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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I EXTRAORDINARY | WATCH VALUES Df) yon want a watch? Most everyone does. Ever-body needs one. Some people, however, don't feel like paying a large sum for one. They try, to get along by dei^ending on the public clocks and their friends for the time. Inconvenient, of course. I have a number of watches in stock that I wish to dispose of at bottom prices. All the leading makes. They are all first-class timekeepers, as I tpst nacli one myself before putting i( out. Theyare ix^sitivt'ly .so cheap that there is no further oxfnso for yom' going without a watch. ;W. J. Armstrong -JEWELER ENGRAVEB OPTICIAN. THE LEGISLATURE Beet Sugar Bonus linan-imously Favored CHANGES IN THE GAME LAWS notable (rum ii.s ex- several Important Measures Passed a! Edmonton. thTS Jargc iirolTKiu. Tlie I'Oivturc fi':oiit t!ic> liilt wns trcnv.^ niu.l.'Kt.v. II^^ hopivl Iho Dov-orftrrtoiit uoulrl later iakc. its ciio from the Plat5j souih i>! lliu Hiu'. aiv.l tiix l!io railwii.vs iu-cor.liiig to t'he bont'l'ts lO.vy enjoy. Xo roncorii ivi'eivoil tiioro from t!-.o ('.ovormiKMrl BIT 1 piii.l les.�: for it 'limn llie railways. Micliigviii tu.vcs on prop-srty yaluaticn, �u>d after a i-L'SOrt to the courts, in vvluoh t'hc railways of ^(uniary. t.>f to the .1,"5t In t'lK' o.��liiriatos which wore laid on i lie table by I he I'rpmiur yoster-�dny is an item provitliiiR S2."),00(1 fur Iho of doing iiroUmiirary work on V'"' ostabl'islvnicnt of n Oov-i'rnni.'^ii'l-owned tuloithono .Horvico in 'She Province of All�ptu. At tlw same t'lnie Atlorney-Oeivor-al Cross n.sko(l loa\e to introduce a bill to bo known as the Municipal Edmonton, May 3.-Tha Lcgi.slat-uro put through a lot of legislation in a very short time Wiis aft^ernoon. The Sledicine ITat hill ami the Loth-brids^e bill got t'hoir second rearlings and a lar;i'e niim'bcr oi lills c'f minor iinpomance wei-c ad\anci>d a stngx? in the eoniinittec of the whole. rr,inier Uutlicrfords lill to tax the railwoy.3 wa.s road a setond time, t'he heel sug-ar bill got a i-'e^-ond rea'dinff. and 'the till introduced by .Jolvn R. Doyle to repeal the jrulunl Xi-.suranco Ordinance, after ( on.sidvraMo d.scussion, was withdrawn. 'Ih-' riisolut'ion introduced by Mr. llrKinnoy calling to the attention of Mic Doiuinic-n Government that -there were halfiirccd claims which it was contendohoine Act, which proposes to Th^ro are obj.:'ctions urged that empower inunioiiKilities to go ii>to railwav taxation has a tetulency to ihe tclcph-onc busines.s. rotar.'l rnilroa'd that do.''s not ."^e in lll:iioi.�. ,)lc nient of Uw. other. It is clear that the (Jovemmono intends o-stahlishing'Anco lines IhroU'g'hout the Province of Alberta, ompowerin'g the Cnetral. Wi'di ? 1 ."i.i�mi.(iilO of annual eariiing''. |ia;..s more la.Nt-.s than tho C, P. U wiih S!.">0.iMni,uiiO o f annual niunicipali'ties to local lines earnin;,:f. rbes ia ('a)uula allO'^rther. au;! providing .for t'he burmonious JTo tlioua'ii the C. 1' H. filiould pay ,'working togeth"!- if the two s\s-nior'j in .Ml'.Tta ijum otiior roads, lems. owing lo till, fiu'i that it !i�-l re- 'I'he act provi.ks tiv.ii any cir.w coived gieiiUr favors frcm the gov- town or oi-'giai>izt. same circuni- ate a telephone sy.steni aiKl stance'; n.s tl.c (' 1'. H It pays the ^ t'lie business .in it'hc state ij>'\cti cc-ii'.'s If to t';i I carry on .same innniii-r as a i)rivale compan.v. The ac't |iro-vi\ inco, and that phone bu.sincss separate from any tliis ciiinni!--n.on, in placing t'hc valu-;c>iher municipal accounts, and ation on ihe I'aris not e.>;en"ipt .-�hould alwn>s kd is r-a'd- f'U' �li-.- I'ual rea.iin'g. Al, ' the telephoiK' rates are lo Le treatcvl same as ta.xes, and cO'llectalde in er seen t'he bill before .'Vpril Mb, nl-thoti^jih Ihe.v'were ivciuirixl lo ini in �tlie haiKls of llv.'> (iovernmenl. Ihree vveels before (be commiN.'init'r was gro.-to.l vvi'lii applause when he rose to explain t'hi> position of the (iovermueiTl. of the bills, be said, had ncl come in uiHil the mii'd.dle of the .'^..'ssion, aiKl tin! Ciovernmvnt Jinvl not Iviv.l time �to pivparo !i gK-iK'ral railway bili. . -Ml. Uutherford 'did not liiiiik 'tihat Ihe bills contained lu'oper powers, and advi.sod t'lvat they I.e �''thrown uverhoard" lor the session. I Mr. .McKenzie spoke strongly in favor of passing Hie bills. Then Atr. Afooro niovo;l t'hat the bill be refer-rod UiiA lo fh.e railvvay comjiiitloo. I 'I'l'.e At'lO'rne.\-tieneral BUpporli'd t-lio granting lA t'he cliarler.s wi'th simple puvvvr^ sullicieiit to i.wuble work to l;e can it.'d on until a general bill was pas.s'^^d. Many_^vtiter members joined in the 'dehale, bU't ..Mr. .Moore'.s niot'ion linallv caj'riitl. ,11)111 -1111 ri 111 II 111.' I..', ,UlK-'Klllier's cam.' iii.'.l 'i' 'd ilt.i.s- oi the 'whole in ' vesti'i-day. when the 11 I'lie pam.' ondi.n'anee eussii'ii. .\. Walker, Good stock of Farm Harness on hand; also a full line o f Trunks -and Valises in stock. We guarantee Good Quality and Good Work Horner & Hutchison jpnaaaDDDDDODDODaDooaa appoint a commissioTi to eiKpiire in-I to claims, was passed in spite , Oi the fact that the Premier said it ! was a nmtter vvlvich did not com.' unrier 'the jui-iS'dict ion of tho Provincial Government. I The Kdraonton hospital bill, the liquor licenss bill and the Cardston incorporation bill were reported by t'hs cormn'i'ttee of 'the whole, j The Premier m'a'd'3 a mo'lion, whioh , was seconded by the l-?adar cf t/'.ie Opposition, endorsing the invitation ext'P.'id'C'd b.v the Dominion Govern-men't to the Kinig aiid Quean 'to visi't ; t'he Dominion at I'Ito time of the in-QUguiation of the Que'bec 'bri'd'ge. 'i'he sugar beet bill and the raiil-way tax bill \yenl through their sec-! on-d rendi'ngs wi'lh the unanimous 'cons-mt of the Legislature.. J. W. i;y explainir.L; i'ii'' of t'he ameixl-m-n's i.hereio. 1 niii^iM it lo the at-teii't'iiii of Ihe lliiiLse !hal .\Mierta is soon lo have a d-jer ftire.S't t'lv.vl in exieivt ar.'d the variety of the L'ig garni'. tl\ will 'be secor.d to none I'll .'.'ar.',i..ia. exc-pt |ios--.ltrly Banlf. It is knevvu to all who are famiil-.iir wiih su'a mailers in Al't^fta, that praelir.ill.v iIk' las't t>f the elk, lill t'...:' c.-ii'liai iii.rih a't least, are Caixi- a i'liid in a biiiv.l variously esti-'m.ati'.l fi'iiu flirty to one himidrod, vvhiili is at presen't nmkin'g its stan.pinii- gr.jur.'ds in the lieuver IlilN, to Ihe lasri of I-I'.bnonton. in view of this cireiiui.vtanee. an amen.dnKnt was incorpora'ti. d in the 'pro\incial game laws '.lecl'aring t;his socliati a game preserve. The amendmen't au'licipates some-W'hat, ns 'the fence has no't yet boan built, but Air. Walker .'said that ho b^lievid tha't it woiikl t.e 'built be--Voveiivber, .and lie invited of lh'..- l.cgisl.ature to come up tlwre ne.vt fall and have n natural pa?k in ths west, and he uoukl try to show elk in its nat'ive work done promptly. STRAW FOR SALE EAKL KIRKHAM DRAYING i \''o"l'. member for Cardston, iol- AU kinds of Draying and Team ^^^^r. r,-emiicr, who introduced lh-3 bili, givng a very comprelwn.'iivo rovi'L-w of th.c situa'tion, with i-ogard lo the beot sugar indusitry. He pointed out that the one factory in Alberta,. tha-t at Kaymond, was pro-,luein;5 3,100,000 _ pounds annually, while the sugar refiiicry in Vancouver produced dO,000,000 pounds an-Inually.of which there was only a market for 11,000,000 in British C'o-liiinibia. It was the custom of the Vancouver refiin^ry to sell sugar che'aper where hhr-y came into com-pc'ti'tion than they divl ri'gilvt in \ia'n-jronver, showing lilitit "Hiere was an levidenit. intention 'to drive the Alber-'ta fnolory out of business. The Brit-I ish Columbia factories pn:d only 17 cents a day for its labor in t'he Fiji I I'l.iittations. wheiN as th? llaymoiKl ,faC'to-y paid !?1.150 io^$'2. Afr. .Sinim'on.s gave a liii'g'tii.y iiis-lor.v of the Ixvi sng-ar industry in llie Uiii'lC'd S'la'tes nn'd Camuln. S'howiii'g tihat tlw industry. wh'ii-Ji is growing enormously, ihad 'Iwn bon-u.'-od in ahnosl every S'la'te where i't vvas es;ai."lis-lied. aiKl in Ontario tho I ("lovei-nment (lai.d a boiiii'ty of half a cent a poini'd. p Thi^ {'onw-rvnti ve mem'ers sup-,ported 1'!n-' bill uiwl sjioke very fav-! oca'lie of it. I In introducing the raiiwa.v lax �bill, Sfr. nu't'hurfO'e.'l nvade .snme g'^>n-^rral remarks on the liuestion of raiiwa.v tn-xal ioin in O'i'h. r provinces and S'tnles of llw .ViiKTican Uii'ion. lie Horses will be piirch-asod for itho poi'itpfl out that 'in some pio\incr=; . )i. N. \\. At. I'olice at th'O foMo'W'ing i't wa.s the practice to tax only suc:i places on the dates named: I line.s ns had been 'bonused. On this AIAPLE CRERK, June 2nd, 1906. score there would bo no iniu.stico in 'J'l'h, lOOii. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. TREO HOPKINS, i^ FBOP.! Seed Potatoes For Sale Early Rose (Red), and Peeilerjs (White), in large or small qnanti-tier, at Sl.oO per ICO lb. Sac-ks.' f.o.b., Ma.i^rath. MARKER (& CO. 'lore next .the raeani>ers -� up tlw look at the .\n im|)oi(:ant bill of wide pu'blic mlir'sit w tis iiass.-.^ I'tg- ilvind readiiTg ill commlMi.'*.' of the wiioie House .ve.s't I i'asca on the south. the sitmo way. AIJ oflTicevs are o'.ecl-ed ami 'dismissed ''a't the pleasure of the council. Alunioipaliitios are given power to le^-j' special assess- p^.tionts. The annual moeti'iig of the Hos>,Ml-a! Ladies' Ai'd was hekd at the resi-tlenC'.' of Mrs. (ieo. Rogers Saturday ni'g'Ii't. The iadies fiiKl that Ihey require ftbotit SI.'jO a month to pro-vi'do the necessary comforts for the M.\aR.\TH R. N. W. M. POLICE CALGAltV, June inaPL.niVElt, June 5th, 190G. Al/VCLEOD, June Gth. 1906. PliVCHKlt CUKKK, Jun'2. 1906. CARDSTON, June Sth, 1906. D.'scription of horses requir'O.l: (ioWin'gp, height for saiidlo, hnntls to tS.lii. For harness, 15.2 to 16. Ages, 4 to 6 .years. OoVovs-Any 7'tih, 155 meat for the purpose of establiS'h'ing a 'telophone system, �a'ad are empowered 'to borrow, over and aibov'e all other borrowmg powers, a sum not exceeding otie-hal'f of th'O 'total revenue of tha system for the previous year. Clause 26 is tlie impoiitant clause of t'he bill. Tt provides: "Kvcry municipaHty owning or op-eraling an.v telephone sy.>3tcm shall 'have power to enter, by 'liy-law, in-to any ae'reeni.'Jnit wi'th any person, company or municipalit.v, or with ilje Government of AUwrtn providing for the erection, es'ta'b'lishmeii't and ma ntenance of a telophoii'O s.vstem, and for connection, iiyter-commumca-tion, jbint o|>era't'lon, reciprocal use, or transmission 'of bu.sincss -as bo-twiH'n an.v ti-lei'hone s.vstems owntxl by "be resjX'clive partl'es, aivd for such pa.vm.-nt or'tion, or such ot'h'.-^'r financial edjti.S''.meiit i;c-'IvvivMi the r.'siier'ivo parlies as ma.v te necessar.v cr a-dvisal.'le for tlve pur|ioses of sai'd agreement." ( It would be '(liHiciill to frame a more sweeping ciaiisv, as i,y 't.his mimlclpalil'ies _ are given absolu'te power lo frame any kind of a deail , they choose with any ,con>.'l ruction compan.v for liie er.'cton of a 'telc-I'hoiie s.vs-ieiii, for loni.g-.'Vistanc! si-rv ie,-. I The act praclicaliy brings 'Inlo ei-lecl tils' m.ichiiK'rv for 'the est''ii't of municipal uikI governni-.Mi'l - , ownr-,1 'tel'ephor.e ll'ivr'S 'tlirougihoirl t'lve province of .VMierta. T'be whole Do-jm niiin of Cana'd'ti U'r.'d ever.v .S'lat in the -Vinei'ican t nion wiill watch vvil'li inloi-ewl Ihe working out of the svs'teni in .Mberta, to asoei'lain if governiiK-i>t owricf-ship nlToivIs re i f from t'he telei>hoiiie monopol.V. I Puring the pas't year they have not received the assistance from outside points. For in.stance.^ it has been cust'jinary for t'he td only reaiizi-d ?1S1. 'I"he ball can never bring in much revoa-ue, as Ah; Iredl is 'too snitrll to accommodate many people. 'J'iio'ladies feel they mu.yl work aloaig new lines if the.v are lo be I'he Ivelp t'hey should be to the hospl'tal. The .-Ml will f>ioii>aibly canvas the whole 'lovvii and ask ever.v wcputy ;M'i'nis'tei Mr. Silocks, to the minister, in whioh he erlIo to cur- ' insi>cction. in the spring time. Conimisslonar. ir'^ t#Wi CIGARS THREE FOR 35c MAUOrERTTE LAP EL PRESIDENT LAFORTI'NA PHAHOAH SEE OVR PINE LINE OF � Canes. PUyinf Cards, Dice, Poker Chips, Snurf. Fine Cut < I CKcwing, Bri|t�h Consul Smolting, Craven Mixture. Try a Smoke of GALLAHER'S Mixture Tobacco. I Wallace Ol Hosehon I ;