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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETlIB'RIDGli: HERALD Friday, -Inly 7, Publlahed by Uthbrldge Herald Publlahlnj Co.. Ud., (awful ivtnlng at III Uthbrldse. Alberta, Can. W. A, Director and Editor R.p.rt.rlal. .nd I 1 Circulation Neyvr 1224 Job DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 7MF, delivered 6 montbs, delivered k moaths, "delivered 1 month, delivered .14.00 .12.00 II 00 IMS I year, by mill. uiontbi, by null S monltn. by cliaiifj'ea often'-as desired, but both new: aud old ad- dresses uiuit lie given. WEEKLY HERALD Published Wetlneida) In elcht o- more and conUlBi aiiinmary'of the nliws of Ibe anil district naogtjMi In 1 jear lo c aiontha, m inivan M Crow Drui it Book Store, a. .fi. Robert- son ic-Co.. .'lacks.nn Alexandra Hotel, Drug Stor- Young Co., B. W. Hamilton. Pinr.her D. It. M'cCrca. Bros. Drui A Book Co. Fernie. B. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT B C BwtMt ft "Xtehiaon. Relnccke. Gr.ny Tugbam. Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine UM Ixortham Vancouver, B. C. World .Wide Mows Co. ft Brown 219 4th St. Also oh'all C. P. R. Traini. Very Fooligh IT V-S ppifecth foolish to cir ciil te a report tint Pi evident Tafl had said Canadian wheat would be reduced in price if reciproc- ity was passed. while American wheat would not decrease. With the tariff bars down Canad- ian wheat would bring the same price as' American wheat because they would both be selling on ..the same market under .like conditions. If the President Imd really made the statement, the too zealous oppo- nents of reciprocity attempted, to put in his mouth, all the Americans Vould need to do to reduce the price of Canadian'wheat would -lie to give it free access to the United States, reciprocity ,or no reciprocity.. If that argument had any sense ill it the .'price of our wheat would always be. at tha mercy of American tariff makers. The Price of Wheat PRESIDENT T-VFT S frank rd mission in the presence of an American audience and with the realization (hat. his utterance) would be spread broadcast through- 'out. the land, that reciprocity would increase the price of Canadian wheat, is-the best argument reciprocity ncs had oh this side of the Hue for E.ume time. .Mr. Bordeu has been telling ihe Western farmer that reciprocity would not increase, the price paid for his wheat, though he did not. any argument to prove his conten- tion. Mr. Taft knows the Americans re- siding' in the cities, demand cheapei cost bf-; living, and his admission that, wheat wll not he reduced in price by reciprocity; is so frankly honest that] one must conclude that it is the op- inion of men .who know, or .Mr. Tuft would not :have made the statement in a large American city where the demand ia fqr cheap food. .You can not .get cheap flour and bread if wheat is not to drop in price. tion toward Dotting mines fd up. Siifforinji such as was oxperi- (Micod homesU'udorH' four years uyo should never ayah, lie With of Uio IJiiil ccl Stales fighting URiilnst reciprocity liecuutH' the Caniullan fanner sets ai the 'benefit, and- the Western Cousei members' KtnuUlllliK bur wire joiu'c-rlietwcen devil li.nil tli1 deep hlue sen, .niciiiiing the Uve "party'and I'ublle svnUauint. till rpclproollv put is blioit Lit onitg in (lie brainy-mutter .of a nwnlter of political solons on hotl aides of the line. According to the Winnipeg Trlbum Joseph Ryan, of Cranbrook, believes Hrillsli Columbia needs rociprucit. Mr. Uyan is a Tory and occupied bent on the iilmform at Mr. tloodcve'1- anti-reciprocity' 'nfeotlag at C brook. Joaoiili is-Irish, and may nhle to sot hack on the Tory hand wagon without any trouble, but he vlll.navc lo II' he attempts to argue as ainst reciprocity in the campaign to conic. a -I- "J- llno" -Applauds (Stratford Beacon.) Il is petting very common to. pnii iisli announcements of engagements in the newspapers, How would il do to make tins publk'ation obliga torv? It would attain the c-bject of 'publicity in the inftttprof marriage sought for in the Church of England in the revival of publication of the Minis in church. Good Site For Nail-Worki (Staveley. Standard.) On .Monday last QlafJones handed us a bunch of this 'year's rye that measured 4 feet in height. The soil fs so prolific in the Staveley district that_ it .isj said that you planted a ten-penny nail at night in the morning it would be a crowbar Hyet you tire! Need of Lands Title Office SUPPORT of the .Benchers J_ in Southern Alberta's ca'in- paign for a _Lands Title office at Lethbridge is mighty acceptable. The Benchers knew the need for a Land Titles office more than an> other class in the community and' ,they place theniBelyes on re- cord as-in favor of a Land Titles of- i fice their- decision should; 'fcarry weight e think the pronncnl erniiient fully, appreciates of a.Land Titles office in-the south. Need a- Daily Isaue (Regina Leader.) Say. tills is getting interosting. S. J. Donaldson, Conservative" M. L. A. for Prince Albert County, recants Kft vote in favor of reciprocity. .1. E. Bradshaw, Conservative' M. 'L. A. for Prince Albert refuses to re- cant, and sticks to -his vote like a man. The.Tory party -will.soon havo to issue a political Who's Who ,in Sas- katchewan, 'tonglr "the and dela.i titles at Calgary, and the congestion iu the office at that has frequently been'-brought to their attention: Two Land of- fices are not sufficient for this prov ince and tlie action of such an in i tiuentidlh of as the Beiicliers of Alberta ought to con- mthat the need-of another officq south- of Calgary, is not only realized in Lcthlmdge and oilier points'In Southern Alberta, but it is (representative men province. Tones at Loggerheads asked about the 01 tue duty on ngricnlturil implements. >Ir. Borden, the .Conservative "leader, made this state; mentat Estevan r would fleil with that through the '.efficient tariff comrillssiofi 'which it is' 'the Uberal-Con- EervatUes Tvlll appoint ite put ui poujer I do saj that in deal as' this we. ought ilong the lines of ascertained facts For Instance, the reduction of the taiiff on agricultural implements in 1894 dlove business fifteen to ej small industries which in It Keif rendered combines and mergers much easier T sav we must first as certain the facts T will gimautee that the} u-ill be dealt justlj Alan despatch in T r3PorLQf a held the-e bv Di facliajfuer M P sais Mr jSqhaffner addiesfeed ihe meet Hre speech was largel> a de.fepce ot his position in opposing the reciprqGitj pact Schaffner made the ttatement ;that he was prepared to vote for free binders and mowers When asked whether Mr Borden would support him jn this Mr Schaffner said Mr Borden would.' Isn t rhat a fine simple of consist ency.? farmeV-of the as divided in opinion on tariff matters as the Consenathe naitj OUR POINT OF VIEW Boost. forVthe fair. w'eedtf. JMaKe Lethbrldge u spotless town. Has (he census enumerator got you -yet? If not. get htm; pardston is getting a gravity, water system. Needless to say, Cardston has always been a dry town, Too bad tlie bag-pipes are noMn- eluded in the Twelfth of Jqly celebra- tion. They are admirable sidekick- ers for the fife and drum corps. Chin will .have a bumper crop-lliis year. It ihe name speaks for any thing, they wilt without doubt apretd the glad tidings far and wide. At '.an American millers' conven- tion at Niagara Kallst i Min neapolis miller said; "Your man Fielding .bested our- representatives every stage of the game, Can- millers, well ns Canadian farmers get tbe big end of the stlcH if the thing; goes through The Toronto Telegram sajs the Western grfln growers ale aimplj Oilti which it proof that the Telegram dbesn t know what it is talking about M limps are epidemic at Regina Bndenth tho Pile o Hones people to ghe the Dominion fair iiei torn aouicthing tangible to earn with Ihem i Borqan'B 'coOtention is thaflhc. far- ,nrem nr.c likely lo. bccorao-disloyal if Iliej git moie monej for Illelr po talncs grain etc in tho Lnitcd Staler market thin thei rlo, at pres ent Wlut do the faimeis think ab out that.'' Concerted action all tne Boiids of Trade and I tilled l-ormeis asso clalions Ihronulioilt (inada a lo a tpcedv If rnilnatlon of thp coal should induct tlw 'government (akc some ilrasllc a'f- Just a Little Love TaP (Toil fieorge B C Hcinld The of the Ashcroft Journal, an .ex-bank ,hoy didn't like tlie Herald-calling the Ash- croft "his "journal is familiarly called in the ilecrepid mangJ old rig No His little capsule brain got very busy, and he "wrote reply. .Oh, Cyril! You the budding, journalist' goes 'any further he ought to get fo the fict that whilst, the butcher, used-to; .wait-for he junk-pile in the Journal office-to ;nrn out his week's .supply; of meat dripping tht, genial piopiieton in his front street office :used lots in a .wild-cat. Tory Advocates a Duty on pough Lumber. l.Cranbrook Herald.) Mr. 'Goode'veVt the.Craiibrbok meet, ing matle a referen'ce'Vto Uhe lumber situation which appeals the Herikl to be marked b> nsiricenh qi an at tempt to obtain suppoit in i qtiditei it should not be obtained Re [erring to the of loc-ai lutij bermen that the market is nott b6iiig glutted with Amenqan bei vli floot'e s said h it should done deferring to field ind Pjlerson in their uegolia lions with the United' gluten) to insist that a dutj should bt placed on rough himhei conning in to Canada." -Will -Mr.'-'Goodeve in- form the reuder.3 e part) at Ottawa w ill support an tariff ttt impobing A on rough liuiibei conimg into Wiil he if in the three jeam he was in (he hoiiqe'J.e ever made a move in that direction hjmself? When Mr. Goodevc soys Fielding and Pater- son should have imposed a must mean, if he v.'iahes-td.hc.regard- ed as sincare. that the Conservative .party art such a dutv he saj aie' ask him to stite his in e> 'plicit terms through the columns the Herpld if he cares to This uas taken off rough lumber b (he Conservatives sevenlocn years ago, the.-Hwild helloes that rcpre sentations made :hy.the ishmiation to bo Mi paitlgs qt Otta wa to rp Impose thf dutj were unsiic oeafiful. The mischief, if .any, was done by the Conservative party, they, if returned to power, undo il? Mr. Goodevc cannot ihlrk the issue. Let him anuwcr two simple questions (1) Will he say that the Connerva- will inmosfi n dutj on Am eikan liimlit.i if ictunipd, lo powei" lit- hinmoir it1 In Die holio wlicu il Suffered From Bath Tliere "ore -'qu'drlbrs In London I which-tho nsclussness of the bath is no novel proposition. A dlstrlc nurse called at a house where there was a illBeuae. you u'Aath hi the. house? asked tho mum ivaa tile 'but thank noi-t ad lo arc it1 Penalty for Law Breaking U lieu I Known ill two or throe central office buildings bv another Into town yesterday, his old friends were am Ills head was .handapod, hh arm In a. sllns, and he was much bruised, t, UhH tho dickem. happened to itmu'lied o sMiiimhetk tile id nf, the law leplied J short' time only lots 10 .mil 11 in Block '55, on Ucmd, lot I lie pan .ilso lo otlct in ollic i pa.K nl the t ,md bclojc buying ilo not Kill to look oui listings, ,m it ceil.iiuly mean mom y in voui lo yon Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Standan lecurities -Company Real Estate and Investments FAME'S PATHWAY There ts living in Kisiiineff-a -hale intl active old'woman, Maria vbo bns jnst celebrated -her 105th ilrthdav.' born in the Be? aarabian villiige'oE Strashen in 17HS. j 5he isrti childless widow. Her sight iii tl; i hearing-'arc' still' nearly perfect, tie isc omnafatUeli active on her eet hersihen han ib abundant she las lost only -'four, teeth and has lever in her life made "the profes- ionhl accntaintancerot" a doctoi Mrs of D j wife of the secrelary of the treas i rj who his been in for left I ndiv for Boston wheit he will, ho the guest for a few days f .Mrs. Wlrl Dexter. Mrs. Victor L. Berger, wife'of the 'Ul> Socialist elet-tfd to Con gress, opposes thu fancy brand of ed- ucation served .In'.the public schools 3f the coimtrj She sius when i bo) j ir girl passes eight or nine years., in, he.graded schools, tlie parents have i right-to state has sup- a practical and complete educa inn objects lo such branches aa nature studies and higher mathe- matics needpd m ban! ing TJPS FRQM TEXAS (Dilks Vena) Whit has become of Ihe old fash oned'doctor Who cured his patients Uth a conple of pills'7 OWNERS OF f Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 And woe to him who whistles That "Home" indeed' .His claims iweru all too sure: He didn't grasp'the power Of t.hifj vacation lure: Tim old song goes in wtnter- Tlie-heart, responsive, Bv.t somehov.'i canies siimmar, The "Home Sweet-' Home" -stock slumps. t As a general thing when a girl tells a 'man she, in afraid p'f ,him, he" had oetter make hisjget-away "al piice. When a man "and wife were married a Bishop ft is not eas> to coin nice .hem that .all habies'are bofn ,fiee and equal to theirs. One of the hardest things to under stand in. this world is how a., woman 3an, live all 'her "life a .man and use a sv.e'ii Sometimes'a man is so sanguine iy nature! ho wouldn't be surprised f he .were to receive a dividend rfrom mining stock, Bven the girl who calls herself a oward is pientualij hiive. (jnough o marry a man, and go away with lim before she knows whether he nores or not, .THE DISCREDITED SONQ (Denver n 'Homp Sweet Home Described The home In town or cil> The home on distint farm But when the hills are calling, And gleams (ho ocean's foam, Then who is (here to echo The praise of homely The rooms (hat seemed so cos.V When swept the wintry breeze Now seem fco umKatuffv fniat.-> uontv at caso; So tliwl foltlerg The wanrlerlunt (o The pool too HIM SOMETHING WE CAN BOTH 'PRECMTE ;