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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September THE LETHJtlUDGi: DAILY for Lcth- We have, bee n appoi n todj agents bridge and district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can be out through with very, little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents Some Punctures in Tory Arguments Page 3. Editor Herald. Dear strenuous efforts of the CoiiHervativef) to .discover some- thing which would bold water as an. argument against "The Tact" have been anviiBiiiK. and lhe slums per- formed on Friday evening last by both speakers, and my observations during the meeting have moved me to the following comment Iliereoii: In the first the meeting was a marvel of organization. cost of IransnorUillon to enable them to do BO, 'Therefore1 UK; competition resulting from the Pact will rcd.nce transportation chm-nes on iho Can- ndlan Ride nnd so benefit evurybo'ly. I hear some OIK; KI.V. "Then wheat goes up, i'lonr goes too.'' Not in ihisx'Rse mj friend. The miller even now IK competition with our miller against combined tariff of jipr b'ishol i the necessary wlieai and a tariff SENSATION IN MACLEOD RAISED BYJROTECTION A Local Man Refutes Ar- guments Advanced to the Contrary wllh oters repoiw_ n mn_ Leads to a Legal Ti angle tractor and business man of this city j who wr-.) born nnd brought up in Sweden. gave voice lo some ai'Kiinionls which he clalnrad would f I offset ihnce in favor of anti-reciprocit [of over 50c per barrel on the flour., CANDIDATES IN FERNIE NOW Premier McBride Specie- ing for Goodeve; King's Good Meetings Pirate, H. C., Sept.' of the conflict being waged in1' LOOK THIS UJ' Lots 34 nnd 35, Hlwk 20, -Duff Addition, near Queen Victoria Park, on water and sewer, at 11050 the pair. Terms. R. V GIBBONS CO. Now, IIr. Magrath hi his opening wonder we find lhe Taylor ami Kill-] lived twelve molilhs remarks slated that he practi- isou .Milling companies liginiiiK against: or Saskatchewan tally a political Fn-e Lance, Baying the Pact? They are lighting for theiri ISEIIC of the 'mi! of u either Al- prinr to the election and i "Kiln lies in the fact that ,he was ".unnttnchcd politically lo jowij pockets ;and torn a business i three monlhs in :ho constituency "'c and lower farmers any man or yet in -almost the j standpoint they would be tools noi entitled to vote. The question was-! 'I'y majority, tire lliext breath he says "my party" etc. J.IQ do so. !asked, ".Mjisl a poi-soii live In Alhorta ilrislMral'v- T'ie vote is Mm- Does that look- as though he was im-j As for tile horses are i a full year prior lo the Issue of lllere' and only he is allowed the l.being'continually shipped lo Uncle i writ, of election or can, be qnalifv hv i .whose Income over living it home with yon and I Sam .against a tariff of per j residence, ill Saskatchewan for thai; lo at least, .five nircon years the tariff on wheat some oliH-r products was lowered! crowd not for lone. The reason for its "f''" I-. II. .Marlatte occupied the chair. attached? I think not. "Just lake think if. over." he said "his party" obstructed and don heart and upward, which proves that, twelve months in whole or'iu part? h-ad'onr horses are needed ihere on-ac-l It was firsi.'subinitied to Colin .Mac- II deliberately, ;count of their' belk-r quality, hundred kronors tonv krouor equal lo 27 As a result the andjlcod and bis reply was. "1 am firmly ivotcs al'e limited and the parliament. and it was owing lo Iha.t fact thai.1! therefore the r.-assagc of the Pactjof Ibe opinion thai a person fillr representation of the peo- we would have a chance to vote on ]niusi benefit, and not hurl, our horse have lived In Alberla a full year ine Pact on the 21st Insi. In a breath industry. "Sweden was a poor country the 'try. mediately precedinp the issue of i-ho b two later he reproves the fSovern- As for I'. Burns ought i writ before lib is'entitled lo vole, ll sti" Toilay th'3 Swed FOE SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two 631 18th.' St. South (Westminster Terms arrnnged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY jment. for bringing on (-lections at j this time. These statements besides k being conlradictory are contrary to J in .use hy the fame' paity in I Ontario where they accusq the Gov- INSURANCE HEBLOCK LETHBRIDGE to know his own bfeness and he de-1 is quite immaterial whether be .has; is nnt Prosperous. Certain! Clares he is petition. Suppose R. B. Ruin" forecast in lot afraid of the com-i lived in Saskatchewan or not. ilence in Saskatchewan Bennett's lhe heel' it do us eminent.-of bringing on the elections iconics to pass. for the purpose of deliberately smolh-jharm up to the point where "the in- erins the investigation into the Oliver dependent shop on Ihe corner" is go- charges. Such an acetiE-jition as the! place outside of Aiberl .van or any other Tta c-annot'qualify l t a person in the slightest degree to vote in this province. The opinion given hy Mr. .Macleod was submitted to the other lawyers to "gei And when the town and they all concurred in few of the landed aristocracy thn own large tracts of land have plentj .hese men are the exception. The farmer tbei'3 bay about thirty live or forly acres nn which he is compelled by intensive farming I then a" existence. Plenty llitvc llcs" worltins latter they DARK NOT bring in lhe; point is reached I and I do not think i his' views. I H vies and finally when old and must perforce tell Ibejit ever will be) ivo can still protect I Upon the decision of this question j "'em in endure hard with Its ourselves by altering the tariff in I rests the qualification of hundreds nave coinpell-ert lo end their Dr. King made a must lavorable im- I'ftiislon, dealing entirely with j trade pact, going Int.i details min- utely and treating the matter purely as a business proposition. Mr. Hclistein spoke of the person- ality of the Liberal candidate and hla long residence in the district. Mr. Kish-er took up tire beifij made hy .Mr. Goodeve, the Conserva- tive candidate. In relation to tiie eight hour bill, the Japanese treaty and the effect the trad's pact would hara upon the coke Industry, the one Iliing more than any other which, concerns the in this dUtrict. Premier .McBride, Minister ofLsmds W. R. Ross and A. S. trrlveit from Oranbrook this morning and will here tonight, -being followed to- inorrow night by Dr. King and 51. "A. i Macdonald. These two meeting! will close the campaign here. tr.iiLh, whereas, in tiie hhsi. ell-known jealousy of the -West and its representatives, such K charge tentacles "of the Octuplls. This conld .he made with impunity, and. J Pact is borne out by ihe following that particular, just enough to loosen; not thousands, of voters In Alberta. i would he more effective Ulan the would llriith. WHY PAY RENT WHEN SUCH PROPO- SITIONS AS THESE CAN BE HAD Six roomed cottage, pantry arm bathroom, water and light, cloee Jn. Price cash, balance per month. This house is new and ill good condition. North Lethbridge Realty Co. N'ow for the wheat question: Hard wheat, is admittedly selling for about lOc per bushel more in the i producing states than in the produc- "ng pans of, Canada and lence should be quotations from tile -text of the cor- respondence between the two gov- ernments, viz.; I Letter from the Cilnariiau repre- sentatives to. .the Secretary of the U. S., dated Jan. 31, Parasraph H is agreed thjt the desired tariff Local Opinion days in tb? poor house farms of which there is one in ev-ery township. Manufacturers in Sweden have r STILL ORKATKR. changes shall not take the forma The Herald consnilcd two local le-iheen compelled lo shut, down because gal authorities on the above mattei'.i'here was no deniand for their pro- and both agree iliat. the opinion given 'duels. There was not the industry in Macleod is not'forrect. Their opin-! among Ihe farming els-is to demand ion is that the qualifications govei'n-: ll'e mannfaclnred articles, and funn- ing; the elections previously have the. Swedish manufacturer and been changed. The Alberta Act by j employer have always fount] It. dim Why? Because THEY DO NOT GItO'.V JEXOUGH TO SUPPLY DEMAND AND "ARE' THEIR OWN shape of a treaty. >l: Nev- ertheless, it. is distintMlv understood CANADA TO SUPPI-V THE. SHOrtT-jthat we do not-acten.pt lo bind for AGE. Now against, a tariff of 25c pcrjthe future the aclion of lhe United b.ushels, these conditions should net (Slates Congress or of the Parliament American farmers more than a lOc dlf-lbf Canada, hut that each of Two Lots on Ernest Street the pair Easy terms Wilkie Kerr Insurance and Coal 3NE M3 HULL BLOCK, A. I. Office.. these au- thori-ies shall be 'ABSOLUTELY FREE TO .MAKE ANY CHANGE OF TARIFF POLICY OR OF ANY OTHER MATTER COVERED BY THE PRES- ENT ARRANGEMENT THAT .MAY BE DEEMED EXPEDIENT. from Secretary Knox to Messrs. Fielding and Paterson, daterl manded. Tims the farmer gets au in-! Jan. 21, 3: Itake creased price for his grain. [great pleasure in replying that your According to Jlr. Magralh, our Can-1 statement' of the proposed arra'nge- adian linesman transport the wheat jmcnt is entirely in accord with my to Liverpool more cheaply than [lie I understanding of it. American lines on account of the] Secretary Knox also "regrets" thij shorter distance. Then why in the they were "un-jble to adjust our di'f- world don't they? It is well known Terences on ihe subject of WOOD fereuce. And as a natural (Vience when the tariff is cut American farmer (w.ho is as shrewd _j-is they are made) will still hold out his old price. AND WILL GET JlT because the Canadian farmer will ask the increased price and will bold wheat till he gets the price de- which Hie province was formed because of the'emigration of pro-j vides t.hat residence in the -Xorth-J Swedes to ollvar lands of hotter oppor- West Territories, formed into Alberta to- find suitable and efficient and Saskatchewan provinces qualifies lo employ in the factories or on a voter unless otherwise provided railroads. Railroad contractors Dominion statutes nnd no change has neressnry to ship In Galician been made in the latter. Hence Austrian labor and it is the sanva same mu'lirica'tions bhlain that did the landlords. Swedish labor is exceedingly difficult, to obtain and tlvj big farm-jl-i ship in Ihi-s foreign labor. fear ago and "lal lo n vor.v great extent docs' the n the election of 1905. As one authority put, it, if son came from Ontario a y lived in Saskatchewan for nine nionihs work. or less and then came to Alherta and resided in any constituency for the ha.I-ance of the year. he. would entitled-to vote In that consiitm "Hy no liieans are the average wa- Bes paid to laliorers and farm helji be] equal ia two dollars a day. Two dol- 'OWER OF THE PRESS TO PROMOTE Paris, Sept. Iar5 a day would mean seven kpron nnd forty ores to Swede. That is out of the question. The average wage paid there is only two koron or PEACE I cents ner day which, of .'course, includes board. Tlrere is not ifurialed and discontented rebeb aro calming trouble And sev- eral rioters and soldiers have been killed in battle. Ringteiihjrs Hare been irrested and .authorities lave decided to' suppreaa lon. that Americans ship their grain into i PULP, PULP WOOD and PRINT Liverpool in competition witji us and per." Ibe death of at according lo the market quotations there is nothing but Ibe difference inj Yours for tiie Pact rj. SAl'lTH direction of Andrew Caruegie. and well supplied with funds hy "l.lre Am- erican millionaire, a group of former diplomats of various European coiln- il.ng under the Jn small farmer in lhe whole of Swed-en tries, and a few. trained are busily engaged upon conld afford lo pay Iwo dollars pel- day, mil'i-js be wished lo go compleie- ly broke in three months. Fifty-four cenls is the highest average paid per day and this is for han-est tinic and only during recent, years when the N.B. PEAT CO. Financial, Real Estate and Insurance Agenti Macdonald Block Lethbridge ALL ABOARD FOR CARMANGAY FAIR tly 111 wdc ir.i moms, ;us his hobhy for the creation of an eporl, ways fonnd nl H populnr fair, ivli.rrc "'nrld p-aace, and lo this enr) IIP lias Friciu.v lhe Hlli and 15th of ihin nnd in Kririav morn- t'ron, it will Hie city jmonih aiv tut Hays appointed for the (inK m a o'clnpk, rptiirninj; at, Fair and in ihe rvnnng, ihe farr they vil} So down as red letter days ihr- round irip. in hisl'jt'y of Caniuingay and lhe vas! territory of wind) she. is the determined to subsidize a powerful puhlication, which can learn ihe dip- Do you want to Sell Your Land? I have clients with money who want good buys Bring in your listings at once W. R. DOBBIN, Aftnt for Avery Machine Co. 310 7th Street Lethbridge, Alta rp .1 IHHOIU nm When Ilii- dnte was fixrrl, some" sev-..- ,i iiras.'i hand.- i II UIOSC f T i-'f '-'f pnil inor.tlis back. we had no 's lils( _ thai tin. ciork the wratbcr was K, leave junior in province, land lu: was going serve out t as thr mnvrd him and noi i ._________ nice track, ilierr will he eicctcd Mr a large n.L hoqlhs rnr? ihTt STrwB nor. raise Rtifficlcnf of which ivill nr occupied >hy the usual mishilMtJ weapon he can commnnd in j klnrts nf Brnin for "ome SHH? showM. lrn rooms, i-ic... hta hnhhv M._ _.. I "on, In thn line nf she ex- '.'3 oats thai. go. lo England. Wheat, rye are imported I as umch an tlvay can raise and they require all for home use. In farm prodiicis exports heef. pork, butter and I hold thai the protective tariff hfliiefits only (lie large landowner. He does not r.-iCd export, his hut taking advmUnge of' the consum- ing nnnlM; and ihe duty to he paid nn incoming; foodstuffs, ho price of hw produce to live people I all ibc fun ni tbc day. is the motto. fsrnningay, Sept. 12. Thursday I A lrili" been charlered lo iic secrets of- lhe world, and On cacli rvrninfr their will 1 dance in ilir public hall, each daj luiiKic will hy tiie through this means cimimvem secret plans calculated lo incite nations to war. Secrecy is ihe basic principle of the whole undertaking, hut by means, and hy means of his unlim- ited supply of money, Mr, CarnpRie expects to he able lo in advance the innermost plottings of -every na-1llis nwn ailtl .'-hey are com QUALIFICATIONS j cnnfonn h! a proper order of roln- jtioii. As it is lhr late season will a iciiilciu'y lit prevent the dis- i pi a v thai has heen promised, hut. a I llho rain enirie.s coniinc; in ;il tlic RUS8IA AND GERMANY I CONFERRING TOGETHER SI. Pelerobnre. Sept. for Kiof, thiy wnelt c.n and Austrian ambasaadora'wenl FOR VOTING linsp there will no room jnl'oard ihe royal yaclu and hade him for complaint.s on the part of the leave. The reii- hihitinn rnmmit.tee or lhe 'hy'these diplomats suggestion as The ('arn-.an.cay cxliihit at thr j efl thelr to drive a wcdce bridge fair, which carried off the, first I Krnilrn !Mld Mr. prize for district dry farming, Ruasian amhpvfsador already given the 'outsider a .4ood' tell idea of tin1 actnal possihililies of this j lo Oermnnv distrift, ,it Ihr Carmangay fair he I her ful! dnlip wiil have the opportunity of constnuid the the aci.ual results after the Ihr 'shim: c're'nt acl, has born done, despite the repoHs j understood that the that have hern circulated to ihe pf-i In such an even! would he to fed. Mml- tin- whole district, had heen hfjl? s force m, rinrmany's hailed or frozen out, this leport, needless tn way, is a tissue of M from to end, as there is no district in Alberta winch has corno. through thr latn inclement weather with such living colors, The enumerntion of voters is now under why, nnd for the guidance of voters the following- clnuse from Hie is published, showing the ciunllffcnllons neceFsary: In the provinces of Saskal- ehewan and Alberta. as this act. otherwiRf provides, v nvery mail? iierson shall be (o vote at .tiie elec- (ion (.of a ntRinher under this act, who, not being an In- dinn, and Is a Rritiah 0 and of full of twenty-one yeiira, and has resided in efth- er of (he .laid provinces for at twelve tnoiuhs, and In the electoral district, where he to vote, for at I polled to buy (hem. Thiw the pro It-active tariff on incoming goods help the landowner and gives him a chance Lo Iwep up his prices. "Take on ih-.5 oilier hand Hie adjnc ent country Den mark. It }IR-S al ways enjoyed free trade and if yot KO in amonjv them today you will find fjt j th-em ji hnppy, prosperous and con ton fed people. Today thny more products, both farm and niHini faciurcd. aeeorflfng to Ih-eir sire.'thai any other country in the wnrld. Free trade is the keynote to their pros- i-erity." rt. guard lo heep lnroe months Immediately pre- ies I army ihere while an ex- ccdlnf lhe iMiie of the writ pcctionary army Invaded .Anntrin tbrouph t.hf north Halknns and took on Balkan Irnops for The French minister thinks he will I] lhe fan grounds cover an area of i like n fdvorabte vi'jvv of 35 acres aiifl inchicle a grand) for an economic equality of ''stand, pavillinn, nnd Imlf-miic prrarlert Morocco. of election: Provided, that, except ns hereinafter provided, an elector may only vote at the. polling: ntntlon of the division hi which he Is a resident al. Ihe time of voting.'' CONSERVATIVE ORGANIZER FAVORS RECIPROCITY Hamilton, Out., ('nlMervntlve warrior of Dominion fame has left his party lender and avows Intention to stump for I.anrler 'and reciprocity. Dr. .lames' Halslon, of this city, probably one of 'he oldest, and mr.ul prominent Con- in Ontario, came mil to- night with relccllon of lifelong liollllcal associations and pronounced his declaration to vote and work for reciprocity. Dr. Halston was one of he'.JlronRcst organisers the Conserva- Ive-a In Ihi-i nily, and with ilm it is declared lhal a Inrge r.enlajtn nf Ihe C'onserrailro vote will urn towarrt the Liberals Grain and Eleva- tor Insurance Fidelity Bonds Employers' Liability Handled by this office with- out delay, Money to Loan H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Ajtxandra Hotel Special Two lots on Seventh Ave. S, First-class site for residence The Cascaden Land Co. Room 3 Macdonald Block. Some Snaps For Quick Buy and sewer lots very cloge to water and.sewer; Victoria Park, at Each.......... 2 lots, corner, Block 24, CO'VC Duff, at each...... feet on lane, cloee in, i" for Z lots, McDuff. Street, water and sewer, at each THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ;