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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta  i Extraordinary watch values Do yon want a wnteh? Most everyone docs. Ever-body needs one. Some jx'ople, however, don't feel like paying u large sum for one. They try loget along by depending on the public clofks and their friends for tho time. Inconvenient, of course. I have n number of watches in stock thnt I wish to dispose of nt bottom prices. All the leading makes. They are all first.class timekeepers, as 1 teat each one myself before putting il out. They are positively so cheap that there is no further ext-tim-for your goin^ without u watch W. J. Armstrong! vtewfxer engraves * optician  KOOTENAY THE LEGISLATURE Beet Sugar Bonus Unanimously Favored CHANGES IN THE GAME LAWS several Important Measures Pass* ed al Edmonton. this large, problem, foivtnri- n' out the liill trein.1 'Plie notable HUM its ex- Horn Hh? uawi of Jniiiinry. of August tn the 1st Kdmotiton, May. 'A -Tho Legislature put through a lot of legislation in n very short time this iift-emorm. Tho Medicine Hnt lull nml tho t.eth-bridite bill fiol their wriiiiil reiidinigs and it lar^o nuuv'.-er of 1 ills i'i minor important ' wore ndiatired u slusro in tho tommi'. tec of tlu- whole rr.micr for i s ) ill to t.i\ il>.* rti.iwu/i was r. nil n scion.I tmii'. '-he hoot siunr till got a *� end r-n diiiir. and the 1 ill mtrodue .1 by John I! Iloydo to top. al tlu Mutii.il It-iirnnco ordinance, niter i o'im'.L rnl io d.si ttssion. was withdrawn Ih r. solution inlri. Juivd by Mi M'l\in:ioy calling to the at-tonticn of tin? lioinilii'n Uovoiiimeiit that tin to were half: i\ed claims wh.rh it was contended had not I von Miti.�ii d. nnd nskii.g tho ruin in ion mo.lossy. IK' hopod tho (lov-jerflmont would Inter take its rue from the Whiles south of Hie lino, niv.l tn\ iho railways according to tho honoris t-h.-y enjoy. No concern received tnoiv from tho .l aftor n ivsorl to tho coi-rt'-, in winch the. railwuys wrc do i cated, has now ST,000,000 t.) its cr:.i;t en th.s account. aio objections urgoil tliat taxal.on Jins a tendency to imlrorv.l s not '-.oi-in to have boon tho lll'iiois, ut. -n tho Illinois In t>lntiier C I' K .-houKI pay : an .i h'T ni.tils foo; ihi. 1 il l-a I ro f i\.'r. iii/.\l triil may establish, Ihu inoiiii ihe two ^ id,it any cif\ , ini|ro\enionl ilis-ii�n ami opi-r-n telopliouv sysoin and carry on tnisinoss in ithe sau�' inaniii r as the the ro- n private company I'lio act pi MARBLE WORKS -aiiio cil'tiiin- atln?nc business- soparnto from any other municipal accounts, atul only in the iu�t' of a si,i>tiim s-hall moneys le taken from the t-d-phono ac loimt tir�l |ilac si to public reivini.v 'Ml tol'phoiH' rates me to le tc.atol 'the >ain>' us taxes, ami co-lleetnl.le m I Shacklctnn Simpson �V i Moiiulncturers of .Marble ami (iranitc monuments Wholesale ami Wetail : NELSON,B.C.  B.r.MOORK.Local A�t nnnmaDnDDaaDOaaaDDQoa SADDLES Astride and Stock 1 SINGLE - HARNESS (iootl stork of Kami Hur-ness on haial; also a full lin HOHl\INS. ^ I'BOP. Seed Potatoes For Sale l'3arly Host-1Red), mnl Poorli-.s (Whitf), in l�rp'or small ijtiaiiti- tiiT, at 1*1 ">n |mt f.o.b.. Ma^raili. IK) ll�. Sa.-ks npfioiut a commission to nKpnr-' in to those ciniius, was (iussi.l ia spro iJt the fui't that the rr.in.er said it �u� n mutter wltii.li d.J not coin' un ku the jurisdiction of the pro i"incijI Ucvernaient The K.linoiKon iiosp.tal hill. th�j !ir >�>. it t :i I readings with the un millions tti, . that at lin;. inoiid. wnspro-Sii'ii.^ Il.loii.imo pounds annually . nhile t'..' Mi�.ir leliiieiy in Vmir.iir.-  r pioduci! ."lO.OoO.Oio pouiwls an tiu.il'v, of wiiuh tliorc was cnly a market for llt'"0.n,iO ,r. Hri'islil'.. liui/oii It was t!.4- i'li-itcilu of ih Vanrouver reiin.T.v to ."!! *-u,ar cheaper wli.-ro th y cuue into ooni-|it �m than thy 'III ii^Jit in \'an lusiry in s an-d Canada,  lustrv. ivhii-h is 4iod I "-a I on- er soen I'he bill before April Mh, al-thoyjj'h I hey'were ivipiirod to lit in �llw haods o( I ha (loverniiient. Iliiv'e vivel.m before the coiiiineiiceinenl nt the NOHsion, 'I'liece wore very sweep-il>({ powers grAlili'd, nml once pnsf�>d these coul I not at'l-rwnrds 1�> limit ed. Most of the ihailet'h asUed for three years I eforo Iho coliiin neo nvont of const met ion, thus I hern soonio.l to le no ivason for rushing tlii' legislnt ion, nml in view of who! it involied. he thou via Hint tho House should ifo very slow in lino nwttcr. Mr Simmons said t'hnt he hail tv-reiii-sl inst runt ions from a large l.oly of business men of his constituency to oppose any railway bill not hav ing it clauso io prov >le for a (;ti-ar-anSv* of construction in a certain length of time nml ho would opposo those bibs i u t lin I gi oiu .1 'I'he I'lvini-er w :>s i;i'i>.t...| with applause when he rose to evplnin tho position of the (!o\ernnti'ii-t . Most of iho bill>, bo said, had ni -l ooino ill uotil the miO.Ui- ol the sossion, and the (ioiormin'iit had not had litno to pn-paio a p-n-orul rail way bill. Mi Ibithorf.ird di'.l not think that the Hi'ls coutaine\l proper powers, and ii'lvis.-d that I hoy le 'thrown uvel'iinill il" lor the ses.-nioil. .Mr .M'Keii/io spoke strongly tn filMir ol p.e-sini! the I ills Then Mr. Moore moved that the bill bo refer-el I iu'k to fh" railway commit tiv. Tie Attorney -(.eneral suppoi't-il the i!l'iiul big i'. the cliarters with si"iple port 'i^ siillicieiit to fumble work to ! eai'ti�d on until a ^{1>n''',' bill was pass'.I. Many other iiiem-l.ors joined in the ilol-nle, |,ul Ml Moo'-.- s motion linaily > arri \ - in e,'' and was by Mr Simpson ilnnis s elnvt Will t e to prevent �> d.-alors fi .mi s |] burl a ut lion' y an I t h.-n ile-ooiiiiuis-�..ii Cas.s iiavo oi in. ii \ i r; ally i unseat -�ir la:; I w ith sevedil linliiidiial dealers who lia\e. after a �al. hos '�.-.-ii made i \ , ne of their ouin'.i '�u ..i lor . oiiimlesion. cans iii^: Ir.or.i,- .ml . \p"iis even when th.- l.ii.l -hark-, lo-i ilio.r i use and ofti n tbiitni: the owi.- i int.. paying ' pea e money" to sa\o lit t^ataoli 11 v the pl.iVlSIOIIS i-.l the till Wilt ton and sidled aibiioii'.y mult le given by th- owd.i 1 1..i. tho sulo i .in t>e mad- and lefoie iiiain.rs.cn ran be .,,|l.'l,�.| '.\ i lie real e-late a^en.' \ Rome Builders City or Country | ,t Alfalfa Kami, loo,| Wheal I,amis lililititoS. a snap at .SI HH) a* \il- IA of I he II. h. I.I al I he resi-lloc.'i-s Saturday Wo have jnst rot'oivod a liirgi' shipment of liiiNvn Hose. WiM-an till your rccjuiriMiiontB in Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. Your lawn and Irons need water, and carrying water is a hard and alow job. Let no book your orders, atul _\uii are sure of the Beat Material and Prices HicK &t Wahely The Leading '1'iiitn-rs. I'liiiiibon. Steam and Hut Water l'i lt.ru 'I'.-liphoiie I Mi. ^iv-power to levy a_ special aw ess aiK'it Ih- ry important Lie- Lane- ael . lie i 'iiu-.e I,e insert -'he K'l'o-' laws. '... .'11,. Inifliifo .. i apply t o thj . ",".tli l.iti'iide, ..' l..mn-!"l the Aleita on the a on lb.- south a. i !i  I'nit d S: show in,' 'hat th-Urowiii'^ emu iiiou-l harker -scription of h. ri,� required tioWin^K, In-ii;hl for sa'.l-llo, hands lo 1 '> 'i; For hai r.o-s, l.*> 2 to It. Ages. ! to 0 years. f'olors-Any sound color ex grays �nd hucKskin. Ilorsns must lo pcrfuetly kouivI and havn ko"J ffot, short, strong barks, and plenty of bony and L� well I rok cn. Buck jumpeis and vicious aniinuls will not be nttept-od. SaiMlo horses must i.e riddrn at>d 'harness horKiB rouat be driven tfor ' inspection. a uowen PEnnv; Comiaissionar. rt'h, Pt iilir.iis; e\,rs Slate wh--r,. rt es. a I sli.-d. nird in llolioio the Turnout paid a I unify of half a n pound 1 ..ns, r\at i\o ni-ui .-i in ud: r proiiiii'o-s an I Slat. - of I he A in. i'.. an I n.on II poinKd out that in some pro\inoo-,t "as tlie praotire to tax only siir'i lines as had been I ..iiused. On tin . score there Mould bo no injustice in l a xinff exist in^ lines in the province The piovin'T lioprd to realize 1 .-ti. e.n ts|."i0,(i0i'l a:ii done in older stales, he podded out that the State of Illinois, had collected from th? lllino's Central ah iv since 18r.."> tlie total of $'J'J,0i.(i,O('0, ard last v.-iir colioetoil no less than $l,Oi 0.-bfio from this one rond 'la.' (liivernnvnt of AKeria, of (liiir.o, �nulr| have to use discn lion iivlli regard tn rotoni/ation roads or road:, that had not been 1-onusol. Air Mi ICenzie, of Macloodi b.-ikI that rt gave him great plensuro to note that the llous-i! ut its first session had decided to grapple with "i. � l-.i'.lle Whiell i | lillllli-lll whs a �i .M i  *.' i it)- ainoi^ lineal out o, n- d.-riible ar t l.e proi is.on lining Willi -pi in;.; -.hunt ii.-g W.iPer look tile gl-i.111,,1 ihut hoiil.l l.o allowable to .shoo: duck- ii, the spring t iiiio, ami (hat the agi'i ution to h-uw spr.ng shoot-ini; oi v, at -r fowl pro!ii';-i; -i arose with tin- nun i lui.s oi the .oiintry. and wie in l a init'ttir tbiil would bo \() over ar.d a'-ove all other Ijorrow-ing powers, a sum not exceeding ono-half of 1Ih> -total revenue of the system for the previous year. Clause 'Jii is t|>e important clans' of t'ln> bill It provides; "live.-y nuiiiicipality owning or operating any telepoone system shall have power io . ii'.-r. I y by-law. into any airi-. em-irt with any person, loinr-any or municipality, or with >h,e flovermn.-iit i,f AllM-rta proi i.ling or th.- or,-, i.i.n. i siabli.sliiiieirt and a.i tit.-naiii" oi a telephone system, 'and for unmeet inn, urtoi'-coinniumeu-tion, /oiiit o|s'i'at .on, i.'ciprocul u--. or t i'aiisinis .mil oi liiisii.e-s -as \�-iiieT any t l.-ph.-ne sis'iins nwii.-i ly  h  re-|Ns in., p.o't os, ai.-.l for sin Ii pay in nt or eiinpon-at Ion. or Mich ol! -r lin. ii .-, ;i| t.� Ijiis. in.-Ill I e-t\'..--n t!-..- r 'i... parlies as m.iy U- n.-e.-s-ary u nlii-ath' for i Ih-purposes of said agi'.^'iii-'ii' �" It v. mild . .� o-m n1 "i of ( .ma la nisi every Siai  | ill the Niiiei'.can I mi>ii will wateh I �i'iill iiiii"-o-i ih,. working out of the syst.'iu in \IU-ri,i, lo ascTlain if loiicriiiii.*i>t iiwih-r-lii|i alioivls i.-: �.-i" from t-he tilophoiv nn nopnly The. six bibs ior railway charter, now l/ofore liw I .egislat uis-. eauii wii-hm a short dihtanca of U-ing hoistis-l until the next session, when the Minister of I'uldic Works read a lengthy report by Ivputy Minister Mr StrM'ks, to the minister, in which he doprecn'lod t'he passing of .such bills wilh iiiv.Iuo haUe The -discussion nro*.e ov.-r a bill to incorpora'te the AlU'lt'ft Southern ltailwav, uo.k'r eoiisideralion in cf.m-milt.v of the whole. Mr dishing said '(hat ili-c (!o\eiiiiuoiil proposed introduce general railway legislu pi �ints paid i tar assist ance For in-tance, they have not in in outside it has 1 eon rust unary for ihe tijwn. of H.iy-aiiiol, Stirliu,; and Nhigrath to send i hen- fiiiil riljiil ions t o t he I .ml es' ,\�d Last year thy -out it to the lloa'l I In-ii ill" miners have always gili'll lol'y gel.elnU- ll'i-lp. but ewini; to the strike i In y failed to con! i ititite I no hi.'�,.itiil I,all lias al-w ay - Invii a soiuee from whieli tile lad. - ivieii.sl large In lp l.nt the lu-t I,all, while leiug a most .-1>ni\--aide Hint t ion, was bin p.n rl;, W lendil. nod only rtanz-d trl-SI The iial! can in-it-r brii.g in much reven-i.", a- flV; ball is too small lo in-. oiiiinoda'" many p-ople The ladies l.ol Mi-y miis.! work along n.-w lines li III"' al" .o lo l-h" help t b-'.l should I . to i!io ho-p tal I'll' Ni I Will ptt>. uMy cniiia.- the wind' 'own an I a-'-* ."or. woiiiau lo io.n tlu-So-l ie! y . uiak.n^ III.- Ill In! er-lllp fej I Th' I'i -.1 nt thank.>.l th" min'eis who haio win I.ed so : n 11 lil'u I ly , par-: a-ulai'l.i 'lie leiy.r-, NI is .Nbll.-th m antk.-uti'kkks. k ^ HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS and i>k.\li:i:s in TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. HI SI  ?nPDDanDOQaaaaDrjoo M71L ?????????????ncianGD AN OLD TIMER ----------with -nn: - OLD BRANDS (jf LIQniKS and (m(!,\us in a NEW STAND * .Inst drop into niv m-w; (punti rs ntul eon.inee yonr-neir that ! am np-tn-diito. Tin- i-Iiiuh-mI and lirightost shop in Soiitiieni Alliertn. CEO. HOUK ISlElllMi- aaonnaaaana nnnnnn LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MAiuirAcruHniis or Fine Lager, Beer, lie and Poller the m:s*r in rur. wi-:sr All uiderH sent to the Brewerv will receive jirumiit atl^ntiijii .U.St- the rluu�; dlfgal here gallic binds The and all inuniior of ivuter lion at I , i IN �t 1111' I Hid .|ie\t s< gave powi .s-lllll. rs -to If tho these I,eg-I'olll- and on ilhe strength of thus.; iavoriibl" lu tlie farm.-is i{ the eiiiiiil rv (ll'her iid-inliers of the lb.use iwi'i t ho '. pposil o i iew , nird pames u.-nt iihriiiigli. making it l,,OWi,,.H ^\x0 compnii.v Hold 'their stoc'<, niter lii shi.ol any kind of ' w0n|,l tho logtalu'turc'Jut u