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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JUNE THK LETiinnmoE DAILT HERALD PAGE ELEVEN IF Would Fine Investment, Roads Convention Delegates at Winnipeg Hear. a Canadian highway be the Inreetment Canada could and i thtt (night ratti M materials be rtdocad fcy the were the of lie addresses de- limed before the Canadian Good Roads convention here this roorninr. Oca million dollars would be spent In Canada each year by lAmtiican tour- ists it Csattis poiteued a highway, declared. Hefbart Cuthbfrt, executive ncreUry of the Pacific Northwest Tourist' AasocUtlon, of Wuh.-, during the coarse of bis on. "Highwiys and Tour- isU." He averted: that the money spent here would prove way of itablll- ting the adverse rates of eichange. The oulldlng of an extension net work of serviceable highways air over Canada. Is'.a work of paramount 1m portancet- one of the chief reasons being thaf the farmers would benefit considerably, Us ThU would on the'ni' to get their produce to market "raora oxpedltlously and at a tauch lais cost. These. Iwo factors are responsible for Increasing the price of commodities to the consumer and de- creailngi'Xtho fanners' profits, he 5. A. P. Sandlues, of Columbus. Ohio, railroads of Canada lower the ;freight on rond building materials and so facilitate tho In- cieased building of holier roads throughout th'o country, lu a address, he slated that good roads among Ereolet assola of tho LIGHTNING KILLS TWO NEAR OTTAWA OTTAWA, June t. MUs Edith daughter ol i. H. North Dower, and the Intuit child cf Mr. tnd WlltUm of Ftllowfield, Ttra killed by bolt of Itektfltec wkloh "stack durine atorra. Park a ahock. Miss was illUac witk the child on her knee whtn tin llfhtnlne Jtruck ind boik bod- tad ly horned. (Coallifaei from' SAMUEL KARRIS Chairman, Legl.lation Commltttt, Can- idlin Manitficturtrs' Awoclatlon Mr. Ktrrti of tne Harris Lithographing Co., Toronto, and hat bid pracllcal experience In all depart- ota of Ifthographing Industry. He baa for quite a lengthy period oc- cupied the position of, chairmtu of the Leglelatton ComniHtee and has brought to bear on the work of tho office leal and enerfry :thit have won tho praise of his afsociatec. Re- cently Mr. Harris has ing the employers of Ontario on the Royal Commission for the llon o< labor laws a.1 KBW TORK, June nnprres- dented situation to an ecd 1 o'clock thts afternoon when York and New Orietns cottoo ei- changes reopened after being closed parts of. two business days while the If rival In Liverpool was mrryinf lively trading, Trading In the American future mar- ket was resumed on advice from Wash- ington that President Wilson signed the Joint, resolution .of Con- gress repealing'the C6raer amendment to the agricultural appropriation bill. This Rctlon legalized the form of contract now tn use by cotton traders. uwwuo i r---------lUUULlMUL uun iu UBB uj V.ULXUU LTBUCID. country, declanug them to ha mission- Brokers say that in cases of rare of greater production, proiperily necessity In the three ei- chanjee have closed by mulual agree- ment. The Liverpool market Is said happiness. Lfbera.l.niemhets regard the long ecEjlon .'which' laiicd from eight o'clg'cVlajl- half pait six morning, Indicating that (ho governrhcnt ia determin- ed to rtish the remnlillcg business of Ulo'sesalon through QS soon oft posslolo." 'Government eupporlers are also oi the opinion that a de- lermjued will bo made to get through ly the end of the expected that Sir Roberf-Bbrden, when he moves the holiday adjournment to cover tomorrow, will also bring In again his auion for morning and Satur- day Adjourn Over Thursday OTTAWA, Juno 2 illy Canadian Associated Iho motion of Sir Itobcrt Borden, the house this afternoon decided to adjourn over to- morrow. Froni after Friday until the end of the session; the house will each day at.2' o'clock instead of 3 o'clock. The' oneEllon of Saturday "When eat let it be the Best" sittings has, for the