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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, September 1910. .if Fresh Fruits for Saturday Bananas, per doz. 25c Peaches, 25c Tokay Grapes, per Ib. 25c Musk Melons 2 for 25c Peaches, per crate Plums, Home Made Ice Cream and Pure Coi COTARAS BROTHERS Round Street Opposite Alexandra Hotel SIR JAMES SEES DANGER AHEAD Britain's Interests Pre- judiced By Canada Making Treaties PROTECTION IS THEIR ONLY POLITICS (Continued from front mittee was instructed to take what action was deemed -advisable. There .was such strong opposition the pro- posal to create a reserve .fund of the profits that .it was withdrawn. Insurance Combine Mr. Bacon, Vancouver, brought for- ward a resolution during the reading of the parliamentary committees re- ported to the effect- that the parlia- and insurance' committees be instructed to secure such information relative to insurance associations as enable the Manufacturers' As- j TV AjVT) TTDS sociation to-press the insurance issue: to a final point. Speaking or his resolution Mr. Bacon declared that there was no doubt in his mind that a combine existed. The motion was sent to the resolution committee. Mr. G-. H. Murray, the association's representative 01 the directorate of the central and eastern insurance companies un- der the auspices of the Manufactur- ers' Association presented his report. It was largely technical and was to the effect '.that the past year has been a most successful one. The insurance in force was over five millions, a gain of approximately one million and a IN ALASKA Will Exceed the Famous Cunningham Cases Spokane, Wash., Sept. Chronicle says today "An investi- gation of entirely new suspected land frauds in Alaska which may, exceed in scope and startling developments, the famous Cunningham cases is- believed to be in progress suided by federal officers in the northwest." Secretarv Rochon' Cafe Saleiof" Confectionery on Saturday Full Orchestra in Attendance Roclion Bros. Order some of our Meat Pies (old country style) on Thursday for delivery on Saturday They're delicious quarter within the last vear. Eightv- tight; per cent, of the eight hundred wasmade Tn oT'S and fifty risks were under automatic tigation now in progress sprinkling or efficient waterworks sys- t-em aud fire brigades. The parliamentary committee-'s re- port was read by Mr. Atwell Flem- ing, Toronto, and that of the Rail-1 way and Transportation committee; by Mr. James E. Walsh, manager of the traffic department. 'Both were "accepted without important discus- sion. A tribute was paid Mr. Walsh for his work, by Mr. Rowley. Mr. Walsh arrived for the concluding ses- sions this morning after a stopover at Calgary -where his son was re- cently seriously injured. The Banquet "We all agree with what the retir-. in-g ;president; Mr. Kendry. said in regard to 'protection in "his address -convention. I ;have no j politics other'thaii protection, -and none of you have. If you have, then I think you should sink them for the food of this association. For protection is the only politics I think this association should recognize." This, which was loudly applauded, was on-e of the chief features of Pre- sident W. H. Rowley's address at the' banquet tonight, which closed the! Manufacturers' convention, one ofthej most brilliant and successful .banquets the association has had in its long record of forty years. Distinguished Visitors Among the distinguished guests were Lieut.-Governor Patterson and Premier McBride. President Rowley continued "But there are different kinds of protection just as there arc j degrees of. protection. The kind we believe in is practical pro- j tection, which means more to Canada j today than the national policy meant j to Canada thirty years ago. Practi- j ca! protection means more than the imposition of high duties on what we. make or can make, if such duties are necessary and lower duties on what we do not or cannot make. Much of the prosperity we enjoy today is, or course, traceable to the protection of the, old national policy whereby we have encouraged the development of our natural resources. But we must hot stop there.. We must now pro- tect ourselves against waste and ex- travagance in the utilization of these resources, so that we may conserve to future generations of Canadians the wealth of land, of forest, of the. seas, and of water power in which they hold equal rights with our- selves." London, Sept. James Whit- i ney, premier of Ontario, interviewed by the Standard of Enr.pire, express- I ed the opinion that the imperial, un- jion had been seriously prejudiced bv I the conclusion of commercial treaties I by Canada with foreign countries, 'prior to the conclusion of an under- standing the mother country on trade affairs. Sir -James strongly de iprecates the idea of reciprocity" "ar- ranged between Canada and 'the Unit- ed States. Prophecies Come True Birmingham, Sept. Hon. Austin Chamberlain, former chancel- lor of the exchequer, declared in a speech here that what he had prophe- sied had happened. The Canadian government, and none could blame or criticize'them, had negotiated, and j were still negotiating commercial j treaties with foreign countries which; they Avould have made with Great i Britain if she had been ready to' grasp- their outstretched hands. It would be deplorable, he said, if the next imperial conference should be al- lowed to pass without anything being done in that connection. Did They Go Bristol, Sept. 23 delegation of business men who have returned from a tour of- Canada are "unloading" vast quantities of enthusiasm about the country. T. B. Johnston, em- phasizes the tariff reform question as the first thing .the Canadians of. They were., continually asking how long it would be before England made'up her mind. IT IS TOUR'DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO PROVIDE FOR THE FUTURE. A LITTLE MONEY WISELY IN VESTED IN WILL BRING YOU DOLLARS insure'your earning time is coming when you should have something for future needs. When-labor as represented by your salary, will not take care YOU MUST FACE THE CONDITIONS OF OLD AGE What better prospects can yo.u picture than the ownership of a choice tract with suitable.buildings In. Eait Coleman? Here is independence for youth and a pension for old age, with a producing capacity sufficient to meet all wants of self and family. Invest now while lots are cheap. LARGE LOTS LOW PRICES EASY TERMS Thomas -Crahan, Owner, Michel, B. C. Joe Graf ton, Agent Golem an, Alta. SENSATIONAL LAWSUIT COMING AT ST. JOHN Ottawa, Sept. 22. Judge Cassells, of the Exchequer will leave on uct. 7th to hold, a sitting of the Ex- chequer court in St. John. N.B., when spoke a number of cases against the Crown Stein- berg, aged 19, Austrian, was arraigned on the charge ol" criminally assaulting Mrs. C. JtJ.- BuHock, a widow residing near Franklyn, and was remanded un- til morning. will be heard on the llth. Among the list is the famous action of G. S. May- es, arising out of the dredging con- tracts 3.1 St. John and is expected that tiiere will ba some sensational evi- dence. C. Keith Morris, investment editor of the Canadian Gazette, of London, says British capitalists will shortly invest largely, in Canadian Western lands. MARKETS NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Sept. of stocks relapsed sharply lii, the open- ing dealings, losses reaching as much as a large fraction in all of the most active issues. Amalgamated Copper fell 1-4; Soutb ern. Pacificist. Paul and American tfeet Sugar, 1; Railway Steel Spring sold at an advance of 1-4 over.the preceding sale. There was only meagre volum-e of dealings. WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, Sept. open- ed 99 7-8; closed 99 3-4; November closed 99 1-2; December opened..98 1-4, closed 98 1-4; May opened 103, closed 103. Cash, close: No. 1 Northern, 103, NO. 2 Northern 101, No. .3 Northern" y? 12. -No. 2 White pats .35 1-4: Flax 344. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A big black. eagle -.'.'attacked' -and- severely wounded Harry Merjitt, of New Bugletqn, B. C. Brantford School again, adopt the hall-time system, owing to over-crowding in the "schools. John A. and dealer in a .painting acquired toy Mm- some' sev- en years ago, is a painted in by the "Father''Sof; Dutch Art." Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Friday and Saturday Bargains Are you'yet one of the' large number who visit o rir store on above If not it will pay you" to do so.-as we always have some exceptional bargains to offer. TV e are showing a great quantity of up-to-date patterns in Furniture., suitable for any and every- room, and at the prices they are marked you should not hesitate in making your selection. 'v- This week-end we offer: One only Tapestry Square, regu- lar special........ Cue only Tapestry Square, regu- Special S7.3I One only Tapestry Square, 3x3: J.65: special............. METHODIST MINISTERS One only -Tapes try Square, 3x4: regular Special J .00 JSs One only Brussels Square, 3x lar 125.00; special In Session of Financial District The Delegates City Ford St. Beside Fiie Hall Phone 1181 NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE EONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- lington Hotel The annual financial district meet- ing of.the Methodist church of the Lethbridge district is -being held in Wesley church today. Those in at- tendance are, Rev. T. P. Perry, Leth- bridge, chairman; Rev. T.- C. 'Buchan- an, of Calgary, superintendent of mis- sions for the -Alberta conference; Revs'. B. Mitford, of Coaiayles; gctt. Taber; Ritchie, Lone Stan; Mc- Comb, of Sweet Vallcyi; Forshaw, "of Iron Springsi; Hipkin, of Albion ----j Ridge; Bosornworth, of Bowville; Miller, of Barons; Neville, of Carman gay, and Lytle, ot Westminster church Lethbridge. The lay delegates Mrs. Gilbert, of Lone Stan; John Ten nant, of Iron Springs; D. J. Davis, of Albion Ridgfl; J. W. of Bowville. The work of the m-eeting is mainly that of adjusting the affairs of the missions in the district. One only Brussels Square, 3x4: regular 126.75; Special A. beautiful large roomv cab- O .j regular Oneonly Tapestry Square, regu- lar China Cabinet quartered oak, golden finish, bent glass front sides, three shelves with plate glass mirror in also hevelled plate glass mirror on top, roqu- very handsome piece of furniture in J lected quarter cut oak, golden finish, highly pol- licd. fitted with three cupboards, centre door heav- r leaded, bevel plate glass: regular regu- 7.25 fine pedestal style, round, extends to 26.5G BORN Lethbridge.on Tuesday, September 20th, to Mr, and Mrs. D. uairns, a son. will match, china closet and buffet, regular 135.00: Special REMEMBER that these prices are good only for the week-end, We have competent men out to measure for and place Linoleum, Shades and Carpets. Ee- pair work attended to. 608 Bedpath Street ;