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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Voluirie IV. AUa.V Tuesday, Jan. Glad of, Canada's Butter and Eggs Memorable Session Of British British Columbia May Put Tax On Lumber Oxford Graft Inquiry ComesToaCdsi CANADA, SOLE IOPIC IN PRESS London Newspapers Dif- fer on the Reciprocity Arrangement London, Jan. The Daily Tele- jnrajw discussing colonial trade says 'that the case of Canada is difficult and we must avoid dismal language find exaggeration. There is no reason the United Kingdom trade. Ihere not thrive and expand as vig- orously as before. in some respects the .projected reciprocity might' be worse, it ;is" a blunder not to. recog- nize thai, the very little advantage wiij'ch .Britain already enjoys may be eaerificed under the Laurier-Taft a- Rivjrnefti, but even yet there is full time for the Imperial conference to U. S. IN NEED OFCANADA'S PRODUCTS Glad to Get Our Eggs and Butter on New York Market .New York, Jan. executive committee of the Xew 'York -Mercantile exchange, whose members handle most of ilie agricultural products com Ing to this city bus voted its endorse-1 GREAT HELP TO CATTLE TRADE Urandon, Jan. here in regard to the proposed reciprocity j arrangement, Jas. Uower, president of i United Farmers of Alberta, said: "It is not the placing of wheat on the free list which affectB us in _Alberta altogether. Tne question of; cattle is of equal importance. The" fact that they have placed it on the free list will revolutionize the entire .trade in our province. If we can get cattle tree .into-Chicago will'.be nion tnau satistied with the result of nc gotiatlons. It will practically meai a'solution of the rate question in Car ada 1'or it will force down the freigh rates which ncyv exist arid .which-v? have been endeavoring "to reduce for menrof'Canadian reciprocity agree-' meat and it is expected that the ex- change'.will ratify this action by a lo'ncal vote of its members at their next meeting. A statement accompanying the an- nouncement of the executive commit- tee's action is at follows: The reciprp- riy agreement. will tend to minimize fluctuations in the produce market, particularly in such staples as butter and etjss. Its adoption will be fol- lowed-by some reduction in prices on this side of. and probably j by a slight increase in Canada. The new scale of prices be fair enough i'or the farmer and will offer the much needed relief to consumers. "It will be found that commission merchants are in favor or. reciprocity "with Canada. The bringiug of Canadian farm products, especially butter and esss, which might have been brought into this COt AFTER A BIG GANG OF MEN Winnipeg, Jan. con- struct the new irrigation dam on tn'e Bow River at Bassano, Alta., the C. P. R. is collecting a force of twenty-five hundred men, work to start at once. EXPORT TAX ON LUMBER INB.C. TRAVERS'GIFT OF A WATCH New York, Jan. au inter- view here Geo. Wishart, wanted in connection with the. Farmer's -''Bank matter, said "It has beeu stated in Toronto.tliat mr> "i ii gave Mr. Travers a motor car. I at Province Can do tO'never. gave him a motor thing else, outside of a drink or' a cigar, directly or indirectly, and nev- er had any occasion to. On the other hand, when I found, fault .the I London, Jan, is anticipated way things were Kbiiig arid .threatened I thai the Imperial preference will form to resign, he went out one. day .in To-' subject of a unionist amendment roato and bought my sou a JARDlT" Prevent Lumber Going to States Only Liberal B.C. House Ridiculct Victoria, Jan. passed br t-fc so many years. "I don't said Mr. Bower, "how 011 the free list win affect the milling trade. They are right on the ground where the wheat is grown, and it should not place them In an unfair position at all. MEMBERSHIP HUSTLE IN Y.M.G.A; V il Freedom for Canada i The Uhronicie says that the recip- j rocity agreement is a. staggering blow j M Uie tariffers. Just as Britain claims right tc, fiscal freedom 6u we should ecqulcsce in a similar ireeiiom for Canada. Local liberty is 'n. condition. of. Imperial loyally. The Daily ISews is sarcastic regard- ing the. statements of the Mail and that Imperial conference is Insane, Littleness of Leaders The London Express contains a big map profesing to show the agree- "Bteiit. has given., the Canadian farmer 1 a. vast market. 'at their very. doors. The floors are described as "nail bar red jtnd bolted." thY Express lhc sel' Were Wltl lays- that the vijeril of Imperial be a UveVy One liun- j up has it "been possible to. bring Can- ken a strange insidious.- nienluevs -Of "'lhc association j-adiau -butter- into the -United States.. i and even then the risk was great and Norton Griffiths: '.'it the agreement! are ratified .-.the Americans will wipe our eye.in great style." Wallace Carter, secretary of free trade'union: "it is too early to pro- phesy but. it looks like the final blow! tor the whole tariff, movement in Urent Britain." Joseph, head the famous milling "The gravity, of .the situation, :earitiot-'bo over estimated, Jan. a local ror. 'ttie commercia] .approachmeiit had represented: wnicll'has beglili is'likely to be ex- two countries be- Employrnent Agency At Port Arthur Gets the Blame to John Pollack, who-was frozen to, deatii yesterday on a lonely, walk onlyj coroe "allied bV common three miles west after leaving the isolated Slate River, when! for it, in case.offlre, .for S800. BRmSHM.P.'S GET READY FOR WORK tracj The date of the YiM.O.A. .mem-j "ivrf as was the intention ot- framers tw price of American butter has gone country has been -practically, prohib-j as a matter of fact the distance to thej Hriuln Tne VorSshire. Post thinks Groat able to maintaiu its H'I oh'1' has taken as grasped- the opportunity we scorn-: aad the future oC the empire is at; into four teams, with T, B..Dutiham; F. S- Fil- gross John leit the told.'ic- sigr.aiuzert by demonstrations of peace and goon will. .Mr. Donovan contends that the example of. Winnipeg.'where the elections are ovor before Christ- is a worthy one. sen- up 55.590 in their sharing method. .In dividing; up the shares among the different em- ployees, notice is taken off the length of.service of each employee and apportionment 5s made accordingly. liMaCltTUlI IU UO.J 0.1 i- iv-'- t The assault charge which Charles ical from the N'o. 313 was can-! Imuxn for the oftence. The, SAVED AFTER T2 DAYS JN PIT Rouen, France, Jan. Two work- men wbo were buried by a cavo-ln at the clay pits of Vancaville on Jan II Fohi. a supporter of Doughty. HSH i celled Issi nisht, there being no; sentence came as a surprise to many not w L-noemx. B. C., Jan. Ellen La-U-0uJri be severe on K'ir.'r-. Jr.uciiter of A. Lapoime. of against whom oharges would send complete document to Iaid samjSt Wiil be heard to-i equipment at Medicine Hat to make: who believed that McSortey attornev general. He alFO'inti- _ ft train This rnrtrntnp-'c Plvor trnc Car. I-C ClCCJICT. anusnuci ivupotisnjir toe m ies iinoinciaiiy tnat ms nnatng turned around this morning and start- 'M be severe on certain ir.en trough, out election riay passed fc k lo in thc crime. certain ir.en a11 trough, against whom oharges of graft, etc.. 10 i he (alleged to have been proven, br.r what fcack lo Minneapolis in the place: of >-0 s< which could net come-; Hotel, was dashed recommenriutions hr v< "k briyivon U-.: to say. 1 i ______________ r-ons were on the lion-sleigh; ,r! GERMAN SOCIALIST DIES ho SWEDE WAS KILLED ;th-ough. CROWN PRINCE'S TOUR IN INDIA "The A. R. I. train. a Jan. was officially tttfal wave at 400. were rescued today alive and well. Since the accident comrades had j worked day and night to disinter the imen and some time ago succeeded OVER FIVE HUNDRED lin ginlriag. a ttjhe through which food vManna, jan. latest con-fend drink were supplied them. servative estimate places the num-j _________________ oer of dead as. the result of the enip-j of Mount. Taal and Accompanying f Kpnhniinkcs con- DR. JOWETT FOR NEW YORK England.. Jan. Port Arthur Jan. "1. Victor Jack- j plow three liours ahead of her left on j announced today that in view of as the volcano is stil! active- -'Din Henry Jowett. pastor of are nor. Known as liioy ran away l n'e on tiie gro'.mn ivlnsi MorHn. Jan. Fincrer. The! and i lutiav from sou. ,1 employed at the InmJier I near Stanley, was struck on the Read by a railing tree ami shortly girting" junction and pr iime at S.30 this morning and arrived j piagne epidemic in the far the! and there i? no lessening of show at Cardslon will return thiB evcn-ttour of rne Crown prince Frederick Wlliam will be terminated of tne Keicl'.stae. tlirdl His body was to Portt 15O1lth train to Virdon. the latter froxn or iiic ij." here ar !.30.. Jhis aftenioon. -turn cily he will re- er of mud and to Congregational Church, has' lo accent recently extended today the oonservntory han wonied j call the pastorate of the Fifth Ave. n Chnrch of New -.Torts shocks. 25 ini.ensify. of considerable i ;