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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �iiif-rT.a iU.. SteirfKin Matt RMkci4wf When you come to the Me-jJ tropoUs stay at the Palace! I Hotel I $1.00 pr day | opposite . P. R. Depot | Steplieii� * liockeiidorf Proprietors NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers CARUANOAY. Calgary, Alberta K BAN'S To Arrive This Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS CRABS. Ete. THK FINEST QUALITY YAKIMA FKUIT (Vroiii the C'liircsholni Hevk-w.) The Lllllv How is vcrj tow. The Cuniuingiiy I'"iiriu Co. ui'o Ihrcshint; this Wft'k. Thoiit aO.OOO \ hiishi-ls iii' wheal uiid Imi'U'.v lo luiii' .Mi's. .1. II. IJost'ltlwruvr ha.s rctdni 111 hoiiu' alloc u .short visit wi'th ht'i' ; (liiiiKlitvr .^r.s. 1". V,. Suniiiu.'rs, she iii'oiiK'il with her soiilo fine samples (.1 pirlalocs ralwHl on the KirtunibjM' jfi'i- laiii), ono weighing - lis aiwl U DlllX'tw. Mr. ('. W, rnrinan miil faniiil.v of ChifUfj^o (UP ."slill here ami will re-nwin until the threshing is tinished There ha.s Ijccn (|uit.c an cximIoii of ranchers along' �ho river r.-'ccnil.v Messrs. Morin an�l Oawson havMi removed with Ihcir families to l^>(h-bridge. Fitw crops nro ivported  fronv ev-.-ry �>hore hereabouts. The recent heav^-frost tloing li'ttit; danulg'e lo the prain. M'e e.xpect to push our leK'plione lino into C'lamsholni thin fall, so "got in line," gentlemen. I'l.VCHKU CKEKK. TAinOR. Leave your onlera for proservitiK ^ (Krom lifraUrs ("orrospondenl.) Candica - Cigars lee Cream, ete. J. W. K an &Co Opposite P. O, 'Phone 98 Glnzing Graitiiiig W. M. BARBER Painter aud Decorator Carriage Painting a Bpecinlty KaltioaiintnK Paperhan^iiig I TOWN LOTS Residential Lots in Blocks "C"�nd"F;' Apply to H. MACBETH Beat Estate and Insurance. ! It is not a Ixiikling boom that hii.' I .struck Taber; it's just a stoatly up-buii'ding. that's all, ciirpentfrs ar.-in good donmml all the time. About 20 of Tahi^r's most popiil.u' ladies are off to dilToroiit parts of the i:uited States on a visiting mission. The dance a.nA social at the Tabor hall last night was one of the most in the history of Ta�>er. The opening drama, of the si'-ftsou will Ix' pivsentcd here on the eve of Oct. (i; at Tulter hall. Ingomar is the title of the play and will be df)ne by Taber Dramatic Co. i"he weather is e.xceptionally plnas nut and 1>>e threshers aru lal-lus ntlvaiitage of it. The yield ofi.gr.iin per acre is much in e.xciss of last season. 'J'lie noise of saw and hammer is still hoard on every hand. Tlie m-n Ixrhind the hammer an. Land seokors aiv still coming in by the scores. There nre no cases of sickaies;'. Unown here among our population of )ieivrl.\' 200l> .7. Tru.swell of I.oithbridge is hav -ing n large mercantile house eivcled iienr the C.I*.11, station. (From the Kcbo.) A little daughter of Itev. Mr. Ma> I'hail's when passing whenj they wove nii.xing mortar slopped to examine Ihc pi-occc^liiigN. On be nit told by the workman to jump.in and Rct her shoes polished, she repAed: "Oh no; I wtiuld Ijc . terribl.y ii;ortifiod if I had t.o oiiiiger one, .lohii f.ong-l iirie- I .Star, was foumi guilty iin�l fined �^"*' whereas lO ami costs or two months in jail. lie '.vas sent .to Mucleod ser*'e Jiis sentence in default of I ing able to put up the nece.s.sory. MEDICINK HAT. (From the News.) The Merchants Ihink will erect u NEW POLITICAL PARH Labor Men Prc|Mrc A Platrorm to Sabmit to the People. As briefly announced in the telo-grapbic reports Inst week, the l>i) -ininion I'radcs and Latxir c^)ngn.'ss by u vote of 08 to 7 ilecidod to or-Ijanlzu a neW political party, i.u lie known as the C'anadiau l.alx)r parly and b.y the same vote declarixi a;;-ainst the socialistic platform and in favor of the platform udoptiti .vojiic I line a.ifo by the congit.-ss. The resoluttion declaring fur 'the formation of a Intxir part.v, its aims and luethwls of proce scciiiv the amelioration of their conditions and to promote Ihe pass.ige of laws concerning llic welfare ol ihe workers in Ihe niifu-s, the factories, the forests, in fait, in all walks of lil'e. it has I.....ii iii.ide ''iminilestl.v plain that elf..ciivoen and must continue to h�?, ;he live board composoil oi theso officers and delogatcs to the general com -mittec of the Laltor party. i'ach club ehall appoint five (le'.o -j gates to the general comjni'tloe. In case two or more cI\iIjs t>e formed ill the .same electoral district, It cannot be done without the connent of the general comniiutee. ticni'iaI Cfuiimitlei! The cenlrul nrj.;nnl/alion is un.l.jr the control of ihe general coiiiiujlta' composed of five bona tide delegates nom each Labor club and 15 iL-le -gati'S from ihe trades and labor i ouncil. This commit l.'o slr.ill have an e.v-ecuti\e boaivl comjio.sed of a pi'i'Si-doiit. vice-president, ri'Cordin�( .seen.'-tary and corrosjiondiiig secretur.v, treasurer an lilerar.v agvnt. I This board shall be elecleil at the' first regular meeting in .luly. ' ('la t font) and Trades 1. riinci|i|.'s-hominion t'oiigivss and JJ. new buibling at Metlicine lUil in the. I��r'"*lative mouthpiece of organi/.-d ' labor in ('anaiinc}uettcy F. I.. Crawford, local manager. A niceling of the charter holders'of he .VMierta Northwestern Uailway was held in Medicine Hut on Sat'ir-lay. The outside parties present were K. V. Oetchell, t'hicago,, .1. Mc .'Vrthur. Winnipeg, and Heck of Edmonton. This is ihe coini^any which holds a i'harlor for a roa.'l rom Havre, .^font.. through Medicine Hat andiKilmonloe lo the I'caco I tier country and the coast. Afl'..'r he moeting was over Ihe two fir*t-jiiijm! gvntlcmen left itnmetliatoly Chicago. liic effort to send repivsentatives of the fxwplc to parliament and ihe legislatures of this country. And, whereas the platform of principles of this congress contain thr epftoni* of the Iwst thought and ef  fort of organized labor during the ^ f)orio. \ minimum living. wage. ba.sMl on loi-til conditions. ti. I'ublic ownership of all frniu'h-',.s>n �iii ni.iniifaci lo'ed goods, where prac-licabic and on all goM'rnnient ami municipal supplies.! 11. .Abolition of child labor hy children umler 11 .vears old, anrla. It is the centre of a large area of fertile ��?ri-cnltuinl lands. The toix>graphy of the conntry on either side ulon({ the railroad makes it the most accesible business centre. It will contiril absolutely the trade of a very lai:ge territory. 100,000 ar-res of land tributary to Warner have been sold this siimraer to over 400 American farmers, a large uuiQt>er of whonl will become: actual settlers. There is now a large new hotel Iieing built and there are already located a Store, Livory Barn and Lumpier Yard and several residences. Now i% your oppertuaity to get lot* cKeap. The earlier you ,biiy the belte r selections yon can 'naktf. Prices will run from $100 to $200 for business lots and from %i'> to $7-"> for resilience lots. Write O. W. KERR CO., LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA or apply at their oHiees in the Southard Block. A. L. ^yARNER - Proprietors-O.W. KERR CO. All Buggies and Farm Wagons Will lie mM >I COST FOR. CASH ,TO CLEAR BALANCE OF STOCK BEFORE SNOW FLIES ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNicor., Qcncrnl Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. . I Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old stand-Ronnd Street Civ TELEPHONE NO. 1 AX AWITT. COVOH Cl'RF.n. CHURCH 0IRECTOKY. CATHOLIC CHUKOU. Sunday .Services:- Low mass, 8.30 a. ni.; high aiass, 11.00; vespers, 7.;J0 p. m. Daily Services:- Mass ti.ao a.m. . Father A^-in Tighem. CAUDSTON. .ST AUCi f STIXE'.S CHIIIU'II. (A nglican.) Ituv. .1- .S. Chivers, A.K.C, Jtev, Puvid ./ones, l\. A., Assi.vta.il Watiiis at 11.00 a. m. Sunday .School nt iJ.OO p. m. Evensong at T.JiO. Celebration of Holy Communion:- lat Sunday in tlic nioiitd, 8 a. in. (Plain), and 11 a. m, (Choral.) aiears. He is a son of tiic late Chief .lustice. Sir Thomas W. Taylor of Manitob-.i. Mr, �/. McOivorn, a well known miner from the .Swift Curii'nt dis -tficl was in town on Sunifhy last and in course of conversation he tells us that he was at work on the llsid group of mine.s most of the summer and that the prospects ait! not at jnll ovorcolored in our late repoi-ts, i In fact the more work is done ihe Ix-tter the showing. The ore is de-clni'tHl, by all those who know an,'. -thing of mining, to Iw of the best,grading high in co|>f�er wiiU a good showing of silver and enough gold to go a long way towards the paying of the v orUir.g c.x()ens.ec;s "Two years ago our little girl h.^d a touch of pneumonia, which l--ft her with an awful cough. She had .spoils of coughing, just like one with the whooping cough and some ilioughl she would not get well at all. We got a bottle of Chainlierlain's Cough lleniee independent of this congress. 3. That the phitforni of principles of this congress Ix* ivcoiujnendml as the platform to lx� ad'.)pted by thoK,.> uigaged in this independent effort. 4. I'hat immediately upon the ad -journment of this convention the provincial excutivo.s of the congres-: lake the preliminary steps lo sum -inon a convention of the trade un ioiAs-ts of their respoctixe provinces, and those in sympathy with organ -ized ,abor for the purpose of form -ng the necessar.i ossociation to car ry on thereafter the work of electing labor men. r>. That upon such conventions he ing summoned and convened the fiin-jctions of the'provincial executive,..; i>i this regard shall cease. Canadian Labor Parly Constitulioti .Name political parl.\' under the naiJ;,. 'Canadian Labor f'arty" is h;.r> founded. We.think the mothers n' to.ia;. �-.i; scarcel.y be too careful in i'v Party is Suppl.v them with .de.ity ..f �>,ie- ] lo fight all politics in conflict with some, uplifting, int-J" si lej; .'� k.'.n^'j the interest of .society and working-and they will not .!;si o the �>ih i. | classes and lo replace ihe actual ,'io-.Vppended is a brief i. f.-.i..? r.i. '"' j litical .system hy a social and co-o|> erative form of government for competition with free labor. .'\dopled from Quebec Platform 1. State in.suranco for old age and j | sickm.'.ss. 2. Prohibition of prison labor in competition vith frt^e labor. 3�.Suppi-es9ing of all private ^anks and founding of ^ national bank. 4. Complete litwrtj- of the press in public nlfairs. .�>. ICIection of .iudgv^s b.\' the people I t). Suppression of usury interest. I 7. Creation of a labor minist;:'!'. 8. .-Mtolition of dominion senate. 0. Suppre.'islon of harbor commis- : sion. 10. P.egulation of in�nigratin eminent law^yer will 'ls� RopubHcan candidate for governor of Now Vork. the other da.v. by !;. .*';ii| lour. It is so good n .:! i-Vfri' so necessar.\' that '/e .g:v" \ :t selection in full: What a nmss of filthy, exciting, poisonous matter is printinl 'n the.se days. Young people, beware! {..a.f nothing but what will add genuine find healthy information to .voii. �\-void the rubbi.sh.v papers and "comic" periodicals, which lend levity and emptiness to life, and make Ihe mind an easy pre.v for the suggest i ions of unclean thoughts. Head ,vour IVible; study it. Ijisten ' to Ood's own woril: "Wheivwithal shall ..a man clean.s�� his way? flv taking heed thereto nccoivling to th.v word." "Thy word have I hid in my heart that ! might not sin at^ainst 'Hien." Torea*, l)Oware! Help fiod to keep sow pure. Close .voiir e.ves nt Ih" first glimpse of sucli (hings. Torn away from them as you would from denin|>.)Sit ion An.s' person can Ijecomo a menvl>er of a Labor Club, provided he signs Iho pledge of the pariy, follows the constitution and be admitted hv a iwo-lhirrls vole. CalKlidales To l,w a candidate ill I'ederal, pro -vincial or munici|)al elections ihtf candidate niiisl be: (a) A member of a labor club for at least one ,\'eai' oj' since its fou>id-at ion. ointed lo th� newly created po.sition on th.. Supreme court of .\ll',erla. Sir. .Smart is a comparalively lIu-'�^'^""t' lawyei', having been called t.> 1 the bar at Osgoode hall in lSi�'> i He is a gra'diiale of the (^iivei'sit.\ j of Toronto of 11ii. cla.^s of I8!�l. His I course th.'re was an exrf pi idi,..: !y I bi'illia/it one. being golil uiedalisi i : all the way through in cliis.sics .mil taking a very high himikI in pulit -Ileal science and hi.stoiy. On ('(iiiipl..|-ing his lenii in Toi'.iiilo iinivi.rsil\ lue was appoiiil.'d i eniiiorary led nr.-' in histor.v . the onii;.. li.'.ng created by th"^ illn.'ss of lli.' llien presitleu'v. Sir Daniel Wilson, lie was Inter oti appoint.hI liTliir.r in const it iit ional history. Mr. Sumrl began the practice of law in Caigar.s- in I8'JS. H.' join.'. The only distressing part of the recent appointment is that it ..ill doubtless U'avl eventually lo Mr. and .Mis. Sluart giving u|> Iheir ivside:ice in this citi'.. Mr. Stuart's elevation lo the U-nch will civiito a vacancy in the provin-Ihe t.'ea.surer of the general com-,,;.,, ,.i,i,^, Olcichen. mitioe snail �eposK all money in the , .lohnstone of- Hegina was 1 l' government bank or in any other j p,i,,,, ,, Saskaiol,...w,n I'llecloral I'lind Each nieiiiher of � labor club con -trlbuti's 2.'i cents per annum ihioUr^li the general fund of the party. Each particular club shall have the right to fix the membership coiiU'i -hutinn. Piles quickly and positively cured With Pr. Shoop's Magic Ointmi>nt. It's made for piles alone-and it does (ho work surely and with sat inlaetion, Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use, J^rge. Nickel Clipped glass jars, 50 cenls. Sold and recommended by ,1, D, lliginliothani and Co. bank ivcognizMi b.v tha coininittc and no funds can he drawn out with out the N.ignature of the prcsid-mt,^ secrotai-y an. Manufacturers of Marble and (ininitt; MONUMI'NTS Wholesale aiut Ketaii NELSON, B.C. I B.CMMOUI glasses. ;W. J. Amistrongl JEWELER ; ENOBAVER OPTICIAN. ^ Acrent tor BELIi PIANOS '^ii^.^f'^l-.l Jim ;