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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 1011 TTTE LETlTBRinGF DAILY HERALD' The best buy in the city FAIR- MONT F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 and Block B; II. nnd C. Addition, North W-iml; Corner, 137 ft. by UJ8 ft, R. V. GIBBONS CO. tbe Weyhurn line, at only per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 1C ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. INSURANCE 1HERLOCK PHONE 53C Your (own is the host investment wu have seen, say the Great Falls business men. DO YOU-REALIZE 2 lots and small house on Argyle Ave.. 1-3 cash, balance easy. Wilkie Kerr INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, WEST A. R. i I. OFFICE. PHONE 623. Reciprocity and Fruit (Victoria, H. C., While tliu Otlau'a one him 72 conls for wheat and flock- ed lilin 2 Ins. pnr biifhol. lea vine: him nn HP cents ppr InifilH'l. They f-.lvp In pxcliiingi! flour ul S2.6S ;uu] bran IMK! that HV- rrtlliicl. on (he of'the dealer, ernged 90 per hundred. He of who is Ir. no way concerned he- ft M.iil when I to make a sack of voii'l Ihe anvoiiiil of his and gave :i? rcnis ror Ihe hMii the oldest, ConscrviUm, papers ,n Urn and I2.BS for the flour, proU'Sts mninsl the (Mmpiiign Mirf or a tol.ll of far his wheat. U- luctie.s of its oivu parly in so far as cl) consiili'rations. assume tlie laJior cos or .ml t.s HID incniliors of Ihf opposition declare j We arc aware llial, for parli-. of t'hV that reciprocity will work harm Io ?.ali reasons, there win tie niose who fil till1 trades and Ihe conn will decline tn aecept iliese state- n? tr_v, we are everywhere reading the Hut, Ihe .siiiKiilar (Mnifinno-j reilerations of tliat, ohjeetion. In lion ot Ihe logic o! Ihe siliiatinii lies o.jj Ontario it is Ihe live stock ami fresh'In Ihe facl thai the llritish Colnmhia nrnn and shorts.....3S i meat industries Ihat arc to he ruined Krnil (innu'iV As.si.ciatioi-. reinscd j niiil in Iliis province it is Ihe frnil to pass any resolnli.ins re-j surplus SI.-H industry. While Omscrva- It was noi until Ihe ma-1 Veil see Hie millini: compan.v hnc lives insist Mini a hroadly patriotic chine inude direeiorale of thai asso-; nearly as miiclt uJ they Rave for and v.holly Canadian view of the elation, leci by an employee of Ihe Ihe Client. Ijc gave thMt milling com tcr be (alien, they ilo not forget Io provincial Kovcrnmfnl. mrl that a llan-v. a llltlc more lhan II per cent, the chanpes in e'.ery eonimunily resolution of thai kind could lie pass- "f wi'eat for pnndinr. it. w th appeals Io small sections whom, ed This must be elmrnrlemrd us a1 lln'' I hoy claim, will lie immediately ruin-. purely political anil i JIij'j, hniaclly patriotic view of tho lion without any -mure inundation in como fruit industry mislit reasonably he .reason than many oi.iers nf the !ae- an mnnor .bc poverned by the altitude of the crnw- lies of the desperate party which or lvnc.lt blly ns ers in I ha Niagara peninsula, which is .bends every Io the accomplish- ,10Wf and sun nl. Ihe oldest and chirfesi (mil of parly Nn Liberal (hc miller-i profit on his invest, Incalily in the IJoniininn. When fruit grower iu British op- mcnt. Vours truly. 'W Mr. (it-nnan, a Liiicnil who'pnscs reciprouiiy, he is not, 1'us fiijMT.'ii'nlfMl thai const iiiicni'v fur uiiaiu uf il. 1! hurt him, many years, aminunecil liimscU op- wiiilo the cojisini'cr.s of fnii! throush- posH rcciprofity his out the province will crnsnied him, avowing thai he no furl for UIL longer represenled tlu-ir .sentinifMtts. So as Hritish L'ohnnbia is cou- rcrned Mr. Marlin Uurrrll is the chiftf advoralc of Hie theory that rcciprob- jity- will injuri; the fmil industry. Mi'. cverl evrry of- THE LETTER BOX THE FARMER, THE MILLER. AND RECIPROCITY TALK ABOUT 3 fine level lots north end Alexander Addition, each Elegant well built 7 room house on 1 lot, Good terms. Three hundred and twenty acres two miles from C1 1 QQ FOK SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 VFestiiiinster Rd., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY Hurrpll, however, does not state Ilic wluilii We ilo not blame him, :is no timt is obliged to Rive; evidence i To tnc Editor of The Herald: thai, KIM he usrd againsl himself. A Forty years ,w, when the plain statement of Ihe facts as they hls 'o 'he cro: govern tin- fruit industry in this pro- roiKl3 havp. il] will show that, nut only reciprocity work no harm to (irowur hist it will result in cons dcr- !llO Clour, he gave the miller one bushel out of seven; today the farmer gives one bushel in two. Then the farmer took home six-sevenths Of his grain able advantage to the consumer. ,n the form of bran ami are. in this province, by the bcnefic- takes ence of nature, so situated that both j. r i According to figures furnished bv the producing and consuming classes thb Co ono Qf can lie advantaged in respect to single, industry. There ari; two lespi-cts wheat will make forty-two pounds of flour, and leave eighteen pounds of Therefore, ij re- which I bran and shorts. British Columbia is unique among the quires 1' 1-3 bushels of wheat to make provinces in Hie matter of fruit grow a sack of flour. t for We do not enough fruit for our home consumption nor ever will grow enough for the "contiguous j l.o make one sack of flour. This is a Canadian market. Neither do we j belter price than lie usually gets, If the farmer sells his whea cents a bushel fie' gels for wheat IXTEKKSTKIJ FAR.M EH. REPLY TO MR. HARDIE To the Krtitor of The Herald: answer to Mr. YV. IX Hardic's letter of August I, re the Dia- mond City local, IT. M. W. of A., wish you to publish the following letter: fn regard to'.Mr. Hardie's of August 4, I would like io state that he accusing Nairn and Cuinmings, of run- ning the show of Diamond City local. I would like to Inform Mr. Hardie that we never -save the President of this local instructions regarding work nor took any active measures any j more than any other member would vlo. I also think that Mr. Hardie is stating n deliberate falsehood when he states in his letter that, the Presi- dent interviewed Nairn and Cum- mingB regarding the'work, as the pres ident.'never came to either of us in regards to tlie said dispute, and he also states that we have been nm- ning- the local umlcr instructions from "the District; which we positively deny, and are willing to'meet Mr. Harrilo 'at any time with the President of the District to clear this matter up. Yours truly, A. .CUMMINGS, .TAB. NAIRN. D. J. Hay Co. Registered Customs Brokers and Insurance Agents Lethbridge Alberta Knowing that In A proiresBlve city the size ot Lethbrldce, Is on oirenlns Tor thn above we have decided to enter Into It, and will endeavor to transact all business entrusted to -with entire satisfaction to all concerned and with the least poislble detay. In entering Into this work it will be our aim to make It ccseful and In order to do this we feel It Is necessary to treat for whom wo do business In Ihe samo manner as we would them to treat us. We solicit the patronage of all who hare with tit Canadian Cnstonu. this branch ot the work will be in the handl of 'one wlio has had several years' experience In this line ot work, and can assure all patrons absolute tatlsfactton. If you require Insurance please call or write us and we will 1'lea.sed to fully explain our plans of Insurance. We represent Prudential Life Innurance Company and The Sterling Accident ft Guarantee Company, embracing all Uiaila ot and accident insurance. PHONE 10.1H Rcom 12 Hull Block, Lethbridge. P. O. 400. COAl LAND EOR SALE We have one of the best propositions in coal lands that has ever been offered in the city ot Lethbridge. Cloeer to the city than any mines operated at present No question whatever about the quality of the. coal. For particulars apply North LetHbridge Realty Co. BARGAINS of land, improved, house anil barn, 12 miles 'from Barons, 60 acres in crop. per acre. cash, balance on terms 'Lots in North Ward, each, easy terms (5 roomed fully modern house to rent Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Lethbridge Hotel Block FOR SALE-SNAP adjoining townsite of Burdetl, only 300 feet from main business street, ripe lor subdivision. Gfood house uncl fenced. C. P. K. gas line will run through property. Price S40 per acre. Address A. B. HOAGLIN Calgary, AUn. iruif.s ;is early as those import- ed in I IIP first: part nf tlir season from i the L'mU'il Stales. We do .not pro- liitVf. either of these menu; -successfully challenged and, in [ordt'r that wu may dispel Ihe illu- .'sions wliifli huvt; been created in Hie IJ minds oi tho-sn luivc not into tho we propose to suhinii our, authorities for the gtii'temcnis wtvlmvc made.- years ago Mr. W. J. was llien assistant: exhibition Commissioner for the province mailn a statemont in an interview tiivcii in tlie Whininejr Free Press dur- ing thc progress of thc exhibition in Winnipeg which we reproduce. Me said "If all the land in tlie province nf.HriUsh Columbia of which we now know ns capable of producing fruit, were planted and producing (o its (till capacity and if the population of the Northwest continues to increase at its present rate, we shall never be able to produce enough fruit imtri.et fin ail time' tu come." Thai [statement was made five years ngo, j and Mr. said in Victoria two, days before lie left for tlm. east on his exhibition tour this year: "I reaffirm Uiat statement lotiay." Vi'e must remember that not only lias tlie population of t-lir cenlral provinces of the nnmiiiioi1 increa.sed beyond all ex- pectations nl that time, but, that tlic known ureas capable of producing fruit within the province have hecii since, disclosed. Vet Mr. Bnindrith reaffirms his Ktafenicnt. It is easy to see, (lint fear of swamp- ing our markets is the last fear. Tht' cHhei matter to which we liavr referred is ihr fuct. thai we do not, produce the early fruits. We nvist and shall continue to. he compel led to im- port thrsr or go wiihouf. them. are, therefore, compelling the con- snmi-r of the early fruits to pay duty on our imports without in any way assisting o'ir domestic growers. It is an admitted fact that, as soon as Tlo- meslic fruits are on our markets, tht! wiporlal ion of such varieties from the I niteil Stales, ilhniiiislies. In the cas-.1 of small fruits Ihcy expel tho imppi'tpd article from our trade anri uc brine in only what is necessary, to supply Ilie imperative demand -lust as Mipidly as tin: fruit growers of Ihe province produce sufficiently tn supply I lie demand, sf) rapidly will oittsifie fruit ceasn to be imported. The sun.'.1 slnlement must, in a (rrn- eraf apply to all the of Hie soil, and if is difficult for the dclilierafive and eonscicnfiutis Ilihiker to ronvince. himself that reciprooity can Tork the producer any harm. On the other hand, the consumer must he immensely bencfittcd by re- ciprocity lie must obtain thc ad- vanlape that is gnincd by taking the customs imposts- off thc fruits that ate imported. Not to do so would j but wr> put it high so as to 'be fair to the others. A tuck of flour, will cost the farm- er and the forty-two pounds of bran RIK! short's 'will sell for forty cents. Or that wheat ground up will i-ost. This is what the farmer must (o get his worth of back -after it has gone through the mill. According to figures published by Ihe Census Department at Ottawa, the average cost of labor to grind a sack of flour was four-fifths per cent; of the cost of the This is taking the average of all the millfi in Canada. Taking the value of the wheat at the amount paid out in labor for grinding 1- L-S bushels cf would be a little less than 8 WOMAN SELLS HER cents. Now see what the miller has Of her brain. Athens. Oa.. AUK. .Miss Celeste PnrrlBh, who .-was. for .years at th head of thc department of pcdagofr at the state normal school, director of tho Muskogee elementary practice school .and much-Bought writer for ed iicational and nhj-sological JournRls, lias sold her brain to a northern in- stitute of medical research for exam- ination and analysis after her death. Miss Parrish is noted for her remark- able powers of mind. A scientist has also remarked upon the unuual size left to pay interest on his money: Wheat Labor 421ba bran-and shorts 51.7S .OS j i 4.00 .Mips Parrish sold .her hraln for 000. Miss Parrish is usiiij? part of the money, which he has already received and givn her contract, for' the edll- i cation of the adopted children of her hrolhcr, who died some time ago. .Miss Parrish can read a chapter of -----'ordinary length in a volume sbe hap seen for thc first time and after read- Surplus The the freight rates are. Suppose wheat is shinpecj from Curmangay (he j flour is shipped back, the miller may toll you what a ca" rePeal lhe chapter from mem- j is slat grosses. freiffht would be less thin -0 cents.! she has in mind also a model sot- Icavint; ihp inillcr -still on for home life, and job or more than (he wheat and labor, '.loth COFI. The fanner ihere gives the miller liltle more than half hid Two years ago last winter, a farm- with Rose of Atlanta ilanned com- munity of worn an, 'where tlie daughters of the rich could: be trained to lives of natural service and the conditions of the poor so far as simplicity is concerned. She says the VOUIIR wo f.r from thf north country hauled a j !nen of wealthy families will no', load of wheat to thc local mills learn how to live until some such SN'Chnnge it for flour. The mill gavn manner of training Is afforded them. Inside City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plowing Md- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street Lethbridje, Three good Lots on William Street" each, terms W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 J GOAL MINE We have a small mine near Royal Col- lieries that we will lease or sell to a practical miner. Mine estimated at tons, is fully opened up and partly equipped. Call or write FARM SECURITY CO. COME TO CANADA TO FIND WORK The Bowhells, Rnrke County, North Dakota, Tribune says: "Immigrants continue going through Bowbells, Ijoutl for points In Canaan from different sections in noi.h North' nnd South'Dnkou where Ihe.crops j failed this year. Hardly a day pusfiefi but that al] the way from 10 to 201 wngoiis loaded with goods which are j absolutely necessary for tlie mi: (ire seen here headed fur the Cdiindian noriliweat. By tn'lkhu wltli some of these people' Tlie Tribune finds that some have a definite point in view, while a majority are simply going to Canada too see what they c-.n find in the line of work, having heard ihnt a big crop was to bo harvested there this fnll. One man passed turoiigh here last week who came all tfte way from the southern part or South Dakota, having sonieUiincj over fiOO miles iiy' tenin. Farmers in this great. Bowbells r.oiiiiiry who feel that lime are hard and they are up against it. should talk with some of these and Ihey would be convinced .-.that this section is far'mnre prosperous than a major- ity of the plnces south and east of IIP. No farmers have left everything and departed from Burke county yet on ac- count of no crops, and it, is very likely that they never will. CAN SELL IN CONES IF BITE IS TAKEN Latest Interpretation of Lord's Pay Act Involve! Fine Point of Law Toronto, Aug. cream may be Bold i" cones on Sunday, if the pur- chaser takes tlie precaution to eat a little mouthful before'leaving the res- taurant premises. Such is (he effect of the latest interpretation of the Lord's Day Act by Magistrate Den toon yesterday. Jacob Humm.- who holds a restaurant license, set up as a de- fence R newspaper clipping in which his Worship was said to have ruled that the sale of ice cream in the cone form was legal on Sunday. In these coses, however, Humm had overlooked the fact that the remnant? of the cones were being eaten away from ihe stands where they had been pur- chased. In view of the extremely fine dis- tinction involved, his allow- ed Rnmm to go on gueptmM sentence He further Intimated that. hln earlier decision wat Intended to apply only to Btandft in where peoplp.rnust move along to room for others, and where there no proper place to nit down, numni's place a res- taurant with tables. FOKQUICK SALE The old IVM ranch, 370 4 1-2 mllei went of Piuchw Creek, all fenced, excellent home and stable, beautiful' 'running water, M tim- othy, 20 acres wheat, one of the heat mixed fftrm> In the district, land told for f40 .per acre lait per acre thft whole thing. terms- Apply Monday and P. J. DALY CALCARV RoomS, Alberta We have a bunch of choice lotg withiii a mile and a quar- ter of post office at J150.00 ench. These will double with- in twelve months. THE CASCADES LAND CO. MACDONALD BLK. THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA 160 Fenced. etc. SO.mclw la Spring Price IM.OO Here. cub, in half crop 640 500 ncres in crop, looking splendid. 8 milw from a town. We hive lomi tplendld inipi In raw lind, elote to Weyburn wrvty, tor from 113 to 111 per THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. tuceawort to The Dowaley-McMINan Land horn M4 ;