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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Premier's Address To the Sectors Of Aberta TO THE ALBERTA: Gentlemen: The First Legislative As j Kcmbly of the Province of Alberta has brought its labor to ariose by. the enactment or a mvaiuns w crease in the.numbers of the represen-j tatives of the people. On March .-jna, next it .be your .duty to elect me: members of the enlarged that election tho oyerj which I have the honor to. preside.- tbe-srovernment which you confirmee in office in 1905. asks vou for verdict on 'its work. The-following are n few of the sub- jects to which, the government pledges itself to its best.energies.'Mi is returned to power: The imst. ..session 1. Act. Mccluuiicu Lien Act. Liind Titles Act. Supreme and District Act. Railway Taxation Act. The Coal -Mines Eight Hour Act 7. Workmen's Compensation Act. Railwriy Act: 8. Local Improvement Distr and Village Acts. .10. Lici'uor License Ordinance Arn- your' endments-Act.'- ll. Public Health Act. sub-; 12. Neglected Children's Act. 13. Election Act. Act. There are only the more conspicuous it ems of the body of legislation which thej has'been submitted to the. First Legis iative Assembly by the government. r doubt- Aether any govenxment has produced legislation w startinc point for thi the government. to such of y part of the.province i its industry and public spirit, and the now needing them and to increase those facilities-as the'need-increases. It'iiurposes to- do this in form th.it will injure rapid building of the-roads IN ADMINISTRATION ss in legis- lation, the aim of the .government has efficiency and progress! Its re- cord .pledges it to a continuation of the financial Lhe work. In educational matters it ests of "the province, by c-naranteeintr j-can point to the school areas ability- and integ-j t0 the farmer, lumberman .and the ritv. which merits your further conn-jminer The construction' and repair islutioo, has provided province with a system of rural juntice which inspires confidence in every quarter. Revenues of the province are known vou from tho public ac- counts. The oxpenaitures aiso are you.' The Treasury depart- ment, over which I have tho honor to j preside, has had as its aim accuracy] and simplicity. Expenditure has in-! creased and must increase with thiei growth of the province, but with that growth, too, there has come and will come, increase of.revenue from the Dominion, from texee on corpora- tions, from fees and other sources. The act to supplement the revenues of the crown, the Act Respecting Tax ation of Land for Educational Pur- poses, and the act respecting the tax- ation of corporations have all been in strumental in raising an ever increas- ing revenue without touching the or- dinary citizen. 'The conference, at Ottawa with the Dominion Govern- ment said .the other Provincial Govr ernments on the question of subsidies resulted in a large increase of the Dominion grant. The grant will go on increasing with our population. The money spent, has -in .reality, been invested. What butter eslmerit than education could be found for the so spent Than the roads, bridges, fer- ries and .public huilrUru-s.of 'the...pro- vince for the which they have accounted And so with the .-rest. THE RAILWAY POLICY, which ,1 have seen, through its first stages in. the session just closed, was the result of serious thought and conviction. It had become apparent that unless the government intervened it might; be many years before railways couid feel themselves- sufficiently strong tp es- sav develop-- rnerit. In the meantime the settlers j already .turning the prairies, ful fields would be hampered- in their work, and it would be impossible-to attract" 'new inhabitants for lands fur- ther from-.the .main line. Tki Golden West Realty Co. ATTENTION A city growing at the rate that Lethbridge is today creates a market for every description of produce. Lethbridge has a city market where the demand is growing week by week. For garden produce, the demand is far greater than the supply at .present. Ko better proposition can any mau offer with a small capital than the following I oave exclusive itge.ncy for 20 acres, 1 mile .from. Fair Grounds. To be sold in one-acre blocks at each, casli'down Balance 110 per month 8 per cent. __: Wanted 3 Scrips, wiil pay cash For Quick Salef list your Property with us Telephone 261 410 Round Street D P. 0. Box 642 rtext Daily Herald KING. Manager Watch .For the Big Auction Sale dence. :Throughout every branch .of j of roads, .bridges and" colonization I is pledged to see that wherever the .public eood. has roadshas -to--r.. very larcre extent ab- the one and only.watchword.-.' .the attention of the ..depart- Session -after session the utmost insomuch as. the government go'r of. capable minds has been centred on-.the-work of capable legislation. fully' realized .that, this was the post imp.yrtant. tind most pressing work to Araonir the.measures passed, initiated ixTdpuo' by ahv department of by the. government, -for .which I ac-( government-the-amounts, voted, yearly be i towards this object have formed much the full responsibility. may .mentioned the following: Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily J OH N BRODIE M the largest penditure. item of the The government 'are sat- i General Teaming If you" have auy teaming o! any kind to do ring me up, PHONE 201. Your wants -will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR They say the Alberta Restaurant Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Day and Night Shoj t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 isfied that the maximum of value was pot for even' dollar, spent and' hove to .Point with, pride.'- to the really excellent work done by the public woi-ks department upon road and bridge construction.. The public buildines.-'bf which was so sorely in. noed.. are .proceeding are roriuired for the development the va-st resources of the prpvincc there they go. It is. not only j pit-tiffed- to that policy 'but it has.! .ir.a-'i; if. practicable anci secured its'! commencement ..by- the promise of cfuarantee of the bonds of companies-j lines ...which, will-enable -thesej. conipajnies tp finance them. .-.'.-Already' almost you; can hear -the construction at, work. But -work .can. only bo proceeded with if., tlie. which the government has elaborated is secured. __ .It is now three and a halt years of Giindy will find LOVERS the- best and purest here. We make all our own CANDIES and can guarantee the ingredients to be perfectly good and fresh. Our apace. THE PEACE AND GOOD ORDER OF .'THE.TjAND continues to .be .the care :of the Royal' Mount- eti .Police', whose magnificent" organiz- ation has been and will be still at the service "of the province. The De- partment of the Attorney General, be- sides havlno- the chief care of the Ice- since vou accepted iny promise to do efforts to please grow with our busi- all that in me the welfare of T our Fruits, Mixed the Province-of Alberta- I appeal Bonbons, etc. justice whether I have or not fulfilled that promise. If you! now .renew your .acceptance of i and my colleagues as the custodians) l- of vour affairs you may rest j assured that those affairs will be. mv solo consideration and care in a fur- .ther term of office. Kandy Kitchen WflsoiiV Auction Rooms Cor. Glvn and Ford, near Irriga- tion Hall oa -A. C, RAILWAY COMMISSION AND ITS ABLE CHAIRMAN A Great frtrlwark Betwe'fen Railway Corporations and ihe Mr. Mabee Ably Fitted by Ability and Legal Training, for Position. PRICES; Get our on Corrugated Iron Galvani2ed and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying We have just placed a carload of the well-known Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in" stock BUM'S NINUFIICTURIHE Office and Factory; dr. NIII IN i Telephone 153 YirirSaithSt 195 In HOIK J. F. Mabee, chairman of tho Railway Coxmnissiou, which be- gan it? sitiinj-'s Monday, all who havt- attended meetings of the board m different places recognize a man of exceptional decisiveness capabili- ty, and fen- mindedness. The ses- sion just beginning is Mr. Mabee sr firsu visit to Lethbridge and people here have, had little opportunity as ret to up the man. -and. his rcothuds. But what has already been seen of with. the reports _other all in fa- vor of the brilliant jurist. Hon. Mr. "Mobee is a big man phy- sically, and jrood to loot at. HP is -well built, a'dark complexion; dark hair) untouched as yet by grey, and a strong, kindly face. His voice is clear and resonant and expressing thoughts which in- variably are worth hearing, it lends extra force to their -delivery. The impression tho man leaves with a casual acquaintance is onp of power, purpose: knd a capacity equal to -vvhatever off or small. Quick to Graspva Situation, quick to grasp a 'situation, a point or a problem as the case may From coast to coast he travels, janU he meets some clever lawyers. To him they sue all alike. Try -aa they may -they "cannot elude the issue nor throw -sand in the chair- man s ryes. He gets to the basic principle" by the shortest route -and pricks the hot-air -bubbles of the maintain for him respect and sin- cere regard. Many spectators in different places attend the commission for no other reason than to hear the chairman. handle th> applications and com- plaints. f He invariably arrives sharp on time on the -hour set for the opening of his court. He bare- ly settles in his chair before he- grasps -a file containing the day's order of -business and asks: "Is anyone here 'n such, and. such a or> "Are you ready, Mr. So- and-So, to proceed in this :mat- If the .first mentioned cases are not rea'd'y." the" "chairman .hears and remembers the excases, 10 the discomfiture .of the maker later on: -If 'cases that :-have'" been called several" times aie unrepresented, Chairman.1 Mabee -strikes them fcom the Jist -without further _ ado, ;and nothing 'but ka new application listed 'against it. Ho. is- a man quick to make up .mind all tbe .facts are in- in on. both sides, and "to render his ruling. He seems to recognize the fact that for years the great railroad companies have, figuratively, walked over_ the private citizen- bulldozed municipa b' ties, and had their own way generally. One by one he is adjusting the com- plaints that have long been made in vain, "and while he metes out _fully juvstice to the complainants he is no less just ;to -.the' railroads. _ A Significant Fact. A "''.significant fact .'.relative to the sitting of the commission in other places is this.; although expressions of admiration forlChairrnan Ma- bce-'s excellent .handling of busi- ness, his despatch" and fairness, were often heard, there has n- 1 been a complaint, and even these against whom he had rendered decisions OUR LETTER BOX. not responsible for Mntiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must accompanied by the writer's otherwise publication will be .refused. WASN'T THUNDERSTRUCK Sir Your repprt at Tuesday night Civic Council the mayor was "not a little thunderstruck" on receiving a peti- tion, addressed to the mayor and ald- "ermen asking them to call a meeting for a certain purpose., and incident- ally to consider one or two civic mat- ters, is quite at variance with fact or logic. The mayor was first' apprised of the existence of the petition on Sunday and was evidently gratified. It made its first appearance at Monday night's meetm and by Tues- day night was too stale to get thun- derstruck over, besides you could-not in a thousand years get Billy thun- derstruck over anything- It is il- logical to assume-that on Sunday he bottled up- his facial expression for ergo, the "thunder" "li's easy to be ready when you'rs cocksure "the other side isn't here." Evidence -of "Fairness. example of Mr. Mabee's fair- ness was afforded :at one 'of the hear- ings -week, when the- City of Winnipeg .complained about the -pres- ence of the OP.R." -tracks on Repub- lic highway, alleging that placed there without the con- sent of the -.municipality. Chairman Mabee condemned such action on the "part of -the- C.P.E. drastically. counsel pleaded that to remove the tracks would entail enormous expense and paralyze one aide of the railroad yards. To this- the chairman 'sponded, uietly: "It isn't a matter is of rlerald manufacture- The Mayor expressed his will and i to wish to go into- the uestion ot a railway crossing bridge at Co-utts St. on an early date and you omit that from your report. You. Mr. Editor have been, mak- ing the question' of erecting public buildings on our square a matter for discussion in leaders and letters for a considerable -time. Why.so.-if-the thing is? impossible? V fcctiaiil M anufectured in Vancouver. B C., of the very beat Kiln- djied Lumber, in latest de- g'ena. Prospective (guilders would do well to me before deciding Vnotise Saturday, Mar. 6 At 1.30 P. M. L. WILSON Telephone 189 Auct A NEW STORE A new general store has been open- ed out eight miles east of Milk-Hiver, by Mr. Wm. Itfbellering, formerly of Warner, to be knowji as the Home- steader's Store.. who has had n wide experience in this this lino will in add> tion to a line of geneVal hardwAre, groceries and saddlery, a. full line of Deerinjy Farm Machinery and. farmers' supplies. T. E. PATTERS9N, Office. Oliver Block, Phone 287. market. Prompt home, ,ancl weight guaranteed. OEDEH YOtTR Coiil from Phone 287, Best "and cleanest on the delivery 'at your DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty means higher prices tomorrow. Buy today." Any locality on easy terms; FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop payment plan or spread over a of vears at G pei cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now Is the time to insure yaur hoase and rurmture. Lowesifboard rates. etc., YOU WANT A HEINTZMA5TPIANO. The best is none too for you. Buy a Heintzinan and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or discount for cash. Orders and correspondence so- CITIZEN, hcited. Phone No. 287. I i i ir much it will cost you, Mr. nor of how much .actual harm your tracks are doing. It's a question of principle and I would order those tracks up if there one person a week-crossing, Immediately afterwards the O.P.R. complained- that the JiadJplaced a bridge across, a section okdtg yards without consent. "If this conten- tion is borne jsaid Chairman Mabee, "the city is in the: same boat with the C.P-Il.y is food' is -food.; lor. Hon. Mr. 'Hon. Mr; Mabse is ayoung man. He is now in his 50th year. was born in 'November; If59, -at Port Rowan, Ont. IHe in Toronto, where he still, makes his and was called, to the, bw m 1883. He practised for1 five and in Stratford; for sixteen years. He removed to Toronto in January. 1906, be- came a member of, the firm of Beat- ty, Blackstock and In year he was raised "to-.the bench" in the Chancery division of the High Court of Ontario. He man of the Canadian the international from January, 1905, 1006. In March of' last year he 'r.e- ccivcd his appointment to succeed the late Hon. A. C. Killtm man of being jMt Mr. is a good sporfcman, a keen angler, lover Tt) RENT 2 offices in the Shepard Block Standard Land Co. Ltd. j Y. S, SHEPARD Manager CAPITAL f fa 680 ffcwe 198 Afeits Wiiiipef Ft e huraicc Ct. Of the District RAYMOND. March funeral lute William Bates will be, held this afternoon at 2 p.m. in the Lattu-r Day- Suints Church. The; Standard V. ol the public school will dismiss for the funeral' as that......is the ryor.i- where he attended school up U) two ago.. The boys' band of which he is a member -will play at the funenl. A farewell dance was given in hon- or of Mr. Jameis Turner Monday eveninc. Mr. and Mrs. Turner leave today for B'.'xbury, Idaho, where Mrs.' Turner will reside while Mr. Turner is on u mission. Mr. Turner sails the ninth of April for England. A surprise party was given on Mr. Le Roy Anderson last evening.: A number of friends after Mutual, sur- prised him: The -evening., was pleas- antly spent iu playing games and music. The telephone liiu: and central is aoon to be rebuilt. A carload of sup- plies has coine and Raymond will soon have a new telephone line. Since the rates .have been .reduced many more the tele- phones." Mr. Carl Miller of Mayrath is vis- iting friends and relatives in Ray- mond. Hon. C. W. Cross, attorney gen- eral., will speak In Raymond Friday afternoon. At the last school board. meeting, j it was decided in .favor of u twelve room school house. If the rate payers are willing they will "ask the Govern- ment-'for. a loan. The by-law will be 'submitted'soon. There was a surprise farewell party given! on .'Mr: R- J- Gordon, Monday afternoon. A number -of her inti- mate friend's were present. Mrs. Gordon leaves -next week for Lethbridge will make her future home. i Th Raymond High-School-'Literary Society will hc-H their fortnightly meetinir Friday at 3 p.m. An inter- '.istinc' program is being arranged. The- principal ifem on the program-is the debate. The-subject .will be "Re- solved that- than the; Pen." funeral William Bates was held yesterday at p.m. .The juvenile band-led -the pro cession- to the rneetine house- Ad- dresses were Bishop Ander- son, Messrs. Wall, Harris aiid B. S- Youne- "Eesolutions of Kespecti' from the Sand-.-'.-.was' read, by air. Parley Ghristason. The pall bearers were Messrs.'-Ivan. Davies, Cla- rence Bates, Craven, Hicks, Rodeback, The remains were buried in the Temple cemetery. Mr. Fred Piepgrass take Mr. Turner's place in Turner's and Spie- deL's meat while Mr. Turner is on bis mission. Mr Daw Wicksome of Spring LOU- lee, leaves" today for Utah, where ne- wiU visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wasden, who have been in Taber for tbe past sis. weeks, nave returned. Mrs. J. J. Cameron is visiting Pethbridge. Mr. C. P. McGuire of is in town- Miss Snowder of Taber is visiting her sister, Mrs. "Wasden. Mr. Kenney of the Mclntyre Ranch, is inTJaymond on business tq-i The Raymond Young People's So-j ciety of the-Presbyterian Churcliheld their weekly meetingJast night. Rev J. Cameron gave an inter- esting address. Miss McKay read fln article on tne subject and ICss Munr0 rendered a solo. Airs. Johnson's sister, who-has been visiting here left for her home m Lyman, Idaho, yesterday. The Socialists ieW a meeting in the school house last evening. G. M-" O'Brien was the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Pietifer has in- to the station, recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs, Yenncy- A: Mis-Pit Ball will be -jiven tomcr- row evening by the Ladies Relief So- ciety of the letter Bay Saiuts church It is beinfr civen in honor of Mr. Otis Terry. BLAIRMORE March buildimr outlook is very bright this season. Several residences are to be erected during the summer. Contract ors Frayer and Sinclair are at work on one Captain Beebe's new resi- dences and nave the building well un- der way. It is situated on tlie Cap- tain's property on Victoria Street. The .coyotes are more ntunerousLthis year than they have been Jor some time. They gather in small packs and are becoming very bold. :lt is rumored that the Blairotnore Times will be printed agam shortly. The coming elections are creating much divcreion amonc the of the hamlet. Excitement runs high. Fo'rests of words and deserts, of ideas are the order of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson returned from Corbin, today. Mr. Gales arc thej proud parents of a baby girl. f J ORDER YOUR NEW I Made to -Measure Only to E. W. KINGSTON NEW HILL BLOCK 300 Samples to From. Select '0 LOCATE AT TABER Mr. F. E. Elwood, a civil of Island City, N. Y., who with his father, Mr. C. S. Elwood, pur- chased fine section liear Taber. in Southern Alberta, with the assistance, of Mr. S; A. Fenton, will have charge of a splendid six and one half, sec- tion farm recently purchased fxom the Alberta and Pacific Land Syndicate. Steam outfits will. be used and it is the intention to run both, nijrnt and day shifts. This will be one" of the largest satms' under one management in Alberta. In.honor of the Atlantic Pacific Syndicate it has. bsen named. the' Syndicate Farm. A.L. Wholesale Liquor Merchant Phone 50 P.O. Box 87 Somebody likes the "meals at CHOW SAM'S CAFE For a great majority go there Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody bj its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on -strictly union principles. Rooms in Connection John PROPRIETOR Don't Pay Any More Rent When we can sell you a nice 5 roomed house but on u Lot 46 ft. x 125 ft. This property U situated in the North Ward, Our price is only and our termt are exceptional All we ask is that you pay us and per month until it is paid for. This property has been rented for per month. For farther particulars, see HEAD OFFICE-BRYAN BLOCK 0. Boi 3t7 tetkkrWge, AIU. The ierta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lets North ef tte Railroad mi West ofWntninterU. EACH TERMS EASY oaih, one-third 6 months, bftlanoe 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum ;