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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LJ.J LETHJUUDGF DAILY HEKALD Momla.v, August LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KD OKQKMnKm 1907 'ubllihetf by H.rald Publishing Co.. M.. Mproclty more thon anything else was the cause. Tile people of tho south are solid for Buchanan and re- ciprocity. What Qlhers JVimft leii who have lived In 1'iiU'd leo know (lie value of the Ameri- can market for tho Canadian farm- er. That is why the Americans in 'anaila are almost to a for red- irocity. There Is nothing Inconsistent iji the lalm that reciprocity will both give he producer higher prices and th-r onsumer lower prices. reducing lie "spread" between what the pro- ucer gets ;ind what the consumer ays, toth will profit. It would bo Illuminating If the >ry press would explain the reci- rociiy attitude of the men whose ine.vation expressions they (jnote. It vill be found that the great mapority of them are opposed to the agreement and are talking as they do not he- cause they believe whnt they say. but to try to get the Canadian people to defeat what the United States Con- gress has passed. Juat Exactly A vote for Mr. Horron Is n vote lo sustain Mr. liorden and the whole an- ti-reclproclty programme, no matter what are the platform declarations of Ihn candidate. DURING th. election campaign, W. .A. Buchanan will not be aaao- ciated with the editorial work rf Tha Herald, which will be con- ducted by other members of the staff- Congratulations are due the Mac- Icod Advertiser on account of the splendid Midsummer Number It has issued. Profusely illustrated, well Printed and filled with readable des- earapaitn sheets, in their ef-f It ts significant, however, that there criptive number is a cred- Not Follow the Leader (Grain Growers Now, Mr. Herron says he will sup- port reciprocity because his people knew it will be to their benefit. Mr. Borden says he will not support re- ciprocity If all the people In Canada were In favor of it. C. A. Magrath ot .Medicine Mat, says the same thing. A member of parliament is supposed to represent the people who elect hin and not do as ho lilies. If the lead men' in t he Conservative partv get away from the policy of then there is no reason why the res honld do so. YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS IN MACLEOD Lots 66x99, 5 blocks from Post Office and business centre and right in the heart of the best residen- tial district, for a short time onjy, at Terms, third cash, bal. 3 and 6 months. These lots will triple in value in the next year Lots in the centre of the wholesale district, on ternm These are worth right now Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Prince's Annexation Speech Canada's trade noise like fusion? with the Pacific cannibalism? Is maintain an no mention made of tho fact that'll to the publl'sh-r the town as to be holus bolus scare, are quoting reciprocity, and It. is gratifying to ss-e "ow ranch does againct it. He was merely has received very' J. torts tlOB words of Congressman Prince, of II-' llnol Have a Trial of It (Okotoks Advance.) Does Canada's trade with Japan en- danger annexation to tire East? Does Germany make a Should the trade es convert us to Canada's commerce ,-'ljiverpool protect the prairie farmer? 'Knt "I nay to our neighbors on the "le ot ralsills thc Leihbridre' business firms' have given S6t Got a corae north, bo not deceived. When we go Annexation cry to get the Canadian the number generous advertising" into a country, and get control of it, people to defeat the agreement when ronage. We tak-a It. Now let: ua see it was seen that the United States If the people of Canada believe in re- Congress would pass ft. There is no clprocity and annexation." 'He worse than a half truth. p.lt 'Out of it a man, and if you don't like "reciprocity after a trial knock it out [In a single roll call at Ottawa. rriH'B 1 ert The action of the local of the United Farmers of Alberta Is In line with the policy of that ;body. The farmers asked for reci- as the best means of reliev- "sh. Slvo to Ca- i ig the unfair conditions under which a" farmers privilege of The government .1 Which Way. for Canada? (Regina Leader.) Shall Canada take the approved Bri- Reduce the Spread IH'B THI'.NO doesn't hang to.geth- I le cost of consumption will he re- -B the unfair conditions under which 'armors tne privilege of ex- r that you should sake off three i Jcert by reciprocity lies in the fact rtey are operating. The government their products in the near- and a half, millions laiation tlat the transponation charges for has managed to'secure thc reclprocit- CSt marltef-s and and sailing as I.-.L suits them best? 'Or shall Canada jtako'the now discredited American of both Canada and the United States support if. The AVInnifred who is quite true. Tho Tory pres-j and and not at fame time lower the both will be reduced. Complaint has arrangement they asked for, and now cost of eald Hon. W. L. Mac- "0'3n loud and long that the railroads it is only right that as a body thev kenzia in a recent sucech Th-it both and the United States support it. The AVInnlirKl kenzle King, in a recent speech, lb.it ,mVG} becn Mcesslve hrmera an organized body have 'pmlma wealth by their own labor to If the tariff barriers are re- Pledged their support to W. A. Bnctl-1SCt for themselves jtr.o honest re- turns for their.toil.? government If to ?rHMl methods and examples is to he counted in this cam- paisn, it is th-3 men ;who would pro- vent Canadians selling where they please, and buying what they want who are the real traitors to British tradition. For a Joke" platform have been clamoring for In- ducsd ther-s will naturally be compe- Ilnan, the reciprocity candidate, formation aa to.how it is. possible to titlon for the transportation of the Porting the reciprocity increase the price of produce for the commodities that will pass between is their hope. producer and at the same time .reduce the countries. It is easy to see where I the' cost oMlvfng for the consumer. Doth the producer and the consumjr' limits to which the opponents The statement .made by Mr. King 1V'U gain. The former will have less of reciprocity will go in their opposi- has teen given them time and again the ultimate market price taken tlon to the pact, was well illustrated as .one part of'the answer. The pro- or'" for freight, while the latter will the other day In the case of Dr. Mov- ple accept it.as right, 'although the ioss to the producer's er' the Liberal candidate in South Tory press and platform, blinded by fst on account of transportation. Waterloo. Dr. Moyer was a partner In partisanship, profejs they cannot see j These are only two of the manv "le Pl'e3ton ll-atal Shingle and'Siding it jways in which 'reciprocity will en- of which the chief stock- Another. way in which the spread able the producer to get more and the is a L'onservatlvo. He told fcetween the cost of production and consumer pay less. ployer that, if he came out as a 'proclty candidate he would "have to i An Economic'Suggestion 1 pi t isevtr his connection with th-a bu-ji- i Tightwad is the ronacal riot Dr. Moyer, however, showed meanest man I'vo ever encountered PERSON OH PARTY that In the Election Campaign, tlle 0{ wnlch reciprocity caneli-1 lias he done? -oops to UES an appeal of I know yon will be glad to use are made, and refused to be co-! engaged to Tilly Til- tional prejudice or passion as the signed artlcle-j by him that will Ha is today the winning Lib- ton. yon know. It appears that he t moans io a political end is worlhy .come to you. eral candidate for his constituency. picked 'ip a ring at a bargain sale, of eaniure and contempt.- The' 'Mr' lias written ten and had the nerve lo offer it as an' election campaign has not Specials under most T1'e. Plncher Creek Echo devotes a engagement ring. It was too small titles: and, .under his nora de plume f deal -editorial space to the 'or her finger, what do yon suppose nithv J people and papers for he suggested? The- Standard Securities ------Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF i Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 i It isn't difficult to induce (be oilier Paris Louvre was originally a royal follow to compromise when ho reallz- j residence in tho reign of Dagobert, In cs that you have got the best of it. 'C2S. ANY ato Misa Elklna, who tomobilfl tour nf Eui at Vichy present election campaign has not been without features of this sort, of John _ Reciprocity was no sooner announced tides of opollsts 0 o e rords each, tin- erroneous statements regard-; What? general heading "Points Ah- conditions in that part of! she diet until she rt, ..r v efl out tte Deal." Mr. Hawkes will ad- country. we can assure the peo- could get it Courier- the Canadian National pre- dress at least one meeting a day fcr of the Pincter district that Loth- Journal 1 1 series of newt 'f tee "Through Ontari; if ani" .IUUMI7 an organhation for the fur- i ,c reBt of ihc carapaigjl a'nd therance of Canada's national great.- promised to writ iiess: but, as its suosequent actions i ories, entitled proved. It and I. only an anti-re- with th hears nothing hut tile kip.flli- towards 'their district, J ronar slpicments are made Presumption Rebuked Samuel Rogers, the versatile wit, the latter. Then a certain Mr. Arthur Hawkes loomed up with a proposal to organize a Canada-BriMsh association, supposed to 'be for the purport of having Brit- ishers aaslil one another In tnis coun- hand methods used in Ontario are lie-1 'Quoth the Toronto News: "Reci- r. certain occasion a recent poem irv and to use means to increase thc Ing adopted. In Alberta. Those pam- rflc'ty is to do great things for the Victor lingo's was under discussion 1 British spirit in Canada. .Mr. Hawkc-j Phlets mentioned1 In Cochrane'a let- '-.iiadlan hog-raleer. according to the and a fledgling poet, who was a acion publisher a weekly paper called "The tsrs .ire being used by the Tory party Liberals. Thcir argument runs that of r, nobte house, drawled- Brltlih News of Canada." Both his 'n tills city and district. The Can- tne Canadian farmer will able to "I have just written n poem on the paper and the organization he father- "dian National League is only a Tory BeU in the United States mar- same subject. Hugo and I row In tlle ed, look innocent enough, but in real- organization, In spite of the fact thai whenever the prices there same boat, you know." Hy they are both only underhand 2. A. Lash, K. C., a millionaire, form- Pen to be higher than in Canada; and "Yes. yes." said Jerri means of making appeals to the Brit- er Liberal, who hates reciprocity is Ish-born of this country for the beno- the president. The man Hawkes Is Jit of the Conservative party. If the paid servant of the Torv party anyone ever had any doubts as to Mr. P'ld to inflame the passions" of the Hawkes, his paper, and his organlza- i Hritrah-horn ,against a measure of this ammunition as widely used as nlade men from their district to fluent guesls was Douglas Jerrolcl fa- pssible. Yours faithfully, fat given tile -statement recently com mous as dramatist, satirist and ono i p. COCHRANE Plained of. That surely was suffici or the "fixed" stars of Punch The Herald given prominence lo i His improptus and' retorts'wore a this matter because the same brilliant and sudden'as lightning Oi with a lhat all 'the while the Canadian mar- withering aneer, "but not with the, ket will be preserved for the Canadian same York Evening farmer. As a matter of fact, thi-3 is Mail. tion being other than hired tools in which their common sense and bus: the hands of tlle Tory party, the fol- acumen approve. lowing circular letter which was sent to the editors of Conservative papers In Ontario, will dispel the doubts. This is the letter sont out bearing the signature of Hon. Frank Cochrane, Minister of Lands, Forests and .Mines in tho Ontario government: August 16, 1511. 'The Editor: Dear am glad to tell you that we ara fortunate enough to have the aid of the pen of Mr. Arthur The Britinh-born are, therefore, warned these "Illuminating pamphlets." They are simply Tory campaign Iltentiire, Of the lowest type, which appeals to racial feeling land passion, setting one people aj- alnst another, breeding- unseemly hat- red, rivalry and mistrust, blinding the reason and upsetting the judgment. The man who writes such stuff and the man who circulates II Is an enemy lo his country und fellow-citizens. Tote for Buobuntn. There ia no renton reciprocity will flood to think that the Canadian market with American goodn. If It docs It will be proof Unit tho Canad- tan consumer has been paying loo much all along. A vote for Buchnnan l> one to let the farmer have the chance he asked for. School Supplies for Opening Day For all Blank Books, Slates, Pencils, and Requirements of Any Kind go to Red Cross Dmf and Book Co.. ltd. T. H. McCNEADV, Munlltr, lit. ;