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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIDGE HERALD TO-NIGHT IN Prominent Conservative on a Liberal Platform (Continued from Front Page.) "if the United .Stales has one cent he best of Canada now, how docs .'iinaitn retain her markrt and the answered by loud applause, le quoted lion, Clco. E. Foster as a short, time "We "'ill C deeper tbe channels of trade be- Tuesday, September 5, .1011. .tand WHS while agromi the boundu-y land us gooi wan bringing only The C. 1'. 11 land office In Seitll., ban imlntcd oii.ltii windows tint Jf recipro- city joos Into Canadian Inndu will Increase 100 per cent. In vnluo. He spoke of the pact as not a treaty but an arrangement which either party nay lerminato on thu shortest notice, it Is what the farmers of Canada nuked for at Ottawa last year, and while the united Fanners of Alberta arc not allied with any political party, yot they are out as an organization to sup. port the reciprocity pact. The flnunc- dig deeper tbe channels trade be- reciprocity pact. The flnunc- Ibis country anil Ihe United iutorcsts of the iStates." Xmv ,av, "suv us from JV overrule; the fa.....era If the F till- Vincric J" n M1 are-returned to power. ,V explained Hon. Buchanan asked the electors of 1 I litlm-il .Sifion's stand as thai of a j to show their voice In t.'io f .man who has become rich and fat and coming oul on tbii 21st day doesn't want rcciprocilv. .-ireillct- "lul their vole STARtAND Be sure to hear Miss Sutherland to-night, or you will be sorry the rest of your life. She is Canada's Greatest Dramatic Artist. The audience was simply delighted with her programme last night j doesn't want reeiprocily. anil (ireillct- ji'il in the passing Oi this measure a j solution in the problem oi terminal j elevators and faulty inspection of [grain. Keferring to Mr. Masrath he I characterized him as a line 1111111 and friend, and said he greatly respect- led him, but he st'ond for the "mon- !led" class True, be had helped de- velop thi.s town, but his work has ,'been profitable to him. Dr. (iaihraitb .advised electors oi Haymond to vote for a man who is not tied up, irninicd interests, and (lie name of A- Hiiclmnnn hroiisht forth aa-I jollier round of applause during ,Uiich the speaker took his seal. The Candidate for reclprooltv. lIT-i Labor Day Celebration (Continued from Front Page.) To-night 8.30 m Admission 50c The last speaker of (be evening was i the reciprocity candidate in the I'orth- The Races j The following is a list of the events U'nd the winners: 100 Yards Piton: 2. .Mead j Half Mile-1. Dion: 2, Slewart. Dash, for union men oilly I. Piton: 2. .Mead: :i. Schiffer. Old .Men's jtace. fifty years and over 25 Ii. Harris: 2. .1. Carr. ilarrlad Women's Race, 50 1, Mrs. Earl; 2, Mrs. Hear. 100 Come 300 Seats "THE BLUE BIRD" Bandsmen's Race, In uniform coming election, and he h.-id the i Sundnl: 2, Chandler, i divided altcntion of his audience fur I'lulles' if'lc0' Vards-Miss than an hour. He began bv >Ilss I i saying that he was proud to he a J Liberal, a Canadian, and glad to be Liadvoraling a policy in the interests P.of the Canadian- people. He went Eback to 1851 and showed thai during Lord Elgin's administration ncgoti- Committee Race, 100 wood, Peterson. Children's Races Boys tinder Si.v, 25 Mil ler, C. Wilson. 1-iirls Under Six, 25 Brooks, L. Smith. v. wnar u, OIlIllll. ations for reeiprocily with the U. S. Boys Under Nlne-A. Wasulak, IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT (Oliver, was yesterday appointed com Ottawa. Sept. B. Markin, for missioner of national parks private secretary to Hon. Frank headquarters at Ottawa. A Mv Aotifwo B.lt, in liuit deiif Ml'ttfaU-for lull B.pl.I. tklMlkoit. ll MM 19 10 30. CORSETS There a model made :tW fits your figure to perfection. Be particular to get it and there'H ke no difficulty in getting the "right hang" to your gowns or suits. No other corwt imparts such gracefulness and true of style. A.k for a ]a Grac. at_the best 1911 style look Wit yeu Lomp.ny. Limited, Toronto Reciprocity and its Effects JJponjhe_Price_of Whea (Continued from Page 3.) operated against our gettin its full price. In an argument in defence of rec procity, prepared by of the u; S. Commerce''Deinrtraen and submitted to. tbe S. Senate he point urged that're ciprocity by giving an additiqnal mar ret to tbe Canadiin wheat -grower vill check the too'.rapid delivery o Canadian wheat .upon the Liverjjoo market, and the consequent lowering f the price. Canadian wheat, i aid. "goes directly (0 the market centres of Europe, in large at a time when it is least needed to meet the world's demand. Thus "en- sues an enforced depression, occas- ioned by the over-abundance. Lowe, Prices thus brought about are reflect- ed into every market throughout our The conditions thus described will become more prejudicial to the inter- ests of Canadian wheat raisers as onr exportation surplus grows. The open- ng of tbe a S. market is almost a providential refer from the pros- pects of congested British markets and lowered prices. Reciprocity Moans Higher Prices Our present home market takes _f Some fiftV million wheat. es car- of some fifty million bushels of wheat. The highest grades are used at home, the English milling demand being chiefly for No. 'i grade. Heel- procity will double, perhaps treble our markets on this continent, leavin" n surplus for England and th-a jlllifi been carried on by the Conserva- tive party, partly because Canada ihat the U. S. farmer was get- ting better prices for his grain, but largely to step.- the tide of aunexa- jlion sentiment growing in the United Slates. Now the Conservative party attribute tbe bringing about of an- nexation if the pact, should carry. Sir A. Macdonald, he quoted as al- ways in favou of reciprocity, and that in his last..appeal to I he" coun- try he had a reciprocity plank in his platform. Likewise Sir John Thomp- son and later Hon. Geo. E. Foster went to Washington for the Conser- vative parti- and advocate! just what we arc asking, today. During the last session of parliament two Conserva- tive members, ...Vortlmip and Dr. ''hisholm. both said they would sup- port tbe measure, but are now op- posing it on party lines. These con- nidietions are not on economic linns nd into them .is brought the cry of isloyalty. Why'the Millers Kick Jlr. Buchanan then dealt wlih the ffect of the pact on the prices of rain. He drew attention to the. fact lat millers are kicking and among hem 0. Green, tbat the price of rain will be lowered. Strange that a iller should object to the lowering of se price, of wheat, but if it is raised ere is good reason. He compared at points along-the internation- boundary his hearers at on wheat shipped to the other side the line there is no reduction of 3 r cent, for recle'aning at Port Will- m, and no freight paid oh so much rt. In the U. S. market the small heat is cleaned out-and made.into ed and the seller is paid for it. Here cleaning is absolute loss and worse. Carr. Girls Under Hllnrer. 11. Estrop. lioys Under'Twelve, 50 Sinnott, C. .Miller. Girls Under Twelve, 50 Yards H. Hilmer, B. Brooks. Boys Under Fifteen, 50 ler, lUorse. Ulrls Under 15, 50 Jen- sen, II. Brooks. The prizes for the events were a! very handsome, and the committee in charge are very grateful to the Taber merchants for the hearty man- ner in which they responded to their appeal for aid In putting on the exhi- bition. In spite of the rain everyone seemed to enjoy the day, and there is no doiibt that a crowd is al- ways ready to so to Taber to aid in any celebration which may be put on there in future. The special re- ned at a late hour in the evening, although many waited for a later train In order tbat they might be able to Here we are with another MONSTER ATTRACnON Thurs. Sept 7th GEO. SONTAG EX-TKAJnNT-BANDIT And ono of I lie most widely known of iiM Western ontlinvs, 'recently re- leased from Kolsom prison after serving' 15 1-2 years of a life sen- tence. Will Give An Illustrated Lecture on the folly of a life of crime, shov- ing actual, scejies and people of Ins., narrative including the jailbreak at .Folsoin prison. WE .POSITIVELY GUARANTEE THIS ATTRACTION No Advance in Admission Matinee 2 7 p.m. ittend the given by the Taber- tes in the evening. The day was a good one, and Taber people are to be complimented on the excellent man- ner in) which they looked after the arrangements. THE LETTER BOX HOME WORK To the Editor o( the Lethbridge Her- your issue of September t '.Vlr. njpeg Hon.-A. ,f. a practlcur cattle man, In "quoted an that .the price, of cattle will In- -reare 110 a bead If reciprocity pasws the Frcnclr.ci ties''over'the high prices of food, and regilpents of soldiers have been brought out to quell tha disturbances. able, lo clear himself of the charge Rouse was hanged .in jail at Sylvester, Ga., yesterday.. Rouse was convicted of killing W. A. Bailey over a quarrel at Rouse's house In 1910. Ho shot and cut his victim's throat and i then sat by the body and consumed a bottle of whlnkey while ho ung "Bill Bailey won't come home." E. Hall In New Orlenns, auditor at the Gulf and Ship Island Railway, on a charge of embeitzllng 000 from the railroad, was arrested at a railway yest'erdiy while pre- paring to leare with his wife ion am Jpeaklng of the value of lands, Mr. jdiiYgiTt.r" for' Phlladeinhl." ttteJ.the caw of Ohio wher.Jfu.ed to dlKuu tbe charge. Hmll re- NArDRU-CO LAX AT IV E S f wiA M mUtioa of itnmfort. I LhHlM ;