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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE- HEKALD Monday, October 27, 1913 If 1- r LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALfc ESTAIU3HEO OZCEMtER by the Ltthbrldje'Kcrsid Printing ltaH (lit evening it Iti offici. Sixth Street, Lithbrldst, Alttrtj, PHONE: EdltorUI. And Neti Department 1224 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATH 1 delivered J4.N 1 jfir, bj W-09 6 months, dellrereij C noslii. by mill ll.w S deaths, bj mill J. Ei.ll Ms- conlhs, dellrared il.00 1 montb, .delittred J5c. chltrtd a new M4 THE DAILY HERALD FOR iAtt'AT Cross Drut t Book Store; J. O. Rob- ertson Co.; L .Co.; Alciimlri Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Elcre; KeaDf AHln; LetibrldK Ho lei Cigar SUnd; Empreis Baf- fSt LimcH, Dtim'M D'Ara. Medicine Hat Asslnlbolt D. .Mart thy Co.; Craibroot Book Company. Plr.cher Dr. McCrea; MitciwU Drot Co........ Biot. Wide World Ktwa Co.; Shop, 115 Street. Sewn Co. 705 Hirer Side Avenue. Gritty Ho'.A- >Co- tea Xerrs Agency.' Bock mi Store, 10SA Slh' Are. Worla-News .Co. i Ptniher EaKard ...'.-.Resi -_ 'SL Sews Co. KnoV den. News Co. THt WEIKLV HERAUD." Il feels, however, So make ilic ailniissioh, liiouRli a fiulf-heiirleil one-, that which jxinuu- faeluni oliiefH" for foreign niarkelsjuiiy uul he grfcJlly projCulU-td, while. possiWy. freiyiit r-.-.lcs may Ihe partly converted Toronto Netfs is influenced'by or by exiieiHcncy.-it w.oujirbe inleresl- ini; to tlie lullcr-i! tH? will nave in llic councils of'the nation when th'e'iicw rcdis- intuition bill becomes a fact, mid tliat slock is already taken of the par! il will the political situaiibn.'" The signs look tncouraginK thai Western deninnds have, n chance of at. Ottawa jf ngijatipii is to, be kepi up. ElVprls should be relaxed lo obtain the necessary relief. We all know.lhal our hunt.vvltcut is.n necessity not only jiii Ihe markets of Hit world, but in Ihc American market. Sirj i William Whyle has ndmilled lo the Toronto (Uobe- lliat i serious danger of ;i wheat blockade before the end of the season ;of ocean navigaTiaru point in that car- goes .may rapidly limn can taken euro'of j there, cfiok'iii'g of'tlie elevators and it congestion j all along Ihe line' 16'primary shipping points on Uie.prairies.'; for-our whcal and the. soullK'rn.ronJe.ctpsed, exports will scekjhe ocean if the rouie is blocked, as the Toronto Globo shrewdly remarks, .THE v it is-miile-cerlain-thal-ifie millers of our wheat for jmrjioses the moment prices ease''6ft be- PROTECTION TO SHIPS ENTERING THE PANAMA CANAL THE FIRST COMMISSIONER. 'THE LIST OF CANDIDATES for sioner is welling up. The is thai in point of salary it is tlie pltini'.oi ie.-trio'of oflices, or-lhai there is a feeling that arc more general than those rcquircd'for'liic ConYnTisYioherships of Piiblic Works and of Public Utilities: But'the: public should not lose sight special mucli' tlfe ollices. It would not be too the'ina'n'to fill ou r cause' of the blockitde. wheat from the in removing, may b'fing about, l.opking at it-frpin.every point of view.those who are against the polity 'of free ira'de in (b Ame'ricari. (o th.cir objeciion. One.ot the chain cMighiriouKi the Atlantic end eJ t he Panama WASTE OF FLAX STRAW. (Toroni occasions recently Mr. Brajshaw, g1 resident of Sask- atoonrbas laid belore the iKOp'.e ot tlje-AVestern Provmces fibres to 'efeOK tlie groat-economic loss from dream. But mauy vast InduslHal de- .veloiraenis have.had .tielr jncepilon In Just .dreads..; There Is un- doubtedly-at'the'present rnomenf an enoria'ous 'waste oE flit straw In riax slra-y -is the raw material of tile llucn industry. Canada Imports which they spoufed buncombe as plentifully as they did against the reciprocity pact. they ara keenly aimous tnal Iho Gpve.rnment shall actlon.-immea'inteJy 'in itself, full steam, so as to deprive th-j Liberals of the opportunity upon the- ahricel alljTier-.'lInenJ. .vSh'e imports opening of tbe session' of Karlaimrat ;.POINT OF (1J. Welcomd to the delegates lo the Provincial'-Sunday School Convention.-They arc worthy of the glad hand. "Weslcfn 'CouscwaUvfe members'are now-calling for-free wheat. A little straw.shqweth how the wind blowclh. The jirdvitit'ial'prcniiers are in conclave "a! Ottawa, many unanimous votes will be recorded. 11 is not so niuch the plaIfprni policy, of each canilidate Ifial giild be cQnsiaered'.qs'. (nV.pcrsoriai qualities he possesses, for dealing nol only.- with, finance Avitii the-financial problems which'the city may hiive from time to lime Jo facel Ability in. this direction should be carefully scrutinized by electors before'coming decision as lo their choice. Of the.-threc tlie First Commissioner is IhS must iinportant: His" hand, und the jleiice given .in and the added, salary denote his responsibility. way of discriminating the several 'eandidatcs-for this position there will naturally arise grealer diffi- [ultics lhan in tlie seleclion.of th.erchiaiiiing two. r? Men more Ihaa policies will recjuirc. the closer attention. THE NEW. INDUSTRY.Vl tTUE ESTABLISHMENT of Ihe Rice malting planl will be an event of more than ordinary interest not only in the history cily, but in that of Southern Alberla.- Locally the an- iipuheemcnt- is of considerable ini'pbrtance as a tangible sign of Ihe development of 'our industrial Independently bF being a factor in ;maliing room for more ItiLbr ifFth'e city vi-ilh'all-'lnat Ihis'inearis, Ihe new industry will !be. n in its call on the resources As il has-been noted Ihe concern will fVrobably require of .water, dajly, and 250 h.p. of dfeclric curr'enf. j! yffHlie district jl-nieans the rise of a comparatively-new a iii tte way of barley grbmng. With the i Still anolherVandiclale for firsi There should be abundant scope for seijond choice.. prorogued Mr. "rCvridie began Jo lize that the unearned inpfeiiicif! wasn't sucji realize a dreadful-thing after.alli San-Francisco people-arc said-'.to have be'ejvp'amc itriiSeri ivheii an eartlfquake rocked.tlie city.on people more Is.the.despatch.of a_5qtfadroii of nine tp waters President'-Wilson's return courtesy for European ships in-Mexican waters? truclton of straw. ID a memor-ndura prepared on the bails of Oils ear crop he stales that in tbe tree Pratrle Provinces acres t flixfhaTe.beea harresled, -yielding tons oi straw... _The..great_ iu1k-of this straw is burned in the Jelds. U Is of a coarse jjrade.j being entirely for Us -.yield ,of "seed as Is the caae Ireland, .llfc USeris'thal the Vesieiu Has straw, if subjected to a pecial- treatment m the rotting would produce tons of 'Parse fibre entirely Fui table for tlie manufacture of' household textile Cauad's consumption of the coarser variety oE linens could be: produced fibre, leaving enough to 'pro-Tide" alt, the binder and -other required.. in. the Dominion. After bav-og gone tbrougii further chemical the residue of'tte straV, Mr. BradshW asserts, can n'tp .paper, at a IOEB cost than wood the paper product-would be higher quality that that woofi.. H may be that tfae'vLsioa of. great linen. factories ad-facehv to the flax-producing areas of tbe Canadian .West Is no. "more baa for', making of binder twine. Now that we are getting to work on the production of tb'Jnj's we .need for our own .consumption, wby'snouM -we not try use Jax even-year in the West? move for the removal of the duties on wheat and wheat products ID tariff. Thle Is undoubtedly the thlu-tor the Goreruraent to do, Mr. Horde a and hfs colleagues wp.I do welt to not let a too deference .to coa-sisteay stand jn ihe way. Every argument yearn' ago in: regard to the'vklue to'-. this country of free' entry- for Us Ihe United States stands 'In all Its Elresgih. The Government should follow the example of Dr. ScYiffneri Sharpe and the oiler bunco 19 "swallow inn plentiful nonsense that- was utterM with so much political' profit. It served its purpose Now it Is played out] This 'country nettl, wider UsfprddueUi. NEED OF 'WIDER MARKETS, Abandoning- the -buncombe whkh they. 'spouted: so plentifully in tne campaign of the year before last. Dr. Scbaffaer, of Sourfe. Mr. Sharpe of pllicr Western Empice-savinfi ,..s tales mta who ;bkve free entry for wheat, of -this country into the United SfalW'Wjld Wfatai to British connection, are' now urging the Govern-, menf'loVct jrvKSdut delay in securing the removal of the 'countervailing duty' 60 Canadiab' and wheat products in thV new United States They T.are beseeching Mr. Borden, atil his colleagues to. do as they have done themselves and forget Thills a "real emergency for them, not -a .rnafefrDelieVe affair, lik'e" "tbe North ..Sea, .naval cniergeucy motor cars are gaining, in popularity, ainong autcmob! lists in the sister Accordiog ic reports received- by .tbe Trade ant. Commerce D'cpaxtnienV .Canada ped motor cars valued at to Nbw Zealand last- year, and during the first se'ven months of this year Canadian cars io-lHe. value of were st-nt lo" South Was Huerta's invitatiomio'tlie'capilal a casaof 'will you said the spider to the remembered Madcrp V. The has riowheeii under the. lowest-tariff: in seventy-five years inonlh and there has been no comfiijirciaU upheaval. Wpftdcrful! lucdial.cjmhrkci which llic new plant will furnish there ought to be impetus given to. this. part of agriculture, I yariely; of ihe uses lo which malt is put the nesy -lhc-cxHiiing into existence of olhcr ol? therefore, be' regarded -as too nptimislic of tlic-malliiig plant llic genesis a ihiniirlrriiiijof acUiitics .which a great deal to the tjiiy-'in'ils'J'prwarJ] .niarcli Cowards attaining, an position in the industrial West. Cpmmissipner. Xracy's. efforls in bringing ncgolialions lo a satisfactory conclusion prove the "displflycd by the city in engaging his.scrvlccs. lie lias bee n. very long willi us, and the result of his policy is sucli as lo arousc-a fctlinfj.of.contldcncej that Ihe city, he more than amply rewarded in creating the ollice of Commissioner of Commerce -ami Manufacture, sc- Iccling him lo fill it. The Herald calls Tor'cheers for Messrs. Taitiliger and Pcrrey.- .These progressive farmers are keeping Soulhcrn Alhcvla in Ihe iimeligUt of pleasing notoriety. V-'li_ The record of-28 years' continuous service day .Srlibol which Sir. J. D. Higinkotlinm allaincd yeslerduy is one lobe proud of. It lias no. parallel in AllJiTta. -1 J'roblems iiltcciiifg the "leen age" will loom large for'a-few j days and whether a Sunday ScliooJ worker or notj everyone vill agree that Ihe.fornialion period so far as "charac- ter is important problem, could bo .dis- cussed. IIAILWAY COMMISSIONEUS IN THE IS FAVOR OF FREE WHEAT. THE OpYKKSMEXT.'si'ct "to" appease- Hie West by ac- wheal can lariff? press it looks as if the wind :is blowing in .that direction. The Toronto N'cws.recenlly went so'sliilc jhal since the West clearly demands Tree wheat, it. would probably be un- wise lo continue the Canadian duties .which prevent free ship- .menfs to American milling centres. It is Iruc llial il through cerlain amount of preamble in bating nbbut'lhe hush for arflu- .merit to justify the position it lias always held against reciprocity, Tin's was to ta expected, for.human nature is not prone (o readily acknowledge that ils convictions have been mistaken. Toronto News, ih conceding Ihat-it-would-lw-unwisc lo resist Western In .save ils face by remarking thai] .il is far from certain (lint the farmcrs_of (fie Wcsl will secure very siibstantial advanlagc.i from the access fq and Mimic-' Chairman H, Oray'un, of the Dominion. Railway. Board of C.ijnrnli-. and CommiHloMer p'r. Mills, who have.started out from a long leitlon'lh the werierri provincei.-. ,at lo take up local railway traniponaliort "_. FOR Geaning, Pressing and Repairing ROSE I >d, AVENUE 6ATISFACYION OUARANTEE PRICES THE MOST ''MODERATE x Rank imjxxes i the French put Noblesse It" a rery natural" and' right- principle that -wfab'. by their poiition in life command the respect of tbould deterre: it and worthy, of maintaining their position. "Much it of Uiote in high 'H.. But thu principle U not c6n- fineJ to pertom of noble birth H ha> a buwired tioM. It applies for. ta of reputation and nuke of quality and who thnt can- m HM the By their adTertUmf they have attained an Wt in quality and food a Expected of them. They hare let a stand- ard and their rery butineM life on the coMtant raaiatenance of it. So that when you buy.achrer-' artklei you rert aMured that you ate frrttinf Mt I Tahie that money can boy, Well may you place your fart in advertUed Wtll may you tire them prefer- .ence oyer .yoii only BMiy For the principle of; Obliged ii your guarantee of excellence in Advertised __ __ _ _ Aliinhiii Dmitaim W M M H ci mi A aW'W U I ;