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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE LETHKRIDGE DAILY IT.EKALO Page 3, The. Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond Ciiy-135 acres broken-- A 1 per acre cash--for this week only F. C. Lowes J. R. Anderson, Manager BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. Eloquent Address by R. 8. Bennett, ML R P.-Dtrty of Canadians to Make New; Comers Loyal Britishers--Canada's Place in; i the Empire, the Controlling Power Rest and Undivided Proiils Total Assels Over of oil Ii., U'fsr win be 'he (ioi; Canaihi's fuiurc. and in trolled by the people senti- plains. The people of bffori.1 of much the same class as tneni- to the south of. us. Their 10 people problems; The generous oration a'-t-ur B. UoniK-tl.' M. P. P., of whole audience rose en m his honor, and in honor of thent position. The Canadian Canadian Premier Makesj the v.ore. has always! SIP AT BREWER'S WAKE Buffalo, X. Y.. May "at the wake, of George Schlencker, a wealthy brewer, tonight win sip wine which he provided for that event CC years ago. Schlfneker was killed in- un automobile accident, when his run- about ran into a ditch. ian audience in the progressive city autd especially an religious freedom under the ence having the aim of the Overseas; British institution. this idea flub. He said it was a splendid tiling of independence misht prow in years lo celebrate the 24th of May in membryjto come. I do not beiieve it. to be the of the late Queen Victoria, during logical course, nor cue that would np-j Great-Speech in England Wilkie Kerr don, May Wilfrid Laur- ie r s speech at the dinner given by Pilgrims' Society last, evening i" >r of the colonial premiers, was oi his greatest efforts and was for his un- tlie qui'S- late Queen, -but would give iheithe British l-Jnij.'irc. that we will en- lion oi' the annexation of Canada by an added significance an equal status with the Mother the United Slales. i whose reign so-much was done for the peal to the mass of the people Ii! British iimpire ana the people of r.ho'are quite satisfi-.-'d under the protec-i jiAnslo-Saxon race. He suggested tbat-.tion or the Britisii- flag. i ,it would be a good idea to change i'ac! The only course left, then, i? i name the day from Victoria Day to of Imperialism. By Imperialism we, l'" a Kmpire Day, as it would net detract ;me-n that Canada will b0 the co-equal j parlicularly noiewonhy fo from the love of rhe Britisher every other component, part of; cxrculcd plainspcakinj; on Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. 30 Lots Bcnv Island. 885 each. Easy Terms. 1 -4 Section Land, (.'lose In. per acre, (rood terms. COAL FOR SALE. Lfe. Fire, Accident 3nd Livestock Insurance .the whole Kmpire. Country, JUKI each one of. ihe colonies, Speaking of the place that Canada'and that wo will have a central in the greatest Kmpire of thejrnent to carry on the affairs of the world, he said: "'The people of Canada, !-vrhole Kmpire. while each component. jas England's most progressive son.lpart will have a local government of have the shaping of the future of the'its own to control local affairs. Each 1'e Cac-icolony will then bear a cost of the de- n-hy expressing: iji i'.is stay in I-'iiRlaiu! he heard so n-any pcojilf of standing vfjjcing douht of the designs of Vhe United States regarding 'Canada. 1 It; scoffed at the idea'of ihe possibility terms his arimir- acres in T. 6, R. 15, and per acre. 1-4 cash, haJance in three years. acres in T. 6, R. 7.50 per acre, 1-3 cash balance easy terma. This land is the finest steam plow proposition on the all within six miles of the proposed Lethbridge-YVeyburn Railroad. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. British Empire in their hands. ___ .__.... 'iada has now advanced so far that th'ei of the Empire, of protecting annexation brine: seriously consid- matier of her future is a sec-'trade of tlio Kmyire by aiding England-; erect on either side of tlic border. Me lomlarv consideration. Her material (in the cost of policing the In: explained I (prosperity is not the only question ago there is a dominant ques- Ifore her people. Our great problem is jtion, and today it is the unification now to see to it that ihe foreigner who'and welding together of the different! tlic American people comes to Canada to enjoy the liberty 'Anglo-Saxon possessions into one great! Great Britain better, and freedom of British institutions is'Empire under the Imperialistic move- made a good loyal citizen under thejment. The watchword would then be Jf of the Empire. How shall we for alj and all for each. It in warm at ion 'foe Si arcs. hut. declared that, much able vo assimilate these divers peo- would many things to the Em- thnr tliey may best meet the needs ;pire hut among: the chief Cunuda.shf.ring the continent with the f'nilcd Stales, ho said, had 'a Georcre V. Thev had found in Canada j A same niiportunity and the .same ff freedom utifler the laws which they i had on tlit. other side of the border. Moreover they found democracy under j British monarchy not less than j _ under thv republic, lie would not say j that some Americans did not the fair acres oi Canada; ihey would'! not. be human if they did not. "Ii the. States allemplcd to annex j continued the.- F'rrr.iier. "it- i I woui'l not he by force of arms but, by seduction. In that event Canada would reply as Diogenes, did to Alex- under, 'Stand out of my sun, there is for both.1 I i The last words of ihe Canadian i premier v.cre almost drowned in ap-i plause. he said, ''that the j union will come of all lands spring- i in from Knplanti's loins ensuring the j I peace of the world forever." j i Lord Roberts presided at the din-j nor and Sir Edward Grey a j speech, hut made no new announce- menf regarding the Anglo-American arbitration. FOR SALE. Two seven roomed fully mod- ern honres. with fire places and full basements, close1 in. cash handles and bal- ance arranged. One six roomed fully mod- ern house on Crabb St., cash and br.l. arranged. Also o-4 sec. raw laud. For paniculars apply to 712 6TH SOUTH PHONE 1156 Plate Burglary. Automobile, Employers' Liability. Accident and Lii'e Insurjinee. Asquith Lindsey of ihe Kmnire? Teach them the great-benefits would -be a preference in trade truths that have come down to us'and a preference in The through the ages of our Empire race has shaped the (ing. and that ihey come to Canada of the world during the last.j ,'Jiberty. not license to abuse that hundred years, and this closer) lerty. There must bo a guiding prin- junification of the component parts ofj behind our efforts in this Kmriire into one grand j dotibld. inlerest in the treaty of arbi- tration .between the I'nited States and the United Kingdom. Me exclaimed draauit ically, ;'I lhank Cod that be- tween the two people never were so ciond ;is they are today." j The Premier aroused them when he Grassy Lake Lots For Sale This town is half way between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. has a splendid location on C. P. R.. elevator, coal mines and the best farms in Southern Alberta tributary to same. Business Lots can be bought for S450.00. Residence lots, near ne-w brick school, from to on easy terms, investigate and you will buy. 320 ACRES FOR SALE, PER ACRE Earr terms. East half of Sec. 20, Tp. 9, Range IS, West of the at Chin Station. Office or Desk Room For Rent Gall or McLachlan Realty Co. 'of citizen making, and the young rnen llniperial whole would mean much and the voting women of today future progress and spread of civ- sun 'do the work. It, is absolutely neces-iilization in ihe world. J10 that every part of the'Empire be! Keep iho idea of being a. British sub- ruled over by thc, very heft, legislators 'ject uppermost in your mind. T feel and the men in our legislatures MS nr.icii a Briton when walking measured by ihe class of the masses: the streets of Calgary as if I were their const Ii But, there is larger problem still before the e'iii- li'xens of the British Kmpire. walking i land. tth 11 and 12 Southard Block Lcthbridge, Alberta. Canada. LAURJER NEVER WEAKENS iREV. DR. SALTON IN IMPERIAL RELATIONS; IS SCOUT MASTER i V streets of London. Eug- storn Canada wil] be ihe, Canada'dominant, p.irt of this great Empire j iat the present time is in the day. in the near future, and itj critical stage of her development. nor. folly 'o think that, the central' it will be impossible to go on for may some day be carried as we havf. been doing. There seem'on from Think what, ihis 10 be only three apparent courses thatljmpcrialistic idea means. Lot. each of can be taken ihat mny able to meet [you have a paving sense of your own contingencies of her greater [responsibility. The day will jgrowth. Canndi' may become we must come in as partners- led to tito States, and becoinejaml our shnre. England spent, in Jan iniegval pan of grenl'anaria iii" sum of {she niav say ihjt is already Confederation, and Then in point of pojiuKniou and vesourc- T.HC country bnck without saying ai f: Jos than many of ihr nations of Europe. >vord. (Ici'Iare for at; nation, yiiall 'or she may sock 'o her proper shaping of hi place in au Imperial itn.kc 'I'lir jjfohlem of futuro wiH.isiic schoun c.'irved out by people of the ing roiony s earlv as fii'tv yf-ai-s from now the er and betto Philadelphia, May that Cauiida ar.ii Cue United X'arter start led Philadelphia by :-s ni'ov'CoiMl to coniiuue 10 show jing in lobby of one of the principal! i ic world two nations oxtendinp; hot els wearing a cost time which spec- j I oc' 10 ocean living in peace said consisted of iMitiial resnecl, a for- tress a soldier or a ?uanl on either that ha. been seen hi; I side'of the boundary.- Sir U'iii'i'id at iens'h on ihe ;1n, aeration of Americans the appreiii-.iisions he "eased 1'nat they might Cnreaten intosrrily of the nonunion. 1 .V ihat ihe ma.iority of toolc f.ath of uliesiaiice to King t-ghts. At less; if was the tightest! .a.'1'een costume that ha> seen iu; the Quaker City since the hobble i skirt came in. Mrs. Carter is well' known socially in Ph'.ladelphia, B.iiii-j more. N'owport aad Xew York. had heard v.-a3 MigK Polk of Baltimore audj is a de.srondant of President Polk.i Her home is in Bryn Mowr, one of1 Hi? most of the suburbs cf anae.a. Rca! Eatste and Financial Brokers Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 3091 MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands J Arc we going to lor it not rather do our in !hf j fles'ir.y PO thm Pho may! e in the Imperial-J l lu-ii each srlf-govprn-' nil lake 'ts place as co- Krnpire. PA1XTIXG. DECORATING, PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any buildir.r; --e have builb in the. So writes a 7ih St. South Phone 363 rpp film for whom we a large contract. WELLINGTON BROS. PHONE 1472. You're Sure cf Good Work from Us. Sherlock St. I You will Have to Hurry are building a beautiful modern close in. Has fireplace, etc. Plans can he altered, if you act I quick, t.o suit buyer. Easy price. Eaaj terras. fhf WIRELESS MESSAGE FROM (YEAR'S BIRTH RATE PARIS TO OTTAWA! TRANCE LOWEST IN IN i CENTURY, London, May Pall Mall Ga-j Regina, Mav 23.-BailottinK for says Sir Wilfrid Laurier's name appointment of a scout master to takn! ____. always been connected with the, "id.oi.ei 1.0 irrowth of Imperialistic of the Saskatchewan contin-' Paris. .Miy in.sin nation of: Paris. Mny "Where particular turnings in his policy 'gent of .the boy who are attend- more- powerful machines ir, the wire- publishes an hare criticism it always the coronation In London nexi less station on the Kiffel Tower l-'p''i-illon. c.ii fi'uliy recognized rliat it took place in Regina on Patur- l.irien complerod pr.d ?ignr.lp sent Baling nront; stress of circumstances, not a weaken- day. when the announcement wa? made 'his to Canadn. The service will 's-'-ults o! the Iny in his will, which deflected him the chief justice, who sxamfned the bc officially inaupiiraied by a -'n France for from foal of consolidation. that, the Rev. Dr. Sakon. of satre' from President Falliore? to -Sir a IT ns foilov.-s: Standard the conference would jMoofe Jaw. had received the appoint- .Wilfrid I.aurier. Premier of C-asiadn. -s-n: divorces. not have "been itself without Dr. Salton will therefore the occasion of iii" Coronation of dcarhp. though Jiis presence Is an the contingent. The provincejKins George. ,1? if is the desire of the '''-f birrh? tho Jowost for Ing. reminder of what is happening iniis entitled to send SCOUI.P. and it :he f'.rst. meKsage sJin'l 'ury. in they nurn'norcd l.'iIP.doo. .America's arms wide! expected that the full quantum will exchanged with a French -speaking to IS'52. and Ojpen. country. 'numbered in IsST. -Tho .fournal Official: uaiisiician of Paris.! !o ih" re-i i and death statistics j ft. comnlpte fig- Marriages. .'50ft.- i births, i l a con- Prairie Ai ences Limi THE Dowsley-Mulhern Successors io 110 Fifth Street South. THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store. OFFICE EQUIPMENT and FILING DEVICES in steel and wood. TYPEWRITERS and TYi'EWRJTKR SUPPLIES and OFFICE PHONE 122. noiici: correspondonco from out of town points. All inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call again. to The Dows'ey-McMlllan Land Co. Phone 544 ;