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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S THK LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, .Time 1913 Big Grant to C.N.R., Price Paid Toronto Liberals lor Opposing Western Farmers front papoi the conclusion ft the debate live i its common sioci to ll.e far valw ot other amemlir-raU were r-ou-j by'seveo the oppoMtl.T., it.-j jit Altboujh to: on il.r market at rlared'o'Jt oi oi'Ifr 'te srMtoi. present this stc-.k of >alue and four on tee cri.'.-.il th-it ttfy :luch- would a Jfaet lo quoition oiosr, -.id Mr. Cocb- usiors o! t'rc jrant follows 'Iho) M'! of 1.1 s-'iLv.l} .ill in :tc not b> tii This lul- llul it. ruiU- 'roller pr.ti roy.iiml li-f of the i Hi Mr That -is.a i tWi i.f !l.c jiil lo crjotrd rfiinP.irii to ivnirol by llj lion tnr ati -i frant Olncr i'M L> the jsjraiH1. >vhat reasoa eiisteil justifiinj; .rJ Md as to wbrther iu doing aid so it wis jFSisting this uansconti- o.ia I l.ental lo a srre.-uer extent otl'er irnaan'r.liner.tal roads Con- h.id hern to this and ro-.tlusic-n reached lhat the action was fair towards tLe Canadian. N'crtherii railway. A comparison 'eoulu i.ot te with the C.r.It., Ic.said. because the assistance that ihe rojd rcceiicu on an aHo- dinerent 'basis. land proved a tremendous bonus, but was no! considered much cf an .____ tbe tine. Monthly grants mprmi by tfc, i I riouJiLs lo o'.hcr rly K. M ll-'ll.ti: ol "rtcJulM lie Ir.-ijht Jill's ejst n: be made between the casts ibf and the C.N.li. The jiiven to the nr (Tnrnk 1'aciiir statjil to be ol for thc lor Itotal of 56-, the t; i! Ihe TCE slK-'-id le re- wad MnerStar.din? thai i.iipl.1 It u-u-.ed bonds ci tbr BMUrn seotioil seco-.d t. lOuO Scan in rtspcct to tEe r.. h.lU, iwo run.rr. lo earn i teresl c.n thc 's bonds for 'ithe mountain section e Rating to the company by reason o! the government having constructei ;lhe section given to tbe and Tl'n lhe tr- to Mr use' U'JI- was starltd it could cot be checked, doubted it. I The premier stated that wtfn it 1. D. Scully Says the Train has Been a Distinct Success JS09 ihere -was iurther aid in shape of a loan oi The Ex-Minister Icame to a thoico as between a k.an lion George l.raiiam said tlat or a subsidv thc had de- he toot no issue M-ilh the nnance to ch-oosc ,liC alte minister in awing raitroaas. Parlia-1 livc. a loan vm walcl, the gov- inent had done much for other roads tlantul wo.jij ask lor se- and he thought it was worth it the laife security nreded the country, lie said that when the Would render tf.c government' respon- G.T.I'. ivas completed the- country siUe (ol tbe [utulc fiaaccbg Uie would on-n miles ol the higti- roaj. Mr. German, of Welland, said that .cd reaiiiaj no'o! to apjiy to ibc m nA subsiaits Ottawa to (Uanil Trunk I'ac.t.c 011 the san.e; stanlev to condltu-ns in m litrs be-, Vort fiecn east and cs he hid YlsMCK to Kainv Rivf pnsrd in conorction with tlic- C.N.K. Vancouver. lesoluiicn out of ruled order arrt thc the! ISO.OOO cash subside propos- total Eubsidj- or "si. standard of road on conti- nent Although it leased to a company ret the litle ivas in the the government had daoined by the faint praise it been had name of thc Dominion gorercoient. IeceUed at the hands of the prime As lar as he he was 'minister. A speech more inconsistent prepared to do something lor the C., witn proposai bcine madc lo 'the XK. at the present time. The ques- hoU5e haQ probablv never made tioa was-low or uliat company was asking lor lavors j rioubf nau p acr prime minister. 't i "Speak shouted Mr ed JH.010.0DO, was lelt ovrr tn'il thc 101395 is'taken up Mr' The Liberal Chieftain liara pointed out that the opposition had irsovcJ Tour anienjmeau to ths i hlr HiUnd Laurlcl sald that Trunk Pacific loan ti'l 01 i l far as he could see the only reason 1S-C3, one oi hcinj propcsrd hv flven ltc P'oposad assistance to th: premier. 'iie had resoluticn regarding thc thus far deaH wlth as BWirs to the Tcatislianiiai and Nor- as the other steal railways tJnm Ontario railroad zat.m regard (he Dominion. This aiEununt he to tbe increase of par railway not as of ..any strength, mail clerks were passed rr.d the ti'h j construction uas becoming on thrm inlrcducrd.-The house as time on. II luse at a m. .-cost more to bunu the pioneer road, v !tli? Canadian Pacific railwav, than it I Ijt. L. -S. II. UHl was a good time to ask of" llaltoii, aciuis "the .thing m return. There ftere no fig- ifioor ftr; ihe hdusp; ures to prove tLat the C..VR. n'eed-i ed aid: however, he" said that as 1 c to: Knlfnj[ West tbe baS iiEted its and credit nith the C.X.R. it could not aflord to Jet the cnterpr 52 col -Mr- Graham stated induced thc minister of finance an' that thcVv'emmeat t akcad- othcriToronto, Liberals t vantage of thc present opportunftr !5fin against rcciproc to insist on ttc Canadian Northern hc t piaciDg its transcontinental come to Ottawa Canadian Xorthrtn nilway of so-ne Hied from have -a statement ss to "the aid r.Keti hud today." already been given to the C.X.R. and j if to the Grand TrunV Pacific. present he sa.d, were ccunlr> it he paid m th? buihl-fhrought before parlianfcnt 'a siate- line Montreal to Vjuicouicr and m iiecUo.i with ihe Toronto OU -line. The subsidy vould be diiidet follow s: ing oi line from mcnt ol its afiairs so tbat the couc- tuon .the- justifii-aUoir for gTantin6 thc Hc said zs, the C P-R. came before parliament in I 1SS1 it presenteti such statements for the 310 miles relwrcn Ottawa arid ftankly toH tl.c country that the Er.il Port Arthur ih; rnts ol would unless it iite a very au they uaii ueigro, atia just y lhal much is the west cointnted .ore solidly.Tiiiii mo east. The train made a marked1 impression on the IlUens of LetbbriJge. Lusti }var ll ttracted them lucre because of its (nelly. This year people of all lasses we in 10 learn. "I am lery fatiaHed uitb the rip so PAfd II. D. ucder vhose direction the train Jj being mn hrbugh the pratrio provinces. "Our (tendaoces been.'much greater ban last 3 ear, and the I merest more Thlnps are 'riiDulfls- more in fact tho rip Is a success from every point of The exhibits from lhe forly-tno fac. cries reprPScnled are most varied haracler. Everything !s shown, from he Kindle lo thc latest in weapons of war, the'Iloss rifle, mark 11, two from the Hoss factory in Quebec. One of (he features of the train ear lb.e advertising eihibU o( he Ontario sovernmeni, showing jirodncts ant! honey. It seemed ratter peculiar lo the people of the that Ontario should ne niherthing In the fvest, when Onlarlo considered one of tbe richest fields of eruifirallon to the There was one noticeable featuro of ihe exhibit which augure well for ibe Ontario fruit market in the Alt fruit uas shonn ID boxes, as it is packed In B. C- and the gcntleraan in charge Informed lhe Herald thai more and more of Ontario's apple crop would be packed this way for ship raent to Ibe west.' The day of the barrel about done. List of Exhibitors The exhibitors m the train [bis year were: Smart-Woods Ltd., Montreal, lumber men's and contractors' clothing out fits, Jute and cotton bags, tents, i twine, iope, Dominion Teitife Co., Ltd., Montreal, c'otto'n' prints Penmans Ltd, Paris, hosiery sweaters, underwear, knitted goods Canadian Cottons I Montreal, cot tons, sheetings. flanceleltes, etc. Montreal Cottons Ltd I -Montreal an ValleySeld, cottons, linings, colore ducks; Ames-Holden-McCready. Ltd Montreal, boots and shoes; Ross RIM Co. of Canada Ltd., Quebec, rifles guns, etc.; Rock City Tobacco Co Ltd., Quebec, cigars, tobaccos, cigar Co. of'Can ada. Ltd., Montreal, paints, oils an rarnlshes; Tooke Bros, Ltd.. Men real, men's furnishings; Ko. dak Co, Ltd, Toronto, kodaks, cam era supplies, etc.; John Morrow Sere t Xut Co, Ltd nuts ficrew etc; Uuntop TJre t Rubber 'OoocL Co., Ltd, Toronto, rubber goods o all kiads; Imperial Oil Co. Ltd, fa- ronto, oils and oil products; National Cash Register Co., Toronto, cash re- gisters; Cromplon Corset Co. Ltd, Toronto, corsets; .1. J. Ltd., Toronto, roda fountains and sup- plies; ,Iohn McPhereon'Co. Llrf.. Ham- ilton, bools and shoes. Arlington Co. of Canada Ltd.. Toronto, collars, cuffs, combs, ceHulold products; Crown Hut Co. Ltd., Gait, hats; Cacada Ftrrnlture Mfra. Ltd, Woodstock, furniture; To- ronlo Carpet Mfg. Co. Ltd Toronto, carpets, Dominion Oil nbleuia, oroato, JJjscm Klsch Ltd., s. iiiauo-playerii. etc.; ousolidated Opllcdl t'o. UO Toiou- glasses. U-issw. Christie, Uroivu Co. 1-U Toronto, tst-ults; UAVICS Co. Ltd.. meal packers; t'ure Mfg. Toroalo. ilavoring eAiracts. ug powder, etc.; Clare Co. ,ld I'rcstou, stoves and ranges, fur- ices, Steel Co, of Cauada Ltd, latalltoQ, steel products; Ontario ilairv inmlurls. fruit and ouey; Ocorge Ltd., Turoulo. uIis; Alaska' Co. Md.. YJuujpcg. bods, bedding, etc.; "rouo Scaps Ltd Winnipeg, uinep, Canncrs Ltd. Hssulliou, cacncJ goods; KobEu fooj Kfour Mills Lid-, Moose Jaw, Itutman Lid sraiihera; tJre.il SaJdlery Co. Lt J WEnnipeg, harness; North- rn Kletrlc A- -Mfp. Co. Lid., .MonlrfAl. tec trie fioods, telephoiies, Can1 ilian Tuncsiei; Lamp Co. Hamilton, .NV-Lite" electric lamps; lirandou In- itElrI.il Hurcau. Brandon, plioiog-nipb- c display of Hrauiion rjanufacturlug ntcrprjses. Motion Pictures a Feature As the crowd left lhe (rain altt-r lark thty were greeted ultn moving pictures depleting the resources of Canada "Inch make the faciortca pos- Ibte. The pictures ap- preciated as ihey'sbonfd scenes froin he- old on trie far Atlantic to the activities on ilie western slope of the Rockies. The motion p'hotosraphy was a feature. Interesting Paragraphs About Train 1 WRITE MY COREJPY And Entirely To.Taking "Fruit-a-llw" lU'tL1. Qi'K DEC. 1909 "For I lie jast I had paiufLil atlacts ol 1 couM !sot tlineal isiy. fool Bn-1 caiiicil tliu .iconizing pain iu my stoniarh.i I ?.lso luO Tearful attack o: Coiistlpitioii and 1 lu.J of lUelxmfelj iveeii." me for tivo- >eari atui me all ti nils of medicine but tliJ me no good. My ueiyjit cune PS I to UVe'tlieni, I fell better. (I jtcrsisttil in the tfeatincnt and to my great joy, I alcadily Now I feel weigh 115 am! liiis U uioie llian I ever wcig-ieJ my illness. s I attribute cure solely and cnlirfly lo and can prai-e liicni too nucli for life. To all wiioiuflcr fioni tij.alion, I rrconimeinl is a luiraculoijsrenieilv" MRS. ANDREW STAFFORD. 500 a box, 0 for Jj 511, trial size 2jC.' At dealers or tires Limited, OlUvra. it) connctiEmi with a c! given lo ll.c 1'rov.s Xcsi IJass r.iil-" read. Mr. Oliver ilicn n-fftinl to the re- solution pasard liv U.c board uf u.iilc calling upon tiiu gov- ernment to make a bargain lot ral-s in ifie west in coiincctioij uith aid given; tlie C.N" R. Thc speciil uill througU (tie of 10 superintendents and ix ger.eral supcrlutcndeuts. The weight of the engine and four- em cars exclusive of (be exhibits, s S10 Ions. The length o( lhe round trlji Is 6000 miles. Throughout liSe IvfUn there are fiTe 'mdred ir.caDdeicent lights. la thc round trip there will he 55 changes of engines. The total length ot the train Is 975 Col. C. A. Smart o! Montreal accom- panied the train to AVInnlpeg. The value of tbc train exclusive of the exhibits is The Made in Canada train will make 121 stops in 52 days. The nverage tinio'iaken by vfcilora to view the exhibit JS rninutfs. look forward to the. said D. McXiccll, Uce prcstdenl of thc'C. P. R, the west will genJ to the east trains similar lo the Made-in- Canada Visitors to the train can moke a Trip, acTCfs Canada through the oshibits and the moving picture films .which depict the 'citizens of Canada engaged in their various vo- The Made-in Canada exhibition con- slFts of rngine and fourteen cars aa folloiYR: Ten ccutaining Cacadiin pro. ductF, an entrnnce car with dynamo, machine shop and baggage room, a diner and two sle'epers. So great-Has the crowfi In Toronto that a lady i In business proposition. lie presumed that, as the govern- ment would COTFEES BRAND iy THE CM railway1 of one hundred to one hun- dred and fifty millions. I Hc saw on the order paper a reso- I lotion providing for a loan for j to lhe G.T.I'. Jle wouM lik1 to ask the uhy il made a loan in one case and gave 'a cash subsidy in Minister's Ileply Mr U'hitn that he regarded (thc question as a very proper one. j The transportation aueslion in Can- was as old as confederation in 'fact, political confederation could ,tiate been hro'Jght to pass except hj ;hirtrting together the fo-jr scatlerc-J Paris of Canada. It a task that novcn.nient liail fotccl how lo .pro'-i'Jc lhe transportation for thi! iDominiruL nith its stretch of tcrri-' Itory four ihojsar.d niiles from ocean lom'jan. I Mr White tluii renew oi! th I; anJ the Grar.d TrunV. I'atifx The CM'.- H., he said, had teceiuii in capital and acres of i land valued then at from or.e dollar i to a and a hall an acre, and which Iiart sir.C" out to te! svorlh Referring to the Grand Tmak Pa- cific, Mr. satrl that Sir Wil- Lauricr Feomcci to have forgot- ten tthat fie iJid in Hi was a convenient habit N'd railroad j company in Canada h.nl ever I.e n or millions miznt tc of at the end of the line loofe minutes (o reach the cnlrance, and Cloih Co. Ltd., Montreal, oil doth. 25 minutes lo so through the train. methods in corning before parliament i stone's ciery round ol rail without a line of correspondence w a line of correspondence the cotnpanj. Hon. Frank OJiur Hon. Frank Olner, uho followed, h> the C.S R' was hauled thc Grand Trunk Pacific. They uerc not developing one fool ol new ter- 01 thc whole route from Ed- said lhat an apology apparently vaslmonlon lo Porl Mann there was tnisr 1 i c' juuinvii KI f-uci ,'iann inctc was some use n complelmg thynlsr- Ulraosf necessary speak on Ihis'u no miles through new lerritorv. rise and i[ Jlacknrte anu Mann ann subjccl. II aid war, it should Hie Grand Trunk Pjuific. n to rales. TNis'was dor.e hj the late The Made-in-Canada Train Which Exhibited Here Yesterday Winnipeg. June skyscraper1 i dcparinientfil probably the fm-' est in America, ten stories in height', costing nitti its site, is to be bulk on Portogo avenue, by the Hudson's Bay Recording lo aK announcement tnaJe by Herbert K. Unrbrldge, stores commteslojier, has just returned from England. The building will he erected on the corn- pans 's million dollar site between Col- ony anrl Vatighan streets, "wiJI be feet high, anci provision will be ma'd'o for additions later, if: rendered neces. eary. The work on the new store Is 0 ho M commenced at once. It will fae tome- what iimllar In design to v3 gary store now nearlng complelton. f] There be twenty-four arres of. floor space, when the building P is completed, wtil have one hundred departments. CommiEEloner Hiirhridge, diFcuaslns 'i ther plans of the company, In 'con- necfion with (he Western Canada ex- "j ensionn, literaUj' talked in despite lhe alleged financial ?fcnu'y. The cost erf Hudson's Bay store buildings In Western Canada, either In course of; conslnictlon or to he erected, will total Irom o Tho commissioner an- nounced that the company will pro- ceed with the erection of Victoria, B.C., store, will cosl including the Bile. It "will Mluateil on lhe old John's Church properly. It will be four stories In height, end ev, entually raited to eight stoilea The contract h.ia heen let for tha Vancouver store the eicava. tiona being almost comjileled. Tlila building will cost, with KB site, nj1 prosimntcly The rear por- tion, 120 by 150 feet, nlll be first er- ected, after which the front portion be torn and (he rear pw tion carried forii The v. hot ftlll te ten slories a'nu 7'Iy- facerl with (ena colla. The 00 0, Blorles, -te raiEcrt to ten stories At Kdmontjn an eiira story Is lo be placed on 'fie old h-iiM- ing, a eh-storey estcrEloA now in tlic course of ronsifiictlon. A five- slorcy narehcuae will also be built there. Another new announcement is lhe fact that tlie company has no A organ- a construction dejiarlment. Thi fiist ?ork on Ihls deparlinent will bo the b'llldlnj; of the sloro. It will also Imllil a a[ YA- monluii and a at Calory, to In connection this depa'tn'-ent, tbc (ompany purchiscil 'A ami rtoor factory complete at Calgary. The Calvary store, 11 2nO.- 00, r.ow almoit complied lo Its six Ka-nrn-Co laxatives arcdilfcreiitin tint tlicy