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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBKID fi E D A11, Y .H E R A.L D TUESDAY, APRIL U, 1511 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 by the Lclhbrldlt Htrsli Printing Ce., Lid., every lawful evening it lit office. Sixth SI, Alberta. Ctnacta. JOHN Manager PHONE: rigt Circulation ml Jcfc Departments 1232 W. A. Director PHONE: Editcrisl, Keportoriat and Department 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATEE t jcir, iollrerea J4.00 1 yeir. by mail S months, Jol'.vercd 52-00 6 momhs. by mall.................... S months. 3 months, toy mall.................... t mouth.' ik'llvered .'.................35 1 by mail cbaiiHcci as as dcjired. 1'iH bo'h anj old addresses mast tc Riven >3 justify lhe declared adherence of.'the liberty to ship his wheal wherever, and when- jnenl lo Ihal iiolicy. So long as a'Tory govern- mcnl conlinucS: we presume lhat these industries be confined fo lhe nursery, or else there is no argument in Mr. While's (ieclaralion of faith. To holster up lhe large profits of the manu- facturers the people al large have to suffer. FRKB ever, he can obtain lhe best price for it. According to Mr. Dennis, who spoke at the Board of Trade smoker a little lime ago, lhe west will have lo look for immigration entirely lo Ihe United Stales. He mentioned thai lhe farmers lo he drawn fruni there are most desirable in FOOD MEANS FREE-TRADE, and under the everyway. Will not the removal of the duly on Tory principle of larift" anything which would wheat help out Ihis immigration policy, in offer- bring relief in lowering Ihe cost of foodstuffs is not lo be thought of for it rible spectre of free trade. l disclose the hor- Here is somelhiiig for the people lo make note nf. Simply because lhe government has-bound itself fast to the Tory Iradition of protection theyi have to grin and bear the crushing burden of lhe: high cost of living. FREE FOOD MEANS FHKE TRADE; let us nol forgel this. Thai is the dictum of lhe govern- H inent oracle. The Tory principle of prolcclipn must be maintained al any cost, no matter how the pockels, Die convenience, (he comforts, and all that go lo make life easy for the masses, are adversely aHeclcd. ing lo these men not only cheaper and more pro- ductive land than could he obtained in the States, hut an added attraction in the like conditions ot marketing which prevail there which a free tariff would afford? And would nol the growth of iommunities, and the added development brough ahout by those desirable immigrants, lend lo fur- nish (raffle for the railways in the carrying ol commodities on which greater profits are made in the doubtful event of grain carriage being dis- placed? OUK POINT OF VIEW MR. WHITE ON FREE WHEAT. IN deciding thal'whenl and flour should not go on the free lisl, Ihe Minister of Finance went Ihrough a pieamlilc. He slated the argumenls piiC forward by the western farmers, and those placed before him by lhe millers, and Ihen un- hesitatingly declared in favor of the latter. The millers scored a victory. The plea lhal their particular industry would lie ruined hy the faking off of duties prevailed, in spite of the fact that they can tncel the millers of Minneapolis in open eompelilion in Liverpool, and, selling their flour al a much lower price than they do in Can frda, still make a profit. "Against (he contention of the farmers lhal Jbey would benefit by lhe higher prices for wheal bver Uie Mr. While slated thai, in the fcvenl of free entry of our wheat lo the American market, the fide of our hard wheal descending iipon Minneapolis would at once (-finalize prices on both sides of_lhe line. For the moment we will agree wilh him, even (o Ihe point odvunm by opponents lo reciprocity Ihal the rush rif Can Lelhbridge entertains the teachers of Albert; this week. We sincerely hope Lethhridgc appre cialcs the honor, though we have found il in mi experience that the teacher does nol enjoy th place in the community lhat properly belongs l T. BrymnenMgr same percentage QISTE today. making this declaration reaffirm at ion of fiscal policy I do not TdaJi to be understood nor do I wish the National Policy to be mideislood as laying down the proposition thai individual duties mar r.ot with chang- ing conditions -be lowered or vtl when circumstances warrant or the so requires." PORTAGE FARMERS SEEbjHO la Prairie, Man., April S- Kilson, a farmer, west of Macponalil, IB working on bis land today, and started harrowing. He did first seeding on April 9. TO .think of arranging passage for your fritnfis ari'l relations In The Old Country, vhom you expect to bring out Jo the spring You can secure tiiclr tickets here and alt arrangements will bt inade for their forwarding by THE DONALDSON LINE For Information etc.. apply to any steamship ot rail' agent, or H. E. L1DMAN, General Agent 349 Main Street, Winnipeg QUEEN OF GREECE, WITH LITTLE DAUGHTER Horn when her'falter wan fighting the The young Princess Calh< erlno of Greece, thu flUth child of Queen Sophia, tio Bister to the German Kaiser, wWIo her fatlicr, the King of Greece, was at the Ironl during lhe Halkin war. WE CAN TELL YOU WHERE TO PURCHASE OR SELU pros !'ET STOCK AND AU, KINDS Of L1VK STOCK TUB BKST MBAN8 Or HEACHIXG YOUR DESTINATION THK BEST HOARDING HOUSES.: IN THE CITY W'B HAVE OK THIS NOTE f'APKK, COMB IN AND USB HOVE WHtTINd TO YOUR FKIKNDS LETHBRIDGE FREE INFORMATION BUREAU DALLAS HOTEL ;