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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETIIBKID45K J PAILY HERALD Sal unlay, ;Tul.v SIR.fipMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. U..D., D.C.L., PflESIUENT i'V 'ALEXANDEF? LAIRD, GENERAL REST, OF PROTECTION f COLLECTION BUSINESS Manufacture in .Congress Lifts the Lid Cheap With its number of agents and c-ofrcspoiKlents, The Hank "f Commerce .eoHcdiuns throlij'hou the worlil i-romptly ami at reasonable rates. Kales wil! bu quoted ..on application. FOREIGN BUSINESS i230 Cheques and drafts on all countries of the' world, drawn in sterling, francs marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency, can be atThe Canadian liank of Coniinorcc lit reasonable rates. Lethbridge" Branch CvG, K. Nourse. Mgr, OF CANADA ClfKsl, test Mi UrftMtt fralils Tolil Over lor Your Trip no matter what part 'of'.the you can .He conveniently whenever and wherever' you want them, if you tarry a Travelling Loiter of Credit from .this Bank. Absolutely safe, as no one eisc can realize on it, and au introduction to the best Banks and" Barters everywhere. Our Local Manager will be glad to tellyou all .about them. Main Ofiice cor. Round" SU-G.. R. TINNINS, Maniger.. Stirling H. Roach. Actins Mtniqer. Grsssy Luckhardt. Manager. i School of Mining IKO KINGSTON, ONT. tflicol and furili UrittUn wSj .1 mnrf NIMPraU Labor is Dearest Sales Abroad in Face of Supposed Low Wages Yiihiii-toir Julv S Consressimm >iij. ho added nukes t I "ft vr lA..nn.nt or lirouHlyu delivered a ru- jtlmt markiible in l o liaswl im personal experience and observation H I lie marki'l place of'the world. He showed .tho House that he had an Intimate firm lianil knowledge of the he talked about. Thai alone would have made il an umismil speech. .Most talks on (tie larlff in Congress arc made by hy'. lie said w only pay one fifth Hie' to out men that you pay to.yo.urs. 'So they cot out" tlie cost books, and found that the Ma ,t thin the I'.tbot-'eost for 'los-oroptieui in ille siune bjuctliLMtious i1- tliiee i id one- i half tunes giejter 'lu lain shops than in the Vmonotn shops Aild Is a itit, and aot an abnotuial "Bat a feu tnoie dilatations HUt not Ital yot. hlil'e.all'fady lo iiave our duly redueed, bill if you will on- li-r Into (i t'Oinrnct wlih mo hero and now that within u year after the duly is increased you will add any porcont- your pay roll, tliiMi I will recall my petition and olsn yours nnd pub- lish the fuels.' llu could iiot expect me to do that.' 1 know him Mild 'Now, Air. So-anil-So yoti.aro'paylilK ten per cent .are you Ho salil ho was. I then wltod him If his ilcBlre was not lo liny, a little better than.ten fit ceni. Ho siild, 'Well. .Mr. lied field, you Know hov these tilings There is no fixed difference in CUBI aifd' domestic pru ducei'8. There-Is not umMliere nevei enn be. such a Ihing as fixity of cost; To attain .fixity of eost In a factory is industrial tuberculosis, awl means death The difference between three doiu cstle concerns in labor cost may be as Igieat 01 feleatu th til the (lif !fmelite foieign and domesfk thiioi-isis who derive their lion Irom r.ovenimeilt statistics of one son or nnolher. Mr ileuticlil maintained that cheap labor is dear labor, and that goods j shoe' be lulciestiug also Ah agent in the citi of Calcutta said lo'nie, Do jon see those shoes9 1 siid 'He said T paid J3.S5 for .those 1 said 'tint is in American Yes' ho S.IUI I bought could be manufactured "as cheaply injUeic it ib a legulai unarium 5500 the I'nited Stales .as eouW in shoo I "said, 'Are suie' Kurope or In the QricnX'where wages Sa'ltl 1 to Nel are much Imver. ..Moreover he mitia- j and went into thelstore on Broadway Ulncd that it was. impossible for any I where, they are sokl ami asked what tariff board or Congressional com- the ptltc ndk thete intl I told liiluee 10 ascertain the actual Ameri- can cost of production or foreign cost of production, and, therefore impos- sible fr the Republicans to base UU; iff legislation on ,'tlio'difference be- tween the cost of production at home ;ind abroad. Republican Protective. Theory The Brooklyn member began in this way the year 1808 there.-appeared sicied wordb familial to this ftaeen's Kingston, Ont ARTS, EDUCAVIJN. THEOLOGY, MEDICINE, SCIENCE Including ENGINEERING. The en b Inn, to SESSION July 3rd to A-.-o.iJ5l Calemtaj Res- 'sttar V. Ont. SHIPPING WOOL FROM STIRLING (Special td The Herald.) July gang of [certain House it was their regular'95.00 shoe. a tariff bill was pending ome years ago, a representative of a cruicible steel works' In 1'ittsb.urg came into my office nnd'said 'I have a pe tition I would like-to ..have you sign.' I said 'What is lie replied 'It is a petition to have the duty upon our product adninced.' I asked him why. This .man went 1 desire, to 'lead as, Amei ram rate of ages and the text of my remarks. These words join worttn? people live on basis far better than the pauper al itariff legislation the, true lobar of I said, 'That are In principle of protection "is '.best main- tained by the imposition'of such duties as will equal the "difference, between the'cosi oC.. production at home and ibroad together with a reasonable profit to Boint the tariff stitement from tho Republican platform of. it is a great pin that woidti wore printed only In the English language It's a great'pity they were pot trails- r 1 n I t y Col lege Sc k f> n 1 C II U 1 Residential School for Boys Healthy situ- ation. Fireproof Extensive plaj laige njmnasnim ami skating links Part Hope, Ont etc Boys prepared fur the Universities, Rovai Military College and business Special aUention gnen to LOM: teim begins Sept 13 Sew mi'st report Sent. 12 For calendar and ail information ap- pl> to the Head Mattel Rev OSWALD RIGBY MA (Cam LL D, Fort Hope, Ont eight or ten men. are today shipping into they might; j from Xew Sin hug H nib the r-ibs of the 720 ed on the ranch oE RC Hanev locomotnes on the Fapanese j south oC Stilling and is the product of about fiQOO sheep. There are three or-four car loads piled at the sulmg and the lot was bought A P Fletchei lor Jl wool merchant, of Toronto. Fletcher has been buying and ship- ping U Maple Cieek Taber Bain weir and-Crane Tjikc. Mr. Harvey made complaint tbat no satisfactory nnikei quotations puutetl au the papers of this tountn lie there-had not been a report this year. very interesting proposed increase much of. tlie propose to idd to your pay He said .they ,iad not yet given'' that ..con- sideration. Would Not ftaitt Wages "I asked woiild..add-any portion this duty to the pay loll a.nd he replied tbat thg lisd concerns In the same line. at- tempt to adjust a tariff to cover such a difference is, therefore, ab- surd. )f it provides for -the tlHierence in-the cost of foruijin goods and of American goods made. In an American factory where those soocis are expen- sively made, it would provide an cu- oimous bonus foi in Vuieiicin facttirer who made his goods cncono- micaily. If it provides for Hie diff- erence between foreign cost and Am- erican cost' for goods made in Ihe most efficient American mill, il will not'protect at all the American mak- whose cost is high. Vou may liavo injusUce done one American niaiuifacturer-oi1 an enormous profit paid to another, and you cannot avoid It... H is in the nature of things. No law can get at it. And if your pro-, posed duty provides for the average Foreign impossible thing to does not provide, therefore for the skilful and economical excep- tions among foreign manufacturer? Tariff Permits High Prices "But why do not. the .American manufacturers sell ;is cheaply as for they privately E.U, because the .law p'ennils high prices, and they of course, sell in'the Highest available you ever rhink of what the ihldden reserve factory is or .may ;be? You never see it .in the books or never know. statements. .A state- ment may be made to-your Ways and Means Committee that perfect clear and yet not show the facts. I know of a concern that was profiting argeh U was not desiiable, foi the profits should appear. So they "discovcreili Farm Lands Till] J.O. KAXCU, S. COWLJ3Y 2300 acres of finest wheat and hay lands of Plncher Creek DtfArlct; 1200 in wheat and crop icrei ready for fall towing; balance splendid pasture and New modern house, coiling All buildings in perfect repair 20 head of hones, SO head cattle, poultry, etc. -New Cue'engine, plows miscellaneous machinery, etc. Convenient shipping p'olnti at Cowley, Lu'ndbreck and Burmk. towns.' This fine property will be sold'at an acre on terms to suit purchaser. No better, or more beautifully altuated .Improved farm In the West and Other blocks of raw and improved lanii from 160 acres up. Foi further information apply to v f Hogan Dansey PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA. that then estate x'lfa valuable us it, hail they marked off the valua- tion -of it. the end of anottictr year or'two, during which they liad done well, they found that their real estate had depreciated further, and Ithey marked another off the lvalue of it. There was a hidden re- serve of which no statement jetiowed. And yet tliat statement ,would he filed as an accurate state- ment of fact- There are many cases of: I do not say of that ex- act -detail. Depending on Government Aid "Protection causes a nvivnntaeturer almost inevitably to depend on the government for "help instead of care fully and minutely studying the de tails .of. his own b.usiness. The manu- critic. and should 'n never be satisfied fictuiei sh mid be Ins own seveiest with tho rcBiilts. In every modern mop 'six months ago' should be an- cient liiatory. Vrotoction, however, jhas- enabled the American manufact- urers to prosper at -prices EO high that they have not thought it neces sary to study their own business closely, because they depend upon Government backing. "Two men went out of a meeting of one of the committees of this House a "tariff bill 'was "pendlqx some-years went-out yon- der, and one put hit hand on the he said, 'if we cannot make money we never can Such stories as these thai 1 have tuld you gentlemen are the commonplace of offices JAPAN' TO BORROW Estimated That Amount Will Be Ne- ceitary to Municipalize the Street Railways-in Toklo is estimated now that the, nninicipalizatiou of the Tokio tramways will cost auoAt and the placing of a foreign loaii for that amount will be necessary. The volte-nice of Marquis Kabura, the minister finance, in" encouraging iho to undertake tliii work-is interpreted to mean that he desires to rehabilitate the specie re- serves abroad without asking the im- perial government to resort to an'.Is- sue of 5 per cent, bonds. The 77th nVentworth) Regiment will be allied with the 77th Foot Regi- ment, now the 4th Battalion of the Duke of Cambridge's Own Regiment, Middlesex, England, AUTOMATIC SYSTEM AT CALGARY Calgsn telephone sjs ALFALFA COOLS FARIVIS Kama's'" Agriculturists Lower Tem perature 10 to 20 Per Cent by Planting It Throughout central Kansas most of the tnrmeia ate pliniing patt lies of alfalfa' on .the side of then honifis. They- have found out that a field of alfalfa fools thp lem penture fioni 10 to degiees on a hoi AlfdlU is filled mois tu're awl cools the hot south winds pissing it and of the Km sas'wind comes from that direction. Poi the opposite reason the faimrrs do not now plant, their wheat on the tern ot CaJfiin, Mil he cut into the, EUtomiuc astern at mldnishi on Sar i south side of Mien homes ttlnd uidaj Juh after dare thp pausing ivheat stubbie after har ent'rc gtj will he soiled on the na time will taisp the tempera tonntjc sxslein The directoiies tnre from 1C to degrees of the cltv of are being dfs tnbiued nril Manaper Fioat wishes T Riantfoid rmmcH hts u fiat tlie new' tnc CawMfi Pouer Lo tOiKiijmh pi w boots not lo he used until iftei I ei Tt the the lUtlio tho automatic system is in operation) is oens fuimshed inn on Julj S a-wl London shoes of a fellow named Wicks, had put in a terrible fix: But ihe dirt gave 'way fine To a quick POLO Thus his shoes did Wicks fix in six licks. SHOE POLISH A-'SITNTTTE-rOLO SHTNR will keep yom slioc-s hltukioi .iwi'ck it tlicydo dull u tntlc, ronjilc oh nibs will iimkt; them fis buirlit .ib cvoi Ask youi groocr or sluxjinnii foi polisli in the BTG box black 01 tan Tho tnn nolh drama n'ml [Kilislies je1 for i th- tor "the benefit of the ..lapaneee en- gine drivers. It is a great pity tlrey were not translated into Chinese that in Aluchum who .ire American cottons might. know self-sacrificing '-the were in selling iuem to It is a great pity they were not translated Into that" tho machinery my o MI has sent 10 the Dutch Eist Indies might tell to the Malays there how beneficient a factor we have, been to them. It Is'a'gfeat pity they, were not translated- Hindu, that the" stokers- of the. Calcutta electric light woiks might knott bow gene rous was the sold them their, forced-draft plant. Sell Lower Prices Abroad It is a gient weie not published in Melbourne.that my ec- quaintancL theie bought hilf t million dollars', worth- of. -American hardware between New -York and _San j Fransicso for sale-in -AitstraVm mightj know how kind those-American roanu-' faetureis to them It IE a Rieatj thev aie not printed in Dutch j or German that my- former cnsto- meis in Antweip and in Beilm and j Dnsseldorf, might know my genei 'How does it happen that in-a taiion made foi machinerj to a mine in -Japan the American price was less than-the English price? How happen .that theso Amerionn locomotives arp running upon the Japanese railways upon, those of upon those of i doefe it happen i tbat American engines are sold in Kong Kong? How does it happen that I-sent one day before to Rangoon? These are .sold in open the makers In Great! Britain. I happen to know wliat those j locomotn es cost relalu e to l hose made b> German ind nmnu tureb and I happen also to knou this which is one of stones which will illustrate this. particular contention, namely, that Janu- ary f was in the ctiy: of Tokio and a friend who was with me took a large contract by the from the Jap- aiiene Imperial State RailwayB in open with Herman and England, for several million (lollaia worth of locomotives. Labor cott Higher In Japin That sseiitlemjin went, to the head of the locomotive nhopn of Im- railways and the .lajmnesp uiHKler niechanlc said (.o him: can make locomoltcaa much cheaper than you can in America. We have American arid we duce them for limn- you can.' can in quired my. friend. 'If so let UB'get at tho facts. 'If-you will fell me from your coil your coat, I will tell you what cott. And, by the GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC Auction Sale of Lots in the Townsite of MIRROR THE DIVISIONAL POINT ON THE CALGARY EDMONTON LINE TUESDAY, JULY llth, 1911 SPECIAL TRAINS composed of Sleeping and Dining" Cars LEAVE WIN- NIPEG 8 a. m., MONDAY. JULY 10th, 1911, and LEAVE EDMONTON TUESDAY, JULY 1 1 th at 9 a.m., making close connections with all branch lines ONE FARE ROUND TRIP, GOOP TQ RETURN TILL JULY 13th Write or Wire for Berth Reservations and all Particulars Easy terms: one-tenth down, ten per cent on August 1, 1911, and balance in four equal payments, 3, 6, 9 and 1 2 months. No Interest and No Taxes till 1912 "M Your Chance to See the Western Country and Look Over the Townsite at Small Cost Transcontinental Townsite Co., Ltd. -OR- Land Commissioner G. T. P. Railway Union Station ;