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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TJIF LETITBRTDflE DAILY HEKALI) sday, fcptcnilter 20, 1911. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ".n OfrOPIM lonv Published by The Lsthbrldge Horald Publishing Co., Ltd. every tvcnlng at ll> office, Sixth 'Slreet, Letlibridge, Alberta Can. W. A. Director and Editor PHONE: PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job DepU. Editorial, Reportorlal, and Newt 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES year delivered 1 year, by m'iill 53.00 ii months delivered 52.00 j tf .UOIItus> by man M-BO 1 month, by mail SJ.OO .35c. 3 mouths, delivered. 1 month, delivered Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new ami old ad- drcssi'S must given THE WEEKLY HfRALO Published every Wednesday in cisht or more poses, aud contains B summary of tliu news of the week, local and district I year in advance ti months, in advauoe 3 months, in advance Cross Drag Hook Store. J.G.Hobert- fan Co.. Jackson .t t.'ojH1. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Co.. Hamilton. Plncner D. L. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernle B. Seal THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook. E. Belittle .1 Atchiason. L. Relnecka. Blamofld City Dnig Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Co. Browa 215 lib St. Spokane-Tile Jnmiesou News Co., TOii -Riverside Ave. Also on all C.. P. R. Traini t DURING the election campaign, W. A. Suchjnan will not be asso-cinted with the editorial work of The Herald, which will be conducted by other members of the A Last Word T'HK Areaiesl Canadian politlc.il J_ fight of half a century is ;il! hut over, anil little remains 10 be don-c but casi and count the bal-'ots. K lias not been u fight over .jarty, so much as one owr an issue, It is true the greater >art of the Lib-era! party has sup-jorted th-e government in il-5 reel-irocity policy, and rhe greater port )f uie Conservative party has stood ay its leaders. In opposing -the Reciprocity al pureiiit-4. and a very proportion of tliese are rnising; cotton, tobaccos, a lisa r. Indian corn, tropical I'ruita. nnd clher products which Canada, for climatic reasons, does not rais-e extensively, if at all. While accurate information is not available it is safe to 'Ssy that not ibaa hvelve or fourteen cent, of the people of the United States are raising crops such as can be and aiv prc-tlnced in Canada, these twelve (fio American murlteU must'; weigh only 58 llts., while In Cmuulirlt must "tvyijjii iJ2 ID tile sHIl anuihcr U that srain is sold fty sample, which t'UM-y fnrnwr know-j Is not only a protection but' a profit. With reel- liroclty. nnwt also Income Add to these wverul thai com I UK from rcducud freight rntes both parties ever since the previous reciprocity arrangement was abrogat- ed hy that country in !S6H. The Lib- erals admit It, and the Conservatives, who are now opposing the not deny it. .Mr. Magrath. the anti- reciprocity candidate in this corMU- uency, admitted it in Sis speech the Majestic Theatre on September and ootibtless elsewhere. ?iiiorpover, it was uwe first, and ad- mittedly tli-e most important, demand made hy ilie nine hundred farmers' dPiosafos. repres'jnting ihe agricul- tural interests of this country, when they Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier and the government last Decom- The opposition say the govern- ment had no mandate to bring about Burh-a'mea-iura, bur. the fact that it lias been the policy of'both' parties for fiftv vears, that no fewer than On the other hand, Canada's vast t is tfcy pur- agricultural areas, -barely touched, to deal cbn-iai-3 -b-jlng rapidly rilfed, und the am- 'Sleveu efforts have been made by governnvaafs of Canada since ifiUtf to Secure such a trade arrangement, and that tho greatest and the fundament- al cla-js of the country made a spec- ific demand for it, is surely mandate sufficient for any government. A Wider Market .The object of reciprocity to secure for the Canadian producers' ,d wider market. Right at our doors is a market of people, but thp producer is kent of it by the high tariff levied by cho I'nil.ad States Bov-arnmcnt on all goods on- .tering the country. Even if pric- PS of. produce in the States were no hirher tlinn thev are in Canada, it lin of advantage to the ri.nbt to trade in such a market, not, cjily prict'o would be high- er, but when it is to find Buyers for surplus grain, livo stock, dairy prod UPS, fish. Him- "t-ar. -.MC. ft jp oaaentially a meas- ure for freer trade, giving the Can- ndlnii the right to ns'o the market-.! if he wkihos. It is nrgued in oppoailion that the Unil-ad States Is an agricultural rotin- and will cuter into competition with the Canadian right in ('annda. Such is not the case, how- today, whatever It. may haw In days wlreu Sir John A. MiMlonaid and Hon. Oeorge K. KHS- (pr Mtujfhr. .reoiprotifty. ...Today only per cent, of rim people of tlie Un- itud Stutes are engnaed in agrlcultiir- aunt of agvifiiiKura! production is in- creasing out of ali proportion to its consuming population. Each year-.i'ees an increasing Amount of produce that iiiu-jc be fold, but rhe available mar- kets are not sufficient to it at bargain prices. Reciproc- ity will open the great market of States to the Canadian cannot raise it successfully. The pre- sent duty of 30 cents a bushel Keeps Canadian barley out, and as. a res nil very Hrtle rs But harE-ey was grown very extensively In Ontario be- fore the prohibitive duly was put on It. Today the best malting barley is quoted in Toronto at SO rants, "while u Buffalo the quotation is 51.15 a buslval, and the farmers holding, what they have until reciprocity comes into effect that they msy the whote 35 cents advantage. The same holds good >vith flax, the ijuota- tion in Ouhith av-sraglng-io cents u bushel higher than .Winnipeg for the pa-it ;jix. j-ears, and_ during the past month the spread has been, as much as wnts. The present JMce for oats iu Ghicago is cants for 32- Ib'. bushel 'while in Winnipeg it is SSt.i cents for 3-( Ib. bushel. Cattle Prices A-3 to cattle, it should 'oe enough States at a cheaper price of the reduction of the duty. The fish- ermen of Canada and live lumbermen, by the removal of the American duty, will access to the very profitable markets across the line. The Matter cf Cok Another very importaut feature q( the agreement is that coke is placsd on the free list, whereas the present duty is 20 per The result of that will be that the great American -smelters of the nortlnvssterB will get their supply of coke fropi the Crow's Ntest Pass and the cast crn slope of the Rockies, .of iu Pennsylvania as st present., The development of the coal mining and coking industry as of thte ean scarcely be cstima.ted. It will make the industry boom and many coking coal mining proper- ties will be developed, and ,the prea- eut plants .adding .papula tioii and home .the, peo- ple of Lethbri.dge'aml_ Southern Al- berta. great advantage of recipro- city agreement, is that. so ,ar- range as to provida_a new market for any voter to know that and better prices for the producer ranchers and cattle dealers who and nt the aame time make "prices have made a study of their business j are unanimously in favor of recipro- city, knowing as they declare that it will add from to ?20 per head to lower Cor the consumer, PI in short, vallie- M'en Pat Burns. D. farmer. It is sufficient to take his surplus, Ai: there is an demand. Canada's present markets are not sufficient. Another is need- ad, and reciprocity provides it. The Wheat Market Take wheat, for instance. While uot many years ago, the United States was exporting as-much as bushels annually, tire amount has been steadily decreasing, until last year only bushels were ex- ported. Thfe year their crop is es- timated to be bnakils MsC than last year. >That means that this year, they must import nearly 000.000 bushels, or cnrtail their con- sumption." Canada, on the other hand, has bad an increasing amount for export each year, Jn the -West this year tliere will be a yield of about 200.- HOO.OOO hiwtisls, and the largest i-ious yield was bushels. Allowing that the home market will bushels of this yiekl, addition to what is produced in :lie other parts of Canada, and this is very liberal allowance, where will he Western farmers sell their other i biwhels? British grain intl irilling authorities that. Bri- ain tliia or any other year will not j over bushels. This leaves bushels without a market under conditions, for the markets in the Orient and other countries ia v-ery limited, and grow- ing wry slowly. The obvious mar- ket for Canada's surplus is the Un- ited States' deficiency. Even if the pricey paifi in the United States were no higher than in Canada, It will he a gveatV advantage to the Canadian farmer to a maricat where he can dispose of his surplus. Better Pricei in the States But the higher prices paid In the States make that market all tlveniore desirable. Figures to prove this have bnen given to fore and a very few win suffice. For the past six ilio average price of No. J N'orLhcrn wheat iu Winnipeg has been 'US tsntg, in Minneapolis It wan Jl.Oi, a difference of cents per i Hut Ihe opening of the American' wheat market hug additional ad Balccvski. H. Fares, .1. F. Brad- shaw, Ray Knight, George Lane, and many others who might h-a named, would not support reciprocity, some of them forsaking their -party alleg- iance to do so, if th-ay did not know tli-e advantages accruing, C. A. Ma- grarii, D.LIS., and R. B. Bennett, K. C., to the contrary. The removal of the duty ot 27 per cent, on cattle valued at over a iraad, and of p'ar head on animals, will give the ranchers a great advantage. They have better j cattle, can raise them fatter, and Ireav- and thereby obtain not only, the Chicago average price of per cwt., but the average prica of, for prime fats, while the average price for the past. six years for (he- best steers bought in -Winnipeg has been per cwt. For the week ending Sept. "16, this is done by subjecting the food trusts and transportation companies who have been making exorbitant profits under present existing tions. This is more fully ex'jttdfned in another article thw issue' of thie Herald. V Help the Manufacturers The supporters of reciprocity claim and have shown the reasopablen-aBS of thiair contention, that the prq'poWfl trade relations with the United States will provide a' 'new market! cause better priees for pro- ducts and at the same time lydiicp the cost of living in the couritry. '.A1J these combined will add to 'the pros- perity of the people who are jn Can- ada to. take advantage beno- fits. Moreover, this prospV'ity will be ih-e means of attracting other set- tlej-5 to the country in larger nuni- bers. thereby adding to 'th-s home market for the Canadian manufac- turers and agriculturists, for the'citioa and towns grow with the agricultural The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1079 Phone 1291 Uourassa, Boss ol Canada, and to poll his qnlen nominally Prcniicr .Jiistltnvn vote- pariy'aud he sure that Iiis oi it Well, not yet Vole for Buchanan. Get everybody out- Jo vote. A lull cxprussion- of opinion is wanted. rur cue weeh enqing aepi. j.n, iaii, only last week, the price for The mamiiacluiwrs will beef cattle" off the Montana and Wy- oming ranges, in Chicago ranged from ?G.OO to ST.75 a and a whole drove of Montana heifers sold at Th-are is no doubt as to the prosper as l-a vouched for by of eastern manufacturers who are disobeying edict of the aianufactinoia Association thtt (ConUimed on page OUR POINT OF VIEW Principle and not pavLy should (lorn- L.Ii rpciprndty hri'ngs rnUwny. inate this election. (petition into Canada, as tij janti'ii fear, it will he ihe best'thing Let conscience and common sense that could have happened to rcct you how lo'volt. 'country. Over-conlidencc lias defeated many a 'cawfidtiie. liiicluuian will win but it is the duty of every supporter of reciprocity to make sure of vote ifor r.Iagralh means an cn- dprsenient of .Bordtm and his nnfci- ally, Bourassa, lestricted trade and an iiicrcased cost of living. ncighh'or luis voted too. If' i.he fiinncrs have-not'got everv- thfng tlicy asked, for, or are not ab- solutely satisfied with the -Liberal-ad- assurance have liJiey of anything better from K. L. Henri Hoiirassa, Sif- I'oti and thcirjirrcconcilable followers? Analy-Ee1 reciprocity nad you will find that it. mciaus prosperity nud j progress for tlio people of this pro- (viuce. Even its opponents will pac- jticipjiie in the benefits and eventually wonder whv. they tuicri to turn it down, nacilen-licHtrassa-Bennell make Brit- ish nlood boil at such combination of Conservatives, and corporations. party's defeat .when they get so (lhc election inure hclng deferred. If the .Conservatives win on Thursday, tlic 'Conservative can- flidaiu ii; that constituency will have. walkover on October J2, when the election lakes place. Ii'thny hclicvo they will carry, the country, they ohould he glad of a .Deferred'election. people of Canada, .at a upit ir as individuals, will not bf affected n the slightest in.their loyalty md allegiance to Britain and British nstltutions by ?ny oth- er agreement of Its character The people of Canada are determined to retain their proud pesjtjon in the Brit- ish Empire.. .Their loyalty, is tjot and. cannot be affected. fiut what" I and what 1 intend.to prove before I am through, is that it tfi. the denire and intention of the people of the United States to render more light and mi- Mr. MiigrnUi toirt Iiis Nor Mi Lcih- bridcit' audience that he was opposed io the policy of the corporations who worked for huge Yet he is the'bond that 'binds us to through reciprocity and not opposing the reciprocity policy jths James Whitney, restriction through retaliation is iho corporations fear i will at; some Conservative Ontario, at iVhat the electors of Canada should 'distant unkiio.wii limo decrease their [North Bay. vote for next Thursday. I present large profits. American gradca aiv tlian In Wheat Rimli lower S Nurlhern hen- will grade No or -better there. This mirk, two to Ihree ceniH a biwhwl to the price. Aloreoror, wheat to snide No. l in The Supreme Point About Our Drugs Is Their Reliable (nitty The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE 555. T. H. MeCHtADY, Lot iis htintlle your next proscription nnd sec well we cnn fill it. We make it our custom supply Iho, purest drugs of highest quality at. llic most, reasonable price. i "I am hot the least afraid of anhexa- hiiliot martcpd for Buchanan and jifon I have too reciprocity means greater prosperity [much respect for Canadian manhood 'pr Canada, for Ihe individual and the [to think of such a B. Ben- nation, a reduction in Mie cost bi Conservative candidate in Cnl ing, more work and butter wages. 'Joseph' Heniicr, the- Goiiseryntive St.." Boiiifiicc, "niade a most rcinarkahle .stiitcmont tlfu other evening at a public meeting, when he it_ Ll 'Isold that if a Conservative covuni- gary, in the Majestic Theatre, Leth- b brjdfle, Friday, September 3th. Think !-mcnt worc placcd Howcr by the it over, Mr. Voter, and shoot it at the yrocoetl to ncgolinlo Messrs. Fielding and Palprson hart .'next member of the gum boot brigade a mnrc rxlcndcfl reciprocity agrcc- tlie tpciprocidy agreement so arranged jwh9 talks te you. that it will give the consumer cheap- foot! al, Liic'sainc time give the producer heller prices for his product. This !a more mcnt with the United, States. .Docs 'Mr. Hnrnic: speak authority oc is lio nieiely (t'ying (o calcli rccipro ford to themselves hy defeat- Thosc ardent aDti-reeijirocity people ihc mchsiire for relief that they imagine they sec rust on the asked for. Laurier wants to grant rails of cast and west lines will still their rnqiirsi, Ronlcn emphatically ft the privilege of shipping their (repudiates ii. Thn is theirs, produce out that, wny if (hey want Ip'fctep the rails bright. is {.he fanners' election logical seqiioncf! of tlieir visit to votes for the (lonsei'vati've can- iawa last December. They cannot at- dUlate? Eviilently', in Proycnchcr, fhn electors arc HIcc John Hcrron found The vote on reciprocity Canada is now competing- success- fully in the liritish markets with the nations with which Britain has fav- then, in Maclrnd, "everybody in lliu riding wants it." Ii will lie noticed that in the Con- erViilive of honor" of Liberals opposed to reciprocity, (hero are very fow, if any, They are straight referendum on question oral "'catics. Surely then millionaire, manufacturers who ft Kfi n n foil r nt' iml nf (tm fli iii fdirc nf Itn M-hcrc need he no fear of mil being a I) lo io m eel. their competition .in out1 own home nmrkel. Argentine is of M'ider markets and lictlcr prices; or inarkrfs and unfavorable pric- Oonsrrvjitivcfi cnn vote for it il.sl ns coimistetitly us Liberals can. I tivprrise it can w-Il it Ovcr-confiik-ncc lost many an in Urit'ain aml get llrilajn's prices, lection ;iud caiiKcd many grievous ra- Hay Iho am nfntid of flu; thin odge of Urn wcilffci thai, will pry them loose from .some profits. 'I'lmii' guilty con- tre f.s. Don' I I ake I oi i much for Kvt-ry eleclur should fed a not going to .sell qcef, mutloti or however, is Hint df wlu-.it in Cniiadii wfi'-'n wilh no ninn-. for Ihi! rcciprocily jifireuinynt ilocs not alTc.cl aiiv (.'anndiaii niatiit- facLui'crs rvcepl making agri- tiiral implcniunlA nnd thoW. lire nitt reduced much ;is inost pcoplo Tin1, r'nirscrviilives 'riniiiiler and Kainy Kivcr would like to sico them; ;