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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethb^idge Daily Herald, Wedniroday, Jahiiary 19,1910. It Page 3 Parkview Lots $125, $25 cash, and $10 a month Within the one mile circle W. R. DOBBIN Southard Block 2 good Lots beside Athletic Grounds for sale at $450 each, with terms. ;: THE ALBERTA REALH EXCHANGE, ^  Phone 10-15  Alberta BIk, Letbbridge Box 254 IIERE 18 A rK0P()8ITI()N-!:�^ vol'^^ch^c: fnrm. Only 4 miles frem'KIpp and 12 miles from Ijetlibridge. 480 acres of choicest land where Timothy and Alfalfa have beiiu grown with good succivss. Nearly all \inder plow. Fair buildings. Good foncoa and good water. Full equipment oC farm Implements goes with thi sale. For CASH OR CROP PAYMENTS. .CaU or wrlli us for ])articulars. This farm is bound to sell very quickly. '�' Freeman, Macleod and Graham ] Plioiie 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 6a from Park. Price $80 i I OUay9 an acre. "Terms, half cash', balance | m twelve months M Three Business Lots on Round Street. $6000 each, tenns 1 GOLDEN WEST REALTY COMPANY f I .P.O. Box 642 .jn Phone 6^-. -Xjl^ | BOHIIG BIGHT 15 BtTTIffiyflflBIIIOIIEY'SWflBTH Having dissolved partnership wit E. C. Ludtke, I J have obtained possession of the unsold portion of the T0WN8ITE OF BOW ISLAND [ I and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging t from $50 to $300. Write or call on rae before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL ~ Sow Island Realty and insurance Agency I T'l I�^�Iw~I-l-H~w~^-'W�^'I^�^^^^^^I�I^�I?'^^�H^^I-M"^m 320 iicres fine level laud, adjoining Diamond City, all j. fenced, 'Si) acres broken and other improvements, price, $30.00 per acre. Terms, apply F. L. WHITNEY & Co. Leadin^ Real Estate and Financial Brokers. 414 Round Street. P. 0. Box 377. I .I..H..I. i..i..r.l..i..l. II.I..I..I..I..I.I..H-M ^^j^'PQQj^g USED IN THE CAMPAIGN ^>3r^3K�:c-�et�^:^^^ EuRland has its "bill board" and mud slinginp; carapaRn during an Election as well as this country. Throughout the empire political cat-toons have been posted on every avail- able space by the unionist and liberal parties, depicting in most virulent form the issues of the opposing forces and with which both parties are working to bring about victory. One of the lithographs which has attract-td the most comment shows free trade stalking through the land as a reaper of death, whose activities brinK widespread unemplovment. s?r� few . 1^ BUDGET 1909 For a short time only 1^ Parkview Lots Sl".j each, $10 cash, balance $10 per month Banch 1400 acres, all fenced, fair buildings, plenty running water, for a short time $7.50 per acre, good terms i}20 acres unimproved 1^ miles from good market, $16 per acre, reasonable terms 5 acres adjoining trwnsite of a growing new town, suitable for raising poultry, garden truck, etc., at a bargain I GALVIN-HATFIELD (ft Cp. I Phone 1425 Office, Room 1, Ott Block 1 -Office open from 7-9 Evenings- i �I"M"H"H-I"W"I ;� I I �M..I.-M-I"!' I W.J. LLOYD C. H DEVINE �I* Farm Lands Farm Loans J Fire Insurance _' I IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. 5: Southard Block. Phone 1353 Lethbridge. .;H�^.^'H^^-H^^'^"^4^H'^l"H''H^'^^l>i'a"^^�t"^ LAURIER DEFENDED TORY PRINCIPLE i..;..l,.t,.T..],i.,i.,i..i.t..H..l..l..H..I. + I-:"M"M"l"I"l-:nl..M..I..M..M..l.I.. The H. Macbeth Agency Have Removed to Rooms 118-120, SHERLOCK BLOCK .H-^^^a^a"^^^^^�^^^^l�^^^�^r^^^(^I�H^1^^^^^^M H-I I !� I..l..M..l..i..i..i.,i,.iMi,i,|,.>,i,.i.,|,.H.,r,M,i..i,.i..i.,|,.H.,t,.i..H.ii i |..H. Against Tory Membera-Scniate Reform Debated In House Of Commons I FARM SECURTTY COMPANY, * You don't need much money when you buy land from us We make a spe'^ialty of selling to actual farmers on easy terms Your credit is good with us. All you need is equipment Don't rent when the same expense would make you owner We loan money on farm land. No delay We buy land for cash I SNAP.-One and a half Lots on Pine street, $250 cash : bus-  iness lot on Westmhisier road. North Ward. $800. on terms. Two corner Lots on Spur Track, $4200 per pair, terms. :: Illinois - Alberta Realty Co- 2nd floor Johnston block. Phone 290. Auto 455. '. I..l..i..M..i..i-H..;..T..i..i..i..I..;..l..l. �i..i..i..i..i,i.,M,i.,i,i,{ ;,{.H-I-I-H- * BUY LOTS IN FORT GEORGE 1 -'-1 If you have never invested in Reai Estate start riglit now | FORT GEORGE will be a city. FORT GEORGE will be a great Railway Ter- minal. FORT GEORGE will be a great Shipping Point. This will be within the next few years. ' AN OPPORTUNITY never offered before. Inside lots.$ISO, corners $200. $10 down and $10 a month. No interest No Taxes. 1^ I abolished. COX REALTY COMPANY BRYAN BLOCK - - - LETHBRIDGE Letlibridge property and farm lands boiiglit and sold iks*ge^:^3et=5*t�C^3r^^ made to the people of senate're Ottawa, Jan. 18.-The following public bills were read a second time and sent to the committee on Marine and Fisheries. Respecting lead lines on ships and respecting wireless telegraphy on ships Mr. Lewis' bill respecting injuries to persons due to motor vehicles was sent to the private commltteeLYQ. DWK RFG771fo rO.o bills committee and Mr. Papineau's bill to amend the railway act to. the railway committee. Mr. Lancester moved his resolution praying that a humble address be pre-aented to the king praying that the British North America Act be amended so as to provide for the abolition of the senate. His chief arguments were that much dissatisfaction had arisen owing to the actions of the Upper House by the rejection of measures passed by the Commons. That the senate was no longer required for the carylng on of responsible government in Cftnada or [�of-safer>^i�BriA'6'1iitiiget rights auu prerogative. He also said that senate reform had been one oi tiie cliier planks in the Liberal platform in days gone by and both parties were agreed that all was not right and whilti a ebartge was necessary, no agreement had been arrived at as to how the change was to be made. Mr. Lancaster quoted Sir Richard Cartwrikht's declaration In Toronto some yeava ago that t!>e seualt' was j a millstone around the necks of the Canadian people," which he predicted that Providence would remove." However, once Sir Richard got into the senate himself, his outcries ceased. Mr. H. H. Miller, of South Grey, who last session moved a similar motion for the reformation or abolition of the senate said he would vote for the resolution. Sir Wilfrid Laurler declared he looked upon the upper house as a body necessary for the protection of the minorities, although happily there had been no case yet in Canada where Its intervention in this regard had to be Invoked. Yet this might occur. In his opinion the second chamber was necessary to protect the people against hasty and unjust legislation. The premier said the argument of Mr. Lancaster was that the character of legislation in the Commons was much Improved since forty years ago and there was no danger of dangerous legislation passing. For his part the premier did not think legislation had so improved that people would care to see the senate removed. It gave him much pleasure he declared amidst general laughter, to be compelled to defend Conservative principles against Conservative members. Referring to the elections now tak Ing place in England the premier said: "Of course, the wish is expressed that there ^Ijpuld be a reform of the House 01' Lorqfe/and indeed It Is very probable that whichever party suceeds in the present elections the House of Lords will in some way be reformed but I am sure that there is no suggestion that the House of Lords should be For myself I think It would be unfortunate If the second chamber were abolished. The same principle apllea here." I Hon. John Haggart declared that for years he had talked vainly lor Sir Wilfrid Laurier to implement his prom- form. The feeling was universal that there should be no abolition but reform. Dr. Sproule also favored reform but opposed abolition. On a vote being taken Mr. Lancaster's motion was defeated by 111 to 22. This did not end the discussion of senate matters for the day, however. As soon as Mr. Lancaster's motion was disposed of, J. D. Taylor, of New Westminster proposed a resolutio'n setting forth that whereas the B. N. A. Act provided that the constitution of the senate shall be deemed to consist of three divisions, viz.: Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime Provinces, which shall be equally represented by 24 senators for each division; and v/hereas there was no provision for the creation of additional equal divisions upon the admission of other provinces west of Ontario into confederation, which have at present only fifteen senators, although- ia population,- size, contrlbu-ttoil 10 revenue and represehtatioh' In the Commons they have attained Importance calling therefore for treatment on an equal division, there should be an immediate augmentation of the representation of the western provinces in the senate by increasing the representation to six members for British Columbia, Alberta, . Saskatche- You'll Sleep More Soandly If You Keep Heallby With Dr. Morse's iBdian Root PUls The man or woman with a good appetite, �ound digestion, and bowels and kidneys working right, is never troubled much with tleepJcMness. It is when the boweli become constipated and the liver and kidneys sluggish that the trouble begins. Lazy liver and constipated bowels quickly bring on biliousness, indigestion and tick head-acliet, making a sound, refreshing niglu's sleep impossible. Or the inactive kidneys allow the blood co becon(iet lojided with uric acid, which causes rheumatism, with all its sleep-destroying tortures. Dr. Morse's Indian Root PiUs, taken regularly, induce sweet and dreamless sleep by keeping all these organs active and regular. The headaches disappear, the digestion becomes good again, the blood is purified and perfect health returns. Dr. Monc's Indian Root Pillshwt been  favorite household remedy in Canada for over half a century, and they are in daily use throughout the world. Being purely vegetable they are safe for young and old. Made by W. H. Conistock Co., Ltd., Brockville, Ont., ind sold by all dealers at Z5C. a box. 9 wan and Manitoba, respectively, and for such further readjustment of the representation of these provinces as may be from time to time called for jby reason of development In popula-I tion and Importance. Mr. Taylor argued that It was hardly fair to British Columbia to remain with three members, the same number given her at the time she entered the confederation. He was strongly supported by i Mr. Goodeve. i Mr. Fraser, of Prince Edward Is- i land, declared that his province was | i entitled to four senators and if the 1 government put any value at all on representation In the senate they should at once give Prince Edward la-land her proper number In the upper house. / Sir Wilfrid Laurier said personally and as an individual member- of the House he was In sympathy with Mr. Taylor's plea for British Columbia. When the question was dealt with, however, It should be In the spirit of the B. N. A. Act and a new unit for i the West should be made and determined upon rather than leaving It for Parliament to readjust from time to time. He did not think, however, that In the senate the principle of representation by population stjpuld be followed as In the lower chamber. He would ask Mr. Taylor to withdraw his motion pledging himself to give the matter the best consideration possible. Mr. Taylor consented to this and the motion was withdrawn. GOING CONCERN ^ Well Patronized Butcher Business for sale at a | ^- bargain. For particulars enqu re t L. S. RIPLEY i Tel. 1034 Office-Macdonald Blk. I Ini, I .i.,i..i..|.,i,i.,i..i..i,i,.i.i..i,.H..i..|..i;.H"M' I' I"I"I"I' r I I"I"M-H"W4"t �t-HH->W"I"I"I .1 I..i..M..i..l..M..M..M-'l"l �I"t"l"l- LOOK THIS UP 4 Lots on Bailey Street at $125 each R. V. GIBBONS & Co. i l-^^I�H^^^l^^'^^I^^^�I"^^^�^I�.^�I.�I�I��^.I��^�I.�^�^..^�I��I�^�^�^�^i^��I.�^.�H�^a^^l�^^^^ Two 40ft. Lots in Riverview, on water and] s^wer $800 each, easy terms ^ At UlTDT IT T\/irC. STAFFORD BLOCK ^ �r\L/OIL/iV 1 IL� 1VILfI-I"H"l"H"I..I..l..l..|.f RAYMOND BOARD OF TRADE MEET % FIRE INSURANCE 1 ; The C. B. * > AGENCY j� Acadiii Building. Phonn 2M X Raymond, Jan. 10.-A meeting was ,'called lust Monday night for the purpose of re-organl7,ing the Board of Trade of the town. This Institution has bt'en practically dead for some time, but tlie people now realize that the town hag been at a serious loss for some time, and a goodly number of citizens turned out to the meeting. It. A. Gillies was eloeted president. He Is a pushing young man of marked .ability and bis election to this position is looked upon with general satisfaction and the people expect the Hoard (if Tiado will make progress under liis leuderalilp. K. B. Sloan was i rc-eiectod secretary treasurer. He wii.s a very eiricienc scribe last year and wuH honored with the position jaKain tills year. The council of the � Hoard of Trade ia composed of some 'very good business men with C. VV. Card as chairman. It was decided to hold the meetings at the lunch hour instead of in the evening as formerly. BIG FIGHT FOR SALT LAKE CITY Salt Lake, Jaii. 18.-^A contract was signed today by Tex. Rlckard and the management of the Salt Air Beach Co. for the use of the bicycle track arena at the bathing resort as the {scene of the Jeffries-Johnson contest on July 4th. The management of the Salt Air resort agrees to remodel the arena and provide for the seating of 50,000 spectators. BABY BLISS IS INSANE Peoria, Jan. 18.-Leonard Bliss, better known as "Baby" Bliss, at one time supposed to be the largest man in the United States, was brought from his home in Bloomlngton last night to the Peoria hospital at South BartonvlUe, hopelessly Insane. Bliss weighed 525 pounds when placed on jtiie scales at the asylum. During the bicycle oi-aze ho rode a wheel over tlie United States and Europe as a demonstrator of the make of the ma-cliine. He is 37 years old. House on Torrance Avenue one block from railroad, five rooms, eiectriclight and water. $1,700. $100 eaah, balance $30 per month Rumely Gasoline and Steam Engines, Coekshutt's Engine, Gangs and plows, Drills, Buggies, Wagons j^n-* Cm'! lin' of rni'^"1�rry The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. ;