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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIBIUDOJE DAILY HERALD Page, 0 Hotfse Very Busy Saturday-Mr. Buchanan oii.job in interests of Constituents I.. P. I'elletre'r in- a day's .Mr.'UMtiii. Ibat Ite Jlf- blill t.Al...r ..n Ili-rlcr TLne had'tetn cumplaiutt, '.said, tbat the land lines tut- give the Matcout messages prompt ItaJis- UUESLOQ in! the mailer had ieeh Ihe tonmiissiOii. tUiiUm lor tu Qtiebec bit- under .con- Ot'Uwa. J at. the rate ol Iliousand dol- lar's i iaio'j'.e, the roaiu estimates, ilfdlt -Aith on Saturday 11.30 il.o house Tbis'taaves lie to. over millions, railway msll'.ODJ sad, Grand Trunk I'acito ot ten' or gulilaiictj cl Sir George Garnfa'J. ,Mr. Buchenan made a pita for mjt- Medicine Hat" a customs port o[ He said Itiit tie city has a population and (B rapidly increasing ia Importance as an centtr. HB aiio adro- catcd tie clait'us of Oleicisn acd Ti- A Revelation of Real, High- Class Quality, "SALADA" TEA. used by Millions Daily, Sealed Packet! Only. KS Biaofc, Mixed and protested a ber to be made outporte (or customs, jdersto'oti 3. vin Jt In the abttutc ol 1tc minister incnibfr in fiiieen million to'be dispostd ol, lolcustoins Hoa. Rogers laldjtcl ictorttd m'Kugli idJiUott to con'sideroV- "'i inclined to think itat v.ere on r.s lictoro the hora' sliould be uisJe a port perfect right tu use rath'er heavy projriia vsat an induttrml xibJrti, uuJer ordinary ctrcuiuitaECei jtet ol iraportincc. mould take weeks, the expactition is. Iraicigraiion Heturns t'1111-that prorogation Uie fas lc ahursday, June, 5. Tin probJtllily n department were talieu up an icter- Ihat Uwhoiae will luxe- to sit until Mlfog in retard long'alter midnight on the flrit ,o cJ fto ConsiJtratiun ol W3iu estimates ot the curaler of (.cs the two new postal stations Wmmpcs cost to Thp cnM'of .he site woulrl feaiarked on the be aJditidnal. Thu voles tbis vcar for Iact that had never so scarce IQ Ontario as at the pres- ent time. In ofiter'to set justice for Ontario it probahly' be necerf- buildinga totalled f fiassano Office Mr llurhanan uriderstaod tl'-atliTie- giving the govern-" to Ecparato the immigration i partmeot 'If6m interior as ILC parrmcDt- irom -tka Jnterior as the jncnl ri free site al'Bjssano, "Alta-r Interior iJejuulLieot' is usually prc- tntl as'tfof when the building would sided western matT: fce V.t. Hegcrs said thai the depart- ing UiU ycr.r. Tie" Diiaisttr go anead vritli the build- -Mr. Oliver tbit fot the drill ball at Kdmoa- necurtd b'jt the estimates' o! Jtoa. lituno Xaabl, minister' ot inland revenue' were taVtn up hy Mr. Cliisriolin, of Antigonish, tiA .a lively fit with the minister orer the dlstnifsal of r.n of- ficer in his countrj ,-'also named-Chis- ___ __ holm. .tract hail not lot. Tiic huiWin- J ,Tho minister, read letter from ftvoultl cost at W00.030 and Senator Mirroir rccomirtemJing the summer, plans were now t'eicg prepared. The would this Mr. Oliver go uicnt Hie iiuporlar.ee1 of liarlug mle- -Mr. Chisholm saitl'ihat this qiute (iuacters at Edmonton for bteach of the rules of parliament aic. Handling ifnirilgtation. Kdmonton one suggfsfrtl reporting-Mr. Xaplc) to the The clisraissal Mr. Uhisli'ofni, in declared thai lie lias asked. lor: a re- turn on ibis dismissal and this let- ter -WS.S not included in 'Hie return. inister's reply the letter be the distnhuting center for immigrants for ttic-J'racc llhcr flis- 1-1-17 ir.p pnutc and and T! the file. as" ucll Hon. P, nsiicd IQ] sonic rther the minister D. MacKcniic then vigorously nccossaiv.-, Medicitic HalMluilUing Mr. Jlogfis inlorTiicd >Ir. BiifMnan! tha'l (he ntw building at j Medicicc Hat wouWYbc erected "tWs' year. On the volea-fm: -Ihc, Rovcmm "felegraph kenicff ?ir-. OIiter-inatTr n Klrong plra .for uicrc.tsed'wire on Ihc lice north from Atha- basca, asked if the nnnuUrvoI .raihyavs'-liad" Im4 any the difTicnl- tiw Marconj company lanrt; Mil. NEWLYWED SALT, T. f pracer lc'4 ire ibout IC'-raifUL nis il.e only Had If JC rail, I v'f-a ti fail BY PRE- MIER ''AND' SIR WILFRID TO LATE MEMBER Ottawa, Ma> the openins'of Hie House this morning, the first Sat- urday eltflnc, feeling reference vr.ns mnrtc by Uie Prime Minister and Ihc the Opposition to the death thSs morning of James "P. Urovn. member for Chateaugmy, for %Q _.Both niadn reference to bia de'voilon parHamenlzry ex- tended sympathy to bis faznllv and friends. ..Therft T.BS brief relerence to ilie subEidles proposed to Ijp given to railways and of preliminarj- no- tice has been given by" resoluiioji. Hon. Frank Cochrano saW. tbat there 110 correspDadencc between the governmeot, and (he Canadian N'oithorn rallway. alI negotiatiojis been ..verbal, s> Ifqn. leave to ithdraw' his for the pv.eyange of letter carriers on eJ Mr. Xlchle of Kingston if liroUncinl. chartered companies co to carry government cmployrrs. The postmaster "'genera) said he. had consulted the .department ot jusUco and Informed that the government- had such Hon. 'Mr, -said lhat the bille he had passed had loeu to com- pel companies to carry inspectors ot the department. The. bin -with- drav.-n for this session but prob- ably come up again aessionj The Ifonse thfn went into committee o[ supply on puolfc norhs esifmatea for _the MarUJme Provinces. HIS BIPLANE OVERTURNED Ohifflgo, .ifaj claimed another today when Co- a joung flier, was killed bv the overturning, of his biplane. When tho v ill of James Ready, brewer, of Fsirvjllc, X. B, was pro- baled it was found that he had left an estate of J6S1.300. The bulk of JiU osUtc goes to his Eloquent Former Leltibridge Man Delighted all With his Sermons Church isas i-oAtltd [o the duors ivrice jesteidav. iaus aud MttliodUls, in ibu of both paaloTF, A. 0 nrjd T. P. Perry, at church drew congrr-p itm; t-t ncrc aueraented. oiiii't to die lact that Jlci'. J. E, Jiuglii-on. o.' MclJo-ieaU Mettodiaj Cliurcb, I-dmuntoii l.v of Cbuicb, oc- thouie which ran ihru-ogh Mr. scrnorif MT. son believes in a rclLgUm niuu ami 'j' not as a tiling to be .u on Ifle deathbed. In his morn fug address, Itoi. Mr. lie told Of Coming' teti IHUe tow ii of sojlj, uf his wroiig viCrv.lioUU ni iliat tir.c. l-o he nbsiorlJE-d the WOSUTII .iinl inmienstv growth of Wtcictu Ca- nada since. Speaking of the bis of the Kev. Mr. shone.! iliai tbo assfnilfation of lliu it-fl-it of pop- ulation to our standards ?ij our ideals was tho grandest nor'x of th? age. On the sUqutdfis of the ciui'ih and the schcol Is p'.jctrd ibe burden, "The HttlQ teaehtr, who ljur home ties and comforts of ihe he declared, "to eon-.c little ilki SLhool houw on the plaius of Western Canada, thc-re to in the minds-of bef lulle fiock ihu Ideals which will thor.i good Ca- nadian citizens they go O'it into the occupies A )-lace la the aehtmo of things js high, just as important, as that of the of day. We cannot do hor too inucli honor" Canada's populaiicn, he is in- creasing at H 'sreater rate than Iliat of Stages orr did at an) lime in her Ijisiort. grfat "nork of today is the assimilation of the for- eigner to our Tins work volvcs on the shoulders of the men and TCoraen living in Wesiem Canada today. Western Canada needs is not Bo rnuc-h Itrge cities, great fields of gratn, anci Tich coal nimcs luefr botindles1; wealth to the world. ItGEC foHon- in Hie order of things. Tim crying ueed of Western Canada today is uicn and TVO- nien vfhose practicai religion in every- day Hfe will act as a leaven on the lives of Uio of thousands coming u our borders ery year. llev. Mr. Jlustiton gave it as his opinion tiifit the balance of population would within a vtry tew jeais be of (he Great L-akes, and as a na- tion is DO greater than He men anil the prcatt.usi of Canada ivoufri depenj ciUiroiy on Ca- nadfarii of their dut> Evening Service In the evening; the micister spoke on "Religion Bury Day." .Kev. Mr. Ih.filiso3 leases iwo from loday large congregation at Edmonton to go (o Grace Cburtjh, one o[ the ImpwEant in tho Weal. Mrs. Hughson and iiufc daughter, Margar- et, he! M'sii old home in Xova Sco'ffa for two months, before taking un his new dulies on September 1, Compensation JliPs Payne.