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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Aug. PAH.V HERALH Page if We have been appointed agents for Loth- bridge and district for The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan awl has an Advisory Board in this city, so loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. and Sole THE SWING OF OPINION TOWARKJREOPROCin A Producer Shows Folly of Opposition to Pact -Southern Alberta's Divided Opposition House-Manufacturers Coming Into Line LOOK THIS UP Lots and 6, Block B; H. and C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by 138 ft, at- S950.00-TEBMS R. V. GEBONS CO. ott' CLOSING OUT PRICES The Weber-Huff Investment Co. PHONE 771. LSTTER NO. 2 Kflllor Lettibrldge Herald: it la safe to say that naturally and as Individuals, nine out ot ton men are Is, when they ..-.e anything to Bell they want the pest markets and the highest price (or ineir products; and where there is auyinmg to buy, th-ay want to buy it tne cheapest market. That In iol- lowing a. natural law, and is beyond uouDt the active and predominating principle behipd the individualism wuion. Is always self assertive. H limn Is to reach days of independence ana comfort in this lite, it will be pecause he' tikes advantage of tho oinerence lying between his selling im toe one hand and Ills -buying en tne other. The margin -both ways Is direct Interest to the individual, and cms margin Is most directly affected cy the question of markets, competi- tion, supply and demand. There is neither sentiment nor politics in the it affects the individual uuce in a while mere crops up ii me life of a nation the opportunit! ror taking a di 've step towards oeneiiulng It- it tl10 nation' people, and an untold good lor tne nation ab a whole. This op ponunlif is 'before Canada at the present time In the arrangement (no treaty) for reciprocal trade in natura products with the United States. Nev er in the lifetime of Canadians under rony years of age have they had .the cnance to form or express an opinion upon a question so Important to Cnn- FOB SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern tangatow, standing on two 63113th St. (Westminster Team arranged. Tbeji MACBETH AV A BUY THAT WILL MAKE MONEY FOR 3 Lots in Block 152, facing east North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE Sunny Side Lots We have a large number of these lots 'from up. K- is a chance to become an owner ot Eeal Estate in this city. Wflkie Kerr PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R. 4 I. Offices. NEGRO MURDERER KILLED BY PURSUERS IN SWAMP 'rort'Oftlnn, Aug. JJavli, the who shot and bill- Deputy Sheriff C. L, Fain, last night, wafi hilled in Hie swamp near Here early today after an exciting man-hunt After hiding in tho dense undergrowth over night, Davis was run into the open and refusing to fmrronder, he ahot down. tram In a drunken and was gomg to be put off at Saskatoon and nanqed over to the police. Just be- lore tne train ftaolied Saskatoon the con-aactor went arouse him and tound him dead. FOUND DEAD IN TRAIN rtcgina, Aug. comins qown-to Reglna from Prince Albert on aaturday'5 train, an unknown man, wno supposed to be ft farmer living in tne Prince Albert district, was lound dead in his In the train. ll. appears that this man got on the CONNAUGHT TOUR U. S. London, Aug. .Birmingham Post's London correspondent says the Duke of Connaught is likely to pay an official visit to the United States which is wished by both the American and Cnimdmn-governments. It is to be limited to Washington, but will in elude several great industrial centres The visit will probably take, place next February. HOB'S progress, or large in its lettrmg upon Canada's It is m occasion when the worn tracks ur politics and past political affilia- tions are beaten down, and Individual- ism lakes their place. That each In- aiviauaJ, b-3 he millionaire, inanuf-ac- mrer, workman, tradesman, farmer, rancner, land man, 'real estate man, railwayman, minister, laborer, no mat- ter wnat liis calling, must look upon mis great Question from a personal standpoint, is shown In the campaign now being waged. Tire interests wnich are thriving under a high pro- tection tariff'are out .war on one nand, fearfui lest the thin end 01 tne weoge enter into Canada's tar- ia wall; and on other hand the ugnculuirlsts are striving toward the attainment from relief from tariff ouraens, through, the wiping out of lanns and Imposts which touch the [jocKet 'book at every turn.-and which nave largely negatived his efforts In tne past and have stood In the way or material advancement. The line is very sharply and distinctly drawn. It s BO plain that "he.who runs may ;aa." Tne most insistent and outstanding reature in the movement for filling ne requests for wider mar- nets in the battleground of opposition attitude of Crying Before Being Hurt. Apprehension as to what may foi- low Liie entry of. the tariff reducing weoge is dominantly rampart behind me campaign of opposition, and it is mere against tho good Judgment of many men of sound good sense; against the judgment of ninny manti- niciurers, and it is there in monu- mental insincerity as a campaign Is- sue. Most men at heart .believe sin- cereiy that any measure which bene- iits the agriculturist benefits every other industry, and tont. if the agriculturist is prosperous and contented all isjwell right down tne believing this In heart, nave not (he sincerity of purpose to witnstand the dictates of politics and loilow the plainly indicated course. Ttie immediate value and io Canadians of the endorsement of me reciprocity agreement lies wholly m ine larger market it'will afford for Lanaciian natural products, such as inose of farming, mining, fisb'tig and inninering. Th-3 exceeding small and ummporraTit reductions the agreement manes In the tariff on manufactured gooas, makes the opposition of the a matter of wonder, and me absolute freedom the agreement gives either country to make further alterations or adjustments, leaves aman cause for complaint on the grounds of 'injustice. The real rea- sons tor opposition fo the ratification ur tn-s agreement are such that they uare Not be Openly Acknowledged. On the the agreement is do-' cldcdly In the best interests of Can- ada and as such U supported by all who havu given it the slightest study and who are untmmmalletl by selfish interests or party affiliations.' It cer- tainly behooves the people of Canada and the west particularly, who have the opportunity and fucilltleB for giv- ing the Question Intelligent and care- ful the younger men, upon whose shoulders will rest the national responsibilities clurlng'Vthe ensuing bestir themselves an-J to throw parti- sectarians! m, political catch- words and oth'er ompcy considerations to the winds, and got down to the Cation of sound economic doctrines. There arc some young men who .are avowedly oppos- ed io the fulfilment of this agreement Tor old line political reasons, who could not, on a bet, put up an argu- ment pro or con on this question from a sensible and economic stand- point, because they have not given it any study and in .fact do not know what it ia, or what, It re-ally means to this -great country -of ours, it is simply a political football to them, and they will kick it, regardless of the fact that it is loaded with good things for Canada. Study uf the ques- tion will remove ignorance, and the young man of today should fight shy of the accusation that his interest in Canada's welfare is not deep enough to lead him to study great questions as they come up, and io pads or, them as a result of .his own study and observation in intelligence and not ignorance. A Divided House Southern Alberta shows in a strik- ing way that there is of opinion on the lines of opposition and in the methods employed. All the Southern. Alberta ridings were repre- sented 'by Conservatives in the last parliament. the Conserva- tives are opposed to the slightest In- road upon the tariff wall, and oppos- ed to the ratification of t'ie recipro- city agreement as ,it is the first step towards the end. Yet what dp we 'ohn Herron, Conservative can- didate in the re- ciprocity agreement and stating that Liberal Mass Meeting AT TABER Friday, Sept. 1 SPEAKERS: HON. A. L SIFTON vw Premier of Alberta, and W. A. The Liberal Candidate See Bills for Particulars God Save the King Intyre, the 'Liberal candidate, was nominated by Mr. Maxwell, of St. .Mnry's, implement manufacturer. Howard Smith. a'nialHlfacturer of Hal ll'ax. A'. S., and a life-long Conserva- tive, spoke at the Liberal convention, and is out against .Mr. I'or- e of independence and freedom of thought among young men SPECIAL ELECTION OFFER OF HERALD Daily Herald From Now Until October 1st for 25 cents, to New Subscribers, Mailed or Delivered. To set full and fair reports of tho rnlitloii ctn- olm nnd dispassionate discussion or tin funel, as well an the latest and beet news, and world Tho Herald. (Cut out the following and send it once to "The Dally Herald" Lethbridge. Nune Street and Number........................... City or Town Province or Stato......................... Enclosed you will find Twenty-five Cents for the Dilly Herald to October 1st. 1911. si per your special offer. fiscil charges Surplus Deduct .amount trans- ferred by stramship-'rcplacemcnl ac- count contrihution to pension fund total 000. Surplus From this there has been charged a half yearly dividend on preferred stock' ol 2 per cent, paid April 1, 1011, SI, and three quarterly 'dividends on or- i...... ,imarr stock of lj per cent, paid neccmher 31st, 1010. April 1st, 1011, will come from such example. South- ern Alberta has most certainly fur- nished mi outstanding example of ut-jand .him! 3011: ter divergence of thought among the men who should be the leaders. What jtirrc has been declared Full of Yellow Gold Feels Good to Pros- pector Princo Rupert, Aug. a Docket full of sold missels the largest of which weighs 2 1-2 ounces, and is worth over Jlr. 'V. Jllmisci, better known among Cariboo mining opera- tors as Is out from'.the Car- iboo country anil will spend a week in Vancouver. The nuggets he brought along were taken from his placer claim LLOYD-GEORGE AND THE POOR London, Aug. 30. David George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, while laying the corner stone for a chapel nt Heath yesterday, appealed to Christian churches to. reach the wrong from which the masses aro suf- fering. "There are multitudes in this coun- try -who, notwithstanding grinding toll, do not earn enough to Keep body and soiil he said. "There are members of Christian churches who no vcr have misaed a delicacy, yet they became angry when another class of the population makes an effort to mod- erate their condition. "Let them t-aase believing and con- about 2f, miles iron, sidor the conditions under which fflll- wcre brou-ht along because Mr. Him- ot poor workers live. If they do like all old Placer miners, likes no. they will realize Ilie'reel of a heavy buckskin po.uou in bout miles from Bnrkcrville, ami Besides, there is a fascin- at the beautiful pro-1 ity, and remove the cause for unrest, lest the nest struggle might prove in- finitely worse." duct of nature's storehouse which Is is really wrong is that high precepts and high ideals are smothered under the-skirts of polilical exigency. In ail th-a political turmoil the farm- ers and producers are sitting back quietly and watching tbe trend of ev- ents. N'inc-tenths of tile farmers had this thing sized up about eight weeks 1311. by ,vitll mem- goltl :h lie yearly dividend or. preference stock, payable Sept. SOIIl, flit anil u fourth quarterly dividend on or- dinary slock on If per cent, payable September 30th, 1811, to- tal leaving a riot surplus for the year of In addi- Isliarcu py nis uiemisj