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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta REAL ESTATE that iu the I have t beg to announce opened an office LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with eastern and western points, both in Canada and tlio United States. If you have anything you wish to sell list it with me, it will eost you nothing if J do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give me a description and I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. WITH THE LEGISLATURE Proceedings the Opening of Parliament. lEihiioulou Saturday News* One of the proposals w Midi .Mr. MielxTt nuulo on Tuesday was that an'official Hunmrd lv ustnbli-�her TIm man who (low so must have an unusually trong senso of public duty Tho ma* who would wnde through tianiard would stand mi excel lout 1-lih.uco of taking away tho modal in a patience competition from Job. Whatever may bo said in their favor .tho im>m)>ers of tho House are as (poor a lot of talkers ns could bo gaihorud together. Add to this, tho j fact that little controversy arises 'and that what do*s is tnost pitifully | conducted hy the apology for on opposition that is in existence, and you cam apprcciato how wearisome , th* proceedings are. ton to FtiKUoii'a Hay. We lint no poll -nee wl;h ihone who took up tunc insvsMgHliiij as to whether the lluilson'a H.iy rout* was feasible, 11m fin t thai U. H. ships tmvereod it UiO years ugo woe eufnclont for hi in. Mr. Hlebert la a plunger Mt all earnest. Fortunately the debate only lasted till Tuesday night ami tho address was adopted without amendment. The actual work of legislation will be proceeded with without delay. IHWtMIMIIMMMI*^ �M�+�#M�t�>e)e)*)e)e)e)s) When in need of a HEATING OR COOK STOVE Call and see 0�r Stock and you arc sure of being satisfied # I llenrh and in hie old seat is Mr. W. There his l>een little change in the chamber since the House adjourned last May. Tho bunting that decorated th? rafters is still in its plnoe. a trifle faded after tho summer's heat. The sergoant-at-arms is l*>-decked in a striking uniform* vith a sword attached that looks as if in cas> of emergency it cou'd do great execution. One of the pages has graduated into a larger (laid. Twc Of las% year's tnoinbera are alisent Mr. C. A. Stuart has gone upon the Ono of the measures foro-shedowod in the speech from the throne Is an Insolvency Act. In this connection a paragraph iu the annual add runs of 11. 10. Walker, of tho Bank of Ooiiv-reports. |mcrco,.l� worth quoting; "For i&aiiy years,'* he said, "Uhoro has boon great dissatisfaction on tho part of wholesale trade and oUters with the present laws In Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbila, gov -ernlng tho winding up of insolvent estates. lcrta are so unsatisfactory that wo cat but hope that tho new government in these 'provinces will speedily take action ; to arm-nd the situation. Another matter that should be dealt with by the Governments of Saskatchewan 'and Alberta is a modification of the tariff of solicitor's charges." Rogers -Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. ttaOMO&MeMCOeMMMM ��S�eeeessors to Gcocgc Rogtrta Builders' of Every Description Lumber Shingl Mouldings Building Paper Supplies Wholesale and Retail ii !l Phone 23. i Lime Tar Paper Doom Windows Lath Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridge, Alta. C Singiions, the member for Ix>th -bridge. He, Mr. Boyle and Mr.Moore are (fee front lynchers not in tlw Cabinet. In his place sits Mr. Hiley. Mr. Stuart'a successor in Gleichen. Mr. HolJen. Mr. Macauley's success -or in Yennillloa. occupies tho latter'* oM place 1 *tw*oti Mr. Walker and Mr. Tlosenroll. HicK (EL WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam utid J Hot Water Fitters. Tolephone 110. j�vi. -. Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year and have that j old plumbing torn out and clean. \ healthy, sanitary plumbing put ' through your house and avoid in- \ tecttous diseases, fevers ar.d many of the diseases that come from bad sanitation and plumbing. We are ' ready to undertake any work of this ��Ncrlption, which we do t*n a skillful and scientific manner. The de-'at* on th* speech from the throno w,.a a very languid affair. � Mr. Hiley agxl Mr. Holden in moving ma d. n effort* ond while tlK'y at.- I lempt. d sothng at all ambitious in | tho oratorical line made a favorable iiupr.ssi. n. Then Mr. Hobortson c�-�*�cdthe opeSing s|>eech in rvj'ly. It was qui to up to his average effort. but one could not hjlp repeating as ha waadered oa i "Of all sad wurd3 of tongue or p^n , t The eadJcst are' It nugJit havo II bt�n '' i If th-> r.sult in Gleiclien had l>cen 1 different, there would have U� n a , differi nt sort of a debate. Two lines 1; were recently addtvl to the above .familiar couplet: "And then to make another verse, j It might have bivn a good deul worse " A Church of Kngland deputation waited on the government at tho end !d l "And vhcrens, it is, in thn opinion of this S.mioiI. unjust that any dihcntiiiti.ui. n of tliis kind ttliou^d exist; I "Therefore be it resolved that in the 'o|iiikn of this S>m>.l, steps should be taken to accord to all donomlna-tkns full e presmt. asrefmi'nts' with the mine oper.itois I y formulating a schedulo of terms of the new agreements that will b# sought and outlining Ivgisla-t oa it is proposed to ask the legislature to eaaeO. The prcsvnt agreenitAts will expire at thj end of March and at that , time new agreeewnta will t� sought. Tho various locals of the organisa -ition have bw>n ho'diug sperlal nKVt-ination to impart religious teaching | ing� during thn past two weeks at to its own childr.n in such schools (which drafts of the proposals to be sh luld 1k> as a'flnluto as that no- jinade in tho new agreements have corded to any other. ]bcon considered. It is generally un It is hirdly likely that even petitioners ex|iect th'ir reusititn as "almost invistl('^" The dearriptii.n is correct for the gre.iter part of th.' time, j It would be wo'l if it applied to them at all times. They do their lest, we all reroxnlre, ami the biani? is not with them, it isjfor tin* |vo-ple of the province to find a remedy. How long will they be in doing so? Our Graniteware Is made in Canda by Canadian workmen for Cnnudiun use. Wu carry a foil stock at especially low prices. The Central Hardware Store ^ G. L. VROOMAN ? X ? ? X ? X T ? 3* s: DRRYING. If you wish draying or moTinn �f any kiad done, call on as. We have the lamest aod beft equipped eartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended te. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coul delivered to all parts of the city wn short uotioe. ! Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. Offioe -First dooi south of Opera House. Phone 63. ThePremler i� his reply em'ered consiileraMe Urrit�iry ant had no dilliculiy in d -fending his administration from tho criticism lerellidat it hj Ml, ltobortson. With the mo^t nf the matters, with which the nvrw-bem of the Opposition oValt. ths Al-lerta Qovernment had nothing to do. For instance, Mr. Hobertson claimed that tho census was taken improperly last June. Rut this is a purely Pominlnn matter. He regretted that Alberta wns falling l*-hindj Kftakatcliewan in Parliamentary lepreaentaticn. But it is not doing so. In th.> presnt I'nrliam nt Al-berta baa four to Saskatclu-ttan's 'Mx iru-mUers. in tho nett it wi'l have wivan to Saskatchewan's t a-iestton of religious division in oiir'.ocals have v0t>ed to make that the school arrangements. Public �-nti-!m�'n Issue. How it will be received mo-nt certainly would not agree to 'l>y thn operators who now Haw an un extension of tho system. The j organization of their own. Is a mat-l|�culiar pnrt of the agitation that ter of speculation but the generally has arisen nt differ.^t pori.xls in tho >cccpted Iwllof is that the ojwrators past regu rd n-� have been quite as anxious that there should bo r.-ligious instruction in the scl-.oo's. I low ihic can l.o given so as to pleas - everyon  without separato srhools is t-omelhing tho av. rngo man finds hard to under -stand. The pro|>er solution is for tho schools to take up purely s#cu-lar subjects and to loave religions . insirui tiuii to agencies outs id,.- the schools. INVESTIOATK B. C. LUMBER. YOU USE LESS Of Knights of Baysaend Sugar to sweetca thao maj other augur. Once you use it yon will take no other. Then, too, it is extracted in the Watt from a western grow* beet. FREE: A reeipe for making New Bngland Toffee. MentMB ye�r grocer's Mm and Dept 113, eed write KnIJht's So|ar Facttry, RsfiaeaS DELAYED Ottawa, Feb. 7.-In the house yesterday Sir Wilfrid Lnurier inowd that tho resolution of llorron of Al-l�rta. be called at onco. lie did this l.ccausci, otherwise, it would not le reached. This resolution was for the appointment of a committee of nine for the purpose of inquiring into the price of lumbor, which is re-gird ?d as exceisivo in the provinces of Minitola. Saskatch-wan ami lic-rta. f r papers and examino witnesses on oath. Tho resolution was carried. been with matters legislative. A meeting of the district olllcials was held at tho hoad-Muortcrs at Blairmore Friday to consider, It is understood, the legislation tho present session of the legislature will lie aski�.l to enact. Among the requests to lie innidc of th? Li-gislalure are an eight hour day and a workmen's coinimnsat ion arti whilo a hy-weokly pay day will he nsked. Tho rejUPSt for an eight hour day by-law, It is understood, is to carry �ith it a proposal to attach a !��-alty to working underground more than eight hours in any capacity. It is said tlnro is likely to be strong opposition to a Penalty clause in an eight hour day law. an. while tho mine operators do not, onject to the eight hour day being gronto.l hy law, they do not want tho penally for working overtime owing to the A|- conditions peculiar to coal mining UV SNOW AND CATTLE. Also to be permitted to send nttiiuu. out Ol the car situation. These condit  ions make H necessary to work a ten hour loading shift. In order to do that drivers, trappers, brattice men, etc., work ton hours, being paid for two hours overtime. Jf these men were prohibited from working .overtime, although paid for doing so, it would cut down th) output of tho mines very consider -�bly and at some of tho mines never get more than enough cars to load a ten'hour shlfti, the operators say It will be Impossible to make up for tho reduced output except by loading two shifts. It is on theseground ing two thifts. It is on thes^ grounds that the opposition to tho penalty clasue Bill bo based. It is not considered likely however, that the government will grant" a provision so manifestly adverse to tho interests of the coal mining in-whllo there is little doubt thut the straigfci oit,trt hour day as providod in the present ajfreeiiients, will l>g enacted into law. (Cranbrook Uerala.) O. P. Tisdale and James Staple* acrlvcd on the belated train Wednesday morn n?, having bem since Sunday getting from Medicine Hat to Cranbrook. Mr. Staples said that travelling this winter was a bitter experience for any one who had in-bilged. "Why, it oely took about five or six inches of slow te stop a train, as everywhere along thi track the snow packed lika ice. We were bothered n good dnal by hungry cattlo that had wandered liv to tha ruts to get out of the deep snow. The poor creatures wern ski�-nod and bleeding up to their kneoa, and they would crowd onto the railroad track to get out of tho r blind piles ri.suppuar like uiugic by it* use. Try it and seel RAILROADS AND TIOMESTaUpB (Medicine Hat New*.) Conductor DeVere TIent, of Craa brook, si>ent Monday in tho ci*y on his way home fr> m a trip �a*t. Mr. Hunt is as enthusiastic a* ever In regard to his hope of enlisting tow sympathy of the aovemmerrt in re-gaid to making special proviaicB>t for railroaders in the Homeetvad itigulatum. The point white Mr. Hunt takes is that a* a man'* usefulness is gone at the age ot �i*ty-flve years as far as the Canadian cailuay compauies ai* concerned, he drills across the lino taking hi* family with him and the Dominion lose* a good citizen. If this man was allowed to homestead without thj on-lorcement of thu residence c'ause. .Mr. Hunt contends, he could retire to tl.w furui wh^n his ago lost him PHONE \79 when yea seed  CAB To go to the fttatioa or Mag friendi to year home. CARTING ALSO DOKE. J. G. Wfcf&nd Nest door to Schweitter's BATORY. RBBPATM BTRCBV. LAY IN BOMB 1I01B Coal Before Mother rash. J When yet have My Carting to do, gire as a eall. Morrison & Diio Phone-Office 180 Heasel Ms Jeb ue to* railreae and thus be kept in Canada. As provemsats would all have rieJ o it juit so much store would have b�t� sneet is tie try. ;