Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SEVEg SEPTEMBER 12. 191? Local Member Opposed Arbitration Feature of N. R. Acquirement C. On .he third reading o! .he C. N. A. lluchaian. M. P.. i .ho government policy at arbilrallou. o ine. r B lhli railroad. According to Hainan! M cam" K tho Uoverninent ot Cw- Inn House means the lakliiE posses be ]lu.cd lu sam ,lon ol the Canadian Norther a wllo way by tho jmonlo ot Canada 1 have uou ,05C Uo objection .0 H. bul more are ,Lal properly lain features of It to which I rMsca3ion ol ILc Ject. and 1 think In voicing lite J low shou d lho shall volco hero lonlshl I represent provided Ibo .he opinion lately ol .lie people of road was created. Ibis country. toiiiii'.lssloii When this Government gave assls liavo I understand H. .hat the uQt worlll Sow u not worth any- l arbl- luc lhc i, in nut a lawyer, I am an hh E. 'anco to lho way In 191 I am satisfied hat 'puftllr, lei. lliat II lho Canadian them railway did not In Ae fn.urc mect Ha obligations to lho Uo yern- meat Hint railroad would in ly pass into Hie possession ol tho uut tome to the peopled Canada without any more ordl ar> nan LnW handed over lo the par- com lu: I on a. o n lies hohlnd. he rallmy on JQ lUe prospccl before us U this. T Hal 11 >i aoi should under arbitration Ihe men tab iho oul whellier (he railroad may eel (rom Ihe Lock is worth anything or'nol- o( Canada more money ot (he people SLOUI amendment of IMS country. and tho people o this eVl .irDllr.ltorB lue country do not think, that ares olng to appoint shall csts should receive any moro iKnlimll Ihelr rcnorl lo Parliament, for out of the public treasury I fee ul m i Ihe public aro opposed lo thai Url 0( and jcaturc'ol lho measure. _____ ,o country beard them all kkklne iaiU. cW may it tor Branted llial Mackcnite mul wl" n'ahc more by selllDB llio rowl to the Gov- ernment than they would make by onerali'iK II themselves. No doubl there will bf a very iMlsfaclory tonlrlbJlion to llie cam- nalBn lunds. and as usual, probably both political parllci will beenlil thereby. Uut even Ihouuli lie cost will he hlcU It caunot be any than it has Icon under lho old sys tern ol giving the nent couple of weeks with' relatives, pulling up a telephone1 line along ditch. Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Suffrln were the gucals al-Siimlay Ulnner with Mr- Mr. 'KIOTOtico, recently csmt! here from Ihe slnlcs. was called bv wire for examination as hl.i number had been called lor active [I Is reported Ihal Harold Orslcn. son ol Mr.-and Mrs. S. Orsten, o drain Illclgn district, who en Isle, with a Calgary nnll was serlousl> wounded fronl. Dick Clemens, has anlo li- cense plalea'.Nnmlicr (.642 and lrS2. lho' same ran. fee had by the owner calling.al Ihe Travers garage. Scre'ril of.ttie good marismcn have been .oul duck hunlln' flncc Illc sea ,011 opened report nnc arnrt Kllh plenly of Mrs. Bray rclurncd Ihls WCCK fron lhc coast where she had a delightful vacation.' The post oincc inspcclor sncnl Ihe day hero on Thursday. Mr (3rny, living weal of lown, Is rushing hfs grain In In a hurry, pul ins lour big grain lanVs al a lime will; a. llumlcy engine, nclllng them about Ihnusand dollars each irlu. Not loo bad II U will continue. 5Ir' Lewis has severed his connfcC' Ion wilh the bahk and has Rone oul to the Irrigation camp as bookkeeper Th" Norwegian church oast ol lo'vn a nearlng romplcllon aoon Mrs Davis, who has heen visiting icr sister, Mrs. HolhrooSe, relumed iomc going by way o( irh ge by motor, wllh Mr. and Kaumii and Mrs. Holbrooke, The school Inspeclor. Jlr. Lnacrt, Is makinK i visit litonsh tho dls- Irlcl, ami getting ncqualnlcd wllh tile new lenchcrs and" pnplls. Threshing goes merrily on, fcnt oul many large threshing records of big yields as In Ihe past Iwo V. Wills rnsde business Irlp iu Calgary Ihls weeX.; .0 have building freshened up wllh a coil or noon.