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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta the Daily Herald, October Page 3 We have several bona-fiie purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us Representing: F C LOWES COMPANY i J-iVy TV .LjkJ oc i i North American Life Assurance Go. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Galgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Vancouver ._ ,1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT. LAND this fine piece en will be sold. on .such, terms -that anyone, wi'th-the outfit to farm it .can easily "handle. Our plan 'unique. Let us explain. -FARM r AltM ,i TV-Pft WHITNEY BLOCK l X CU. LE-ABRIDGE, ALTA, SNAPS 11 ij 100 feet on Westminster, be- tween Dufferih and Bompas Sts. Prices on application. 75 feet on Ernest Street, on: water, tlock 124, at per front foot. 50 on Bardett, between Dufferin and Bompas, with small 6 roomed house; handles, balance easy. Irrigated farm of 80 acres, 2 and 1-4 miles from Coaldale at per acre. Further parti- culars on application. Cor. Round andi Dufferin Sts. Phone 1343 Impressions from Irisli- Congress at Buffalo the Oct. is'-it that "stirs of -these'" Iiish-Am- .ericari delegates, as .the. paint in glowing colors the strategical outlook of the Home'Rule cause? j Some of these men who "subscribe and collect funds for the'Irish parfy nave never .seen Ireland." What is-it mat, causes the mouth" to shut with a snap and the as the Irish leader, declares war 'the House: of .To the-'Irish- Americans '.the House of Lords Js.'-bn- ly a symTool. of despotic: power. To England. ,T5e hates' England ..and everything English, with a 'bitter' hatred. For was it not Eng- land that established. landlordism in Ireland, aind troops and po- -lice at the service of the evictor, "His "memory goes'" .back to. the little cabin the ..wliflS'Cbf -.Mayo; now empty and dereuct, with; "a pad- lock., on tti'e door. father and mother 'irought up their .'boys' and girls. and' 'fani- ine came, landlord's'-'pound" of had to be paid. Th.e'y--heard speaks only on great occasions. He, has much: of th'e: reserve, dignity and aloofness 'that, 'Charles Stewart and appeals to tho intellect rather tlian to the emotions An Irish -.Roman.1 "Catholic a graduate of 'irinity which. Archbishop: Walsh once des- cribed, as the -fortress of Protestant ascendancy :in 'Ireland and a- mem- ber -the Redmond i si >risIi.Rars, Mr. Saxon than Celt in Hi Alberta Railway and Irrigation Are offering for sale tiie cheapest lots on the market eac 'situated north of the tract The Alberta Ry. and irrigation Co. .the' call, the West those ''boys and' set.out for .of.op- leaving tLe: old couple', In-Ireland they hart'-..starva- tion and .back America wel- '.them with'-. They sent' home'; to pay ---th e landlord an -exorbitant-Tent.--and 'keep tne roof; over the aged rather and mo- tner. one of these, is 'taken 'to'.'the and" the" otherj keeps watch out West for the Then, death comes' once more leaves the..old cabin .untenantedl'.'and the. landlord's puts a the door. These so common in .the West of are symbols -of death--in a province'-, where iDuiiocks. of grasping landlords have supplanted the people, -.and -where- for miles a family cannot" be fbund> j Sycamores The-.present Lord representative yeer, and tiie Irish Unionist ranks, appeared a of 'year's agojbefore a Govern- ment .court of -enquiry to-justify his refusal to allow. laborers' cottages to be built on his estate iby the local, au- thorities, under 'the Laborers' Cot- tages, act. He stated', in 'evidence, that he objected because his 'sycamore trees would havp .This peer preferred sycamore" trees "to men, just as his brother landlords nave evicted the farmers to make room for -bullocks. is it any wonder "the emigrant goes out with hate in his heart towards the Kagland that" to him is responsible i for these tilings! Menace tc Empire Tailing to a hi; -.strapping! -fellow, wnose Barents-hailed-from- TippeTuiv: I wha1. h-'s opinion '.was as' to the prooosed treaty "Is it a Teaty England? '_ And- then he told, me that "tiie irisii-Americans, r r.-rough' the An %ieat' j order of 'at and other cr- ganizations, have made cbrnnsbn j fcause wr.U tae Genaanst in Ihe- Sta'ies against England, and will oppose any treaty between America and, so Jong as the Irish demand for sc-lf government is refused. Home Rule for JreiaoJ change- y'otir xeelings towards I enquired "Don't you Iccov verj-' he re-1 plied, with an expansive 'that w'e Irish are bad God. forgive us'.'" John Redmond, Orator "We have come to .tell "you that we believe now -that.all our" enoV- gies should be concentrated in an effort to settle in our' lifetime the question of national self-gov- ernment." Over one'thousand, grim set, square delegates upturned their faces and applauded with Celtic fervor asj the leader of the Irish party, with" the grace and consummate skill of an old Parliamentary hand, his Hearers, with his own burning hopes- regarding the approaching end of the century-old struggle for Irish self-gov- ernment. Mr. John is an orator ol the eld school and has-iew' equals "in the British House of -Com- mons. When he rises to address the House, members crowd in from the smoKe-room and the lobby to hear nim. He value of studied silence and dignified reserve, and temperament. The son of .an' .Irish member of Par 'became a clerk in- the Vote office; ,bf the-'3; 'British House of commons- in and resigned this post 'W; "represent Ross. His entrance life, wheh-ne, his twenties, con- stituted 'a the first day. he he "delivered .his maiden, created -a scene, .and was. ;-frbm the..precints of of the House. ..-.i.. Emotional: .V He'is- Asquith rath- er John type. He carefully 'speeches '-and Keeps his notes 'well., in hand..; So much does, iTe these that on one' .occasion, th'e'.-f-B'ritish EarJia- ment' he' to- sit .down abruptly- in' the; middle of speech, owing to-; a -'disarrangement of. his notes. He has forceful.. masculine yotce, his are; 'Clear cut and in Isgical his.lan- dignified -and -.carefully chosen. above all" "things the. "leader -a: national, cause. :Tid .his' reserve: are, largely, due: a- man'. of -ihig- -commanding .iEiiluen-ce- in" the political1 'world.' 'He .appeals as nlo' other'- his" party" -can; alud always raises the Irish agitation -aiDove the -level of the mob orator.' Brother VVillie Different In this he. 'is the antithesis" of his Willie, as he is affectionately .termed a devil, good 'nearted ,1'ire orator, bub- bles over with Celtic -enthusiasm and ..impetuosity, and whose interruptions and witty sallies make him a favorite with .friend and 'foe alike.' John Kedmohd has an almost impenetrable reserve, and is ironclad, with the dig- nity begotten of leader- snip. Strange that this Saxon type leader .has always appealed rtb' the" Irish. Charles Stewart it been" said, was to lead tne Irish oecause he was .not. Irish b'very outstanding individual charac- teristic- he possesed was" foreign to" the Irish type., To. his immediate ers he. was haugty. and abrupt, almost boorish to his manner towards ;them. He ruled with. the military. discipline of the Iron Duke, and on English pol- itical parties he concentrated the .diS moralizing _fury'. of .a united-'Irish '-na- For Parnell, was at-. heart mor.e, Irish than.. the. Irish tnemselves- in hatred of English rule in Ireland.. j-I saw him :in -his declining, days ready laid his .-when death-' had al- nand orf him, ,and', The Dowi McMillan Land Go. Real Estate, Loans surance and In- ?4200 buys a beautiful fuily modern large house, Ash- mea-d St. Easy terms. S3100 buys a modern house Ernest St., ?500 cash handles. buys beautiful :fully modern 5 roomed cottage. 28 feet frontage, casi to suit. each buys 3- lots on Lome St. near old Fair- Grounds; 1-3 cash; "balance 6 and 12 mos. cash handles 60 x 120-ft.' on Glyn St., in Duff. Addi- tion on'sewer, water, elec- tric -light. Only We have a few' 10 acre plots of irrigated land left on easy terms. Houses for rent in all parts of city. Kindly send us your listings wnen he was his last 'bitter' fight fo'r political., lead- ership. ".presence, aristocratic, icily whatl was -it drew the' hearts of the' .to him, in his downfall, and. made them defy the. of priests? The! old tri'bal instincts of the Irish arel still and, as he stood out in the' mists'; of reserve and. haughtiness, Faruell appeared, to them as a success j or" of the old Irish chieftains. .Around] his name and memory., wove, the-ro- mance, of a glorious .past far. back in dim ages of'their island-nation. John! Hedond js :still.remembered ;in Ireland! S as the loyal supporter 1 and the leader.-of In the ,.days of the vgreat-: split. 'lake he'. is{ leare'd and-respected; trusted! by-.-tne Roman -Catholic heirarchv. amendment-" to, Irish "Local '1898 excmding' all -clergy" from" peated refusal subordinate. .the Home'.. Rule issue to the educational: aemands' of English Roman Catholic .unionists'have-on one hand left'him j open to the 'Charge of anti-ciericalism, while on; the -other hand' ultra-Protest- ants -'of the.. Boyne Water type he dominating influence i of. the'Temporal 'Power, tnese two..extremes Mr. Redmond has to steer a fairly-even ".keel, and to 'bring to his support not. only the! leaders of his but also an increasing number- of Irish Prot estants. PLACE ORDERS NOW Eor your wants from the ISfursery. Plant late in October and not nest spring. Be sure and include a few eight foot Kiissian Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks.- Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Eed) Currant and pur Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. Two years, per dozen and express Three years, per dozen and express prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee our goods to grow. _ We want to mail our jprice list to you. We want to please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. V 2 lots on corner of Ford and_ Bowman 2 lots of'Crabb and 2' lots -on' corner of Glyn and 1 8 lots'on London-between Crabb and Glyn ASQUITH LINDSEY REAL ESTATE A'ND FINANCIAL BROKERS O. Drawer 3091 Crabb 1183 X TO PUT THE CHINESE DON'T GET iS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. Range 14, S1S.50 per acre; S4 per acre cash, balance-to suit. Close to school house. Nine miles from town and elevator and fine piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 6G cash, balance i s.uit. Good buys in Grassy- Lake and Bow Island residential :ojx; to ihe hotel in both PS. Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. P. 0. Box 374 lams Phone 1069 Calgary Authorities Have a Problem on Their Hauds Oct. has a yhinese problem. This morning 'the city commissioners were confronted with a deputation of citizens who own property in the vicinity of Centre street and Second avenue, where: it is proposed to locate a permanent Chinese quarter, with a protest ag- ainst this. They asked for segre- gation of the Chinese, Judging hy the crowd which filled the commissioners' office, feeling is running high in regard to the Chin- ese locating in that section of the city, and every effort will be made to j prevent this. {_ "'Uainese, when they come to reside in a-place, ought to be treated much tne same as an infectious, disease or an isolation hospital." James. Short, K. C., who was the spokesman of the deputation, stated. "They live like in a warren, and thirty of i tnem crowd into where five white peo- Lots 9 and 10, Block ;4, Alexander Addition, each, 'terms. 7 roomed house McD.uff and Glyn streets, -terms. 3 lots on Railway avenue 5 a.cres Fair.Grounds for 5 acres .near old Fair Grounds for sale, well located for platting; terms.' t 2 lots on west side of "Westminster near Pine Several lots in 126, terms Lots on Edwards street, east of old Fair Grounds; terms. OFFICES TO RENT IN; JOHNSON BLOCK. W, H. JOHNSON LAOT) CO. Johnson Block, 333 Eoimd St. Fire liwanee Real Estate City and farm Loene The letii fipocy Sherlock: Block. T. N. CHRISTIE- CO. Real Estata and Brokers." Agents Diamond Townsite. Loans" T. N. Notary Diamond. City, Aita. v SPY WAS ASSASSINATED Berlin, Oct. report reached} here today that Enigene Azef, the Rus- j nee. .has been assassinated'.at Wier- ple would ordinarily reside." But the commissioners are puzzled'sian spy, who gained member. as to what steps'.can be taken to pre- j snlP ia the organization known as the vent the celestials from -moving to "Russian Fighting.. and taefr new quarters where they nave; tnen betrayed its, members, to the.po- bought property and propose to erect 'a building. They have.sec- ured a permit for building and! the erection of it is about to be start-.j [f Jed. The Chinese--were-, .forced to! jmove out of their present: quarters in j I the vicinity of First street west be-; j cause of -the coming in of the. C. N.! K., and they got their heads- togethei 1 and bought the new site on Centre street and Second avenue. BARGAINS 2 lots on Rojmd. St., each.' 2 lots in Block 7. roomed" .modern:, close handle.- GIBBONS Phone ,Ott block The on his head. Socialists had.a pries PROMl'NENT GERMAN PHYSICIAN IS'DEAD Kerlin, .Oct. Ernest Von f the eminent" German physi- cian and scientist, died to-day; He! was at Dantzig, in 1832, ,and f made a special study of nervous mal- adies and cancer: .'modern 7 room house on Gutbill L- street Small cash payment, FuJly-modern 5-room house on Brace street for.SSSrto. cash, balance easy. Lots on Cutbill street for each. Terms. Addition-lots from each, up. 10 acre garden plots, best on market, close-in and r.c-. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE; 777 ;