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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, August THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD We have been appointee! agonts for Lctli- b rid go and district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and lias an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can be out through with very little delay.' F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents ROOM 1C ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing cast and known as No. 508 Westminster Ed., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE HERLOCK 6 A BUY THAT WILL MAKE MONEY: FOK YOU 3 Lots in Block 152, facing cast each Terms North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 535 Sido- Terms. Fire. Life. Accident ami Live Stock PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R. Offices. RECIPROCITY IS BIGGEST AND BEST THING THAT COULD HAPPEN TO US "1 certainly am in favor of rcci- procity and will do what 1 can to secure it. 1 believe it will greatly forming is at the bottom of Canada's prosperity and growth 1 hope lo see it adopted." The speaker was R. Wood. Manager of the Wood Mailing j of the nonunion Flour Mills Coin- pany. Mr. Wood asked the j question which brought forth the statements quoted. When asked if he benefit- would -accrue. He said there were several, but that ap- ple crop-would'benefit most. Last he barrels of apples and was observant enough of condi- to know that the buyers sent them to, the United States markets, and Ihai they paid a duty on thein of 75c.' a barrel. He figured that it would mean at least SOc. a barrel, or 11500 move to him for bis crop, if he them there under reciprocal pive his reasons for favoring conditions. He seems to have at least reciprocity he readily assented. Mr. 500 pood reasons for voting for rcci- jWnod is particularly well qualified to procily. and the rest of his crop is speak of tho probable effect of reoi- -procity on the fanning industry. For many years he v as engaged in the LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block B; 1L :uul C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by 138 ft, S950.00-TKRMS R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 Ott Block I grain and milling business in Brant x j county, and 'during the last couple ments are from 500 to l.ono cars (of years he has been head of the Wood j Milling Company in Hamilton. During Jail these years be has come into dt- CJLOSiiVG OUT PRICES KOR acres, 2 miles from XVeyburu line, price per acres 4 miles from Weyburn line, price 312 per acre. acres 3 1-2 miles from Weyburn line, price per This land can all be farmed. Terms. 70 acres Irrigated land 2 1-2 miles from city limits at a bargain. One, acre on Westminster Koad. price Good terms. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. rect contact, with grain-growers and farmers, and is not only familiar with farming conditions hut with trade conditions regarding grain and farm produce as well. "The farmvrs of .'Irani and Went- worth counties are engaged in pro- ducing all grain, fruit, tables and live said Mr. Wood, in beginning to give his rea- sons for favoring reciprocity, "and I j think I am competent to speak of conditions regarding some of these tilings at least. In the matter of grain one is safe in saying that wheat of the quality that is grown by our farmers is usually several cents a bushel higher, and, in fact, is now higher, in the neighboring markets of HufT.ilo and Detroit than it is in Hamilton and Toronto. Tbe same, thing applies, by comparison of pric- es, .to hard wheat between the Win- j nipeg prices and those in Minneapolis :N [and Dululh. "The present, price oi oats striking example of how reciprocity i would benefit the grower of oats. The Chicago prices at present arc about I Uc. for December oats, which price is for :12 pounds, while the price in Winnipeg for oats' is 38Ac. for 31 pounds. This, it will be observed, is a difference of about Sc. or 9c. a bushel. of barley, I remember conditions for years before the -jMcKmlcy bill was introduced. This bill raised the ih-ty on barley from Kic. to 3ftc a bushel. The farmers of WentworUi and Brant counties pre- vious to the passing of this bill rais- ed very large quantities of a superior finality of barley. It was very much desired and appreciated by brewers not only in Canada but in the United States, and hundreds of thousands of still fn roserve.1 "Our firm'..'is'quite an extensive shipper of turnips. This agreement admit turnips free. Our ship- nually to the United States tnarketR, where the "duty is-now 35 per cent, ad There is no rtoubt that the removal Of 'the dutv will add ma- terially to 'the price of this article, for which there is already such a de- mand. "I have a good fcnnwlodge of farm- ers and farming conditions in these counties, and the fact that reciproc- ity will riot" seriously aftect the pro- tective principle, as applied to manu- factured products, but will takedown a barrier to all products of the farm, it the highest and best legis- lation ever introduced in this coun- try. The fact that there are 000 or consumers. a larpr part of thum big consumers, of what grow, and that we are so near them that we can place our goods in their markets within twelve or fif- teen hours hy express and in twenty- four hours by freight, is the biggest and best thing ever offered to a pro- ducing country like this. The farmer will be greatly benelitted without a shadow of a doubt. All the produce of the farm will increase in value, and every business in every town and city in this country will reap a cor- responding benefit because of the1 in- creased prosperity that will result from reciprocity in natural products. These nre some of the reasons why I am in favor of conclud- ed Mr. Wood. FROST DID NO DAMAGE TO GRAIN Winnipeg, Aug. the gov- ernment wexlhor report for the past twenty-four hours shows tho entire absence of frost throughout the west- ern provinces private deapfttchos from correspondents assert tlmt f roat was felt at one or two points. From burn was received the following des- patch: "There was frost. In this district last night, which left a thin com of Ice on water during .the early morn- Ing. living along eleven rur- al telephone lines assert that no dam- age waH done to crops. Potatoes ami cucumber vines were not Injured, re It is believed that wheat is of sturdier escap- ed injury." From Brandon, which IB centre of Manitoba's agricultural area, the following was received this morning: "Fine weather. Was warmer last night than during Monday. The low- est point recorded at the experiment- al farm was forty, which IB far enough above zero to allay any of dam- age to crops. Not even the tenderest of plants In the farm gardena show any sign of morning broke bright; clear and warm and It looks like another spell of Ideal har- vest weather." Generally all reports received are of very optimistic character. Wilkie Kerr 3 lots on water and sidewalk, North SUPREME COURT DATES ARE SET Under the provisions of The Su- preme Court Ace His Honor the Lieu- tenant Governor, by and with the ad- vice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to order that Sluing of the Supreme Court en bane and of tbe said Supreme Court for tbe trial bushels vu-re profitably grown and of causes and matters both civil and shipped to United .States markets, criminal for tbe year 1911-12 be fixed It is needless to say that the duty 'at the times and places respectively of .50c. almost completely prohibited [hereinafter set forth; provided, how- ever, that should occasion require the salrt Court en bane and Trial Court shall sit at s.ucb other times and plac- es as may hereafter by order Jn comi- cil be appointed; and provided, further, tarmcrs. .n those counties would lhal wjeli tho H0l ror {jle xery quickly result in the production ;5ng of a Court or a Sitting is a holi- of a large amount fust-class bar-jdny. such Const or-Siitlns shall ley for United States markets, (commenced on the day following such And our fanners realize Ibat if ihev holiday, taisinp i( to advantage for ship- I merit to United States markets. I firmly believe that the soil and cli- witji thv intt-Hiirence of snatr. C.RR. Directors Will Sec r e 11 y Oppose Reciprocity Pact Washington. Aug. of how closely the Tuft administration jis watching the campaign In Canada eame to light today when It was al- lowed to "leak out" at the state de- partment that "intluential men" of the anadlan Pacific Hallway are "begin- ning au actual opposition to recipro- city with the United States." The New York Herald. In a des- patch dated from Washington this 'morning, says that information comr-s from a "thoroughly reliable author- ity" that members of the C. P. R. arc planning to start west from (Ottawa on Thursday next to aid "in a quiet and secret campaign" and that "word has been passed along to those are loyal to the road that the C. R. is against reciprocity." Denied by Sir Thomas Montreal. Aug. Thomas Shnughnessy. discussing the reports to the effect that be and oilier Canadian Pacific Hallway directors, would, while In the west take a stand against reciprocity, declared tliat the party's} time would be so fully occupied with f [railway matters pure and simple thntj politics would not even be consldovtd. Sir Thomap and party leave for the' West tomorrow. (f food enough for ut City Properties High Class Farming Lands i Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as A very Threshing and Plowing chmery arc offered by W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street FARMERS! Itie Lethbridge- Weyburn Realty 1210 FIRST AVE. S. FITTH Sell the Best and Only Patent r Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Each. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Flre-Preot, Vermin-Proof. sure and see you get the COTTO- gateti Granary with the eighteen-inch inaji- hole in top. This allows granary to fce com- pleted in tight shape before putting grain in, insuring a tight cover. 1 raisf barlev and get from to SI for IS pounds, and buy American corn, as thoy were able to buy it Sittings of the Supreme Court en'bane Tuesday In Sop mber and March. for durii.c past venr at! v' -Klrsl Tuesday in De- crnt a it is might v good husi ss for ,hrn, For of Clvil and NotvJi.ry Causes THREE CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH 1 LOSS FROM HAIL IS VERY SMALL EDMONTON ANT) CA IXJAKY confined to a few districts, so thnt the percentage for the province in not amount to more than at the most one or two per cent, of the total crop. In Hio south che reports mv very good, and show a big percentage of I preference to selling it n> me _, crops all ready for the binder. In j persons simflarlv siJiiaterl in Calgary. Alta.. Aug. north, while not so far advanced! to Alberta crops through raiujnn In the south, tho reports p.r-.d nr.it Ktorm? is not nearly so much 1 the effect that the conditions enormous omy. nor as bad a? was first reported. This is tbe opinion of L. P. Strong, of the Albert.n Pacific Klevator Co. ness for them. "Hay is another' item, and as a'Tuesday in October and November. handler of it 1 nave repeatedly seen Second Tuesday in .January. First market conditions such that the hav !Tuesday in Ffbruary, .March. Ap- dealer would sell his supply to niyl Ma-v" niirl tmrd Tuesday in York', Host on, Jnnc- Trial of Criminal and Civil Jury Causes on KDMONTON AND ln third Tuesday in October, February ind and Mav. the For Trial of all Criminal Causes ay-; U'KTASKIU'IN -Second Tuesday in April. -Third Tuesday In No- Philadelphia and other American markets, and pay n 'on duty it, sending it into their rruirkets Agents of this company are scattered throughout this province and their rover very thoroughly the whole of Alberta. Although some dis- il 1 I f r L I T promising and the crop In good to !M rt in froc no! Hl-.KH -H.lrd and nil that IB required "rrwer of is surh aif '.Cnoramus vombcr April. A f.. v In MAI a few the grain. warm weather to ripen big benefit! 5" Miv -Second Tuesday and fourth Tupsdny in The water in Toronto harbor