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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. Atiifuftt j. ;i_______________________ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PuraS Benefits Of Reciprocity, Absurdity Of Opposition Arguments Made Plain Ing Inws for the good of large of laboring people In that country, and Hint tho manses there hull him us a, (o their country. (Cheurs.) And yut, In tho raoa of this tho UiilonlaL did flverything In its nowor to nun-out the legislation, Ktallr.g Unit ear go's measures spoK ruin to tho country. Tho same thing applies here. Tho Liberal party lias advanced this re- ciprocity agreement believing it to be In the best interests of the farm- ers, tlio iiiechuiilu. tho miner, and those others of our population which form tho tergo percentage of the peo- ple. But tho Conservative party, tho jiarty of the nionlcd classes and tho Interests, oppose the legislation with the Hamo cry, adding to it the dis- loyalty cry against the champions of the movement. I bellave that there No More Loyal People In England than the common people They, aro Just as loyal as the arts tocracy.. Lloyd-George and the Lib ernlB, there have rtoue much for the country! Do not be misled by thi, Hut pact was raised several duyn af ter tlm bill was broiifiht Into tin Hoiiuu. No reii'souy worthy of thur own market of Mr. Sharpe in ills address also point ed out that the average prices foi cattle on the Winnipeg market was t.Tii cents per hundred, while at the same time on the 'Chicago market the price was (j.27 cents per hundred pounds, and pleaded the cause of the Janaclian farmer, asking thtit some hing be done to give him the benefit those better markets. I have tried to point-out to you a ow of reasons why you should upport reciprocity. Vwill ho frack the city for another meeting in u few weeks, and until that time I leave the in your hands. Hear both sides of the controversy, and I am sure that if you do so, you cannot help hut cast your vote for reciprocity on Sept. 21, WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCuredbyLydiaE.Pinkr ham's Vegetable Compound ISJwnod, "Your remedies huyA cured me mul I only taken six bottles of Lylia E IMnsOuim's ble Compound. 1 uis sic It three months and could not walk. 1 suf- fered all the time. The doctors sntd I upuld not get well without MI opera- tion, for 1 could hardly stand the pains m my especially right one, and down my __ right leg. 1 began to feel better when I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept on as I was afraid to stop too i( ra SADFE MULLEN, 2728 K. B. St., J31- wood, Ind. Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing throe- fourths of the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound For thirty years it has been the standard remedy for female ills, and ms cured thousands of women who iavo been troubled with such ail- ments as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregulari- ties, periodic pains, backache, iadiges- and nervous prostration. If you have the MiffUtest doubt J3. Pirikham's ablft Coin pound will help you, write tv Mrs. Plnklmm at Lynn, M.i as., for advice. Your letter will be absolutely confidential, and the advice free. Premier Slfton Speaks In one of the most, pleasing and elo- quent addressee ever made to a Leth- bridge audience, the Hon. A. L. Slf- premier of Alberta, thon placed Defore tho electors of this city his reasons for supporting the reciprocity agreement -as. advanced -hy the Laur- ier government. His address was a masterly presentation of the fiubject, and I-aft no doubt in the minda.of any- one in the large and attentive aii-d- lence as to his reasons for believing the legislation to he for tho Kood the Dominion of Canada. His scath- ing denunciation of the disloyalty cry ralBed by the Conservative party in connection with the issue was one of the eutslanding features of his speech, leaving their annexation scare with- out a leg lo stand upon. His address throughout marked him as an orator of tho first water, and aa n statesman who has at all times the wolf n re of the Kmjiire and of the peoulo at a rt. "After listening to the nddresa of ;Mr. he began, "I feel cer- that it would afford much constituency, receiving the encourage- neht" which Is sure io greet him on evory hand as he travels about among be people. And I am pleased to be iere tonighf, lo .you why I am in avor of the agreement as negotiated by Sir Wilfrid Laurier and lis government, pleased, I might say, n spite of the Criticism of the Newipapsrs lint. I am degrading the high office of iremier of thfe province in coming1 mt on a public platform, and there tating my own reasons for support- ng this measure. Apparently H is ill right for the premier of British 'olwnbia, or Manitoba or-Ontario to take the platform in opposition to the measure, but for a Liberal pre- mier, they say it is treason, and their only reason seems to ha that the legislation was advanced by, the Lib- eral government of Canada. "You don't need to be told that for forty years reciprocity has been want- ed by the people of Uiese prairie pro- vinces. The movement "Cor .freer trade with the United State's has al- ways been one of the matters Agitated by the People of Western Canada. Some of you may possibly remember when the p-aople of the west forced the government to remove from ttie charter th-e F. .H. that clause preventing that company from building lines to the United States. The people in those clays wanted access to the American markets, and they still want it, H doesn't make any difference about .ilia price of wheat or cattle. This mat- ter is simply a. question of the peopta wanting access to the best, market they can get. for their produce, her the pric-as are higher here one week than over there, or higher there the next week than here. It is not question which requires the nrgn- nents of newspapers, though some newspaper men are remarkably in- telligent. (Cheers.) H Isn't a matter of the price of cattle being 6 cents on, the Chicago market one day white on the same ttoodod wljh Am orlcan stock, and our fanners ruined result of reciprocity. "In conversation with Mr. George Lane of I think that you will with me that Mr. Lane seems to be fairly nhte to look uftei hit! own boit he informer me ibat A careful search nf the Chi- cago covering a Ptrlod of Ten Yean (1 tlio fact that It he had sold nil hl-s cattle on the Chicago market (Hiring thotio ten yearn lie would havo received 1200.000 more for the cattle that he sold during that lime. These, KGiUlomon, are facts presented by men who are acquainted with facts. "piil uiiisliiv of the question ol pro lite, reciprocity mean The Building Up of this country by giving larger to the people. W-j hear a lot from the Conservatives about the home markets. But with- out immigration to this country It would stand still -and eventually be- gin to recede. Hecipi'ocity will brini: people hero who will raise hundreds or thousands of bushels of wheat and barley, and innumerable head of cat- tle, 'when we (jot tho population there will be-a wonderful Increase In nur natural products which form the staple industries BO fur. The products of most importance in this province are our grain, our cattle and our coke, and for the first time in the history of the West they are being made free to the I j nit-ad States. .Many dt you have travelled through the large smelters in the States to the smith'of These ara the ono market (or the ami coke of Al- berta and eastern n. C. They need our coKe -because it is close to them, saving immense transportation char- ges. Increase the demand for these commodities hy giving them free ac- cess to the markets whore they are In demand, and you Increase the out-: put from our own mines. Yon in- RHEUMATISM NOW IN PERFECT HEALTH THANKS TO "FBUIT-A-TIVES" VAXCOUVKK, B.C., Feb. ist. 1910. "I lui'wcll acquainted with a man, known to thousands Vancouver, Yictorinaml New Westminster, who for nearly year was practically t cripple from Rheumatism. WM so troubled with the lie found it difficult lo even turn over bed. His heart appeared so weak thai he could hardly walk up stairs. Last June, 'ho received a sample of lie used them and dates Ins recovery from that time. To-day, there is no in Vancouver tnjoyitig belter health. He was building a hoiuc this fall and done in the case shingled a good part of the roof in n driving rain, without suffering any bid JOHN B. LACY. Mr. E. E. Mills, (assistant postmaster tit Kuowlton, also writes: "I honestly believe that "I'niit-a-tives" is Hie greatest Rheumatism cure in the Try it yourself. 500. a box, 6 for trial size, 250, Limited, fitil-3d to state that the Lacoinbe price was for fancy cattle from the HJxperimeutal Farm there which P- Hnrns was bound to have at any cost over his competitors, Gallagher and Hull, of Edmonton. It. i-3 not so much a question of the fluctuation of rhc prlce-3 on th-e different markets, day Troubles Will Vanish like mist before sunshine, if you use one of EDDY'S WASH BOARDS The Boards with the labor-saving crimp, Eddy'i Waih are S'.'img, Solid, .Durable nnd with a crimp In (he Zinc In on you and your clofhes, The E. B. Eddy Inslit en letting the following Co., Limited 2 ln 3 Globe, and Eddy." At An Grocers. pleasure to be with you when he re- dav- Those fluctuations happen turns to your city in the course of i On market, in every country, a couple'of weeks to address you' Uo that people would again after ho hap covered this large shln lhoir to Chicago if it did f not, pay'thorn? They ars not forced to do BO. They do it only because they aval! themselves of the higher prices afforded in doing so. ".Many ol" you here r-amernber wl there were well beaten paths across the line caused by the American farm- ers driving thoir horses across to aell on the Canadian market. Why they not shipping horses in here now as they did years ago, with hor- ses at their present high prices aa the Conservatives state? Became the horses arc not there? No, sir, that is not th-3 reason. A horseman told me in Medicine Hat the other day that he had driven across the line with a team. He wag offered ?450 there for th-a tea7n, but refused to sell, lest he should got into trouble with the customs man. said the man, 'I couldn't get for that leam Another horseman told live th-n he had attended s.ilos of norFCB for a weelt at St. Louis where hnraes were selling regularly for J150 which not bring on this side ot the Hue. That would hardly crease, then, the number' of mine; giving A Home Market at our doors, which Is second none in the world. The Valley Jo tho north, and the Crow Neat Pass Just west of us will the become, f continuous village of ml crs, and let hie say that every add lionai man that goes there, helps I build up the cities of the plain-s, Let! and Edmonton an the other progressive centres of thes prairie provinces. The ilistributio points for these greai mining district are tho cities of the plains. Thus yo who may -be removed from the mlnin regions get the benefit, of the creaaed market for the products o the mines, "And increased population mear ...i Increase in your railway .accon You have now three trans ntinental railway's' where but a years ago you had but one. In pass jng I wish to support the railway pa icy of Sir Wilfrid Laurier which ha Been instruuieimil in bringing a.hou to a great extent thu present prospp.i ty of the Canadian people. Wit! four increased population you wil lave a larger amount of credit will which to build more roads, so tha the time may soon come when ever: man In this western country will hav. i 'railway station Close to His Door. Mils agreement is working for tin ipbnilding of a larger and a hett-e Janada, and no man who carefull. veighs the matter can think other vise: Remember also that, the Llbera goverunie'it did "not need to go ti the people for two years The; could have continued in office foi that time without asking the consen of the people. But they have pu forward this they have stak ed their reputations upon It. and I asl you, ladies and gentlemen, because they hav-a lefr this agreement, which they believe to lie to your benefit, In your hands, because we Jmve wha the prairie farmers as hart for in (heir large deputation to Ottawa, to shou your appreciation of their straight- forward course, and support the reci- procity measure. This is your only chance, -and T ask you to go early on tho morning of Sept. 21 and record your vote for tho Liberal candidate supporting reciprocal trade with tho United Slates. "Reciprocity has for a long time been one of tha aims of the party of Canada. Thoy believe it lo be for the future prosperity of the country. In their enormous Liberal convention held in the city of Ottawa in ISO" il- was made ono of the planks of their platform, and ever since thej have been working to this end. 1 therefore support tho Liberal party of this country, for whm it has done for building UP a Widor for the country, for its progressive railway policy, and for its loyalty to the Empire of which we form a part. Loyalty and Railways It may be a surprise to some of our Conservative friends who nre fearful that the reciprocity agreement will kill the east -and west traffic of our railways, and who intimate that tho railways are opposing the pact for this reason, to know that the rail- ways of Canada are seemingly not op- pc-jed to carrying on business with the United States. In fact. I think a MUle careful study of a railway map will reveal to them that the three great Canadian railway systems of own enough mileage in the Untied Stains to build another trans- continental railway in Canndu. And this mileage was built with money oh- mined on ereult. of ihi: people of .Some of them may have Heard of the Soo-Sjpokaue elllng between St. Paul and Spokane, and passing for the moat part of Its ourney through Canadian territory, or of the Grand Trunk, owned English capitalists, who on beginning -ailway construction on this contin- ent, constructed unions their first inec, a branch to Chit-ago, this even before they ever offered to 'build a Ine into the Canadian west. They also built a branch to Portland, Me., before they ever thought of building u transcontinental road. This latter step was taken only aftpr the Laurier government had practically paid for the buiklin'g'of the road: And the f. N. R., the third transcontinental rail- way In this country, lias holdings in the United States. "AVonderful, Is it not, how these great companies with their ?reat men such 23 ilr, Shaughnessy and Mr. Sin Utters us presidents, can do such an immense business with and In the United States without making their presidents disloyal to their country? J3ut the farmers of Canada cannot do I'ive dollars worth of business with the Americans without being Charged With Disloynlty. "The president of tho Bank of Com- merce, and presidents of other large financial concerns in this country tell the p-aople to vote against'the gov- ernment in this iE-siic. But the mon- ey of the' Bank of Commerce moved three-fourths of the American cotton crop last year, good'Canadian money it was too. They do business in a way most yroliiubie to the bvmUs, and their- loyalty is not affected. Only the Farmers evidently are affected by with the people to the south of us. As soon a-3 they en- deavor to take advantage of the same proffered opportunities, they are charged with disloyalty to their country, and with courting annexa- tion to United "States. The large and wealthy manufacturers of the country are get.n'ng government aid n establishing; new market8 in other countries of the world'for their goods, people of tho self-governing colony of Canada were glad Iu time of, strew UTbnck up tho Mother Country In her tllfflcultfei. wan glad also to tell tlitin that Canada was sealed by "a of who didn't wont spec- ial trade privileges, but tluU they dhl want what wag put forward In tho reciprocity Initiie, because it meant Equal Rights For All. it means thf motit good 'for the most people, not .tho up of a wealthy class ut the expense of masses of the people. "And another reason v.-hy I want you to vote for the Laurier govern- ment on Sept. 21 that Lanrlor Is the first premier who has that It was right to place tho prairie pro- t'ineea on I he same fooling as their natural resources as ths oldei provinces. This was refused by Si .John A. Mncdotiald to the pro vine- of Manitoba, but Sir Wilfrid Laurier has seen that it is one of the rights of the provinces, and ho has lately Slvon promise that this would bo Saskatchewan and Alberta in the immediate future. And though the immediate result of this legislation may not be seen> the people of these provinces will in time come to learn the Inestimable benefit to ho derived from the control of our own resources, for with our increased population and our increased credit, we will bo enabled to develop these resources till Albert: viil become one ot (lie brightest spctvi in Ibis great country of ours, And 1 may say that the granting of this right of the pro- vinces is No Election Subterfuge on the parl of the premier, but is simply the working out of a policy which he has seen to be in tho best interests of this part of the Dominion, "in closing lot me say that I believe that reciprocity is In the best inter- of the where young people can receive a' thorough buBinesrt training. Shorthand, typewriting, book-' keeping, commercial Ittw, etc. IB In BcBBtion twelve t in the year. No amlnatloun. Board and room at very reaBontiblo rates. We secure pooltloiti for our stu- dent 5. Our new beautifully. Illustrated catalogue tent free upon rcqueut.' Write for it NOW. II. C. BLAIR PRINCIPAL 1ST MADISON, SPOKANE HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Under the direction of the lers of tho Holy Names of JCIUB and Mary. First Class Boarding and Day School. Primary and Grammar GrarieB. Stats Accredited High School. Advanced Normal Course of Two Years accredited by the Stato of Washington. State Ulplomns conferred. Mu- sic and Art Studio. Write to Sitter Superior for Book, Spokant, FRANK OLIVER UN- ANIMOUS CHOICE (Continued 'rom Front satisfied will be seized and used to the fullest Advantage, and it Js the only answer that can he givei to the rate of Alberta. Loyalty conBists In 'calnpaign Uial ls a rcncction upon the building up your own district, and no one win cnst upon you the stigma of disloyalty if by passing this measure, yon endeavor to bniiu up bere a city of J Instead of and help citizens and city of Edmonton, great deal more, than it is a tiqn upon myself." While waiting for reports of ''eora- makc Alberta a strong'and pros-1 n.ittces earlier in the convention porous province of people In- etead of And by casting your vote on Sept. 21 for reciprocity speeches were made by J. T. Cote, W. McKcnncy, anil J. A. McUoitgull, members of t nnd the Uberal candidate, w. A. Da- 1 lncai legislature stanley ulinnnn vnii will ,hn vnnr cliuva ctianan, yon will 'be doing your share to this end." The singing of "pod Knve the King" and three rousing cheers for Kir Wilfrid Laurier and W, A. Bu chanan brought to a close one of the Cftlgary, and others also apow Mr. Clones cxprf-ssed pride at the magni- ficent gathering of Liberals and spokt at some length of the work that Mr. Oliver had done for Edmonton. most successful meetings ever held fiemng to the McCiilliciiddy charges Lethbrldgo, or indeed, anywhere j lie said that the people of Calgary' in Alberta. RUTHERFORD FINALLY QUIT ind the.E-3 new markets are featured in their annual reports to the direct.-' ors. It is all right for them to-do .lip.se tilings, but when the fanners and the cattlemen and the miners do exactly the same tiling it is outrag- only BecauB: the Liberal Government Ktvnneed the measure. "While in London this summer I lad the pleasure of attending n meet- ng of men who were really anxious o inform themselv-as on the reeipri, :ity question. Several oC the promin- Conservative members who were tho Coronation had causs-d hem some anxiety by slating that he reciprocity uact in Canada 'was. lalvlng for annexation io the United j knew Mr. Oliver and respected him. They also know-'McGilHcuddv The nomination of Mr Other was moved hy W. T. Henry of the firm oi j.Blowcy it Henry, Edmonton, second- led by Frank Smith, --Spiuce The mptjoii wns greeted with greeted with prolonged demonstration of ap- pro vol. Resolutions of .approval of 'Sir'Wil- frid Laurier and continued faith in the integrity of the minister were also passed ,AL the close of the convention ;the; delegates formed in procession four Edmonton, deep, extending for several blocks am! marched to the King Hotel A. C. Rutherford, who was nominated several weeks ago by a section of the Edmonton Liberals, has 'retired. To- j wllftrt) 'lho is staying There lie again addressed the assembled crowd, .speaking from the halconv The proceedings of today are prob- ably the greatest tubute paid to Eir- jn minister, and an emphatic an- monton electoral district, and JIB theUwcr to HIP of sjand.er and blackmail that aas day he gave out the following state- ment: "To the Liberals of the ,Edmonton Electoral District; "Owing to Ihree candidates being In the field for reciprocity paramount hro.ughout Canada in tiro election, I iiave decided lo retire from the con- test. 1 am grateful to the Liberals :or their nomination at n regularly con- sliiiiteH convention and for many assurances of support from all parts of the district. .Signed) "A. C. RUTHERFORD." RESCUED FROM LYNCHING BY MOB IN FRANCE Lisle, France, Aug. move- ment, against the high price of.iood continued to spread during the day. It extended over the frontier nr.d in- colved villages in South many plnces the movement ior- :'cd into serious riots. At Billy, Moh- lates, and the disintegration of the ligny, a mob attacked a baker Jmpire. But T was fell them hired a revolver and seriously wound- ed a young man, whereupon es- tablishment was sacked. Hefiil'o'ca- uients of gendarmes arrived only in tie of Canada to give the j time to rescu-a the b.iker from brnigj Jrit.ish manufacturers n preference, lynched.. The reudarines were i.adly j nd s'ad to tell them that the good j hurt hy bricks. hat the loyalty of the people of Crtn- was not a, matter of a financial, act; glad to teil thorn dv.it the pen- conducted against him. PROMINENT SAIL FROM LIVERPOOL London, Aug. the .fol- lowing Canadians loft BiiBton station by the boat train for. Liverpool, en route for Canada by the Britain: Lord and Lady Hindiip, and Albion Richardson, V "p. BIG PRICE FOR CRANBROOK RANCH (Special to the Uranbropk, Aug. well known E..C., Smith ranch at Marsville, near. Cranbroob, hHs just been Bold for.aeventy- five thousand dollars. Reel- proclty Is evidently na hardships here Large, light, deliciously flavored loaves-more loaves and to the sack than from any other flour. The housewife who uses ROBIN HOOD Pour Knows this, and will use no other. A money-back in cvcjv MCJL ROBIN HOOD FLOUR ;