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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD (i, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ko C3 KCJ K M n 1OOT Plibllihii) by Ihg Lethbrldgt Hsraltf Publlihlnj Co., lawful Hi offlc., Sixth Lfthbrlitea, AIMrtfc Ctn. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial,, Newt 1224 2A1LY SUBSCRIPTION RATM 1 rear, dallrereij........I4.0J i yetr, by miil months, t months, delivered.....fl.M 1 month. Jalivered.......lit PHONE: b 1252 nonibo. bj S monlhi, by IddrGuti cuaugea olson but both oli drwiPt muit bfi clreii. WEEKUV fubllnhed Wedaesaay lu eUsut a- more audimary of cf tba local ud diltricc 1 year In itlviiaco ....11.50 j I tdvuM....IN Konthi, m THE DAIl.V HEHA1 Drui i Boon Slorc. 3. (i. Robert, son A Co.. Jflcks.on Alesatlrtra Hotel. Drug Stura t Co., U. W. Hamilton. Pincher a L. McCrei. Brtw. Drui A Book E. DesL Medicine .0 TOR JIALE AT Crinbrook, Atcblros. r.. Olltnand City On-g Co. Vincouii'er. 3. C. World Wide Co. Browi jth SL Jnmieson Nen-s Co., 705 Klverslde Ave. on C. P. R. criers of anun.xadon ever dratmrd of have (o the United States .to take ad- 'i'hcsu iiion. tlwn vvlioin there niv HOIK- more loyal, thwo United lOuipIro LoyaHsta u: Norfolk, Klgln, Adinplon, Hastings. Norlhniiibm-laiid, AVoilantl and otluir trountiw. aro sialtlus party sink- Ing whatever natural aversion alarmed. vniitngu of HIB, uvnonii (he tukiiitluii of reciprocity, licuofils ihat maW for prosiierity and lor the peace of Ills two countries ami of Ihe world. If Uicy havn no tour of annexiuloii or of the sovBring of the llrltlsh connection.' no one else Vote for Buchanan. Laurier nud larger Kvt'ry farmer should vote for his and vv-'yry person else should iit'ip him laons. A Lennox county fannec IP keeping thousand bushels of barley in his to sw how the election conies' out. if the Liberals win he will be. (UHi ahead. Hay buyers in Ontario cannot buy any, as all the ftinners holding HitMr bay for reciprocity if) Rive them ROD 31.00 a ton mure. ity Uuue, they can it only thus: -------C P R c-----------. Clifford Sifton talked against reci- procity at Halifax, but did not say n word about fish. Guess he knew It was no IIKP, as the Haligonians know more about fish and uie effect of re- ciprocity on "their market than would bo comfortable for Clifford to try to contradict. DURING the election campaign, W. A. Buchanan will.not be atio- elated with the edrtoria! work of The Heralcf, which will bt con- ducted by other members of the staff. The Altar of Sacrifice IX 1S96, Sir Wilfrid Laiirier had the Honed, bin denned with thanks, are tending Liberals of the country Premier McBrid' flock to his standard from provincial political fields. Victory was in the air, and the strongs: mon asked to offer themselves. and ieral Bowser, of British f'blutnbia; Pre- mier and--Minister- of Eduea- ion Coldweil, of .Manitoba: Premier They cam-a, men like Andrew Blair, and Provincial Secretarj- 1 Louis Davis, Oliver Mowatt, AV. S. Hanna. of Ontario: Prpmier Haren, >'ieMfng, Clifford Siftou and others. of Xew Brunswick. They all with one who were in provincial power. The nccortJ began to make excuse. The Conservatives assert the utmost con- i only one who was anxious to get into fidence in the result of this -election, but it is noticed that those The Provincial Standard, Calgary, .ys K. B. Bennett is n Conservative T the old school. so, bre'iv if he to the old ?choo1_pf John A. Mitcdonald he would support reciproc- K. B. Uenn-att. of Calvary; ,T. A. M. in' Brandon, and J. A. Mc- Kay, in Prince Albert, are ail C.. P. K. solicitors and Conservative candi- dates. As they look" at the reciproc- hese parts' of CtUKuia that enjoy- Pd rliw benefits Of the previous reci- procity arrangement' are the keenest for it -now: Those pa'rtR ure ihe -Mari- time provinces, eastern lownships Quebec, and the border of UntariQ. All of them win go almost unanimous for reciprocity and Laur- ier. II. L. Borden says the Conservative policy is n policy for the future. He should he ciu-eful in making such state ments. The party had a policy on re- it within the ivast yeiir, and iiidt before that he niul I'is party nva-de a-complete, volte face on the navy issue. The Tory policies are for .the present, and to be forgot- ten as as: possible, YOUR 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 now Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 tives in power in the provinces are not offering themselves as cMiididnras. Among those who have been men- ttie fray, and announced himself as a mlnuto. Everybody Vote ,1 Montreal Herald.) The" in- furor of reciprocity would be very much larger if a great many who want it were not-so sure that Ijuirier will come back thai thej- ihink they can take, a chance on vot- ing against the local candidate who supports it. A gootl many such votes may he put where they-belong in the great Federal lea-der was Hon. "Bob" Rogers. But there was not a -con- i stiuiency in Manitoba that would have Him. A Fair Warning SHALL Bourassa rule Canada? That is a question that every elector should consider before deciding to cast his vot-a for Borden or any Conservative candidate. That ttourassa intends to rule Borden, and through him the is very evi- dent from -a staiemeiit made in his paper, Le Devoir, on (he occasion of Horden'j visit "to "Montreal. "He clear- ly states what his intentions are in his paper, when lie said: Mr, Laiirier beaten, and Mr. Ronien has been called. Yes. Wilt Mr. Borden finds himself at ihe mercy of the vote which has just suc- ce-eded in overthrowing Laiirier. The fact of being sent for by the Cover- 'does give; him any more followers in the Mouse." He assumes, -and. It is gen-erally be- lieved, rightly, that if Borden wins at It is the combina- tion of these with Borden and the Tory party that-alone can defeat Lau- Boura-ssa tells Borden plainly that If he conies to the premiership, he can do only as Bonrassa will allow him. He cannot tlo us he likes abon the navy. Bourassa will object. -Th loyalty shouting Tories, if they retain office and power will have to al low themselves to be dictated, to bj Honrassa, or else adopt the wise pol icy being followed by the Liberal party, and thereby bid for their sup port on. that issue. The organ of Bourassa te very frank and the warning is plain to the citi zeria of Canada. What the National- ists want is a Borden whom they can control, instead of a Laiirier, whom cannot. The choice is not really between Borden aim Laiirier, but be a.U it will be with the aid of Bonrassa, j iween Bourarea ami Laiirier. Some Things Mr. Magratli Forgot THE WINNTFRED RECORD points which justified them in opposing: it, or out in reference to Mr.--Ma-1 what that information consisted of. speech In that town that "At this point in his remarks, he he claimed "he had done all that a member could for a constituency, but tailed t.o name .1 single instance of he had done anything." Mr. made an assertion that proves he did not study his subject, for he boldly staled that no one ever heard of clproclty during the last election, eitli- Magrath claimed Ihat it way "uncoil-jer through party platforms or the atitutionai for the parlimrfent to j press. A farmer in the audience dial- an agreement of this kind without an jpiiged the statement, claiminjr ihat appeal "to the people, but failed lujthe Conservative campaign literature quote an authority or a precedent for j of the last ei-ection found fault with the obstructionist course adopted by. the Laiirier government because ihev the Conservative contend-1 did not get reciprocity with t.he United ed that reciprocity would he a Ktate-s, Though Mr. Magratli claimed I gress- Tne of placing us in the hands of the Am j that he anw or Heard of it, the Canadiiln iiewal'a erican trusts. This is in all 'probabil- j fHrmer wa-j persistent, and informed Ity the first, time th-jt un assertion of j the speaker fhut he had the goods In this kind has ever been made by an his hand, and was willing to show A Sure B.t (B. C. Saturday Sunset.l -V> A subscriber asks if--there, doubt about the 'result the elec- tions. Xot ihe slightest. The men with sporting tendencies, to whom an election campaign gives a splendid ex- cuse for betting, are putting up their money, but he who-beta on Bovden's chances would be looked at with po- lity interest as a cheerful lunatic, j There is no better indication of lun- acy than betting against a dead cer- tainty. The craziest race-track fan wouldn't place a bet on a horse that be knew jvm. Thc_ hotel lob- bies are betting on the Liberal "major- ity. One bet that immediately got a crowd of lakers-.was that the govern- ment's majority'i'wbuld be less than The maker promptly raised the? lifnk to thirty and at that was quickly accommodated, to the" extent ciprocity argument' in 4 the Hearst newspapers does not show.onu line or one sentence that idirectlv or remote.'-; ly hints at any physical union tween this country arid the great Eng- lish'territory to the north of us. Pres- ident Tart has three-times protested any, thought or hope of an- nexatiqn, wild has paid high tributi to the unity ami integrity of the Bri- tish Empue The second this "D-esper- ato. Desmond" of Canadian press is to charge the ise of iy in. the Dominion's present cam- paign, and to-, vaguely, but definitely, hint ihe coliusionCoE Taft and Hearst n the distribution. The absurdity surh argument ly. server to the hopeless-' uess of the Canadian amUtd promise the certain defeat'" of rause fought upon so low a'plntjc.. Th-e evidences arc virile that thfc ly money being spent in the, reciproc- ity fight- across-.the.borders' by -tiose" bold the and the Paper.Trust, :whose financial activity was1 spfgreat and ao ineffect- ive in the-fight'1 on this side of the line, rumor floats in, not from tile, newspapers, but from the that nearly million dollars have lie wished to wager. More dartn gamesters, who cannot live without excitement, are taking longer chances nd wagering that Sir Wilfrid's maj- ority will have four or five seats sub- tracted from it. One man makes a bet that what the Liberals gain in the West they will .lose in' Quebec. advocate of a high larlfr. as It is a veil known fact, that it In protection and not free trade thac pla.ces the F-aopIe at the mercy of the triiRts. Ho contended that the government went into thc .reciprocity agreement blind, baring no ttgurei to uphold posi- tion, but gave no idea of where the Conservatives got the Information them, but Mr.- MagpAth was not from "Cheap Newspaper Demagogy" (Xew York American.) The anti-reciprocity newspapers of Canada continue to make Hearst and !its newspapers -a leading issue in .he present campaign, and some of hem to lie- boldly and nn-jcnipulous- y about the publisher and al. the news mpers. With almost one- accord, the Can- dfan press, which opposes Launer .nd reciprocity, ascribe to Mr. Hearst he lending influence in the pnssage reciprocity by th-a American con- The desperation of subsidized pers, Mice the .Mon- treal Star, takes the form of two as- sertions. bc-an .raised by these sinister forces to defeat the ITitefest and the will of the people of Canada. The Hearst newspapers fought their j direct fight for 'reciprocity in their j own outspoken "way before the Amer- ican congres-3 and the American, peo- pis. The President of the United States has testified to the. value of that service, and Canadian newspa- pers pro and con arc daily attesting their appreciation of the effectiveness of this earnest advocacy. And the Hearst newspapers will esteem it. their privilege and duty to help in the j same way the fight of its honest and earnest friends in Canada for the es- tablishment of this wise and sensible agreement, which looks to the pros- perity, happiness aim good feeling of t-wo great peoples, whose ties of in- terest and of territory are so vital ind so clos-a. The- Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments Mo OWNERS OF riiin Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 For a The Fruiu of His Toll Amatftiir gardening, by the way over for another year. We've eaten our onion. The first of tResa'" links President Taft and -Mr. Hearst in the joint and Missouri, for he refused toVe'sho'wn' awful of usinK reciprocity as although he that the Inter niption not to his taste. He land- ed the tall chimney theory and pro- tection as a necessity for Canada; but failed to tell the farmers that noth- ing in the afirfreinent would affect much needed 'chimneys." Where Loyalty Proves IT IS n noticeable fact that iri the I Canada, taking only what they could counties where the United Em- carry with them, ns their lands', build- Plre Loyalists are thn strongest, ____ sentiment in favor of rho recl- prociiy agrefiineiit Is the strongest. There are no more loyal people in uny country than the descendants of the sturdy men hiirt worn-en who sacrificed all and suffered much for the British connection. If juiy class of people would hayc any objection Io trading or negotiating with the United states j it-would -be-these.' In (lie Hnvolu- for King George and (lie British I Crown, though they believed that i while the colonies may not have been IjUBtffJetf in rebelling, the King's gov- i nrflment .not tre-al. the coloniet'.'ftrtrly.-. They j MIHI Io9t, Tens of thoiiKRndf! of them j refused Io acknowledge the govern- of ihe republic and moved to Ings, crops. In fact all their posses- sions were confiscated. footed It through thVthen wildernesses of the Stiles, and come to the denser v'ilderneBseB of the Maritime provin- ce-! and Ontario. There they hewed out homes for tnemselves. They and their aonn repelled the invader in lha War of IS and again showed their devotion to King and country. Truly, If rtny have nnv olijec- 1 whh the United Stati y M would ami be the of these men women. But they are not weaklings They hnvo no fear. Thoy trade with the American and remain unse- dnced. They have confidence In their manhood and loyalty, having in iheir veins the Wood of fathers, who more thin the llu loyalty Sherlock in Summer the great wife in the country? Yes: and he't find any the entering wedge to separnte Ca- i nada from what the Star denominates as the "fenble an'd tottering British'01' hlfi clothes in the bureau. and paving the way for "Ihe j commercial and .political union of Ca- nada rJnitttd States." This i-j the cheapest of "newspaper again. All but father. Father says demagogy.. The-.whole'range of ra-' he must have a real." "Going fish- Father's Love of "Yes, we are going to the se-aiide mmn mm.K LTD. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Floating Palaces. Next Sailings from ROYAL GKORGE .-SEPT. 20 ROYAL EDWARD OCT. -1 ROYAL GEORGE OCT. 18 ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 1 ROYAL GKORGE......NOV. 15 Xmas Sailing from Halifax ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 20' ROLAY GEORGE Dec. 13. Rites of Passage: 1ST GLASS UPWARDS 2.VD CLASS ft UPWARDS 3RD CLASS. Bristol or I31.3S Further information from S. B. Mitchell, Agent C.P.Ry; H. Macbeth. City Ticket. Ag't, G. N. Ry., or write to A. H. DA VIS, WINNIPKG- "Xot he said, indignantly. "Ho would face a polar bear if I ashed him to." A horrible -suspicion seized me. "you've been 1 :iskod, "to teach him io beg, and lis's refused to Largest and sacrifice his j ''Of course not. You know I don't j believe in indiscriminate charity." "Well, thon, what's the "He hits Hb-allcc! mo." "What? Hoes he write I exclaimed. young ting." j "fherp ure'more ways of lihnlfing said .James, "than painting him the villain of the to -ivhicli 1 agreed. "The ottyer wont on. .Most Modern Steamers in Canadian Trade. NEW S.-S. LAURENT1C NEW 1 S. MEGANTIC About Tons Klcctrlo Kievators, Skilled Small Tubles in Dining. Room; Ward- robes. Chest of Dnnvers; Electric Heaters. Unsurpassed Accommodation for All Classen.. TEUTONIC. R.M.8. CANADA. One-clas5s Ca'oin (called second I -I lost him. I-searched for him.-iml The "CSL thc Ship at niodcl'fltG found him reaching for me outside j class alBO; in com- he .tritcj-ioii bar, which, as you I fortable rooms. know is sir.unted in one of our busiest "Wonderful Instinct, dogs 1 ing at home." He's going to stay suggested. "He knew it was useless goins in, as he was under M.'' "I call it a nasty, underhand way of getting revenge 'for bclnp grumb elaesm.Id. thc mjion in front, grumbled James. "Kvnryborly who him concluded f 'was drinkinjr at .10 o'clock in the morning when, as Posiof- Orville Wright, at a banquet in il fnct' J 'vrts Uayton, told of an obstinate old foniaii, who looked up OUR still after- '-I4 n noon at the Wright biplanes circling steadily through the air, Of Course We Want Your Trade Our very object in advertising is to get. your trade and we doubt If there Is another Drug Store anywhere that more. Besides it's to your advantage to come to us, where'you will find the largest, Htpnk, assortments and thc prompt at.tention you arc entitled, to. t The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited T. H. McCNCAOV, Mintftr. PHONE 5JS. said: ]ieople first tokl me I admitted. "Anyhow, my character's gone, and ihe nun will hiive to go. too. I shall. about this here i called 'em !Of take no action." Mars. Then, when I read about it in I Aml l U the papers, I it W.T.I a fake." The old man, watching the bipl.mes mov- ing in great curves like lazy birds, shook his head, thoughtfully. "By ho said, "i ain't what he mout call convinced yet, nutlicr." 'OOi and a very 5. Sent. Si. 12, Oct. 7, November I. 16, Oct. I'., Nov. 11. 23. Oct. 21, Nov. IS. Sailings from Boston, York and Philadelphia to Queensfowu, Liverpool Plymouth, Cherbourg South- ampton, London, Dover and Antwerp, by AMERICAN HKD STAR LINK STAR LINE. Largest and Finest in thc World Tons. "IJ1IUJ.II, SopUO W. M. McLEOD Canadian Western. Passenger Agent, 333 Main Street. S.E. Corner Portage Ave.. PHONE WINNIPEG, MAN. A Problem for Scientists Popular science aecnls to bo at a IOFS whether to ascribe the roporlnd absence of ice in Ihe arctic to hot! weather, or the hoi weather to Ihe absence of Ice In the arctic. At all events, It ann-ears Hint thc sea wnat of Greenland is as curiously open as the sea north of Siberia, and with this fact goes the unusual number of ice- bergs reported fur south. As for cclence it scctils not ready yet to nk. umum.ibly it is still' busy with dull details of thermometer nKH, air cut rents and ocean drift, Dog "I have to sell Ihe said I asked. Money is Power to help yourself aud olhers. But it's only llic. money you save- not Utc money tltat slips through your fingers. Yoti find a savings Account a great help in accuwu- IntinK this power. Why not start one now, in this Bank Interest compounded at liighesl current rates. Money may be withdrawn at any time. Miln Office cor. Round Bedpath R. TINNING, H. Roach, Minajtr.' W. Luckhardt, ;