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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta GOLDEN NIT IBS ARE SLIPPING BEYOND YOUR CHANCES TO MAKE A FORTUNE THAT MAY NEVER COME AGAIN ACREAGE Corner in 2 corners in Terms Corner in Terms Corner in Terms 5 and 6 in Corner in Acre in Also a few acres in North Ward well located at Easy Acre lot on Bartlett Terms RESIDENCE 100 lots east of Westminster from 15 lots in Riverview 3 lots corner Bompass and Wood 2 lots Ashmead 4 lots Ashmead 2 lots Ashmead 13 lots London Road 7 lots on one 8 lots oh Westminster Onethird cash BUSINESS 3 lots and two houses on spur track 11 lots on spur track Terms 11 lots facing track Terms 4 lots Round 3 lots Crabb 2 lots Crabb 3 lots corner Ford and Wood st 2 lots corner Glyn and Redpath 1 lot arid store Round 2 lots Baroness Come and look over our We have dozens of other The City and Suburban Property a PHONE DISTRICT COURT POWERS Important Legislation introduced by the Provincial function is to dccido claims givcthc district courts juris or I trust that such diction than the sign will be realized in the acts now j The question of the Hntim of the and on the one of these district courts one who his an and on following is a complete report of a portion of tho speech ol the attornygencral in introducing bill creating a high court of justice for Alberta and a district Each will bo manned five the Hutter to before the house and on the one hand make it and cheaper for has been a matter very serious uiulispuurd consideration by the It the otter has boon suggested onthe onehand to give every facility to two that this limitation of is too way than perhaps in any morepersons who happen to be and thatthere exists uo rea reasonthat thtt settn a dispute which caUs for son why it should not be increased tlemwit in this province is vcry wide judicial to havo ths to the sum of corresponding ly Settlers are taking up merits of that dispute fully and com the exercised by land in far distant places from Iphstcy laid UeWre the and to the county courts of Ontario railways in well grownriid hope have ample time aivcl opportunity Jn ihe it has that before very long these places I gjVtn for the presentation of each strongly urged that the jurisdiction J will tnnraiH and rvf fsirls nml mvimvents iro of is too that it such costs toeing run up because ao lOther court but the superior has power to try such The present district court act sweeps away this olddistinction gives these courts power to try all class of actions just as com pletely as the high court could by five the Hotter to htar that before very long these places givtn for the ot each cases not exceeding Cross j will be tapped by a ami side facts ami arguments go sad j thereby rendered just as accessible as j to sustain their respective con Tha principal object of establishing Uny other part of the province The as veil as ample time and the district courts in the province is result of this that small opportunity alToiuYd the judges who it would be advisable to limit it to or ay say that as this province is to inaugurate a system whereby the communities have grown and tp judges of that court will growing up all over the th u h nnd hear the oftentimeslong distances atwjr tiue coHsumiauum n wiw onvnorsons who think apart and in order to serve a provhte fuels of the of all high court to extend the iurisdiction immediately nd Uce it is This is The diSerence between have le ar fectlyclcar larger judiciary j ly will be GOO would a very lanre the ramrod that the jud cs make circuits in proportion to population is satisfied aficrthe decision is arrived number of cases which would their districts every six wcwks or renifrcd than in such a as I hnlanoe oi vork too stro is only limit to the juris diction of a namely the limit of The clerks of the highcourt will act for the present ut all events as clerks for the district the various judicial wiso shall shcriTs other otti the arc called uponto decide such dis at present constituted it would give CCK r will putfd cases to come to a conclusion the district too workin j 1 may say in this connection long after due consideration of mt only comparison with the work of the thegovernment through ana titai 5 the appointment Ijeen a of I S42LI JU f l lTJi IJVill vr tire to such Persons H will be art fcctly clear a targer Judiciary j ly way in uhich litigants will be aivd GOO would a very large the court tice to Mien win a j l to the various plaws two covering all the where tarrt points within such districts population i centralized to a hearing at the place extentin the cities of Van pute arose any cases brought before 1 couver und a num them for trial At ths present time sinaMer cities and it woud Ixs oiMtc impossible for the mediately rhe line of crly and carefully dcterminrd as it during the post I tmd that 1 is in the other class of this is the those in which no dispute I might also point out that it is at In any case in which vhoy might the balance of vork too strongly in within his exactly audit must Ix borne favor of the district 1 say mmd that it is of just as much im this because 1 havu made that these disputwl tion into the various cases triccl at wlwre thrc is a real substaii thedificrent sittings of the supreme tial tpicstion of should be prop court of the Territories of the supreme of the Jt be af interest to compare Northwest Territories to attempt to the number of jwJgcs in British Col cover the smaller towns ami villages umbia with the number of juVges in province and to bring justice which we are asking the Dominion cd to a 10 the doors the peopio of tho governmerrt give us under the of the creditor ag l I n M l 1 til that every facility should he afford realization of tho countrv tut under llie district courc 1 trict and higfc court In the his act iiiis plan willnot only be year 1901 the population I do not claim lor those actp tlwtU but practi a Columbia the taking of the cen they are by any means but and will be put into force as less the soon the judges of the courts are present population of appontcl by the federal government at that time in the prov1 At the present time the of mce Columbia five su trjing a debt case sometimes I prenva cotirt jodges and ten county hundrcds of miles from where the court judges making in all fifteen I do say that they have most and I hope sound con and that whatewr lo only a short timeago that the jur isdiction of the coxurty courts in On tario was and it has only been very recant years that this jurisdiction has been to SGOO in 1 no doubt in my mind that when the set tlement in the province justifies it be a wise provision to in in the same asthesupreme court the timego upon At the present tinw j the supreme court of the Territories holds its sittings at IMnchnr Medicine EVANGELIST WHO IS SKUVICRS AT UESLEV TR r ON S OF M A X Red Ekhnonton j STULCK and Fon Umfer district court net there j Disco ve re r of Alberta will be no difficulty the Unlls on the district court judges visit every vilj of or town having uayconsktera i ble population at leastevery six weeks or two Not only will this W the but it will be j Vancouver WHO jthow criKle methods gather 50 Aldridgn tried several putting a shaft down putty liko clay would oil in Throe atteinjHs at this vfiry Kr who iie first dispuU arose has alnvost invariably rcadc tho litigant deter from ewVeav loi or one each to every oring to enforce collection of their H is therefore clear that and the purpose of this ju dicial system slioad to lnis fit to adopt the by the government fccts exist in them will lw remcdiotl crease the jurisdiction of these dis as thoy appear from time 1o trict but for the present I It is the desire of the act now bethinkthat the figure at which the fore the house that there shall be a government has placed thejunsdic district court in each judicial ciisStion of aH pur trict of the with a namely is tlw proper limited to coses involving not figure which t0 place will the but it will be nmn Discover petroleum in AI Koc also for the court ft World more fiwuently visit the large Ihis corr had built three males of the Rocky justice as near to the doors of the Lnll prov5des foe of people of the province as 1 lhc district court of aKj nvtke it as easy and quick I inVolves the appointicnt of five dis to as it is possible to make court jlKtgcSt aifd aiso for tihe I construction of the high court of nrimAndifference between the I Alberta to le composed offive oc nld iiJSc and the new Lurt all judges Judicial at cay as o is to mate it which of There is also the ju are certain very mote than You are all aware that since Ihi formation of this gov ernment we have estaiblishotl in ths province of Allwrta five judicial dis trict where formerly there were at the south there is the lethtridge judicial Jn cn2 important particulnr the district courts in Albert A will le un will atlc to try all classes of cases of every kiml and so long as claim or demand for reliefdocs not cxce d this amounti Tn Ontario for pet forth in is to nmke it as cheap and qxiick as possible to obtain speedy I have desire to refer particulnrly to tho need in this province of judiciary than that whiclu it has at tho amiin this connection it may be of interest to you to know that upon the basis oi population the province of is as compared with the other provinces of to reaucst which is thereby uwxde to the federal to fill these in view of the circumstances prevailing in the province amply city i as in other provinces important cxcep came into T t H i Adndgv up judicial ctntres in order to dw with i criminal cases more as j his claim in August they will be relieved of a Southern about tion of the work heretofore conducti froni Pincher ed by tok oul abo11 30 ltlllt Ol An but ouly one f which he distributed as samples provided from any Sin bottles to any who were folio win spring he wus ap iilr ai 1J1S c judgments oi a district jutJje j L preached bv Seattle but jus acting as of tho h4fh j v i at that time he hud not his is an direct j 7T the deal was not co to on u on Q aworc it rot vpry often of jaoo litigunts will tho t Q herj ojl The tiesign anrt object of the dis trict court Ihave make it T cheaper and simpler for a creditor to obtain redress ag n or for two parties to have that dispute settled Courtwof justitc any province vouW t much larger number It qiiite clear lo anyone who is intelligently informed to thacondition of af fairs in province of Alberta that it rwwiTts a of to cover this province m to should always of kept ilicial district of the to thi jurisdiction of thft coim cial district of the judicial ty They cannot for district of Wetaskiwin and the jxxlitry actions for cial district of Now in ious or auctions every other province a justice of the peace for only in there exists in the execution of his two classes ol namelya he consents to their such perior and an inferior For The result of this dtetmc in at the present tion has been that the time of the time the jurisdiction given to the high courts of justice of On tar jo at county court extends to cases involvassizes is taken up in trying cases the of this often in is ions the damage clrtimotl by the par tho litigants froro dvcision in matters in course of au was somiewhat He built a sluice box shoveled ail sat f Anothor very important feature of lirated gravel into He rt the district court act is ookel for nll lhe world as if somc This company in spite of Iridges protests insisted on a derrick on his Jfol though he showed and their Thev bored 1020 fcrt lowing Afterwards thtir tools stuck in the hofe bore lor The government sent to look over what Aldr done on land The oU ing in paying there the oil the banks of tbe crsekr Sboftlj tcr this Trethewcy tooktke and in stiCtionS 54 aod 55 of tliifi act j there is dis trict judges criminal which is trict court have to tnCSV i Ow circumstances provmce purposes is to permit the thought the mat nxmt of claims or Ike otlfer and tor out has come to the con small the damage claimed inny tbf fosts on lxth sides arc very ndw the system present time jrrovlnCft Lhere is no way to prvfnt lr a class of cases prac tically where the accused to be tried A TIw only exceptions are and ates that tliosc who are charged with crimes may have the opportunity of having their trial disposed of and property one had poured black molasses over tnJ the At the end of sluice of which was As the oil trickletl this Cvty is it remain on top of the wat1 comjwny is now er Aldridgc would then drop iKros on tho property an oat sack on top of water and experience of taken up the oil he from the other wouXd strip it into a that avittmeC is he in wilh infinite diffi When lie had enough herwouUl to drive out the Then be put it into coal oil xviiich Jn an ewnomy fit Kus he had to pack 10 miles before off one poliecinan and its citjp he could put on A ITc K has we trust wr will no j thcn Iook to where he f Ua the laws delays in this connection in this sold it for a by ;