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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta It capital debate roe BMel JWiiwioii FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOmMOOAflON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC X EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY |LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I Hon. Mr. Gushing Fought Hard For Calgary NOORE~FOR RED DEER WKh J. T. But Edmonton Won Ease. Out 1 STANDARD : Lumber Co'y A pull STOCK OF Rough and Dressed Lumber:  Prompt abipments made to any part of Alberta * lOOmonlon, A|)ril 2u.-The caprtal (\wMion ��inc lip this nftcrnoon upon n straight motion hy Ifon. W. If. Ciislviiig to i-oiiiove the eapitol. to Calgary. Jlc profncwl 4i4� motion by annomicins tlint lihe action was not takon t'liroiigli any ill-wHl to Bld-imontMi. o( which he had the hri^o�t ;OiJimoii, bosiilos much gratHifde for i the hospitnlily of lOctntonton pcoplo. Ho bolipvt^d ihoro �a.s lit'tlc nnimos-, i(y f)Ctwoc-n Calg�ry anrl E'.lmonton other than Itrgiiimnt* anJ proisp-I worthy rivalry. lie 'bolievcHl that ; that the majority ot 'the electors I preferred Ca'Igiary. It was in Cal-ig�ry thatt the autonomy idea -was ; born. Then the people, as now, be- jlieved that Calgary was the Uor the provincial capital. place election, and.i'l was clucidwl to lottvc M to hiin. Ho had conw to iivi conclusion to support tOrtnioDton. May-fce thoro was Roitjothing sein.sh .Jn it, but that is no business of. yours. l!�mont(>n wa.s now � 'bettor commercial city than t'nlg�ry. Edmonton, he sai'd, wouUi be the grcatcxt city in the^ Northwest, lie loW of 'the railways running jtito Edmonton, and saiit that he know oi no roadx fretting into Cafgary. lie iM not helicvc that the vote cast in the Inst, elcptiion was a fair ostinmto More - people were coming into thfl north thAD 'tiRc .soirlh. Mr. Simmons, of Lelhl>ri�tgo, supported Calgary, t'hough ho maiotain-cil that th� pcopk- were moTO anxious to have the qucst-ion s.-'tllc*! than in tJio fimil .-wliviion. The ycrte was then taken and rc-.iultc'i n.s follows; For- Calgary-dishing. Stuart. Mooro, Wolfe, SiTniiio-ns. ^o^ertson, lliebort and MacKonzic-8. For 1;^tltnontoii^11utherford, Cross, Finlay, . iWle, Walker. McCauloy, nonenroll, Siaipso.i^ rufTor. Maroel-lus, McPhcrnon, McKinney. TeHford, Brick, Bredin, MacLeod-KV The speaker touM not vote. When vote was announced the lar|2� avdiencw. rose up aod roared tax on railways Proposed by the Premier of Alberta TO BE A STMCT RAILWAY UW Important Action Taken at Ed* niORton. Ednwnton, ^April 27.-Premiicr llutherford 'toda,v introduced a bill ta.xins railways, He proposes to levy one per cent, of tlic 800 miles of uncxeini�ted railway in 'the province at n Vttluati'on of 'twenty tihous-and per ntHo. This includes t'hc Crow's Nest Pass Railway, Cakgary at�d fcMmotiton, and Canadian Northern. ) cTcTgoSToToToToToToToIorQlo^'Tolo:^^ )rrrrrrrrrrr r iEASdNABLE GOODS still:have full lines of tjie followiiifr, All Fresh: pen and Blootera, Boneless Codtish, Salt Herring, __Mackerel, Lobsters, Shrimps and Clams, Salmon, Sardines, Ovsters, Clam Juice and Chowder, Fresh and Kippered Herrings, Deviled Cralis on Shell Fresh EgSTs 20e per Do/.. Try a Paekngp of Norka the Nt>w Bro.ikius Food. Iherlock, freeman & CO I lixTllAORMNARY WATCH VALUES Do you want a wak-h? Most everyone does. Everybody needs one. Some people, however, idon't feel like paying a large 'sum for one. They try to get .e a miillion settlers in the south. 'The southern country, with ^irrigation canals, mines and the bcot sugar ! is ry, lent itself, to a dense populjli >'i. By a map he showed that Calory is as far distant from 'Edmonton as Lesser Sla\-e Lake and letltbridge, ns far as Fort lIcMurray. He reaxl the offer of lied Peer offering odo hundred acres of land and all the stone for legislati\-� buildings. He K BAN'S Syfppsls or Canadian NorthWcst. r NOMESTEAO REOUUTIONS. AMT cTCD aiimbcreil afciloa p ^ L�94c Klven til lila Commtaaloucr ot Uomlnlun haudv ai OtiMra of Intention to apply for patent. w. w. ooav. Deputy ot Ibe Hlniater of the Interior. -POR- mgh-Class Confectionerjf Boyd's - Candy I.S Delicious All tfcc FrethcM Pruittonthc^liarket Ice Cream and loe Cream Soda a Specialty. Try a Chocolate Sundae J. W. Kean &Co Opposite P.O. 'Phone 98 ; Calgary has been in the past, and , �t� applause. is now, and in the future is likely to ! Mr.. Moorc. ^ovi'Hg for Rod be. the U.t alone on ; .'Jtont!, cfiiient nwl lime would be twwty thousand dollars. Ca^gJary offciv;! a site for t'lie buildi'ng, Hon. C, \V. Cross replj�l, regrot't-ing iho iiocessi'ty of o|>posi'i>g thol  nii'ivislcr of public works, lull joined in rojiiici'ttg at llie progress of Calgary. He spoke of Ddinonton's long' land i�>torest'ing Ivis-tory, l.ejinning in 1770, when 'it was more important 'than Toroi�(o. I'j.lnioi>ton Imis been disappoiivtfd because the C. p. B. liK'rttcd sc'ivlh, .tikI again when tihe C. it I'":, railway rouiained outside the ,i-ity bouii'dary, hxtt had shown faith ;l>y fi'R'lHing on. The 1". P. R. had I ii;:\er done much to help Edmonton, i'hut lvatr�n, and offered e of 'three sites, aduiiil'tod that Calgar}' was j:nore ;iinportant in sort�e i'espects, but Ifiuotert sta/tist'ics to .show EMmon-ton's geographical advantages. He also iva'd fi-oin the threshers' rotitfns showing 'that a majority of the ! Ivhre&hcrs livtxl north. He maintaln-fd that tlie iiopulation of Alberta north of Red l>ocr exceeded the south. I by ten thousand. He aOtemptoil to ; explain the vote 'in the recent dcc-i lion by the fact that *he vote 'in the north was not well lirouglvt out, and concliidod by arguing that as all jcapi'tals of other pto%'i'nces 'in Cam-ada were near the boundary Hne, tlvii'l of AHjerta .should be far from the line to rfiow the wonilerful area of t'he country. , Mr. Stunrf, monnl/or for OUsichcn, I rei"cri\- placiivg the capital at an inconvenient point, while at 'the sanx! time argui'wg for Bdinoitton Ijecaiise it had 'been the Hud.son Bay Co.'s capi'tal,' a monarchy worse than the C^ P. !{., which had done ten times more to retard .sot'tlemeut in tlie toimtry than tiie C. V. 11. had tore-lard or advance it. 'He was cvposad lo the principle of geographical arrangement. The province consists not of soil, land, mines, bwt of men and woaien, and in them Cm\f^ry was not wanting ing ivferred back 'to tl>e iUvbridge,' westerly to th.^ B. C. line, northwesterly to Calsfary, and from Mac-Icod a branch to intersoet wi'th the Leth.bridge-Cal'gnry lino. Tl'.o bill had been reported by the i'ailua>' commtttee, and apimrontly all was plain saMing. Mr. McKen7,ic was in charge. When clause KJ, giv- closed with a delightful description ; . of Bed .Deer. " Mr. Stuart inforrood the House that he had seconded the motion on the >mderstanding that hie vote as he ploaseil. lie wouhl 'accept the privilege and could not support Red Beer. Mr. Moore then wMhdrew his motion. Mr. Hiehort proposed Banlt. but could not get a seconder. Rosonroll out ot courtesy agreed to .second his motion, hilt Mr. Hiebeit withdrew bis motion. The Premier closed by congratulating t^ House on the mild dolxutc. ing '.he rcule was reached, thy Min- ats -For Sale Glazing Graining W. M. BARBBH Painter and Decorator , Carriiige Painting a sijecinlty J Kaleoniining PaperhanKing jfe' can" ilU^any ; order \feir the Teif,bei^,cleaned Oata ever tjfferetl 'H $20,00 .per ton, uacked {. o, b.. 'Hi^ River. Please send in your 'oidvrs atphee to Higli th^ Etovotor ad L�iii|tr Co., LM. High River, Alt*. Mooaejaw ^oard of Trade is ask-lat OU^.OCM) for � pubUeily bureau. George Beverley Real Eatalc. Rcating. Loans, In-auraact and invaalments ; I can sell your land no matter where locateil. Special representative, National Co-operative Realty Co.C hicago J" AUCTIONEER , Cries-Merchandise, Farm amt' 8t4X-!c Salrs view of the Rocky Mountains, could � !"ot be surpassed. Mr. Boyle. nKimber for StiirgepOi replied, argoiing that more than half of the people were north of t>he Red Doer I'ino. He predicted a rapid de-velopmcHt of the nortellev0d li'is qonsii'tiicrtls want'Od Bdmonton. Mr. Hohorlson, of Htgh River, fav-oro'l Cnlgary because of its sitita-tion ill the centre of population aa well a.h shown by 'the vole, a'nd t4�ere nuul'd he no 'tpies'tion but I4kftt it woui'd con'tinuo lo Ik* ceiVlraf. It was now a great agricuMiirrtl, ai�d would be a manufacturing'centre. Calgary was the oewtre of commerce in clo.'w toiieh with lal^^e commercial cent res. Tlio scener,y siirroundiing Calgary .far excoedn in beauty that about tldmonton, Cnlgury was par e.\celleiK:fi the hes't |>art 61 ikrn rloh-e.sl 'diKtri(;t of the test province in' tlio IMrninion, Mr.  Finlay,. mennber for Medicine Hat, .sai'd he came iinptodgwl as the MB. DOWNER AT MAPLE CREEK. TABER ALBERTA The town of Itoseland 'has honored tho inemtM-y of "Ffit^hor Pat," tba honored olergynmn who livc room� teing botli �iJH|)e and en suite witii private parlors attached. Baitlirooms aod water closets will be aiMed, and a comr plete aeptlr, tuUc system of sewerage in9talI�Ki. The eatire building will be boated wit4i steam and o�.hhe iieoplo of Maple Creek ^ould feel prouil of this insifitution fceing loeatMl in their midst, and they should also bear in miwi that a creditable hotel is one ot the best advertising mediums thai a town can have. The enterprise of Mr. Downer is deserving ot the appreciation of his fellow citizens, �nd that 'appreciation, we are sure,, will not Vjo with-beM.- -� - ^......-o--r- IT IS D.iNOEROi;S TO N>ECLECT A OOLB. How often do we bear it remarked "It's only a cold," and a few da.vs later loam that �the man is on his back with pneumonia. 'Phis is of .�such conunon oecurrenfo tlwt a cold, however slijfht, should not bo disregarded- Cbiantbertoin's 0ottgh Remedy connteraots any tetuksncy of a cold to reRuH in pneumonia, and has gained its great popularity and extensive sa'e by its prompt cures of thiH.moi�t. common ailment. ,It. al-t\�B.VA cures and is pleasant to take. I'orNale by all drug'g'ivts. Andrew Carnegie has donated I.^O,-OQO to VietorlA Methodist College, Toronto, for a library. The 'board nf giovernors aroeptod the offer and wi'il provide another ffiO.OOO for its mointenanco. i.i^ter of Public Works rose to remark that the railway charters Ijeforo the ' n ilouso wore asking for swcepit�g fxiw-crs, atid while doing so it was proposed that these charters .^hoirid later, come undtr a general act to be passed 'by 'the province. As ho saw it, this was an untenable position. If the companies given certain rights now, it would bo very hard to take those righls away by a general oct eigihf. months from now. The particular bill in point, asko.l thret? years in which to commence building, and he did not see that any groat hai�lship would te incurred 'by holding the 'bill over for a Xcw month!!. Ho had not previously paitl much attention to the railway bills and the Vermilion and Cold Lake Railway bill had slipped along without his having .noticotl what effect it might have on tlio f^:neral legislation. Since then, however, he had ticen looking into tlie matter, and he had had the Beputy Minister of Public Wurks prepare him a report of nil tile biJis which ho had read to the House. The report intimated that tlie bills wore, in most cases, asking for more e.Kpensive, powers than it w.dmonton, April 25.-Owing to the W^alker banquet at �hc Fort last night, yesterday's session of the legislature was short, and there was no night scs.9ion at all, conscqucmt-ly not a great deal of 'business Was done. The principal features on the k^islative programme were the bill to tirait the right to dispose of land, and a group ot railway bills. At tl�e r.vilway comn>ittee in the 'Oftornoon, previous to the sitting of the House, a resolution was adopted advising, or reconunotxling, to the House that certain rules lie followed in the giving ot railway charters, up tmtil such time as the Qovernment brings in a general railway act,, which will prol-.ably l;o at the next session of the legislature. T*!^ recnmmendaticns iivdicate more clearly than anything that has heretofore come before the Hiouso that there is to lie no monopoly in Alberta, and t'liey I the HouH.', ulmoitl wilhotit delm'te, ' rcn>.is its follows: ! TTo Tho llailwny Connnilftie- | , Oeiitlcmon,-Your sul>comtiiiltoc; appowit.etl to considrt that 1 liey 'have giivon the i matters referrwl to them some care, and woul"! re-spectfully make the fol-1 lowing recommendations: ! 1. The plncc from which and the place to which the main line of tl^o pro|Hisod rai'lw^a,v is to Ikj built Khoitld lie specified in tihe act of oor[K>mtion. 2. Tho power to build branch linos sh�)uld bo limited to lines of-a eor-taih length which \mo leave to the commit tod of proposed branches subject to the i'i'ght of variation there-'hom at the discrct'ion of the Lieii-tennnt-Govornor, and 'that the right to build l>o liini'twl to the linos shown on each map. 4. The charter granleil should lapse at 'the end of two years ui>less l."> per vont. of the capital ."^tockof the company shall have been exjiondefl in actual conS'truet ion by tho end of j that iKjr'iod. 5. With respect to the q^ieslioii of a tkjposit. your committee would point out that if the rules of the Territorial Assembly hns lor their own use only. 7. Your committee would also suggest for your consideration, that the location of town sites should be subject to tho \ ocation ot Lieutenant-Governor-in-Council, ond that when vhose town sites are oxprcsiriatod. one-third of the land therein should pass to the province, to be held in trust tor the municijiairty. 8. Your couimittee furMier recommend that all comi)anie8 incorporat-o'd al this session should be made subject to the railway act which may thereafter be passed. 0. Your conunittee also recommend that in all tho acts of incorporation lausa should bo inserttti giving the province the right at any time lo expropriate the property of the company at valuation. All of which is respectfully subtuR-totl. In considering tiic tha4>a.sca aiwl the All>erta | Oil, Coal and Wheat Railway Company, with, a few minor exceptions, , t'hoso bills were in conformity with the rccomnr�ondations and will probably go through as soon as the capital question has Ijeen cleaivxl oflf the slate and the llotisc gets down to the regular business again. C. A. Stuart, in moving the .second reading dk Bill No. .57, a bill to limit the righ^t of disposing of property, called the attention of tho Hou.'se to the fact that as tho law now stooil it wos'possible for a man to will away all his proirerty and leave his tvife penniless. Ho said he had noted several cases in the ri.'".'"nt VHist where women had been loft i cn-niless by tho will of the deceased husband. The law, he ih i'lght, should be .such ns to make it :.:ir> sible for a man to ideprive hi.'i wife of all right in the property. The bill, of course, .vo.iid i _ ; \>-ply to coses where a husba iJ l..s intestate. In that ca.so all v.* ,' goes to the wife, as the Doui" ;.i i act provides that landed pro -..'�v i o considorod as i^rsonal property. The limit placed was 912,000. Mr, RosenrolI endorsed the bill, on consideration that an amendment be added to tha effect that a wife who hati ceased to live with her husband shoultl have no rights. Mr. To Word cndorsod the bill. Mr. Robertson endorsed tho bill, with the addition sugffe.^ted by Mr: Rosonroll, but believed that tho limit of 912,000 was altogether too low. ' ' � ' � * Mr Mackenzie agreed with tho member for High River. ~ ^ ,: ,. VJ. 1{. Boyle said tliat while ?,^ecn-dV^rHl the principle r* the Wllf ho" r�N|pgniized 'that it ran up agaiasL a gi�at ^many lgal principles already pstabli.sfierl in tho land act and otli-er acts. lie .thought 'that tliere should a provision to the effect that tho husband or wife sirould haye the right, to leav�. property in trust,- so that in cast*^ the party making the will 'di? crlfgn's , colic; Oholera-'oiwl .Diayr-hoea Remedy. Tlie' most emimpt ph.vsioian can not prescribe a hoti*~" preparation for colic �hd diarili botii for children and adults. T uniform siicccss of this rcmo:ly hai shown It to be fiaiporior to all oth-practically sound ,'crs. It never fails, and when reduced Building Material Wt can upply yM witk Sashes ud Door8|Wia4ow aad Doar Fraaw� Office. Baak aad Hoase Fitllaf�. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INGS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lumlier on hand Quotations promptly given on npi-iication CRANBROOK Sash & Door Factory CRANBROOK, B C. We Can't Do It F'or what some others . do.your w,ork.J9r ..-.^^ IP we jcan Wl Rii^ti^r, w||^ich|[B more im-Iiortant to yoii, as the life of your ? Shirts. Collars. Cuffi is lengthened by our pi-o- % cess of laundering tliem. Neclr ybisr^ ^ | Phanl^ with water and swcctenoa, is plea^-ant'to take- Every family should bo l^he report, which was adopted y^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^u�r, Sir William P. Howlatid unik'rwen? ^cessfully an oporaUoii at Toront�2 ' appendicHis. The feature of  th* tion is that he is Ofl j'�ars o^' probably the i oWoat fierson over* ted upAn for appeodieitis. k ;