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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTVF DAILY IIEHATJ1 Saliirdii.V, 2, 1011, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 'ubllihed by !h. Lethbrldge Hinld Co.: "..fl.. lawful at Iti offlct, Sixth W. A. and Sdltw. PHONE: PHONt: Editorial. Reportorlal, and Newt 1224 Ctrauiition ind Job Dtpti. 1252 .iJ.OI DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 detlfered I4.M j I uy months, 11.09 nooiha by oj onti's. 11.01 1 month, lit S mon'.iu, bj Addresses clinncja often ai deilrtd, out. botfc drettfls muit be fttrei. WEEKLV HERALO lnlitij Is or tone coutalai summary of o! tha local mil diitnct i, ID THE DAILY HERALD FOR RALE AT 1 year in artvaaon f fttoutha, iu Oroii Drut Store. J. 0. Robert- Co.. COM. Alexandra Hotel. Drug Stora t Co., 11. W. Hamilton. Plnchcr D. L.' McCroa. Eroi. Onii Boot Co. Fernls. B. Baal. Mrrficinn u.M.Norttum. Cra'nbrcok, AtCQlfOD. L. Diamond City Drrg Co. Vancouver, 3. C. World Wlda Cii. Browi 21S till SL .lamieson Newt Co.. 705 Hiverside Ave. Alio on ill C. P. R. Tralni. inwwt their domaini when we liavp the petition, nml a lurj'.cr cHiit- jipturiil ailvniltnups of arott. soil, lo- i of profit on otlr products when farmers' produce ports of bushels under tbe for the laud it grows .on. i tariff. 1( i-j reasonable to as- (hat when the duty is removed liuchamui has always stood for production of potatoes will be best interests of Southern Alberta ami i stimulated in tho potato in support reciprocity suing i ho sHme policy. freer aecet-s to the nearby market to j Cardston proves a winner again, j the south. Unc of Us farm ens carried off the i firnn! championship prize at th-o j At Medicine Hat. C. A. Ma'srath fair. j he was not concerned with the fiu'i that the Conservatives had en- Tito Canadian peonjp fnil to SOP the1 i rt favored to secure he patriotism of voting ayttinst tvciproc- j was dealing with presc-n! Uy and their own interests, when they j Of coarse, it is fifteen years since Know that tli? welfare of the imiivid- ihe Conservative' party tried to get nal citizens means the weH'inv'oi' ihe j reciprocity, for they have been out of ration. Patriotism is dovoiion to ihel power during all thai Him1. Bui. it is welfare of the whole nation. only or nine months since the ____ j tanners' delegation v.vnt to Ottawa "It was the British market (hat sav- j "I'd asked the government lo get. reel- ed Cniiridn when Ijncle Sam threw us procity, and Magrath promisee! Io j the .Toronto Tplesriin. i the farmers pet th-air demands.1 Hut does tho Telegram recollect that Perhaps Mr. Mtigrach can explain why Ute British mat'Stct free as the IMi- h-.-j was a few mon Mi? ft go concerned it I'd States market will he under reci- in an endeavor to secure reciprocity prociiy? now be is so absolutely opposed to it. A few months ago can hardly The Tories say that if rarlurocfiy to tje in tne Pnat in tll's cou" is adopted the Canadian tariff laws i sideniiion of u great political tjues- will bo niiide at Washington. Strange Mion. Present conditions are the same is it not. that though Britain gives j as they were then, free fra-de 10 Canada and Canada gives a decided preference to British goods Conservative campaigners are .-en- tbur the Canadian tariff has not been fleavorim; to make ;i plea against re- made ;u Londoii since IStiT? j riprccity on the grqnnd that the gov- ernmeut bad not received any man- The stoi'V growers of this country. I date from the people, and that an un-1 like Mr. Brailsiiaw, of Magrnth, fail cuRsiit.itional course was being fol-j to the fun or patriotism in losing flowed by the government in trying to from ten to twenty dollars en every force the agreement through without! jtnimal they get ready for -sale, simply a mandate. As matter of fact, cor-1 because they ure deprived of udmis- rouoratccl by Camulian history, the sion io the lM8t calile market in ihe U born Is have had several mandates world. That is why they arc support-! Uie people since the Conservu- J ing reciprocity., t-ivc regime. In 1SOG, 1900, 1904, and r liiflS, the Liberal policy j At a rousing meeting in Digby, X. S., repeatedly by a'jiiaibrity of-tbe elec- recently, Hon. W. S. Fielding trpnclud-'Uors, and the. vital or fundamental ed a strong -appeal, that reciprocity is principle of reciprocity has always not a party battle, but a measure to i hnen" a- of th'c "Uberai 'increase trade and reduce taxation. 'l'nat principle is the dominant ts-sue with the following pithy paragraph: Jin the present campaign, and it will "Reciprocity means1 new life, again'be by a still larger j Health, new strength, and new hope I majority of Canadian electors three to the maritime provinces. Come, ev-j weeks hence.' lYOUR OPPORTUNITY IS IN MACLEOD Lots 66x99, 5 blocks from Post Office and business centre and right in the heart of the best residen- tial district, for a short time only, at Terms, third cash, bal. 3 and 6 months. These lots will triple in value in the next year Lots in the centre of the wholesale district, on terms. These are worth right npw Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Annexation Bogey Exposed HON. S. FIELDING gav-e the annexation bogey a jolt that showed up its emptiness in bis address to the electors ot Nova Hcoti-a. He put tlh; matter plainly be- fore them, and before the people of the whole of Canada, when he said: "Nothing more clearly shows tbe weakness of the case against reci- procity than the fact that our op- ponems have to resort to the device of waving the British flag and ac- cusing the advocates of reciprocity of disloyalty. It is an old and well-worn trick which will not deceive intelli-- gent people. The glorious flag of the Empire was never intended to be iP3ed for mean a purpose. Never were the people of British North Am- erica more loyal or more contented with British institutions than during the period of the old reciprocity treaty. It was in the -very midst of that period that his late Majesty.King- Edward, then Prince of Wales, visit- ed Brltilth North America, and re- ceived everywhere such splendid evi- dence of the loyalty and, devotion of. our people. Sir John Mscdonald, Sir Charles Tupper. Sir John Thompson, g fhink Good for the Workingman Collier's.) The same argument that gives tha Canadian, two markets gives j the Canadian working mnn Miat ap- j proved check on i Tb-3 Canadian working man gets tbe, farmer coming and so to speak. The Canadian working man benefits i retire Into private life it: he is defeat- j on the Southern States fruit antl v-ege-j ed in these elections. So'he says: iti tables he eats In; winter and spring.' Laurier Can't Quit (Montreal Witness.) Sir Wilfrid Laurier will retire from _ tlie indeed willingly j to the extent of-the The- Standard Real Estate -Company OWNERS OF Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 he-.IB setting for his eggs nnd lie will the cost, or living for and .Mr. Foster and other public men of the Conservative party not deem ed disloyal when they labored with- out success to obtain reciprocal trade arrangements with the United tales. It will be difficult to persuade any- body that- the Canadian ministers of. today are disloyal when they have Carried on reciprocity negotiations which have been crowned with' suc- cess that was denied to their prede- cessors. 'N'o Canadian who is trading i today with citizens of tire United Stales, .in money or in merchandise, feel-o that he Jhnreby in any way com- promises himself as a loyal subject, of "the King, nor will any feeling nf that, kind be experienced by other citizens of Canada who will avail themselves of the IHrger opportunities of trada which we believe will he opened up to them by the reciprocity agree- ment. The pretence that, the Caned- i ta-n fanner, fisherman or lumberman who sells his products in United States Impairs his loyalty to his Ma- jesty, is an insnk to loyal Canadians, and will, I feel sure, he resented by them." jells them for 15 j doubtless his figures are somewhere eu in inesu j centa a dozen, and the consumer fiftv aliout right. is a vision of bliss to him, somewhat] ihe Canadian farmer, who can -not pathetic and touching; but he has no j grow for the early market on account i j- J f thought of retiring, for he has no j of our cimme, benefits by higner j of bein: tiring in such beaten. As for re-; prices he gets in the United .States j it would no i markc't for his superior -northern pro- iul a bushel iuss than it K> in Minneapo- a lis, but tlie price of flour is scarcelv Uonht be natural for a leader who had ducts when they, are in b-sason, and lis, led a defeat to put his followers in a when that market is exhausted than t here rree nosition to choose a fresh one. I Canadian working man catches him: llut might not so choose. They and the United States farmer too on leo.proci.y wi 11 give the farmer a might not let him -off it he wished it. the come-back-. general nctter PrlM Products and by Jlr. Gladstone retircd'hctore Sir elements of his diet come into Canada I up the channels of trade, "Just par-a Joke" e; at least lie tried j f'or nothing and twenty-one more come E fight for some twen- j in reduced rates. Me can pick j swee rrid _______ to: but be had to fight for some twen-j in at reduced rates. Me can nick, ty years longer. For Sir Wilfrid's and choose from half a hundred...... own sakfi he will have to continue on cleg of his daily procurable tin- j the field of battle. A little hoy, to I der circumstances of competitio away the little trusts which been robbing both buyer and Sell- That is tbe reason that r-aciproc- will increase the price of produce whom a syinuntheUc friend said: So j help him who-buys and do not hurt, j got. hurt by falling off a n'm who sells. The working man gets sn that! farinor ant' on tnfi- other hand )t hurt wl" lessen tlie cost c-i living. The Test "Do yon see tbat nice-looking man over there? That's my favorite auth- or." "What have you read "Nothing. But I i.janced with him twice last night." hand blackened her eyes. It was pro- bably contended that tbe pugilist was only making a sparring partner out of his partner for life. This is only rea- sonable. A should be willing lo help her husband in his profession and io talic an active interest in it. Tf a lady is prejudiced against black eyes she should not marry pugiliat. Such Is Fame Fame is a woivderfu! thing. X man may write