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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Ada., Aj.nl lO.-Tho nnployevs were doioff at tho HOSE of iho LogisLu it tho ni.'-it U'viiU-miy iutejKling to ni.sh v ork rapidly ti.s :uiv going through at a iij-id ntte, hut there is an fiiorni'jus pile ot legislation the- iaiv.l even with night sittings it looks 11 0 Jici i O JU3L Lawn Hose. Wecim fill your requironhMiis in Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. Your hiwn and frees need ami carry- ing water is a hard and slow job. Let us book your orders, and you sure of tin- Best Material anil Prices. ston Th- act real 'properly in Mr.. KoixM-tson said "the --Altorney-j General was in vulgar- parlance play-1 ing to ihe gallery, or more properly i indulging in tlio ad j populmu. He. trying1 to pui'.up-i iiint-. Sub-section .'suction iiO t'ho daiis-e which for u -fee Uiat is to'lo chared C. P. Jl. and n stand for. Ho had plenty -of -'opposition Jroiu his own Hudson Hay for MJO issuo to them; "L venorhiii the ilommi 'Catholic orafitiK-siies of tiik> awl as i-htuvh, and 1 i-L-pudmUi the Atlor- roi 10u-.s: _. Where persons have MI a jmiont under or; 'Mr. McKcnney, whorepresents St. umior. homestead aixl pre-emptionj Albert, (hon ihuuk- TICKS PROM THE WM A new creamery -is being built Hds, AUa as a" til incorpor- IVuvimx- of AMberUi, which isthe'adu known omij mui-inwu lana .scrip or military scrip in nccordanco with tho net of parliament of Can- -fires have" 10611 doing-much. around' Prince- AllKMt will et-ocl-u oiiv -ami oii'tmenl -will-. 5, desires, a pernianenl Ask yoiu1 iickot ngout for tickets via tho WiscpHsm Central Ry. Milwaukee, Chicago, and PnnvU Sout All of veneration. i as ''Kt Dominion The bill itself wis lost of most important legislation to To AH. arid _ thereto dupli-i up us >vi, was considered in It j.s an act by which liovt-nmii-m over ihc iai.il cato certiiiirauj of title shall be. is- sued upon tho payment of suoh fees us arc.-iUTangxhJ or may from time f.U's Uufiiiwss ii-om the IXimi-.'.m. to time U fixed f.y the. lieuteiumt- ;lt lias but tiro tiro vory important. in bringing the ;al Cross said ll .in, Auorney-GonL-r- thai tho bill wns a IHicK The Leading' Tinners, Plumbers, St'oum Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 110. 'jcoiuimiaticm of tho land act, which I has bcttn in force in the Territories j since 1S9-1, with vory few changes. Somo of i-ho changes he considered very important. The first in im- j port ance was the change' made in connection with -the tiling of cave-fits. ;The abject was to provide for tho. filing of agroeiiK-nis of sale under ;tho camtt system. Heretofore it has been impossible- to register an' ineut of sale, no matter what the I purchaser's equity in the parcel of 1 land purchase J. 'pal One of the princi- of ihe clause was I I A. EASTON GO. I MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL I HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON J COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC- -8- that which contained the law that (parties who ha-d purchased laud ifrom the II: ji. Co. or C. P. R.. or similar part ies. mjg'ht go to the j istry o'flice fde the registration i of purchase under "'the mc-nt, instead of having to setul to jthe registrar at Winnipeg as pro- i viJed for by those companies at the lime. T-he tecond change of importance {provided for ihe'impounding cA tit- les. At the presc-nt time, 'when a i man mortgages ''a property, the 'mortgage holder almost invariably tnkes possession of the title, and when afterwards he wants to traiiS- j for it or further encumber the prop- erty, he has to go'to the raortgagea and get a certificate of. title from i him in order -to take it to thd oflice. In a great many cases are in the -hands of loan iOvernor-in-council. Speaking of the matu-r, 'A'ttorney- v-v y m boneiU oV the southern ranchors to The Kc-piiblicaris c-k-cte-d" WM.. fclK-m. from cattle surprise was expressed when the leader'of the honorabK llivor, got .'up to biie Opposition, High oppose the very .sections- of- t-he bill which applied to Southern Alberta. The imporluni their nomimv for mayor, I'rank T'. J.iiulsay. i I lass, a ranch-1 con-tents, was! The homo of 0. L'. c-r near CMoichen, destroyetl tire. Painter, Taper J lander, IVroivKor, agent for' Mmpire Wall 1'apcrs, from fie. a ro'li up. Host of work guaran- factions of bill were nil over for further consideration. Tho irrepressible Mr. liiobert arose to say that vhe bill to as- Miss Huttnn, of Claresho.m, held won'a -gold menial at 'the L'. U. elocution contest.. Hon. Sir Thorlmrn, w-lio'l was. premier of Newfoir.idlnnd fromj Court. House, on ISSa IR'JO, is dead. i Kdmou'ton.'- April the House rose niter yesterday noons'.session, the. Premier announc-j m Sout-hern Alberta wore cattle ed an adjournment from Thursday to stealers. He knew the South was in i 1X1. Ohrisiie. Uomntviilu- Ont over Luster. The Lcgis- j hnii odor for-having -uvo'l.was scionctr inastor in la-ture .spent almost nil day on: thc j Conservatives, but .ho wouki move to i SM-nllu-oivi'.s collegiate 'irst house Cast of iand bill in commktei, and advanc- eil all except t'.vo clauses, which strike out tlve clause and SouUiern Al- DRAYING 1 C -WITH THE OLD BRANDS OP LIQUORS AND CIGAHS IK-'A- N EW STAND Just drop into my nevr (juhrters and convince your- self that I am up-to-daio. The clr-anosL and brightest shop in Southern CEO. HOUK companies -having offices in Toronto or ilontrea.l, or in some cases' farth- li-r away, and many of the ccmpan- ies do not send certificates to the i wi-thout a payment of fee Jor charts. Tlw act none provid-jp i that titles of property which hear j oncuml.irunce Nhnll be impounded ly the registrar and at the rc-g- otlico, that the party in _ j whose name k is drawn moy go to I the registry ofni-e and "make further i record in -connection therewith a t- any time. The also contem- platos the keepiii-g up of an as-jur- ance fund, and tlie division of AJ-ber- ta frcin Saskatchewan. A portion of I Die fund which is now in the hands i of the Dominion Government. Another chaug-e should work to the benefit of seMlers umler the Thu sections aroused i control 'of ,dio wc-re hold over for 'further consiclera- j jjert-a. Thc .agreed that it tioa in order that tha clauses niigiit! u-oulil bo put in which would protect the original purchaser who bought land from a company such as the C. P'. H. or 'Hudson's Bay, under an. agree- ment of Pale, in cose the second parly fail in his obligations and i'horeby endanger -the equity of the original purchaser by. allowing the land ,10 .l-ccome and revoke to t IK Intentions, are vo insert -a clause-.which will possiiiU- for the'original pyrchas- .be better to make one- lav.- would apply to The-whole j Baton Co. -havo_ purchased .t-he Turbina Steamshirt at Hnnii-y, i All kimls1 of and on or tickets. cam work done promptly. STRAW FOR SALIC tha discjassion are follows: Clause C of the bill says: pei-son shall place..any Mock in a railway ear unless ..such stock has 'inspectc-d by an inspectcr.. of stock'and such inspector lias issues! a'.certificate-in .or to.'the'effect of form A in tho hereto." 13. Every person other butclior who slauafrtfrs anv than a j o in tin% IlVftCi Ol j .--r, hy g-iving due ami proper notice, j shall exhibit, the hide of such j to have himseli registered in the j animal -at the time and place the I same position as he lield previous is o'fYerod for sale, and be-fore to the -time he "gave 'the agreement Iwef is'offered'for sale, the hide shall l.ie punched and a record of the brands (if any) made by an insjwttor'ci of sale. The clauses. covering LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF THE KKST-1N THE WEST" All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt a act. As it. has stood tn tho Tr-rritorics. wlven zi homesteader whose olairu has -been .recommended i foi1 patent, but has hot yet re- cc-ived his .patent, desires to mort- 1 lie" has to pay a tharge oi SO for each registration in 1 connect5en therewith. The clause in :he law now before the House pro- 1 to make -the fees rhe same as j thought he patent has L-een issued. i One of the changes .which the new i law proposes, and which was most n-ceivod by aho inr-in.- S hers of the lIoiiKi, is -the one which i apparently aimed at the C. P. R. IT. B. Co, with the intent-ion of i niak-Mg them pay a part of the cost j of runninpr tho record oflkes. Ilere- j tofore the Dominion Oovernnu-nt has I been in the habit of issuing patents j to these companies, then went jwiih them to the registry offices.and their certificates and title specting- i free of charge. Section .2_fi provides t.jve 'i that any person who is not a home- stc-utler. pre-emptor. or a holder of .and 'by caveat were adopted practically as 'drawn up in the original bill, which makes it. possible for a purchaser, under an of sale to take the agreer nn-nt to the registry .oflbe :aIK! there record -the caveat, which, attached Co., of Toronto Hamilton. li-as a-d-j .vanccd.'ihe price of provincial hinds' from S'l per n'ere to The C.-l'. has to pny. C. Han- son, itod Jkvr, for the loss of a leg by being run over -by a train. 'Andrew Carnegie subscribed .000 toward' -the -endowment for Montnna college ivt I TOWN LOTS I Lodge. The heart uf the business sectioTvi of Bannock was burned, with loss Itannock was 'the first capital of'Montana The- Canadian Pacific liailwav Edmonton, Thursday, April c' v Railway Kcu] Estate aud Insuniuco. ,i> Thc first private--bill'-affecting >omPa scholarships g rnonton people went throug-h tlie science at ilcGili Umver- fnr -and SOB3. jv Lots, in Blocks "ITnnd Apply to H. MACBETH llcul Estate and Insurance. -islaturt. for.its second. was- completed' all but j Tht Winnipeg Street, Railway Com- pany will institute proceedings against the cttv for'damage1 to their to the agreement, inakr-s it sih'le to further t ranker -i I: wirhout his _consent. The corporate Hie AlljoVta Iri- 'cars during irnpos-j tjie reading, which v.-ill come land rim u-cek. It was quiring the- companies' mentioned to pay. a iVe for certificate c-f title whif-h will .horcRl-lei- be issued to! Bute-hart: e Company; of which John A. J. "H. T. E. T. IIeni'5', and It: them under a the.'-. Taylor are the'Jncorporators. with James Murray. Western represen- tative of the grain division, has be-en appointed superintendent minion, was passed without "bilij la'rs. UnU S-askatche-j menis.' In t-his .connection A-ttorney-i lo 4ncQrporate a -company i W'an' General Cross made an t interesting- Lvkh- capit.ui of en- j The first.' automobile 'has made the! -siatemant He said that .there nre. marine and hail iron, White-horse to Lhiwson now at tbe Ivlmontpu laml oflics j surance ijUSiness in AH-iC-rti and CMy. Gerry, of Dawson, made! alone pateirts to .i-he oxu-nt. .01 two Kvherc. The-clauses of tKu bill re-1 the trip with :t machine Ifi-inch quire double liability en the part of tread. T- JX a'cArihur, Winnipeg, has! hill respecting clerks., and deputy tt.orK wris mcn> -Uinri- nny-j contract for -the erection! else. [OI. Trunk Pacific from! i to Supc-rifir Junction. The] i price is a iHHc over three millions. I IHsguised sis a woman, John D. jirkfellor is said to sever-1 nutoino-btiu around' i X. w-hilu ilndley's sub-1 sorvt-rs wero searching for 1, 2; or .4 I5uikling ponniis' issued j-n Winni- ii or 7