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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta N. L Sitpheni Mail Rocfccadert When you come to the Me tropolls stay at the Palace Hotel* NEWS THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers NEW POLITICAL PARTY Labor Men Prepare A Platform to Submit to the People. live board compost! of theao officers and fJoloRatos to the general com -i mittee of the Labor party. F.nch uluti nhnll appoint five dele -gates to the general cottunktec, In rase two or more clubs l>e form-! ed in the same electoral district, �ur oid��r8 for prc'sorviiiR I (From the Clarcsholm Ueview.) The Utile Now Is ver> low. The (.'nruuingay Farm Co. uiv threshing this week, The wheat will run over twenty-live bushels to ilie tie re, and wilt grade No. I hard. They expect lo Imve about 1*0,000 bushels of wheal ami barley 1o market . Mrs. .1. II Itosenher^vr haw returned home nfO�r a short visit wHh her dnughi*>r Mrs C, F. Hummers, .she iiruiitfhi with her some fine samples i.i tiot a i oes ruined on t hi* Kosenher  gee I'm in, nne weighing 2 II a niwl - ounces, Mr. C. W, Carman nnd family of Chicago ari' slili hen* ami will remain until the threshing Is finished. There has bran (piile an exintou-of ranchers along the river recently MessT, Morin and Pnwson hnv'iu removed with their families to Leth-brldge. Flii�? crops are reported � from ewry where hereabouts. The recent heavy frost doing lHtle damage to the tfrain. We expert to push our telephone line Into ClnrnHholnr this- fall. so get in line." gentlemen. TAMFIL (From Herald's Correspondent.) Candies Cigars lee Cream, ete. J.W. K an &Co Opposite P. O. Phone 98 0 lazing Graining It is not a build imr boom lhat has ' struck Tuber; it's just a steady up-j building, that's all. carpenters are in good denmml all the Cmc. , About 20 of Ta�>er\h most popular | ladles are olT lo different parts of '> ihe Fulled Stutc� on a visiting nils, sion. The dance and social at the Taber hall last night was one of the most enjoyable in the history of Taber. ; The opening drama of the season i will be presented hen* on the eve oi" Oct. i\; at 'Falter hall. Ingomnr is the title of the |dny and will be /lone y*y Tuber Dramatic Co. The weather is exceptionally ple.i* ant and the t hreshers a re. ta M ag- advantatre of ii. The yield of grain per aero is much iti excess of last ----i r.eason * ^ ^ a w -v ^ ^ ^ ^ * i J he noise of saw and hammer is T T �, still heart I on every hand. The m W. Me BARBER. Painter aiul Decorator Carringo Painting n specialty KaUominiu^ Paiwrhan^ing r I P 1 TOWN LOTS %  U*hin(1 ihv hammer and saw  * * tanking an impivssion heit*. are llcnuUmtittl lii�ts in Hlocks $ fc'CMHiMl "Fr Apply to H. MACBETH Rad'' Walker of Swill Current, Montana. , The > citing man was tries! Ikm'oiv dustiv. covered the lifiy ilollars under u b .\ �eaiihing through Uad's house dis- Jlev. Uu\ ul  I ones, It. A , A^.Mft.n Alulitis at ii oo a. m. Sunday School at "Too p, in. Kvonsong at 7.HO. Ctflebrutjon of Holy Communion:- l�t Sunday in the month, 8 a. m. (Plain), and It a m. (Choral.) 3t Wundny School at !I.OO p m. F-vensong nt i�. m. ' WKS1J3Y MKTI1UUIST fill RCH. Itev. .1, k. Ilughson, ha, Pontor. Suixlay wrviceB at ll-W � a�d 7.00 p. m. ^ Sunday School and Uiblc Class ut a trice wan in town on Sumlh, *u *>it* j� ui|*�r 'Umj.mKui N.W.M.P. came in from Macleovl on V\eihieMla\ to locate permanently here. The Inspector was accoinpnn led i\v his wile and four chiUlivn. Mr. Taylor has Ixvn in the Yukon for the last four jears. lie is a sou of the late Chief Justice. Sir Thorn* W. Taylor of Manitoba. a uell know a dis I as i as Mr. .1. MeOivern. miner from the Swift Current p. m. Prayer Mooting1. Wednesdays, nt 8.00 p.m. F.pworth league, Fridays, at 8.01 p.m. ksox enuurj-1. (Prosbyterion.) Hev. A. M. Clowlon. MitrlKler. Surtday Services at 11.00 a. in. and 7.30 p. i�. Sum)ay School at 3.00 Prayer JAvox i ng every WtMlwaday amdngat 8.0ft o'clock. � am! in course of conversation he tells us lhat la* was at work on the Keid ' group of mines most of the summer , ami that the prospects are not at itII overeolored in our late report s. In fact the more work is done ihe lietter the showing. The ore is declared, by all those who know an;. -thing of mining, lo be of the ,-ry best .grading high in copper with a good showing of silver and enough gold to go a long way towards the paying of the vorkb.g excuses. tVork will go steadily on *en worlat nuiu. |mvo start- at 8.0ft o'clock. afternoon ami Hrd ml slowly to gather immense volume as they progressed, and if wo el* *.ld wake up some fun* morning to find ourselves contiguous to a se vnd Itutte with railroads galore ae Hhonld l)o gitting up earlier and �*t* C. fc:. Ifughes, an eminent lawyv ting ourseives on tha back, i-.-u'i for towards the West and watch d-vet i oomonts. StfU'lnff Oiiclo WoUnesday at 3.00 o'clock. MlBsionary moot in gR 1st Fridays in month. PIXCUKIt CHFJJK. (From the Kcho.) A little daughter of Hev. Mr. Ma.--Phall's when passing where they were mixing mvrlnr stopped lo ex -amine ihe proceedings. On be ng told by the workman to jump in nnd got Iter shoes itollsluxl, she repAed: "Oh no; I would be terribly mortlfUftJ if I had Jo do that." S. C. Harper brought us n sample of sugar beets grown on his place which will compare favorably with any we have seen grown in Haymond or Magrath. He intends sending a sack down to the sugar factory at ! Haymond to have them tested as to their ipiality for sugar making purposes. The trial of the Indians for defrauding Ihe Customs, which was concluded last Friday, resulted in the actpiiital of (he oldest one. while Ihe >ounger one. John Siiir, was found guilty ami fined S.'iO nnd costs ��r two months In jail. Me was Madeod to serve Ills sentence In default of I As briefly announced in the tolographic reports last week, the Ho -minion Trades and Labor congress by a vote of 08 to 7 decided to organize a new political parly, (to be known as the Canadian Labor party unIVS.. and methoils of procedure, vis well i�s'()(>m vice-president, reet.rdln.? seciv - Ihe platform, appears iu mil her- jUu.v |i|H| (.ol,vs|(OM(li)^ SlM.r(.tary( under nnd very clearly and explicit -lv sets forth the conclusions reached by the Trades and I .alior congivss. Hestdmlon No. 80-.||y secure the amelioration of their con- trcusurer an literary agent. This board shall be elected at first regular meeting in July. t he Platform and Principle*--Hominlnn Trailes Congress 1. Fi'ee compulsory education. 2. I^egal work day of eight hour* and s'\ days a week. j We are now prop�re* and energetic enforcement of the laws can best be obtained by tie presence in parliauku.t ami,In the to 'cat legislature of n� present at Ives el-lectocl by Int>or for the direct int �r-esis oi* labor. And, whereas this congress �a" bwn and must cont inue to be. a aterworks, light ing, etc. Tax reform, by lessening taxation on industry and incivustu"- it on h 1 'and \ alues. K, Mud it mn *>f dominion senate J 0. F veins ion of I 'hinese, 10, The union label to he placed on (ill niaiiufacl u'ed goods, wlu-fc pl'ae Mt* , '.enbe- and m\ all government ami All Buggies and Farm Wagons Will be sold �t in -Work- leg-islnlive mouthpiece of organized j tnunicipal siipplies.! talmr in Panada. irrespective an.;, n. Abolition of chi'.d iab.o-Hat, general imlojtendent of any bcnl^ engaged in . children under 11 years old and the effort to send represcntatives of [ fomvx\v labor in all branches ,f the |>oople to imrliuinont nnd the ! ,|,|Htriul life, such as mines, legislatures of this country. (shops., factories, etc. And. whereas the plat form of prin j jo. AlmUtinn of property nualiuY. ciples of this eongtvss contain Mir J i|on for all publir oftkes. ' { III. Voluntary arbitration of lab��r of organized labor during the t disputes. period of its existence ami struggles i *n Panada. Therefore Ie it resolve.I I. That this congress endorse the COST FOR. CASH TO CLKAU HALAXCK OF STOCK IlKFOKE SNOW FLIES Ihe Alliccta Northwestern Kail way was held in Medicine Hut on Satur -epitome of the �*st thought and el day. Th.t outside parties pi*eseni \ foct were K. F. Cetchell, Chicago. .1. Mc. Arthur. Winnipeg, and X.0. Heck nf Kdinonlon. This is the con\|>.uiv ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. I. W. MpNicorM Clcnond Manager, Lethbridge, Altii. Xow occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old stand - Round Street I P. Proportional represent at i id. Prohibition of prison tabor in conserving the Interests of the worn , competiin>n with inv labor, ing people of this country. Adopted from Quebec Platform 2. That such action as may be t State insurance for old ago and noeossnry to obtain this object shall sickness. be independent oi this congress. j *2, Prohibition of prison labor in 11 That the platform of principles ( competition with fruo labor, of this congress U- tvcouuuerahsl as ;i�.Suppiv�9ing of all private tanks 1ELEPH0NE NO. Frsh -FOK ALL KINDS OF Salt M Fish, Poultry "Two years ago our little girl had f Ihe platform to l>e ad ipted by thos, a touch at pneumonia, which l-ft her j :ngaged in this inde(>ettoVnt ilTort. with an awful cough. She had speus ! 4- ''hat immediately upon the ad- public affairs of coughing, just like one w-th the ) iouinment of ibis convention the whooping cough and some thought j provincial excutivos of the congres she would not got well at till. We , take the preliminary steps to sum -got a bottle of Chamlsulain's Cough mon � convention of the trade an IteuuMly, which acted "like a charm of tln-ir res|k>ctixe pro\jmvH. She stopped -smghing and gi>t stout J xhn*� in �> tissociutlon to ear and founding of � national bank 1. Complete IllHM-ry of the in PI0HB I a nd fa 1." w ri I es M rs. Ora lhissard Urubaker. Ill This remedy is for sale b.t all druggists. o Kledion of judgys by the pm>pt* 0 Suppression of usury interest 7. Crctuion oi a btbor minis! -i* H \bolittt>n of dommiott senate Suppress ton of h;i rtior commission . I't l! ion of imiuim'at ion 11 Thiit the general elections be MIRON ry on thereafter the work of electing .it ivgular date. e\er> /our \ea*** Wll \T \H\: YOl It lbJfcS Wli tContributed by the U. C. T. V ) He,think the mothers lo.j.i;,  scarce I.\ be tov> careful o, r�'4^cd to the books and perio b  is v.l..*� (all into their children's bunds. K\�d so often comes to us i.nina ,(% �! *^s a ver.v angel of light. "V i.m..i r ami always he on our t.:to*l t nd , give careful heoil to -**s o^i ir 'tif.un. Supply them with .dea'.y �.f e,*oe. some, uplifting. Jnt-�'v ng f*n'�iv, and they will not C*si e ;he otb i. Appendisl is a brief i t.. t-* *� si-  the other day. by  ..i| l:t ' lour. It is so p;oot\ a A .\,*r� . so neeessar.\ that ve g\- > i ibe se|i�ction in full: What a nuts* of fillhy. e\ciiinu. poisonous matter Is priutisl 'a thes�� days. Voung people, beware* Head not hing but what w ill add genuine . ami healthy Information to you. A-void the rubbishy papers and "com ic" periodicals, which lend levii> and emptiness to life, and make the mind an easy prey for the suggest! inns of unclean thoughts. Head your Ilible; study it. laNten to Clod's own word: " ! shall a man cleanse his way? Mv ' taking hii-d Huuetti uncording to thy word * Thy word have i hid in my heart t that I might not sin against Thee." ! Ttnvad the Mible ami live accord -ing to it bv the help of Hod. is ihn | San* means of kveping lho heart | from sin. Head, study, low, and '.ve your Ilible. Put away from you all pictures , which incline,you to impure thought1 If you haw any. or books with such in them, burn them. This is a flay in which the devil is j peculiarly busy presenting to the clar�*-l oiulieualde and iv^�t\atn�n of all tirauts ot lend to corporations or ;a di\liduals tiot in arror.laiee with laud legubit ions. H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Food Slahlo in coiiucctiou lephon Lal^ds Alhorlan. t r ob.iect ot the l.ahor l\trt.\ is f C. \. Stuurl. MA,. L.L.M , MP lo fight all piiliiics in eonlliet wi;h|r- hi,H )n>%'" apptdnted to the uewl\ the interest of sorieu and working, creanil position on ihe Snpivm.* classes andato n-place the actual . court ot All.erta. lilical system by a social and co-op j Mr. Nlimri in erativc form oi goveiament lor welfare ot the whole roiintf> M eans out the signature of the president, Pih's rpdekly and poKtlively curod . secrctaiy and treasurer. A sur��i> Pr. Shoop's Magic Ointment, bond shall be furnished by the tie.s ; UtVV. a mmpnrat ivelv .\onng biwyer, having U*eii c.ilhNl 1.* the hue at Osgoode hall in Is'.i'l I b* is ft gruduale oi t be I* ntver-iii \ of Toronto of the elites ot |MfM Ut** course there wn*� an e\i epi nu,  !\ brilliant one. being gold uie.lalis; all ila* wa\ 1 hrough m > Iusmi i and taking a \'-r\ high steiiil m |�obt  ical science and hisl�u> �hi coiuph'i- ing his term in I "oi "ut ** unit �>i **il> )h* Was nppUllil'd i elltpt >l .11 \ lectlll''-' in historv . ibn ('atgai\ u� IStIS He toin. *1 the firm oi Solon, Short *\ Stuart .n VSO'J X He w as a candidate5 for the va oancy in the Territorial legislature orealx^v on ln,. Saskai.h-u - e bench. His head/piai leis Moose d aw FOR THE REST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE To obtain the- ob.iecl the l.a'^ h Part> 'is working t" have u iust re [.resentat itm 'a t . electoral Fund Fuch member of a labor club eon irituiteN J."* cents per annum thr(*ugh the general fund of the party. Fach particular club shall haw the right to fi\ the membership eouui -buiion. The treasurer of t he general com-nittee shall deposit ad money in the government hank recognized by th�.� committee, ami no funds ran Iks drawn out with HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS KOQTENAY : MARBLE WORKS Shacklcton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of Mui-hlc and (ininitc MONUMKNTS Wholesale and Kctnil When YoiiYe Getting Classes (.Jet them riKht. Have them fitted as they should be. Have the lenses made for vor - to V\ ill I C at NELSON,B.C.: I B.C. MOOR K.Local Aftt  with ll/s made for piles alone-and it does the work surely and with sat Ufaetion. Itching, painful, protriwl- TOH\n:\ IS OF TKTTKIt X FA'y?F.MA ALL IVFI* 1) Draying and Team Work your measure. Then you may read when you like, where yon like, and as much as you like, and you'll not need to turn or twist the book, looking for c u Rood time to commence to have your eyes looked after. Cousultation is free, yonknow --ttiiy time you call. No charge for anything hut the glasses. Labor Clubs 'lie UepubWran candidate will governor of NTow York. intf or blind piles disappear like Political l.abor Ciubs shall for tnairit-' l>y *tK J^irge, Nickel Cap- ' med in each electoral district. Th'� ped ftlass jars, 30 cents. Sold and \ officer* of the club shall be a presi  recommended by .1. P. Higinliotham 'lent, a recoivliiiff secretary, u treas cured by its use. For �>ale by and Co, i urer. a literary a^enr and an txecu- drugi-ists. The intense itching char.icteri*.! �c ut "CAiiUi, tettei and like skin diseases is inMantly aliay�-