive legislation' being enacted. 'It ,was all hidden^ In foolish stories about rows; and crislses which never existed; The fact waa the opposition and'Its'Jress wei'emad-Trmad thai the leglalatlon was 'SO' good .they could not attkck It. �i)r.' Gail)raith; said he 8TIJEAM^-QV^'WAS^^Ni) �Was4v'''2*^*'^�'^' mlIlion_trout"f5y:w'tli be placed in tihe streams ;ot,'fSp*>kan6 countythis sprin&v ithrough,5ith&.. erforts.1, of:,i th.e Eastern .Washington Fish and Game nBsociation'iua. County: Game Warden: R. B. Wales. ^ : ^�:^^ ^ Already ; abounding in. game fisii, v^e waters .in'.this section will be made the favorite, rendezvous in the west for anglers. Last year the county Btreams-'were.vatooked with 942,000' small troutf::that Tnttmher b^lng ai record upi to itbat time; It is;;eBtimated that hetjyeen'' 10 and 30 per- pent; of those f Isti ore nowalive 'and,weigh at least a pound �each;:. -" : To provide for future, replenlahlng of the ^streams th^'sportsmen's aaaq-clation; Is looking about'to apm'chase a lake in which to; estaibliah a hatchery of duchpropoiitiona as to ^provide 20.000,000. :fish;annually. This accom-plishedi they propose to amend the laws of Washington so as to permit fisbing the year;.around. ; � : Witha large-hatchery avallaible the I fiah will he k'ept;there until they have ------ , attained'autticient growth-to insure was a persohal friend of Dr. Stewart, a, | hardiness and increase their hut he thought hia friend in his attl-> ^ - - honor o'f prl^ntlpg it beeaenaojaifecUbyleyery, board of irade almost In the South and the government (c^nnQt'i^fip by." SAI) STOPPED,JJPTROM .CATARRTT, OPEN AT ONCE 'tlnaiant." tlje nqStril?; peuoWea'and heals'tW'l .^ffJirSat-, ittflahiBd. awpl'.en , membrane which p1�eKarflB�. Jlnes'the.noae.'Tieficl and.,throat;-clears fa-"*.!.c.,^ tlvB, ftlr passaew-stops nasty ^Is- '^-�^-^flk t^ltetdomis Tmmedlately... o'n-t 'lay avrak^- t6nlght;t StrUStgUnBI:, :iWJSatlto'^wIthijTieid"..stu�ed;.,e^^^ Sll'dogea / hJtwltlng: �i �rEhSr a cold. wlthiHKg'jFumnir:; s%oul "InucQUp flW�Blnif.iijjtosther.' ?IiS^^I||b1^^ disappear T A NEIGH li'abor Gonventlcih.xj Mr, Jones st^id' that if electea-^'hlS chief ambdtion, wouia be-to help 'hiiiia up a-i,vcfe�"e8-sive Lethbridge'. He said he did not feel any aacrificeTidf 8elf respect in' contesting the 2'riding' and would i do everything thiit wasrhonorable. to'swin victory, and felf'Confident df ;the t.e^J suit.': :'�:;; Mr. McCarty waas 6n his feet in an instant arid sat(i*Ullt while .heT'WOUld; apprecldfBkhe hoajfi^^ife td�?�Oi&MR? ;:'-:, tv.^::'::The::Ci-6w$'Cheeredv:':-^:.:^� ' ; 'Before,..the. chairman could; putiua motion the cji'nven^lo'n was on its'feet an^: tliree J^uslpji^ cheers'' and a tiger' wer^ ;glv'en twicfi for ;the^''comT.'[ In'l',member "for 'thi^ city.'^^i On inbtloni pf'Mr: McCartysand':his; mover':'.'the homination-was made-un'animbuSi and agailn^'the:- bfowd cheered; Mr: Jones thanked (ttie convention for the honor and said h6 had no doubt but,tiieiabor> men would apprefetdte'thibT ooffirtifintended,, their canaidme.''-'H'-^^^^ '�"::":';;;:'�&;:.:,'Workers^peak Short!;speeches Were then the.-order of the..night; and h!; .;B;;Ostlund. was first called on. Mr. bstlun'd.-Js one of sthe: orators of the i cltyi: and � in elo^ qaerit; language he paid tribute to ithe liberal government, and isaid; the achievements of the: Sifton; go.vern-;ment made a man iproud' of ihetng; a; 'Liberal;: He had: done k considerable campaigning in Southem^Alberta/ and he never entered a.fight�in'-better spirit than the^-preaent onei^'He'In; tended: to give every possible;.8p�re hour to the> Liberal  cause, v-; :�;..;',';: Still' Fftels Respectable ' ;: ' Mr.: J, R. Palmer said that although member of the-legal professionJhe stlllr retained some iself'^respecti and it"was a ,respeot which; epurred: him",to activity for-the Liberal partyj: (He had no_doub"t as to the taaue^bf ih'b .cam| pafgn If everyone dia-.liiBdutyl* " ' a Popular U^eralj. . \ , Mr. S. J. Shepherd: received .J^a^fina welcome and delivered 'av,flne:'addifeaB;: After expressing pleaaurd^atithenioiii-Ination pf Mr; Jones'the speaker dwelt for a few minutes on; the Bituatibn^at OtUwa and . paid .' eloaupnt'&llftite to-Sir Wilfrid Laurier'and hie gallaht baind'who :are'puttlng!np='thp,-',great,eBt fight'for a conetltutlonalJprJnoipffi'^^er,-waged:in'the �Bri�8h'6mpiW^*"'f'^*^^^^^^^^^^ ; Mr.fShepherd predicted that:the^gdVi ermrieni; .would withdraw -�theN-iiAviil: BlUViReverting to Provincialtl8Sit�8j? Mr. Shepherd dealt -with tlie'ma^qhin^l^l ;bill 'and tiie mines act, .showring-'i^li^r^: they would benefit the, farrmers'!and; minera of Alberta. Of the'machinery hill he said a prominent machinery It was one of the beat meaSui'eso^asBed man told him only laatv evening .;,thht by ;the legislature: and :wouia:;'.'U'ltir matply:: be so regardba' jbyilaU s:po^j? cemed. - --------- The elevator bill provides fof*,m&li tude; on redistribution was talcing himself a little, tdo seriously, "if was hard-i ly to ,be supposed .that Mr; Sifton re^ garded Dr. Stewart as such a danger-Qus^ma^ Lhajt.he introduced.rediatri-; hjjtibn with the sole object of legislating against one: member: .Dr. Gat-braith saild the mining camps were es-liential: to:;the?;development of Leth-bpfdge -arid'fhe' approved :"of- the new bpundaries of ;t;he riding: ^ > Diamond City  � ^pr.'P'Are,'6f DiamoriclvGlty, who is. an ';exceptionally .'pleasing' speaker, said he.hailedf from /that -despised, part of the country-which was thrown on an;unwilllng/Lethbridge. (liaughter); Hevsaid.riri Stewart's; attitude itoward the new.riding.-would lose him all 'sym patliy and he: would iget. mighty few votes north of the river. � x-After ;.the: .spflBOho.making �org�inlz-. "are bast tor nyr^^nt '"motherJ'because tWy d"6' not affeo' the rest of the, .' system. MUrtbutsut*.'^. 'a'box at yjaur druhlst's^'''" .1 ' S- -f V*.: NATioNAi. oauo �NB 0((�Mie�ll, ', CO. or CANABA, UMITtO. Itf even'Wore burdfcnsorao than would appear froill>:.tlio I,for the net' IndiO'ri- revenue, .atti sot. fot^h In; ,:the', budget statermeht, .^is; 635,0OO,0,(W .rupees, BO' that, the; ooBti-otthe'.'jamiy, 'instead ot being oJieTfburth of :tlie , revenue,is iKiarljrtwo-fltths.  ; ' In the same way 'Cape Golpny and Natal contribute '"810,000 rupees : annual!'y to the mairitenanco ol..; tli& British naVy which General Both'a de-� ' scribes. iranKly.;as'.''a drop in. a bucket ot water.'' . ;,-i-:';.'.'-;- ;.:�; ,.'�) Thus, concludes,the.,atate8matt,ev.eni. thocmwlest sum of IjOOOiOOC rupees,. , which /represents India's' direct naval ^?cpendi'ture, -exCeedS(.that id' South Africa, whose, entire la only ,5,400,000.rupees.outof..a federal reven'iio of, 10P;p00,0po rupees.' These facts show ;i)hat'-whe'n:Indla esc-.. p^ndB. two-Ilftha ot her revenue on her arpy-V shells .making aaorlfices to wHibli'no. British colony can oSer anyj npproabhin^ parallel. " Chances' of ,:aurvivlng,, fif least' until; the.'subceaafurangler catches them oft their ;guai*d." 'in. the past most" of.'thei fry:,, have-,hean,>p,Iaoed In the- � streams soon afttS/. leaving; the.leggs: :.';''- The;Spokanc River will receive a large propdrtiori^bf'thei 5,000,000 fish to he distributed tills spring... Fisher-, men's; efforts.-;.in.this_river have'heen liandsom^ly'rewaraed ;ln> past year^^ andv'it;la- nbv.unusual.alght-'toisee^thft river Mbanks sWithip,^two - blocks; iof the huslneSB/heart dotteiwitlh; followers of la'aak -Walton. ". ' * , \ ..Railroad *' companies are ' devoting much:' attention, .to; ye'xplolting; ^fishing advflhtageS|in'. their terrltoryi-.aria:; the Ebstern, Wftshiikgton Fish ana Game aaaociation; Is^.furthering.;. theiri-work by.-eaucatlng'.the publlC;fin the con. seryaUon: of,' fish.; ana- gape in., "the Spokane .country. -.^ �- �; -,;, flFC:lfl.&ST.P. IVIAQNATBft OF RAILWAY WORLD WILL B6 IN SPOKANE ON ' ^ '^july 4th :( pose atio.ri,. .*wa8'.':ej(?ectedj. and good strong wofkerB'.plaeBd'In charge ot the-several committees. .The' gathering closed with  ringing cheers tor Laurier. and Sifton, and for the-candidate, and by singing th6 Na-tlonai Attthenl. - -%�.. Before the conventlohtjhe City Bind plSyed?ti%um'l)Sr' of,'8el6ctIorife on the stree\ " " ' - ' The Liberals enter Jhis. fight with a determination to win.' ., was /buried alive. . . ' vCalgars>--Mai'^v:27v'r-T^6s;: Watson, a la'borer,''was .WuriM'aiive In-a gravel alide'In;the.'pitRv;of the,Gonaoliaatea Agencies, on the'Maoleod trail: -Watson was shBVelllrig gravel, and 'was unaiwnrc of the slide until it was too late to escape. , ' . The Canadian -. Gazette announces ;the > incorporation-; of .the i Canadian toondike Company, bf Windsor, with a capital stock of ?8,000,000. piles cured in 6 to 14 days Your druggist will refund money if PAZO. OINTMENT fails, to,cure any iu.u case:,of Itching,  Blind, Bleeding,,or revenue of Protruding Piles in 6 to ?14 days.v Mo. pees. As ENOUGH MI PA '. .Spokane^, Wa^li.4��the nfeetlnt'of'B&e*^^^ The outlay'invested,'cdntmueS'the. b . , / Statesman, is approximately 300 - \j,3^^1 ^tlon/^mhrace* membe*s,: ,000,00ff.rupees annuallF^shich, la ad^, - 'iunicipM>.�'-d � �* .; Ci, Wmlted. 8.' [' White Mountain, Man., March 28.- Slim Kavit-/., a Gralician farmer who lives. 14 miles southwest',.of..';bete; went to the bush'to get a load bf rails for his stable.: ^While lobkirig iround he saw a dark object moving^ and thinking it might .he a be^r, he fired, The object fell and gping.Jo it ,t'heiman:was'ihorrl8ea;''t6'-find-he-M^ shot a 'neighbor, Mike Jfavoski. Leav-ing the body'wbere it .was,,the-j-oung, maoi, � accompanied by'-, his > %s)Xa�tA came into town last evening .and gave 'himself. up. He ds .'completely' ovei-, com? over the tragedy.' ; : Hon. Adam Beck Inftmn^d the-May. or''bf Hamiltpn thai;' fhei','pric^,,'ol Hydro power' would be reduced to needed competition and would prov big boon to the farmers:?i.':Mr7*-s'liep-herd also .reterrea'?�tO''':fthe=:mlheii*a;ot and said;that:the'canai'dte:;.W^^^^^^ able to tell the riding -of the"vgifeat'; benefits conferred �bri^':theSt(>li;pa';p!wbijrd'' prove a great, help to tlie' iriinfeillMi;r a boon to the merchants. ..... 'ftjC'^'^L ,; Mn.Alford, presWent oi.jthQjT^i'aes anfelj'abbr :.{ibunbfli'twaai;:; spectator-and .on''belri'|::ca)led|4KWi he,l;wj)uld',rip.t::iriakel 'iVailMS^ ' madev no:;i;iplBtakbw5teena^r Labor ,5Silna(aate,- ;'' f j'sfe oreanlzitjon}''Hviji^^^^^ ^jtoiyibeyppaad'ahui. He revl^wea' m Demands Chmce, ^empimg ; qOur Meats rmetmdmand^m^^ thing we seltivas grown in Southern Alberta, is bought on the hqof, and: is fresh killed. The test of ^ality ' ^ ismetfromiiffhnslk^ . ^'^^^^^ YOU MAYmfASjWELL:! BEST^IT WILicOST tOU\ MO.i 'V,i'/'J ' JuV\>'^,'^'mhone405 3?^:y-;�3tSf;:':3�?p�pSy^^ �M ^^^^^^^ ' I 3i ili liW^flSi^fl?lilli''!�S^�MwiSpl - - jM^^SBi � ;