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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12., THE LETHBJRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, June 10, 1911. The Canadian Parliamentary Delegation To The Coronation Of King George V. (By JAMES MUIR; M.A.) Copyrifct 'Publiihert PreM, Montreal. ;B. UWalt: Sir bowall and Hon. James A. Lougheed, The Commons George Ewan McCraney. Ralph, Smith Michael Clark, Hugh Guthrie, Dr. H. S. F. B. Car veil, John H. Sinclair and Alexander B. Warburton, Hon. John G. Haggart. Hen. 'George E. Foster, Charles :A. Ma- Brath, H. B. Ames and Dr. J. AV. Dan- iel, Conservatives: of these men arc ex-Premiers, The Canadian Parliament will be chief Juitice of the Supreme ;young country' that has within ao at the Coronation of King k'ourt, and Mme of the other justices short a space of time become such a George .by delegation of five sena- jwlU be.present at the Imperial fun- force in the commercial world. Mackenzle Bowell and Mr. War. and thirteen The ciion: "7, to Parliamentary delegation will include both Liberals! Thu trill be the most responsible _ Proper, however. The Senators choe- and of the for- representation of Canadian public en are: Hon. Robert ttstspn. Kon. and seven of the latter. The par [Me that has'been gathered together Lawrence G. Power. Kon. Joseph P. llamentary be in ;on one-mission, and when the Prov- addition to the envoys of the gov- iincial delegates, and representatives who will probably -be Sir j of. the military and naval forces of Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. W. S. Fielding, jthe Dominion are added, the whole Hon. L, P. Brodeur, Sir Frederick Bor be most and well den. and Hon. Geo. P. Graham In addition to, the political delegates 'it 'is likely that: Sir Charles Fitzpat- calculated to show the Empire at power and magnitude of the j Mr. R. L, Borden (Whose public duties proiubit his a: tending- the Coronation Hon. W. S. Fielding burton. Sir Mackenzie, the son of j an English carpenter, is still hale and hearty and effective at the ape of SS. He came into parliament in 1SC7 v.-itb tile reputation of being good news- paper man, and as the qualities which go to make up a gceti journalist, us- ually make a good politician, he was early a success in parliament In i he entered, ,'liie cabinet of Sir jJohn Macdonald. and in lS94x succeed- jed Sir John Thompson as prejuior j j'Uanada. A year before this- he had 'been elevated to the Senate.. He re- J the premiership in 1S9G. and j jfrosi tbut tiaie until 1POP he was lead- i ;Gr of the Opposition in tbo ;Upper: i House. His successor in that posi- i uon, Senator Lougheed, has never j'been a member of the Commons, ;but j is an effective parliamentarian, :and one of the biggest figures today j ,in Western Canada. Watson is also a Western- jer. In the parliaments of 1882" t'o 1SS7 i ihe had the distinction of being the on- i- !ly in tho House from. the coun itry of Lake Superior. He re-; .signed from the Fenrrni House -inj to becutae a minister- the y administration ot.-VAfanito j -a. ESSTI Reeves Double Cylinder Cross Compound Plowing Engines Built for Plowing. Powerful, Economical, Convenient, Durable I1TI A Long lived, easy steaming, Alberta Special boiler of great capacity VffjV Cross Compound-economy all day. long-great reserve "power for J emergencies. No dead centre. Starts a- heavy load slowly No shocks to gearing and shafting Massive steel gears running in oil in dust-proof cases Direct transmission of power without either clutch or idle gear All tlie conveniences but no troublesome traps, A long record of success in this district That's Why! Reeves Compound Steam Lift and Hand Lift Plows-tho quality. Prompt deliveries assured. Address T BOX 2000, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Speaker of the Sen- j is recognized as possessing "the, jaqst in 1901. refined judgment and massive Commons representatives in- llect, and is respected for the ;loftyi da seme well-known public men. .'Principles that dominate his life and aotecl or them is Hon. Geo. conduct. ,v Foscer, Canada's most able debat- j A very distinguished member is He vrr.s sumnjonec! to the r Senate :Gr anil orator. Jlr. Foster is still in ;Hugh Guthrie, No one iu the Liberal n and is regarded as a most use- tne- prime of life, and his utterances party, outside or inside the Cabinet, r! p-r-o'ic man. 'iack-none of the vigor that character- except Sir Wiilrid Laurier and Sir Casgrain belongs, to one .-ized hira when he was a young mem- Alan Aylesworth, is so impressive. c.'ir oldest. French familieg in, Ca- ..oer Sir John A. Macdonald's cab- 'nig deliverances always command the is father, the late P: ;inet He is well-known as a public i attention pi" both sides of the House, P.. for many years the spea'rcer in England, where he has j and his appointment to a portfolio eral elected belo'.v .Qneonc. caniosighed on behalf of Mr. Cham- jcannof long be delayed. jn's Imperial fiscal policy.. Kalpa.'Smitlv'a Socialist, of Nanai- ROYAL HdTEL Best family hotel'in Nelson, Nicely furnished .rooms, with bath. per bed; 35c per meal. J. S. 8ARRATT, Prop. B. C. I.irg'e His services in parliaiiient. of rcnsirlenivile value. st.or Power is c'J proir.iiii-nt" jiiirt In 'ike I-oizse. H> and cam be entertaining well instructive the heavi-; problems coufronting SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Sxuidial, June Farmers Un- n was well represented in the Sun- dial School, and on June B a repre- sentative from each union .will meet t the Kogers-Cunnlngham Lumber Frcbably the ncxr most distinguish- -mo. Is an Englishmau. He possesses office in LethbHdge, to see what ed commoner of the delegation is a marked attainments, and is regarded theyv-can do. And on June 30 they parliamentarian, Charles A. a tower of strength to the govsrn- a coupie Of speakers to deliv- .Viagrath. Although he is only in his ment in the He has tiiird session, he already occupies a strong" religious convictions, and is commanding position. While not re; an authorrTy on matters pertaining to as a great orator as yet. he industries and latbor er addresses in the Sundial school .house. Lew and Jim Cutler arid sister Mies Grace Cutler, spent Sunday at the ll. B. Ames, of. St. Antoine, Montre- ilsome of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barnes. 'ui, is sji authority on financial qnes-1 Mrs. B. G. Dunn called on J. has proved of infinite on to Mr. Borden, .his leader, in crit-' Walter -Matlius is 'busy these days icixing on ilie public piatforra many breaking for his bro'Uie.rs-in-law, the oi" the actions of the. government Dur Dimes, of Barney P.' O.- ing .the last general election; cam-i Miss, Cora Matthews visited at her paign he adopted the method of sister's, Mrs. Bert of Turin, seating his statements to -audieaeies by means of lantern views, wMci.earn Frank Griffith is busy these; days e'i for a witty newspaper Ceding for Charley Carver, of Lone man' the soubriciuet of "Diogenes." Star. A. B. Varburton, ex-premier of frince Edward Island, and also an ox-' judge, is another of Canada's strong men." Of .a generous, kindly .disposf- tion. he has commanded the complete confidence of both sides o? the House. As chairman of the public accounts ,risitod at 'committee., -that most trying of all G. W. Logan is" breaking' for Nels Sanders, also Mr. Biirnhani., 'James' Griffith .and Dr. Woodcock were Taber -callers on Monday. Clarence now boarding at the home of Jno. Gibson. Dr. Woodcock and- Engen Hurch's, at- Lone. Star, on organi.valions, he has given general satisfaction. Mr_ Mrs_ Custard Miss -Clara and Grandpa' Hon Senator Casgrain A.-Magrath, M. P.'tor Wedicine Hst BANKRUPT STOCK FOB SALE The undersigned have a boot and ft'aoe, ttock in the City of Lethbridge, valued at about S6500, foriiaJe.- For 'further particulara coiunjunicate THE TRUSTS GUABANTEE CO., LTD.. A.G.ROSS, Manager CALGARY, OR MESSRS. IVES A. BALL, LITHiRIOGE, ALTA. Mention" cf the public, accounts com- ed on Friday, to spend three weeks imitiee calls to" mind Dr. Daniel, of St. at the home of their Mrs, N. B- From a Conservative B. G. Dunn. jpoint of riew he has done splendid j Wm. Bartlett was a Leth-bndge call- work. .In that Committee He may he !er on Monday. .regarded as one of the best all round j Mr. Ingrain's mother is. spending a imer; in parliament, and takes an ac- 'few -weeks at his home. I tive .interest, in. all" questions that ef- C. E. Ingram called on Secrist's on ifect the public welfare. [Sunday. i _ i A strong robust Liberal from New Brunswick is F; B. Carvell. iHe if one of the mainstays of his par- 'ty in the East, and is frequently meh- tiers ed as a Cabinet possibility. He iis a good lawyer, and has warm i friends amongst' the politicians of sides, J. H. Sinclair, of Guysboro, has com Imanded attention, because of his thor- ;ough knowledge of ciuestions affecting .the Maritime provinces. He is a ;hard -worker 'and. takes great pains to acouaint himself all matters be- fore the Hotzce. Geo P. A MUCH WANTED MAN Winnipeg, June Krefenko, wanted for 'breaking jail in Prince Graham, Miniiter of S8lC" WaS released froin The Burglary Season Hag Commen ceJ PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY By having a burglary insur- ance policy good company For particulars apply to ASQUITH LINDSEY Brown Block Phone 1183 Ken, M Brodeur, Minister of Marine and Hon. Geo. Foster, Old War Hone of the Conservative Party' btony Mountain -penitentiary and will at once be taken back to Prince AiBert to serve his unexpired term. He was sentenced here some three years ago for robbing a bank cashier I near Plum Coulee and it la alleged he I in so wanted in Dakota and Minne- sota, where cftveral robberies to him. Used in Canada for over half a century in every corner of the world where people suffer from Constipation and resulting Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, higher in public estimation than any others, and their ever- increasing sales prove their merit Physicians prescribe f L. G. Powtr' H. 8. Ames, V. A., M. P. for St. An- toine Keep Your Eye on the BLUE STORE A Surprise In Store For You 514 Our Phone No. is 514 ;