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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, XOYlvMIU'.H 8. Tim LRTHBIUDGE DAILY PAGE nt-TUKX v U. F. A. PROTEST (v CAR SHORTAGE 1 ur UK; senate was cairlcJ Ly a vote uf 57 lo n gov- v frnmciiL majorlly uf 29. Messrs. Duraham, Campbell, Kno.t, SIEEL SHE Jrtfcs Thai Coiumilteo Specinl Mediation Ite Gslablishcd To Settle All Dis- putes s. I'nlteil h'urjut-rs of Allttrld lucKiy Hie LIun's MC rotary, 11. iy ROI into tiiUrli wtili "tic rail way LoLiM iniU ilio railway Iu l to [lit car ls. Johnston ant Kennedy t.u flrat voting agaln.-t T rumor.t. J. A. Itolib and G. D. Nldiohou an- lO'jniTd tnat Ihcy In this A bill lo anicAil the -hipping ports without certificated If fcui-h couM not be stcurtd. Krneat Ijpolntc, Quo bet; pro> tested lhat Iho bill hud only bocn r, yesterday and WEB N'ov. tans :ill Mrliiiw rts " burJ'm." awl doi-lnjing tliut h nci nln-tj Iu country either for In- dustrial despotism or Ijibor clfrspol- the, st-uulu commitu-e ftulLnrli- i'J to iiivi'jtlgutu the steel strike pn- jttitcil a report loJuy tovci'fni; Us lu'irinR.-, and in and (.Titi'.'lzlni; both tho work era und the employers IB the ton- iriTorsy whlrli resulted in at lean -Jiarui'Hon of the steel indus- try. The I'Oiiunlitte's dtc'iaion. c-onc-nnvQ In hj-ull meinbor.t.v.vjis in tliu FtnlQiiicnl thai "iho public has n tight to dumaiiJ thai capital shall not to Hstlf Ihc'right to rtpter- mlau In its own way those: industrial Institutions, and It la the same as in bbor, and tho duty upon TO inovide sunn; way of UiCiC dinicullks." An a urovt-nlive of tliu commitico con trotenlritivos not bo from outside the Industry." krU-hlnK briefly iLo hUiory of the su: el blrikc, tlic leport ik-alt wiih the eiTorls of slrlko katlerj [u get Judge E. II. (Jury, chairman of Ihu Sian-s Steel Corijoratlon, a confer- ence far t-TiOLiKli to point out COM- j millec members (clt nyrnialliy v.'itlij ilio on i-olleclivc bivrgalning. bu did not belk-vo ihe steel ElrJhera b-ji! t-iheii tho rlfiht course. Dealing tentatively with Iho char-J jje-s by Ihul the tlvll autliorl-' lies nnd.courie of western I'enubyl- vunl.i were conlrotlcd hy Ihe steel i-cmpanii's llicin, tho report "The action in many cases lias been Eiuli lo lead one side oi this contro- versy to the belief thai the officers of the Liw were acting on tho side or the filed t-oinpDules. Such a elluailon Is unfortunate antl helys tu dlscou- tcnl. As luny as officers are human lie-Ings i hoy v.-lll make mistakes. They Fhould be'very ivireful ihRt In main- all- lalnlng the majesty :uid ended al mlcl- Ihcy do nuthlnn lo bring It -nlo disrespect." AlilLougn Hon. J. A. Hurray rfaisn j In regard to inc r cJ as leader unil said he -would not lie incctlugs in llie strike zonns, candidate lor the position, Inttuc-urc r-uinmlttcc obsrrvovl that "the EUii-lwas brought. bear after several im-! prcsslun of frauk discussion only f acccssful attempts had been made lug rusheO through. HOD. A. Iv Mai-Loan that It only gave the minister to do tw tho utit blx month-; what ho had Leeu doing under, an order-In-c-ouacil e afi jnieuJuicriti to thv Caoaila Shipping i sure as dtngeroup, anil Mr. MecLuan giving tho iiiIcULcr to! finally vrlihdrew ttc bill because of allow a EalllnB ;o uove Canad-( the Iu It. Canadian Pacific Railway Company Gives Hearty Support to Victory Loan President E, Beatty makes Statement Regard- ing Big Subscription Just Announced by Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, Showing that the Company Will Stick by Canada 011 the Loan. in ht-r a [am Lear ULIV [on. O.. Look n suu from (L? Trsll. uni uitinS'- [he tiouce. It, rlrifj aHc. She IVdanil 11 y ilo.iti court k-r lo. fa., L L four, u t y IK' llvinsf. i.-; :vn iuvjllil .-xilJi a ST. JOHN. X. H.. Xor. IJou. J. A. ?lurray will cuntinub as leuder o[ Hie opposition party hi New Uruns- wick. This decision reached in ainrirciitly only v.-ay j jc accoiituaie a bn.d situation.; to ?rcure one else nucl he con-i DKSPITE the (ad ttiat the Canadian Parific Compaay is oppaird lo Ihe iLatLonaLiuiion of the Grand Trunk Raitaay, il has an- nounced through Sir Thomas chairman o[ Ibc board of Ihal tl will suiirK.rt the Viclory Loan lo the Mlrnl of a subscription for :is ugainsl lasl year. The attilude of Ihe C. P. R. on ihe _. Victory Loan is clearly slated by Mr. Ii. W. Dealty. llic president. Jle quoles Ihe slatenicril ol the minister of finance regarding Ihe to which the money from the loan -will be whirli gives auce thai ft is for the purpose of re- paying money which is owed, paying J-l i- i i L _ _-1 _ _ Lihor lo secure even' its Jus-l tlu.- IT roHiais to ihciii." K Is rui'ommcndel that con- KTOSS auiliorlie tho establishment of some Hiitlj in c ill at Ion agency with well defined suuh HS the recently ills an Ivtiii ivar labor hoard. ''Tbe board vruald have the power o'.1 i.omiiulaory the repPJT iftlJs on Ihis subject, but "not to ill" oilent uf toinpulstiry ar'uiTr.iutin. A JUKI decision of [he board would be- the investigation were fnirlT nntni'i- leporl. thou. ouun iicini. Tin uninals ougnt UOL 10 bo iiermiUeu luitrnud. lo continue. men from.meeting to lalk over j iJelegatcs who K'fl before adjourn- llieh1 and toli.ieut Htmouucsd llial tne convention men ihclr Iu favor of Joln-.liad ('ftcldeil to ailont the new name or Ihc J'ooplo's Progressive party, but j this ivns dcuied liy ihc.scntleruan lo u'liom ivas entrusted the task ot Issu- j ii'ii an official statemer.l adjouru-1 iiic-nt. The following resolution was 1 finally adopicu: "Vfc'o recommend the convention of Ihc party for IJia selection o[ candi- dates in each rural conatltueTicy lo choose as rejire (-ntatives as larpe a. Irnmbzr as poscinlu of practical MARKETS Grain ind VVIXMl'EG, Nov. today cloacil 1-lc lovrcr for December; 1-Sc on v.hich lliuy could rio: lou-er for May; bailey 3-41: lilgher for report was .signed hy Sen- Xovembci, l-2c higher for December alnr Konyon. of town, chairaian. nnd i-4c litebcr for May: closed Srnalora yifrlinK, Souih Dikoln: i lower for Xovcnibcr. 4c tower for rhlopp. Ccloi-ado. 'Repuiilit-nns: and I December anil Tclo'wcr for May. MeKcllai', "I'enrr-sscp. and I Winnipeg Markets 13cmociat3. TrcnllnK of the causes of ;hc- slrikt-. the (.-0111111 Ettec in its report cxiiruiecd the opinion thai ihe walkout was prn- dpltaleil by Ihe (IctcmjInsLlin nf lliu American federation oC Labor lo or- ihe slcsl indmtry. Wages aro not ;t faclor In the strike, tlio commit- ico hekli being high cnougli lo give no reason for dissatisfaction. Hours of tbe workyrp, buivcver, the senators be- llcvpd, lire too lonpr. "We brlleve tliiit s larfcft Jnajorily of iho men aciualU' T.-orklns. in tlw mills work 11 lo 12 hours I said. Further Lehlod tlio strike, the com- juillei! foiled. WHS masse rl "a cons Id- emble clenicnl of rcvolulltmary nidlc- Ib. of which it said there Is uo fiiicitum but lliat Willinm 7.. Foster, secretary oC the senum! strike com- Kiiltuc, M as :i loader. With Jacob Marsolie.. uttomcy for the I. Ur. :nnl in the stilkc. ijcf.relQry cr.jnn In for "Tho n-orkcrs ID the att'ol uiilla Just cbmiiltvtni relative to the hours of scrvlco on ihe part of some of them, nnd the right to have that ccmplnlnl heanl by the sjld ihe coniniisEion in nuruining formal "They harl the right lo have representatives of Ihclr own lo present grievances to Ihe employ- Some neiiibora of the conitnitlcc December .May........ November December May....... Xovembnr Dcceiuhcr May....... December SI "A t3 4 S3 452 4'JS MIEIOG.I.R. H. W. DEATTV l Canadian Pacllic Railway Company just debts lo Ihe soldiers, Canada's credits and furthering tmdc antl cornnrmdal expansion ol Uic The still further assurance that none: of the money from Viclory Loan witl he userl for the acqriiiition of Ihc G. T. H. or Ihc payment of any indebtedness incurred Ihc.rrby adds to Mr. Hcalty's rras'oiw for .believing that Hie Loim should be heartily suuporled. lie .slalcf I havr embraced, a great dca' of pleasure, the opportunity ol 03 this iu of the fact liiat elements Jiavt cnlcrc-J ialo it which rcudtr a thuugb my own position in it miy bt rcparcleiJ delicate and .even in- vidious. 1 have read the comprehensive alalemcnt mad-: hy (he Aiinistcr o! Finance us loth; object; of Ihe Loan, Cash Prices W. Kced SI V: 2 Feed l'C. W. 2 L1. ;lra' 1 1 Feed Track S C. W. Tlcjcclcrl Track X. W. C................ J C'. W..................... Track Rye- No. 2 c. Livestock WINNIPEG, 4SO 44S 70V, ..HIV; Nov. ir. the yards this mnrnlne were cattle, 397 hogs and "Oiecp for local inartcla while 1.BS2 additional head ot cattle are on through bhllng. Heavy receipts -of cattle, and gheap though most grades ore selling House of Commons Accept? of Opposition- Leader is Changed The hog market. Is Elcady at 515.50 for selects fed Rntl walercil. Good lambs and sheep are M about steady with Friday's Any mart or woman who keeps handy will tell you thai thing. OriVAVA, Xnv. sen- ate nmendmenl fixing llic price j Gnind Trunk stock has been concurred in hy llic com- mons, on ;i vole of 57 lo 28. Gov- ninjnrily of '29, Remtdied a Defect OTTAWA, Xov. H. Wisniore, Rt. John, movcrl Tor leave to introduce n Ull to amend the senate and house of commons acL Ilo explained hat at present It is provided that there shall Im payable to the loader o[ tho opposition an additional sessional al- lowance of He wifihed to amend the section by substituting Ihe words "additional for "additional lit tuongiit It wag not the intention, when the net was passed, to give Ihc leader ot the opposition a sessional allow- ance TvLen the prime minister anJ ministers received only on annual al- lowance. In Ihc case of two sessions. the leader of Ihc opposition receiving f a year, or more lhan the prime minister. The motion was agreed lo and Ihc bill read a first lime. Hon. Arthur Meighen moved concur- red tlic rz.Tiom whv ii slitvjlrj receive the support of Canadians who havt llic welfare ol Ifia lit.n t and llic sustaining of its credit a: of vilnl con SITU uenrt-. Tlis Minister ot and mysel( are nol cnlin: knew him first as (IpjnieE fur.Uir. City af Tnronlo and I admired him as an adroit Counsel :md a sonirl lawyer. _ I kno'A" him as Chairman of Ihe Rnilvay Board, and I marvelled at lines at his utlrr dbregard of lejal prin- ciple. I know him nov.- as Minister of Finance whose lint wort i.i the successful pro-icruli'jn o[ lliis I.oan. Iiul who hns. I think, h very sincfre ap- prc-cialion of the.necessity for naUoiisl economy .ind jjruderist in official iTJObntliture for" Iht: nexl years if Csinada is "to ream the high plane ol to which il is entitled, f liavn also known tliG Minister in rolea whkn did not secure my linqnaltficH lawyer, an able judge, and will I pnilional asj-.-i as Finance MidsLcr, Iml his not nit th'al I could wish. Some time when he was a lillle younger, and Ihercforii more prone lo make wrntn :i he wrolc llic boat as Cliamrfan of Ihe lloyal appainlcd ID cii-iuirti into Ida Railway siluilion in Cinaih, a.i'l Uie baa': called, anJ will go do'A-n inlo history as ric-porl." I read all ot il T.-ilh a greal tlcnl of 'ntcrpat and of il wiUi a great deal of appreciation. In it sa'id snnv- iiirc Ihinys about the C. E'. then he UiaL Ihc enmcul yt iniijIiL all Ihi o'ber i jilway-i and operate Ihi'in under n whiv-h he rjullinsd. I hive iil.vays ho'.v n man could b; so and so wrong in ihc sumo rrwt. In of this-- the Minister no donht regarded ai his 'opus rail-vnyi were ami atill ethers :ite dciigaud lo bs lh> support oTlhoss advocating acquisition lias already been fo-j.i.t in this Epistle knoivn as "the Uiaylon-Aiv.vorlh ftcparl." ESI'KCIAMA' those rrcnueally hy rheumatic twinges A CQimtC'r-trrllani. Slnnn'.i Llni maul scatters Ihc congestion anil jiene- Iralcs %7ithou( rubbing trj the afflicted jiaft, soon rC'llovlni the ache and psilr.. Kept .handy Tin'I used everywhere (or reducinR and finally cllmlnnling UnKcd e tho palna and achos ot strain, joint stiff- ncsn. sprnina. bruliEoa, Ihc result of ok- i lo wcalhor. close, but poor, thin, light of whtc4i a gooflly iiumlier'aro on tLc marliol, arn hard to disposc-of and njicei (or Hits class or Bluff are rang- ing from 3c lo fie, London Wool Market LONDON, Nor. were 10.- J77 offered at tho wool auction salts yesterday. '-Einc grades wcro firm. The Cape ol uorjtl tlojiu and Natal sold from 10 la lo per tent, over New York SlocVi eales: 1 Stntes PIcol, i Slcel prcforred. reuce in Ihe tjcnatc anicnJnicnts to the Grand Trunk Holhvay bill. Tho only amoDilmont whtt-L was of any Import- ance, he said, was Ihc one which (i: _ ine maximum award of the arbitral [at a sum which would yield not more lhan annually on Ihc prcf crcncro and common Blocks. This with the amount agreed on RS an annual Interest payment on the guaranteed slock, would lotal Hloan's r.tnlmciit U .told hy all drug- 70c. ndc Jn Lirtimen.t i Keen et tiAndv KITC prisoners wnlllnff trial at Fllnl, Mich., jail escaped by down nn improvised ropC1 nf Ijcd- dolliM. Tins Is the Ihird Jnll "tlc- llrcry wllliln ttirco weeks. j Kalionlng of sugiir lo manutactur- 'crs pf r-jintlj-, solft drink 9 nnd tho II ko IK Kqunllzallon Uoard, hy the LT, S. Sugar The Minister has appealed lo Ui all In (jjvr our tl support In this, Liian. and INcpurpusc of lliis .statement is lo (ranldy explain to you what "ic Co: _ _ _ ._ _ L have recently r.dyiaed and ihc people, their intention lo acquire the. Grnncl Trunk the Ciranfl Trunk Pacific ihc position of Ihe Company I have Ihc honor ki will be. Tlic Government nave recently r.dvbjed and ihc people, of Their proposals have come, before thr pimple al trie same time thai siippatl of the people lo Ihe Victory Loan is hriiifl strongly urced. There crisis in Canada a strong sentiment among a groat many pitopTe- llul Iho proposed uclion is unnecessary a''ifl umvisc and will inipcsc upon, the psoplc a burden which could lie avoidwl. In Ibis connection and as one of the grounds on wlricli ParJiamcnl urged to support proposals, it is said that if they arc nol conllrmcd and the roads aro nol acquired by Ihe (iovernmrul they use tlic tAprcssive phraseology of the Minister of "gobbled up by thu P. II." I can imagine several things worse Ihnii that, il is o'rvlv right tTiat I sfiould point oul yon lhat I here ccrlain lo course which render the possibility of il ever [.iking plarc almost ridiculously remote. In Hit first place. I may be pardoned for calling your attention lo tbe fact that llicrc exists by .Stalulc an absolute prohibition ggainst any arrnagcmcul by way of jimalgaination or joining of earning between lli'c Canadian Pacific and the. Grand Trunk or anv branch linrs of llic Grand Trunk or leWd by U or under il5 control. In the snc-ond place. Ihe Grand Trunk in many respects, the existing facililies of ihc Cannilian which wcrjM render Sjolh unnecessary and unwise. Iri Uic Ihird ptat.0. '.ha Grand Tnink cannot be diyofccd froin (he Grand Trunk Pacific its enormous whirh I imnsinc no Corporation in Canada would Ihink ol assuming even. Ihongh they able, to do lastly, the acquisition of Ihc Grand Trunk or any portion of it has never susr- gcsleil to Ihc Canadian Pacific ur by Uic Canadian. Pflf ific and has never bctn nmsidered or conlcmplaled in any way or by uny inc a PL; direct or indicpcl. The sugijMlion is th6 old familiar bogov which has been rniscd on prcvioui occasions and which Ls only raised in fulfilment ot the pracl in Ihc purchase of property, namely, IhRt of securing nn imaginary second Mr. Mclghon said ho thought purchaser in order to make llic purchase more attractive lo those who have some doubt ns lo whether nr nol they wnnt ID effect a purrha-ic. Tlie frositioii df the Canadian Pacific is llie position of every oilier taxpayer in Canada, Ibc ol with grave .ipprthension upon Ihe of Hitsc enormous obligations under a system of administration which we do not be- licvp. lo be cficctivc. From a purely cornpelitivc standpoint yet reached...... scri' JUMP FROM BED A SINGlN' Take for Your Liver ;iml Bowels and Wake Up Clear, Cheery, SUy Sick! Tomorrow Iho aim wHI ahlne for (eel rlfilit, Don't gfay LlHoua or coti- by Fool splendid Cnscarcla itcc.Talonnlty. They II unwise lo fix an nniounl, ns jho sciv 1 nto had donp, liccansc the Grand Trunk Kriarbholdora might fool that such action contrary lo the prin- ciples of arbitration, however, us it might prove n saftigunrd, Iho govern- ment would not oppuso IL Hon. W. S. Fielding Ihonijhl It dan- gerous to place n on tho which ilio nrbllralori should grant, U waa an Invitation to name that nmotml. At any rato that Impression would abroad. He thought that the minister would have hern much moro consistent In his altlluilc If he had moved non-concurronce In tbia ainond- I incnt. I. Ilo al.-a nskcd why an nllompl Imd bec-n made lo ramouflaso Ilio real pur- pORO of Ihc niuc-mVuiGnl which was fix n ni.ixtniuni of for Ihc award, hy referring merely to Ihc In- Icrest piymcnts. It the Idea was to Ihc maximum ftt why should U not be clearly Btatcd. Mr Mclghcn snld Ihc amendments not alter the inleiitlon of the lilll. Hon. MRcKcnzic-Klns thought that any award .should IJR baaed on the ael ual value of the roaA and Its equip- nipnt, D. D. McKcnzIo protested IhaL he would not be a parly to passing auch an fiincmlmcnl. Yesterday the house said in effect that It WAS too poor lo give money to Iho Eoldlcra. This morning It proposed lo hand 000 to the railways. Hon. W, S. wanted lo I act wlihont griping ov inconvenience the anicmlmonU Bcparitoly. so lhat yen. Kvcrything will aecni clc-ar, To.iy Pml bright. Your ayatciii la filled with liver and bowol polsnn _ which keeps your pnllovr, your They never you Jikc Cnlomcl, ho could volo for ono and aKfllnal tlio stonmcli your head taw nnd.SaHs, Oil or nasty, hnrxh I'llla. They olhcr, Ho would not support flc-hlntf. ,-Your incnla arc lunilrjif Into, cost no IKMc. enrols any inaxiinuni, i anil acida. You cau you slccji, un the dlvlfion, llic motion to con- Ihc Company has nol yet reach apprehension uic assumption of enormous liabililics Ijy its coni- d Ihc stage when il ran contemplate wilti Clear Your Scalp and Skin With Cuticura 'Afler snaring and before tcuch dartdniff cr irriiailon, if ?.ny, wilhCuticura Ointment. Wash all off wiihCuticurr.Sonpandhol water, using plenty d Soap bcsl applied mih the One Soap for all U.3CS, shaving, Finally1 diisi shaven parts whh Cuii- cun Talcura. 'llie Soap, OinUneni and Talcum sold everywhere. LEGAL NOTICES and Mean Reitlesi Nighti SHERIFF'S SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA To lly virtue of a certain v-rit of cxe-.iv I'rij out or the District Court Jjil Dlfllrkt uf rruvlnrr of Alberta, nl Ihfi suit ol Si-ut: fc CarruiherF. Plainlllf. and J. Defendant, 1 Hare nnd Ittken execution the intercsi uf ihc znid J. UuJd In and to the la-ndp. the Nortli- (inarifcT or Keciior. Tiitr'y-dve In Township Klglit Uinre 'i West of tbe Koirlli Mcrldtin. containing one luin- 3 and silly (1COV acres, of kts. reserrlnj onto Majesty, fjicceESors au.l AEstgus aH inlnei and and the. right to The Interejt of the eaid J. D. Rudd Iu tho ahova ianda I eliall offer for on Satordny, the tweDty-jccona i1 ay ot November, A.D., 1019, n irir cfflcc In Town ot Taber tit llie or twelve o'clock noon. at tLe office ol Ihe Deputy I Sheriff at the Town ol Taber tins 21-.h day ct Ocioter, 1919. EDWAHD T, WEST1UAKE, Ad Deputy Sheriff. fit and 6niiS ask for glovei betrinf this buttoK C.1P.R. Sailings TRANS-ATLANTIC QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL Empress of France, ton! NOT. 25th. MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL Mlnneaosa ............NOT. 16 Scandinavian 2S ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Metag.lmn .......-.....Dec. 4 Mhmcuosa............Dec. 11 MONTREAL TO GLASGOW S Melita ........-.........Oct. 31 'OHN TO GLASGOW Prclorian ..........'....Dec. 5. Sicilian ................Dec. 11 (Fasten application formi Call or for iull inrbrm> lion, C. I1. H. Ticket Oltlce, JAS. CORDON Depot Ticket Acenl PHONE 5I2 Tickets issued on all othor At- laotlc llaea. fOs perhaps not necessary for me lo explain my own views on Ihe subject jo' Government ownership and npc ration of Ilaitaays, but ft is I think desirable lhal I should lo you vlry ran hold one view on this subject and still an indr.pcntlcnl VICTV rm Ihc subject of Ihc Viclorj- Loan. You ntc familiar Vilh Ihc of- tlic Ihr.v arc slated ofllcjally lo br'Topay in- debtedness jiicurrcrt and lo meet lo be made in connection demobilization llir Jiulhon'zrd Service GraLuity to land and olher purposes connected vnlh Ihcir re-cslablish- mcnL into life, fnr the Capital onllcvy for building and other national undrrlakinR and for thn rjlabluhmcnl of any nccewarvVrcdiLs fnr Uic pur- chase of grain, foydsliifls, limber nnd olhrr products and will be apent wholly .in Cnnada." Thw officiftl slalcmcnl is fuilhrrAuppJcinenlcdby Uie Ministers own statement Ihnt no portion of Him money.1; will be diverted to the nc- tltiisilion of Ihc Grand Trunk or Ihc payment of sucli obligations fa will be incur rod by surh ntqui.sition: in oilier ffifs Loan Is In th essence n Loan lo support Canada's crrdfl, lo repay The moneys which It owes. (Urgcly lo Us people) (o pay Us Just debts lo its iojdlcrs. and lo further Its Iradc and commercial c.Tpnnslon, Any one or all of these rtawns Is sufficient ID wdrranl llie suypotl of Ihc This is not a Loan lo any Government of Canada bill a Loan for Canada initialed by Ihc Government of Ihc day. There is a distinction in my mind between Ihe support of Government and the support of pur own country, and if (his money is required for the lallcr pur- it in irrefutable that Ihia is the M support which woiHJ otherwise be given to H should 1 think he frllhheU of a difference of opinion In respect of proposed railway politics. Tlic Canadian Pacific a Canadian enterprise, its prosperity upon llie prosperity of Canada. Al no time before the War Or Ihc has ill lhat Ihe Company did not realise and fulfil lolha br-ii of its hbilitj1 the chhgationi which il (his country, and so I nm al libwly lo say lr> you ( nolwilhftanding my inubilily lo support a railway C" y which I consider unjustified nnd unwarranted (trid I lliink 1 flm por- in. n lo appreciate-, some of Ihc rvbicelions lo such a policy) the smpert lo this Loan the Canadian Pacific Company and Ihe amount of subscription of the Company lo the Luan, will be exactly the same at It would hate hccn had nut (his (jucslton of the fuliirc of Mhcr railways been into r talan althk time. prince Sotel CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor-Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW 13 Orduna.. .Dec. S CarDinniii...................Dec. 17 NEW via Cherbourg and Southampton Maurclanla Nov 22 Jlauretanta Dec IS I NEW via Havre and Southampton yal George.................Dec. 3 NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG AND LONDON- Dec. 13 NEW via Havre and London Saxonia .....................Nov. NEW Columbia (J NEW GREECE Paiumnia 'N'ov. 22 I Cassnndru Nov. 7 LTnia .Dec. 4 Cassandra Dec. 12 Drifts. Money Orders and Cablo Rqmitlnnccg. for lull inform-tlon applr It. 11. anil S. S. agents, or (o Com-' pany's Ofdce, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Wlnnlttg IF STATELY DIGNITY Is your choice tat monument wo arj rc.irly to submit yarloty ol dcslena, Lcthbridge MomnncnUl Works Street, fcvth, R. Hettt. "9t. Lawrence Route" vim NOT. 22 PORTLAND, LIVERPOOL Flow Portland From Halifax Dec 7 White Star Line NEW Baltic.....N'ov. 15 Celtic.....Dee, S Ballfc 20 MEW ..Xov. S Adriatic .Nor. 2S Uplaml an? nallwa; or S. S. or Company's Oftlcc, 2ic, Milt.' ;