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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAITUDAY. FIWHUAHY 1-01R niK lk'rri'BHinr.r, daily tikhald Increase, a bushel of wlicit at fy'J.'ll would pay the freight eharges on IM.'j bushels from lirandon to Fort William. i Thus, uinlur this proposed increase, tho prh:u of one bushel of wheat will pay the 1'relght tolls ou ill bushels more ihrui Jn 1914.' In other worda. oven with the new rates in force, Ihe farmer will obtain for his wheat a price that will make ono bushel pay tho freight lolls on W'A percent more wheal than Jn liiU. if Mitrt should prove to be "discouraging" to the western fanner. Tho Telegram believes that It will be th� kind of "discouragement," which moat of them will take with a smile. Now let us see how tho new rales will "discourage" hog raising. In 1911 hog.s Hold at $V.Gii. a hundred pounds, Tl\In sum would fpay the freight charges on 4.fi4'0 pounds of hogs from MinnodoHu to Winnipeg, a distance of 13fi mlloH. in 1917 hogs wore worth $14.95 a hundred pound*. This sum paid the freight. eharges on !*,370 pounds from MfnnedoHt to Winnipeg. With tho proposed Increase fn rates and with hogs soiling at the same price ? 14.95 one hundred poundM of hogs will pay tho transportation lolls on 8,125 pounds between the same points. In other words, the farmer will 1)0 able to ship 75 percent: more hogs for tho price he will obtain for j '"general one hundred pounds today than lie' could under HU'I hog prices and 11*14 freight* rates. It is indeed difficult to find any "discouragement'' in tbene figures. Then lool: at beef--In 11U4 the price Winnipeg, Koi). is. Tho lollowin editorial appeared in Winnipeg Telegram: "Probably the least justifiable objoe-tfon made ut Ottawa against tho railway hoard's order for an increase of freight, rates was that, bused on the prediction that tho proposed himjaao would discourage production of grain, and liye stock by putting an nnnoees-snry burden upon the farmer. ft is obvious that no "unneccHsary" burden should he put upon the farmer, or upon any one else. if It could once he established that tho proponed rates Increase is "limn!-cesHHry" then the wholo case of tho railway board falls to the ground without further argument. Hut this has not been established, nor does the Telegram believe that, considering tho deplorable financial condition of every Canadian railway, with the sole exception of the O.P.K. it is at all possible to establish It. If we admit, then, that the increase Is necessary to preserve the weaker from complete ruin, let us turn to tho evil effect that such a rise it: raten have on production. In i hi4-The year in which the war started-wheal sold for hn.^ cents a bushel. This sum carried 11.'.i bushel from Brandon to Fnrr. William, a distance of Ci.v.2 miles, la 11)17, after three years ot' war-a bushel of wheal sold at $11.21. This sunt paid the freight on l'S.l' Jnudiol of wheat fr^m Brandon to Fort William. Under the railway board's proposed TO CONTROL THE p Kdmonton. Aha., Feb. lfi. Now regulations for the control of packing [house* and livestock exchanges throughout Canada will be made an (lit result uf h conference at. Ottawa, from which II. A. Craig, deputy minister of agriculture, lias just returned. They will have to do espe- Is eternal. we ell admit, tlie name yes. terday, today*and forever. To HJns-Irate the ^eatirreeHon.' What then are we fighting 'for, ideas, nothing more. Man in tho Image and likeness of his maker will be on tic job even after all material-contrivances, including the so-called' man'* physical effulpinent thody) shall have forced- disappeared and entered the realm of nothing. What then are we fighting for, ideas. It: is evident that once the right ideas can prevail namely Cod's idea. Are we then really culighfrmed, cultured, educated, intelligent, and wise. Can we make the grade  * 4 * * * IS GERMANY BEGINNING TO REFORM Hit % and expects Implied, obedience from both. The ministry is pledged to resist any amendments which would .v! up plural or unequal voting. Will it, stand firm? When this hill pulses, tlu'. day of the Junker is ovr-r. and PAGE ELEVEN even in tlie far from satisfactory hill for the reform of tlu; Prussian rpc-'r House there is no comfort for this doomed class, for it reduces the mini-he of hereditary peers, and introdue.es "captains of industry" in their placo. '.'.a1' Saw cially with such matters as purehas-, f.ultured the then especialiv favored ing methods, feeds and feeding at the stockyardh, weiglilng after sale and insurance for condemnation of diseased animals. Air, Crnig says that an entirely harmonious agreement wax reached on all these points between the representatives of the several interests and tho list of regulations will be made effective by an order-in-couucil of the federal government. The outcome will be, it is i claimed, a marked improvement in trading and marketing in high places, hut fount! a ready and responsive chord, and true heart action among the common everyday shepherds and fishermen. And that, it was from among these that came the wisdom that in the dim distance first descended through the great mist. Tlie star of hope, which led them through the turbulance of material belief into the realm of truth life and loves. There was no night there, only perfect day. The silence that was heard around the j world conditions at. all the livestock cen-; When the supplications and prayers ires in the Uouiimoii. offered in all the churches in the ((, Food Control t whole world arc that ;iU mankind may While in Ottawa the deputy miuisrer |,)W(:ome viotoriouR ov.-r evil and not also mei. tlie new food control coinmls-, tUiit flnv particular Motion, nation or of the third class, which included (II. X. Brailsford in Republic.) A candid man will admit that die J essential change for which wc were j hoping in Cermany has hc^un in ' earnest. \*"or tlie tint tn-r impetus, which will make (Jennauv effectively the national democracy, "Volkulam." which the Frankfurter ZeiiuiiKiu large headlines already culls it. wc must prnbahly w$\t until a gennral election has regenerated the Reichstag. In ihe meanwhile, if we would judge the sincerity of the, change, and the solidity of the gain, our cine lies in the main items of contention between the Reichstag majority and the Tirpi!/. parly. The Fatherland party is Prussian militarism at hay. There are three tests. In its demands for a permanent German mil it ary control over Belgium lit has given up downright annexation it is without doubt defeated. The next issue is the Prussian franchise. I have before me. the text of the Reform hill, with hs most un-Prnssian preamble, preaching in sc> many words "trust in the people" lied to " Tins sum would pay the trelght  Alb,.rl51> No H|H.t.ini p).1Ils h.IV0 vftl � "f" charges on pounds oi cattle h'��i {been made for this province it seems, j 1!* Souns to Winnipeg. In the price ; lll)lI)in, (p.rfnUo iiaH y(.t 1(f.en de- ihe other, the church AUCTION SALE of cattle was $u.u:-l a� hundred pounds. This sum p:tlu the t ransportation cliarges on r>,;rio pounda between the same points. Coder the new freight rates this same price will still pay tlie freight charges on 4,G?,u pounds. In other words, one hundred pounds of cattle at the I*i 17 price will pay for 17.7 per cent more t.hansportation. even under the advanced rates, than one li u ml red pounds at the 1914 price of. Pure Bred Scotch Shorthorn Bulls and Heifers would pay for under present rate-B. Where is the "discouragement" of production? And, besides, there is every good reason lo believe thai the prices of farm produce during the present year will he considerably higher than 'in I!) 17. No. clearly it is not any fear t that (lie now rates will cause "dis-' couragemcnt" of farm production that : accounts for the protest against them. > The chief reason are hut two-and j they arc both natural and not alto- i gather unreasonable. The first Is that we all dislike paying more for anything than we have church shall supen ede and then only will make the grade. hen all mankind simultaneously think peace, there is no war. There is no nation or country that rules1 the waves or holds Dominion. Nor Is any nation or country ober sites. There is one, ruler of the universe, who only is everywhere.: When churches, tions and their peoples are reconciled to these facts, and they know the truth and the truth will make rJiem free. The world' and its inhabitants cannot, secure permanent peace by the . � , i , . .j .Btudy of war anymore than they can good progress is being made in regard. have hiiUh by;.the stl[(h. or leases. to food control under the new manage- periiaps no wot*a have ever been ut-ment. and he looks tor practical re- tere{r;Dy man more rrue than thesei as suits in the near future. ; ,a ,van thinketh'in his heart, so is he. Labor Problem I wig (teiinue uas y cided as to liow ihe regulations are Jo be administered. The local committees which solved in a purely advisory capacity, having now been dissolved j there is no machinery this side-of Ottawa, for enforcing and administering ihe food controller's orders and whether or not the provincial departments of agriculture will be expected to look after this part of the work has not been stated. Mr. Craig is of the opin- ,, Ion, nevertheless, that in a general way The labor problem will be more closely related to the question of food control than hitherto, according to Air. Craig's report, as one of the new commissioners, J. D. AIcGregor. will give it his particular attention. The labor branch of the commission has not yet outlined a definite policy, and uutii that has been done it will not he possible to say in just, what way the Al- affected. ! in progress ho- i , , , .,,i., , �,,,- tween Ottawa and Washington with a; Honored custom o make a kick an>-; . . ,. � . , view to making arrangements by j which farm laborers may be brought \ in from the Cnited States to help in: 4. At the Farmers' Feed Barn, Lethbridge, ON I Wednesday, Mar. 6 . AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP DETAILS OF TRAGEDY eighty-five per cent, of the population. I the minor defects of the new hJ^l are } not worth mentioning. The hill'.sets j up for the state hiet of benighted ] Prussia substantially tlie same moa- 1 sure of manhood suffrage which th^ ; j imperial Reichstag has had from ihe j I start. Tho Kreuz Zeitung (the organ : of the Lutheran reaction, predicts that i if this biU is passed, the Socialists in governments, na- I a House of 455 members will gain 140 or 1.50 seats (they now have JOi, and the Conservative majority will give place to a. majority of Socialists, Poles and Radicals. But will the bill pass? The German press is full of speculations and accurate countings of votes, from which one gathers that, after stormy debates and many intrigues in the committee stage, it will be either passed or rejected by a, narrow margin of ten or twenty votes. The Conservatives mean to fight hard-even against the Kaiser, whose personal support is pledged to tho bill. The Prussian Junker fears God, honors the King PKTCK LCND. AT OYEN, ALBERTA A four wheel, four cylinder, three plow Kerosene Tractor with a variation of speeds to suit farm or road work. Intending purchasers remember this There is no standard of rating Gas Tractors and a manufacturer can use any rating to fit the occasion but you cant make a "Draft Horse" out of a Jack Rabbit with a name and harness. It takes a motor to get power. The, Heider rs equipped with a Waukesha 4J/2 by 6^4 motor.1 Compare specifications and prices and you will buy a Heider. For Sale By MART McMAHON LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA S ftTHIT, o J�e^� a? ^kiek^V^1 "!^U�n WU1 bC ^ will do us any" good or not, it is a time l^ ^ nowir 30 jHead Highest Grade Stock All pedigree guaranteed. PEARCE & SHINE Owners J. A. SMITH - - - - Auctioneer Auction We, the undersigned will sell at Public Auction at the farm of E. R. Renfrew, South Half Sec. 30-8-19, 4 miles south and 2 milea eaat of Coaldale. Friday, MarcH 1 1 AVERY 18-36 TRACTOR, used 10 davs; 1 ALL WORK 12-25 TRACTOR, used 10 days, no reserve; 1 5-bottom P. & O, Plow, new; 2 International engine disc harrows, new; ONE DODGE TOURING CAR, run 8000 miles; 1 ^-bottom John Deere self lift plow; .1 JWcCor-mieiv S-ft. binders, now; 1 Deer-ing S-ft. binder, new; 1 10-ft. Monitor press drill, new; 1 Kentucky press drill; I Hooaler press drill, new li wagons, now; 1 wagon, extra lieavy, Pish make; t farm truck; I land packer; 2 4-seclion steel drag harrows, new; t Deering mower; 1 Emerson mower; 2 .Tainesvillo 14-in. gniiR plows; li nets harness, one new, with breeching; :> 150-nus. grain tanks, now; 2 hay racks; 1 cook stove; I heating stove; X round extension dining table; 0 dining chairs; 1 set dishes; cooking utensils. Blacksmith outfit; 4 steel oil drums; R wooden barrels; chairs, Novels, axes,; lot of junk too numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK 1 5 year old gelding, broke, weight 1300; 1 T. year old gelding, broke, weight 1400; 1 8 year old mare, broke, bred; K 4 year old geldings, weight 1300 to 1500; 2 yearling heifers; li brood sows; 8 shoats, 00 to 80 lbs.; ��! ewes; 1 registered Shropshire Ram. . Note-There will he a low re-sarve bid on the Avery tractor and Dodge motor cur. No reserve on other articles. LUNCH- WILL BE Sale at 1 p.m. Terms cash unless otherwise arranged. E. R. RENFROW, M. A. MORRILL, Owners E. H. TRACHT ) Auctioneers: Geo. H. Legler, Npnton, G. P. Deardorff, Box 550, Lethbrldgc. way on the offehaneo that it might pro-j duct.' results. The second reason for ihe opposition [ is die general ;de a .miIe and * hal1 -to n en is tlie outcome ot that legislation. The conference was attended by officials of the federal live stock branch/ representatives of the provincial departments of agriculture, managers oT the stockyards arid heads of the.lead-j Ing packing houses. horse eigh- bors for assistance. The temperature was Zii below zero and consequently he was badly frozen, wnjch proved fatal. Both Mr. and Mrs Alston died of burns and frostbites. COMMISSION ON SHIPYARD STRIKE 16 WERE KILLED . i Communications under this heading must bear the writers. signatures of the Crystal Falls, Mich., Feb. 23.-vised figures on the loss of life in Amasa Porter mine accident Thursday show that sixteen men were killed when a bulkhead gave way permitting water and sand to rush into the mine. As more water is threatening to pour Re-j the CAN THE CHURCH MAKE THE GRADE To the Editor: - It was the writer's privilege and good fortune to be present at, a recent gathering in one of our churches where a very able speaker addressed those present upon ihe subject. "Can the Ottawa, Feb. li:i.-^Hpu. T. W. Croth-er&t injhister of labor, and Sir: Joseph ' FlaveUe, head of theVTmperial Muhit-tions' Board, held a conference last night with regard, it is understood,' to the threatened strike of shipyard workers on the Pacific coast. Subsequent to ibis Sir Joseph saw Sir Robert Borden. * Hon. Mr. Crothers! when seen this morning would not say what results had been arrived at. It is possible that the government will appoint a commission to investigate1 the situation, but there has been no i official announcement to this effect. 20 PER CENT. MORE POWER, WIDER TRACT, HYATT ROLLER BEARINGS THROUGHOUT- ACTUALLY DEVELOPS 18 HP. ON THE DRAWBAR. \7. SERVED 1 *. CURATIVE WADDING (Vandenbroeck's Process) Naval and military authontiei, hospital* and thousands of doctors ums it-- For al( pain caused by 1 Cold and Dampness Thcrmogene Co. /.td,ttfay- fortunate indeed that the subject so la^jly discussed and t of such moment-ious world importance cannot be made available for a greater number of our people. The keynote to Dr. Bland's utter-lances was to the effect that the great 'religious organizations of the so-call- j ed civilized world do nor reach the 1 |great, common masses of mankind. i At this juncture the question arises j in the writer's mind. Why? Kcho ans-1 wers, war. Division strife, church ' politics selfishness intolerance, egot- j ism^. greed. A great house divided j against itself. Each human made I contrivance endeavoring to force its 1 ideals upon the other. ! A War of Ideas At home abroad'everywhere church , politics, local, national and world.poll-, tics. Especially among ,the so-called ) ; enlightened educated and cultured upper classes. The ruling and governing forces of tho so-called civilized world. Again a war of ideas. When the time is thought opportune one class or nation proceeds to force its ideas upon another or upon the remainder. Then all \ the physical aud material forces must be called into service. Only to spend their energy against* one another all ultimately to disappear and pass away as it were into their proper i realm of thin native nothingness. To i be no more. 1 Only the ideas remain. Every one Jeremiah Phalan, seventy-three, one of the pioneer shoe manufacturers of | Rochester, N.Y., is dead. if �3 r_ - High Construction Counts t ri the Field *4 r At the Fremont, Nebraska, Tractor Demonstration the t' A It will pay you to see this Tractor before you place your orders, and we advise you to-order at once, so rs to be ready when the season opens. , it * f 4- u ll* r �I. � -\ - .1 * knows in His hourt that (hat which i V / I*1 Har 1 s 27 Id F, Ritchie & CoMUmite4 Toronto | really lived still lives. That God in our life. Tho same yesterday, today, and forever. Man His image and like- | mess and behold very good. Does it. j j not then appear, friends, that as far ' 'as the real truth is concerned we are ; all stranded and strangers upon a bar-j iron nhnre. What are we fighting for. ; Again eeho answers. Ideas. Physical ' so-called man. and all material things; ' me must admit are only temporal. Rut j ; passing shadows only hufcfclts as it ': wore upon the troubled waters. A thousand years is but as the twinkling of mi eye, on the face of eternity. Liiu in iu true image of its principle � was one of the few tractors which carried an official Kerosene Card. During the endurance run, the LAUSON 15-25 Kerosene Tractor plowed 1l'/2 hours without stopping with tanks sealed, using 17 gallons of kerosene and one pint of gasolene for starting* �nd pulled three 14-inch plows in heavy gumbo sod land at an average depth of 7�/z inches. The only four-wheel dust proof engine exhibited at the racent Tractor Show held in Minneapolis was the LAUSON. The first car loarf of these tractors will be unloaded here this week, price now reduced $400.00 since duty has been taken off. 4 The John Lauson Mfg. Co., New Hoi stein, Wis. A  N Sinnott Block Distributors for Alberta ^ * Lethbridge, Alberta 70327? ;