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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .Trtesflay. Jmte 17. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMStR Oft Published fty the HenJJ Putrilihing Co-, LU., Vfnlrg at IU office, SUth Street Alberta. W. A. BUCHANAN frfanjafng Director T. w. auAvtr V Kltert.t, And Siv.1 i 1224 JOHN TORRANCS Managir i tij 1253 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATE! W-W e. -teUvwed s, 11.00 ttc. K gltln 11 THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Drue 4 H. XortWa BcoV J. G CranbrocK, I. Cf-BdtU. ui A Ox; Jtckssa 4 Co.; Ales- Acdra. Hotel: Ptop'e'a Drue Keaar 4 ACU- u Keaar une A K. W, Ftrnle, P CHr B. 119-IUi StreaL "Co., IC5 AlU u 1-1 C.P.R. trtlM 1 ye THE WEEKLY HERALD S Wcfiaeidiy to oFrscrt taA xasury of news 01 the week, loctl tnd district 3 cicalhj ID Me I mgaUn fa ........Tfrc, A MATTER OF TIJIE iiitvaiilagc of this counlvy and of the The Uk-a tlnil UrAinS had ONni-rionve tlicy will Iw able to remove I lie mistakeiv ideas of vliinalv and olltor tliiniis wliich .'IT Iii'W by vriy many of their countryium. It is, howevir, a moot point the allud- ed lo serve tin1 purpose which the Vancouver pani-r sees in it. In Ilii' lifj.1 place, unless ;ive to be iiuiile to allow return Iram-porlatiou to the fiiim'liiiuds'who are to be brought n, they will liml themselves veiy much up agniUst it when the vtutn- sets in. Tor then lliere cannot be any call for Ihe special nbor (hey luve Of a necessity they will be lo congregate in the cities, and, with no bent as lo any rallinij, they iind themselves on the ranks of the memploycd. This from an immiyralion nolicy slmidpninl, can- tot be said to. be altogether desiroblc, nor will it help tlie same. Further the men comprised in the clnss of hiuvesters are not the kind of iuuniyrartls Canadu is anxious to see come in. Vhtit is needed is the man wilb borne sort of capital will.liml vhcii .he arrives that there is uuieh more opporlunilv for his tsing the same prolilably lie has had in the Old Country, The importation of may be useful in helping out he temporary dilliailly which faces the farmers in the at inrvesl lime. Hut as ti means of furthering immigration it can-! lot be recommended. In fact unless means are provided for hose agricultural laborers lo return it would a cruel kindness o bring them here. The Sun-is perfectly right when it says that a brgc propor- of the agricultural population of Great Britain requires' un- leceiviny in the mistaken idea as to the rigors and other uu- deasant conditions here. This points to the necessity of somc- liing more in the shape of an educational campaign lo bring the rue state of affairs before British farminj} communities. There s not a doubt that there arc many farmers, and men used to arming operations, who small capital will be induced to migrate when mistaken conceptions are removed. These arc he real assets in immigration, and if more of them can be-in- luced lo cross the Atlantic the experience they will meet with in he NVest would be the best form of advertisement for this part of he Dominion. ALL THINGS COXSIDERED, there seem fo be few sounder securities today than the bonds and debentures of- Canadian municipalities. While Canada is full of soaring ambition, as a young and rich country should be, she is nlso most conservative in the sense of holding by those principles, of paying every man his due, on wliich British civilization is based. The municipal borrowings of the Dominion have been relatively large during the past few years, but no larger, we believe, than was warranted by the actual expansion of the land's business. No doubt within the near future the British market is likely to hear a good deal more of these municipal loans. The towns of the west, bustling with life, which are springing into considerable cities, will want more capital for lighting, paving, and many oilier of the. utilities and necessities of municipal life, and they will get all they need, as the British investing public are kept fully informed of their progress and the industries at the back of trje'm." The above from the Financial News published in London, England, ought to prove cxlularaling, and to sutlice. to show that Canadian credit has not suffered in any through faults might have been locally prevented. When money is not so easily obtainable as heretofore we may console ourselves wilh the fact lhal.lhis has been brought about by outside circumstan- ces over.w'bicli we have had, no control. It is merely a biding par time until the temporary cloml-wUich-hovers over Ihe money market disappears. The price of Alberta bonds on the London market doesn't icar out the statements of the knockers in the anti-Liberal press. place for it to strike'than the Indian KeserveVUi RECIPROCAL DEMURRAGE i'OINT OF EQUITY put'forward to the Board of Railway Commissioners at Ottawa with regard to demurrage is only reasonable.' Tt is hardly fair that there should be, as discrimination in this. Hallway coinpanics deserve to be penalized for delays in the matter of cars as much as shippers. The instance quoted by G. K. MclDtosb, secretory of Hie Ontario Fruit Growers' association, presents a strong case in justification of the demands put forward before the Railway Board. It hardly seems reasonable that eighteen days should he consumed in the travelling .of a cartof fruit from Western On- tario to Moose Jaw. The shippers in !hc case cannot be said to be asking for too much when they say they will be satisfied if the railways in shipping fruit maintained nn average movement of ten miles nn hour and 240 miles a