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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta WITH THE LEGISLATURE Proceedings Opening of V I beg to auuouuce that I have opened au office iu the LET BRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with eastern and western both in Canada and the United If you have anything you wish to sell list it with it will cost you nothing if I do not effect a If you wish to buy and I have not what you give a description and I will find it for I Satmxiivy Quo 01 the proposals wliich Hiebert nuulo ou Tuesday was that mi1 omcial J Laniard established or tho It wus not right ho that the people of ihu province should have to road Uu oi the debiUstluvt appear in the Itetow the tfovcrnrattot adopts Huberts HttfisoJii no with those took up tiuw iuvtBtigutiuij as to whythor Buy wns that tm versed it 1250 yours atfo wiu for UUbm all i Fortunately the only till Tuesday night aad Lha address adopted without The actual work of will be proctxsjbd vdtk without Rogers Cunningham Lumber Fire and Life I dt might be well for it souie as to how nuiuy read even tho newspaper Tha man who doeti so must have an unusually itrong sense of public duty The maa who would wo tie through Hausard would stand un excellent of taking away the medal in a patience competition from Whatever may bo said in their favor the members of the House are as poor a lot of talkers as could be gathered Add to tha fact thai little controversy arises that what does most pitifully conducted by the apology for an op position that is in and i vou caa appreciate how thj procitcHngs When in need os mi STOIE Call and see Stock and you are sure of being satisfied There has been little change in the chamber since the House adjourned last The bunting that decor ated the rafters is still in a trifln faded after the summers Tha sergeantatarms is be decked in a striking vith a sword attached that looks as if in case of emergency it could do great Ona of the pages has graduated into a larger Twc I of last years members are absent Stuart has gone uponthe Bench and in old seat is tht member for Loth and are tfct front riot in the In his place sits Hi successor in Macauleys success or in occupies the Ouo oi tha moasuros f oreshade wad in the speech from the tiirono is au Insolvency in this coanootiou a paragraph iu the annual of of liw Bank of For there has great dissatisfaction on tiio part of wholesale trade and oUaers with present laws in Al and British gov ernng the winding up of insolvent thj Boaixl of Trade in the city of Winnipeg took up the question with a gooi deal o and the meetings wcj3 arrang ed to discuss it with several of western Boards of Trade and Govern Some got was and An understan ding was reached that a general in solvency similar to ihat now in force in should bo adopt ed for all western The Manitoba Act worked fairly well but the present laws of Sas katchowan and Alberta are so un satisfactory that we but hope that the new governmenl in these provinces will speedily take action amend the Another matter that should be dealt with by the Governments of Saskatchewan and Alberta is modification of the tariff of solicitor to Gcocge ers supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail Lumber Window Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts IMMMMMMIMMMM jtera old place Walker and Hich EL WaKely The Leading Steam and Hot Water Telephone on the speech from the throne a very languid Kiley Llolden in movinj maiden eflorti and while they at tempted aothing at all ambitious in tha oratorical line made a favorable Then Robertson es in It quite up to his arerags but could not kalp repeating as s of tongue or pen it might have 1 If tho result in GlcichJcn had been there would been sort of Two lines A Church of England deputation waited on the government at the end cf the week consisting of Bishop end Burney They pre sented a resolution of the Synod reciting that no religious instruction can be givtn in stateaided schools excapt by Romam resolution concluded And it in the opin FOR THE CLOSED SHOP Miners Will Make Such Demand Tfcis the Frank miaers uaions of the active the past two week re Paring for oUtfea the mine operators formulating a schedule ion of this that any of terms the new agreements thai r Of all sad taddeat for the ensuing year and that old plumbing torn out and sanitary plumbing put through your house and avoid in fectious fevers manyof the diseases that come from bad sanitation and We are ready to undertake any work of this which do fn a skill ful scientific GRAY wera recently addud to the above familiar couplet And then to make another It might been a good deal They do not apply to ths situation in the It could not IK Kiley referral to the opposition as almost The description is correct for the greater part of tho It would be well if ii applied to them at all They do their we and the Our Graniteware la made in Cnnda by Canadian trorkiiert for Canadian We carry a full stock at especially low VRQQMAN ple of the province to find a How iong will they be in doingso ThePrpmfer tn his reply considerable territory anl had no difficulty in defending his adminis tration from thia criticism levelled at it hy With the moat of the with which the mem of the Opposition tho Al berta Government had nothing to For Robertson claimed that the census was taken improperly last But this is a purely Donvininn Ha re of kind should exist beitresolved that in the opinion of this steps should be taken to accord to all denontina ticns full equality ia retard to re Kgfous instruction m state aideJ that right of each denom ination to impart religious teaching to its own children in such schools should be as absolute as that ac corded to any It is hardly likely that aven tha petitioners expect thir request to result in the legislation that they Roman Catholics have privi leges only on account of the special constitutional provision mudc for at But fortlmt it is certain that there would be no Question of religious division in school Public mcnt certainly xvould not agree to kn extension of thii The peculiar part of the agitation that has arisen at differcTit periods in the past rogardng separate schools is that jhise who have most strongly j opposed the Roman CathoHc posiition have been quite as anxious that there should be religious instruction in the How thic can btgiv ion as to please everyoni xvithout schools is something the average man finds hard to under The proper solution is for the to take up purely secu lar subjects and to leave religious instruction to agencies outside the INVESTIGATE the house yes terday Sir Wilfrid Inurier moved that the resolution of Herron of Ai be called at He did it would not This resolution was for the appointment of a committee of gratted that Alterta was falling be for the purpQ3e of inquirnfein hind Saskatchewan in Parliamentary But it is not In th to it re i 4 t If you wish drayimf or moTifig any kind call on We have the largest aad equipped business in the with thoroughly experienced men in AH work promptly attended Hay and of the beat grads for Coal delivered to all parts of the city short f esieffl WareiiGuse Transfer present Tarliamcnt Al bus four to Saskatchewans six in the it will have wiven to Saskatchewans This means that our has ja slight iy higher proportion of the represen tation of the two Then Kiobcrt went on to talk aVout the bloodsucking corporations and savl that the hoUlup of the city of by the was a dis grace to a country where libertywas supposed to Bnt it was open for ffiebert session io have propoWl an aalibonusing such that which carried in Saskatch which would have mode it inv possible for the to have secured the bonus from Let him introduce jt this Tic will naver accomplish by simply talking about the tentacles of corporations that reach out anM the price of which ss excessive in the of Saskatchewan and Al Also to foe permitted f v r papers examine witnesses OB The resolution was will bc sought and outlining legisla tion it is proposed to ask the legis lature to The present will expire at tha end of March and at that time new will The various locals of the organisa tion have bwen holding special meet ings during the past two weeks at which drafts of the proposals to be made in the new agreements have been It is generally un derstood that while there will be numerous minor charges in the pre sent schedule in the agreement that the operators will be asked to sign there will be but cne radical it is will be for the closed It is understood that practically al if not all tCic have voted to make that the main it will be received by thfi operators who now an organization of their is a mat ter of speculation but the generally I acceptedbelief is that the operators will resist the The mine owners have also been busy during recent with mat A meeting of the dis trict officials was held at the head quarters at Blairmore Friday to con it is the legisla tion the present session of the legis lature will be asktfd to Am ong the requests to be made of th Legislature are an eight hour day and a workmens compensation aoti while a byweekly pay day will te The request for an eight hour rtay it is is to carry it a proposal to attach R pen alty to working underground more than eight hours in nny It is said there is likely to be strong opposition to a penalty clause in an eight hour day while the mine operators do onject to tfce eight hour day being granted by they do not want thfa penalty for working overtime owing tothe conditions to coal mining n The This chiefly out the Difference Between Knights of Raymond Sugar and any other sugar be cause it is much cleaner and purer in the YOU USE LESS Of Knights of Raymond Sugar to tweettn any Once 500 VM it yon will take no it is extracted in the Wett from a western groim FREE A far making New Kng1aiid Mention TMir and and wriU DELAYED BY SNOW AND CAT PHONE 179 Cranbrook Tisrlale and James arrived 011 lire train Wed nesday having been since Sunday getting from Medicine Hat to Staples said that travelling this winter was a bitter experience for any who hat it oaly took about five or six inches of eaof stop a as everywhere along tha track the snow packed like jWe wore hcbhcrcd a good by hungry cattle that had cuts to get out of the deep Enovr TIlc creatures were ski nod and bleeding up to their and they won id crowd onto tfce rail road track to get out oi the fcep snow and then refuse to leave their haven of At Marys bridge was a yearling stuck the The brakcman got tlie animal off and started back to the train when ha was attacked by large steer that ran Mm the front of the brake sought safety between two cars but not before animal had struck To stop a cold with is safer thnn to let it rum anil it Taken lhe sejetw stnge Preventics will bead off all coltia and and njrhapa you from Fncfmcmia or Preventics are littlt toothsome candy ia ft nnd 25 If you Ailly if you to try They will surely aad pleases Sold by irbothara the car condit him once with its horns ions make H necessary to work a ten hour loading Jn order to do that hraMice wnrk ten being paid for two hours If these men were prohibited from i work although for doing it would cut down thi output of the mines very consider i nbly and as of the mines ncfver get rrtore than enough cars to load a the operators say it will be impossible to up or the reduced output except by load ing two It is on theseground man tried to scare the with which was on long horn of th5 steer and the last ths passengers saw of either lantern or was as they pasand out o sight the the lantern swinging from of the amimals a figmal of ANT HOJIESTBAJW AN FOR ing two It is on thesc grounds To go to the Ration or briag friends io your CARTIKG ALSO Kelt door to LAY IN 80MB Coal Before When yot Medicine Hat Conductor DcVcre of take the lifeblood of the a larg1 portionof lhe session i dd j f 6day in listening to an exposition that tha opposition to tha clasue Rill be It is not considered likely a to spent Monday in the tm cf governme so the interests of the coal mining in Hieert thought the govern insane persons by mcnt was not doing enoughby sitnjThe attorney in moving the ply taxing lhe He drew j Ewconcl reading of the a simile from slave holding j that tha Alberta government frcm which one formedthe conchssi maintaining 110 lunatics at Brandon j ion that he thought railway corpor and two at anrl vhat jdvislry whiie there is little ilhut the straight hour day as provided in the present wil le enacted Into X Office dooi of Phone quick relief from Iations should not be in existence at government would ask for an approSnoops Magic Remember This is pretty strong doctrine ytriation of SoOT000 for the creciion its made alone for and it fcr a Condor native of an asylum in The works with certainty and satisfac would haw the a provirtol that the personal I lino from the of hfi insano or 1linl pilos to Edmonton and then from to for its Try it and his way home frcm a trip Hunt is as enthusiastic rn to his hope of tfce sympathy of the Govirnnient in gaid to special for railroaders in ho Homestead regulatk The pont that as a nmnt a is gxine at the agt of i i five years as far as icailway companies nre lit flriits across the line taking hm faJWr ily him anil the Dominion losrs a gcod If man was al lovvwl to homestead without th en forcement of the residence cause Hunt he could retire to farm whan his age lost him Carting to girt it a Morrison Diioi ISO 11 We b OH the railrMi inus ippt in As Ifce proveracitn would all riej otl justso much would trv mttff ;