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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta [lnH-srta.v, 1011. THE LFTHBUIDGB DAILY HERALD GET IN QUICK. EACH, PRICES WILL BE RAISED NEXT WEEK The following: from Monday's issue of (he Calvary s-Telegraniexjilains why (here Is such a'big demand for these Jots and why-the price will be raised. lots arean the district referred to. East End Property was Bought Saturday for New Owners Refuse Offer Ofl( ltd S22j 000 loi ncicb of laud uljoiuiiig townMlo ut Mailing. li ul iiisijjuich iijf tl loi a local syjidioate, cojisiialuig oi L P. .Strong, ol Ilu PaciIic Go ;'.T. W. Davidson, of ilio Crown Lum- ber Co.; S iiu Oiosclu and Jlossis Gibson ind .Mills, of tlin Albeila Localors ic- I'liml-tlii ollci rnuli bHou tin p ipeis ti insfon-iug the hind Ilioiu signed, alul arc holding the piopoitx if per acrtf. ;irhp tloal is pul llnoiioh on and the offer of double the pnco paid liylhc He Joi tin I incl is made a Jew hours before tliepapcis weic signed." piopeif} illodrd is sorlion 13, township'23, range oi the ,3th mer-, and tbc ol llu lincl be nuitcrrin.lly enhiinced by ol Iho- i'iicfc thai Ilic i HI line to inn tluongli lint jnrt of the. city will.cut thiougli the Industry to Employ Between and Hands Will be Established in Calgary ALREADY SUKSCKIBED TO UNDERTAKING That has 'been subscribed in Calgary, for an industry llml will employ at least more men than the new even when the latter nre running full blast, was the statement made in business and financial circles Monday morning, and'this'is-said to explain the extraordinary activity now pre- vailing in real estate circles with respect; to property in Maiiarg and vicinity. Althongli those who have subscribed the money and are interested in the new venture are practically under oath, to divulge none of the plans of the company, it is learned that. Capital from Duluth and Pitts burg will, he' largely interested and capitalists from these two cities are the men who have organized the new com- pany. The new industry will employ from 7.000 to men, but any definite statement as to what the business will consist of or where the plant is to be lo- cated is witheld until next year, although those appro'nched regarding the matter have admitted that will be in close .proximity to the new.carsh.ops. I A. J. BLACKBURNE COALDALE BLOCK OPEN EVENINGS PREMIER SIFTON MADE REAL FIGHTING SPEECH (Continued from Page 3.) hi the house, hy Mr. Miehener, and omled by Mr. Hoadiey: this motion. Mr. Michener, sec- fled by-Mr. Hoadiey, proposed the Tlnii, nil tivo words irften the word lie struck -out, and the foi'low- g submitted, therefpr: Hie Alberta and Great AValerways was incorporated by the Rislnture Province of Alberta tho i arid by Charter. 16- Lha Statutes of the; province ;for- e yunie pro vision was made tho guarantee 'of the bonds', of''the id-railway company, and bonds to, is exttml'of were in Tact iinmteed h.v. the province and ,.1's- ad mid ;by the railway com- Iny in accordance with the terms Id provisions .of. .the said Statutes in liu behalf, the.rights, duties and ob- I'ations of this province and the rail? company .hetng set out and de- il by a certain mortgage deed be- ttetermincrt' ,by due that the said which the same was borrowed nncl loaned on the ground that such tail way nidde default in of all or ani of" its ob Jlsattons' under the said Statutes mortgage, contract; and1-'Orders in Council, unless ana mitihit'rhas been process' of law 'company has made such defaults and reason aole. effort for' the peaceable settle merit- of the difference vbetweeu the antl the prmince has neen exhausted Now if you think that la the right policy to be followed in this maitei vote for the onpositioh'candidHte. But if you think the legislature of this irovince was capable of Judging whe tiier any work had been done on tho proposed road, if jou think the ernment. co.uld decide whether' thfc fiond interest had .been paid by that railway corporation or not, vote for Mr. Shepherd in thls'-electlon. Those :i tlie said railway coinptiny, and [are the reasons for the government M a the1 represented I policy on that K Clark and B.-R, Clark'are the only members of that railway it nou stands. Wlien the Tloyal Commission wished to examine (hen notions thcj decamped to Kansas, and now Mr Alichener would have tire government goto Kansas and try to make a patch- ed-np settlement with the .Chirks so iHlaliiro is not warranted in de- that they could come back to Alberta the saici'railway company of spend tlie. 1 am pre- pared, and the government is pre- arc in by then Prime Minister ic province and tins Standard a contract made be- i tha saiil raihvriy company and lu Majesty, the King as represented lorciiii by executive govern? of thia pro. Viiicex of Alberta and Irtain orders in council, and this this money out of the banks except for the use of the-province on credit that money was and It is to get that money, turned over to the proper owners that the nreeent litigation is going on. The Natural Resources Question Thy Conservatives here say that-the Borden government is not justified in turning over the natural resources of the province to, the Sifton admin- istration. They as much as tell you tnat Mr. Borden was deliberately jy wh'en he announced this plank of bis-platform. He was elected, on this platform by the neople of the whole of the Dominion. Notwithstanding this, Mr. Michener tells you that it is not a question of or wrong, but merely a matter of expediency wu'ether or not the re- sources should be turned1 over, to :a liberal administration. Lotigheed says likewise. Every one of them' owner of the property between tlie Electric Theatre and the Magratii bought this valuable ictc pi 1 md uom D. II. Elton, with .hat Mr. Borden "is the trustee of these to eicctin- a large, resources, and must be careful to vnom he gives them. I think that hat it was the policy of the Con servative administration' to hand them ovar to the province which ow'ned -fieni. Now they turn about and say ONLY ONE-TENTH OF WHEAT IS THRESHED Along the Line of the A. Says Cardston is to Have a New and Substantial Hotel-Crop Yields Continue Good MagnMi Oct. T. F. Kcrby, pr0 ifietor of the Home Cafe, was a ihitoi to I ctlibridgB yesterday, and as a iH oi his visit he became sole man, nh time invested icmain here for l" in the son Hi Mr; Turner Ihershaw and Phillips' two thousand is going :cvcri better than this. One regrrtiahlr condition is thP m- ability of the farmers to get enough cars. The elevators arc.all filled to overflowing, while -the .mill is work- ing at full speed in an effort to re- lieve the sitiuition The laihvn.) company are bending cvecy to the situatitjn, and it is to be hoped that their efforts to suppl) llic.rcij'iirctl numhei: of cars -will" not be in N Many ot Ihc faimeis ace fotced to pile thru wheat on the ground, and it. is not an uncommon-sight-to sec iron? five hundred to hush- .gum iitlds, within the real estate m Nevada, as agiatli and he believes that country has ;i pro'm- M Mr. Bordcn bn horribly shocj k esc t money realised from the sale of lo honds or (Hverting such money to ly other -ihini Ihose for pared to fight this matter out for the rights of the province. Wo .cannot let HE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PBEWOtNT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL TRAVELLERS' CHEQpES Isued by The Canndlan Bank of Commerce are the convenient Irm in which to'.carry money, when travelling. They arc negotinblc I-cryu-herc, self-identifying nnd the exact amount prln- Hpal countries 'is printed on the face of cheque, The eques are issued in deiiominatitins of ami li3J may lie ofatuined oil application at ibe Hank. In connection willi its Travellers' Cheques The Cnnadian tinnk of has issued a booklet entitled "Information oft'lntercst tolhosp )oul to .which will he sent Tree to anyone applying for it. ethbridge Branch C, G. K. Notirse, nen. I hope that at an early date he .an opportunity to- say tov the people of bridge that the Pro mier of Canada does not lie people of Alberta. FOSTER MAY BE OPPOSED Toronto, Oct. has been the general opinion thai; lion; CJco. E Foster would meet willi no opppsi- lion when lie appeared before his con- j slituonts of'North Toronto for re- election, as a nit-mlier of lion. R. L Hordrn'.s cabinet. ,11 was stilted, howover, that there was toilay pos- of a Liberal candidate being plncctt in the (iold al lite official iiom- iimlion.s on Frirfaj, W. II. Slmw, the I.ilinral candidato it tin; gcm.'rnl elections, has stated he wniiiii not run at thn bvo-clection. hotel Mr. Kcrbv intends to build at once. Woik bt-giii just as quickly as the snow clears off tlie ground. It will he one of Uu- finest hostclrics in Sputlicrn Alberta, and will lie fitted utlh all moilcrn conveni- CIIOLS I lie fact liiat Mr.. Kccby is ntlnnl Ilio schi'HH1 is sufficient proof of its success as lie has been in the hotel business for years and knows it thoioiighh Work on the new creamery is pro- Hcppler, the well kaown m- Uiir.uicc and rcTl estate agent of ,udston, who is in ,1 position .to speak puthoLih, m.idp the scrtion to "otic ruprcfaenlatue last future hetore it Beet digging is on, and the beets aie turning out well The labor piolilum it as usual confronting the beet RFOUCIS The seem to amount oiwh anvious to worlJ in the m wheat allcady aiollg tlic blS line of the wages. On Saturday next Cyrus Coleman and K. Uradshaw leave for missioi to tlie Central U. S. States and Great Britain respectively. A part} will he 'given lo them on Friday ev- Of course, tins might not be exactly correct, hut it is approximately' so, Once mare threshing operations liavc interrupted by the-untime- ly snow storm, wlu'cli fell last night. Tlii-s is extremely unfortunate as tin; was progressing, most fav- orably, ami if the weather had re- fine, two moi't: weeks us "according to Mr. this it will he rcadilv seen tha.t- there is an- enornmus amount to thresh urath' amiears to have- fared nmcii bettei than lieu neighbors m icgards 530.25 London Liverpool Now.'IB the time to make reser- vation for Fall and Christmas ings. Unexcelled accommodation for Third Class Passengers Closed rooms. Large, new, twin-screw steamers. Special railroad fared in connection with ocean tickets to' Europe. Cuharil Line Canadian Service. S.S. Oct. 7; S.S. "AKfth- Oct. 21; Nov.-4; S.S. Nov. IS. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION S.S. December 2nd. t For further Information apply, to acy'Steamship or Railway Agent, 11. E. Liftman, General Canadian -.445 MAIN tlucshing, outfits, us we had ahout tttchc machines at, woik all fail. Tlu jfj mi is- looking ind to he ,x good, big icrop f next vcac. The fields arii now green, and prospwls ate bnglifc loi a sue cessuil season I nines of London, a Grand trunk, fell from the t0p Oi ioMng trim Botli legs utn- cut off, lint hi: .has a fighting foe hie llavc seen it almost all cloin But SUCCEEDS EARL GREY O'ttawa, Ocl. Hoynl High- ness thp Duke of Cannaughl will sue- raert Kail Grey as natron of the Do- minion niflo Ansoclatlon. As Hie -Duke ia president of the National 'Hifle Association of Croat Urllain, ho uiI-cB grossing nicely, and the frame work is up. It will be a large, and substantial structure. Woolley was a business vis- itor to Lcthnridgo yesterday. Mr. Woollov's visil, it is said, was in re- lation to his case, which conies up Mil! full -sitting of tlie district ctiurt, K, W. Brndslmw and A. J. Iliitl- iOii Lie in lillibridge yesterday. George t'olemnit and Jtilin I. nian, tivd loral sheep men, arc now in Montana purchasing inure sheep. This season lias hmi a good lor the .sheep men, nnd they are increas- j Itict, prodtia'd iwn hutud'ed and lifly ing their flocks. i acres tlmi averaged fifty busliels to ..I. K. Hrmlsluuv and his wife aiuliillp wre Al. MiilcrK crop nf fall several of his children, left for Utah wheat avcrnued fifty-two to1 on Siiturilny. .Mrs. Hmdh'haw's health ncre, nnd liis spring wheat forty-! tbc sionu will ngnfn put back work about another week. Crop reports llml have hceri brought into town from (lie country reveal many .splendid yields, and all together tbc crop this year is all that could he expected when tbc nn-; favorable .season is taken into cousin1- j eratinn. A record yield comes from Spring Coulee, where. Mr. Wallers, one oi the best farmers of that dis- has been poorly for some lime, and It'is thought t tint a chnngc of cli- mate will aid licr strength. F.' Turner Ims returneil irom ;i trip "to Utah and Xcvndu. Mr. Turner eight .'cusen to rcgnin her ('essful run for the past month. They an- very entliu.siaslie thr-ir crop, it js avcrnsiug nhont thirty bush-. els. .lensnn BrotherK havu ahmit lif-.i acconijiaiifc'd by his brother "ecnjiuiidri'd acres of Utis IIcu-j Future Snilings (St. Lawrence Route.) MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL Winter Excursion Rates On Siilc Daily. 10th to Dec. 3.1st LAKE MANITOBA..___'.'..............THURSDAY, OCJT. 12 EMPRESS OF IRELAND................FRIDAY, OCT. 20 LAKE .THURSDAY, OCT. EMPRESS'OF BRITAIN...............'..FRIDAY, NOV. 3 LAKE NOV.. 9 EMPRESS OF IRELAND..................FRIDAY, NOV. 17 LAKE CHAMPLAIN.....................THURSDAY, NOV.'23 LAST SAILING FROM ST. LAWRENCE POSTS. Future Sailings from.St. Weekly Sailings Lowest Unequalled Second. Comfitcte det9ili on application.: Berth, rctervatloru; can now be made, with'any Railway Agent for or write J. 8. CARTER, Gen'l. A3t., 460 Main St., Winnipag. ;