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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 MARCH i5f The Removal Sale is now in full There are many new lines for spring which it is desirable to clear out at once before HUDSONS BAY FIRST OPENS Important Legislation is Foreshadowed in the Speech from the Throne mpfe from aii over the Province Gather View Opening ai Edmonton to The Canadian Bank of HEAD TORONTO ReserveJniixL President WALKER Conl Manager Genl BRANCHES IN CANADA AND TIIE UNITED STATJSS A feneral Baokinf Bosiness Accents Bay be opeaed aad ducted by mail with all branches of this Buk SAVINGS Deposits of Si and upwards and merest ai cvrrevi Interest added to the deposit twice io each at the of May and The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal oi whole or portion of the Branch MANAGER Special to Herd j March The1 sixjech from the Throne lereshad ows legislation of a very aut including aid to dairy increased aid to legislation re clean cattle provision for better telephone amendments to mechanics to public health preliminary steps to the establishment of a amendments to law reg ulating coal and legislation re land WE HAVE LEFT A FEW HEATERS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES THE LEADING v PLUMBERS AND STEAMFITTERSI ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ALL CLASSES OF JOB BING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO March to the opening ceremonies of first Legislature of the Prov ince os which takes place here this win be held hi the For tnc vhu GoVennncut during the the assembly room the MacKay Avenue school will be as this room much too small to accommodate the large who will attend the Premier Butberford doci last week to lease the which has a seating capacityoE As the rink is as an aud and as it has a beautiful floor and arching with plenty of light perfect acoustic it makes an ideal place in to hold the A hockey match was held no lator LIIUU uiitl the MV aiuiough sunshiny and springlike is still a Httec6ol but us the floor was overlaid with sawdust before there no difliculiy in gottmr it cleared of icti in time for The ceremony itself will TheLegislature gathers in tiie bumling at ami iu accordance wuli the ancient parlia acourier to notify the over nor that they are assembled to conduct tha countrys The Governor is escorted u girardof 50 of faa Royal Northwest Mounted Po who accompany him froni the gubernntoriat which was anil which Governor Bulyca lias to the which is for th2 time be ng the parliament When he arrives there he asks the parlia mentarians who is their speaker and when that TIO speaker has been he declares that as rep resentative of His Majesty the he cannot hear them until they agree whereupon he ostensiblyin The Legislature then proceeds tc appoint a having done Which the Governor is again notified thet they are ready to and ho reenters and pro reeding to nis dais reads the address from the After hearing the a pro forma bill something to he effect that justices of be empowered administer omethiiVG which ihey have power to o some other such non sensical legislation the dea being that the Legislature as eprcscntativc of the common peo docsnt care a continental for the Cing or his the G ov and that they are prepared to gnore him ami proceed with legisla tion not foreshadowed in the speech from the The bill is laid on the to be of other business later and the use thoii to lake up the serious business of legislation the icxt Over have beenis sued by members of the Icgislature their and when these have n the doors tfill be thrown and all who care to may cosnc to Lhe extent of the seating ca pacity of the There are a ijreat many strangers m the city this morning to attend the and undoubtedly the big rink jvill be Crowded to its utmost of will be speaker of the and of as youngest member of the move the address from the cd r aflu proprietor of iLhe Red Deer has bscn already appoint ed f clerk of the by the has tfce distinction of hav beon the oldest hicnibcr in parliament in the on the rsle i The legislative business will come before the House during this ssssiuu will re largely luutine and The TenitOrial of are as a although are Io be many mostly which will bo practically all the business in the AttorneyGenerals depart In IO Puolc ripart mcnt here bo provision made fui u iiumjei of bi most of have already been foreshadovr and of course for the parliament In the Education depart ment theie will be no radical depart onlythe regular routine gov having far as likely to come In the of Agriculture there may arise very important very much Our Ladies Department Owing to the many demands which we have had lor Strictly High Class tailored Garment li e opened u tailoring department for x We are now prepared te supply ready to or made to t t This supplies a long felt and will save trouble and expense of sending outside fef Besides you are sure of perfect fitting when you buy We jnvite inspection of the Elegant costumes and dainty The exclusive styles in and separate Our garments are perfect models of the latest New York and Paris We shall esteem it a favor if you will call in and pas judgment on new Only One Costume of Each Kind General Lethbridge ESTABLISHED 1817 Capita all paid up Reserved Balance Profit SI4JIMII creamery which recent ly taken over from the Finlay is a firm in the govcrnincnt operation oi these insti and it is altogether Hkely that he will introduce legislation to proviso least dozen creameries to ali to the 12 alreadj in successful He is ialso in favor of having the govemroettt ombark in the dressed poultry and pork packing and gen y to undertake along these lines is already being done in the creamery It remains to be how much will be donb in this respect during the pres Jt is also known herethat an ei fort will be made to induce the Gov ernment to take over the entire tel ephone the of failing to take over the longdistance John member for is a most enthusiastic advocate of Gov ernment and he that is possible to make tlvc tele phones so1 cheap that they would be the reach of every farmer and the He has rcady placed the CIovcrnmenL in pos session of a mass of data and sta and it is known that he is pressing on tlic oiher members of the the feasibility of his of is the most important one that will conic up for but therc ap pears io be no doubt on the part of Edmontoncitizens that the capital will remain in this J rue Business Ptinciol M BUY AND SELL FOR CASH I and n On account of the keen competition from Winnipeg to the the best interests of all Macdonald oa aad GOVtRNOR DEAD Sodden End of of iiailfax Jones after the 1st of April sell for cash Prices Will be Reasonable For Convenience of Ranehen special arrangements can be All accounts must be paid by 31st March next upon THROWS ITPORTFOLIO Wilson resigns fram McBride Sentence Francis wlio pleaded giiiliy to forgery the other day was sentenced to three years in Stony Mountain by Chief Justice Sifton this Special to March LieutenantGovernor of Nova droppetl yester He hud been in public life for and was a member of the Mackenzie al io Srarcli attor neygeneral in the JMcBride Gov hrss PRESIDENT RIGHT LORD STRATHCOSA AXDIMOUXT VICEPRESIDENT SIR GKORGB Ubfra Elected Special to March the byo election for the Dominion House in Cape Liber aVwiw elected by over NK major Branches anrt Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in New Spokane and Travellers Circular Letters oi Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the MADE ON FAVORABLE TERUS Drafts sold available at all potnls In Uaited Europe and Canada Interest on deposits current g Nelson lias the Best of It Special to March de cision was given in the McGovern Nolson Jt Avas Nelsons fight from tno stand McGovorn was nearly all in at the Miss Anna Limlholm ot the Book Store has been suddenly cal led to Nan ton to attend her Gait Hospital Lethbridge Branch ittvt Autonomy Special to March Grand j Orange Lodge passed n resolution censuring the Dominion Govern ment for passing antonomy HenyLvssof Special to March British Twenty eight of the crew were One Thousand New Cars March to increased traflic and anticipated r increase on their the linve his vrcek sent an order for one thousand additional cars to their These will be completed for nsc during the coming summer throughout the From sale of Cash Expenditures Repairing Extra March n Monday Mornings of what purported to be the advance of the university commis ioiis report resulted in the swearing out warrants against SIcIntosh a reporter of the and Wallace formerly a reporter in and still resident The charge is that they stole the proof of the re port from a messenger boy employ ed by Warwich Brothers and Hut government The al leged thefts said to have taken place while the boy was enromc to the residence of Sir William Mer chancellor of the it being said that they inveigled the boy into Fishers boarding house to carry out their Will Oppose Increase March 8A conference of the coal ivw held here today for the pnrpnftg of discussing the demands of minors for an advance in About 150 repretentiatf every branch of the coal of the state vrere The conference took place behind closed and only meagre formation wis given out when it broke The only statement made public was that no formal action but those present were naninious against the proposed crease of per cent in Several made against an It decided to send a delegaion of 100 Coai at If the Lethbridge coal strike is settlor soon there will either lc I a boom of our local or some j suffering from At presenl The latest in Gentlemens Neckj the supply at the Thompson yarc wear received by Express is limited to one at the Bentley Company TWO SESSIONS OF LEGISLATURE The TIcrald that the Alberta Legislature will two sessions ihis The one which opens will bo beingk voictl principftHy to AnoVhor session will be held in Oc It is imdorslocKl scilfiry of the members will be and to the district io be held at Inciianapoii March Thedelegation structed to oppose any ac the present wage Miss a Lethbridce old has Accepted a Sages Book Store from Monday worst as to the enormity of the rfne dis aster in tire CouricTs oi Pas le Calais have bem real The doaMi list number tho region nv riole tragedy which has row to wives The last mine in occurred in 1885 were killed that arid all others 11 ruo Rolled Oats at the Bent ley Company Black Cat t ley Jompany Lyon Brand Clothing at the Bentley Cotnpwy ;