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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE SALE OF We are now receiving daily letters from outside points asking what lots are available Faith in Lethbridge means faith in Parkdale Price only 5. 10 cash, balance monthly or quarterly During the Trip From Toronto Beat the Train to Sharbott Lake to (Toronto Star) Commissioner of Industries Thomp- son returned from Ottawa this niorn- tracks each with a handful of. soda AN INDUSTRY CRIPPLED biscuits for breakfast. We were at Central Ontario, when the search for something to eat began. After walk- X (Coleman Miner) Can nothing be P R is with coffee and orders, a large number of men are we felt considerably icUe JJd discussion to-night and aside to discuss the diseases of turn ani- j mals Irish weeds and kindred mat- ter. The fateful division is postpon- ed until Tuesday next. 1 JAPAN PREPARES six miles from Lake me train caught up to a tramp bis way east I pro- Sharbott a -onth. because whQ was OG after a trying experience while to the conductor that we give wkh tbe neces. b of cars. nU JOS. CHAMBERLAIN GIVES HIS j IMPRESSIONS IN A QUHET TALK ARMY FOR WAR Promised Addition of 50 Regiments, and Other Signs of Military displayed by the toughened little foot i prepared to hurl probably the finest soldiers during the manoeuvres re- fighting machine in the world into cently completed, was remarkable. Manchuria at the first sign of the ex- The tactical problems involved pected 'Russian aggressions. throughout the manoeuvres indicated! most suggestively that the war office' accepts an inevitable clash with Rus- sia as almost inevitable. The massed movements of the hardy infantry line showed that the empire would again rely on its effective foot soldiers to smash the enemy's line, as they ripped through it at Mukden. In deciding to strengthen the in- fantry line, the war office has submit- on his trip to the capitaL "I started Monday night Commissioner, "with the hope that I the poor fellow a lift, but he _ asked if I wanted him to :iTo show how quick we wen Tne praire and some London, Nov. Lord Rosebery Commissioner, "witn tne uoyts -iTo snow how QUICK we through would be able to invite a number oflinCt .camdit and passed the tramp idle a members of Parliament to accompany timeg in six miles> and when we t the lack ot Oj the deputation interested in the deep-- arrived at Sharbott Lake the tramp: Here is a matter ioitHeo s ening of Welland canal. I arrived luere to welcome us. Five of the i the UP._H. toake u P- a bovs contributed a quarter each and that ordeib ai presented him with has 01 done exactly what was expected i. friend lunched there at noon Wednesday, our train being IS hours late, owing to the ob- structions placed on the tracks by the storm on Monday. "We had our interesting experiences Senators, mayors and civic officials were all together, and everybody ws.s as good as the other fellow. It was funny to see Senator Cox and Senator Jaffray walking down the railway vitlL Chamberlain, whose po- hitiral icumen is as lltical acUmCn 1S aS Strsngthening Show That Nation j ted gome interesting data, showin Believes War With Russia Inevit-j losses sustained and inflicted by the on Infantry. if these cannot be filled, the business itRoseberv Tokio. Nov. by pat- riotic sentiment which has gripped the very heart of the empire, the military council, following the success ful conclusion of the autumn manoeu- give vres? j3 preparing the plans for an ever, is estimated at upward of j of which about are in Eur- ope, in North America. and in Asia. 01 UK lillttu, Liic t_ jj, this district will suffer it to them hot this afternoon I ex- army which will add fiftj regiments of infantry to the imperial army, according to information obtain- of The horse population of the world I severely --n nnn QV IIIC pruv Uitiui they should see that steps Chamberlain replied with a quiet jed from a confidential source. which about are in Eur- are taken to 'relieve the present sit-, followine effect "You i The rese5tm.ent U.K., sirjiie 10 tut, iuiiowiug t.utv-0 iuw. QYgr the empire during the past He will j summer when scores 01 soldiers suc- cumbed to sunstroke as a consequence sion- should take up the question. don't know your Rosebery. ___________ ._________ _ _ i paint the budget in lurid If so to what better place can you go? Have you ever read of the beau- tiful Fraser Valley; the place where your birds from the prairie go to winter? Follow the birds and you will make no mistake. Let us take you there right now and see for yourself what is going on. This is the right time of year to buy land, when everything looks its worst. m Facts are stubborn and we do not have to tell you any cock and bull story about B. C. She can speak for herself. Just as sure as you are reading this so will you fall in love with the Fraser Valley when you sec U. it is the rich man's ;dea! and the poor man's paradise. shall be pleased to hand you a pamphlet which just tells you what you can do. Put it in your pocket and when you get out to see for yourself then you will know if we have told you the truth or not. 'Mr. Charles Tyner. a practical fruit grower, is in our office ail day and from seven to nine in the evenings to answer all enquiries. Look out for our window this week. Lethtridge- Realty Ci. Ltd of exacting drills and manoeuvres I colors and then run away from it. held at the time, has been succeeded by a real awakening of the military spirit since the autumn manoeuvres brought the national realization that the army is being perfected for the inevitable struggle "with Russia. The trying summer manoeuvres eliminat- ed all weaklings, and the endurance That's not politics. The budget be fought straight from the shoulder: I Do 'that and you will win, and you I won't win any other way." j For all that, Rosebery's speech was a magnificent piece of drama, plaved by an actor of consummate ability. He held the house as by magic, hit- S j ting first on one side and then on the! cf; j other. He opened on a most solemn Sti '.note. 0> i o> "I am oppressed with the awful gravity of the situation, by far the 'tL' SraVest in raT lifetime, the gravest 1S32. "This he declared, "is Q-' crude and vindictive and threatens to i poison the very sources of- our nation- s' al supremacy. It has already spread over the country like a miasma, i the reserve ranks of titled enemies of i Lloyd-G-corge. "But you are ci i he said, "that the hereditary charac- ter of this House lends itself to eSec- f; tivt- satire and criticism when it i "I don't know what impression they j make upon the enemy, hut they terri- i fy me." Rosebery passed on to a sarcastic suggest ion that four hundred or more {of the inconspicuous peers might be withdrawn and the cause be entrust- -t I ed to one hundred and fifty effectives. J In the end he landed on a solitary score. Hfc dreaded the budget but refused to follow Lansdowne. Even S more he decided the risk on the var- j -i- I icd tumultuous influences of a general j election and the very existence of a jj: second chamber whose power of rcvj- jsion was the only effective barrier O I against home rUe, socialism and oth- S I er perils. Lord Lansdown-e, he jfe i clar-ed, was playing for too heavy a I stake. j "Let the budget pass. Six momtUs