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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May" 28.1913 THE Page 5 Summer By The Grand Old Pacific! Many Will Enjoy Real Outing This Canada's Greatest Demand for immediate occupation of lots by many purchasers decides com- pany to establish tent city water supply and community dmmg hall provided .for-nucleus of a great resort. This will interest every'man or woman who loves the out-of-doors the smell of the sea, the zest of real sport, the pleasure of boating, of bathing, ot walks in the primeval woods-and it will more than interest those who are.seekmg an investment that is certain of good returns within a reasonable tune. FREIGHT WES WERE V. F. M'Lean Raised Question Govetnroenl Should act Irrespective ol Com- AYlieu wo fust offered lots in this resort property on HIP wcsi roast ol Canada's Treasure Island of the ranted development including A c 11 ball, boardwalk ...d pleasure pier, golf etc. Wllhln Three >cars, soonc Ill l; K. complete.) its line beiorelliai lime. We did not anticipale any demand or ,u cast two j.. asa result of Die de.cripiions brought hack by some of the purchasers ol lots who Im .-..a IP scores of those; who have bought Urn have asked u> lo make arrangements to .11 u lo oMhe'charms ol' tin, great natural resort THIS summer. Arrangement, been ft Jl; MOln Who Ever Knew Any Corn to Stay? ever saw a corn so old, so to rt-vsl i Blue-jay planter f There are corns which tin fiM Slaiter that's trut. ut the most stubborn C'-TU cifl come out with the second. h uw easy. mission May In 'he Common this moinlng Mr. Vetnllc. of Mai sonoeuie, asked if tho eoiernmen had rectivtd auy information In gard io the 55 Itusslans Imtorled in the country by the C- b been Ill-treated in Saskatchewan. Hordea said that IN hen the mail T.C-J driHn 10 his aitenlion the olb day by Mr. Knovrlei. of Moose Jan, he had Inidvertenlly slated that Ihc Eovernment had reported no com inunicatlou in regard to the matter. He bad since discovered that a reso- lution sent to bib office had been re- ferred direct to the labor department 'he labor department officials had nada iwjulry uhlch invested lhat he facts as stdto.il resolution ecelied had been sonic what e.vagger ted. .The minister of labor will make statement at a later On the motion to po into supply F, Mel.ean introduied an amend uent declaring that In regatd to rail nay rates there should Ue equality a between the east and west. The mo Uon applied to teleisaph and es jiresa rales as well ss lo freight rale nut noUlo passenger rales, which are jlreidy on a basis of tqualltj. Mr McLean said that he had peeled lhat a bill (o amend ihc Hail- way Act would have been brought doirn this session. Had such a bill been introduced an amendment call- ing for parliamentary action. As the ho-.ise was about to prorogue and r.o such bill had been introduced he had decided lo this amendment. Mr. McLean nuoted In support or the prin- ciple of equality of rates throughout Ihe Dominion. He said thai the C. and For two days the corn is for- gotten. Then yon taVe off the jilasttr and Ihe corn comts out. It o-.it entirely and for- vithout soreness or any discomfort. Did CVLT know anyone to use a Blue-jay just lhat now easy. If not. why dorTl you try it? it is. The little Why ii'.i end vo'jr own icrcs ia plasier is applied in this taoJern scientific wajr? jiffy. The paiu Now used on a milhoa corns i'.opa "instaaily. monthly. Ala tU sotl P Il lor cots. B wax from WtfiOiez. C aToui4 the ice. It is narrowed late D Is adiitihe fasten the poster on Corn Plasters Sold by DrujgiiU 25c per Alio B-jaioa PIMIerl. There is Only One "Bromo Quinine" That is Laxative Bromo Quinine USCO THE WORLD OVER TO CUKE A COLD IH DAT. lUwajs tbo full name. I.ooV [or this signsture on every box. 2So. mile from there lo the city ot Van- auver. Ur. Ncely ol Humboldt said that it the railroads 11 ere taking the Iirosperily of Iho west that must effect the cast as well. The Hallway Com- mission was Iho proper tribunal to deal with tills question but the. gov- ernment was not forcing the issue before them. lion Frank Cochrane spoke briefly in closing He said tha Railway Commission was Ihe proper tribunal to deal with this question. He did col think (here had been undue delay in handling it. There were 230, 000 different tariff rates iu the vres' Bad Blood U direct and inevitable rnaltof irrrgukr or constipated bowcU and clogped-up fcidaeys and Am. The undigested food and otherwteinit- ter which is allowed to the Mood tad whole lysUm. act directly on thebomlt.seguhtb( the fivijAgdKa ease and strr ngth to Hterne on the slin, opernof up theporet. Forpure blood and (nod heahh Uke Dr. Morse's Indian Root r We have wort A brgcCommim- Hv cliniii- Imll and oilier linvc been built on one ol Ihc-prett.est parts o1 tho sulphur water too, lor those UCSHUH been completed witli truck gardeners who a witl enjoy llic. ouliiig. Many of iho tents n. on mojovitV of those who will tliosui.nm-r or parl o it erty' will go up iipsl month. The result will be a Tenl Uhy.of considerablesi.e the lu.st Hinimci ol'tlie Kesoi't's existence. linngine the fun this resort provides for even now, with complete slill to the finest on the continent, on the open Pacific; glorious scenery ol scu, s an d il Is, ,c vcl-y host of swimming, boating, bathing, JfaUii- trouI, duck JItu m v The onlv HEAL plcusuru resort on the open ocean to be lonnd in Canada. inc imentsnow under war f-oiiiplctcd, this resort will soon rank among the most lamous in Available for a .here song; and on very easy terms. Sow is the tune to buy if. are annroxiinate qiiai-ter acres and all arc giiaranlccd 'good can buy onfe of these iQts, build a sin all coftage, have it in- two and rent it for the, balance of the season if he so dc- H. ,-apidly in value as the resort progresses. Von buy with the company's guarantee (o return all money paid by those who are dissatisfied with after 8END now going over Hi" commifsioi vould b'e able to clear the mat ter and it did not'have th necessary power, that power be piit into the AE the vfhol ousicess nas even now Ijeing deal ho could not accept tho result lion. Tho McLew. resolution whe rat lo a mi delealed 60 to 4 the Liberals nith Mr. JlcLep: with the exception ot Mr.'.Marcil i Bonaventirre, who toted vlili the to eminent P. It. is .now ecormousiT ricli and JQJ ailteient tariff geltinf concessions from the 3nA experts were [Dominion government that company He hoped he willing to give" something to the people in relurn. He favored the equalization o( rates even if tlie cost of operation is Metier In the west than In the east. All the people ol the country, ho said, contribute to Ihe upkeep of the railway and clti- jzenship of the Dominion should in- equalily of .Mr. Mc- Lean said that the declaration of the Winnipeg hoard of trade undouhledlr represents the view of all the people of Western Canada. Therefore Iherc was no reason why parliament should not mate a dcclaralion on the sub- ject. He had no faith in relief hclns ghen bv the Mllway board -nhlch is engaged" in studying rates. The board has been at work for ir.onlhs and will continue at wort- for rr.any months more. Parliament should come lo its relief nr.d declare at once lor equal- ity of rates. Jurisdiction In the mat- ter resis with parliament and there 's r.o reason nhy the west should al ways be called lo pay higher rates than the east Or. Clark Agrees Dr. Clark following, said he quite appreciated that courage ot Mr. Me Lean in plowing a lone furrow. II had done a lit'le of this himself an could assure him that It was not a ssnnc. Wn.if-v.i f'nnada this "rent resort. People will'floek to it in greater numbers every veTr link in a points of. interest on wonderfn., scenic Vancouver Island, one of America's gmilosl tourist playgrounds. AWAV vriH TOMPLKTE LITERATURE WITH PICTURES SHOWING YOU .JUST WHAT THIS RE- THE OFFEU OF A LARGE CASH PRIZE FORTIIE BEST NAME-READ HAVE SEEN THIS PROPEUTY-xb OBLIGATION ATTACHING TO YOUR OF SEND TODAY. THIS NOW Coast DcvslopmenT Co., Llmilcil. Union Bank Building, Victoria, 8. C. send tne complelo do- {tils'oTyour oftcr of lols In Cninda'a OicaU'Sl Pleasure lleaorl. LOCAL AGENTS KNAPPEN KNAPPEN Vancouver, B.C. General Sales Agents NEW DAYTON New Daylon. -May hower was very pleasing to Ihe farm- rs. The grain was nol suffering for ck ot moisture, but rain Is neatly ways welcome here. Some of the visitors to Dayton he past have been: G. .T. Kc-m- mis, J. B. Hathorn and right, J.plhbTldge: Miss Ellen Colbyl Dupuyer, Mont., and O. Bnglehart, O Berg, Ji. Andrews, H. Law, Mark Brady, F. S. LelTingwell, M.P.P-, B. G. S. Core, G. Graham, Dlx- on and J. Lvkor, all of Warner, Mrs. R. P. Athi or the past wee! absence the pulpit will'be filled br F, Specktnan, of Raymond. Miss Phillips, of Lelhbrldge, is at the home of M. b.. Gordon on proftF- sional duty. R. B. was kicked by a horse Saturday night and in conse- quence finds it necessary to wallt with a cane. '.Messrs, R. W. jttsingor and J. G. Welsh were Calgary visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. L Gordon are re- joicing over the biith of a daughter, jorn Tuesday. May 2t. G. H. Moreiand was a ijCthbrldge visitor on Monday and Tuesday. Rev. J. M. Treadrea, Lombardy, and Joseph ilcCornell, Sharbot Lake, Methodist ministers, are applying for superannuation. They have' besn in the ministry over forty years. 0 ,'i i tins has been quite III I Ik. Dr. of Ray- altogether pleasant task. Speaking 1 a jocular vein he said he had hope for Mr. who was naturally radical. The nay might come whe he would be even advocating frc trade. He agreed with the action an said there ought-not .to be any di crimination in freight rates betwee east and wesl. Hon. Frank Oliver Hon. Frank'Oils er pointed out th le question had already been hro-jg p in" the house by llnrlln. Tl ouble, he said, trie not only d rimination but a question of-the i crlor tales in the west. Ho he opinion that it TV as a question thai artlaraent itself could Sflllo as the lallway Act declared for equality ol ales. The lime has eome when par- amtnl should assume Ihe responsi- illly of instructing Ihe com- mission lhat there should be no fur- her discrimination. member for Kdmoaloii said that he was of the bp'nion lhat Ihe trans- portation companies nere absorbing a arte share of the heneflls from the dudes lo he erected. Thp manufac- urers were, of tho opinion Ihey were securing It, but he believed lhat Ihe railway companies gelling the lion's share. 'Hon. Frank Oliver said lhal as re- gards Irado between eastern anil nesi ern Canada the tariff means a tariff or the railroads as much as for the eastern manufacturer anil possibly a good deal more. As regards railroad opposilion he tho-Jght Ihe cost of operation mus considered hut not Ihe rifnally o population. Where the ropulallon wa sparse where business could b bulll up. Sir. Taylor of NCT .Westminster pointed oul the Ine-nuallty ot passen fir rates In British Columbia' rchor nvo cents n mile Ii charged. He sal that the Great Northern Hallway Irf lircen Seallio.arid.Viincoiivcr charge (wo crnls n milf hum Scalltc lo Iti Cauadian 'lioundary ar.d Bvc c'enls mond Is in attendance and a speedy recovery Is hoped for by her many r'ends. Mtss Ellen Colby ot Uupuyer, Mon- tana, is a guest at the New Dayton Hotel. Miss I.. Fawns, ot Raymond, is al (he home of H. F. Atkins on profes- sional duly.- Her. Toomhs and Mrs. Toomos left on Tne-day for .Toronto to atlcnd tha Assembly, and during" Mr.' Toombs' LARGEST STEAM- ERS FROM CANADA DEPARTURES FROM MONTREAL WILL BE' WHITE DOMINION LINE June 3rd Teutonic MONTREAL and QUEBEC to LIVERPOOL FOI-UWEI) BY LAUHENTIC June 10. CANADA June 17, MEGANTIO .June M LAUHEN and regularly thereafter. For particulars a.k any Agent or write W.-M. 3H Main r P ._________Winnipeg. Manitoba Ask About Our Summer Tour ot Four Wetka for Financial Presiifle There is a definite and desirable standing read- .______ ily accorded (o the nun who maintains a strong bankipg and mates good use of it. In fact, by simply opening a Checking Account and making all payments by Cheque, yon gam the respect and confidence of business men. Motever, 'the Safest and most convenient way to make ail payments. LETHBRIOGE BRANCH ORASSY LAKE BRANCH B R. TINNING, A.' B. KINO, ;