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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALB Friflfty. A�j2,iis( 25.1011. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD R�x.* In eight or more pngns. acr. coulUnt � Bummary of tba newa of woek, loctl and diairlct. 1 year tn advaaca ....|1.M i % moBlfca, In advauc*... .� C Bontha, lu iMTanst ....7I� Lethbrldge-Red Croaa Drut A Book Store, .1. a. noban^ on & Co., .lackaoD A Cop* Alexandra Hotel. Paov!*'* Drug Stora Maeleod-Young * Co.. U. W HaiulUon Plnchtr Creek-E.J.Mltch��, D. McCroa. Tafaer-V\'cstlaB-e Rroa. Car(i�ton-Alberta Urj| * Book Co. Fernie. B. C-Percy BejL Medlclnf^ Hat-f^.M.Northara. THE DAItV HCHALO iromiAl.1 AT Cranhreak. �. C-Ds�itJa * AtOhlMB. CI�reiholn-.-O. U Uelnecka. Diamond Clt>'-Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver. 3. C. - World Wida .Vow* Co Minneapolis-Hrowu * Browa 21!* 4th M. Spokane-Tin.-.Tnmieson News Co.. 705 llivcrside Ave. ... Also on all C. P. R. Tralne. ilnic wp liHVf rcrolvp'l notliinc pxoput ' Ulnd iinil chnrHclPr .......... Oflpn from on�' mflinifiictiirpr. I while uMn^ the nntiie of Uip liranKe, .StMuiiiir .^lonp Did he iChi-sti-r \V,' � furlhPr their pikI.h i hpy were tn l.viiiam s,�y niiylhiiiK to yoii iihciiit (Mill- eniiiloy of oihpr iipople Ihiil Is Mr .\I1pii -I think Mr, l.ym.ui iliil, lilt niy \iiit|prstiinillnj; wa.s (hn( If wp l:;iil :uiyihln� frcim ihiU liiiprpKi it Miiild tome from Ihp Ainpricmi Ciilp I'll 1 I'niipr Afi'iH'ijttioii. .-'iMiiiloi- Sidiip -Mr. l,>iiiiiii tlip .^rciPlHi) )uiil .iHSisI;ini [nt'sidpiil of illp hii ii.ii I'liiiil i'iippr roiiil-in>. IS hp mil" .Mr \11p|i V- sir .�^I'D.ihir .Sidiic |i() Mill l " Mr \llPii .Nil sir. 1 ild noi Umiw .iliii. Sfiii\lor Stone hid ymi aeiul .nin roiiiiiifiiiic'.Hioii K) liidi? .Mr Allen .Misoliitply noiip Hp (iiilpil IMP lip on ih� 'plioiip. Spiimor Slopp .\hoiit this .mil re-iiproriiy iMiiipiURii? \\r ..VllPii VoB. SpiKifo: Sloiip- What wiis hiK ron- crenl Inli-rpsts on ihp oiitsidp hnd llipni hired to oonip hore to RPt iluiiiiiih lpf,ialniion m.^l Ihpy were pprniltted by .Nationnl .Mastpr Itaphei-hler ni\d hie offlphil iicsnpiMles to conie ill ihp promolion of Iheir lPKi�li\llvp herp mill iiso the niinip of thp Hrni\ge work Scnjiior U'illliiiDH In onp part of ilip ipsiimoiiy I think Mr. Miichpliler I oiifp.-i.spil. (iiid Hint tlipy themselves 1 oiifpssi'd, that ill son'.f i-nsps where ilipiii (MMip (loivn o.'itpn.^ihly Id rpprp-spiit Ihp (irnnKP llipy were piiid hy I other InlereKt!!. ' Senator Sloup-Vpk, iiiorp lhan once. j Are (he InlelliKeni eleclor.>ii ri'iii>iiiii.-r! Ml MIpii --1 ihiiiU lie said ilut \iiii'n,;in Udiillpii Coiniiuny. or .\i'i;oir;l .\- market, lie doe.s iioi uaiil proieeiioii w'aich will compel him to sell in res tripled markets and take whaievor price is offered hy those w iio can ' iHke only a limited - of his pi-o-d'U-i^ What he wants more ilian any-tnini; else is a kiri-'er ni.arket, ,-i ninr ket Ihat will take all his stuff ;in(l ask for more. lie knows he i'an eet tiip hishpsi price foi- lie lias the soods of the hiiihest ui'itli'y. To ihe Wesieni farmer the inosi imporlaiit product affecicd hy tiip re eiprocily a-^rppiiit'iii is wlip.ii. The farmers want iho .Vnipiioan market tor wheat hecaiisp of ihp hither price ii pays and because of the fact that th^rnited tales can lake all inn surplus. The Canadian market will not tiike more than half of his prop this year. This is the vpr> oulside es-tiniafp and many a'ltlioriiies jilace it nuiidi lower The f.irtners h.ivp liip aniliorltalive staieniPiils of Biiiish miUer.s ilini llroal I'.riiaiii will nut litis year or mr-' ollifv .^ear. ia!;e o\or .'u.-niHi.ilun Inisiip's of t'aiuidian wheat. Tiiey do not use hard wheat exclusiie-ly In their millins liiii mix it with tiipir own wheat thus preservitif; the whliPiiess of bread so much desired by the Hritish consumer. Til.' westpi-n wheal crop this year Is e?tiliialed to be at [east 2uti.iMHi.ilil{i bushei.'S, .-\fler tliP (.'.intidian and Brljisii markets are suiiplled. the wpoi-erii farniPiR will have at least .".(i,i>iii1,-(lOfi bushels to diiijose of elsewhere And in succpediiitJ years this surplus will h," much lariier as Ihe acreage put into wheat iiicieases. \\ here will he sell his wheal" The sDrlent does not take a sreui ileal and the deniaiid there is increasing tunch more slowly than ihe sujiply is in in. creasins in fanada, 'I'lipre i? really no otiier ni.irket hiit the I'ljited .-Stales but the lireseiu duty of i'.\ em yfive r III led sluiis ticross This and as iliti.ser. cents a bushel imposed h\ the States sovernini'iif pr:icnc,ill> Canailiaii wheal out To sell Ihe line lite wesleiii tainier luasi ac ' cept the low price iliat is always, ipaid for surplus s'hhIs 'liai cannot lie � ^old. sl.iiivjliiered 'j,;;.;,iin luic's, Tlie ^ removal of Ihe duty would ovpicoine | this liandica|i aiol i;ive the lanadiaii farmer the price the ,Vmeric,in lieoid-' are williiij; to pay fiu- the wli-at i i;,.ts .which they cannot now uei for iliali price on ui count of the iluly | That, there Is :i l.aiKe market for ifaniidian hard wlie.ii in the I'niied' Stales e-aiiiiol be doulncd. The sitr : phfs of Ainerieuii m hem for export is rapidly Hearing l';e v.inishing point i for two reasons. tlt'e is llial the con-i siimini; popiilalion is iin reasin.e very raiiidly and the oiiict- is that tup ftir-ulHrs of Ihe Iniied States are rap. Idly noiiig out of w Ileal raising and 'Ao-iiig in for corn and dairying, .Minnes-Ola. Smith Dakota. Kansas, N'eiiraska jaud otiier former .ureal srowiiia; isMies are raislni; much b'ss wlieai Ilian formeily and the newer slates are not iiiereasin^:; ilieii .\ iplii suffir-jienily to make up iliis dpiieise. If reciprocity is ndopied, ilie pfo-iduciion ijf wheal lu ihe .Vmerican I states will decrease imicli more rap. Mdly because tlie t'anailiaii whe.ii is 'heller and will h-' in demniid ami the Ameriean farmer v, liose land v.ilues are higher Uiati iliosc of Caii-nda will find, as ilie Dtilario r.arineis .dill, that they caniioi coinpeie ','i:li the west where more i;r,aiii iier .aire is 'produced on land that does no; retpiirp so larsv an iiivpsiineiit, and will (JO in for oiher kinds of fariniu,;;, ,\!id If ihe t'anndijn suridus .addeil lo ,ihe .American crop supidies more ihan flu- peoiilP of ihe riiiied Siaies re-Huiie. the demand for Canadian wheal will siill obialii The Ainerittan iieo-ple will Iniv Caiiadhm hard wheat to (oiiHume and ship their own wheal of Inferior iiiiallty to countries that want :iliat kind of wheal. It Is very evident tliprefore. that the beht ' market for Ca.iiart.i's stir)>liis wheal is llie market next door anil reciprocity will provide that market. I the I'niied Stales, who have lilreil such as .'Mien and I'lrahnm to mould Canadian public opinion The ConS'.^r-vaiivp p.irty hv itsiuL; such camj�ai,stn meihod.s havp i)1o\�m1 thctn.-elvi-s to be in alliance not only with ;he monop-cliaiactpr of the men who are supply-1 olisiic inieresis ni Canada hnl .also! 111^ ihc annexaiion lit-.-raiure for ihp|wiih lite .\merican trusts, whom they 'I'll,! caiiipaivn Kollowiiip is anmlic-r profess so mucli to t'edr, Seir-re.spect-cxiract fiom liie records oi lite etc | iii(;, loyal Caujidinns will resent such qitiry - j iiifliiences helnp used and will refuse .-^cualor Stone-Tliey have or ai j to obey the crack of ihe trusts' whip, leas! ,\lr .\IIeti. liip senior memher | K'pi iprociiy is in the people's iiilprests. of 'he firm, has suld, amoii!; his clieii|lt is a lo.\.il I'.riilfb policy and Is op-:elc. Ihe Standard Oil Company, the j posed by ihose in the employ and un-Connnsepd (111 Trust, and ihe Whis Ider ihe control, directly or indirectly l;py Trust, tiud other clients of like j of the trusts. OUR POLNT OF VIEW Vote for Rnclianan. Vole for Huciianan and lareer .�\ vote fjr Buchanan ower cost of living. is a M'tc fo" is tlip last iiredicied it d.;v lias of >lie fair been a hum Iteciiirociiy will sive ilie farmers the lu-ice for iiieir grain to which they are eiiliiled. Tlie annexation the manhood of lorale. crv Ihe s an insult Caiiiidiau cb ' ii cannot he denied, that the farmerf,; hi,'lieve reidprocit', wil| increase their i prosppi'ity, how ran an inielllRent elee- j tor. for bis own sake, or that of the; naiicii. deny ihe farmers' retiuesj for j rei iprocity ? i \\'oiiiiJ the rniicd Sia'�s aijpm.m! lo conu'ier Canad.t by fore, of ai-nn.' Can ihe.v seduce Canadian m.iniioori | li>' auv nipaus" ,\u empha'ic 'no" \ IS the answer of every trtie (,"an:4(li,tn. j .^lagrtilh's policy is resiricled trade, lower prices lor ibe prod'icer and hish-i er prices for the consume''. .\ rca-' irlcted market n".er made the mass or the people of any country prosperous. i Hiichanan as ;i supporter of re ipio-jcin stands for a gfealer Cairi'lii and ,1 ,i;realer Kiiipirp. I If it is -a fact and no one will i\pi\\ *ii. iliat a.nric'tliiire is tiie industr.\ that terms ilie basis of all prosperity in tilts country and It it is a fact, and The Source of the Annexation Cry jiixiaposit ion; "lis lendeniy and aim are comiilete commercial union between ilie iwn countries lo ihe exclusion of the rest of 1 he Knipire. "It open.s to the I'niied Stales our home market - � - It also has the The .-Vmerican triisis are supplying j-larsp sums of money to assist the an-i ti-reciproeiiy campaign in Canada.; Kven if they are not sending Ihe act-' iial ctisli they tire sendinR what their' inoney has bought, the hired opinions 01 men who ii'ler them according to now they are paid. changed since Ihose days, it Is in the direciioi. which would have stren!.;thened his faith in the ability of Canadians to buy and sell without ; becominK slaves to their customers. I Too Close Together 1 .Monlreal Herald i ll.isie aiul a multilude of couiiselior.-iiiiisi doubt less bear the blame for many of the ])pcnliarities of Mr. Borden's latest pronounciamento; hut nef. ther li.isie nor confusion should have. Scotch Logic induced ilie writer to iiut these two houiild iwho is -seeinR his more .jbieciions to reciprocity in immediate i prosperous cousin o!t hy the train) - ; W' micht like tae leave me a boh or THK MAN GRAHAM, WHO IS wriliuK speclel articles for the Caiuidiou aniireclproeli V press from N'ew York, saying that the real object of l.lie I'niied Sialos lu seel;. luB reciiifociiy is to hrinx about I le annexation of Canada Is tlie aanie llrahani, wln> before the C S, Senate rommiiiee was forced to admii that he �nd his pannei', .loaeph II Allen, li-'td solicited coniribiiiions from the :.,npcr and other iruais to asaisi the j'armefH' tirnnxe, oalen.sibl.i. to flshi the reciprocity pact before the I'ulied States Coneipss. The firm of Allen and Graham, of New York are professional lohbyiatn ano do so wlili 'he I'nltt-d Stales t:oiiitres�. Th� evldnncB Ktveu by (iraliiuu before the Senate committee is very In-terestlng. He uppnared oKteusitds on behalf of the t^irniers ilraiiKe and u part of bis exiimlnntlon as taken from the offlolal recordB rosds as follows: Bennlor Stone- Have you or your ''�'JS" "-'*""""�' *'lth Dlliei iulur esiH itKal the (iraugei for pay or f'lr compenhaiion for these services aKaIn St reeiyroiil>'.' Mr. ( -1 decline to answer that iiuestion. Seniitor Stone How uuny interests are you acceptiim pay from 'Uilside of Ihe draiiKi"'.' .Mr, firaham I decline to answer Seniiloi' Stone- .�\ip .\ou acuuHinted with .Mr. Cbesler W l.vinan? .Mr. (traham - I am .lOt; I do know him' 1 never saw him. .Senator flione- He Is sec(�iiiry and aasisUnt lo Hie presluuiil of ine Internal ional Paper company, is he noi ? Mr. Ctraliatn--1 do not know Senator Stone '.in.- ;.ou c,inferred or lalked with v our iiarinor about any cuiifereiicu tha; he luis had with .Ir. ' 1,1 man'; .Mr. Graham - 1 Chairman, whetle these ipiesilon ab Inoss. .Mr. AUpii, tJraliant's parUier also Mamiiitd and whs fo'ind lo Informal iuil that is rallier IlKhienini;. I'nrt � hanie I Have These Things Changed? d.ic yp iliink you've gol?-F'ni'h. ' appeal to you, .Mr. I liuvi' 10 iiiiswfjr '1 my prhaii' I Mont real 11 era Id i We are fieiiuenlly told Iliat things bale chiinc.ed since Sir .loliii .\. .Mac.| iloiiald favored ibe ex:ii t amount of i teclprocii.\ whic'i l.s uuu being secured! by Sir '\\'llfrid Liiiirier and opposed by .Mr. Borden. .Mr. Ilorden says today, Isee prnnun I citunenio i ihai ii Is a inuin ob,le(ttion to the compucl Ihat "If Canada pbices iiK'lf under the comnier^iiiil control of the I'niied Slates Us political independence if relalneil will be a bIimiI-ow and iioi a sulistunllal roality," Todjy till- iiop.iiaiiou of ('auudu is about oneniiiih of thai of the rniicd Si.'iies. in Ilie 1 ;irl.\' 'iiinetiei', '.vbeii Sir .lohn .Macdonald was offernijs re ciprocii.v in naiiiriil proiliicis and at Ihe same limp declaring Ihat a Hrit-siilijoci l)p wHH horn, and a UrD-subject he would die. Hie iiopulu-lion of Canada was mote like one-fifieenib of iliai of ilie 1 nlied States and I lie eidnoniii- lii(le(ieiideiKe al Hie llominioii vastly less, llian ii is jioduy. I�ld Sir .lohn A. .Mncdoiiiild :iuy I conclude irom bus- I isi, Ish Has en-\^ .1 s �IS" llioi-e preiuiiies iliiit aiiangcmeiii for le-iproi'al (rade ireit.\ at that, anil much mor� dlf �nil to wlthilraw from iliaii Ibe pn . Ill "..ucuirent loi^Ulal ion I would auxgeit j ( ompel C,ul up to ibv lue.enl He did uoi. V�t if lhluK>- 1ui\h Ethics in Visiting | The two children were iilaying In j the yaril at the home of (!onsinnce. She rememlipred the tencliing of her ]parenis, but she wished to play a certain game and Taylor decided lo play another game. "Von ought to play my game." said Taylor, "beciuise I'm your vislior and you ought to do what I want lo dc." Constance realised the truth of this ,\et sli" did not wish lo give In to her linle friend, "I.''is go over to yotir house, Taylor,' she said. Knew of Them A driPil up old polonel and a senli menial young lidy werp loifeiher watching liiP sunset. Slip inquired gushingly: "O (Colonel, don't you lov Longfellow's poems?" "Can'i say I rio,' ho replied. ".Never read iliem, in fact Consider all poetry ab.-oluiely drivel." "Hut," she persisled, "mirely you c.iii not belli adnilriiig this verNe of his out of 'The Hay Is Hone,' you kiiiiw: '.Vnd ihe niglii stiall be fillod with mipic and the cares v.hlcb ia-fpsi Ihe day idiall fold Iliclr tents lilc-the .\iahs and as silPiiily steal nwa>.' "li.N .love," lie exclaimed, "I here is iouieiblng In ilisi, I know those .Aiab beggarK they would simply stertl aiiy-lliint." Til'Hua. Big Excursion Sunday a.m., August 27th, to the ARROW LAKES, B.C. Do noi miss this, but get information at our offices regarding particulars Freeman MacLeod Co. Phone 1212 i Box 679 �������Kam The Standar -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Lethbridge Ironworks Co. Limited Iron Founders, Brass Founders, Blacksmiths, Machinists, Boiler Makers, etc. A I'lill stock of Hccvcs" Mnstor (Icar^, r.(>\'ol (r(>ars, l>iill I'iiiiotis. I iilcruicdiiitt^ (lc!i rs. (i rnir Ita i's---M in nca polls Masicr (ioiirs ami (iral(> l>ai's;-,\vcry (irate Bars- y (laiiii'ps. made siH'cially for iraciion (Mi.y:iiH' work. uan.u'os IcsIimI lio- forc stdd. a nd u'aiiji-os Ixni^'lit from iis icsl cd Irct'once a vcar. A full sloidx of Bar Iron, Stcol. Slia Itiiio'. Xms, Washers. ('n()and Set Screws, Rivets, Miuduiie Bolts, Taps. Try .Cocks, (iaii.u'e Moiini iiio-s, Water Cfdiniiiis, i�al)l)it Metal, Cotters, I'aidxin.u'. Boiler Tubes, Files, File llaiidles. ffani-iiier llaiidli^s, --^vvKiTi: I