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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ?y Herald Publishing Ce., Ud., evening at Its office, ilxth street, UthbHdge, Alberts, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managlng Dlreeter and editor. PHONE: IdltirUI, ind News Dipt.-. 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 .1 deilreredi.......I4.M montht, I Donthi, 1 month, DAILY tUHCRIPTION 1 .1 months, by I months, by Addresses clmngea an often as desired, but both new tad'old ad- dresses muit be tircB. WEEKLY HERAUO fubllahed every Wednesday In eight or more and contains summary of. the new, of tie week, local via district. 1 rear in advance I Bontbe, ui iWrsjicc 1 mootbe, in advance......60s THE DAIUY HERALD FOR AT Cross Druf t- Book Store, J. G. Robert- eon Co.. Jackson t Cope. Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Stora Co, II. W. Hamilton. Plnchtr D. L. -M'eCroa. Bros. Drug Jj Book Co. Ftrnle, B. Beat Cranbnok, B. Atcbison. L. Reloecke. Grassy Tuiham Dlsmend City Drug Co. Medicine B. C. World Wide Newii Co. t Brews 319 4th St Alio on ell C. P. R. A contemporary htj'a heading say) Ing "Heavy brought' very hltlcs disappointment to thousands." The article under. If CONN from Loiidotii not from Alberta. Tho British Columbia government I Is having the people lectured on how to clear'the land.; In Alberta a ne farm Is generally unwed with th I first, crop of wheat. Tho Root amendment to the rec proclty agrcoment iias hoeii vote down, and now the United States Sen will proceed to lop off the bra ches that somo forces tried to grow on the pact. Time for a Settlement' iaskntchowm boasts 'that over a thousand miles of railway will ho bull! In thai province this year. That la nothing compared to the i.....ibor of carshops that arc bo built In Al- berta. Macleod expects to get the C. X. R. and the G. T. P. earshots, and Sir William Whyto is just dying to locate the C. P. R. shops there if the town will let him. How would it do for tho town council to have a municipally- owned carshop and supply the who lot of G. H. Perley, at Calgary, accuse Ion. Frank Oliver ot trying to cloi he other Issues by making recipro ty the whole political Issue in th Vest. It is news for tho people o he West or the East to learn tha there is any olher great political i sue before the people at the presei time. National policy to the time the Con-1 wore dismissed from now- country In 1896 Such a do- clarutjon li lUilntcnu. It Is n plali falsehood What Mr. liorden hopon to gain by raying such i thing ho best knows.. Ho l> address- Ing iicoplo; many of whom arc now to Canada, and'doinot know her history) and such may bo fooled. But to make suoh declaration must srievo all his judicious friends who expected something different and bet. ter from him. ii.y, .Tune 1. in "Just par g Joke" CHAIRMAN GORDON of the Con- ciliation board, expresses the opinion of the general publjc when he says that he is tired of the jockeying being done .by the opposi parties in the coal strike. He says has got to stop and the parties mus present their ultimatum and the peo lacking in capital to keep them frpiu ruin should the strike continue. That ome of John Huron's constituent being the case, they might as well High River insisted on pinning make up their minds to call the fight "reciprocU-v" on him- He kep pie say "Hear, hear." months the operators After thre and miners should be able.jto say in a very feu sentences just what tliey wil riot give in order to arrive at a set tleinent. They cannot expect the ces satlon of work at the mines to con- tinue forever, and a settlement can be made now Just .as well as later. End] party seems'prepared to carry on the fight Indefinitely. The miners hive the' full support of th is Isarneti from Wyite is prepared to place party be- fore province and people, while Mr. Tate is (laying by ihe interest's of _.. __ ._ the people regardless ot his party a report of the Ontario Raiiwa'v'aiid affiliations. The advocates of reel- Municipal Board, there were less th-ir proclty believe that it'wlll' prove a telephones .In .the farm house.] food thing, not only for the particular of Ontario; now there are 50 000 re lart'of the country in which they live, Presenting a. capital investment of 14 but also (or the whole country and for 90 per cent, of these rural sys he Empire. The great mass of theJ terns having .been organized by'farm- people will not consider party in de- ers. No fact could "better Illustrate elding the issue, tut will consider the Ihe progresslveness of the Ontario nterests of the'country, and those farmers than'that. It Is surely hleh who are'prepared to sacrifice the gen. mark In expansion records ral interest to party advantage will ecelve small consideration at theli) jnds when the polling day comes. y- :3wat the fly. Make Lelhhridgo t spotleig town., By the way, it is noticed thm 0. H. Ferity, M. P., millionaire lumberman, In addreiies on reciprocity, li not saying much about the lumber sld0 ol ijlni Speaklni of reciprocity, Mr. Bordes say, .rather be right than prime minister.. He need not worry- He will never ibe either. The people of the Wmt-wlll not bo privileged to lee any hf the firm coins leaned from the Canadian mint They are.cppperi.- Bordsn Misleads the People (Montreal Witness.) Mr. Borden Is West; and seems be acting on the theory that the peo- pie, have short memories. How else could he bsve the ,'nefvV to proclaim to an audience of presumably falrlj) Intellectual .people that the reciprocity agreement constitutes not only an Im- iwrtant revision of tne tariff, but a reversal of Canada's fiscal policy for the past thirty years. Mr. liordnrt The milkman never comes our way I'm growing daily thinner. The butcher and the baker pass, There's no :bne to remind Oh, tell me, do they never thlnk Of the cat they've'left behind them? 'he dog next door has hidden bones, They're buried in the The parrot's boarding at tho 300, And so is the canary.' The neighbors scatter, free from care, There's nothing here to bind them; I wonder if they ever think Of the cat they've-left behind them? In the reign of Henrv IV of Franco I bea, d the round tail beard and the the lanous stiles of tace deviations artichoke leaf beard were distinguished heiid th as the e suillow beaul the aureole nkes a Long 1 ime for Some 01 Jfargarei, Duchess -of Parma, antl Regent of the Netherlands, under Phillip H., a long mustache on her upper lip. known n well ai anybody that reci- procity was s, conserva- tfve platform from the time of uuguratlon of A MaciloiwW, 'bor, SOME CONTRADICTIONS Froni Jir. Borden's Winnipeg Speech "Last year the great Western coun- try .was honored by a visit from the Prime Minister of camo i free trader, who had promised for many years before 1896, and pecially in 1S98 and 1894 to slay prot "There was no warning of any such reaty; there'was no mandate; more han that there was no cause." "Reciprocal trade preferences with the Empire would give us the ad- antage of trade with countries which equire our produces and which ca ffer us commodities this countr; oes not "Our home market will he opened ot only to the producers of the Un- ed will also be opened to ustralla, New Zealand and other Bri-. 9h possessions." "That report, shows the average o! rices for agricultural and animal pro ucts in Canada to' be higher than e average in the United States. A- ng thft boundary .fine the average ce of some 'commodities .has been gher in the United States, hut that penda upon special conditions, hlch would not continue this eaty came into force." We oppose this treaty became it cpuragei the expert of agricultural products In their .lowest and least flnlihed form. Our will be converted into or our wheat Into flour, not by Canadian la- .Iwr." 't (V PECULIAR AND PERTINENT A preacher directed eloquence ajainit the hirsute King Hmry 1, of England, and the obedient monarch gave hlmaclf Into the hand! of a bar- THE "GRANGERS" AT WORK N. Y. HeraW ;