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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME II. LITMBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909. NUMBER W. TEMPLEMAN WILL GET A SEAT Cornox Atlin Been Opened For Defeat- ed Minister Ottawa, Jan. the usual formalities in the Commons, Sir Wil- frid Laurier moved that the address g-g in reply to the speech from the throne j be taken up on Monday instead rl TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. unti-nice traek bills passed the California House yesterday by a vote uf 21 to 10. The measure is similar to the New York state law. S. Seizuburo Schimizu, Japanese Consul-General for Canada, has beenj recalled by his Government to take over ;m important post in the Jap- Foreign Office at Tokio. i David McMillan, aged '58, a farm- er of Erin township, OnV, committed suicide. i Three hundred and twenty-one 1 mining joint stock companies werei incorporated in Ontario last year, ac-1 FAVOR SEMI- MONTHLY PAYDAY D. McNab, ML P. P., To Be Asked To Intro- duce Legislation Tratlf-s and Labor Council met Of; Tuesday, as members had suggested j it would be move convenient. "Why the" put in Mr. Fos- ter. "Very well, then; make it tomor- row." was the reply. The address in reply to the speech will be moved and seconded tomor- cording to the provincial report just issued, total capital of last j The proposition to purchase a half returns of the Do-j in the Labor Bulletin was nnmun for December show total im-i I porN of a decrease of' as compared with the same month in 1907, and domestic exports <'f an increase of Thc in operation at Feraio. svsem is now turned down. Credentials were accepted from G. Dpsvrencourt, Armstall', S. Knap- man, and W. T. Wyman, of the Paint- ers' and Decorators' Union, f The Committee on Legislation re- row by Mr. Todd, of Charlotte, and j Consideration of bills denying the Mr. Turcott, of Quebec county, and i Japanese tho right to own land or to tin1 which is expected to last i be directors of corporations was de- for some .days; will be on. I laved for one week by the California There was some good-natured bad-j Assembly by the request of President in age before the House rose. Mr. Harden asked for some information Roosevelt and Governor Gillette. The new Liberal Club, the Ontario regarding the condition