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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lelhbridge, Alberta. Tuesday, July 23, Number TAFT ASKS THE SENATE TO REPEAL RECIPROCITY It Cost him Farmers' Vote Especially in the West POLITICAL MOVE -WANT DUTY ON PUT TIN Feeling; is That Canada Would be Greatest Benefactor Washington, .July .Taft now repeal of the Ca- piadian. reciprocity 'act. He has writ- ten to the Senate finance committee a letter, stilting lint in view of Can tfldas failine to Accept the policy of relations, 'the legislation now. standing, on the'American statute books might as well be repealed. At piefaent the United States Is in ihe attitude of mnlunj, a standing of fer to Canada this benefits of which :may be realized, at any time the Do- minion enacts reciprocal conces slons i Senate lias-already voted to re- peal the i ecipnocltv act tin amend mienl for 'that purpose having been at the stfeel bill. Because the House by Representa live, Oscar. are still adhering to reciprocity that, all other Senate was dis- agreed to, 'and, the steel bill remains 5n The has already favorably reported a bill foi tho re- peal of the.'i'WiiJTOcity act, introduced by Senator MpCuniber, of North :Dak- oia Reciprocity so unpopular in "Mi AlcCumbeirs that Piesldent Taft, as a pooi third in the pi efereuce London, .July deputa- tion of Welsh tin. plate manu- facturers watted onfnon Goo 1C. Foster yesterday, complain- ing that under the present free tariff, they had of their Canadian -business. They suggested tint timx 1m niji oil an equality Ameri- can competitors by Canada of five per cent, nn American plates. c- MITCHELL IS GIVEN NINE MONTHS President) .fTaftjf bos- t Wid'cUe West-and his advocacy of the pol- 3cj Although reciprocity was about the only laft policj that the third term candidate endorsed, be1 lejnM aatod'it ab he it impeding his toi dele gates Taft ft is expected >that fuitbei and moie specific announcement of th'e Presi dents Willingness to see recipiocit} repealed will be made before the as sembling ot the'Bull Moose com en fcion Many of the President's fi have advised him to jeUison the pol- icy To keep it'on the statute books, they Is only nursing a forlorn liopc and maintaining a scarecrow ag- ainst-the farmer vote. ;w6uld deprive 'the third :term candidate of a chance to nilloiy Piesi deut.Taft. as the champion of a policy highly unpopulai in the agricultural states The President, having urged the repeal of reciprocity can readily maintain-that: he-still believes in It. hut also he. thinks.that until Canada desires? the measure now spurned, a jiev, agreement can W negotiated up on ubich the representatives of the American fai mei m Congress ma} ipass anew. The framers of the Chicago plat Jorm stopped junt short of an anthe ciprocit} declaration It is possible 1 (Continued on page 5) TWO MONTHS AT HARD LABOR SENTENCE IMPOSED UPON-YOUNG MAN ARRESTED-AT RAY- MOND. Judsbn H. Pennebaker, 21 years of age, was yesterday afternoon sentenc- ed by Superintendent Wilson and In- spector Howard at the. police barracks, to two months'.haixi'labor for.stealing ?2ti.25 from a man Christian- son, about miles north ot moild on Uedncsdaj last, 17th inst Penriebiiker was arrested .on-suspicion town constable; at Raymond, Labor Leader's Sentence for Appeal Case Washington, D.C., July Mitchell, vice-president, of 'the Airierl- cau Federation of Labor, sentenced in the Supreme Court of :the District of Columbia, (o nine months: imprisonment for contempt o-: court growing, out of 'the Buck's Stove and Range Go's case An apjyeal was taken and ball furnished1, to abide by the decision of the upper; court, -In the same case President Samuel Gompers recently., to one year, and Secretary Frank Morri- son to six months OUT NOfiCE GANGSTER GAVE UP TO POLICE NEW YORK POLICE EXPECT TO ROUND UP ALL CONNECTED WITH MURDER New "iork, V Jul} 23 gunmen wanted for the killing of the who telephoned for the Mounted Po 'gambler, Herman Roscnthal, arc be- lice Constable brought' ginning to mil into the ncti> the prisoner heie foi trial.' at which he pleaded giuHy. The arti cles piiTchapert by Pennebaker Cabinet' Ministers Must be Back 'at Desk by Sep- tember First Otfaud, July tibmet min- isters been asked bv Premier. BordeiV to' limit their summer itiner- anes that uill all bt back m the capital c.arh in Septembei the, lirst cabinet council is decided for the iiii r pose foi ing tlic govern- ment'i> ab a In; tovaid the, proposed pio- gram for next session No JeOnilc announcement ds> to the gm eminent do in re to Uit! can he exptictcd un- til attci tlic September dehbcntions pf ihc_ mimstcib hew lion Geo C to to comer Vith ife commonwealth government on a reciprocal trade agreement with Canada has been in- definite K postpunrd on tlic plea that the--minister-'will have to be In Ot- tliis fall to asbibt in the pro position of the government's on other matters ot impoitanco that Ihc to he dealt ncvl ton MR. BORDEN SOLICITOR IS WORKING ON THE NEW CITY CHARTER 6 LEMONADE -AIDS. ..WORSHIP Plalnfield NJ, lulj a means of incrasing attend- dance at piajet meetings In his Rev. 'Charles L. Good the Congregation- al chui ch, concen ed the idea of serving cold lemonade. This, was'iried and proved a gieat there- being a marked -increase iln the at- tendance Large receptacles of cold lemonade pre- pared and served bj the wo- men. ,9, e a mat tei of hoursf, Tbe patient is display Ing wonderful CELEBRATING ABDUL'S.' PALL Constantinople, Julj >3 nev. Turkish Cabinet, iindeiv; Pasha, the Grand is 'celebrat- ing the annuersaii of the daj whsn the constitution was wrung from Yb diil Ha-mid, the former Sultan. EXCURSION TO T.HE 'FARM About 250 excursionists from along the C and E line arm- ed in the oit> at noon to Uslt the Farm The excursion was in charge of.Mr. Lewis, of the Department of Agriculture, They were wel- comed by Superintendent'Fair- field, and shou n ei tbe farm. The visitors took a deep interest" in the farm and many questions.were asked and ans- wered BOUGHT SITE NEAR VILLAGE OF BARONS C. N. R. Have Purchased Peter North's Some Speculation as to Route City of Lethbridge sniiendered himseli to the polite this morning and ten dars Deputv Police Commissioner Dougherty lieci-i to round up the whole With tiie men who acluaUj did ihp shooting in the -the main ''work of District Attorntn Whitman and Depute Police Commissioner Dough erfcv will commence, that oi tmng to. leain tlic identiU of the conspirators Mho gieavh that tbal be done aw ith before he j could make fiathcr reflations oi re- lations between police and Vallon has nothing of chc appear- once of the gangster of tbe meaner soil His appearance at police bead- quarterii riumhfoimded the desk set geant-and he had to convince the Ale1 tcctnes as to his idcntit) before locked him up, MUTUHITO RESTLESS DAY 23 he condi tion the Fmperor ot to improve, accoiding 10 icporta ot court phvsiinans this A. bulletin issued at one o'- clock this afternoon sajs ffis Tilajesty slept thiough- out the moinmg1 His torn per jet come fiom Major Geaiy Jn C. Ives, one of the leadinR supporters oi the In I his constituencj, ha? been urging the Immediate ronslruclion of the post olficu While the telegmm Is bj no means dehnile, being sinillur to tbe answers ghen b> Hon Mr Jlonk, on proilouo occ isions when pressed for a (U'flinitc htnteliient rognrding the post office building, neteithelebs It lo that the go< eminent Ims not forgotlen Iliat Lethbridge IMS been pro- mised n post ofllre bullcllllB, .lull thai Hie nionaj lias been voted for It The dopKrtnient of I'libhe Works has repeatedly, this summer been urged by tho of Trade nml other loeiil lo hasten (he construction of Iho building, as the need for better facilities tor Lethbridge is dally more and'more apparent Tlic wire coutoins more than a.ray of hope, aud.thert'yjit to W chanco that the firat sod Tor Ho building will be turned- this ;