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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily: "Herald, Friday, FOB SALE-Good 6 room cottage on Ward, close in; furnace and electric- light; two lots; Oife-tfiird cash. Balance 36 and '9 months. 5 room cottaS'es on Rachel St., water and electric lio-ht Terms very easy. 6 16 room house and stable one block from Gait Square to suitable tenant if desired. MONE1 10 have 1800 to loan on good security, 1 2 or 3 Interest.at 10 per cent. WE to rent in all parts of the city. Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High Nanton, Vancouver For the-past-five years we have "been busy preparing, a line of stock suitable'for prairie planting. We ncrw offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size syou want and at rigirt prices. We have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta -tested and. wintered beautifully. ROSES are harder to bring through but -we have finally selected several vari- eties that.will'Shrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (best of sill) make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow atywhere that a "little protec- tion is given them from-the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE air items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting Let us get in correspondence with'you in regard to these things. Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANT when done right We instruct you. -No trouble to price your wants. -Send for price-list now while you-think-af.it. MIRROR LAKE .BRITISH COLUMBIA NATION WITHIN THE EMPIRE E. M. Macdonald's Elo- quent Address Before the Canadian Club Never -before has the Canadian dirt n and t0 a more elo- IS COMING velopment The people here have than youth, and its accompanying vi-or and Coming as '-he does from the fa- test, Mr. Macdonald gave some his impressions of the West, and drew from them .patriotic lessons that stir- red the hearts of his hearers so tha- they frequently broke into applause which was-Teallj- tumultuous when he concluded. His was an enthusiastic -me jMwt.nm. umy wie wsion or the West, and an eloquent ness'.' of, the ;West, but '.also the possi- Dlea of oi, A optimism that go to gress.' East does not understand the West as well as West understands the--East. The.impressions :.he has of the'.West are varied, and many of .erroneous It .will- be my.; duty, "as" it will he of the others of our company, to impress, upon the of only, the'great- oing' into own province of Novia and some plea -for'-the unity, of all Canada. He had no fears from the American in- vasion, and looking into the future sees Canada the leading nation among the many nations formin Empire. the British the splendid Canad- ianism. The American Invasion. "The idea prevails in Britain asr well as in; the Ameri- ican "'it'is called; endah- SCJE-WTISTS HAVE PLEASANT MEMORIES OF CANADA ...London, Sept. t'ne meeting of the., Association for, ment ot Science at Sheffield the re- o.ry to all who went to.Canada. tiring Thomson paid a warm; "tribute of thanks, to the Winnipeg hosts'of 1909 and his..re-' marks wr.e lo.udiy applauded. The visit pleasant mem- PPK -t- VI J. Vi, i he table, provided and victualled! gers "the .British connection of Can- Dy the Alexandra Cafe had not an sda. I anr glad to find that the Am- empty .place, the limit of fifty. being erieans coming to Canada are becoin- ident guest of the day on his right, and Pre- eht." .W. Ay Buchanan, the presHing-. they like t of the club'; 'presided, with'' tho -taey ;rfr_ Macdonald" briefly 'show- __ _ find'.here the best democracy in the Ener Sifton on his left. In' introduc- ing Mr. Macdonald. the president wel- comed him as a man from the far I ed that the'idembcraey in- Canada did who was visiting-the-West-t- learn-.of.it His presence was a that whether in the 'East or the s as to that f tire and ex- preising the 'belief that -the destiny of this country- lay in annexation to th.e United States. "I had thought, that no one had any doubts .as to the -constitutional future timents he. expressed; which J velop a stronger: Canadianism than be-! fore existed; In acknowledging the. vote'of-.-thanlrs Mr. Macdonald said- 'that the people realized: strong position, they held.-; .Coming. of Canada. There was a time when--coal there was some' talk' of'annexation and also of independence, but we thought it was all, past..- We are therefore, surprised- to hax'e a man like Henri Bourassa laying down the Ppsition that the 'destiny of Canada was annexation. 'do .not. believe that this view prevails in, the West. (Loud--applause.) I regret' that" man commanding the position that a. member of. parliament must com- mand should put forth'such a'chimer- ical idea. as he'- did, from ,a counTTT-'' .where ,ih? ing; industry .had.--'bccasiohed- the d e velopinent -.of jmanuf actur ii expressed .the -ten will see a great manufacturing indus- try in is, here and the.minerals-are.-in close" proximity. When that time comes ;there' will be no" division "ibetwe'eh. the. 'nianufacluring East; ;and the agricul- tural West, for ..will -have manufacturing interests identical with; those of. the East SAYS FREE TRADE MOV EM E NT v- The: University of Alberta Courses Offered In Leading to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED Leading to IB. Sc. degree. "MATRICULATION Begin Wednesdav tember 21st. -28th. REGISTRATION AND Sep- September _ Application for the, September, Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application .forms, cal- apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alta. is mlly equipped for every branct of Job Printing, and is prepared to do On The Shortest No Job Too Large No Job Too SmaB the people of this country were Can- adians all. After acknowledging the honor he felt conferred on bim in being; asifed to address the club, Mr.- Macdonald said it was his intention to give pr-ession to some of 'the he hid 'received of the West- in the course of his tour with Sir -Wilfrid "During the past few weeks I have travelled over the four provinces west and have "In this cq'untry, by virtue of the British .autonomy enjoy- ed, the will" finds an immediate expression of parliament The more the Ameri- cans in Canada find this out the great- er will be'their devotion to. Canada and their appreciation of the British connection. Western Predominance. "The part that the. West plays the affairs or -Canada is ever becom- problem or government will: I has" a'; population of twenty .millions London, Sept. I.-1-John of or -more.. Ii.is.ar.gued that there, will Vancouver, ex-president, of the' Can- be- the. -different .parts iadian Manufacturers'. Association sails j an interview lie stated -he fear peo- prairie provinces i'or.. free A-revenue producing tariff .was necessary- in and', reciprocity with ths Undie'd States-could .only be gument me favpr fof -that step.-, What i adopted and on .lines which i HEAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE, Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 807 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. better position than would be possible with independence. There is no ar- T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real .Estate "and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Diamond City; visited every city, town and village on the way. i have just had abun- dant 'opportunity to gee some' views and. impressions of this vast of -our fair dominion. Every person has preconceived ideas of a place he "s going to visit, having gained'them West will have the majority -of population, and that will give it the majority in the House, and they will dominate the government. For this reason I am glad to see- so many Can- adian clubs inculcating intensify- ing the Canadian idea in every town aft my ideas of this country, its peo- ple and the greatness of its resources have completely shatterd. it s grater and better, its people are better Canadians than any man in the East ever conceived. "Of the three prairie .provinces. Al- berta, enjoys the greatest diversity of resources 'with its forests and fish- eries in the north, its farming and grazing lands and its mines in south. The mining development as- sures to Alberta a future in the way of manufacturing that the other two provinces do not enjoy. j West Just Beginning. "The -history of the East extends oe no -distinction 'between the East and the West, and I am sure now that you recognize this. The East has macte great sacrifices for the West in. order that it might have railways and oth- er necessities .could not pro- vide for itself in the 'beginning of" its. would ;be the-advantage of annexa- tion? We'have. a country that, witr, the exception of, the advantages of .a tropical country. is equal__to and in many respects .superior to the Ifa- ited States. Annexation would be no advantage to either country. The government would be too unwieldv. would hot prejudice'Canada's: relations with the -mother-country. Sir James-TTJaitney, again interview- ed, prophesied that no large changes in the Canadian tariff would "be made. There was. he organized free trade movement-in- Canada., minion was looking forward to s'treng- Each nation will attain its greatest i'thening the bonds of .empire. A con success by working out its own future and developing its own institutions. (Applause.) A Nation in the Empire. "No man'can bs accused of any dis- loyalty when he holds that our future as a part of the British Empire does not mean that we should always hold the position of a colony in the Em- pire. Many years ago George Brown, said that Canada would with the oth- er great colonies' become a nation, part of a combination of nations form- ing the -British .Empire. That view is still held. hey will form an Em- pire that will dominate .the world in peace and war. Canada, Australia., Zealand, South Africa and tho development. I. am sure that the West appreciates .this an'd I am COB- rident, too. West will be sectional when by reason of it- Other 'sreilt work reater population it "is able to Scot- of the present situation would have a distinct tendency tc weaken the relations between ..the Do- minion and .the Country- Bawden Bros, -have recently install- ed a handsome, vertical electric sign above ..their lunnture '-store-on Red-1 with the Launer party when path street. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE; Money to loan on improved city property, andrfarin R.V. GIBBONS Co. OtfBIock. 0 C Culben, solicitor of Ottawa, who has been on new Tail- way matters 'bridge. trol parliament. (Applause.) "The view above all others that tion with Great Britain, with sell-government in Ireland; in our ininds is -r a work out the great problems in the great heritage i the West. During the last cen- over hundreds ot years, and its tne United States'was The lelppment has been slower than" that! of the world, but as Sir Wilfrid Laur- is taking place out here. The j ier said yesterday, the History oC the West iies-within the I Canada, and it is last twenty-three years, for the his- spirits from all tory of this country undoubtedly bacE Canadians star stans with the construction of ths Canadian Pacific railway. After that period of time, we have got ..together tore.'' We will than te- to the ;uturp anadi. to take stock and realize that we are i Macdonald- expressed sreat surprise but at the inception of the great de-' k> find" a prominent iUrSiaiuentarian