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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, AugiiNt 15th, THE LETalBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 We liiivc been appointed iigents 1'or Leth- bridge and district The Security Trust Co, Limited. OF CALGARY This -company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board -in this city, so that be out through with vory .little delay. F. G. Lowes Co, Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 anil fi, Block B; H. and C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by 138 ft, TE R. V. GIBBONS CO. i TALK ABOUT 3 lots north end Alexander Addition, each only Elegant well built 7 room house on 1 lot, Good terms. Three hundred and twenty acres two miles from C'I 4 ftft the Weyburn line, at only per acre................ v I I The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Ed., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE CAMPAIGN OF OPPOSITION PARTY Trying to Becloud Real Issue Their Tactics Exposed (Special lo the Ottawa, A UK- Canadian 'funk' arc lu determine, for them- selves whether they desire the ad- of Hit- reciprocal trade agren- ineiit ;is siilm.'iltdl lo parliament by ,lio l.ibcntl guvgrnniciil. The dissolu- UOH of Uiu latf! parliament on the sjmiild liiivo brought tlie census on ijarlk'i' in Ihe year. In this I tie Con- servative lender belied his reputation for honest dealing in (hat he knew that the law provided that the cen- sus could not be taken before .hnic 1st, ntitl that the passing Of that law aornfi years ago hud his s'upport. Lastly, Mr. Horden complaineil that the. dissolution left the investigation of the insinuations made anonymous- ly Hon. Frank Oliver uncom- pleted. Again the Opposition leader failed in candor and fairness. The In- Krank Oliver has repudiated the so in question was one [or called Kdmoiitou liberal eonvetitioi which neither he nor any nwinber of of August :'J.U. This morning he maii liis party was, responsible. That they the following statement: "1 have ni did not belieVc, in the accuracy of the intention of recognizing the so-callci covert insinuations made (hey evi- i Liberal' convention, to he held in th lenced by Lheir refusal to lake any uity on .August 16. Thy well recog .'O-sponsibility in fathering them when method of calling nominatini they were hawked around Conserva- conventions in Alberta is under the circles for several weeks. It was at'- [authority of the provincial executive ter they had boon published anony- i Conventions have already been callei moiisly by a Toronto newspaper that! in this n.aimer for the selection OLIVER Repudiates Co n v e n t i o i Called to Give Ruther- ford the Nomination Edmonton, Alfu., Aug. ]f rose in par- (Candidates For the coolest in four out rmitiimrmlnllon of tlm ailininistra- ''nianp ihc fullest in- of Hit; seven Alherla constituencies lion, was the only open to the a committee represent two of them nominations have government in view of the onslruc- 1 fjoi'1 sillcs imrfy Politics- already been made. In due course, tion tnctic.s practised for the preced- ing two weeks by the Opposition. Sir Minister of the Interior himself doubt, such a convention will be the initiative, and, with the dissolu- failed for the .Edmonton clcctora Wilfrid' Lanrier and his colleagues IUon of Parliament, a prompt district. When it is held I will be have frankly stated that they' wcl- nml statement that he glad to submit my name as a candi- comed the verdict of the people. It was felt, however, by the Prime Min- Isier find his colleagues that they would not have been warranted in asking for an election until the west had been accorded the additional rep-j to which it would be would call for a continuance of nomination. In flic niean- cnuuiry as soon as the new Par.Ha-! time, T do not propose to pay any incut met. I attention to a special arrangement As n ni'i'ter of fact, it is generally I niadn to secure endorsement for tli recognized that the attempt to sur- 'candidature of any certain man, even is designed (o titled under the recent census. For this reason, and with the hope that, Becloud the Essential Question of reciprocity in the minds of the the reciprocity agreement would The- popularity of tariff relief adopted in Kiiflicicnt Lime to enanle in natural products has become in- the farmer, to reap its benefits in the'creasing evident, particularlv in the T" of thl, he rural or older Canada, and i JJ pressed for i, vole in parliament and j the conviction is growing dial "I may say that 1 do not think" the effort; to defeat the Liberal cause in the Edmonton district by holding bogus convention will succeed." Addressing an enthusiastic organ- zation meeting, Mr. Oliver said made earnest efforts to proceed with the public business of the country. FarcifU Proceedings Rut the proceedings became a farce. Fi House sat morning, afternoon light, and not one item on the the I will he joined in its dc- of western Canada looked to him for lc" {support, but owing to the conditions mam) for larger markets by an ,he Kdmonton constituency he wou'd be compelled to spend more- of than hc otherwise whelming vote from rural Ontario ings of parliament [ami Quebec-, supplemented by the pro- lror two weeks the ducing.districts of the Maritime Pro- and vinres'. Tlie anti-reciprocity campaign- hfs would.' Anti-Oliver forces arc endeavoring tensive order paper was permitted to ex- ers are reporting to the interests fin- io supporters .sent to thi COAT LAND FOB SALE We have one of the best propositions in coal lands that has ever been offered In the city of Lethbridge. Closer to the city than any mines operated at present. No question whatever about the quality of the coal. For particulars apply North Lethbridge Realty Co. convention "of August III from I ho ont- OF CANADA Assett Mt.MMM. Rural BwUdag With the majority of our 330 or more Branches serving rural communities, we have naturally paid special attention to the banking requirements of Fanners, Ranchera, Stocknieu, Lumbermen and Merchants. Our facilities for handling your business or private banking are complete. Savings Bank Department at every Branch. Miln Of tic. cor. Round 4 Ridpath Sta.0. R. TINNING, Minagtr. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Graiey Luckhardt, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVB INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NEST' OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IF YOU HAVK ANY TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THEM m FWTHtM INFORMATION I relatives, W. VV. Norrla, a polisher, s entitled, that the Government 'unon his departure. fiflcra and Ihirlrrn, to join him. "I In (he fnstrumenl. section of Whaloy, am soim; when- the man and not the 'Joyce and Co. factory, went into hte title declared tlie Marquis j lavatory and committed suicide by the I poison route thip morning. struggle. Two wrote for their third- class certificate, and three for public school leaving, all of them covered the work in a .ittle over six months. Everyone is pleased to h.-ar that Ihe road will soon he completed to Aldcrsyde, and have through train service on this 'line; Owing tu last year's crop failure, Noble did not secure a station agent, at least (hat is the reason the 'com-; pany gave for not supplying us with one, but that reason will not no for year, so we hope the company will Kit up and taken oticc of our needs in this direction. BARRHILL NEWS Bnrrhill, Aug. J. Hoidiic returned home from a few wcokti' vis- t to his old home In Osakis, Alir-n., on the 7th, and brought, with him a fair young lady as his wife. Metl'ia one of Ban-hill's" young fanners, son to Frank ftolduc, one of Dan-hill's fnrmcrs. Our best whhes Tor a long and happy married ;ife for and his young wife. We hnve had nine days of r.iin 'in bis month. Today !s bright and tain- iy. Thnt-'s wliat wo'need to -jet c-iir inn crop to be ready for cutting.''. .Mr. and Mrs. FnlkiUead were ng'Mr. family yesterday. Carl Magensen has removed over lo tsaacsen's old ranch. Mr- :nsen has sold his own rtnch to Fora- nan. The consideration IB to be 22.50 per acre. This long rain hu delayed ei t- ng of fall wheat. WIntorii moved thfir ranary to J new side, and have pcne o build an addition to get room for ic new crop. Darrhill country will get a fine rop this fall. Wheat and oats Live fine stand. i .Montreal, Aug. first and second class .stewards of. the Victor- ian who -were arrested the steamer arrived in port Friday for re- fusing to work on the way up the river, were allowed out on ball yes- terday after a prolonged argument, and will come up for trial probably on Tuesday. We have a bunch of choice lots within a mile and a quar- ter ot post office at each. These will double with- in twelve months. CASCADED LAND CO. MACDONALD BLK. FOR The old Ivea ranch, 370 acres, 4 1-2 'miles Fincher Creek, Bill fenced, excelJent house .and stable, beautiful running water, 25 acres tim- acres wheat, one of Ihe best mixed farms In the district, land adjoining aold for ner acre last acre huya th0 whole, Euy terms. 'Apply Monday and P. J. DALY CALGARY Room 5, Alberta Block thtrlook 81. THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA 160 Acres- Fenced. Stable, etc. 30 acres.lav Spring wheat. Price 920.00 acre. cash, in half crop payments. 640 500 acres in crop, Spring wnwt, looking splendid. 3 from., town. per acre. We have some splendid wupt In rmf clow to Weyburn for from to ptf THE Dowsley- Mulhern Land Co. Succtaaori to The tind Co. Ptiona 144 ;