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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlfff 4. THE LETITBKinGK DAILY HJBUALD Saturday, September. 10, Ifrjj. circulation anil Job LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pijblltlied by' The Lethbrldg: Herald Publishing Co., Ltd. every lawful'evening jl Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldse. Alberta W. A. Director and Editor PHONI-__________________PHONE: Editorial, I __ Advertising and Newi 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1-year 1 year, by ma G months delivered 12.00 3 months, delivered 1 month, delivered .35c. Addresses changed as often ns dcstrorl, but both new dresses must be given 'THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eifflit or more pages, and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district 1 year in advance..... j 3 months, in advance 50c. 6 months, in fldvaiice f J3.00 C months, li.v mull J1.50 1 month, by mail 25o ,nd old ad- Crass Drug powers itf parliament boon changed in the last seven years y reciprocity will urean nioi-j de-j by mand for railway labor. j With Sir William Van Home, J. A. Aikins, -R. B. Bennett, J. A. McKay solicitors who are !ity. Their jc'-s are secure, so long !Conservative E. B. Osier ............._ th-.y don't let their bosses know Rodolph Korgct (C. P. .n. direc- liisy cannot'they vowd for the their wag-101'5 lvho are Conservative candidates) lined up behind R. U Borden, It should not be bard for the farmers of CaimtKi to see which the anti-re- ciprocity wind comes frnr.i. say that Canada can grow as good barley anywhere in the world, betlcr than tlie States traffic occasion-id j be won away from their own interests tiio crocodile tears of the corpora tiou-s. OUR .POINT OF VIEW Vote for Buchanan. igralh is opposed to an increase of the British preference because his leader, Reciprocity give's tho Canadian far-jR. L. Borden, flatly refused to con- nr.ers two outside markets iiiEtead of it. can jiroduce, ,Yet some anti-reciproc- ityiies, [n order to carry a political point, say that the West cannot grow good barley. That is loyalty, sureiy. Knocking the country for political pur- In order to get malting barley, the Ontario maltsters ;tre offering tho far- mers tho highest price for years, but even at that. oents less than the price in the States. Tlie farmers are-'holding it, so as" to got the otlier thirty cents when the duty ia removed. Five cents more does not look good when there is a prospect of gutting seven times as much profit. The people of as a and allegiance to Britain British institutions by reciprocity or any oth- er agreement of its character, people of Canada are determined to retain their proud position In the Brit- ish Empire. Their loyalty is not and cannot be affected. But what I tay, and what, I intend'to prove before 1 am through, IB that It la the deiiro and intention of the people of the United States to rentier "more fight and Im- perceptible _the bond that blndi us to the. Jamei Whitney, Conservative Premier Ontario, at North Hay. or as .individuals, wil! not be affected In the slightest degree in their loyalty Ke-sp your eye peeled for the Tory, unitjroorbach. Defeat is staring them in the face and almost inything will b-a done to change or votes. Granted, for the sake of argu- ment, that the meat, and milling trusts of the United States will try to get a. foothold in Western Canada, ib system is such that can knock out. nny (rust in short order as soon as .the people want it done. Here liament has unlimited powers c-iinnge either in the and will 01 the government or the Parliament in this matter.1 The only change is the Hon. Clifford Sifton himself. COXSER in tin The Farmers' Other Demands CANUIIMTBS Hi-am at their word. They remember i the West are asking the 'i how Messrs. Masratli.' Campbell, raera to gi-e them support, r-v- jSchaffner, Staples, Roche, and of; r en tho.ugh they oppose reciprocity, im ronncrvaUve members promised their 'the grounds that Bord'tjn and Mie Con- snrvtitivo party will give them ever..- and then tlellbcniiely -jtliing for throuyh (heir promises. tlmt went to Otiawa necemhcr. John llcrron. In for bolng tlrav Js nialciiig this the feature of Iiis cam-j tiiey will siipijou nil tlie paign. Ilii says that he will vole for j Ihe fanners ilcmamled. Tlicy siiy rociproclly, aa tho electors want Harden hau promised them, nnil there port for the demand for reclprociiy wont hack .to, hnl he Is ulso willing to support 'tho other deniandH made by the farm- fern. Kvcry other Conservative c-aodi- (lute In Iho Is saying the HHIIIO thinu, e.vcept Hint they are opposed to .rfvciproelty. Th-e u ht'ins very cauiloiii! about taking i A fore they will dutifully fill) 1 and I.aiirler Ims refused Ihein. Sir Wilfrid I.aiirler and Ilie Liberal liaity have xranlud Iliein recliiroclly, which W. Me.CimlK, who presentoil the'.inHtler lo.Oie Koverninent, atwtRd i' most Important ot nil the Will some anti-reciprocity puzzle-sol- Reciprocity means not only ihe explain it is that flour made diuner-pail for the Cuuseiian workman, I Canada, right in Alberta, but ii dinner-pail fillet! with food >c-1 for thai matter. Is sold cheaper in l..qh; don, than in Lethbridge; or it is possible for Canadian hams and bitcon lo he sold several Rents a pound cheaper in Britain than in Op Uiurier says the preference j tario, where it is produced and will be increased if necessary. Ma: and then prove that, there is a clnpo cured :it a cheaper, price. Buchanan sl-.inds for nil increased preference for British goods, and Sir you get liornc a boitie'ol' medicine do yon -ever wonder niucli euro AVIIS lakcn in coinpouiidiiig if, Av-ho propiirod it., did they use I lie right.ingredients and did they rise the right These are tj.uile natural questions n for inyone to ask, but'they are1 safely f answered in every bottle of medicine you get hert. The Red Cross Book Co. Limited .PHONE S15. T. H. MeCREAOV, Do You Ever Wonder Getting On Tp The Fine Points! When yon g'cj; on to the fine points of the lumber business, tlie.ii you will be- gin to iipprcciatc what it means lo maintain a stock Iiiniher in such condition that one is justified in harping on cnialily. To tlie outsider knows .little or nothing about grades of Lumber and classification, Lumber i.s Lumber, and that 'is ;all there is to it. Pint thnve is n, Inrgo dirCerciicc in quality and the sooner you lenrn this fact and dcmaudthe best, the sooner you will save money and acquire salisl'action The .safest, way to avoid inferior qua- lity is to come to us for all your building material.. Come once and be convinced. Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited PHONES: Yard office 362 General office 334 Avenue S. and 121-2 Street P.O. Box 684 r ;