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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta iiiA RIDfcWAV j.) i'I t M tWAYS TEAS IK A CSTABLISHCD IN THE 1EKJN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Sale of iay high-grade Tea in the World ami per Ib. Exclusive Agents: TEe Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 35 4 Snapshots at the Legislature r Edmonton, Feb., Don Hiebert lias' given 'any study! to parliamentary procedure and is not a utudeiit of the rule's, of the'rules of the House he was yesterday, made the laughing stock of ..the. members of the Legislature and viaitors iu the gallery. It was real at- tempt at-Legislation "and 'his bark capsiied in the firsjt ?quall. The squall came from ah'unexpected quar- The member for Rosebud had been anxiously'waiting forshis bill printed. In fact last Friday he moved for an order of the House compelling ;give a v rea- son why the bill was not in the handh of the membeis. Yesterday afternoon Ue rose in a flush of pride. Tlie long advcitiacd bill was at last released and he was going to realize how" it'felt'to he a real law maker. He had been spiking-foe-about two minutes'When J. R. Boy IP, the niem- .berfor Sturgeonrwho by the way has a fine turn for technicalities, rose and "declared'that the bill-was not properly introduced before the He submitted the authority-of'Bour- inot-und_the of t Assembly of Alberta, and askoft for the Speaker's ruling. _ had no option but accede. Mean while', the mover of the bill was so astounded thaC he forgot to sit and stood in stony gaze at his chuck- ling interrupter. Mr. Hiebert has no one to blame but himself. Ten dayn b'lore lie' was informed by the Clerk of the House that he must observe the. rules bringing in his, bill. The reason why this and system in the province. The ight of dower and the parallel right courtesy had been practically an- nulled by the establishment of the Ton-ens system" and the revival' of either right would cause disturbance. Phis contention'was, borne out by Mr. Simmons; _ 'session is likely to last.three weeks longer. The'estimates will-in all likelihood be laid en the table De- ore the end of'nexi and by tlie first of the follou ing. week the Pro- vincial Treasurer is expected to bring down the A -good deal of Committee work on the eightlhour employers' liability- legisla- tion remains to be threshed out yet befoie the bills trill reach theifc fin- shed form. After that there is a mass of legislation involving the'statute law amendments that be care- fully scrutinized before they pass the jplect comitteees or the committee of orncy that thev Government lad under consideration" legislation f a similar nature winch will be'in- next ssssion. 'Mr. Boyle showed that the claims >f the motion would be a serious dU- urbanc6 with respect to the Torren's position leader enquired when the rills mentioned in the .speech from the throne would be introduced. "The telephone and telegraphic noasure would be down next week" replied the premier, "and the eloc ions act is about ready. j Hon. Mr. Fielding will give notice of the annuities measure nex Mond-iy. HS ASK QUESTIONS About R.' E. A." Leech's Appointment As 3ced Grain Distributor Ottawa. Feb.', a sitting HoiiK-c of Cominons on Thursday Dr. Efid. ccl by Hon. Fiank that ho rijrhts had been granted by the G mm cut" at Kananaskis FalL rivei. but that negotiations were on foot with A Calgary pov.-er ,trans- .uLsIaa company. The .miuictor sak STORK AT STERLING THREE BIRTHS IN A WEEK-A CHARACTER BALL-FOOT- BALL CLUB hardly Stirling, AHa., Feb. week just gone has been a. win- ner in" atT" least one line as three babes "have born in that and all boys. On the 8th inst. Mrs. Fred Clark bdcame the mother of fine bey. 'As it is their first it goes without' saying that knows how to act. Jt also goes without saying- that ,he docs some strutting and goes'around mumbling papa., papa, papa, and wondering, whether he's dreaming or riotr Mo- ther and both 'doing well. On this Mrs. .7. ITolman birth to_a. is not her first bin her sixteenth child. Mrs. Uulman is not doing as .well as might be r 31 rs. .Jim Bradley presented to her i i i i i i i i 11 m i 11 i i i i i i i i m m i i i H i i t i H Opportunities Neglected are Lost DON'T LOSE THIS! 16 roomed house, centrally located. down secures 1 same, balance easy. 5 rooinod cottage and 2 lots Bartiett Street, cash. A snap at this figure. Mlftetet i 1 1 i i II 1 1 1 H II 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i husband.a M> ther- and son on, the 13th inst. f that no closed Uentj'-one'.yeui- grar- a commit was appoint- been granlfd in townshipsc 12 to 19, ranges 1J to 21, of the fourth meridian i.i, Al- was over- ruled is found "in Sees. 54 and 90 of the British North America act which piovides that a private-member can- not introduce a bill for the appropria- tion of the public revenue except b> a message from'the Lieutenant" Gov ernor. Sec. 47 of the Liqnor act pro posed by Mr. Hiebert states -that the funds for the proper carrying out o the act shall be provided for oui. o the revenues of the province of Al bc-rta. 'Three courses are now open to the member for Kosebu'd. He con. pro CL-ed introduce his by embody ing the tenor, and principle "in the form of a resolution, he can move for a special committee of the House or of the whole House. Mr. Hiebeit however, was so completely upae yesterday that he forgot to do anj of these things. When" .vi1.-.- he hastened to the "Journal a.-' "V.'hat 5> the matter with gave vent to his wrath in a four col out W. H. Bennett, of school iiiet'in j yesterday I Facts about Gralley, lims and Sunset Colinies in Butte and Sntter Counties, Cat California's Deciduous Fruit District Five to six crops of altalfa annually. Climate which haa made the state famous. Plenty of cheap water for irriga- tion., No cyclones, no blizzards, no-droughts. Continuous growing and cropping season. Richest soil in the state, and home of diversified farming. Oranges ripen from four to six. weeks' earlier th'an 'in. other parts -of the'- state. Churches, railroads, telegraphs, telephones; anil- good schools.. Electric intenirlxin cars connecting.. with the large Deities, Irrigation from Feather River. "third largest strenm in the state. Annual rainfall 20 inches. 'More than 300 days of sunshine every year." Magnificent scenery, good hunting and-'fine fishing. A good place to and a-sure-place to inake money in. Write or call on l .'ternoon, being- that, music gives to man greater plea sure than does pain ting.' 'The neg- ative xida won with-a good margin." At a meeting of the .football' to visit those who should be mem- bers. ami are not, and endeavor tol double the mcmlKrrship, at the present time. A will be the near fu- ture and eierythinp put in shapVs_to commence .spring work along the foot ball li.jc. W. FRIELING, hsnl WfiW M Ci For Information. and Literature Agents Waatea w W.htfl. U real this yM wilt nt titt hive to icM it ia II t iMcrtlMS for SI LOST I BAY HORSE, G years old with four white feet, branded on thigh LB, also two brown horses 1C years old, branded on shoulders hbriiontal, over L. reward will be given on return to Quong Sang next door to post office. Bing Wo. 56-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, good location. Small payment down, bal ance A ply Geo. Peacock, Leth- bridge.-' 56-0 O! CuUnry njoru etr'itpliyvShorthand and BIWIMM, expert jounjf for inrfepethipitte and write for "L." Enter any 374 O. QARBUTT, Principal PROFESSIONAL CAtM W.8.GALBRAITH. M.O.C.M. McOill Physician, Surgeon Office 914 Redpath 9t, 'Phom 59 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, 8ur> geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12n.j 1p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON 4V YOUNQ and Higiubotham Block, WANTED A GIRL TO ASSIST in boarding house. Apply Mrs. E. Oxland, .410 Bom pas St. 55-6 WANTED TO BUY A number of chickens, layers pre- ferred. 'Apply-to AV. L. Wilson, cor- ner Glyn and-Ford-Sts. 528 ROOM.AND BOARD Respectable men' only.. Terms: a month for .board and room. E. Oxland, Bompas.St. 54-6 FOR SALE Crown-Derby set of China. Apply Mrs. Pollock, .512 Round 57-6 oirta. Dr. Roclie, of vMarquctte, introJ.uc- ul the' subject pointment by a question to II511. as to the of report. rpoit is, in tlio main. rephod Mr." Oliwr. "Is it accurate as regards the of that fellow V Hsked jG. E." Foster. is Mr. 01: jattcmlwl by her brother Clarence who Last evening the Associntiuu n Character ball which was well atteruiod and a success in every way. Miss JliMa Ostlvncl was very attireil in "a sailor suit wore a sailor suit. mnn interview in whicll is ,i thft main features of bill. The debate on Mr. Puf- fer's motion, for Legislation to pro, vide more equal-rights for married women .in respect to holding proper- ty, ami in regard to rijrhto of-dower was occasion for luminous fis by Messrs. Boyle and Simmons. The motion was wjthdruwn on the assurance of the Piemier and the At- tiiing ?5O far as 1 arn an tied the minister of the inter- ior. L..tcr in the debate on Xcw Bruns- xvlcl: politics, Mr. Foster remarked tli-i! it was fortunate for the irtl.iister that .the appointment of had not been known before the seed-grain estimates were voted. Had it I en down they would not so qi have gone through. The Op- Dinnnah .lUiker appeared as a S. lass .ind her character very well. She was at- lundoti her brother was dress- ed AS a S. Army private. Con- that the young mnn was a recruit with promises of days Iw was re. .success. EARL ROBERT'S GIFT A Trophy for Rifle Shooting Amongst Boys of- Empire Ottawa. Feb. announced that Earl Roberts has presented a trophy for competition in rifle shoot-, ing between teams of eight boys of 16 years of age and under of British parentage throughout the empire: The competition is to take place "dur- a llwl Cross nursQ and 'her sister Sarah as a rope girl appeared to advantage. Niek-on ami Scrlu us school girls might have been taken for sisters of ..ami fourteen'years. Hut the lady most n> uvUlcricc was Aiuandn Lloglcsoa as a popcorn girlr She was completely cover- ed with popcorn when" she canic to the' and -completely shorn of it she leit. jycry much la.-thei'Iady's.'annoyance some'of the young gallants'feaMefl on at her excuse. The young laily took" the joke with as gocx! graces as pos- she that she would a poiKorn girl again. Clarence Xicison wns a j p: titjg in tlie sories of" Cunad- Mounted Policcmnn from away down ritlo league in 1003, of which fur- aiiibng. the sandhills. One of those j ther particulars will be' published, who take jxiople. Andrew Lnrson as The. trophy is to bu for an- nunlly-by representative teams of " who are. not'over sixteen of age on July Ion yr.'ir of 'match. bronze will GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. I Apply. Mrs. G. L. Vroman, corner of Bompas and Bartlett Sts. HOUSE TO LET THREE ROOMS.suitablc. for light housekeeping or roomers. Well heat- electric light. Apply at the Her: aid office.: C.F.P.Conybcaro, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morten Jonos, B. C. L. JONES Barriiters, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbridgc, Alta. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lend" on Town and Farm Property. .8. C. MOORE Funeral Embalmor to Office -Phone 168. Residence r. B. ROLFSOH ARCHITECT Room I Whitney Block. TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received up to ing the cunvnt year. The team to APril l for lhft building of a two stor- represent Canada -will be selected by the..'department'' of militia and de- fence, from teams entering and eom- am a bartender, li-snojiadc oranges :to'one or tv.-o of'the ladies and did'justice..-to the sanw in his own right. '-.'-JJarold' Townswd led a bunch of cow punchers. There were other characters wcJl sustained too 'numerous to mention. hi', given to each member of the win- ning team and captain. a silver medal to the ey. brick house. Plans can be seen at the residence of S. Dunbar, Crabb c< i oi. 394 MUSIC MISS L HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford of Mont- a limite_d number of stu- dents for Piano Study. Leschctizky teacher) method used. Terms moderate..- 110 Ford St. Phone 147. TEMPERANCE PEOPLE PLEASED Wiimipog. Man., Feb. jomixirance people appear to well .satisfied with the proposed Igislation of the Koblin government. Jf the now law is enacted local option votos will be taken hi many, immtcipalttie.s during season. TENDERS WANTED SEALED BULK TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until 5 o'clock p. m.F Feb. I8th, for the work of all trades, except heating, required in the erection of an additional storey to the Coaldale Hotel at this Separate Tenders .for the heating will be received at the same time. The" lowest or any -tender not ne- cessarily Plans and specifications on TWW. at the offices of the architect, rooma 20 and 21 Southard Building. 48 JAMES A laCDONALD, Architect. SACRinCE SALE FURNITURE CARPET SQUARES AND RUGS, LINOLEUMS, CURTAINS? WINDOW SHADES, BRASS BEDS, BABY CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS, STEEL WAGONS, BOYS' AUTOMOBILES from Wednesday, Feb. 19th to Saturday, Feb. 29th t 9 JUST TEN DAYS, WE WILL C.VE 20 PCK CENT DISCOUNT CM Ike 4kove times. Our stock U Ikt Serial tre Kcre. We a Ut we (o a brie of mcmcy ky fke itl of Marck. A tea days' oapcrtvaity for eta Make tke best seketioa CO., Redpath St, LETHBRIDGE ;