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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Scptcmi 8th. 1910. F. G Representing: North American Life Assurance large 16 room Louse and stable one block MoS Interest at 10 per cent. e WEWANT-Housestorentinallparts ofthecitv. or 3 ears. Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance of Vancouver been busy a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We offer you RUSSIAN ,nv and PMRPLE BER- of. all) make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY AND SMALL FRU.TS that STOW a given them from tte spring wMs Let us get in corr pondence with you in regard to these things is THE TI'ME for I QUEBEC CITY IS sulNG THE CANADIAN NORTHERN Correspondent in London Daily Mail Digging Up lares'Nest Robert Maohray in Hre London Daily Mail.) .question which gives its mos'f serious significance to the a2t in the Nortttwest-it is porhans ter to speak of it simply as of .Canada, of which so much is Prelent'. as ts of the West by the Can- is _ not too much to say DISTRICT NEWS .MILK RIVER Last Wednesday the Milk River Cat tie Mr. .Balcouski.shipped carloads of export cattle Mr. Madge has returned from On- tario "to his ranch near here, and speaks yet more favorably this country in face of the verv drv. wea- ther here. The drought doubt but for the suc- tariff policy of the Do- now into cess, of'.th_ the policy7 which lasted for. so many years. 'Few "Canadians be found to de- ny this. People who do not under- stand Canada often wonder how it is that during these -years there was nrst a long continuous Con- servative Sir John -vucdoriald then an uc-broken ...period of Liberal Sir Wilfrid pour Mr. Lindsay has gone out to his homestead. i Mr. Ericksbn is reported .paring to open a coal mine on thf homestead 'of Mr, Bassanaony in _ as cuiecung tjao ou. vviiina manner re- xytnel Woods aesany or the Dominion; is that promises to -be equallv had 160 acres more Sunday "jug at the hear! of ihic But.fhp Anon sinci- trip 'ra.ine BANTRY TOWNSHIP Rev... A. 'AV Lytle, of Lethfaridge, was transacting: business in this lo- cality Thursday. SWEET VALLEY" was held in a tent by Supt. Rev. McCombe i and Rev..-Simpson Wednesday after-i noon. number of ladies were em.- Mrs..Shirley served tea and cake 1 Rev. McCombe. preached in the -tent for Carmangav -Sunday to_ work for Littles Beatrice-Armstrong ESTATE INSURANCE sey IPHONE 11S3 so? CRABS" STREET LETH BRIDGE, ALTA. uj- ui uie Dominion; is that j win en promises to -be equallv at thejiead of this article. I But. the open secret'is that the ithpntatively stated not only of Canada were wise enough pGCia.1 WJlen thpv is. authoritati v correspondent of th'e l- A- Vi Ljj.t; paily-_4ail (August 16) but also bv i other competent observers on the spot, that what on the face of it an- peared zo -be a movement on the part of .the tanners of the West in .-rh- direction of free trade, or rather'of on examination, purported to a demand for a lower tariff cov- .in reality ..a movement which is to the complete 4.mericani7a tion of and throueh the WACT nf T-i___- _. te Tvrh j.i .-use tJilOUgH when they came into power to adctt the., main -plank 'in.the platform of weir opponents, notwithstanding their apparently .inveterate .and imconque- able hostility it when in Opposi- .they not.adopted protection have been., out of office' tion- they. Quebec; Sept. 7.-The city of Que; ,affaln insututed proceedTn'S against the .Canadian Northern Rail- to recover-the-sum of on account of the failure of tnat company to erect workshops in tms city in accordance with the reement between the original owners qf -the road, and the'city. An ac- tion was taken some time but yas. withdrawn .by request of M aiacKenzie Mann, sending MANAGEMENT OF COLLEGE MCtS- Has established, a. Precedent With Alma Colleee. M. Thmas, Ont, Sept' Mrs Of Chant on on the management of Al n OI AI- ma College by the General Confer- ence of _ the' Methodist Church char: record It to take so responsible: a position o _ [government of its affairs of the Dominion. There is nothing to be gained here in England by. shutting our eyes to the fact that there is, such a .movement: it is in- finitely better, to consider what force and volume it possesses and what it (means. There was a time when the was within an ace of being lost to tne_ Lnipire and Canada: that was un'- tion to the "States" wTs "in at.that, critical point in the history of the country, but Canada success- fully established itself in that goodly land. and. very uttle' -has been Jieard of annexation in it since now, though the present tation does not speak openly -of ln- lexation, or even of absorption if be Preferred- In "Eastern has v ULU, UILICS long ago. -Whatever pious opinion on the merits of Cobdenism Sir Wil- fnd voiced at-Winnipeg, he knows as a practical statesman, that'Canada has ;made by its fiscal policy. The Canadian Ideal The Americanizers in the in- herit, so to speak, the advantages and in the has -de- rived from Jier fiscal policy -It''is evident, 'they seek something different What proportion do they -bear to.the whole West. It is no -doubt consider- able particularly, as suggested-above; in the central provinces, but it is not so yet .as. 'might -be thought, for it must be borne in mind v._ nas in tha eard now and -but with the, ess and Iess inslstence; tmguished advocate, Goldwin" Smitli 'was left a voice crying, way of a very large part of the popula- tion of the West-fully one-third I should gathered 'into the towns, a disproportionate thing doubt- less, -but having an important 'bear-in- on the situation. For the towns are not American, but Canadian, and to a certain extent British.: their influ- ence is very great, and certainly will aot be on the side of tae American- v v u.v, 4.1HJJ.C broker, .-up since the rains have beean to fall. Mr. Arrowsmith is having his home stead broken' up. r Rev. McComfas'. was shaking' hands with his many friends in this local- ity :last Jack Hursh .let tic light oi his countenance shine upon the streets oi Taber Monday. J. W. Reason and Chas. Bounton have the contract to break SO acres of Chas. Doan's homestead in 12-17 Baeney Keifer, Joe Wolf and L S Whipp were in Lethbridge Tuesday" making proof on the latter's aorm> stead. Jack Gilbert has purchased another driving horse, and now supporrs a, Tine driving team. Farmers are taking advantage of the wet weather and are breaking'and planning to beat the band. L. M. Grove has fallen heir to quite a legacy by. the death of a rich aunt in the Slates. L. JVL .will invest 1-" land in this vidnit.v, and rere aM Roy ly Jay Rickett's' Bros, left for Granum this I ditch of the lady cooks at -the typhoid last The last weeli. NtVVS FROM, 2-15. S6me of the young people of vicinity enjoyed a social evening- Oscar Lind's Mondavi evening- Mr-Fielas, .who was injured by fall REAL. ESTATE INSURANCE Money .to loan on Improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS fn v o st lor his homestead about sixty, miles east of here, On Thursday tree inspector around last Our toe plaata! The seedlings furnished by the government have done .rail con-' sidenng the dry weather in the i purchase a gasoline out- lit to do his. farming with. The people of this township are very enthusiastic over the prospects of a. railroad. A -parly of C.P.R. surveyors are surveying "a line from T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate, and Financial -Brokers.-.' Agents Diamond City Townsite, .Insurance. Loans N. Natary Public, Diamond City, Alta. was but anything "but a "wild- erness, thanks to its abounding pros- perity. It may be asserted .with thw up in it to the north Oij-JIJL aiter a three 'eaves in a -few V i absence NeLs brought four Inhere he has Lcurod nack and is busy blacking over wholesale house Jfr FtS n IU a --.n these days. from England is he-Belly River continues to fall bank UklDg Place in pidiy as it Jjas in -tho past three J .-A.fiss Florence Harper nc I to o v. sllllf O tor a few weeks. shut down. Tho last time town they jrot on a other Di. Roberison. chairman of the Roy- .Mrs. Archambio "and Berrtf al Comnnssion on Technical Education were visitors at Mrs f is en route 10 Newfoundland, to lenrt Wednesday last on Pred Archaabio is breaking for W C. Hughes this week. A yoans lady entered the store day and uii Aci-uiiicai iijuucation is en route 10 Newfoundland, to lend advice to the Government. You Are TT. jucge FVee Trial .'elongated and adjusted used tne with the that you need never hone. This razor is not tempered in uneven fire ,ioat. but by electro-carhoniza- monds have been produced. LOOK FOR TRADE MARK S9fleflrathat ;ir? otlier yc" tnpn any Sale AND' GEO. H. LING. 800K co. of their locomot ve PLOWING AT WARNER An f II iA 1 W -.WVj 'a DrcsDect or a bumper croD next, venr lonr I'-0 for a of 'l.jO miles without, any ;