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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 TliK HKiiALD isuI. if After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. To-night we will sell Thirty Remnants at a very low figure We have been making a clean-up in this depart- ment, and some people who get here early will pick up a bargain ALL LENGTHS LOW PRICES Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. THE HONOR ROLL Country Before Party Conservatives who Believe in Reciprocity The genera) federation of trades unions of Great Britain has issued en emphatic protest against the in- troduction to parliament of Crooks M. P.'s bill for regulating trade dis- posed legislation is based very large- ly on the Lemtaux law now in force in Canada. The protest reads: "The bill is a bad one. Xothing worse could have emanated from the bit- M (Toronto Star.) HENRY W. ATKLVS, of Grove Park. I He says he has boen a Conservative 11 all lite, bat that be canmt under- st'.uuj the inconsistent siantl of his j party at the present, time, and lie j win vote for reciprocity. jHARKV GKKNSTKD. of South Dor- I Chester, says that reciprocity is full of benefits for tbj farmer, and that j the cities flourish. He says re- i in natural products is a i Cousen-.uive policy, and that a-, he i is.a Conservative, lie will vote for it. f-IOHX DOUGLAS, of South Dorches- I ter, a Conse'.'vatho, says be is ready I to {live reciprocity a trial. tni.BKRT, of Yunimuth. a t'on- I sensitive, is ready to sh'o reciprof- I ity -.1 trial. 'JAJ1ES CPLUEKT, of Crewe, he never voted for the Literal parly in his life, but knows reciprocity is a Conservative policy. He will vote for reciprocity, and knows iiisusy Other Conservative farmers in- i tend to vill not stick to the Conrorvative party such a course is folly. lie estimates that not one farmer in twenty In his j neighborhood IB oppoced to the agreement. jVnU.IAM BARKER, a prominent j Conservative of Prince Edward county, says he Is certainly in favor of reciprocity. AUSTIN' HAZ2ARD, of Wallnmburg, described as not merely a Conser- vative, but: a real Tory, saye re- ciprocity business looks all right WILLIAM TROTTER, Conservative, Chutham Township, favorn recipro- city as a farmer. FRANK SHAW, of Em Hranch, favora reciprocity us a farmer. JAMKS McCORMICK, Connrmdva Oeputy Reeve of Flnrvrieh townihlp, the only trouble with the .igrec- ment Is it. docs not go fiir enough. KDWARD HEA, of Myi li Cmnervaiive, bill in of t.he ngreement. .1. H. nowrc-BV, Mnyor ft himMlf M to Fcod oots have become general in made the north of France, where a pro- lloiiaed drought civcs no promise of and our lisherr.-n will get bet-! rcpiieo Mr. Swim, .improved condition of affairs. The not'.' How can anybody deny prices oi meat, eggs and vegetables said Mr. .Swim, "this of our fishermen If HIIV ;arr ri.'.imr, steadily. In' order to re- nlone (Cave Island, Shclbunia j Tory pretcntis to deny it, send him iicve ihc situation French colonial ies to set its lisli into the American year In dut- over 'to me, and I will convince him 'cattle arc In be imported free oi cus- (he [nnis btirdon. Makes brgsl thaS yon ckn well be The golden brown and fine i'lahy of lonf. Is ample that HQOn FJ.OUR, ja different Eet'.er.'. RoRre HOOD Ficin ;