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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 26, HU3 TllJi LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 The Evening Luxury an AH MIKA MM MM mt CEYLON TEA Anticipated with delight by all who use it LEAD PACKETS ONLY. BLACK, MIXED Oh GREEN. AT ALL CROCERS- mcvur loru. LETTERS UNDER DIFFICULTIES Soulhern Alberla Leads in Wheat Yield per Against Sample Record in Handling Grain Winnipeg, MdO., Sept. 25. Thus. I 1 quite ajreu Tilth Ifcit somt Acl.tsun, glair, agent lor ihe ol the cuuofrns who are working dili- 0. 1'. II.. io an inUrvitu- this morn- jently in faror ol sample ruarkete, giving a s'Jim.iiry o! It? crop have'no interest whatever in ihe situation, liail (liis to say jcountry, but art simply hoping lo gel a large profit o'jt of uiiiing ihr ralu and thus having il reach the Jritlsh miller In a ifegrailtd itits. In his ease, the British nnlltr would on- tec the grade aed irould ?ay lor its value culv with he result lhat as Liverpool is tnt base pries [or our vhtai Hie western arnier would have to sell his nul As Western Canada alwais does, it lids proven iUrll to he biead ba5tct ct ll.c empire. pouring in steady streams Irom the hundreds ul ILreslilag lor tLe ptst ihrtc wfets has proven, as every one knows, that ibis coun- try has a way cl adjust Hi itsell that :s all ilK oaii. Kariv in June pmspKls were not any too bright, the head ol one ol our large milling companies to me, 'Don't worry ilioul the crop, this country can work in six ivwVs.1 And it did. About the first ol July the cou- dition of the crop showtd a marked gain there rvzs a steady improve- ment until llic coming of Ihe splen- did harvesting and threshing weather have- just had. The ar.jious hours of Ilic fanner aad hu'sinrss man were over at tr.i- prnsrcct of r.carlv 200.- fWO UOO bushvls ol high grade wheat. JAI'IU MOVEMENT KSSKSTIAI, "This year, as nerer b'lore, owing o Ihe ffnnncial, money vi-as urgently newird at farm- ers were preiEfl lo mtei thi'ir obli- and for this reason grain had be ir.ovcd quickly. H was unlor- ale lhat Canada had lo start the season with tl-.c Montreal houses ful ol train which il is supposed .was argclv- hslil Ly speculators. The prompt action of Ihe govcrnnifnt in ncrc-asir.i; storage falcs will relieve HIE siluaticm lliere. lancerii for one reason are ur.alls to, as yet. A picture thowlng the difficulty of delivering. lelterK in. Western AUE tralia In time. Buggies have, lo be abandoned and the carrieri ride bareback into rertlemsnts. IS HELL SIR Trades Congress'. Discujses the Relation of Mi5itia Men to die Unions '.Ventral. Que, Tnal lie Trades and Labor CoBSrwB Cfc- jho'jld SQ OB. retard .ss ojposlns tie raerabtr my iwlon Jololoj tba lUllltU, TTM the, of ra- xolalloi introduoel lute tte Canpaa tfidar DJ- W. Siuby, o( Lon- don. OnL, tho JeMte on wllcb fcatponei afler winn speeehea tf of Itlentes. The rrtohiCoi It to trie Government House In Canadian and still occupied by Ihe imprachcd Governor of New York Slate, William Sutzer, If conviclel he have to leave Ihlt building. lo the elevators and a-'laigc propor- tion ol the' elevator marketing done'by favnierE who 111 afford to lake Irss thali the current marvel prfcc, but 'with a sample rimrtel many ot these farmtrs would now be compelled to accent .ten or twelve cenls below Ihe track price as any ol the old. timers reniemhcr di'iing years gone by when there were real 'car SDortases such as the present itlvo- caiis of sample markets '.are doing their belt, though in rncst cases quite unintentionally on their parl- to restore. niscussf.s SAiiri.E JIAIIKET "1 Am glad to Lc able to say aa a (armcr that a large proportion .of thf- most intelligent farmers ol the coun- try opposed it as was shotvn by re- solutions Dassril at- the diiiercnt grain growers' conventions last win- ter. Since tlio first convention at j last March I have met" per- many of' the. .who were then in favor of a sample ttar- iVel, and who since have changed their opinion anil arc among' its strongest argue, and Money! Money! Moneyl Mr. Jferchant: fa Jiusinoss Quiet'! fs moiiny scarce! Arc you ovor- stookcd in some linos of merchandise f I have five years of successful newspaper advertising uml mcr- 'chniidiso selling in Gannda and (he United States. STOCKS HANDLED ON COMMISSION All Correspondence C The Gourlie Sales Agency P, O, BOX 1200 LETMBHIDGE, ALBERTA The Neat Stylish Appearance as Well as Comfort in Foot- wear Depends Entirely on the Fit Our iSltoo Salosmou are specialists in fitting, together, -with our Stock, from nil llic best shoe nuiiiufactiu-crs, assure you of Value you buy from us We have everything for lion, Women niul Children from Shoes for -vvct, sloppy weather to evening parly slippers nnd pumps. See oiu1 slices before buying as you will buy here eventually. Why not now? W.J. Nelson Co. The Foot Toggery Sherlock Building ;