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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, nvt. tod test Erect That Savings Account which you have meant to open could not be started at a better time than right now, while you have plenty of money coming in. The habit of at once depositing in the Union Bank of Canada the cash you receive, and drawing it out only as you need it, will keep your money absolutely safe, will help you to save more of it, and will increase your balance by the addition of Compound Interest. Your account is respectfully solicited. Lethbridge R. AncUrton. Manager. Stirling F Manager. Grassy Lake Branch- ft. W. Baiilie, Manager. DELEGATES TO EMPIRE CONGRESS AT SYDNEY Men Get Reception at Victoria LESSONS FOR THE LIBERALS Victoria, B. C., Oct. Some of Canada's delegates to the. Chamber of THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE (Toronto Liberals everywhere must recognize Commerce of the Empire ongress, held i that the world is entering on a TJW at Sydney, N. S. W., returned by the PI a. They have had their part in-its progress, but they must .not mate the mistake of supposing the summit has boon reached and that no further progress is desirable or possible. Each age develops new problems, new evils calling for adequate remedies. R. M. S. Marama, o.C Australian line, which the Canadian reached port BEAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED 186T yesterday morning, among them being F. N. Belcher and E. D. Martin, Win- nipeg's representatives, the former be ing accompanied by his wife. The latter was met at the outer wharf by his fiancee, who was showered with rice by the passengers from the upper deck as she stood at the edge of the dock. The Congress came to a close y before "the Maramia sailed, and the delegates were being enter- tained in various cities of the south- ern commonwealth. At the sessions of the Congress many questions were dealt notably that- of preferen- tial trade within' the empire-of im- perial defence regarding, which reso- B. E. WALKER, President AlEXABTDER LAIRD, General Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, The struggles of were to widen, the area of'liberty, and it is the philosophy of many who have .a to call themselves Liberals that liberty having been achieved each in- dividual may be left to work out his own social salvation. It has been found, however, that society cannot left to adjust -itself in this way. There was an internal.struggle in the English Liberals in the lat- ter half of the last, century.when it was proposed to regulate work in A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES DRAFTS AND MONEY'ORDE.RS sold, and money transferred by telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign countries. FOREIGN BUSINESS. .Cheques and drafts on the United States, Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. 123 iiic Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager lutions were offered from in any boards mines >7 forbidding the employ- of trade, including .Canada: -ruent-df women and mere children. There were many other questions dealt One section of opinion, held that lib- wiffli from immigration, taxation of erty of contract' could not be inter- commercial travellers and their with- pies, conciliation and arbitration of cause of labor disputes, to copyright, commer- children. cial -education and "the disapproval of the introduction of power machinery into gaols for the production of ar- ticles of trade. Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE .MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Bates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms DEPARTMENT JAPANESE VISITORS SEE CARTWRIGHT Ottawa, Oat., Oct. Japanese merchant commisson paid, their res- pects to Sir Richard Cart-weight this morning, holding a short conference with him in respect to" trade matters. In their quest for knowledge of Can- adian affairs .they have visited all the local schools from" the highest to the loftiest grade, the civic, water plant, the government department work "of the .International Marine -Signal Com- pany and the Parliamentary library. The' ottier espoused the e oppressed, women and It -was absurd to talk of such weaklings possessing liberty of contract. The country agreed with the latter school of thought and the legislation which; prevented a woman or child being converted into a beast of biirden, and. very debased beast j of burden at that, was passed and! put into: operation, olt was. a turn-} ing point. Progress the line I LiiS not been but from thaii You are Coming to Vancouver The City of Opportunity Vancouver stands out pre-eminently to-day over any city in North America as the place to make investments. Its future is assured, and it is'only a matter of a few years -before Van- will be the largest city in Canada. Much money has been made in real estate here during the past year, but the coming two years offer greater opportunities. Now is the time to invest We want you to come to see us when you come to Vancouver. We shall be pleased to show you our city, and give you any advice or information yon may require. In our office you will find a public stenographer, public writing table, a notary public, and any courtesy we can extend to you will be a pleasure to us Have your mail forwarded in our care, we will look5 after it for you We have a large and exclusive list of city properties, and specialise in British Columbia farming lands Our Business Opportunity Department is progressive and reliable, and we protect our clients Our advertisements contain no exaggerations TR1TES LESLIE, 659, Granville Street Vancouver, B.C. Agents for: The Alexandra Land Co., Ltd. The Arcadia Land Co.. Ltd; The Okanagan Valley Land Co., Ltd. References The! Union Bank of Canada R. G-. Dan Co. day to this has been recognized Deposits of SI and upwards received. Interest allowed from J. date of deposit at highest rates A LeAfcridge Braick, St. K. D. JWNSON, Manaje: NO STATIONS ALONG GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC All Agents to Withdrawn and Leave Flax Stations Edmonton, Oct. ie learned on good atrthority that an order has been issued from offices of th-e Grand Trunk Pacific Railway in Winnipeg, all agents recently plac- ed in towns between Edmonton and Wainwright, and that hereafter, ttn- til such time as regular train service is inaugurated, all points on this di- vision will .be merely flag stations. Thie is taken to mean that there will be no regular freight and passenger service. between Winnipeg and Ed- monton this winter.. .speaking that -between Ed- monton and Wainwright; first divis- ion of the road east of Edmonton, there will be no agent at any, point to receive -coneignraents of freight from either-end and that those to whom freight .has been consigned will b required to meet the "Consign- ment at the point of destination and look after unloading. Smoke "Duke'-s manufac- tured by H. J. Cunningham, Leth- bndge. 260-8 Banking Service The Bank of Toronto, wir.h its ample and -widsly- ;.extended: banking facilities, its experience of more than 50years of batikinpinCanada and its well-known' financial- to'" Rive its many customers ,nu -unex- celled banking service. Your Account at this Bank, whether large or small will receive careful attention Interest paid on Savings Deposits Capital Rest BANK OF TORONTO INCORPORATED 1355 Lethbridge Branch: T, W. McEACHERN, Mgr., iiiat Governments hot only can, but muse, recognise that there are ele- ments of the who are v.- eaK -tn protect their own interests. ahci that -these must protected and raised from their -debasement' by the jofnt aftion of the community.' This is what Tie Spectator, calls j socialism. If it is, it is a socialism that the Liberal party should be "cour- j agcbus enough an-d worthy enough to incorporate in .its platform. .A poli- tical party shoul-d have for its field the in terppts of the whole people, biit j ic would be useless' io shut our eyes. the fact that there are sections of.. the population, hunierically. small, who aie quite able not .only to defend i their Ic-gitimate rights and privileges. to appropriate a few -of those J belonging to tfaeir neig-hbors. In Bri- j tain it is the Dubes on this -side of j Atlantic it is the corporations I The corp orations are as necessary in the social organization as any oth- er element in It; and; .those -who be- long "to them are' possibly no greed- ier or rrore selfish than average hu- but experience shows that t cey have often less conscience than. avurage humanity and a great deal more power. They, have'access to the private ear pf the ruler, wliere the i masses have HtfTe or none. 'jThey are i better more alert, and are on the every day in the {year. The true role for a Liberal party is to act as the eyes and ears of the unorganized masses'of the peo- ple. and to be: ready .to undertake their causo even before they recognize what threatens them or, -has befallen tlnm. The struggle proceeding in Britain shotiid he of supreme interest to ev- ery Libfial Conditions in the two v 1 I t 4- 4 I i Stock-Taking Sale of Lumber We are taking stock on October 31st, and until that date we will sell all kinds of LUMBER at Greatly REDUCED PRICES Good 8 foot posts at 8 cents each. We have the largest stock in Southern Alberta South Albeta Lumber Co. Lethbridge, New Dayton and Magrath How Gold Dredges Get the Gold The iteep and rugged mountains of the Klondike region give rise to numberless small tlzcams, which become from time to time with the melting of the cloudbursts and heavy rains to which the country is torrents. The grinding of the glaciers and tlie erosion of these turbulent ifceams bring down rocks, sand and gravel from the mountain depths an4 fastnestes where man has never yet penetrated. In a region where ledges