Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Vage 10 TII E L F, T IT B G E I) AIL Y IIE K A L D J-'ritlay, April THE SEMI-READY STORE Men of Lethbridge ATTENTION The FIRST TEN MEN The lii'st Uxn men iu my store Saturday Morning Can buy Any Shoe in the house at a pair T svill also give a cluuice fo three more men 10 get a good suit cheap. The first three men buying a suit on Saturday 1 will give choice of stock at 815.00, so come early. -Saturday Specials in Summer good double thread Balbriggan underwear special for 90 cents per suit. Come Early and Get a -Bargain SEMI-READY STORE S. C. BATEMAN, Prop. Empress Block IDREBP Somcthing About tKe Constitu- tion of Canada and the Motherland reality the ap- pointment being made by the prime minister. have a cabinet of ministers .to advise him, so the gar- has practically never been exercised j stand alone, with the same rights aa since the days of Cromwell. He is j the other provinces. The original more or leas oi a figure hyad. "As we (provinces at coniederation do not elect a Jang, so we caunot i their own resources, i.e., lands, niiri elect a governor-general. Theoretic- ieraly, haven't ally, the King be his lands, timber and minerals-, as yet, hut the government has administered them, buittimg railways, court hous- es, etc. Townships "Are laid out by an initial meri- crnor-general must have a senate. I dian or" longitude with, east and west For governor-generals, men arc usu- surveys, in ranges six miles across ally chosen who have achievf.ti some-.and m townships.; six miles from thing, beeii viceroy of India or to south. Koads and high- land, etc. Ouc ways are invested in the province or on account position, has I municipality. _____ ____vwas the opinion expressed to active part m School Boards the Herald this morning by Man- politics and is cuiefiy respected on "Aay person, man or woman, who ager Allen Jack, oi the Lethbridge account of his relation to the King, j is a residential ratepayer can be Exhibition, who had I Unprecedented Expenditure is Decided on for Western Canada Winnipeg, Apvil 10 The Canadian. Pacific railwiv will expend 000 in Western Cuuailu Ibis year. Tins vast sum is moro than twice I the amount of spent here by tho company last year and it is i the record amount ever devoted to j construction work by any one" road j 1 on t-lie continent in aity one year. The natural resources department jof the road also 1ms some huge irri- gation and industrial si'homes on I hand which will easily raise the amount to Tho main works include, tunnel through Holers' pans which, it is es- timated, will cost six or'eight mil- lions. I Continuation of double tracking. Continuation-of work on terminals 'ami yards ut Traiiseoiiu, IVimupeg, lOgrien, Calgary and Couulllam, Ymi- couvcr. tUiilriing of many large bridges such ias that .over tho Hed -River at Win- nipeg, the. South Saskatchewan at Medicine Hat, the How at Calgary, and the Pitt in British Columbia. Additions to depot and hotels at Winnipeg ant} Vancouver, works together will cost The Canadian Pacilic railway has a tre- mendous of work ahead ot it this-year, and it is uncertain whefch-- er or not the Mildcn-Empress line, Central be constructed. If waterfals, men'and time avail, tho Hue will be built, hut i! not it will be postponed'til! next year. Grant Hall, general -manager of tho C. P. R. western lines has just re- turned to the city from Eastern Cnn- ada, where no has been presenting supplementary estimates to Sir Thomas? SliaUghneasy, president of the road. It is officially announced this morn- ing that the Transcona.yards "com- prising 105 miles-of will be in operation for the handling of grain this fall. .'-The'Keif Rivrr bridge ivW, be-Ukewiso in shape for the-opening xif the fall grain-rush. tracking-of. the main line is proceeding -and it will be rushed to; completion. YES, SIR! OUR STORE! Was crowded every day with enthusiastic huyors, we still have a few days more to continue Members in complications, 1 do not see why wo- one from his own party, who has j provincial elections, the women in done true and valiant service fgr his Alber'ia have every right conceded to partp The Briti h North America men. As the government of a prov- i "fixed the .basis'of representation Jince in no way includes internafc'onal i-he lower house, and 24 in the sen- men should votes fa ate. The senate may. but jrincial matters. They can pro- 'n 'land, London, county .council, of I which is'more important .that' th pro- ,pi Quebec's representation never crease_s, and the representation other provinces is HIP sas n. pro- provincial-- parliament of Alberta. '.By' portion to Uberta Jias 'the. Married' SVomen's Property 'Act 1 representati ea in the senate aid. women are given equal rights 4 in hhe. Dominion house.-. The pass- j men in regard to property. with ing of a redistribution act is the usual custom of the Canadian parlia ment after each new census, House c! Commons 'Is. ejected-by the people ut large. According to -the constitution, nicm hers are elected For the .Dominion Woman's Relief Act Aimed to protect women, Uie with their husbands and to build up a "noine.. .They huy who help house, and it is taken in .the hus- band's name. The wife does just as much, but sometimes the husband house lor the whole ol Can da Our it away from the wife. By this member Mr Bjrlnnan .can n bti> j if the husband wills her -less or than she would obtain'did he die in- testate, by "application to the court she obtains as much as she would .have got. 'I no limitation to the ri with, it very fully by answering number ot questions, which had been submitted ?to him. He explained, that as many of the questions, asked were, so simple, that an> one in Canada 101 anv' length of time' must' know the an- swer, fce toofc it-- that wet? asked by some, who .recently came from ;the republic to the south, and hence he would British and Canadian constitution with, tnat oi tfie Lmt-d States He said in t tisb consti tuf oa is e the tatted fetates constitution as ongmalK con federation IE a written. Itution It is im possible for any court of law to de clarp a- law passed by the British parliament although pjrha mcnt, or re-enact a law. hat in the United States we find the supreme court declaring that congrese had no power in the consti tion. to; Pass" such and such laws. confederation the four older prov intes decided to have a Dominion parliament and freely gave up cer tain general matters to Dominion centre1 Henoe there are quite a number of rights oi the Dominion government, upon which the provme- .es do not encroach. Some or these are the laws relating .to criminal matters, banks and -banking, trade and commerce railwaj s> marriage and divorce, etc. Structure of Constitution Whpn the King- is suorr to re specfc the British constitution, he is bound to recognize the ngHb o the house of lords and house of commons. (The; governor-general is in the Hudson's Bay hut 'twelve miles from Stirling, which wa flame, position db thf Kmt, m fnk 'the Mb rfi "J05 Mb r( t tnd recently purchased at a. cost or He has the nxkl 9! ety baskitchtn an obtimcd the to say that he 'represents Toronto Quebec oc any other place, hccaus1 he was for Canada as i whole from the Pacific to- the Atlan as for Loth bridge and iiedicine Hat althou h in jof women to employment. The pro- practice Uelj boon fcssions are all open to women hear Horn hi1: crristifcupnts if he not specially Interested in his mvn from attending the big. stock show in Calgary. Cattle brought an ex- orbitant price there, showing; that the farmers of this province are bent on securing the best, .and, also that they L are desirous o! going into the mixed farming, game; While in Calgary jlr. Jack, receiv several entries Lethbridge showon April 23 und 24. However, the lateness oi go against a big exhibition. .Indeed in Calgarv the cattle "how wa" not up to the mark or.pfeyious years, ._but the horses were there in greater numbers and better quality than ever. W. H. Pawson, of ed the show at Calgary, and suc- ceeded in purchasing .some full blood stock for his farm at Coaldale. He purchased a fine head for. his dairy herd and two cows, all of the Dairy Shorthorn breed: m Calgarv Jack vas in formed by Superintendent ot Fairs. Lewis that A. McMillan-, of Winni- peg, who judged the light'hoise class- es at the here last sum- mer, will judge all the hpcses at the stock show this month'. Sir- Fairfield of the Experiment-it IgjjjlFarm, returned from Calgary nith constituency. iy as to men. Sleeting of Legislature The time no one knows, but it [depends or. the will, of the party in power. According to British tradi- i lions it meets once in six years, hut sar. Parliament TUglit of Election Varies to some extent hi different provinces. In Alberts we have man hood th iiu p opritv re jD practice once striction m 9I of prorogued or adjourned at fcho irsid nt n tlit pro mce one tond miudate of the and writs the crnst tutncy months hat, Eor a new eicclion may be taken out Uu, n ht lo ott uhood suffrage the parly in appJj ilso to the pro mtiaJ hoiis other questions were'also :an- 4 >nfiil by Mr. Convbeace with most Ihc heut Hint governor in tht lucid province lias tho same rights there -------_____________ as the general has m the' ft md IB a i cwlUMiei, Can i New Settler5 ndiun appointment with a four or five j -1- C. Uolroyd and famliy arrived ycai term- Alberta and Saskatchs, rom Milford, Iowa, yesterday. They j originally formed part ol tht 'RI'e going to thoir 320 awe farm, some Mr. and H- Jick THE PEOPLES' FORUM FOR GEORGE Editor of.The Lethbridge Herald: it true that George M. Hatch wins one. hundred dollars, if the tree (now planted-on the -Square and removed from Mr, Houk's giird- den last spring by our lato park sup- erintendent, Mr. Mitchell) lives through this, summer? It it is true, I think our ex-Mayor -will romp home fill right with the wager, as when I -passed the tree a few days ago whic> ie supposed to be tho oldest in Leth- bridge, I "noticed, the sap weeping from one.of the little twigs, .probably broken: by some passerby, and which will surely make George M. put on his best umile. Yours truly, INTERESTED. of the (establish a suitable place for'staugli- Jedera! government in charge oi the tering, where an inspector may be enforcement ol the pure jiieat canned foods law, thinks thafc the Many or the farmers who were old woollen mill could he converted sending meat into B. C., thought into'a first-class abattoir with very i that this stir would include their little exptnne, much less in fact than shipments alike with the dealers.-but Doctor I-'isIipr wished it emphatical- ly understood that any farmer .wish- ing" cb spmniiieat'tcrUr C., could con- tinue to do so the declaration provided in the .regu- lations, after making a -statement wus at first intimated, would be ne- cessary. Every facility is at first This sewer facilities arc good, and the location is first-class. It is enouglv removed to prevent its coming a nuisance for some years at a railway spur could be extended without much expense. And then it is in the open country practically, and this would he an im- menie the farmers in that the stock was his .own and was by. him on-.his farm. Following j is the clause relating to this, subject: "I hereby certify that I am a farm- er, and. that, the .following described carcasses or parta are from an animal owned by me, and BUSINESS LOCALS WHAT THE POWER OF READY CASH WILL ACCOMPLISH Wriffht Bros., who operate 'jewelry EKores in western 'Canada, bad a lucky buy through, their buy- er, at .where tbfey .fid a complute line" of travelers sam- ples at OS cents 'dollar. -One third of tnls stock baa arrived for tbe Lothtoriilge store and art account of befng-handicapped ,for fall'a orders ablpued than former years.'This special'-sale-ot high grade stock will bo put on Saturday, April I2rli and tbp price goods will bo nold at, should find a ready sale. It will.he an opportunity of a lifetime to buy that June wedding present aa most of the etpclc la Bterllug silver, cut glass, gold goods and diamonds. getting their live stock own premises, and that "at this date wholesome and Doctor ,Fisher said that many com- plaints had reached the department in regard to the open violation of the pUIt foods he had left immedi- itp investigate, the. situation. He has been .to Pincher Creek where the chief complaints were from, and he reports that conditions there are re- markably startling, and that some- thing, must be done at once to re- lieve the situation there. Conditions in Lethbridge warrant the appointment ol an inspector, for large shipments are now cut oK from the B. G. markets. As soon as the butchers or shippers to these mar- kets decide that they- want to con- tinue their intei provincial ship- ments, the council -will help them to fit .lor human consumption. Number of carcasses Description Signature. When these certificates are made out and presented to the-agent, the consignment will be accepted by him for shipment into 13. C. without fur- ther incumbrahce on the farmers'. Doctor Fisher wished this particu- larly understood, as-'he said, a great maiiy had been misguided in the matter. The doctor has wired for 100 cop- ies of the regulations governing the enforcement oE the pure .foods act, j and they will he distributed by the Associate Boards of Trade. TEN MILLIONS .ISSUE SETS A RE- CORD FOR .ANY CANADIAN London, April new city of ncgina loan of 5 per cent at 101 has been underwritten today. The city of Edmonton has succeeded in placing five per cent de- benture at D5-. The loan iK of a which-it is said was nttver previously attempted in any Dominion city. Whether the matter is for congratu- lation, or otherwise, remains to be :seen." It is "certain though, that fin- ancial circles here when the news got abroad will get inclined to gasp at Edmonton's temerity Fined For Fast Riding 1'n response to a summons served yesterday, Aleck Koronski and Venue Morosky'.appeared in the City pqlics court this morning on p. charge ol gal- loping horses, which they were riding, North, at a terrific, rate of speed, endangering the lives of pedeefiriana. They were froth f6.00'and.costs each. KNOX S.S. BANQUET The- second .annual banquet of the Young 'Men's Secondary HLbie class of Knox Church, which L.was held in the school.'robin last evening 'was most successful. Thirty guests enjoyed, and did ample justice >to tho good things TV.-H. Morris, Mrs. Earle Roberta and Mrs. H. B. Crow presided in the kitchen, the viands >being served by the Misses Alrd, Armstrong, Campbell and Sang. jWthur Reid was todstmaster, and Hoy Conibear and "Wili'red Mu-r- ry, repHecl to tlie loasts on "Wireless and "Class respectively, wliile Campbell Aird rendered a. fine violin solo. A number of telegrams to tlie hoys were respanaiblo for clever im- promptu speeches from George McKil- lop, Percy Morris, Robert Sang, John White, Gall MoKain, Harry Morgan, Mr. Tlev. A. G. Cameron and Mr, Barle Roberts, the class teacher. Mr. A. J, Jrvliig was pre- sent, but was called away before giv- ing His speech. Maiieslfour Backaclie poickiy Disappear A Few "Doses Relieves all Such. 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