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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. LethbrUlgei AIUf. Triday, January CATTLE GET BENEFIT OF U.S. MARKET LIVING COST SHOULD LOWER LOCAL MEN EXPRESS REMOVAL OF DUTY MAY PUT WHEAT UP News of Tariff Change Commended in Western Canada-Eastern Millers Afraid of Effect- Eastern Views at Variance With West LOCAL FIRM GET Contractors Will Build a Big School in Commer- cial Metropolis MAY NOT PASS NOW Possible Results of Trade Arrangement A freight war hetwecn American and Canadian Railroads.' Building of more American Kail roads into, Canada. to Hudson's Bay project. Big market for Canadian cattle at- good prices. Increase in price of wheat in Canada. cost of living by reason oi: re- duty-on farm product's.- Fort WJJliam and Port Arthur fear loss of trade. affect on Western Canada coal. Doyle ami Thomas, builder's and contractors of this city, have just- v I been awarded the contract for -tlio "jerection of the big new SLOO.OOO Col. j Walker .school in Calgary. Messrs, j Doyle and Thomas returned from Cal- jgary last evening. They secured "the contract out ot a total of about thir- ty bids. Their figurp, however, was the third highest submitted and only U2.000 bdbiv the Jigure of the second that the'broad scope of; the highest tenderer. The .building is of treaty-has surprised members of con- Fear that Opposition Will Cause Understanding to special to CLAIMED COLT AT AUCTION SALE Walter Whitney and a Policeman Had a Scuffle Chargeir with interfering with a pound-keeper while in the-execution of j his duty con {.racy 10 provisions j oi; the Pound Kylaw, .the minimum penalty in-the case ot conviction un- der which is S25, "Walter Whitney has Telegram frbrrii ing ton this morn [been summoned to appear before says not stretching tact's'. lice Magistrate. Ball tomorrow.-. The.offence with which Whitney is charged took -place yesterday aiter- LOCAL MEN SEE A DECREASE Welcome Redudibh ofCuty on Fraits; and Dairy Productv-Miliers Not and the Hajjpy tone oi the presi- noon, when Chief is al- dent's message and his suggestion thai I auctioning .off solid stone construction. Tlic tract includes everything but j plumbing, healing and ventilating, jin its enect on ;thc world's commerce i unclaimed horses. The first, ani- George l.a-ing is the.architect. i the .high-prices .of the necessities of mal, marc-had knocked Messrs. Dcyle and Thomas also 'Iifc the United States may be down ib .31. L. .Peek for .and aRd fieially.affected'by the reciprocal agree tire bidding on -the-other, a three-year and Thomas brought- back with them plans spi-cifications of a proposed -apartment house in Cz they will also tender. 25 cents per bush. 15c per bushel oOc per bushei per bushel 25c per bushel Le per quart 25c per bushel 25c per cubic 25 per cent. Wheat. :Qats Barley PI ax" Apples Berries Grapes Cranberries Pears and Peaches 25c per bushel 2-5c per bushel Beans 45c per bushel Cabbages' 2c each w- Peas 2oc per bushel Potatoes 25o per bushel Tomatoes 25 per cent. Vegetables nor spe- cially provided for 25 per cent. Pish 3-4c pervpoimd Eggs 5c per dozen .Butter.and Cheese He per pound- "Poultry (livo) 8 ccnU per pound Poultry (dead) 5 cents per pound Poultry (canned) 25 per cent. Cattle under 1 yr. -S2 per head valued not -more than TTorses. valued not over SI 50 Horses valued under >ep. over 1 yr. will'do deal toward in- 55 to ratifr. old colt had run up'to'SCy, .when Wal- ter Whilmjy, who had "been standing '-The .'reduction of duties of products by jumped fn'to'thi pound, calling on jof thn.Boil. the the colt [and oats and. on lumber and wood CbierGilleSPie.v'c0iisequently. called Ooney, inspector of detectives Duncan 0PPosmo11 from tbc lumher- the sale off, but told Whitney that he arid .agriCjUltural states of the United; would, have -to prove his ownership which art very strong in both .and the charges against- the ani- Crompton, 44 St. George St, in bra-ichcs oi the x-ongress. Grave .'mil before tatting it, Whitney, how- nectlou with tne Farmers Bank smash. Vdoubts are being expressed as to thn ever, wanted t0 "take the- sv.-ore out a summons before .Magis- trate Frederick eicctioil hy-the legislative r hotli pttaVva. Jaii.' foiloAving table sliows Ihejnore important articles upon which' the United Crates ,the new tariff to take off' the duty. This iivclndes a practically complete list of farm pro- duce. The duties on fruits and vegetables stated be- 'low are for the fresh articles. DUTY. PROPOSED DUTY Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free lOc ton The cnarge January. iltiu, he did, contrary to law, ac- cept, receive and tatce oiv pledge RB- signraent or hjpothecacion notes of tiie Farmers Hank of Canada-from K. Vice-president, of; said, possibility of "any definite action be-'there -arid .ciideavored'.., to release i'c ing the from Lamb pre- the question' goes over uiitil the vented him although he and session .-the'Democrats'-iriH-'be-ia1 con--AVhitney- had-quite Unless k- V J trol oLi-thc house oi. representatives pays charges' against t-hh and. it is look .-with animal within ays "it win, says lavdr upoa .the agreement. the chief, be readvertised -and "sold. SAYS A MAIH WARRANT FOR Chicago Man Expresses Strong Views on the Reciprocity Arrangement Views Offered by the English Press-- Tariff Reformers Not Cheered L'Ulcago, Jan. cattle, on i bave been bettersuited if the agree-1 Helping band; (Janncla deserves the uie free list shipmenta of Canadian it is precilcterl will be iucrcasad to such an exte i; JIB to have appre- enect on local prices. The po- litical aspect of tne case 'dis- cussed by Charles B. Pierce, associat- ed with tac rirm or Banlett, Fraser'ft Co. he predicted .American wneat would drop a great deal lie said tne Tall in price would not equal the present clntv on Canadian cereals. per hend 25 per cent. 30 per com. -31.50 each ment had been postponed until after the imperial conference In May, from they anticipate considerable neartlest congratulations at conclud- ing a" commercial .alliance witlr their powerful neighbor ami it is a tribute grist for the tariff reform mill. to the energy the..Canrulian people A Blow at Frte Traden j and the wisdom of her rulers, it is The. Morning Leader declares that I0 here th'a_t'Canada the deciaratloa of an agreement be- tween Canada and the United States is a pure product of log rolling. Tne Daily Express.says that rnis change however, he said, would not take place until the two nations had ratified the treaty. marKet at present will-not feel the work" of tne commissioners, no mat- ter what their action, because they! nave not power to remove the duty on articles they have passed salrf Mr. Fierce. "The market will not he affected tmtil Congress and trie Canadian law-makirrg body pass ravoraoiy upon this or other treaty." Death Warrant to "It is plain to me that any political; party that woulrt ndopt a treaty re- moving the duty on wheat and Can- afttnn cereals simply will spell Us own uenth' warrant. Any man with com-! mon sense can see that larmors who -j 'ihe Daily Lxprese. says that the agreement strikes a blow at the com- fortable pretenaions of British Freej Traders. Tne preference which meant so miicb to Britain's commerce and has played us false. It is a direcc out- come of Britain's demented adher- ence to che policy of free trade on imports. Mixed Feelings on Coast Vancouver, Jan. facts about the reciprocity, treaty were received mixed feelings in British Colum- 01 preference AV as the ing." prefereiicetheing left if-tlic'-uiicle becomes effeCtivo! harleAv oats and free into both countries. Canada i dutv cent? 20 Can a da; -re" United Sta.j....... 'IGailada rcducc'd'bats10 pents. the States 15 cents, to be 1 each c'ountry: It is free into the United States knocks off the dutv. regulationi? paper or Canada cannot- control restriction by the i rinces. Agricultural implements Canada from 20 17 1-2 per cent, to cent. "Canadian Pish, will go into States free. Fruit, vegetable, and dairy products; into botli countries. Farmers wiir.benefit to" a small-; tent by the reduction of duty on i al implements. As far as the Herald couid le.irn. Herald some v-ery'interesting cosi Canada many bitter struggles Wa' men show an in- fronl lcca[ nlCn wno are tion that he and- -Mr :had was threatened with assault. to have daystoi gaiiivrttl in nnticipatidn'-pf. thc.vihitj was threatened with assault, while; j j t thc L V the mother country stood bound of the arrangement be- e l icing taken wheat. ..Mi. Fair0roth-, anrt mangled free rorc any pronounced state- city treaty is verv sat--pr it; j and apparently unwllltng to lend a i nients one.way or another. DEAD MAN HAD l. K-estdent Briciian of the Bonrd of i Trade, and II. A. Stone, former pre- There isiisfaction. Several they did aii to the duly! off will make change yesterday; v the prices" at mncapolis was only Winnipeg -market havinY a general feeling apparent among thc-not care {o c3CprcsR a drfinite -opinion -and. that it wi Jumnermen that they have got tn i worst of the deai. 1" text. Inn irom reports that; havp. alrpatlv hct-n received they think-. .thtt ann Sheep. yr. 75c each Tings Koiiir Lumber crude (rypsum, ground Iron Ore -Si .50 each per. M. foci 5c per Jb. and 30c per ton Si.75 per ton 25c per ton the request of a brother, Chas. one-sided, and Stone mcnv. thai navo felt the high tariff in the past who came to Lr.thbridgc a fcw i thc chiof ohjeclk-nablc fea- woyld not nnauly sit by and sec the d f Church's Ferrv iirres' l as RMr as o British i into the countrj" and smash the mar- ket. Millmcin S Toronto, Jan. Joseph fie aKected by the chance and Chief Gtliespie on Monday he Tariff Reformfrc -war.tprf h2V? ihr, bcdr and Cr prtccs Londcn. Jan. afternoon pa- 2 mortem cxaTnfnatJon held. This J Farmsrsr Vjevvs viucasic- toss cf thc wheat mai- in British Columbia, whert a GA-raayo; of Toronto and a prominent said that Canadian mill- stand 10 gain by thc placing o2 rough lumber on the free list. A Tew apo. however, before the imposed the tariff rvf 5l.i5 per 1000 ir nor lod to more inm- being ojponod to the American Crow's Nest Alfred Rogers of Eliart Hewers and i coal dealers, said that placing coke on the free lisl would give a hlg! are inclSced to loo'r: nskance at the'n'an in his last illness, was positive Impetus to the coal of the west.j agreement as poseihly harmful to (hat !i Tvartlcularly tht Crow's Nest coinpan- j perla] prererence. but they Uo as with tho duty of (Continued on paj so slight a? to be nnnctfroahle and' Thc Ileral'l cailrrt to src .'ohii e had died from natural causes, j They do not expeer !.o K--I Ivetitr prices; of the Taylor Milling and lioi'antj mvpsUgatiotis in all other dinc-jror procliice. or if are at? tor rnmp-ny.'hiiJ lif off bts la Falls. 11 T- is Mr. W rents per wish to antagonize tlio gov-nions all consider it rnat t jo crlUcism. Tfcey viCWi I creaao-win bo aliehr. wheat crop ha of cents a barrel hr.s kepi tV.p flour out, of Canaria vriil-continur to so- Now thai uir. CftratHan it- is up 10 vr.e C.P.R. io cive as pood rate in that city do Tort William. This rate. 23 ii> an exceeding Mr. Fair- wuiu ngiut: ins is 3 hundred milts closer to Lethbridgfc that is Fort Fruits and Vegetables As to and vegetabks. N. B. Good, of the Co..