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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER W0> PutlliJuJ by the lethbridgg Herald Printtnj Co., ful tvenlr.j at ill Sixth Street, Clnsdl THE HERALD FHONIi All Oepj-tment 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN T. W. CUAYLZ JOHN. TORRANCI Birl'flCM Pllanifftr And Jc Oiplrtrr.e ,FC? in 1- 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATIt 1 ttar HW 1 year, by msll W-CO moaths. delivered 6 monihe, by rsall 3 months, Si.OO S cioslfci, by mill......7So i rcontli, 1 auatb, by AddrMSH ctiojtd tt oittn u dwircd. but both tew m-Jl fre clrea THE DAILY HERALD FOB SALE AT CJOES Draj Bwi J. Q. BoV ertwD Co.: Jackaoa Co.; AteuEilra Hotel: Peo- ple's Drue Store: Kentyr Allta; LKlibrldgt Hotel Clear StAnfl: Kmpreaa Bui- tcl" tuach. Dlim'nd D'Aro. Medicine Hat -IsMrlboll Hotel D. Fe.-fiuton. rhr Co.; CranbrooV Book Company. Coaipany. Plncher MilcSell Drus Co........ WeEtlats Bret. S'lncci'.'tr WIds WorU Kews Co.; N'eifd Shop, 4i5 News Co. 705 RlreT SMe Hotel. ..Cc- tea Agency. Boot ind Slore, 103A 8th Are. Vc'eM; NCK-I Co. Pinchlr SUtlon Eaward St Newi Co. KtoV dea, Newj Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD evtrr TTi.lnttdar IB .lnttdar IB oT'ESFi fftts. ml the of Uii dlstHct I yeir In idrance 6 moalbs la 60o (cities of the Dominion, but the fael ivmnins.that.Canadian pro-' jvincial government and the inpre securities! jure classed by Ilio London market lilikc us' to'iatrmsic otherwise price. The explanation lies in part in the fuol that th? j term 'province" in Great liritaiu'is'a vague, term; i.e., when refer- lencc is made to 'The Province' in England it means the district or territory outside of London other Wednesday, September "The fact seems to be ignored, lekst'nnappi-ocitttcd, that 1 prior to 1SG7 the various of Canada self-govern- ing entities, ami that (heir position was 'strengthened, not weak- ened, by Confederation. With the Exception of Prince Edward I Island, all the provinces uf Canada liave borrowed in the London 'market, but in only one, Ontario, a fnir market. I The loans of some of the others were placed some years ago. or I are small in amount, niul seldom come market; therefore, 1 Ctncord'ind CoattewV Vorfc World) Concord, M. H., yeitenliy ia A successful at- tempt to tnike the Govern- ullh in her I the prices .thereof, do'not.closely indicate their realizable, value, i Hon. Taking, thezu Ontario as the slaiVdard of'provincial credit, we One of tht moat i iiiul that situ-c then- 1 per cent.; ioan-Tj-as floated in 1909, there has been of points, have-borrowed again meanwhile. Tins is an'.excdlent 'showing liiideHhe drc'um- slamts, tnid iiiryi'ly diie to which" in- rectal riiiU'.lou, -iskotiwl btm with lo.ud uproar. CoJUcook Itself could not hit hotpiuble jreet leg. incept (or the o( boist- Inj to "Brlllih Jctttn" laljbl havt thought be tick la tbl dear old Jail over the talliray cludes recoghitiqii pf.LondonYen.mrcmerils apd avoidance of the o' the first "Ibtng he did atter he crossed rlvor to hire five New yefB, ID addition to the dozen be hail from Montreal aud YorlVWlth bills In his suitcise and POSITION OF THE FARMERS. nPHE CALGARY HERALD offers the advice to Ilic fanners of Alberta "Hold your grain." UndoubtedK-.the farmers would like to follow tills advice, especially just now when the prices are not tempting. However, the farmers, at least the most of them, ure not masters of the'situation just now.. Many of them are in debt and the machine.men and others are pestering them for money. They can't meet these obligations by putting Iheir thresh- ed grain in granaries and holding until the prices rise. They hiivelo sell quick so that they can meet the notes which are fall- ing diia. There are farmers who undoubtedly can hold their grain until the price, on the market suits them. The Herald's advice their case... is worth following. Unfortunately, jusl now the '.number of such farmers in the country A few more years of good .crops will put most farmers on their feet, and then be master of the market. o QIJST'T i.C 'Wilh-inonoToiibus about the'las (storm lhe Oreat Lakes sav it -was ever." on the Work, on .thc-nevv .U. S. tariff proceeds apace. Meanwliile our farmers are (irmiy-iixed on 'anxious seat those Minneapolis grain prices. The closing dale for adding mimes, to .the voters' list is 'draw- ing nearer. Is 'yours there? Don't leave it to the last minute. Like your Christmas, shopping- -do it early. Harry K, Thaw .wept yesterday. Weir might Nevertheless, 'arc struggling after ilieni; sliti adhere :td the firm conviction that millions and tears hiix badlv. AN INDUSTRY WITHIN OUR REACH. TPHliRE IS ONE enterprise being considered by R uunibcr of citizens which is not receiving the-undivided support of the business men of the the effort to make it a reality. That, is the cold storage plant. The Herald doe.-; not mention this by" -.'.way of censure, hut merely because it believes Ibe business fra- (entity has not grasped the significance of the movement. Lelh- bridgeVnecd of a coltl storage plant Is admitted by all. Its merits have pointed out in these columns lime and time ;8gain. The failure of the merclianls to get behind the The provincial "movie" censor ordered a film, purporling to be "An Escape from'.the to be not'shown in Calgary. Surely the edification-of Calgary movie fans can never be'-coni- plele without having witnessed such an educative, Better babies' contests are becoming all the rage line. If the infahtSompctilions will result in; of j babies is not cenlretl about a floor AvalkhftJ scene.u.I fpurji.inr- we willradmil thai the cuntesls are alright! Government lhe. porid'are considering whe- tber.Wild tat wpiild.be to arraign Sir-Edward Carson, on-a treason charge. Now if.it were'the. would be no Reciprocity vj Whit We Are to Get (Weekly Bun) Some.or our antl-reclproclty journ- als are notv claimlBE Canada will receive, under the new tariff, pracllc- all the advantages promised un- 71w position It a scltnowledto- meat from which previously Oct. ttuii sdvautJiscj WQUM have bj Canadian agri- culture ha4 sgrxomeni o-tered two axo Uufortun- alely ttta astertloa that alt tbe advan- oT reciprocity are coming under the tariff U not founded on fact. reciprocity Canadian MIKI havt hid free to U.S. the nett' tariff, ac auieailed by lie Senile, they are to be laied 10 cent Under reciprocity Canadlin anil butter would hsve had !nt entry to the Arjerican marxet. Under the new tariff as it patted. Senate, duly ou ewh will 3Vic per to. With reclprocily In effect Canadian barley wouU have passed duty lice. 11 the bill attnda ac It ytttti the the tax on will be ISc per bushel. Recipro- city would have abolished tt? duty on enW.rins the United Slates. Under the new measure the duty Will be iushel. With reciprocity In effect our bay would hare entered As it Is now tie duty on it will at (cast 12 per (on. Applec >vould aUo have bean free under reciprocity.' The best we con tiope for now Is I0c per tiuhel. NumerouB other casea o( like naturf might be cited. Horeorer, under reciprocity Canada would have Uai! the exclusive right to free entry In all lines of agricultural produce, tave wool. As It la now the limiied right, of'free entry ijjual be shared with MexEco. aud all otber corapetlng countries. STOCK MARKET IN Mr. Mlcawbtr -Lamb Waiting fo( something to'-turn up, didn't invest campaign funds an slocks subsequent to his election. It was all done before he was elected, j the part of wisdom, as .there might not have been any Icr i his election. The straight! Republican press receive the Underwood'revis- of lhe misgivings. They regard.it as a knock to If St resuitSTin-a reduction of the cSst of Jlic and make it Ihelr own 'is due more to "part than anything else. knock will prove'H'gehUinp.huost for the people who foot (lie bill. The government subsidy has been proriiised to the building I Practically eaougb business, is.guaranteed already to '.BRITISH TRUSTEE LIST SECURITIES. THE CURBEVr NUMBER of the Monetary Times deals in an .exhaustive manner with the exclusion of the Canadian pro-' vincia! securities from the British trustee list. In a few prefatory it refers to the coming conference of the premiers of the provinces at Otlawa, and suggests that the meeting would be rOppo'rlune for the consideration of the. mailer. Tliat provision made for the inclusion of provincial securi- ties in the British trustee list greatly to their saleabilily and priix! is apparent, and if any conviclion is needed on the point it is afforded by the letter of a -prominent.London financier to the Monetary Tiines in which the .claim is is pointed onl that Ihere.are. drawbacks in the w.uy of a 'ready assent to the pro- posal to lhe inclusion." "Anioiigsl.iiicsc is that a further cxtensipn of. the securities in which .trustees'.may invest is regarded as as- failing the of Consols. Dr. Stanley, member for High Hiver, characterized his debut in the legislature by cliarging Liberal members insincerity. Is the doctor going to play a holier Minn thou role in It would a large elenu-nl of suspicion as' to the motive had H. of Rocky Mounlaih, allowed jprne oilier member the government in reference to the Campbell's close association with the rise to a thought as to the reason of. his dc- The sire for inforhiatidili The muikeling of-produce is one. of the problems facing producer and the co'nsumer." A Canadian investigator tinds thai' in the matter of fruii New York City, at the other end of .the tinent, is more efficiently'served wilh California fruit than Toron- to is'with Niagnrn. fruit_'produced only a few miles tll ii all a matter ,of The hill provjiliiifi "for adding the A. G. W. general revenues of; the province constituted one of.the big iscucA of the campaign ..lost -April. H. B. Bcnncll based his "Thou shall not sical1' Sjicech on it and yet when a was fead in the legislature the other day providing for lhe repeal of jhf. billi Consols may hu traced to the: extehsiolrof the Intslee list Monetary Times doe, not agree: urge, that hy the no i: support of the province in ,h, matter hefore the tin! perial authorities, 'what regHrdrd ohslacle., mav he re- "I3" tH 'f' IC ls fo; pursue I to, make the, thousands .in Ulster snhmil who really fayov A v. jquilh'a home .rule nieasnrc. And this includes thp niniori'tr of .U rNcwfoinidlaud on the list white LuUter member, in the British goinlTo going moved excluded there must appear .something in the imluw.of goon then, into .uhserviencv? an. idiosyncrasy.' fhe inclusion of provincial scctirilies in thei J (riislec Iht woijld be helpful provirlces in another way. ,ilf April 'election cdinpoigii Premier Sif ton The Monclar, Tlmr, heheves hat ,1 the.dfccl'of every pfaifbrm- from which he spoke thul ho woul flmng more c early of lhe Bnh.sh public lhe stand- j UOIMCC his sohilion oi' lhe. A. A (i. W. dell .nd noahon of the Canadian pronnce, A letter from pnssc.l wha were .supposed to be 1-mIenckT.ylor, manager of the Bank of Montreal in endeavored lo make much connection mlerc-slmg, ]m H, seems curious -indeed, nil Canadians that be built; the bondholders ure satisfied, and those who sill in'jiidii- f jhe cimnol borrow on bctler lerins lliiin the principal incut 011 the arc greatly chagrined. Why it is the Best Range Procuiraible It stands to reason that the Perfect Control foundry of national reputation for its equipment of the -most notable hotel, restaurant; and The entw range is controiled Hy. by one the Economizer. It 1 institutional kitchens through- out the Dominion, also makes iurns, a the best range on' the mafket to exact. for tHc homeTcitchenV- degreeof heat _. control Eaves-time, This Gurney-Oxford range is the result of over seventy experience and eiperimintil SavineofFuel study of to benefit the woman'-who toils Then again the special in the kitchen. versible Grate saves coal bills1.- by burning Even Bakings white ash. No 'unburnt: By means of a Divided Flue can lodge in the rounded Strip, theheat is divided evenly ners of the, firebox. over the top and down the back and sides of A' pan Sanitary Too of biscuits in the-front. and back of the oven, will b.rown with perfect evphnfeiw-'withdut liaving to change jtheir. places .many times during the baking; The Gurney-Oxford il ,'.'.diff. The two back lids of the range trent" from all other, also receive an equal cooking its exclusive devices make an'. heat that will boll two kettjes irresistibld appeal at the same time. -V V woman; I "CALL ON ;