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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD LEtliBRlDGE .KSTASI-ISHIEO O^OCMBCR taoT PubllitMd by the LethBrldge Herald Publlthing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening-at Its office, Sixth street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. BiUCHANAN-Managing Director j(nd Editor. PHONE: _- PHONE: Advertlting Editorial, Raportorlal, and New* Dept.- 1224 Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, delivered____'____14.00 inpany Real Estate 1 bivestments Conservative part\ did become completely disorganized, and that will not be affected seriously, in fact, many of them declare they will be Seems to Be Only Effective Way (Birmingham Age-Herald.) Francisco I. Madero is trying to apply the recall to old man Diaz but he should not attempt to shoot it into him. OWNERS OF Morninsrsid Would Be An Awful Drop I St. Paul Dispatch) The small American boy will mourn if Buffalo Bill descends from the region of romance to a seat in the Arizona Senate. , _______________----I-----.. ...v-tu ui^viaic: luey will oe Mr. Borden considered resigning the!benefitted. The manufacturers squeal leadership. On this question of reci-jed and growled for weeks, but now procity, this once great parly has tak-!they find they are not hurt, and so en the blindly partisan attitude of op- indignant are some of the Western posing the agreement, primarily be-: Tories that they are trying to make cause it was fathered by a Liberal gov-! good with the farmers now by tie-ernment. Then they got into the man'manding more duties off on manufac-ufacturers' bund wagon, and began, t tired goods. The sane public is find-howling disloyalty and death to our in-1 ing that the agreement g>es better dustries. A great commotion was; and wider markets for our products, raised, capitalist IJ'beralfi stepped Into; while our industries are left protected the band wagon, too, and , ' "Becky Sharp," which will be moving in and out or occupying seals:-^^f" tears M,-s. Fiske's opening play. .Mr. Dixey in the House. At last Sir James enter-^"'^ ^^'"'"'e Irom the chamber. ed, and one of them turned to ,he, "'""^"'"^ "^'^ ^^^'^ f^'^�^' other with the remark: "Being in pow- Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Mr. birih. birth. A Conservative leader in a provinciaL ways had, and are alwavs sure of hav legislature has declared strnnsly for ing. Geo. Lane's View GKO, LANK, nf Gordon, Irnnsides aufl fares, ibc big raucher. is persisieul in his advocacy of reciprocii> .\o man is betipr (|iialifi-ed to express an opinion on ihe agreement Irom the rauchir's .si.widpoinl than he i-'s. In a lei't'i- sent lo llnn. Frank Oliver at (Ottawa a few weeks ago, lie said: "You are aware of bow tlie canle interests ha\e suffered in ihi.s (-onniry In the last twenty years. reriaiii- ly ha.ve got the greatest mixed farm Ing country in the Dominion, and probably there are none better in the In Ited States. You have not half, ibe cai tie in this country that yon had ten years ago. What is the renson? 'liie high tariff on the A,nierican side, tiie embargo in England, the high railroad and steamship rates,'is what has caused the reduction of cattle In this country. You have got the couniry to r^se them, but not the market. I think a great many Inislness ftien are like in.vself. We thought the only danger of the agreement not going through would come from the I'nited Stales, and now we find it coming from some of our own people, .Now, -Mr. Oliver I do not ihink you are hearing from the mass of the people. It seems lo me lo be only Ihe manufacturers and the large corporations who are speaking. I am sure ihe farmers and majority of huainesB men would wake up if they thought there was any danger of the reciprocity agreement being defeated in the House. I attended a Hoard of Trade ineeling in Calvary oil the 27lh, and found 2� In favor and 111 oposed to It. 1 spoke to some of the opposition afterwards, and tliey told ine they had many let-iters from the manufacturerB. and that 'w-as the reason they opposed it. 1 feel sure that Td, if not SO. per cent, of Ihe people of Alberta favor it." Loyal Englishmen (Montreal Herald.) Haultnin is an ISngllshman by Mr. Lake is an Englishman by Both are Canadians by long residence and mnch public service. Their word ought to be as good as anybody's on the effect of the reciprocity compact upon our relations with the Mother Country, Tell Us Why, Boys (Stratford Beacon.) Why don't the newspapers opposed to reciprocity refuse advertisements from the United States? If receiving American money on farm products will convert the Canadian farmer into a Yankee, will not receiving money of the same kind convert the Conservative editor into a citizen of the great republic, or at least make him long for anne.xatlon to the I'nited States? \'ery probably he thinks he Is made of superior stuff, which cannot be tempted in that way. What do his farmer friends think of the low estimate which such editors put upon I their loyalty? er does not calm the Premier. Why, I positively believe he looks mor bellicose than ever." "Oh, I don't know," replied her friend, "I do not think he is any stouter than he was last year." public �^ye FAME'S PATHWAY One of the happiest of the retired sea dogs is Rear-Adniirnl Schley. He has a little granddaughter who keeps him busy. will have the role of the .Marquis of Sieyne, A UNIQUE MAN (Toronto SatuMay >fight.) Charies C. Blackader, of Halifax, .Mrs. LesliiB Carter lost out in her efforts lo save from sale by a New York hotel, a number of personal articles seized to liquidate a board bill of |1,14G. The recent appointment of Henry 'Sherman Routell, of Illinois, as United States minister to Portugal, places one more charming young American girl in the .Vmerican legations in Europe. Miss Alice Boutell, the only daughter of the Portugal minister, and Mrs. Boutell, is one of the best liked girls in Washington, and has often been called the best dressed girl in the capital. the diplomatic service slnoe 1883. Mr. ^Vhite was born at Baltimore, Hi,, aa March 29. 1850. His etfuoatloa -was obtained through pflvkt*.