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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tagc 8 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD L John Hallam Says rtee Will Benefit the Canadian Prod This eM'la'us iho reason 1C' ibo of I.WS.M4 11--. ol uocl from I'JiuJ.i tlurins: the fiscal > of .ird. ll'll HU.U'O IXiv; to tbe I'oitod ucer tie tfe states will upon :tc o! Cat said Mr, John HalUui, Toronto tvcol JeaKr. "aud bill prolubly has a ro'.iali and. lorby road 10 tnm-1 '.'tfu'ri i', s a law, U 15 a con- jn l'nilfJ Slates' HJ. This stow _, more 16s oi jmo d'Jri'Ji: tfcat vej 0 e-vpouec', wo lak tnOUEit in lor.r.eclion with ap- which I ?hes an Ide elusion that rt.e diuj. either sre.ii liiv tuau-jfac- Or at least t ]ro woollen is to the As icd his u; cuho.-aics of nw.s iii'o :h? sta'wi jcii TC will ILC c-ii ff. in ct (ree ;nlje thp Vmted Pta'e-. Canada wo'jld T.ool anil i! t; Csnaiilan woo! r.iiike; V'li'ed SUtfo his beer. nOiarx Tuiois th for some !me ui-iH-c: to itself: the I'ciied Slate fts. of otfsr ail! be -mj are ready to lake ad 1h- lulled sinus ikx-5 i ol tjrodute'' nil llso wool she 'or domes- Tic con-iniuption and whi'e she ex- ports a of wool to othc-r dries there ar? sojiy tbati '0r au ovivn'Jnliles to ev al lbe pos- cn, a vtESS] ivlth woo, isy "outside Uoston harbor for for ibe limp to roimlric; tnerc are dajs for tbe limp to t'.E requires thai are p-oJuced in lU be remov. ar.ij ccuulvks and ubicli: to land her is forced lo Import on'a free trade basis. "At the present doe some woollen are >he ,arre icar under .0 month basis, other, lima to about Uosed down. olh. 1L cenis per tbe% unporad, ana nta.t JHWOMOO los. o, wool. he 5 acting a to ,hs ,n> i "J h ,e Hwtalion O! this and ;l WM, a tendency to raise wool m tM lhe ,lollse the LmteJ IDB excess E has 5.3d bv tne ultimate consumer, tuo. This ar.iaci.Hi.nUr Is aboul Commenced, and ,1 wtll probib be I and rro? for a fhe great Karset tliat bas been practically lable tte dealers j their stock of wool and i la wiih that of Ibs. ia iSOfi aud Ibs. when ihcrc nas no duty upon nool cnler- tlimrr ine Hie Uaiicd States as Is shown on ji.ige ?7i) oi tbe report of thp DomTn- opened to ;til tbat iltne, and a large ina f the Canadian clip of i will Ji'e disposed oi in the of trade of United Stales [laa wool. Icn peFarLmcnt at Trade and Cor.i- incrcc for "In order 10 obtain an idea of the rTfcrt the present will produce, let us examine on prices in tbo States and Canacia" before and after tVie of the tarift uuder. tho ISO-', while Eostcn "With.the tariff removed, with jrM'E production ol Ibs lv w. draw npcn, -iril'] the normal reinoval of ilie taritE atlduciion and con-ninipUon of wool ID ether coa-Jtrtes, tbe markets of Ihc world open, to all buyers, theri caanol be any great change in of in countries o' the YMlson bill. the 'tariff in force nno'attou for Obio fin? unwashed wool rcas -O'.i cents, In Toronto on the satne date TOO! "Tjfibicd'al 10 cenis. On August moval of tariff, and Canadians I have lo be satisfied with recelT ine ihe preference over other cation in'fhe trade willi the United States en account ot their praxiaiily to the 1S3G niter ihe Uritt removed, the, American markets, with prac pamc vvool ijucted at cents injtlcaliy the same as at present, sub Uoston and on the date it was I jet t r-n1> to ibe ueual nucluation 11 at Ills cents In TororJo, 50 the market occasioned th' jcn that the nrices jn-sc-j universal law of supply and demand. lic-alfy the after UiO tariff wall I iad removed. At the p-rescnt! time in anticipation of tae removal ol, the larift, the Tloston on Ofiio fine unn-afhod n-ool is -1 ctr.ts, nrd dealers in. ihe United States are quoting the prices paid for there _last ycir, although the prices on TVOO! in Holland. Canada and tlie world's markets have about over Jasl jcar.- The trading in the .United is-light, and prkes London, May homb addressed 1o Hrnry Curiis Ren dcclfned to a free basis Innctl, the poice magsrae, ui aoticipaticn of the removal of tbe hearing the charges agatasl the tariff, the prices 5n Canada have EO that tbe Delations for frage-Ue leaders, was delivered by at Bow Street polic eH kno-vn by all cial took it and enlaced In the .d brandies of the woollen Industry there are many pradei and of do- fhcesi, and their each class of ?-ool having its jjailicnhr iiSe In the Uatfp, to the particular quality and Kind oi goods to he man- ufactured. Kor this reason ro coun- try all the grades of v-ool which are best addrtad to al! wz io 'phich vrcol put, hence each Couujfry HB surpliia of a in a pail of water. When ll.e package nas opened i was found to contain a tin tobacc. with wire and filled uil powder, iliot- and a cartridge io the of the carl ridge a nail, ivnicli, i; it licen struck; ticular and ImportB the gradrs of wool ft requires to facture Jts producla to the ad- have fired th bomb and exploded ils contents. Three 6Hana. reported noticeable In some Dr, FrlcfJmaun'A patients there, an Dr. I'orler, Eocrecary of-the I1 SJ'.T sajs he IB impressed by ihe prosres SHOE SH Easier io Vie Better for the Shoes E chool Board Discuses Measles No Summer School Lethbridge This Year AJods.'ca iJJ coi ciuse '.L'? >wii p{ sin? pchooU lor a few days A i last uigbi's meeting of e board matter uas broached ut no acclou lakeu. Dr. Thomson asnlng that ihe Board cf Health id tlecldea to ihe outcome of he casts during the next rce or foiir lion ever, ihe octor conflrmeJ the itatemcni yub- shed In ill-raid lo the; 'ect that the number cf cases rted is fncieislnj; in number d3ll> fl thai outlook ts by nicau; fiihi. du-ataie school and West ftisier school seem io he the vltiefj of malady. Miiii few cases) 'ported ainong the pupils of Gal- -aith and KJeeiwood school? The of tbe hoard, last ght of a purely routine char-, cter. The finance committee has not et reported on the final estimates or Ihe >ear. Deputy Minister of Kducatioii Me- enzie "rote th-il for this jear onlj' ne summer school for e held, that io be located at Cara- -ose. will therefore not e the centre for one of these schools his If'the school boarJ to ..ore property to Fleetsooj chool grounds they will have lo pay variety of prkca to tlio differeot -rners of tl.e lots making up the ad- itSoual area it is proposed to pur- base. The prires lor tbe lots rang- -d trom to ?CCO per 1o; The tes and buildiug committee con- Ider the prices and report. Supt. Hamilton's moatWy report bowed the following aiteodjnce fig- res for April: Enrolment for month 1176 HOI Vverage daily "attendance U9S 10GI 'otal enrolment for term IGO'J 1117 ATerage daily attetidance for Menu 102 During the month a-'total ot -10S ,ev pupils enrolled Only 2S eft the city that ihc net pain.for F; raonttrwas a school population of 0, Miss Dunn's 'cias? the hanner or the month'Vith a percentage of The superinter.deit recommended hat for next fall another kinclergar- en class be opened at U'estrainstcr chool. The class nt prcatnt U ereat- y The matter re- erred lo the school'managcmcnt com- mittee. Cadet Inspection annual Inspection of LeUiljridge Scucols.CaJet Battalion No. 301 has been set for May and Major of Calgary Mill make the in- ction. Tho trustee5 and parents 1 a hearty invitation to be present iu drill on TrJtlay atternoon. May -3. Tbe so nto annual traioing camp at Calgary m July 'l. ner. F. C. .Atkins, of flardteillle. who has been doinc excellent rduca- Eonal among the foreign sp HR pofiulation in that part of the school distrkt, urote asking for the of tne basement of ol for a concert to be given by his jiuplU on the- evening of Maj 16. The request was granted and Mr. At- kins congratulated oti his very good After considering the matter for the past month, the board ha1? decid- ed to fcfjuip the Pimnasinm at V> minster school at a cost of The apparatus HI be in place before October to he reaOj for winter. A formal vote of thanftg to Man- ager Dodman ot Hudson's Ua> Co for supplying 2000 trees for Arbor was passrd. Ottawa, May the silling of tho house, the announce- ment -wag made liy Premier Borden that the inpplomentary estimates uhlch will he brought down shortly ttill contain a grant from tho Canad- an goieminent to the family of Capt. Scott of the Mrilish navy oho lost his life en the, re 1 urn irip from Iho So-ith The matter was brought up by lion. Ho-Jcriphe Lcmieuv, who, some nieks aso, suggested (hat Ihe Canadian government-should do sotnc- thing. He asked It the supplementary contain a vote for Captain Scotl'j family. Premier bor- flrd ;