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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ii, v ATTACK ON UMAAL QOVEfttt. POLICY IFFtC- H the treatment frois the uutaen a proapeet early re- aad euoufh mouey to -pay -treat- Mlattlil _ OtUwa, April thf of MrvftttW ittartei Ca iiada. Jaiitd _iuuuiirranU, to tneir Lai and left own countiy the Interior recent 'The to come by Flngltoh ehanfablei organ go v ar moved of ing be discoitisuud, comeyufcf that it was the He said that they "must im-, opposed to indiscrimin- ate The minister of the Anterior replied that the intention of the house watt to secure arftelectioo who were aauwilable and 'suited to the condi- tions of the country Bonus paid oft only farmers, farm rail- way coafctructicn men, and female domestic servants, that on the front page "of government pamphlets tha announcement that' these were "the only people whom the Ca- ad- to go to Canada, and that all Bothers should get definite assurance of employ inent in Canada before mg home, and hate money endugh to support them for a time in case of disappointment The- bonus was to attract allowed to do'so un- by Canad.- _ _ _ij ment or the t eoppaay was prapared to dufraf, than return him to hw own country where the case was of ftteAiuchip tg bear this cure, the' sometimes than return him to his own country Hnero the cage of an cure, tne Mr Monk stated that the v United company bear (his charge, but, if the had States impoaed, tax and de-f rived a revenue therefrom Ifc l z Canada, xropoeed a bead tax, sirable sett lent, and that it would keep out undesirables Minister of the Intenoi relied that the conditions of.tae.two coun- tries entirely dissimilar United large urban cen- and the existence of these, t get her with the. milder r climate at- tracted many undesirables of- bouth- aot the money or the steamship eonv pany not prepared to defray the cost of treatment, he not allow ed to land and t he steamship com- panj had him Inhere was a hospJal on tho Pacific Coast, but, owing to the changed conditions in reapeVt of immigration, the gov- ernment had decided not to to any from tra sufleiing ljul to them oh arriv ern who uere uot al likelj to choose, a refuge in the more" rugged 'of an agricultural country 'such as Canatla Ihen, ag- ain, the United btates offered Induce- menU for which immigrants could well afford to pay a high head tax per cent of the immigration into the United States would be un- desirable immigrants foi Canada al Inght? Is rt aeearate time? WP are apt k> to look after the heaHh-oToar of everything went across.into: their country, C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St, near City Hall mentjoned Thereiore disvriininatfon "was used CHIMES Mi Monk laid stress on the num bers out oi work in the cities and the Crimea that were perpetrated immigrants tuisMVl interests t By that there "niufct more un- did r 'not iV "i. >t hoped to av- oid the tiansportatiou com- of support to "restriction and exciuaion, he hoped to win the of the la- bor orga n Via. t i outt. Mr. Monk had held up the United an example of what Cana- da should do. Uut, inasmuch 'as the policien of the two countries were not identical, tne. inleivnces drava that example did not applj. The United States policy was simply one of exclusion, and, therefore, the United States government was it li- berty'to take, measures in view Uut Canada, policy was uecessaiil> and unanimous ag reemcnt one! of .attraction [of desir- ables whh exclusion of undesirables, uot able to take the same mea- sures; DifTcrent measures were need- ed to serve different ends, f- When the sures employed uiight be identical Then), while hsving- one policy ends in view'-were identical niea- for the whole' Dominion there -had to be a variation in the methods plication, 101 the conditions on DM; Pacific Coast identical with alonK the Atlantic or those along the United States boundary The policy Had to be elastic askPeap- ablc of the use by officials of such discrimination as: would meet the di- vergence in economical and national conditions. Ik Herti ttny iri Irriptiii tepy tig sale the CHEAPEST LbTS ON THE MARKET Th wisned to have more the department and the bonus was _ must have snore deducted fiom the next payment to' People, o7t course, oi the suitable the booking agent Ihe egress of class suth the government do- people to the United States was no its utmost ,to bring in. while be- disadvantage fhej were people, equaU} energetic m keeping out ho coming fiom Europe, or Great tne unsuitable Mr Monk" said he bihexed in a pro immigration But the that there was an arrangement the United States officials, wherebv Discontent such rejected immigrants were return Britain-under misconception of adian- conditions, lound Chc> vvcre not suited to the country, and then, settlers must Ixs, of the right kind If tried the Lnitcd btates, ubtch was A thcj could those of the right in kind all at once, the> shoulu xrait country could stand to wait ed to the' steamship companj that brought them and taken back to the country from which thej set out Mr Monk said the country was put to expense by the treatment of 'arid with Canada. Mr Monk said that the mdiscrim 1 he -United States regarded the flood of Europe had not been to the oi Canada. The -Minister of the Interior pomt- ed hospitals at Quebec, Halifax, out that tnc booking agents, who' European and Vsiatic immigrants .received bonuses, were selected b> the suffering from trachoma _ assistant superintendent of immigra of the Interior replied tlon l" london, and they .receii-ed thait while the maintain on onlj the clasws before of immigration to their country as a menace Six millions could not 'absorb nil that "were doming in xt the 'present rate of influx-and he desired such a as would mimtiin the Cana- dian 'ho natian 'The Minister- "of- the Interior said the lion member.? as diploimaticallv BOWVILLE NEWS O Txxeedt and Gco Hill aie digging a well for A. are down thirty- five, feet and there are-no signs water r Sunday morning Sunday School was held'in-the school house at 11 o'clock. afternoon .quite a crowd gathered to heaj; the Hex Mr Peck for some reason as jet unknown Jie was not present Sunday evening a large crowd attend cd church services which were con- ducted bj the Itex Mr Scraig Ilihna acted as organist I 'Ihcre wns a good sermon Mr Ilarrj Ilanej was in Loth bridge on Saturdaj _on business On his return trip he brought out the new organ which he, delivered to :the school house Sunday morning in tune for Sundaj school Prater meeting was not held last xxeek on account 01 the people all be ing oufto fight the big prairie flre Prajer meeting will be held on Sat- urday night at Mr Overall's -Seeding of wheat K nearK all done in BowviJle and at present Mr Tnthall has returned to his home in South Dakota. 'He has been MODEL INCUBATORS BrooeJert Stjppiict YOU WANT A httcher doet not require watching and m which the heat it perfoctiy automatically regulated THE MODEL the roost perfect heat controller in existence Strong yet active, aenaitire jet perfect in action and in more Dominion Government and Experimental Station! than allonrcooipetitort combined The Ontario College, Guelph Dominion College, Ottawa Agricultural College, Traro, N 8 Experimental Bowmnnville, Ont Andover, N B.; Union Rirer Brdge. P.E.I.; Chicejntimi. Qne f Edmonton, AlU; far Akrta H. C. RICHARDS, Bit 1273, Cilpry Goods Shipped from Calgary out in interest of his dncoased brother's homestead. Mr. Vonwick hat built a-new house Mr.: Hitchcock has built an addi- tion'to his house. In the recent prairie fire, Mr. Mc- Kinsey had a barn and house burnt up. Nearly all the country is burnt out'between here and Lethbridge al- ong the Bowv roUU_______ DAIRY MEETING AT KIMBALL to HtraM.) Cardston. April meeting of the farmers and other "interested par- ties, rwaa held at Kimball laat even- ing to consider the operation of the Dairy Plant at the point; by ifes'arsl Gardiner-and McKendrick, the les- sees. There watt not ao large an a nee as waa desired: but 237 cows .were promised and there are yet a large number .of farmers to :hear, from: meeting will be called the first of next week when more of the interested parties will be present E J Wood. Duee, R I bey and J G Cahoon were present rrom Ctrdston L. M. JOHNSTONE SslkHer Offlec JTninn Rank. -1 The Home City of the Daily Herald NICE PUVCE, ALWAYS ROOM FOR MORE ENTERPRISING CITIZENS Western Canada. Maintains special correspondents at and contains the announcements of representative city manufiicturing real estate firms. Sdbicrie for (Us Sw Ddy MW id keep luck wWi te prnrenire city ;