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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE-DAILY HERALD if-'' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD P LM, lawful at ilxth street, Cin. W. V editor. PMONI: -PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Jab Depta. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION flATCS 1 yen, by stall.........ItH aimthi, by mall......11.71 I inotilha. by bit ui oU must WIIKLV Wednesday In or and contains a mmiury of tfi. MWI 4tb St. AIM m (II C. P. M. Trains. Independent on ocitr r mMnll of pro.'ieua.lot, of this question' u In rlniW moling peace and harmun; on cry that If reciprocity wa. .ndorwd adopled It woujd be the fim steu towards annexation, that the Un by the General Assembl.v of the Pre bylerlan Church of Canada at It recent meeting at Ottawa. Dr. Ko eat, the retiring moderator, In an ai dress nald, speaking of reciprocity "Some of you think I am a Tory Whatever am, I want reclproelt. and fraternity, of relations. .Up Plause.) I do not want annexation and prolonged applausee) Bu 1 waul rcclprocitv ,uid arbltrallon The report of the meeting, where Llr. Korrest made this stalement In dlcales his sentiments thus ex- pressed received the heart} approv- al of that-large and influential gath erlng. It is evident that the leaders of the Presbyterian Church do not harbor the fears expressed hy some opponents of reciprocity, thaf It will ngender hard feelings and lead to rouble between the tin- ted States. Reciprocity will produce and In- rease trade relations that will ,be Ited States would be buying us, and we would selling ourselvea. I think that Is that froiii the mouths of supposedly great men: u Canadian I resent It. I would think very Ht'lie of my loyalty to the urlUih Crown'If t depended on tariff Those who think the national spirit at Can- ida Is such a poor and uncertain thing hat. her existence as a nation would be Imperilled by an Increase'of trade with the United States certainly: do not know her, There Is no part he British-Empire. In .which' thore'Is i'uer loyalty than In Canada, and an be neither bought or sold, t. The opposition to Imply a.political one. of bothi.parties mpl; that men can be calight v a cry and can be led bj he thoughtWof my incapably of calinl.v judging ,t Wednesday, June 81.1011 i Here is tho opportunity for n workinirmaii to fine building in the hmrt of the prosperous Nor I h '.Ward. 'are offering for a short time only 25x125 ft. lots on Sixth Avenue North, close to school, for each; 1-3 cash, balance on easy terms. You will have to act quick if you want to got'in on this snap. 1 r1 We are nlso offering for a short tinio only, lots 10and 11 in Block 155, Westminster Road, at 11450 for the pnir. We nlso hare snaps to offer in other parts of the city and before buying do not fail to look over our listings, as it certainly will money in your pocket to you. mean, win ,oe any 01 cauui} jliaglng t dvantageous to both nations, andjraattej. Borden, ttie tend to make (he people on both er of the Opposition, like a sensib Ides of the line work to preserved man I believe, while opuoslng r peace, in order that' these relations ay not bc broken A good sound rade peace will go farther than any hlng else to prevent the disruption f friendly relations the na ons. Still W BEOS must be fought In th city as well as In the country A pateh of thiatles, .mustard any other weed growing inside' th Ilmlta of the city le just as- "danger oua and obnoxious as if It Vere" oq on a farm As a rule tie people of" the cltj are not as keenlv alhe'to'thi weed nnlnnce as are the farmers who can see tlie dire cbmunj from aUowing the weeds to groW-'sni gc to seed. It Is, therefore, the of the and Weeds in the City bring the matter aw pos slbl, before the urban this city there are a .arge number of. principalh lo's, owned for the most part and on subnrban l.ind. The provincial chief need m- has said that he will leal with such owners, and IB de terrafaed that the farmers will not from negligence by the cltlll impress upon ttii peo- seriouBnesE of the weed nuls- ajioy'and lead'them to Jook after their "OPf the} should It Is a ser- us inattei and "should be treated as he said, "Is a question for debate, and about hlch different opinions maj be held. But politicians have hot devot- ed their attention so much to the dis- ian Is being bought the Implication or charge that such a thing is possible is the rankest dig loyalty utmost absurdity. OUR POINT OF VIEW KING wi GEORGE and Queen'-Mar -'ill be crowned Klnf anear. Borden's Western Announcement AT WINN'IPEG, R L Borden, th Conservative leader, made' h. public utterance In tt on the reciprocity issue, an given hit reasons for opposing th may be sat lattctory to him, he will find that ih of the Western provinces wll tafce lot of convincing they j, .will accept themVaa satisfactory to, E tieta he professes to oppose the f pact because in it he ues a menace antonotny, but the ejri farmer how'anj ar- rangement that will give him better prices for what he has to sejl and cheaper for what he "has to will endanger the present rela- tion existing between the Brltlih Em- pire and Canada. They believe the most loyal people are ttcne who molt prosperous Mr. Borden wys that he does not question loy- of the Canadian people, but that the inevitable influence of reciprocity will be towards the disintegration ol Canada, separating the provinces, and leading to commercial nnlon with the United States, that must b, followed by political absorption But the West ern people believe thst the Increase 'In the purchasing power of the West to the belter prices and markets secured by the agieement win enable thert to do more business the Eastern proilnces and make than ever the commercial lies that bind the provinces together Jthe prosperity of the East depends Wy largely on that ol the West, and Increases Western pros- perity, It must necessarily Increase Halt, of the But As the agreement any way iffect the East- era maliTiftoturer, who derived the tie nwerlt} of why be lanent, against listJEasUrn, progress m manufactur- ingjjnei, r; (cannot .-tike' any he will appoint tariff commission to invest- trade and tariff wtiutio'n beliere that the hundreds of Vho went to Ottawa last win of Western in demanding reciprocity, }nd the thousands of farmers who made representations to sir Wilfrid "Laiir- er on his tour of the West last sum mer, know the situation as well ai any commjiaalon that could be appointed consider that these ions were quite sufficient as a man- ate from people, to the govern to adopt the, agreement, espec ally in view of the fact that reoiproc- ty for thirty jears or more ecognized as a plank In the platforms f both political parties, being tern orarily laid Mtde merelj because of of the United to any such agreement The tpirlt of the and It Is be also of tbc East, Is opposed to ny "let well enough alone" Keir Hardle In sxprmlon of opposition to ttfe Cofonatlon "ill find hlmstlf much alone. Sir William The name and title look good to people of West ern Canada, for tterc la no man in the. West whom the people would bo more pleased to see honored In thla way by King George. He has a great factor development of he Canadian West, and has shown ilmself consistently a friend of, this great country He IE not a man to seek honors, but lias been content to do his dutv as he saw it The hon or Is thus all the more deserved If the King had consulted the people of the West, he could not haie made a happier choice in selecting a man of Western Canada upon whom to confer this lionon Canadians will think no more of the VIce-President of the C P R because of the knighthood gh- en him. but they are gratified to know that his worth Is recognized out- OWNERS OF JMlornihgsrde Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phoriel291 rB The British people everywhere con- side of his field of labor Preclvus (Barrle Advance) I see that a large number of keg of gold were unloaded at Toronto th other day. Thoy had to guard then as jealously as they would a like num her of kegs of In-Orillla. Only in Little P. t. I. (Winnipeg Free Press) It it possible to get married In Eng land without goinf a church Provision for civil marriage Is made This Is lacking In moit of the "Can- adian though In Prince Ed- ward island the marriage contract can be entered into before a J, P. uy _.------ Wjarteni reciprocity. The anitont to see the that adop- Df will materially u years thafcnr m ich as Mr. Borden advocates They no impending In greater Because pro- by Canada during the. put has been greater'than b} aiy other is to (hem sufficient reunn to thai It Is capable ofistlll greiter pro- and DIM be .table and sound. cannot disregard the optimism that hue Canada great and pro standstill or "let well enouib iloni'; spirit Is not the Ca- nadian inlrit u haa been the predom spirit of for idopt An Economic Attraction (Winnipeg Free. Press) It is one of the of reciprocity that, being an Issue with a vital rela .tlon to every transcends party politics, and draws Its support from a lery wide swtlon of peo- ple. If reciprocity Lib eial party some sunixirteri' It hsi a) so brought It .who are attracted bv the of in economic Issue. "Just por_a Joty" Popular Mechanics The bell of the British frigate Uitine, which sank ofl the Dutch coast In 1719 with'a caigo of coin and specie valued at is the "had news" bell at Llo.wls Whenever news is received that a ship is overdue, or when definite news comes of the loss of a ship the bell is tiansactions are suspended until the news it heialda is lead Many some suc- cessful, have been mail? to recovei the golden cargo of the Lutine About of the sum has been found, the bulk of it m 1800 It was In one a. ainti L. time ine vvieck nns again located and search, for the treasure is n'ow being C.'wilng home, for the uae and con- venience of bankers, (jnjlglnated in London m 1773. tyatem was'm- augurated In New York In 1853, whea Company (Dallas News) The shepherdess of ancient times to the book, Kept anful company, because went out with a crook will to It l> HIM ti'ehMk their dampn tlwtr opUmlitlc and pro- sptrtt. The Canadian people too Urge, too llherai, too p'rogrm. 9ollc'' advocttes. iWaterbury Antricaii) The report of dining .-Mm of the univeriltj hall at known as the that milk, eggs, irwd, cereal, prlulpil atul out of which Vale glee and trick It took of quarts of cream and fresh to satlify that tlte Ian But li In. kind of fowl which 'nu.t; ip. Not Boycotted you seen the ing delegate's bride' Is ,n, pretty' Carder-Nol Even he'd have te a mit she's In the unfair list A Distant Invitation Departing got a pre y place here, Frank, but it a b are yet. It's became the tr bit young, I hope they'll have grow 0 a good die Before ?ou come' again Opinion, A. Kanus butcher was driTtnt-1 cow to his slaughter houae when a itnni er stooped him and said: are you going to do with that cowt" "I'm going to kill said the but Cher, The stranger looked the cow over carefully, "oh, I don't believe I'd do %lk up (Chicago Tribune) n, had keen put on rh. "If that he tw> KM to step wrtlltit, u It .'m So be sent on wrltlnf, aM Her th. Mow ftili Mr- MIGHT AS WELL GET PUT OF THE WAY. -ri ;