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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Oh. p. w. tuller THREE CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD. ' PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlcc-Orer OU'i Barber Shop. Hmh-lo:30 to 18:00 noon; 3:00 to r.:Oo i p. m ; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m.  Offlct Night Dell and Telephone Nominations take place on Monday and the Elections on the day before Good Friday. SIMMONS 4 BENNETT Barristors Ac. LET H BRIDGE and caudstqn Lethbridgo Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W. 0. Simmons, B. a., Crown Prosecutor C V. B�N.jt'fi- Ol. DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ottce-Over fllglttbottiatn's Drug Store PHONE O(fioe 125 V House 94 \ Mi tor I.ut there poll. rumor hn.s boon circulated thai kiii^lil. of |{ii\niond. would imi-Iho liolil us a (mirth candidate, us far us tho llornhl can lonrn, no foiiiiilut ion for the ro- was well attended, was ono ot lho most onthusiuslic over holil in Ibis district, ami signilhvl. to tho fullest degree, lho intonlion of lho laboring men to Ik* represented in tho All�or-tu Legislature. .Ino". W. Ilowhrook, who occupied .�| tho ohnir. opened tho mooting ntj S.ill) In n short 1ml spicy address, j Mr. Ilowhrook pointoil out lho noo-j osr.ity of n labor candidate contesting this constituency at' this time. Ilotlt tho I.II orals ami i'onsorvnt I vox woro represented now tit Kdmontnii, ami labor should also have a voioo. Ho thought it was tho duly of o'n.v laboring nuin to do his ulmoit to elect tho candidate chosen ill '.his Sherman stoad In tho intercut* of labor. Sir. l. m. Telephones 41 mid aii. F. It.Mkwmjbn W.S. Uai.braith M. I). C. M. M. D. C. M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. Offices- Ott block. 'Phone 113. DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Tho Cons rvalives nominal) il A. K offer, tho .well-known farnior, at convention last Friday night. W. t Ivos wns tonderotl tin' nomination, liiit nl solutel.v retuso i si nl st coincide with tholr arguinonis, pointing out that Mr. SamNiam hn\l de-clared he would havo connection Willi �no .rlher pnrij except the labor parl> . Mr. Ives loyally Sandham's iiuuu i l ho nominal ion l o '.N iib|� win also would not allow inlt'inliiction of n Labor cundidalc into tho contest. Tho matters in; dispute Willi lho initio owners hnve nothing to do with provincial polil-1 les and II will not help tho cause of lho strikers in any degree to endeavor lo mnko them an issue. Over .*if>0 | men nro omploycd in tho mines �t-* 1^'thbridgo, so lho slriko, if it lasts, for any lehgthy periixl, will doubt-: loss c.'iiiso consiilernble business (Us-i ui'iiaiii'i'. The conduct ot tho men | has from tho first liooti admirable, and while tho nulhorHios nro prepared for nny trouble that may i arise, conditions have been uniform-. \ ly peaceful. ! MAVAYS KKKPS CHAMBKH-LA IN'S CO! (Ill ItKMKDY IN HIS HOC SI'. '. "We w.nilil not bo without Chain- si o. d . but Mr KelTec. | nominattsl. his i.ime ; i > Gradtmte North western University DenUil School, Ohicni'o. Office-Ott Block Mr. K.lTer gri-olod when would accept oritir'.Msl lho i lar.d lluit i>> a great lleadipiarters Mr. nv. Mc but and. was on I husiasl icall.x lu- announced that he tho nomination. Hi l.iloral party, ami do Canada was vloininatisi political combine with at Ottawa. The Lilur- ineel ing. .1. Sundham, president -f the I'rndos and Labor Council, wis tlun: calhsl upon Ho had boon ask-'d si v-cr.nl (inics if ho would si ami for the nominal ion. but would not i.iv.lor, it. when such an able man .is Mr. Sherman was available. Mr. :'and-ttiiin thought Mr. Sherman iho man Ivst fit toil for the candidature. , Nominations were.thon called for, ami the following names were pio-posod: K. II. Sherman. .lames Sandhnm. .1. McTnggnrl. Samiii'l .I ones. Messrs. McTaggart and .I ones iio lined the tiominnt ion. A vole was then taken, which do-r In roil Mr. Sherman the candidau'. Mr. Ixoll'er, Hie Conservative ttui-didale. was present, nnd was culled upon to address the imoling He said, bt'flaiu's Couuh Iteiiled.x hal if he was t | ELECTION APRIL 12th Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. PROP. Lcthbridge, A!hi. C. B. BOWMAN Real Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Marriage Licenses Issued PFICK: FIRE HALL ADD'N \V.�t of I'ost Office Barnes Si Co. REAL ESTATE ami GENERAL AdENTS OfflcfSeco�d Floor Sonlhard Bluck Post Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 James Macdonalc ARCHITECT Southanl Block, R.-*li�it]t Street. LETHRRIDOE. A LTA! Cottage Sanatorium High River Open air cure of Consumption Terms, iiii'liulin^ mtilienl alteinlauee, S>l(l werklv. Terms, including tuedieal alti'iid-nnce. NVritii for iHiokli'l. WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Railroad Transfi-rrinti. Dray-u\\i and General l)eliveriu�.'. Cottl Deli'.e ed Promptly. .' HAY. OATS. SAND AND STONE Ft) 11 SALE AGENTS FOR � McCurniick & Cockshutt Machinery v Wehhcr and Ad it ins Wagons *.* Canada Carriage Co.'s ltuggies, Etc. J. F. RODGER3 'Phone 63. Manager. HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE Froui puro-hreii Whllo Plymouth Monks, ga.ftO per IH,. hi 1000, at tho I^othbrklgo Poultry Show, my hlixls won.lftt eockoj-Pl, 1st una 2nd lion; In 1900 1st cockerel, 1st and Jnd hpn. Special beet cockerel' any brood in show. A. K. HUMPHRIES. al's object was to control ".h> (.� v ermio'iit. not oitlj of the 1 . i hi  ii Inn ..f lho Provinces as well. Mr ixoit.r was strongly uf the opinion t'lat more farmers ivon1 nocdo^l in tin legislature; thoy hail enough lawyers nlready His experloine as an irri gnt ion inrni. r ho felt woiiol 'o I, ip iul in promoting much ncmlcd irri gat ion legislation Mr KolTor holds his (IrsI uus'ting of the itimpaiKii h. re tomorrow night Tin" i'Kini'ir: him was pn sidisl ovoi by Minor lingers. The following resolutions wore a-dopbil: That this toiivention urges upon i lie Alberta tioverillliont lho illllinil lair adoption of legislation in the nut nro of a "Workmen's Coin|>ensa-lion \i l " similar to tho 'ish \v .-iniii.nt ol Alleita of sucli legisla , ; ion as will enable il to own and control the trunk telephone lines of iho Province. Thai this foment ion heart ily oa-dnrse iho stand taken by It. I. lior-.l.ti M I' . lor clean polilics. Tlt.it this conveiilion, recognising ill.- Mini. ns,. iiuporlanci. uf tho llivt S'igtir Industry to our Proviiito om phutiiiilly urge upon tho AllN't'ta i!o\.i'iuiii tit mo necessity of gr m: i.ig such ns.sistunce in the way of bonus to this industry as will enable rl !u i'om|n'io sure, ssfully with tho product of the cane sugar refineries. That the .Mechanic's Lion Ordinance should be so amended that bet' tor p'ouvtinn lo afforded thoreund or, and that the procedure for on fori'euient of lions be made u.ore illllple. That this convention regrets that in the lirst speech from tho Throne no mention wns made by the Alberta (iovornniem of its intentions con corning tho Hudson's Hay Knilway \ K. Mooro matle u splendid -pooch in supporting the lioot sugur resolution lie iinpre.ssoil upon the convention Hie groat importance of this industry.. In the United Stales it had raised the value yi some localities from Stic, and SI per acre to .s.'jO and Stuo per acre. 'I horn wore similar possilulit ii s here. Our Iwots ltnd actually lorn proved by olllclnl tests to bo the ricln st in America and the production p.-r ncro will equa' the best. Stales in iho Inlon. The growth of lho industry was however, checked by Hie efforts of the llrilish Columbia sugnr r� finer.-who propos,.n n %v,i'i a-i i ;i peal lo the courts. The convention named the following as an eveculivo committeo:\V. I Ives (chairmaic, M. V. Canon, Hisli op N'unOi iiuui, A. I'!. Moore, llobt. |Livingstone, W. 11. Itiplcy, K. Mill1 ray, K. Adams, (loo. Itogers, (J. n. �Ii/hnsli.n, Win. Salvage, lOlmo I^iiir-er. W. Iluinilion, P. J. Whitney. fully the platform of the Provincial llighlors. and ivnd a'  nimhcr of resolutions passed at their .invention. Ho wns satisfied if lab- or men would leave thvir cnusa i"ithtttl nf,,P u ,lllS ,0,,,nu ,, his hands, it would suiter no wrong.'., . . , t I'he cause of the laboring men *�'"�. lh'" r'"nponk-r was sent lo Kdiiioiitou ho would In' of liltie use to those whom ho repiv'-oniK, as his parly is not in power. 'lite grievances o' .lie labor men have lo lo fought liofoiv the liovii'iimeiit. ami this can only bo lone lo advantage by a man from our own ranks. W-o are glntl to see the pol'liciii parties mention tho Workmen's Coiii|nt'{ of good labor laws in force in llril-ish Columbia. A number of these laws woro framed by labor members! in the'House. Mr. Sherman thenj spoke nt some length on | � ulos.tn.t 1.1: politicians. lie '.iv >.�.! the (. iinoiv before 'lho professional man. Th" tendency �vf pnny politics is to nd-1 viinro professional politicians. He, would bo pleased lo meet his oppon-1 outs on Iho pint form during the1 TO THE ELECTORS OF LETHBRIDGE RIDING Cent lemon,-At the ro^uest i.f u mass imviisatii>n .'. ' Labor party hails with delight lho tendency of the farmers to organize in order lo protect Ihoir in-loreyis. and nt nil times will co-ip-ernte with them in fighting corporate gixs'il nnd'oppr< ssion. 1 will give nil indojiendent support lo any government or party Just as long as thoy nro sincere in passing measures for the nmeliornt ion of tint musses of tho people. 1 regret not being nble lo lierome personally acquainted wild you nil before the 12th of April, but hope to lo able to visit every polling division nnd lay my views lief ore you. Should you do m� the honor lo ro-i turn nio ns your memlter, I will do my utmost la faithfully represent ; this const ituoncy. ] am, Your Oliortienl Servant. F. 11. SHKHMAN' , Let libridge, March ,27th. 1900. KEAN'S -------FOR- High-Class Confectionery -----FRESH Malaga Grapes. bananas, Oranges, Lemon s Figs and Dates CELERY AND HOOD RREAD AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND .Inst drop into my new quarters and con.inco yourself that I am up-to-dute. '.' The cleunest and brightest shop in Southern Albortn. HOUK ????????DO I*aiI�l8L*!!�lBlW!llIBIa ??????DDDi 8 Garden and Flower Seeds We have a very largo assortment put up by the very best firms as follows- Steele Briggs Seed Co., Toronto; D.M.Ferry & Co., Detroit; A. E. MeKenzie �fc Co., Brandon. We would ml vise nn early selection; also leave your orders for Onion sets We serve hot ha and cake; also lee Cream every Saturday. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO J. W. Kean & Co (Ipposite P. O. 'Phono Ub' Mason & Risch Piano Co. The Mason it conceded by Riseh Piano is all competent judges to be the highest grade of Pianos made in Canada, v If interested, call ami j let us show you the goods. Sold im t easy terms to suit your purse. j Showroom at the "2 Macs." i .... E. J. OANN DISTRICT AO ENT Low Prices and Really Good C< ..........ix......... Building Hardware, Paints, Oils, Locks, etc Awl specially low Prices in STOVES AND GR.ANITEWARE The Central Hardware Store G. L_. VROOMAN Dcering Mfichineiy Molino Wagons John Dure Plows : KOOTENAY : Mr.. Matilda Conroy, of Snulter Street, Torotito. was killed by a (Jnind Trimk engine. Jt is supposed she went around by the back of the liousi! to avoid boys throwiiiK snow-bolls at her. Sim was 112 years old. A. Houermuu. postmaster al Saskatoon, has nsigned. M. Isbistcr iiiiti- succeed him. George Rogers LUMBER Tlu Old Roliublo Yard North Freight Shed. of campniftii. ' Mr. Sherman took his seal amid rousing applause. ' , SI Kean, secretary of tho Trades and Labor Council, was tho next speaker. JJo touehrvl briefly on the j campaign, ami spuke highly of Mr. , Sherman. , j Itoht. Kvnns, of Frank, was then Widest Choice Highest Grades Uwest Prices Sach & Door Factory Building Material We can rapply you with Sashes and Doors, Window and Door Frames; Office. Bank and House Fitllogs. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INCtS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common hunter on hand (Quotations promptly given on apy.lieution CUANHKOOK MARBLE WORKS Shacklcton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of Marble and (iranite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Hetail NELSON,B.C. B.C. MOOHE, Local Agt PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE YARDSAT At the conveiilion on Monday uitdit, was nuiniiinli d the of the Lnlioi' parly in Oliver's i'. 11. Sherman htandurd-becitvr in the coining byo-eltclion. The convention, which icalled, ami in n stirring tvdJivss Hull pointed out tho advisability of elcel-int; Mr. Sherman. Iio mid that the Liberal candidate was an enemy of th� working-man in tho election �t Stock Before Buyi.jg Elsewhere Plncher Creek last fall, wbeo Hr. LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRLING, TABOR. It Will Pay Von To See Our CHANBROOK, B C. | This market is equipped to meet j the popular demand of the the district. McQueen, of Kdmonton is take u trip to tho Old Hov. ingoing to Country. Moodie &, (Jo. will build it three-tdory brick veneer hotel whore the prosonl Impel ial hotel In Calgary stands. FRED HOPKINS, * PROP, Tho Presbyterian's new Institutional Church at Coleman will be dedicated on April l3t. .??nnonaDQnaDnnanannf' Horner & Hutchisoi The Harness Men Have a complete and wel assorted stock of anything that a horseman needs. Blankets, Robes, Whips Saddles, Spurs, Bits, etc. EVERYTHING YOU WANT AND EVERYTHING RlflllT Horner & Hutchison iBiMl�!�l�lMl.l.l�l.|M|M|�llil.i CHOICE ANDIES AKES IB EST REA UNS City Bakery Reid CO. Co. Edmonton Liberals presented Senator Boy with a gold-headed, cane... 6585 ;