Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDCtF BAIL! HERALD .Wednesday, September LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FKTABI-lrtM KO 1OOT Publlihed by The Lethbrldje Herald Publishing Co., Ltd. every liwful evening it Iti office, Sixth Street, Loihbrldje, Albert! Can. W. A. Dlrsctor'and Editor PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal, and 1224 PHONE: Advertiilng Circulation and Job Depti. i 1232 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mail 6 months, by nmil 1 month, by mull 13.00 25c 1 year delivered ii months delivered S2.00 3 months, delivered Jl.OO 1 month, delivered Addresses changed as often as desired, but both now and old ad- dressee must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in night or more pages, and contain" summary of the news ot the week, lotai and district I year in advance Jl.-iO t 3 months, in advance 50c. V6 months, in advance "ik1. J THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook, B. Atchinpon. Cross Drug Book Store. J.G.Kobert- son Co., Jackson fc Tope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. i- Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. JlcCrea. Bros. Drug fc Book Co. B. Heal L. Heinecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide .News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Spokane-The Jamiesou News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Alio on all C. P. R. Trains and our government would not have would no Jiutiflcttion Vsfor fthln' .the temerity to formulate a fiscal pol- icy for U'asihtnKton. Canada hag trade trcHtleK with Ki-Hnce. Italy, and odher countrloa. lie- fore these treaties would be abrogated tlso government would naturally eon- suit with the xovornrnents st Paris, Rome, and other capitals. But that inn; or sayinc went dlo our policy, or we wtte dlutatin theln. 'rhelr a the name plane 'with that of the Tin Itod Slates, oicept th.t the tnui treaty wlbh thi> country wit more u-tlclii and larger volume o trade thin In the other canon, OUR POINT OF VIEW Vote for Buchtniw. A vote for Buchanan is a vote for reciprocity and a larger market. One week from tomorrow, nnrt it will olproolly, are them to be loya to .Toe Chamberlain -and his cause. The members of the Brttiih government, sustained in three hitter elections, strongly favorable to re ciprocity. The government of C'anada DURING the aUctlon cimpaign, W. A. Buchanan will not aito elated With the ediloriil work ef The Herald, which will be con- ductechby other of the staff. Twaddle From a Little Fellow iA? W. WRIGHT, who is repre- tiie imperial mission, of numerous Tory or- all and make them good Britishers by allowing toe utriiost freedom iu evwy respect.. Thy; Imperialist in Britain does not question'his own loyalty that of his neighbor because the na- tion deals more largely with France than with Canada; more with Ger- many than with .Australia, or more annexation lay in the tendency of I with Russia than with South Africa. 'Western parte of th-a Dominion to j "Freedom of trade is one of the fund- wltli a supposedly deceiv- tteg name, in a campaign ag- reciprocity, is evidently vvsvy lmuah.ifra.iil of the loyalty of Western Canada. Speaking at Barrie, Out., on .''August 31, he claimed that the danger jget American sentiments insinuated [Into them through .the increase of ,ktrade. What an opinion- this Imperialist "has of the Western people! He :be- lies the name of his organization for the real Imperial mission is to take mentals of, British libs uerial development. It is nil only the lit- tle 'benighted, prejudiced anti-inijwr- cannot see this and this man Wright, who thu-s insults tlva citizenship of Western Canada is one of the little foolish kind. A Foolish Story Corrected SOME Conservative campaigners have tried to lell the people that Messrs. Fielding and Pat- erson went to Washington, signed up the reciprocity agreement, brought it back, and compelled the govern- ment and the party U> accept it holds bblns, without anybody but themsel- ves knowing the nature and import of the agreement. The story is too foolish to be believed, and almost too trivial to receiv-e consideration for contradiction. But in case some one or two persons, -who heard R. B. Ben- nett and C. A. Magratu make these foolish allegations other evening, wlieve them, the Herald will devote enough merely to give the con- tradiction that Sir Alan Aylesworth gnve story in a minute at a pub- lic meeting: recently: ''From day to day, during the ne- gotiationt at Washington, Mr. Field- ing and Mr. Paterson communicatec with the he stated ''They made reports to us the various matters that came up ant the things about which they wanted further When they concluded, the arrangement they hat made wai the work of each one of and of us all." Sir Alan, as minister of justice, was on the spot, right In the Cabinet, and tnew all about it. Messrs. Bennett .nd Magrath were not in a position to know anything about the matter, and were making only a wild and ridicu- OTIS gness. Who are the Liberals who are op- posing reciprocity? The great major- of them are identified with inter- ests that are not satisfied wilh mod- erate and reasonable. per W. Flavelle, of tlie Davles'Yacktug Co., W- M. German, of the National Fruit Co., and others.' It is folly to fear that reciprocity would in any way interfere with Ca- nada's trade with Great Britain, or any other country. It still leaves Ca- nadians perfectly free to do business with the Empire or any other country, where a profitable and convenient commercial trade can be carried on ad- vantageously. years, ire in flavor of it, and aurely re pitMiil the country. Are tbc to be loyal to the opinions of the ma- jorities or the minorities, iu Britain and Canada? be all over but the shouting. Buch-( supported by-the people for fifteen aiinn will just drop the last "P" of the title ho lias been went at the end of his name. When John Bradshnw tnlks about the effects of reciprocity, 'he know what he is talking about. His argil m en is are unanswerable, because he (he actual facts of the case absolutely. He's been In the business. Can anything more incongruous he :onceived> than an harmonious amal- gamation of the heterogeneous fac- now opposing reciprocity? Bur- den, Bourassa. Monk, Sifton and Ben- lett would make a great quintette of political comic opera stars. Sir Donald Mann has announced for the Canadian Northern, Hint they will build a seven million .bushel elevator cosmic; four million dollars at Port Arthur. It is very evident that the C. NT. R. has 110 fenr of reciprocity dlvert- ng all the Canadian' wheat down through the States. They know that Canada has the shortest route to the seaboard, and that, they will get the business, reciprocity or no reciprocity. The opponents of reciprocity want he electors to turn it down in the lope of a preference in: the British' market. That would be dropping the substance to grasp nt a shadow. The' )reference idea has been jumped on. hree times in the. last few so'hard that it will never rise, guin with any strength. Canadians lon't want Britishers to tax their food o give them profit, .when they can get t elsewhere. A big noise is raised in the press because Johrt R. Booth, the Ottawa millionaire mnibei has come out -against reciprocity, it is advertised at a distance from Ottawa that he is am not the least afraid of annexa- and has been a Liberal. This is un: tton following reciprocity. I have too true, however. Booth is, and has al much respect for Canadian manhood j ways boon, as far hock -as there is an> to think of such a B. of hiibut if It were not so, then I would say to him, 'Sir, make no mis take, we want to declared the premier, amid cheers. sell to you, hut if you 'don't want to "W-e will take, tirade'from President buy our sell our Taft, but we will not take our nationality.'" cics president make no j nistake about it. (Renewed che-srs.) If it 'he true that the President had had the ideals which the anti-reci- procity Conservative campaigners at- tribute to 1 I say, 'Sir, yon do not know what you are talking about. We ;ire prepared to talk bnsinc-i-3 with you in matters PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Jack London, the, well known au- thor and sportsman is hero of.another fistic encounter, this time with Wil- liam IT. a son of William H. Murphy, a millionaire lumberman, UTTERANCES OF PUBLIC MEN every ver (he .firs! Borden-and -Mr. Foster, and Mr. Foa-jand best, is sconndrulism: Any man ter's new yoke-fellow, Stfton, and or party guilty of such is worthy only others who have butted into the con- of execratfon. A man may change Itrover-sy, are now Vailing the farmery, jhis tpoliticali opinion, but seldprn h in slightly different words. for his native land. Ho who se! are a number of people in the country jhis birthright for a mess of pottapo whose views are governed by the size I is too well piiid. of the headlines in which nonsense IB The love for their native, jgnd Ii measure of; accommodation, and .value for his money. So it will logically follow, that, if there is to he any change our fiscal policy, It may he Influenced, by trade coiHllliona in countries, as they may. affect Canada, iiml international courtesy requires', thai -such maUera Literature and Supple- mentary Reading for High School Opening The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE S55. T. M. McCREADY, Mannftr. THE PLATFORM SMASHER (Sir Wilfrid Lajirjer.) "Mr, Borden is a great, platform nia- Sir Wilfrid declared; "hut ho is great plHtiorm hrenker. He baa broken up plHtr'orm -after platform of bis own malting. He destroys bis own platforms, but be cannot destroy tbe. platform of Sir .iohn Macdonald." WILL GAIN IN QUEBEC (Sir Lomer Goitin. Premier of "Somebody has made the prjdic- tlon that, i.hc Liberals would Iop30 a few he said, "but 1 ca n not. se-o i t. I en n .see i n s ten d whore they will gain y fow. The prospects all' over -are. very bright. And why should (hey not he asked. "Sir Wilfrid is a better man today than lio'-ever has been; He IKS the experience; hn has thn confi- dence of the people, and' look haw plendidly he is physically.1 More-. over, he thinks of nothing but the wel- j fare of his country, lie works un-; selfishly, and he is like a yaung man .rapacity for work. O, yes, I Ibink you will Hint. (lie people of his country will rciuru him power an long as his country lias use of him." THE "PARTING OF THE WAYS (Sir Wilfrid lAiirlcr ttt Siurjnry.) An" aiwouuceiiHMil, of a ('onrprvii- tlvft meeting, to be addressed by Sir m-aa Whitney, had hemi fhriiat Into bdrifl. Hf> it to the srnthpr- H declared that President Taft It is simply impossible for this space-saving IDEAL Folding Bed to close accidentally. It is self-balancing in any position, Wotks with springs, not weighls, and is so light and per- fectly balanced that a child can operate it. All metal vermin-proof. No parts to work loose, wear out or break. Bedding kept in perfect alwayt open to air. Canopy permits artistic or closed it is i handsome piece of furniture. Be sure and ask for the IDEAL Folding Bed, and see that it bears our trade mark. Ask for. name ot dealer neareft you. Write for Free Folder No. H4O IDEAL BEDD.IMG G MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG O: LIMITED ;