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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December 4, 1011. TITK DAILY A SNAP! 7 Roomed House on London Road Owner Leaving City For Particulars Inquire at F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge INSURANCE. SHERLOCK Farm -Landi. Ciiy Property. Angus Shantz Ranttls. hOOM'116 SHERLOCK BLDG. Iniurancv. 2 Henderson Park, each 6 Sirout, in Block L. Terms. 8 IWh Street, in Block V. Terms. Each 30 ACRES IRRIGATED 2 miles from Westmin- ster Rd.; ripe to subdivide into S acre tracts; per acre HOUSE IN DUFF storey, new frame house; 20 x 87; corner lo.t 45 ft. frontage; price 211 miles southeast of Lothbridge, all broke and fenced; no buildings; n-er acre, The Alberta Securities Lots 38, B4, SB, Block 3ii', near elation. Terras. LM. PHONE 1245. BALMOKAL BLOCK, FULL TEXT OF HON. W. A. BUCHANAN'S SPEECH Official Report From Hansard of Maiden Effort of the Member for Medicine for the Western People The following IB a verbatim report of UK; speech rlelirercxl hi the House CoinmotiB lafi by A. Hutih- anati, member for .Medfcina Hal, II in taken from Hansard: In the early part o: 111 is delmfe Hie lion, mi'mber for Brandon (Mi'. gave expression to tlie opinion that there was danger in the future of a severtmcQ of sentiment between the oast, and I be west. AH a representa- tive from western Camilla, as one who believes we cannot bultil up this country unlee-a we are nil jigreftd in develop a united Canada, I must my .absolute dissent from Uiir- opinion; and I wish to nay, on baha'.f LOOK THIS UP Lots 38-39, Block 129, each Easy terms R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 LETHBRIDQE. Sttfford Hock. A. E. IVES Office Phone 73t. of tile constituency of Medicine lint that [lie people there are just as anx- Farm Leans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. Splendid Building Lots in blocks 161.162. Price ea. Easy terms North Lethbridge Realty Co. HOUSES TO RENT. INSURANCE. MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Farm Lands and City Property acre lot No. 1S8 Alorningside, cash; balance 6 aud-12 months. 3 lots in Block lj., I3oO Msh; 4 and S months. 1 lot on Bruce St., Rlvervlew! cash, bai. 4 S mos, THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY ACADIA BLOCK. FriONE; 1325. C. R. DANIEL T.B.DUNHAM S. S. DUNHAM WM. INGRAM, V- Pret. Secy. Mgr, LOOK INTO THIS Lotr 27 to 30, both Inctiislve, in Block 36; alhiated on Coulta street betwemi Dufforln and Hedpnlb, For .i. canh; balance ti, J2 and IS monthi. SNAP 1 have to offer for a fuw days only. 32 lots in Queen Victoria Park, for the low price of each. Some of tiiese lots arc on' Westmin- ster Hoad, and others facing Victoria Park. Tunus will be given. W.R. DOBBIN regent for A very Gai Eleam Plowing Engines. A Genuine Snap 2 Lots Block 42 Coutts Street each Terms See H.J.H.Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotvl for a united Cniuidn, and ol'pos- (.'d lo any severance between vluj oast and tlu- we81" as tho mop! Intensu ('a- nadlan can drxi'v. itro ag anxIoiiB for the dinolopinenl of i eantevii Canada as 'the people oT tho! east can posaihiy he for tlu j rnent of wefcfern Canada. I tmppui: j he engaged in tho newspaper busi- ness, and it, Iniii beta my pleasure on many occasions as Ii has that of erery other newspaper man in west torn Canada -to develop syiitimenl of sympathy towards MKJ people of the east. The hon. member for Hran- don (Mr. Alklusl tool; occasion to I refer lo ihe lack of Canadian news! in Canadian newspapers, and to tln-> of American mnvp in our! western newspjipers. AH one famil-! iar with J.he newspauers of tlie west, i i would like -to say thai -rnr a mini-j her oC years our newspapers had a I long struggle to secnu.- tele-j graphic rates, and had made persist-; cut efforts to ob-atii such reduction j fi'oni the Canadian I'liclfic Uai'iway! Telegraph Company: bin today anri; hi tlie couple of years they hav-o benn enabled -'o come to an ment by which all the newspapers of' Canada in the'.east an well in the west, are "ul. present funihlied with CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ATLANTIC _____________JSTEAMSHIP LINES Extra Xmas Sailing Specially chartered, the magnificent one class cabin S.S. "SCOTIAN" Sailing December 9th FROM HALIFAX, N.S. Second Glass Cabin Rates upwards Third Class Special Tourist Car, connecting with this steamer will leave Calgary December 4th S. JS. For tickets and all information, apply to XJJllvLL OR Aqcnl C. P. R. J. S. CAKTEli, General Agent, 210 Portaae Ave.. Winnipeg. the the game report, so that the nmhl in favor of a lotv tlirijT. .in the west and-the papers ln the east .ire supplying iiie public with the stuns news. We in the west are mak- ing every effort 'io gne the people of Canada, and those, who are coming into this country Canadian news and Itritisli news tints stimulating then1 interest in Canada and the Empire. I have tah- ken occasion lo refer to j erf my hon. friend from remark-s Hrandon because they might create the impression in eastern Canada that there i western send in eni in western ('a- And I -hut So lout; as I stand Cor a lew tariff and larger markets that I will he returned by that 1 fay also western Canada, while it 'is anxious for larger markets and anxious for the neur-hy American mar- liet. is not populated with a selfish people. The raopl-a of the west do lhat thejr ,nte'rosis .1d aiu, there JH no desire on their purl for any tariff which would wreck any a sentiment growing up "Mdllslry in this country.' Rut, Sir, we Canada thai, is not in (.He in- are to consideration not. agree with thai. 1 say we arc; developing a stroncj British and Ca- natlian sentiment through the schools, through and through all tho insti'nUons that are intended for the moiil-.'ling of public opinion. In our schools'we fly'the. British flag and the pupils attending them, no matlcv from what country they come, and no matter to what helong, are impre-jEsd with the idea that that flag stands for Canada. They are j'veii lessons in RrrMsh history, and they are taught to believe thirt Ilrltlsh in- stitutions are the best in the world. In view of all this the people o[ east- ern Canada need not worry nbou't the future of th.o far us we in Hie west'are concerned. We may differ in our opinions on the trad-a question. I confess T would not be in this.House totlay if it were not for Announcement Tho Alherhi-Brmsl) Colunihin Laiul Co., Ltd., havo opened for biismos.s in ihe oi'fiee occupied by W. "R. Dobbin in rlie Slier-, lock Hnilding. They liave a wide connection and mitny clients and are anxious to get. acquainted with people of this di-.itrict who have land or city property for sale. Give them your listings and they will sell property. The Alberta British Columbia Land Co., Ltd. 310 7th Street, Ground Floor Sherlock Bldg. D. S. KIMBALL, MGR. ihe western Canadmn consumers if we hail iiii! oupbrtiiui'ty of.buying in a competitive market -with the British mid the Canadijin insnufiictiirnrs. I htilieve that as' to the establishment of a Canadian navy, -that if :the gov- ernment decided on a referendum, they will find the jwople of the wast will give evidence of their loyalty in thai, matter because they feel 'I'liat-we should take part in tlie defaiice of Canada anil the Empire. Before talc- ing my seal. 1 would like to say a word as to the criticisms which hare been offered as io tlie treatment ac- cord e-J by the Isrce Liberal govern- ment to western hut... let me say that western Canada tins only he- come a country worth talking about ince the Liberal government: came in- o power in'ISilii. That country ap- preciates what, the hitDr'Liberal -feov- eminent has dona for it in the past; it appreciates the immigration and transportation policy ilifii -govern- nent, I can say. to. the n-aw: govern- nent that if they consider tlie inter- i -i esls G': vresU-rd Canada aa loya'ilv as reciprocity would ininre these indus-i the IIAC government did then western Cnnadii wiil have no complaint to make, Before taking my seal, I would like (o make n suggestion with ragard lo labr.r legialation. In the constituency of the whole Dominion. I wc reciprocity thc United Sta-les is in the best in- terests of western Canada and in the best iiv'ere-sls o-" eastern Canada as well. I had the opportunity during the last .cainpaign of addressing a [great many'maatiiigfi and I know that every speaker on the Liberal side an- nounced that we not. want to in- jure the interests of the people of eastern Canada nor did we feel tries. hold that view loday. and we are not gnitis' to advocate -that, we should wipa out the tariff .completely and wreck any deserving industry in tlie country. I can tel'i hon. gentlemen i hat the sflnlimmrt in favor of a low tariff 'exists in western Canada and will coirtinnc to grow because the'peo- ple of that country are anxious to lave access not only to the markets of the United States hut to all the One 7 Roomed House, corner Red- path and William will handle Terms very easy Wilkie Kerr Flrt, Life tnii Accident HULL PHONE 623. markets they can nrocue. In that western country our productions are ucreasing year by year and K has become necessary thac we should look for these larger markets. We ore willing to sell as much as posoihie within tlie British Em- pire mnrket and to -ihe people of nada but we must looic tor other mar- kets -than these, and it SB for that rea- son we supported reciprocity so strongly on the 21st of Sep-emlmr. I mny say that ai'itv Ik'-.oniiiB this de- bate, I am satisfied that in no other parl of Canada as i" tho west was re- ciprocity considered on its merits. The neonlc of Ihc west vtfed for reci- procity bocanye they Lliouglii it was a soc'.l trade arrangcmen-1: and that it would bo hclpiul )o ths whole ai. the Dominion; and if the people of -tlift rest ol the dominion had considcvod j rcc-ipi-oriiy in the same way and hnrt excluded extraneous matters in co-.s- nection with racial and religious crlon I am sa-.'iEfied they :ilao have endoi-Hed reciprocity anil that we would be ita henefiu. 1 not liks to sny that any mtjm- of this houaft hnd queztioneii the loyalty of the American people who have coin-2 to 'tliitj coiuixvy, but siiu-e the election some of the t'onsarvfttive press erica n that II which I represent, there are many man engaged in 'the mines, and in connec- tion wiffi tli3 late strike there was much criticism of. tho conditions un-dar which, the miners have to work and ve. The people there feel thai, tho Departmen-L of Labor should institute an Investigation ascs-Ttain whether the charges made by the miners in this respect are correct. I hope the Department Labor will take tha'i matter up. These men claim tliat the conditions under -which they have to j ivc are almost impossible, and very njurions to health. I believe the imrt- tcv is one lhat comes within the con- rql of this Rovernm-nt, and I would be glad if they would give it their conyidCTcUion. CANADIAN "PACIFIC EXCURSIONS, TO UNITED STATES On Sale Daily Dec. I to 31 Limit Months Duluth, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn Milwaukee, Wis. Chicago, III, St. Louli, Mo. Sioux City, Iowa. Omaha, Neb. Dei Moinci, la. Kantas -City, Mo. :FulI information from nearest C. P, Ry. Agenl, or R. G. District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alberta. 277-15 KIKNONDALE Kinnomiale. Nov. at presort .nrcsentvi a very wintry ap- .Much lias fallen, and lias goi hard and wiKtid. The HU'le chinook winds we hnti did. very little good. Tii resiling is at a stands tilt, .and j much of ---he grain up novth jmre is not slacked. Practically all'the grain north of Kinnomiale is no-i threshed. .VlapletoEt arrived horns from threshing at Carmangay, but will go back again tlie snow clears. Messrs. Nils SomerviVlc and Uobte. made :i huHiiicss trln to Nan ton on have talked rJiont "a solid Am-j Tuesday. vole." Hiving solders have voted for rc- in hope thai it might bring Canada into closer roiiiieal rv- iatioiiH with the United SUUes. I want, to say of the Anif-rican people who have settled in westsrn Canada on Chilis u? their i-ltireiishlp here they immediately began t0 tnke an Inleroci in our aFnlrs, Hint they npm-ecinte our histUuiloiw thai, -iliey j .1. Unrion is away after hmiher for K house. Steve Collins has Ire en liiiiliHng a new harn for .1. .Morgan. ar.J also a sracary for C. li. Carrillgton. We should lite (camafcra driving '.'hroilKh P. lease to shut. rtho inrcciatfl the enforcement of law in Canjxla, ami that (hey appreciate our pood system .ol I bflie-.e ss after them, as s-.rcal numbers of ivaeii seen to come from iise nnd liciid w'.tli the 'I he-y are n great nuisance to that former American j (hl, Gkarles Dalton, millionaire fox ranph n.'.rrinr.p. Kdwani JH- U04, purchased-from .1. O. Calhomi, of three oiack foxes, the ITlcv paid buiiig over Pence waa conclndei) n-lth and KsUj'les un tliu Kort river. treaty was made wllh ifi; clileftnins. Kpain wll! all and a j pr.rt of the army of occtipatlou will rc- J turn homw. CALGARY ACREAGE We for sale 1 1-J Blocks if. J2IMI mr blonk. Torms either 110 down mid iwr monlli, or 1-5 null, balance ipread ovor nearly two ycare. ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. LETHBHIDOE HOTEL BLOCK are just as guort any Iliai have ever come lo Canada: It IB v.-prih mcntlonlnr, that, when do-: pnlation of fanners from western nada and enf.ern r.anada us well, prs- j sensed theii'.dalms liofore the h-.U-, Bovcrnmenl they not onlv atihod for j reclpiwlly wllh the United (Ual-ss lint they aaltod for Ihc sion of the llrltish prc'eiencn. Thai wii-s an expression of 'Mie loyalty of the Canadian farmers. In thu west We arc to linv Ihe thnt are made in Gveat liri-lain and we ai-e prepared also.to buy the soods that nrn made In Canada, but. we believe it would bo to the advantage of the li'.'lds ot grain, still tfaiiU- iliji. tlie tlirfshci1. (IMP or .Mr. JlcKlnnon's hn-raes niiiHltcs nMitniiin; a load Croni Hioolis. Mncli roal lias lientl miliocl at the Cronml llnsi-ed is oecanionally fed to horses othevfoodK ;o keep the bowels oven, and to iniprove the condltir-i of the skin. Now is a good time to feud it. I have It In -Jlock. Phone Park HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Wholetile A ReUil f. STEAMSMIPS Future Sailings from St. John Empress of Ireland Empress of Britain EVnpress cf Ireland Tunesian........... Empress of Britain .Fri. Dec. 15 FH. Dec. 29 Fri. Jan. 12 Fri. Jan. 26 Fri.. Feb. 9 Excursion Rates NOV. 10th to DEC. 31st Berth lieeervatioiiB and Details from your Local Agent, or write J. S. CARTER, Gen'l Agent, 450 Main Direct, Winnipeg, Man. Or S. B. MITCHELL, Agt. C, P. R., LETHBRIOGE Bow Oily coal mine these Inat feu- days, many teams coming from f if ty- ro lies away. Mr. Linvt is on the sick-list suffer- ing from an attack of asthma. l-L HopskiwacUs brought P. John- son bank to his homestead last. Mon- Mr. .Jobncon niet with an acci- dent, early in the year and has been in iho hospital of tlie time. .Irs. Uavld Koaenbcrg. yonrs nf-! age, ended her life by cutting her throat, hi her home nt Ifi7 Drolct street. Montreal. i Two -IB-foot lots on 13th Street, very close to railroad (racks, for balance 2 years. 4S feel on Hedputh (3rd. Good cottage on this. Vvine Long terms. Somo Snaps in Houses. Let us show The Dowsley Mnlheru Land Co. Sherlock 7th Street ;