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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE'l'llBRTDGE DAILli HEKAiLD Friday, August. UETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by (hi l.ethbrlttj, Publishing Co., '..ti. towfyl' tuning 'it ill offle't, W. A. OirKtor and V Editorial, Reportorlal, i 1224 .PHONE: Adverlljlnj Clroul'tlon and Job 1252 J dfctlTered........14.00 6 months, dellTored.....13.00 8 months, delivered.....11.00 month, old DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year, by eaonthi. by null.. isinoping to. picayune arguments. Mr Mie-ialhs hole (T c agjjiist e 'wprocity- was not- argument la. but rather1 a. parrot-like .repet rion of ih" speech delheud R. L. Borden on His "Western to the effect that ho '10 years of age had lind he consequently-opposed it. -Mr lioiiist policy of the Hnrden. party.! The avowed object oi' ths obstruction.; v.'3'S to force, the government tn hold a general election, and now that Mr. j Borden lie was. looking for, he aixl his stippurters squeal. Mr. i Mngrat.li also sbaws (m niter lack .ajipreciatJcn .ofi.the principles of gov-j ernnient wheuJhe complained ;about re djgti ibution he is i Tho rejdistributioiijrj.'why did he obstruct t b MI e b iiitl jftfuse niajoritj rule in this (jglmtM9 Does he imng j HIP for a moment that intelligent men Cannot see through his little The people by their mandate, told Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his followers to govern. Mr. Bordqn .uwl Mr. Mngrath "onterfded uile 'Mi grath has made.oiit a very poor caso j fot hib conrl in jmlia j ment and in his chirguic a. or time when tlVc' house adjourned for tlie Coionation he sm> the -Company nvestments OWNERS OF Mii.arath may be sincere in thinking that is a sufficient jratificnrion for hMsiness in the "Elouse oi Commons and laying violent liaiuls on he great .principles of representative government, but, he will have a diffi- cult task in convincing the electors! of the riding of Medicine Hat. The Laurier governinent' was returned by large mapority in Suite 115 Sherlock Building v Box 1979 Phone 1291 tendency as the most bigoted of Tor-1 ic-s to sidetrack the "Old Flag" vrheii it doesn't suit the purposes- of the' high tariff party to have.it inflame popular -prejudice, Mr. Magrath may be a "nice'man." btit nice men are plentiful. .What Ca- nada needs in parliament are men with an appreciation of the" raspon- {'to set one, and THE DUKE -OF SUTHERLAND ling in ide on the Olt mpiaat the end of By Marquise do in Chicago lOriobei 01 the beginning of Novorn- Stili Looking madam, to a book that will .tell you how to manage a bus- Tribune. _ band. The Duke "of Sutherland, accmiipan Woman-Bui, my dear man, what 1 by. the Dukes of Somerset, Bed ,f prounce, of Ca- book that will tell me and Westminster, is hooked to111Mrll u. bci There is .no one .more .enthusiastic than tHc'Duke of Sutherland-.about the want I him Undi and appaienih he is communi- sibilities of representative govern- ment. Nice and all as he is, Mr. .Ma- l-risht. A Winning at Both Encls N'T ARRA.VGBMENT that will crs' bngge'rs, etc., from 20 per cent, to 15 per cent.; on hayloa ders, 2'n per nit farmers of Canada nor. only to sell {.heir produce j cent, to 20-per cent.; on potatoc dig- gers, from 25 to 20 per cent.; fodder for a higher price, but also i necessities at a lower price i or feeds cutters, 2s per cent, to 20 surely meet with their approval.. Tills j per cru8hcrBf 25 per celltl Sim of Toronto, the independent j fQ 20 p'er mills, 25 per farmers' weekly, points out" Is prov- j-ceiu per hay tedderB. 25 ided by the reciprocity agreement. It' not only provides a- market where he can sell hia produce at-a liigher price hut. the duties on many of the arti- cles that are absolute necessities to him in ihe carrying of his agricul- tural business are induced. As the Sun pointn'out, the tax on. wagons v.-ill be cut from 25 per cent less than three years ago. Mr. grain was elected at that time, and be srnth has, failed in that respect. may consider u sikiK projjusi- tion hy ibis time, but the electors of Canada are not. favorable, to itn-h ideas a-s are entertained 'by -Mr, .Ma- grath about "man da tea" at the ex- pense of political privilege: As.tlie Albertan has pointed out be- fore, the British preference was riuiio as radical a change in the. tariff policy :is tlie reciprocity paet, and, while .Mr. Magrath's true to their slavish devotion to the high tariff 'interests, IUll For a the ling New .york, will embark on JDuke of ,Sutherlnnd-s ateam yacht (now in, American waters under char- Cheering Him Up Mother (in a very low' Tommy, your grandfather i-s'very sick. Can you say something to til) a bit. Tomrvy (in an earnest opposed the British preference, 'hey you like tb have were sadly lacking in nerve when it soldiers at your funeral? came to challenging the goyeriunent to obtain a "mandate" from the pyo- ple. Mr. Magrath and his high .tar- iff. friends are "heavy- on the man- dates" when it suits; their purpose, I'per-cent, to 20'per cent.; field rollsrs, 25 per cent; lo 20 per cent.; bells and per cent, to 27 1-2 per centi the reciprocity agreement, rati all Canadian farm products, ex: "cept wool, win. be entitled to entry to tbo United States without payment of duty. The free list will include: tb 22 1-2 per rent.: on plows, from 20 Ctittle. of all kinds, horses of all ]ier cent, to .15 per cent.: on tooth classpa, sheep and swine, poultry, and disc harrows, from 20 per cent, j whether live or dead, and eggs, to li> per cent.: on binder-3, from 17 j varieties of grain, beans .garden, field1 to ir> per cent. nrs, from 20 per.i'.eut. rills to 15 ifi per cent. PU lit to and grass .-seeds, fjax seed, hay nnd straw, .potatoes, turnips, onions, can- bHge all oUier in their on mov rc fiom 11 It per cent, on hoi PC from fljititural state apples peaia peaches, ppi cent to poi i.cui'- on jgifLpGt; boiries. of iH other claBses, rtrs from.. 3D. iujr. cent. .id cent.; 1 all other lediVile'fruits -in, their natnr- on threshing from 2ft. per j a j and- honey, bflt-ter, cheese, rent, to IS nnr cent.: on wiudstack- ;inilk and crenni. OUR POINT OF VIEW A reciprocity is foi greater proipcritj Aa the .Dundee- Advertiwr aptly puts Jt the belief Is more biistnpsi ion i Talk about ontinisfniiri; the'Liberal convention- .yesterday -hud them nil Qld .politicians they nev- er .saw .anything In th( mUlst of all tin political ex- pa runny IB n j ...-iiou nn mi (ii'iuicui ex- do with a tlie more harm hn wi 1 j (ninnt do not foffSnt to boost do Tba't surely is a fine biisifl for'the' fuir. It will" be i-.iviiter lor a DO'ItJcn'r-iKJHcy. than over. do i for a but can hardly he accredited with pleased he is. tbe virtue of consiatency. "The rea- son the Magrath party didn't demand a "mandate" on the British prefer- ence was because they-v.-ell'knew that not an even dozen would have been1 returned to Ottawa. On the reci- procity issue, there is a great chanr.e to appeal to passion, and prejudice by inflaming the Canadian and Britisher Was Cautious There's no need to be fright- ened, my little man. My little dog is only wagging his tail to show how Tommy Hut that's not the end I'm afraid of. Poor Woman "I suppose your u'ifo is enjoying her Enmmer cottage. "Not verv much. She has three women t-isitijig her. each on a 'dif- ferent kind of diet-." THE RED CROSS TABLET Tnlilcls. wliich nro iiiacln cspeciiilly Tor us. eontniii llio very .paper and MIT nuulc in tho, (lil'ffiroiil sixes and slylcs, and sol.d only by us. Foreign jjiicii, (irwiiin Hond. Smooih Ivory, Konnuiri1. Linen, .'In hirgfrassorlim'iit always on linnd. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. THIRD AVE.SO.UTH. Wisest Plan He-r-Shall T order for both of us? jtor to .Col. 'Robert .M. Thompson, :foi it. would be 'better, Halifax, Nova'Scotia. consign bus over how much money you tlioro :tiie higgest mont'of British dukes tliat. Or ro Canada the advantage of hating new Und settled b> skillful iiid thrifty agriculturists aa 'tenant farmers of great-English nobles "Mv said >Irs. Xowcush, at OI1G weillh at Ihpii commnnd to nroudlv "eoires out tonight" T1" u" the SL I-awenw nv- give flnancial hacking.and moral sup- proudij, comes out. toi igni. and through, the Great Lakes, as tenaniM of unden "How said .Mrs. Kashllor. nR Kprt there, thr'Jine lo the Dominion; at "So rfoes my How long was i journey will ho continued by rail and daughter in Not in Boston ''There is nothing In my play Ispecial train to Brooks, Alberta, i where the Ditke oE StitherlaiifJ has ac- quired large" holdings, the object 'of settling farmers of hi.s own there Ifrom his Scottish estates. The Dukes nle f0, d considerable time 10 a blush to anybody's Westminster and of both said the author. whom'are colossally rfcii, ai'o ex- "Weil" replied the producer, "bring .pected to follow the Duke of Suther- the manuscript'around when you get land's-example and invest largely'in IIIL ii'i. ii. u j llini-t'i fni- fn i-tni 11 nitrnrtcou it-finished." Favorite Fiction I'm not a bit seasick. jland 'in Alberta for fanning purposes. Afterward the party will visit the JDuke of "Sutherland's holdings at j in Lhe Neu' ork assembly to PECULIAR AND. PERTINENT Morphine, which was named after Morpheus on-account, of its effect as a narcotic, was" first.-mentioned by Uidwig in 1688. 'On October 12, J74fi, n- hill was in -Saskatchewan, and m'at Fort George, Britisii Columbia, nea staying 'out, here on deck to get the the K-rnsor .Rlvor. The party will fresh air." "Yes, indeed, the water is delight fully w-jrm. ;o west as'-far'as Vancouver, and on re- turning to Kort VV ill tarn, will re-em- .iiark there'on tlie steam yacht Car- Im coming out for MontroaL.'whence train will promised mamma I wouldn't -stay ,aken for. Xcvr Vcrk, the return be- in iitore than a minute or two." "It's so good to get hack to work again after yonr vacation." "We had to stop at the chtickateak house because all the good hotels were "Boars on this line make close con- nection with trains at Eandville for alt points in the interior." "Millie, how T envy you thai splen- did coat of raise ny lottery for the erec- Uorr of King's now Columbia university. Htee! was in use in 082 B. C. Quinine was discovered Jn ;1S20. The Western Taste A senator who represents a stale In tho middle west, find is im- mensely rich, was going oyor the ile-1 tails of a dinner with a Washington steward. It was his fir.it. formal en- j tertaltnnent and he wanted to be tbiii every thing was exactly right. The steward the menu wrilton In French, and was translating it en jiujnest, "WhHl'fl said !l'c senitor, polullng to the hcadllnor. on tlie hall' Hlujll." ex- plaliRHl the expert. "Oh, Wdirt do objected the wnator. "Civo 'em -.1 stuw." 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