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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PROCEEDINGS AT THE LEGISLATURE Wo have juat received a large shipment of Lnwn Hose, We am Till your nH|uiivm>Mits in Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. Yonr Inwn nml trees ium.iI water, ami earning water is a hard and slow job. book your orders, and you are Best Material nnd Prices. I-Mmcnton, Altu., April 1 >. - -The evening sessions n( the l.oglsla: 11" commenced Monday, ill.' (!' presold stage like u long session The iii-l respecting rent property in I Mr. Holierlsot) H�kl the Attorney-General was in vulgar parlance playing to the gallery, or nioro properly indulging li\ the ai*gumqivluirt nil populiun. Ho was trying lo' put.upon I lie Opposition iv great deal tuotv TICKS FROM THE WIRE A new ei-cainri'y 1st being built Olds, Altti til the lYo\ ince of Albert a, which is the'win known employees wore iloiog at the present lime. Sub-section 2. .section i!0 in! t)iun llw.v would stand for I'lie elnuso which provides for a feujpleniy of opposition from tlttit is to lo eliui-gid C I'- ft- and side. Hudson Itav lor llie issue to them "1 venerate the Itomnn Catholic of eettU'i-uioM of title oi.d readH ' as:church, and I repudiate the Attor-follows: Where prisons have obtain-J noy-H-eneml's insinuation." . il a patent �imlr\w |,|ll Itself was lost sight of during tho dlHciiRs-ion, hut it went through all right. I'rinrc Alhvrl fnrniers will erect a Hour ami otvlmcnl mill. Hat t teford desires a permaiietvt unit- ol the mounted flllcs. 'the Masonic order instituted a , , .. . lew lodge nt Palsintrv, Alta. Convenient tmillS, J'ulliniill sleep- Sparks from a lot'omoiivo burned' Kree roelinii.Kchuir cum. fitui tons of hnj itcnr l.aeotnle. The Alberta farmers' conVeiilimi--will Ik- held in t'nlgnvy, May l>. Kilmotilon city council footed the deficit for hmt jear's exhl'liit ion. 'joo A ut nte bank will le opened at I'evils Lake. Pakota. with $:io,fuin cupit a I The V S. 'low of water million. A M oiden i U Jms struck a fun' I .lu Iii't deep at \ er naiiKvl Miwlali. while llinh school pupils at .Moostmtin the club had degenerated into a low drinking place. Mr. Simpson introduced u bill respecting frauds and perjuries in the living m, j.j uni-iirihivl cmiiI sale of real property. plowing. 'J'-lie featutv of the- session was the discussion In committee of tha new i "Stock and IMdes lns|>eetion Act." ... , , This measure was introduced for the "oaitl. honeflt o\ Ihe southern ranchers to The I l.-U>i*�m Hepubln-ans vl.-ciisl protect MK'in from cattle thieves. - their noinimv for minor Trunk s Considerable surprise was expressed; 1'. I.milsny when the le.vder of Mie Opposition,! .... . the honorable member (from High ,.IM" "0''!'' ,,f *' � ranch- Hlver. got tip to oppose the wr.v' V !"'rt,' ',;,'>li''"- ��'" lontc.ts. was .AK,.,, sect ionsei the hill which applied to'1" ",,ynl ,,v *raent of Ceo or charges. Tlve act no-W provides that titles of proi>i rty which bear erc'itn'-rnnre vhnll le impounded ly the ivcKimr and kept at the r in Saskalohewun Act attd lUiiemhn.Mils thereto dnpll-ale cei'lllleato of title shall be Issued upon tho payment of Such fees as are arrnngtMl or may from t in*p'' lkliuoiilou, April til.-The House to time l.o (ixi>d 1 y -the lieutenant- met ;nt It).SW lids morning. The Kil-go\ernor-in-coiincll. , inonton a.ml .Athabasca Hallway hill Speaking of the matter, \\'l tofney-: o.iwl tho Aliwrta Southern Hallway Oiiienil Cross said that l lit* t)*overn-1 hill weiw read a second lime and foment would undoti! tedl> put the fees : forr.d to the railways committee, high enough to riihko tho corpora-, The. Itotise" lu comniitliv agnxxl bin tifins pay tlioir fair share of the cost'''full revoking the charter of the Kmg-of running the 'registry oltlce. Hoc- ; li�h Cltf!) of M- 1SH- 't|) Js,((( . . noon's siss.on, the Premier nnnounc- plv. in Southern Alberta were cattle ' ed na adjournment from Thursday to stealers. He knew the South was in IV M. Christie, Womptviile, Wis-lnevdoy over Custer The l^gis- (,(,,| txU>r for having retunusl I wo was appointed science master in l.iture spent almost all day on the; Conservatives, but .ho would move to Si tut hcoea's ioll�*ginfe. land bill lu lomm.tle-. nnd ndvanc- mrlke out tlx; clause 'differentinline Th. t poss-i, lo lor the ortulnal purohas- butcher who slaughters any head of r toward the llOO 000 etxlowTuei t ,r. i.y giving due and pro,H*r notice, ^.t,,�,,,,, exhibit the hide of such.^.^, �' � VZ*TT He to ha*c himself reglMend in tho-auiinal at the time and place the Lo(),e " same position as he held previous beef is olfei\sl for sale, and before Dining emu. For'full information address HergeniMiin. travelling agent, .J71 Robert Ht, St. Paul, niiiin.; or .las. ('. I'oml, general jmsaonger agent. Milwaukee, Wis. J. SALAY Ladies Tailor llnl.it Maker Ni�\t door Hust of Unxlie and Statrurd's \VM. SHAW I'liiirtet, f..r Alberta. The imvortuat 1 Miss Huttiiii. of Clnresho.m. Alia Caper llanL'cr. lt.sor.iior. empire Wall Cupels, from up Host of work gttnran- T w -It � i I Colli i bit teed l!esid,.>i. iv-I'd sf house nasi of Court House, on Huron SH Hond. DRAYING All kitnls of Hntyinu nnd Train work done promptly. STRAW SALI-: EARL KIRKHAM T T -.....-....." '�> TOWN LOTS to the time he (ynve the agreement such Iks I is ottered for sale the hlJe: The heart of the biis.aes,� section � of sale shall I* punched nnd n record of : of Ujiiiioi k wits burmvl. with Stt.OOU th a capitul of SJ510.000 to en-stateni.'iit He said that there were: g^gv in the fire, marine and hud ln-noiv at the Edmonton Inrtl otllc � hurance business m Allrerta and elso-idone patents to the ext. m of lwo'w|,or,.. fhc clauses of tho bill re tati\e of the seed gram division, baboon appointed sU|Mlliitel(.leiii Hi lairs iiikI institutes in Saskatchewan. The first automobile bus made the trip from Uliitclioise to Dawyon City Mr Uerry, of Dawson, tiiudc the trip Willi a iiim hitic C, nub million acres. f,.r wiiich c rtificatel quire doude lint>ility in the part of trend of title toiiiiil hme to l.�> issued t)),. sliarNiol.l.rs, and in every, re- All i;.imt.liiii.t luuis. s at Hot sooner or later The Government ;.|M-ct are similar in those usually in Springs, , ius,.,i. K,,i �ph.. would ba\e control from �hl* source corporated in an insurahce charter. American Monte Carlo" is a thing alone the sum of Sl'i.3l!o, an amount |t (s m/laldo only ly the fact 1hat of the past lb.- pros^i utiug attoi sulllci.-nt lo pay all the �*s|wn�i'H of lt js a strictly ICdiaonioii company ney i.t" ihe district did it the Edmoiiti.ii biiil olllce for the en- which is taking out the eharter. (ih-i.-het, \iiu is ex|.er.eming tire year There Is us yet no general insurance � sim,.,hlru (|| ||(t, M||,lir,. n ||(>0|I1 . Cue bills pasMsl th.-ir thiisl read- m,t, nml e.rtis�(Uently a cotiun.ii.s' on uM,|�|.-ngS are going up all over the Morris *& Hend-ricKs Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Ctt>h UltlSt aecomp:iu.v nnlers all coul .with them to the registry offices and itvgs and are now law. The bill re- insurance was appointed In . I he town East week a corner lot of L'.% s.'curo.l their certificate* and title s|xvting tin- treaNury depni'tment. ! House a few days ago. wiuch wont ae.., the slender, pre-empt or. or a hokler of niu recting as would cover railway rases, -.hall mi ts against ihe Crown by petitiin lie chargv.) u fco for n certificate of 0f right, and tin* bill res(Mcting tie : title, which fee shall be fixed by the public uu-.s Mniversiiy bill will , lbnitenant-govornor-in-cotincil. come un next week. 'I Another very important clausa in A bill lo incorporate the Eidel-the bill, the Attoiney-Oenoral ex- ,veiss club it W.tnskiwin. iiikI a bill plaimsl. irovided thut transfers to .mpower the town of St Albcri i might be made aud recorded through to I-Arrow money, were reported fav-veglsirv offices m case of land hold orably by the coininiltee mi private 1 twler an agreement from the C. P. hips,' and the bils pawt d later It. or Hudson's Hay Co. At tho without amendment. The lVbuoii-preuent time Hie purchaser had 'o ton k Athal.ai.ca Djvelopment Co.. , have the transfers recorded in tbo and the Edmonton & Athabasca offices of tho company at Wltmipug. itailway bills wero referred to a r.t an expense anywhere from Slo to special committer on private hills SIA for each 'transfer. The find, reading was had of the bill Mr. RoacnMl asked if there, was rcspcting Ited Deer, introduced by any provision mado in the bill for a system of foreclosure in cases where property was purchased under agr.s>-menl of sale, and tho party doing tho ptirohnNing bad failoJ in his contract? over tl;� bill I efora it wns reported to the House, so that last night's work wan more formal than anything olhO. CKAN'llltOOIC WATKrt HA IKS follow tug is Kcbetlnle in furi for John T. Mooro. A bill to incorporate tho I'lncher Creek club, and a hill to incorporate tho Alberta Oil, Coal and Wheat Kail way were ia-troduc.d iy Mr. Marcellus. The legislature had a somewhat Mr. Cross replied that tho' syuteni exciting debate on an Insignificant of tiling caveats had l.eon nu�d� a-s lookliiK bill which was introduced Mtnple us possible Tho ohangos at the rcpieht if tho town of St. | made are first in connection with Albert, lor tho purpose of ratifying) ie,'istratlon thm Villi oquity in certain by-laws The debate lasted; IKOOTENAY ; MARBLE WORKS Shackle to ii Simpson k Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Retail NELSON.B.C. The water rates Craubrook: Dwellings- 1, IS. !l or 1 rooms "�, b or 7 rooms...: s 0 or lo rooms. 10. additional room over 10. Ila'h or i-kWfit............. Hath and closet------ . '... Hotels- l'p to 'Jft looms.......... From i!fi to 40 rooms From -10 to �10 rooms.. From tto to 100 rooms Hath let..................... Hath 2nd................. Uath, each additional .. frrnul.......: ClOMitH.................. Closets, eaih over one I Hakeries........................ : Harbor shops-I chair... Ksoh ndlrticmal chair Maths. opy of ,1110 in SI..M� *t 75 ......fty on every .......Vie. ...... "">' nnonannnnnnnnnnonnonn SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS * B.C.MOORE,Local Agt I 9  Good stock of Furm Har-ne88 on Imtid; also u full line o f Trunks und Vulises in stock. Wo guarantee Uood Quulity and Gooil Work Horner & Hutchison �iMlaLi-i-i...,.!.! property The mutter spoken of, ho [all Hie afternoon, and was continued I .jfratc^ Water Works ' "in tho evening- The town of St. A1- |jrow. clainw against tho fund assuming tho responsibility of the j S1^P|^ r��Ts _| ,. '��d' .l. . 4. � i> i.i,I Stables, private, for each horse Another elem.-nt was brought tntO| ,r POU,1 he discusaicn when Cornelius Hle-birt remarked that St Allwrt could afford to build a church, tho foundation of which alone cost {30.000. This immediately procip'bated Uulklinir r.urnosc.s ik-i- t OoO question of the llotnan Catholic' '*VJJt!.il ,,urpo8t ' 11 ,,U church into the arena The discus-' ''^;;K 'V.'soeciai .mes isjrsz*"**am'p,r9onamies sk;..1 1,1 t ^ At the uveuitig si-ss on tho till was l.rour4it up again. Discussion was ronowed und kept up until tho commit toe had agreod on the 1411 Mr. Cross said in December. 1004, le,.| lroiiiiiKti:bliii',s, .it a cost oi S? I.r���.�>': the corresponding figures for last year we|-,> I /IPO hullil.n�:s, at a msl oi si,i;m,i'iMi The same hour she was arrested on the cluirge of stealing Sl.Vi ... ..**"� worth of i'lotliiau7 Klsje KldrMgo. .Slilld aged 17, a -.lomestie la New York. S7.00 bll heir to a fortune of Slim,mm .SHOO lhroiiL,h the death of her father , .Andrew Cuniegie iinnoiinced that ...*I..V� he will donale $:tO.'Mit� for the con- ......81.ft'i structioii of a library building for ......81 V the 1 nivx'isity of North Dakota, at ... ..#1.10 flrainl Forks, North Dukota. if Hit-. .. . 7.1c hoard iif regents will appropriut  #11 to 9i\ S."i,li> family lopasl (-un lie urdiTitl from its with tho I'l-rluiiity that I la- i|iialily will lie hi^li and tho prioi-h iniKli.-mlo (>nr Foreign and Doutt-atic Wiim's an* Kuthcnlcd from the latst urowi-rs at home and abroad. M. ETROY tt liolrntie luialei in WIN F.F. LIQUORS ami CIOARh P c VI, l.nlihll.l^c. Alta MOI XTKH P0L1CF. TO STAY City Bakery Reid CD. Cc. Read the Herald Ads. Mr. Cross suxl ho would have that inform.itln at a later date. Tl* I ill was taktu up clause by clause in committee ol the whole. Clause S wus forcod to attention. It provides that hereafter no person who is not a lawyer with three years' atanding, 'shall lie appointed as a recorder. 'IHiobo who aro al-! ready holding oftlce aro protected by a claub� which says that they shall 1 hold office during tho pleasure of the 1 ieutonant-go vornor-in-councll. Tho clause was accepted by tho House without debate und passed. Siotion IH. which provides that alt registry ofllces shall t� *(-'Pl l�eil from JO until 4 o'clock was the occasion ol considerable delate. Tho Atlornoy-Ucneral said thoy would like tho opinion cf the llouso on the question of hours the registry offices should l.o kepi open. Mr. Itosentell said ho would like to honr from tho Attorney-General as to how they were getting along with their work at the present time, at the present hours The Attorney-Ueneral f'0:d that the Oovorhnicnt  could not suy what rogiutry uiQco ottawu. April 12-Colonel Willie. cuiii|>tiollei- oi the Northwest mouiu-ed politv, has lefl for the Northwest to complete ari-angenients for the future relations of the Alberta and Saskatchewan authorities with the . police. It is imdorstood Hint an un-ar.l� *k ,,'','!'l!*i,dii.g has practically been ar-Vu oil ,iV('t* f,t �*i�l> ill" Alberta autborit *J ies, and thut lit tin dilllculty is anticipated in coining lo nn agreement with the Saskatchewan liovcriituent. It is also understood the mounted police us a federal force will con-. ,. ,. tinne. to loot after tho preservation Per barrel, limo or cement........Sac ,, )aw ftn., on,(.,. m lho |M)W prov,ni.. LftWns-For each lot for which .. .(K .r)u,v wm> lu , tt,riain a,\tent. wader is rtspiiied. per soaaoa M "i� ),. mulei- the direction of tho proviu- I -.-o- . cial justice departments, and the ev- Chamherlftin's Salve is good for pense and maintenanco vyill lo shar- or cow. Livery....................... Soda water fount am Vegetuhla. fountains........ Hute for Temporary Services- bricW..... Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. IIENSON. l�HOI�. lit'thbrid^i', Altu. iSe when this loan was made, St. Albert any disease of the Bkin. It allays td by tho provincial and federal an was then a village with a total as- the itching and burning sensation In-, thontios. lav this year tho provin Rtssnient roll of 8;t7,OOii. In 1005 it aluhtly. For salo hy all druggists. ciiit authorities will pay the cost of Barnes & Co. Rl-AI. ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Olllce-Sccoud Floor Soaltiaril Bl.tk Pest Oitice Box 3 Telephone No. 122 became a town, and the assossmonl Tommy-"Mr. Siuilh, can .you , ,nl ,, .-. , was $160,000. "1 don't know what Swim''" Clara (impationt)y)-"t.>m of prisonm-s rbo amoun . they nie u�Tf|i|ijR cr.CX PAD CAIP is �h� eost of the foundation of the! ... i^v,, .iT.. L,, \v..i,.., ,,., to contribute toward the niaintou-, nATllllNu tlillJ fUK MIX Jail maintenance and transportation Y'ou aro an Mr. smith, the cost of the foundation of the'my, leave the room, building rufcrr.d lo ly the Opposi-jnoying Mr Smith.' tion, hut it has nothing to do with: (graciously) building this mill and lighting i ,�008 not annoy in. plant. I have heard insinuations yes. j can swim Why dn you ask''" from tho opposition of a kind that.Tommy (edging towards the doocj- I rcgrot should pass the lips of any; "Pause I heard Clara tell sister inemlwr rf tho llouso I am not ft!Kate sho was going to throw you P.oman Catholic."- i overboard."- . nncu of the force is still to be fixed. Oh, that question Thew is a strong, feeling by both ne. Miss HeUease.''" Governments and the pe01,le o the new provinces that they would not like to te deprived of tho services of 'tho mounted police until thej^ are well enough organized to look after thorns Ives. From pure-bred White Plymouth Hocks, 82.50 per 13. In 1U05, at tho Lethbridgo Poultry Show, my birds won 1st cockerel. 1st and 2nd hen. In 100� 1st cockerel. 1st and Jnd lien. Special best cockerel any breed in show. A. E. HUMPHRIES. fete ;