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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I. M5THBRTDGI3 DAILY HEKALD Friday, September :I5, .191.1. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by The Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Lid. every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbridge, Alberta Can. W. A. Director and Editor PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, and News PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Dcpts. _____ 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 yrar 'dolivorod 1 year, by ranil 53.00 li months delivered 6 months, by mall 51.50 3 monthii, delivered 1 nionlh, dollvoral .We. j 1 month, by moil -oc Addresses changed im often us dosn-ed. but Iralh now and old Ml- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eigilt or more pases, and contains a summary of the news of Uiy J in advance..... Sl.oO ti months, in -advance T5c. }v week, local and district 3 months, in advance Cross Drug Uook Store. .I.G.IIobcrt- son Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. .McCrea. Bros. Drug Hook Co. Pernie B. Heal THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook. B. Atchinson. L. Reinecka. .Diamond Cily .Orus Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Co Brown 21il -Ith St. Spokane-Tile Jamieson News Co., 70o Riverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Trains era of responsible government, lie- livf-on l.iifontalne iind Vigor, (he peo- ple of IS4H cliono J.afontiilnc; bo. twiH'n Monk and'..liiiurlor, lloimissu and I.emleux, the people or 1911 havo to scfli the trim defenders at auton- omy." What do tin) Conservative electors think of (his sort of stuff when they' kiiuw, ue they must, It Is v.-ritlen for the purpose of l.aiti-ier and pulling .Mr.'ikirdou Inio office? What tho purty managers'think of If it nuikcs votes against Laurier it is'lors that we mit the Question: W.lmt how U reads; Ignoru the future con-1 soiiucncCB of tills Bowing'of antMli'H- sentiment; the tiling to do now) Is to bent Laurler mid get in but of tho cold. i There arc, howo-vei'i Urns of thous- ands1 of ConsoryaUvo electors who tirp not concerned.Iirtha bread nnd butter of politics.. Thijy uro not looking, for jobs. They support their party be cause believe that what, they ..conceive lo be1 ivill. if given application, operate to tho benefit of the country. It Is lo those honest nnd straight for ward olcc lo be commended, approved and couraged. Never mind how It sound do you think of tlie; Bordeu-Bourassa alliance? Ihe American Trust Campaign Fund THK LIUEHAI, PAPBKS of the I disclosed in the following letter sent i-.ast have from time to time from the Montreal Star olllco by published authentic statements to the effect that the bit; triMls of the United States, having -been nn- a We to defeat reciprocity in their country, have provid-sd a lirss :und with which to fight the pact in .'auatlu. Naturally the Tory press ins denied the honestly doubt in' most cases, being un- nvare of the fusts except as tbey were published In tho liberal press. nid. of coiirtv, they did not feel >ound to -believe (hem. The Herald i A. McN'ab, the.editor, to the editors of Tory and Independent newspap- ers: "Star office. Montreal, Sept. 5, 1911. Ediicr; "Dear L. Ponton will be pktt'jqd if you will lot me know if yon will enclose in the whole of your regular I-JBiie of next week a spjcial supplement, conformable to law, and circulate in your county I'OOO to 5000 fixtni fopres of your paper, with aup- ement enclosed, carefully distrib- DLIRING the election campaign, W. A. Buchanan win not be asso- ci.ited with the editorial work of The Herald, which will be con- ducted by other members of the staff. HON. Jirc Foster's Flop GEORGE K. FOSTER ex-j should you fear oil a basirs of equiv his opinion of i-ecipro- city in an article written for the I'nivyrsiiy .Magazine and publish- I'd in December, I.'Hit. less than :i j year a so, just before the tenners' deleCation went to Oiuiwa. In 1 article he said: J ''Should veto all attempt-; to im- prove trade relations bt'ivst'ii Can- ada and ihe VnitPd Htnlfi? Uy nu menus. Our reply to Uncle Kan: should be: Granted that you fully alent lariffs? "If you are to do this it would Vom lime to timo has re-published'; tiled ED us to ensure its being in 'Onre of the statements of these Ihe hands of the people before Sun- mstern papers In order that the i day. ihe ITIli. .You may send to me H.blic may know who really aro back >f this opppositfon to reciprocity. It. remained, your bill of cost for txtra paper and for distribution and 1 will remit Absolute Snaps 400-fcct with 8 room house and good barn as; chicken nice shrubbery nvornvd pJnce. LopjUcrl f an Ontario pap'ar that refused to :-a 'bought. The scheme in is i "First void of offence, Which "Second evidence going to show that the farmer is being fooled and th'3 industrial workers menaced in their wages and employ- ment. "Third to show j that reciprocity means ng extracts from American pa- P'ers and American speeches. "Fourth great des- tiny, great future, if it is worked out by Canadians. "The supplement will 'be effective. It will be a credifUo your papar.-You wilf 'be praised for it as your own enterprise, and it will not cost you a rent. "Plonso wire me at my expense: .Must' t here on the To be dat- ed.............. Full size of our Page Will carry out as requested.' "Yours truly, j "B. A. McNAB." made arguments for tire of tho Canadian electors -md the profit of the Tory press are thus paid by the trusts. Thte sup- plement will follow the purchased contributions of Arthur Hawkos, writ ten both iindar his own name, and un- der his non. jd.e.- pltinvs, "John V. Borne." The -alectors of .Medicine The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF ornin Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Hat constituency have been regaled i with .writings, and will doubtless have an opportunity of see- ing the "Star" publication mentioned Watch for th'a roorbach. It will in tl.'3 above letter. liksly take a new and nnirine' form. But Ihe Herald badly I The opponents of reciprocity are on Judges the eleetcrs of the west, i the run, and something desperat-s against, t.he money of may be expected vain attempt interlerence'- with t'.ie liberty of Can- ian citizens in casting their votes, to say .tlie least.' This is the kind of political warfare !ainst tllc Uonrassa. are up otic. Moreover, as president of the Canadian Manufacturers Association he is the p.-actic-jl dictaior of its pol- icy, and his political methods are "doubtless being employed by many if'the supporters of reciprocity not all the other members of the or-jagninst.' It is for the free and indc Utilization. j pendent electors of this country i Here is a sample of bis work. As show Mr. Kowley aiid his Ilk that the president of lhe K. n. Kddy Co. he are free and will vote for their Owi issued an address to the branch man-'interests. The workmen, the farm sgers and agents of the company ths consuming public: who have tr make thoir dollars buy as much a; possible, will vote for their right! as given them under the reciprocity Shipping Oats to Washington (Calgary Alberfan.) In th-3 year 1900-10, when there was a good oat crop, Calgary grain dealers shipped from Southern Al- berla worth of oats to Taco- tills campaign by contributing their i ma, Spokane and Seattle, paying tin will be proof again-su the tbe trusts- ami ,the ready-made aients of a paid press. They want reciprocity ai d will vote for it. trusts will receive their emphatic tcrfei-sncc of the American truslg in answer next Thursday. to save the day. The British-horn will res-ant th-a in- In the plot against the ultimate I million dollar campaign fund to da feat reciprocity. Let r Buchanan. (Urmer have his chancre. Wherever Buchanan goes he g'ats Siirance of strong support for reci rroeity. A vote for Hiichnnan is a vote ag- political dictatsruhip of ing. nay, commanding them to oppos reciprocity. He wrote: everyone of you, in tlie best Interests of Canada, of our homes 'arrangement. What do you Think of This? WHAT do the ultra-loyal Con- of a navy for the purpose of aiding sen-atives ami all good Can-j Great Britain in these same wars, aclians think of this taken I vigor at the close of bis ca from "U Hoiirassas own Sir Wilfrid has succumbed to daily paper, written for ihe purpc-ie the sed.urtion of of defeating I.nurier? Fiead it ov-or, ltile find other have lacked Mr. Voter, Mr. Loyal fiina-lian Mr !the energy which once form p' jwiMhelr glory, and just as Viger fell tt n-m M i r i "i i Into the hands of Mfttcalf, Sir Wilfrid tying vmXiribr'a "aS ImPcria1' the' offoresl by Chnm- think over this: Selborno and Lord "Sir Wilfrid Laurier whom when tho Bnme'wTia pro- Canadian placed on a pJiV. nml Upd McKcn' tal in when he jiroudly cd, lilmself to Chamb-jrlain and ro-i 's w''h a fine indignation that Fused to unite bis country with t.hei'10 Hhakes his white hair and Plans of the Sir iprotcatH his attachment to tbe prln- (Wilfrkl Laurier, for whom the Can- fciplos of autonomy which he has dc- ndian people made an aureole when fl'm'et' throitslioiii his whole In hv> fiiiergfltirjilly rt-pulsoil Anoihor point of rcHi-mtiliuice the'reqiieat of Lord Twcpilmuntli: VISBr. Kir Wilfrid Laurier, doubly glorified j 'It la for the of (0 dla- by peoply for having refused to i corn who are real iMitonoiniHts contribute lo distant wars in the fjimt as It was for (he people of ISCI: Knipliv, decreed in JIJ10 the creation'to docjde who were the defend-' Land valu-ca will be Increased by reciprocity. The C. P. U. says so. Work for for it. Thy grain growers of this country will not 'believe tho' Tory contention that reciprocity will not be a good thing for them. They know better. The Borden RouraBfia Anverican trust alliance i-s doubtless a hard one to but tho honcit, patriotic electorate of this country will do it. They are opposed to the trcasonabk: Nationalist policy and the debauching trust manipulation. freight and -duty. The oats were en- ter-ad via Eastport, Idaho. The duty was .15 cents'a bushel, and amounted The wno finds Ins liv- all of which the ing higher uian'they ought to be, will welcome reciprocity as a j means of allowing nim to get food cheaper. If any person has any doubt about In 'this enaction you are not votin'e i r, for the party.. Liberal or of the nnti-reciprocity Lhe same rY-- and canvassers to con- half a million bushels of tive; nor the .party but Cor the.fundamental freer trade, The candidates w-er'a.nominated yc! terday. A week from today it will b all over, and the common people o Canada will have won a great victor over the trusts and classes. The American E-attlcrs in Canadi know the American trusts well en ough to vote against tlwir flomfnatiot of ,-i Canadian political party. fact that the, trusts are oppc-ilui; ciprocity, is sufflci-ant reason fy them to support it, even though then were no other reasons. Literature and Supple- mentary Reading for High School Opening The Red Cross Book Co. Limited PHONE 555. T. M. McCRF.ADY, Manigtr. vinc-e tl'.-s stockmen that reciprocity wiil- not increase the price of their cattle and horses arc unavailing. They kuo-.v better, for know their busiiies-j. there figures, h-a can make certain 'by enquiring of the U. S. consul in this city. niors than oal'3 were "I am not the least afraid of annexa- tion following reciprocity. I have too much respect for Canadian manhood to think of such a D. Ben- nett, Conservative candidate in Cal- gary, in the Majestic Theatre, Leth- bridge, Friday, September Sth. Think t over, Mr. Voter, and sheet it at the next member of the gum hoot brigade who talks annexation to you. shipped 'to' II.' S. ports by way of Vancouver. Every bushel pakl the 15 cents duty, and the Alberta farmer p.iiri' it. The Aib'artan traced one shipment made a compar-son. The exam- ple wa-3 taken, casually, and not for mere sake of making out a good case. On December S, IflOB. one com- pany s-snt -150 tons.of oats from Cal- gary, and tire price was 25 1-2 cents f.o.'b. Alberta, points. The oats sent to Seattle. On that day the price ot' oats in Fort'William was 3-4 cents a bushel. By shipping them to Seattle, the buyers were able to pay the AJberta grower l ]-4 cents more. Had there 'been no duty the price of oats in Alberta would hav5 been 10 1-4 cents more than realized in the ordinary way by the regular Alberta price This is not .one isolated example. It happened in 1000 and in 100S, and will happen in mil. It did not hap- pen in IfllO because we did not have .ho oats. If wo are to continue to grow oats iiiucessriilly in Alberta, we must have the market. The United States mnr- ict is tile mark-at for us. It means nillions of dollars in oats' alone. Tommy, what Is a lypocrite? A boy that comes to chool with a smile on his face. Think Oh, You Farmer (Manitoba Free Press.) One Ontario Liberal candidate re- lorts that one day last weeli on concession of bis constituency) ho called on twelve Conservative farm- em, and eleven of tlvsrn voluntarily undorcd the information that they vore going to vole for him. And ImJlar evidence of the big Ontario andHlid-3 is coming in from all parts 'f that Province. The farmer is RO- tig to take lii'j turn. Whit the, Conaumer Wait For (Ottawa Journal, Conservative.) The enorinous concenlratioii of pop- latloti in cities of country, depleting of Ibc farm classes, u conyetnifciit decrease ill the roducls of the soil, and Ihe inordin- te I-evy by vnrious grades are the factors A Beautiful Range of Christmas Greetings Every one a work of art Call and see Samples at Herald Job Dept NONE TOO MUCH .TIME NOW FOR SA TISFA CTOR Y RESULTS ;