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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta CAMROSE STUDY THE MAP Victoria Park The Choicest Buildi.no; Lois Wholesalers Are beginning to apprecint'e Camrosi! as a distributing centre The following have located (here: Messrs. (Jo. J. Gait, Ltd. ;J Miisscy-tLuTis Co. Brackinaii-Ker Go: Donnelly Watson Brown .Imperial Oil Co. Calar M.aliin Co. A Junction of Three Railroads is at Camrose Canadian Pacific East: Short line to Winnipeg' via Saskatoon. AVest: To Wetaskiwin. South: Via Wetaskiwin to Calgary. Xortli: Via Wetaskiwin to Ed mop. ion. The Grand Trunk Pacific i Toficld to Saska- toon to Winnipeg. West: ViaJTofiolrl to Pacific coast, through to Edmonton and YelloAvhcad. South: To Calgary.. Canadian Northern Ifortli-East. To Vegrcville. East: Via Vogrevillc to Win- nipeg. to Calffary. Four years ago CAMROSE was hardly ou the map, a town of four or five houses. To-day she is a thriving city. WHY Because the junction of three transcontinental railroads is at Camrose; a wholesale centre; a manufacturing centre; a mining centre; coal per ton; and in the centre of the richest farming district in the west. T Past experience has taught us that men who have made their wealth from Real Estate were those who ill VCStOi S bought early in the coming cities of the west. Buying lots in Victoria Park at present prices means large profits in the near future; Two years to such a town as Cam means development inconceiv- able. Two years to Victoria Park mean prices trebled. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY RIIY WHIIF THF RIJYINf, IS f.OOD DU I llliLi LIUI111VJ liJ Lyceum Buildi Phone 426 IS" FOR SOCIALISTS Irs. Belmont and Anne Mor- I gan Called "Notoriety I Seekers ViCT FATE ACCIDENT I seeking control of women's votes as; centered. It was read by A. M. j 'capital now attempts to hold men's. Simons, editor of the Chieago Daily] I votes." Socialist, and contained doctrines; i "NTo Bon Ton Suffrage." i which opponents declared absolutely j "We don't want to enlist the sym-Contrary to primary socialistic rioc- 'pathics of Mrs. Belmont and have {uines. The chief recommendations: Anne Morgan tell us how to carry I were as follows j on the shouted Joseph D. Tax all lands their full rental vai- Cannoii of Oklahoma. "Tin: poor ami devote ihe income to erect- j jWfUiZ W 3S striking shirtwajsl'makers helped our ing inaustrial plants tor A n cause 500 times as much as these no- of produce lei. the nation and state QJJ toricty seekers. No bon ton suffrage retain all lands now held and others father and the lad was taken to the .strangers to assist them in their (TPFV TO fHMi.M-__niiriiolt Trihunn' t UjtilvLv VJ AvLa i. i V father's house in an unconscious con- JUcuoi.-UunleU Inbunc. 1 VISIT HUDSON'S BAY MANY YOUNG i LEAVE FOR WEST Killed dilion. A hasty examination revealed the tact that no bones were broken. A _____ messenger was dispatched to Burdctt About 60 Arnpriorites Hire With B.C. I for Dr. Blackburn who went to i-i'u Lumber Company homo, but medical assistance was on iio avail and the away on Sunday. young life passed' Arnprior. May lure of the Vest attracted about voung Inmber Mr. ana family had but froni hc-ronboiu Monday. The The i left on. the C. P. H. Imporial May northern wildsi of Canada will probably have a distinguished visitor this summer. Karl Grey, who last year visited the Yukon, i.-i contemplating a journey ov- erland to. Hudson's Bay. If present for socialism." i to be secured and construct model Morgan aged years, and ccnuy ,nCved to this section. "They are backed by the capital- farms national ownership of rail- son of L. M. dim at his and a portion of the family "Limited Tor Waldo, II. C.. where they! plans are carried out the Governor-' Ichicago May 27-The au-ry dcnun- added Mrs. Marguerite I'rcvy, and Puhlic co-opcr- lather's homestead in 7-11 on Sun- havc rcsujing in ncnv island !luive bVen cnpagca by KOSS. Sas-j General will leave Ottawa in July for Ilion boxers trying to rim iof Ohio, "and that's enough to keep ;alivc farmer and wage- day. Death resulted from a bmstcrt lhc was prcparing Lumber Company. ?nd wiil -there be taken n important coming them out. If we let them dominate crtdlt ban1is !or b> jhotiie on the farm. The family came !'JS for a ty or lhe }io Xorth Wost one of the leading members and 'now they will dominate when we get stale and national insurance ot and a fonijianton started on j from .Marl pod, Alt a., whore Mr. iiml number tlic men willi feers-of approval from many other the vote." slock and Saturday just afti-r thr- dinner hour I had resided for several years. some considerable, time.: Counted Police over the route of the x" to drive the stock to coulee for! The body was taken to the family iTno lunlbor pays the fares'Hudson's Hay.. Railroad to Hudson's watf-r. He was riding a pony and j home in Bow Island. The funeral scr-; Waldo. B. C., and the wages flaidjHay. This will involve a very stiff while climbing up the bank of vices were held from the. home from ?2-75 a T1lo party'piece of wii.jcrnoss iravsHing, ssacb At Port Nelson or d men. The C. P. S. station J C.hurchill. whichever is chosen as lanft scone of activity all flay yester-j terminal of the journey, ihe Governor- took four trucks to carry General will he met by the Govern- ment steamer. Earl Grey, and in this Xo final action was taken. ON CANADIAN SERVICE coulee he gave the liorwr H. -harp cut, Tuesday afternoon and the body composed principally of young nn-jot it by canoe. lime; tcrrcd in the Bow Island cemetery. m iartcrs.brought an abrupt end to to-; The committee report inserting a ay's session of the nationalist soc-! siilTragc plank was ni shed to a vote! ilist congress and contributed to and was declared passed by the chair-i MORE ALLAN LlNERb taking the day the stormiest of all :man. Shouts for a recount and a he stormy week. ;baiiot vote from a large minorny London. May Allan says with a whip and at. the same t-V start iing teaiure of the morning' I were drowned in a tumult from the his company has inviied tenders for. jerked on the reins. Tho animal was Mr. and Mrs.' Swartz and family cssion during the debate of the snf-i victors nllfi tnc chairman, John G. ;MIC construction of a liner for Liver- a very tcndr-r bUtrd pony and. reared the sympathy of the entire com- rage question was a scries of warn- of Ohio> callcd foc lhc ncxt-pool-Canada express service, the lad jerked on the bits. In- jmunily in their bereavement. It is jgs against following Mrs 0 P i report. ;7woo feet, 22 thousand tons.'accommo-; -stead of settling back on her feet: doubly sad occurring just as the fam-' land Doctrines dating L'SOO pasengcrs. Allan said the after rearing the animal fell over Jily had sealed in a new and strange [vessel will journey tlirough Hudson s kltnont and Miss: Anne Morgan in ecking equal suSItagc. Both women rcrc denounced as "notoriety seck- rs" and "representatives of capital It Was on this the report of the 1 number of steamers to be ordered dc-! sideways and roiled over young'-country to make their home. How- Arthur Bronscombe. head European j Bay tand Straits, where commercial for Manchester. Robertson and craft in a few years will be making committee on agricultural problems, j pends on the conditions of the that the worst.fight of the session (mail contract. Ills companion notifierl the lever, thev found many willing hands Allison, is dend at St. John's, X. regular voyages with cargoes of wheat __ :_ -vf i f t hii 's and tender hearts in the land of and cattle from the Canadian. ;