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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Saturday, Aiip. 1011 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KATAWi.lHHKB OKOICMMKH TOO? by tht CubHjhlnj Co., U4-, Mi office, tlilti Lithbrlrigt, AlMrti, Gin. W.- A. Miniglnf Mittr. PHONE: ___ PHON8: Gdltorlil. j I Rtportcrim, vet Magralhf Schaffner, CRmp- lcit _do and ihe other Weatarn members who promised The. annexation ghost is disappear- farmers' delegation that thev IHK before the dayllghi of cducntioiit support reciprocity, have not Canadian man, explained why they swiched so snd- Buchanan stands for a larger mar- H; Jiaprath stands for irJtet.. Whi conimon sense and Hond. denly and completely. EXCURSION Sunday a.m.. August 27th, to the ARROW LAKES, B.C. Do 'not miss this, but get information at our offices regarding particulars Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Sir .rolm A. Macdoimld's last great The Calgary Herald upholds- R. B. figlit was for reciprocity. Will his old Bennet in- contention recip- diue supporters go back on him? jrociiy will'min the in Alberta and In ihe same issue publish- es the Hiiiiouncemeiu that a i million dollar packing plant'is being estabHsh- ed in Calgary. Its facts belie ita op- inions. Thousands of them will refuse to fol- their present renegade fenders. As yet no joint meeting in the in- terests of Magraih and Herroti has been arranged. Monarch or Cm- could win fume by bringing Hbout. The farmers of Canada united demand reciprocity and now that is offered them, they are going lo re ing for the binding- together of the nain united to fight for it. :-t is units of the Anglo-Saxon race, great hheir battle and they are in it to win, power for the promotion of the peace Keciprocity is in Ihe interests of majority. it lAurier says lie is willing: to lay aside Hie onerous duties of public, life !f the people of Canada say so. to j Btit the election returns will show that they are overwhelmingly against having any.'snch calamity befall the country. Latirier will win and the elec- tors of this constituency will keep him by returning Buchanan with a big then fhink. A Successful Exhibition J. i FAIR IS OVKR and has been I away united in making exhibits that. great success. The predic- tions that were made concern- ing it hns'been more than fulfilled and the exhibition goes down In history as belns by far tiie greatest up 10 the present time. TO begin with, the new grounds secured by the city and i lie agricultural society have proved Ideal and the choice of grounds is fuijy -Then the action of Their Usual inconsistency i Brentford Expositor) The Conservative press ought' to make some 'approach to cpnsisteticy. What is the use, for instance, of claim- ing credit for Mr. Borden for securing ihe dissolution, of parliament on the reciprocity Issue, and at the same ne asserting that the life of parlia- ment was cut short to avoid an hives- other things it is-provided that "th conditions hereby granted to th Fnited Stales shall extend to Ui United Kingdom, and the Severn! Bri- tish Colonies and possessions with res- spect to their commerce with Can- ada; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall be held to in- crease any rate, of duty now provided for in the British preferential tariff." Crime Against Canada's Nationhood (Toronto Globe.) U will not do for .Mr. Borden and his newspaper allies to try to evade ihe authorities in erecting such of no siiiill account. did buildings has met with full, ap- proval. The main building is noi only beautiful to look at oittaide but JB commodious anfl convenient in- side. There is no better exhibition building in Canada. The grandstand has also received universal commen- dation mid is a model for this class of building. The stables nnd all other buildings have also received the approval of those concerned. The erection of rjiese buildings Is the ful- fillment, of a far sighted policy on the part of the directors. Tho people not only of this city and district hut also of places far place the I-eihbridge fair in the fore- most of .A. fair that at- tracts horses from Saskatchewan .and Northern Alberta, cattle from auch widely separated points as Rraniptou Out., where 0. H. Bull's fine .Jerseys canto from and Xew C., where the Colony Farm HOI.TI.CHIC> i i have tlieir home and'poultry from obstruction to prevent a vote "01 afford to talk loftily about loyalty! on reciprocity, aiid it is useless to I io Britain on platforms in On'tario) ask the country to anything allies in Quebec, with hJ3 else. As for the so-called scandals, and consent, are doing their The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments libation of scandals reflecting'on the j responsibility; for Mr. Bouraasa and his Government.? Parliament would have {campaign, in Qijelwc. Calling Bouras lister "B !ru" 'ts course the Conservatives Sa a liberal does' not justify the Bour- not resorted to a system of or- Mssa-Borden alliance. Air. Borden can-' L OWNERS OF or mngs Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 tario -and Saskatchewan, must be one It would take long to comment on the many favorable aspects of the lir'sf- experience bus shown that the I treasonable inmost to inflame th fiiir, of the district exhibits, the in dividual farmers' displays, tht gener oiis patronage by the people from an extensive area and many others. Of course, there were many ihings that might have been improved but ihe first attempt at such a large under- taking shows up unforseen difficul- ties that can be provided for next Altogether the directors, the mem- icrs anil the general public are to he congratulated on the great success of the Letlibridge exhibition of Ifill. great majority of them are common everyday slanders. A Great Opportunity THE FARM BBS OF Canada want the higher priced paid in tbe United States and their market more than doubled for cattle, Do the mining men of Canada wish to. secure the better market provided iu the United States for their salt, as- talc, .mica, and feldspar? horses and -mules, awine, sheep andTllere is no other way to get free en- lanibs, poultry, wh'cat, rye, oats, into market except by the ley. beans, potatoes corn, onions, ap- .sdoptton of the reciprocity agreement. Do Uie millions of consumers in Canada want cheaper food hy having the duties reduced on meats, fresh or refrigerated; .baron and hams; beef. pies pears, peaches, grapes, butter, cheese, fresh milk, fresh cream, eggs hay, and straw? They can get it by having the reciprocity agreement :uj- Do the fishermen of the Maritime provinces and British Coulmltin want free access to their natural market, which Is In ihe Fniierl States nnd the Higher prices than they can get. there for their mackerel, herrtnirs, halibut, snlmon, cod, oysters, lobsters? If so they can secure it by voting for the reciprocity agreement. Do the lumbermen of Canada wish to gain by securing free admission to the United States markets for tht; Mr. For Grsat Britain, Too. (Medicine Hat News.) Buchanan, the liberal candi- mimfs of the that very imperial ideal which" Mr Borden extolls. It is rank hypocrfsv to shout for a greater navy in Kng-; j lish-speaking constituencies -nnd at i F'Tench-Canad- date puts forward tbe issue of reci procity as j .Inn-s to denounce all naval defence. forward tbe issue of reci- that upon which his elBC-l borden tbinfe political make progress by ruoning with Or- -ith invge the market for Canadian pro- ducts, lint one which -will turn the uneven balance of trade in the di- rection of better adjustment. Not only so, but Mr. Buchanan is in fa- cannot maintain what uampnoll, of. Xorih Bruce, calls TUiK is indeed most serious inesiion for the leader of the Con- servatives t0 face. K-ciprocity wii] opposition, but the uniting of the and creeds of Canada into a vor of n general reduction in the tar-1 ff. so that Uie system of national tax- ation will bear less heavily upon the Kjople of this western country; and in mill larmony with this low tariff policy, [can be ,lc Mr. Buchannn Is decidedly in favor oHsignificant politic-1 maintflininff the British preference and [given to -separatists ami" f conserving to Great. Britain the llourassa Lethbridge Ironworks Go. Limited Iron Founders, Brass Founders, Black- smiths, Machinists, Boiler Makers, etc. and pork- canned, meais and Canadian market, poultry; lard; tomatoes anil oilier whea't 'flour .and oatmeal prepared cereal food, -bran, middlings and other macaroni Vermicelli; biscuits and cakes, wafera, canned .fruits; agricultural im- plements, stones; clocks and watches; canoes and mojor vehicles? The only- way to secure Ibis reduction, on these very ncces- i sary articles is hy voting; for recip- rocity agreement in sufficient num- which she now holds in his WIN .Mr. Borden be obedient' lo own better Intelligence or will IIP! In this respect it is well to remain- surrender to the political exploiters her that in the .legislation brought already have-betrayed him Hlmiat ward by Mr. Fielding in connection his own undoing? bers to return the Liberal rty io I following standard Tim-Lower Jn order that the pact may be her. hewn, sided or squared. Hawed into effect boards; planks; deals; paving posts; There IB not a voter in railroad ties and poles; wooden siaves pickets nnd palings? If the only vay to get it is to see that the recip- rocity agreement, is adopted. is interested in aomo of the above fea- tures of the reciprocity agreement for their own sakes ft. is their