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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Angus) 22, 1911. PAILY 'HKIRALI.V break up-load monopolies ami help] K.M the1 people in their everyday life, es- jlr pecially 'lit the cost of living." report of the speech read "Hc io "I'Poscd. to reciprocity, Hon. Mr. King in helming his the rejoinder, speed.; 'said that there were two i is govcrn- sidc's. to tlic, reciprocitv agreement, I M''' ami holhaucs. were good for the ami of the M-uit cmlnjn. Company, we can begin to sec a lit- Itlc the real reason for his opposi- "In'tile first lie said, "itj EiiLs'ihcaistd oppoitu "''us to the failh. ptoduu, In fnumhms hm, with a j at ,vil, which sprak. had sc-orud, and the liecklcr sub- THEATRIC mail el Jn UK, sicond place it 'also helps tlie consumer, the pur- chaser of eommodilies, for it deals a sided completely. "If tile people of eontin- ibloM to food monopolies, which ..arc win. IML ficadnilh boon Plovung up or, j (f) food thus continent (Lo.ul (her cannot do belter than encourage HIP o. lgainSJ, re- of this Kind, and sav' ciprpcity is the fact thit in C'amuia js U) Ihue ins kin up a class so rcat thcv wiu bc auslocrits athss of plutocrats, ducer: d vho onh set good to i nation in' terms of ilicir. own benefit. They out blue niin whenever they them- sehe1? inri (hen monopolistic po-.vers are threatened, 'These men have hceii tryiiif; to kctp clqwn -he pntis of production, and to'raise the-price for consumers. Thqy have been securing profits in both ways. "On'llie. whole, producers' prices in this cniuiLr} aie lower in in in the States. .On the other hand, the con- sumers' -prices are higher. Take the ,asc of- hogs, for example. The cost of, product-ion in Canada is lower, lint you can buy the finished pro- duels, bacoirand cheaper in Biif- falo" tijart' in Toronto. Mow 1 He- uatisc gentlemen here have a inon- opolv of rav inateritl I uder reci- iirocity Americans would come info Oiiturio to bny'Jiogs from the farm- Thii i use the purchase irice for the Ackers Iherefore they icwl V' The spcalti refeucd to of the which ue tuini; to estab- lish i mojiopoh in tood products. Me tefcrrcd to uluch owns great tracts of fruit lands in the Niagara pcnmsuli m 'lion 1 ostcr to sell stock said H-on. king 'is a ducclor m this com- Uniild ou mention tlie matter at all inteanpted T nnn in the audi- ence if iheic I ibci ils on the directorate pany consumer. "What tlie Liberal party, however, wanfs to do, and will do by reciproc- ity is i-r, .'up- food monopolies, and lo help tho people in their every- day especially in (he cost ofHv- ing. For example, by (he agreement, we will remit about of taxes. Take the single, instance, of fish and oysters. Under the present tariff there is a duty of 10 cents a gallon on oysters that is to bc taken oil altogether. The duties on fish also are to he removed entirely. "Arc you asked Hon. Mr. King, "going (o advise your friends to vote ;igainst such a reduction in tHves and th the cost of living? There are .also reductions in the dut- ies in bacon and ham, for besides- many other food products. "Will, you be indillereni to such re-j dilutions' The working elass will see the advantage, and will gladly ac- cept (lie opportunity. " he indifferent to-such rc- hicfcions working class will see tho will gladly accept the "That is why Ihc pork packing in- terests are howling. The common people will save a little money, but they'themselves will lose a trifle, and they don't want to help the people. "Believe me, however, it is what will be in the interests of the people as. a whole, and not nf the moneyed classes, is going to count, and Mini: will .have weight. (Prolonged cheers and NOTED ARTIST COMING John M. Toes, the well known lppg concert manager was In the elly taut week In the Interests of art- tats of (he world wide reputation. Val- Ulmer De Prtiicbmann.'tho greatest of all pianists, before, the- public today. will make it tour western Canada next January management of Mr. Tees, who thai, music lovers of Lethbrldgo and neighboring towns should not lose opportun- ity to secure a hearing -of the great Bohemian artist, who jg said by. tlie leading musical critics to be the great- est- of all exponents of Chopin's beau- tiful compositions. H is hoped that some enthusiastic musician .will take this matter up. He will no doubt receive the support of nil music lov- ers. Air. Tees lias arranged for the ap- pearance of 'Miss Edna Sutherland, Canada's most distinguished Inter- pretive reader, during the -early part of next month under the auspices 'of local V. M. C. A. Miss SuUwlaml is making a tour of Western Canada presenting Maurice Maeterlinck's re- Proclamation NOW KNOW YE: Tim I I, Jiliiis Adams, by "Millie ol' tlic powers in me vcslod us Muyor of the Cily of Lclhbridge, do hereby declare Thursday, the 24th of Atigut, A. D., from (he hour of twelve o'clock noon, a Civic Holiday, and licrc- g aurce .aeerncs l'0- niarkable work, -The Blue Bird." which II) V" Ctlll Oil nil gOOtl Is id to be the finest evening's en tcrtainment in this lady's entire re pertolre. The date of this -literary treat will be announced in a few days WILL SUPPLY COAL SHORTAGE Bpokane, Wash., Aug. Kelson A. of Spokane, an- nounced .before leaving tor Nelson, H. the boundary iMinu and company will open its coal properties at Midway, B .C., fit to relieve tlie fuel shortage threatened in northeastern Washing- ton and southeastern British Colum- bia, It is expected to -hegin shipping wlthin'90 clays and continue through- put Hie winter months. Ccntracts have been awarded for Jliildinss to accommodate a large 'hrcfi of miners and work will MO started at once, tinder, .lames Petrio Hossland, U. C., who has been ap- pointed 10 (he position of managing j tircctor. -Mr. Pctrie is arranging NEGOTIATIONS AREUSPENDED "THE SUNNYSIDE OF BROADWAY" 'I'nat .Mas Blopm is a great draiv was evidenced by the largo crowd that assembled at tlio .Majestic. last overling. He has certainly' eatabiinn- himself us n popular favorite in the estimation of the theatre-going public of Lethbridge. His perform- ance was a cascade of fun which bub- nled over the stage, and flowing over footlights rilled the theatre with rippling laughter. .Max .is certainly a character.of the type which is good to see, his antics, his voice and his facial expressions are inimitable, und there is a naive drolling about.his acting which Irresistibly mattes for good humor, and creates'a magnetic sympathy with his audience... Long may his power flourish, for it is good to laugh sometimes: .A sure prescrip- tion for the bines is go and see Max Uloom. The piece itself is bright, full of attractive, and. airy.' nnil._. which goes with n swing and a rytlini. the college boys, college girls and Uancing Pippins 'give 'a refreshing: tone of yoni h and beauty.. O'Toole and O'Brien were played up to 'the standard by Conghlin mid Leslie, and in a manner well befitting the bearers of such illustrious names. The Mod ern Nursery Rhymes were somewhat feeble, but. the other parts of the pro- gram fully made amends. The mis elfevious fun of .-Mice Sher as Flossie King, although it created consterna- tion -amonjf .tlio .iennesE-e doree of the Iront row and boxes, hugely delight- fid the house. Florence onmi, and Johnnie Gllmore, wonderful Oari'cing Horae, helped to mightily please an appreciative audience and to send everybody homo happy; zcns to observe the same. EL1ASAJ3AMS, Mayor. AGED WOMAN WORKS B1G! Uooneville, fud., Aug. Martha Spradley, aged S3, living a few miles uast of this city, Is as active s women are at 30, and there are fevv women, it ia .'ueiieved, .that can do tlie manual labor that she does In day. -She owns a 100-acre farm, readv Yith> tlie Canadian Pacific Railway company to run a. spur track to the portal of the mine. Coal washing machinery has been ordered and will h-s Installed in a short time. The Burrltt holdings contain e'rat (arse seams of coal, tuts to Ire I er-nal 10 Ilifi throw's Nest product, and It is thought that the veins are to make the pro- big producers in Paris, Aug. negotiations hctueen France nnd Germany looking to the scltlcinent of the, Moroccan dispute arc suspended for the pres- ent. The opinion is that a settlement bp arranged ultimately ii an in- patience and moderation i which she works hepjelf. on tin: part of France can bring it ahout. Conferences between Premier. Cal- iians, nnd Foreign Minister DC Selves upon the subject arc Frequent. Public opinion appears to trust the govern- ment implicitly. Newspapers arc cau- tious in .llieir comments to a degree ihal is rare in France. They refrain because of a desire not to cmhaiass BRITISH EDITORS ARE COMING WEST .Montreal, Aug. Twelve British Journalists, eagei and aiuious to study, see and afterwards describe tlie Dominion, arrived In Montreal oh' Saturday night after a week's trip in Hie Maritime provinces, corn.- nlcted the first part of their pilgrim- e. The primary object of .their' visit is to see Canada and their upon wliat they have seen favor-: able. The party was entertained to itinner last night at the St. club by Sir Hugh Graham at which they met the leading representatives of newspapers of Montreal. morning tire party leaves for St. Anno De Bellevue, to Bee McDonald college. Tonisht they will leave for- Ottawa and will finish their trip, to v the coiist at the -end of September, In each province, a representative of that province will travel with the party am! furnish to the newspajter men information upon the many sub: Jeris to be dealt'wilh. CUNAKD LINE Canadian Servlct Dp you know you can now (ravel between Canadavand England by the. .old Cunanl Line direct Canadian service sailing from Montieal London and Southampton? To London 3rd clHM t29 .From London Cabin (cm clJM) up The excellence of service (or which the line is well is being maintained in its Canadian Service. Tor full particulars apply to any Cunard Line Canadiaa agonc, cr write to H. E. LIDMAN, Gjn. Agt. Can. Wtrt, 445 Main St., Winnipeg, Mm. the govcrnmcnl. Quiet military parationx arc hcillg made steadily in conscqiirnce of miuisiorial orders am rinval jinrts arc Ijusy taking vessels iou active, service. This ac- as a nr sufficient If-UKth perty one of the British Columbia. Kvelvn de iJofiisehilds, of the lish house nf lhal (ainmis name, was in Montieal this week, and is coming wcse. piiration for Ihc naval review oil Tou- lon on Scpl. 4th, when President Fal- will review eighteen battleships, six of which are of the nine, armoured cruisers, and I thirty war vessels belonging lo small classes. The Victor deserves serious considera- tion, not merely ns a source of entertainment, but as an educator; H fills a place made by itself which there is no substitute. MAtON S. RISCH. LTD. Dominion Blk. Phone 79'i CANADIAN ARTILLERYMEN START WORK IN ENGLAND London, Aug. Col. Jfach- nnchten, commandant of tlio Canadian artillery team, tells the Canadian As- sociated Press representative- that lilr, team starts practicing at Shoebury- nesg on Wednesday next. The hospi- tality offered many ol' the officers had to be refused, owing (o tho delormina- lion of the tcfim to do some really profilablc work dining their visit. Tlio "Ulcers :irc staying at the Royal Courts Hotel nml Ilio men at Clralsca Darniclis. Thn competition-.; will be held oil Thursday and Friday, and on Saturday they, go to Portsmouth. On .Monday they pjy a visit to Whale Island. Tired of spending twelve or fifteen hours in a sweatshop to only make 50 or (10 cents a day, a fifteen-year- old Xt'W York boy attempted suicide by asphyxiation. OF CANADA Capital, Best mi IMivideJ rratils Ttlal Assets Man Renuias who saves every week, or or year, a certain amount; no matter how small Few ever get rich without doing so. The Savings tins Bank provide! safe place for your savings to accumulate, and grow with the Interest which is added half-yearly. 11.00 or upward is enough for the first deposit. Money may be withdrawn whenever you need it. Main Office cur. Round RedpMh StiQ. R. TINNING, Stirling H. Roach, Aetlno Minujtr. Grassy W. Luekhardt, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., O.C.L., PltEWOENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENEniL MANAOER CAPITAL, CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerco are the most convenient form in which to carry money :when travelling. They are negotiable everywhere, self-ideiilifyiiig, and the exact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign countries is printed on tiie face of every cheque. The cheques are issued in denominations of and Has and may be obtained on .'application at- the Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce lias issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to tbout to which will bo sent free to anyono applying for it. Lethbfidge Branch C, G. K. Noursc. Mgr. ;