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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r-6 KM 1 ^1 sS'l DR. P. w. TULLER THREE CANDIDATES IN THE HELD. PKYSICIAN AND SURGEON ! liETHBRIDGE drnM^OrerOtt'i Barber Shop. ;llMtBS>-10:3n to 13:00 noon; 3:00 lo 5:00 1^ m ; 7:00 to 8-30 p. ni. ' OffletNlKbt Belt and Telephone Nominations take place on Monday and the Elections on the day be fore Good Friday. .9IMMONS 4 BENNETT Barristers ril 'J, iiiul till- i-loclum loit iliivs laliT. on Aiii'il ' 12. I',. -N. Iliii'inliothniii is tho ru-I ui-iii?iif �)n\ccr. I hive tniv.liilnti's aru in tho liolcl dow. W. ('. Simnioii.'i, l^iljcrul; A. E. IvolTor. ('i)iis('rvtiti iii il I. 11. Shoi-inan, Labor. Hiini>g tho iio.vt Ihroo \V(.'olhl. oi |{n\nioiul, woulil ruler I ho hold as a fourth cuiulidnto, hill as far a.s tho llornUI oaii loarn, thi'ii? IS no louiulation i"or the ro-t poi'l. I tio Cons >rvativos iiominsjlul A. E. Kollor, the �\voll-knowii larnior, at a c-oiivoution last Frithtv ni)fht. W. C Ivas was toiulL'ri.-il tlK- nuiuination lull ah.solutolv roiu.scd to .staird, slat in^' that hss law l)Usiiios.s rcfuiirod his close nttont'ion it. i j-it timo. Ilowovcr. he i ) t.xl nt >C iiML-^l outhiisia.xlic over hold in ili.striot, and signifu-d. to tho fiillost dogioo, t:ho intonlion of the laboring moll to l)C roprosontod in tho Albor-\ix Logislnturo. .)no'. W. Howhrook, who occupied iho ohnir, oponoil the mooting .at S.viO In o .short tmt s|)ic,v addre.ss, .Mr. Ilowtn'ook pointod out the no.c-o.s.iity of a labor candidate contost- .Shoi'inan stood jn tho intcivslN of labor. � Mr. Evans also .rWicuIoil the lia[iors of tho I'inchor district for their tinfnirno.ss in not laying the case of th. m. Telephones 41 and 53. F.H.MkwrUBN W.S. Galbraith 1 propo-sed jhe name of .las. yandham M. I). C. M. � M. D. C. M. 1"=^ ""'i'' candidate. Mc claimed tha ' ' ' .' ' ' I i they could join hand.s with the labor -�~~~*"" I men and fight the influences domin �ant in tho Liberal parly. Messrs Drs. DcVebcr & Campbell l^olierty ami ICean strongly support led Air. Ivos' nomination, liut Fred Phj'sicinnB and Surgeons. i cnck ir. Ilnrnes and .un.'.s .b.l I [coinCido with t.he.r nrguinvnis, point - I ing out that i\lr. SamHiani havl "gav Mr. KolTer. \\ Mc nominattil, but Gnulunte Northveatern University Dental School, Chicai'o. Office-Ott Block Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. PiJOP. Lethbridge, Alt^L C. B. BOWMAN Beal Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Marriage LiccflMS Issued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N W.at of Post Office Barnes & Go. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Offkc-SecoBd Floor Soatbard Bkck Pest Olface Box 3 TelepbODe No. 122 James MacdonaU ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rwlpjith Street. LETHBRIDGE, ALTa! Cottage Sanitorium Hi^h River Open air cure of Consumption Terms, including niedicid attendance, Sit) weekly. Terms, incliidini Macliinery Webber > and Adams WiiKons *.* ; Canada Carriage Co.'s Buggies. Etc. X J. F. RODCER3  'Phone 63. Manager. would not allow his laino 1 i stand. Mr. KoOer was enthusiastically grootod when ho announced that he 1 would accept the nomination. lie " criliCi-SKl l.ho Liloral |.>iirty, and de olarcd lluit Canada wns vlominatt?*! r bv a groii! polilical combine wrth I hearli(iiariors at Ottawa. The Lil:�r i al's object, was to conlr.il ft-v .crnaienl. not onl,\- oi tho '.iiii en iMit oi tho I'l-ovinces as well. Mr rColTor wns strongly of the opinion tiiat more fanners were needed in the ' Ixitfislaturo; they had enough lawyers alronclv. llis exporii.'iKC as an irri , gniion larnior ho folt wouid ' o I tip nil 111 jiromoting much nei."ilci.t irri ! gallon logislal^on. Jli'. Keller holds his first meeting iot the caiiii>aign h. re tomorrow , night. Iho conveiiil 1(111 was prisitUtl ovc , bv .Mayor Jtogers. 'I he lolbnvmg resolutions wei' adoptt-d: I Tlim this convention urges upon I iho Alliertii tiovornnient the iniin(.^l iiato adoption ot legislation in tho 'nature cil a "Workmen's tJomiJOnsa-Itioii -Act." similar to the l.iij^ish ;.\cl. save in so far as conditions in : the I'rovince rcijiiire changes in the iiiilorests OI em|>lo.vees and employers. 1 That (ho Allierta ' Oovcrnment i.'.-houUI, without delay, establish at iLotlibrnlgo a  Kegist ration Odice for the ivgi.slering of chattel incilf.a|,c.s M.ills oi sale, etc., aiwl should a| lioinl a dopiny dork oi the Supreme Vourt here ' lhat this convontion einlorses the priiiciplo nt public own:'rship of piib-, lie Iriinebises, and ospoci I'lv i  j^es ilio iiniiioiiialo adoption by the Oov-; einniont ol Alberta of such logisla-iiion as will enable il to own ami : control the trunk telephone lines oi the ['rovinco. 'I'liat. this convention heartili' endorse the stand taken by R. L. lior-(lon. M. r,, lor clonn politics That, this convention, recognising iihe 'innienso iiiiportance of the Hoot 1 ougar Industry to our I'roviiice ein-il)halicallv urge upon the Alherta , Oovornnicnt tlie .necessity of gr'ia'..i'.ig � such ais.sistance in the way of bon-; us to this industry as will enable rt I to compete, succe.ssfully with the pro-iiluft of the cane sug'ar refmeries That the Mechanic's Hon Ordinance should bo so amended that better protection ):e afforded vhereund-lor, and that the procedure lor en-! forcement of liens he made inore i Kimi)Ie. i That this convention regrets that i in tlie first speech from the Tnt'onc I no mention was made by the Alber-i ta fJovcrnniont of its indentions con-i corning the Hudson's Uay Jlailway -A. IC. Moore made a splendid I.speech in supporting the iyeet sugar i resolution, lie irniirossed upon the I convention the great importance of this industrv.. In tho United States lue ifi some lost per acre to !s50 and .SI00 per acre. '1 here were 1 similar possibilities here. Our lieeta I had actually heen jracticully inotarilt protection. In order to kill 'oil roiiipot ition hero, ihey pay 1 freight all the wnv from Vancouver j through the miuintains, ami then sell [ n't less thnn their Vancouver prices HATCHiNG EGGS FOR SALE White ......^ Plymouth HtHik�, �a.ftO per 13 . In 1905, ut the Lettibridgo Poultry Show, my ' tiircia won Iwt cockerpl, let and 2nd hens;, In 1906 lai- cockerel, 1st and jJnil hi?n. Special best cockerel' any , breed in show. A. K, HCMPHBIES. I-whore they have to iiieol. the coni-j petition of tjio llavmond lactory. I  \V. C. Ives supported the rcsolu-' tion lor a Workmen's Coiiiricnsation Act. He said the Engli.sh law had ; been found by both labor ond capit-:al to be the best solution yet t'ouad. It had .lessoned strikes, ji.*:j'notod ; more n'onerous iivatment. iro.-n c.'|i-: ital when labor was iniured, i.>jMod ilaw suns, and had been a liDi.-'ll; i� I uidiistrv as a whole. It I'.iiil- been lailoplod Ml llriti.'th 'Iiil'iiiibia �ith ' lionoCicial .osiilts. 'I'he I! i;-.j.i:i Act , provi'dos for arbitration .uMi an i p-I peal to the courts. Iho convoii'l ion named the following as an eveciitive coiinnittec:W. C. Tvos (chairman), M. V. Canon, Hish-op VanOinum, .A. E. Moore, Hobt. Livingstone, W. II. Hipley, K. Murray', E. Adams, Cieo. Ilogors, CI. If Johnston, Wm. Salvage, or, W. Ifamilton, D. J. (ie laboring man to latform of the I'rovinciul Highlcrs, and ivad n' iiiiml)er of resolutions pas.sed at their oiiNontion. lie wns satisfied if labor men woulil leave their cause in Ins hands, it would sulTer no wrtrng.' Phe cau.sc of the laboring men was just niKl necessary. The farmer and the laborer are the backbone of this or any other countr.\-, and their irriovaneos should 'be justified. the candidate, chosen was then calleu. and took the platform amid vociloroiis applnu.so. In o|>ening his address, Mr. Shornian wanted to state emphatically that his object in coining to l.ethbritlge was not to acipiiro political honors. lie is not u resident of i.4!thbritlgo now, but if honored , with tlio election, he would move here. The issues ol tho present election are not the same as (hose of tho elections in November. In this contest the fate of the Rutherford Oov.-jrhiiient wns not at stake. iVi want to educate the class tb which we Ix'loiig, and tho. proper place is in  the political ""loUl. He did not comi; to Woslerii Canada to beconio a labor leader, i'ar ji.sivion and the position of any labor leader ;s too often misumlerstood. .It was said lhat the labor party had ^|lo policv or iilhtl'orm. It was also stated that if a man like the speaker was sent to Edmonton he 'would bo of little u.so to those whom he i'e|)ivKoni.':, as his party i.s not in power. '.Hie grievances �.' -.ho labor Mien have to l;e fotight Wforo 'the tJovornniont, and this can only be done to-advantage by a man from our own ranks. Wc arc glad to see lh�! political jiartios mention Thcf Edmonton ,Saturl>--lishing a "Closed Town" in t"r;is thi-1 of good labor laws in force in Urit-j M\ Columbia. A number of these laws wore frainoti by Inlior members in the 'itouso, Mi'. Sherman then spoke at some length un t  ol(!S:siot�l politicians.* lie I'avi.'icl t!io f. niier l)cforc 'the professional man. Tho tondoiu'.V oi party politics is to nd-nnce profeissional politicians. He oiild bo pleased lo meet his oppoii-nts On tiie platform during the campaign. ./ "Mr. Sherman' took his .seat amid' rousing applause. ' , ! si Kean, secretary of the Trades , and Labor Council, was Hie next i speaker Jlo toiichwl briefly on the campaign, and spoke highly of Mr.! he able to visit ever,y polling division and lay my views before you. .Should you do mo the honor tri return mo as your meiii�>er, I will tlo my utmost ta faithfully represent this const!tuenc.v." I am, \'our Ol�di�;nt Servant. F H. SlIKRMAJT. Lothbridgo, Marchy2"th, 1900. KEAN'S -FOR- AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OP LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new t^uarters and con/ince yourself tliat I am up-to-date.  .  ^ The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ^????????????????????ioaDaaaaannQQannnti High^ijiMtoiftctionery I Garden and Flower Seeds -FRESH-Mala|(& Grapes, Dar.arias, Oranges, Lemons Fij^s and Dates CELERY AND GOOD BREAD We haA-e a very large assortment put up by the very best firms as follows- Steele Briggs Seed Co., Toronto; D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit; A. E. McKenzie & Co., Brandon. We would advise an early selection; also leaveyour orders for Onion sets We serve hot tea ancl cake; also , Ice Cream every Saturday. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO J. W. Kean & Co ' bpposite Pr O. 'Phone 98 Mason & Risch Piano Co. The Mason & Risch Piano is conceded by all competent. judges to be the highest grade of Pianos made in Canatia. ' If interested,, call andj let us show you the goods. Sold on ' easy terms'to suit your purse. Showroom at the "2 Macs." Low Prices and ReaDy Good Goods] .....IN...."..^... Building Hardware, Paints, Oils, Locks, etc ^nd specially low.Prices in STOVES AND GKANITEWARE: The Central Hardware Store G. U. VROOMAN Deoring Machinery MoHne Wagons John Dure Plows | B. J. OANN WSTBICT AGEN1' : kOotenay": Mr.nroy, of Saulter Street, Toronto, was killed'b.v n Grand Trunk engine. It is supposed she went, nroiind b.v the back of the hoiiso to avoid bo.ys throwing snowballs dt her. She .was 62 years old. A. llowcrman, postmaster at Saskatoon, has resigned: M. .Isbister rnivj' succeed him.. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yanl North of Freight Shed; Widest Choice Higltest Grades Lowest Prices YARDSAT We csa Mpply you with Sashes and Doom. Window and Door Frames; Office. Bank and House Pittinrs. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INOS OF ALL KINDS I Clear und common lumlier on hand i Quotations promptly given on j " npi:lication i CRANBROOK Sa�b & Door Factor; CRANBROOK, B C. MARBLE WORKS Shackleton ; ^ Simpson & Co, Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Hetail NELSON,B.C.: I Horner & Hutchison At the convention in Oliver's Ifall on Monday nmbt, l\ 11. Sherman was iioininntcd the standard-toarer of the Ijiibor party iii tho coming hyo-cketion, The convention, which LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRUNG. TABOR, ans. of B'raak, wa'H then called, and in a stirring itddwss l-ointed out tho ndvisabilily of elect-'ing Mr Sherman. Ho said that the r Liberal candidato w&k an ene�ny of; It Will Pay You To See Our the workinginan in the election at Stock Before BUvije Elsewhere. Pinchor Creek last ftU^, wbeo, Ur, '  B.C.MOURE.LocalAgt  CHOICE AKEs"^* Homer & Hutchisoi The Harness Men Hare a complete and well assorted stock of anything that a horseman needs. Blankets, Robes, Whip! Bits, etc] EVERVTIllNa YOU WANT AND EVERYTHiNQ RIQHT. nonaacinnnnnni Rev. Dr. McQueen, of Edmonton is going .to take a: trip to the Old Country. Moodic & Co. will build a three-story brick veneer hotel whore' the present Imperial hotel in Calgnry titands. AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet tlie popular demand of the 'the district. , . fred hopi\i,ns, <(� prop. Tho Presbyterian's new Institutional Church at Coleman, will be dedicated on April l3t. n EST REA UNS City Bakery^ Reid (SL Co. Sdmonton Liberals proMoted- Bm-1 ator Roy with a gold-beaded m4) rl_ 6515 ;