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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DKOEMBKn 1OOT V Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd- tawfulievanteg At It. office, street, Lelhbrldg., AIMrta, Can. W. A, Dlreetcr PHONE: Advertiilni Roportorl.l, Newi 1224 months. delivered..... at M months, II'M 1 moots, OAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATM 1 jeir, saa noethi, bj I noatha, by i l.........11 i1 u bibbed sua year in id matt firm WEIKLV HENAU) Wwlnesiltr Is o( Us news oc eoBtalis and THE DAILV HtHALt> IALI AT Crow Prut Cwnbroek, a fc.Book Store, J. Q. Itobtft. son t Co.. Jackson ft Cope. Alexandra Hotel. People's Drug Co, Hamilton. Plnoher D. L. Broe. Mberta Drai Attkleea L. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, 8. C. World Wide News SIS 4ti Janiieson News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Also on ill''C. f. R. Trtlns. TJTF LKTHBRTDOE DAILY HERALP to he tlw sumo Freo ciilrauce (o the Minneapolis, tharket "'HI give the Canadian fnrmer belter KiMdi's and better -prices. ineiins n lot on n crop like Western l-anndn produces. for Buchanan. Those wb0 celebrated Labor Dav nd a Juicy time of It. Keclproclty menus cheaper agrlcul- iral implements. 'I'aber is going to show Its resent- of being called Tory Taher bv ng Buchanan and reciprocltv a big on election day. Speaking at Medicine Hat C 'A >srnth said that Lanrler had prom-' 'd not to hurt the d he had not done so. Just of the Dominion! "They, coinluj to the' parting of waya." This hui been circulated free- by the Opposition, always with he Intent to make I hut 1 resident had reference to the soMII- parting'of the the way to innesation, when, ns a nmimr fact, he President had no stieb, tboiujbt In nind, and In the minds of bonest people, could never hare been so interpreted. We know of no bet 'or interpreter of Taft's words than i the President himself, and for that reason take the liberty of Quoting Just exactly what was said by him on 'hat occasion: "The Dominion has Bready prospered. It has active, aggressive and Intelligent people. They are coming to the parting of the ways. They e0on decide wheth- er they are to regard M Rotated permanently from our mar- kets by a perjietunl wall, or whether o "M tn -A x-r trs: Ihst It was In. connection with com-1 niercial relations of the two conn- c wlbene it the fsrmers, your best customers. busllel- weigh campaljn, W. A. Buch.n.n .will' nof be 1110. work The H.rald, which will be eon. duMed membtn oMhe A Conservative Farmer's View BRANDON, a well-knowi -IV. ftwtner, near Canningtou. On and-a, prominent Conser writes in the Farmer's Sun, Toronto, that he Is at variance with the Opposition leader on the recipro- city agreement. Mr. Brandon cannot conceive why would lose their ImHy selliag food stuffs to tte United States any more if the duty were removed, than they do with it on, -been doing. He "Reciprocity, if enacted, would add 30c. to each bushel of- barley. JSO to esch horse, from S3 to J10 to each bul- lock sold, to each ton of hay, ami would remove 2Sc. per bushel ode. per bushel against our 'peas an on going 10 the United State eg The farmer sell- at .Minneapolis' gets the n oShs. .apos gets the of Mlbs., and the difference I, he pnc.s for .Vo. between Win, "S and .Minneapolis beside. rs should calculate what that o them on ,his uion uominerca rari( which will it nerce and not political ti'iee that we had reached the "parting of the ways." But the Conservatives continue to howl their heads off that the President meant annexation, and' they try to make it soak 'deep in the of the "British born." Why', not be honest in th'e tell the truth, and let the Presi- ient's words stand for just what they Commercial trade and coin- YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS IN MACLEOD Lots 66x99, 5 blocks from Post Office and business centre and right in the heart of the best faal distnct, for a short time only, at Terms third cash, bal. 3 and 6 months tots will triple in value in the next year Lots in the centre of the wholesale district, nn terms. These are worth right now Freeman MacLeod Co. 80x679 Phone 1212 To eliminate dominating the bi.s Pikers' keepin, Up the price-. to er( Doping down, the to the producsrs of the cattle, hogs and sheep union. The- r n, 1.1 o'1-.-ep, is one Wl h missions of reciprocity. market. The Canadian Manufactu ers' Association and the favored trust ind mergers ha our old political skilfully anchore party to the rea a end of their crusade of deception unc 1' slander." Canadians Will Come Back MR. GEORGE SUTHERLAND, business manager of two large papers published in Chicago. the Western British 'American and the Canadian is a loyal Can- adian, and an enthusiastic supporter of reciprocity. 'He says he cannot see why manu- facturers In Canada, even the mak- 'efS of agricultural Implements, can be Wt by the agreement. Speaking. of the thousands of Can- adians who are noiv. in the States, and who are ardent supporters of reciproc- ity, he said: "Tlrey want to come back to Can- ada. They left their native soil when want to come back to Canada. I have spoken with thousands during the time tint the matter, has been 'before fyjth, countries for .discussion, who were anilous to get back into Can- ada, and who thought that reciprocity Improve Conditions in Can- would they thought there would be more ada that.it would make their return possible. "At a meeting to iie ract held recently at the. Auditorium, Cl cago, under the auspices of the Brit- ish Welcome League, five thousand people were; present, and the vote fa- vored reciprocity almost unanimous- ly." Who will-assume to say that the re- turn of these loyal Canadians to their er prices, and the cheaper goods. Western Sentiment H-tainliion Herald, ind.) s no class is the attempt to dis- iCreilit oy raising the i nexation cry resented more than by j is ?e i tilie 'armers OI the prairie provinces. They resent it all the more keenly be- they realize that it was stock raiser' wiiP'seT resuonse demands that- the udiei ___ made I ha ,h consumer can buv agreement was I une of tiiem, evidently a farmer from _'; I S. Watklns.. of -Langna.., to the London. Daily St. John. N-. B., I .Mail protesting against notion j that reciprocity is likely to affect the Tal loyalty of the Canadian farm- 1 ISfKI, Hon. ers. On the he 'ed that "the "Keep us apart and not let us trade lo procure j freely with our nearest neighbor an 1 world, mcrej might begin to to put in and the U'n-! "m lot with the Lmted States Re was before I CJpiocIU lessens the danger of "r-o afflicted i and dofs not mcreise it L t I has 'lln'Trf Sl" that i -alienated his sympathies UMrge h lovil subioc I the j Unn Usstern -umers e W i take a back seat ftom ainone on In "IS io persuade the alh to the II IK neither-do wenfod1 country to vote I protected othei and -V. cla.s interests to and WLD When sn few out invention in Clifford SiftnV, tariff "'eio'e free trade with rtinUarh r Standard ''Securities. Company Real Estate and Investments Hon Clifford 'e C OWNERS OF chance of advancement in the States I native land would not be'a'good'th' tnan m .their own country, and they'for this country? ranch lines 'Sht to he. He t hat he thinks Is-wrong ull lhat can be found MlTd arpimeni is 'thai tl oca Ion of railway lilies Ha's" nothi, to do with the present' reciprocit and Buchanan, the recipr city candidate.- had .nothing to do wi, are A .VOTHER important benefit' to be derived from the .operation of reciprocity on the wheat question will be a. change jn the stan- dard of grading, which will give the Cajiadlan farmer i distinct advantage by allowing him the hjgher grading that he will be entitled to. This is demomtrstud by statements made by Mr. J. Hamblen, a prominent farmer and wheat from Ozalla, In- diana, who has recently been visiting different points In this province. He :his large land holdings In Southern Alberta, and bo is convinced that the i Canadian farmer has a distinct ad- ;Tantage over the American farmer. He wai formerly opposed to the reci- procity agreement, but since he has had opportunities to investigate condi- tions on this side of the line, he has concluded that as'a purely commer- Better Grading of Wheat cial proposition it will be a real go thing, and be Is now supporting He is an expert judge Oi wheat, an when shown a sample Of ,-heat grmi near Barons, he graded !t as No while in Calgary it was graded No. ket quotations show a differenc W centi per bushel between X I and Ao. 3, so that under a fair grad ng on a bushel crop the Can adian farmer would gain so I he Llnlted States grading tegoverne bj weight a, well as by color an "lure, and the great benefit that wi accrue to Canadian farmers throng reciprocity will come by. the fair! grading which must be given to mee American conditions, and their desin io get Canadian wheat It i deal .1. in the fai at the elevator and the open mar Bat the Canadian farmer wants. Prosperity Promotes Patriotis IT 18 AN historic fact that during the last few years preceding the! overthrow of the Conservative Canadians m Party in 1SS6 lhat many had become disnatisfted with exist- ing conditions to such an extent that they favored commercial union and anruxflion wits the ITnltcd Siito Os an alternative measure of relief and the depressed condition of api- culture, industry and commerce drove thousands ot our beet young Canad- to seek employment in Uncle Ham's domain. Col. G. T. Denlson's book, The struggle for Imperial tells of an all-eyed conspiracy to bring about annexation in 1SHO and 1S91. But Jince a Liberal government came in- to power and established a fair reasonable tariff .giving'greater free- dom of trade and a British preference, commercm] confidence In he stability of the way lor degree of pros- perity Canada is now enjoying sentiment In favor of nnnevalion Is en- lirely eliminated, and Canadian lov., ty and patriotism has bc-en' i .intensified. The largo Increase in volume of our international commerce IMS. not diminished oilr.loyaltv in anv neither would a still closer wm.mer.lal and fraternal Interconre. -ike any difference in our allegiance the Crown or our admiratimi for our own country. A prosperous, co nappy people have mor reason to be proud of govern and his representatives, and thei Patriotism cannot be questioned At present our trade with (he Ited States.is three times the volum lhat.lt was twenty years ago, there lore, according to the platform preach of a lot of youthful politicians aspire to be supporters of Hon L, Bprden, Canadians are now three a, disloyal as they were before he Liberals came Into "ch ii not. the case. It very dot fill if half-a-dozen avowed nnnexa- bc ,s thc ng o do wit He location of the railways referre "The Parting of the Ways" IMagrath" Pioneer.) It displays a miserable and desplo- hle weakness for papers.-pani-es or politicians to resort to subterfuge de- eptmn and. lying In order.to bolster P their cause and furnish them with omething to talk about. Probably no xpresslon has done better service in ic mouths and papers of Conserva- ves than the utteriince of President aft in his special message to Con- ress where he raed these words that Mr opinion r- j a loiisonable one Some with' the (years ago there was a -strong anneva- tlon movement in Canada, and s very Influenilal -men actively partici- pated hi It. It had Its origin in the discontent which Intro-1 duction of tree trada, in.Britain and! the eonseriuent removal.of the special Privileges which Canada had enjo.vnd in the British market. Shut off from the markets of the United States, Ca- mdian trade languished, '-and it was n order that Canadians, might obtain "cct'js to the American" markets that le annexation'movement'-was start- d. Think Marningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 "Just fior_a Yoke" Then came the reciprocity agree- ment of ISai, negotiated by Lord El- gin. Soon after it came Into force an- exation -sentiment disappeared' on his side of the border. There Is no doubt that our Western irniers are very desirous-of obtdin- ng reciprocity with thfe Stiles: Is It p't that to 'Isny hem what they want will bij more kely to breed discontent and promo nnexation among -th-, an to let them have what th want? t: How It Could Ache Bonnere-That's the second tlino you have used th-a phrase "nchine void." I'wish'you would tell me bow a void can ache? Jenners-Easlest thins on earth- llai'e a head'. MTC thil febl hM Ihr fool-t.ll. I UK Mrn by, No 764 great satisfaction in making and bedding of such fine quality at to win compliments like this: l" lkt I1ol .nd Uil i. OttlW..'' There'i greit utiif.cUtn, too, in buying and using bedi w much better than ordinary, especially when they coil no more. See that the I DEAL trade mark on the bed you buy. Aik ui for dealer'i neareil you. Seoh No. 140 IDEAL BEDDING TORONTO WtNMIPIO "I met Dunkey today for the firs for year. He "Oh, he hasn't changed at all seem to realize it." do yoti "Oh, he's forever talking aboii wnat a fool be used to be.'" "I've jirat written a scathing letlei denouncing that newspaper, calling it cowardly and said the In- dignant citizen. "Did. yon sign vonr name to asked the stranger "Xo signed it 'One Who Knows.' I did not the editor to know who wrote he replied. A dishevelled citizen rushsd into oston police station one afternoon nd shouted for vengeance. automobile thut hit me fiv ,imiles ;iEO was Xo. he spin red. "I can prove that he was exceed 8 the.speed limit, and I want "Von want a warrant for his ar- 'W'arrant, nothing. what good ould a wsrrant dn me at tho rate he going? I-want extradition .pa jpton Sinclair, in a lecture in condemned Industrial or busi- ness morality. "H'a nil he said, "but ev- one thinks it. is all right. It re- minds me of Tin Can. lu a Tin Can poker Kamc a tenderfoot ,mv four acM from I he.bottom of Ihe pnck -The lemlorfnol nuahed wll.li Indium lion. He tiirnml io a Tin Can native 'iJld you, see 'Sec what thai hound four jice.s.' j said ilin native, I, prlstd tone, 'wasn't it his de Nothing. For Nothing H was said by all the neighbors of Snulnchtay that he bad nevci been known to sive away anything in life. He .either sold it Or de- manded something in. exchange. On one occasion- he; was maklns'a lon- railway journey. TIV8 '30at directly m front of him was occupied by a man-who hail "been coifghln? an-1 snoozing at frciiupni Vinterva'ls for more than- an. liour. last '.llr Sniilnchjey leaned forward mid- spoke to him. "That's'a pretty bad cold you. went'1 to lip said. "Worst one I ever had in my wheezed the other "Well, I know a simple'and harm- less remedy, absolutely sure, that will cure II inside oMwo'daj-s." "Soliie patent ran make" it up at1 home." "I shall be very grateful if yon will tell- me, what "I'll do it, said Mr. Sciuinchley, narrowing his eyelids, "if "you'll fell me wlmt'll drive away these warts' got on my left -'ompiuiion. Farmers Deal Wilb The tnicn Bank of Canada becatise they find OUT service cotirtcotts and satisfacton-. Collecting Sale cash by Money Order or Letters of Credit to provide funds 'for a trip-cver.y facility which' .1 progressive-Bank .can oficris at your service .at any.-Braucli'of The Union- Bank.of Canada. Mtln Office cor. Round i Redpatb R, TINNING, Manager. Stirling Acting M.nag.r. Grai.y W. Luckhardt, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE _ TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES by Ihe ,di Bink of Commeicc mwt convenient cip-, counlne, ,s on Urn Cu. ol cheque. cheques jro issued in denonim it.ons 5.10 ?20, 5100 ami miy be obi lined on nppla it the 1, ink cheques 1 C imdnn B Cojuncruclnsisstied hoo! lu uititkd oi .bout lo be sen frc, to nnui, ,or T k of Branch C, G. 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