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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHHR1DGE DAILY .MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 She Xetbbtiboe Ibewilb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and Publlthm THE LBTHBRIDOE HERALD PMNTiNG COMPANY LIMITED South, Lethbridse W. A. BUCHANAN President and Mo no fins Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bureau ot OirculMiocs Subscription Rates: Pally, delivered, per week .15 Dsflr, jwr ed Twenty years ago -wo -were em- plmically assured that (he United States could produca the cheapest iteel In world and that she irojild very eooa "annex the world's trade.'' Experience, however, has not lived up to the forecast. tAlthough'the States ished new capital on steel although the productive or manufac- tariag capacity was expanded by many nillu'ons ot tons home consumption retirements altlSLVjsli w many ttorfcs were built that Am- erica could undertaken 90 'ou introduce into the. language within twenty-four hours .a tiew word of can competition. Great Britain export-1 meaning. Accordingly'on every wall ed..very nearly a sovereign's worth of iron and steel for every dollar's worth exported by the United States. History Is likely to repeat itself, says the Economist, in regard to Bri- tain's advance in the exportatipn of steel. It proceeds to prove why It holds this view. Whilst iu the United States iron ore is deposited- a thou- sand miles from the coal, involving two hauls by rail and a voyage by boat before tiie ore could be smelted, and while: the eteel products, if for ex- port, had to be carried between 400 and 500 miles to seaboard, in the little Island of Great Britain raw 'material supplies, manufacturing plants, and ipping ports are practically side by TIME AHEAD JOHN BULL It is customary in these days for fo Ipp'c on Great Britain as greatly crippled in the war vrith a dis ,'mal prospect ahead in the way ''establishing the commercial suprem ''aoy once held. John' Bull, however ;is by BO means moribund, and, in th'e 'yeniacular Is still doing business a1 the "old stand and ready to do mon wttt, great prospects ahead. The steel Industry is one of Grea BrMAin's great industries, and, ii spite of the prophets of 111 .omen, thj future of this industry Is bright for John Bull. Economist, ,a financial publica tlon In Great Britain, contains a ver; illuminative aad.instructive article o the prospects ot lion's sharp of tlie steel trade in foreign Bui, observes tbo Kconomtst, there is not Inbor enough available to eel tho United Stales' steel nillts go'nr< at anything like full capacity. Imtnigra liun lias been nuspomlod for years. Th59 has cut off (ho supply of fresh workmen, upon wh'.cli Ire nd on all places accessible were balked up the letters Q. U, 1, Z, and H Dublin yyas enquiring what they aeant. The wager was'won and the vord remained incorporated into our anguage. 2. The opposite rocks'at the en- ranee ot the Mediterranean, cue In Spain and tho other in the African ontinent. 3. Boys of St. Paul'i School, Lon- don, Eng. 4. lA white baud spanning the sky ike a rainbow; If east and .west ex- pect dry nbr'th and south vet 5. An iroucjad with a flat deck, stern, and one or more movable urrets, G. Supposed to date from the. lime of the pillar dollar of Spain, a dollar being originally a "piece of eight" (S The curve is regarded as a partial representation of the figure S and the vertical strokes are taken to represent the Pillars of Hercules which were stamped on-the coin ori inally. The vertical strokes are also us signs of contraction. ONUlftlORl But Seeding Delayed Later .Than Last For f Seed and -Feed- II Big Acreages to be Planted- More Hay Still Required (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, April farmers are patiently waiting the- weather to clear-up and give them a chaitce