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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PROCEEDINGS AT THE LEGISLATURE TICKS FROM TWE WIRE IMiiU'Hion, Altn., April l't.--'I'lH.' riitployws wci-o tloiog at the present ovi-niiig s.'.s.-.ioiis oi the I.oglsUi; ti' coimiU'iui-d MdiKla.v, lll^' (!.'  i .>ii'il i'\ iilii\U.v iiiii-t>.liii! iiio (Toitif; lliroMgli at a v^ry  iiji^l i'ftto. lull tliot-e is mi i'liDi'ciijiis pilo AVc have jlut receiv�.l ii largo shipment of Lnwn Hose. We c�n fill your iixniinMiiouts in Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. Your lawn iiiid treos netil wad-r, .iml luirry ii)g water is a hanl and slow job. Let us hooV your orders, and you are snro of the Etest Material and Prices. 01 Ifiji.slrtvion fnoiitg llw tJuM'v.ini.-iit, an.l evi>n wHh night sittings il lookn . nt fht"'ut i^taK*-' like u long svs-sion Tho lu-l rcS|X'clit>g real pro|iei-t.y in ing to the (jallory, or luoro proiiorly ,. , . , Indulging in tho argumoivlu.n ait, '\ novv c.oamory is being.built, tiopiiluiu. Ho wiis trying to i)ut.iip- *"� on the Opposition a givtit daai tnoro ; Xorih Baliletord i.s to l;c iiicnrpor-Vhnn tN.\v would stand tiir. Ho had ali^rl n.s a villngo. plenty of opposition from his own' , . , _ , , , , , ' ' 17rnii-ii' fires havo IioCn doing much iiinc. Sub-section il. .soclion 'JQ is I'ho \Wiii;h priivinli\s for a fi'C Dirtf is to' lo rliiirgx (1 C. V. R. and |.side. lliul.soii r.ay for llio i.ssiio to tlientj "I vonornto the Koinun Catholii' of loi t Kiialcs of litli! ai.d ronds ,f as , i-hiirch, and I r�pudiulc Hic Attor- noy-(>otM>rrtl'9 insinuation.",, Mr. MtKcnncy, who reprosi.-nt.s Sl.i :ln;iiag�,' nroumi f�lrls. rriiicp .'Vllwrt fnrmprs will erect ii flour ami (HVtmcal n>lU. ' folloiv.s: Whore pfisim.s havo olitoin- 1 il a pHtiMU iiiwlor 11 'hoimistcad or. ........____...............------........... nnflcr luune.'Uoiid ai.�l pre-oiiiplion j Allicit. th.m got sarcastic in thank-I HatHelor^l dosircs a pprmanoiTt i-ntry or lUKlci- hali-luvod land .scripting ilr. Itoljcrtson in the nnino ofj uioiintevi nflo.9. or Ufititary laiiKl .scrip in accordance 11 ho Itoman Oa+bolic church for his ^ l.he Aliisonic 'oi\ier instituted a Ask your tieket ngont for tickotB via tho WiscbfiSih Central Ry. . Miiwftukcs. Chicago, and All ' Points Ea�t and South with the �ct of purtinment of Cnn- ilio I'loviiicc of AHjtrta, which i.sthcjada known as iIm? l>omiu'ion band Act atid atm^ndnvonts thereto dupli-cnie ccrtiticatc of title shall ho is-.siievi..riiniei�t takes over the tf'. Ics l.iu.siiie.'^s from the Uomi' It Im.s few amoiKlnioiits. hut what, there are arc very important. In bringing the I ill in, .Vllorney-C.enor-al Cros;a saiil that tho bill was a continuation of the land act, which has bet'U in force in the Territories .since 1SV)4. with very few ehaivgcs. Some of I'he clvnnges he considered very importnivt. The first in importance was the change made in lomu'ction wivh the liling of caveats.-The object was to provide for the filing of agrtom"t\ls of sale under the caveat .'.y.s-tem. Heretofore it has boon impc.ssiiile to register an O'grec-ineul of sale, no matter what the purchaser's c�iulty in the parcel ot '.and purchased One of the princi- ________: ' pal a^lvantages of the clause was that which contained the law that parties who had purchased land from the H. JJ. Co or C V XI. or similar partie.s, mis-ht go to the rcig-j iatry oflice and file the registration ' of I'lieir purclia.'w under the agree-'� tnent, iastead of having to sernl to 'the legistrar at Winnipeg as pro-i vided for )y those companies at the i pre.sent t ime. The M!cond chau;^e of importance I prox-tdcd for the impouuding ol titles At the pi-e.s,:'nt time, ' whn a man mortgages a property, the 'mortgage holder ulmosi invariably tnkes possession of the title, and when afierwapJs he wants to trans-, fcr it or fuinher encumber the prop-jprty, he has to go to the roortgageB I and get a cort;flcate of title from i him in order to take it to tb� reg-fistry oftice. In a great many cases � those titles ore in the hands of loan ' companies havinp; ofllces in Toronto or Morvtrua.l, or in some c�9es f*rth-1 ir away, and nany of the compan-I ies do not send certificates to the icgistrnr wiihoiit a pajinent of tee ; or chiirt;es. Tho act now providup ; that titles of property wlvich hear i oncumi.rnnce vhnll be impounded ly ' I he rvpi.virar and kthusiastically r.'ceivo;! by tlie members of the, is the one which apparently aimed nt the O. P. R and H. B. Co, with the hUention of ' maki>ig them pay a part of the cost I of running tho record offices. Here-: tofore the Dominion Oovernment ba.^ ! been in tlie habit of issuing patents j to these companies, who then wont jWith them to tho regiistry offices and I s.icnro.i their certificates and title j I'reo of charge. Section 2*5 provides . that any person who is not a homesteader, pre-einptor, or a hoWor of I hftlftjroed .scrip, or any of tho other systems of holding land except such ' i\h would cover railway eases, shall I \io chargl, provided that transfers might bo m�de and recondod through i registry offices in case of land held I under an agreement from the C. P. . n. or Hudson's Bay Co.' At the I present time th� purciiasor had -. The maAtor spoken of, |io I said, will be covered tiy another act. John K. Moore said that toe was more than pleased with the chanjas and umcndjnontd which the (Sovern-mciil proposed to make in lltc lund l.iw As it stood, rt was one of the best land laws in the world, bat tlio i amendments outlined hy the Attor-' ney-General would have the eflect of ; making it still better than it was I heretofore. � Mr. Stuart, Oleichcn, aslied tho .Vttorney-Oeneral how much there was in the assurance fund in the ;haiids of the Dominion Government, and what were the amounts of .j claims against the (und. Mr. Cross, said he would have that informaticin oit a later date. Tlie ))ill was taken up clause by clause in committee ot the whole. Clause H wu.s lorcod to.attention. It provkloB that hereafter ,no, person who is not a lawyer with three years' b'tanding, 'shall be appointed as a rocordor. 'liiosa who are al-ready holding office are protected by i a clause which says that they shall hold office during the pleasure of the 1 ieutennnt-governor-in-councll. The clause was accepted by the House wlthotit dolHite and passed. Sootion 18, which provides * that all registry offices .shall be kept open , from 10 until. 4 o'clock was the oc-i:as!cn of considerable dehate. The Attornoy-Ociieral said they would like tho opinion of the Itouso on the j question of hours the registry oAcos I should he kept open. ; Mr. Rosonfell said ho would like to boar from the Attarney-Oeneral as I to how they were getting along with I their work nt the present time, at I the presffnt hours. The Atiome.v-General &aid that the Oovortmient foould not say what registry olBco' Speaking of the matter, A'ltoruey- e.xpivssion of vencrntiun. T.'ic bill itself was lost sight of! during Iho discussion, but it went j through uli right. , j new lodge nt Didsbury, Alia. ', Sparks from a locomotive luirned' ,".00 tons of hn,\ ix'ar J.iacombe. � The Alberta C.'onvtMiient trains. Pulhnnn sltiop-prs. Froc reclining chair curs. ^ Dining cars. , .............. fanivf'rs' convention-'- For tnll information ndtlress H.J. i:j;ln,o�t,va, April 12.-Tho Hotjs^ will Ik- held in Calgary, May I). Beigeinaun, travelling ugont. 871 10.this morning. ThelOd-l ,,, n i i a L... n i Vt- t montou and Athabasca Kailwav bill ^-fUnonUm city counci footeakoia, with SitO.Oun ----.......... - ----------------------------- Ocnornl t.:ross said that fhe (jfovern- meirt would umloii'l>tcvll\ put tho fees . ., ,___ ........._.__...........- i .. ______ ..,. high enough to niakcj tho corpora-]'I^ic. Ttbuse'in committee ngrecs, as there was a fjuestion � whether tho Dominion evf-n thought 'ilio I'rovincos were . willing to take up ih.? responsibility j of insurance. Kdmontcn. .\pril l;l.-When the rose after yesterday afternoon's .session, the Ti-emier announced an axt'door East of BroditMtnd SiiiH'oi'd's 'J'ho homo of P. C. Olass, a ratuh-1 er near Cileichon, conleiUs, was ' .asent tor Kmpire Wall Tapors, from ."ic. n roll lip. Hest of work guiiran- ! teed. This measure was introduced for thel"^*^ board. ,j benefit oV the southern ranchers to! 'JMie Helena Hepublienns elected Xirotect M>cm from cattle thieves. ] their noiiiimv for iivn.vnr, fi-unk S, Considerable surprise was expressed | 1*. J.indsa.v. when tho leader of the Opposition,! . ,.,......... ,, ................i. j Painter, the honorable member (from High Uivcr, pot up to oppose the very sections (f. the hill which applied to "'^"'"''irti tut. Southern � Alberta. The important i Miss Uuttnn, of Clare.sho.ui. .\lta., sections of the bill were all held won a gold njwdal at the \\. V. T over for furll>er consideration. ' \'. eloemion contest. The irrepres.siNe Mr. Hiobeia Sir ijobort Ihori.urn, who to say that the bill see mod to as- ,. ,f Xowfou.idland from sumo that the majority ot the PfJ-m,oi^'Hi is denrl pie in Southern Alberta were cattle stealers. He know the South was iti D. -M. Chri.slie, Koniptville, (hit., bnd (.'dor for having returned l wo , wa.s appoinl>CKl science' master in Conservatives, but .ho would move to ;-*lralheon.i's colleginfe. strike out flK. clause dift'erontiatiuB .oUected at Hnnbv. 090 on WM. SHAW I'liper .llnnoer. Pecor.Uor. nesiil,.iice^l''ir. price of provincial lands DRAYING All kinds of Draying find Toam work doni^ promptly. stkaw for SALi: EARL KIRKHAM railway car unless such .stock has been -inspectid by an inspector of stock and such inspector has issuwl a ceitificatc in or to. the effect of form A in the schedule hereto." 13. Ewry person other than a from S4 aii'.l S� l>er acre to *8. Tho C. I'. U. has to pay C. Hanson, l{r>d IXvr, ;?8,500 for the loss of a leg l)y being run over by a train. \ndrow Carnegie subscribed $25,- I town lots I t possible lor the original purchas- butcher who slaugtvters any head oi toward tiro .$100,000 ettdowmeiil er, by giving due and proper notice, cattle .shall exhibit the hide of such j j ^ . jjonfana coUego at De.r to have himself registered in tho '  * -...... same position as he held previous to the time he gave the agreement of sale. animal at the time and place the LoOce tx*f is o�Tere.d for sale, and before tx*f - such lieef i.-^ ollerod for sale the hide shoU K� punched and a record of The clauses covering registration j the brands (if anj*) thei-eon mode by and agreement bf sale by caveat | an inspeotor'cf �ftcck. were odopietl practically as drawn The heart of the business sectiou; of Bannock was burned, with JS9,O00i^^ Toss. Uannock was the first eapitnl i T of Montana territory. ^/ The Canadian Tacific Hallway \% Kesid.nUial Lots in Blocks | and "F," Apply to np in the original bill, which makes Edmonton, Thursday, April IV- f,jj,ip^^yf^.^.^ scholarships j ^ It possible for a purchaser under an I The fir.�t private bill affecting EU- .^^ J^ppl^od science ot McGill Univer-' -ng'nvnieni of sale to take the ogreof monton people went through the leg-1 ^j,,^, jj,^ employees and sons. i nieirt to the registry offl;e and there jslaturc for its first aod second - , ' t. , record the caveal, which, attached reading, and was completwl all but The Winnipeg Street Railway Com-1 tn the agreement, makes it impo.s-1 the third reading. �hich will come.pany will institute proeeedmgs [ sihle to lurihcr the land; up next week. It was the-bill to' in- against the ctty for damage to their | without his coii.'^ont. The rc-1 corporate the AUx-rta Canadian In-1 cars during ilie rcc-ent strike riots. James Murray. Western represcn-toti\e of tho seed grain division, has . i been appointed superintendent oi t.hem under o patent from the Do-j Xaylor are the jncorporators. with | ^j^j institutes in S^aakatche- H. MACBETH Real Estftte and Insurance. % 4- without ii.s coalmen, xiio re- corporate the Alberta i;ananton land office |,,Vance business in AHierta and else- Morris & Hend-ricKs Transfer Go. alone pateivts to thi; oxlent of two million acres, for which certificate* of title woiiid hnvo to be issued sooner or lator. The Governnvent would have control from this .source alone th.- sum of Sl.T,320, nn amount sufficient to pay all the �axponses of tho Edmoiiion land office for the entire ycir, , Five bills^l thoir third readings and are now law. The bill respecting the ireasuiy depai'tmenf, tlvo bill ie.spo"ting police magis-i.rutes and jiisiieos of the pejicv, tho wan. I The first automt>bile has made the CONTRACTING ti^ip from Whitehorse to Dawson j Tl R A Y I N C City. Mr. Gerry, of Dawson, made j . ��^*' with a machine lO-^inch COAL DELIVERY where. The clauses of tho bill re-1 the trip quir� double liability cn the part of j tread. .__ the' .shareholders, and in every, re-! All gambling lioiises at Hot' spect are similar to ii.sually in-, Springs. Ark., were closed, and 'ThejCasli must accompany all coal hiil respecting clerks orcl deputy clerks, the bill to amend chapter 2l!.h|j,g else. of the ordinances, the bill respecting; -o- KUts ogjinst the Crown by petition f.i.�viiimnlv \VATi.;il TtvrF^ of rigiht. �nd the bill respecting the; f KAN UIU>OKJ\Al Idl ItA I h.S public works tinivorsity bill will; come up ne.vt week. X bill to incorporate corporoted in on insuraJice. �> ; .Vmerkan Monte Carlo" is a thintr It is notable only ty the fact' that lot the past, 'fhe prosecuting attoi^ If IS a strictly Edmonton company, ney of the district did it which is taking oiii 'the charter, i �"ii,.;,,u,,^ ai.o There i.o as yet no-general in.sprinco hin"  ^ ' . '^-^per.encing aet. andc^mlsefptentlyacoipmittoeon tmlure of a boom, insurance was appoints! in the j f^^'^'f HoUAO a few davs aeo wJiich ' vVent ' - isg\iiscd ns a woman, John D. riockl'eller is said to have ha'd sever-1 weiss club it Wetaskiwin, ai�d n bill The following is- ,0 copy of .the .^j luitomobile outings around I.ake-! the Eidel-!' schedule .jn luree in | ^ ||,,]|(.y'.s .sm,- Cr�t�brook: to empower the town of St. Albert "'j''"'"�,'"T_ . to borrow money, wore reported fav-! �. -J. 3 or 4 rooms...... BEST READ UNS orobly by the committee on private I bills, and the bilis pass.^d later; without nmonrdment. Tho Edmonton is Athabasca Djvolopment Co., and the Edmonton &, Athabasca Railway bills were referred to a special committoo on private bills, 'fhe first i-fading was had of tho bill respecting Red Doer, introduced by .John T. Moore. A bill to incorporate tho Plncher Creek club, and a bill to incorporate the Alberta Oil, Coal and Wheat Hallway were introduced by Mr. Marcellus. The Ijegisluturo had a somewhat exciting debate on nn insignificant looking bill which was introduced at the request of tho town of St. Alljert, for the purpose of ratifying contures for �80,00O to build a grist mill and electric light plant. This amount was fni-in excess of tho sum tho town was empowered to borrow under the Miinl-cipnl Ordinance, its total nssess-ment tiein.i? at that time only f37.-000. The bill which created the trouble .vesterday, proposed to legallite thees debentures. Malcolm McKenzio, of .Macleod, aiKl Matthew McCauley, joined the Opposition in opposing the bill, on the ground that the province was assuming the respotislbility of the loan. Another element was brought Into �he diBciisoicn when Cornelius Hie-hcrt remarked ttyat St. Albert could aftord to build a church, tho foundation of which alone cost 130,000. This immediately precip't�ted the heated and personalitio.'* t>egan to fly. At the evening &ess:on the bill was l>ro.Ue^4it up again. Discussion was renewed and kept up until the committee had agreod on the bill. -). Mr. Cross said in Deccrabei*, 1904, when this lonn was made, St. Albert was then,a village with a total as-scssmcnt roll ol $37,000., In 1005 it twcamo A town, and tiie ossesstnent was $160,000. "I don't know what is the cost of the foundation of tho building referred lo Vy the Opposition, but it "has nothing to do with building this miiii and lighting plant. I have heard 5, tj or 7 rooms...:., .i 8, 9 or 10 rooms...... 10c. adttltional lor room over 10, Bath or ckiSet............. Rath and closet..... Tlotels- -. I'p to 25 rooms...... punea .servers were searching for him. SI .")0- lluilding permits issuwl in Witiiii- ..' ...52.00 . peg to date ftir.tbc year total l.CiHO ......a,,'/,,-,! buildings, at a cost of ?1, p-\cry .WO,000: the, c4)ri-espondiitg figuri-s for last; .\ear were l,'li�G builditvus, at a eusi i ......50c. i oi 81,130,000. " j ......75c.' The same hour .slie was arreslc 8."i,000 annually for thr inaintenanro Raltber shops-I .chair...... .....SI.50 of the library. . E'ilcit ad.'litionai chair..........'�-J''^^' The much wantod IV'isian clerg.v- Haths....... :.................... .. ...*d.00| J ,^ jjjj^. written to .Urated Water Works... ..S5 to �10 .y pavid, of New Westminster, from, Breweries...,...................�I10 to *1j Tin:s. rranscaucasia, intimatiiig Boarding Houses- . I that ho is eii route homo to Persia,! i;p to 15 rooms................., -^^^'but wiir return to Canada in Aug-' From 15 to 80 rooms..'...'.' ...86.00 u.^.^ The matter has been brougtit to From 30 to 50 rooms... ,. .....the attention of the attorney-gener- Churches................................JW)c_ . j, ^.j,^ province may deem it, Laundries,................. ..... to M-i .aesirablo to apply for tbc e.viradi- Laundries..............:.. to ,,,, i),y Offices............................n�l to 85 Rcetaurants........... ...�2.50 to *10 --o- Stores- .MOl-VTED POLICE TO STAY. * Ujss than 1.000 ft. floor space.2 For each additional 1,000 ft. Ottawa, _ ,\pril 12.-Colonel Wiiito, 'iif floor space or fraction^ comptroller of the Northwest mounl- thcreof................... .J.....'Oc. police, hos left for the Northwest """n Sleeping rooms in Idoclts. per [to complete orrangomenls for ihej-W. T. HENSON, roam...... ..:......................... ...-oc. |-i,ture ivlations of tho Alborta and j Stables, privato. lor each hprso Haskatehewon authorities with Ihoi or cow.................. �.-..... �2.5c.n ^.^ j^, ,nrterstood tihnt an un-', I-ivery....................^5 to SW; iini-gtandibg has practically been ar- Soda water foimtam.....:�2 to *5 Aliwrtn authoiii- BRIGHT and SPARHLINC Wines for tiio eludorato ban-(juetor tlio simple fuinily repast can Iw otdorwl from ns with tho ft'i-tainty that the (juality will be high and tho prices moderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wines are gathewled from the best growers at home and abroad. m. eiTrov �(lioleHale Ditaler lu �WINl'fc', LIQUORS ami Cia AR& P e VI. LelhbrlilKe, AlU. Central Boot & Shoe Store PROP. Ijethbridge, Alta, Veipotabla, fountains............'....^..tJ.OOi ^.^^ tha^ little difficulty is onti-l Rate for Temporary Ht-rvices- ; oipated in coming to an agivemcnt i HulMing purposes, |)er 1,000 | with the SaskatchiSwon Govcinuienl. I brick...... Barnes Co. '^?.r i with the SaskatchiSwon Govcinuienl. I -n^,rr, . -�J-^'^ ' It is also iindor.stowl tho juounted, RhAL JiSTAl E ana Other purposes at special rates. . ! police as a fedorai foi-co will con-' Per yaPd stone .....................'-Sc-jj, iodic'after tho preservation Per barrel, lime or cement...,...,25c. j and order in the now proviiic-s Lawn's-For each lot tor which |.c,.s. -^j^cv will, to a certain ajttent,; waiter is rettuired, per seasojjr.'Sl.'oO.; ,ndcr the direction of the proviii- j �--------o-,, jcial justice departments, and tho ox-j GENERAL AGENTS Office-Secood Floor Soalhard Blf.ik Chamberlain's Salve is good for penso and maintenance will bo shar-anv disease of the skin. It allays ttl by the provincial and federal ou-th� itchimr and burnlnar sensation in-i �l>orities. For this year the provincial authorities will pay the cost of from the Opposition of a kind that I rogrot should pass the lips of any Mtenihcr at the I am not a* Roman Catholic.''- the itchimr and burning sensation in stahtly. For siilo by "all druggists. Tommy-"Mr. Smith, can ,. you awim'>" Clare (impatiently)-^"Tom-m.v, leave tho room. Vou arc annoying Mr. Smith." Mr. Smith (graciously)-"Oh,, that nucsiion does not annoy me; Miss Hoartease. insinuations I Yes, l can, swim. Why do you ask'r' ; Tommy (edging loward.s the door)-"Causo I heard Clara tell sister Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 Jail maintenance and transportation' of prisoners. The amotmt they ari'| to contribute toward tho mainten- j ance of the force is still to bo fixed. a strong, feeling by lioth iho gtivornments and ttie people of HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE From pure-bred White Plymouth Rocks, S3;50 per 13, In 1905, at �- ^  . the Lethbrtdgo Poultry Show, my the new provinces that U'cy would, 1st cockerel. 1st and and hen. In 1906 1st cockerel, 1st and not like to be deprived of tho services of the mounted police tmtil K^":he>^loin^'';^thr^"';^^how.aro wj^^e^ I ^i^dln sh;}w: overboard."-. ..-i' , look after th^ms'^lws. ,, . , A.B.HUMPHRIES. 2iul hon. Special | cockerel any ;