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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, July 2t, 1011. LETHBRIDGEDJUJT HERALD Publlihed by Ih. Lethbrldqc PubMthlnj Co.. lawful evenlns >t !ti office. Sixth limit, Aisirti. Cin. W. A. Olracxor and Editor. PHONE; PHONl: ,_ Jor pAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 rear. 1 yarrr.by 6 .-months, delivered... ..tltft) non'ha by S months, t i moiuh, E mon'.hi, by mil........8" Addressee as desired.- but both old unit bG glreii. r WEEKLY HEKAUU Published every Wednesday'in ele'nt. or more tcti eontiUi luniuiary of tbe uewa oi local aid dliVrtct i year in advance J monUw. Ltt m r 'r THE DAILY HERALD FOR AT Cross Dniit fc Bpok Store, J. G. "Robtrt- Co.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra Hotel. Drug Macleod--Vounr A Co., R. W. Hamilton. Plncher D..L. McCres. Bros. A Book On. B. Beat Medicine; ?j. Uelnackt. Diamond City prrg Vancsuuer, 9. C. World .Widt New Cn. A Browo News Co.', 706 Riverside Ave. Also 4ll C. P. R. Train i. Taft's Big Victory TAFT In the face of the strongest sort of opposition within his; party- the; President of the United States succeeded forcing the reciprocity agreement through the United States Senate, Had It not been for llia.'aiiiEtance .of the Democratic-. Congressmen .and Senators reciprocity would not "be" law today. So we have a Republican eident under obligation to his pbliU- ,cal opponents for the'passage" of a measure which he had. fathered- The Democrats, advocating a.low tariff, were consistent in their atti tude and have not iujHred'parEy-'pros- pects. With the Republicans the case is different. The big interests still sway that party -and dict.ite tho course of its majority. 1'resideiit to his assure will do him add not likel> Fc election The Hepiiblicai split up. In this reMprocftv matter u e had "stand pat Republicans opposing moderates f a voting. and insurgents, opposing If diverse- eleramfs longer than, the time between" now atfd. tie next; presidential election to Taft looraa big He haa.boss.ed, the face ot tha.t reciprocity would ruin the "American farmer and build up Canada.aLth'e expense of the United he has brought reciprocity through troubled waters to the stage where'-, it! is, ready to be signed and Taft's breakaway from the old guard j mafle effective. Conservative Contradictions INCONS CTI has marked the of the Conservative lenders ami press in regard to reriprocny from the day they began to oppose ihe pact until the present. No more striking argument could be offered in favor of the measure than of (he contradictory Eta lemon is by its opponents, TJio Edmonton HulIcUn has outlined iu a very effective wa? is fol- lows; 'Canadian Inyaliy is too virile to hn affected self-Interest; Canndian loyatty is too weak to stand the shock of selling hogs to ihe Yankees. The price of wheat in Liverpool -fixes the jtrico in Canada; Under re- ciprocity the price of wheat in Can- ada would be fixed on an export has Is. 'The Hudson's Bay railway will he of no nee if reciprocity is adopted, he cause Canadian 5rain will go south: Canadian grain growers will not find a .more profitable market than they have across the. water. 'Under; reciprocity, the' Canadian fanner will" find his home market flooded tn 'States products The T nited States farmer is fighting reciprocilv through fear that Canadian Fill Hood his-home-market. mil jncrease the p ice Of farm proilifct? fn Canada; Reciproc jty will reduce the price of farm pro ducts in Ciinafia. "There slit uld be an election tc decide th reciprocity question: Ke- elprontj should not he (he onl> 'b in in e i.on tf one ie held 'Reciprocity iii'the Empire is the thing to he, ajinea.'.at: There sho lid be m fuither reduction in the duty 6n British jroods, though Great B-1 tdin admits products duty. 'The fact that Canadians many years ago decided for reciprocity is not a good reason why they should do 10 again: The fact that Canadians many years ago decided for protec- tion is a "pood reason why they should do so again, The Liberals have not reduced the tariff, as., much as they, might have .done: A. tariff commission named by a .protectionist government should be interposed between the representa- tives of the people and the tariff. 'The Canadian farmer will not find to sell his products in the United States: Canadian farm products will go to the Lnited niqrket so largely that the Canadiiin i railways will lose most of their traffic 'The United States would have re- duced-the. duty on Canadian farm pro ductfMf there had been no reciproc- ity agreement: If there had been no reciprocity :agreemeut United States government would not have been abl to carry" a reduction of the duties on Canadian -'farm products against th hostility'of; the United States farm er. "ThevUnHed States Is a great pro tective country, over-ridden hy trust andy combines: Canada should be a 'great protective country, 'Wheat on the average is worth more hi. Minneapolis than in Winni The Canadian farmer will get no more for nfi in Minneapolis gets'in Winnipeg 7Canada wall he oveiEIowed b; cheap products from the Unitei States Denmark the and Australia is adopted The Mil havi to .pay more his farm products if. reciprocity- goes .into force. f.- 'It' Is-foolish to say that the Can adian.'Interests' are opposed to ciprocitVj for reciprocitj affects farn products in the main Reciprocity is beginning and if the farm ft, is allowed to hate this measure 01 free trade he will clamor for more. 'The United States trims are fav- orable to .the reciprocity agreement; There.is h.ope that the high tariff party in the United States will be reciprocitj 'And one bright weekly has-discov- ered; that reciprocity would increase the. demand..for divorces in Canada Jhus1'leading- perhaps to the estab- Ishment of divorce courts, which, some Opposition gentlemen and pa- pers have advocated rather warmly. ex-mcmbcr of the Ontario LeftisU-j do ionic good, and If It doesn lure, and contested' WinnlpeR at tliei'1 win not ,do Hny.harm." last gcnrnl election lie oppobrd '0' nprocity, ttm, out' the Liberal fiov cniiupiit al Ottawa, is not putiisliinp its made u mistake on llial question. It now transpires that, the Catia _______...... (linn soldiii who cim? home from tin 'by the men is of iiie uf the-MlnUUr-'of L; bo f, but far no award has bee made by that department, although Is sufe to assume that the recon mendfttloiu contained in Ihe majorit report will the basii of settlemen advocated. That thin will be rejects conclusion corona t ion o.nd t'ecJared tlmt Kitcli- pner of KhiM'lo'.ini liad trcateil ihe (.'anadians shalihily simply ..because t-lioy .were "Itlonrniu' colonials'1, was exaggerating, and that the1 facts ilo not'( warrant such criticism.. Such i more in keeping with popular ojn'n.ion H .would be hard to "believe Uiat nlany times "a hero, and bcsl judge of a Ppi riiscriniimtc against. Uu nitii uhp uprr flic bnu cst among all brayc: men. at Paarrie borg. because it Is a distinction, but wit very little, difference from the offe mode by the operators at the Cal gary conference in March. JL Qfhers Mr. Borden ai .Melville. (London Mr. Borden was-at MelVlHe. Sask. on MelMlle Is product of the G. T. P.. which Mr, Borden didn't rant, ami Melville wants' reciprocity which Mr. Borden Get Them for the Centiii (Pincher According to the UMnnineg-Tribune; there is a man in Texas who has forty children. the Calgan Boaid of Trade special induce- ments" .to locat? his, family ..there. ppr a foke oke" OUR POINT OF VIEW Boost the fair. has Iiis WTV. Make Lcthhridge a spotless town. The [renciier is digging a grave (or the city's steam shovel. The flies and mosquitoes ate still with us. Hit llicm a clout. The farmers must plough fireguards oner The grass (s long, and when it (jefs dry there will be great danger from prairie fires. Neither was anything heard about Ihp navy at tho last general election and' the. Conservatives never asked for ihe mandate of the people on that thai, imtional issue. The. big interests are bossing the Conservative party. They tell the leaders to. force, the reciprocity issue to "the people'and the Tories obey. On the navy matter the interests did not. issue an order. D.-C. Cimeron'is .to he Manitoba's neit l.ietitfiinnt-Govcrnor. He is an Solomon Public' no doubt was T thorough instigation of all subjects upon .the coal question, but the power (if such we may call it) of ihe'Board was decid- edly restricted and to attach blame to Ihe members thereof under such circumstances is extremelj illogical In short, the Lemiaiix Act a piece of remedial legiilatlonfmay 'be -com- pared fro the adiice. ot the old woman to a young mother whose was1 sick; elbows, ft! A Baseball Courtship (Pittsburg Post.) "How'd you like to sign with me for life's inquired tho young man "I'm replied the girl "Where's your diamond7' Lonesome (Dallas News.) like to live on Rasy streety but what.would-.be the We'd move away because It would, b'e "as lonesome as :Her Plan (New York Sun.) Caesar had told his wife that she should be abore suspicion, "All retorted, skyscraper, and I'll live OH-the top floor." A Deduction (Chicago "Would you let people play poker for money in your house, Mrs; Gsdds- "Why not. Where's the harm In a friendly little "Oh, then, you're still ahead, are. Sambo'Was Investigating "Well, Sambo, how did you vote to- "I ain't voted yet, said Sam- bo. "Well, boss, it's dis-a-way. De pro- hibitionists dey gives me flO to vote their ticket, and the republicans, give me to vote their ticket. Ah's goin' wait to see how corrupt 'all the parties is 'fore I vote, 'en then Ah's goin' to vote for the ieastest.'S-Phila delphia Times Reconniz'ed Him "When Representative Alexander of speaker of the house in the Missouri legislature, he said the funniest.thing that has beea.iaJd in a hundred Speaker About 50 members 1n front of the speakers rostrum clamoring for.Tecognition.1 A man" named Mooro, possessed a mighty pair of lungs Celled into Speaker .Alexander's, face: 'Doo the speakei recognaze The hubl ub 3 'It eeems to Mid Speaker Al slowlj-, as if re ceEEes of. his or ot'ier I have seen that niug of yours'. still call 'Ugly Mug down in Missouri York U orld BIG SNAP Quarter section near Magrath for acres crop and 50 acres good feed Price and terms easy. Must be taken at once -i -.1 Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Company Real Estate and Investments r OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 MUSINGS OF TAN OLD SPORT (New York "Evening World.5 of'our Energising is so Misdi- Running Around in Circles! As a Opportunity is in Class by Himself when Once he es .By! 'A Friend in Need is a Friend In- he wasn't Made 'to Lean Upon' I have to dodge a t pains me to be so condemned TO bo. misunderstood. To papers tell me that. My poetry good' And I this'-from me: 111 it to vou atnightt- It isn't ajiy fun to'mi'" A 1 r te' QUESTIONINGS. (Somerville Journal.) Why is it, when, in frenzy fine, J take my pen .in hand, To sing in verse, the laughs, And scoffs, to beat the bind Why IB It that my Pegasua Finds such a rocky Why did the Queen-r-cut.off My Coronation Ode? Why is it, when I tune my lyre, And deftly thrum the chordi, T hear no out hurst of applause From commoners or lords? And tell me why the critics all Are so inclined to knock That often in my ecstacy "The Best Face Cream I Ever Used what our customers tell us about NYAL'S FACE CREAM For sunburn it has no equal Knowing M bat it it made of, we are certain it will be hard to improve on AJwajs procurable for at The Red Cms Oraf and Book Co., Ltd. PHONI THIRD AVI ;