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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATlillDAY, JANUAItY 31, 1911 THE I.ETHBIUDGK DAILY UKKAI.D PAGE SEVEN AsK Your Grocer For [the it for breakfast tomorrow note the satisfied smile as your husband enjoys his morning cup. grade of cocoa beans, finest cocoa butter, purest cane sugar, and tbe best vanilla beans that can be bought, are ingredients which we blend form that rich, smooth coaling' characteristic of We feel safe in saying that no other late confectionery ever offered to the Can adian Consumer has come up to the high standard of purity and excellence of Moir's. Limited Hnllfax, Canada, isler of defense, sprang to his feet at earliest to ibal hc'woulil on Monday niovc Saskatchewan Experts in a Rft- port Make of Ira- porlant Suggestions LO Jan. Ou J. H. A. Intuiting b.1 Hon. Oporto Laptev -.vero- 3 uring that time. The Price of tq the Oa (ho other side of tie account a atV ilie price re-! I celvfd by th-j Saskatchewan farmer I tf.tr u, d'jrlng ewti ol iho last I j rlv3 ?-s as that f ao are i csnis ,1 "LO t-xi.yane j litio and ineans for battering i iho of SaFkaUl.ewan grata ion the Kuroi'ean icnrktla" TJiey held j some meetings In, vrliiei: 'the of iln- Inquiry i'.tler- j all principal handling and deathly ct-ntjtis jn em Cr.ua da, i'-jctc-rn I" n Lied Crt'al r.rilaln and h'ur- helri public aiding'? at ur.-.iy their return, and un sntli. j H comicctloii 1914, tu iliu f ajkalciuv wUh from Saskatch- wau KovcrmiJONt the fruits cf lheSrj6ft-cn lo a.eilt Hri'nin tt table has 'ketirg and Exporting Whsat C cl iJe- report in dealing; v.lili this matter says in p-irt: I to set forih In complete 1 form ?nJ as as the j labors In Ihu !oim of a which is now iu and of whii the of bern and la predicted here- with celling forth thost- services and thr- caarces that were le-.iet! in for their performance. For sake is a synopsis. Et he mind that wliat Icilows !s not comparison the charges levied for] 1 hut luoruly yyrtiona of bflrje t-ervices lit J'Jvi are also' piindpat Those who arj i given. FiilKiiomly interested In what 13 j spnlt'd Jicre as ir> wish to read the full report are invited to address liie i Jiej.arinieni. of Agriculture, LZS sazEaaaass UHliiu a copy be mailed free of charge, as eoou as available for dis- tribution. Cost of Production Tiifi average cost ot 3-J estimates nf tlie coil of producing a L'JsSiel iu Sas- katchewan in 1912 given tu the Com- mission by farmers Is 00 centa per hiiF.hel. The CCF[ in 19JI as nscer- talue-l by lite provincial Depa; Uncut of Agriculture was around fl vents jicr bushel. Tlie CDEI at th? nremit time :is as- certained by Millar is "cocsideraiilj- over cenis" on the farm, with at least five cents iriore on the average lo market it. .After analyzing alt the available j Commission places the i cost cf producing nheat at about 5a J cents bushel on the fatra. "The t-c-rviecs are thofe I performed in contic-ctlen wiili louu bushels of No. 3 Northern wheat through a t-y.wtty elevator in Saskatchewan, liaultd tu there samjjU-d and graced by the government, sold on convinssEou to j an cijiDrter, hauled to Fort William, j unloaded, weighed, received In cleaned and insured at a terminal ele-1 valor, Inspected into n lake steam-1 or before the-close of. navigation, curried to a Georgian Hay or hafcc j port, unloaded through a trans- fer elevator into a. railway car, haul- cd lo Montreal, unlor-iied from the car Into a (ranafer tit valor, leaded tliyjiLO Into a steamor aud carried to Liverpool or London. Thi.-i procerl'jre and route are etlccu-d because morej Ef.-ifn hRB heeii IiamKcd by (his pro- tban by any other, and niore has exported via this route thau by any other Canadian route. The charges may be grouped endorsing -Mr, MiJIar's estiraulo, and iiaturally under two beads: places the cost of wheat when fn a car at a country point at Gi'cents. Daia is lo show that the "1st Charges raid directly hy grow- er and shipper of grain. "2nd Charges paid directly by nur- cost of production has increased 12.16 of consigned grain, but In- per cent, eiiice 3rj01t, every element OirecOy by grower shipper be- etitering into that build-j cause deducted from the price the mate rial, labor, niac'Mnery grain realized. The Country Elevator Owner 1P03 For receiving, weighing, ftcvatlng, cleaning (when pos- spouting, injuring against fire, storing for Jy- tlaya and loading into car......-........................? 17.50 (For subsequent storage aud insurance. If any, per bushel, cioiilli. N'o The Railway Company For hauling from a shipping- point In Saskatchewan to distance, of from fill lo 10S5 to SH4.00 jior 1000 bushels. On an average say........ For hauling from a Georgian LJay port or Port Colborne 1313 There's just one question to ask after you've heard an Edison Phonogr i "How soon can I gd The wonderful new hornless instruments have talked and sung and played themselves into amazing popularity. The silent, smooth-running motor, the diamond reproducing point that does away with bothersome changing of needles, the beauty of design and the sweet-toned, unbreakable Blue Ambei'ol Records require no argument. Listen and see for yourself. Any up-to- cert on ihc Edison today. Insist upon date phonograph hearing the Edison, dealer will be glad to You can get one vitli- givc you a free con- EDI30N PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS ARE SOLD IN THIS COY BY THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO, PHONE HP Thirteenth vStreet North. KENNY ALLIN, Ltd., Drug-Book Store Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alia. to Montreal .1 bill lo imlPinnily the government: js a 5c rate but it'Ir.cluiles elevator charges at for all its acts unifcr martial law and I either end of haul; for Iheae services ajc la deducted.) proliibit tiie relarn ot the deport-j" The-Dominion Government 42.50 120.00 -12.51) PREMIER BOTHA OPENED PAR- LIAMENT CONFRONTED 3Y BUNCH OF ANGRY LAT3CR MEMBERS ViiW'fi ol South Africa. crime nf kidnapping Lut the in "'JO Kiotnus Ecrr.rs ntnrkeii the Speaker refused to allo'.v tlicni to con- "today of the parliament nt Thc Hused with the din 11 of Hoiilli Africa. It was yp- jiatcjit that General I.ojis Unlha, prr.nticr, and his cabin r-L ministers ucnih! Ijc-jiroiJiptly called upon ttt jus- to the country, the iron-hnr.ilcd incthnrls Uipy adopted in dealing with recent strike, particularly the ilcportation o( ten lahor leaders this tn the pe'nernl, in liis speech, that the drctarallon of martial hy tl'.c govcrnmrnt hail bwn saiil law ln Hayli, Time attcr time ihc b.linr members! The Exporter in vehement language and amitl n possible to dcttriniue expclly, 10.00 great uproar UEprt lo rtet.ate "the; [See chapter on The Terminal Elevator Owner For receiving, elevating, cleaning, spouting, insurance 'against fire and storage for the first 15 Jays............ 7.50 The.Banli Interest nnj exclmnge on money supplied to meet draft of ALt- CALM IN CAPITAL f shipper on Merchant: Inlereel on, say f70i) for one month 3.50 Exchange on, cay Interest on money supplied to exporter lo finance tfce es-' porting of the'wheat on for, aay two months...... 10.00 Thq Lake Steamship Company Kor carrying wheat from Fort Willtam or Port Arth-jr In Georgian Cay ports or Port Coluorne.._................. (October or November charter.) The Trar.tfer Elevator Company For elevation from vessel to cars at Georgian Bay or Lake Il'rlfi port arid U- or 30 clays tree storage of export giain For transfer from railway car to ocean vessel at Montreal and 2fi daya free storage Thc Ocean Steamship Company J'or carrying wheat from Jilontreal to Liverpool, London the Commissioners icake certain oral observations which are in part as follows; General Observations There ts no 'best' wbeai. Tho wheat.ol each country lias certain cbai-acteriatEcs. Anslrallan wheat yields a whiter flour tban any other ami also yields more Cour pfcr bushel Jot vrlieat than any otlicr. Canadian l.UD j yields a. flour whose oulstaud- Irtg1 chanicterlsttc is ttrengtb. The 00 [milter needs both Cheats to obtain Port an Prince, pop-jlation of lli its customary calm today apite of the advance of rrtvolunonary army From the north, and the flight of tho liresident and life ministers. Tho cit- comtnttlee of puhUc safely de- rided today that the hcst solution ol tho quarrc" between it anfl A'iojf. cihiff of the port. rernseri to perative ihity..11 lie made no reference accept dismisF.il from ortico by tho to Ueport.ilifjTi of tJic labor Irader.s. j roiimitllpOj 'was to allow liini to con- (leneral Jan Christian inin- linue iiis position. 5.00 10.85 the color Lapd strenglh ho desires, coupled ivith a" good percentage of flour. IJ there is more wheat charac- terized by eirengtn, tlian wheat cliar- [acterized hy white color then he must {pay more for the wheat that gives him Ms colon If the opposite con- Idlllon obtains he must pay for bis (strength. At is much leas Australian wheat for export tban Canadian anj other strong wheats conseatiently throughout most of the year Australian wheat IB the highes priced wbcat In tho world's markets 2.50 or Maihieif s Syrup ol lar and Cod Liver Oil rot only stojvj a cough but cures it- Its tonic and restorative properties enable (he sysicni to permanently throw oft" a cold. for large bottle. Sold everywhere. T.. VATH'H CO-. 1 On tlie basis of November 1012 freight rales. May, .Time, July and .Annual r.ilca tvero higher in 1913. Marine Insurance Ineurar.cc while on Great Lnkea; nvertigo figure for rlMt and second class boats for Sejit.-Xov. shtpnienls of lake ports. .70 per cp'nt JSCO.OO.................... Insnrniice on AtlnntEo (first half ot November rate from Montreal, .4i? per cent on Sundry Charges Insurance agRtnsl tire while in Eastern transfer eietatcrs. transfer of money from to Canada, fees con- nected with sundry dotiimeuls, ccrtiilcalea, etc., Total "These clmrgcs It will be remem- hereil arc llioso levied on wheat ex- ported by one cf Ihc direct ami most used routes and the least delay. Moro wheat is ahlpred throupTi wllli- out lining held fur any length of time at any point fn Irnnsll, than is hold In store for extended periods fitr ro'.itc. This condition ih clnrgoa bnlng ashed ami EO- cnrcd fcr Inke' and. ocean carriage Jn .tho fiill, nnd In A lowering of the lh.it Irnjxirlers are will Ing to mit of a larger percentage of our wheat being hold in piibllc storage Australia" only produces from 75 to 100 million .buabels of.wheat and other wheat Us charncterla tics.. Canada produces over 9.03 i OCO bushels and Dululti wheat shares lit A characteristics as also does Uus Jslan and Argentine'to some extent iThla explains tho dfsparity In prlc- I between AxiBtraliari and Canadian wheats better thnn nny claim tha one Is 'better' than the other "2. Canadian vrlieal is i bought, und'sold on Dominion UOA eminent CcrtlMcnte of Inspection an I not" upon sample, t'robably, ?0 pc cent, of the wheat of our 'contrac grades 1, 2 and 3 Northern) I imported on this, basis, while wliea of our eoinmerclftl grades is mor often dealt in on sample. The aide spread in jampta between the lowe 10.00 and "the lack of dcHn tlons of (hesft graces are barriers I elevators over Ihc winter for gale in trading in them on cerliHcate, eapec Europe In tho spring." Inlly while first of a new Sections 7 to H inclusive discuss jcr0p to hand. After tli theen their reason able tics 3 or otherwise, and what, if anything. he done rpdiice them, under s-ueh as "The Country Ele-1 f 'Tho Inns hmil lo Iho KcaC conllnulny. th" df the "The CommUalon >Tt-r- rhantf1' "Tho Terminal "Lflke Freight "KaEtcrn characteristics of commereia grarlen of a new croji become htiow they are ftealt in on cerllJlcale mor I pay for our whoat during Transfer "Ocean the Inst inonllis of the ytnr, the hightT thAt I roiiiil he obtained from Importers for 'i lalur flcllveries wo-iid more than off- set tlio nnil jntercat nnd In- eurnnco charges that must arcLinm- i month ngiilnal -arain 'r.nir it Uni IHH-II delivered at a public is n Hint i.-.1nnot in the nature nf tilings be determin- ed, too. (d Ihr finpsllon nf uheth- C'jnl'l le obt.ilriud tu per- Hales" and "The Eitporl Trade in No Attempt can bt made In a pre a (o even sum- marize them. The reader must A wall length on sum pie markets and th conclusion la a lengthy list of an; Exclusive irrain raising In Sa katchewan na geneially practised oven oiir beat'farmers }R not rcmu at .the present the cnmHcfe report for InfonnMton J 1lic fflrmpr as lo Ihelr conlonts. marketing at lutcrl General Observations tn thfr Urtitcd I shipping ]iolnta can lio reduced in I Kingdom following; ways: trailo at-thy jiriucipal ports of (ircnt HriJftfn ('IP jifimitl hy nilliii gialii in tfic trade at r-at-li oftliimralnj effect I vu iuslnivtlon nf. lo hedt mctliods of cultivation, tlie bcsl fif prafn, an-1 ns to thy priii- cipSes that si in ild govern his ceo n- lio relations with Nature on the one nd and his fellows OQ the other. By raising the standard of eflicieu- aHerlng attitude towards rviee, ol very much of the labor ion which the farmer and farmer's ;te must depend. Hy extending the practice of miied rming not only through instruction ul through continual practical as- stance. By erftdnally reorgauiziug agricul- .rnl credit facilities until lliuir lurce of supply ar.d control nliko mil he largely within the province, nd uecessary credit can Le supplieii cost instead of at a large profit. By the reduclioii.or abolition of the arlff on the articles anil comraodl- ca which the farmer must purchase or the equipment of his form ant ie carrytng on of his business, :By the reduction ol freight rales n merchandise brought Into or di: ributcd in West era Canada. By the cuttallment' and gradual UminatJon of the credit system o merchandizing. By the continued ountry roacla to ahipj.iug pointa. By hie extension of railways into Istricts not yet sde'fiuately served extending Ihr; operations of co- >peratlve grain marketing companies icybnd the commission business to he oper.illpn of terminals (if not pur haEed'nnd'operated by life Dominloi lovcrnment) ar.d the conductir.fi ,n export increasing the quantity of ,oM by farmers on track or consign 3d by them for sale on commission, Hy creating. IE comjit-tenl engineer: idorsc the project as feasible, a navigable system of canals and canu! :ed waterways from the heart of th grain growing "areas lo the head o .ho lakes, By fixing the charge for Gclllitg grain on commission at Winnipeg to one per rent, of the gross" proceeds of ;he carload Instead of ono cent per bushel as at present, which latter charge Iho experience of the fanners' 'ompanlcs hag shown lo be imneces- larily high. By the banks reducing the rate of Interest charged ou grain loans and tlie rates of charged on transfers ot credit'and cash from one of the country to the other. Hy lowering terminal charges'-end changing terminal exper- ience having shown lhal present char-! pt-3 are too high and present ppc- tlFes too goiicroiis to the terminal OP- i erators. i Oy setting maximum charged for i the- carriage of grain on tbe grc-il TaVts; such cnargua preferably lo be by an inlernatioiial find to the domeslle of and lo international buslr.ess, liy extending ll'ti number of avail- ble markets to include the nearer ne, which may ho done. JJy removing the duty on two con> luodllies that Canada cat import, uheat and flour. By accepting the United ificr (which still stands) of free ac- ess for our oats, barley, and flax.- Ky our farmers realizing the im- lortaricc of storing as much as poa- Lble of our eiportalle surplus ou the arms, withholding a por- of his crop from, market as, ho leeomca financially able to hold and provide for It. Farm storage is the cheapest form of grain storage for the farmer, and is Ino mosl satisfactory grain stor- ed on the farms Is generally a bullish factor in the mnrfceta irhllo grain, scored in public elevators, whether such grain Is still owned by the pro- ducer or has been sold, Is a bear fac- tor. .All suet grain has 1U effect on the world's prices as toon as It has its place In world statistics of visible wheat. on the farm Is "Invis- its essence is uncertain, and uncertainty is a bullish factor. By continuing to improve tbo effic- iency cf our grading system which now cDiiiTTunda Oio confidence of tho world, is without a, peer, and Is the means of enabling Canadian wheat lu be Imported on a smaller margin of profit than the wheat of any other country. building tip our trade Britain, particularly In such commodi- ties as wlH from their hulk or weight make acceptable westbound ocean freight and thus, in recognition of the fact that Canada's exports go principally to Kurope, attract to tha SI. Lawrence -route ft larger number NO IF SHE KNEW THE Of MiLKSTOCK CAfUOIAN KOX PRODUCTS CO. LTO, ;