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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta If IDGKHERAtD MmTING Cp., LTD. 9, It AUSTIN. riliW ni t^at^tJ tWMMnqd the role of � cRy, Aid. Vow man ] well qualified :lo ''Ut the same bus^nesir^'J^nHy which |ms served the ^y\i^J^M^II n the 'j*"lir8 past. ' Par M^tt ADySRTiaiNO. t.OO fiw ImH la W. 6., Sininiaiu the Ubenls of the IMerfi ^constituency of Medicine lUt hrnvm  candidate to cheer tor. firam the time when as a youth'.be ima ^toot racee in Bruce to the time when, he appealed for the^ highest hon or ta'jthe gift of the'jeleetoratie, in has been a winner. He has never known defeat and the same brilliant talent, dogged peraoverahoe, and well CaiMidered optimism that ha\-e carried through many �. struggle wlU land him. aiitb with the House' of Commons,at the next general elec iion. Hdnoira in the gift of the goY raraenta'tliat would have- meant his eonfortikble '^nstirement. from tfie atimuou*. political . life m^ht have iMtfi hia.htti^hia tfcaire to eervw hie country V legislwUnrviuid hWloW lor activity,, rather .th*h' fetiremeat, caused him to refuse them all, Since hie election to the �c�ieia-e candidate, whose party's, platform is nothing but cipbera and negatives. The Liberals have every confidence in their standard bearer as was amply shown, by the hearty unanimity of the nominating convention. Medicine Hat will be no blot bn the "All Itcd Alberta." OUR POINT 1 F VIEW IVhefc did the The new version, tchvram come from?" > J-'tt'-' Hie Council's bylaws rsqetved a hearty endorsation wlMto^'biilk of the people voted. V Jr., ipulatora. 0f the '~ >m idwk V; the i�iiegr*m If the dodge ha^,,. dodge had any hlia^'or^.bluin^ the Liberals out of thWrcbntiwt by plac-'lag a strong man in the fteld (e��n if it was against his wish) they had that tllusion dis|.�Iled on Tueaday The bluff was called. So far W. C. Ives is the only candidate for aldernianic honors who has declared himself. The HcraM does not always agree wrth Mr. Ivcs but it has no hesitation In supporting that gentleman in his.effort to become an alderman. He is one who will give the city, good. honet�t. faith ful Service and will do much'to foster a progressive spirit in the Council such as should help the city to make very material progress this year. Once moire "Bib'* Edwards has shown that ho is ';next." He was severar daja ahead of the local Tories. AlUw MBir Bob Edwards, in last wwk's Eye Opener say^ his prospects to the Con servative convention in tcthbridge as follows:- ' The Conservative convi^ntion at Lethbridge on Friday last, which nominated ^r. Magrath, was the rawest bluff pulled off in Alberta since Casey threw down His bat.   The love of Medicine Hat for Lethbridge, as everybody knows, is as tender and true as that of the average step mother for the other woman's kids, and the love of Leth-Lethbridge for the Hat, carries the same brand. Medicine Hat had a man in view for the nomination in the. city;>. ThiSi. leaves the flgbt be-tWeen Aldj Bowman anA"-Wmv Hcn-dfsrson. The contest will'ln a'-warm opevas the friends of each-�TCf iMter-QiiBed ta ha\-e their roaa'^plaacd in the Mayor's chair. stituenuy do herB�>y phidge them-j W. T. Finlay, M.P.P., Wm. Oliver selves to support the government in and others;^ke'''''mu^"carry'fhe'^aS? the (urthoranoe of the gnwt princi-j and p^aco Medicine Hat riding in the pics of Liberalism that have kid to the LibeMl rank. Medicine Hat had never marvellous development of the entire, know| what it is to have a. Ci At the meeting of the Libe^ls of Lethbridge on Friday night, a committee including O.. D. Austin. F. Kenny. B. V. Gibbona. A. B. SUfl-ord, C. Meeghan. and H.J.H. Skeith, with power to add to their number, was appointed to deal with the or-liganization of a Voung Liberal Club. SaltofWo^k Tomorrow afternoon, 20th Nov., the Knox Church Ladies Aid Society will .liold an afternoon ttia at the homo of Mrs. O. H. Johnaton from 3 to 6. Many useful and fancy articles suitabk* for Christmas gifts will be sold during the afternoon. country during the pa�t olevvn years. 3. Itesnlvud that'the unanimous endorsement ,uf the Cunvi^ntion be tendered to the Hoaatable Frank Oliver The Minister af ,-.v.�.. 5. .Bcaplved ;th|kt.' Ahl(� Conveqiii^o^ Remember that your Executor iIionM have experienoe in the diicharge of the dntiea of this important office and a thorough knowledge gt^thi,|dminigtration o^flataf|i, A Trust f|ofl|||�n7 hai thew rAnHnJQtaabd is espeS|||Hirattiiied and�mwsd; to^actjhii ]|^^gynder wills. Map|j|wili^and ap]||iU[bii[- way. D. H. Elton urged [that'the �eal shown there would h* kept %p. and spoke of Lilioralism, m the policy of the Wridge has had ao bettor booster than W. A � Bttchhnan and the news of his return , to tte city will be welcome to all. i^hcMottUakMMi .To?f the outsider the poaition in ivhich the Conaeryativea ' of .the v^^Medicine Hat riding find themselves owing to Mr. Ma-grath!8 statements thait he had no daair^' to bo the Conservative candidate �^ had not ucceitted their nom ination, is decidedly interctrting. That famous tfilc>?ram seems t� bo unauthorized and loolis very much like a job put up by "llonost" .John Herron to keep his old-time rival and support^T W. (J: Ives from getting the noniinnlion. Such trentinoiit l.s not due Mr. Ives from his friend llcrron, es to no otli. er man doos he owe more, politically, than to W. U. Ivi-s, who gracefully allowed him to have the last no-. ininalion, to avoid a deadlock, and who in the campaign was the aek-nowMged means of his vinning the election. . .And this is his reward. The Poptilor Candidate. -^.r'jho, decision �ot to Bcek of Mayor Oalbraith roeleot!ion ksaves' a.- ;' a{traigbt flghii for the mayoralty be-:iWeen Aid. Bowman and Wm. Hender There is little doubt but what >>;|biiB great bulk of the support that |:^^.'-uWqiild'have gone to the Mayor will "''ill accordad to the former candidate. w ' Bbwmaa'a assurance that ho sf^loJibw Mayor Oalbraith'a policy pif^'.'|^'^lt�iii�e and '-^ilce department B>�W'Bolid'''for h'im a. wry large �"^'- ^irltii votiMTB which ;hav* ,�d. i Mrt-retlring Mayor'* atand in inttowlely connect hI rJS�elvfo'aiIalfa'tor';iiuMiy years l^iMlaljtir'slM* iMhbrldiretai^ refuse*! j,to Bccei�t, lih>3ii. anotgei' convention would l)e called to choose a sacrifice. Mr. Magrath had alread'y declined the nomination. He was in, Ottawa and not which his wire was Bttt of another 'maa.1bai'iii|j| aominat-ed'coiild the party depend on his support and influence. His reply was clearly-and positively in. the[ negative and to the effect that he would not guarantee either iaHuehce or support. In the face of this he was noroinat ed and the fact heralded,to.theworld with a migh^, douriah of ;tinimpefa: The announcement of his acceptance has not been published* and is not likely to be. One of the most, blatant of the bunch of delegates ^id that Magrath was only waiting to have the nomination tendered to him unanimously that he wanted it and would accept it. We hardly think Magrath is that kind of man. He will rather re.sont the infereno3 in the .light of his previous refusol, either as a candidate or as a private citizcti to pull the Tory cl�e!5Lnpls out of the fire or act a.s fei'er,,�o for itlic Kilkenny cats in tbt) southern constituency, which (With any otlmr man lha Tories can dig up is sure to go Grit. Talked About Dr. Warden. The mooting of the Young People's Guild of Kno.x Church last Monday evening was in tlie hands of the mis-.sionary committee in charge of Miss Bruce, The topic of the evening was Dr. Warden, the late church treasurer Mr. Cope read a carefully prepared pitpcr on his life while Miss, Furso and Mr. Irving read extracts from sotnp very interesting works on his life. A very enjoyable feature of the ev!-ening wa� an anthem by a choir of boys. Rev. A. M. Gordon in his usual interesting stylo gave some humorous personal reminisoenoces of missionary work at Canmore, L�ggan and Banff. Miss Jessie Bo>lcher delighted her audtenoe by her solo "Plains of Peace." During the meeting an^invitation was extended to the Epwoinih League of the Methbfliat Church to be present at next vveka meeting of the Guild. LARSON-LOGAN On Saturday afternoon in the parsonage on Redpath street, Etigar C. Larson and Helga Logan were married I. the Rev. J. M. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Larson are both from Banff but Mr. Larson is no stranger to Lethbridge as he has done considerable here and tite happy coupie will probably remain here a few weeks before returning north. CRABB-CL.VRKE jA very delightful company assiemb-led in the homo of Paul S. Clarke, li^q., of Granum, on November 21jH, wlien, in the presence of a few of the bride's friends. Miss Ethel May C.ii&rke, sister of Mr. Clarke, was uiiUed in marriage to Mr. Samuel A-B:. Crabb. The briite, dressed, in charming costume a^d^the acme of grace was giv�n avfty'w her brother Many beautiful anid serviceable pre-seiits testified to the populairty of thte bride. After .the Ayedding lunch w^ partaken of by the gueats the h^py couple left by the afternoon train for Lethbridge, whene, in the Ngrth Ward./ they,�will mate their'^tu-ture home. Mr. Crabb was accompanied by the Rev. J. M. Harrison, ofv Wesley Church, who performed the cef^mony. -�- An All Red Alberta Cont'nufd from Page 1 Ijy- Hon. Senator Talbot, President of the Alberta Liberal Association, who Bcteil as chairman, the appoint-me'nt of committees a.s follows:-Cre-rlontial.s, Wm. Oliver, T. C. Renau, M. Woolf, and C. E. NefT. Resolutions-W. W. Douglas, I). H. EHon, H. Ostlund, .las. Rnc, W. .1. .Jones, and O. D. Austin, Organization:-J. W. Woolf, A. fl, Stafford, Jas. Barton, M, Corl>ett, .1. Clarii, and, R. H. McDufTee, When the convention resumed at two o'clock, Wm, Oliver for the credential committee reported 105 delegates properly certificated oit the con ventioh. J, W, Woolf, for the organ ization committee explained the method of election to lie adopted and the officers to be elected. O. D. Austin secretary of the Resolutions Committee read the follow ing resolutions, which were passed amid cheers that' indicated the pop> \�larity of the Liberal tobders and principtos as mentioned. I. Resolved that this convention of Liberals of the Medicine Hat Federal Constituency here assembled in the city of Medicine Hat on this the Sfith day of Nov. 1907, expresses its continued and entire confidence In and admiration for Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his administration of Dominion affairs and its appreciation of the splendid results ensuing from the Prime Minister and his colleaguea in the aflaira of the governnent o( the country, and the liberaia of thia eon- expr��ea it. PR'*^9; the ilfaeral party that havet been MlAlliHI Md^o;M(..ofttera the abblitioa of ithegertymaBder, and the Flanchise Act. the giving of the land Xii the aeUlera. and tha revenue tariil^rUb^faliaip haa^Mdn thetpar5> ty th% fought and won aolt-govem-ment ^or the West. The(;^iMraia'Of. Mediciike Bat ^ent^'^ taine^i the delegatea at a very pkaa. urabMsmoke in the evening when a good jlp-ogramma of song and speech to th^, accompaniment of good cigara iwa* i^MWlft.'-*-"--� Hon of both the Federal; ahd tha Provincial 0^ for your eleclining years by buying' lyour JurHiturti 'Sevoihg'^ fkSaichineH pianos, organst linotetims, pictures, epc^ietc., at � I We guarantee a square deal to all who trade here. R FRESH OROCERIES t ;