Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, Jiuie 3, 1010. v> 1 'A, A Page H o 4> Ui WE COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENTS If you cannot find a lot to suit you In the list below we have plenty .of others that we would be pleased to show you. BUILDING LOTS DUFF ADDITION ;Block 22, faces Cutbill St. t Block 23, faces Block 20, faces Burdett Block 21, hots 39-40 ;.Ulock 25, Lots 23-24 .f 400 BRUCE STREET f l Lots 9 and each CUTBILL STREET fc Block C, Lots 92-96 inclusive each Block (5, Lots 99-100 each LONDON AND ERNEST 'Block'ABJ GLYN STREET t' South'of CourUaud, 34x125 REID STREET v 1 Lot 1-2 x ERNEST STREET Two level lots at each' WESTMINSTER Block 26, Lots 32-33 each splendid lots near' Argyle COUTTS Several good lots close in for In addition to the'above we have the best lots in Blocks 128, etc. What "do you know about these for factory sites. See the spur track running alongside of them. v400 feet Iddington. Ave. North Lethbridge, lots 7 to 17 inclusive. We a special price of Easy terms. Our car will take you over these, at your request. The Dowsley-McMillan Lend Co. Suite 205, SlerUck Bldj. Cir. -Bedpath Clyn Sts. 544 WE COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENTS HOW LEGAL MEN ARE REGARDED IN PARLIAMENT The legal contributes, more largely than any, one other .call- ing practised in the country to the membership .of the House of Commons and many oHts representatives are re- markably able men, Nevertheless it Is true to say that the House as a'whole does not view the constitutes so large a "proportion of its member- ship wUluauy especial degree of favor, 'thing the accusation is com- monly brought.against the legal mem- beis on both'sides that they speak, "from a and not from the depth of; those sincere convictions which 3'eir lay': confreres 'mo'destly assume o animate themselves. is undeniable that ne majority of them bring with them h House something of .that in- efinable air of the courts, which, vhenever'i they, rise to speak, suggests' he rustiuig of their gowns, and that' hey employ, in their speeches, a' lab; red style of argument, how- ever, effective too often merely hores the House.- Of theimany front rank barristers in he present-House of .commons, there are but two of-them who can also be considered Parliamentary debaters anc! platform speakers of the very, front One of these is and the other is Mr. Smith--the eminent young lawyer whose re-election for the Walter division of Liverpool, by a laV majority, at the last general election CASH TO "NICE MAN" een-montn-old baby caught sight of the new green bills and set iip a cry for them. To hush him she gave the tot the roll to play with, she says; and then Infant Takes Mother's Money Into Street on Stranger- O., May D, Gululsan, living on Race street, :rush- k ed breathlessly into Police Headquar- ters and told a story to Detective Chief Crawford that reminded ,him much of the homage paid by' the "Newly weds" to their'baby. Mrs. Galulsan went to a butcher's shop to pay a 20-cent meat bill. She gave the butcher a flOO bill and re- ceived ninety-nine foils 'and 80 cents in change. The butcher wrap- ped the roll with a rubber band. When Mrs..Galulsan-arrived home-tier eight- forgoj; it. "King grabbed his hew-fouud plaything and toddled ou to ".the street with it.'. minutes later the mother missed him and run ning out, came across the .child play ing on-the sidewalk minus the roll. man, he chucklec when she asked what he did with thi money.'1 The police are looking fo the "nice man." An automobile factory stari ed at Prescott, Ont, by U. S. con Popularity at a Bound. At a single bound he achieved the, height of popularity in his own party, for even among will tell, and marked as his is not often met was com- paratively 'ho aristocratic lineage, without great possessions, and he was, elder Pitt once put it "guilty of the atrocious crime of being young." And yet, In spite .ot these ncrone who knows anything of the inner workings of the Unionist party can to disregard scored an'ihBtantancous and emphatic success.-1 conceivable Unionist must be given office, and.fce has Been -In Parli ment but four much less per- iod' than it, took .Disraeli "or Gladstone o rise to equal prominence either in he House or in the country. At" Oxford, he had ho't" merely a dis- i Ingaisbed, but a many-sided career, le earned fame athlete, won cern. was a" relief to his friend.3, who' had feared, and a disappointment to pbnents, who had hoped1 de feat. For the Union party ,in parlimeni was very snort of men of ability and particularly short of young men o promise. Arid so he found earl: opportunity of advantageously dis playing his debating powers and fin ora'torical gifts.''- From the" momen that he first addressed the and addressed-it, it'may'be remarked with. a self-.assurance and a disregard of convention unusual in 'so yo.ung a and especially in one making his maiden gained its at- tention', and (perhaps an even harder thing) 'he has held it increasingly ever since.'1 l distinction in the schools, gained pop- ilarity in social circles, and made a _reat.reputation as'a-political debater at ftie Union. And, today his versatil- ty is as remarkable 'as his high intel- ectual powers. y f A barrister in 'large practice, who 'took silk" at anjalmost abnormally early age, an eloquent-, and facile pleader in a! voluminous and profound writer''on '-'international law, an ardent the Church vhlch a maii so combative and so solf- confident was not' slow take ad- vantage. many .other members on both sides'were inclined to woo the Labor- ies with fair words, the young Liver- pool lawyer would have'none' of ouch He denied pclut- blank their title to speak for Labor, in its 'wider sense; at held knows, as only a "first class fiM't- ing can know, how to take, well as hard blows. A Reforminn Tory. It is .Mr. Smith's distinction among; i the Unionists almost -pe of England, so, now that'Mr. Jliamter- is to be feared, permiucntly laid he has known, to touched life at er, and a the rising ian, party. has hope certainly.' parliamentar- jam of-'the Unionist many points and'excels, in" many fields. In his spare mblnentsf he acts as consulting 'editor" of 'thec World news- paper, which" position ierwas induced assum- ed ,that famous journal. Thus "may be said with truth'to be strenuous. i Scoffed'at-Laborites. -Mr. Smith's house of commons 'synchronized the arriv- al of the large -Lalwr party, the re- turn of -which" was suck a marked fea- ture of The La- bor tent members, indeed, to "a great ex ,'-'gave opportunity ot give his Toryism the requisite cemo- cratic favoiing. In his speeches, the overnment's education 'bilfwas Ja nion trqus denial of the inalienable rights of parent to have their' children in- structed in" the tenets of their own re- ligion, and the licensing bill an un- warrantable interference with the lib: ertfes of "Toryism and Reform" is the burden of his song: Toryism and. Tariff Reform, Toryism and Land Reform and 'Social-Reform- Reform of all kinds, and Toryism all the time. "Trust the he ex- claimed in ringing tones, "a people accustomed for centuries to the hand- ling of complex political problems." Here speaks the democrat. though Toryism 'does not always find expression language so" near the sublime, Mr. Smith is only 37 years of age, and with his spare figure, and handsome, boyish, face, -vhe looks at, least seven years younger, but Iw has the cool head and -the assured judg- ment of a veteran. -His audacity may seem to the superficial observer, to, be but the recklessness of youth, b'ut those who "are able to look below the surface, and to discern the man.'be- neath the mannerisms, will'find that it is invariably assumed for a purpose, and is. coupled with sagacity of no mean order. No position, even the highest, in his party, will be ultim- beyond his graspv Earl Grey is to make another tour of the .west this summer before he re tires from his official duties. A GOOD CHANCE For a live "bus- iness Pool Hall Bowl- ing Alley For Sale In a thriving town. Apply GRANT MOIR Real Estate Agents Barons, Alta. The Fort George Tribune says that it is a blessing that wild geese are plenliful near that town, for the inhab- itants thereof can now obtain some change for canned goods.' D 1 T 11 eople lalk Some are talking over the political 1J I 11 situation in this fair province of ours Dill WC Wlbll 10 Cclll FRUIT AND TRUCK We arc selling Uie above in 5 acre blocks at tlier.small price of per acre; per acre cash, balance per acre per nloiilh, without Interest or taxes. We guarantee the land to be oi the very best soil capable of raising; all kinds of vegetables and frnit, and only between 5 and 0 miles from Tort Capital put irrow. Within 12 to .work in this rich cnontry that has railway and water transportation, to develop natural resources, creates wealth, attracts lionicscckers, and causes values to 2 to 18 months land now sold at per acre will jump to or more when transportation reaches Fort George as it will within a short space of time. 3 banks doing business, two more one large hotel going up, several large boats being built for transportation on the natural waterways; nearly a dozen moior cars carrying people to Fort George from Ash all kinds of business. There must be something the country that attracts all these concerns. All this capital which in time will develop Tort George to such an extent that surrounding acreage will be. almost 'beyond price. Jump into this hold for a short time, and you will live to bless the day you invested in Fort George farm lands: Past experience has taught you; if you are willing to be taught, that tfce man who has invested his small savings in nc wcountries and waited for ihat country to develop; is (he man that has made the Why not you! Ask yourself the question. This is no get rich quick scheme buthoiicst, sound speculation. Fort George Land Company Room 12 Armstrong Block, Calgary resentatives WADDINGTON CO.