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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta J _ r "i - J. r VOLUME 1 The Removal Sale is now in full swing. There are many new lines for spring which is desirable to clear out at once before removal.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO a K. WALKER, General Maimer ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Ccn'l Manager BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A general Banking buiiness transacted. Accounts may bo opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this Bank. SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT Deposit* of $1 mihI upwards* received, and interest ii1 lowed current rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whut* ever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit at BRANCHES IN ALBERTA t ALl.AUY . URUMMOND. K C M. (\ E. S, OIiOU8TON.*1Gbxibu*i. Masackii - i- # - # h a - Branches and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draftt iohi available �U all points Id United States Kurope and Canada Interest allowed on deposits at current>ate� Lethbridge Branch r. R. RHEVE Manager LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 190(5. HILL TO BUILD TO EDMONTON Lethbridge Should Get After Him and Have New Road Strike This City. Victoria, B. C. Man Appointed to the Senate-Debate on Address at Edmonton Concluded-Commission on Beet Sugar. (Specials to the Kernld.) St. Paul, March 22>-J. .1. Hill will build :U>0 miles of railroad In the Canadian Wesl. A lino will bo built from Havre to 'Kdmonton, 400 miles long, and a liranch tu Calgary. Ottawa, March 22.-The. first government .caucus ,at Oltr^va discussed the indemnity pensions and tlic Lord's Day Act. Tlio Conservatives also hold a canons. (loo. Wloy, ex-M. I'., of Victoria, It. P.. has boon appointed to the Senate. Hon. Frank Oliver, in the House of Commons, explained lIn? land grant secured by tin* Snskutehewan Land Company. They s-eiuvd patents for DP2.S09 acres. It. fj. Borden's election loll was sent to a special commit tot*. Kogina, March 22.-The (J. T. p. js negotiating for a station site ami street railway franchise m Keginn Edmonton. March 22.-Tho on the nddross closed today debate wit li- mit n vole being taken. Moore, Puffer, MeCauley, MrKen/lo, Doyle and Woolf mudo short speeches. Jl T. Moore, doniod he was not in accord wit It Iho Oovermnont. J. W. Woolf and Deputy Minister of Agriculture Ilnroourt wore appointed a commit too to investigate tho beet sugar industry. They leave for the south tomorrow. Edmonton, March 22.-Senators Talbot and Do Vehor will attend the Ibitherford banquet at Htrathcona tomorrow night. Calgary March 22.-A thousand homo sookors loft St. Paul for Alberta today. St, Petersburg, March 22.-Hussion Oovornmont will rebuild its navy, at u cost of Sino.iMio.noo. Winnipeg. March 22.-Tho P. P. It. will raise the price i>f lands adjacent to tho (1. T. P. i>ud C. N. H. to twenty dollars an acre. This is a ret aliatory men sun* against those companies for paralleling its system. Political Gossip. Will Sit Here. The Conservatives meet t omorrow night to decide whether they will plueo a cundidate in the field or not. The names of \V. C. Ives ami Dr. Stewart are still mentioned in ton-noction with the nomination, but t here are rnmoi s \ hat a man may not be placed in the field. The Herald understands .1. .1. Young, of the Calgary lb-raid, was ottered the nominal ion. The Kdmonton Ilulleitn in-ti'rviewod Mr. Young about tho mat-tor, and h" stated that aside I'rom an article published in the Iteginn Standard, and published in tho Calgary Alherlau. hi' hail heard nothing of the mutter, and so far ho hud not been consulted. Ho said that there was m> swerving in his allegiance In t he Conserv al i \ e party. but that he was nut of politics, and that he did not see how he could .spare the time and money 1*) reenter the arena. However, he would not say anything iMiuito imlil*he returned to Calgary ami consulted with his friends. Tho Labor men h hi a me'ting last Thursday and d it assert i he quest ion of placing a candidate in the field. .Messrs. Scanlan. Dougherty, Ash-croft, Kenii and Xminions wore all ottered the nomination, but they retired, most of tli"iii in favor of Mr. Sherman, district president of the Minors' Inion. Mr Shormun would not give an answer on the spur of the moment, as he had to consult with the union oiliceis. It is understood he has since decided not to be a eundidute Another meeting of the Labor men wdl ho hold next week It is understood that K. \. bothhm will be the returning oMieer --o--- A SKUlolS CHAIttH-:. .las. \V>lio, said to ho from Montana, called at the postotUco 'le'v-'.h- er- day and asked for t ho \Y> i io's mail, and was given letters and lepers addressed to Mrs. .!as. \Vyli*�. wife of the well-known rancher and minor. When Mrs. Wylio discover'd that her mail had been taken, she became suspicious, and as she exported an express order, she wont to see W. T. Henson. express agent, ami Lamed that an attempt had been i wide to cash u money order in her rami* by a man who claimed ho was lit* husband. Mr. Henson would not i:tsh the order. The police then took the matter up. and tho man was found la one of the hotels and arrested. Ho is having a preliminary hearing before Superintendent \\ ilson t o.liy on the charge of theft of letters. Iligin- mtOTHKIUIOOli nUHANT/Kli. Organization of the St. Andrew's Orothcrhoud in connection with St. August in's Church, was oomph-ted nt the rectory on Tuesday evening. The brotherhood starts oil with 11 mem hers. The olllcers ait; t\ A Ma grnth. Director; II. K. Sherlock. Vice-Dirwtor; Prank llnrrop. Secretary-Treasurer. Monthly moot ings will tie held. W. P Ives i, to read a paper at the next meeting. -o----- (MKTS TO MIL AVD M US OKA PIC. A. M. fJrncn was given v� ry tangible evidence of the esteem in which he is, held in Lethbridge Just evening, when a large number of his friends gathered in the parlors of the Lithbridge Hotel, and \\. P. Ives, on their behalf, presented' hint with a gold watch, und Mrs. (race with two beautiful piec* s cut glass. Mr. Ives spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr. and Airs, (.race, and his expressions of regret at the departure of ibis popular couple were ordiall.\ endorsed. No L. M. .Johnstone returned at the end of Inst week from Kdmonton, whine he had been interviewing tho Provincial Oovernmcnt on behalf of the Lothbridgo Hoard of Trade. The other members of tho deputation 11. J, Hutchings, Calgury, and W. Short, Kdmonton. They recommended the following amendments to the provincial laws That the Kxomption Ordinance should he amended as follows: To provide a classification for different classes of persons, e.g., one for a larnier. another for an artisan, etc. The total exemptions in no case to exceed S1 ..VO, including tho home-si end. That the several clerks of the Su-preni" Court be given power to hear and determine civil actions where tho claim, if on contract, does not exceed Sinn, and if in tort does not exceed S"iO, and that sittings be held wherever there is a process issuer resident. That a deputy clerk be appointed In assist, each clerk in the disc It urge of the dimes heretofore devolving on l be clerk That ji process server or bailiff be appointed at each place where a process issuer is appointed tcj serve all process. That *.,r\�cc of process may be notde le, ier of the famil> That mi appeal in all cases be from he d-i -.ion of the clerk to the judge of the Miui�* district. That He* necessary disbursements incurred by the clerk for travelling and hotel ho paid by the government of the Trritorios, und that to meet this a too of $1 be payable by the |.huni!'i in the drst instance, which fee shall form part of the costs taxable acainst the losing party. Commercial cases: That in commercial ease* special provision should be made for a Ivan expensive und .noiv speed> procedure than * res ent in \ogire The court should be charged with tho duty of forwurding lit igai ion It is iioi likely the Legislature will deal unit law amendments ut the present session, but it is likely a judicial es w.-nt into a eommittee *tf the who!*- i�) diM-ies the matter, ami adopted tin- following schedule: 11iuh si-hool. principal, increasing S11in pt-r \ear uulfl Sl.tiUO is ivach- i'd. Assi^innts. males, increasing $100 per year until $1,1*>�� is reached. Assistants, females, increasing $75 per wuir until $1,2O0 is reaehed. Public sehtiol, principal, increasing SlUU per year until $1,-100 is roach* ed. Assist ants, increasing $100 per \enr until Sl.JSOO is reached. Teachers with at least two years experience, 1st >ear $000, increasing S*-ir� per >ear for tho first three >-�nrs. and thereafter until $70*1 is reaehed. don, Unl , on Atlgtisl ll'n. 18tHV lie was isluiaied at the linblic Hclund in !,ondon, and for a while curried on tin* hurdwan* buviness in that city. He came west m IS'JH, and locutetl in Cochrane, a village forty miles roin ItniilY, w here he l�ns resided since, lb* carries �ui a general store business there, and is considered to be one of i hit most far-seeing business men in the Province. In tVOtt he was elected to the. Northwest Assembly to till the vacancy caused by the appointment oi Hon. A. I.. Hlf- loil to the llewil. In the election for the Assembly for the new. province, he defeated ]>r. lirett, who was looked upon us Die probable leader of the Conservative party. Ho is major of the 15th Light Horse, the regiment newly organized in Southern Alberta. Wild. PAY ACCOl XTS. lb.' Town Council, ut a special meeting last, night decided to pay tie- Mi-omits for the pumps for the waterworks, system. Messrs. Heluap. represent ing tho AlliH-Chulniers-Hul- comniercial travellers lU'u;- 1 usin.'*vtf^^| Keciui will huve a stm^vfl baking up the Various parts 'r0 city und greatly iiicjvasiwgxij^ the values 0f suburban projwrty, H. Iluslam is hi hi ml tlu� project).' ..rWl^^.. Jlev. Herbert Onle. .W^ii^oI'IbJ^^ ptv^chiug to an audience tlijt ed Wesley Church, Hamilton, day, decfared it was a fact t during the time that 1^) rovJ iiuvtings J.weit� boin^ con^UCti^i any city iJiom wore feiVM^|bs>^a ho believed the reason n'ae tUftt Q wa� giving simwrs. o. dwnSj^Jtft"''""'' pent. Ho furthev, depl deaths would follow f ihtHw meetings have cU* ;