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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 31, THE LETimmnr.E DAILY HERALD. PAGE THIRTEEN VJUUI L 1 A Ou liis return from Great Britain last Fprliig, Mr. Lloyd Harris, senior member of ilio Trade Miisloii, -hfiitd bo AS'aiited. inv proas UJVDU. CmiAdliita the volnt that wlillc (lie GoTcniuMfUi dono wull la i-ouutrlcf. yet Jtys aniqiyil ot OI1 independent, selection, esl stftndard of ciuallLy. It ij li> qual- l.rlto fixation :md inspection of gutttls. and service thai Canada can ob- tain and nope to maintain Ha to re I an trade now opening up ao TV Ml across tho water. Han ad Ian soldleri on the Ilected. At (hi) lieu, Canadian sellers have been counselled not to cv u' produce, van 'st-IJ ship, and uliat her in'luatrlal alma are. The buMuoss being uffercd fa- fcrtalcr1 iho govern incut jieclul tu lake care of" Ho desires to get thS d-ganlta Irailee arid arrange tbo. credits' to take tare o[ the rurlhot Business being offered, ucrosg xlio aeds. llo declQrea thai Ihe Shipping Con- of Canada lias I on the principle Dial the future bus beep laid before Iheso countries by Inees of CaiiaJa Kurostenn conn Mrj Harris and his associates who tries depends uiion ihe method Canada. facU. On tbla foundation, j noiv uses, and the- real value given to barea'ln and sale have been effected by Ihe buyer while the Candida-uniSer the terms ol ILo crod-ihaa to buy qulcldy. Hi Ing Canadian goods the suudard throughout Ihe v.-orld. The Cioadlai; Government, through Lbe CiuadlaD Trade Mission In London L and Europe, can do much io lay Ihe European buyer j foundation lor foreign trade, but in 3 must not' the final analysis tbe Canadian corn- Its extended to Iloumarla auil other! be taken advantage of by the seller. I'' laercial lad talesman should1 countries. Is tho lusluess of the Canadian trade bo ou the ground lo advantage of Ills work has been to organize the'mission to see to lhat. and tbey lhe work done by the Canadian Trade Janadlan Trade Mission In London lhe sellers In the iniercF.la Mission. In business there in nothlut end to get Information as lolo1 Immanent Canadian foreign trade. I Ilka personal contact between buyer Kamuoa Arctic Explorer Whose Story of Silent Places is Gripping During ILe hundred yc-ars and more cases that in Peary's dirti for Ihe polo, 't. If they bad but ft for Insi.ince. the distance each sled J'Jdsruent they couM hiTe u4 ivuuld before being cmpiy aud lived comfonablT as weU, wten Boot bacii; UID number o.' dog3 wli'ci starved co death. would hi'.ve to be eaten br other "dogs, and fittally [he ebon ration period whlt-b iiiutit bo expected, were atl out in ailrance. That Is what wna accepted as one of 't c problcme- Su cnlll tror.i i ftr: Arctic a number ct years ago and announced Thai he had formed and adually proved that ii- luto ihe north nrlth gun aod anirrjunltlun and els nnd for himself ftod, cloihlD (uol anil all tte DeceosHies of llle. ]Ie did more than lhaf. llo planned, tten, ar.d carried out an t-xpcdltlon bawd on that theory. For four years he ar-u his pariy actually secured their Irol-Hoard In firoal Britain has met'trade opportunities, to Tunilsh Infor-l Tbe Canadian Trade MlsVlon has and seller. Other things being equal. I that Interest in unknown areas of (he Ihu ropresentatloiiB of Iho Canadian matlon as to Canada's capacity to sup- been greatly aided by the dor vices of: the seller on the ground with world tua centered auch In the Arctic Trade Mission and made refrigerator ply foodstuffs, mfllerlals and man- 11. D. Thomson, who arrived In London tLe buyer can do letter lhan the seller It has been, tbe commonly accepted i on board the trans-Atlantic ufaclured goods, to arrange the basis before Mr Harris left, arid whoso wno Is three thousand miles away, al- kheorj and always the practice Tor "Game, on land, wa found in all a few places. On the eea Ihtre are aluiost. always polar bear aad seaJs, but If there were none of then atter, any sort of a drag net up and lowered Into the water irouliX brought up Fhrlnip and other sea animals and plaata which would' at least maintain life." Kon- he has Lived on the Arctla and lupported his where much tmalltr In number, have tor lack of food, will be told by VILbJal- mur Btelanason In addren here next Thursday sight at Wesley church, under the auspices of the Rotary Club. utjiiLUSLii: mm jiuciuauuuai, n. i jcji nti JLL. .UULV in-jj -IB.- (llirr Fiirmifiaii p "In! In i1 What Mr. Harris'lias been'abla has been no easy task for Ihu Canal-! at the present ti.no. countries nwonipUsli overseas alfccti the itt Ian Trade MtEEton In London to make liko Houmanfa, Servia Greece j buv counincn iluslrlal lilc of Caii'j-Ja bencficiaUy. In progress; yet definilo and concrete need even mothrrJnx, and fnr .__i___ i....r___ _______i__ i.._....._j. i enitj JiiereJB no iimii 10 tne market lor particular, lie has. been a business 1 progress has bi'en iiiatlti, and the out- the Canadian business man who sells scctul EUrvtyiiiK aiiian trade. Ho lias visited lhe tries of Europe, met the representa- those-'couhlrSca In Paris and Ixmdon, hai advised Die Canadian Cuvcrnuicnt as lo what steps should be taken tou'ching tbo de- velopment of (j-a'do.jin llns IradR first.ono Can- ada has won the confidence of (lie ''trndo aiubissaclors chancca for Can-j look for conUnued trade ID Canadian pooda Excellent. Mr. Lloyd Harris' rulEalon riug been to inlroduco Canadian products into foreign tbua to ,iltl In keeping lhe wheels of Canadian ID- duslry golnr, In crJcr uiat employ- ment might be lo Canadian rrorkrqen. lie has Iiad to protect the value Of the ty and also protect tho buyer. It has been of other countries to Iho lasting pood I found necessary lo sell by the grouji .of Canada .a'n'rt goods. In la h- temaiionnl in-o'thcr Irado3, conriOcnec is llio-foundation slone. Canadian troopa liavc let rcurtscntatloii method in order lo facilitate trade. This In a great meas- ure lias eliminated competition. It ha goods to Ihcse countries Mill bu well advised to personally seo that they are up lo standard, that they arc de- Can.vHan agricultural products la Greit Hrilain and Kurope. an.d this Is UXoly to continue for a year or so. livelihood 'n almost every reepecl Irom tgrian. country through which ihey -were ami In macy cases for white mtn it wat virgin territory. Thay used tbe food of cirllliailoD, when at their bases, only as luiur'ea and TlcXeta for tho address aia fast and can be (rom any Ro- COTTON CROP CONDlTtONfl of the mtu after a short time on tbe Trould return lo headquarlc-rii and cxprees a preference for the meat and other fcods of the trail. This has been ibe oulBLandlag fea- ture of ail StelanGEon'a Arctic eiplor- Fllon. "Hundreds of nieraboru of Arctio erpedltionii have been suicides." he says. "They were IraTelllnE past food WASHINGTON, OcL The con- dition of the cotton crop on OcL 26 waa accordJQJE LO a supplemental re- port fssued today by the department ot agriculture at the direction of con- gress. No comparatlre figures for the last year are available, ths announce- ment said, and there IB DO tests for a forecast of production. The regular report as of SepL 25 gave the conilt- In plenty pn laud, or over food on the acd didn't have Beneft to j bales. iou aa 54.4 per cent, of cormel, Thldh ot Ilvcred on time, and that they are de- I voted to the fnr ihey i bciigni. II Lc can employ nn ci-' port to accompany his goods to will do much In sails Tying his customers and creating F'jrlner orders. In tbe of competition "Fervice" should bo the watchword In Canadian foreign trade. I ilr. Harris tho Idea} that every package of Canadian goods bearing the trade mark of Canada resulted ID the Insistence upon Impaf- should contain only goods of the high- Reflections On Banff Cascade Mountain Over Banfl anfl' the Bow River, t f- SntHorlng li a leropcralnre ID tta V-tln.ty o( 95 dtgreci ID a city out thinks of Banff and rta- llitihUul coolncBE ot Rocky bkninUIni, How we long lor ft (llrnpae of snow, the ecenl of the pines, and lo takJ plunks in the Sulphur Water. nuarter] bm, mi dally one raccti partlea trmnJ wlUi Alpln- Talklns o' lias well been oaraed this HIUo town Uifl It. IB the o( Can ada" and IboucnDd Ibtn of tourliti Tho IJnnlT Hot Bprines are (UDOUI for their. hsalth-givlDj for curing tulplur wcrfl known j ftnd tbtlr cHrablnj, to iajoj with eunerae, Oni cannot write of Banff irlQ montlonlDi the Bow that river of the bcautUul pale men colour, reminding opsJs and their efsr changing Bret. s (o Hand on Dsnfl It In the mornlai wben the IUD rliu and lo look on (he waUr, ice the pretty bett houaea reQectud tt lu wlti lie mow cupped Maeelv so thfli aprcUtorB can nil and tralcb the icm> ihrons ID the n-aler. The beauties of Banff, are lo he found on all tides. There are mountains to rlphl of us, mountains One l dull or BuCer from tnnul BuK, there li 'BO mudi to fee ud to do. There I tl.e Main Bt with IU ctorci 'dli plarlni heautlful Indian bead work, picture postcards. Ho., (ho lu collection of. Can' adlan- nnlmala, and 'toe rauseum where the Bon and fauni of tbe Domlnloo are dlsplared (or .the benctif' ol itudenli of: botany and to let! of and IB Iront o! us. The Alilne hu polsllal 0. P. R, Rottl BlIuateA o-i enMncnoa era lLa lower ul lulpbur .Mountain. .Tho tourUE osn Iclo the courlrara. ol .LtLb botel at an; tlmo. late a chair On tbe torrnce and enfaj tbe eccuerj' lo bEe hcnrl'B content.. The Eccue can- not be eclipsed for grandeur. In Iho foreground Caaeada Mountain Blendi on guard, Runclle la on Ibe rlgM, Sulphur Mounlaln rleee behind, on thi left are lit. Vermhllon and lhe Malalre np.ngo, while down beloir the Dow RiTcr rushu and tucublce la replds, Qiullr Uklnt a lea; orer the Falla, to Joined bj lhe waters of the 8pra7 Hirer further down lhe vtllfj. nil rlow cannot be aurpaascd 'In lhe worjd, Ko King's Talaca ha> a Oner tltustlon or A more eitenslrf OQtIOok tban lhal of lhe C. P R. Hotel al Vlsllort are Invarlabl; loud In their prala.eB of UB beauty aod leave thli acene wits reluctance and llnierlnf regret. Thoniand! have rlrld mernorlCB ol olbei clericca. The photographer.lias a wide field for his parlfculflT hobby, -Tfrj turn of the road, anrf tend ot the rlrer oflcrlnft new bcautlea. Ifcnff well luppllcd TltS com- (arlab'U hotel si, ronat of them la tbe Mala Ij atao tho arenlntj spent ID thli dellgMTul resort Thf In tho folrVrl vcsi throTTS cigulalle rOie and vlol'tt finis OD lhe snow cupped peaks. IQ the abort IvrlllKhl all nature la still, nnd later on the Norlhe'rrt LlffbU hUzo out In nil thrlr plorr, all naturo IOYCTI shouTd see Hanff tls art never to U fo'rcoLLefJ, i' fe U What Shape IS a Horn? Minium Did you ever tear ot a born or a megaphone thai was Do you know why they never send water through ft square Brory phonograph or machine lias B bnl they call thorn "ampli- fiers." They arc really lhe mesaphonea of [he machine. II lo their duly to round oat the tone a ad ccnd II Lo tho listeners." Now what ghape do you UilnX this "horn" should be to give the best and what do you think IL shonld be mado TlbratlDg metal or on Ibe TioHn principle? Before you buy any. phonograph, find out Iho thape of the horn and whftt ft li made of, One of lhe secrets oC the Brunswick's (one on .ALIi recorfa oxclualro patented tooo chamber anil entirely of wood, Ifre a violin. K ntlually DOES olimlnale oil haTfhnpss, all fitridcney, and .thai "tinny" timbre that wo hato always thought a .necessary evil of Ibe old Machines." All wfi asfe ia tbat you use your own this wonder lul Improvement with your own It wUh anything you any price. You cannot afford to make a mfslakc, and It costs you Whine to bo sure. MADE IN CANADA REMEMBER, THE BRUNSWICK OVAL HORN IS BUILT ENTIRELY OF WOOD. The Musical Merchandise Sales Go. Sole Canadian Distributors Hear the Brunswick Play Records CORRECTLY at J. G. ROBERTSON CO. Lethbridge Hotel Building ;