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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every 'lawful even- .ing at its office, Crabb Street, Leth- Alberta, Canada, AV K Director and Editor. ...y PHONES: Editorial .and 'Department. Advertising, -Circulation and Job Departments': Subscription Rates one year, delivered 14.00 delivered .f 2.00 Dally; ,three7 months, delivered month, delivered 35c Dally; one year; by mail ____ Daily, six months, by mail Daily, -three months, by mail S5c Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, both new and" old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday" in eight pages, and contains a. summary of -the liews of the week, local and district .One year, in advance Sir months, in .advance i ____ 75c Three months, in advance 50c THE DAILY HERALD is on sale at. the following places: Cross Drug and Book Store, J.G. Robertson Go., Johnston Jackson, Alexandra HoteL Young and Co., R. Vf. Hamil- The Lethbrldyc Dally flertid, Monday, July SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In tW world rOCNbtD A.O. 1710 BLCCNTENAIY :010 HOME Orricc t LONDON. ENGLAND t CuadlM Oraack, Sam Aulldlatf. Toroato. H. M. BiacUiaira. Another Large Excursion to I agree upon what is proper either in [would pay better if the charges were land or in money for the increased lower. 1 "'territory of Manitoba. What more can we do? You ihave heard con- stitution, I have read to yon. We'can only increase the territory of Mani- toba -by consent How can we obtain that consent unless, like fair, reason- able men, we meet together and try to come to a conclusion. Wejfailed once to agree, 'but is it the first time .that men have foiled to agree upon the first occasion? Is it not possible that we can "agree? Sir, there is one thing upon which I pride myself, it is that I want to -be fair and just under all circumstances." The post office department has surpluses now that stamps are sold at two cents. It used to have deficits when they cost three cents. Piricher E. J. Mitchell, D. L. ..Taber Westlake Bros. Alberta Drug Book Co. Fertile; Percy Beal. Cranbrook, B. Beattie Atchison. L, Rehiecke. Grasiy Dr. Tughan. Diamond Dr. D'Arc's drug store. Medicine Hat L. M. Northam. FOLLOW LETHBRIDGE. Easterner surprised the Edmon: Wells No Joke. Warner Record. It is no joke about getting water in Warner without going very deep, as Mr. Harper has a well about. 20 feet deep and has a splendid Vein of nice cool water. And, Jim is going after water in his well, too. Since Sir Wilfrid Was West Before. Winnipeg Free Press. The London Times contrasting Sir Wilfrid Laurier s present tottr through the West with his .famous campaign- me t 24th Ulthe industries -would come of themselves. That Is the position the Lethbridge Board of Trade has taken, and people coming to Leth-bridge ex- press wonder that the -city is. grow- ing so -fast, when they cannot see in the city very much to keep the city going. The fact is, that in addition to the very, considerable pay-roll in the city, the great amount of business comes from the rapidly filling up country surrounding the city. That the BoJird of Trade by having follow- ed the course advised the Edmonton Board has had a very considerable, in- fluence In -bringing about .the effects in Lethbridge is generally acknow- ledged. The-Board of Trade of Ed- monton and every western city would do well to follow Lethbridge's example. known to those wio have, made any stiidy of the matter, and have watch- ed his efforts, to keep the question available for political 'capital. In a speech in Manitoba the other day, Sir Wilfrid undertook to explain matters, and showed conclusively that he and his government were not to 'blame for the delay. In part, he said: "Now, what are we to do? Hera werejthe provinces of Saskatchewan, and Ontario, all ciftimtTig 97. ery part of the same territory. They could not agree. Every one did the oest he thought for Ms province. I do not blame Mr. Soblin for ihaving stood to obtain Che best terms he could for his province, or Sir James Whitney for doing ihfl tame or Hon. Walter Scott. But they could not agree, we, therefore, In the session of 1908, Introduced resolutions to suggest to the three provinces in question what Should be a proper div- ision of that "The province of Saskatchewan asked to ,-be given territory north of tie present boottdaxj of Manitoba up to the Hudson's Bay; and I remem- ber veil a speech delivered in this city toy Mr. Roiblin- In wihich le said there was a conspiracy between that bad man Laurier and that almost as bad man Walter Scott to rob Manito- ba of the territory which belonged to it. What did we do? When we i brought in our resolutions, we did not I give an inch of ground to Saskatche- wan at alL .We introduced resolutions stating that the .boundaries of the province of Manitoba should -be the -extension of the present 'boundary of Saskatchewan up to the lat- itude and the whole of that territory up .to the Hudson's Bay we gave to Manitoba. That was the conspiracy. "Now, I am free to make you one confession. If this had been a mat- ter of grace and favor, and not, as we thought, a matter of justice. I would rather have given that territory to my triend, Hon.- Waiter Scott, than R. P. Roblin. I make no 'bones about it. If It had been a matter of grace, Wal- ter Scott would have had it. hut you known, even the devil must have his due, and, therefore. Roblin had the territory. "What about the eastern boundar- ies of Manitoba? I have told you that the pretensions of Sir James Whit- aey, representing Ontario, were that the boundary be put on the Church- Hi river, and that the Churchill river should fee the (boundary between the two provinces. We thought it was not Sair to -Jlanitoba to raring so far .west the .boundaries of the province of On- tario. The province of Ontario made a claim also that if the Churchill riv- er was not admitted as ply to J H. WMteni PlatnWnf O9. R. E. Induftrtal Spuni, Rittimyc, Water Snpplte., Sewerage, Irrigation etc. etc. 211 Sherlock: Block. Phome 14W. C. DE LA and Mining Engineer.. Dominion Land Surveyor. Room 217, Sherlock Building Meeti and thirt HaU at I o'clock. brethren are cordially J. McBRIDE SHmLT, GUS. NEIDIG. W. 8. MANICURING. ETC. IS3 VERONICA Block, Redpath St Ladlea' hair dres- sing and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladles and gentlemen Alta. H. C. C. SALMON la prepared to re- ceive pupils 1m Piano aM Theory 1213 BompM afreet P. o. BOX lit Phone LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. MS, Soni Jif Engiml Benetit Soclet; Meeta In toe OddfeUowa' Hall every flrat and third Wedneaday ol the month at 8 J.-EL For full par. ticurara appij T. A. j. Warrat; FrMideAf. DM. Box ;