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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .v. jj, as He Speaks for Buchanan Xijncl ttfe'Pact Sul'l' 's seldom in- deed' that voting lor one ptirty for forty, years, ulianjjys in i tbe.ovtM.lufi of his life and not onjv pppotics tlin party Jiei BO religiously BANK CLEARINGS The clearing house returns for tho week For the Ing week lust your 'they wijri and for Iriat '3. year's seeding, -lie told of'the nadians who trekke .Stales not more Ui liii'n. Mentioning the statement niadu followed previously, by his vote, hut by ;l Coiiscrvatlra candidate' that the expresses hims'.'lf publicly iisa'inst j Americans were driven of Canada the better for. Canada, them.' llassauo '.people beheld such a. L spectacle. Friday, evening ;i an impresdvcr'onrir AVith kindling eyes nnil one ann imlMted, It. K. strong of Hrooks, who cradled old and now in Canada were tcr leave, lesult. would be ca In mi tuns to lit; declared that U the Americans the the Dominion His words were 'cheered again aiitt again. Tlic meeting was addressed bv two oca I speakers also, Mr. in Conservatism In- the grand count) of Durham, Ontario, 'whose boyish eyes were taiiKhf to j local speakers also, lool; upon the oil painting, of Sir jSlniUiers hemp; chairman. Dr. llaguy, John A. Macdonald occupying tin; j of Hassnno. made nut ling adilrcss, 'place of honor on the wall in tile par- jand raked the anti-reciprocil.y lor ol tho homestead, denounced Mr. over I lie coals in great style. K. C. Borden and the, policy of the Conservatives ai Liberals last evening. "I have not gone meeting of tile. hack on iuy IIP declared witli vehemence, "they've gone back, on me. Never in my life have I polled v anything but a Conservative vote. My old father pointed always to the picture of our heloved leader Sir John A. Maedon- ald, on the wall hack home in old Ilurhjim, as the greatest man that ever was, and believed him then, always have done so. Mis iialion- I policy has stood the test in spite of what opponents say. But Hordcn has gone hack on him. That's why fl'n1 here tonight. Had Sir -John been alive tonight he would be sup- i 'porting this reciprocity." j Mr. Armstrong is fanning north o; the Hed Deer. Just, at present, he h as a carpenter in Brooks, sufficient nvoney to keep the boy.i working the homesteads north of the Htid Deer in a very fertile siriij. Me is an old while-haired man, hut full of the energy for which the Ontario pioneers have always been noted. His memory goes back tn 'he old days, when thert- was a re- ciproc'ity treaty and here is what he says about it "My father had four hundred nush- fls of barley for which he was offcr- rd a bushel the fall before reci- procity was broken off. He did not know the treaty would bn dissolved and held on to the barley until next spring, hoping EO make a little more. And what did lie get for his barley without reciprocity Forty cdnts a bushel We made money on every- thing, .cows, sheep, horses and grain 1hose days during reciprocity. Thai's Peglrr, local real eMatin, told how land will advance and widespread prosperity follow the passing of reci- procity and explained how Canadian wheat will be marketed, to advantage in Stales. The district i.s strong for Buchanan and Alagralh's doom around here Is about sealed. FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY AT THE All departments will co-operate to make Friday the best on record i Instituted but a ago, our Friday Bargain Sales have jumped j righf intojthe front rank of the week's important events j These Friday eagerly looked forward to with increasing interest bjKall keen! buyers, who, knowing full well the exceptional opportunities which then present themselves and the drastic of prices which then takes place, make this their means of supply, often at less than half the usual cost MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sapt. wheat opened 1-1, closed Doc. opened 97 5-8, closed 97 1-8; May opened 10? J-2, closed 102 1-2: Onls.'Ocl. opened 12 7-8. closed -13 1-1: Dec. opened 41, -11 1-4: .May opened J4 closed 44 riax, October opened 230, closed 230. WiinnpOK cash prices, wheat, close Nor. 101 1-4: 3 Nor. 99 1-2; 3 NOT. 9li 1-2: -I Nor. 92 3-4: 5 Nor. 87 J-J: G Nor. SO 1-4; feed 71; oats No. 3 C. 43 1-1; Xo. C. W. 42 1-2: extra no. 1 feed 42 3-1: Xo. 1 42 1-4; No. 2 feed 37 1-2; barley, Xo. 8, 72; Xo. I, Go; flnx. No. I X. W. 230. American Markets wheat opened lOJ. 3-1, 102; Dec. opened 103 3-4. closed 103 1-2; May opened 107 1-2. closed 107 3-S. wheat opened S12 3-4, closed 92 3-S: Dec., opeirad 96 -S, closed 94 1-2; .May opened 102 1-4, closed 102. Real Irish Linen at lessjjhan cotton price A. liniifed number of Linen Napkins and Tcneloths, plain and Tlicso. arc extra fine quality bill some arc being displayed in window. Pure Irisb T.inen Table Nankins, some hemmed, others unhernmed; x 20, and 24 x 24. Reg. to J3.50 per dozen. All at One C .Beautiful hemstitched and embroid- ered Irish Uneii a o'clock tea cloths; size 3fi x 36. These were splendid value in tho regular wtty at 81.50. On Friday onl.v; 111! Vdlllu 75c RECIPROCITY IS GOOD THING FOR BARLEY-GROWERS out, for reciprocity now. 'Both cnunlrios will he prosperous and, 1 "II make no hones about- it, Canada will prosper most. That's .'what want." Tlir old man could hardly express his cnnlumiit for the argument an- iicxfttion buncombe. "H's just, roi- 1 .he finally exclaimed, after itniggling fo find an adequate cx- prcssioii. "The whole trouble hn declared, "that iho hen that hatched-tliii chicken was fin; wroiiR Mother. !t' Horrlen could have secur-; ed ipciprocity as a platform 'he'd have grabbed at the chance and T would never have cast a Liberal vote in my life." The old fellow sal. down amid cheers after making a speech that was from his heart. HR hail no oratorical frills, no "My-Gnd-thesc-American- In fact, he declared the sooner Canuck farmers could get a liold of some of those American Hollars the better for them, HS money would be next. Toronto, Sept. Detroit firm has vritten the following letter to the are writing to you and .tealre to request you to give us the names of grain dealers in Ontario, either grain dealers or otherwise, equipped to handle barley of malting quality, in car lots for shipment to Detroit, in the event that the proposed reciprocity agreement is accepted by the Canadian govern- ment. "In case of favorable acl.ion by the voters of the Dominion of Canada, we would be prepared to take on malting Barley in car lots up to vtOO.OOO or more. We would like very much to gat in touch with some of the grain .lealers at this time, and correspond with them with reference to the mat- er herein referred to. H. W. Rlckel and Co., Detroit, Mich." Ladies' and Children's Underwear Priced low on Friday are offering jjoinc lines in underwcm holh foi la- dies and children in suitahle weight for presenl ,it spceinlly attractive i.jj.rinany cases