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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD CWTABl-laHKO DCOICMWIEW TOOT by the U.thbrldae Co., kwful evening at Its offlc., Sixth itrott, AIMris, W. A. Min.Qlntf-'Dlrecior and Editor. PHONE: Advertising .1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION l year, delivered........KOO by 6 months, delivered.....M.M j montho, by months, delivered.....fl.M J. uionfb, delivered.......Sta 1 ,S moaMis, by Addresses chaugea so often as desired.- out both aetf and oid d'CBses uitiRt WEEKLY HERALD FuMlfihed every Wednesday In eitfii or summary of-the ot Uie week, local and la advance 3100 in iKivani: Oroet Drug t Slove, J. 0. Robert- son i Co.. Jaekun ft Alexandra Hotel, Drug Slors i Co., it. W. Hamilton. Plnchtr D. I.. MeCrca. Bros. Druj Book Co. Fernle. B. Seal Medicine THE DAIIY HEnALDTOR SALE AT 'Cr.nbronK, 3. i AtchUoa. 'ioiamoti'd Clly S Dri g Co. 3. C. World Wlilo Co. Brown Broivo 213 4'.b St. 'Spokane-- The Jainieson News Co., 705 Hivcraide Avp. .'Also cih !ll C.--P. R- Tralnt- A'voto for'rt'dpi'ocily nu'itns a vote for u iioekotuook. President Simon'has liny- li. Np doubt he Hiiyteil to KO. Today IB a momentous day for ibe weal: the miners jire voting on the acceptance of the Cental Seven votks hum toiluy snd all the dofeiltcd will be wonder- ing how It .Support sll.-n to I1. A. Jlacralll is support sin-on to Ilin lionlcn-Hourass.i combination ivith the monopolistic In- terests of tbe country. The British people (1o not Eoein to he turniiiK wains! the government as they BBlierally ilo ill The government lias not lost a seat since the -general election. nob' RoRcrs has -boosted hta'sclf in- to federal polltifc and now the Con- servatives who are not admirers of Hie amljltious Hob lire boosting hiui out The reciprocity pact was discussed in parliament for over four months and yot some of the Tory 'press have tilt- nerve to accuse the government of trying io secure a snap verdict Their find some fault with the government, iiro really ludicrous. tho strength reciprocity senll- uiuiit in tho eatft cumiot he Jmlgoit by the the 'Toronto Tory journals. -Thoy speak for their insist ami do not roprosout in any way Iho great bulk-of the eleclorg espec- hilly in tlio rural coustlliU'iicios. Tlio manufacturers heretofore have on principles kicked against Hon. S. (jllL in every cuse by it, and in some cases, particularly the British preference, have boon honest {enough to admit that they were nils- I taken. They will, yet find out their inUUiko in opposing The Littorals might lio justified in taking up tbe battle cry of the Con- servatives of twenty. yV-jrs ago, old flag." which thn'government-luis established .more firmly 'than evnr over tho Canadian iinlf of America. "Ihe old Sir Wilfrid Laurier, icariy seventy years of age and .louder of his parly for twenty i "the old policy" which 11ms been the party's policy, and that j of the Tory parly well for forty years. Tory Injustice ONE OF THE THINGS that tlldum the next fue years. Some think 'country can justly hold against tnu the louts did this in order to the Conservative party is rhit they forced the government to go to of tiie ?asti it is influence of the West. B., that the Conserve Mr Borden to say that he wanted the m Us mistake. The premier to hurry along the census pndleist lim po sibh fear the growing get tbe redistribution made before influence ot the west -although they appeal lo the people was untie hive no reiion to do. so. But above The provides ilial ihe censn 1111 sucli feir inti far surpassing it shall he taken in .Tune, and there is'm is ihe love of British fair 110 getting around that. Hoi-cover it.piaj The jwoult of the cast know would have -heen ahsolutely irapo- I that Ihe west l justly entitled to slble for the census to have been -com moie membeis nnd their sense of pleted and the redistribution made in time for an election this fall. The justice that they should have You Tliey Are Free Pryss) If you want rociproclty get but and work for it- Those who do .not want it are mighty busy. them regardless ot" any temporary eiectlo'n'was forced this fail by thojnaitj adminicle The people of the Conservative by their (pist resent the injustice worked ledged obstructionist tactics. The re I upon the nest bi the Tory tactics suit is that the West will not hue and hold thu party responsible many more than half the represent i ,foi the ed that he is most truly, and British in every particular. His long record is proof against the attacks made uu him. However, the Tory party by its alliance with Boura and' his Nationalist propaganda, has shown that it cannot with uny good grace accuse the premier of any un- patriotic sentiments. AVhile'Bourassa denies; any motive that Is not thor- oughly patriotic, he is recognized as the one man in Canada who comes closest to being anti British. He has made speeches that could well be termed traitorous. and his sympathy cannot bo. There- out the responsible and the fore the monej must not which fails "in this aim of me teaching, -pienace to the state. j Slander Policy Exposed (Calgary Athenian) The Liberals are not deriding Clif- ford Sifton. -All are sorry that Jie has seen fit to differ from.his party on an important question., of policy. Air. Sifton is an immensely wealthy man according to and looks at high protec-tioD from -a differ- ent perspective than 'when lie was a poor struggling lawyer and'a valiant supporter of the Liberal "'policy. The Libeutls still believeHn Clifford S'f ton's honesty. They still believe him to be a clean man. But that doesn't prevent a smile at- the hypocrisy of newspapers and .party leaders who now acclaim a man, whom .they duced as being 6E the vilest, and that only three years ago. It is a-trnimp'n for Mr. Sifton and a great, pleasure To the Morning Albertan t points'i moral hat aboui-Hon .Mr. Pugsley, Hon. Frank Oliver ami other .the slandei and of these pa pers jnd le'ideis'1 one ot them publiclj tllsagree with SH fnd Laarier tomonou leceiven into Tory aims with deiiiousdativGness with whicli 'ord Sifton is being It goes to show the ness of the campaign put up against the Laurier -AH that a man who is being traduced'has to do Is' to disagree with Laurfei and slander turned tp slobbering, and have tho miserable hirelings who-assassin- ite character for party gain grovel in the dirt as favor Xo, Ihe and 'Liberal party are not attacking Mi Softon, they congratulate him on.his'-vindica- tion. To the young men and tJiose older, of independent mind.; ihe Al- >ertnn would suggest an" analysis of .ho situation. If Clifford Sifton, the man of three years ago, bucomes of angelic wlisteneas through opposing what would happen to the other victims of maligiiunt 'onder well. It will surely. lead you .0 serious thought before-.condemning any man on the testimony of such op- All that is needed; to com- ilete Ibe travesty .ia to have. Sifton and Ames speak from the.-enine plat- 'orm. Bring them along What Reciprocity Cannot Prevent ('Montreal Witness.) The carpenter, the --bricklayer, the clerk, the -etoreman, in fact, nine- tenths of the Canadian-.- population are, very little concerned .whether tbe Canadian forests, "waterpowers, mines and what not, are o.wned or loused or operated by Americans .or by so-called Canadians, BO long as they dp not own them.. "They'get Imre wages for what thoy do, whether (hey work for a Canadian or an "Ameri- can" employer. Neither do the capit- alists can-, where their associates or- iginate from, or wlia't national allcg- r': then, tho school is to do its state, it must at all times chief aim the inculcation .of u high standard of cilize On the other hand, the community will come to, not to concede, 'but to jiemand money payment for the work of teaching cornmcnaurnte with the the work of tne teacner, .nnu m or-jiuu m.iiung in roncn tnijj der the teachers mayv impart jconcoption, it ,1s1 you who muni ho'.p highest show the' IriiUr. Tlmt trnlh'can ideals which jpnvpi; out of the spirit of i-s- '.tliey 'sirlvo.'-fo Uim'iv. N'ollidig will jncthin. It will come only mit of tho tBiid lo work so strongly aguinst of do.volioa." they profess, so long ns there ILS profit in the enterprises for them- selves. Mr. .lames .1. Hill found it to his-advantage to and ho is now being culled a "rene- gade" Canadian; but. if "Jim" Hill is a "renegade" Canadian, what '.shall they be called who have deserted "Am erica" Canada, changed their re- publican opinions for monarchical ones, and their "American" allegiance for British allegiance? And all Tor for there is in It is rather nause'ating, is U not, io hear some of the .latter, or the sous of professing terror at the thought of reciprocity ..on the score that it means annexation. Truth to tell, am- ong the 'business and manufacturing concerns iii this comitry. there are many of the largest influenced or dominated by "American" capital or brains. The Dominion Toal Company and Ihe Dominion Steel Company were planted and watered by H. Whitney., who, by the aid of our bank- ers and financiers was able to return to his .home in Boston with million-s of Canadian money. The great pulp, steel, chemical, and other works at Sault-sU.-'JIario, were instituted and financed'bi. an American, S. Cler- igue a rig it owned by nov Tlte Britigfi Coluinbia. ;mines amUtlmher limits, demanding protect principally in the liands jot Americans Some of the (of thisfpiounce and. of Ontaripvare imoret-or and qf-'the fmuVh is [spent in "America" SNAPS Mr Grigg the British Trifle Comij missioner here, has lit >a J! Blue Book, that "American" capital j dominates Canadian' industries, and there is probably altogether, ten times j as much "American" canifal employed in Canadian Industries a-i there, is ov- erseas British capital. Largely these are the industries which are demiuidtj ing protection mid opposing reci.proe-j Ly. The Canadian workingmah who! earns his wages, cares nothing about j all this and the appeal 10 hinvtosavej this country from 'the appeal which is being' matle by bank- ers who send large sums of Canadian j moniiy abroad; inanufnchirera, 'who i employ "American" capital, and have J- directors for associatcE, i many "American" workmen, and very I often and. fore-1 men; and by a subsidized' witlnh 1 looks to these for substantial support is laughable in 'the extreme. Mr. j Fielding ha-s warned the jmaniifactur-i crs plainly that! if they should EIIC- j ceed in defeating reciprocity their last-i state'will be much worse than their j first, and they would he wise to re.-j spect his warning. Their'cause wotild be like a boiler without a safety valve, heaping on the highest pressure of steam, .just before it 'bursts. We not anticipate, however, that th.ey can defeat reciprocity. It, is ,not probable that they can fool or buy. sufficient ot the. people to do that. They will spend money lavishly and their cam- paign will be freely a-ssisted no 'doiib't by the high protectionists, of "Ameri- who tried so hard to defeat reci- procity (here, and now want to.kill! it by means of the Canadian elector-' ate. It will also have the warm sym- 7 room fully modoni house, lociif'ed'qii n lioniitil'iil. site1 on-Dufferin St. Lrccs -Mild just 'I'iiu 1'or u nice, 'lioinei .For prices and terms, unll tit oin.'office. (5 house facing' east :on- a. 30 ft'. lot. Smnll casli piiyinent; balnncc moJilliIy. i'liis, is n.snap and worth looking inlo. 6 room fully modern bungalow on Conrl.land street, a Freeman MacLeod GO. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Siandard -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF orningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Bos 1979 Phone 1291 Solicit Your and Enquiries Coal Mine, Saw Mill and Contractors' Equipment Coal Mine Saw Mill Builders Contractor Blacksmith Plumbert UPPLIES Heavy Hardware Iron and Steel Machinery J. B. TURNEY CO. Offices Hull Block, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 755 OH; YOU SPONGE! Tlic iilcfisure in..the use of n fine livrgo Until Spouse iidoils to lie experienced before .fully rcnlixe'd. .N.ow'is your opportiuiity to jvcI 'oiie'of tiiesc.nl n very low price: Very :Hath Sixc Mediuni iialli 8ixe .lOo, Small Bath ,Scc Our The Red Cross Dru? and Book Co., Ltd. PHONE THIRD AVE. SOUTH. if not iho financial iiitl and comfort of (.hose of Great Britain, '.viio looK-nijon it ns almost their last (lit h But the Iliinking people know (hat re- ciifrouily is for the of tlio grcal cst number, ;incl tlie case liaa only1 to jiresentfid to tlietii fairly (.0 secure Hieir vote for it. To shriek to the nniii anil "pj-ofession il man ,that the "Vnnkces" are about lo steal our waler pov.'ers and tir.iher Jim Its, anil fisheries, etc.. etc., about ns sensible as to shriek that they are stealing o'tr sunaliine. They il ready a big -share of both, and wo fitill have oiir Mritish loft abal) have. We mean to keep -ll! do sou p ofu tu live with my lyolir father or your j yoijy please, sir, whichev itcta tiie aitlomobile Docked (Dallas News) jit's fjuite. every time it j tomes In from i tiip No ind.rt.ei Its tTrrifngis weie th" captain docks the ship At ths Side Show (LippincoUb JMngHzinet I Icl cf liear jc.il comes Horn Lfah i we 11 him a Mormoilbhosftj HARVEST SONG Tjs harvcBt-tinie, 'tis harvest-time. Throughout bur fair Golden JVest, And busy lire'we, oh, busy are we Heaping ,tliev v-rop with which we Reflections of an Old Friend of Colonel are blessed. Bryan Hie sun, then work is f begun, until sunset toil, With well do we know How God has 'bfessed our good noil. York Sunl Absalom huns liy his hair. "And only yesterday the barber as- sured me II was all falling he cried. The Favorite ,1'iiolt) tttterea (in divorce "f'is iKirvesl-lime, 'liti harvest Sucli barveiil we ne'i'i had .liirfori'! And Ininimlnfi like Jjces, like Klad, lines, i binder and reaper and And soo i bhall wo heai da> long erywhere 'I he that the thresher doth .make.i And. croonihgr of i'wheel. as over thft steel' The grafn to the nidiket twill take Tig harvest-time, 'tis harvest-time, i In Ciinada. fa wonderful West And-all 'the wide norld tlio world, i Is saving upon the last Wast Iii I ngiand oin kin empu flour bins Are palionth our grain With ein> and binprfbe Americani eye Our grain harvest's TIs harvest-lime, 'tis harvest-time, In God's greatest iaiid gift to nian; And in (lie Far East, from peasant to priest, t Men hear of its wonderful-span; Thev hear and the como, from every. kingdom, Hoping that-soon they will share Upon lliclr own land these harvests, Of f.'nmula, iiiigliiv'and Valr. A, HIIXTEH. t'oitltlnlf.-, Altti ;