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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIimiDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday. S re t- 25, (f LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., svery Jul evening it Iti office, Sixth Street, BUCHANAN' 122 W. A. M in a gin a Director T. W. OUAYLE rYUnJ-Qlng ESilW JOHN TORRANCS Ctrcu'U'sn And 1252 .DAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 delivered .7.... mil-... 6 delivered 52.00 6 nonths. by mail 5 "delivered 'S months, by mail 1 month, delivered 35c- 1 month, by mall chicieJ if often is Cut both am must be'ctTpn.' THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT. Lethbrltfge-'Red Cross Drug Bros. Book Siore-.'J. G.'.RcV 'Wide Worll ertsor. Co.: Jackson i Co.; Alexandra Hotel; pie's Drug Store; Aewp i Allta; Letbbricis? Hole! 705 .River Side Avenue. Clpir.Sland; Empress, -Grassy. fee i Diimr-id D'Art Medlclng Hat Astlhlfeoi'a'' Hoiel D. Ferguson. Mur. pbj- Co.; Cranlrook Book Company. Kowa New? Co.-; Grannei; Street Epck S3.CO 75c 25C. id on p Co. Company. Plnchtr McCrei; llitcheU-Drug Co. 11 Hotel. -Co- NeWs Aeency. leading Uook and Sews 'Store. 109A Sth Are. -World Nows Co. Plneher Station Eaward Reao. SL Co. KnoV den. l News Co. US HAVE FREE WHEAT. j WKHK western Conservalivi- friends to sivUiqnestly wilh the country and wilh themselves they would let Mr. Hordeu now in mi uncfi'tain words, that the opportuniiy io; secure free for our wheat into the I'nited States market must be taken iKlvunttige of by Ihe Cunatlinii market five as well. When reciprocity was (lie iiUue muuy western'Conservatives fell that Ihe terins of Dial "measure were in the interests of the coun- try. Some of. them voted and worked for tho'reciprocity caiuli- tcs. while a host of others, who believed in the pact, remained with the parly. Unquestionably llie majority of western Con- servatives at heart waut-a low laritf on most articles and no lurilf at alf on foodstntTs. is the lime fdr'thcin to.'inipress their opinions upon the ministry at Ottawa.-.Canada can'only have a free entrance for its wlieal into Ihe L-niteit Slates' miirkcl by pro- i vidiug a Canada fur 'It is up loj the'government to acl. The fimuer'wKiits thc'American MAKING A TRY AT IT THE WEEKLY HERALD ecerr Wcdaefdiy la or tare pases.'Rnd'roDUIci tbe'cewa of me week, Jocil and district. Ijeaf In advance 11.00 6 montfca In advance 50c niorket jiist'as'mueh today as lie; didjin 191 ItjS-' Some1 jieople.fear; over- s removing the tiuly on-jvUeul. 1 he despatch said: James jaclois in.'life Otmuliau wiic'al'iVinii'fcct, Iiik'csf-aiiirtiipjiulic sliuul caQng reciprocity .in .wheat. ''Tlidsporie'r the better. he say's. Mr.' Cli'mitlfcrs is strongly in favor of'taking tli'c ('.Auii-rlciin wheat, thai under the provisions of the neAy Ciilied 'Stales tariff bill liiay "secure duly J. 'A NATIONAL HIGHWAY: AT THK riiccut nieeling of the of-Trade of Western Canada al Mr. D. J. Cainpuell of Calgary iiitrodurul a resolution 'dealing question of good roads. Htsifited that the governments should be roads cial centres and well settled farming disfricts be'.planned and con- structed. With all that good roads mean in.a iiiqnclary saving to farm ors in the haulage of grain, statistics "of which, were, .worked out by Mr: Caiiipbrll, the resolution carried onl will iiave important hearings on the prosperity of Hie west. Specking of a national which was proposed some lime ago by the Canadian Highway. Association was to run west through Regiiia Id Jaw, Swift Current, Lethb'ridge, and through the Crow's Nest Pass tb.Vancouver. The ing iiiiu Canasia from the United .States.- Soon they will be able their own' production. We y not yet at ,the iiiuii 'p'f pur production and each year we need a wider market." MK Carruthers expressed the so'imich'. hrpught to bear froni the west on the government 'thai it-yould be compelled to take olT wheat to seenrcithc reciprocal arrangement, suggested :J that .this could be done at once by_ the passing.of order-in-Council.. 'Then-lei it be-.done at once." lie Canada has all to-gain by free wheat. -Let us have o'uE OF yIEJW tfiK I make as ple-M mo find out what I can'do." "i ther at first, bul the sooner I bcglnltrylng the sooner I'll Quite a few blind pigs had tlieir eyes opened yesterday.- clcarcr Mr. E. E.'Taylor lias'rcsigned.. Could Martjji'AYoplfuSk apy rcr vindiciXtion Is "Uie JJiMstcr of away from tile i'haw odor, as possible? ;v If resigiuin order jb.ifiiaufy speedy materializing of Ibis project is one whicli.-locally-at didale for commissioner, lie, can' do resigning'the day hsfpre rate, is much to be.'desired. arrangemerit-Itel'wecn nomination day, federal 'arid provincial authorilics'.wpiild help yreatly in 'further- ci ing Mr. Campbell's resolutioiii English will gel gooil their .j.. ._.__ ;._ grain all gel under the market' and stop the .A ;_, slide. ALL" IS FAIR in becbnlejo be :m ucctpled ex- pression in Canada, so the decision to hold the East Middle- sex bye-eie'clion alicad of the other he endorsed by stipporlcis of the Dominion government; even supporters who consider tlia'i they view mosl Nevertheless it. is Worth pointing outi'lhal Eusl Middlesex The CanadTan'manufnctiirers' want the duly on woolleiis'in- creascd. .All.tlicir schemes, seem to have in view loading.niorc expense upon the west. IS CANADA GROWING .'LAX-ABOUT SABBATH Lord Me'thuciY wo' as well as any one else for goyernor- .iToronzp WeeKly Sun) Wbat the Sun recently said as .to .ha sweeping changes that, have iaken place ia regard to Sunday .observance li ail Kortb America, In the latt fifty started a'notable 'dlscus- !lon, that discussion tne Albertan pf Caijary, 'makes a peculiarly note- contribution. say's 'has 0'iie' Urge. 'long. Ipne.aorne Sunday lu every -week." On ih'at. the friendless man IE'IB'peculiarly bid plight. He can go ''some people do nol to'church all'the time, and not ca're to go to church' any then. Is the "JriendJeEa disposed, (o .do' The'.'Albertan thinks he might better joln'l'u or view a foolball game than hiB.cheerless room during whole, afternoon or evening. The Alr buiun svouM nol allow Sunday .labor, permit of Sunday sport. This position Is taken, b< !t bered, not by a journal in a wicked American city, but by a resnonilble of tbi direction .o'. ;iyprld peace. But. to. return, .to Uio Sunday., ques; Uon; It may he that thosu o( the generation jjasscd we're too strkl vlowa a3 to the manner In whlch.'tte