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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thnrsflay, MjiitIi 30,1011. THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Page 3. Insurance and Loan Department V\\ 0 VI NCI AL i\ (^EXTS- NatiaiKil Fire Iiisiiraiice Co. of Pittsburg (Total Msscts over �S;5,00(),000.) EErRESEXTTNd- Pliociiix Assurance Co., London, Eng. Dominion of Canada Gnarantee & Accident. Noitli American Life (Loan Dept.) BEANCIIES AT- London, England; New York. U.S.A.; Edmonton, Letlibridge and High Kiver, Ali>erta, AGEXCIES- VVetaskiwin, Lacombc, Red Dcer^ Claresholni, Macleod. Lctlibridge Branch, J.R.Ander^on, Mgr F. C. LOWES & CO. -.---r-^ SNAP-NORTH WARD Lots 40 X 125 ft., well located and on water $350 each $25 cash, $20 per month Ri V. GIBBONS & CO. Phon� 1191, Ott Bloeh 1 *i-i---^ FOR SALE Section of land on crop payments; $1,000 cash and all balance on half crop plan. It is one of the finest stock and grain farms in So'itli^rn Alberta, plenty of good water. About 100 acres broken. Must be sold at ouoe. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO., Johnson Block -^/ -------n We want your Farm Loans. We want to write j'our Fire Insurance. We want to write your Life Insurance. We want to write your Ijive Stock Insurance. -Wo own 30,000 acres Southern Alberta Land that will sell Itself- THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. LATHROP.....RESIDENT MANAGER *--^ The H. MACBETH AGENCY ^ INSURANCE........LOANS SHERLOCK BUILDING-LETHBRIDQB FOR CONTRACTORS 8ix high lots close to Duff Aflrlition sciiool house at -$425 each. Takes small cash ])avinout to handle. -- _-J9 CUMMINS TALKS ON RECIPROCITY Iowa Senator in Des Moines Speech Analyzes the Proposed Agreement-Sees Need of Amendment-Ad> antage to L. S. Lost by Delay Des Moines, la., March 29.-Senator ly known as (hp 'favored nation clause' A. B. Ciimmins apoko on "ClaiiadJun 'he effect of which Is that we agree Reciprocity" tonight before the (Jrani'ito admit the producia of each nation 'club, discusing the prinfipai Issues In- to our markets upon as favorable 'volvcd. He Insisted the agreempnt terms as we Rive to any other nation shotild be amended in important par- upon like producu. I nder this clause tIrularB before it is ratified. He paifl if wo in an independent act, were to further that he intended to propoEe admit Canadian wheat and cattle free ^amendments which would put on Iho the wheat and cattle of South America .free list, ao far as imports from Cana- or of lOurope would come In free. Ida arc concerned, a ntimber of manu-i "Favored Nation Clause" l�tu� faclures, such as cotton and woolen j "The only way In which we can es-clolhlup, meals, flour, sawed boards'cape the operation of this clause is to and 'planks, manul'ai'lured Iron and make the concessions w-e are willing Bteel and a,^riclllt�lrnl implements. , to extend to any particular country de-- i "For ten yoar.s 1 Imve been discus- pendent upon what we declare to be ^ sing trade refiprn-ity with Canada c'luhaleni concession from the coun-from the standi'oiijt of one who has 'ry with which we are dealing. ICven profoundly believed (he conditions not then the nations of It:urope, of South only Justiflr'd. b;:t dci'iunded, that we .America and the Orient ara ex'ceeding-Bhotild deal with the Dominion upon ly reluctant to admit our interpreta-an entirely diffnront basis than that tion of the 'favored nation cIbusp.'" which we recognize In making up oiir| Mr. Cummins (hen referred to the general tariffs with other nations. 'proposal that the desired tariff chang-"My conclusions, so often express- es shall not take the formal shape of ed, remain unchanged, and my desire a treaty. He said he did not mention for fair reciprocal relations with our "this weakness In the arrangement" northern neighbor was never stronger'with any hostile spirit, and that his than at the present motnent, altbotgli allitudo towards the matter probablyi I see, as every open-eyed observer: will not he changed on account of it. j must see that the devoloiiment of the j "I mention it," said Mr. Cummins, j Dominion in manufacture during (he "lor the purpose of e.xpres8lng my pre-last decade, and the conseriuent ference for the adjustment of our re-strengthening of her protective policy, iations witli Canada through a treaty has greatly narrowed the field for the that would embrace positive obllga-j advantageous application of commcr-, tions on 'both sides, and which would) ciai recinrocity. I provide that when either party with-' Difficult to Obtain Equivalent | draws from it, then it would cease toj "U is vastly more diffi $1300 Ing south.) THE Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. Phone M4 street, and is presided over by General Agent Ciiarles Met'lenaglian, who has under hiui .-wstafi o! iwenty-tliree members. It is the wholesale dislrib uting house for Southern .\iherta. nlfalfn hallows, liay-press, slnckers: and sweep rakes There are also to i be had individual fnrmer'.s threshers, eieaiii sep;iral ors, ! ampbell packers, hinders, mowers, rakes, drills, disc Sherlock BIdg.-7th St. Lethbridge Real Estate FOR SALE Lots Tl and 72 Block 23 Duff Addition and lots 7 to 14 in-cluBive, rilock 24, Duff Addition, $125 each. Lots are on hill Just opposite new Duff SchfKil House. Tell uB what you wish to buv and we can get It for you. See McLachUn Reahy Co. Roome 11-12 Southard Block with local agencies in every towp for ,Ti-,ri smoothing harrows, etc., tngeth-Deering and .McCormick gull's 'I'hese agenejes each sells a separate line of the eompanv'.s wares, and are llius placed on a competing basis with one another Mr. McClenaghan is a type of tlie brisk, energetic anil courteous manager, with an eye for all details He modestly att rlliiilcs the rapid growth of the eonipaiiv's luisiness in ,Soutli-ern .Allierl.a more to the great rie-velnimient of the district than to his own individuiil efforts. lie has very i optimistic views as to the ailvance-nTcnt of Lethbridge, and the surround ing cinintry. basing tliese views on his experience of the manner his ciimpany's business lius progressed lo-call). Five- years ago that part of , er with automobiles, and auto-buggies. With regard to wagons there are iour different sfxles, fivi' .American and four l\nnadian, all of the com-lumy's own manufacturD The main Harvester building in Chicago may be regarded as the mrve centre of the harvesting machine industry. The local agents of the company report direct to the travelling agents, who are directed by genera! agents. Its great army of salesmen-some .'?,,')00-canvass every s(|iiare mile of cultivated area between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and from the Gulf of Mexico to the fnrlliermosl outposts of Nortlt west Canada. WESTERN BAPTIST CONVENTION, Manitoba., convention at Winnipeg from July 4th to July 6Ui. The following .places and dates were recommended for the remaining provinces. Saskatchewan at Reglna, July 7 to lo Winnipeg, March 2S.-The regular monthly meeting of the executive of the Baptist I'nion was held today. In addition to a large budget of detail business, arrangements for provincial I Alberta, at Calgary. .Inly 11 to t;;: and convent* in Western Canada were considered. It was decided to bold the British Columbia, at 14 to 17. Vancouver, JuJy MR. LAND BUYER Here Is $1,000 FOR YOU. We have a client who hag paid la Three Thousand Five Hundred (3600) Dollars on a beautiful Bection of land �outh of GraBsy Lake. He will turn over his Agreement of Sale to you for Two Thousand Five Hundred (2500) Dollars. Hare are the partlculara: All section 14-8-13. 140 acres broken. 140 bushels of wheat. 1 1-2 storey house (piaetered.) Barn, 2 wells, etc. Price $21.BO per acre to rou. Come in and see the agraemonL MONEY TO LOAN CITY PROPERTY & FARM LANDS THE Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. Phpne 644 ;