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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HE1JALD Saturday, .Inly MUi. LETHBRIDGE DAILH HERALD Published by the Lethbrldge Herjld Pubtlihlna Co., i.W.. lawful ovenlng at iti office. Sixth at'riiet. 1 W. A. Editor. PHONE: Editorial. Reportorl.ll, 1221 M 1 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Advertising ind Jeb Depti. 1 year, 6 months, (injlvered.....12.00 8 months, 1 month, 1 year, by j..... nonlha. by 5 mon'.hi, by null.... Addresses chaugea tie often as but both olti dresses must be givcu. WEEKLY HEKAU) Published every Wednesday In elput or raort pages. anti eoutaJn of the news the week, local (Lurid 1 year In adv'aoco ....J1.50 j 5 IB iii ....7li j Cross Dnu Book Store, J. G. Robert- icm Co.. Jackson Alexandra Hotel, Peopio'i Drug Stors Co., R. W. Hamilton. Plncher D. L. M'cCrea, Broa. A Book Co. Fernie. 8- Beat Medicine am. THE DAILY HERALD FOB AT Cninbreok, BeattU A AtcUlSOO. Diamond City Drug C-e. Vancouver. 3. C. World Wide News Co. Brown t Brown 313 4Ui SL The. lamicson News Co., 705 Rlverslile Ave. on .ill C. P. R- Tinted Sl.iles. Hut Hie I.atirier iciiuiicnt hy giving a prefoien'.hil tar- i iff to (he-Mother Country years niso. 1 cement nil such trade relations he- twei'ii mother and daughter that re- ciprocity w II never shake Oaiiiuht's loyalti. the calamity howlers i howl. I When the Lauiier goweinuicnt mine into power in Canada was lab- oring in the throes of a romiK'irial slump diir to Ihe restrictive proUv- tion policy of the t'tinservativf parly Lauricr, by his I mi- tariff policy, iiradc tiMdo treaties which have pt ne- ed Tiinada nniont; the leadinp coun- tries of die world. And yet when he tries io negotiate a treaty with the I'nitt'd Stales which will lend lo in- crease the volume of trade more than ever, the Tunes block proceedings, giving as (heir reason 'he excuse that .-'ich an important step should not be without an appeal tn peo- ple. However, the reciprocity rkhi- in line with policy nn which the i, the nil niivt'i'iuueiii was Kiisfiuncd HI lie more than three ynrs ago with such an nvrnvhi'lm- .c maturity, Tory excuses to the >ntrai v. Thlnk His (Oltaxva Free I're.- -.ithat tluj nnny In Egypt war. rehablll- p 'nted. He became ulrdnr, or coin- mamler-ln-chlef, and flrmjy establish- [ctt tho supremacy of Great lirllatn tn I that country. i Lord Kitchener's latest appoint- inent makes him indirectly tho suc- censor oi' Loru Cruiner, tho predeces- cor of the late Sir Kldon Gorst. who, j Is known us the maker of Egypt, and was British agent and coneul-giMioral i in from ISj.'J to April 1907. when' he resigned, Two Important events occurred dur ins Oromer's "agency" in Kpypi. In IS'S'-! the restored Khedive abolished (he joint, control of Knglaml and l-'rance, and on tho recoinmendation of tho British, appointed an English financial adviser. The Anglo-French convention of April I, ll'0-l, further removed restrictions which iiunnnber- ed the management of Egyptian fi- nance. It was Cromer who pecursd the ap- pointment of Kitchener as comnienrt- er-ln-chief of the Khedive's army, which was ultimately to make life and property as safe as- in London as far south as Omriurmaii and beyond. It was Cromer who damned the Nile at Assouan, to Increase the irrigated area of the valley. And it was Croui- er who, satisfied with tho work tl- ready done, proposed In IDOfi a change in the internal administration of Kgypt, which lie believed the coun- try was.ripe for. Lord Kitchener's services in the Hoer war added to ins now H and made him ilie popul.r.1 ii Farm Land Snaps (UO ncros on Black Spriiiii1 J-Iidn'c. fully improvc-d, 200 ncres in crop; all s ten in plow land. If lakeji af' once. per acre. (J40.acres on .Black Spring Eidgo, all under eulLivaiion, including crop, per acre. Easy terms. We have .many more good buys farm lauds and it: certainly pay you (o examine pur list lieforu Imying. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 figure, THE SUGGESTION C Scully. of Winnipeg, Western farmers expect to draw labor from the easl this season in the. volume talked of. combine and acrec io nnv Mr. Donien suvs he wasn't cotinktl of tlio Emuire. in .ho census Vail. let .hm one I A sti" ,_'_'___, J piercing eyes of deep blue, _ ion sunburned a dull brick re-j. a (____ Alberta for reasons which I (Edmonton Capital) square, cleft chin, a resolute mc'i'th. ;eason The work of the' u I101V out that ".Moose" Bax-l shailotl niout-tuclie. tlie Iei" 1i.r jnlo its jealously .guarded preserves penple claimed hy a minority to v'inni is considered to brinp thr only the accident oi birth has cm- refractory peers into HUP with the cednd ihat right. majority. I sirdar, or commander-in-chief of the i Egyptian army. Then commenced i the contiuest ot the Soudan. Without j a single pause the work went forward. I Kitchener is never in a hurry. With risk! self control he feels the ground Kitchener's New Job 1'irm beneath him before advancing a The appointment of Field Marshall step forward. Whore others had us- ed camels he conceived the idea of a s to have satisfied every-1 railway, and turned a raid into an.ir- Boost the Fair anil boost hard. Make Lftthhririge a spotless town. The "Swat the Fly" campaign still goes on. Four days ago f'nlgary's was Xow they have it plac- ed Somebody Mod. Get, after thn non-resident farmers and make them cut their weeds. They will he responsible for hundreds of dollars .worth of damage to next crops. Reciprocity, will give (he farmers thr a tivan t ago of a competitive mar- ket. Two markets arc better than one anv dav. The mnn who never made a mis- take is the man who never did any- thiiiif. (.'aii.idians are just beginning to wake up lo thr fact that ilioy have made a great n.i.stakc in not reciprocity sooner. Thry have learnt a by their experience. H. L. Horden and the Conservatives are howling Hint reciprocity is the' t.step toward annexation to the one. The status of the Hritish agent, j resistible conquest. l.o Egypt probably wllj be improved Then South Africa. He went a more important title and a higher j out Cape Town as Lord-Roberts' salary attached. i chief ot" slaff in when Command of the British troops on j 'liree British armies Jay checkmntod iMcdil.onvuiaan, heretofore bold and confusion ruled supreme at the "base, lie brought Bonier .out of such a rhfios as has rarely fncefl nn officer. On him the brunt of all (be secret prepara- tions that, ended in Lord Roberts' brilliant dash into the Orange Free ferred