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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HfiBALI) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DIGIMICM HyWiltirt by TK. LMhkrlMtt.HiriM MMtelllni tvtry Uw4ul it Itt tJilh ItrMt, UtthkrWK, Allnrti, dnsd. 1224. W. A. (UCHANAN Dlrwier T. YK. UUAYi-B Mxiiglng Idllor JOHN TOKRANCE Mintw HHONI: .AlVerUelni Clrculatlen Job 1252 i. 'DAILY, 4 HOD 1 by ............I3.00 I delir.r.d.......K by null 11 CO as often as dMi.ed, but both ntw and old THE DAILY! HERALD M. Northnm. ;cok, lagon. Brur ft Book Store; J. 0 HobertBon Co JacJcwn i Co Alex- andra "Hotel; Peepla's Drur Store. i Co.; R. W. Hamilton. Plncher J. MltChlll; D. 1. McCrea Brcs, Drur Book Company. C.--Percy Crcnbrcok, B. ami Atch! blimond Citj. Drue Co. Vancouvtr, Q Wide Oropanv A Brown, Jumleson Kewe Co, 795 Avenue Afio an all C. P. R. Trains THE WBCKLV HKRALD Published every Wednnday In eifht or more and contalna a summary o( the of the local and district i month, to , Wednesday, May THEN W the inconsistent Attitude Conservative members ol Legislature are dilating on the public platform on the ex penditure and deb-t of the Province it be-a good .Idea for. electors to ask them w hy It tfas that when the appropriations twere before the flio tho same members of the 'opposition :Iet all go through wlth- challenging on? solitary vote ex cept those for demonstration It was ,peculiar.too that the only vote attacked was one designed help the faimers. The place to op- the Provincial expenditure is. In some weight could be en to platform iterances. Stewarts .et al let throjlgS with the exception mentioned, and in view of that fact it looks rather flimsy that tile -public platform should be .wholesale condemnation. The people of this Province expect oppo- sitions to do the work "in. the -Legisla- ture they are sent The Con- members in Albei are p'ledged to' every dollar of expendi- ture Province-except that for the farms, and they cannot escape the responsibility. -The Herald hefaitancj in say- ng thafth'e action of these members n the house in approving the espendi- much more indicative of a [efitre to see Alberta make progress ban ihe spectacle presented on'the ilatform of these same men strongly ondomning what they approved in the jeglalatuie it nation, noted for'lt commercial btulnwa iuittudi gho noinelhini for nothing? Recipro clly.js a btTnaln in, which both purtle to It have nomethlng (d gain. Where goes (he theory m' nutioi sacrifice? And happens 10 the ties to tho mothorlind, when the gate: are thus thrown What becomei, of the one and only buttress on whlot opposition to tho pact was baeed' Let these" explain. Reciprocity has become a nightmare to the Conservative forces. They dread'the. sound of'the woid more than ever In this proving at the pros ent time. They feel it be a power- ful agent In dashing thelr.hopes with regard to the present bye elections. For so long as leclprocity with Stntcj i> allied >to the principles of LlbcralUm It.must bo a factor In its campaigns, provincial or otherwise. The V. lends ot reciprocity arc tho fnemls of the -farmers. There Is no setting away from this. What can tho agricultural industry expect from false friends, who they know have nipped their industry and handicapped it In every way? Millions of they lost, and millions more III they lose so long as wider markets are de nied them There 1.3 a letter vvrlttin by a practical farmer, '.Mr. Lamarah Wlnnifred, and published In the Toronto Globe. He sajs. Now. what are the facts as to in the west by the defeat of reciprocity by the artisans and vvorkingmen of Ontario at the dic- tation of manufacturers? 1 have a letter from Mr. Hhynlauder, one of the largest dealers m gram in Minneapolis, who siys that "for the poorest grades of frozen wheat from Canada we could pay S2c per bushel at Minneapolis The poorest grades -brought from 30c to 40c per bushel .at elevators here. Deducting a freight rate of loc per bushel, including commis- sion, from Minneapolis prices with reciprocity in force, would have uetted the homesteader G7c in- of gain of 27c bushel The greatest difference in prices between Minneapolis maiket and here was upon lower grades of wheat. T sent a sample of mv poorest grade of wheat to Minneapolis. The grades there running from 'No. 1 Northern to mil ttie lauiplo gnd- ed 'reject'.''' offered 98c per biiihel fot It, but by the flme duty aiid freight deducted It would 'have only ae'tted mo GSo, but the here'on truck was With reciprocity In force the gnido would have brought' me T8c, or a difference of a to- tal of 1240 on a car of' 1000 bush- els. Total on the crop, jl raised', SfWV taking the different grades luto account. But this 11 not all; hero Is a prac- tical vsas, no doubt, pricticai qtwtlloii' There tiueitlon by .the opponents of Teciprocity iul'tho late elfctlou. How can we Hud markets- for whpat In tho United States when they have a surplus? .Tho answer. Is a simple one. -Ontario in some .localities has a-surplus ot wheat over local roqulrfinents, yet every mil! vin Ontario grinds fine-third North- west wheat. Why; Because they have to do so to'produce a blend of flour that with with Jhe. western "mills. In fact, all'flour mills in Canada, proportion of. weste'ra wheat, for the reason given "above. The- same thing have oc- curred under reciprocity with the United States. Every mill In United States would have been grinding Northwestern wheat. They would, have to do so to com- pete with those that did. Even if the United-States had plus of.wheat they would grifid Canadian .-Northwest wheat, had reciprocity carried, to supply quality p-f flour the market cie- jnands The total.loss to the people of Can- ada through the rejection s estimated at After.thla the farmers may well ask: our The great prilicIple-.oH the Liberal party in the Dominion, that of free and unlimited markets, must be which should de cide.the vote of elector, Federal or when he is called upon to exeretae it. The principle ot a party whose" every measure is "guided :by the desire for progress velopment-become more ernpHfied. .The justification of reci- procity is an earnest ot those prin- ciples t{ Two More Ones A Splendid Home BuUdingSite; 100 x 125 feet This piece of ground Is on nater and sower, facing east on 14th St (Ernest) between Bompaa and Courtland; lies high' and dry and should meet with the approval of the most skeptical. ini'ruviu 4 lots, No. 17-18-19-20, Block 122 Price ca.h, balance In ind 18 months ip6m bilckj house; 2 1-s' slorles on a lot 68 162, close In; hillf block fiom stre'et railway. This house IB has two bath rooms and heating plant' Is 'splendidly "arranged for an up-to-dato board-A Ing house and the small turn of handles tills proposition. Freemaii MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 A Micheher Argument NE Ot1 THE favorite themes o rns atia country, ami in Albert 'there .is nblexceptioh found to'the rule An eEfort. is made to create the am pression that the Provhice is sunk a most beyond hope'and to achance thf form of argument resort is made t statements which are of doubtful mor ahty The opposition leader was trained for a preacher and is therefore no expected to be strong on is gnen, to aeroplane flights in the realms of finance, and has fig out that the guai an teeing of the bonds oE the railwajs constitutes debt and that the credit of the Prov luce Is imperiled Any one who sits down quietly j for a. few moments and considers the point must come to. the conclusion that the argument is tery badly stretched, and that Jlichen- er is not above burning short corners in his oratorical oltorts. The policy of guaranteeing railway Jjopds Is not one, Al- berta anv exclusive rights to it's use Manitoba has guaranteed bonds up m the millions, and Mlchener points to that Province, governed by Mr. Roblin, as a model of political lence. The credit of aianitoba isn't imperilled by the Guarantee policj. British Columbia has guaranteed bonds and for much greater amounts thftti was ever thought of in Alberta, but .Mr. Mlchener tells the people that the McBrlde Government is a good one and goes ao far as to sty fyntl tthat Province bas no dibt. 1 iWhat die elecCors of Cardsfori an'l ner is vfhy av guarantee coasth ii, OUR POINT Watch Woolf Vwin.' -a. debt in Albirta, and Ii tlie which are gov- erned'by the Conservative party By what process of magic does the guarantee policy change from a men- acing monster in Alberta to idence of real statesmanship m Bntisli Co- lumbia. The C N. R.--has its bonds guaranteed t ih by the McBrlde Government in 'British Columbia, ;ahd the Confiervntive leaders in this Prov- ince tmnk th'at It is the proper caper. The 0 N H bonds are guaranteed in Manitoba -by. Govern- ment, and there also it is, statesman ship. The C. Js'. R. bonds are guaranteed n' Alberta by a Liberal Government and behold the change The guaraa- eelng of bonds Immediately becomes financial mill stone sure to gJnk the 'rovlnce deep In the quagmire of fi- uncial distress Surely any elector-can see through he of such reasoning ft s time for the Conservative leaders o cut out the nonsense about the uarantees constituting a debt against he Province, or become consistent id condemn the principle, whethe dopted in British Columbia or Al The guaranteeing of bonds Is the nly way in which to secure railway aclllties for the people, and the Her d fancies are sufficient to their own Interest to mea Jhe-Mlehennr style of argumeni its real worth Isn't it warm enough to change thorn? The mosquito is In our midst; Give slap into eternih. Our May snow storm is about due. Denver got it .first.' Great people are voting today The electors of Quebec and the burgesses of Lethbndge. Well, if the w eather keeps up to the present pitch stoim can float from Denver' without any objection being raised., About the only Tory whose name hasn't been mentioned as a possible successor to the late Judge Mabee John Herron i J' Cheer up, fliia Province ii not near- y so bad a place ai the Tory cam- paigners would make th'e people be- H What is a Phrase? OW PRONK oui Conservative friends appear to be to cling to the utterances of Presldem Taft ab a justification fc> their rejec turn, of tho reciprocity measure be tween this country and tho States Last September that historic phrase "The Parting of tho Ways" was made the most of, and plased lor all It was worth m rousing the sentiments and prejudices of the ultra-loyal. Toda> it is "Canada, an adjunct of the United Slates' Into both these phrases have been read meanings intended by the terson in whom they originated They have been given an .Interpreta- tion to suit tho purposes of their -ipolitical interpreters. To the unbiased reader the confi- dential letter of Mr. Taft can only have 9ne reading as to the meaning of the word "adjunct" in relation to Its context. Whs" Is It that he has written? more than this. amount of Ca-iadian product would take would pioduce a current of business between Western Canada and the United Stales." It Is the of bufiincK" that the Presi- dent had in mind on what was purelj and simply a business' transaction. This waa the meaning conveyed In tho letter to its recipient. For Roosevelt adds to UK economic Teutons given by Taft his owto penonil reisons, namely, thoua Indlotwl by-the itsrd "pollUcnI." I nothing to do with the political absorption of Canada. Thai Roosevelt did mean is clearly shown by his present attitude towards reci- procity, for, by his lolte faco In the matter, he IB using it as a matter of exigency -for his own personal political purposes- This is all there is In it, and all that has been in it But the opponents of the recipro- city pact become alarmed by dally disclosed that tho country Is becoming alue to the fact that a sarluus mistake was made last September. They view with appre- hension 'that when the time comes for the people to speak their minds anew on the question, that the leaders of the party will be thrown down from their high places. Hence tho desire to setre with avidity the1 morsel just thrown out, and to distort and magnify it out meaning and .proportion Even noxp lome of the organs of the party aie constrained by tne force of circumstances to admit that the United States market Is necessary for this country. But with a wry face they vainly prophesy that the time will come when the southern republic will throw open its doors to Canada without requiring n reciprocal action. The thought Is as foolish as the hope of those indulge in It. Taking the present trend ot the American nlnd, what would be so dsrlnc to jflropow so oiie-fliled a It has been ruled that a gramaphone s a musical instrument. 'Tl3 true, except between the hours of midnight and eight in the morning, when n is very much of a nuisance While the member for Lethbridge was .about the. SIfton Government up and down' ways Premier Sifton was making a statesmanlike, speech that impressed the people of.JIajrath North had a frost and it tried 'to think Western Canada had one -too, but we don't copy everything, not even in its opposition to reciprocity. railway map looki lire a piefce of waste paper when put alongside the actual flgures_of rail- ways, whose bonds have teed for lines in Southern Alberta. "A municipal coal they are Is" the way Eugene Coste, of the Prairie, Fuel, Co, treats a Cal- gary proposition' What ''else would one- expect, f ropai Mr, Coste, who has a very poof opinion ot coal, wood or other .fuels, when he hmi natural gas THE OTAlTnmn CTPiiniTirn STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 7 Phone 1291 Since the making luch a desperate effort to win Cirdston that map ought to be made to show that more railways north of the Crow'i Nest Pass railway have had' their bonds guaranteed than south of it Then the dear old map could be plac- ed in 'the truthful column. No Fliei on Cult (Gait Reporter) The truth aboutJ3mlt ii that It's the moet progpetous, the moat substan- tial, the most picturesque, the husleat, the wealthiest, the cleanest place of its Canada. t A Spring Jokt Press) The Peterborough'Times' nominates J. IT Burnham, M P, a successor LO Judge Mahee. Perish the thouglit! What n'ould th'e House of Commons be without Its John Harapden? Sport to the Fore (Toronto Olobe) Sport occupies a remarkable place n the American newspaper of today In Chicago strike has forced the newspapers to get out Is- sues. The Record-Herald, one of the best papers of the city, given one full page to sport, three eolumnii'to mar- ket reports, tuc- columns to editorial, and two pages to local' general Helping Billy Out (Toronto Telegiam) Will somebody please mention W. P Maclean, JI.P, as a possible suc- cessor to the late J. P. wise .Mr. Maclean will have to do it ilmself. O-Jr City r (The Pi eibyterian, Toronto) Lethbrldge was the Mecca of Al- berta Presbyterians thlti It Is n attractive, progressive city, with a fame that is continental on account t the meeting of the Dry Farming Congress.there this summer. Insure Your Crop Against flail r -r- t Tlie Canadian Indemiiifcy Company, of Winnipeg; have recently 6b tained a charter from the-Provincial Government for the writing of- HAIL INSURANCE in This company is financially sound and losses will be promptly paid. Pitll information obtained from this office. All classes of insurance written, including lire, Life, Accident, Emr oyers' .liability, Live Stock, ployer H. J. H. SKEITH i Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 Mosquito Cream IVo mosquitoes can stand our Mosquito Cream They don'fc trouble.persons protected by it. One application Ii effective for hours, yet it washes off n't be without It. 'A large quarters worth, of comfort In Do package. Mslly. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited T. H. McCHIAPV, Mfr. PHONE (H. We have the client You have the listing Let Us Work Together MITFORD CO. Office Open Phone 1235 Oppoiite Her.ld ;