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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ivETJTBRinGE Saturday, .S..IMI. IITHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by the Herald Publlihlnj Co., 'M tvenltw at Iti off lot, Sixth jtflut, AlBtrtn, Gin.-. and Sdltw, l.wi PHONE: Edltorlil., Reporiorlal, ant Newt Dept. 1224 Circulation Job r 1252 1 dellferrt.-. C iuonlho, delivered.....12.00 S months, delivered.....II.DO 1 month, delivered.......35 j DAILY SUBSCRIPTION M.M ill.....'.--85' old tfr 3 moiitha, by nl: idijreisei chBUjed ita often >s deilrei, but botl) lev drecuej muiit be givcu. WEEKLV HERALU ruMiM-d .parM." lumrnarj- of the aewa c! tlui week, JwaJ u-i'W- I In ....II.SO ,j Bontdi, lu C iiomlia, w itfrsuct j THE DAIUV HERALD FOB SALE AT Croai Druf CranBrcok, B. t BooK Store. J. 0. Rotwrt- Atchlnoe. mn .lacksnn ft Cope, O. Alexandra Hotel, Pwplt't Drug Stora Voting Co.. H. W. Hnmiltcn. Plncher D. It. Broa. Drug 4 Book Co. B. Seal Medicine C.-Beltm .U oiitnond Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, 3. C. World Wide News Co. Brown ft Browi il9 4ti St. The .lamieson News Co. 705 'Riverside Ave. Alto P. R. Trains. Tho Tory hopes contro iuOiuifrto. Hut the party hits !tlwayn gulus ii'.. Ontario oil" ii low tariff, anneal, x "BonU'it, C'ltiuulH and the j'ti tho Toronto XOWH. .hiBt so. Hor- Cniratla and thp Kiupire af- rw'ardii' 1'aft.v .boiore1. milrlot'lsm Hit- (.'onstM'vatlvc polU.v. Tlin ciltft-rejicc lielvvecn Hie-' oliaor- vatlotis of Ollvor lUHhilbficph to'lili. Is tltatjtho aUlorninn noci iino lonii yiinf jh mjv'eu, wjilla -the iiiai of olil had ..vliliiii otv seven. years following oiiett. v' Sir .Wilfrid .UuirlBribaB clio'ien Slnv ujionlng meeting ol (tin. canipiiijtn. Kor ovm1' sin'onfy Simeoe.lius been considered Tho word "unminlflroi" is Iho slsn lElralosIc and''more lluui: .ho local i-oijinillloo Igi'ont polllic'iil contest has been open- rooms Is minus 11" "tl'v'lly the llmojod at tho beautiful Norfolk county the campaign Is over, it will lio short itowu. more than a "t." _____ I Tho American .coiisl lumber men A prominent Toronto Tory says Ilio jam .proposing ID raise' a hundred Kovernmoiu wont to fhe country dollar .steel ciuwe it was afraid. That is surely a stranse way of showing ;iny Fear usually on to tho lust in snch eases. The Tories are predicting a sweep- Ins victory, but it If noticed that I hey arc nol cettlns down lu iKirtlculii jtml ce'iiont. which are (Itaiilacins linn- bor as building inatorlitla in ttio If a real war should ensue (tie con- sumer Kct soine choiipor building niatorinl. Thq.cl'ialifiC will not be re'- erotlcd. v for-rho closest .kind as lo where they are Soins to make Great FlrlUiiiu the enormous pains nece.'3iiry lo pull Wijh Bourassa, :.who 'talks out a inalorlly. 'lisVlIiiftfjeli' he: wanted' Hie eqirtlectidii- jsev'eredi'amUBorden, deni'andl'rtg'. lu ism Sir John 'A. Macdouald ithe; conntiy Igl'ye inlllfoiis ored reciprocity idenlical with Ibe IperiaT'Tlcil. Is in aUlance with .Mnnk, [iresent iiact. as agailKil unrestrictetd whbT.denbiinces 'and. .contrjIfllUon to i reciprocity. Bordeu .today is opposed lo reciprocily of any kind. thV Imp'eri.ll .iiefcnc'c..- Political emor- IX The Tory Campaign SPITE OF THE FACT thit the, Ihe Mill and 1 mpire. in its first Simply Won't Stay Pot (Kansas City .loiiruall Tile suggestion conies from Nebras- ka that flr.van's head, will lie put on [the new postage stamps. It wouldn't stuck Ml with' the "lip "loyalists' ihijt "we raise in They ne'arly. every, clectioip'aiul wo i (ai'.oi'sorry to ipopiile take some stock in the shouting" of those who have some I private axes to grind. pendent men of Canada have [of ,he campaign i'. proposes to wage clared that Ihe annexation CO is un when it itself entirely lo ,8 worthy of consideration hy the fill Ollior chii-ls and other'muckraking n comer he sticks, adion-people, the Toronto News has incidents, ignoring .eciprocity nlto- Tiia'de It the whole substance of IN aether first editorial after the announce- i The utterances of those two loading mellt of the general election, thorrbs fon imjioite .he plan of oiinpaian to be 'ollowe.l by the Tory Perhaps the reason farmers Perhaps (Chicago Tribune.! making it the fundamental anti re. i procitv argument if such it can be parts Hailnj, forced a dissolution onjcheaper meals at country hotels ,vill called" of Tlie reciprocitv tlie% non are aitfcnplinj is because, having bellor tne duties 15 afraid to attempt any'opposition to to shirk Hie discussion of the issue, j appetites, they are allowed the pact on economic -rounds, the a. and are tmnfc to .Inn herrings across gllments all being favorable to .ec, the trail which they themselves laid In Favor (Stratford Heacon) "Figures canno'l lie." is, a proverb which has long ago heeu proven, to be false, or at least ihe application of figures may be made to lie, and there I is the usual twisting of flgures-ln re Igard to reciprocity. This fact.remaiiiE got ]lowev8r> Canada in the aggre- procity. down for (lie people to follow. 'L Let Well Enough Alone ET WELL ENOUGH ALONb says the Tory party, 'and pass UPK reciprocity.'1 That Is good" enough advice: if there n-is nothing better to get, hut 'when a man ha-s a chance to Improve his con- dition and position'he is not to do so. If a man is earning three dollars a day and he has a chance to get four dollars a day' for no more work he is not likely to turn it down because: some other man.rnjahing his fifty dollars a day tells him. 10 let well eno'iigli clone, that he is well he is.' The manufactur- ers 'of this dominating the Conservative, party, are telling tlie farmers, :.the the laborers is easy to give advice to the other fellow, when it is to one's own ad- rates. said, a Gazeiie England, Canadian Hut the other fellow 'should jto the pace at "which Canada follow that advice hut when It- is put grow.jng. :Her acres, up to him to lane some of his own ]yielding IS bushel's: of wheat to the acre, meant bushels of remit scarcely more than which the United will do. V', I The total amount, to be remitted !tho United States is' Foster Away Tllc to be remitled by (Stratford Beacon. 1 I Canada is These sups are George E. footer nildresslrig a "P-ns .follows: In- of the Pioneers'of the Empire in "J the j United States ou leading Canatltan arT ticles: Sawed .liiooor- flnxseed'and wood pulp, reported b "H WHS difiicult I not suit advice when it would fo do so, it is somethln? different The opponents of reciprocity idnnt thai 'been prospe.roiis under the itdniinisiration oE Sir'vynfrid I-aiirier-and "-they take the fact, of that condition as the has- of in rippeai to Ipf. things remain is the) 11 L But it has been the aim of the gtnenfrnent to the prosnetitj of country Phej succeeded m tlu-a seienl t'nit hent this year, if Providence smil- 'ed Pinad i lieiself tool- loi food and seed ieaung OOO.Onrt bushels for limn of this ynar as food supply...to any country tlint wanted it, the UnJ ited Kingdom Mr. Fos- ter's statement is correct, comments {the Winnipeg Free Canada's Unrplu of I GOOD 000 hunhels nil! be 'for sile ind i'I who uant to h.rv hie welcome. But this Is not- what andT tlie great consuming public that 'alreiidyt various tantf and trade! in l-oster m the Gipitlian par they are well enough off now and i arrangements ind rectprociij is Just Ininent There he liolds fhat Cm do not need any more prosperitj But In the wme (fjrechon jadtTns not be oermiiied io "ell if. any one of these same manufactur- ers sees a chance to double his ont- put and increase bis profits thereby he is the last man to take his own advice and let wel! enough alone. It The government beJteteg that 't is'their ivheat io purchasers in the nevep t'nie to let well "noiigh alone when one can do bettei ind the el ection that-the'people a gree with thi no live animals, vegetables, priufing paper, 'oats, mica dairj j ?10 000 000 j railroad' ies, telephone posts, etc. sale in-.the- aut: Amount of by Canada on leading' artltfleg' from" the United Slates: hitnminons I ha 000 fruits fresh, fresh 000; cottonseed oil. live an- imals, paper, J147.000; agricultural implements, etc. 00; fish of all kinds ftOO 000 products 000 motor vehic les, "r W1 Great Falls Victors Welcome oftener ind more qloseh than rltose of any other nationa. While thts kinship is felt common b or should be bv all people of the great rlpubhc ot the t Tinted Stites n-d the vast British Empire theio r HILE the minds of the two great Anglo-Saxon nations are being occupied with the consideration of the international ir -bltration treaties, of international trada pacts and of iniernatlonal rela tions generally, it is most fitting', al- though having no political signifi- cance whatever., that the citizens of !two cities in two somewhat remote parts of the two great nai.lons should exchange courtesies and enjoy the hos pitality extended by ench to the oih- er. Lasi, January, a body of repre sentative Lethbridge citizens journey- ed to Great Falls, and received the heartiest possible welcome, and the nibst generous hospitality. It is now the privilege and pleasure of the nti zens at Lcthbridge to throw open the gatfs of .the city to receive as their guests a body of Great Falls business men. accompanied by their special gliest. Governor Xorris of the State of Montana, and his estimable wife. The city of .Lefhbridge and the sur- rounding towns and country extend to the yisitors the heartiest welcome No one would dispute a speaker who would say to them: "You are welcome not only because in welcoming and entertaining you we are attempting to repay the lavish hospitality extend to some, qf" our greatias that pleasure would he. "but ateo be- cause" .you. are: would be live on opposite Bides.ol ihe line, .visible only at widely.separated points, there; JjLia conimiuiitj'.of.intejcsts.tha.t b nds Us-. cJoSe- together and makes, better nnrsonal acquaintance mo-sUdesirable. We areTone race, speak (he'same lan- literature, KS-e lender practicslly the same institu- tions though under different govern riicnts, and ownine; different governmenis are the eloscit friends, and (he national .emblems is a special nearness of relationship between'the iieople of Great Fails in the' State of Montana, and those of LethbricJge.jh the province of Alber- ts., We arc hoth pioneers in a new country, building up as best, we can new cities. Montana and Alberta are alike great prnirio areas, capable of tremendous agricultural developments -underlying the soil of each are vast deposits, and flowing through each are rivers capable of producing immense waterpower. Our problems of state and municipality are, there- .fore, niuch alike. The two hundred miles separating our cities is not i pi eat distance, es- pecially since the improved railway Just NonKctKie That tho annexation cry raised in some quarters has been taken seriously in England was the state- ment made by. Mr ;Raleigh -Phlllpotts ;i well-known London, Bngv lawyer who is touring Canada. '-'For my pint he continued I think tint i all nonsense. People in London did talk, and talk a'-great. reci- urocitv e prcnlU hcfote then itten lion became so with their own political Of course, the tariff refovmers. and -those! in favor of impeiial pirfeiente laispd a ci> lost opportunities, and said, 'if this act goes through it will-tend to ng Canadian the Unit- ed but on" the'other hand, some of us who are' also lovers oE Iniiada, feel that it ie a good bargain Canada, and that.wo would like to tO Ap- has been seemed by our joint annexed, efforts 'since last we met. Let us j England is .will long before we telephone communication. see her make a good ibargain. that, is nonsense. iKireiitly, reciprocityV-with the United States will make .Canada, strongei and richer than ever before; and the me -when she is stronger antl richer will not be the time when she can be fortunately, not indict- ''Just por a Joke' j M. TOO Hot (Pittshurg Post.) "Doesn't this weather suit "No: I never liked summer, except in winter." A Precious Syllable' Magazine.) gets a word. That must bo the record. here's, a Select Council man who got for There Are Others (Browning's Magazine.) First fellow behind the bat must have been vaccinated good and strong some lime or other. Second First seems impossible for liim to catch anything. Hell (New York Times.) A throne of brass beside a 'brimstone sea; Rank, stifling, acrid and have mean's of which the desired busiiiess relations can be greatly facilitated. Cur'business men who visited yoiirj city saw-, much that they could learn to our municipal fathers! rninv from, which. j take auggestiona, and it may'be i ?ratifung for you to Know thai, Itfi'ey have done hope will oui cHy worthy of 'sour stud} and emulptioti. We are of our citv even as you are of ionrg and want .and it atld fo get acquainted with many as jKissible. Governor Vonn and Xorris. slnoss men, 'members of the Great Falls Chamber of Commerce: Th6 ci'y of the Lethbrlrige. aa the press, is priv- ileged to it. bids yon heartily. welcome) Reciprocity Is purely and li; ft incus proposftioii. i Reciprocity moans a aqnarc 'rongtnjter and producer alike, Preparations arc-different. Their absolute Purity is as esscntjal to good health as Pure Food or Pure Wftter. SANITOL TOOTH PASTE Is pure white find contains no coloring matter, Not only, thoroughly cleanses the teeth and keeps gold fillings bright; but permanently destroys the germs of decay. SANITOL TOOTH POWDER Contains antiseptic properties which cleanse and whiten the teeth as no other dentifrice can IL arrcstidecay and tones up Ihe entire mouth and pirns, leaving IT refreshing cool- f m and a luting benefit. 23601 The Red Crosi Drug and Book Co., Ltd. PHONE THIRD AVE SOUTH. SNAPS t room a bniui-iiful site, o J.'lenly ofsliiulu t.rte; uijl just I'ho pi ace'for a''nice. 'lioriic'. 1'ot'-. prices an'd Uinus, oalljul, GUI: ol'fi'cc..-. 6 roojnj fully modern on ('Jayiiuali Ave., facing 'castan-a-KO lot. .I1 is snap-arid worth Ijuokiug into.. :.V sl'v. 6 room fully modern bi.iivsjulpw on Conrllaiid a, sna.pr'h't' Freeman MacLeod Box 679 The- Standard Securities -----------Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF M orni Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Solicit Your Orders and Enquiries Coal Mine, Saw Mill and Equipment Coal Mine Saw Mill Builders f Contractor BUckimith SUPPLIES Heavy Hardware Iron and Steeh Machinery J. B. TURNEY GO. Offices Hull Block, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 7S5 That heats with fearful, heated energy Upon the dnmncd; red imps one -by one Pasy and depart and come again to slay One moment's imps that chose a spot Just out of reach, and ere they dance .way, Grin nr.u chortle, it THE CHILDREN'S SONG I By Rudyard Kipling) Father In heaven. Who lovest all, Oh, help Thy children when they call; That they may build from ago to age An undefiled heritage: Teach us to rule ourselves alway. Controlled and cleanly night .-and day; That we may bring, if need arise, No maimed or worthless sacrifice. Tend, us to loo't i" all our ends, Ou Thee for judge and not our friends T'hat we with Thee may wnllt niicowed By -fear or favor of the crowd. leach lib dehshl in simple, t hints. [for chicken but fnrtherthan that And mil Mi tint has no biliu spnngs ,tllet nuci UIlJffla b t.n C tllat keep malaria. Today it IB recognized the sunflower 'rimy an !-o givcnnss fiee 6f And to all men Ml done neuh tho A SHAVE IN CHINA (Suiulny at Honie) The grenteat treat which.I only give on special occasions, is a.midday away Hint u-onomlc Uctoi extent. if oultnaUd to iny Russia has. realized some time, and sunflower' Indus I In is most Hilly (leielooed It ha lerentd much attention in "India and also ind in Turkey Goi Itih and_Prance The sun Ulower has man> uses, The seeds hiu hedh rd good feed for and we partituKrlj oumi in anki, of them but nbii man is using tlm mneimost nicies consittiiu ofllllcm theytue chi'drcn uid outer imgs of ITJPII diet the seeds being ind qriothors thcii hables on the ptdnutf a word is .uttered, all eyes are fixed llcre. the onh (hi. biuci is the soap is Ii hcicd on tht tdCL ind then on the in "public! In the early morning Chinese n 11 it teniblj diiik ind at] s gbt bed rlaim out, I i table at the stieet fiont (the uhoie fiont foi mod of mm able doom which are enll ely taken di nnt the daj} ind the noc (omnjente opbnhotife I ifty 01 sutj Blind Teich us the slreiisth that cannot seek 'Y By deed or thought to hurt the weak; Phat, .under Thee, we may posaefis Man strength to comfort man's dis- is the frlls thcmsehc11 and pos to sei a man himUinj, i on liimsell m tint he is about 1.0 commit liarakiri" in their viltHge. difference "being that they -ra The ino'.5t product.awhich SUNFLOWER. riepuliliL Oui1 grandiiio.lhel's planted sunflovJ tress foi df 01 lth< The Ctfin comes from the.-aunflower probfrbly is the oil, which is obtained EriMn; the wed wjilUijof all oih moat olne oi! It u iticd for puipos When this ex tnttcd lu finllicr mote can be pioducrd which Is of an Infpiior q'lilitj, but Ii good Candle nn61 foi Inir it adil h llnstptl oil In "iSrt ;