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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta f^ahirday, Mairli 25. 11)11 THE LlRTHlmiWE DAILY HERALD GREAT SENSATION IN AUTOMOBILE CIRCLES CAUSED BY THE ARRIVAL OF THE Fore door E.M.R *'30"�The Fore door Overland ^^30* and The Thomas "20" Roadster roiu To say fliJit llip Piihlic ;wv surprised nt the valno ol't'ered in liiese ciirs is pill I iiiy it very rnihily. Von lioir intlliinti' Iml prfiisc evoryoiio. We do not want yon to lake (Ml r woi'd i'or it. Cull ;iir0 that came here fron) Sontli DakiUa last S])rinji'. ay a lii^lt price I'or a ear, ti)cii huy a ear that wilr give you lh KXI'KA value lor your money. In tJiis air departnienf Is coufplete in every respect". A full line of 'I'ires. Tuhes a.iid all iiaud. .\lso oasoline oils and greases. We i'Miarantee satisfaction. Iher .accesvLrics nhvnv' on WESTERN AUTO CO. Ltd. MAGRATH WILL URGE C. P. R. TO BUILD FROM THIS END Answers Board of Trade Wire in Regard to the Weyburn Line-Urges That Information be Forwarded at Once VERY UniE COAL 1 NOW ON HAND ra�nt t�".�|i^, Hide' points, ' '' No Coal Stored H�r� l)rtdge-Weyburn road Ih built westward I The O. P. R. has no coal �whateTiBf^ ^ ilioBe peojile will not remain on the �W)red her*, their large dump baring/ Kround. I think that is a statemont;'^een oiitlrflly oonaunied iu JUg thi iliat can 'be fairly made. I know It Is snow blockades last winter. Tbejr tMVV U,o stat.,ent that has b... T..e to "^0^3 an^ wSlH renealedly. Jr you would embody'ably rush a. supply her* next w*^.?'''" It in your commimloatlon from j-our Hit Staam Pleogha Hoard of Trade, addrosBcd u. Mr, Wm. The strike. If tt oomM, �Ul lat the present time arc not desirous ShaURhnessv, and noUvlthslandins 1 ^'"^.f? Winnipeg, and send a eopy hard on the peratoits ot tttMa pteuelv .,nv viinnv I,, ^t-,rt ii,, � , ^. ,  , , "I It to me and ask me 10 see the pre- -.....--- .�.----.-- 101 Idking .my .steps I'l sljit tim any representations that 1 made I I, j work from this end, nevertheless it .was unsuccessfui in havms ariythinii; '.bears out the eonlenticii that was j done from the KethbridRe end. I unmade in the rierald s paraKtaphs yes-1 a few ,,iios from the We>hurn end. Hidenf of tlie road in Montreal, may pQBSlbly Bucceed In aocomplish-aig .soraetlilng, I would suggest that I ing oiitflta, of whom t.h�r� BM % RlWfit we I many in this district. They ]hav� beaa expecting to turn ovar a grmmt deal of land tor ffprlng grain sad to Ao a tot' tcrday that l,ethln-id),'e is iIji- loRical | derstand that they propo.se buildinK jj place from which to start the work i which, of course, would not com-In view of the lart thai y petition ' mHnce. to bring the road into our has been signed by 300 or 100 land- ! province. holders along the line of the propos- \ Sir Thomas Shaughuesay la, J be-ed road within that portion 10 miles "eve, now In Europe, east of this city, and in view of the :  correapondonce with 1 three or four settlers in the Bad Water Liako dlistrlet about thin same road, and I have asHed them to iret me any other pertinent fact, mentioned in Mr. Masrath's letter that between the Lethbrldpe end and the Wevburn end . , ... ; ., ,- .u ,. fi,, (,.,,.,... iini informntioii they can as to the charnc-or the line thete .s the ( ypress 11,11 settlement, etc., and up.n you embody in your letter lUe state-'of breaklaK. A stliU(� iHkM Vmo-i mem that Uiere i-% ii consldomble ter-.tically pat a atop to thM� op�r�tl�ns,/' rltory nuinlng east and west occuitied j except with tbOM OOtftta wtoMl 'tev� by (Jie i boundaiy of our province within which there Is not the same needs for a railway, owing to the aparglty of population as fhere is wlthhi our province. What 1 mean 1b that It would be FARMER OOT DAMAOCS Brandon, MaJ�h 35.-Cteorfa A�MB North Brandon (iirmw who m�d'th�: 3 CiutadJan Stove and OaaoMn* KiuRln�fa vastly more in the interests of settle-; Co. at the asalzea here tor flO.OO'V meot If they would commence at once I waa awarded four thousand aoila||^| .......,____^....,,., ......_ .,,_.., to build tponi the west, and that there, . - ^ noMMwrnl intupittn ami^mmAr district, which docs not stand in r,7-s.;;ne it was �inrentionUa vastly irroater need for . road at^ J^J^^^V^^^^J^j^l^ .such inime,dinte need oi a road, it ^ ^^^^^ j, Thomas | the west end than there i� In tlie.^^ UaHlg tnrtfwnont or "''^ should not be hard to impress upon ; aha!i.?hnessy us soon as I could reach' territory Immediately to the east of,h� tho deflWdBntB witMlOBUe., which frtgutened AdM*' uotober third laat. honHM - QOj. (he company the s-treiigth of the ' nira. "province In the Cypress Hills K'mient in favor of the Board of ' my night lettergram to yo\i I sug- country. Tr.nde's plan. In that case l.hev will ' gested that you likewise get all fhe| I will be glad lo .loin you in this] surely see how much it is to their information that you can as to the'-'T In any other way that 70U feel! advantage to follow out the suRprcs-|absolute needs of the soction 90uth-| f=hould be adopted in oi'rter to acoom-l _ ____ operations ea.st of Lethbridge. It the people injPHsh eometbine in the iaU>r�ata of ourifcell. manager ot tb� Northew Onmv, BANKER TRAN8F�WtB%, � mgh River, �terab Omi lion, and will conitnence from I.cthbridge at once. 'there have to wait until the l.etb-|settlers. I Ban* at this point, bM l�o�a'?��Ml�r-' I red to Priaco Albmt. IS CANADA IN DANGER? IF SO, FROM WHOM? Opponents of lower laxes and larger trade for Canada held a mass nieet- macleod won't exhibjt Mftci�od, March 26.-The Maclood ____________ _________ Hoard of Trade, at its meeting Tuea- ing in Massey Hall, Toronto, on Thuredny, evening, March 9th, lo condemn the la^y cvenin*, voted S to not to 8�Dd proposed trade arrangement between Canada and the United States. It was 1 " , , ., presided over by an ex-Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, and was addi-wsed wnimt to the 017 Fmrming Con-by a number of prominent citizens ot Toronto. greaa at Colorado Svrtngs this year A resolution was passed e.xpresslng the sentiments of those present. Aajg^^l gubmlt revised eatlmates to the meeting had'been arranged for the purpose of passing the resolution it j must be presumed thai ii had been carefully prepared, and that It expreased council tor a grant, which should in the most forceful terms possible the matured opinion of the men w.Jio or-. provide tliat the money for advertts-ganized the meeting. The resolution therefore has the merit of putting in , in, should he otherwls* spent, convenient form the best reasons that can be given against the agreement, and so enables a reply to be made. Following is the text of the resolution, �nd the obvious answer to each assertion: the REaOLUTION: SUSPECT Chinaman Found Dead on Track May Have Been Murdered PRESIDENT OF CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION CANADIAN NEWS I special 10 the I leiahl 1 i HoBuier. I!. C. March 21. -Kim I the Chinese cnoJ; at camp No. of the Klk fy'iinber Co.. was jesiorday jeoruing fcvund dead alongsidf? the' road, at a point jusi south of town, � where the Oivnt .N'orihern irfsllc: 1 fissoK o^ cr I be wajron road. I1 was 1 at first suDpOBed the Chinaman had! crossed I he G. .\. bridge and when he' came to the wagon roinl had nticnipt �^d to lower h/mself to it aiiJ had lailon. Later developnieiiis, however.; roint to a suspicion of foul phr.. Kiin � was In lown late Wednesday uif^hl and it is Kcnorally, supposed thai he had a considerable sum of monoy n-ii)i. hlD), but when the bod> v/a� found 110 W. H, ROWLEY. Head of the Eddy Co., Hull, Que. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT monoy was discovered upon it. oner Bleasdell, of Piruiic, i,; in and will hoitl an imiuest. C.or-^ \ieniia is said to be the most over, lown crowded ciiy in the world. .'^u Ottawa branch of the Overseas : Club has been organized. I .Montreal Board of Trade will ask I the Minister of Canals to open the St. Lawrence canals west of Montreal by j .April 2.-.lh, The body of David Salois, aged 51, of I'on Lamblon. Oni , who disappeared  Dec. i;:-!, has been found in the lake ; iictiv Toledo, Ohio. ' The assizes grand jury at Winni|)eg : snys ihe staffs of the jtill and Selkirk j a. political I {.j,;,,; pyg,. before. union with the I . .S. ^ (^^^[,1^^ trade was least' (5) Uccause Ihe agreement was ne-' lier interprovincial trade was least, j the.reply (I) There are only two features of the agreement. One is reduction ot taxation, the other expansion of trade. These have been the leading features of the policy of the Liberal party ever since it succeeded 10 pover 15 years ago. As witness tlie tariff red,uctions of 1807 and 1907. the British preference, Ihe French treat.v, and the stand- f ing offer of the Intermediate tariff , Canada's present material prosperity | and strength of national sentiment have been attained under and because of that policy, and her commercial and political future demands ils contlnu-! ance and expansion, as provided in the proposed arranffement. i2) By reducing the burdens on Braery E. Millar, ot OdesBa, Out., claims that for 20 ye^ra an Imposter has been drawing the pension duo 'hlu for oonlces In the U. S. civil war. Alfred Jame.s was aentenccd at Perth to three years for forgery. �HTien confronted wltli a forged cheque he asked to see it, lit a match andj burned it. THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Mam siMt Hot Wattr Hmtlng. P.CaM MB. l.^hbrt��o, AMk PHMM 48a Offieo * Work�)io> MO Burdott street. R. C> Mo Ciur* 6, KnapmaR the Canadian tav-poyer and opening gotiated in secret and without consultation with the commercial Inter-, ests involveil and without any man date from the people. (ti) This mc. ting claims before the agreement is made executive by legislation tbe cpiesrion should be passed! e.ttent of a nadt upon by the people at a general elec- I Prosperity resulilng from increase of foreign trade inevitably Increas-^s IntorprovinciHl trade. Ml By giving Canadian producers all the advantages of the Cnlted Slates marlcei ivilhoui political asso-|ci:ilion of any kind, even to ;)ie liin-treaty. it would take away an>' possihlo reason for a LAWNS AND GARDENS We are carrying a full stock of flower and vegetable seeds. We have the best varieties of Sweet Pea seeds (soparate colors or mi.xed) stocked In large quantities. Our lawn grass seed Is the best mixture you can procure for thltf cJlmato. We are always pleaeed to give you instructions as to the best methods of planting seeds ard the culture of plants and If you plant our seeds you will be well pleased with the results. The TERRILL FLORAL CO. Cor. PHONE 577 4th Ave. �. 11th St. S. tion; and that to prevent a eontinua-1 tow:irdr. political union wUh lion of tht' conimercial dlslurbanc!,00(i.nnii pounds of poultry. |ods. >oii learn "values" through reading t.lic ads, anil ihrough buying advertised things, A.VD 'I'HAT T.S BtfSlNESS n;DCCAT10\-in its irr.esi sense! A LlMrTi:D MMBEllOI CHOK'i: BUILDING LOTS AT $150 EACH TERMS TO iSriT BT V KK--Lt�cai cd .suiilhca^i til' N'icioria Park, the 11(1 iti the DlRl'.'CT LINK of tJic ihis proficvty will undoubtedly City's cxclu.'^ivp Hcsidoutial Dislvid, rlTY'S CiKOWTll. Tlic invesn.r In venp a HANDSOMI-: PROFIT ^vitliin a REASON A BLE time. Call and Obtain Particulars H. J. H. SKEITH OPEN EVENINGS. cor. 6th st. & 4th ave. s. phone 1343. secrel as all trade arrangements between countries >have always bee:i made and must always be made. Great j Orliain has trade treaties with every! important country In the world-all negotiated in secret, without consultation with the commercial interests involved and without -any special m.in-date from the people. A special man-dale is not necessarj'. because .under tho British .system of responsible gov-, eminent, every government has a standing mandate to protect and ad- i vaiice the best Interests of the people j '; whenever opportunily offers. I till There is no warrant for com-' mercl:il disturbance In ihe terms of 1 the an-angpinent. I The arrangement can bo terminated I ii'ithnm notiin;.dlan nationality and Imperial loyalty have been strengthened by the L>oveniinent'K progressive policy of tht? past 15 years. They will be still further strcnsthenod by tho extension of that policy as expressed in the proposed trade arranireiiimit. The Talk of Lethbridge Over 2Wi Suits of the fam-oiLs Ali Clothes, made to lueasure tliis spring can ))c .seen on the streets of. Lei.libridge. The difference between .\rt Clothe.s and othftTS cnu ea.sily be distinguished by the smart cul and Hassy make-up. We lire slio wins' the bee over )�efore g'oing elsewhere. Clothes Shop VviibU St. Op|>. Bank of Montreal. 1 ' 91 ;