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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPOE DAILY CANADIAN Christmas AND New Year Holidays TARE ONE-THIRD For the Round Trip LAST ACTS OF HOUSE ARE PASSED Between all stations on the Main Line, Port Arthur to Vancouver and intermediate branch Tickets on sale December 22, 1910, to January 2, 1911, tmal return1 January 5, 1911. For further particulars apply to S. B.. MITCH ELL Pacific'-Railway Lethb'ridgis, X EASTERN CANADA xcursions Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale "December i'to Decem- ber 31, inclusive, good to return within months. r c Tickets issued in conection wita lanlic Steamships u-ill be on sale from iNoy li; .and'" limited to five 'months frbai date of issued Finest equipment. Standard Firs and Tourist Sleeping Cars ,an JiirtJrssr uats-'on all Through Trains Compartment .Library Observation "Imperial Several Important Am endments Made to Acts Edmonton, Dec. 1C. Amendment' to the Children's Act which shall compel of ir.ore than population to provide for the Ticker Agent maiatcnance of an'agent or officer for -the enforcement ol the Children's Aid Act, such officer to-report '-monthly to _ t-Le .Superintendent of "-Neglected Children, was passed this morning by the legislature, in spite of protests raised by Travis: Barker and J D. BJayney who 'asked- that 'they..themselves had a the establishment of law b'dard of Hon. C.'R. Mitchell stated'that these protests had. been -made -and "thought amendments should stand over, but Hon. .Duncan Marshall -said that the province' was :most -'fortunate-'in" hav- ing a man like R. B Chadwick at .the head "of the Department''of Ne- glected 'Children; "arid considered' that if Mr. Cha-dwick thought these amend- ments were necessary they should be granted. The amendments were pass- ed. A clause was; also read extend- ing the-age. of-; the children "to be dealt with from sixteen to seventeen. These-amendments come in as a section in the-statue .of which was ..the-last bill considered before .prorogation. Amendments" -to' the marriage or- canance which 'makes it legal for priests; missionaries or theologies1 students to-perform the marriag ceremony-were also.- Liquor License Amendment Important amendments to. the li quor license, ordinance were, passed THE "TORONTO 'EXPRESS11'-- leaves.Winnipeg daily, at 22.10k mak- ing connections at Toronto fo'r all and West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" :iii3eg S.25k.-and the "Atlantic 19.00k daily, making con nections Montreal for. all points "Ease thereof. Apply to-'the nearest C.P.R; Agent, for Full information ANNUAL" TO _ f Vnich provide that -ho druggist'shal dispense liquor any .amount-with- out prescriptions from registered med ical practitioners: It-has been found a-t-rnany druggists in. 'mew tov were abusing their privileges: under t-he old act.- .Amendments also passed providing .that' 'druggists be also served with interdiction notices, formerly'it'was possible for interdicts to secure liquor at drug- stores. There; was an amendment .which will make., it. a for 'distributing agents of liquor wholesale' houses of other provinces to.-'sell liquor in the province. "Power Is "also given seize _uur fn transit prohibited area at the railway station or other place, formerly j-t was: until tlic liquor had deii'evered the'consignee before'-seizure: Certain clauses amending the Coal lines Act stood over. A clause was assed changing- the arbiter in dis- utes from the -minister- public They appointed one y the provincial inspector, and the thcr oy ng objections. O'Brien was "voted" in an attempt to Jjave the In every home somebody ought to buy somebody an Edison Phonograph for Christmas this year The best Christmas present is something, all can enjoy. All can ,and do-.enjoy Edison JPhonograph. If every member of the family would take the money he or she expects to usfvto buy presents for'the other members of the family and put k 'together, there will be enough .iiot only to buy an Edison but also a large -supply of Records. There are Edison dealers everywhere.' Go'to the nearest and hear the Edison Phonograph play both Edison Standard and Edison AniberoK Records. Get complete catalogs from your dealer OF from us. Edison Phonographs, Standard Records, 40c. Edisoa Ambercl Records (play twice as 65c, Edison Grand Opera Records, 85c. to NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 100 Ave., Oruce, Nl J.. U. S. A. EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS SOLD BY Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. i G, Eobertson tfe Co. McKELVIE McGUIBE 412 Fifth St. Third Ave. LETHBBiDGB to visit his mother in Eastern Can- ada over Christmas. :said first-.time he haa known certain members to shed tears rover-the fact of'other persons losing money, he hoped they would. lose no -sleep Cornwall; your firm iacombe Member- Finds j Fault with Calgary 1 Members j Edmonton, Dec. little sen! '''Miners' TtWi An SatlOnS markpr? t-.Hp .-.nnhino- means Low ST. lytMNEA'ROLIS, DUltUTHrMinn. MILWAUKEE, Wis, on Dec. i to 31 inclusive return within three months Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for full information. PLUS FOR ROUND From all stations in Ontario, Port -Arthur and West, Manito bn, Saskatchewan and Alberta rt-'Ho that that the Miners' TJnion will havc -no right t0 appoint a Pco'fessJari Changes made 'in jhe Metfical Profession which provide ffh'at the medical: council shall'-rbe elected by of vote from- medical nien over the 'entire prov- ince. Comm'ission Dissofved A motion which practically means the dissolution of the royal commis- sion which enquired into the Water- jways (iiicsrion was brought before the .house and passed this morning'.'The was introduced by Premier Sifton and was 1o liie effect; that alt 'papers and documents in the.custody of.: the clerk of the house, which :had -been hefore the commission he return- ed to the attorney-general's depart- ment. He -slated 'that all. accounts presented by the royal commission had been paid and that he did not think a formal motion t0 dissolve the commission was necessary. He did not state what the amounts- were that had been paid to {.he commis- sion. He said that in view of the fact, that the members of the royal commission "to sations marked the act in -Their "judicial capacity -should pro- any litigation' arise bet ween'. the vince and the railway company i advisable that the commission be paid off. islature this morning. The attention of the- house was drawn by WV'-'F. to the fact that W' li. bush- ing, senior member ;had from the' house--in the face of disquieting rumors that were abroad concerning-him. Attention was also drawn, '.to -the fact that Bennett, junior member for Calgary, was also out of his seat in the face of other disquieting rum- ors that connected his name with "a sum of money received from certain members of the legislature for serv- ices performed during: the royal inves-, i tigation into the j j In order to give himself the oppor- j tunity of speaking, Mr. Puffer moved i the adjournment of the house and thcjvi proceeded to -bring th-s matter to-the attention to., the .house. i Calgary, be said, had claimed 6ne: tenth of the population of the prov- ince, and yet today, the'closing day, that city bad no representatives in the house. IP. the face of the CU- j quieting rumors that ha-d arisen i {concerning him, within the last few 1 (hours. Fie understood that certain i j other members of the house were con- j siderably incensed .and dissatisfied.) with the .conduct of the'junior ihem- Sons S Our lines abo CORPORATWNTAX WAS DISCUSSED In addition to the matters reported in yesterday's issue the Board of I Trade has these additional matters [under discussion: l_The Maclcod Agricultural Society j-v.rote'unclosing a copy of the resolu- j tion passed by it endorsing Leth- ibridge-s efforts to secure national pry Farming Congress in 1912, which resolution has already been the Herald. The j secretary was ordered to write and heartily thank the: Macleod Society Society for its action: Resident; Judge W. A. Buchanan, M. K P., wrote saying that he had been pressing the matter of the residence in Lethbridge of the Lethbridge. District Cour Judge with the.proper authorities and believed-that when the vacancy on the district court beach is filled one of the judges will, he compelled to re- side in Letlbridgel Help Irrigation Project G. W. Pearson, of Iron Springs, wrote asking the board's assistance in a farmers', irrigation project north of the secretary was in- structed to write that it was only too pleased give all the assistance was, able and like more in- formation.. C. M.P., wrote' con _ firming -his -telegram, to -the Herald and th-e board, of a.week rela- tive to, the post office and other es- timates for the year, and in regard to tbc'purchase'-of the new post of- fice site. The letter was received and filed. ,_ The Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Ltd....wrote saying that ;i cnpv of the grain bill of lad- ing submitted to them was tory as'far-as form went, but they I personally .preferred bound books to the loose leaf system. The form was referred to the Elli- son Milling Co., Ltd., -for its opin- ion. -Corporation Tax There were from com- mittees. C: F; P.' Conybeare asked about "that legal said "Oh yes, I saw ih a newspaper that I was going .to report: I think we should .let the matter alone." This was-in.-reference to a communication received some time ago from the Montreal Board of asking the local hoard to urge the Alberta gov, rernrbeht to repeal the Corporation ;t'ax. AH_ other western provinces, he had. a similar tax and" was nc different to any others. rt 'did not affecb commercial travellers. J. Home thought it did effect com- mercial travellers Mr. Nwirse, how- said if they looked it up they would .findr-that the commercial trav- ellers tax matter had arisen, out of the discussion: on the Montreal board's letter. It was a fact that British Columbia- come into ALberta travellers could not go into i B. C. without contributing: to the cor- j fers ibf -the. province. It might be a-d- j visable provincial-govern-' mpnr- to'-exact a .retaliating Mr. Home and others thought so, too McKeowri :pointed mutter had' been' taken up repeat- edly by the Calgary board, which had f decided that it would be a bad policy start retaliatory laws, but that- all the pressure an-d influence possible ;shoula.'be brought to bear to the B- C. .-law rescinded. It was decided to file the Montreal letter-and to lay "the B.- C. matter over to the -next THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Pitt-op Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN completed under Cejioo Chiai Egypt Faroe Pulaad FomsoMi France Fr'ch Germanj Great BriUm Greeot Holland IceUad India Manchuria Mexico Norway Persia PhiHipine Islands Senrm South Straits Set Sweden Switzerland Turk O DELAY IN ON Lethbridge Branch C G. L Nourse, fflgr> OF CANADA Capital, Undivided Profits Total Assets Over in a How Atocfa You handle plenty of money how inucli is yours at the etid ofthe year? Probably more of it would be if you made k of depositing a fair proportion of it, regularly, Savings Account ia this Bank. Start saving now. The habit will grow, to yoiir I1..QO opens 'an. account; MtlnOfllncer." Round. 'ft. RMpath.'Cts I Q. R. T 177NINQ WMtminjter Ward Stirling A. H. Roach, Actlnjj Manager. Qra'ity Lake- -rt. BnUHe, Manager. THE Capital, Paid Up Reserve Fund 4 Head; Office: .Montreal. 78 Branches in. Canada. of tke ve makes are aecouver oii'.saie December 15, iO iaio; jaruiary 20, :M, 2'2-aaa 23 and February 14, -36. 1911; good to' re- within, three months oni date of issue. neares: C. P. Ry. full information. Hanna l.-'.-whart and Wm. IVIarsdcn. of Own: wore'arrested at To- ronto vesicular, following an clopc- Tiif woman is married and rto- sj-rl'-ri tmnll children, because c." a (ioatrcl kn n 9g Tliint of the satisfaction of positively sure that the ractal bed you are buying will stand lone, harci service, never wobble, never become shabby. That's what the "Ideal" Guarantee means to of finest quality and best workmanship, whether tbc "Ideal" Metal Bed ym, choose costs you as little as three dollars, or much ICOTC. Isn't this satisfaction worth a cents more? for naiae of local for "The Philosophy 01 Sleef." oar iateresting Sittle Boo'klet No. 140 }S IDEAL BSODJHQ MOKTOEAU-TOROVTO i ber for Calgary, jn leading an unfortunate position, and having i become counsel for them, in consider- ation of certain sum. He consider-! ed that Bennett should be in the' house. What Puffer was referring to, al- though he made no direct statement., was a rumor that Bennett had sent i !i complete 3 piece Carving. Sets, in case to 12 to 12 piece Fruit Set, pearl handles, in beautiful case. Price according to size of nsarl in 2' to 2o Hsh price as above, Fniir. Sets, 28 pc., including berry spoons, cake knife and in his bIH to the' sixteen insurgents i in the house he represented hc-'j fore the commission, and the hill j hart amounted to something like 000 and that the sixteen members had been required to pay all the wav from Si00 to apiece. U is evcn said that Bennet-t cut off his bill on protest made by the sixteen, members. j Cornwall said vague ruirofs u-ere' dreadful things. They had caused' wars. There was a rumor o: obtaiti- ng money under false pretenses. He lad pleaded with the members oi the i house not to make any charge against; :ho junior member for Calgary, that j ic had obtained money under false' pretenses for ''getting the with out proyidipg the bread." He said j that uituoubtedly some members of' the house had suffered loss as a result of the Waterways investigation, to their dignity Hoadley defended Bennett by say- ing that although he did stand the Chinese that the member for Lacombe had morning to solve, but hp did not; -sen what about in lime to Combination Fruit -and Fish Set: pearl bandied, 54 pieces "at 1-2 doz. Fruit Knives m case to Spreaders, meeting, information on-the matter, in' the-.meanwhile to be secured -from Calgary. City Census j There was some discussion on the j matter of the city taking a census. The president pointed out that the city council had decided to take it SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received-and terest alldwed from date of deposit. Hi- .S. i.ouglit -.and; sold-.-.; at lowest rates. A General; Banking Business Transacted. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH K. JOHNSON, Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH D. C. MOKR.SON, Manager BRIEFS_ The Ontario government'will'extend the agricultural classes .in "rural schools to. public schools, not restrict- ing them -to. high schools as ent. r-u A conference was.held-at Edmonton yesterday among papermen, the and the premier relative to the enaction of a new libel law.' Anthony Mitchell, an employee of j the King Edward, Toronto, and ac- Toronto-'has an epidemic of scarlet fever: The cases cannot be accommo- dated at the, isolation next May. He. thought it must have t, overlooked .the fact that the Domm- i Ot theft. of that hotel's ion government is taking a census m to have thrown June He thought for various rea- tt-e- ?rtldcs m 'the garbaSc box, sons it should be taken almost imme- diatelv or not af all this vear Ever- .cai. xjven 1-2 Butter peari i tually: a motion- was 'made A. H. JMcICeown asking the council" if it fcoul-d ,see its way .clear to take the (Census as near as-possible the same i time that it was -taken .last y-ear, j which -was early in the new year j It was decided to -write the Winni- jpeg Free Press asking why it was I the Lethbridge' figures were never given in its daily weather report of i the west. The fact that the Free 1 Press omitted al! mention of the re- cent municipal elections in Lethbridee 1 :was also commented upon j -Those Present Those present at the meerfsig were: President C IT K Nourse, Vice-Pre- sident F. U. Rylands and Messrs T S Mackenzie, A. H. McKeown, C F P Cont-bearc, A. B. Stafford, H Macbeth, A. Tiller. J Home Secretary J. W. McNicol. he later rescued them. A dairyman admits im- porting 500 to 700 fta-Ions of milk from the-States, clairang thai weeds have spoiled the feed for cattle in Manitoba. MORE FOR .FOSTER, TO PUT UP Toronto, Dec. Tor- onto Globe. W. H. and Rev. J. A.'JVIacdonald. the'de- fendants in libel actions en- tered by George E. Foster, claimed seven thousand, dol- lars costs, but these have been taxed down to two thou- sand six hundred counsel fees an ci all -amount to three -thousand. r ,j and Sugar Shells Knives, and Butter JEWELER OLIVER BLK. ROUND ST. INCREASE. IN MATION OF MACLEOD j Macleod, Deo. taking of the} j census of Macleod has been completed i by the police and although the offi- jcial figures have not been given out it has been stated that the popula- tion will be in the neighborhood of The last census was taken about February, 1910, for the benefit j of the License Commissioners when j there was some talk of another hotel I being built and at that time' they showed a population of abouc j This means that ii reports are true the increase for the year has been somewhat over large part, of which is due'in the c.iiaagp of the 0. P. K. men from U-tiibridgo to Mac-' I cod Stops the Ooiigi aosl Builds op {lie System When you are all "rim down" you catch cold easily, and'your cough "hangs By taking; JYRUP of Tar asd Cod liver Oil you not only cure the. local trouble .but also permanently strengthen the whole body. The Beech Tar in -is soothing and healing while, the Cod Liver Oil stimulates the appetite and increases the weight anoT bodily vigor. Both are united in the pleasant tasting syrup. The most successful Cough Remedy known today is Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil. Mathlcn's Nervine Powders -which of IS for CJc. arc the best treatment for fever or tcvcrcsh well-as tbebeat cure to: hexdaches. J. L. MATH1EU CO., Prop's. SHER8ROOKE, QUI. Large bottle 35 cents. Distributors for Western Canada FOLEY BROS. LARSON COMPANY' WinrsipeQ, Edmonton, Vancouver, Sag. ;