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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 rear, delivered....... month., deliverer! I monlaa. delivwed. ...il.MV 1 month, cauuita aa often a. QAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATII 'Advertising Clrculliivii iiiil Job Depta, 1252 montha, -by 1 njODtbai.By nail...'.....H. but bott new (Oil .old ad- T every Wadnetd'ay' in eight ot iore laam ..d cautali. ,f the new. of tie wwffBcKrt tolrteT 1 year In advance ....II SO iu ....Jli j "otitcfc la THE DAILY HERALD FOR AT Cranbrvok, B. Craw Dnif Book Store, J. G. Robert- ion Co.. Jackian A Cojm, Alexandra Hotel, People'. Drur Stars Co, R. w, Hamilton. Plneher D. L. MoCroa. Broi. Drug' A Book Co. B. Seal Atchl.OB. L. Reltiecka. Gritty Tugham, Oiamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vancouver, B. C. World .Wide News Co. ft Brown 219 4th St. Al.o on all C. P. R. Train., proof, proclty Proportion of Caiuda'. ti'axln with Brllaln, either export or Im- port. Reciprocity will not mean exchange of market. but..a .wlitonlriB of markets and Mr. Burden djd not Prove anything to tha contrary. emphasized his statement that rccil- liroclty Would mean comiiiorclal union and hinted that this must tiltlnialely auil Uld m-' THE LETHBRHWK DAILY HERAT Tl Ilk market; but he did markMuuid (he w, i-wiiMninu Co..' l.tri'i etreet, LethCM-Upe. Albert., Can. and Editor. these reciprocity will Increase' Reference to th, Peoplt Tho fact has apparently slipped' Air. BordenV memory that jraverii. monts placed In office by the I .iwoplo a. responsible. to' do ia. they think ibest for Ihe people who enlriuted them with office. It' luls intimately not been tho custom for govern- tp annexation and absorption to ink Ihe people who elected ai hough he tried not lo insult the "hether they should or should ntelligence of the: [wple .by putting "ot do certain things. Actlnr on Ihe t .0. plainly. Ho called. It Interfer. confidence the pooplo have with and cuitlnff aauuderllie Brit- In them, thoy do as they think beat connection and by waving the flag. leave It to tho .people'to Implied the probability. If reciprocity Judge whether' they havo done right Is adopted, of Union Jack being haul- not. That was the cas0 with the ed down and tho Star, and Stripe, .be- contract'for the 'building of the Grand ing hoisted at the Canadian masthead. -Truiik Pacific railwav, the form.tlon A Lethbrldge audience composed to of the provinces and other a large exlent of former American.1 important matters. The reciprocity who havo become good Canadians who agreement is not bound as to time are anxious to see the two countries H Is adopted by the government! ha e tho greatest freedom of .trade and become, law, then It Is the right mil have no desire to exchanje their "f people to say whether or not status as Canadian citizens for that.of they approve, if they at the next gen- election decide that they did not I not take kindly (0 any such suggea-1 the government did the wise a Hero is the opportunity for a a fine bdldfai df in the heart o] the Ward. We are offering for st4 25X'25 Sixth'-Avenue North, close, tc MI t i 6flpSy terms, You .will have to act quick .if you .'Want to got in on this snap.' Wo also have .nap, to offer other parts of the city and do fail to look over our.listings, oeriualy will' mean money in yonr pocket to you. pollcjr In A Pioneer, Newspaper Man FR. E. T. SATJN'DEHS lias sol th, Plncher .''.'Creek' which he founded eleve J-ear. ago and Is retiring from jour nall.m. The Fortby ot mor than bassing notice from the fac that Saunders, or: "Si" aa he is generally known'among his" host o' friends, was one of the newspaper pioneers not only of. Alberta but of the BacJt in 1885, Mr.'Saunders started the Letbbrldge -News which the fourth 'paper to be-.estab. li.hed in the we.t beyond Winnipeg. He has seen great journalistic changes during that quarter of a century and has share towards making them, It Is an evidence of the in- creasing age of the west when its pioneer, newspapermen are begin- ning to retire from active .service. But with Its age has come remark- able development. When Mr. Saun- ders started his paper in Lethbridg the west was little more than a wi lerness, and the constituency he sen ed was one great cattle range. Toda n this-same territory there are score f cities, towns'and villages and every ne has one or more papers. So .Mr. Borde 16 his Ideas uo ulu but he deceived no one except'those to be'deceived. He. did tell us that Canadian trade with lhe f Sreaser than it is with Great Britain but our attachment for Great Britain very much exceed, our regard for I Prlec of the jreat republic. But this is true He gave no reason to prove that-'an Increase of trade with the'unlled would chang, and feeling. He q_ speech regarding the in vole tho government lown and the agreement can bo ter- harm done. Mr. Borden's contention that the agreement should be sub- to the people before bolng-ad- thus not well taken.- 'v Freeman MacLeod Co 80X679 Evi Borden and Agricultural Implements TOR SINCE, the terms of the reciprocity agreement have been announced the Conserva- tire pre.s ofrtie .been try- Ing to make the farmers dlssatlsfid with it on the plea that it should havo provided for a greater lowering of the duties on- agricultural imple- ments. They have Intimated, if not tnls issue is' shown. His promis actually stating definitely; that commission amount. -drove .out of 'business .fifteen to twen- ty-five; small industries, which in it- self rendered combines and merger. much easier. I say. we must first as- certain the facts. lA-ill guarantee that they will he dealt with justly." Away goes the mask and the pla face of the Conservative party and dwelt at length upon I 'e did not quote the speechei of the president where he stated definitely and emphatically that he ha. nc nought or desire fqr commercial un Ion or annexation. Buf> made the speeches nevertheless., Reciprocity Sine. 187> Mr. Borden .went .to considerable me united I 'o prove that-reciprocity will Ce the. relationship Pot Increase the .price of Canadian quoted .Mr. whea'-'bat-that tea price will be gov- lie 11.1 emed 'by 'nfifa .17- .._.._ the export 'price. He say. the American millers will je did not quote the speeche. of the j onl-v percentage of Canadl hirt wheat.to mix with .their .oft wheat'to make-thcir standard grade o flour and that-, the surplus will -be.oji the.world's market and he governor '-by export price.: He overlook, 'the fact that in Canada are being built Mr I mllls "'at "111 rival the Minneapolis h rt f 'ciproclty had been n rtoaH i-..-. noli, mills will' ha Muer i w a ve to compete with 'A: Mac- these mill, now If th, latest Canadian being tt. centre o according the area producing hard wheat, use n 187 o act w Lutes o r m-8ke r than party If returned'-: to power would grant the request of the western farmer, for a lower. or the entire removal of the duty. But whether the farmers took any stock in these professions or not now makes no( for Mr. Borden has spoiled the whole game. The report published of Mr. Bor- Meeting at Estevan, Sask.', in the Calgary Herald, which is one of the papers which has been trying to get the farmers to turn to the Conser- vative party to get their wish'grant- ed, says that the following straight question put to Mr. Borden and the accompanying answer follows: "Will you take off the duty on agri- cultural Implements, Air. came the third question. "I would deal with that through the efficient tariff commision which It i. proposed the Liberal-fonserva- Uallows." tlvgs will appoint when they are put in power, r do say that in dealing an Industry sucli as this ought along the-line, of ascertained facts. For instance, the reduction of-the tariff on agricultural implements In 1804 .'Harden and his pan are against reciprocity and agains any lowering of the tariff, in .pit of their ultra-loyalty cries, Mr. Bo den'told the farmers of Manitob that the party would not even lowe the dutie. .on goods coming from treat Britain 8y Increasing the pre ference. If the Conservative -press of the prairie provinces can find any bin- In .Mr. Borden's remarks above tated to warrant them In continuing to assure the farmers that the Con- servative party is In favor'of lower- Ing the duties on agricultural'Imple- ments, they either have surpassing in- sight or great Imagination. The fact It, and Mr. Borden's own words prove it, that'the Conservative party the protectionist party, that I In a high tariff so aptly ly one of the. Conservative ers ns one as "High o f the American the latter will of reclproc.ty such as i. offered In. the "e forced to raise their emeat U8e comt. r free ra, and gets the price and there I, no rea ni ted 'A'" that mted States, After Sir John's of hard wheat for use by Ueatn a Conservative government American mills will not preiail v hen 1 a American m.Hers can get a they to Standard Securities Company Real Estate and Investments failure of this mission that led sir ilfnd to say that the next rn one m anada hut Air Bor oner of reciprocity muse come, from de" tad say about it ex Wa'hlngton as !t dw fall when connection n.th se tne The Ine stock industries a should It be returned to oower at the next general election Mr Borden tries to the whole respon.ibillti for the tariff policy of the party on the .tariff commiselon that he proposes hut his promlt, to arrange tho tariff according to the recommendations of office I. tort of left handed prom lie. And at any rate, what will the The piedgvd to protection whether .Mr Bor I Swat the fly. .Make Letnbrldge a .potless town. 3 for King Edward V. Party oppose reciprocity. of evil. a comml..lon 3, Mr. Borden proposeL annot accomplish anything outside he wlshea of the party, and Mr. Bor- ea doe. not propose to put the tariff utside of party politics, Mr Borden knowing the general de. re In the we.t for a. lowering of 8llould have satisfied the Mr. Bergeron ihould not complain I reporters get him reported Income If- He Is such a big joke that the cannot report what he does t laughing. Lethbrldge audience 'with l-.vlng'the culars of his policy m that matter L I Canada's not a word of any increase of he L' aritlih preference, o-of eeUnr h of the western press that th. part} would remove or Partly remove the duty on agricultural rnplement. These are rttal que, on which da ight" to an expreselon of an onlnlnn B sh_oul11 on 1 to an expression of an opinion. of Iritlih Market And as to the more particular case t the date. If he 1___ Ir Wilfrid Launr, he i r some day but not yet i When Mr. Rorden get. .ome one else to, make his for him of tariff lowering, the agreement, Mr Borden did not M. P He may be a good whip for he party but he I. not up to raiMh a. a mouthpiece for the leader. crowd that turned out to hear Borden on such a stormy night is both a compliment to him RBd ,n If It would be of any gratification to the visiting Conservative leaders to give them credit for having brought I to Mosquito Cream Here's a summer evening comfort for you outdoors, no matter wheie you your own porch at home, In the vacation camp or luinmer resort. No mo.quitos, gnat. ur fllea of any kind can stand this mosquito cream They don't trouble person, pro- tected by it One application a etlccthe for hour., yet It washes off easily and will not-Injure the delicate skin If you have not already bought a bottle, get It now and be prepared to enjoy the .urnrner evenings when the mosquito, make life a torture for the unprotected. A large quarter1, worth of comfort in every bottle. Red Crow Book Co., Limited Avc. COMMENDS CITY COUNCIL To the Editor of the Herald. as a of Lethbndge four jears, write this letter to your paper ot my views concern ng the pnst, piesent and future of this city, as I haie come in persona contact with men haic been n Lethhrldge a good number oftyears and heard a little of their hlstor.v n the early I look upon such eople with great admiration in help- bnlld up this city by their id rough work 1 am often fllagusted in hearing many people have Just been In Canada a short time like myself, criticising the good work accomplished by different coun. ells and citlrens in the early davs, I have seen a great change in making Lethbrldge a better place to lhe In I 'eel confident in sajlng that the late Mayor Hendeison by his farsee Ing mind began the foundation ot this city There are manj people who dif- fered with the late mayor In man; of hi. views, who will admit now that his policv has been one of the main reasons in making Loth bridge one ot the great cities of Alberta, and I am glad to see tHe progressive polic.v has been carried out by the present mayor and coun ell We are well aware of the many critic, who often make a loud noise at public men, In insinuating that the.e men gain some benefit person- ally, In public life I can a.itir, critics, we would all be fool. If we had to put all our energies and hard work Into publlq and private life, without gaining some advantage, to onrMves since coming to this city I hare been an Interested reader In all matter, concerning the future wel- fare of Lethbrldge, and In my own per- opinion I believe the mayor and city council are more to adver the "Hr of Uthhrldge by the they are doing, inch oif streets, sewers, electric poner and street tra. ways. I know city councils, like all I diUdual., make many mistakes, but lememb-r the' iords spoken bj on of England's greatest statesmen, th late w: E Gladstone, in one of hi peeches- 'That tho mistake, w make.help us In the future to d hmgs better" I was sorry to read n the local papers a fow day. ago he discussion between mem 'hers at the board of trade meeting -Is t am not a member of the Iocs oard of trade, I hope the member, pardon my refeience to their dls- usslons, but m the Interest of 'our t> becoming one of the main busi- ess touns of the west, let them ban- sJi all hindrances and strife and re member the old naymg, "unity trength." Vours truly, HARRY DAWSON When your Buddlaa. uy to yen 'Look at the Fun You've Means that Brokel The man who sandTwf. hi. to uccess neier Is much of aleeper' There lan't Much Senae In PlnrtB.) Plug after icked i. Scratched! When the "Maybe" Man Muff. It he ways claim, that the Sun Got Into Eyes! Every Time a Man Say. on Don't Let On that I Said So" we' ink of the Old that A Dog hat'II Fetch a Bone'll Carry When paper (or row hoiiH, b. You will ;