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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I'Vulay, November TIIK LKTRBKIIMIR DAILY Page 3 SNAP! 7 Roomed House on London Road Owner Leaving City For Particulars Inquire at F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge We lui-vo for sale throe liloc-ks in our, of llic'clioicc.sl; in ai -fluO; to per lot. Tcnns. 1-4 cash; balance 6, R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS f. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. SHERLOCK McBRIDE'S VISIT TO HI. BQRDEN Montreal Paper Exposes his Insincerity in Matters Political Montreal, Nov. ml or the cap- tion, "Mr. McBrluVs the Mon- treal .Witness, an independent Liberal paper, -deals with tho mission o[ the Pacific coast premlor UK follows: "H Is hut n few weeks ago since Pifemler McBrido, or llritisli Columbia, was proclaiming his province 'to estimate tha Influence of tv.'G sroat new 'tacloni In tho solution of the transportation piohlcm. TliCFO factors are: 1 The Pamunsi 2 The Hudson's. Ur.y railway. MamifacLirrer.s In old Canndt1. do realize Mi1.1 full value of tlift rate pi'el'evenc-e that the completion of threshed. x I tli-j Panama Canal will to So hir'yK I'lnrrbliolm is competitors in Great ttrMaiii: ateo to fsfliMl with lliu census. The popula- liuroutr. t.ioii is ulvon af anil while there j Already tlit inantifncturer In Kox- is no tiial three years there 1000 in town. sJill many It'fd when tilt! crop last. Uierr wen: houses in town within the Still there is no use and say- ing that tlurru must be HHIO or and ijo on: There lias bi-i-ti more ri- diculous {Sulioollmy tall: about this matter throughout Canada than about uiiyi.hinir else that has Impi'i'iied within Ihe of activi- development of the WcM. Because real ciitaU- n-en L''M He H'liid, as compared the m i.urer !n Toronto, pays lYsitfh nutac- rates and cities ;HK! state ay IjL'ing uue-thi lually is, many they helifvi: the limit towns the 1 mme than i so that at last intrnth, and when Water freight, rate on industrial produces from London or Livor pool to Vancouver, 11! cents yor hundred noi'tiris Lake and rail freight rale on same class of products from Tor- onto to Vancouver, per liun-' fired uoiiml? Ontario manufacturers have sought 10 ho nnitvrf to the west by tar- iffs, and all the time they have heon exploiters In the leadership the'matter is cart-fully sifted by the census shriek at the awful dim- inution'shown -by tin- official figures. Dons, anvoac suppose that the euum- _ ip of pnrliament and .__ tho erators liailly cilncitteil Urn I thcv cannot ailil, or iloes anyone that being local men they nofiltt'si'rc to du their hcsi within tluv limits oi their obligation to get all nan.vs If.very now and again we hear, n'man say that- the enumerator iic-vei- came to him and if the mat- iCf'U'L'i'O searched it would be found that he .was cmimenik'd. Then there is i.nuch; talk, about transients being One-enumerator collared" a Money To Loan On 'Infriroved farmjamls and city property. ___ We have several good lots on spur track for each THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. Phone 1325. Geo. Angus. F. E. Shantz. Angus Shantz ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. 2 B. North; face east; each ...................5225 2 St. C. North; face east; each 3 St. South; face east; Duff Addition; for a short time only; each....................................... 1 1-2 Ave. South; fine buiiulng site............. C. N. R. survey; all fenced; good house and barn; well; 'partly broke; cash J3.00 per acre; bal. one-half .crop. Price per acre nanics ailded to" the local population. The .majority of the enumerators spent miich their work- ami acreage' of wooded lands, by speculators, the rental on coal lands, the sale of Crown lands, the sals of water power, and the tax ou r.yoc- ions metals, tbg-athc'r with such inci- dental taxes as prospsctors' licenses, give -to the province a 'iarse iuconia that th'j ordinary resident does not tool. "Premier McBiide's argument Unit his jiTOvince pays in custom dues r.--. the ports of Victoria and Vancouver, much in eve than th-ey have returned j Of dagoes going through this to.; them by Uva Dominion, is no: howii. and spent several hours com- .X-orious consideration. On Uicjr Q{ knowicdgc -of the same 'basis a very large fraction Iangilagt. u> gctl their of the w.hole income of the Dominion j should'' be spent' in city of Mon- treal, if 'the-tiueE-tion of grants is to be raopened it should be for the purpose of getting tlie prov- inces '.'o agrca on their discontinuance as they constitute a tax for the ex: penclkure of "which this government that "'collects'it'is not responsible. Mr. McBride has a no ina'ii'ir to discuss with Air. Morden. Session after ses- sion, his government has passed niore or 1-ass imperfect imitations of the Natal Act, not for the purpose of cluding; the Chinese and Japanese, but th'e purpose of catching the la- bor vote, and at the same, time put- ting- the government of Sir AVilfrid Lattrier in the unenviable position of appearing to oppose the wi'.I of a pro- vitice.by continually disallowing Ms acts. As-JIr. McB-ride draws his main pport from the capitalist class, he no! really interested in depriving them of the Asiatic labor, which they ifinti is-efficient, esp-scially for house- f hold service. Mr. lIcBrid'Q still 'talks llie inajgrity of cases' exceeded thciir duties in their dc.sirc Uml.no onc'slioiilfi ito missed. Ca-sf-s have oc- cniTod drmcn having tlit: paper left to fill out and tun ring up they [strongly about keeping his province I white, but now that Mr. Borden is head of the Dominion government, Air.. McBride may not press the Issue to the point of exclusion as formerly, but will OIMII io discuss a' com- jjromis-3. With the strong phalanx of Conservatives that represent.tho West ern provinc-s at his back, he is In n position to enforce the bargain, and Ive is not one 'to let such an advantage slip." The Alberta Securities SACRIFICE 320 acres irrigated land, f> miles from Letl per acre. BALMORAL BLOCK, bridge 1245, LETHBRIDGE. WILL SUBSTITUTE SWEATER FOR COAT Washington. Nov. will no longer form part bf thn uniform of for rheni ami (hen LclliiiE everyone that were not enumerated. It is all very well for people to say that the popu- lation should he 3000, ami in fact must be at. a glance when cold lig- lirps show il to he hut t is not reasonable. Dr. Lcgg'ull, resided hen: for two moaihs, mis gone to Lcthhridge to assist Dr. Learn. -I- R. Wntt and M. 0. Mashvn are attending the Supreme Court at iMaclmd. Bun Finlay.son has got his line string of imported Clydesdale Stal- lions and mares -stabled at the race track. Mr., and Mrs. .1. F. Miller arc mov- ing -into the rooms above the now Union Bank oi1 Canada. II. Wright, oi tiie Kconomy Feed Hani, has gone to Ontario on busi- ness. The Bishop oi Calgary was here on and two services in the Anglican church. Until ;i new preach- er is obtained, occasional services will bo held in i.iii.s church. lion corporations, the tools of exploit- JIC- ers In tho leadership of parliament, and the leadernl: ership of banlts turers from freight rates. Canada's manufacturers have given no help to public ownership, the prin- ciple that could have been applied so as to unite wast and east 'by low freight rates. Canada's manufacturers have allow- ed a lot of exploiters and their bank- ers to delude them with the sham fe'iorieg private ownership, the pol- icy that has been applied so as to separate west from cast, by freight rates. The west was told lo look for relief to the railway commission. Th-3 west is looking for relief! to the 1'anama Canal, which will bring Can- ada, as far east as Retina, nearer to Liverpool via Vancouver -than via The west is looking for relief io the Hudson's -Bay which, if H doss out to. be an abject failure will bring Canada, between and Winnipeg1, nearer to Liv- erpool via Hudson's JJay than via Montreal and the St. Lawrence River. The whole economic face of the Ca- nndiiin nation may changed by tho completion of the Panama Canal and tho consiruction of the Hudson's Bay railway. The St. Lawrence and and Canals will have to he deepened so as to giva old Ontario a water rout-3 to the ves-i, via the great lakes, the St. Lawrence Canal, the St. Law- rence' River and Gulf, the Atlantic Ocean anrl the Pacific oc'aan. There will lie no need 'for a Georgian Bay and Montreal's present harbor facilities may take care of all 'tho western products tha-f. se-ak an outlet via the existing mute in competition with the Hudson's Bay an'i Panama .lolin McKay is helping Charlie .Ilootli in liis'bhicksmithing business, j I'. is bringing a car of pure hred dairy entile of Ilolslcin Ayr- shire and Icrsey breeds, and i( these IS LEFT FORTUNE BUT IT'S TOO LATE Wntervillc, Kan.. Nov. IS. Xo joy came ;0 Potcr Odcl] when he h-nnicd today that he wns heir to a quarter million dollars. Me is 7P, years old is slowly' dying of an .incurable i disease. United Slates troops In the 'aelrt. The j wcll they .should go far to help out the creamery, Ihe directors of which hope to .start active work in the is all fenced. Has trees, water, electric light, and small barn. There is a loan, payable monthly. JlfiO will handle; balance to suit purchaser.. Or, will rent, at per Msllng.) A. E. IVES Reioni 2 Oliver Block Phone 297 ivar (lepartmeirt has douidcrf that a light sweater will bQ just, as [jnnifort- fibln and a more practical jiarniflnt Mian the present service coat. Not. only with the sweater to be worn when the men are up and about, but jit will also bo iis-eri to supplement tho blanket as a sleeping garment. However, -this docs not mean Din soldier will not as "dressed nn" in appearance when parading as here- It is ordered that, tho sweater is for use only in the field, around camp and on'the inarch when l.he wen.- I bur Is too cold 'to make the flannel shirt alone stidiciently warm. Sppknnc's .civic, expenditure for six monllis (icci-cawd The-.Northern II. U. will njH-nd in Improvements-at Mrs. Kdna Klamm, of Scattln, HUing the Stone. WebRlni' Kugince ing Corporation ior. Sub.OOO tor tl dcalh of her liushaml, wlip was denlallv killed. She has retained i lawyers. HARRY THAW'S LATEST Now York, Nov. in his laioRl, uticrnpl to taave Maluwnn his skilfully conceived and executed which it is said has cost tho Tlnnv family Harry K. Thaw believes ha can olrtnln his release hy an cnliiuly now [ilnn. Thaw la reading IHW in the llhrwry of (he state hospitnl and hopes to make a satisfactory showing when he is examined next spring. Alienis-ts hara ilp.olnrcd that no paranoic can succeed in th'j atudy of law. Thaw's ohjcct Is to show that he IB not a. paranoic. creamery by tin.- 1st nf .January. At To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Onyt boy and Rirl. C. Toilil bus been appointed lo- cal agent for the Imperial Life As- surance Co. -laiiif.s K. Hnidford, assistant roim- scl, hn.s bf-en appointed-city'solicitor for Seattle In succeed Scott. Cal- Iioini, resigned. Quenches the thirst in a wholesome way and does the stomach and kidneys good. C9AGI is not a med- icine but preserver 20 health. C.C. PAGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT'CO. Ltthbrfdgt, Altj All his life ha had Hvad in earning Ills daily bread by fishing and doing o-dd jobs. The thought of sudden riches brought terror to him. When he was told that his brother, A. II. Odoll, had been found dead hi Los Angeles, leaving :i fortune o'-r to two brothers, th'3 aged fisherman cried out: "My God, why could ha not live to enjoy it, and not leave it to mo? 1 'do not know wb.'i't to with so much money! I am afraid of if." Peter OdcM bus not seen his bro- ther since IS57. A third brother, B. H. Odell, lives hi New York. DEAD BODY SENT THROUGH "THE MAILS Montreal, Nov. ,c'ierka tho post office here today made Bruasomc find at five o'clock when on unwrapping a big pit reel, Ura doad ooily of a. bahy ,boy wns found done up in cotton. The officials could tell from what district the city the pnreel containing the body came as the mnfl collection from all the differ- ent districts had been dumped out 'to- gether for sorting on one of the largo tables. Letters arc often posted in the large post boron in big biindics and the pos-iman who collected this parcel probably saw nothing uniiBiml in tho package. There is no clue to show the iden- tity of the but the police are working on thy case. A Dirty Carpet Clean Painted Floor! WHICH IS BETTER? PURE PAINTS For neon Get M-L Floor Paint M-L I. The Moit Economical Paint You Can Buy RECOMMENDED AND SOLD BY LATIMER 4 HART, LETHBRIDGfc Removed to Suite 207 Sherlock Block Take the elevator W.R.DOBBIN Agent for Avery Oat A Sttam Plowing Englnti. A Genuine Snap 8 Lots in Queen Victoria Park S375 each. All corner proper- tics, located on Westminster Komi See H. J. H. Skeith Phone Opp, Alcxindra Hotel IRRIGATION: THE BIG PROBLEM A National VViter Uien' Anoclatian To Be Organized in Chicago Ntxt Month Chicago, Nov. reports nl- vcady received by Fulton R. Sears, of Kallpu. N'ev., practically every gov ernmenj irrigation project, in the Et will.be represented a1'- the meel- cf the National Water Uvars' As- iallrn, which will be held in Chi oaso, Ueccniber I Although water associjitioiiH ve not yet organixed on nil the gov- nmeiit projects, s-ot-Uers on each of Lheni, have simtlnr problems. ery homesteader, under a government ditch, is anxious to see miide th'osa reforms, which the national aasocia- lion proposes to seek at the Chicago meeting. There are many important topics to come befoiM this meeting. The settlers will demand that when a unit is completed ami the anttlera in 'thin unit have pnid back to the govern- ment one-half of its cost, control of L-3 unit shall ba turned over to 'the iiomesteaderK. This, the water users leclarc, is In ficcordanco with tlie aw, but Secretary of tho Interior fisher refuses to recognize !i. Thn water USCM-S also want lo have he right, to aid in deciding how mon- p.y shfill be spRiit on l.holr projects. They declare this JH because hey best know In their lo- ;alltics, and witli I own InlcrcstH at heart, they naturally will vasto or extravagance. The elimination of the vast amount: if red -tape with which the govcrn-( nont Irrigntion KtUer must now coiio' Phone733 FOR COAL and you get it The Alberta Cartage Co. A. H. GravM Prop. It is a mistake to think that horses at light work-can be kept entirely-on ihay. The same-Is true ot colts. Mr. Honemnn, 'fttd your-' horvc good oatt. I hive them. HAY, GRAIN 4 FEED Wholesale A Retail J. C. IJjuirahan Phent 349 Athlttfe Park will also be demanded. Many other needed reforms are alao to be sought. COL. SANDERS TO BE i CALGARY MAGISTRATE Edmonton, Nov. provincial [Qvernrnent has recomtnended the ap- jointment of Col. Sanders as police magistrate for the city oC ake office at the beginning of Decem- ber. It fa nnriers'tood that he will accept. Col. Sanders was superintendent of ihe Calgary district of.Mounted Police for a number-of years. For the last couple of years he has been in the sains position at. Athabasca Landing.' six-room cottage, I'uHy modoni, Easy tcniis. Owners. The Dowslcy Mulhero Und Co. Sherlock Bldg, 7th Street ;