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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 7. 1011. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HJBKALT) Page 3. We have been appointed agents for Loth- bridge and district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can he out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block B; H. and C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by 138 ft, R. V GIBBONS CO. FOR SALE That- most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two loth St. South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY IKSURANCI WHY PAY BENT WHEN SUCH PROPO- SITIONS AS THESE CAN BE HAD Six roomeil house with clly water. AH fenced. Price Sli roomed cotuige, pantry and bathroom, water and light, close in. Price J300 cash., balance per month. Both these houses are new and in good condition. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 Two Lots on Ernest Street the pair Easy terms Wilkie Kerr Insurance and Coal PHONE 123 HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R, I. Offices. W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street Lethbridfe, Alta SIR JAMES GRANT FAVORS RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT (Continued from Front cal iradt wlilcli would for our j in history of our Dourmion has people a sriMtly exli-mlcd I rude mid llicre him greater i-viilcnre of '......fcrcssivi! advancement mill general prosperity than (luring the regime of j Sir Wilfrid Unricr, covering the past illl people Him liavc at the- present mo- inenl deep and abiding interest in the BcneraUy of the North I years. Jn regard io iinniigra- j American continent. tion, agrie-nltiiral development, acl- "As to Hie possibility of aniicxa- vaneuincnl generally in railwav cpn- j tion resulting from the accomplish- I situation, as well us in Ihe ccmsider- mcnli of a reciprocity agreement ation of the conservation problem on nothing could be more absurd. An- linrs suggested to Karl fivey by cv- j nexation of Canada to the United President RoosiiVcll "f the Cnitcii .Stales could only he liimiglil about j Slates great progress lias been made. hy force or scnliment. As to the j Mr. Roosevelt, by his inu-rcst in the; first consideration, I am convinced preservation of the resources of both j that the people of Canada, both Kng- Canada and the United States, gave, and Vrcneh, are solid and deter- expression to a friendship an the part 1 mined in Iheir resolution to do nolh-jof Ihe American people not surpass-j inc: which wovld do injury lo our led at any time during the last one. allegiance lo the llritish Croivn and Inmured years. Xotwitlistiinding ev- en thing said lo the contrary the i prospect, lodav is thai reciprocity wiil he carried in the Dominion by a and the j Kmi'ire. As to sentiment it is today Hie prevalent feeling amongst our I people, from ocean lo ocean, (hat we i must remain under the aegis and pro- lection of Hie grand old t'nion Jack. he contrary expression opin- ion will noi deflect flic riftht. thinking sentiments of oni people Inwards eillier npposition to reciprocity nr majority, telling in chararlcr proof positive of the desire of Canadian people io continue to de- the material prosperity of the: country atonf! the most proprcRfiivu lines, ami at the saint' time to pro-! the overthrow of Sir Wilfrid Laurier mole undoubted feeling of true in- nd his administration. At no time' ional friendship." WILL NOT GO BACK ON SIR JOHN A.'S RECIPROCITY (Continued from Front Page.) and (it Hie Alined to follow his party Ivvas that i! we mull! not liavc ri'ci- Question. I t iprocity in trade we would have reci- procity in. tariffs. With Sir .lolin the lariiT was a weapon of industrial de- fence, with a hope that successful re- lalialion would lead lo reciprocity., j The tariff act of 1879 contained a islanding offer of reciprocity with n- card praeticitllv to Hie same articles lhat are specified in Hie present agreement "I am said The tie-: of empire had been draw- ing closer year by year. The annexa- tion cry a bugaboo, a bogey brondlt forward [or the purpose of inducing the electors id vote against reciprocity, (Applause) The National policy gave the old com h. ,.irin wall (.anariat. plll .UM. h, ttMsh Wlliimcn( trom the speaker, "to ilefenn and. maintain (.anariat. in Canadian I I lie prlneijilcs that have always necn (nl. .ljn m I .Min.iUMd my 'parly up to sir A. Mac. prrsrnt." jdonald saiil '.hat prohahly j Mr. I'assidy cilcil the pilgrimages jn Canada crmld have1 to Washington which had hocn miidc to say, hut Sir .John. Sonic' by until parties in Canada to secure n, him. "What about i reciprocity and declared that Sir conncc'iion Sir John was loiin Macdnnald, as run' might, say, acknoM-lcrlged in have been the great-; with his living brea'tb expressed a imperialist if his day in hope for it, for lire last speech from 'pin-re wllSj a.s said, hardly anotltr Ihe throne put by him ialo the month cr turned rnnnd! of the govcnior-seneral in 1SSI stated what be did without, i it. "For my said Mr. Cas- .Sir John Vn- i sidy, "1 am not now going to RO -Then, so much the worse i back upon firstly, because. [ol. Hi-Ujsl, cnnnrclirai." Did he really j 1 was taught by the leaders of my. mMll ,hllt. N-n i( .ms mcrcly as if! parly to believe in it, and, secondly; if I had hccn left alone lo my own unaided intclligentc I would have come to Ihu same conclusion." (l.oud It was said that this compact was N.B. PEAT CO. Financial, Real Eitate and Iniurance Agents Macdonald Block Lethbridge he bad said. "Oli. go away." Al- most, in Hie snaie brealh he said, "A Hriti.sll subject I have lived and a llritisli subject I will die." Discussing Ihe economic objections IcT reciprocity, .Mr. Cassidy disposed inimical to imperial connection. This nf ami west, north and [suggestion of reciprocity was made in suuth. railwav talk by ashing if it Ihe first, -instance hy President Tail was at. all likely that wheat would lo the imperial authorities through taken iioin Winnipeg down io Bos- his majesty's ambassador at Washing-' lon York, instead of along ,ion, who, in accordance with prao'nic Ehort parallel to Montreal. Would I lice, cnnmumiealed Ihe suggestion lo it hurt the east and west railways! London, and in the result Hie atti-'jf, besides ihe goods we sold tilde of tin' ambassador with regard ovtr got a nc i lo the after Ihe .suggestion (u simlh'.' The foment inn jwas comniiiuicaled ihroiigh him lofti..l( u as- Ihe Canadian government, which rc- flpcted, as Ihe of ambassa- dors always reflect, Iho views of tin: imperial government whose servant he was, as so favorable lo the .success of the negotiations that the i.ppooilion in Kngland charged him will] going beyond official hounds so I bat it can hardly he sai'l dial the view which ihe imper- 1912 E. M. F. 30 LINE A full line of the Famous EM. F. 30 Models, consisting of foredoor Roadster, foredoor four passenger Demi Tonneau and fore door five passenger Touring Car will be bere next week for your inspection. Tbese models bave 4 incbes longer wbeel base, 4 mcb drop frame, tbrottle levers on top of steering wbeel and a more roomy tonneau tban previous models, giving tbe car a lower and more graceful appearance Do Not Fail to See These Cars We will also have for your inspection The Wonderful Three Speed Flanders "20" Foredoor Touring Car This little car has met with wonderful success during the past season and stands alone in the 20 horse power class Repair Department Anticipating a heavy business this fall we have secured the services of a number of first class mechanics and are prepared to give first class service and not keep you waiting A full line of the following Tires and Tubes on hand-- "Fisk" and the greatest of American Tires, "The Accessories of all kinds-Electric Vulcanizing a Specialty -----Auto Livery WESTERN AUTO CO. Ltd. 311 llth ST. S. PHONE 1454 MAGRATH CROP CONDITIONS fixed enou to oiritnorlities wrrc u ml Dial tin1 re were n rnnml. did ;i do wlini he pot a new c'.ts- , Dm he cut off the old-ones enlaced his supplies- mid served them all. If we had north Light Snow Fall did Some Damage but Much Good Inside City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by authorities take was that bv rca- son of tin1 arrangement, the Empire wat. was in any danger of losing the choicest jewel in Hie Urilish thrown. As In the. economic a spec! of the mal for, Mulish Columbia and ertst and latter OH uic thi railways gridirnnlng those Unsy in .Magralh, Sept. For the past three days 'a mc-.U tin usual rain storm ;m-.; been in progress hi this os in all other pans of Southern Alberta, and the fanners ai-2 beginning to fofl un- are tit be taken -as correct, (.lie out- look at iho present time is not so (lurk. Reports brought in from th-3 coun- try arc that the spring-grain nnd oais are nil oil the grnuncl rial. -When asked concerning the storm, R. 1 Heathershaw, one of iho district's most, cxifliviire farmers, said: "This is a very peculiar stonn, and nne that is at the present. time. The spring" and oats have already lu'en lowered to the ground, hut where it was not ripe it wjll probably raise up again. The pratn that was ripe and ready for the hinder will nnt slraiphten again, hut v.-ili have to fc-2 j cut three ways, and perhaps one way Jew oases. The grain thai WIRELESS IN PORTUGAL Lisbon, Sept. PortugueEO government haa notifted tbe British, and Itflllan gov'ernmenti that it haa decided io adopt the Marconi syatem of telegraphy. Stations are to be erect-ad at Lisbon and the prinr eipal points along iho coast and at Capo Verde. It is thought that Por- tugal has been accorded the same terms as accepted by the British gov- ernment. LITTLE GIRL SHOT Saskatoon, Sept. Hud- on, a little who was playing in wheat field al Tessior, near Sas- hint the AlihonpU a grent flea I of the wheat nuist. consumers pns- Ihe crop prospects. in the shock will have to he re-shock- 'itatoon on Saturday, wns accldentolly i j hy the discharge of :i .22 calibre .Iiirh a couple of young people ;oods in hi; of nusines: has heen cut r.nd in the- slook, there is still an irnmens-3 amount to he har- j vested. The sjirinr, whual. however. it is iliornimlily drenched. don't think that It will low-ar the .Grade' of it, however. There is one consolation in knowing that, the rain I were practising with near by. A noi her lot of people .said, "it is a; re at mistake tn inlu tliis hargn.i was wnit while, and h; I ably iv.nrn hnnetilteti, than any othcu jt fm nnlhins." Any man j jprovince. With rcgnrrl tn lun.-hcr UTtll the world on that x American ruiigh lumber already came i prjncipip did not make much brad-' in lirre tree, while we paid a duty He s.iid. "WHI, now, that tiling SI.25 a lliouvand.- U would now he looks right it is a Rood bargain, free both ways, and a manufacturer hut looks tn nip as if he i it is, .Many conjectures are being men who should know, and if they Hntish I'olnnihia fur. the future will have the market both of C'aniulii and of the I ivied Slaies. As lo fish, the of duly of Ic a pound j unmixed bnon. dio wntilti co brokr." Tlic sort of man wh.i r-aid liiat usually pnt notliing at all. What was tbe real mraninc uf it They saw llu1 Denin- was iin unmixed bnon. dio itotjcrals in pnwei-. the reformers who buy fish from Ihe Tinted Stales. As j tmifT downwards, and in .iirriCNltnnil products the opening they said, "Let us wait." In ihr 01 tin1 creal innrkrt to the south plare to was in take Ihe chanei come !he itnlimiu-d opportunity for expansion wludi was what we most desired. C'assitly declared he was not nne'of those mm who, finding thpm- f-'eh'i's unable tn agree with their party on a ipinstion .so important as (his nne, were confent to write ;i let'er to thf-ir leadpr.s and lei it jro ;il that. He wanted to give efTeet to liis npinkins, and Ihe only way he i-ouid do thnt was by crur.iii! fmlHIy, slating that he was thai Miis_rrvi.sion mlphi not iiioul. hi the next place, if it did alM-itt, would it put Canada in rts jiti.Ki a as ihe present pro- jHiwii.s uoiild Theso la rid reinrn-.-rs cut dnwn all round and lei everyone in this was to op- en r. sluicr and let in. h was Ihe berM bargain in Ihe "Wail till some- thing heller ihnn that rxelainird null the speaker. "1 ivniild like to know life- show wf 'wntijfi have lo long and that he de- ami uppJauscj. Parkdale Buys A limited num- ber of choice Parkdale Lots at each Terms H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel J is JIT-SI, the thinp for (lie fall wheat 1 s't vhnt will happen to IT. ir the woa- it is now planted. It will form continues as it is, i-i not known, j splendid seed and give (he. whoa 'an excellent start just coming at the' right lime. So you soe that there will he some lillte los-o tbero I will be-.1 great deal gained noxt year." If (be plans of a Idea! hushioss man mature, will hove another' hotel before the snow flies, and ae- cordin.E Iq the latest reports piven out by the promoter, ihr j 3 vcrv ciosc t0 water and sewer, IB iiroprcsslnif f-.ivoralily, and them j victoria Park, at is every indication thai the scheme Each............. will to a fiwicoF-jfnl {2 lots, corner, Block 21, For Home limn past Macrath lias felt, j Duff, at each....... very keenly the need of another hotel jol feet on lane, close In, i run on modern lines. anM more cen 6herlock Si. Some Snaps For Quick Buy and sewet jtrally Inralpd. Mr. Ivaxlor has j roiHlurtfd the nnly hoiol in the rown j i fnr HIP past six vrars, and jtllhonph Mils aroomtnodntion has been limited, 1 jin has run a soml, clean hostelvy. the hotel now propot-cd, the tr-.i- jvplHnp ijiiiiiii: will he inanroil of first aceommndaiion In this town. It Ls understood that (he. for flic linlldinp have drawn, and Mint the lot localrri het.ween tlva prath Pioneer vind the Electric; Thea- tre has been pmVhased! A larite aiul building will lie orcctod, find will he fitted np with all modern conveninncea, an improvpnirnl (hit will nmterlally onhar.ce the equip- ment of the hotel. for lots, McDuft Street, water and sewer, at ouch- THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Phoni Ml ;