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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, March WAREHOUSE SITE Tke Best in Town 75 feet on Smith St., with brick building, 50x50 and 24x80 single floor. Price Good terms given. W. R. DOBBIN 310 Glyn Street HON. C.W. CROSS' SPEECH IN REPLY TO J. R. BOYLE The speech of Hon. C, W. Cross, the Atttorney-general, in reply to J. 11. Boyle, member for Sturgeon, is given in full fcelow. It was late when Hon. C. W. Cross rose to reply but in hie of al- most two hours, he held the attention of the House and the spectators, who crowded the hall. In his opening remarks he congratu- lated the junior member for Calgary (Mr. Bennett) and the Tory party of the province in the accession to their ranks in the person of the honorable member for Sturgeon (Mr. And it was with great pleasure that he took advantage of the opportunity of discussing this matter frankly and can- didly on the floor of the House and with the Honorable members of the legislature. The condition of affairs, said, at the times these bargains were made had to be considered in a discussion of these questions. A financial panic had just passed over Canada and the pro- cause of the lack of railways, was the condition of affairs vince of Alberta, especially in the nor- thern part, thousands upon thousands of acres of free land were lying idle, but unavailable owing to the lack of railways. What was the condition in the south of the province. The ex- cellent crops, for there were bounti- ful harvests in Alberta, could not be got to the markets of the world be- This with which the government were, face to face at that time. The member for Sturgeon had talk- ed as if the railways were tumbling over themselves to build new lines. He had lived in Edmonton for eleven years and for six years of that time Edmonton was crying for a railway, but could get none despite the beat ef- forts of her citizens. Then the government decided that an aggressive railway policy was ne- cessary and he asserted that it wns be- cause of the progressive railway policy of the Rutherford government that 22 CHILDREN III 27 YEARS Siowhegan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles DicLry, of Canaan, announce the birth of a daughter, their twenty second child in twenty-seven years. JJiclccT nuimccl i fourteen years of and Mr Dickey Uie sarae specifications was only a few years her senior. Ing used for the three lines guar M M HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Lots on London, 1300.00; corners On Mary and Beatrice south of London, These are the best offered yet and their value will increase more quickly than any other part of the city. These will not last long. much of the prosperity'of the province was requiting. Fertile Northland Unopened In referring to the Alberta and Great Waterways railway the attorney gen- eral pointed out that south of the Sas Icatchewan river there was hardly a free homestead in the country. The government then would have been rec- reant to its duty had it not done something to open up the vast acreage of unoccupied hut fertile country lying to the north. On the public platform in the last campaign he had said that instead of population or so in Edmonton there would be a hundred thousand, and in Alberta instead of ithere would be a million with- n the next few" years. And this he stil believed would bo the case if the railway policy was carried out as it vouJd be carried out by the Ruther- 'ord administration. Hon. .Mr. Cross outlined the great mineral wealth of the country north of ?ort McMurray.- In that .country he relieved there would be a miner.al velopment such as had never seen before in Canada. Such being the -f 4 P. O. BOX 2109 4 BEGIN BLOCK PHONE 597 M M 4 M M M M M M M M M M 4 M M MORE MONEY GETTERS 1 lot and shack, Macbeth St., 4 lots on William St., off Courtland St., down; bal- ance 4 and 8 months. 3 lots on Norman St., in Block -the three; easy terms. 3 lots on Hodgman in Block 15, near corner of Charles handles. FRANK WADDINGTON CO. ROOM 9, BRYAN-BLK. TELEPHONE 426. MHMMM 4 MH years Of the twenty-two children, not ont has ever suffered from a seriotu -Here is health and strength md bodily vigor The ptrcntj are therefore' there have weak, puny, peevish The health of the child depends mock on the health of the parents. Thus, there U the necessity of expectant eipecfally paying great attention to their general health. During these trying a "Fruit- a-tives" tablet before meals and at bedtime will regulate the bowels and kidneyt, keep the stomach .sweet, the appetite, tatist digeation, strengthen the vital aid invigorate the entire system. lives" are sold by alldeakn 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial or direct Limited, Ottawa. jway. The ex-minister had said thai [he wanted the specifications the same as those for the Canadian Northern main line and the G. T. P. branch lines and he would not have resigned had they been the same, lie proposed to I show that they were the same in every be- guaran- is and prouder of what it would be in the future. teed. Same as Other, Guarantees. He quoted from the letter of D. D. Maim, enclosing the specification of the C. N. R. main line from Grand view jto Edmonton. These were adopted by the Dominion of Canada, the Pro- vince of Saskatchewan and the engin- eer of the Railway Commission, and when .these were adopted by the Dom- inion of Canada, by the Province of Saskatchewan and by the Railway Commission, why shouldn't Alberta ad- opt them. And the Dominion govern- ment were now guaranteeing the road from Edmonton to the mountains at a mile on identically the same specifications as the one for the Al- berta and Great Waterways Railway. The Premier had shown clearly in the afternoon session how the government obtained a better agreement with the Alberta and Great Waterways fRall- way than with the other roads, and he did not intend to go into this question I BEST BUY ON MARKET Three roomed house on a lot 47 ft by 225 on Crabb Street. An excellent site for stable and yards in rear. Price terms. L S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Blk. I M When the railway line is opened tojat length Fort McMurray there would be connec- sjnce [he government started upon tion with ocean steamship" navigation water for more than miles. This' McKenzie basin which comprises a large part of the north, drained a ue' country over a million square miles in been extent with the best "timber in Gun- a country from which more belief of the government bey wou d than a dollars, worth Qf f be recreant to their duty if they did were at present taken out Hv not get railway facilities as soon as possible for this country. When the Alberta and Great Waterways railway reached Fort -McMurray it would open G. T. P. and C. N. R. Refused. 'I am ony referring to-ihese ques- said Mr. Cross, "in order to up a new empire. The opening up of jShow the conditions when we took up this vast region of boundless wealth our railway policy. We went to the would be an event not of Grand Trunk Pacific and the Canadian but of national importance. He was! Northern, but they were both busy proud to be a citizen of Alberta as it Iwith branch and main lines, and it 44 44444 jwas impossible to induce build this line to tile north. them to ".Mr. Clarke and his associates came 44444 4 4 4'4 4444 444444444 -4- 4- 4- 640 acres two miles from Wilson Siding for sale at a bar gain. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Box 254 i Phone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge ;4MMMMMM M MMtt MMH M t MM MM f M M 4404444444444 44 44 4444 4444444444444444444444 THE BEST BUY ON THE MABKET 320 acres 11 miles northeast of Stirling, slightly rolling, but all can be plowed. This is only one-half mile from line and one and one-half miles from Maryfield-Lethbridge line. if taken at once, only per acre; per acre cash. Balance 4 payments with interest at 6 per cent. For this and other bargains, apply to the CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rooms 6 7 Bryan Block. Auto. Phone 1011. P. 6. Box 387 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4-4 4 4 4 M M 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4444444444444444444444 Acre lot in North Ward on easy terms. A few good building lots at and Six room house Duff Addition. Fully modern house Argyle Ave. Terms. 4- GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. Phone 1425 Office Room 1, Ott Block Box 1892 Open from 7-9 evenings 44444444444444444444444444444444444444444 4 A SPLENDID DAIRY FARM 4 4 4 -4 4 4 4 4 Eighty acres of irrigated land; 20 acres in Fall Wheat; f> miles from Lethbridge. Has seven roomed house. Cow Barn for 12 cows. Barn for IS horses. Granary, Grinder and Gasoline Engine. This is selling at a snap and on terms. Building lots in Ward; splen- did location; each; god terms. Illinois-Alberta Realty Company JOHNSON BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. 4 4 4444444 PHONE 455. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 The Edson Development Co. Ltd. Offices 217 Sherlock Blocfc Lois in Edson, G. T. P. divisional point to 8300.00; easy payments. For quick returns see us. 5 lots on Macbeth St., only 2 blocks from Westminster, for the five. Terms. A little rurtner up Macbeth lots each. Splendid house on Torrance Ave., will han- dle. Balance easy. The North Leth- bridge Realty Co. C. S. DONALDSON, Mgr. 'Westminster Road -f to Alberta to Invest, because they were Americans who had seen the.de- jvelopment in their own country and jsaw a similar field for investment in Canada. We were not averse to deal [ing with these gentlemen because they iwere Americans, and Bright here I may 4 'say .that the residents of the United States who have come to Alberta have been among our best citizens, and 1 T hope that many more may come." j Dealing with the amount of the guar- 4. jantee, a mile, Mr. Cross said !if there was ever a justification' for the 1 Alberta guarantee It was in the case I quoted, by the member for Sturgeon (Mr. the Toronto and Sudbury line, guaranteed by the Ontario govern ment for a mile. The country through which the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway, is to run for 100 miles along the Hne from Edmonton is the best in Alberta, and for the next ts railway policy there was one thing as much as any other that justified him in bis stand for railway expansion. When the railway policy was announc- ed last year the C. P. R. commenced to build new branches and made the big- gest development of any year of the past. This year when no further guarantees had been announced, the statement waa issued by the C. P. R. that they would only construct forty- five miles of new line in 1910 in Al- berta. There should be no sectional feeling in this question. The wholesale peo- ple of Calgary would benefit as much as any others with openeing up of the country' to the north.- The new Hne would mean as much to the south of the province as it did to the north. 444444 444444444444444 44444444444-44444444444 Mr. Cushinfl's Speech. The Attorney General quoted '.he 44444444444M444444444 (250.miles it is just as good, according had been carefully safe- The ex-minister also re- Foui' Sections Near Warner on Crop Payments Or Will Sell in Two Section lots TH me Geo. M. Hatch Land Co. 316 Round St. Jto the claims of the people who know lit best. Mr. Bennett: That should make the guarantee less. Hon. Mr. Cross: Well, the honorable gentleman from Calgary and myself [have different opinions'on this matter. words of the ex-minister of public works at a meeting in the south of the province at Bankview on March 10th, 1909, in which he said that the railway legislation guarded. ferred to the great resources around Fort McMurray, the timber wealth on the Athabasca, and the rapid develop- ment that was taking place in the country through which the railway- was passing. The portion of the speech referred to was as follows: Mr. Cushing, after dealing at some length with the government railway policy in regard to the G. T. P. and the C. N. R., spoke as follows: "Not only has the government done everything to get railway and railway competition in to this south ern country, but it has done more. I is assisting to build a road to the north of Edmonton. A great deal has been said about that road which is no true. Mr. Bennett in a speech th other evening referred to the act i connection with the Alberta and Grea_ Waterways Railway as hasty and im- DE VERB HUNT Real Estate Agent Cranbrook, B.C. Has several thousand acres of irrigable land in successful fruit growing district. Good terms to colonization companies. Some choice 5 acre lots less than two miles from railway station or city. Write for pamphlet. 444444444444-4444444444 4444444444444444444444- W. J. LLOYD C. H. DEV1NE Your own selections from the old'Steed 18 mikt east 6f of Warner, up V, I IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 1353 Lethbridge 103 Sherlock Block 4444 4 4444444 4444 4 4444 4 444ff4'44 44 f 44444" 444444444444TM4444444 4444444444444444444444: The cheapest lots south: of the track on the market, inside city limits, facing Charles Street; one- third cash, balance 3 and 6 months. These lots will in all probabil- T "itv Vlfl.vA' watpv flvul hnrhYOAfi Vino 'ity have water year. jtHis J. I. EAKIN CO. Phone 1183 After 7p.m. Phone 1210 OPP. BANK OF MONTREAL 4 307 CRABB ST. 4 4 4 M 4 M 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M 4 4 4 M 4 14 4 4; We believe that the money is well prudent legislation, and said that the spent in''bp'eriirig up'the country and I j assert here that the province will nev- !er have to pay one cent of interest of j these guarantees. Only three years road was to run where there were no people; not a stick of timber; no coal; no minerals, or anything of any there was no use in pledging the Dominion government guaran- the credit of the province to build this j teed the bonds of the C. N. R. west of! road. Now, this is an extraordinary 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 6 lots and house for Terms. .BTorth 2 modern houses in Kiverview, t i. Terms. jEdmonton for a mile for a line jclosely paralleling the G.T.P., through a country very similar to that extenu- Ung to Fort McMurray, and that being {the case 1 assert that the provincial government made" a very excellent bar- gain in guaranteeing the bonds to open The Attorney General then took up the matter of the specifications of the Alberta and Great Waterways Rail up a large country at the rate of a mile. guarantee INSURANCE REAL ESTATE CITY AND FARM LOANS statement on the part of Mr. Bennett. but nevertheless untrue. I may say in this regard that this legislation was prepared after much thought and consideration on the part of the govern ment, and in this legislation as in all acts of the government, everything had been done to protect and safe- guard tho interests of tho people of this province. (Applause.) On the route that this road will travel a lurge in number of people have settled up to and all the way from Lac la Biche. -The country is thickly populated all over this, route and there are large areas of timber on the Hne of that road which will be available and can be made of great value to the rest of the province. When this road is com- pleted it will open up large areas ot timber on the Athabasca "River, and not only that, but it will open up for [development a large mineral territ- Farm Lands 160 aces near Barnwell, ?20 terms. Section south of Taber, ?10.70 cash; balance 4 annual payments at 6 per This an excellent piece cent. of land. line, Section on Weyburn good terms. Furnished house for rent. 4 4 B. E. STARKS MANAGER 2 lots on Bartlctt St. close to Court- land, facing cadi on terms. The t H, Macbeth Agency Sherlock IMock. 4 Iowa-Alberta Land Co. tory, where there is oil, coal and as- 1 modern house on CraVb St. Terms. Half breed and South. African scrip. Coal orders taken for Barnes Coal Co. 4 Tke Golden West! Realty Co. Co-Op. Block Crabb Street 44444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 phalt. The banks of the Athabasca f River for over 100 miles are solid as- phalt. Passes Through Rich Country. "This road, when completed, and it will take three or four years to com plete, will open up a very rich terri- tory in this province, and it seems to me if we are to go on growing as a province we have got to grow in that direction. Nearly all of the land in the southern part of this province that can be homesteaded is homesteaded. Nearly all the land, if you will look at the map to-day, south of Edmonton is nearly all taken, either by home- steaders, or by speculators, or bv rail- i way companies. There is very" little i 4444444444444444444444 land to be got for homestead in the southern part of the province, and if SNAPS Lots 3S to 42 in Block 12S, each. each cash; hal- ance 6 and 12 months. Lots -2 and 23 in 329, S330 each. cash; balance 6 and 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK 297 this province is to go on growing in population it must grow by settling the lands in the northern portion of the! province north of Edmonton. Ten thousand people are now in one settle- ment up there, in the constituency that is called Pakan, where three or four years ago there were only three or four hundred people. That will give you some idea how the country JE 4 lining up. For over one hundred j miles north and north oast of Edmon-' (Continued on Page 7) 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 M 44444444444444444444 T SNAPS A nine roomed house in splendid location in Xorth Leihbridge: has water. Buyer ran take nnn lot. or with UY have several aero lots in North Ward for each; good terms. is lot-s in North Ward ench; splendid location and ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. GOOD BUYS Lot 26, Block 121 for Terms 1-3 cash, balance 4 and S months. 2 lots in Block A, sub-division of Block J, on Westminster Road each, 1-3 cash, balance easy. 2 lots faeing south on Rogers St., in Riverview, finest location. Price for the pr.t cash, balance 3. 6. 9 and ]2 raos. We have a large list of houses for sale. Intending buyers will find it to their advantage by calling on us for prices. F. L WHITNEY COMPANY LEADING REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL BROKERS I] OFFICE 414 ROUND PHONE 1013 t t f 4 I 4 v 4 A BAHGAIN Four well located lots on Norman St.. Block each. Easy terms. >n. North Ward 4 4 JOHNSON BLOCK PHONE 455 R. V. GIBBONS Co. PHONE 1191 4- 4 OTT BLOCK 444444 44 4 OUR ADVICE: Do n't wait. Buy vour lots NOW. We have lots in all pans of the city to suit all pockets. T 0 I) A Y S 8 P E C I A L 8 FOR modern house. Xo. Iiouiul 8t., i) rooms. Every conveuiouco. Automobile shed to store 2 nutos. Price yisiht. Terms easv. pi'VE ROOMKI) HOUSE TO rem. per month. Also stable on Fame property, .510 per month. Lo- cated at Wood St. The Lethbririge-Ieyiiyni Realty Co, ltd. PhoneU73 One )joor South Balmoral Hotel Distributing Agency for Rumley Enaines. Cockshutt and Frost Wood Lines Farm Implements. LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ;