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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, September LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABl-lSWEIO OECEMBER 1OO7 Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening: at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada BUCHANAN, 'MANAGING BISECTOR AKD EDITOR -PHONE: PHONE: Editoriai, Advertising and Circulation and News Dept. Job' DeptS and at.tne Berlin the Ing to admit that for home -and internal affairs the Liberal par- in. Great Britain has foeen a greater success '.than, the Conservative party, fcut they claim that in its foreign pol- icy, the Tory party .has been the great success and -the Liberals, ihe failure. They cite the extensions of territory made, during the times when the Con- servatives were in office, ibut they fail to sea. that even 'in the land-graboing iiart of the foreign policy, which is by no means the more important part. trie.Liberal party can claim for itself ITory record coaware it? success and fewer failures and la 1857 Disraeli's Administration re- blunders than can the other party. A. recent -writer points out that Lower Niger was secured as a Brnisa sphere of influence. Southern Niger- ia and the norniera Camerons were brought under British protection ia ltJS'4-stj, and in the former year the British .Wast Africa. Protectj.-.r.e founded by "treaties at Tive-'t.i and K-l- iimanjaro. In 1S94 Uganda WAS de- clared _a British All this land grabbing m.vy have been- right or wrong: judgeu by the Tory it is a splec.'i.'-l record of Empire macrg. The general public do not always see eye to eye with the Manufacturers' Association, but they will applaud and assist any action on their part to boost "made in -Canada" goods. I didn't know you had any children, at While he is recovering from -this, into a taxi, and proceed to break the speed laws. When Great Falls conies to Leth- bridge for advice on the 'boulevard A Pertinant Commentary. F. H. Elliott, the secretary of the merican Automobile lict at an automobile banquet -.11 Xevj ork "I like to see run tho'r owr question, the people of this -city have cars- to see ,of thin reason to feel complimented, for Great lo all sorts tbor pro- and arfi T1fere has got the most of cities beat- j is no sight more agreeable than that! en for the -beauty of its streets, wallts -of o. lieulthy ArnericaTi girl and boulevards. fused permission tc- the G uape Colony to extend the British i Jrom ISIS to lS94.the additions to the Dominions up to the southwest coasr British Empire wnich had been I of Africa, a refusal subsequently qtot- jbrougiit about "oy the -direct action of ;ed. the German Government as r. Liberal Administrations or Liberal justification for taking Angra Pe- statesTnen tvere thirty in number, j Quena. In the early part of 1S6S, They included the Falkland Islands, I same Conservative Aden and Labuan, an island off the acting against the entreaties of several j nortnwest coast of Borneo. Between 1849 and 1S56 there were added in India the central Provinces and the Provinces of Ou-db the Punjaub, the Andaman Islands, Haiara in Bombay, JUans in the Gwalior State, and Pegu in Lower Bunnah. In West Africa the additions were considerable. There was the Gambia Administration brought Klver colony, the Danish and Dutch jthe "withdrawal of the British occup.i- j possessions on the Gold Coast, the tion Port Hamilton, off the southern half of Sierra Leone and La- of Korea, a stronghold whio had hecn! notable statesmen, Proconsuls and In dian authorities caused the British ex- to retire absolutely from tbni of east Africa, without the slight' est indemnification ior iiritara's trou- j ble and expense in the form of a foot-! StOD At TliC fcorse. running her raotor, driviaj; her conch, a skill and grace no mani need be ashamed of. "But smoking nnd that sort of no. That doesn't become the American girl. "An American girl drew up her toar- ing car at a country inn. She got oat with her friends. Sho took off her coat, and goggles. She jgold cigarette caoe and put a cigar ette between her rosy lips. "The old country waiter may have done ii; unconsciously, "out, r.ov- lertheless. he offered a singularly ?.ood I commentary, when he brought a I foul-smelling contrivance to the pret jty automobilist. set it down 1-e? iieet. asd said Washington Star. hold on the coast of the Red Sea, or any hold over In "f Wlth IHC Red In the Public P31SS MARIE HALL. gcs. In 1856 Natal was organized a arrangement with sir. a colony, an-d in 1S93 granted resron- !stone's Administration. Port HariH- sible government. In 1S69 Basut'o-iton? as a stronghold, was infinitely land was annexed, in 1S71 Diamond i inore valuable to Britain than Jt-lelds in 1S82-4 Zulu- 1 naiwei- In tb'e of any ua- iand, and in 1884-5 Bechuanaland. The j tOTOrd happening in the Far East be- 1 Kji Islands were -brought under Brit- 1 country and now a ish influence in 1873. Three yeais would be a price- earlier, in 1S70, Manitoba had Leen possession. secured for and between then and 1S82 the Canadian Dominion had completed. Between 1ST4 and 1895 many British possessions or spheres of influence had been eruarge- ed in the Malay Peninsula, and u; JSS1 In 1SS5 a Tory Government surrend- ered Kilimanajaro to Germany, al- though Britain .had concluded treaties prior by several months to any that! had 'been made by German pioneers. In 1S90 Lord Salisbury gave up Helig- Marie Hall, the famous violin- jist. has completed arrangemenrs for a It contains a stunning line of through South Africa, at a guar- i antes of which is the largest Hams' Shaving Sticks, Talc Powder, j ever offered to a violinist, says M. A. Shaving Powder, Toiiet Soaps Tooth why we say child, and her first money was made i-by playing in the streets for pence.! e dav- when she was only V7 J. fie rr rStUVW ja attracted by her playing, j became interested in her, and arrang- ed tnat. snc wttn Dolt Today. British Nortb Soruro was granted ajoland to Germany, and in the same charter. Egypt was occupied in surrendered to the same country an-d in 1884 British New Guinea valuable strategic district lying be annexed. In- the same the Roy- Niger Company was granted a