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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 4. THE T.BTHBRIDGE PAILY HERALD Thursday. August 10, 1911 WHBRIDGE.DAILY HERALD PubUtkad by L.thbrldga Publlfhlni Imrful tvenlng at Ita Slxttl ttrttt, Lirtllbrldje, AIMfMi W. A. and Edltoc. PHONE: 1224 OAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATM I mr, f raontbi. delivered.....II.n 1 Booth, circulation aMi afl.........SI.M aau......I1.TI. months. I mon'.hi, CO.U.M u atl.cn u aMlnd, but both muft iltcu, WEEKLY HERALO PrtlMtd Wednesday In or lyor. HIM. of toe Mtri of local d.itnot I advance i Btwtha, iu iMlvaiict .7ai t BoaUu, In Boei Slow. 3. G. Rotwrt- fon ft Co.. Jickion ft Cow, Aleiandre Hotel.' Drug Stora Macleod--Young Co.. R. W, Hamilton. Plnehur D. U McCroa. Broa. brui Book Co. Firnlt. B. Beal Mediclni THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALt AT Cnnbreok, B. Mcnlaoi. U Diamond City Drug Co. Vanocuver, 3. C. World Wide Newj Co. Brown 119 4tb St. Jamleson Nsws Co., 705 Riverside Ave. oh -ill C. P. B. Tralni. Stick To The Issue RECIPROCITY is the issue and there is no other. The Ctpn- servatlve party Is tri.ing and Will continue to try to ibring In other side issues to becloud the main ques- tion, but reciprocity is the matter that Is before the people for settle- ment. The Conservative opposition have forced the issue and now they Will have to stick to it. The Toronto Saturday Night, an In- dependent Journal, which has never shown any too much friendship for the Lander Government, in Us last Issue holds to this position with the utmost emphasis, ssying: "We now have a well defined issue before us. Let us stick to it, and not take any sidings between now and the end of September. Investigation Into the alleged questionable actions of a Cabinet Minister will hold over very well, particularly in view of the fact that the charges originated from sources that are none too authentic. Whether the Hon. -Mr. Oliver is or is not guilty may interest a certain cot- erie of small politicians, but the coun- try as a whole does not care a brass farthing about such matters at the moment. The voters of Canada want to know what the majority think re- garding closer .trade relations with the United States, and it Is upon these lines that the discussion should begin and end. It is a clear-cut issue en- ough. It is merely a question wheth- er we are getting along sufficiently well as it is, or whether we should take a chance of doing worse iu an endeavor to do better." This election really amounts to a referendum "on the reciprocity issue. Wlil reciprocal trade relations as pro- posed in the agreement prove benefi- cial to Canada? That is the question and the only question. Where The Blajne Lies WHILE Eastern Conservatives are gloating over the fact that they have cheated the West out of the representation to which it is entitled forcing the el- ection on before the redistribution eeats could he made, it is only in keeping with the Conservative policy of saying one thing to one part of the country and another to a different part, to find Mr. Magrath trying to foist onto the government the respou- li'bility for this state of affairs.. In hla to his nominating conven- tion on Tuesday evening, Mr. Magralh Is quoted by his journalistic support- tr as saying: "Hera Is another point on which I oppose the preient government. They have. ordered an election right in Ihe busiest part of the year. When the voting day comes all the farmers will be busy with their harvest, and will begrudge the time necessary to spent] In "an election. It was not necessary to do this. In two months' time the farmers would have had more time to give to this matter, and the election would 'be no to them. This couid easily be done. The house adjourned for two months In the summer and all the business waited. But they can not n-ait now, and as a result the West- ern farmer is cheated out of his pro- per representation. We had a census a tow ago and according to law the voting districts should divided up (id; new .ones created. This work tikes time, 'but In two months the figures.- could, all be brought down and be followed by re- distribution. now, and an This can not, >oe done result you. are -being OUR POINT OF VIEW "X vote for "Matmth and tha Chin- Koolprocliy means fat pocked eie wall" li taking a chance on Chin- ese stagnation. A certain Liberal government cffl- cla.1 who attended the Conservative convention the Invitation of Conitrritlve friend Is being Jollk'd H good deal on account of his name be- ing published an one of the delegates. The City Council Is doing wisely In beginning to make plans this year for the w'ork to he done next. The work this year has been considerably delay- ed because time was not thus taken by the forelock this year. Mr. Miigrath, he mn5' "ot have a dollar In any of the great cor- porations that are fighting the reci- procity pact. Hut an awful lot of his jinrty friends have, and they are dic- tating tht policy of the party and he Tin. published list of delegates lo the Conservative convention would in- dicate that ioutsldo of those from Hat and Tabor there few. The Conservatives are appsallne-to; support for Magrath on tho grounds that he will certainly be a Cabinet minister If Borden. carries the conn try. That Is long chance. Borden will not carry the country, and thero are just twenty-six other Conserva- tive'candidates In the prairie prov- inces for whom the..pnmo claims are being niBde. It Is worse than six- teen to one shot. has accepted it as party man. Will Crook's, the noted English La- bor leader and member of Parliament, Is introducing .Into the British Parlift- ment a bill copied from the Umleux _____ I Bill. He says it is the best 'hill of Its The Canadian Tones are the scar- kind for the establishment of courts rlest bunch of loyalty-crying people one couid imagine. .lust Imagine these men. who boast of their devo- tion to the flag and Kmpire. being a- fraiil that .they would he seduced into becoming citizens of the United States if they hold of more American money than they handle now. Does Ike blood of their fathers still flow through their veins? The American people want our hard wheat because It Is ihetter than what they can produce. The quality always gets the price if it can get the market. Reciprocity will give the Canadian farmers the market, and they will ihe higher price because they have the Setter qualltly, but they get the price In the face of a duty. The Conservative papers are trying to encouyge their party workers by showing that by merely turning the small majorities the Liberals have in twenty-five constituencies, the govern ment' can lie overthrown. But what will the Liberals be doing with the Conservative small majorities in the meantime? There were more Conser- vatives hokiing their seats by majori. ties of less than a hundred than there were Liberals with similar scant ma- jorities. of arbitration in labor troubles that he coulrl find anywhere from the standpoint of the workinsmnn. That Is a distinct compliment to this phce of Canadian'legislation. In alleging.that the papers that are supporting reciprocity .are doing because they, are given government advertising, jlr. Magrath made a slate went that is hardly worthy of a man of the calibre his friends soy he is; and his opponents have -believed him to be. How does he explain why the Ottawa Citizen and ihe Kingston Standard, and other staunch Conser- vative papers are supporting the past? Have these, too, been bought, as ho alleges of the Liberal papers? Mr. Miigrath says he has got nc mandate from the people of his con- stituency to support reciprocity. He certainly got a protiy clear indication of the peojile's will In the memorials that were sent him from practically every community in the riding asking him to give the measure his support He has as much of a mandate as Jjhn Herron got and the latter evidently considered it sufficient when he de- clared that eighty-five per cent, of his people he found in favor of the agree rnent. Another Example (Winnipeg Tribune.) On Saturday the Tribune publishs- etl from one of the most reliable news- that prompted the Conservative party to adopt the course it did in the House. But the Star Is alone in its de- claration. The Ottawa Journal, pub- lished -by Mr. P. D. Ross, a most prom- inent. -Conservative, wno was the can-.........----. __. didate of the party In the last elec; jam! minerals to burn, tion in the city of Ottawa, and whose paper UM upheld the Opposition in its course in the house, says: 'To allow adoption of reciprocity, Mtslon of Parlljment ind redistribution, bill irieint that thirty new in Parliament would be al- lotted to Wcitern Canada, where the influence is overwhelm- ing and ?nd thatia gen- erailf-election would take place, with a tolerable certainty of a large majority of thete new seati being captured by tne'Government, net because the Gov- ernment performance or platform de- it, but becauve -the power of the immigration machinery, the land laws and agenclei, and the public of a rapidly settling new coun- try, give a tremendoui advantage in elections to the party In power. The dice would have been worse loaded against them next year than now." These two official organs of the Tory party evidently do not think A Candid Friend j The Ottawa Citizen, the leading Con Eervative journal in Ottawa, express- es the opinion that "most of the ablesl ;men of the'Opposition in -Parliament jhave diligently delved into statistics 'and sifted, an'd'aSiilyzed, and general ized; from the paVlial results attained: Optimism Go find the ir, a heroic endeavor to discover some 'pti'mist. The Liskeard .Speaker conclusive evidence as to how recipro- ays: "The fire lias advertised New city will really work out. They have Jntario's resources to the whole givsn the results of their work to Not every country has timber Parliament, and; through .the press, lo tie people, but they know, one who is sufficiently studious to 'study their speeches knows, that they quite inconclusive .anil baroly ouch the fringe of such a question.'; 1 Take away the "loyalty" nonsense, what argument, is ihere it say SNAPS 7 room fully modern house, located on rv beautiful site on Dufferin St. Plenty of shade trees and just the place for a nice home. For prices nnd terms, call at our office. 6 room, fully modem house on Oavaiiah Ave., facing east on a 30 ft. lot. Price Small cash payment; balance monthly. This is a snap and worth looking into. 6 room fully modern bungalow on Oourtland street, a snap at 13250. Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Mo mi Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 United States in 1910. Considerable over half a million dollars' worth of sheep and lambs papers in Canada, an extract showing ,at :1 farmer is going to be i.encfitc'd ot, Bhee" Ihe relationship of one of Ihe chief loy by keeping him from one of the larg-l lvere sold in the American market A niarln-iil pnnitnl n-milrntc- In jlin n-ni-lrl wlioru tllfi tlB SflltlG VP3.r. flltllOURll UlC tSX Oil In Summer Kilts A procession of Rumanians In pic- ,turesquo white native costumes with _, n knee skirts attractedthe atto ition o Ihe chief loy by keeping him from one of the larg-Pvere in me Amencan imimeu Knee skirts can capital, est n'arkets In the world, where Ihe tie same year, allnoiigli me tax on the a couple of newsboys on Federal lear that the prices ore higher for the fanners' pro- tmner was and on the latter m Tuesday morning. 75 cents a head ,llit Of hay, worth was sold in one. ace of a duty of a ton. alty shontfirs to American The demonstration was cleai mai iuu prices lire umnur iui me njimtia jm gentleman mentioned, when it came to ducts than probably anywhere i.. business, took absolutely no stock in die world. -More thanMhat, tha farm- the cry that the Influx of Amerlcaiipr. nfw years of careful thought and capital would in any way affect the study, has asked for the market. The loyalty of Canadians. This same jour- tl uiueiu is merely accedJug to the nal gives another example. W. K. Me- farmers' request. Just beer, ise Mr. Naught, who is a Conservative mem- fjorden differs with the farmers, :s it her of the Ontario Legislature for one likely that they are going to sink their of the Torontos, and vigorously pro- owri judgment and admit that Mr. Bor- tests his loyalty and devotion to the den knows more about tho farming; Empire, arid his aversion to freer tUlm the farmers ihoiusolves? al'e to be made free under reciprocity trade with the Yankees, .believes the Not likely. Empire will not endure if farmers are j permitted to sell their lambs and tur-' What do you s'pose they "Dey'se replied the other, In potatoes our sales reached "can't you tell despite a tax of-25 cents per bush- replied the first el; in turnips of 5174.000, "Kimes is made out of plaiil landing a tax of 25 per cent., and in Hh ]mle white hanging down egetables of after payment- f the same rate of duty. All these, and many other articles .in front. "I'm ashamed of your lit needs no argument ,to 'show tha [trade must expand enormously whe nips and tomatoes in the markets of j the United States free faf duty. He Is opposed, too, to the British prefer- 'cr.cs, r-c doubt for the same