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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Lots on Charles St. Each Easy Terms i Only A Few Left 62 1-2 Feet on Agnew St Near Westminster Rd. Five Lots Facing East on Ashmead Street, Duff Addition each A Splendid Corner Charles and Ashmead Streets 144 ft. 5 in.x77 ft Facing New English Church Site ASQUIT Late J. 1. Eakin Co. Telephone Nos. 1183 1210 St., Opp. Bank of Montreal J. J. HILL SPOKE ON CONSERVATION. St. Paul, Min., March ad- dress of James J. Hill, chairman of the board of directors of the Great North- ern railway, was me feature of the forenoon sesion of the Conservation Congress _ere to-day. Mr. Hill's sub- ject the conservation of capital The general subject of the session was agricultural development in Minneso- ta. G. T. P. MAKES PURCHASE. Edmonton, March H. Pope, of tight of way ami claims agent ot the Grand Trunk Paci is in Edmonton- on the company's business to-day. Mr. Pope this morning purchased through JMc Gratis, Hart and Co.. a number of lotr over which an arbitration was recently settled in favor of tlie company in the Hagmann Estate, adjoining those re The- morning; train between Snow- flake, Mown ray, Man., struck a brok- en rail today and ditchcti the caboose and passenger coach which contained a number of passongprs, but luckily no one was hurt. block 32, and aggregate about three acres in area. They are being acquir led by the company with a view to {building a siding from the main line to the brancli which runs clown to -the city 'The price paid was at the rate of an acre on cxteilor lots and an acre on interior lots. Mr. Pone, who has been acting as the right of way agent for the G. T. P. since 1905, received a permanent ap pointment to the position on March last, and was also appointed permanent claims agent of the company. In.the latter capacity he will settle on his pro sent trip a number of claims for dam- ages ai ising from fires along the right of way. Mr. Pope has just recovered from''a severe illness which confined him for three wp.eks to the Winnipeg hospital. ALBERTA MEMBER MAKING THE HOUSE OF COMMONS TAKE NOTICE Toronto Globe Speaks !fair "air and blue eres "iat seem to Highly of Dr. Clarke, Red Deer be full of a grave light all the while he is speaking to you, the member for Red Deer impresses one as being at once thoughtful, energetic and of prac- tical ideas. In the House he has a and ready to assume them with his Canadian citizenship. To-day the ranch consists of a thou sand acres. Great herds of cattle range, over it. The sons, now grown to mannood, have taken over tue re sponsibilities of the ranch, while th( father gratifies his old liking -for. pol- itics, and his sense 01 duty as a pub- lic-spirited citizen assisting UK government in the house of commons. Between sessions he goes home and plays cricket with his sons, or rides a Contracts for Australian dread- noughts have been placed on the Clyde- They will have a speed ot 28 knots. Viewpoint of the Chinese Toward Japan and the Manchurian Situation good voice and a good figure. As aipony over tlie ranch in of bus graduate of Edinburgh University, and jiness' As a c-'zen he is wortliy of Tlie Toronto Globe recently had this sketch of one of Alberta's members of Parliament. talented as a man of broad culture, he has a mastery of economics. He is said by some to be a theorist, but those who have watched liis career in the House Dr. Michael Clark, of Red Deer, Al- say .tlizit his theories make excellent ta., is one of the few men who have [practice. As a man took an bcr-n able to command the serious at-lactive interest in English politics dn r IT r T 'tiie days before he came, eight vears tention of the House of Commons be- j lago, to this country. He knows how fore the expiration of his second ses-jlo make spceches that will tell. His i sion in his first parliament. Parlia- the country As a man of culture, he is a profitable acquaintance, and as a member of Parliament, he stands for sound economics, and a clean, strong large-minded administration OFFERS QUEEN'S Donor Makes Condition That Univer- sity Constitution Be Amended. Kingston, March endow.- ment fund of for Queen's f assuerd by a donation of which Dr. Douglas, of New York, offered.ton condition that certain changes be made in ;the constitution of the University. Five Kingstonians have contributed in sums of each. ,-i] This. .with Di 000, "the amount had to raise to secure the contrl of from Andrew Games Douglas' gift is for the endow) a chair in Canadian and Colonj itory. mem has a tendency to repress the 'new and ambitious member until such time as he has learned all the rules of i vocabulary and his voice contribute to their effectiveness, lu England he worked in the sup- Auction Sale [port of Sir Edward Grey and ot Mr. H- I the game, and has realized the truth r VT i.John Morley in North Northumberland he remains a free trader. He has or- Sj> i iginal ideas and has the courage tc i stare them when he believes the time is ripe ior them. Hut, on the other hand, he refrains from exposing these ideas if lie thinks they are not oppor- tune. For instance, he is a believer j in the single tax. He believes that 1 that will be me ultimate method of 'applying tree trade in this continent as he expressed it in a private I conversation recently, he thinks that George H. Foster's theory of econo- niics. Tall, and of medium weight, with THE LETHBRIDGE CAFE New, clean, up to date. All white help. Good menu. Quick service, Next Arlington Hotel Orders for draying left here will receive prompt attention. in the present political conditions in Canada the introuuction of direct tax ation would be a move of immense CL> dituculty Not every sing.lr has breadth enough so admit nor patience enough to work quietly toward the goal I About forty-eight years ago Dr. Clark was born in BeltonJ, Northum j norland, En.-land. He came of and English parentage. In Elmelrt College, at York, and later, in Edin burgh University, he distinguished himsolf in sovora' lines of sci'olarship A'iev in mediciuo, in tion to hi" nrfivitic'S in support SHIT Sir Edward Grey aui! John hf him "UE.T "MINI CHOOSE, iFOR snt ior.several years in school ot Newcnstlc-on-Tyne. In i'JOl camo to Canada. He had decided tho best opporhinity for the rais- ing of bis four sons was offered bore, J HP juirchascd several hundred acres of inland near Red Doer, and ho and the I sons commenced ranching here. The {pjfainor gave up ovorything but his in in politics in order to learn the secrets of sticcessful ranching and in 2-jorrlPi to understand, too, the spirit of Canadian Instead of allow Ifling his interest to remain centered in rivthe political world in England, he was I i quick to appreotate Canadian problems roper Oonsisting of Lots 50 ft. x 150 ft. up'to-5 each, in the j TOWN OF RAYMOND licrc will be sold by Public Auction To'Nvn Hall, Raymond, the following Lo Acreage, free from incu nib ranees, belong to tiic Eavmond Land Investment 1 ON MONDAY, MARCH At 10.30 o'clock a.m. Lots S, 0 10..... 15 and 16___ Block Raymond 64 I acres) S 1 1......... 0 2 and 3 1 H 7 1 58 7 64 2