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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 LlTHMIBOt DAILY HINALU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER It, iMt. TMfttl THE HERKLD'S REML ESTATE MHRKET tO Loan 6n Half-Section AI Steam Plow Land, 4 from Carmangay, only per acre, mil fenced. acres, 9 Inside from acres aear Cardstoa, at 50 per acre. 160 acres 6 milet from at ptr acre. 2 Jots in River at house and 3 large lota m North Wird at terms. W. R, SOUTHARD BLOCK New 5-roomed house, close to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle. Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., 8 fully modern, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Round and Duff erin Streets THEY TRAVEL IN LUXURY Pays per month. Building and 2 Lots on Red- t path Street, close in. down, balance "j I" one and two years J ALBERT E. I YES, BLOCK MR. FOSTER AND TARIFF REFORM To the Editor of the Lethbridge Her- ald: address delivered Monday evening by; the Hon. Creo. E. Foster was most interesting and instructive, and could not fail to impress those who attended as the product of a man of experience and ability and with many of express- ed the majority of those present RATES ON COAL AFFECT TABER The Street Railway Magnates Who Passed Through Here Yesterday I The special train on which the members of the Massachusetts street were, doubtless, in perfect accord. railway association have been touring i At the same time there was much the United States, came into the city not only indicates loose think-: Taber and is about thirty one o'clock yesterday after- W but a careless, or intentionally i miles and remains constant The Frbm the Herald's Travelling Corres- Taber, Oct. new freight tariff which recently came, into effect is an interesting study for those en- gaged .in the coal business. Taber and Lethbridge are competing ship- ping points. ..Going west and north Lethbridge naturally has an advant- age, while going east the differential favors Taber. The distance between yesterday aoon over the A.R. I. line from Great Falls. .From here the party proceeds to Calgary, Banff and Lag- thence to the coast and south 2 well located Lots on Coutts Street, facing east One-third cash, balance 4 and 8 months M R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 ing, but a careless, or intentionally false interpretation of history. I re- fer to his advocacy of the Tariff Jal- lacies of Mr. Jos. Chamberlain, as well as his adulation of Mr. Bal-! to the States again. The entire tour j four's espousal of the same, in his! taken comprises a distance of recent speech in Birmingham. It is miles, covering the convention j truly amusing what a maximum of of the American Street and Interur- happiness some people can extract ban Railway Association at Denver, j from the merest crumb of comfort. October 4th to 8th, and the; What are the facts? Although "Mr. Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Chamberlain's policy has been before Seattle, Wash., with an itinerary the world for the last five years Mr. taking in the grand mountain seen- j Balfour has so successfully side-step- ery of Colorado; Salt Lake ped 'the during-these long with the big inland salt sea Butte j tedious years his .nearest political'as- and the great copper mines the Can- j sociates, as well as the world at adian Rockies, than which no more large, have been unable to determine grand or impressive scenery can be what his position on question found on the American continent; has been and -his recent utterances i ferential varies, ,as the 30 miles be- i comes a smaller, fraction of the far- thest distance hauled. So much is natural, but a look at these figures shows some unnatural jumps up and j down. West and North. To Macleod, from Lethbridge, 90 cents; from Taber, diff. 40 cents. To Pincher Creek, from Lethbridge, from Taber, S1.-65, diff. 35 cents. To Coleman, .from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 15 cents. Mill I Five Acres Close to City Limits diff. 40: j- Okotoks This may have been an accidental arrangement, but miners arid consumers are both affected by the fluctuations of the freight rates. Eastward. To Grassy Lake, from Lethbridge, j j from Taber, 80 cents, diff. 401 cents. j To Bow Island, from Lethbridge, j from Taber, 90 cents, cents. To Winnifred, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 4o cents. To Seven Persons, from Lcthbridge, from Taber, diff. 40 cents. To Coleridge, from Lethbridge, from Taber, dift 15 cents. To Irvine, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 15 cents. To Moose Jaw, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 15 cents. To Regina, from'Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 5 cents. To Saskatoon, from 'Lethbridse, from Taber, diff. 5 per acre Terms I MONEY TO LOAN M FIRE INSURANCE The C. B; AGENCY Building. Phone 200. I II II II M I III I I! M-H-H-H-I-H-MI I II I H'H I I 3 FOR SALE. New Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west of North Ward School. cash, balance very 'easy teims 320 acres eight miles south of main line C.P.R. per acre if taken at once. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH -H-H- this week: waar 8 Lots ln Ward, one block ween. from scllool and ea. 4 sections Raw Laadr 4 miles from Warner, all steam plow proposition, per acre. acres on Lethbridge-Weyburn survey, from S10 up Improved Farms near Barons and Carmangay for cash or crop payments Freeman, Maeleod and Graham i Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 679 Mount Shasta San .the bizarre.; Los Angeles, the beautiful; the great southern tier of States from California to -Louisiana, includ- ing the cities of El Paso, Houston, and New quaint and de- lectable through the great Mississ- ippi Valley, including Vicksburg and Memphis, to; Louisville, which is in to Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo, and return to Boston. Stops trill be made at Banff and Laggan, and the tourists -are eagerly anticipating the approach to those places world-famed for their .magnifi- cent grandeur of sccnecry. Mr. James Shaw, the President of the American Street and Tnterurbari Railway.-, association, which met at Denver, accompanies the -with. j the secretary-treasurer, Mr. Bernard G-ranum, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 4o were so vague and unsatisfactory, ac- cording to the opinions of s'ome of' his supporters, that they are yet certain' as to "whether he damned it, with faint praise, or praised it -with faint damn. .To cents, To from Lethbridge. from Taber, diff. 30 cents. To Stavely, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 20 cents. To Parkland; from Lethbridge, As everybody knows, who are read froro Taber' 35 up on the question, the Tory party cents- is rent in twain on the question and! To Nantott from so long as he could straddle the i from 20 cents' fence, 'he succeeded in keeping togeth- j er the divided elements. But this could not go on for ever, and as the Free Traders were in the minority, in order to retain his position as leader of his party, which he .has in- herited from his uncle, he 'was I H I I I I I 4- New 7 room House on 2 Lots in Riverview I Addition. Must be sold at once, corner leaving i I1 city. Small cash payment required. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block 5j PHONE 290 j[ 4 Cottages in North Ward, all rented, handles 4 -f Cottages in North Ward, all rented, handles 1 1C Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, j Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. Q. Box 254 RESIDENCE LOTS: 2 Lots facing east in Block 93, each; terms. 2 Lots facing east in Block 94, each; terms. The Macbeth Agency trical works of the Eastern States. Mr. Shaw is a state senator of "Mass- achusetts, and a prominent politician of that state. This organization', which met Denver, included, delegates from at the cities of. Canada and Mexico, as well as from the United States. In all com-1 pelled to climb down on the inside of- the Tariff fence, and has swallowed the Chamberlain bait, hook and all. But tojaud this action' as states- V. Swenson, and several of the offi-. manlike, or even manly, is beyond Icials of the street railways and elec- j comprehension while 'its significance as a great change in public senti- ment it is beyond reason. No im- portance can be attached to an act so vacillating, an act which is mere- ly one of expediency and destitute of principle. Even were it possible to admit Bal- i four's sincerity, which no oal- honest-' some eighty passengers compose the Iljr in view of these five.years of j party. Their intention coupled with Nimble-rigging, he stands' a pleasure excursion, is to view the, Practically alone, amongst the lead- western, properties of the members, iing British statesmen, on both sides in particular, the properties of Stone of Politics, in his advocacy of Tar- and Webster at Tacoma. iff reforjn during the last fifty years. Yes, we might go further and add that he is the only prominent public i man, since the repeal the Corn The train is composed of eight cars adVOCate a return to the in all, baggage, buffet, dining car, prevailed prior to their repeal. To Cayley, from Lethbridge, from Taber, 51.80, diff. 15.1 cents- To High River, from 'Lethbridge, from Taber, -di5. 25 cents. To Aldersyde, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 10 cents. To Okotoks from Lethbridge from Taber, diff. .10 cents. To Calgary, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 15 cents. Now following- down the columns showing" the rates from Lethbridge and from Taber the above looks quite innocent. But the Taber people consider the differential is not pro- per in its jerky jumps up and down north of Macleod." It is this differen- competition be-' mines and those at j "Weybufn, from Lethbridge, from Taber, tliff. 10 Winnipeg, from Lethbsidge, from Taber, diff. noth- They expect to arrive back at Bos- ton -during the first week in Novem- ber. proportion. Yef notice the irregular fluctuations between them along the line north of Granum to Calgary. This differential jumps irregularly from 40 to 20, then up to 35, then down to 15, and up again to 25, down to 10 and up to '15, Why is the Cal- gary differential larger than that to buffet, dining car, pullman, three compartment cars, and an observation car. All the com- i forts pf home are.to be found aboard the train. The buffet car, through which the Herald representative was! shown, is a marvel of luxurious fur- nishing and design.' It is one of the Lord Beaconsfield de- clared that "Protection was not on- ly dead, but it was damned. Salisbury was not only a Free Trad- bub turned down deputations -vho upon hin: to, secure protection for their, industries, while his two To Indian'Head, from Lethbridge, S-i.30 from Taber, diff. 10 cents. To Brandon, from Lethbridge, from Taber, diff. 15It cents. To cents. To 'ing. Taber mines, it will be seen, have the benefit of a big differential to towns as" far east as Seven Persons.! Eastward of Coleridge the demand, or market, increases though the dif- ferential decreases. We are informed that the old rate J had a flat differential rate from Lethbridge and Taber to points west and north. It happens whether accidentally or not 'that this differential now handi- caps Taber more than Lethbridge. The new rate differential going west' X and north is small to points of small i consumption and large to points of 11 large consumption. Compare, High River and Cayley, compare Calgary and Aldersyde. While again going east Taber is handicapped again. The differential rate to'all points as'far east as Seven Persons is 40 J cents, which favors Taber where con- sumption "is small. But where con- sumption increases it so happens that the difference in rates decrease. It is quite probable that these pe- culiar rates favor Lethbridge only because of an accident or oversight in preparing them. But that makes no difference in the handicap which Taber. can't help but feel. I J. I. (AKIN CO, Real Estate and In- vestment Brokers MONEY TO LEND at lowest current rates FUSE, LIFE and DENT INSURANCE District Kallway Passengers ,AB-. England. Disease, FEin- ployers' Liability and 'Fi- delity Guarantee OfficeB: k 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 of Argyll, Gladstone, Asquith, Camp- bell Bannennan, as well as the best cars shown by the Pullman company j Lords Hugh and Robert Cecil, at the World's Fair at St. m of political extinction. because of their advocacy of Free Lord i anci tlje ablest men in the Tory ranks, to-day, are all firm adherents of Free Trade. Of course, Mr. Chamberlain must be reckoned as amongst the great. and is the only one of its design in- America. This car is valued at eigh- teen thousand dollars. Several of the gentlemen aboard! or at any rate, eminent men in Eng.- lish politics, but outside of his splen- did record in the Municipal Govern- The late Duke of Devonshire! meat in Birmingham, he is one of the and Hoa, G. H. Goschen, one of the of the Exchequer. Gladstone, were strenuouslv I THe Golden West Realty Go. 2 Modern 7 Room Homes for sale at a Bargain. Balance easy. Business Lola In Bow Island. each. Third ance 6 and 12 months. 4 Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. 5 Roomed Cottage, G-ood terms cash, T Bal- T Real Estate Box 642 G, WADDINGTOK II Auctioneer NOMI NATIONS FOR j ceived by Registrar, Harold W. Riley, UNIVERSSTY SENATOR Strathccna, up "to 1 o'clock p.m. on Monday, Nov. 8. The election will till were asked as to their impression of j Alberta, which thev saw for the first Chamberlain propos- j ais, the former leaving the Balfour because of them. Nomination; papers for the, vacancy on the senate of the University of Alberta are being out, and have been received today by a number of mernbera of convocation president in Lethbridge. Nominations will be re- not take place till one month after the nominations. The nomination papers must be signed by three bers of convocation. The vacancy is that occasioned by the resignation of Dr. Kennedy of Macleod. time, this morning, and the unani- mous verdict was one of surprise and j admiration. "This is one of the! greatest' sections of all North Am- one gentleman remarked. X They hear much of Alberta in the' east of its wonderful climate and; J. productive powers, and they stated that they go back convinced that the !T reports are true. They remarked on the immigration T from the Uoited States and several i enquired as to the value of farm 1 T lands this vicinity and the chances i 2 of acquiring them. When told that Lethbridge was con- templating the building of a street! T railway they seemed very much sur- prised, and one of them remarked, "Well, you certainly are a progres- sive people out here." Mr. McNicol, the secretary of the j T Board of Trade, was on the platforni! when the train pulled in, supplyingJH the visitors with Lethbridge ture, and even though their visit gave no time to learn much of our city, they do not go away without a knowledge of what Lethbridee is and what it is likely to be. The party remained here about half an hour, while the engines were'" changed, leaving about one-thirty for5" the west. 14- ______ most discredited men in British poli- tics, whose career as well as. his for- tune, has been made, on his own showing, chiefly as the result of liv- THE Farm Security OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block lethljriilge alberta Are BOW open for business. Tseir territory, any place Alberta, They are prepared to boy improved or uriim- proved land for spot cash. The} will sell to actu- al settlers having the ne- cessary equipment for on a ten year pay- meat; plan, one-tenth down Have you the neces- sary horses and machiniTy to operate a only able to make a small i-ash payment, or do you wish to enlarge your farm hy buying adjoininu land We can help yon. We can also make you a farm lonn. Call or write ing in Free Trade England. As a The Duke manufacturer of screws, he was able to manulacture the same screw, bv the same process as that employed by the manufacturers in France, Ger- many and the United States. These' highly protected countries were, out- side of the home field, his best mar- kets, and while he was exporting to these countries the products of his j j factory, not a single screw from JL j these countries was being imported 1 into England while his arguments j against protection, delivered during TO REFORM ALBERTA BAD BOYS Arrangement Made Between Two Go- vernments I 'H' 1' It will pay you to Pioneer Lumbir Co, with us. The Farm Security Co. v the 80's were the chief weapons em- pioyed, during the campaign of 190B against his policy, and did more than ail else to wreck his scheme. It would be interesting to have "Free Trade vithin the Empire" dis- cussed by Mr. Foster, as a more tan .ifalc link in the Imperialistic pol- icy. But that is a suggestion which is never mooted on either side Politics. Why G-EO. BROADLEY. of BLOOD POISONING CAUSID DEATH London, Out., Oct. 12.-James Hey- 45 years, is dead from blood poisoning, vAich developed from a hide infected with anthrax. It will pay you to Pioneer Lumber Co. with 212-2S (Winnipeg Free Press) ''An arrangement has recently been arrived at between th-e governments of Manitoba and Alberta, whereby this province will receive at. its new industrial school, in process of erec- tion at Portage La Prairie, refractory children from the latter province who are at present being sent to the reformatories in Ontario, the arrange-1 ment is the result of an interview be- tween E. B. Ghadwick, superintend- ent of n-c'.ected children lor Alber- ta, and Hon. Colin Campbell, attor- ney-general for Manitoba. By the ar- rangement Alberta will contribute so much per capita for the support of its children. The new building, which will in all. probability be finished this fall, will accommodate about 90 children and will be one of the of kind on the American continent. Every boy will be taught a trade by a competent supervisor. At- present I 41 Manitoba twenty-eight boys at' the 'old reformatory, many of whom will be released on parole at ari early date, -while Alberta has four boys in Ontario reformatories. Money Makers Lots in Block T at and Terms. Lots in Block K from n TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room 8 Micdonald Block TO WELCOME GOMPERS Washington, D. C., Oct. ican labor will honor 'capitol of the United States, the returning of the president of the A. F. of L., Samuel (rompers. Preparations have been made by the union laborer of the city to give thoir chief a wel- come in the form of a monster pa- rade in which it is expected that more than men of Washing- ton arid other cities will appear. It will be reviewed by Mr.Gompers to be followed by a maes meeting in Con- vention Kail. Half Section also 480 acres within and 3 miles of Wilson's Siding about 11 miles from Leth- acre on easy terms Insurance j Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage The I George M. Hatch Land Co. FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY 4. Phone 158 Olivir II III I -f It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer .Lumber Co. 242-29 JUST ON THE MARKET: Ten Good Rewdential Lots, Block K, William St., each. Terms. A shipment of Automobile Tires has just come to hand. Successors to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telephone 122 ;